The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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_. PITMAN &. SON. upright and fair standard they adopted .

'. and have religiously adhered to in Responsibility. ; .

The above firm is known far and all their transactions in a measure accounts ,
wide as "the furniture men" and are for their phenomenal success

the leading exclusive furniture dealersof yet the fact remains that if Ocala MUNROE & CHAMBLISS, -

PHOTOGRAP1C GOODS Ocala and Marion county. were not accounted by their customrs -
1 -__-_ -- ,- The members of the firm are J. A.and central and easy of access their ;

E. P. Pitman, respectively father astonishing trade could not have been Ocala Fla. Jan. 27 1906.
attained. -
..' to,,.'' and son.
-:'j:1? The senior member of the firm was The members of the firm are L. E. I -

;:f., '!-- born in the old North State, which has Lang a capitalist who acquired a for- .

,. -': .. AT THE4f0T sent eo many of her hardy sons to tune in the turpentine business and is this nature which caused. his being -

develop Florida Feb. 17 1839, and ishence now an esteemed resident of -this city; chosen sheriff of Marion county last l'

in his 67th year although looking W. ;W. Stripling. one of the oldest gro- rJN
; OFFICE DRUG STORE year in a hotly contested field of four
far removed from the allotted cery salesmen in the South, who represents candidates.Mr. } QS .

three-score and ten. the firm among the trade, and Gordon is quiet and; pleasing in

':Mr. Pitman was a gallant Confederate : A. T. Swartz, the organizer of the firm, address, discharges his duties without.

all upon whom the practical managementof
;: soldier serving practically ostentation or display and in physical
through the war 'with the renowned the firm's business devolves and mental ;
"' :,,' 1> and; equipment' is,
General' Forrest the greatest cavalry mainly to whose energy and enterprise -
--.,' as heretofore stated, the beau Meal of WeHaveNowinStockthe
leader of the South, and by many authorities is to be accredited its achievements.B. a peace officer. '

said to have been the finest Most Line of f '
Other "Nutshell Complete
: H. EYMOUR.With ( Biographies"whkh -
: Prescriptioqs Carefully\ Filled fighting cavalry officer the world has should have appeared today are delayed -

B ever seen. -- _.. its stragetically enperior situation in printing, by reason of lack of I RlNGSthatCanBeFound -

.;,..- ; .. At the close of the war Mr. Pitman I| space, until our next issue.)
';.' --- Bells West and unrivalled shipping facilities -
;!: ----- became a merchant at Anywhere.

,;; ':HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Meeting of City Council. Tenn:' remained in business for eight Ocala is bound to become an Important COL. V. J. SHIPMAN. '

;* ; years and followed farming there for 'I. manufacturing center. CallandSeeThem. -

,/..>; _, The regular bi-monthly meeting of seven, when he migrated to Florida "All the world loves a lover" and all .
Clustered around its
: the city council held in northern the chivalrous South loves gallant
** was the city and took up his residence at Ocala a
Mr. C. S. Upham was up from Lake neighborhood where the Seaboardand
hall Tuesday lli ht. 22 ago. fighter whether or not he wore the
.Wfr'Tuesday. I years A. C. L tracks intersect familiarly -
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; \ Those present were: AldermenCat3 Here he followed orange growing loved gray or the bonny blue.
!, Ford, Weathers Carmichael with good success until the big freeze known as the "crossing, are many C:>l. V.-J. Shipman, the popular boni-
Stores are still:very. much In demand industrial Here indubitably
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/' :' "- Robertson, Chase, Owen and Fa;/>. which wiped out so many flourishing face of' the Montezuma hotel, is thebeau
to Ocala. will be Ocala's great
After several ballots the following wage- rn- ideal of those who heroically
groves. ing'center when the attains its
officers were elected: Ten ago he established his played a prominent part in :this regard -
1ff.fi. rt Gerig Is In Palatka. the4uet destined .
metropolitan proportions.The
Clerk-Henry Sistrunk., present business as J. A. Pitman & and while he fought against the
of her brother Mr. Herbert of this
subject sketch
: Assessor and CoJector-J. M. Graha1. Son., and has met with uniform and I South, has been lured to this sunny
_cro,L: heavy sufferer in years Rast.- rom the
-!> ever increasing success. His son and clime in the sere of life to imbibe
holocaust or fire is most in .
:.;: :Miss ,Mary Whatley of Greenwood PoUcen-oUJ-TI. Dean. associate E. P. Pitman, is in his 26th I health from its hygienic ozone.

':. S. -C, is a guest of Miss Elsa Schneifs street Superintendent-Jones. year, active, vigorous and enterprising possessing the only land, comprising Colonel Shipman first saw the lightin Fred 0. B. Weihe
600 700 available for ,I .:
'," or acres manu- ,
der, daughter of Major C. F. Schneider. i, Election of second I'I ward roli pma.n a great believer in printers' ink western New York April 11, 1839, -
facturing sites in this section.Mr.
'-fs I deferred until next regular meeting.A and the best ad writer in Ocala. was educated In the common and high The) Jeweler

: ; :)}{r. ,Arthur- Hardaker, of .Martel, number of unsuccessful bal'ots The firm's commodious furniture Seymour's property adjoins the schools of the Empire state, raised on .

I Spe gunday" in Ocala. He was reglet were cast. emporium is at the corner of Magnoliaand corporate limits, Is high, dry and sanitary a farm and remained a tiller of the L .J

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.5i : -- until ping the city water mains and utilizing school teacher. He later entered the
. next regular meeting. the lower and a large portion of
:Y Mr, Thomas Sexton Is on his way Mr. Ford,aio. to'a question of per- the upper story of the building. .city sewage, when established, and mercantile field as a' clerk at $35 a "The, wonderful, reparations he has :

io Mexico prospecting for gold, silver, sonal privilege and stated that he had Besides E. P., Mr. Pitmah Sr., is also I withal enjoys immunity from corporate month and shortly thereafter was receiving made, and the errors ie. has rectified' -

!, copper and other precious metals. his resignation as a member of the the father of two other sons, who have taxation, being just outside the city a salary: of $1,500 ,a year. In regard to this' most important and

,- council written out but at the solicitation achieved eminence in their respective boundaries. A spur track of the A. C. At the outbreak of the great internecine delicately -constituted, member of the

Mr. S. H. Gaitskill- the "cow king" L. now traverses the property and the anatomy is attested by the leading IL ILbusiness
l''" of friends had vithdrawn it. professions Dr. J. H. Pitman, of Jacksonville strife he enlisted as a private,in
fif M Intosb has been in Ocala for Seaboard stands ready to install a and 'professional men of the
Thi cause of his proposed: resignation and Sam P Pitman, who is a the First( New York State: Sharp

.everaj days;'the guest of Mr. and Mrs. was on account x>f his frequent professor in a Bible school at Nashville similar accommodation when develop- Shooters, and whilst lack of space precludes cIty. :.

; Z. C. Chambliss. I absence from the city. Tenn. ment demands.As a detailed statement of his Dr. Boney comes of an old southern-

Every! inembor tossed a bouquet towards -, a desirable place for people of many deeds of gallantry, it will suffice family, his father having been, in antebellum -

Mr. Prank McDonald's "Nutshell" meagre means to build homes this i days, one of the largest planters -
Mr. Ford with evident sincer THE BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO. to say that be was mustered out a
1% Wcfcraphy .Is the .most popular thing property has no peer. Lots 105x105 : Colonel, his promotion having been and slave owners of. Ceddo 'Par- ..

:. that has' been printed In the Ocala ity.Mr. can be purchased for $25 and upwards riah Louisiana .
.r .. Brown, representing the Westinghouse There are.not. many persons in Ocala won for gallantry in action and strategic -!
'>- Banner' : In some years. Electric Company, .was present within the city's con- on easy terms, and if persons desire to resource.At He is a graduate of the most distinguished -
-- -- who realize that build Mr. Seymour will furnish the schools of the
demandmg'payment: ; for machinery the ,close of the war he began
r Mirs. S. and. little
" :.0. D. Woodrow according to the terms of the contract. fines is one of the strongest and most lumber from his mill, practically at business in Iowa doing a volume of which,he practices! and is the quintessence :
daughter, Annie Blair, will spend eev- realty companies In thestate
It was shown that the "machinery important eastOn J20.000 'bis first year and 3240,000 his of a southern gentleman as regards
tZtt al weeks Woodraar-on-Lake Weir., and regards the lands of information
was four months deayE'and whn as this property, moreover is a last season-77-when: he sold out his the n 'he imparts and
P .:'!: thf4 summer., which it makes a specialty-principally splendid deposit of the "superior build- the: treatment he advises pertaining to
ItLS-' _ finally arriving and after being Installed business and came to Florida to recoup
was not as represented.The turpentine timber-is in the very Ing sand brick clay which is rapidly his waning health. the .subject on w.hich foe is an authority -
Mr. Elmore Davidson, who for some
van of all Southern real estate dealers. taking the place of brick clay in the -the *
defects were promised to be He founded the town Lawtey, :
{ :{tilI8't has been with the Carmichael Its incorporation in Feb., 1905 ..
Since construction of new and modern build- --
remedied and on motion of Alderman: near Starke, raised and shipped the
\ Son. Co. bus moved to Leesburg
:; Ford fifty per cent. of the amount was the Blount Real Estate Company has ings in the South. It is said to sur- first strawberries-ever sent fr m Flor- Death of Mr.. Robert Fr.ost
where he will Into business for
go into 'the state over $3,000,000,
brought pass the old style brick in beautiy, durability -
paid. ida and at the advent of the big freeze
>1"y himself.: He fqrmerly resided in the most of which is Invested in labor employing and desirable concomitant Mr. Robert Frost who was brought '
r ;-s., ::..eooM Alderman Ford then submitted a report ,every was the owner of nine bearing orange
:- -'\. !. ward.. of the finance committee, which enterprises. groves. here quite sick from Tampa some I: I
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:'5'rt In Marion county alone It has caused weeks ago..so' jfts.to be.w1th.hYs family, .
:'iI. B. H. Seymour was born in Jack ,
will be printed in our next He came to.Oca.1a. in. 1893.and save
\j!- .Mr.Area MeIver. Was In from Blitch- the investment of half a million dollars son county Ga., Dec. llth, 1859. School for few months 'has been continued to grow worse, and breathed

1: :, .ton. Tuesday and his friends will be The .Beavers' Picnic. in fourteen mills and turpentine Industries facilities were practically nonexistentIn a Montezumc. hotel, since proprietorof that his'last 'yuesdayC ixin.about. 11 -

Aj. rejoiced to know that he. is not only i the business of which is all his youth and his education was the o'clock, at his *esidenceonVExpositionstreet : .
The Beavers's, picnic, under the romantic thn& H .'has 'secured a ten-year leaseon '
Is '
toding own but dally getting transacted through Ocala's local banks mainly received by readings from the -5 5K ,
shades of'Oak Hurst this favorite hostelry'and has recently .
very much better. of EJiigland
and the wages of the. employees light of hickory pine nuts when the He was born. In ; 'about sixty
1- was in every way successful No more expended $3,000 renovatingand
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which is mostly spent here. day's plantation work was done. years ago, ,and coming' the United
; t Mr. W P. Williamson, the pioneer ] lovely spot could have been selected repairing it. :
Es- .
The officers of the Blount Real Throughout life he has followed the States, settled in Chicago. He came to
.t settler of Lake Kerr was In Ocala and the children to the number of W. Colonel Shipman, .in 1888, was the .
tate Company are: President Florida Florida seventeen years ago and located -
saw-milling business. Came to
:'1'1.1esday. He reports everything In his more than one hundred, enjoyed the Stuckey last republican gunernatorlal candidate '
President A. P. in Ocala and tiid business hereasanercbant.
: ec of the woods in a flourishing.rcondition. toy to the fullest. Blount; and Treasurer, E. K. Nelson. twenty years ago; for seven years ran and received more votes than any ..
Secretary saw-mill at Reddick and for thirteen
. ; The grounds had been prettily prepared a : aspirant for the governorship who
't named is one of the largest About three years ago he bought a
; : The first past has been a respected resident -
? years that ticket or in fact any
''l-''' swings, rustic seats and other ever ran on ,
and most successful naval stores operators Mercantile business in Tampa, but all
of Ocala.
'\. j Mrs.Handley who has a violin ciasst things, added to the enjoyment and republican candidate who ever.ran for
in the state and extensively the ;while his family continued,. to reside
. ::.: .of ..nine gave a recital at the residence all sorts of games were played. Mr. Mr. Seymour has been twice burned state office in Florida. ."
Interested 4n other ventures. out at great loss, but has ever met adversity in tills. city*
and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer abundance of lemon- -
jy'ofjMr. There was an
sandwiches Stuckey is head of the large turpen- with a smiling face, and :fa still A.' BROWN & BRO. Mr.. Frost leaves a wife and four '1,
, It
: ] 'fuesd.1y.atternoon. wa very great- ade, lee cream candy. Co. and
W. Early
firm of the Stuckey-Miller children; Mrs. J.
of the city's most substantial citi- .
,; 'w enjoyed by all who were present. pickles, salads, chicken and other good Gainesville and one of Palatka '
Bertie Crook ;
the Mrs.
'.' Vice President of It belonged to pioneers from the Palmetto Bird; .
the thirst and satisfythe
-;,_; .;Hon; W K. Zewadskl has selected things quench Gulf railroad, which now runs from zens.He is the inventor of the Seymour state'to point out to Floridians Miss Llllie Frost ot Ocala; and Mr.

I domicile appetite. Gainesville t. Fairfield, but which will eliminates muchof pertaining to central location Bert Frost, of Tampa and a large circle .
: J8PrIgfled. HI. as his future These picnics for the "little folks"is Crosstie Hewer which that Ocala as
He eventually terminate at Tampa, traversing labor in crossties and natural adventages, was of friends Vnd acquaintances to
,::4 Qd will move there before long. a feature 'WIth the Beavers, whichis the preparing and lossA
,continue the practice of his pro- growing in favor and may be looked and opening up en route one saves all the scores and chops of the pre-destined :to become a great whole- mourn his .
the richest vegetable, timber and phos- Mr. Frost was Ik quiet unpretentiousand
I ; forward to annually in Ocala.- timber, which had hitherto gone to saling center.
Ii"' the older ones attending the phate belts of Florida.E. waste. Associated with him in intro: The ,Messrs. Brown-Jacob and most excellent citizen, and his

: .Mr. H. H. Whitworth, who is mak- picnic Among were Mrs. Pittman, Mrs.. Wal- K. Nelson is a recognized timber ducing and developing this patent, is Abraham familiarly and affectionately death is a loss both to Tampa and

!jag a reputation for himself and Marion Us Mrs. Chambers, Mrs. Gottlieb, Mrs. and phosphate expert of twenty-five one of Ocala's most far-seeing capitalists. known to myriads of Floridafriends Ocala
|| county as a grower of the finest years' Floridian experience.The Abe and He was a member of the Episcopal
Mrs. B. W. McDonald :Mrs. This machine will shortly be put and cutsomers as ,
tDuroc hogs is visiting his old home atMashYiI1e and number of company operates principally In into practical operation at Mr. Sey Jake-enjoy the distinction of being cnurch.; IDs'rema1ns will ,be buried
E. Perry,
,:.:r..\: Tenn. others.Sydney Florida! but also deals in Georgia lands mour's yard near the Seaboard depot. the first wholesalers of Ocala and Marion from his residence at 430 o'clock this

! through dts representatives Bruns- Mr. Seymour has a handsome home county.. afternoon.
f 'Mr S. B. Russ, who became famous C. Downing
firm of
the banking
from South
I. the "crossing"and thither
We were visited with a terriffic rain on his property near They migrated
:-aa toe "Short Talks editor of the
. and thunderstorm Tuesday after noon. 1& Co. has raised a family of three, who j Carolina and established the "Teapot"
sXThnes-Unton, Is a prominent arrival at
';the Ocala House. A pen in his hand Is, The rain first came down in unpretentious LANG SWARTZ- &CO. It are respectively Mrs. Kenneth Mcpherson Grocery-the leading establishment fall of of T.; Needham

'rlndeed,. keener than a two-edged showers the sun shining the of Lakeland, the-Misses Mary the kind in the cIty-in the J'i

while: but soon the heavens became and Ethel Seymour, popular favorites 1890. Always from the inception of the ,
'sword. -
: overspread with threatening .clouds Having ia mind the historical truth in Ocala's social circles. firm they did more or less Jobbing, and ., ..
-- which wish to
we .
and accuracy the whole- :
pMrs.' Russel J. Owens is visiting her and for an hour or more there was an this column, we yet unhesitatingly SHERIFF HENRY GORDON. five years ago established
'n the mark sale grocery firm of A. Brown & Bro..
':: friends Mrs. J. R Pierce and Mrs explosion as of heavy artillery that the firm whose name :
assert -- additional store- )
,. The sight was one of grandeur. adding separate and Plumber
; heavens.
: Wateman in Jacksonville. She will return One or two bolts must have struck furnishes the caption for this article In the important / sheriffalty office room for the purpose of .catering to the Tl)6) L -
; to Ocala week and later
next accompany -
to the mercantile Indealpeace
but have heard have done untold good Ocala and Marion county: has an trade and securing several warehouses
f something near by, we
her -parents Dr. and Mrs.. done. The rain interests of Ocala the past year. officer. He is native to the land that adjoining the A. C. L. tracks, a

:!.-. tarean. to Seabreeze for the rest of of 110. damage being It easily capped They have demonstrated beyond per- of brave men and fair women-and sightly brick structure two stories in '
t' the summer where later In the sea- came down in sheets. is one-of the best I lid Gas fitter .
anything of the season. The streets ran adventure that Ocala fighting :men as well-the picturesqueLone height and 50x100 feet dimensions, ( ,:: ../
sftn. Mr, Owens will Join then. and is
1& ; in the state, State. in ,
points Star warehouse
_-- rivers. distributing being the -largest .storage. :..;./..;
only in its Incipiency as a wholesale Mr. Gordon may be termed a Centennial the oItEver ; ,
Miss Cornell 'Dunn, of Montezuma, '..
Ga.. who. spent some weeks In Ocala .Mr. W. A. Pelot who has just fin- center. boy. having first een the light since its establishment the firm r. '." '

ished setting out a twenty-acre orange The nucleus of the present large in Beel county Texas. May 28th 1876, I of A. Brown & Bro. has done a flourishing ':
some time the of her cousins NEWS .
'f ago, guest HAS OPENED UP HIS .1-S
afterwards grove some miles south of Arcadia. is wholesale grocery, hay, grain and feed our one hundredth natal year of na- : and ever increasing .business, .
the- Misses Walters, and -
iF. Coleman home, for a short tim He says that firm of Lang, Swartz & Co. was the tional independence, which perhaps accounts each recurring season showing. grat- y-
: extended her visit to '
: ViSIting relatives there, returned toOcala DeSoto. the ideal location for orange brokerage and commission business in for his intense patriotism and ifying increase both in Its retail and P ONTHE CORNER OF .

Tuesday and will leave for her growing; that there is no white fly these staples inaugurated July last by love of law and (order. wholesale departments. "

: home at Montezuma, Ga., today. in the county, and the soil is of good X T. Swartz. Mr. Swartz soon perceived He was raised on a. farm and followed Through their travelin grepresentatives SPENCERBLOCK' WITH A

quality and is especially adapted to the possibilities of his field and pastoral .pursuits until migrating they cover the state for a radiusof -v:

p Yr. Ham Dobbin of Attoona, was the perfecting of the orange. He.er. the firm of Lang, Swartz & Co.. organ- to Florida.. fourteen years 'ago. fifty miles in every cardinal direction FULL LINE_ OF SANITARY

*n Ocala Tuesday. He was at one time poets to ,add to the size of, his grove. ized November last Is the result of He first located at Tampa and seven of the compass from Ocala.

E* Politician of Lake county but has his judgment and perspicuity. This years thereafter removed to Dunnel- The Messrs. Brown Bros. are members -, AND MODEHN PLUMBING

",, eschewed politics and has'gone to The pardoning board bas granted a firm is now' the main source of supply Ion. ,He :first clerked for a time in our of the board of trade, public spirited -

naldng money and we are glad that conditional pardon to Mr. Walter L. of the dealers ia some 150 townsin neighboring flourishin- -"- --. 't1)4'1'l in every regard and typical of the GOODS. WHEN IN NED OFf

.- his,efforts are successful He is a pros- Taylor who it will be remembered was a radius of fifty miles, covering all made city marshal and.filled this office type of men who are building the new

tf'; :.perous merchant and In twQ years hast convicted for making an assault on points of the compass, from Ocala without opposition for four years being and greater South. FIRST CLASS SANITARY

ppjaced U ,OOO on the right side of his Congressman Wm. B. Lamar. Mr. Tay- And the only difficulty which confronts admittedly the best conservator of S.

"S ; der account This is good news to \OT at the time of his pardon was serving Lang, Swartz &. Co. today is inadequacy the peace the city had ever had.- DR. D. ,M. BONEY, PLUMBING ALL ON HIM.

,.: s friends, as he is an all-round good a five years' sentence. His pardon df 'facilities to ,supply their It was this demonstrated eminent -
-. .of specialist of *he south. ... __.. -_----,:. _; 'i:,.,= ,
; .ftl1ow. .. is conditional on good behavior. constantly increasing, trade While the fitness for Jhe discharge of duties/. the great.. eye. :: --I-
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'; .McINTOSH ..ITEMS.Mclntosh her home;in Virginia this week. Miss Will Lamb was so kind.as to treat us School Doings.

C -- Clara can snow 'up the town of 'Mi all to' nice watermelons. All returned -

June 5. The glorious rains Intosh better than anyone that ever home with plenty of berries and plentyof (Official Florida East Railway
"j of late have made the fruit growers left here as she took pictures of everyplace fun. Ocala Flsu June 4. 196$. Coast

nappy and'the: orange crop is now beginning here and did some of the finest Mr. Ed Nix of Kendrick was visiting The board of public instruction (nand

to bend the branches of the work In that line we ever saw. She :Anthony Sunday night. for Marion county, Florida met ""
.trees toward mother earth and show can no doubt show some of the prettiest Well as there is nothing else to say Local l Time Card "No. 66 In Effect April 16
.vp what It promises: to be. this, the fourth day pf June 1906 in .
scenery ever taken in the state. I will put my pen away. '
L' Melon growers ore making preparations Prof. Parka and wife (nee Miss Rosa BLUE BELL. regular session with G. S. Scott, chairman SOUTI!-IIOUND--READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND-READUP. j

s to'harvest their crop, in fact, Walkup) of St. Augustine, are visiting ,'On. R. Butch aid. .. S. Grantham ---

some, nave already begun.; Mrs Parks' father Dr. Walkup. CALVARY. present. h.t9 I 1(0. 23 STATIO No.78 Dalll I..si

J. IV. Means bought forty acres J. A. Murrell is down in the southern Gaily I Duly DaIIJ--,
fanning land from W. E., Allen Just Mrs. Wal Minutes of the last meeting were. __J\cbonvmE ____Ar 'I 2 pm 8rovpm .
part of the state buying melons and ace enjoyed the companyof i 6 o!'\pill 920am Lv !' ur- -
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west of, McIntosh known as "Forest read and approved.Mr. 92S.cn. .. 67lipmm847aq
Mrs. Cuthil
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tomatoes.Dr. daughter one day 104Om .. ____...8t. AI1IU.tuC.____
t HilL" This is a fine tract of trucking Clark Walkup is home from Baltimore last week. : A. M. ,Anderson W. H. 7'7 2:r.pn fpm 1118110 .. _.___n&Stin 3 _. ......-- 5 34pm 6 a
...___. 5 Wpm 6ti
land. Ander-I R O'II.m 1135am ___._ ._..E.'ut l'a1aea 3 2w.
where he is attending medical Mr. A. S. J. Wallace and sister attended son and Frank Britt, patrons : 1:10 m .A.ru..._ .. .,. ... Palatka---. --L1 4 Gipm 4 A
Flewellen Bros bought: ten acres un- college. services in Martel Sunday even '7 4Vm; pnl lllOam Lv.___... PatakcL.--U _45pm 6

cleared land from Mr. S. H. Goitskill Dr. G. S. Means was elected physician Ebenezer school, appeared before the :put Ar_..__ _. can )fates ........-*-__Lv 6 late '1
agene ,tor the Van Ness estate, lying: for the Woodmen of the World ing.Messrs.. C. O. Jones: and 'A. S. J. board and presented a number of ______ 515sm Lv.__ .. _-Sao; )h.co __...__-A II 25pm .., ,,.,
: charges, signed by of the ..___._ Lp 430pm I 38am. F,
every patron upm; ------
between 1232pm
:McIntosh and the lake. Mr. lodge and for two days has been kept Wallace paid a business visit to Ocala U40pm ,, __---.DuponL-... "' ... ...-N 423pm 116&.m"
L. V. Porter, of the firm of Christian busy examining: applicants for life in- Monday. school except Mr. Ellison against Mr. 9Upm 9 4spm 113pm _._-..... __ Ormond ._.. .. .: 3 56pm '01tm-
& Dickson Company, bought seven Mrs. Maud R. E. T. Ellison as supervisor, and insisted 100'pm 2-1pm "_.... .... ._. Daytona_-.-.. .-- pm 448a:11 .
Williams made busi- .. ?
a 3
surance. 1013pm Mpm _____ Port Orange--- 4 111: ;
ii acres of the same land. This is all valuable Mrs. Ida Smith and Miss ness trip to Martel Tuesday. that the, board dismiss him, and 10 3pm 200pm Ar.__............New Smyrna- ._-- 3 Lipm 4 yym

land end lies close in.. Price paid Plums appoint another. After considering the .. Lake Helen- ... OOpm
Walkup attended Prof. Parks' enter- and blackberries are in season 11 lOam 4 4-1pm Ar ----- tLv 1 6i5pta ,
charges, the superintendent was instructed 11 28&m I 65pm.' ..- Orange City--_ liOpm .
was $65 per acre. I tainment at Micanopy: last night. and the housewives are busy! with 1140am 500pm Orange City Jonction _-I" 12 45pm :I sOpm.'

P.illMulligan" from' Eureka,. was the preserving kettle and jars: to send Mr. Ellison a copy 104pm 21Upm Lv_______yew imym&.A.: ..Ar 3 OSpm t.1i6&ta.1L .
.here the.past week and we understand ANTHONY. Mrs. C. 0. Jones'has a large numberof of the charges and request, that If 10pm 240pm .. __uNOak hill_____.:.. .LY 240pll1 t3faffi1151pm ..!
___.__Tttosvule_ 2 mpm 3< he .3 16pm Ar -- ;
to them to do
answer by
let contract tor his new store build _. so
:. young chickens and turkeys.We 11 lOam 5 50pm Ar:.. ..._.. _S&nfod-. -- ,_ 11 65am llOpta630pm
tng. We welcome Mr. Mulligan as a Here we are again. Not auch news, have had some very acceptable June 18th, at which date the matter 1155am LT!_-.._ ____ Sanfo&-- .. -IAr 5 Wpm U iottll"31pm

new citizen of Mclntosh. though. Times are so busy we haven't I showers this week and all things will be taken up for final action. 316pm Lv..r."_. --Tita3vUle _- w-Ar 205pm 100q--:
are .. .,. ...._. ..____Lv 2ipm Z 7 .".
has time to hunt news, but we hate not to Mr. Ellison's father appeared before 12 Slam 31)1pm .... -Cocoa.
W. F. Granger .spent most of growing; the grass will make the far- 1:1 31am 3 Mpm' ".... .. .....-.w-Rockledge......... -_" 120pm 418th191am ;-1
the past :week looking' for beef cattle. see one word from our thriving little mers hustle. the board 'and denied the charges made. .22pm _..... wEau Caine-___ 1247pm .L4tm1I h1
He he toas been in town. Mr. J. K. Christian a trustee of the ].tam 4 30pm .. ___ .__Melboume...............- 12 37pm t II1&tI\',
says Putnam Levy, We understand Mr. Leak is going 15am 10pm I II .-- -- on II 11b.am 13issm'.,>
.Alachua and Marion county and can Mr. James Loyell is home from the into the stock business, having quitea McIntosh school, asked that the McIntosh 2 "Ram 4$ OOpm on .. .. St. Lucien..... -" 1058am 1260 '31:
few this week. school be made senior Qiam 6 wpm "_...A _--Fort Pierce_- 1050am 11.b5pta3..
.find beef fat for his McIn- springs a days a high
no enough number of goats and cattle. 3 'nlm 6 37pm "...: .__...Tlbb&llJ-M._......._" 10 17m U 19ptn: ;
tosh customers. Probably the first time Mrs. Burnett, of Daytona, is visiting: Jasamine and magnolias make the school and be granted four teachers.Mr. 3.U11: 4lpm _____Eden r.__ _. II lOlSam U1Spr "
: _.._..... .. Jensen ... ... 10 cam 1109pm' :: A
he has 'been her parents here for a few days Mr. Christian also asked for aid to the 3400m 6 46pm .r. "- --
ever so particular. air sweet at Cedar HilL 3 Slam 6 57pm ".. .... .. .-.StuarL....,... ........" 10 00&111 ';; rof
C. H. Dame, ot Ocala district deputy and Mrs. T. J. Leitner. "MARION." amount of $150 to help build the col- loam 'I 23pm __......." Robe Sound __ II II 34m 100 59pm .
for the Woodmen of the World. Miss Katie Hillman returned home ored ,school house at Boardman, the -iOam 40pm II _.. ... .West Jupiter......_......."II 18am 1009pm515am >
815pm "_,,. -.West Palm Beach.-._ 845am 930pm.
:spent the greater 'part' of the week Sunday from Sparr. where she has BELLEVIEW. county ,to give $100 and the district -I'am: 841pm .... to....._Boynton-,,,...u__" 820am e Olpm ;;.
here sti'Ong".lodge been for the week friends. 5 SlLm 550pm "_---Delrar _...,..... ... II 612am 8 50pm :j
and visiting
organized good past $50.The 6 Ham g 40pm .- ......._Fort Lauderdale... ........." 7 26am 7 69pm -;,;
here of that fraternal society, The musical at Mr. Atwater's Saturday Dr. T. H. Hammond, of Oxford madea board agreed to make the schoola II r.lam 9 47pm "__, 'Dania. .-... ........." 719am 7 50pm ;1
The evening carried professional visit here Monday and s nlor''high school but deferred ac- '7 &Jam 9 Spm! _,.... .... --Hallandale 7 09am 7 Sepm ;
F, new store house to be occupied was on splen- ..
7 Siam 10 20pm .___.Lemon Cltr...... :........II e 43am Upm ;
by'W. E. Allen,,will be completed in .a didly. Everybody seemed to enjoy it Tuesday to see :Mr. and Mrs. D. C. tion as to a teacher and aid for col- 7 Warn 10 30pm Ar- .....__... .Ntami _- r'T G 35&m 7 oIpm800am :
: Stanley's baby. .. __ .. .........__.-bliaml.-_tAr S OOpm
few days if 'no delays are made in ,the most of all the beautiful piece playedon ored school until special meeting of Art J
Mrs. 10 30am ..-. ".. .. __._Uomestead..ILv 12 3Jpm i
n' delivery of lumber. the violin by Miss Pansy Souter. T. A. Mitchell and Pauline left June 18th. .

{ J. W. Means contemplates. putting in She was accompanied by Mrs. Pharis today: for Lakeland. They expect to go Mr. J. B. George, trustee of the Bnffet Parlor Cars on trains 29 and 73.I Buffet Sleeping Can on trains 93 and 98. t'

1 a cotton gin and grist mill at this on the !piano. to Green Springs the last of the week. Frantville school, asked if they could Dally except Sunday.

k place. This is very much neded and he There was a quiet wedding at the Mrs. Mayo and Master Nat. returned employ their teacher at $50 per monthif Ns.23 I No.16Dally f 1 Ne.24! :-

will no doubt do well and be kept busy. home of Mr. T. J. Leitner last Sunday Wednesday from a few days' visit in the district will pay $5 per month of Sat. N0.21 No.19 Dally No.17 No.tB No.18 No.20 No.22 Sat .
Ford & McAllister rumor bus it, willsoon afternoon. Their daughter Miss Ada Ocala.In the salary. The request was granted. Sun.'E Dally Sun.. Dally Dally Sufi Dally Dally Dairy! Son.Oni.

open a.livery stable here. Leitner, and Mr. Jim Wester were qui- response to invitations, all the. little Mr C. J. Smith,'a trustee of the Weir ,Only h -

Rev. C. M. Gordon has gone to High etly married. We are sorry we cannot friends of Earnest Mott helped ,him Park school, asked the board to assist: 950p 645p 510p 2o0p1000aLv..Jacksonvklie..M 700a 840a lOOp 6 00p 90p f

Springs to make two hearts beat as give full details, but Blue Bell will to celebrate his fifth birthday Satur- them in building a new $500 school 9 liSp 652p 518p 208p 1008a1039a "-JacksonvilleLT 6523 832a 262p 552p 'Up
1030p 724p 550p 240p _Bablo Beach_II 620a 800al220p 620pSOOp $40p
I one by performing the marriage cere- add that her sincere, wishes are for day afternoon. The little ones enjoyed house. The request was deferred until 1035p 729p 555p S45p 1044a ..--. .antic Beach_" 615a 7 ja 215p740al200n 515p 835p I

mony for a young banker and his bride. their' future :happiness. And may their themselves so much that they wish June 18th. ? 1050p 745p 610p SOOpllOOaAr. .__Mayport ...,tv 600a 11:111:

The preacher's fee should be heavier lives sail o'er life's undisturbed sea Master Earnest would have a birthday Hog Pond school asked if the board PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. 'i

when it is a banker. ever happy in their new-found love.
Blake Walker has returned from Mr. Chester Hillman and sister, Miss Mr. G. R. Ellis, of Gainesville has $11[ to cell school house.and build cistern -
Close Connection Made it Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company far
Sutherland, where he has been attending Annie Hillman, was accompanied to been here for the past few days in the the patrons would do the balance.

i school. Sparr Sunday by' Miss Lois Bray Interest of the Virginia-Carolina Fer- The. Montague school colored. asked Havana and Key West |

', Misses Ruble and Mamie Thomas where they enjoyed the day at the tilizer Company of Gainesville Fla. to be allowed to establish the tenth

x !have returned from their school workin home of Mrs. D. Grantham. Miss Sarah Bosworth will leave Sat- and eleventh grades. The request was Two Sailings Each Week. -

Tampa Miss Ruble teaching and Blue Bell bad the pleasure of tak- urday for Jacksonville. Sunday morn- granted. \

Mamie attending school there._ ing quite a number of children this lug she will sail on the Comanche for The secretary was instructed to state Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.These .

Miss Clara Schaffer. who has been morning out berry picking. Fun? Yes, New York; from there she will go to in the minutes of this meeting that 0 A
Time Tables show the times at which trains mar be expected to arrive at and defr) ;
spending the winter (here with Mrs. C. it was fun to pick berries when so Stamford Conn. She expects to visit at the regular meeting in July the from the several stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated Is not guaranteednot
M. Gordon, and who made herself, sox many childish voices kept music sing- New York most of the New England board will proceed to let contracts for Is this Company to be held responsible for any delays or any consequences arising therefrom.

agreeable 'to everybody,. returned to ing through the fields and woods. Mr. states and probably some of the west- conveying children from and to the For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARS or Other Information
ern states before her return here late following places: From Andalusia to
--' in the autumn. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
Oitra; from South Lake Weir to Weirs

Miss Minnie Bradle yspent MondayIn dale; from the Blue Springs school I. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. At., ST. AUGUSTINE FLAT::;; I

Ocala neighborhood to Dunnellon; from Cot- ,

Mrs. Joe Whisenant is spending this tage Hill to Fellowship; from Silver

week in Rochelle, the guest of Mrs. Springs to'Ocala.

Walker. That anyone desiring to bid for conveying -

Last .Thursday, at !the home of the children from and to the above

-n bride, in Ocala, Mrs. Cason and Mr. places, to have their bids before the

Frank Lightsey were united in mar- board t by the first Monday in July. \ ,

riage. He brought her home Saturday.Mr. The superintendent stated that a number

and Mrs. Lightsey have our best of schools were asking ,for new 5r ys'-

.' wishes for their future happiness.M. seats. After considering the matter it

E. was decided to 'ask all schools needing

a 111 } new' seats to put their requests in by r
t f
GAITERVILLE. the special meeting in June, and if the lcr
board could possibly do so, that it

Pleasant '\\"eatherth \ile days in Gai- would pay for one-half of the seats

terville. Yes. the "good old summer needed if the districts would pay for

14aiddfaerradlrsnw_ Y a's d U efahrlt1fa7oalsl time" i-is on us. the other half.
T The trustees of the Ocala scho
appeared -
Crops are all looking fine, notwith-

standing the continued rains. .before the board and .recjtn- \ r cy h
aK JcAttS mended that all salaries in the Ocala q
The Gaitervillites enjoyed a pleasantday b
school be left the last r
high same as
Thursday May 31, at the picnic
grounds at Stokes Ferry. Several other year except the salaries of the princi- ,/
rurP3E pal and first assistant. Ttey: recommended -
places were represented, and all. pres-
ent 'made: a very pleasant day of it. that the principal's salary be
put at $150 per month. and ,that thel'irst t71r:7
Among those present were Messrs.
ant's at $8r. per11 month. .
J. D. Robertson and George G. Math- :
hh the Upr, the
After considering m;
IIORt ews, of Ocala, and L. S. Light of Red-
f to the school!
board agreed give as a .
dick. Mathews and Light, candidatesfor
whole $55 per month more than last
the legislature :made very Interesting 4.

: 4 roe speeches, but from the present year, lacking $10 per month of beingas f, .
much as the trustees had asked for.
outlook the Light shined very faintly,
left the matter to the trustees as 1
election and .
and it
by day will be fainter
i l i, still" to whose salaries it should be appliedto. >.rj
i4Alfh i The trustees then recommended
"' 1
w. sic Refreshments were plentiful and
+ FOUR ':
a board could not grant the EACH WEEK
if the
that '
Nan L1 7I I (V served Injorder by the young men the
t. # o3tD IROnrpA6E salesmen being Messrs. W. T. and E. other $10 to make the principal's sal- BETWEENJacksonville '
and the first assistant's $75
Y T. Jordan, J..E. Brooks and D. L. Mor ary $150
r l i G <'r,' A rison. The proceeds went to the ceil- per month the trustees stating that
e } L r hy' would not be .able to supplementany and
S E0110Riftl ing of the Cedar Grove Methodist Epis- they '* New York. : y
rvla1tt5110t1AAt r salaries. yr
copal church. The sum total proved *
JW7't0'-- better than was expected. A number of other applications in j

Miss Stella Cleveland, of Ocala who salaries were before the board; they

CLAUDE L'ENGLE A. TAYLOR has ,been spending several days in were all deferred until the special J Calling at Charleston, S. C., both
18th.The ways.
ay &2tw Cartoonist Galterville visiting relatives and meeting THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS or THE c
appointment of teachers was deferred SESTICE.S
friends, left Tuesday for Ocala.
until after the 18th inst. .
Mr. Holt and Miss Rosa Bridges, of THE CLYDE NEW
Brimful of Good I Things-Bristling( With Catchy Cartoons Dunnellon, were attendants at church An election was ordered called to ENGLAND AND SOUY'HERN MNESJ :
be held at Martel on July 7th to electa
also Ed Tom-
Sunday, as were Messrs.

Maybe you,want to'know wh tsso? Perhaps you would bling and Lonnie Bridges.We trustee, as in the regular election I
Josiah Seckin-
elect trustees Mr
like to see things as they are? Perchance the truth hear some of the young men i of FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN J
and Mr. J. L. Miller tied and nether
well told and cleverly pictured appeals to you? Per- Gaiterville are going to leave soon for ger declared elected. Jacksonville, Boston and Providence j
adventure the mining districts. We hope,.however, I
you have longed for a paper that will print meet
they will return again.W. The board adjourned on and all Eastern Points. }
everything that should bo printed? H/Shackleford Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. On
.. of Ocala, spent Calling at
several days with friends in Gaiter.. Tuesday the board met per adjourn- Both Ways. F
ment with full boardpresent. WEEKLY
ville, but returned to Ocala Friday accompanied SAI LINGS.

A Paper Without a Censor. A Paper Without a flying trip to by the ye "Brick scribe,City.who made a ined The and treasurer's approved report as follows was: exam- Soathbosai....................... ......:................................... From Lewis' War, Bostt.VortUssai .

Boss. A Taper Without a Financier. Mr. C.He M.will Whitton return visited Ocala Balance Received from from last A. C.report.Croom.. .,$ 2,492.26 ......................................._From fool of Catherine Street, Zau..fI!!I.;

Monday. today. I
Judging from the "Star's" correspondent Compt tax sales... ... .. .. 91.18 Clyde St. Johns River Line. !

a THAT'It TH lE SUI4 in last week's Star there Received from A. C. Croom, t

,. are lots of bashful boys in Gaitervillenow. Compt., 1 mill state school Between Jacksonville

: ; Is Sanitary, Qtan and Wholesome. It is Tropical Bright and We can't believe they are so tax .......... ..:.. .... ..., 2,403.12 Stopping and Sanford \

Received from A. C. Croom, at11'alatU, Altor, Eeresford
bashful as that. And courting under ( Datu ) ad erme1lt.
> Fascinating. It Is Virile, Live and Enterprising. the rose bush that was sweet I know. Comp state aid for 80 per Landings oa St. Jahas Sirer.

UNCLE JOE. cent attendance .... .. .. "1,410.00

Received from A. C. L R. R. Steamer City of Jacksonville
Its Il taxes 1905 .. .. .. ..... ... 3.364.90 are appointed- to Sail u follows: Leave Jacksonville ...:.
Ketunting. leave Sanford daily, except Saturdays t"30 110-
Received from E. L. Carney dally
Most of your neighbors do. Get their opinion on it.: except Sundays at 9:30: a. m. n
county school levy 1905. .. 407.43
=r J Then write right away to Disease takes Received from E. L. Carney Soatb-Bou4
.4 Read Do. SCHEDULE'Nortll80IlIl'
THE SUN Jacksonville, Florida. vacation. polls for 1905 v.......,,... 371.00 Red II'

r. Inclose aa the notion strikes you-say If you need flesh and Total receipts ..?,. ..... ..%.$lO.59.89Dlsb Leave 3 84 30$ p.p. m.m. .-.------" .... Jacksonville ..____ Arrive aoo a.: :t

..' strength useScott's during May ... ... 10504.63 300 a. m. -.. ...,-,,,-,,,,,, -on .r lacks____ ___.. Leave 800 p. ..
$2.00 for One Year, $1.00 for six months -- -- Astor ___..... ...___ J p I ..
... '
.. --= InDm .. ._., pom
AMMOe. j m. .. ... : ,::..: n '
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50 cents for three in bo L m. Sanford __ __. .. 9 30 r q
m nths. Emulsionsummer Balance treasury.,. ... $ 35.26 -- _... _Enterprise a .. ::
... ='i'ce ._. 10 os Ja
And we'll see to it that joii'll never regret it We'll give W. D. CARN, Secretary. General Passenger : :

z? '. you the biggest run for- jour money that money ever ha.tl. as i in winter. Judge .Parker says the democrats and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St. Jacksonville. _

Oh yes, we'll send sample copies. Send for free should"go south for a presidential can p. M. IRO -ryONGER.l... Ass'fCen'Pass
sample. W.G.COOPER,JL. Freight Ageo.t.,121 Wast Bay St FJa. y
dldate for 1908. They should certainly Agent Jacksonville,
SCOTT &: BOWNE, Chemist j Foot ot Hogan Street,lacksoavflle C.P.IAYI3LL. superi1lrUaeDt. ;;
4091 PeaH Street, NewYort. go sgmeff here where democrats AC. HAGERTY. Gea't$ast'n pass Aqt.. New via
it! 5oc.andji.oo; an druggist. grow., The real democrats have had THEO Gr-.EGER, Vice President andGeneral Yorkk Cx.Mana'ser.YDE bfILN$.Gen1 Fr"L Agt N. Tr ,

their fill of Wall street stool pigeons. General Offices Pier 36, North River '
Branch 290-
Broadway, New Yerk.

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tjPEH1HGS ABOUT TOWN. EDITORIAL OUTING. |I Ifliss Dozier Entertains for Miss THE LAND OF DELIGHT.. surrounding all tAe blue mountain*

Rogers peaks rising far into the' clouds, 'the 'JiLGIlHA 'oHDITlOH .
: jf Florida
.. Editors in the Beautiful Sap- The Florida Press Association Enjoying R
::Tbe'state,democratic executive cami cool air burdened, with the fragrant
phire Country. Life in the
"" The social event of the week Sapphire Countryin
was a mountain
.- still holds on. Have they a life odors made us all feel that
the Midst of the Blue
::-. et' Columbia, S. C., June 1. lovely party given on Friday evening Ridge Mountains. to be alive is good and that life indeedIs I \V

., ....', Special to the Ocala Banner: :by Miss Edna Dozier in,honor of her "wroth while. LIUt0A1CURE D

,h yra- .' speigner Anderson has re- The Florida editors left Jacksonvilleover !attractive guest, Miss Fannie Rogers, Lake Toxaway, N. C., June 3, 1906.,- A Former Ocalaian.In .
:feaed from a pleasant visit to friends the Columbia we had the pleasure of
Southern railway .last nightat Special Correspondence Ocala Banner: '0- JtJ
-; of Aiken, S. C. nNOwa
rLak8..' ,Weir 8 o'clock on a special Pullman, the In Columbia, S. C., Friday morning, seeing Mr. John J. Earle, who for five SALT-SICK emuPfKVMBfttST n OT 13E(OW R
"' "Australia" Miss Dozier and Miss Rogers received years was the principal of the Ocalahigh
and were one hour late In missed train
we account
our on of a "
get ahead by calling on I Of MANY YEARS B TO fit:THE BEST:
: TQu cannot school. HOHCINI+ + 01 T*
arriving at Columbia.Mr. informally in the hall and were delay at Blackville of several hours, He is practicing law ands MARKET fORCHSEAU I*STOCK Of AIL HINDS
yje'other fellow 4'\ stop.-Agricultural 8ESKWB AflPmUliDIlfAl.JJI AM WWB TIJt WMO
doing splendidly. He is the
J. C. Lusk, of Jacksonville, the lovely in white and blue frocks. so instead of spending the afternoonat same Mr. TlLG"HAN'IS NOT A fOOD 811T fURtI.Y TOtJIlO

-.Advert, ing, popular division passenger agent of The house was beautifully decoratedIn Hendersonville, as was planned, we Earle, if anything, younger looking GIVE IT*TRIAL AND SAVE YOUR AftlMALS.

:'1)" cow's tail has limited circulation, he Southern, is personally conductingthe palms, evergreens 'and cut flowers. passed a very pleasant morning at Columbia than when he was In Ocala He Is still mice 25 IMTSAruswEfORSAEEBYAuplAaDRUGGISTS NANUFACIUKD 8V

sit:'it- reaches the fly.-Agricultural party and is showing them every The veranda was a veritable bowerof reaching Toxaway at half-past unmarried. He took us for a drive ACKERHAH&STEWARTPAm
courtesy and attention.The around the city, showing us a numberof : .
9 o'clock In the
," dTertisingJo1in evergreens and lighted by Japanese i evening.
trip as planned is one of the lanterns. About thirty guests were This is certainly the "Land of De- city's beautiful residences, the

,i/ ...:;-/ A Graham of Manatee,county most beautiful ones In the United present, and the game of "fortytwo"was ight" It is almost impossible to ade- Columbia college the slate capitol,and

tI': Apses. suing the Jacksonville Sun States and it is certainly a matter of played progressively. quately describe Its beauties and my other places of InterestMr. A Historic House Is Burned and a

and demands $30,000 damages. egret that so few of the Lusk Given Present by the Editors.Yesterday Woman Perishes in the Flames.
'for libel. editors were :There were seven tables,arranged in pen falters when I try to picture in

:t able to come on the outing. I the library, and on the veranda. When words the wondrous loveliness of the afternoon just after y

";; Hwu'W. K- Zewadski is back from The following'are those in the party: 'the scores were counted it was found lakes the grandeour of the mountainsand luncheon the press associatlo'n assem- One of the "West End" houses caught

.r- prospecting tour to Illinois and'otherJfr. T. J. Appleyard editor Lake City that the most fortunate ones in playIng I the glorious climate here: bled in the waiting room and in a few fire early Sunday morning and was

Index; J. W. White, Jacksonville, editor that game were Miss Juhan and The "Sapphire Country" is the name I appropriate words Mr., J. H. Humph- burned to the ground. It was beyondthe
I ries expressed to :Mr.- J. C. Lusk
; r Fraternal Record; Harry L. Brown, Mr/Matthews. The former was awarded given to the section around Lakes I the limits
-: Ty B. Snyder Is in St Peters- editor St I division passenger agent:!. of the South- city so it was Impossiblefor
: Augustine Record; J. H. a pretty pair of embroidery, scis- Toxaway, Fairfield and Sapphire. It is
will week with his th thanks of the Florida the fire department to render .
4-bg. and spend a Humphries, editor Braidentown Jour- sors, which she gracefully presented to situated In western North Carolina ern $ press any
who are there for the summer.Messrs. for the many courtesies they have received aid. One of the unfortunate
,may, nal, accompanied by Mrs. Humphries; Miss Rogers. MX. Matthews' prize wasa right in the heart of the Blue Ridge Inmates
1;'. Mr. .Powell, editor Lake Butler Star, silver match safe. i mountains. It is easy of access and for at his hands, not only on this in whose, room the fire Is supposed to '

; ., Jack McCully, Arch McIver accompanied by wife and children; Mr. After the games a delicious ice natural scenic must surely sur- trip, but all during his connection with have originated: was suffocated by the
of the Blitchton beauty
aDd Ben Blitch, neigh- the road.
A. M. C. Russell, Jr., of the Brooks- course was served by little )Misses. pass anything in America. Mountain f smoke, failed to make her escape and
'borbood.:were.In the city' Monday. ,Mr. T. J.
: Appleyard then on behalfof was burned to crisp. ;
Argus accompanied by Miss Frances Liddon and Alice' Sexton. peaks almost without number use to
"..2, Russell Miss Painter of the party, presented 'him a small The house was quite an historic one.
'- DeLand, :Miss Dozier's guests were Miss Fan- lofty heights none being legs than 2,000
.: Mrs, L. P. Miller win spend the sum"inerWith"'ber token of their friendship and sincere It was erected by' the late William J.
father Colonel Keitt at daughter of E. O. Painter editor Agri- ny Rogers, of Aiken, S. C.; Misses feet above the sea level, wonderful
culturist; Mrs. M. S. Ball, Miss AnnieA. Emily Ford, Mattye Williams Edith gorges, beautiful streams and exquisite appreciation. The gift was more McGrath while he was sheriff of the
'ter. Old, home 'in South Carolina. and propriate from the fact that it a.P-1 county, was afterwards purchased by
J Florence Ball, representIng Pdatt Freddie Foy Alice Bullock, Pauline waterfalls combine to make it a "landof

.-A'fresh roller and a little less ink the Key West Advertiser; Miss Sullivan, Allie Van Juhan Grace delight"The also Mr. Lusk's birthday.Mr. Capt.Samuel Agnew; was also occu-
Lusk expressed his thank pied by Mr. W. J. Tucker of Fort
.fiUid greatly Improve the appearance Sara Elezabeth Harris, local editor of latchell, Leafy Sylvester, Lillian Southern railway runs throughthe now
oi.'fli 'Madison Recorder. the Ocala Banner and her sister, Miss Thaggard Caro Liddon, Annie Matthews entire "Land of the Sky" and the briefly and said that he appreciated the Pierce, while he was superintendent
,_ : Louise Harris Mrs. W. H. route is beautiful gift and that it would always be his of public instruction for this county
; : Powers Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Miller, Mr. I a charmingly one.
F'This paper- Is in receipt of cards representing the Ocala Star; Mrs. Ne- 'and Mrs. Howard Clark, Messrs.Harrison They devote splendid trains, with Pullman pleasure to do all in his power for the nad now a prominent candidate tot

t Announcing the marriage of Dr. L. F. va C, Child, editor Arcadia Champion; Will Taylor, Harvey Clerk, Au- I buffets, dining cars and observation Florida editors. governor.

':"Blalock, of this city, and Miss Irma Mr. J. P. Clarkson, city editor of the thur Clark, Emmett Robinson, Ardis cars and they give their passengers SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. A Lake Weir Outing.

Linn Richardson of Atlanta Ga. Jacksonville Times-Union. V most excellent servite. I
.;p Warterman, Dozier Leitnez, Robert HELP IS OFFEREDTO -
It is expected that Mr. L. J. Bruni- Matthews, Alfred Beck John Miller, Toxaway ,is on one of the branchesof WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE.We .
,_ If Watson would change his of Ocala editor of Quite a number of young people
Torn by, the Florida Osco and Guy Zewadski. the Southern and is the gateway to

2.-"liberty' bell" for a pitchfork" or a Fruit and TrucK Grower; Mr. S. L. This party was an exceedingly enjoyable the "Sapphire Country. y earnestly request all young per- II went down to Lake Weir late yesterday

;":"muck-rake" it would bring hhn-more Lowry, of Tampa editor of the Pyth one, and more so as The lake Is completely surroundedby sons no matter how limited their I afternoon and returned last night on -

.J"-i,the limelight. ian and :Mrs. Lowry and :Miss Mary Miss Rogers once lived in Ocala and forests and mountains. One of the means or education, who wish to obtain !the 10 o'clock train.
't' a thorough business training;, anda )hose constituting the
Codrington, of DeLand, will poin the were glad of this opportunity of meeting descriptions of the charms of the Sap- to I party were
good write FIRST
?i \The Central ,National Bank of Ocala position bv II Misses Fanny Rogers, Edna Pozier,
party tomorrow morning.We her again. phire Country that I have just finished mail for our GREAT HALF RATE I
; has secured the services of Mr. Henry I OFFER. Louise Scott, Annie Mathews, Alice
< "" will spend the afternoon ,at Hen- reading is as follows: .
r-E'B0BselL." newhew of Wm. H.r dersonville and will reach Lake Tox- MR. ALBERT DAVIS TO WED "The great natural beauty of the Success, independance and probable I Bullock, Sallie Camp, Leta Camp, Alta
Knowles of the First Na- fortune are guaranteed. Don't delay Pearson and Miss Hatchett
$ president the attractive : -
away tonight, Spending Saturday and MISS ALLIE VAN JUHAN. landscape has not as yet been marredby Write today. ,
ttonal Bank 'of Pensacola, Fla. of Miss Louise Scott
t" > Sunday there. S. E. H. the hand of man'bis only encroach- THE GA.-ALA. BUS. COLLEGE. guest ;#
Mrs. :Mattie Davidson, Juhan, of this ment upon the sylvan solitude having 5-25-2m Macon, Ga. Messrs. Sam Teague, John Pelot, Bob

.. (for the manner in which he Lake Toxaway, says: riage of her daughter Allie Van, to attractive sites, and the construction The Jerome before the election and Osco Zewadski, Guy Zeradskl, Harry

to writing up (his "nutshell" biographies. "After crossing two states on a Mr. Albert Davis, of Cedar Keys, the of excellent carriage roads by whichto the Jerome after the election resemble Palmer, Mala Haughton, Robert An-

:-: ''>I. ., Southern railroad special under the wedding to occur on the morning of reach them. In 'physical contour and very much those familiar patent derson, Howard Walters, Jim Hewett

personal conductorsihip of J. C. Lusk Thursday, June 14. characteristics this region has been medicine pictures entitled "before and Tom Green, Frank Harris and Mrs.

i ",The frills;: to the king of Spain'snjsrrtage district passenger agent, the Florida The wedding will be a very lovely frequently compared to the English after taking." ( Woodrow and children.
._ eliminated Nick 'and Alice'sto
; Press association 1906, touring party home affair with only the relatives and Lakes district, but as a whole the -

'-.: the,shades as commonplace.The arrived here at Toxaway Inn, in the most intimate friends to be present.No Sapphire County is grander in every ,

'T heart of' the beautiful Sapphire coun- cards will be issued. i : ,
"Great Empire State of the Un- way. Its mountains and cliffs are more -
try, at 9:30 tonight All are well and This announcement is received with ,than twice as high its cataracts and
''c' ion" is..still without representation in ; <
delighted with the trip, and are readyto great pleasure by the friends of this <
torrents higher and more Impressive
_: ',the United States senate.
put in several days sight-seeing. young couple. Miss Juhan, who is a its lakes bluer, deeper and more 'picturesquely fl1asGo s Best
Mrs. J..K. Kea and infant daughter, Four hours were spent this morningin member of the younger set, is a very framed t>y the lofty peaks

:Louise,.have gone to the mountains: for Columbia, S. C., during which the charming girl. She has lived in Ocala that tower above them; while the rug- .

:the summer.Mrs members of the party visited the state' ever since she was a little child, and ged natural beauty of the surroundinghills
-s and all of Interest. Upon she is much loved by all.
capitol points very mountains and crags still bear
': Clara: Burnside has returned arriving--at Hendersonville ,this aft- The young groom is a nephew of the, impress of their primeval birth <

from".Jasper where she has been in ernoon Mayor King and a delegationof Mrs. G. T. Maughs of this city,' and and\\ Is as yet entirely free from the and PuiesiPlace !

'"htr..t & as a,trained nurse. leading citizens welcomed the party up until a few years ago, he'made, his softening touches of/civilizati<>n."

< and extended a cordial Invitation to home with his aunt. He is now in the Toxaway Inn, where the party are _

: Mr.;and Mrs. George Hays have returned become guests of the city but owing to express, service between Jacksonville stopping is 3,000 feet above the sea .

'. ,from Tampa, where they went train schedule, the visit to Hendersonville and Cedar Keys. and :Mr. and Mrs. level, and the top of the mountain is Our Edibles and Drinkables ]

|g to visit Mrs. Hay's parents, :Mr. and was postponed until Monday, Davis for the present will make their 5,000 feet. An exceedingly attractive

:Mre. Durrance. when several hours will Jt>>e spent there. home at that place. little lodge crowns the summit of the

Vice President Humphreys and Secretary -. Capt Emmett Davidson of Atlanta, mountain and during the summer it is are as Clean and Pure

:. W', G. .;Wells wife three children Appleyard are keeping the members 'an uncle, of the bride, and her brother, crowded with people, who go up from as3zjr

If and"outfit left Jacksonville In an au- in order, and Editor Harry Mr. John Juhan, of Crystal River, will the YarfoTU other hotels in the ,systemto

.tomoMle:' to make a. Journey all the Brown, of the St. Augustine Record, be present at the wedding. remain over night in order to view : Pure Food Laws could Ii

[ way to Maine. has added much to the pleasure of the. Several lovely parties are being the setting; and rising sun, whichis

trip. planned for Miss Juhan for next week Indeed a Magnificent sight.

Dr. Reeves, of Levon. was in Ocala and the.week after, and her friends extend Visible from the top of Mt Toxa- imagine them to be. fl

'Monday, looking after some lands that Indictments in Alachua. to :her their best good wishes.A way, which is very easily attained. *-

::'tn came way had wrongfully gotten on more than one' hundred mountain Our establishment has

the delinquent tax list After a deliberation of five days, Serious Accident. peaks among -them being Mt Mitchell,

says the Gainesville Sun, the special ML Pisgah, Old Whitesldes, Rabun
", .Qeo. W. Morton of EveL the bright I term of the circuit court, Eighth judicial Sunday afternoon while playing with and many others. been ,refitted according to

}O_ son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mor-i circuit, state of Florida, in and some of her companions at the C. A. The various lakes of t>>' Sapphire

".;toniTas, ,returned to his home, ,after! for Alachua county, came to a close Liddon residence Ellen Stripling,
Country cover an' area of 2,000 acres. I
<;-&vIn|. spent the term at Sutherland i Saturday, after the grand jury filed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stripling Toxaway Inn belongs to the Toxa Sanitary Measures and the 11
:J.oofege. HIs I from the ceiling to the floor
young friends are glad to into court, presented report and pre- felt way Hotel Company who have leased
llreet.. :him again.-Gaineavile1! Sun. of the piazza and was knocked insensible -
., sentment and was discharged.The in it
the four hotels and the lodge of the only thing remained
into court and It was at first tho'ight that ,
The grand jury came open Toxaway system. It is under the man-
woodmen honored their dead
she was dead Her parents and Dr. W.
=.Sunday Saturday afternoon, and reported true agement of Mr. L H. Aiken, who is the .
.Editor Bittinger, of the Star. H. Powers were hastily sent for, but "Old and Matured"are'
livered bills as follows: vice president of the hotel company.It our
:: the memorial address and the little one regained consciousness
State vs. J. N. Strobhar, embezzlement '
ds now open all the year round. +
x :AId well. before the** arrival, and it was discovered -
is one of the finest hotel resorts in
: State vs. J. C. B. Thomas attempt' that while her Injuries were America and during the summer
._, Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla- painfjl they were not at all serious.In WhiskiesWines I Beers.Our Ii
to bribe a juror.: months it is almost fanpossibel to accommodate -
E Absolutely other kinds pure, Goes twice as far as State vs. W. M. Thomas, attempt to her fall she sprained her left wrist the Immense crowds that .
; and the flavor is perfecitioo. and received an ugly bruise over her
bribe a juror. flock here.
The defendants in the case charged left eye. She is now doing nicely. Mr. Aiken has been most courteousto of doing busi-
..: C h ill has sent a delegation to Washzton'to with attempt to bribe'a juror were required K. of P. Officers. the Florida delegation, and is agree- .
ask to give bond for their appear- able and pleasant to everyone.
,, congress for free trade
is the
<'!lt>L,this country. It's a shame for a ance at the next term of the circuit' Last night the following officers were The Sapphire Country Is owned bya ness, same courteous

barbarian country to jar civilized court, which was promptly furnished. elected: Pittsburg syndicate, who obtained

I ': standpatters with a demand like this.Atlanta To the Trustees of Anthony-- Baptist C. C, Jake Brown.V. possession of the country for the tim- and appreciative mode we
,.- : : but
Journal Church: c.. Dr. Dozier Leitner.M. ber and for gold mining purposes

Gentlemen- of W., T. J. Owen.P as the mining was so expensive? the "
Mrs.:,Jacob Lychenheim, of Havana We take the liberty of telling you J. G. Ferguson. plan, of converting the country into a have employed for and
ba; church will be given a lib- years
formerly Mrs. A. J. Johansen, that every resort was conceived ,by the company.
I. G. W. J. Chambers.
eral quantity of L. & M. Paint -
i1o filed In Ocala for a number of Three years ago Lake Toxaway was a '
thqy paint. 0. G, C. L. Moore.M. favors bestowed
yearswas: here yesterday on a brief 4 gallons L & M. mixed with 3 gal- of A, H. M. Hampton.Mr. forest and In twelve months, with over any upon J -U
t. Mrs. Lyehenheim is visiting ain lons Linseed Oil will paint a moder- eight hundred men constantly at work

Dunnellon; and the Countess ate Actual sized cost house.L. & M. about $1.20 per D. H. Irvine, of Orange Lake, this exquisitely lovely lake, was made us will receive strict and Ii

a QUeVelU, of Oxford. gallon.L. was present at the memorial day exercises and the hotel erected.

:- .'& M. Zinc hardens L. & M. White at the Baptist church Sunday Within a radius of nine miles of ,
.?t:; 8.Ster Norton Davis has returned Lead and makes the paint. wear like beautiful attention.Our
from' afternoon and also attended the Confederate Toxaway Inn there are fifty prompt .
i .Decatur, Ga..' where he /has been iron. ,
that the
waterfalls everywhere eye
Largest mills in the world use L. & Veterans' meeting Monday
g the Donald Fraser School M. morning. He was very much' pleased can see the views are sublime.

Boys He was accompanied home Arnold Print Works. North Adams, with the exercises. He returned homeMrml3y The company owns about 31,000acres constant aim is "To

lils Parents, Mr. and Irs. D. W. Mass., used nearly 17,000 gallons ,L. afternoon.Mr. j and there Is splendid huntingand
\ who & M. ,Paint made with 10,000 gallons "
? -exercises went 'up to witness the J.,. & M. and 7,000 gallons pure Lin- fishing. The lakes abound in trout, Please. Try us and be con

,--f.: of the school. seed OIL Bluford Leitner, the well known the company (having several fish hatch- Ii

Ls Mimi farmer of Griner Farm was in town eries. :
bas voted affirmatively on For Sale. vinced.
t Monday. He bad recently been trying In the summer months the guestsat
w!e ProPOSed $100,000 bond Issue for Forty acres of fine land near Or- .
BcTta ange Springs, Marion county, Fla. The the virtues of a safety razor and was the various Sapphire hotels are 90 -
provements. It has proposed
)tiUze. northwest quarter of southwest quarter so effectually disguised that his most per cent southern people, although '
JJO.OOO far sewers, $0.000 for 24 ,
Section 4, township 12. range Respectfully
intimate friends failed to there are guests from the east yours
recognizehim. many
'.tU, ,OOO for city building, $S- See the land and make me an offer. ,
,"for' fire building, $10,000 for fire Address D. C. Alexander, Shaw, the west and the north. .
Miss. 5-18-Sm. ....- By the courtesy of Mr. Aiken the

-, ent aad15,000'for public docks Mrs. Anna Bond Hopkins, who came editorial party enjoyed a delightful STRA USB & CO.
)arks. 'Is .
John Sewell
!. ., mayor. Mr. R. W. Erwin, census enumerator dwon Saturday in order to be presentat eleven-mile launch ride on Lake Tox-

: A iatHfled customer: is the best ad- for the Ocala district and one of the the Confederate memorial exercises away Saturday morning. and a visit to

'moment" and satisfaction Is not best school teachers Jn the county wasa at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon Toxaway falls. Wholesale and Retail

;White nx-but shoe .styles visitor to Ocala yesterday. Mr. Er- returned to her home at Orange The beautiful rippling lake, with the Liquors, ?

__ > ea House spring win will teach the next term at Green Lake over the Atlantic Coast Line railway dancing sunbeams converting the OCALA FLORIDA :.'
and The
: women. Just arived. ; ; '-
_ -t .l., x Cove Springs. Monday afternoon. water into spart" diamonds and sF"


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f IN PUBLIC MORALS We must not be too EDITOR? -

---- The Brick CitYof Florida Gives All
"The'Abf.. and Inspiring Address of Editor criticism of other "
J. W. White of the Fraternal dred faults of our own we Brown, of the St. Augustine a Good Time Someone Has Said :

Record the other fellow have at I Record.) --

Hr. President Ladies and Gentle- am afraid that the a good deal upon. who Ocala the 'Brick City" of Ftonda.

men-To those of us-and we are stilla other people trill kill o did herself proud ia tae royal welcome
and of whom an :. : _- .', -
mighty"annwbo -- - ..
believe in the our good Florida editors
and entertainment accorded the members -
larger thought of God,-and the power- much better, like the sun ted. We of the Florida I
of the Florida., Press association, ,
ful forces of Ha universe, who seek Urjfet and cheer wherever !, who have been isi- j t
the freer step, the fuller breath, the Inch I more helpful to to the "Royal Bumper De-I I who were so fortunate as to attend I I It is the Dearest,

greater faith ,and, the atronger hope. humanity, faith in the the meeting held in that city Tuesd.ly.1
and of the the mysteries of newspa-i Wedneads3and Thursday: : of this !I Sweetest Prettiest Meanest
there is desire to promote and to secure goodness -
purity, higher, nobler, healthier lope for a real life if we wooM, give some : we..k. Never in the history of the as- I
true honest lid in unseen forces on this point but i Store Thzy Hay Ever Seen.
living public spirit, piety, Cia.tl.11 Los a city in Florida made .
business methods 'and patriotism, in cultivated and .)! that it would be betray- I a. more complete and elaborate preparation -
the hearts of would come into the secrets of
men. profound one I to entertain the "Press Gang
Our readers are entitled to the great ""trusts? this humble :
UfaAa and !never have all arrangements been $ $ $ $ I
thoughts that will make them better: editors, we must l the press gang hesitates to I
carried .
: out mere Proper-
and happier as well is more Intelligent lights shine "that others ia lest perfectly. ,
: P't a general way,
good works and eatim was giver to every detail that i

I believe in the Fatherhood of God. which is in Heaven.glorify E"i of treason. added to the pleasure an d !lte1Uln- L Guess Whose Place It Is. Oh

the brotherhood ofo.man, the salvation L:t us note in oar years a.g\-when a child ment of the guests and entertainment ,

'of the race by character and the progress couraging fact that the envy, with afl my heart .Jf the city. Editors Bittinger HuIS.1

of mankind upward and onward lug better. Why. less than ed engineer of the Brumby and Carroll were at all places of Course Youfd Say It Is The

forever-and I preach It. ago the governor of New as he rushed his
at all times, and they were asslated i .1.1O.
I know that the editor of today who had to disband the leg past the railway sta ;
by all Ocala The whole city seemed
seeks to lead men in the right direction of its otter corruption. he sat ia the cab, window
determined to make us understand andjiow
: must deal with facts he must be Burr, vice president of nothing to do or :
and in and States, think: of leaders we were welcome, and tIt'tis ,
practical earnest, mostkeep
in touch with the world his heart Swift and Sterne think save his own comfort and: end every lady and gentleman appeared -

as well as his head must be right and busklEgi and the dances And I made up my mind to be aa especially appointed K. GROCERY I
I became old I .
his spirit in tune with the Infinite. The days when everybody committee to see that we understoodthis

editor who realizes his responsibilityIn Dfverwent home until the railway shops, learn fact And we did. The press of }l

the. matter of public morals will Then I want you to mechanism of the steel Florida never met with a heartier ewl- W OAt
exercise the that the world ia have the delights I
greatest care in the selection some day shown I t
come and were never more .
of every picture advertisement or domination of the over hill and dale, through i
Aurtesiea. We all everyone of us. enjoyed -
editorial that finds place in his publi that men have a greater !s and across broad rivers' : i
cation. What a poor world this wouldbe ty Jaw truth justice engine absolutely at my each hour spent in that city. E. C. Smith. C. V. Robert- 1
without pictures. I refer to your Among the encouraging Ocalaites are ia love with their city -

memory and mine when I ask If your time are the unparalleled and they have a righf to be. Its natural SMITH & EOBBETS. : f
from the
knowledge of the Holy Scriptures has of the earth's material I viewpoint beauty has been added to by hundreds

not been enlarged by the wood-cuts or by year the world's I r.n. of handsome homes and brick business

engravings In the old family Bible out the corn fields are more know about how many tons blocks, and beautiful flower Funeral Directors and Licensed EmbalmersLATEST

of which father and mother read, andlaid granaries more crowded. to be fed every hour with TIer paved streets and hard gm1ens.1 "

on the table in the old homestead Wherever we go we to the hungry fire second to those of no other interiority METHODS. BEST GO DS. WORK GUARANTEED. f !

when you were boys and girls.These gress of civil and religious not realize the privations in Florida Her mercantile establishments Telegraph orders receive prompt attention, and embalming done anYWh von "" :
scenes which-we all carry In behold the printing of the engine crew In short notice. '. ,
our mind, not censorship and the and manufacturing indus-
were gotten by reading of winter. There
f the Bible, but from the Bible pictures. gift to man without tries speak themselves for the progressiveness -
What is true of the Bible pictures Is pretation: : by some good no picture of the blinding of her citizenry.This .

true of the pictures in that old spell ;: brother who believes in from sight perhaps an- member of the "Press Gang" ijGALA FURNITURE emIP ANY 1

ing-book of our boyhood and what is mood' who is mad one on the same track. I lIved in Ocala about :fifteen years ago,

true of the lasting impressions made ed the next, and a hell word RESPONSIBILITY. and felt very much'at home there, and

by the pictures in these two books is degrees too hot to be learned it ,----
during the assocatkm we were guest ------- -- -- -
true in a large measure of the news- we must not forget in had the advantage of the
of ilr. and :Mrs. J. W. Bishop, at their
- : paper cuts of the present day. FIrat.painter's good things the great from experience.
hospitable home. We bad the nleas-
pencil for the favored learning the powerful
that to friends
you my
then engravers' plate for the thous- great fraternal and are of meeting many *>f our old time
who read the Banner
ands and now the beautiful halftonecuts zations and the millions : friends and neighbors.Mr. .

for the millions. Let no book or with the quick brain the and some of the other Chasiblisa, of the popular baakiafi -

paper In America contain a single picture and the hopeful heart published in Florida I firm of lluaroe & CfeaznbHss Dr.

: that will deprave. Have nothing striving for the best. on the station platform, Butch the genial and clever managerof

that will familiarize the young with I would like to speak of I brothers of the press are the Commercial Bank, B. Weathers

scenes of cruelty or intemperance; wonderful Inventions of : the ,mal that is pro- one of the solid old-Mms merchantsof iiiOUSconstipation ....,

have those pictures that elevate and advancement in the arts and motion for one of the of the
Ocala Arthur manager
refine and none of those scenes that that have performed such of ?
seem the product of artistic delirium the race daring the past Marion Farm Sheriff Gordon States The -
while to be an editor? cniy {
tremens or the poorly paid advertise- time will not permitIn Attorney Aflred, Circuit Judge Bul- cue 01 t

ments of some cheap patent meiidne I closing; permit me call at my office some lock. States ttorney- Iect Davis, Rep- r and Bifioiisnes '
Jr.)" judgment the great there a desk gaily deco Sistrunk and others "
or whiskey house One engraving may resentative many that is
decide an eternal destiny. day & for the strong, the largest potatoes tur who were on hand to see that there pleasant, natural

I did not select this subject of "Ed- editor who has opinions oranges limes and was nothing lacking to give the Florida &; 3- and safe is } a.r .

itorial Responsibility In the Matter of editor who has the grown in the county. editors a good time in the "Brick
Public Morals" and: so I am going to and the grit to stand by while to be an editor?" "

tell you right here tonight in a spirit tions. : ask Hon. W. A. Rus- City.
The pleasant interesting tripsto tvt:9ILLS
of truth what I honestly conceive to This age of '
: H. A. McKenzie: of Silver Springs and to Palmetto
be one of the greatest evils of the age tremendous pressure
and in this connection let me imploremy this day of fierce J. H. Humphreys, of Stock Farm and the Marion Farm will AND TCNIC PELLETS
brother editors to give me, credit great financial centers ; Hon. E. Matthews, of i have our attention in some future issue

for honesty of purpose rather than brilliant achievements A. P. Jordan of Punta of the Democrat-Live Oak Democrat The Fills stir the lazy liver to -

criticism for criticism's sake. to still greater victories incidentally CoL Bittinger, f

The present day immorality Is largely tors who are true to the CONDITION OF THE TURPENTINE action-the Tonic Pellets dean -'tall

due to the spread of intemperance who will condemn wrong while to be an editor?" MARKET., impurities cut of the body i
The dealer in 'rum Is hard pressed by foe editors in whom warmhearted and cordial I

all classes in society. The church of life runs deep and strong ,the Press Associa- A Bad Week-A Drop in Spirits and so that the liver and all the

the living God has long: ago excludedhim. neither brag nor run, of the I'
people of Ocala we 'Rosins. -
Our great fraternal societies have not for sale, and hate other organs act properly. I / KS
but to give
one answer
barred their doors against him. He Is as the devil is said to 0'F '
question. This has been a bad week for naval ; 'iJ
crowded out of business and society ter.If
circles and left to roam as an outcast, we keep Lowell's a few minutes to a ser- stores. The tendency throughout the -

the better element everywhere disowning always in mind that (,u of the subject as- week has been downward. without a No Griping 1:

him' and still our newspapers are "Life is a leaf of paper I would say that the an- single exception. No week recentlyhas J!:...", No Pur i"'l. I' i' '"'
filled with, advertisements of his' liquid i Whereon each one of us ; ; entirely on the founda- brought so pronounced a loss in --- 'U' i .

damnation. The saloon is a relic I His word or two, and that actuate us in our rosins as this one has, and unfortunately It <

of barbarism, and but for -the greed night* I be an editor is a great the end does not yet seem to j,':t acorsaos .."....1. "... .... :
that many have i for money, it would be we shall strive to W M.ll. ColS'"P s, ,
privilege but that great have been reached. No one is doing
sent back to the pit from whence it to a higher standard of I 0 -ssnse Tireatc -

came. stimulate men to seek glory are dmmed.unless. any predicting now and the trade generally -..st which, crrtr f$2$ ;.1
to bear of sin- is"' to what '
goodness rather than gold a spirit merely waiting see
If a thief or burglar enters my home to cure.
by night and steals my property, and learn the lesson taught and tolerance. If the will come next Late Saturday afternoon z tz

if I should call for help, the city mar- turies ago that he is the be made to realize the truth there was an advance on palesof Special! Offer.

shal and the police force would be at I serves the best. statement of John S. Mc- 10 cents on some of the sales, but : j

my command. My neighbors would "Finally brethren Minneapolis !Journal that to offset this there were further losses Cut the"Little Doctor" out i

rally in bringing that thief to justice. are true whatsoever : of the newspaper of on some medium and lower grades so and null to us, with the }it

This is right. A saloon may be open- whatsoever things are he other great forces and that the improvement could hardly be name cf ycnr druggist and .t
ed in town,-enter the sacred things are pure, .
my precincts yxmuyhaveaWeek s Treatment -
at work for the benefit of considered. Present values are much
of the home, take its brightest lovely whatsoever things ot the Pills and Pellets -
- that of sympathetic co-op below those cf last at this time :
report if there be any year .
and best son and daughter make them with trer cosiplinsits.Ramon's. '
drunkards or a drunkard's wife. The there be any praise, there will be attained- but still show up considerably better

police power of the state is asked to things. will be far-reaching in solv than two years ago at this time. Brownie Calendar-Free

# protect the home but they say that-the one of the problems Nearly every day this week brought with
: Weather Forecasts and AtTm&e informa
saloon must run to get revenue to pave i Chattanooga Spring day.. Sincerity and changes in rosin quotations, and at purchase cf Ramon Liver Piils and Tccis Pellets.o:1. Given with your first

our streets and to light our cities. In of purpose and determi- the close yesterday the prices showed _

order that the saloon may run somebody's : Special to the Ocala "a square deal" to all in. declines for the week of 35 cents on grown Manufacturing Company. .;
St. Louis.Mo. Greene
boy must become a drunkard Chattanooga, Tenn., the requisites before an waterwhite, 40 on windowglass N, 35onM,48onKI,55on.H,65onGTO
and somebody's daughter must becomea
drunkard's wife. Will not the peo- is the opening da yof conscientiously give an af- SOLD BY TYDINGS & CO MPANY, OCALA, FLORIDA.

festival of which the question propounded. on F, 60 on E 40 on D-A. Generally __ .
ple of Florida aided by the press, put the
upon the statute books some law by preparations have been I. cannot refrain from speaking, the decline for the week averaged .

which a man's family may be protected tribute to my brothers of $1 a round barrel, taking all

from the ravages of the saloon, the last month or two. The five years of my resi grades into consideration.At .
equally strong with that which says visitors from all.,parts of have seen a marked no time last year after May 11 House Wine Roonjs. '

that we shall have protection from congregating; here and In the newspapers of the were pale rosins as low as they are .

. .: thieves and burglars? already crowded. The would not be fair to partic- now. Even in the slump they did not
Just word about patent medicine will last
a all the week,
there is so much true get to present prices. Unfortunately
advertisements and I am done with this
opened this afternoon '
it only just to say that the conditions last season were so abnor- TRY OUR
part of my subject When I see a mobile '
parade ia whi-- is evi- mal that it is ,
newspaper, especially a religious paper five spirit everywhere : practically an Impossibility : 1.-
advertising Mrs. WInslow's SoothIng motar cars, with a lofty tone and to establish any comparisons

Syrup, the principle Ingredient of and filled with beautiful that cannot but make its that mean anything. With the battle

which Is opium which is sold In some take part. The parade,\ r good. royal that was then oa, with the market OLD LlEGHANY
countries labelled "poison." and which by the Ir.ayor.and city :
; "Is it worth while to in an ,unnatural state during con-
is working untold harm to hundredsof night the festival show ?" and add "in Florida" I siderable of the time prices failed to .
thousands of little children who are Olympia Great etI '
say every newspaper man really reflect any genuine state of the
dosed with it; when I see double column made this year tJ make
nce will respond with a consuming market
advertisements of Hood's, Ayer's.and the
which park atractive. One "Yes." We have a won In spirits turpentine as ia rosins: the
other sarsaparillas etc.
contain a heavy percentage of alcohol. interesting features ia with wonderful resources declines the last week or so have failedto PURE RYE i

Fig Syrup Pe-ru-na Uquozone.: and farm which was developed. The editors have stimulate the American trade into : it i
St Louis
other advertisements of the same exposition: and :: and useful service in ac- heavy buying. Orders are reported t

character interspersed with bargains ed so much attention. what we see oa: every side. by brokers as meagre and inquiries ,
hymn books and Bibles for the savin? be a large spectacular jj
before us an ever broaden- as not very promising. When
S ;j of men's souls then I am almost convinced more than sixty Put 4
of duty. With growth and the decline came there was a tendencyto Qts
that if there is no hell there part up j
3 ., enlarged responsibilities bay especially as the market quickly .
should be one created at once. The
most interesting I'S must fall the duty showed new strength but as there
I am not like my good friend. Past will be in j
row the Red Cartoons
\ President McBeath. who so eloquently the 0 wise and conservative ad- have been two or three declines now in
evening when
portrayed the evils of the times and se\ the editor's privilege to as- succession consumers seem to have de-

told in a tone of despair of the increase members of the order, those causes: which dided to further test the market Dur- Delivered

v of crime In a very able paper read at dians, will march single their object the welfare of: ing the present week It dropped to at your

our last annual session. the brilliantly lighted people. The next few years 57 1-4 cents again, and at that price ;
I believe that we are living under city of Olympia park '
working out of a grand the offerings were reported to havebeen Express Office
very bright skies. Of all the centuries, Men will conduct a "
education and, what is also cleaned up late yesterday (Fri-
this is the best century and of all the The Knights of
: the building of a day) afternoon.
years of the century this is the best their big
year. 'Although I may speak of griefs parade on state highways. It will take For two or three days there is said
The Industrie
and wrongs it Is with'a full belief that noon. thought and study to solve to have been an offer on the marketof For $3.20.
will be of the
one most
x- there is a power in the newspapers of these and other issues 57 cents, and accordingly the down- 11
tures of the festival
America that can cure anything and come up for solution ward tread for the week would have ,

everything. This world is very much on Thursday morning me: "la it worth while to brought up at that point anyway.
what we make it The most of the pected that between "
? I "Yes. Probably the fact there
answer: was such a bid
things of this life may be set to music. onehundred floats .. lead to its Regular $1.00 !
cleaning up at a quarter a Quart for
but the editor sometimes gets the various Industrial lines Pettigrew says: "A cent higher.-Savannah Naval Stores Whiskey; write
wrong tune and( sings Windham when will take. part in the
standing for government
he ought to set things to the glorious Review.. Complete Price list ; -
parade. The coronation of railroads and for the re- ;
music of Coronation. Happy the man
that even under leaden skies looks for distribution of prizes to will in all probability come It is while you are patiently toiling .>

the blossoming bouquet: helpful and ful owners of the floats and carry the day against at the little tasks of life that the

Inspiring the editor who fills his edi- in the evening Friday republicans and democrats meaning and shape of the great whole Ocala House

"' torial columns with the thought that tary day with a fancy presidential election. Al- of life draws upon you. It is while Wine ooms..OCALA

in & world where there is so much Twelfth Cavalry and something to fool the people. you are resisting little temptationsthat .

e beauty and order we should not complain ture. Every night the to the "old time religion" you are growing stronger.

/ but press on to higher and better brilliantly Uuminated. .- -irty. Phillips Brooks. FLORIDA.. 11

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p.;.;':.,.:t. Of the 'Condition of the City of Members of Cemetery Assoc ation. Florence Walters entertained: at CAPITAL, ,

-!\ J v little party last night in $50,000.00
Ocala. and Parties Interested in Lotsin a erypretty
,,Mgrs..Mathews and Light are now honor of her cousin Miss Cornell I
Cemetery.The ,. ,' ..
,,"" "''
lie. '
the "campaign # -
j pf-busy nailing The finance committee presented a Dunn, of Atlanta, Ga. President T. T. Munroe. ...'.,-iJ;; f :;e. ",
', : ,. ... .
Tragardand her two lit- report at the meeting of the council ladies are making every effort After a few games and music at the Vice-President Z. C. Chambliss. ? .< "' ,'. {
Eo P.E
fl Ms daughters will visit Reddick today. ; Tuesday night, accompanied: by financial to thoroughly clean up the walks, house, the guests all went loan to the Cashier, J. B. Brooks.

statement, showing that the city drives and grounds and find troublein Anti-Monopoly Drug Store where ,delicious I
jNjflw NellIe Anderson is visiting Mrs. could safely appropriate sufficient ,securing labor, and that which is refreshments were served.

Neely at bcklawaha station. money to retire $10,000 of the general to be had is expensive. Therefore, we :Miss:! Walters was assisted in entertaining -

bond Issue, and that said 510,000 of urge those who have not paid their her guests by :Miss Sylvester.

)liss'Iita. Camp will acompany Mr.SjaJJrs. bonds could,be bought at $109.75. They membership dues ($1 per year), or the Those present were: Miss Carrie I
R. A. Burford to Annapolis recommended the purchase, as it would amount for keeping their section or Pelot Miss Beth Liddell, Miss Mar- CENTRALNATIONAL ,

,;today: decrease the amount necessary for lots in good order ** remit at once to guerite Porter, :Miss Frances Chambers -

sinking fund and interest, $1.000 a treasurer and get 'receipt for same, Miss Mary Burford, Miss Lucile OF OCALA,

''-JtOadmater Jolly was In Ocala year, and was the most advantageous as money is needed to do the work. Standley, :Miss Jessilu Martin, :Miss
:'wednesday, and was registered at. the Investment that under the lathe Again, if money is not 'handed Pin, Alta Pearson, Miss Adele Bittinger; ,

) o9ular Montezuma. sinking fund could be used for. we cannot keep up the lots that are Messrs. Mala Haughton, Marion Pe -
t The council authorized the appro- marked' as we pay the gardener lot Charles Flippin, Ben Todd, Heron
IW the city council ins
congratulate -
priation of so much money from the monthly. Todd Jim Taylor, Holmes Waiters
, ;,<:jfrtng the people of Ocala a day curijrent.Thts .- general fund as' added to the sinking These suggestions are In ail kind- Harry Walters.Dr. J. K. Christian. R. S. Hall

Is'a step forward. fund would make up the amount nec- ness made, and we hope they will -- Geo. Mackay T. T. Munroe

essary to retire $10,000 of the general touch a responsive chord, and then and Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith 'Give H. A. Ford Z.. C. Chambfss.'au .

';, ,Mrs,:Frederick T. Schreiber has is- bonds, and instructed the .finance committee shall not have to call attention againto Elegant Luncheon.At .
'eyed cards tor an "At Home" for Friafternoon ,
- In conjunction with the bond the subject.By .
to meet Mrs T. Pictor&JFw'8tteTbirty '
461 trustees, to take the necessary action order of the... Pre'3h!ent. their beautiful home on Camp __55 ;snnr

,;)!ulo\!. lor the purchase of the bond Heights, Dr. and Mrs. Dan Morgan

"; odd head-of stock The following is the statement sub- Mrs. Carney Entertains for Misses Smith gave an elegant luncheon Tpes-

-csttle and 3000 sour orange' seedings mitted. 'by the finance committee: Hatchett and Scott. day evening. ROBINSON, Pres. : .

, fro1 S-4 to 1 inch in diameter. Write Statement of financial condition,'of There were covers laid for sixteen. S. H. BLITCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER, A st Mgr.
Fla. 62t I Mrs. E. L. Carney gave a charming .
I].ock Box.7, Boardman. the city of Ocala June 1, 1906, and The house was elaborately, decorated GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller.
fe musical! Wednesday afternoon in honorof
rtrMr. estimate of receipts and expendituresfor with plants and flowers and it was a
| .W. D. Graham Southern Express :Miss Louise Scott and her attractive -
balance of year, showing that $10- most sumptuous and enjoyable affair.
iricute agent stationed at Asheville, N. guest, Miss Mary: Lou. Hatchett of .
975 safely be appropriated for The following are the names of those
;0was' in Ocala Wednesday. He Ispert' may West Palm Beach. Mrs. Carney, with The Strong Hold the s
purchase of $10,000 of the general bond present:
t much in love with Asheville andmitts Miss Scott and Miss Hatchett receivedin
;.-, issue: Mr. and :Mrs. R. A. Burford Mr.: and .
the haIl.
June 1-Cash 'balance.... ...$31,264.35 :Mrs. G. T. :Maughs, Mr. and Mrs. William -
The hostess was attractively gownedIn
\'JI, ordinary monthly income Anderson; Mrs. Meginny, Mrs. E.
and Average
H. C. Groves son
Mr. and Mrs. white, and the honorees looked winsome COMMERCIAL BANK
Wednesday for Pablo for 1905, outside ad M. Gregg Mrs. D. C. Edwards, Mrs.:
Benry, in dainty pink and blue frocks.
'fora few days. Mrs. Groves and valorem tax,' was $666-7 Kate Taylor, :Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Cha- ,
.each Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Rkeinauer received -
= eanrwill leave for Georgia In a few months at $666............. 4,662.00 zal, :Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Knight Dr. and OCALA '
which FL0.
= In the parlor, was prettily ii
Mrs. Dan Morgan: Smith.
da jS to be absent for several months. decorated in cut flowers.
; Total available funds to end .
Misses Scott, Hatchett and Bullock '
1_' .)Alas Lillian Thagard Is In Jasper of 1906 ..... .... ...........$35,926.35 which Card of Thanks. 'I Has .
sang several solos very sweetly, Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced -
her cousin, Miss Marie Tha- Expenditures to End of Year.
iT1ating added much to the pleasure of the The Daughters of the Confederacy
;'gard:She will return In about ten days Westinghouse Electric Co....$ 7200.00
'f' evening hereby tender cordial thanks to the
&Dd her cousin, will return with her., Harrisburg Machine Co. .... 1000.00 by' its Large and Increasing
Misses Sylvester, Rogers, Hatchettand ministers who took part In the memo-

". Charles V. Balance Construction of elec- Pelot gave several readings and rial service at the Baptist church, J
:Messrs. P. R. Lester and tric Light Plant....... ..,. 500.00 Business.
of recitations, much to the merriment of June 3; to the Ocala Rifles who actedas
"hustlers. were
f Millertwo Ocala's Repairs, fire hall....... ..... 1,740.00Chemical Bullock '
business the guests. Misses Matthews and escort to the gray-haired veterans;
,:in Tampa Wednesday on a fire engine......... 650.00
'-"'-. rendered piano solos that called to the veterans for attendance; to Miss
1-t-1'jp; : Bond Interest... ........ ..... 1,850.00Seven
forth hearty en cores. Wartmann as organist; to Mrs. John

months ordinary expenses After the guests were so delightfully son. Mrs. Lapham, the Baracca class, --
: ;Mr-Tt A. Mitchell and little daughter rate as 1905,
at same
,. entertained with songs and readings and others who assisted with the mu-
.cameSpi: from Bellevlew Wednes- $1450 per month..... ...... 10150.00 served.'
delicious refreshments were sic; to all who gave flowers, especially
:, day',1gr.a few hours; shopping. Mrs.: Outstanding scrip, June 1,... ,156.51 Those who enjoyed this pleasant to ,Mrs. Strunk for an elegant floral ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND BEST VALUES IN
in few days for a
? .Mttchell leaves afternoon were Mesdames Scott and piece; and to all others who assistedin
'visit to her parents at Lakeland. She 23246.51
Rheinaur., Misses: Mary Lou Hatchett, any way to make the service beautiful -
,' irfll also visit Green Springs In Hills- SHOES
: the honoree; Louise Scott Fanny Rog- and memorable. Thanks are also
", dew weeks before retnrning I
> 12679.84
boro county
ers, of Aiken, S. C.; Edward Dozier, tendered to the Star and Banner for

; home. Amounts necessary to take up Grace Hatchell, Caro Liddon, Pauline printing notices and complimentary'rewrts. .

bonds........ 10975.00 -
; $10,000 general Sullivan Mary: DeCottes, of Jackson- -,SEE]
i 1 r. Robert Fore, who It will be remembered -
ville; Alice Bullock, Annie
Ii}..> was hot at Belleview some Cash balance exclusive of ad Leafy Sylvester, Thomas Walters, Held for Murder.
.11: ',weeks In a rage riot and who has been valorem tax for 1906, Jan- Alice Carlisle Dora Mae Vogt Eva ASTERS

Jn' a hospital In this city ever since, uary 1, 1907........ .......$ 1704.84 Dun Evelyn Pelot. The coroner's jury found that Albert
amputated last night, blood
bad his leg
--- i Mishon, whose killing was reported m .
cribAnti: Cornmeal Buttercakes. Rev. James P. DePass, who Is now these columns yesterday, came to his ..

: : Stationed at Arcadia passed through
death at the hands of Gertrude Jor-
Three cups of meal. wherehe A Complete line for'Menof '
Ocala yesterday from Jasper, dan. Themurde'r occurred near the
The old court house is being rapidly One cup of flour. had been on a visit to old friends.He city market Tuesday.night. The par- Edwin Clapp's Oxfords '

,,':, C tm uhed. The walls are unusually Two eggs. had also been to the laying of the ties are colored. The woman stabbedthe 5 "'. and High Shoes, at

'thick The contractors wanted some One teaspoon of soda. cornerstone of the new court house at man with a keen-bladed pocket 5s a, ..V

..'one- yesterday with a "pull" to help One teaspoon of salt. Bronson. He said there was a large knife. She inflicted.but one wound. The

:topple.it, and Messrs. George Mathews A tablespoon of lard. crowd of people there, and the biggest trouble arose from jealousy on the part =_ $6.00 and $7.00

: and L. S. Light"were sent for, but both I Three cups of buttermilk, or you can and most magnificent dinner he had I of the woman.A .

,'j decided they did not have "pull"I use sweet milk and baking-powders, ever seen anywhere. He was charmed' 5 A Shoe worthy of its re-

|.t 6u5k-Tuesday's 'daIly. leaving out the lard. If these are too with Governor Broward's speech. Saysit Little Hot Shot.In putation.B. .

,t showed the full, weel-rounded man
.! in little more milk. '
thick put a
;3IrtlHarry, P Johnson, of Floral Dissolve the soda in warm 'vater. and was delivered very effectively and answer to false reports being circulated & P "Korrect Shape"in

|City,' Citrus county is a guest at the Grease the griddle and fry quickly. forcefully. Mr. DePasSf who is a good to-wit: guaranteed Patent Colts

'Ocala House. He is largely interested judge of men says that Broward is a First. I am not a qualified voter. and Kids. Also in Velours
f:in the mining of phosphate and gives Picnic Notice. wonderful man and is adding grace Second. That I am not a tax payer. eta; Gunmetal. Box Calf and Vici

:> hopeful outlook of the dndustry. That dignity to the gubernatorial chair Third. I am a chronic office-seeker. Kids.

_'tie;'price Js' better"now than it has The train will leave promptly at land To the first I refer them to Mr. +

|.l lean In years, and the indications are 7:30 this morning for East Lake Weir. Off for Gainesville.The Ferguson or the registration books. ft' '

-chat, the prices will continue to get To make the trip across the lake In Ocala baseball team left' for Second. I have always been a tax !. $3.50 and $4.00 :

better; A rainbow of hope, indeed. due time It is absolutely necessary to Gainesville over the A. C. L. Wednes- payer. When I returned to this country :

seems. to overspread the whole state start promptly on time. Therefore the day afternoon chaperoned by popular 1901. I had with me and invested $13- .

"fFlorlda and every industry is en- managers have resolved to order the Postmaster Crom. 000, and when I bought my home my The Drew-Selby Shoe for WO )en.

:.oonrsghhg. ... train to leave at ,the hour,above named. They expect to return on the morn- wife asked me to give it to her. At

.." Don't send in for "special favors," for ing train. that time I owed nothing and could Received Shipment of Patent Colt
Just a Pumps at $3.00
<) "1Ir Zewadsklt is very much charmsd It is impossible to grant them. The Those who compose the team are the not foresee that I would lose money

';vffithe- reception he. received at barge at East Lake is perfectly sound, following: Harry Bullock, John Pelot, invested, so it was not bought in her Oxfords and Gibson Ties from $2.00 to $3.00.

,& 'ingfieH. HI. by the members of the but it will require two nIps
.,btr.?hey have extended to him a cor- the crowd.: Goode, Fred Vjigt, Frank Harris Tom we owe a' few debts she will join with The Shoe That Fits the Foot and Pocketbook Too.

r tel.welcome, and be was made to"feel Barnes Nathan Peyser and Willie me in selling it to anyone we owe for 3

!trf much ..encouraged.. Springfield is Picnic at Lake, Weir Today. Wilson. one-third of what It cost to build the STYLE COMFORT .,t SERVIC

:$ ;'Vppwing city, 'and while the popula- house.
L\ W. Moore and ,Mr; V. Baxter W. L. Ditto will be among ARE ITS
",: i is now only 50,000, it is, believed Rev. Capt. Third. I am not chronic office QUALITIES.

tat .H trill double Its population in a Cam returned yesterday from Lake those who will accept Kentucky's hos- seeker. I have never asked the peopleof

,' f'ftl'1: few years His Ocala friends exSjsct Weir, where they went to complete all pitality .and will be there on June 13, Marion county to vote for ne for
arrangements for the picnic to- the date set apart for the great home- H. B MASTERS
;: to hear a good report of him and the : any position that carried with it a

-. 9pe that he will at 1ea.st'grace theAnt's day., The train will leave Ocala at 7:30'this gathering. It'is expected to be the r salary. I have only sought those places .:: : ,_ :' :- --- :-'. ..::: ,-':''-..:;. -:"- --" .:.: .'- -. .'

; if :not the gubernatorial chair. morning, arriving at Eastlake greatest day in the. history of the I where one could hope to gain honors. -
I about an hour later. At this point' a "Blue Grass State." The governor
much pressedmy
Such reports show how
;\Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford; accom- launch with barge attached will meet From his high seat, has issued a proc- opponent and his friends are.

1ed Miss Mary and transfer them across lamation requesting everyone born in
.i ,by their children. the crowd They know very well that it is not '
)i tord,. Masters Wiley Burford Sam the lake to the old Chautauqua Kentucky to return on the date named true-those who are telling such

Barfcrd: and little Agnes Burford, will grounds one of the prettiest and most and show their loyalty and love for Its things-and I hope my explanation will Ocala Furniture Conpny.

"" **vetoday; for Annapolis Md., to wit- suitable places for holding. a picnic.' sacred soil and traditions and prom- show every honest man In the county

:_n the graduation of Mr. R. A. Bur- that could be found in many days'travel ising that the latch-string will hang. what tow means are resorted to by ,

Ir. who ia'a student at the Acad- All arrangements have been on the outside of every home. Captain those who wish my defeat. I am sure
be the day a thoroughly Ditto has not been back there since # :
T -After his graduation he will made to make
of Marion will
the democrats
.j ,missloned a midshipman and ear- enjoyable one and it Is thought a large 1864 when he was a prisoner of war. that stand by the one who stood by them There is Nothing Too Good For You. .. :

..l7 h* October will start for China on crowd will attend. We Mope that he will have the time when there was no hope of reward,

:a 'y.yews- cruise. of his life. those That's a broad statement but it h Ids good for'you will sorely regret -
who in
and will DOt take up one
.I" < Young Man Peyser. furniture. Now that does
buying cheap not mean that
.:.w hope of Ocala will creep in, even when Gubernatorial Possibilities. dark days called hhnself a republican.Mr.
the good citizens Errors
exhorbitant price f or goods
Light is now a democrat but then should pay an your and if you would
-iU ..., in. Boys"give is exercised. Yesterday'sBanner -
ar mind that the "Blind care
., greatest there is nothing to gain by being in know where yotf can get the best goods at lower prices than you '
:'w their entertainment at mentioned diaries Peyser'sbirthyear In certain sections of the state
who other parties in this s ate. In regardto are paying some other place.Smith.

tvAgiven this performance in Mteand knows the urbane and energetic cigar Ocala Banner, are already boominghim his published affidavit about vot-

-::: ., other places, and it is! pro'iotd man will understand that he is ten for governor, and some of them ing for negroes I will say Biblically,

il '43 something wonderful. Let'sspecial younger than this would indI- declare that he will consent to make "That the wicked fleeth when no man .
years pursueth." Wehave. said that he wasa & Roberts .
effort to give them a cate-that .the sun of but fifty-three the race.
when ,
vea. at a .every
;bS 'ha.11. summers has shined upon him. lthe successor Governor Erow-
true to
The Banner hastens to repair Its error ard several prominent democrats have white man should have stood will taks pleasure in showing yo. the best goods at the lowest

*v Raymond B. Bullock, who has of inaccuracy been mentioned, among whom arc: his own race and we reiterate thatstatement price Everything in the furnl ure line at consistent prtce&t

r'M Orlando for the past week, Park M. Trammell of Lakeland; E. S. -
overthe county -
: *? returned home. He was defending Died in the Hospital. Crill, of PaJatka; R. Hudson Burr of It is being circulated -

& O abeUa convict guardswho had Cocoanut Grove; N. A. BUtch, of Levy that I am a citizen of Citrus coun- THE OCALfl HOUSE
home and CAfEThe
there. My
;: ,iudkted for manslaughter. The Mr. Robert Fore who was woundedat county;. Jefferson Browne of Key ty. I am employed and suchstatements
in this county,
the parties are Harman F- Belleview about a month ago and West; J. N. C. Stockton, of Jacksonville furniture..are
captain of the guards, and had his leg amputated Monday night ; T. At Jennings ol Pensacola; W. can only injure those r dining room of the Ocala House

> There time Tuesday night. He j J, Tucker, of Ft. Pierce; Frank Adams, make them. I expect to continue to reside will be kept open through the summer
Lowry Wa assistant. died some
> and known
and taxes here.I Mail as the Ocala 'qnnse Cafe.
in this county pay Education
flees, a great deal said in the made a brave fight for life, but could cf Jasper; Cromwell Gibbons of, Jacksonville to work because I could by The cafe 'W1U.be a la carte, but a special -

'paptra about the management of not, beat back the "grim reaper" ; and A T. Williams of Fer- went there at So b 7tag tome at employment to get an ed rate will be made to regular
feel- .. nJ.ndll'\a.-Lake1and News. not find at the time employment CSiIaa.Wb.ze eW1 pare neeo datgatihomssong boarders by the week. 'The usual and
romps unfriendly
and much
at their home. AriUunetki Ateebra, Geomettr.BrammM well known excellence of the Ocala
party ,
Walters a
been i aroused against the pris- Miss gave that Mr ,Ebttorle 8flH>ffBl.( HtetMy.Tattn.eta, House dining room will be maintained,
I, in getting a sentence foEted'assault" residence; on South Third street last The laxative effect of Chamberlain's ,1 find upon investigation TIa..... y Taa iitkj)(aU. Teaches.opeesesamiagnoe&1Oyn .tided and the public ia assured of the.bestthere
her cousin Stomach and Liver Tablets is so Light was the republican manager at I odoooeKCWalocua "
to is for the table.
night complimentary HL1lE9PnlatteFle, For weekly
Instead of "manMr. tree,ddteaBl I.
natural that do
agreeable and so you he need not run from the rates and further
Cornell Dunn who will leave today Reddick; so .\ articulars call oa
r' Bullock feels that he Miss nnt re"ze it ts the effect of a medi- MATHEWS or write C. M, Whitesides Manager.
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One of many in that section
If the profound' viciousness of the :'A new $60,000 court house, a fine Some time ago The Penaacola Jour- What They Are Doing in the Land of who! .

lawlessness that has been sugarcoatedwith the Grapefruit and Pine. make a fortune this se sln.
government building (in prospect), the
HARRIS, Editor.P. nal evinced a very strong desire to
the term "lynch law" :needed an News from Fort Lauderdale 13
V. Leavtngood, Bunou Manager. erection o.l. several fine dwellings two know who it was putting up'the moneyto
object lesson that lesson has been produced I Oak Hill potato shippers have been the busy shipping- son is about over:

in the" case of the lynching at artificial stone st ra'\, Ocala is making : fight Governor Broward's drainage getting good returns. 7 Everybody has plenty of the hard ;

Springfield, Mo.. which recently distressed some progress despite the discriminating proposition. Cantaloupes are still moving 'in carload and good bank accounts the eea "

the friends of order and justice :freight rates against which she is We now. learn to our surprise, upon lots from Anthony. having.been. profitable one. _

r the country over. compelled to struggle. what appears tobe good authority, Heavy rains have been of much benefit The bean season has been

ti After a thorough investigation of the Put on a level wIth the seaport cities that shortly after The Banner undertook : to the Indianola cringe crop. profitable for Martin truck gro fS

events which led up to and culminated she could easily outstrip them all be- to meet the Pensacola Journal on I A young business man of Ocala proposes The prices have been good and eves

in the hanging and burning of the cause she has* a rich back country to Its own ground that the editor the to set out a 500-adre pecan grove. those that ship so late as now area

three negroes by a mob, the grand hold up her hands. Journal was duly furnished with a Orange trees at Geneva are lookingfine. getting about vas much is the earl

jury has just made Its report It !s' the Some day she will have justice done complete list of the gentlemen who are I There will be a 'fair crop there shippers.At .

report that drives home the lesson of her and when this time shall come it "putting up" their money to protect i this season. | Lantana M. Benson Lyman reports -.'

the case. will be entirely better for the railroads. what they conceive to be their rights i Again cantaloupes ari on the break- that they shipped 450 crates ot.

First of all, the grand jury finds that Why? Because the railroads must han and that Ire has not as :yet seen his I fast table-good old Florida. melons- fancy tomatoes from, a one and Qne:.:

0 two victims of the lynching, Duncan dle all the outgoing and Incomingf way clear to give' this information to well netted-especially! netting the half acre patch before they shipped &:;-

and Coker, were not guilty of the Jghta to all .int rior towns. There the public. grower' nice little pJIe. crate of choice and returns have been;.

crime of which they were accused. The will be absolutely no division with This fact is significant, and there is Ten carloads of tomatoes were very fair. "':: <

evidence secured, and it was complete, railroaderome more behind It. Why, let us ask. shipped fro mPIant Ciry one day last Mr. Pinner, of Haines City, has re-i :J

shows it was impossible for them tc should the Penaacola Journal, If it was week. << cently shipped a ton ol cabbage, and

Motto The Banner, believing thoseat have made the alleged attack upon against interior towns they stand very so anxious to know the truth conceal A new Industry is about to be start- he has on hand about 1,500 pounds ::

Mrs. Mina Edwards, because the assault much in their own light the truth offered to it? which he will dispose of
the top well able to take care of when it was ed near Homestead In| the raising of more soon. Hal;

themselves., has taken its stand in the could not have occurred later The question answers itself. bananas for, market. '|' has:: also a large crop of onions which"fare :

than 9:30 o'clock on the night of April Rash Senator Beveridge. As Pensacola bas to the delicious H
barricades with the common people our contemporary L T. Hodge went to omez last fall equal Berdudas, |

12.. and the two negroes were at work seen fit to ignore this reply to its in- knowing nothin gof tomato farming, Reports from different grove owners,!f fare
and its fight will be made for the bet. "It simply provides, said Senator
for a transfer company that night and. uendoes The Banner takes pleasure in yet he has made $400 %n acre on his that the oranges are dropping very ;
torment of those at the bottom. Beveridge, referring to his bill for the
did not leave their duties until 10 : referring a statement that should long first planting. f badly, and that there will be smaller
inspection of meat handled in Inter-
I. ., o'clock. have appeared In the state : this than last. The J
state commerce "that the American ago press Too much rain just now will be none crop year grapefruit !

FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1906. Again, the jury doubts that Mrs. Edwards .' too good for the pineapples,' as It will are still holding to the trees and j
shall know that he ia getting as good
r was assaulted by anyone. It This statement from the undersigned make them too soft ind watery to a: good crop is anticipated. ;|
meat as the foreigner, who Is well .
.The thermometer performed stunts cites her unsavory reputation as pro- representative citizens of 'the drainage stand shipping. j' H. D. Allison, of :Miami, the commls-
tected under the laws. It seems to me
yesterday also. among the substantial grounds for the district is an appeal to the people of There are 100 acres ff watermelons sion broker; who is now located at I\
that our home :people are entitled to
belief that her story was a fabrication Florida for relief from the Intolerable planted at Montclalr and 300 In the Coleman: represents several of tie .1
the that is
same protection given the
}.Ir. J. 'N.'C. Stockton lets his friend Thus, in a nutshel, the sequel proves injustice of the present drainage law section around Leesburg. largest and strongest cOmrn.ssitJ-1:
foreign consumer of .products.
Editor: Codrington down easy. that a howling gang deprived two men and also a warning to them to guard Two cars of watermelons were loadedat houses- the country, and has been.'."
There must be some mistake about
of the protection of the taw, and Innocent themselves against the danger that Bowling Green lase week for the shipping a great deal of produce from>
this. And yet, there ft is, In black
4 y Madrtd'tremble**for ' and white, a word in behalf of the
the king and ,queen of Spain.: .. hanged and tortued: them.. Now that proposed drainage constitutional. son. The Worcester Poultry Association .:i
American consumer, and from a
republican -
.. the victims, are dead, it. develops that United States amendment. Reports from Baiting Hollow, L. L, has been formed at Worcester Masa: )
senator, too.
The Tampa Globe heavy-weight: hasa the courts would have established their Senator Beveridge Is laying himself Walter S. Graham Miami;. :M. A. are that the. potatoes are coming up to exhibit poultry and all stock; capital .

way all his own of collecting bills. innocence had they had the trial they Marshall. Dania, Dade county Fla nicely. There is some complaint of potato $2,000: President Walter D. Rose; .J
to criticism in
open expressing himself
were entitled to under the constitu- C. T. McCarty, Fort. Pierce, St Lucie bugs. treasurer, "William H. Filton; clerk 1
so bluntly in favor of such a creature.It .
Nearly every member-elect to the tion. As for the third man burned on is an innovation which is just county; Fla. During the last 30 days the bank has Frederick Midgley, all of Worcester j

legislature is a candidate for speaker. that night of April 14,. he was seized to as T. :M. :Murphy, E. L. Lesley, Kissimmee paid over $180,000 to the. truckers at Nearly all of the Hastings grower
shock the
apt himself
and lynched wholly in order that the Osceola county, Fla. Plant City, .the larger part of which have dug their potato crops, but there :j
to scandalize the
The dehiocrats of Tennessee .have mob might have material on which it Washington. The august sovereigns of T. O. Parker It!. B. King, W. W. was for tomatoes. are some small scattering patches,-'..:!
nominated Hon. Malcolm Patterson for might feed .still further its appetitefor consumer not Langford J. G. King. R. E. Whidden Sorrento growers have been greatly amounting all to between 25 and Jfr j
used to such remarks, and the august
c v rnor. blood which the earlier anarchyhad sovereigns do not like to have the Arcadia DeSoto county, Fla. favored by copious showers, and melons acres yet in the ground. These, It is :J

whetted. creature mentioned in their Walter G. Langford W. R. Wash- and cantaloupes ore moving alongat feared, were, damaged by last week's :'.

The senate of the United States.has "The lynchers," says the grand juhy, presence. burn T, M.; Lybass, Fort Myers, Lee a rapid rate. I heavy rains.
There is only one normal and accepted
decided that Hon. Reed Smoot of "consisted mainly of a crowd of Irresponsible county, Fla.FLORIDA. Around Baton Rouge,. La, the bean H. L. Reed & Sons of Arch Creek; ;
way to treat a consumer, that is, .,
.. Utah is not entitled to a seat in that drunken men who had no crop has been damaged greatly by a have .shipped to Atlanta a solid carloadof !
if he Is native.. He should be madeto EDITORS LEAVE.
'body} respect for law or for order and no regard -. fungus growth which is giving a great Bermuda onions, the first ever shipped ,
eat the vilest meat to be found in .
for the rights of others, and whc deal of trouble. from the east coast The yield hu't"r:;
the low En Route to the Beautiful
markets: he should be forced to Sap-
Henry L. Coe wil erect .a hotel of took; advantage of the occasion to com- The key pineapple crop is now moving been good considering there was sor >"
pay the highest prices for it; he shouldbe phire Country on Annual Outing.In .
artificial toneto contain. 75 or 85 mit acts of lawlessness that were abso- rapidly and being marketed as fastas much wet weather during the season "

rooms and to cost between $30,000 and lutely barbarous and fieidish and these hunted sequeazed down at every and socked turn; sixty he shouldbe min a special Pullman palace car over vessels ran bring them from the about 500 bushels an acre.-New "Torlc't'

435,000 at Braidentown. acts were nothing more or less than the Southern railway, the "pencil farms to Miami. Produce News.
utes out of evel'Y.hour.. And not onlyin
//I the outward exhibition of their inward pushers" of Florida left lag: night for A farmer at Hastings recently sold
the meat markets but in all
An injunction has been granted- mar- Lefs see. Hon. W. A. Rawla bed'
criminality"As the beautiful Sapphire where his CO acres of Irish potatoes for
of the univeraity kets, stones should be kept : to country *
straining the removal handy
for the sheriff, the grand jury In Tallahassee next to( the home of the >
they will spend several days seeingthe $7.000Yet there are people who persistIn
let fly at his head ,
Lake to he
equipment City comes
declares he failed to take all the pre- sights of that section of the globe. raising 7-cent cotton. governor of the state. He was a candi_',.
Gainesville.. _P. cautions, and to make all the resistance. trim around."do"Hit him him, smash him, plunder John C. Lusk district passenger Tony Masters of Elkton, SL Johns date for the state senate made the : I
brown. That is the
s Governor Broward delivered an address he might have made, successfully in right treatment for him. Almost agent of the Southern railway, in unty, had the honor of shipping the drainage of the everglades the chief::':

at Stetson at the commencement suppressing the mob and -in protectingthe trust any Jacksonville went with the party and first car of Irish potatoes from that issue of his campaign and was sos;i
self-respecting and every virtuous -
exercises which is eliciting very favor.. prisoners of whom he was the lawful of will look after their comforts en route.It county this season.It badly left that he has determined to;-
champion the sacred protec-
custodian. Of the police< depart- wipe the clay of the capital city offj, ,
Able comment tive tariff will tell you this. was indeed a jolly party that assembled has been stated by 'a gentlemanwho

ment, the report says: Down with in the waiting room last evening buys them that the strawberries his feet forever. Rawls was a mighty:"

Is his "Considering: the facts as we have the consumer, anyhow. in Bradford the fin.; good man:: Claude L'Engle Is going
Editor Carter : getting In, revenge What right has he ? before boarding their car. There is grown county are
on Broadway
on' Editor Tom McBeath, .poet them, the police officers must be regarded Plainly Senator no doubt but that the editors of the est grown in the United States.H. to move the plant of the Florida Sun;"

rt .' laureate of the Florida Press associa as culpably lacking in vigilance better have, a care how Beveridge he defends would so Land of Flowers will have a good timeon Gullen of Oak Hill Is In Pompano to Tallahassee and Is bent on the everglades

tion. He Is having the Metropolis cartoon in that' they did not secure pore defi- vulgar and their annual trip.-Times-Union. building a packing house at his pineapple drainage scheme. He had .
insignificant caitiff as an
him in good shape. nite information as .to the lawless intentions American plantation and shipping his better have a care. Folly and oblivi :L.-
r of at least several hundred We want the'people of the Interiorto pines. He expects about'500 crates. is no name for it
And while Senator Beveridge-la
The state of Florida has purchased persons, whO" were round about them, read page 7 of the report of the Reports from Gomez are. that the
solicitous that the home ,
: x&O.OOO of : the $70,000,000 Alabama and from out of whom the mob was consumer of railroad commission of the state of pineapples, though good, are a little The Jasper Banner of Liberty says
meat shall 'have 'as fair
state bonds, the balance, it Is said, formed. treatment as Florida for the year ending March: 1, late. This will give the ;pines a chancr the man who takes an interest in his

7 having been purchased by- small bid- "We further find them lacking In the foreign consumer why should he 1906.: It says that the rates on lumberto to become larger before being shipped. town or community takes off Ws c
single out the home
ders. the discharge of duty in this that not- consumer of meat the seaboard was less than to Interior William Deubel of Ocala has just and does something for it. That is true,;

f- withstanding an urgent appeal for aid from among home consumers generally cities and as there were no special commenced! shipping his tomatoes from yet there is so many who prefer tpI

A Jacksonville. young woman recently was sent by the sheriff to police head- ? Why should he be so disturbed complaints the commission per two and one-half acres. He has a very I keep their coat on and do nothing b* .

won a lawsuit, in Hoboken, N J. quarters only two officers were dispatched because the home consumer of meat mitted thesa discriminations to remain. fine stand and looks for good returns. croak and kick. We have some of them

,whereby she comes In possession of to his assistance and they does not receive as fair treatment as But the interior newspapers musn't George M. Cooper of Sanibel has in Miami and vicinity.News. '_

of $3,000,000. Prosperity the foreign consumer of meat does.
the modest sum never reached the, ja1L"The say a word. They must be mum or be been shipping many watermelons to .
to be striking Florida in all while at the'same time -he zealously An Old Flame.
seems whole affair is"a shocking and accused of being actuated from unpatriotic eastern markets the past three weeks, j g
sorts of upholds a tariff system under which,,
disgusting exhibition of lawlessness or motives. We still contend If and has been receiving good returns
i the home consumers of scores of pro- "Been away from here since 1895;
the part"of the mob and incompetencyapproaching'eriminality there ever was a "barren fig tree" in for them.H. .
of tected product are discriminated hey? .
Congressman: Adams Pennsylvania : on the part of Florida it is the Florida railroad com G. Watson one of the tomato v,.
meet against in favor of the foreign "Thafs what. Say has Mary AnnJohnson
finding himself unable to : certain con-
; the officers whom the people had in- mission. It is as a millstone around kings of Coleman expects to ship from -'
shot himself sumers of those products-Courier- ever changed her name?"
financial obligations trusted with the great duty of defendIng the neck of the interior and is makingits eight to ten cars of tomatoes and from i}:
of whichhe Journal. "Oh yes. She's been Marie Antoinette :
with a pistol, from the effects : !
the law." growth impossible.Mr. present Indications has a small fortuneIn
died at the Emergency hospital, Johnson for some years now." _"
In the light thus thrown' upon this Another "Accidental Discovery. sight.
Philadelphia, on June 1. : George C. Martin a prominent
affair ,there should be no hesitancy The truckers at Fort Lauderdale felt The Ocala Banner office has been .'

t among the high officers of the state of In addition to the many "discoveries" member of the Brooksville bar, was so good over their success with thler equipped with fans but they can only ,
Cannon has once more let In Ocala and that
:Speaker yesterday a
Missouri to bring mob'and traitorous .recently made, we present the follow- says crops this year that they celebratedover be operated at night, as there is no day
know that he is a Casablanca struck Brooks- .
the country I substantial growth has ,
of the law to terms. Every one lowing, from the
agents metropolitan journals it by a basket picnic last week current. However, when that long
of the standpatters. And the ville, and has been steadily going on
; empowered to see that the laws are dated Los Angeles CaL, which and had a good time. Icwked-for day current is turned on W*

'i flames are leaping up all :around him. faithfully executed, from the govern may be Of interest to some. The Ocala for a year past. Real estate has Cullen Pence shipped the first solid hope to be made more comfortable ia ":

-News, Red Wing. Minn. doubled in value and continues to .
should make short shift of the Banner has
down, no facts concerning the carload of pines from Boynton this our den. Mr. Waterson Tucker, the
f The Florida Sun-=didn't-seem to have offenders. The dignity of the law demands matter, simply giving the "discovery"as climb upward. Twelve residences, five season. The car contained 300 crates electrician did the work of in5ta.lIa.e

.. !Tory much Influence down in the direction I it The Integrity of the func- taken from other journals and pre- stores, a big hotel and crate mill are and is the result of his first half acre tion for us and it is a fine piece of 3
being erected and the spoke and rim
:a of the Manatee. It put its foot tions of government urges it. The sented below: planted nine years ago. work. He has within the past week

down on John Graham and put It down memory of guiltless; targets of lawless- "Upon the chance which led a chem- factory of the Hoopes Bros & Darlington Judge Shuttleworth of Rochelle, has put in quite a number of fans ia |

fcard and John was elected by overwhelming ness pleads for It. Members of the ist of an Investigative turn of mind will soon be in full operation. Be- 200 acres. 'planted in watermelons and offices over the dry. :
sides these mentioned
odds. What's the meaningof lynching committee should be sent to almost idly to analyize a small lumpof things above ,

the penitentiary. Officers who failedIn sediment clinging to a floating bit I another railroad is rapidly being built'

1.tT their duty should not only be sum of seaweed cast up by the high tide :I In the direction of Brooksville. Naturally -

The Tampa Typog iaphiUnion Is marily removed but besides should be on the beach at an Diego, may hang I Florida, It is one of the prettiest townsin X FLORIDA'S X

: Tribune out of business without a imposed upon them under the law. The the food supply of the world. Mr. David Ella-
Columbus Lumber Company of
moment's notice. The typograhic gen- harsher this penalty, the better. Quick. :Moore Balch is the chemist's name, MINERAL
are successfully holding all logs SPRING:
tlemen, as a rule have not made themselves aggressive prosecution ia desirable. and the discovery through an experiment that come down from the broken boomof

'familiar with the golden rule"I The mob spirit be downed. Here in his laboratory a few weeks
I dean the R. J. & B. F. Camp Lumber
vid s&m to imagine' that it works is a chance to It a heavy blow ago may provide a substitute for the
Company at White Springs which
flly In one direction. Courier-Journal. failing nitrate supply of the saltpeter
broke last Friday night It is said
We print the above at the earnest beds of Chile. The aged savant hap- t
that there are at least four tho.uga.as .
Editor Chris. Codrington says he has auest of a valued subscriber and penei to ba taking his &alj ?nit -
of these logs besides the togs that the
the Mpoatiai& fanged la. VoJusla .clorse the article in its entirety and tutional upon the sand, following one
Columbus Company had in the riverto
-: county, and :they are powerless to do print It as our own. of the early equinoxial storms. At his v
be taken care of, but to
further harm In that part of. the dem-- feet he noticed a mass of seaweed torn I
We "he will tell Ocala's Cheerful Resignation. :Monday they were managing the logsin "J -
ocratic kingdom. hope from its moorings upon the sub-
their boom there successfully although
his friend .J. N. C. all about it so he merged rocks and cast upon the shore. 1
The' eloquent address welcome_ by the continual rise of the rIver 1
will no longer rest 111 at ease. Editorr Balch immediately recognized the weedas
Mayor McConathy, of Ocala, deliveredto makes the situation very dangerousfor !
has done valiant service
Codrington a species of kelp, a broad leaf ueoid .

He is next to Sancho Panza.. the Press association by Mr. Louis seaweed. To It already had clusteredand the lumbermen.
-z \\'. Duval. in tbe absence of the mayor, J
crystallized In the sun, deposits of to Jerome of "
According New
York "
The Florida Sun Claude L'Engle's had this to say, among..other things: what he
naturally supposed to be $im-
a man take the funds
"*5>aper, will be moved from Jacksonville Probably you would .like to know may secretly ': "
pie salt from the {
evaporated sea water. of bank
to Tallahassee and be will strive something of your host:, the city of a or an companyand s

'. to make it the great state weekly. Mr. Ocala W* do not like the Elks claim .The deposits incrusted on theleaves, of turn them over to a Matt Quaya ; l 1J
the kelp so attracted Balch that hcarried zy
L'Engle missed a great opportunity to be tho best people on earth but Cortleyou or any othet"political TTT r,
the seaweed back with him this boodler and it Is not "
': in not meeting with the State Editorial : rnrdetll assert that we are the best ;Dealing: providedthe 4:
_ laboratoryThere, to his utter surprise ,
fellow when found out, that
association Its late session inOcala psrp e and have the best city in Florida owns
he discovered that in place of he took the funds and turned them
c- ; so populous as Jacksonvilleor f
the simple salt of sodium the substancewas "
over as "patriotic duty. GreaScott
Tam :1, but we will say though we a. ,
John S. in reality rich in potassium. But what a doctrine! And Ji- i
Maxwell colonel of the First have not iseea the latest figures from manyof
Infantry of state it remained for George H_ :Maynard, the postoffice Indorse if
troops has been }n.Wmately Live Oak whatever they are, we dou- organs

identified with the Florida big them," first vice president of the American that sort of stuff. There is nothing too <

troops continuously for the past'fourteen That at once relieves the tension J Institute of Mining Engineers to recognize mean for the brain and stomach of :}F
; the full commercial THE FINEST .
years and says at no time during between the .two cities on the census' value of some party worshipers. Herald, Was- MINERAL SPRINGS IN FLORIDA.

t that period has the standard been so Question and puts Ocala In the pleasant the discovery. Mr. Maynard who Ill'' eca, Minn. > Never Overflows. Bathing Cannot be Surpassed for
well known In Los
Angeles learned ofBalch's
efficient as now The personnel is also light of a good friend who acceptsthe I Health and Pleasure. Cures Rheumatism
= At a high'standard, but Colonel MaxweI1 discovery during a visit to In the July number of Tom Wat- and Dyspepsia
situation and perpetrates a neat Kidney Trouble
Coroaado. Necessary steps were immediately son's magazine Tom Watson will begin or Skin Diseases. Elegant Park,
Is too modest to
say so. .
little irony of the true Pickwickian. cool and shady.
a taken to protect themselvesin a history of Andrew Jackson and High Rolling Pine Lands. . .
., flavor to make her cheelful resignation. New hotel ,
the processes for the extraction ot he says it will toe a honey and and new furniture. Booms
It 1$. said that twenty thousand -;.1ve Oak Democrat we with 12 foot Elegant beds and table fare.

Chinamen lost :their certificates of authority the' valuable salts and sulphates and guess It wilL History and biographyare around the hollSa.ceiling; well ventilated and lighted with gas. Ten foot porch \

''ey associated themselves in a partnership Watson's strong suit and :.
we haveno
to reside In the United
States The
B. Coleman, general of scenery Is
manager bathrooms
to exploit Their valuable discover doubt that he will unsurpassed in Florida. Large bath house aud large _
in the Sin weave around
Francisco earthquake fire the Apalachicola & Northern Rail- plenty of suits i toboggan dept"-
>\ "Old Hickory" startling and slide spring boards or walks at any
; Situated miles t
and rust be thrilling four
now deported. There way Is reported as saying that 65 from Apopka on Seaboard Air Line R lilaoad, where i
Incidents a
must i.>a some record whereby they miles are now ready for track laying Hon. Syd. L. Carter, of .Alachua. 1,3 splendid livery team goes to Springs.
can be t' re-establlshed but the matter The line will 12.00 per day; |3.00 week prfc-
run from St. Joseph's mentioned as a candidate for speaker The Insurance Press claims that per children under 13 years at half f k

prorates' to become an International Bay via Apalachicola and Quincy, Fla. of the next house of representatives.He there were paid out in Florida, insu- WEKIWA

atra to Bainbridge. about 150 miles. SPRINGS CO.
is a very able man.- rance'to the amount of $1,271,383. ,

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"In 'additon to this saving in food beggar weed will furnish 339 lbs. of nowned expanses of water that are The Blind Boys' Entertainment.The .

must be considered the far less ex- proteins about 80 per cent. digestible, studded with finny fighters are but a -

pense for shelter, and the saving in and about 808 Ibs of carbo-hydnates." little farther removed; the noted Silver people of MJcanopy surround-

i = Ocala labor In the matter of care and feeding. I am unable to state in pounds'of Springs the head of the beautiful Silver ing country and near by towns,thronged -

"Whoever is at all familiar with the protein and carbohydrates what they Springs run one of the main trib- to the opera house Friday evening

i disastrous results of drought in the will do, but, by actual test know that utaries of the romantic Ocklawaha and June 1st. to listen to .the most novel ",
; .
,. western .attle sections will apre- one acre of good velvet beans will feed said to be more beautiful than the entertainment ever given at this place. :: :.

': Beautiful and elate the blessings of adequate water for ninety days a thousand pound ani- famed blue grotto of Italy Is but five The popular quartet from the "State ':

iThe Prosperous County supply. Everywhere In our territory, mal, provided it has access to rough miles distant; and can be reached from School for the Blind and Deaf under ;

rivers creeks, springs and clear lakes land of wire grass, broom sage or a Ocala over a fine hard road. Blue the management of the musical director "

ri Seat of the Banner County/tof supply inexhaustible quantities, of the stock of oat straw and turn him out Springs, little less wonderful and none Professor R L. Parks, rendered a- ".

.' best, water. Morever In most parts of at the end of the period fat enoughto less lovely, is but eighteen miles removed most interesting program of vocal and

; Florida. this entire section the purest artesian dress 60 per cent of live weight. to the westward.In instrumental music, Interspersed with

t";:, water is available within easy reach of if well bred. short, Ocala with its adjacentvast reading and comic song. :

f" '.'- the surface, ,furnishing bountiful supplies They cost about $4.00 to $5.00 per forests of pine breathing forth i The quartet entertained here two
a of flowing water. No stock man per acre to grow, and can be made on their fragrant Atmosphere with the
i.= years ago, but the musical this season
',':r.:Brief, Appreciation by Frank Mc- Agricultural Department's work. among us need never haul water miles any high dry land ot medium to god shimmering sheen of the waters of shows a marked Improvement in the ,,
'p<> from muddy drying creeks nor expend quality.:: Cow-pea hay alone, fed in myriad lakes in close connection ,and participants. -
caJa..1sa bountifully beautiful and Around Ocala are clustered the a fortune constructing dams and liberal supply, will winter cattle in fine with the genial sunshine and soft Professor Parks has( proven 'himself
of 5.000 finest earthreservoirs for the husbanding. of. condition, but more expensively than balmy air of the famed central Florida
tifally prosperous city stock farms in the state the fa- not only an able teacher, but an artist 1
IS situated In the geographical cen-: dUties for stock raising both as regards I It I as well. '

3}atiot Marion county of which It is feed' and climate being unri- i The.quartet is touring the state, and

county seat.g.rIt' valled. I the engagements for this week are asfollows "

is the most Important Interior A stort distance' from the city Is the :

';; stbn and inland shippin point in great Palmetto Stock Farm established Gainesville, Tuesday, June 5. ;

i riia on the Seaboard Air Line and but a few years ago but already I O via, Thursday, June 7. .- .

;1tfe.ntlc Coast Line railways, is one famous ail over the country as the Leeibarg, Friday, June 8. ,

"'hundred miles removed from Ja ksonirUSV breeding home of the best blooded stockin 1{ 3R The following Is the program t '

, -and' about equidistant from the south. ,, 1. Serenade, Quartet. .

Tampa, .respectively the northern and As this great industry is comparatively 2. Piano duet-"Il Trovotore" (Ver-

t: uttoern.metropolis of the state. new on a gigantic scale in the di Melnotte). DeWitt Lightsey and

***jt bay.a high elevation, Is environed southL it is wise to point out the con- Harry Libby. :. '

:-ly.dry rolling lands .and, located about ditions which tend toward its success 3. Vocal solo-"The Two Grena -

JEddway of the. peninsula between and this cannot be better done than by diers (Schumann), R. L. Parka t

*";paean and gulf, is climatically and hy- quoting from one who pointed and 4. Simple Aveu (F. Thome), Lucius '

-: gjolcaUy peerlessly ,perfect. paved the way to the goal. Emerson. -

"' JUnf of those who come to Ocala In an interesting article preapred 5. Plantation Melody Quartet
--&&Clarion county simply to sect short about a year ago Mr. Z. C. Chamblisa I I 6. Piano duet-"Wedding March,'' ,,>

: :iarcease from the eager, nipping air of the Palmetto Stock Farni among from "Mid-Summer Night's Dream ;

aced fierce blasts of the frozen northern other things said: I :\Ien elssohn-S th. -

,i-,i. eastern winters become perma- "In the growing and feeding of cattle I Ft, a 7. Reading "(comic) Harry Libby.

"Itent residents and thus 'it is that the land is the largest single :; 8. "Valse and Marche," from Faust

;oHy l>hile essentially southern, is per- ment. Cheap lands, therefore invest-j _____ (Gounod), DeWitt Llghtsey. -

"'_ted ;with the best blood of many dispensable to the success of the busi- 9. Solo and Chorus-Dar I Long = <'

1 :y skates a condition which makes for ness. This is a historic as well as a .ter To Be Again," Quartet :::

roaraopolitaniam and for the infusion econimical fact. From biblical, days the + .a 10. Local talent ..

viof tb enterprise and energy for which cry of the 'herdsman has been for cheap i ;' 11. Piano :solo-"Daughter of the :'

::;the> city has become famed. lands. Regiment (Donnyetti-SmiUr), R. L.

V-' 'The cheapest lands now remaining i Parks.

-,. .:,Marion' county of which Ocala is the in the United States adapted to the I U, The Old Oaken Bucket Quartet -
;"'metropolis, center and seat is be.peradventure production of cattle food stuffs, are i 13. Piano duet-"The Jolly Blacksmiths -

one of the richest the 'cut over"' pine lands of the Gulf (Caprice Characteristique, Jean

ggrlcutture and fruit growing, largest states. The 'same economic conditions Paul), Harry Libby and DeWitt Light-

.i*sphate producing and heaviest nawT which have brought cotton mills to LF sey.

; {! stores shipping sections! of the the cotton fields, will in the near" future 14. Comic song, R. L. Parks. -
. and the finest stock inevitably 15. Piano duet-a) "Florida Belle*
ny"southland: as transfer the great t
rain and inferior surface water. No'cattle velvet beans.In region, can challenge comparison with
... slstng country In all Florida. cattle industry from the high priced R. L. Parks DeWitt Lightsey and Lu -
owner in all the region repre- caring: for our pure bred herd of any: health or pleasure resort of the
>C All the cereals, corn beans, oats, etc lands of the 'corn-belt' to the cheap sented in this convention need have about 100 cattle welepend upon na- sunny Southland. cius Emerson" ; (b) "Electric Flash _
sweet and denuded forests Galop, Richard Goedeler. '
,"JEOWabundantly; potatoes lands of 'wiregrass'south. before his .
eyes the horror of seeing *
.}Irish, are produced prolifically; it is Millions of acres of these lands his herds falling dead around exhausted :- tive pastures from March till November Materially Ocala is 16. It Was My Last Cigar (comic), '"
the melon and 'canta- adapted to for adults. They have corn fields wonderfully Quartet
tk.I radlse ot perfectly grazing and the .
water holes. We have now been in prosperous. It has the largest .ironworks
grower,, many hundreds of cars growing of. abundant crops, now lying session two-,days; yet we have hardly I and nativegrasses or oat straw in a in central Florida, a crate and Tickets on sale at Postofflce Drug z
:run on velvet beans from November till dressed Stora. Admission: Adults 30 cents;
x lumber factory unexecelled, children r
20 cents.'A
March. For the calves and fresh cows
we think, in the state
a large cement ,
_... .
h. < we graze on oats November till
lfIf ... stone manufactory which makes splen- private letter from the local editorof
March, and they also have the run of
did building ,stone from sand found this paper says that Lake Toxawayand
velvet bean fields and
rape cassava
within and bordering Ocala's city limits its surroundings are simply and
k J other small crops are easily prepared.
a splendidly equipped ice factory sublimely divme She says she would
Oats grazed till March make average
not have missed the trip for a mint
::, crops<< of grain after pasturing. By
of money. Everybody has been so kind
.,' ,. this method we have made native reg-
t I and so. many attentions have been
d istered Shorthorns weigh 739 pounds
: shown the Florida editors. Mr andMrs.
.... at nine months old and 1,000( poundsas
: _: Flakier: were there the day before -
?F the editors reached there and
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: f'i .
< they did not have the pleasure of
In Marion county are well nigh end-
". meeting them, but they .did however
r5 H-t' :,. less deposits of high grade phosphaterock LW 1Ya'x" see Mr, Thomas A. Edison the world's

: iY""' '' I. ..$,;.:..+.."J.! "..,.". ,. .'. ':" ,, : '::' '..,.. ,' that has no peer in quantity great wizard, who is there with Wa
"tfo. quality or cheapness of production.
.. ,, ,, ") family, and he was gracious enough
t ., ;:\t; .0' waS discovered, about a decade and a and cold storage plant and another ice to pose for those with kodaks' to get
,( l half and its fame wafted factory of lesser
ago soon was proportions, a barrel
J i-! / some fine pictures of him. The editor
: .i ;i ?! worldwide.The factory and lesser
d. many industries.
< in Asheville but wilt
were Tuesday
< I .' : return -
; :.f(' 1-1 T7 teeming, thriving city of Dun- And the-Ocala board of trade, of which to Hendersonville and will remain

nellon, which prior to the discovery of T. T. Munroe is president and C. IiBitringer until Sunday. '

\ phosphate, was a 'h 'D.let of some half secretaryr stand ready to

dozen souls, is the center of this great provide sites and to in every way fur To believe in life is to believe that,

I > industry. Continuous streams of long ther the interest of any manufactory it is a struggle In which victory will

'j' and heavily phosphate laden freight wishing to locate in this central location belong to justice. It is for us, then, to
} '- trains draw out; of Dunnellon daily and where shipping facilities are unexcelled arm ourselves to fight and tQ sufferIf
--'-- -
.; I transport the .rock to Inglis where it gni trhich.. is the distributingpoint need be, but never to lose courage.
LGf tpese! luscious edibles being shipped in all'the unattractiveness following in I heard mention of the existence ol the is transferred to barges and taken by for the richest and most thickly Cfaarles Wagner.DISfiGURING.

,,evtry,season: It is the home of horti- the wake of the despoiling saw mill cattle disease common to all other powerful tugs down the Ocklawaha to populated portion of the state of sunshine I

, Cuttare, the orange grove having and turpentine still, are now available Port Inglis where it is loaded on waiting ,and flowers.S.
stock sections. When
aged by a mem
" : assumed its potent, pleasant and' to the stockman at prices so insignificant vessels and carried by these white :

;:p OAtable sway relinquished for a as to be hardly worth quoting. ber to name the.. most serious pest of wings of commerce to the great martsof Socially Ocala is a superior place to

tier after the freeze of '95; peaches, Already large acres are being devotedto our range cattle, our best Informed the .world. fIt live. Its people are cultured-its morale:

i 'and all manner of deciduous and this business the center of which stick: men' can conjure up is the consensus of opinion that Christian and wholesome. It has

t cfeos fruits thrive prodigiously in any,' must eventually move from the west nothing more terrible than the common the mining of Marion county phosphaterock plenteous churches, unrivalled schools,
' hjwtfon, of Marion's soil and an idea : to the south. I black vast enterprise though already and its chivalrous and Christian' men SKIN HUMOR -
fly, prevalent
wherever cattle
:u>(_the road to riches the truck farmer ; "The climatic conditions offered by is, is but yet in its infancy. and fair. winsome and virtuous women

.:'tt. traveling can be gathered from the this section are necessarily important congregate in numbers. The truth of the adage that "it is an are ever ready with a smile of welcome .

I c) e Heated statement that over half in controlling results., I All the ether advantages enumerated ill wind 'that blows no one good" was and a hospitable hand of greeting to ,

t\1a million crates of vegetables were ,"Among these conditions; that oftemperatti're would, be of 'little use could we not illustrated in the changed industrial the law-abiding stranger seeking a Impossible to Get Employment, as '

aped from Marion county last sea- is doubtless the most Important. 'I show the 'possibility .of producing aspect caused by the freeze of 94-95 home in this sunny clime. Face and Body Were Covered With -

't;: side! from that consumed at home. Food is used in the animal abundant and economical supplies of The price of pine lands had prior Sores
j. -Scratched Till
economy for: two purposes. First, for feed stuffs.In thereto precluded ti entlne operators I Am Better Than Thou. ..

The- orange blight of '95 familiarly maintaining growth and supplying animal Florida we have for practical and from embarking in The naval stores Mr. Chris Codrington, editor: of the flesh Was Raw-Spent Hun-

a" +lerred to as the "big freeze" was in wastes. Second, for keeping up cheap feeds the following crops, namedin business, but the depreciation in val- DeLand Weekly News, recently defeated dreds of Dollars on Doctors and

'''i tJ'a blessing in disguise as it in- the necessary heat of the blood. This order of importance; Velvet beans, ues following the frost 'caused great for the state senate, is intolerant

y"i uceI" dtverslfled farming and dem- latter function of food Is accomplishedby cow peas oats corn, beggar weed, activity in this field and the. county is enough to say that the members of the Hospitals and Grew Worse

h ,4 %'$ted that .any of the. staples as actual combustion. The amount, or sweet potatoes and cassava. The lastnamed now pretty generally honeycombed legislature who oppose Governor: Brow .

, r 'at_fruits can be grown in Florida ard's chimerical drainage scheme are CURED BY CUTICURA
I I doubtless
purchasable and will be

I pv-4" It should be clearly understood bought by the railroads. The man who IN FIVE WEEKS

l fWt rnse culture has again assumed Is always'crying, "stop, thief!" has "" **" *
!*e profitable proportions existing be- ever thrown around himself a questionof -Mf
"Since the 1894 I have bees '
} t.x year I
the stable suspicion. Here Is what
p frost and under more Mr. Cod troubled with a very bad case of
|Intelligently directed conditions : rington says in the columns of the eczema which I have spent hundredsof
-l H "Florida" work not long ago ts4 DeLand Weekly News: dollars trying

by.the State Agricultural Depart- & "There are 17 members who will ., to cure,and I went ;

*-at. the following information and i stand with the governor with 4 not to the hospital,

fcwas given relative'to the orange ______ yet committed but supposed to be but they failed to
4eit iof the. state above bribery; the senate Is composedof ,,' cure me and it ;,
-sither: 32 members Of y was getting worse i
the extreme northern nor course the railroads all the time. Five
''-'.extreme southern counties of -Flor- may succeed In buying enough of the \sreeksagomywifebought '

*[ -adapted the culture of the ,members to 'prevent legislation iniailesfole a box of 3

p.wiWL-: annot endure the frost of to their grabs, but: whether or Cuticura Ointment

fefte&rmer nor does it flourish so thrif- not they can do this will be known and one

|*?M'te extreme southern portions of only after the senate meets and gets caked f Cuticura r
l' peninsula as'.tn the-more central down to business." To which the St. -_ Soap and I am )
pleased to that I am ijf
say now
cta, The true orange belt of the L Augustine Record says: "Are there cured and welL completely e
of tattk24 22 honest men in the Florida
tf sen
> )between the parallels "It was impossible for me to get ;
i 15 and :29 1-2 north and southriding The imputation that all of the face, head and
from the Gulf to the Atlan'tie y.,. + others-or some of themTare purchas body erecovert with it. Then

'. bearing trees are found inO5tevery able Is a wanton Insult to better me eczema first appeared on the top of

county of the state, yet than its author. The fact is that 2P my head, and it had worked all thee
favorite habitat of the golden e members of that body are known t<) b way around down the back of my neck
Ja thewild opposed to the administration's drain and around to my throat, down my
unmlstakeable indicated by
body and around the
hips. It itched<
age scheme.
:va of the centralregions leaving 12 committed to I would be
grove It, or who have not thus far expressedtheraselves. so obliged to scratch it, t
and the flesh
was raw. -
'* &* located between the boundaries proportion of food used for this purpose crop is one of the most valuable with turpentine stills. .**- "I would first wash the affected -

.', _' d.'W I find the true Florida di- Depends on surrounding tempera- but expense in. cultivation and Persons of a pessimestic trend sometimes i'It parts with warm water and Cuticura
Y s the combustion and feeding reduces its practical was hot enough yesterday f jr a Soap, and then Caticnra Ointment ... .
\ Sere the reaches the ture, climate, more utijity express the fear that the turpen apply
orange .to maintain ani- Our experimental station has said I picnic in the woods and for a stroll and let it remain on all night, and
+<>t perfection and richness. To use of food required : : tine man's ruthless boxing of timber t
!(:e81on is due the fame of the -Florin mal heat, exactly as is the case with "If the crops mentioned above couldbe will work eventual injury but it is I along the perling brooks. In the sun It in the morning I would use Cu cura.. ;
I was hot enough to blister Soap. I am now all well which all
e. this belt, so-called are the consumption of fuel for keepingany saved, and fed out to the animalsas the history of the industry in the Car- friends ,
my can testify to, and I will be
-'. '"l'Counties which produce the great place or: article warm, wanted there would be enough pro- olinas and elsewhere that development The Second Primary. pleased to recommend the Cuticura
_fey commerce: they are Orange. "The practical bearing of this fact tein in the velvet bean (one acre) to rather than devastation has followedin : Remedies to any and ali persons who

:Marion, Sumter. Brevard, is demonstrated in actual feeding experiments last a l.OOOtb. animal 280 days.;. .its wake. Mr. John D. Robertson, who has : wish a speedy and permanent cure of
which show that 70 days of This plant also furnishes 1424 lbs. of contiguous to and made akmdiseases." Thomas Rossiter
I4ke, Osceola De Soto, Lee. Her- Closely easily ac a thorough study of the vote of : A ;
.'.Pasco HUlsborough, Dade and feeding In our climate accomplish essentially carbonaceous matter;, which is used cessible from Ocala are some of the the second primary, figures that there i 290 Prospect Street, ;

"t e;, the same results attained in for fat formation and supplying heat most beautiful lakes, ,health givingsprings will be 1.100 votes cast and that M r. .i Mar.Complete 30,Extent 1905. nd Internal East Tratoae&t Orange for, N.J. .

is section culture attainsIghest 120 days in feeding sections of the and energy to the body. An average : and delightful outing places In Mathews' will win out by a majority Humor, from Pimple* to Scnilfc,, tooo*In&ncj to Zmy An, \
orange 01 cw.W'&f: ,bG
g oaI! $ i.mna.t,blh.,x-l" 1
.ideal" northwest, This means that, the time crop of cow pea hay furnish 216 lbs. all fair Florida. of 150. In iri-3 calculations he gives : >Qo.(la form of Cboeoitt CeUed Roe He. !r Ti&-l '

o l'county is in the very heart and expense are diminished 41.6, percent of digestible portion and 7T2 H>s. ofcarOO'hydrates. : Lake Wier a famous fishing ground, Mr;, Light 103 In Ocala and Mr.Matfcews fdemartdiwai.m tem.yn.n.aat.nda.agii.Aen-f.econi eua.heedl. .dur, YuffeDtyr euna
favorable climate alone. .. An average of is but 18 miles distant and other 200. *Chem.. Corp..Soli Prop,Barton.Mi -. =
by our crop .re*
'L :sector mentioned in. the State se us +>flOC,It&.:l.. &Qo&m, CIlpu4R&z.::to

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Was Princess Ena, Who Married King -

Alfonso-Remarkable History of |j! Most Significant Feature Was the

Noted Family Recalled. Strong Speech of David R. FrancisIn

Favor of Bryan for president

If Queen Victoria of Englandwere in 1SC3 and Cheering I

of Names of Cleve-
alive :today 4She would smile over the
land and Bryan in ATlAf4U '
curious revenge that fate has brought t f
Unison -
about in the matter of the "despised

r "Battenbergs." -' Jefferson,' Mo., June 5--What Is gen

When she gave her youngest daughter erally regarded as the :most significant

the Princess Beatrice, to Henry feature of the democratic state convention fli\\ Red Rock GAle

Maurice of Battenberg-a princeling held today was the pointed and .

without a principality, without estates absolute endorsement of William Jennings iFVit1.i.i stands out among all other drinks as an l

and ,penniless-she not only offendedall Bryan forth presidency in 1908,

.{ the other members of her family, by David R. Francis, of St. Louis former (t ;, exceptionally pure high-class article. '
but put the royalties of Europe in a ( ,

ferment. The Prince of Wales, now governor and the secretary of the M: It has the active endorsement of the most ethical medical .

King Edward, made a solemn protest Interior In President Cleveland's cabi i -- men and '
net. I ist prescribed as a home drink for all
against the match the Princess Victoria
i > people suffering from the various forms of
who afterward became the Em Former Governor D. R Francis was indigestion.
i ''
:press of Germany, made it a matter of invited to address the convention. He 'Look for ted Rack Crown Stopper on Bottles

diplomatic remonstrance; the chapels said in part:

royal were closed to the bride and "I wish to ask this convention to 61 ON SALE AT ALL GROCERIES, ETC.. ,AND ON DRAUGHT AT FIRST-CLASS FOUNTAINS

bridegroom, and they were obliged to send its congratulations to the national i

eeek a little parish church for the wedding democracy on the disappearance of our :

Y and the passage of an act of differences. There are no differences ,

parliament according the prince a slen- between us now. In 1904 -what is SHAWA I i

der Income was opposed by the entire known the conservative element of

I courtier faction. our party asked that it be allowed to ...

Poor Prince Henry was so unhappy make the platform and name the can- Another Outbreak., Some of Marion County's Friends. How To --
Find Gas Leak.
over the family disputes that he beggedpermission I didate. Right liberally did the radical a Lewis at Last to Get a Fair Invelti9a

to lead an expedition to faction concede the honor and the It is many a long day since that There are quartered at the Montezuma : The folly of hunting for a leak in a tion. .'

western Africa hoping that it might conservative element You know the veteran paper, the Punta Gorda Herald hotel some business -
men who gas pipe with postmaster-general
a lighted match is not has
prove fatal to him. And so It was, for result. Now another campaign,is approaching has told a good fish story and no
he died there of malaria on the 23d Those of 'us Vivo belong to other play a potent and prominent but unobtrusive so much because of the danger of ar: ized an investigation of the public
of January, 1896, leaving a,widow amd what has been the conservative faction paper dared infringe on part in making Marion: coun- explosion as of other damage, as is tions of the Lewis Publishing- Company !

R.; four children. '7 would like patent rights. There is a strange ty products.
to be
magniaimous shown by the experience "f a West by a special commission, cant
The second of these children waS worthy democrats silence in the fish-yarn feature of the
if we did not
eay to They are J. T. Sutphin, representingthe Philadelphia householder last week. posed of five representatives from tbf
'" Victoria Eugenie Julie Eve of Batten- you-that win Herald
we support your candidates probably due to the exertions
J. Hamberger Co., commission One or two small leeks were detectedby classification bureau of the Postomi:
berg, popularly known as the Princess and platform this time. The difference of Editor Jordan incident to the
Ena, who on Thursday last became the has' been divided the democracy race merchants> of New York whose genial going over all the pipes and holdinga Department and five St Louis arses

queen of all the Spalns. exists no longer." for representative of DeSoto but there bon hommie and felicitous wit ,has lighted match to them. The smell of who are to be appointed by E. G. Lei3

A Polish Waiter. Gov. Francis described Bryan as "a is still some hope for the reputation of enlivened. Ocala business and social gas ceased, but was replaced a few J is. This commission in Its report, ria

The for the intense sincere lover the Herald. That hope arises hours later by the smell of
reason and angry of humanity and a patriotic from the circles for five years past: J, H Morris burning indicate whether Lewis has been
opposition on the part of Victo citizen of the United States." publication of, not a fish story ,but a wood. Another visit to the cellar show- anj
ria's family to the match lay in the He eulogized both Bryan and Cleve- snake the Armour Packing Company, ed a charred floor joist a little distant is, defrauding the government as
story brand
mentioned-that whose] headquarters are usually at Anthony
fact that, the Battenbergs are descended land amid wild 'cheering. above a gas pipe.There was no appar- ond-class matter.It .
Is a warm rival to of its ; David H. Adams, soliciting:
r from a Polish waiter, and that the Gov. Folk also spoke declaring that any fishy ent cause for this until a very close is now very generally believed
agent for the Armour car lines, the
grandmother of the new queen of Bryan would be nominated for pres!- predecessors. It Is taken from the Chicago Fruit Growers' Express and the Kansas examination discovered that 'a tiny jet that Lewis is at last to have

Spain was morganatically married dent In 1908 and would be elected. He Inter-Ocean and has to do with of gas issuing from the pipe beneaththe treatment and just investigation by
City Fruit Express, who is familIarly -
The rise of the Princess Ena is there said !the principles which Bryan hade the adventures of a hoe. The: story' is, and facetiously referred to by his beam. It Was lighted, but was so government Some, however consi
fore one of the most dramatic in thcourt' advocated in 1896 were then considered small as to be. blue in color and early it remarkable that Lewis
as usual, told and his m;
by a man of the strictest friends the agent of the "Distre J
romances of Europe. anarchistic but now are 'consider- Invisible. It had been Mghted'by thematch stitutions have been subjected to
Lines and L M. the
veracity. A farmer of Fleming. All these
On the 12th of November, 1825 a ed the acme of patriotism. a small tract of used in the first investigation, federal Indictments the Instlgatiol
land boys, who by the way, are pregnant
near Ohio
baby girl was born to a Polish servantin I Former Governor Dockery sopke in an village was one day but had not been noticed."If of the local postoffice whl
I hoeing :potatoes when he with intelligence as well as prolific of inspectors
the employ of the Grand Duke ofDarmstadt similar vein. was startledby that leak had happened to be in procured the fraud order
wit. report this as one of the best againstbank lh
rt a hissing sound.
,' whose name was IsaacHauke. The nomination made by the con- Looking up, he a lead joint instead of an iron connec and Lewis himself; that he fcsl
produce seasons Marion has
;: The baby girl, grew to be a vention were Reuban Oglesby, of War- saw snake something that appeared to be a ever experienced. county tion,"J said a gas man, "there would been mulcted to the extent of nearly

lovely woman, and when Alexander of rensburg, for railroad commissioner, advancing toward him. It was probably have been work for the fire half-million dollars in aiti

Hesse saw her in 1851 he fell In love and H A. Gass of Jefferson City, for motion.rolling.,over He and, over, like a hoop in Ocala will be strictly in-it-when the department. The smallest possible jet losses, and that now, at expense the end ofl't

with her and the two were married Alexander superintendent of soon saw that it was a of lighted gas issuing through lead will '
public schools. real snake and day current is turned ,on. Every store year, the facts are to be ascertain
L that it
was a Lutheran prince and was and dwelling will have electric tans, in time heat and melt the lead and In St Louis, Lewis's success in oV

the girl Julie Therere. was of the Jewish Pennsylvania Republicans Meet. coming had time on to fast-so fast that he just and will be In a.position to snap one'sfingers make the lead larger, until a big- flame taining this investigation is receive
step aside. As the
faith. Alexander was a prince and the snakepassed at the rays of the hottest July is issuing. This may make a fire hourslater with a great deal of satisfaction; Thi
Julie was a commoner but neither fatenor Harrisburg Pa. June 6:The republican struck out his hoe sun. in the dead of night or at a time : feeling that he should have fair treatment

fir' station stood in the way of love. state convention of 'Pennsylvan- and the snake struck at it, buriyng its when no one is in the house. The only is growing, and there Is a d
fangs in the handle
: Alexander made a morganatic-some ia, which was called to order at the and then passed The Hon. Hunt Harris and the non.Jeff proper way to look for these .,very mand that the arbitrary power ulster
i times called a left..handedmarrlagewith opera house; this afternoon, by W. R. Browne spilled considerable, Inks small leaks is to paint the suspected in the hands of the Postoffice Deparp;

the handsome Flaulein whwas Andrews chairman, of the The farmer started to resume hi in recent but in the "cleanup pipe with .
Julie o republican the primary, a smooth soap lather: Justas ment to declare a man or institute

three years his senior, and Julie state central committee, is the first work, when he noticed that the hoe ," 'Mr. Harris won. Encouraged by in the case of a bicycle tire, the fraudulent on secret reports and with

became a Lutheran. one held in this state for many years, handle began to swell It swelled and his< success, Mr. Harris announces his tiniest leak will blow a bubble in the out trial be curtailed. if not : ;

z The eaiy-jolng Grand Duke of that is not under the direct control swelled until itas as large as thfarmer's e candidacy for president of the Florida lather, and there you are.-PhUadeF. withdrawn.-Indfa.n2lpoUq

Darmstadt helped to smooth over the of the republican machines. Its defeat leg. The farmer was perplexed, senate._4palachico'a Times. phia Record. 14. 1906. entml I
matter by bestowing the Hessian title at 1ast election practically shattered as he wished to finish 'his work and his I

of 'Countess of Battenberg on Prince :the controlling power of the republican house was some distance away. Thenit

_ Alexander's wife and .as a baptismal machineand. so far as known occurred to him that as a boy he I .

blessing gave her ,the title of princesswith the convention held, here today is free had heard of a sort of weed that grew

r a right of descent In the title to :from dictation and. can do as it sees thereabouts and said to have been used DR D. I. BONEY
by the Indians to
counteract the effects
a 'he-r children.So fit. 1

_ it Is that the descendants of this Senator Knox who was made permanent of snake bite. He went down Into the ,

morganatic marriage are not known b v I chairman in his address dealt bottoms found the weed, rubbed some

t the Hessian title, but by that of Bat .almost exclusively ,with national poll of it on the hoe 'handle. The effect was ,Graduated Eyesight Specialist ti I
I immediate.
tenberg. tical questions and the position whichcL Theswelling went down,

g Four

:.s and Prince Julie-Princess Alexander Joseph Marie Prince Caroline ;ing convention them. The was morning devoted session almost of altogether the- his thing afternoon's about the work.incident The, was strangest that the POOR EYESIGHT IS A GREAT AFFLICTION PERFECTVISION IS A CONSTANT DELIGHT.Do .(

Henry Maurice and Prince Frances to routine matters as the selection handle turned a beautiful green color

_ Joseph Were Always'Ambitious. 'sideration of the of committee committee ands reports.and 'con The like in the that full of of the the snake moon, and it afterwards would feel You Place the Proper I il

1' From the very "firs;; the. Battenbergsshowed !: ,\ real luncheon.battle will not be begun until after clammy Record.for a day or two.-St. Augustine 4':1::1-: Estimate of Value on Your Eyesight I I it

an aspiring ;tendency,; Marie
_ 4 Caroline was married'n 1871 to'Prince i Never was the situation in a republican -
Y Want to Stop Summer Excursions. ? .:!I
state convention in this
Gustave. of- Erbach-Schoenberg, ; Alexander slatIi I
> -
*Joseph was made:Prince of Bulgaria more peculiar and unsettled i .,.1
Ocala, Fla How Could You Do Without
May 12, 1906.
under the name .of Alexander I; this case. The convention has the task t
W. M. Walter, President
Frauds Joseph married the PrincessAnne to nominate 'candidates for governor, 1
_ board Air Line Portsmouth, Va.: the Use of Your Eyes? '
jot Montenegro, and Henry, on lieutenant governor, editor general, sec Dear Sir The : 1
the 3d of July, 1885 married her royal retary of International affairs. There representing -

: highness the Princess Beatrice of is no lack of possible candidates for all of the miners in the "Hard IF YOU VALUE YOUR EYES

_ Great Britain and Ireland fifth daughter the gubernatorial nomination. butthere Rock Phosphate District" of Florida HUE THEM PROPERLY EXAMINED BEFORE YOU TRY TO USE LENSEl :
beg to call your attention to She seri-
of Queen Victoria. And it is' her does not seem to be an single
candidate whom the various factions ous scarcity of labor throughout the OWING TO THE GREAT INCREASE -
s daughter, the Princess Ena, who w ill upon Wlh."itt"lIa"'otIlldl-aahllt.ua.etIOacllll, '
district and the gander of & .. CHILDREN'S EYES, UPON
uiU ,
grave injury retry M u Athof/i,U4 ibMii Uf
in the to unite.
sit on the proud throne of Spain. party seem likely IN MY PRACTICE I HAVE
to the entire industry if the
2 Good fortune has ever gone hand in Some time ago when the Weaver candidacy OPENED THE ROOM ADJOINING I .
summer are given in this
hand with the Princess Ena 'The Bat was first broached it seemed FOUND TO BE DEFECTIVE. ES
We ask, therefore MY PARLORS, WHICH
that GIVES
you ME
tenbergs were, in common parlance as that it might be a walk-over for Mays PECIAL CARE SHOULD BE GIVER<

poor as church mice, and it was only or Weaver of Philadelphia: who has will give and this feel matter sure your that earnest an investigation attention -- THE FINEST SUITE OF OPTICAL.t IIII111111 I I'' CHILDREN DURING THESE EAR

by close economy :that they were enabled done such noble work in overthrowingthe PARLORS IN THE STATE. I NOW =
will show the LY STAGES
you wisdom of OF DEVELOPMENT
t to live on the $30,000 which corrupt machine. Since then, however HAVE THE BEST EQUIPPED OFFICE
stopping all excursions
Queen Victoria insisted upon as a parliamentary the machine element guided and which may"P. HEADACHE, DIZZINESS, FLOAT
tend to injure the labor situation. If IN THE SOUTH,.HAVING ALL
grant, Victoria added to the directed. by Senator Penrose, has been 5 ? 2 ING SPECKS, GRANULATED LIDS;
young couple's income by making active and it is asserted that so strong we can help you In this investigation, THE IMPROVED INSTRUMENTS !'(
please let us know and / STYES, BURNING ETC. ARE OFT
will do
'Prince Henry governor of the Isle of has been :the influence of Penrose throok we any TO GIVE RELIEF TO THE EYES. --- -
thing ,that we can to aid you. : ::. t JEN DUE TO EYE-STRAIN. L1K!
Wight, then governor of Carisbe Weaver wilt not even be able to obtain I GUARANTEE MY WORK TO a :,-

Castle. But had not the fairy godmother a majority of the Philadelphia J. Buttenbach Very respectfully& Co., GIVE SATISFACTION, OR IT COSTS |ALL OTHER' ABNORMAL CONDI "

_ appeared Ena would have brought; delegation. The Penrose men boldly Central Phosphate Co. YOU NOTHING.. I HAVE DONE |TIONS, EYE DEFECTS BECOME

no. dot to Alfonso. assert that Weaver is impossible as a Istachatta Phosphate Co., WORK FOR OVER 500 PEOPLE IN 4 3 I' MORE DANGEROUS AS T HAY

The Good Fairy, candidate and has not the slightest OUR CITY AND SURROUNDING ..., I ;
w the good fairy was ex-Empress Eu show to be nominated. It was expectedthat Dunnellon TOWNS.. MY WORK IS GIVING
Weaver would Phosphate Co. I IF YOU SELECT EYE GLASS
genie. receive the unanimous SATISFACTION IN f ,
., B. & R. S. Bradley, EACH CASE. I Cover the left eye and see if:the lines la
There were sentimental and national support of the new Lincoln party Dunnellon Phosphate Co., (GLADLY REFER YOU TO THE I ell sections of the above circle appear ES BY GUESS. WHAT SEEMS!,
reasons why Eugene should out but a strong faction in that partyIs BUSINESS MEN I
help Charles S. Cullen OF OCALA. THOSE eqsaly dark and distinct If not, you CORRECT NOW MAY CAUSE SERIOUS
the fortunes of the opposed to Weaver and favors either
:young princess. The WHO HAVE
G. D. Younglove, WORK have Astigmatism visual defect which TROUBLE LA TFR. IT Will;
former Senator Lewis '
sentimental Emery Jr.. or
reason was that her be- DONE KNOW OF OTHERS f
loved and only son the prince imperial McKean. Cummer Lumber Co. (Phos. Dept), HAVE BEEN RELIEVED. WHO should be corrected at once. Try the SAVE MUCH TO FIND OUT AL

Albion Mining & Mfg. Co., left eye is the same: manaer. ABOUT YOUR EYES.
was love with the Princess Be I ,
rice, but the assagai of the Zulu en deft Let This Building Be Completed at Franklin Phosphate Co.,

that romance. The national reason was Once, Friends. Camp Phosphate Co. WHEN YOU HAVE PAIN IN THE EYE BALls -
3N that Eugenie Countess ot Montijo. is -....-- A copy of the above has also been HEAD,
I am very anxious to see the school sent to the president of the A. C. 1..

a the Spaniard kindness and of Victoria remembering to herself and building near and apart of St James' An Ocala Prince. HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED. DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE TO BESTOBf TEE IBM-; :

church. Ocala, completed. A most faithful '
: her refugee husband, Napoleon III-in -

the betrothal of Ena and Alfonso the colored man commanding the re'Social. circles of the East STLERflTlCCHCROIO. t
are con
daughter of the princess whom she sped of all who knew him wasgreat- vulsed and furored over the advent I I make aspecialty sE :n

;; would have liked for ly interested in this building, but was BEDNAJUISBAK olusrxa
a daugheterinlaw
of a royal East Indian nabob and 0 f -
:: and the betrothed called to Paradise ere it could be com-
of the King of .
Ocalaites read of his doings with in- 1 Rd
the nation that she pleted. I wish this therefore to :be a correcting
always loved the terest; forgetful of the fact that they
kind of memorial to the late William a
best, she 'r
saw the opportunity of payIng have a prince of their own., He is and Yatowzoor t; ? _
;' double Giles, of this city and I appeal to tit|- "
a debt The ex.EmpressEugenIe quartered at the Montezuma hotel andis 1 t 1 I giving relief < c :
has made her zen, both white and colored, 'to subscribe ;
goddaughter: as dfborair and dignified
,: Ena of Battenberg, her heiress towards the finishing up of this any f to the eye
nas ,
Oriental opium-eater ever dared to be. / nwMBElt

already endowed her with a comfortable undertaking.the committee And herein I do named.hereby Committee approve' He spells his name by barks and where others tuato o : Ac t ,
fortune and when the will of the does many other stunts which have ?
bespeak: failed.
; :John H. Brown George Giles. Levi
relict of Napoleon III is read it will be abnormal Intelligence
found Alexander; John B. Brown chairman
that she has made
thegrt'at-. His name Is Prince Hawes Bohn-
granddaughter of the Polish Oliver Evans, secretary.
waiter the field. and be is about
t richest princess In Europe.. WM. CRANE GRAY D. D., 'L',1'., and belongs to Miss Lucy three Bohnfleld years old, Remember I guarantee satisfaction or" it costs you nothing. Diplomas from th i1

Bishop of Southern :Florida.I standard
the winsome housekeeper of the :lion highest institutions of New York and Indiana. "- '
:; Mr. T. H. Bagnall, of Conner, was tezuma.
have a good traveling: position to I
Y among the pleasant callers at' theirs offer the right party; experience unnecessary He took first prize at, the state fair

f Ocala Banner ofOoe Wednesday. H ; must come well recommended at Atlanta two years ago, as the bestr OFFICE HOURS: DR. D. M. BONEY
registered for ::Uario 's favorite anal ready to start_to work at
ne- once Address. T, Roquemore! blooded, best behaved and prettiest 7:30 to 12;,1 to 4:30: Other hours .

paper. Ocala Pla. 61.3t ugly pug exhibited at that event by appointment only. ; Optical Parlors Up-Stairs in Gary Building, Ocala, Fl.

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'TH '.GEIGE PJCNIC. | Everybodt in that favored section SUNDAY IN OCALA. behalf of the local camp thanked the -- --- --'- --- -

,, ; 1i.11f; '- is happy, as the vegetable crops werea members of Dickison chapter for the

..,.-: \Crowd Came Out to Hear ; great success and high prices! prevailed Children's Day_ at the Methodist elegant memorial, services and all others -

Liohtand; Mathews-An All through the season. Church ,- Confederate Memorial who had participated in it and If You Waijt to Cone Out

": A l nd.Pleasant Gathering. Misses Annie Mathews and Caro Exercises at the Baptist made it, so successful He dwelt par.

> .iJf Liddon, of Ocala; were, among the festive Church:-The Graves Are icularly on the beautiful and abundant -

1; ti7 l.* 1.1fd ,Y..' the day selected by 'plcnlcers and declare they !lad Decorated. flowers.

'_ ',", tGefeer to give their an. the time of, their lives.EXTRAORDINARY Sunday was a day of memories in Rev. G. H. Harrison of the Episcopal WitQ the Real Thing .ti.tiFor.

I Cflt was" an ideal day for a cala. At the Methodist church it. was church: pronounced the benediction.The .

'> "' fJ, this sort and quite a CONDITION OF Children's' day. This has become onof Daughters the Veterans, and "

attended. AFFAIRS IN ALACHUA.True the.most memorable in the history .
o'clock after the people of this church and is looked forward
>'. itii i;: to the cemeteries, escortid by
Bills cut in the latest fashion and one of our all one piece Panama Hats. '
Against Strobhar et al.- .'
3 tau hur or 9a *n exchanging 10 with great delight !by the little ones the Ocala Rifles, in full uniform and ..;

and tellIng about their many Presentment Full of Sensations. The program Sunday morning was decorated the' graves, o! all departed You will find Quality Style and Workmanship that can only be seen :: '

'; -r : shipping vegetables, MrUiZetiu quite elaborate and the songs and recItations heroes. here. Rich in '
$ After being in session five days the Style Right in price. We have a large and varied .
r. master of ceremonies, were all admirable. The church
;, had arirved grand jurors Impanelled in special session stock of Shoes for the entire Family. The new and nobby Pump
::;_ fat the tkne returned several :was crowded, every seat being occu. No Soldiers for Show this Year. ;

f th ceeche&of the day. In a short indictments and iel Mi;3 Jesielu :Martin I>r' !.jf>d at Style in White Canvass for Ladies are here. Also a large stock of ,
iii in their general
-appropriate speech he introduced "We have investigated to the best the organ and directed the singing. Special to the Oeala Banner; Oxfords for Men. The well known Walkover and Hanan-& Soli
; candidate for .{ Moore occupied .the and :
'( eorge :Mathews r. pulpij saw Washington D. C.. June 4.-The
.] of our ability all matters pertaining to Makes. Give
'. us a call before buying elsewhere. :
ha.t. the carried ?
was properly
htative.apeaIer, I to influence program United States will not be able to take
attempts members of the
was greeted on atcp-! out f part, in any of the county: fairs this
last grand in
Jury certain which
." .::t "th stage with "Hurrah for were brought before them., cases We These exercises were very much en- years There is increasing demandfor W. J. Chambers <

::J i t which brought to his faceiUe report that we were unable to regretto se- joyed. not only by the children. but military representation on such ..
that'won't come off In by the grown people as well.
: ** sufficient occasions in all sections of the country '
-' curA evidence to indict al
',Jit(s at amiable manner he highly Memorial Services. : and hitherto the disposition has Shoe
parties believe
we to be guilty of brib-
i.pJm i1ted the ladies for their prea- or f otherwise In the afternoon there were mem been to gratify such desires on part : -
:.. 1i ad it was reported to him members of the influencing enough nat services in the Baptist church under of the people so far as may be. '
grand '
only jret a few votes in jury necessaryto the auspices of the Dickison Chap- ------- -
:i i :FOuld defeat indictments. This year there is an unusual demand '
he did not believe. He ter. Daughters of the Confederacy
:.r/but this 'We' for the presence of one or more
; ,re"ectful1y call the attention of
of two travelers who This was the program &f the after ,.-
iFdt 4the: history ot th* troops of calvary of companies <
our county commissioners to the law
:;( e :to F1r1da some twenty years which noon: ot infantry a preference being ex-
provides for the selection of
with the then prelude.I'lvoca.tionDr..
casting his lot Organ McMillan Bros.
i.;_-"One jurors and would impress upon them pressed for the cavalry as a more spectacular -

,:;4etiiou, $ republican party,. the other I the wisdom of that law which Lindsay. : body, capable of drawing pay-

-wi 'the then powerless democrats; -ibes the pre- Hymn. "When the Roll is Called Up lug crowds, This year, however all the
sc qualifications of those
)$6.-inan1' changes that had been Yonder.> cavalry infantry and field artillery Southern ,
whose shall' be Copper Works :
names placed in the / ,
: ught; since one had,since belonged Scripture: reading-Dr. Lindsay. ommands: will be otherwise employed.

:i '.&v 1.' parties; while the other had Jury box. It is most essential to the Solo-Mrs. T. H. Johnson. They are to leave their respective stations Manufacturers of '
administration of justice and the Turpentine Stills
,: sthed I in' the party of his first enforcement Prayer-Rev. L. W. Moore. : on July 15, for marches to the ,. .
of law that of'ap.
; Jow who should receive the men Quartet, "Tenting Tonight on the where will be' mob
nearest they
,' ,WT ,of the democratic party in proved integrity, fair character, sound Old Camp Ground"-Bara.ca Ola's. ilized in camps large bodies and engage in and' General Metal Workers. : J

leave it : you." Heiiaied.thathe judgment and intelligence should con Sermon[ CarrolL
,1.Contest? I to two; or three months' enercises, the
had been a farmer but stitute our jury' panels. Duet, "0 Morning Land"-MesiaanesLapham : of operating including thetn.llitia.
"We feel there has not heretofore proerram
: : ttiay any -claim to' the office he and Blake. This rule will be rigidly enforced -

i|4: '?.wbt"on.. that ground but wanted to been that serious consideration in the Presentation of Crosses of H\no- by 3irectien of the president, Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching ,- .:
selection of
entirely with the voter as to jurors: by our county com Mrs. Fannie R. ,.Gary.Sor through the ',
jT re" it without exception. The troops must country a specialty. Orders by mail or '

: -.'Wh ::Was the best qualified to fill the missioners that the well being and s, "Let Us Pass Over the River." leave their stations on the day set wire will: receive prompt attention at either of the {
weal of and
,..ili>n. He. said that he had' during society good government BenedIction-Rev. G. H. Harrison. and nothing will be alolwed to Interfere follcwing works .. :
demands and
we would respectfully
+ of 1893 at the
legislature Miss presided
the Byrd'Wartmann
term in
.. in any way 'with this program. ?
urge that in the future In the selection <
,rked for the leading clause in oran and played in her accustomed They will be require to remain at the
'? of those whose to be placed N. ; \
names are
r, ht'8'Thunder; never worked for the .naaner. camps on the work incident thereto, FAYETTEMLLE C. _:' :' \ SAVANNAH, GA
wanted laws so simple in the jury box as .provided by law. _* Rev. W. C. Lindsay of the Presbyterian "
ioratlonE and
: for the full period designated, JACKSONVILlE. FLA MOBILE ALA
anyone' could und rstat1d them., "We, feel that your honor deserves church impressively, read the there will be no exception to this re- :

fraught with the thanks and commendation of all lesson and Rev. L. W. Moore ,
,",--Ji4 00\ ones that were Scripture requirement. For the reason the war ,
; that the ordi- the citizens of this circuit for calling and fervid --
technicalities made eloquent prayer. '-
JQany an department is obliged to refuse to lend -- --- -
nothing the special term of court, in order that rendered sweet
H. Johnson a
absolutely Mrs. T.
:: ij man its aid by the ''presence of any part of
cited that Mr. the honor of the circuit might be redeemed solo with much feeling
..: ii8ut: their meaning; and touching the military body at the county fairs. -THE-
f tJl l1t said ha did not, tell what. he and the guilty brought to the< and expression.The ;

.- ld ; do; that he would the best bar of justice. ,We wish to com'pli singing of the baraca rla<;s o, led Another Turpentine Invention. -

J rcouW for the benefit of his con- ment your honor" upon the fearless by Frank' Gates, and assisted by Dr -

i.? ttiey1 but :that"a. member 'is 1 only and explicit charge delivered to this Lindsay, was very fine, and was particularly A patent has: just been allowed for Marion) Hardware ConpqyHEADQUARTERS

I,i-vits :<>{-'& hundred and to tell about jury in the beginning of Its labors commented upon. The duet an invention that is expected to make '

; jt he "would" tio was an imposslbil- which enabled it to undertake its entitled "Let Us Pass Over the River a great change in the turpentine industry

,;1'ferY.U! JUr. Light would say what ft e duties with a full understanding of; and Rest Under the Shade- of the and that will probably add a .

!1U1dN do he (Mr. Mathews) would their gravity and the law bearing uponthem. Trees," was rendered with much new grade to rosin and a higher, one -

i owdowzL He commented on 'his op S pathos by Mrs. Blake and Mrs. Lap- than that commodity has yet reached.

''lp&I1ent''i cartoons and, said he did not "From the evidence brought out be- This invention has been perfected after American Wire Fencing /

t he t the idea of being likened to a yeiow'dgaM !- fore this grand jury, we find that sev- ham.Next was the sermon which was delivered two or three, years of experimentingby ,

...:- 1 he dIdnot, believe anyone era.! members of the former grand jury by Rev. C..C. Carroll. of the Vincent P. McVoy a young ma- I SashDoors and Blinds v '; ,

had acted with little discretion and apparently effort chinist of Pensacola the Pensa- ; :
..!.elsedl&,_ He said hU opponent Baptist church. It was a supreme says 't
)! 1t. to the republican party till 'the poor 'judgment, and we call the { and had the firethe, fervor the patriotism : cola News, and is intended to do away Paints Oils and Varnishes ,,.-'->.....",.,. .,

Hht ballot box law put it out of attention of your honor to what this the eloquence and the pathos to with the old sty\e of boxing the trees.It '\.t -.r..- .

-< enitneI3; then joined what looked like grand jury considers the unseeming' make it almost a ma'tchless production. will be known' as a vacuum cup and Mill and Mining Supplies : '

-, wianer:-the populist party-but this, conduct of'a member of the Gainesville He talked of the ancestry of the south, will extract the sap of the trees in \ -

Rfeo. ; .went under, and he :had at last bar. It has come to our knowl- the heroism of her leaders the right- about one-fifth of the time requiredby : .
;baled In the ranks of the democratic edge through the testimony of several eousness of the cause as it appeared to the old process. In addition to the ;zc -

1'< party. and now asked> the votes of that members of the former grand jury, them and the bravery and daring of time saved, this process will increasethe :";#(
party for Ws elevation to office, ,Mr that irregularities existed in the office her soldiers. He also gave full creditto purity of the sap at least 25 per t '

jfaihewi opposed the .proposition ofi of a certain attorney. the bravery and courage to those: cent over what it formerly was. In ( '

I i: Mr, Light to compel the payment of | "We feel warranted In condemning \vho wore the blue. The sermon was case it is desired to accelerate the extraction : GET OUR PRICES .J
-cOl1 taws, stating that H would of a such conduct on the part of these thoroughly enjoyable.The of the sap a small vacuum C. r

IX 4-r certainty put Marlon county back Into Jurors ,as well as on the part of the attorney presentation of the crosses of pump can be attached and one or two .1'

',-': e same position she occupied in the especially when he was inter- honor was next on the program which strokes will do the work of days.

.k Let us continue to have whiteS ested in the outcome of charges to be was done by Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, the The cost of manufacture of the cupsis

rr4prcmMy..s: a brought before that grand.i111"'." president of the Chapter who iv r- less than the cutting of boxes during '

| > Mr. Zft.ier. after telllns \ral itably a "Mother in Israel" She was the year, does not disfigure the Marion Hardware Company

if i **>edotes, introduced Mr. L. S. Light. New Haven Invaded by Kof C. assisted
&&> aspirant for the honor of representing Moorhea.1 and Miss Irma Blake. fire and can be used, not only for turpentine -

Marion In the next New Haven Conn, June 4.Nearlyten who received the crosses but tree from whichIt ,', -- __C- ,' .. ._.' .-, ..' ,_. '
county Those on any ; ::: :: :'; : : : ,-_ ; .... .' :': .::::.._ ':;,_ '
thousand members of the order of
,lfflalatUN-. and known as the "live were W. W. Jackson of Electro, who : is desired to take the sap.

;wire" candidate. lie said he would tell the Knignts of Columbus have already was a lieutenant of the 32d: Georgia Wa Never Disappoint Our Patients
invaded this city and more are com A Word from Waldo.
|.Mvera things he "would" do among regiment. R. A. Fife's name was called

[the. first was that he would with the ing to attend the annual conventionthis but he was not present. He was a We Fulfill Evsry Promise and Beyer Hold Out FAIz- U. ",
"week. T he local members of the theN
-Jwp.f i bU host of friends, defeat Mr. member of Col. Martin's regiment. L. S. S. writes from Waldo to' UIC PIIDC Strtetar without the kalf orboagrteandIf tsrtho.i.'w'ttb"

)khn', for the coveted position to order. assisted by a large committee Mr. M. H. Rou of Reddick, wrote a w York Fruit Produce News a! follows C UUnC pain or detention from bnilntul Contagions Blood h '
: representing the various never to retora, without mercury or mineral nature; Lots of !
of Knights
fwWch he aspired; he towo ld" find out very touching letter stating his regrets' : -- Yigor Positively enredf BO.tlmaUEtb.M p.nmaa

the keeping of the state's luanticitum lodges of this state have been busy at not being able to, be present, but Waldo has not been very much in "\l&wigti' Tile Dr.hug)tedleia c.II aa blatftuCfoa OT5athedue7
st&ti GeoJ'i'& for u. trt&1I1lt 1UI,4 ewe
: cost $10:;,OOO now to maintain for weeks preparing for the_convention said that the infirmities of age pre evidence in your columns and a little l1erT01U a4chrcs1e Dr. N. Eo KD'h.. ]
is in readiness for thJa Inath4t1011,II&helhtet eomulUq.pecl&U NIziI
and now everything summarazlng of might be of In-
?;-RTtrhll ten years ago It only cost vented. Mrs. Anna Bond Hopkins, an crops ,* I ty s iuffOf ealaenlpbyilclD.tndeaJi )Ci.I .
"-IeQ; he "would" find out what had the enormous crowd streaming in this enthusiastic member of the Daughters terest. Beans, squash and cukes are Our lueceu U Uu treatment of cbmue 4U UM b nisryM>
forenoon trainloads of delegates 'k led; WI ttt bOth! medlotl tad electrte&l sgine f
bQorn city. All .him the medal in the principal crops here., with lettuce vlib ait Use *
of the Dlsston fund and the volunteered to take w. Cur oClccaIrt equipped nirtiUa, rwwSf ttt t
all of the United 4 lea,X-ray,violaS ,inC noseanr la fact, iMtttcticontriTMee
k44.n from parts and potatoes also raised pretty gen ra" mry s
war claim fund; tie would un- person which she was authorized to known to Uw medical profession. Our..hututSa
larili such & bunch of graft in Talla- States arrived here. The delegates, do.. erally. Owing to dry weather Crops uodara In .very rtipeet, and v. employ none but tbe b**$ '

ae. U to make the citizens open many of whom are accompanied by Mrs. Gary then read the ,following were cut short a little. but a greatmany tninad licennd ud pttjiieiuu efficient attendants being la ehafgs.W regularly. quU e4 indutMu4

ladles were received local committees thousand crates haVe gone out employ no nbtetding meuc to WCUM pttit&U tad
r )'t. He did not want to denyt brief but pretty address: V&nage.soC.O.Wioruute4furI1erscre&rssiUk1
t had belonged to the various appointed for that purpose and conducted Dear Friends-For the seventh tinw and the season is only in full swing. '1'\ '' ), .' by thli 1nJtu OD. Our tenni for tnatm.it crane iron IUO S
their respective headquarters I to$10.00 per month(medicines Invaded.&1d we glre tt...sa,
ak i cited by Mr. Mathews, but said to it gives!. me pleasure, to ofw you the Prices have been excellent and growers I, Lose of a ears within a tpeclfied isis.

|jit, each change was an honest one; where they registered and were cross of honor as a testSiJonial that are preparing for a ,.heavy season MV :I!. CHRORI C nierierc.t W ..u.osfuliy.vsg&sdp.rbI" sU ctvaj.t f

..'his entrance into th* democratic assigned to their lodging. the Daughters of the Confederacy be- next year.Peaches. l BESTijRijEttHllDRma u Kidney and BUddiw trouble, Bheama&lBmo
will not begin BdroeeleDr&1u.. Louet, etc. and alt Prv'
The convention proper and will be t.n & rPiJJJIUch
he had never missel a precinct! lieve in, the righteousness of the cause are coming on % UNT1LctmEL1 &,.. Tumors tail millzcaa tronbUi. catarrh of Jk
Sttn*. never failed to vote at a pri- until tomorrow, but there will be for which you periled your lives In of good size and flavor Unless all MOM Throat, Besd ud Lungs Diseu of 1:1' and EM
and the officers of N. K. KINa ... CX Chronic Dbea e. of Women itch M DityUcemiaCwi
,. never missed a meeting of the a, public reception the sixties and 'esteem and revere you signs fail 2.500 crates is not overesti- CMWCTIM Hvueuuc Cnaataril Discharges,md such we kne te* of women.
the Nation alCouncil this evening the shipments from now till USo-d.ayregtzdle.gyoUCCfldItostfyOI ue sick or ifilcted.: On reqowt v*
committee, of which tie was : for the heroism you displayed in ,support mating W II i t e lend fOil tsr lltentart,Inclodiog symptom tluki for tone tnu&tut.
which promises to be a grand affair. July 1. The pear crop will be short. :
a member Immediately on_ his of your convictions. CONSULTATION, JCXAJIISATION AND ADVICSTrKEE -

: I' the party and each year since; Tombrow morning the delegates will Your great leaded, General Robert owing to blight and a species of bug n Un. KINO MEDIOAL tin,, KJBJMhJg: Atlanta Ba. '-
at St.
attend pontifical high mass which has caused great devastation.The .
be only recommended what oth- E. Lee as a gentleman in the noblest

wch as the governor and other John's church on Davenport avenue. sense of the word, stands in the front promise was excellent for a ban- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
.officials' advocated In regard to His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons together rank of the characters of history. His ner year and even now 'there will be a :

f poll tax question; said If 'Mr. with several archibishops and message to his son "Duty is the sub- great many barrels moved through

WI did not know any Setter than bishops will be- present. After mass llmest word In the English language." Waldo. S.: A. Standley & Co. '

the National Council will convene in here. Come and .
LIA this waa his idea he ought to te the key to his exalted character. Excellent openings

.- at, home Tallahassee"' was noIIrIee the new Knights of Columbus buildingon In refusing the comnr.an4: of the federal do a little prospecting. The gates are ,

for him. Mr. Light quoted some Chapel street The rest of the, day armies and offering his sword to open. ,

l.. is "thunder" which has been pub- will be spent in sightseeing. Carriages Virginia his native state and the r The PinQccle] of Human
rides have been arranged Buffalo Derby at Kenilworth. SkilL
|*Itt before In these columns, and parties and trolly i' home of his ancestors he was actuatedby -. :-
In the evenIng '
.. assuring his opponent that he for that purpose. the most unselfish patriotism. Asa Has been reached In our carriage, -
promenade concert and Special to the Ocala Banner: ._,
grand .
thlzed with him in his predic- a general the world acknowledges that ,
lt ball will be given i nthe armory. Buffalo, N. Y., June 4.-As fine a buggies and harness. The onlyway H
t. and felt really sorry for ,hlm he had few equals in any age or country :
morning will be devotedto j string of horses as was ever seen in
,at.that it couldn't be helped he fej.i'wu Wednesday but to the private soldiers of the they can ever be better is to raise the '
sightseeing and various enter Confederacy for their courage and this city is now quarteded in the shedsof t.7,

tainments and in the afternoon the the Kenllworttv race track where. pinnacle-elevate the standard-and ,
fortitude belongs the honor of 'win-
before the -
agreed speechesti building on Chapel street will the thirty day race meeting will open
ti first to to have new ning the battles planned by the genius ; then vehicles will ;
.. speak ws dedicated.. Addresses will be made !this afternoon. Themost_ important even our be found '
of General Lee. v
worda In "rebuttal. Mr. Math. President Hadley of i event of the opening day Is the famous '
'":''Ifa'&nIn', took the eland and in a by the mayor. Therefore to every Confederate soldier which at the top. They are not so high In <
Cardinal Gibbons and other distinguished Buffalo Derby, was won
.$ s4Itt Invited his opponent who bore an honorable part in. the
..' manner members of the hierarchy.In last year by Oxford a colt owned by prices though as to be out of reach :
'ltta1t.hiI1\ great struggle for principle, and onsUtutional -
: Tallahassee next April.
the evening a banquet will be ten Jacob B. Lang, a. local horseman. For
-J ( mthat he.would. be shown officers rights, the cross of honor is of excell- of most vehicle users Let ua. quou.f
; dered the delegates and national this year's Derby a number
)tni st courtesy as one of this con- i tendered by the 40,000 women of our exit horses have been entered. I C4.cq-r., .
,. etL. He also wanted to r<,rrect'' the session organization forming chapters in almost "- I I you figures. !
(ifl'. Light seemed to. think was On Thursday every state In the Union. HJY.Ing -
I of the National Council will be conjtinued Found a Cure for Dyspepsia.Mrs. .
dLjor at 10 to 1. Ask addressed you on several previous -'
aU votes '
there will
T) ;.Mathers about this proposition, as and in the and afternoon other entertain- occasions I shall.not detain you today, S. Lindsay. of Fort Willams, LIVERY FEED & SALE STABLE !
l"bo field sports Ontario. Canada who has suffered ,
; orter did not quite grasp it. for though the glorious recordf the I ,
the delegates'will pre number of from dyspepsia -
ments. Most of quite a years
Th Confederate soldier has been
often the
:, TJeechea! over those present were for their return on Friday mornIng i and great pains in the stomach :
,._ etecl,.to dinner, and ,such a dinner! pare theme of poets and sages yet was advised by her druggist to takeChamberlain's '
or Saturday. Tell it as you may Stomach and Liver Tab
,:SW it.y'.ta .
not attempt to ;
} describe LANDS.
find that
it lets. She did so,and says, 1
Sing as will
:say. that there never was aJlettet' Hon.. R. Hudson Burr's entire vote you they have done me a great deal of .

,.. .", :0 ne prepared. In the primary was 18,424. ,Thai Is : It never can be sung- good. I have never had any suffering have lands wish to sell lease or rent;
If you ,
;: those present with their fam- that has three The story of the glory since I began using them. If troubled you "
ina.ny in a state ,
not so Of the men who wore the gray." with dyspepsia or indigestion why not or if want to buy lands for farming, grazing, *
'' :* you
rW Unit-
_ ; noted Messrs W. L. Simon- members in the congress of the take these tablets. get well and stay

H-.:8..'A., Neal W. R. Drehr. J. L ed States.. Mr. Alfred Ayer a member of the well For sale by all druggists. m turpentining or lumber purposes, :;

': tt agton, W. W. Geiger S. P. Gel- Marion Camp U.. C. V.'s made a very -

<;. ., &.&, Zelrouer Frank Cameron. During April 19.967 tons of high happy impromptu address. He told of Short Horn Bulls J11ghergrade! Write to -'
half breed and
0. Iieal phosphate 'rock were an incident, which came under his personal A few
1U\d G. W. Beollah., grade Florida yearling Shorthorn bulls to exchange
4-Dther, It was' a fine gathering shipped through Savannah to Hamburg knowledge illustrating one of the for beef cattle. Write or call and see REAL ESTATE CO.

..eJI *med to enjoy themselves ,to Rotterdam Bremen Caiston admirable traits of Jefferson Davis me at Munroe & Chambl5ss bank. BLOUNT, .,
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r ALACHUA COUNTY. and upon that tedictmept.a capias will rM100D, big umealW

issue. and the offender be borught before Notes from the Pebble District-Trans The editors of the Floroida press association The delegates from the Florida} conference -

The Stab Attorney: Writes a Letter the court, and an opportunity fers of Mining Properties.-Scar- were warmly' welcomed and will not object to a few "echoes" potatoes can nab

Telling of the Doings of the Grand given him to explain away the .criminality city of Labor.
royally entertained at their annual by' the chairman.
Jury-Judge Wills Calls Extra i of the act or to contradict the be produced withojjfj

Grand Jury To Make lin- evidence. Very little out of the ordinary has meeting in Ocala last week by the hos- First of ail. we 'found the, city of

vestigations. .Neither has a party the right, who is happpened in the hard rock region pitable citizens of the "Brick Cit -" Birmingham to be more of a city than a liberal amount oL

during the past month. The weather'
under Investigation by the grand Jury which it was a pleasur to note continues we had thought is built on a liberal
A strange condition of affairs exist has been good and the operators had
to before either in
appear your body, to grow and prosper. Editors scale :of linear and square"fee/t-broad POTASH in the ferti
In Alaohua county Criticisms of the to take what advantage they could:
person, or by <:counsel or to produce Frank Harris, of the Banner and C. L.
late grand jury became so open and of this condition. The usual rainy streets, with due regard to the right
wisnesses before But it is his
you. Star
Bittinger, of the two of Florida'sbest izer-not less than
notorious that the state attorney, Hon. privilege when he is brought :into this season will probably soon set in, durIng daily papers, were untiring and angle. And, yet the streets are none te>n

: B. PJ Calhoun felt impelled to write court for final trial to be confronted' which the production is necessarily successful in their efforts to make the too broad to accommodate the full It

a. communication through the channels curtailed. The most Important per cent. must bt
the witnesses him and to
by against
.. visitors feel that truly Ocala's latch tide of strenuous humanity. One needs
of the newspapers telling ot his connection problem the miners are confrontedwith
have the benefit of counsel. string hung outside for them and the four sets of eyes in guarding againstthe in the form
with the''grand Jury, and took "While U Is a crime to attempt to at this time is the labor ques- Sulphal
welcome given them will be long remembered cross currents of human activity. .
occasion to say that In certain 4n- tion. Laborers are scarce and inefficient -
corrupt a Juror at common law, still at by every toiling "quilldriver" With a population. of fifty thousand,
of of
If'"true POTASH
etances he the finding This condition alone compels op- hightsquality.
law the crime was known as
common ,
of the Florida press who was and an increment of ten thousan4 vis-
4" bills" and although the evidence was reators to take a very conservative position -
a misdemeanor punishable only by so fortunate as to attend the meeting. itors from adjoining towns, there is .:
jlaln no action was taken. It seems with regard to negotiating con- ;
fine but the legislature of the state of
Miss Sara Elizabeth Harris, the accomplished enough of "life" to occupy :the streets.
that the state attorney was being crit- tracts for future delivery.
Florida has seen fit to raise it from a and editorof The and .z ,
Company charming city buildings everything else are
icised the same as the grand jury, and punishable by Imprisonment in the The Dutton Phosphate is "Plant Food" and "Truck Farmin
the Banner, and R. R. Carroll the constructed on a large scale and one
In the recent primary he received In now operating its new plant and two practical books which tell of the such
'.{ lojaj v 11 a[eta pre ioreamapslm genial city editor of the Star:; were also impressed. with the financial solidityof
Alachua county only a handful of votes state prison.At dredge built an enormous cost on Its AJ growing of potatoes and the other gait
> attentive and added greatly! to the this city of coal and iron.
lor renomlnation, and be felt Impelled ( this point of the charge Judge property recently acquired at Floral truck-sent free to those who write for thesj'
pleasure of the visitors. The meetingwas The church are numerous, as: they
to answer the critclsms and in doing City. This dredge is one of the largestin
Wills quoted the law on the subject, not as largely attended as wish- should be and some of them are ponderous Address GERMAN KALI WORKS, :41
*> ,shifted the responsibility of the providing the fines and penalties of this district and was constructed Clew Yerk-9J Nassau Street, or If
ed for and expected, but it was Inter- structures, and convenient in
allure to take notice of certain cases for the purpose of handling a four- Atlanta G-22H So. Broad Strtd
any person attempting to corrupt esting and s'uccessful and tended, as arrangement. First Church where the
upon the grand jury, where probably jurors or officials coming under its yard dipper. This dipper, however has \j
these meetings always do. to strengthen conferi-nce was held will seat fifteen -
belonged. not yet been put In position and the

It Is stated that one of the membersof head.) dredge Is at present operating with a the newspaper toilers in their good hundred though it is often "packed" [ '
"The court instructs AND ElG
gentlemen [
you, work of building the state on lofty with eighteen hundred. The churchesare I
offered hun-
the grand jury was one that it is not necessary in order to twoandahalfyard bucket this size
lines while chasing the elusive dollar. largely attended and an extra sup-
dred dollars If he would vote against being larger than ordinarily used.
constitute this offense that the .
jurors Ocala is a beautiful city of several ply of street cars are found aj the AGENTS FOR --
bringing in a "true bill" in a certain Shortly after beginning operations the
should have been corruptly influenced,
thousand people larger than the pop- doors at dose of service.
case. Indeed, the criticisms as- we roof of this dredge was almost entirely
but the intent to corruptly influencethe ERIE CITY IRON WORKS]
: ulation of Live Oak whatever that The Florida delegates kept sober, yetit
!have before said became notorious
burned off. However this damage to
is the
jurors essence of the
may be-if you let Ocala make the es- must be said that one of them
that Judge Wills has felt it his duty the ,boat was slight and was immedi-
timate-and it is full of vim and push started dnto the "bar" through mistake.So .
to call;) an extra term of court to makea ately repaired, so that very little time '
n wish to call your attention to the
and There fine schools
enterprise. are much for having a bar in connection -
thorough Investigation of the< was lost by the accident
acts and conduct of jurors during the
and churches, paved streets and all with a hotel with no difference In
"charges of bribery and corruption"made Shipments of Florida hard rock con-
term of this court. Jurors should
so modern improvements and conveniences the style of door. We tried to maintain '
against the late grand jury. tinue 6,000 ALSO |1-
k heavy April. 1906 being -
conduct themselves
so to
as cause no
It is located in a rich farming our sobriety in dealing with vital ques-
In his charge to the grand jurors tons in excess of April 1905. Ship-
comment be
to made
their acts
upon country and within five miles of the tions. We did not contend over each
trudge ;Wills, among other things said: ments for the first four months are
during the term of court You famous Silver Springs and the Ockla- other's vote and while
we were generally -
"Gentlemen: You have now been 35,000 tons in advanceof :
approximately -
and each of you are Judges in one waha river. "Ocala is a good news- a unit our differences were always HEATERS( AND PUMPS
selected, sworn and empaneled as the same period of last year.
sense of the word. While I sit as craft'
paper town, said one of "the pleasant Our lay 'delegates had an
grand jurors for the present term of In the pebble district while the ship-
judge of the law sit
s you gentlemen as he reflectively .viewed one of. the aversion against being "figure heads"
this court. This is a special term of ments were not as heavy during Aprilas
each and every one of you, as judges of big stores on the square, and that Is and so in their committee work they
court, called by myself as your presid- for the same month last year the COMPLETE STEAM PLANT
the facts and the most im-
; are
you enough said for the life and enterprise saved themselves: from the soft im-
ing judge, because of representation total pebble shipments for the first
portant of the
part court. of any place for you can't downa peachment.
of certain matters made to me. In four months of this year exceed the
state is made
attorney by
town where the business men use As usual there
was more negative Write for Estimates and
my opinion, the public welfare and the same period of 1905 by about 29,000,
legal adviser and he will assist !
your primer's Ink as freely as shown in the than affirmative legislatio-n. If it had Specia"Catalogues
of justice in Alachua
cause county required tons.
you at such times as you may desire Banner and Star this week. It was a not been for the time !honored "non-
of me that a special term of: It Is reported that the mines are
his services in the examination of wit- '
x pleasure to note the evidence of improvement concurrence" our law book would have

this' court ,be held.a nesses, 'in explaining to you the law, shipping right up to their production. and progress, and 'every been greatly enlarged without 'being,H
the last session of this
During as nearly as practical and that some
or the pertinency of the evidence
or. every editor rejoiced in the prosperity greatly Improved. Doctor Richardsonsaid
court, which has just ended, there were any of the pebble companies, not being ableto
other matter before and he
you; that has-come and is coming Ocala. that "nonconcurreuce" killed t'"Hardshell" THE
rumors! upon your streets of attempts: will be withou at all times that furnish their own production fast

then to corruptly in session influence, by parties the grand upon jury th- may vote as wish to him whether except you when will or you:will go you not to enough order have to fill bought contracts.Tennessee rockin -Leesburg Steel Commercial.Big Wnarves, for Manilla. what a good should thing church,be but killed.in! Sometimes the main it it kills kills CAMERON( N & BIRKlJ[( [C4 s

outside. These rumors grew from dad find a true bill.a ; From Fort Meade comes; the news 41.
The memorial to authorize under- ....
to day, until they were common talk ,"Now grand jurors frequently make that an important phosphate deal has Special to the Ocala Banner:
graduates In charge of a work to officiate -
I upon your streets; they reached the some remark upon the streets or In been consummated by parties in the Manila, June .-To do away with I

ears of the officers of this court and speaking to each other as to somethingthat land pebble district who sold to par- the excessive cost and inconvenience the in subject marriages of hot, and discussion to baptizewas but 1 i Jerry Burnett, F

were brought to my attention ,by par- has occurred In the grand jury ties in Charleston S. C., a large tracton of.lighterage in Manila bay, two large

ties who calimed that they were in a room and unintentionally let out a the east side of Peace river which steel wharves are to be constructedhere. it became a law. Our members will not I Merchant
henceforth be to call in
position to give evidence if they could secret of the grand jury. Therefore has been found to contain one of the The bureau of Insular affairs haslet compelled a I -

give that evidence frankly and freely; the better and only plan for grand richest deposits of phosphate in the the contract to a New York firm Baptist preached or a justice of the I

R'' to. the grand jury-of attempts that jurors to keep the secrets of the grand pebble region. Preparations to erectan the Atlantic Gulf and Pacific company, peace to marry them, nor will childrenand I Tailoring.

had been made to influence the grand jury, is to transact and hold allot extensive plant are already being and the work will sOOn be begun. One adults wait for many months and i .

Jury in their deliberation upon a cer- their conversations concerning the made. Engineers are surveying for a of the, wharves will be 650 feet long perhaps die before being baptized. I Ocala Florida. \J
The"union of the two societies of
tain cause, or causes, then pending before grand jury work purely ta the grand railroad to connect the plant with the and 110 feet wide with pile and con- our

that body. Whi these fact; jury room. I respectfully charge you Atlantic Coast Line railroad. trete clyinder superstructure and reinforced women was not effected, but a committee Finest Imported and: ;,
was appointed to arrange a
coming from the sources which they: upon this subject of keeping the The pebble district has been the concrete deck. The other i Domestic Cloths. .
for their union next
did came to my knowledge, then 1 secrets of counsel of yourselves of the scene of another transfer recently. wharf will be 609 feet ,long and 250 plan by general Special"
conference. The surfeit of societies
felt charged with the responsibility of state of Florida and of your fel Messrs.. P. B. and R. S. Bradley of feet wide. The depth of water in which Cutting a

presiding over this circuit ,that embraces lows.a Boston have lately purchased throughMr. these wharves are to be built Is about must continue another four years.I Fits Guaranteed.|
.5. A resolution adopted lookingto ':,
over seventy thousand people "Followthe oath that you have David S. Woodrow of Ocala Fla.. thirty feet at mean low tide. Construction was "#

within its limits, and I, a the preside taken observe what are known as the Diston lands work will require about a restatement of our faith for the
every word of that dur- UcFTER
world-wide Methodism. So
benefit of and MAOKA1
tog judge charged with the -
responsibility eighteen months. The
ing your deliberations and then it will consisting of about 6,090 acres in Polk wharves will
of articles of faith .
jealous are we the -- ,
of enforcing the law and order
cost about 450000. -
follow county about ten miles south of Bar- 'j.
as surely as day the night that J
that the least suspicion springs the
throughout circuit, that an attempt tow. These lands The United States Steel Products -t !
your actions will be right. are in the heart of ----.... '. ,
defendant to his feet And 'through .
was made not only that reflected "In voting upon4he question I whetheryou the pebble country and are estimatedto Export Company, which handles the 60. ..
failure to understand the "
upon Alachua county but an attempt foreign business of the United a proposition ..
will or whether you will not finda contain several million tons. What States ...

if successfully carried out and true bill 'at least'' twelve of you the purchasers intend doing with their Steel corporation, will ship the struc- a number of able speeches were deliv-

allowed to prevail in the counties of tural steel for the ered against tt. Bishop Wilson's speech
The order
number must vote in the affirmative recently acquired possessions has not tremendous.

the elate would make the administration Any less number than twelve votng in been given out for the cast iron pipe 3,500 tons has against the resolution was FUNERALDIRECTORS II
Those who in favor of the
of the law a farce and a travesty the affirmative you would return a "nc Besides the authentic transfers that been placed with a Scotch firm.as: better were reso

lution were thrilled, and applaudedhim
upon justice. bilL" have taken place the air has been rife !terms both as regards: price and !
"And it is for this while he fired away at his inan
purpose that I with delivery were offered than could- be
The grand jury went immediately rumors of all other deals in this
have called this special term of the obtained in the United States of straw"-a man eo completely annihilated J-
into session. How long that body will region. It can be said on the best au- 11
'_cenrt, aat far tfie Biiraose of. having that Bishop Candls had; to Have
I remain in their aenBsrati&n Is fiat thorny that iwo or mess reports originated -- a full stocfi Of Coffins Ca i

"this grand jury to review the actions, known.-Gainesville Sun. from the fact that two of the A New Florida Industry. jump' to his feet and give the speaker and Burial Outfits. Special given

'.of to act as an appellate court over an apostolic hug. Some of the finest Burial services.

the last grand jury; but to investigate large pebble companies have recently Last year down In Florida one of horses will scare at a stump, and some
Following the Flag. sold their bonds for a very large Embalming to Order jY1
-the facts, as to whether there was any amount-The,.American Fertilizer. the experts of department in going of the ablest men will take fright at I I .

attempt to corruptly influence the last When our soldiers went to Cuba and around found 'a nan who was the breaking of.a. little stick in the 1 1r

.grand jury., the Philippines health was the most Just What Everyone Should Do. trimming some ornamental camphor forest Revision is one thing; restate- feGlional. '

"It is a duty that you owe to the lastgrand important consideration. Willis T. Mr. J. T. Barber of Irwinville Ga.. trees. He got the clippings from those ment of the same faith is another. ._ I

Morgan, retired commissary sargeant, always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's trees and experimented with them in Fraternal were good better !
jury, fearlessly and impartially U. S. A. of Rural Route No. 1, Con- messages
investigate this matter-as towhether cord. N. H. says: "I was two years in Colic hand Cholera ready for and instant Diarrhoea use.Attacks Remedyat the bureau. He found that he could best The adrresses by Dr. Young, L FULL ER. L. F. BLA IOU: j

any attempt was made to influence Cuba and two years in the Philippines of colic cholera morbus and diarrhoea get a higher content of camphor oil of England and Dr sParlin, from .FtJI.LE. & BLALOCK.Dentists. !

and whether any member oftheir King's and being New subject to colds. I took Dr, come on so suddenly that 'there is no and a better quality of camphor than Canada were most enjoyable. Doctor : :'

'- body was influenced or noL which kept me Discovery in perfect Consumption health. And store time to for hunt medicine.a doctor or go to the they could in the island of Formosa, Matthew and Vice-President Fairbanks Over fRanc & Chambliss Bank Ocala FIi. |
Mr. Barber
"You have here a county In its material now. in New Hampshire we find It "I have tried Chamberlain's Colic says: where they cut down and kill the tree. were better read than heard. EGGS

resources and in its variety of better medicine than any in the work Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy whichis He further found that large tracts of The sea was choppy, and a snag obstructed T _

those resources It is unsurpassed by for coughs all lung colds diseases.bronchial troublesand one of the best medicines I ever saw. land in Florida, which were comparatively the route of Mr. Fairbanksand ATTORNEYATLAW.Office .
Guaranteed at
any county in the state of Florida.. Tydings & Co., druggists. Price 50 cts. I I keep have a had bottle several of it attacks in my room of colic as valueless for other purposes prevented easy sailing. The "slip ( in Gary-Affnew Block.) .

"Your city is a city which stands and Jl.OO. Trial bottle free. m and it has proved to be the best medicine were admirably adapted for growing of the lip" that said "mighty arm of OCALA PLOXIW,

fclgh In the estimation of the people of I ever used. Sold by all drug- these trees. He went immediately. to republicanism" instead of "mighty arm
this state; Gainesville is noted for the gists. m the celluloid people showed them the of Methodism," as intended, came near ___
turnout of the Press associationin
thigh moral public sentiment that result of 'his work, and explained to putting 'his boat on dry ground. Both AT-LAW
pre. Deal.A .
Ocala seems to have been a meager Large Phosphate ,
Tails here. You have a progressive them the possibility of introducing protestations of love with a view .to OCAUU .. nol.ID
one with a very small percent of the large phosphate deal is said to 7.&y -
spirit among your people tor the build- growth of these trees into this countryand matrimony. But love will always demand -
Florida have been consummated by Mr. E. R.
newspapers represented. They K.
ing of good roads and the general ad- last week they concluded the pur- respect Dr. Matthew said: "Let J CHASE _
were few but select excellent of ChiHers who sold to Mr. W. B. Chis-
types chase of lands in Florida far the investment I said to "All
Yancement of your county and the us quit firing. myself: DENTIST
the nen who make the home reading olm the vice-president and general ,
use of education;s but of $150,000 in the growing the shots we ever made have been return OCM &.
you accomplish PL
may of Charleston
matter for >.e people of this state and< manager the (S. C.)
of American camphor.-Extract from shots if will cease firing we
all of these ends and ; you -
carry Mining and Mfg. Co. a large tract on
we are sure that they had a migutj: L. BISTRUNK,
S them to the highest degree of perfection speech of Hon. F. E. Brooks, In Congressional will cease to return the fire." QABiOS
good time and got both profit and the east side of Peace river Florida,
but Record, May 1, 1906. I could write hut I am trespassing.
without the enforcement of more ATTORIEY-AT LAW.
pleasure out of the meeting. The truthis. near Fort Meade which has been -

1 law and order in your county. Alachua 'POPular opinion to the contrary not- found to contain one of the richest deposits .-L.. W. Moore in Florida Room 4, lf .saic Building
"Is it worth while to be an editor?" Christian Advocate.
county in all of her natural
resources, of phosphate in the pebble re-
withstanding that it Is harder for a
with all of her progressive spirit In all: For an answer call at my office some B. SINCLAIR
newspaper man in harness to get gion. Preparations to erect an exten- jJKS ,
that away day and see there a desk gayly deco- Deadly Serpent Bites
tends to advance the :
true and from his sive :plant are already being made. En-
business and
off for
good, will be a failure because without go a rated with the largest potatoes, turnips are as common in India as are stom- STENOGRAPHER & TTPEWBITE
good time than for nearly any other gineers are surveying for a railroad onions ach and liver disorders with us. For

he enforcement of the law and order kind of bread-winner. His duties are for the plant to connect with the At- cabbages oranges limes. the latter however, there is a sure and Notary Public.

!n & county life and property are ksecure -. of a peculiar and exacting characterand lantic Coast Line.-American Fertilizer. and eggs-ever grown in the county."Is remedy Electric Bitters; the great restorative Special attention to out of Town Wort
it worth while to be an editor?" medicine of which S. A.
unsafe and is Commercial
no man pro- Bank
his personal is Ocala,
tected. presence generally For an answer, ask Hon. W. A. Rus- Brown. of Bennettsville S. C. says: F13.e =

necessary to make the wheels go rand sell and "They restored my wife to perfect
Therefore, feeling that the public and round. This is especially true of Messrs. George C Mathews and 1... H. A. B. McKenzie of health after years of Buffering with

welfare of this county was Involved in S. Light candidates for the lowe Paiatka, Hon. J. H. Humphreys of Bra- dyspepsia and, a chronically torpid
this charge I called you as citizens of editors of the weekly press wh house of the legislature in the second dentown, Hon. E. S. Matthews, of liver. Electric Bitters cure chills and It Will .
make up the bulk of the membershipof Starke, Hon. A. P. fever, malaria, biliousness lame back '
: Jordan of Punta ;
your county, as the grand jury with the Press Association. Mechanicalskill primary had a joint debate at Gaiter- Gorda-and kidney troubles and bladder disor-

unlimited power to send for witnesses "at the case" and in the ville last Thursday to-a good crowd incidentally CoL.Bittinger ders. Sold on guarantee by 'Tydings i

to make a full and thorough investigation pressroom and which bystanders say was rich and Colonel Appleyard."Is & Co... druggists. Price .50 cts. m I
must as a rule be a part of their It worth PayYouI! !
of these charges that have been vivid and spectacular. Mr. Light had while to be an editor d
equipment-Live Oak Democrat. After the warm-hearted A citizen of Ocala has two bright
a welcome and
-made .... his cartoon along with :him which he
tots, aged respectively about five and
"Now what I have said to you-I do Florida Woman to Become a Lawyer. used most successfully and adroitly. reception tendered the Press You have Real Estat t
association seven, are much given to disputa- any
not mean to intimate to you as to the Miss Hattie Carpenter is probablythe Mr. Mathews had nothing but his of the by the people of Ocala we tions. Their controversy the over I IF to sell,

strength of the evidence that is tooome first young woman In Miami to tongue which did not forsake him and press can have but one answerto
evening in the of
that presence a visitor.
before your body.. As to what study law. She is now most earnestlyand which it is said he used to good advan- question.-Extract from Harry ORYou're =
Brown's Address. was on the question much mooted by f
evidence you will have before you. I enthusiastically: reading law in the tage.
their as'to
by way, which
know not: that la a matter for you to office of Messrs. Hudson & Boggs. -Miss Matthews thinking of com D.g 1
for Speaker. were the greater man or woman? IF
Death From
.determine\ is for to to Florida
you determine Carpenter is prominent as a teacherin for a home, jj
follows "Huhsaid he of the
never an injury from the evidence that shall be adduced :
the high school and is The
proficient brilliant
Arnica Salve. Its anticep- young editor of the finally in tones of triumph, took at
before your body, not whether in other branches of tic and healing
many educational properties prevent Starke Telegraph, who made so excel OR 15tF
Washington father of
George his
the party is guilty beyond a reasonable work and will no doubt succeed 'at blood poisoning. Chas. 'Oswald mer- lent a record in the legislature j
chant of Rensselaerville. N. T. writes: 190, country. He was a man. And Christopher
doubt or not but whether from the whatever she undertakes. You desire to invest in aII1
-Miami Me will be candidate
a for the
"It cured Seth Birch of this place, of speakershipof Columbus; he: discovered America. I
evidence direct or circumstantial that tropolis. the ugliest sore on his neck I ever: the house next year and the state ." kind of Florida property<

It put before your body you believe saw- Cures cuts wounds burns and newspapers "" -

.,'q that there was an'attempt to corruptly An Alarminq Situation sores. 25 cts.,at Tydings & Co. drag- with are supporting' candidacy His opponent subsided apparentlydiscomfited 1

;;S influence the mind of any grand jurorat frequently results from a neglect of gists.. m commendable unanimity. and dumbfounded. But TO SEE

; the last term of this courts and you clogged bowels and torpid liver. until .. Whatever votes he may lack after an in a little while she rallied and true OR 'WRITE i

constipation becomes chronic. This A satisfied customer is the best advertisement of the newspaper men chosen as members to the
penchant of her
believe that there, was, although: the condition is unknown to those who use i and satisfaction is not have U sex for the last
evidence before you maybe only evidence Dr. .King's New Life pills;: the best i only our aim. but our guarantee. Try Aye"rill be supplied word rejoined with a gesture of Ineffable :

on behalf of -prosecution.. and gentlest regulators of stomash and the White House shoe: spring styles by his many friends and admirers disdain building wiser than RaIIVIRGSTOH N DSOP$

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?,''' 1ican Ji any exiled Kentuckyan Representative Charles A. Towne, of Reddick. Fla. June 6, 1906. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial I County Judge's Notice to Executor,;

temptation offered io t*>te What Cam Be Done by night Think. The report that is beIngdrculated Circuit of Florida in and for i Administrators. Guardians
t New York, delivered a speech in the Marion County- Chancery......
: 1of Governor J. C. W. bar aad Self Control. that I voted for a negro years ago is Etc.- -.5

"invitingthe fcome-coming at house on the tariff question. The Zopyrus the physiognomist said, a falsehood.The City of Ocala. Complainant. vs. C. W.. The attention of all Executors. Ad-
.ran Associated Press ministrators. Guardians and ail
report says that Mr. "Socrates' features showed that he was Morse, Jr., Defendant Order for other -
_: 11113 June 13-17. report that says T am a no- persons exercising authority In
'-be jnd parents yearns for the Town. was given an ovation and stupid, brutal sensual and addicted to fepce man and favor a no-fence law is Constructive Service.It matters relating to estates under 'andy any
adds: "He ordered that the defendant
; 'ofthe absent child, so does yourIjusr explained hIs reasons for drunkenness." Socrates upheld the lor Marion county, isa.. lie. herein named to-wit: C. W. Morse Jr., virtue of the authority of this
leaving the court is
republican party and declared analysis by saying "By nature I am be and he is respectfully called to sections -
commonwealth rejoice m the i The report that I am being backed hereby required to appearto 1872 to 1889 inclusive Revised

.""jet. 'of bringing you back. even fort the democratic party was right addicted to all these sins. and they and supplied with campaign: money to the bill of comp int filed in this I Statutes of Florida relatine to the '
< in 1896 in its demand for the free cause on or before
: to the Old Kentucky Home. were only restrained and vanquished\ carryon my campaign is not so. Mondav. the 4th Day of June- 1906. settlement of their accounts, final dis-
coinage of silver. He said the increased charge. and removal of
: ' production reports as are .
gold since
Emerson In effect "The virtue this order be oublished
; tiver'1a.nd5 or climes you mayA says cent of his campaign expense. once a week required by law, and NOTICE Is hereby -
.. : to take up your abode you that time made free silver coinage un you would like to nave' assume It as already ',I will prosecute in the 'courts all for Ocala four consecutive weeks in the given to all concerned that all 5

\t 1oA necessary. Said he: ':The people appropriate It enter into Banner, a newspaper published Executors, Administrators, Guardians -
. "':' by parental authority sr.m'b.Ck yours whom I can prove have circulated any in said county and state.
){ decided not ,to open the mints but the part and live the character just as This 24th and others who have failed or neglected -
'-I" to the proud old state of the above untruths. day of April. 1906. to make their returns
to this court
.. heaven decided to open the mines. It the-great actor is absorbed In the char. Yours L. (Seal) S. ::r. SISTRUNK. -
-gave birth to you or your fore- Truly S. LIGHT. as required by law on or before ,tha -
was both wiser and kinder than acter of the he No mat. Clerk Circuit Court Marion County,
--'r& Theld dinner hori;., that in I part plays. Florida.T. first day of June 1906 will be required -
.,: you.: ter how great your weakness or how Cuban Diarrhoea. to make such settlement under process .
of the E. Biggs
';d 'j-of yore you ap- Complainant's. Solicitor. of this court and will be forth-
"When Mr. Towne came: to an explanation much it steadily 4-27
.. you may regret assume
drfng meal, has been taken down U. S. soldiers who served in Cuba with removed from office.
of the -
vail and there hsues from press reports on the and persistently .its opposite until during the Spanish war know what A As these returns are often complicated i
jjjfl pair of White .
; speech he delivered at Kansas City the habit of that our House shoes requiring the examination ; .5
and hospitable mouth a you acquire holding this disease is, and that ordinary remedies will make feet of the -
eonorow;i your glad. New low
several weeks ago there was a prickIng thought or of living the thing not in its have little more effect than so quarter styles Just in entire record and considerable time -
reaching :
''' the remotest men and
jpet call parties desiring to make such settlements -
up of ears and a still closer attention weakness, but In Its wholeness, in Its much water. Cuban Diarrhoea is women. The Fair. x
of the earth and breathing in- as severe and dangerous a mild attack are requested to advise me the --
TOuer of every home-sick Kentuck- paid him. He began deliberately entirety. Hold the ideal of an efficient of cholsra. There is only one NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. particular day on which they intend to -

the.ear : faculty or quality, not of a marred or remedy, however that can always be make settlement in order that J may
Isi and irresistable
the: musical ap- 'There reports were to the effect deficient one. ,The way to reach or to depended upon as will be seen by the arrange my engagements with others -
drops all else and forth'Jiwtti certificate In the County having business at the office so there
thathe following from Mrs. Minnie Judge's Court Marion
? that I
was to return to Washingtonfor attain to anything is to bend oneself
/: begins his pilgrimage back to his Jacobs, of Houston. TeL: I hereby certify County Florida. will be no conflict Respectfully,
the purpose of 'exposing the toward it with all one's might, and we that Chamberlain's'Colic Cholera JOSEPH BELL. .. -
:f Ive heath. A Joyous welcome awaits president of the United States.! approximate it Just in proportion to the and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my hus- To OTTO GROTHE Defendant and County Judge of Marion Cunty. Fla; :

1yeu; feasts and festivals have been "He denied that he. said that he Intensity and the persistency of our effort band of a severe attack of Cuban diar- 3-2-tf. 5

jpiparedio: gladden your hearts. bur- would rhoea, which he brought borne from All Persons Interested. -4
'expose the president but said to attain it.
will awaken old and Cuba. We had several doctors but 5
: fO and barbecues that he did not think that was .the If you are Inclined to be very excitable they did him no good. One bottle of TAKE NOTICE that NOTICE.

:; f'jelriitful memories in you; music and proper place to present the characteristics and nervouSr. If you "fly all topieces' thic remedy cured him, as our neIgh- your property has been attached un- In. the Circuit Court-of the Fifth Judicial .- _
sweetest strains will cheer andcoifort bors will testify. I thank der and by virtue of writ of -. -
God for so a attachment -
g ,of the present chief executive, over the least annoyance, do not Circuit of Florida-In and .
: l. you; oratory and speech in el- to magnify and personalize his office waste your time regretting this"weafcf valuable druggists.! a medicine." For sale by all ,issued out of the County Judge's for Marion County-In '

:- ient terms will recount you to thelave m Court.of Marion County Flori.Lt, In a Chancery. .
and to exercise powers not only beyond ness and telling everybody that you -
[ which your old state bears for Dr. D. M. certain action therein pending, instituted Bessie I.Davenport Complaintant vs.
$ Bonty.
the traditional but beyond the cannot help It. Just assume the calm, William R. Davenport Defendant. Or-

:i Ji .and the interest an dprlde she has legal and constitutional limitationsof deliberate quiet balanced composure Be sure and read what Dr. Boney by attachment wherein Florida der for Constructive Service.It .

::'Iti.- in your success in other land that office. (Applause ond the dem- which characterizes your ideal personIn has to say about the treatement of the Packing an-1 Ice Company a corpora- is ordered that the Defendant, -

';t P die genial sun of spring warms In- ocratic, side.) that respect Persuade yourself that eyes. He has fine references of ihome tion organiz- and existing under the herein venport named be and to-wit is : William R. Da- :5.

-:,,-4iffe the beauties o( nature, so will "There are many things that unfit you are not nervous or excitable. that people and if h does not do all he laws of tha slate of Florida- is plaintiff appear to the Bill of hereby Complaint required In this to -

;;:'f "kindly glances.and friendly graspst&your him for judicious, careful just and you can control yourself that you are promises to do he refunds your money and you, OTTO GROTHi is defendant cause on or before, Monday, the 4th

:<_ old friends In Kentucky tni deliberate discharge of high executive well balanced, that you do not fly off every cent of it Certainly no propo- and that you are hereby required day of June, 1906. -.

:;, you. If possible a greater and functions under the Impress of which .on a tangent at every little annoyance. sition Is fairer -than this. See Dr. Bo to appear to said action before this It"Ia order further be published ordered that once a copy a week of ,

, ; t ;1derer love for the state you once he has time and again gone beyond the You will be amazed to see how the per- ney and let him tell you what he can the said Court on or before the for eight consecutive weeks in the -5

V'ktt' ;, Peace and plenty shall be yours, legitimate boundary of his place.' (Applause petual holding of this serene, calm, do. Don't let it be said that "a iprhphet Fourth Day of June, A. D. 1906, Ocala Banner a newspaper published -'

.if awl' hardeded indeed must' be the on the democratic side.) quiet attitude will help you to become is not without honor save in .his own or Judgment will be entered. lnst in This said 26th county and state.
day March
'-'llltelrt that resists such an invitation land. Read his advertisement in you. The amount claimed by said 1906.
"Mr. Towne promised to insert in his like your thought-Success. to- [Seal] S. T. SISTRUNK. L

:"l J"" & parental appeal" ( 'God's 'countrY4jTjune remarks later 'a few of these Instances day's :Banner. Florida Packing and Ice Company is Clerk Circuit Court, Marion county...

will put on her lovliest garb the sum of EIGHTY NINE and 95-100 Florida. -
of executive excess, of executive -
will she can dollars. Allred & Davis, jK. L. Sistrunk
itit nature; ( wear as Horse for Sale.
: r wandering beyond the wise and Complainant's Sol1cltoD.
r' in Kentucky her brightestvreath FLORIDA PACKING AND ICE C{). Cr
iwat, only' salutary that legal and constitutional Suggestions That Mar Keep One -- 3-30. -

: -;?: of flowersand, smiles, and the boundary which the constitution of From the, Doctor. A horse six years old well brokento By HERMAN BENJAMIN, -

-<,;''\;::;feathered songsters will gaily Join in his country has prescribed.! A person in good health with air harness, safe and sound., is offered Vice President and. Manager.H. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OFJFINA I;

t*. *,".tie. "musical celebration' ; green pastures 'It is not pleasant to examine' he play, easily resists cold. but when the for sale. Price $100. Apply' to "W," L. Anderson Attorney for Plaintiff.!' DISCHARGE. .

"f1: IadZ woodlands, rolling hillsides and said, 'and 'I shall not examine the health flags a little and liberties are care Banner office. 3td 2tw IB County Judge's Court Mtriem
Our low
quarter White House shoes --
. ,llturesqu. ; streams. will in glorious question of veracity between a high taken with the stomach or with the for Men and Women can't be beatenin Monda. Is Re Estate of J. f. Fdwarda
!gorgeous" style bespeak the welcome executive' officer, especially the president nervous system a chill is easily taken Mr. Douglas Hopkins, of Orange Ocala; The Fair. x IS Deceased.

: :which thrills every heart.' of .the United States, and other and. according to the weak spot of the Lake, who has been shopping Ocala *\TOITICK' whom it may HEREBY concern that GIVEN on the TO ALL .

? i HO:" can any footloose and fancy honorable and reputable gentlemen. It individual assumes the form of a coldor has returned to his home. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. 1St day of June A.D.zoo -&

;; }"' ftoAA'_... -American-." .. not fortunate enough Is enough' to say that it is exceedingly pneumonia. or It may be jaundice. i Under and by virture of a final decree the undersigned will apply to the H-v. Jojepa

.:3P--: .,?,fe.a native of Kentucky resist the unfortunate that this particular executive Of all causes of cold probably fatigueis Waffles. I rendered on the 28th day of April, for Jell a,judge final discharge of said court as Administratrix as judge of probate.of tb .

'-ienrptation to be on hand to witness' has had the misfortune to raise one of the most efficient. A jaded There is nothing more to the tasteof A. D. 1906, by the. Honorable W. S. estaie of if.i. Edwards, deceased and at Ute*

,l:" 'the'home mlng of Kentucky sonstganddaughters i a fastidious person on a hot sum- Bullock Judge of the Circuit Court same time I will present to said court my final
with man coming home at night from a long
the question of veracity
i every of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the accounts as adminUtratrtx of said estate, and
from all quarters 'of the I public character he has come In contact day's work. a growing youth losing twohours' mer morning than crisp brown ,waffles state of Florida in and for Marion ask for their app.ovaLDatedthisNov.z3A.D.i.

<|f country? The time selected for the I with during his administration.' sleep over evening parties two and wifh the newly !patented irons county in chancery In a certain cause D. C..EDWARDS -

; : fonstlon is the sweet of the year in (Applause on the democratic side.)' or three times a week or a young lady they may be cooked without troubleon pending therein.wherein D. C.W. Smithis As Administratrix Estate- of J. F; XlSwards.deceased
any kind of a burner. complainant and James Coons, Ia26m
rIr.erLti1cky. in the heart of America 1saiiIrab1 'Does the gentleman mean to let heavily "doing the season. young children Mary B. Coons and Porter Hanks Jr., -
| situated for what will real- S overfed and with short allowance One quart of'flour.. .
; that 'statem nf go into the record? are defendants. in which said final decree -

;;?' 11;"something of a reunion of thanation. asked Mr. Payn Does the gentleman of sleep are common instances of the One cup of meal I, the undersigned special masterin NOTICE OF SECOND PRIMARY.

';r smack- Nearly a quart of buttermilk.One chancery, was named and appointed -
information victims of cold.
Advance mean to make such a broad A second
...' '' to execute the same will as such spec- primary will be held on -
ig of the delights of life in Kentucky, statement as that and to say that. ,Luxury is favorable to'chill taking. teaspoonful of salt. ial master on the 12th day of June A. D., 1906, to -

makes one. almost wonder why any "nearly every," said Mr. Payne. Very hot rooms feather beds, soft A round teaspoonful, of ,soda.A Monday the 4th day of June, A. D. 1906 nominate candidate for legislature
1"; table'spoonful of lard. within the legal hours of sale offer from Marion county. The primary will -
1.Kentuc.ldans ever left home. The en- chairs create a sensitiveness that leadsto
'No. answered Mr. Towne. 'I
and for sale at the be held under the rules and call
expose as
Three beaten separately:
ll'tbntcome'promises to make every'Kentucky will say with a very great many and catarrhs. It Is not, after all the cold eggs south door of the court house in Ocala. published for first primary and the*

:'; exile wonder why he should that the returns are not all In.: (Applause that is so much to be feared as the 'Crease the irons and cook quicklv.Notice Marion county. Florida. and will sell same inspectors and clerks will man-

remain from home any longer and to the democratic side.) antecedent conditions that give the at. -- to, the highest and beet bidder for age said primary.
y on
of Special District School .
a cash the following described real M. GRAHAM
',&" several hundred thousand other tack a chance of doing harm.. ,Someof property -
"Mr. Towne said President Focp- Election at Martel. ,. to-wit: Chairman of Democratic Executive

II. ,Americans to thinking about taking velt received thousands of democratic the worst colds happen to those who.. Southeast quarter Ise 1-4) of south- Committee of Marion County.

:'-jB p;tljoir residence in. Kentucky, where votes in the election becase ?t was be- do not leave their house or even their Notice is hereby given that an election west quarter (sw 1-4) of section three May 30th, 1906.

,-,,' beds. and those who are most Invulnerable will be held at Martel on (3) townshipfifteen (15) south range
field, the forest and the mine beckIiwrat1ve1y -
lived by many that the democraticcandidate Saturday July 7th, A. D. 1906, twenty-three (23) east situate lyingand NOTICE.
.';' ,t for settlers. represented a class with are often those who are most't"xpos for the purpose of electing' a trusts* being in Marion county. Florida .7

,i' *vlt wouldn't be a bad idea for every which, the democrats claimed the .republican changes of temperature and for the' Martel special tax.- school district or so much thereof as will satisfy the In the Circuit Court In and For Mar-

:2' otter southern state to follow the exT party was' in partnership who by good sleep cold bathing and decree and costs. ion County, Florida.In .
The following persons have been appointed JOSEPH H. BELL.
regular habits preserve the tone of -
wpleof; Kentucky far the purpose of The> vote for Roosevelt he said, was managers of said election: Soecial Master in Chancery. Re Estate of A. C. Johnson.

I lag'the world of the many oppor- largely a. vote of confidence in him their nervous system and circulation. H. L. Seckinger, C. P. Pilians andJ. : Hocker & Duval Solicitors for Com Notice is hereby given that on the

: .tftnitles! each state possesses.-South- per on: ly. He continued: Probably many chills are contractedat F. Folks. By order of the Board of plainants. 45COMMISSIONERS 5th day of December, A. D. 1906,
at the end of the Public Instruction. this the 4th day of "
:.' night or tag day. the undersigned administrator of the
tTn1Farm Magazine. 'In that attitude he could and did
1906. G. S.
when tired people get the equilibriumof June.. SALE. estate of A. C. Johnson. deceased will
.: choosehis. allies V> carry -ut ..idf-a of Chairman. present my final return, accounts and ..
:. :t CHARLES PEYSER. legislation that he entertained. In their circulation disturbed by either Attest: W. D. CARN. Secretary. Under and by virtue of a decree vouchers, and apply for final discharge -

., overheat sitting rooms or underl eat- 6-8 of the Honorable W. S. bullock.: as administrator of said estate.
senate of the States these
e life blood and pulsing. business the Ignited ed bedrooms and beds. This is especially Judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of F. M. TOWNSEND

,. combinations with, some republicansand the case with elderly people. In Administrator's Notice of Final Dis- the State of.Florida, in and for Marion Administrator of the Estate of A., C..
jIrlng heart of .a community is its mar.y democrats and Ve are Informed charge. County, in Chancery rendered on the Johnson deceased. 6 1 6m
such eas >s the mischief Is not always
3rd day of May. A. D. 1906. in
the record and it is seldom a certain Martin, May 23th -906.
i--: *a 8"-earnlng Industries; One of the on done Instantaneously or In a single Notice is 'hereby given that on the cause in said Court pending,

t jf these in Ocala is the cigardory challenge ,by the other side, and night. It of fen takes place Insidiously 6th day of November. A. D.. 1906, the wherein Samuel P. Johnson is defend- NOTICE. -
1 which I believe is the truth. there was undersigned administrator of the es!! ant, and Thomas F. Johnson. Eliza
I;__ '_. of Charles.Peyser, estab- at an arrangement extending over days or even weeks.- stae of John W. Randall deceased. will Taylor and Mary E. Taylor are defendants -
arriyed In
at one the Circuit Court of the Fifth JudIcial -
; ore than twenty years ago. London Lancet present to the Hon. Joseph Bell County we, the undersigned commis- -
47 to 50 votes enoughto Circuit of Florida In and for..
:i ;eyser was raised in. and Is 8this by which Judge of Marion courty., Florida skmers. will sell on the 4th day of Marion
pass the law were aspired to Hit his final acounts and make final settle- June. 1906, at the south door of the' County-In Chancery.
F calling and is known a? Fighting the Current. -
president upon th bisis of an 'ameri' ?-1 llement and apply! for his final discharge court house in Ocala. Marion County, '
rock-bound Massachusetts has swift streams well stock- Thomas M. Wilson Complainant, vs.
as administrator of the said Florida, during the legal hours of sale, .
of the so-
to the rate provision Mrs. Anna Lee Wallace
ment Wadlow.
California ed with tish. An explorer tells of Papuan estate. P. T. RANDALL. to the highest and best bidder for cash'

born In Germany July 24 called Hepburn law, providing for a fresh water mullet which some- Administrator of Estate of John ,W. the following described property, to. and Order T. M.Wadlow.for Constructive Defendants-

restricted court review and for a suspension Randall Dweased. wit: S _
: o to this country "with hi? times weigh as much as fifteen pounds. Service.
4 of nterlocutory injunction.' Ocala, Fla... May; 3. 1906 5-4-6m Northwest quarter of southwest zIt -
i en twelve years of'age, and "These fish are wonderfully providedby quarter, and west half of northeast -
hours after is ordered the
that defendants
i-- ure moments from school "Within nature with an appliance which NOTICE quarter of southwest quarter of section -
here named. to-wit Anna Lee Wallace
I 'learned the cigar making that agreement was reached 'Withou"notice helps them to combat the extraordinary 21, township 17 south range 2i 6 Wadlow and T. M.: Wad w be and
to ''his allies, said Mr. Towne, Of Application for Tax Deed Under east; also a portion of the southeast
red by his father In the currents. At one moment you they are hereby required to appear to
i-. the sonitor Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof qaurter of southwest quarter of section
the efforts the bill of
in this
: tory in New York city. through will see them being swept down resist- Florida. :21, township 17 south, range 26 east., complaint cause on
from Rhode Island, the democratswere but shoot off into to-wit Begin at southwest of or before
er moved to Ocala and eats lessly suddenly they : corner
Monday the 2d day of 1906.It .
I factory here about twengo. thrown and the rate bill hadbeen the quieter. water and attach themselves Notice is hereby given that W. C. the lot known as the Church Lot, is further, ordered that a,copy of .

He at present occupies- made a partisan measure as muchas to the rocks by a strong sucker Townsend purchaser of Tax Certificate thence'run west 6.23 chains to edgeof this order be published once a week
Nos. 108, 114, 115. 224 234, 244. dated clearing given as the forty( line,
in their to make it sc. for four consecutive weeks in the Ocala
It was power the mouth. There '
ii e several renewals necessi- near they bang Just the 6th day of June, A. D. 1904 has thence north 4 chains thence .north Banner a published in said
'4'What is one of the results? Henceforth outside the their tails 54 degrees 15 minutes east 2.55 chains newspaper
the needs of increasing busi- current, moving filed said certificates, in my office arid county and state.
handsome, and commodious our fight is against the republican gently with It, and when they have recovered has made application for 'tax deed to thence north 26 degrees 45 minutes This 31st day of May, 1906.
east 1.70 chains thence north 10 degrees
and Roosevelt issue in accordance with law. Said ; -
party *nd .its i.iiquity their strength they make an- (SeaL) S. T. SISTRUNK
factory 30x85 in dlmen-
feet east 1.25 chains; thence
certificates embrace the following described -
is.out the way. He has repudiatedhis other dash the swifter Clerk Circuit Court Marion County
North Magnolia street. through wa property situated in Marion north 17 degrees thirty minutes west
Florida. H.
By C. Sistrunk. D. C.
democratic allies and he is now ters." S 3 chains; thence north 40 degrees 45
county Florida. to-wit: Southeast
: R'o decades he has bsen 0-T. GREEN Complainant Solicitor. .
bound hand and fool the cote-te it quarter of section 8, north half of minutes west 3.32 chains,thence north 6-1

_.,<, as one who has addec* of the capltol that: dominates Observance of the Sabbath. southwest quarter southeast quarter of 6.50 chains to forty line thence east _ _
\or.. ,., r dlan fame asa.. maker of fine theother southwest quarter of section 34. and 2.45 chains, thence south 25 degrees 30 MASTER'S SALE.
M that There the minister of Tweeds-
the republican policies was minutes east 90-100 chains thence
; -I As long ago as 1889 he receive' northwest quarter of northeast quarterof

;t.;: ral-Troplcal) Exposition In this body and he can never, again act .in- muir who on a certain Sabbath founda section 35, township 12 south range south 55 degrees east 4.50 chains, Under and by virtue of a final decree

dependently his i-arty, having abdicated salmon stranded 'in shallow water 25 east and lot 4 of section %2, and 7.50 thence south 33 degrees east 3030( rendered on May 28th 1906, in a
: 1..peflrst prize as the maker of the chains thence south 8 degrees 45 minutes -
and west west side of
chains east on
th- suit wherein J. M. Meffert
submitted himself 0 and who being unable conscientiouslyto was complainant -
: ',,i:;1 !1gu8 from Cuban grown tobacco lot 1 of section 27, and lot 3 of section east 3 chains, thence south 20 degrees and Wilton Myers, et ux,'
take It out on such a day. built a 45 minutes west 4.40 chains,
yoke.: of southeast
party 27 and northeast
: 1bL& similar award for the best made quarter were defendants. L as soeclal master
hedge of stones around it and returning of section 35. township 13 thence south 25 degrees east 1.26
'<<*sars from tobacco in Florida. quarter .! appointed therein. will offer for sale
grown chainsthence west 1.59 chains thence
A Great Democrat Dead. on the morrow claimed his prize. south. range 25 east The said land De- before the court house door in the city
iValike so many erstwhile COln'PeUI. ing assessed at the date of the issuance south 5.68 chains to p. o. b., contain-
of Ocala on Monday. July 2. 1906, between -
There was the old farmer who could
!t; MV memories of the !past he has Hon. Arthur Pue Gorman. UnitedState.s of such certificates in the name ing 15.60 acres of dry land. the hours of 11 o'clock a. m and

I .i TaSked or accepted any conoes- from Maryland died in not go to the kirk because he had neg. of J. B. Swan. Swan & Henly, Mrs. S. And,also begin at the southeast cor- 2 o'clockp.. en of said day, the following -

n, tar Senator lected to shave on the Saturday night B. W. Morris F. B. Wood and un ner of southwest quarter of southwest described real property:

!t'l:<';:'" eInt. locatIng his factory at this. Washington city Monday morning and he would not profane the day by known. Unless said certificates shall be quarter of section 21, township 17 Lots 8 and 9, located in the south-

$. ;" from heart failure after an illness of the of tool-Macmillan's redeemed according to law tax deed south. range 26 east run thence north west corner of the northwest quarter -:
t:(:Mr. Peyser numbers among his pa.rC1iStOmers several weeks. He began Ws public ca- use any edged will issue thereon on the 9th day of 4.55 chains pond thence north 82 degrees of section twenty-six. township 13

from Chicago, Boston: the senate In 1S52 at Magazine. July, A. D. 1906. 45 minutes west: 2.45 chains, !south range 21 east containing four
lfladeIhla reer as a page-in Witness my official signature and thence north 56 degrees 45 minutes, acres more or less. Surveyed by J. R. 5 -
r, Salt Lake,City and dis- the age of 12. He was distinctively an A True Flab Story. seal this the 6th day of June, A. D., west 2.16 chains thence north Moorhead January 19th 1905. in Marion

t, San Pranclsco, organizer and a leader of men. The Here Is a fish story told by a British 1906.Seal 34 degrees 35 minutes. west %.06 County. Florida. or so much thereof 5
l s Peyser Is a member of the his loss. ) S. T. SISTRUNK. chains thence north 11 degrees as may be necessary to satisfy the
t-9ard 'of nation.wll mourn nobleman: An Irishman had caught a Clerk Circuit Court. 30 minutes, west 2.90 chains. sat4 decree, costs and expenses.W. .

trade and a public-spirited big pike. Noting a lump in its stomach 6-8 C Marion' County Florida. thence north 18 degrees. east 3.69: K. ZEWADSKL JR.

,.,>"."- !% in eYery regard. Florida was admitted as a territory' be'cut It open. \.s'I cut it open chains, thence north 40 degrees 45 I Special Master.

March 30. 1882; as a state March 3, minutes, west 5.50 chains thence south W. K. ZEW ADSKI.
there rush and
was a mighty a flapping
1845. Its area in square miles is: laid 17.83 chains thence. east 7.70 chains to Complainant's Solicitor.
There of wings, and away flew a wild p. o. b.. 6.69 acres; and also, Begin at 6-1
IECKLEs 58,680.
AND PIMPLES 54,240; water4,440total, duck and when I looked Inside there I northeast corner of above named quar-

*! OYED are 54.713,600 acres In the state and was a nest with four eggs and shed I ter-quarter section run thence west NOTICE-Strayed from H. A. Ross
In Ten Days. :for space 4.50 chains, thence south 24 degrees 30
we are so closely pressed been atther sitting on that nest" residence. May 11, one spotted
the 3,000- Trm't Seeds are best tecanM SOucttssfal minutes east 3.34 chains. thence south
to drain will
going Finder
2 that are pointer female.
we pup
: Nadmola yean hate heea tiwutratbeit 11 degrees 45 minutes west 2.39.chains,
000 arcres to .give room !for settlers. Shocking Precocity. of expert deTeJopnwnt can in iotlf mafia s?century them thence south 65 degrees 30 minutes. please notify M. W Tompson. at Le-

t The Complexion "What Is the result asked the teacher aopenor(o aU others east 3.95 chains thence north 76.84 roy. Fla. and receive suitable re- -
IV* ave cpedalut In growing
Whilst .attending the Editorial convention chains to p. o. b., 2.40 acerswhich
ward. 6-l-4t .
flower and vegetable aeed
Beautifier u endorsed of the primary class in arithmetic -.5k
W. B. Powell. Tom F. McBeath 1BOS fced An.Ml free. said described lands in a strip 7.10 .5

by thousands laureate J. H. "when you put two and two together D. M.FERRY&CO, chains wideon, east side of southwest _

T of grateful ladles,and the association's poet "A kith" lisped the curly headed lit.. Detroit, quarterof southwest quarter of said ::

guaranteed to remove C. Pratt of the Leesburg Commercial, tle girl In the front row.-chicago .Ktch.. section 21 comprise the dry lands. gtkJdt ;
Rev Frederick Pasco, of Live Oak J. Dated this 3d day of Mav. 1906. i CtJ
4 .
all facial discolora- Tribune. GEORGE DeVAULT.H. .
IaA tiona tad restore tKe W. Smith. of White Springs and several \ FERRY'S.5 F. DOBBINS BANK DEPOSIT

others stopped at the Montezuma 1'$5
: eautyofyou&Th11iatwentyJaya. There are many diversities of vice W. G. SHORES, 000
being a great Commissioners. R. R. Fare Paid. Notes 7
50c. and $1.00 hotel Colonel Shipman but it Is one never falling effect it to taken on tuition BEST 5
Hocker & Duval
". & drug Btores or" by maiL friend and favorite 'of the pencil. lire displeased and discontented. Complainants Solicitors.' and cheapest on earth. Doal delay. Write"So-day.
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_ : -.- Opposed, MR.to LIGHTS No-Fence PLATFORM.LaW-Forward Stfl1tlfPlfltI1NNf111fl11fPIt11N11!" " ," " " "}" "1HtHlllltf41111P1ttNHtHlf1tfl11flH1yfl11f4PINlTEAPOT" " "!" " " " ," " '" !

in School Matters-Drainage Ques .
tion-Compare, Figures for .
Ten Years.
Reddick, Fla., June 5, 1906.
Editor Ocala Banner:

Twice in the last six years have the GROCERYp
people by their vote declared against

a.no fence law in Marion county, and

--*___ 111 abide by their decision,and if electv E- The Place Where "QUALITY G VERNS THE PRICE.' :::
will favor: a no fence law .....
I :have carefully studied the <<
Buckman bill as. well as read up the ,- __ .. ,- __ .' -.-' .." ,- ': -- ," :-.:.' 'iw.---.l .) .: ,- -' '.. .-:.:;-. ,-.- -. .. ., .:. -..-..:, --: .: : ':,-' ";:_-:: .- ;::.. -.--
college laws before the Buckman bill ...
was passed, and believe,it to be a big
improvement on the old law; and I I
believe itIIill save the state thou- ,
*' sands of dollars annually and will furnish OUR BEST 5 ,, 'j
the people far superior educa- ;
tional advantages. I say fordward, not I -
,' -.
backward, in school matters. : ".- .....
t As to the drainage question, I say r r:; .: --:, --'
the courts should decide whether the
everglades belong to the East Coast '
_ railroad or the state; whether the '
1225,000 in the internal improvement ADVERTISEMENTIS
fund belong to the L. & N. railroad or F : .

not before one cent is paid on drain- ....... '
of territory whose watershedscover
age a : : ......
one-sixth of the state, to be but
partially successful, would require
millions of dollars, and undertaken.
with the finances now on hand would CUSTOMER "
be but a waste of that money. : .
Marlon county has less than ten .. ,
,, i
white people to the square mile, but :-.: 'C
two acres' cultivation to a thousand c"" >: :
We have the land, the '
unimproved. :
> >
: :
room the railroad to sustain a million J' : '
prosperous people within our borders, : ; !
and as we are not needing more land w < ;
existing affairs that will enable the .;" .
state to successfully compete with hercompetitors : .....
and by her prosperity

for object draw everglade millions to a single drainage.of people mill to of the tax state money, I We have not the slightest desire to criticise the .

We' have compared the state expenditures -
.of. 1895 with appropriations :
made,by the last legislature.-The legislature value of advertising whatever form it
of 1895 cost 70000.'The appropriation newspaper .
for legislature in 1905 was

l ,485,000 the attaches received; the legislators$45,000.$6 per day In received and 1905,extras the$40,000 regulars ;one-, EE may appear but we do say--and with emphasis too- :

Janitor end assistant janitor for house
and senate, $6 per day; one sergeant- :
at-arms, messengers for both houses, that the best advertisement any business house canE
$6 per day; page 14 per day-over $50
per day for this class of help.

..1100,000.Judiciary'54000.Lunatics. In in 1894 1885,, $47,000$34,000;; In in 1905 1905,, have is a well pleased customer. And to please our ;

in Judiciary Secretary 1905, $6,100.clerk of state hire in tn 1895 1895, $1,200, $2,100; in: E customers---rich and poor alike- has been our con- 3:.

V' 1$05$3,500.. ,

L i V 1S05.A Superintendent Attorney$2,700.general public In 1895 instruction, $900; in in stant aim since the establishment of our Grocery '

195 $900; in 1905 $4,600. .
Commissioner of agriculture in 1895,
-, ,$1.200; In 1905., $5,700. business in Ocala in' fact :
; '
-. 114,600.Comptroller in 1895, $3,700; In. 1905, \ ,. VV :5WE V r. V .....
V .
..The state received through delinquent '
r taxes $32,000, and.the comptroller's .
c, clerk hire,for this special depart- ; ..
ment was 7200. ; GUARANTEE SATISFACTION r'I\ ;
ThIs is enough of how 'state affairs :: .
L. S. LIGHT.A .'
are managed.' ....
L.: S. Light' Affidavit. V .....
State of Florida, Marion County. ......

,Before, who me being personally duly sworn came deposes L. Slight And if goods are not as represented, we refund your money. What fairer

and says: Whereas, it has reached my

c ears that, certain rumors have been EE think of than this? Talk is and somotimes
A= circulated and are now being circulated proposition can you cheap, .
t to the effect that I have in years ......

\ past county voted, and for take a negro this for method office of In denying the- sells a bill of goods, but after the sale the goods ,must "Talk for Themselves

such statements and I pronounceit
a most malicious falsehood concocted -
-r and spread abroad to injure me. ] ," and it is the latter "talk" that determines whether the customer
L. S. LIGHT. ,
Sworn and subscribed! before me this ". -41

June 4th, 1906 JOHN Notary E. BAILY.Public. returns or not; Our Goods 'Talk for Themselves" ; :,

,1 Woman's Good Work. ... : : -....-.:..sf.!

I 'V a The very City enthusiastic Improvement-meeting Society at Yonge's held : : A FEM OF OUR SPECIALTIES: Sills: : r;: .

Jail yesterday at 10 o'clock. ". V. $5 '. .. .
Judging from the reports of the various -
committees, the ladies have been E --44

'quite move busy with and a right things good are will.beginningto Scarlet Canned Fairbanks Golden
_' This is the largest undertaking that | Royal Goods
has ever been attempted in this part
i of the moral vineyard, and it Is Indeed -

very gratifying to note with what E Cottolene Case &Sanborns Coffees and Teas KiiiCompany's
success they.are meeting at every -

_Ji 4 Aplished.Vigilant beginning Already; ;The roaming much to sanitary be good the hogs has exception forces and been cattle are accom-rather more are | gan & i Hams Keystone Pickles and

than the rule; the homes are looking .
spick and span while the city fathers Arbuckle Ariosa
E Sauces Salmon
.5, actually have a feeling of fear and
trembling and are wondering what the ,
_ dear. .women will want them to do next. "-
Soon the council will have the
,fi streets and public places in a fine condition Monogram Catsup, .
:; in the rubbish will be carted _
&Za& and the city will become so
Beautiful and healthy no one will want

summer to Let the dismantle the mountains. good his work and home seashore go and onl Me for awayto the Flour] Meat Grits] Hay] Corn 3TEAPOTG Oats] Bran] Coin Fced. .

$ Quite a number of our friends have "
'renewed 'their allegiance to the Ocala -
Banner this week for which we return .... 44
_ grateful acknowledgments Among others -
f we mention the following: B. 3JcEwen. 44
of Flemington; Elbert Mills, of __ ;.."
-ft I V Standard; Dr. Pt Ai Snow, ol Pedro; ..... -
e- S. R. Brown of liicanopy; j. B. Borland -414
of Citra; S. A. : ea.\.of Geiger; .
S. B. W. Stephens, o'f'Morriston; j. Ii .....4 R
Plant H. -- .-. :
; V Parker of Cotton ; B. Seymour ,
Ocala; W. P, Chalker, Ocala; J. -- _-
4 .E. Padgett.:. Quincy; Chas. A. Nayoy,
t 't North Wilmington, Mass.; 'R. W 'Erwin ___ ...4'f
Green Cove Springs; W. E. Mc- -41
V- Cahagin OcHawaha; 'Mrs.M. B..Weaver

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