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 15, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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c ) MEW YORK FASHIONS. never more beautiful. However the I ,

former opinion Is somewhat justifiedby i -
KODASK : Graduating Dresses; Materials; Black the remarkable demand for the bon- TO LOAN

.'-. and White Combinations; Black silks
net black controlled exclusivelyby ,I .
i ;- : ,, Silks; Lingerie Hats; Leg Lord & Taylor in all their varied
':. ,. ..!,r horn Flats. textures. whether taffeta surah,,chif- To Every Customer, Based on Business anc {

fon taffeta or the heavier grade. such .
Correct taste Indicates a simple as ou'" grandmothers used to wear Responsibility. \
dress for the graduate, but unhappilythe rich and lustrous. A new and pretty
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-ANDPHOTOGRAPIC- present vitiated taste leads to' such mixture of black and white Is white

extreme ornamentation that the cus- silk stitching on open mesh black sn; MUNROE & CHAMBLISS s
< : GOODS tom is often entirely unsuitable to the gloves. In millinery the dotted rib-

;occasion. Nothing sweeter or pret bans threaten to ovci'hrow the striped BANKERS.

7 tier than dotted Swiss plainly made wh'.ch has be: jjje very comm )i, .

two or three tucks In the skirt a full II uitrat.on. Ocala, Fla., Jan. 27, 906.

/ baby waists and tucked yoke of sheerlawn Thanks are due the McCall Co. --- ------- =

or muslin. Mull is another 'appropriate -,makers and, designers of fashion for ..

( t AT THE material, but with lace in- handsome illustration accompanyingthis I
" :> certion in points, squares or ruffles article. Miss Janet Weathers' Dancing Party. I 1

and massed on yoke and sleeves, sim- Lingerie Hats and Leghorn. ,
[POST OFFICE DRUG STORE plicity is at an end. Lingerie hats and Leghorns trim- Miss Janet Weathers' dancing party rRiNGS

Net Organdy.or med with flowers are contending for Tuesday night was a very happy af-
fair. It'w .s given especially by Miss
-A" English embroidery,' are in great supremacy each charming in its own '
...., favor the latter however is a con- peculiar style. In the former, the Inside Weathers in compliment to her friends
Miss Alice Bullock and
; Miss Louise
'i't ; spicuous material especially when a brim is of shirred chiffon and together z
Sc )tt :who have returned
just recently
skirt Is of three wide open-work ruffles with two or three lace edged

. .}> with waist full bertha and elbow chiffon ruffles form a foundation over from college and for Hiss Scc-tt's We Have Now in Stock
:. Miss Hatchett.
. ....' sleeves alsoof embroidery. Sashes which is laid/a frill of English embroidery I .
, ".-' have given place to white 'belt, with with cap crown to match. The young hostess and the .rnosts the Most Complete Line of
of honor wore pretty dancing frocks
Prescriptions Carefully Filled
-- and assisting them in receiving and RINGS that Can Be Found

entertaining the guests were Mrs.I .

t I Weathers Miss Esther Weathers and I Anywhere.

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Marriage of,Youthful Couple.A Miss Hattie Dye. ,

Mr. W. S. Pike played most exc*l- Call and See Them. '
young Mr. !Moore, about seventeen ,' -- lent dance music and the young people .

:: ilr..; J. D Pope is up from Terrell 'years of age a nephew of Rev. L. W. c all joined with a spirit of good
Ifor 'a' few days. Moore, of this city and Miss Howard 1' {cheer and merriment ,In the dancing ,

;'C', .. aged about fourteen years both of s/ and other pleasures of the evening. ,
: .Next time try Blue Ribbon Lemon Island Grove were married at Hawthorne n and all thoroughly enjoyed Miss

; l>r,Vanilla. Satisfaction guaranteed or I Monday, and came to Ocalaon Weathers' party which was one: of the t
,' f'-yrurmoney; back. i the afternoon train the same day. : most pleasant ones that has been 1?

\f, Of course there were parental objec- He given by the younger society set.

j" Mrs.. M. C.. Dosh' and children have, tions to the marriage, and the young Dring the evening fruit punch. Ices

11 gone to.Georgia to spend the Summer', people, fearing pursuit' bought ticketsto and cake were passed to the guests 1

'.... "{with-relativez.: Anthony but came on to Ocala. ,The Those who were Miss Weathers'
: father of the young lady suspectingas j I i guests Tueslay night were the follow-
t'- jPalatka was swept by' a severe cy- much with a party of friends came ing: Misses Alice Bullock, Louise Fred G. B. Weihe

;:-lone Monday afternoon. There were to Ocala for the purpose of intercepting 4 Scott, Mary Lou Hatchett Sallle ,

p t BO fatalities reported. them and if possible to take his Camp Sue Anderson Annie Mathews Tile Jeweler, | \

1 daughter back. with him. Annie Atkinson. Louies Hapris, ABSS '

I, -- ,Mr. H.' 'D. Bassett of Floral City '. The parents of the young man_, hearing MIxson, Caro Llddon Emma Nelson. La J

1;<; mrfta'In. Out Tuf4ay tin trusincaa for of the plans of the young lady's Alice Richardson Eugenia Fuller; .
,the1 Bradley Phosphate Company. father also boarded the train and came \ Messrs. Robert Mathews Osco and JJ J T f '

x<.' to Ocala to protect their son if it ,werenecessa1"Y. Guy Zewadski Harry Palmer Frank National Editorial Convention.
* 'Dr J. C., Pelot. a ,prominent citizen j'L -
; All of the parties stoppedat / Harris Jr.,.James Taylor, Alfred Beck, -
I. ::of': Manatee. ,county, Is visiting Ocala the Florida House.. The police were \ Ralph :Robinson Bruce Meffert Heron The National Editorial Associationare t

4" 'to guest'of his brother, Mr. W,A. PelotCol immediately. notified and were on handto (p'p'i i [ ] I Todd B. S. Weather, .and Brantley: .ho- ding their annual meeting this,

t, T. P. ,Floyd ''after a short visit see, that. no violence was done.\ Weathers and several of the older set. week at Indianapolis, Ind.
Young Mrs. Moore refuses to. leave )
;a Ocala on. professional business, returned of Atlanta A splendid three days' program has
her husband,and Tuesday Mr.Howard Mr. Emmett Davidson now
>"" to'his home at Inverness Tues- consulted attorneys and will try to arrived in Ocala Tuesday after. been arranged and besides the news-

".,'ay.afternoos' ". 'e_' have the marriage annulled.; dv noon, and is the guest of his sister paper men from all over the country
n: ..-- j Mrs. :Mattie9 D. Juhan having come to
:f Mr,and Mrs. H..W, Tate, of Fairfield there are present men prominent In
...m', pleasant visitors to the city, on Met with Misfortune. / 1-J I r be present at the wedding' of his nice national and state politics, adding Interest -
\ Miss Allie Van Jufcan and Mr. Albert
.i :Monday, ,and were registered at (the !, Mri; Lewis, of Orlando happened to Davis Thursday morning. This is Mr. and variety to the meeting. }
i Ocala House. Besides addresses and papers the annual -
quite a misfortune yesterday morning.He a Davidson's first visit to Ocala since "
"Chhnrba's Princess written
poem -
started out in his automobile forSanford
.; ,M4s" Mamie Wilcox of Gainesville three he left here eight years ago for Char- by Mr. W. E. Pabor of Florida,
':' 'arrived in Ocala 'Tuesday afternoon and had proceeded w \ lo'tee, N. C., where fae! has made his poet-laureate of the association will

." ";'a4ndwill, be the guest of Miss Alta miles when his machine caught fire I home until very recently. Mr. Davidson be read by President Dyrnond.
has 11
burned Mr Lewis a -
and was up time Captain of the
\ Pearson. for'a week or two. was at one There will be street car and auto-
-<- satchel in his auto, containing In all Ocala and during the Spanish-
mobile rides night entertainment
; a summer
J '_'J.fss'Susle! StalMngs, who taught the $565, which was destroyed in the j American was he was a major' in the at Pair Banks by the Commercial

IwbBc' school .at Crystal River the flames.-Sonfard Chronicle. 2'j' volunteer army and was one of this Club; a reception and enter- 1

fast term,''was in Ocala on, Saturday ( city's: most prominent and popular tainment to the visiting ladies at the
ifeturniag'to her home In Georgia. That our high tariff prevents trade young men both in business and social Indianapolis Country Club given by
: ,.,".i'. -_ between' the United States and the circles. He is receiving ,a very
4 :f :;"Df. W, R..0. Veal,of Mar.' Mr. C. republics of America south of the Caribbean cordial welcome to his old home by the Elks of Indianapolis Vice-President,; an 'and afternoon Mrs. ,
reception by
Miller,:of Cotton Plant and Mr. E. sea is shown by the government .cc4c j -c his host Of very warm friends.
( 1 Fairbanks an entertainment by the
A,".Polly-, of Bellevlew were visitors' ; report ,that but 12 per cent of '
I Hoosier editors etc. ,
witi :city.. ,Tuesday' .' their. Imports; comes from the United .. Friday morning on the ,)h.rpe'lIFerry : After the adjournment of the con- Y
It : States We cannot expect other countries road about three miles from '
: iv-Armour, of,Panasoffkee .who is to deal with us if we raise a 'oops or knot at each side of th j front Robbon is draped around' the crown the home of Mr._ hazier vention the editors will go to Terra

,I "!manager of' ;'some very fine orange i barrier against trading- with then and at the back, and white silk hoi'.ery, with a bow placed anywhere; that maybe this Clayton city was burned to"the ground and Haute, --wftere they will be entertained .

;' 'eR property In that section was low shoes and long white silk gloves found most becoming to the wearer. household posession were They will also visit Linton Bedford .
all of his
: 1 >ng the.prominent business visitors Hartridge-Hartridge. are a matter of course. Plain satin ribbon te generally the works for French Lick Springs Lafayette Peru, I
destroyed. Mr;; Clayton
:9cala on Tuesday I The Prevalenceof choice but a large bow" or pompadour Messrs. Mclver & :MacKay in this city. Marion Winona Lake, Chicago Detroit
; 1 ; Mr. Augustus,G. ,Har fridge and Mrs. black and white is on the increaseand ribbon at the front gives an air of contributions the of hou'je- and other cities at all of which they
in way
--4 J*.N.. Strobhar: ,of Gainesville Birdie.Dillon Hartridge were quietly its newest illustration is In dotted distinction. necessities that can be given him will be beautifully entertained. They
: Saturday evening at the foulards black dots A houl will enjoy a trip on the great lakes;
;, arrived: in Ocala Tuesday afternoon. married on on white, and Shirred received.
will be gladly
aa4wlli spend, several weeks In the residence of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dillon, white on black. This design is also Bowl crown Is a novelty, and also the will visit Niagra Falls, Toronto Montreal -

....<'dt1- .' 'He.is stopping at the Glenwood on the Boulevard, by the Rev. WilliamE. popular in blus silks and charming poke shape, one of which appears in Mr A. A.. Olin, of the firm of Nix the Thousand Islands and will

:' '>.hotel.., Boggs; pastor of the First Presby !costumes of both are display in the broad striped mull fine stripe of Dres- & Olin Grahamville was in the city return by way of Lake St. Lawrence.The .
", ', terian,church-, Mr. and Mrs. Hartridge shop windows the accordion-plaited den buds in blue the other in open Saturday on business. He reports the Itinerary as mapped out Is one

: ,.Odr-.and.Mrs: Edwin':P.,Pittman re- and their children left Sunday on the "sunburst" skirt full round waist with embroidery, the front composed of lace lumber business In a flourishing condition of the most beautiful trips in this

red fcome Tuesday from a visit to Clyde ship Comanche for New York, white lace yoke and of course frilled edged ruffles. Large roses or small and says they have orders country and. in- Canada and will last
;&tetf' at Electra. Mrs. Pittman ,has will to the Adiron elbow .until the latter part of the month.
.' from where they go "sleeves. These are attractive to flowers are almost universal on lingerie booked for months,ahead. These young
.been at Electra, for a week and Mr. daeks for the summer. :Mr. _Hartridge i look upon, but a few damp days a lIt- hats and this season a small are constantly adding :to their Florida is represented this trip-

_.:ftttman1 went down Monday to ac- expects to return to Jacksonville in tle .wear, 'and what a change takes cluster of flowers, or a ribbon bow, men equipment, and are sawing all kinds by Mr. C. L. Bittinger, of this city; and
panY his, wife home. about month.-Jacksonville Metropo- place. The ''Princess outline Mr. Philip Isaacs, of Fort Myers.
a is at- nestles under the brim which is quite "of building lumber from'rough1 to inside #
+ lis. tempted by three or four rows of fancy an innovation. For' leghorns, any and finishings. "Tom Watson don't like- Parker,
: n: MrP,, V., Leavengood. who went toTampa.to -,.-- white. silk braid around just below all flowers .are employed preferably don't like Bryan, don't like Cleveland,

:'1 ., spend Sunday,:with his fam- An Approaching Marriage. and at the waist. large roses combined with foliage and Miss Sara Harris Mrs. W. H. Pow- don't like any. democrats. Indeed, Tom
I B7i-jeturned home Tuesday morning Some of the Initiated. ferns. Wreaths of white lilacs dotted ers and Miss Louise Harris returned
with all the world
to be at outs
:ompanied by Mrs. Leavengood and Cards are out announcing the approaching predict a wave of black in the fall with rosebuds are a stylish garnitureand home Saturday afternoon from a tendays' seems but
and: tfon't anyboly any msr
:'. 'tteir_ son, Hansen, The latter is quite marriage of Miss Stennie the advance guard of which Is the cor- in all these beautiful fancies one visit to Lake Toxaway Ashe- but he
Tom. -Ocala Banner. Yes
-..sfeVtad his parents brought him home' Dickinson and Mr. Dillon Eorentus dial reception of black and white mixtures is :free from the wing and aggressive ville and Hendersonville, N. C., in the likes Dade county and -we love him

-I' :to, consult. their' physician. Graham! both of Gainesville the wed- This 'Would ,be a matter of regret quill Blue Ridge mountains ,having gone Miami News. Well 'tbat's
for that-
!.a ; ding to take place at seven : : of the editorial as-
." as colors and combinations were VERONA CLARK. with the members InDade
better and there are no populists
; Varn. June 20th, at the ;
.r wager of the Lemon Bay Fruit Kavanaugh Methodist church in that --- trip and are very much charmed with vhher.

t'v .Caapany and owner of several groves city.Mr. Mr. Fosnot Jr.., of East Lake was A Card. that section of the country. When Custaden's partisans In Tam-
*,'efhs, own, was In Ocala Tuesday. He Graham is a son of of Mr. L. in Ocala Saturday on a shopping expe-. 0 .- pa got jubilant and went so far as to

<-f ,that the orange groves In south M. Graham of Connor in'this county dition. I respectfully call tha Attention of Dr. Lawrence Scott was: graduated* have his picture printed In the newspapers -

5Hortda are in fine shape, ,and Is a brother of Messrs. W. D., John my friends to the fact that I am now from the University o! Maryland at a friend at our elbow from

:t' -I : M. and Albert Graham. The city policemen have been busy engaged in abstract business havingthe Baltimore last week and is at hometo Tampa began quietly humming: "Ifs .

:, ( .:and Mrs Frank L.,Watson after I His Ocala'and Marion county friends shooting what are supposed to have business of the Marion County spend a few weeks with his parents all over now," and sure enough It was.

f 1 Dendtn a a few days in Ocala with extend congratulations and ...best been mad dogs for a day or two. Abstract Company. I have had four Mr and Mrs. G. S. Scott. Later he Frecker's friends, acted with more dis-
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: trlcad have i gone to Citra,' ,where Mrs. wishes. years experience in the business and will return to Baltimore for a year's cretion.H. '

:Watson, will spend a few days with Mr. John M. Graham came home I I am thoroughly acquainted with the practice in one of tho large hospitals

;.: :JJJrasband before returning to Jack- Melons Wanted. Saturday afternoon from a brief busi- work.I ir. that city. .- H.: ChappeH of Sanford, says
'iaaviile. six weeks' work since I ness trip to Glen St.
"-.: In about will always ,endeavor to please that on five'acres of land this yar be
_:'t :.: -- released from prison I have moored It is said that a sponge, saturated
raised worthof
... every one with whom I shall have the has and sold over 6QOO
'" ;Mr.Bateman manager of the Pal- near seven thousand,crates, mostly tomatoes Mrs. C. V. Roberts and lovely little I! pleasure of doing business by giving with strong. spirits of camphor sus- jcelery. He Says that he: recently declined -

.:'.,: ?Stadt..Farm, while driving home for :the houses 1 represent I I I daughter. Cevie arrived ''home Saturday them::: honest and accurate work at pended near the bed will keep away an offer of $1,250 for, the five- y

': !!e y afternoon, happened to a run believe my houses can' do as well for from a visit of some weeks with reasonable prices and respectufullyxso- mosquitoes. Oil of pennyoryal will do acre field which is a part wf tome

:.!.., Jf..a.c ddent' ; his horse was frlghtedat !melon and cantaloupe growers. I ask relatives, and friends at Live Oak and. licit their work in .this line. the same.-Now tell us what will keep land bought some year age by Mr.

;. a passing train. He wss. acediby for a share of your consignments. White Springs."Hon. Very respectfully, away the files in the day tfane. Chappell for $1.25 per acre.

1 hi* :wife and child. They H. D. ALIJ OX. J JOHN M. GRAH.tlt. ,
r' thrown from the bu gYY. but 6t in d 1 t in in w Frank Clark takes a proper Claude L'Engle's Sun we hope will j Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and Miss Adele

: :-unhurt, The vehicle vas badly view of the everglades drainage Mrs. C. E. Ball received"a telegram'fructify things about the state Capital Bitinger came home Saturday from

.-: r, ; Summer Excursion ,Rates via Atlantic scheme,. He asks:,for an appropriationof from Madison, Ffcu., Saturday' announcing Tallahassee ought .to be one ,of 1 j East 'Lake Weir, 'Where they! were the

':'' Coast Line. J3.000.000) with which to do the work. the death of her only brother, the greatest cities of Florida. Its hills ;guests of Judge ,AleX Wynne and

y' ks. J .on Bar Fruit Company held Summer excursion rates to all summer That' looks" something like It. "' 5 Mr. Jake Russel, of Macon, Ga. Her Its soil, its history all conspire to, family'for afew days.
this city Tues- now on sale ',' <
Mhal.Meting in are
\ excursion points
frienJs grieve with\ ner in her bereavement i make It a city to be soughtAs
> 4' *ft rnoon. Manager Varn was via the Atlantit Coast Line. No troubleto ,The.Punta. Gorda Herald, editoT;'Jor- Cassie Chadwick missed her oppor-

'*nd made an excellent report answer questions. Fo? rates, reservation dans bright, and newsy !paper will -" soon as Messrs. Rheinauer & Co. tunity. 'A Pennsylvania railroad clerk

:'eoadltlon of the property of or any information communicate mote into a two-story brick buildingsoon Mr. J. J. Williams, x>t the Williams j(signed a' year's .contract with the confesses that he grafted K ,POa la

"';; ,,' mpany The old officers of the with all its own. Editor,Jordan is doing Fish Company of Homosassa, suet Mrs! Banner and began a vigorous. j two years -

:Jt iw were reelected: to-wit: Frank -- the proper thing. He is geting WJliams and the baby here Saturday;land systematic'system of advertising' .1--.. -

.,. ,- ipiutdent; Richard Hall vice- I have. a good tra.vellngOstuon un-to rich before going to the legislature. who had been visiting Mrs. Williams the very next thing they MI was to The laxative effect of Chamberlaln'3

-r'''---1'" ''. ,t' ( ,A. L. uiar, secretary; H: necessary oftr't e ;right must party tome experience well recommended We predict that he wiU be a "brightparticular parents jn Eustis:, ..,.and, they all returned lease two additional store: rool !. Poes Stomach agreeableand and so Liver natural Tablets that you is do so

;,., treasurer; Richard Hall T. and ready to start to ,work at star" in;the legislative firmament to; Homosassa'on. the "Dnnnei- advertising? Well, we should ..saythat not realize it is the effect of a medicine. -

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:: BERLIN FLITflNGS.c BELLEVIEW.t Result of Vote in Second Primary. ..
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Special correspondence Ocala Banner. There will be an ice cream supper Light Mathews. I t should have an annual ,

Last Sunday waa observed as t the town hall Thursday night Ocala .. .. .. .. 56 259 LI florida East Coast Rai1way

Ttn'i day At Fellowship child.g iven by the- Baptist Ladies Aid. Reddick .. .. .. 35 0lemlngto. dressing of 500 pounds

rain: came down in torrents the house I Mrs. J, A. Freeman has been quite F .. .. ,.--,. 25 5 acre,of a fertilizer contain- -

was crowded. Some coming a distance sick, but we are glad to report that Cotton Plant.. ... ; 11 I 3 per Local Time Card No. tt In Effect April 16 19t6.

Is Romeo . cent. POTASH ,
of fifteen miles and said they hadn't she improving. 4. .11 :. 2 ing eleven per

anything to regret only the Tain. Dr. and Mrs. Slaughter "have returned Camp Izard . .. .7f ?. 22 and ten cent. available SOUTlf.rlt1UND..RfAD DOWN i NORT1MJOUND-READUP. 'JC ...
.At 11:JO Miss Mable Beck began home. after a very pleasant [IShady Grove-No election. -

visit to their parents Kentucky and Summerfield .. .. .6' : acid. I '
: playing the march and the whola Sunday 3 posphoric )I".(::1 'o.3'. STATIOr-3.: N,. 78
Georgia They housekeeping in the Lake Weir u .. f 13 C.1 !: 1'.ilr .' Daily725pm
school marched from the school This will gradually force out f

: house by twos ard render the following Bryant cottage. Moss Bluff .. .. t. 7 11 O''Pm i !920am L7..."__.........,J'\Ck.JVl1!" ._._._._.Ar $ 55
The Belleview .people gave Mr. and Grahamville .. .. 11 28 and mosses from 4j tm 1- 93iJl .. _..:._.---sn hhct.Mv.la: o.-_. Y 717pm 847s
program; sour grasses 7 ::U'M I' 10 40am .. .......:...__... ,$.; Anllhl..JH: ____._ ". ( 15pm53lpta 7 4
PROGRAM. Mrs.. .F D. LIghtsey a surprise party. Salt Springs.. ;. ., ,0 ,3 7 5-;ai:} I 11 ISaa I .. _--. -... __-..ali:>tI1J;s._____ IS
Tuesday night. It was to 'welcome'.andget Fort McCoy. .. .. 13 1 the meadows, and bring good OJIi.1 11 iamUOOia _.. ..__._ _....-.-]::ast Patai:S\......_._._._. 'I 3_20pm ,_j_, __

Song.-"Marching Midst the Blossoms. acquainted with Mrs. Lightsey, Llnadale . ,. 0 7 -A-.ii-1-; ;: _Ar.__..__...__ PaUUi.-..._._._._. IE7A' 455pmC45pm 6
j grasses and clovers; thus 4'ipul' It 10am Lv...___.__.__...... Paljtia.! .......___.._..._.
: Responsive Reading. John. They report a very pleasant time. Citra .. to ?. .. .1: 23 ..'19 !I ;!,>t>m _'_' Ar.,...._.._ .... ...San: Matco.tfaa ..____. IL? =:.-.. 6La
Prayer.-Rev. Prisoc. Miss Bosworth left Belleview' last Anthony .. u *. 31 .31 creasiijg the quality as well as' .___........-._ I 5 lam LvLv._...____......- : Matei.BunuelU. ..-.........._.......Ar 9 : _

Saturday to spend the summer in Connecticut Martin. .. .. .. ..IB ". 0 90Dpia 12 32pm ______ ._._..___LvAr 430pm423pm 5
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'- Address of Welcome. quantity hay. !> lipm 1240pm113pm ___.__.....lupont.--_ 5 3*
Recitation.-"Its Children's Day.- Mr, and Mrs. Hilton also left II Stanton 3 .. 7 9 <8im| .. ......-_.._.._-. O1'tflofti.------------ 3 56pm 5 Gj
the same ,day for their summer homeIn Blltchton .. ., 27 .2 Our practical book "Farmer's Guide, 1002pm 124pm ."._____. Daytona! _..... -"-. .___... 345pm335pm 4 4a (
f Lost? Shaw. gives valuable facts for every sort of crop. 10 13pm 1 36pm ___ Port Oringe. -" 4 l7&m.. -
Son .-"Gtfbi for King." New Tork Bellevl w.. .. .. eo 3 19cIntosh. raising. It is one of a number of books on 1033pm _200pm444pm_ __.;:_............ *ew Smyrna,..;__.. __ 3 15pm _4 ile

The little folks helped to celebrate .. .; .. 33 11 successful fertilization which we send on re. 11 lOam Ar .---....._... Lake1LeIen..4..ILv 100pm1260pm 6 ISpa
: Class Exerclse.-"Maklng the Sum- the'seventh birthday of Pearl Proctor Pedro.. .. .. 2 1128am1149am 4 55pm 0-.;....._....... Orange City_......... .._.4"
t tn>.." Six Children ri::)'. Otmar, ; < 12 quest free of ahy cost or obligation, to any ; _500pm .. __ ...:. Orange City Junction ..___. 1245pmSOdpa 6&pis

.,, : Willie, Coyl, Elbert Beatrice. last Tuesday, and had 'a grand time. Dunnellon. .. .. .'',83 11 farmer who will write us for them. 10 wpm 2 10pm LT_._..___....New Smyrna..___.ArTitusrtlie. Tij'

!1 Brother, Rodgers filled the pulpit at Candler .. ", .T. 5 11 KAU WORKS. It 10pm 240pm .4 ___........_.Oak _.___..__ 240pm 3 3kt. l
.1 Song.-'FlU' theSunday"Scho6'Exet l Address. GERMAN 11 61pm 3 16pm550pm Ar,..:__..._..._. ___ ..___.._ 05pm 3 OOea
.. _. --- .----.., the.Baptist churcKSunday.. aniV.Broth- Sparr .. .. .. .. 21 ., 2 New Verk-93 NASMII Street or _
lar.kl Atlanta. 0-Z2X So. Broad 5tree* It 10am630pm Art._........._....Sat'orJ,.___ 1155am560pm
er Barze at the Methodist- M. E. Eureka.. .. .. .. 9 .3Levon _11 Siam Lv ______ Sanford_.___\At U
"r .lJ'c.A ,FreS1i_ DU iJEtor .
-No election. 11 3 Lv.TltusnUe _.Ar 205pm
; 51pm 16pm SOOtal222am
Children's. Day, GAITERVILLE. Kendrick . 12 Slam 3 51pm .. __....-.._._ ..';__..___ 124pm120pm ;
Recitation,-"Helping Togethpr.HarQ' ."- ." 11. ; 9 PRUunAM 12 Slam ''''3 54pm9422pm "..;.. ,,: :....;;...._Rockled .'. no-.....,,;:0._" 2.1M1
Martel .. .. .. .. .. 10. -11 :- t11)lun : :..;..- .;;.. ":"'E11 Gallie.. .. _- 1247pm1287pm 4'sWl1iain
McCully. 'The rajny season has begun in. ourtittle' Fairfield .. . ;.. .: ; 4 30pm __, _,: ....._Helbourne ;,, '--l'. tZ7am.'
33 State ..
% 12Geiger Epworth League' Conference, to "S-..... .. '
__ .
SoIo-Mls8 Irene Beck. / burg; been raining for two weeks. :# 1 1? j3TS 10pm "_; -,; -"e"" .. 11 52am1056am I25eZiam
4 .. ,.. .. .. 13 .3 Ocala, Florida. i 1;?'- 6 00pm _.. ------S.:: Lode ... .---i'.
Exel'cls"T1s; Children's Day.- Farmers ,are bad behind with their 3 -Jn.nl5'iOam 6 L3pm _..... -.Jort Pierce __ d 10 50&m 11 55pa'a
: Seven Little Girys. work. owing to so much rain. Crops -.n.m 037pm041pm __ __.._Tibb8ll8___. __" 10 17m 11 *
Total . ,.. p. 526 531.rathews' Tuesday, June '19, 1906, 7:30 p. m. 3 J.n __ --.Eden__ ... H 1013am 11 l5pm
:; ; Song.-"Merry Birds are Singing. are. damaged some :on account of continued (i 4fipm "____.......Jen3eu_ N 10 08&In it 09pa
: Recitation.-"The Laughing Boy.- rains. majority, 11. Song Service-Led by Ocala League. 3 Slum 6 57pm\ .._..........___.Stuart......_ ,, 1000am 10 5pw
Welcome from Ocala League---Otto 420am4iOani 7 Mpra ____ Robe Sound ____" Mini WJSpa1009pnj-
-; Zac Crumptori.Exercise. Mr. J. C. Brooks is on the sick list DAVSJUHANUThe 7 40pm _..._..__..West JupIter ...m._. .. 913am -
T .-"Tis Children's. Day." this week. We hope to see him out G. Lohrlg. 5 15am 8 15pm ...____WestPalmBe&CI1 __" 845am 9 )pet f
: Response-Rev. FrederiCK T&z-o. D.p 5 fara! 841pm300pm __.-.... .-.,_ Boynton .___" 820am 9 Olpari
; Three Girl,: vSong. again soon.Fishing wedding of Miss Allie Van: fo & _.______ Delay__ ---_H 812am 8 b0pa-1
.-"Sunbeams Bright" continues good notwithstanding Juhan and Mr. Albert C. Davis D., president Florida State Epworth. 6 11I4Ul 9 40pm "', ......___Fort LauderdAle,..._.... --, H 7 26amII 7 3I *
wasa League, Live Oak. Fla. 57am 947pm __ -_._ Danla ,_" 7 19&m 7 5Opa
Recitation!-"Send them to Bed the rise of the river which I pretty event of Thursday morning, 7 Of!!tain 958pmJ __......H&Handale .-no__.I' 700am 739pni1!
With a Kiss.-Mary Taylor.Recitation. usually interferes with the fishing.Mr taking place at Welcome from the City of Ocala-. 7 asani ) 20pra .. .. ......._..Lemon Citr.__..__ 643am I lpm
; half-past ten 'o'cloclat
Judge R. 750amSOCam 10 3Optn ________ ..._._T.y 6S5am 7 Q6p
." The Master's Workers." W. Cleaveland, Jr.. of Ocala bIn I the 'home of the bride's __mother, McConathy, mayor, _._j ___.....___ --__. -_- 3

: -Neil Furgeson. Galtervllle this week the guest of Mrs. Mattie Davidson Juhan :on tKInE Response-Rev.. J. E. Mickler, president 1030am _"'__1 ArtBuffet ..-_.__ __tLT_-_ 12 '

: Song.-"Slng of Jesus Our Shep his uncle, Mr. G. O. Turner. avenue, in the presence of the Florida conference .Epworth :
League .board, Daytona Fla. Parlor Cars on trains 29'31 7*. Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains 99 and 98. .
Mrs. A. D. Mitchell and of
herd. "- children relatives and very intimate friends of { Daily except Sunday. ; {
Exercise.-"The Pilgrim's Vision,"- Homosassa, and Miss B. M. Shiver, of I the young couple. Reception to Delegates by Ocala Ep f

: By Eight Girls; Josie, Sue. MablFlorrie c the I same place, were in Gaiterville The ceremony took place in the parlor worth League. No.23 Sat. Xo.21''No D .19 I No.17,No.15 d No.16k.O.aaiuiO.vO.'i IetI&I| I 44j Nej4 S -. 'i!

.- Una, Pay, Floy, Lottie. Saturday and Sunday, the guest of which' was very prettily and simply Wednesday, June 20, 8:30 a. m. and I EL1 I MAYPORT BRANCH. D E ilr end t
I Half hour Sun. Daily : Dally Dally : Dally Dally Dally s... f
Mrs. Religious Service-Led by s .
Mitchell's S
i Sola- -"Flitting Away."-Florrie parents Mr. and Mrs. decorated for this happy occasi zi L. : Only Gilly !

Recitation. "A Sermon.-Fred W L. Thomas. Rev. William C. Rev. J. M. Glazier New Smyrna, Fla.. !
Lindsey, of the Presbyterian
i--t __
I Roll call and organization. 950p 645pl 200pI000aLv.JacksoIlYil1e... Ar 700a 840a| lOOp IS I p i
: hon. I The election passed off smoothly. A church. performed the ceremony 958p 652p 518p 208plOOSal039a ..uthJ&cksonville.LT_652a 832a1252p 552p9lp i
Song.-"Jesus Is .Coming.-No. 166. larger vote was cast than was ex in a most impressive Greeting from other bodies.. 1030p 724p 550p 240p -Babto Beach." 620a 800a l220p755al21 520D1 34OPh
manner. Annual address by the 1035p 729p 555p 245pl044aSOOpllOOaAr."..--...Atlantlo Beach.._" 615& p 6lJp 83Sp t
Recitation. "Frobel's pected. 29 votes being cast-22 for The wedding president 1050p .___
: Lily. -Paulini march was skilful!:V 745p 610p Mayport-Lv 600a 740al200nPENINSULAR 500p 8t1p.1
t Seckinger. vRecitation. Mathews to 7 for Light Ye scribe rendered by Miss Eloise Report of officers.

."-When I'm A Man.I ."- says Hurrah! for Mathews; if he gets Mary Juhan, sister of the Miller.bride! Miss' Stile 3:00 p. m.Religious.- AND OCCIDENTAL' )lS IP CONNECTIONS AT MUlL .it

Roy Taylor, beat but /we can't believe he will maid of honor, and she looked Service-Led by Don Pea .
; 'Redtatlon.-"Tommy's Prayer The Galtervilleites are looking forward sweet in a white dress with 'a pink very] body, Sanford, Close Conaection Made it Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. .S. Compaq la t
-, to the annual festival at Stokes' girdle and sash Reports of "District Secretaries. ; special -
Nettle Sutherland and
an armful of pink]
0 Havana and f
t Clo ing Song.-"Chlldren's DW 1'are- Ferry July 4; everybody invited. Come carnations. She entered with her work. Key

'one, come all UNCLE JOE. brother Mr. Address-"League Oppositions : External f
well John Juhan and preceded Two Sailings Each Week.
and I
Benediction the "bride, who Intt'rnal"-Rev. W. F. Allen "
by Rev. A. L. Trisoc. came in with her uncle -

Just as the exercises were over the FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. Mr. Emmett Davidson of Atlanta, i TitusvUle Fla. Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers. '
rain let up and gave ample time for who gave her away. The groom had as : Discussion. '.
S What They Are Doing in the Land of.. his Announcement ,of committees. Theee TIme Tables show the times at which trains may be expected amT8 at and daper
: ., dinner-such as only Fellowship can the Grapefruit and Pine. best onan, his uncle, Mr. G. T. from the lleyeral stations.but theIr arrival or dep&rture at the Ulnas.tated is not guaranteed snot t
: prepare and a better dinner the writer Maughs. 7:30p.m.- is this Company to be held responsible for any delays or any consequences arising theretro*' I

.. .has' never, seen. Peach shipments-from Lake Helen During the ceremony the bridal par league.Religious* Service-Led* by Ocala ForCopy of the LOCAL TIME CARS or Other Information

.At three o'clock ty stood under 3 .
; the crowd gathered a marriage bell made -

(_ ... in ..the'church and listened to a very are Shipments increasing of all 'the watermelons time. from of white roses and hydrangeas.The Paper; VThe Hope of Our Country. "SEE: THE TICKET AGENT." 1-1; I

\ instructive sermon from Brother Pri- bride wore a lovely white :Christian Citizenship"-Mrs. Jesse S.
Pinecastle commenced this week silk Whit Jasper I. D. RAHNER. Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Agt, ST. AUGUSTINE. FU
$ soc. Text: From the first chapter of Wauchula dress, round length, princess style, Fla. a
'Was visited
by a 20,000
Haggi, ."We Are Builders of God." After fire last shirred at the waist line to fiet the Address: 'The League a.a Friend" "'
/week. No lives lost ..
Rev. L. 'D.
the services :Bro..J, W Bryan' of figure perfectly. The deep 'h nd-made Lowe, Miami Fla. !'i'1
Elegant raIns'
.1 .. and relatives left last Monday fbr around .Auburndale lace yoke was outlined with an exquisite Thursday, June 21, 8:30 a. m. f "'
have done wonders for all the crops. I Half Hour ReUgious'ServireLed !
Tc Tampa where he will spend sometime J. bertha of real lace. She wore by
Matchell, of Pinecastle is still
: before no veil, but carried Rev. J. M. Glazier.
:: returning home, a. bouquet of'bride
shipping potatoes.. He has about 1,000 Business -
We are having an unlimited quantityof bushels left. roses. and was a picture of girlish ) 'I
Ad-Ires' !
loveliness. "Th/Mi on'\ry Depart
rain and. grass is looking fine. The recent __
heavy rains at
ment"-Eug-pne E.
;Barnett EmoryCollege
After the the
ceremony '
young couple
Interfered with the growers spraying
DAISY NO. 1. their trees. were warmly congratulated'nd showered Ga. ; _. -s'
orange .
1'7' _
with good wishes. A dainty /iwed-- Reports! on District Mission Work by -
Looks as if the rainy season had set Melrose Price, has who just owns a cannery at ding luncheon was then served in the the presiding elders.- w ,{
received 10,000
: -- in. It of course, is doing lots o' harm He to cans. dining room. The bride's table was 3:00 p. in.Religious.- '. -- '
can peaches mostly. .
to of beautiful in its Service-Led by Don Peabody -
1 some the crops. Tomatoes will appointments of pink
T J. Woodward of >
Maitland sold i
be damaged considerably., 'Most of last l week f. and green, and the smaller tables were Sanford. iI /
.0. Grand Island. in
: the farmers have laid by their con also decorated with "pink roses. Reports'of presiding elders con .
Lake county, a car of watrmelons for c ludedReports'! _-- .*:,- # .
: ." ; :crops. It is a rare good time to plant $210. The following young girls served in FI z p/

potatoes. We are_ enjoying cantaloupes For the next four the dining room: Misses Jean Austin from' Mission Fields oy the ;
months the farmers I
-i. and watermelons. and Ellen Clarkson, Etta Hood and Margaret missionaries. -, ; Ch.
fruit growers will have long 7:30 m.Religious.- '--"- f ,. ,L '
It is learned here that somewhere labor Anderson.Mr. p. . '. 1'o:
days '
for and short nights for '
-: down the river one of the hands on rest and Mrs. Davis left over the Service-Led by Ocala .

-.; the steamer, "William Howard," Watermelons : Seaboard afternoon train for Jacksonville league,

struck a comrade on the head split Eau Gllle. are now showing up ak where they will make their 'home, Model Devotional Meeting-Led by: :_ -- T ,
They are very nice and .. .. '
Rev. T. J. Gainesville ---
- : ting it open. When he fell .on the deck were helped wonderfully Mr. Davis Being 'in the express service, Fla., ,.-- _-- -
by the < cent _
r -
I : he finished the job by severing theman's rains. running between Jacksonville and using Missionary Topic for June 24th.Discus'on '

head from his body, then made Some very fine Dade Tampa.. The young groom is a nephewof -Question Drawer. .

: his escape. Both men are colored. been exhibited county peacheshave Mrs. G. T, Maughs of thlh city, Friday, June 22, 8:30 a. m. '

1' Mrs. Emma Goolsby and a number at Miami. They and until a few years ago tie made Half Hour Religious Service-Led '
were by
grown Henry Miers of Home
_ ; of her lady friends spent a day,In,our stead. : his home with his aunt. by Rev. J. M. Glazier. \ 4tj ,;; .1.i.

litle city the guest of Mrs. Cason. Miss Stuart pine growers are ,looking for Mrs. Davis lathe. older daughter of Report of committees. ;.i.i

B. did not fail to take a. snap shot of good prices for their fruit Mrs. Mattie D. Juhan. and 'has residedin Election of officers. -
They havebeen -l
the party. Ocala (for some years. She was a I Selection- of place for next meeting. :
refusing $1.60
I a crate on the
I A Model
-' Reparlng is, going on briskly. The docks there.J. popular member of the younger set Business Meeting-Conduct >
-.large saw mill and the well that sup- F, Sigmon and Silas McKee of and will be :very greatly missed by ed by Fla.Rev. J. Lawton Moon Jacksonville 'FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK

plies It with weater, have recently been South Lake Weir are heavy melon her Ocala lends.. -

overhauled. Mr.' Harper 4s now hav- shippers. They are carlot, shippers and Her going-away gown was a ,blue 3:00 p. in.Religious.- ; I BETWEENJacksonville

ing the dock at Gore's landing res on track there. silk suit made with an Eton jacket Service-Led by Don Pea I ",

: Martel, was .called on to make n Sunday The outlook for the with bat and gloves to match. With body. Sanford. '

school address, which he did in a crop is very favorable coming in a greater orange this suit she wore a pretty white lingerie Junior Work-By Miss Lillie .Roux. and New York. :

superintendent junior work, Chester
."very Instructive and pleasing manner, portion of the state. There has beenno Fla. .
throwing bouquets at little "The vows are said-
every Sun- frost and the trees are in good con ? -"
r1 .. .':1a.v S il"1 scholar Tmi en Jed the dition. The potent vows that hold the 'happiness The Third Department-Mrs. MaudB.

_ _f :: program for the day. It is estimated. t one-half of the Little, Ocala, Fla. s Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both ways. .
;; Mrs.. Nevrcomb Barco is Of these two souls for weal or woe 7:30 p. m.-
spending a
Stuart T2S FURS:
pine will this STZAKSHIPS '
few crop season be till death do. Miscellaneous business.Installation IK TBS COASTWISZ SE VI:!.!
: days in this vicinity with ;friends. hauled in wagons over the rock road. partThe

Miss Irene Beck returned home Saturday Much of benediction falls-and out of officers.
heretofore been done THE
Sacrament Administered Rev. F. SOUTHERN JUlES
evening after an absence of six by boat Into the world they go, .ne flesh instead

:: weeks to the delight of, her many The story'of- the Hastings farmer R. Bridges, P. E., Gainesville. district.

friends. Miss Of twain; and in.the 'heart of the "God Be With You Till We Meet
Beck will remain here: who realized $7,000; from sixty acres "

1- only about, ten days and then go ta of potatoes is thrown 4n the shade by oung brideIs Again. FREIGHT SBRVICB BETWEEN v

Georgia 1o spend the bil." j% .. welling up the "Jubilate," tuned'To Consecration service.
: -
_ one J- E. Pace, of Sanford who received Jacksonville, Boston and Providence '
human love the League benediction. ,
summer: ; and in bride-
_ J12.000 from eight acres of cel
: Mr. J. W. Collins of; Rock HilLS.! c.,, ; groom's eyes and all Eastern Points.
_ ......... .
ery.Not A look of tender ..
after strength and steadfastness
spending a week with friends long ago limes were "!hardly con- Calling at Charleston Both Ways.

: paired. sidered worth gathering. Now It is almost -
Mr. James Hogan: is .becoming a fa-, Impossible to supply the demand.A That says, "I will not fail thee love. MoTher'sar WEEKLY SAILINGS.Norttoouai .

nlllar figure t>n our 'streets. Silver lean hard!" SQithbcun!....................... ...... .
Miami commission man paid $26 for : ....'........................._.. Fron Lewis' Wart I1CSt-l
-t Springs has an attraction that still two barrels of the fruit And thus hand in !hand heart to A WORD ,

holds good. Bowling Green growers recently.have done heart shoulder to shoulder, they step HURSINO All IH UOTMflfS INFANT, AID MJHtl III WHEN THE ..........................................Fron. fort of Ca&erias Street, 3a.vonn!

Pablo Beach for the Fourth is nowthe over the threshold of the old life MOUTHS THAT COM mffOK THAT ,
very well this season. Their cukes tomatoes 7/ME
cry. Some of our# friends' are expecting and beans have brought good Into the new. SCOTT'S EMULSION Clyde St. Johns River Line. f

- ; to spend the day there patriotically returns, and their melons which are I

.' fishing and enjoying the moving,now, are yielding handsomely. I have a good traveling position to SUPPLiES NOURiSHMENT THE EXTRA SO HBG33Ar BTHKHOTH AND FOR Between Jacksonville and Sanford

S surf bathing. We hope they will have Anthony cantaloupe are offer the right party; experience unnecessary THE HEALTH Of BOTH MOTHER MO
growers must well recommended CHILD. Stopping fttlFalatki, Aster Beresford
; come ( TeLaai ) aai latermsdiati
a good time. F, M. rather blue.. Much of the stock that and ready to start to work at Send for free suapl*.. Laiilngs on St. Johns Ei7er.

- -'---- has moved so far !has been in small once Address T. A. Roquemore, SCOTT &: BOWNE Chemists. ,

.'.. The laxative effect of Chamberlain's lots and of Inferior quality. Carlots will Ocala. Fla. 6-l-3t 40915 Pearl Street, New York. Steamer of r
5oc.andfi.oof iH druggist City Jacksonville
Stomach and Liver Tablets is so -- -l\Ii
-E agreeable and so natural that you do probably begin the latter part of this Hurst growers are busy planting are pOlaWS ta Sail as follows: r.eave JKksollville- daily, Jl-Jf..f

Dot realize it is the effect of a' medicine. week. sweet potatoes.For iletunitag.leave Sanford dally except Stindays except at 9jO a.Saturda m. ,s. no "
-- .':-. .. For s** "- all druggists. m Harry Pedrlck.. representing John.H. ....

Simon. of Philadelphia has secured a
K, ;.:! NOTICE-Strayed: from IL. A. Ross Sale-Thirty odd head of stock ReadDows SCHEDULE Noth.d
large portion of the melons and vegetables -
- i'residence, May 11, one spotted I cattle and 3000 sour orange, seedings FERRYS Read up .J
r-' shipped from Bartow this sea- from 3-4 to 1 Inch In diameter. Write --
I pointer pup female. Finder will I --- -- -!
son. He has shipped a car of'tomatoesto Lock Box 7. Boardman. Fla. 6 1 2t leave 3 30 P. a. ....---....... Jacksonville _. .:. .
< : '. please notify M. W. Tompson, at 1/e- U 8 45 p. m. -. ___ Arrive z GO 1. i
his house he has ---- PaJatka __ .
nearly every U _
__ a
- ", roy, Fla. and*.receive suitable re '. joom. au ------- _:___.. Astor __,._____:..' Leave., 00 p.p..'
1 3"
1 :.:, 'Ward. 6-l-4t been there Gainesville's cuke crop this season .is 'SEDf&k Arrive 8 30 .. m. ------ laUCIS"' __.. _.:_____..__. II 100... ._.",.
-. Chas. M. McKlnney of Graham, .is a very fine. .. 10 oo a. m.! ---___ .-. -. Sanford ____._..._.. 93'] ".
Summer Excursion Rates via Atfantic successful grower of sweet potatoes. \ -- _Enterprise.._ .._ ___ .....j.. 10 G, LI ..

t ,' Coast Line. He states that from a twelve-acre ,sore yield of qntnttty and -I I -'
( : : Democratic harmony means democratic qaaiy.-Wbeo root fattier punted General Passenger and Ticket Office 122.
;,' Summer excursion rates to all sumner tract he harvested and housed 2,300 success-and it looks, like we market Ferry's.,bot they they were burc the been trot Improv on the Bay $t., Jacksonville. .,.::1p.

<<; excursion points saleivia bushels of very fine stock besides ing ever ince. We
are now on are expert In 51.
: are gomgto have harmony. flower and vegetable seed*. IRoNMoNGaR'la.. Ass't Gea'l Pass. Arent,U2 West Bay FJa.
: the Atlantic.Coast Line:: No trouble shipping cars to Atlanta .forwhichhe ; 1IMM eee4! ABBS*!,beautifully: ffinatn w a .. Co p.LOVaLL.Jacksonville Superinteseent', _

-. .. :to: answer, questions.' For rates, reservation received 65@75 cents a busheL. He : ,frse to sUeppint& & Gen'l Foot of ? Street, Jacksonville Fla. .
'or any information c mmunl.. believes sweet potatoes, ar a 'great Our low quarter White House shoes D. M. FERRY CO., Detroit lIicll.I THfo Pass. Agt..New York. CLYDE MII.NE,Gell'! Fr't Agt.. N. J.
iji for Men and Women can't be beaten I Vice President and General Manager
cate-with. roony. crop.-Fruit. and .Produce News. in Ocala. The Fair: General
x Offices
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: ABOUT TOWN. Funeral of Mrs. Porter. THE EDITORS AT HENDERSON. r Ross' sister, Miss: Lutie Smith, will .
,|V., VILLE. arrive Friday afternoon. Mrs. Allan ;C FLORIDA JC
The funeral services the : -
over remains -
F'V Banner :Munroe, Mr. Robert Munroe, Misses
::; of Mrs. Pearle Mann Porter, Special Correspondence Ocala ; '
.-:'LDi Wm. Griffith of Dunnell-on. was Annie and Abbie :Munroe Miss
-?, wife of Mr. William M. Porter, whose Asheville, N. C. June 7, 1906. _t
':Qca1a sad death was: chronicled In this pa- The Florida Press association spenta Williams, Mr. and :Mrs, Howard Mun- SPRINGS -

"d1 Is per Sunday morning, took place Sun- roe, Miss Frances Bangs are here;
e f. C., C. Carroll spending this very charming day at Hendersonville -
l leek at McIntosh assisting at a reIvttal day afternoon from Grace Episcopal Monday, June 4, and never before also Mr and Mrs. Hardy Croom and
church. S .
')meeting. have they received a more cordial 'nor baby, of Tallahassee. Mrs. Crooin before --- ,-
.The remains'were brought from
+ delightful welcome.. her marriage being Miss Sally
BMr.; James Brooks spent Sunday atIflo&n Jacksonville on the afternon Seaboard The people of that beautiful little Bell, of Ocala. Mr. Fred Gaitskill ishere' ;i ..
Plant with his father, Mr. John train and were carried to the churchat
city outdid themselves in their hospi- for the summer, ,and is with the
I we regret to fcprn: is once. The pall bearers were the
tality to the editors and left nothing Boston Shoe store. Mr. Scott who was

crU t 1L. following gentlemen: Mesrs. Harry undone to make our stay with them.a in Ocala for several months last winter .
,. Lapham, J. G. Spurlin G. Pastuer
... ';. delight. We were met at the depot by in the shoe department of H. B.
E.] : Weaver, of Homosassa. Arthur. Masters and E. J. Crook. the mayor of the <4ty, Mr. A. H. P. Masters' store Js also in Asheville

;. ,among the visitors to Qcala on Rector G. H. Harrison read the King, Mr. W. A. ,Smith, president of and is with the Boston Shoe store.

Sunday. and Monday. beautiful service in a npst impressive the Appalachian Interurban railroad; Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Graham and Mr +fi

manner .and the eyes of many were :Mr. ;J; :M. Barrows, associate editor John Sullivan, of Ocala are now mak-
::Frank Durand,'of Bay City, and Le- dimmed with tears. A' severe rain
and manager of the, French Broad ing their home in this city.
land Smoak, of Crystal River, spent prevented many of the friends of Mrs.
Hustler, and a number of the other Mrs. S. W. Rhoades and little daughter -
at home with their relatives. Porter, i
Sunday from-following her body to its
prominent citizens of He dersonville.
J Genevieve, are here for the summer -
last resting place In beautiful Greenwood
)!r. and Mrs. Howard Clark are now We were at once driven to the Bhie the guests of Mrs. Rhoades' rela- 1 -S- 1

with Mr. Clarke'spareitts cemetery. Ridge Inn; where a splendid dinner tives.The _
1faking their ;home, Mr. L. W. Mann and Mr. Merton served. -1'a'g 9 yam v-

,. Mr. and Mrs. W H. Clarke. Mann, of. Tampa, father and brotherof was Before having dinner\ a. short walk Rounsaville-Cartledge Wedding in r .- -

returned"home :Mrs. Porter; Mr. and Mrs. John was taken to the court house, city hall Rome.
="Mr,Allan Bridges has Croft of Jacksonville 1
her sister andbrotherinlaw
and and beautiful -
near by points, some
fatter spending a couple of weeks very ; Mrs.. Lee, of Tampa, views of the city were seen from The fololwing account of the mar-

5 f pleasantly? _.. .with. .friends. in Virginia. an intimate friend of the family and the top of the elegant court house. riage of :Miss Rounsaville, who was an :1b1--; '

Mr. Porter came to Ocada Sunday to A pleasing incident of the dinner admired visitor at the Izlar home in
1L kit. Taylor Stroman, formerly with
attend the funeral. this city two is culled from .
hour was the arrival of :Mr Thomas A. ? years ago J
.: :the. Southern Express Company, Is
Edison, of Orange, N. J., at the Blue the Rome (Ga.) Tribune: of June 7:
now In charge of the Florida House, There is no death! The stars go down
1 Ridge. )Ir, Edison, with several of his The marriage of Miss Marie Mere-
the'Seaboard depot. To rise upon some fair shore. THE FINEST MINERAL SPRINGS IN FLOR Jr A.
men two tremendous automobiles anda dith RounsaviUe and 'Dr. Edward Cor-
And bright in heaven's jeweled crown Never Overflows. be for
I nelius Cartledge was beautifully solemnized Bathing Cannot Surpassed
'Ur.A. C. Hamrick has gone to Port They shine for evermore. complete camping outfit are touringthe
; *. urOn: Michigan, to be present at the mountains of North Carolina last evening at 7 o'clock in Health and Pleasure. Cures Rheumatism, Dyspepsiaand

:< ddfcation, services of the temple to There is no death! ,But angel forms searching for cobalt. The arrival of her home surrounded by relatives and Kidney Trouble or Skin Diseases. Elegant Park,

;. '"'.the :Modern. Maccabbees. Walk o'er the earth with silent tread; I Mr. Edison created a great deal of interest the nearest friends. cool and shady. High Rolling Pine' Lands., . .

>; .s -- They. bear our; best loved things away and .the news that :America's The home on Second avenue, one New hotel and new furniture. Elegant beds and table fare. Rooms
"J"}Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe has ..gone :to And then we call them dead. great wizard was in Hendersonville ot the prettiest in the city, lent itself with 12 foot ceiling/ well ventilated and lighted with gas. Ten foot porch -

=;;Kentucky to attend the "home coming" soon spread all; over the city, and pleasingly to_ the elegant decoration around the house :

festivities as has also MrE.. C. Dor- Death of Mrs. W. M. Porter. large numbers gathered around the arranged with such perfect taste. The scenery is unsurpassed in Florida. Large bath house and large bath -

scep. Blue Ridge to catch a glimpse of the Ths drawing room, the appointed rooms, plenty of suits, toboggan slide spring boards or walks at any depth. --
The announcement of the death' of : place for the Situated four miles from Apopka on Seaboard Air Line.\ilaoa.d, wherea
< -' .. great man and to look at his: machines nuptial scene was fault-
and Miss Os- Wilisjn M. Porter in Jacksonville Sat- is and less in ;white The splendid livery team goes to Springs.
Miss.Donnella Griffin Mr. Edison a very simple pure setting. .
Rates, 2.00 per day; $8.00 per week, children under 13 years at half price.
I'l.:ji ie,.Griffin, of Anthony, spent Monday urday afternoon at three o'clock conies unostentatious" gentleman. He was carpet was covered with white crash

in Ocala. as a great shock to her many friends4n dressed in an ordinary camping suit and within the embrasure of the win- WEKIWA SPRINGS CO.

w Ocala''Who learn of it with great of yellow linen. He was most ,genial dows was an altar "as pure as purity" ,
Wekiwa ( Clay ) Springs, Florida.
W'i gMr. and Mrs. Milner, of Birmingham, regret. and cordial and seemed quite pleased and upon either side was two great

Jv__lav are guests at the Spellman house Before her marriage she was Miss with the welcome he received. He was columns spotless 'save for the delicate

fi oa" Ocklawaha avenue. Pearl Mann, of this city, the older introduced to all the editorial party, smilax that entwined itself about J '

daughter of Mr. L. W. Mann, who now and was very cordial. He was asked i them. From them shone the gentle -

: Mrs,, Grover Spencer and Miss Ab- resides at Plant City. The family by one of the lady members of the light ot dozens of white tapers and 'H. ROBINSON, Pres. .

I_bie McCarthy went down to Lake came to Ocala when she was a little party if he would pose for a kodak from these passed the ribbons that S. H. BLITCH, Mgr. 'J. C. BOOZER, Asst. Mgr.

-,Weir Monday afternoon for a few day's girl and her entire girlhood was spent picture and replied :that it would give outlined the nuptial(aisle. On the improvised GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller.

Ii: visit, here.Miss him great pleasure to do so, and went altar and outlining the man-

Mann was married to Mr. Por- outside of the hotel and stood by his !. tles were many candles until the room

: ,Miss; Clara Corbett, of Wellborn. ter, of this city: four years ago last machine while the pIcture was taken. suggested the holy chancel of some: The Strong Hold the ;

lad, her guest Miss Catherine Lid- October at the old Episcopal church ;Ir. Edison is a splendid specimenof rarely beautiful cathedral. White .

'don,cf Ocala, were visitors to the city Rev C. ,M. Gary performing the-ceremony manhood and it is a matter of universal roses bent from the vases on the man-

ri.--. Satsrday.:Live Oak Democrat. and ever since their marriage regret that be is growing quite tle and their perfume made, fragrant '

Mr. and Mrs. Porter have made their deaf, but otherwise he is strong, vigorous the atmosphere.Just x COMMERCIAL BANK -
Mr,. John Juhan of Crystal River
home In Jacksonville. and energetic. before'the nuptial hour' Mr.
'came in Monday afternoon from Jacksonville ,
The deceased was twenty-six wears After dinner splendid carriages were Wililam McWiliams, accompanied by ,
: where he spent. Sunday. He "
: of age. Shevias a neice of Mr. G. T provided for the ,party, and a most Mr. Howard Tinsley on the piano and OCALfl FLfl.
; VJ1 remain in Ocala until after the
Maughs and Mrs. D. M. Smith, of this beautiful drive of three hours was enjoyed Mr. Arthur West,on the cello sang ex-
marriage of his sister to Mr. AlbertDavls
city, and and she also eaves to mourn the trip including a drive quisitely "0, Thou Sublime Sweet

$.ir on-Tuesday morning. her untimely death besides her hus- through the city and to some of the Evening Star' from Tanhauser.The Has Upon Public Confidence is Evi- .

band and father, a sister and a bother surrounding mountains.Our notes of Tanhauser's march _
" 'Lawrence Jackson returned to his
"" Mrs. John Croft and :Mr. Merton escorts on the trip were Mayor heralded the coming of the wedding '.
::; home'la Ocala Saturday after a brief denced by its Large and Increasing
Mann, and a large ,number of other King, Colonel Smith, Mr. J. M. Wal- party. The ushers entered the room .
tat pleasant visit to his parents, Mr. v
, relatives and frienJs to whom this pa- drop, secretary of the board of trade; by the hall door and stood well to the .. '
sand Mrs. L. W, Jackson, in this city.- '
' per extends Its very deep sympathies.N. :Messrs. W. H. Barnes, C. G. Brooks, W Business -
Sum '
side.From k
" ='-... ,.' S. Garland and others. the porch the officiating min-
.(' '.!""" M. Allred. Hendersonville is in the very heart ister, Rev. John P. Wardlaw and Rev. -
: '. 'ilr. F. B. Beckham, of Newberrytpeat .
"' of the mountains and is an ideal placeto Luke Johnson came into the room.
: : Sunday and Monday in OcalaWlb"s honoredwne' in this
: Allred is an spend the summer, and is each Then the ring bearer young Barington -
: '
h4" :',}.*' ______ .city. Dr. Calvin J. Allred came to season growing more and more popu- King and Mary Goetchius and .... -'"

.. Ocala from FayettevileL N.. 'C., before lar. It is surrounded by the magnifi- .Katherine West from their white bas- II .
illr fnd Mrs. F. I. V.'atS'jii spent CAPITAL
cent peaks of Tryon, Pinnacle, SugarLoaf ket strewed the pathway of Hymen's ,
Sunday and Monday in Ocala, the the civil war, and his name 'ls' inti-
I Craggy, Chimney Rock, Glassy, altar with flower petals. 50000.00 .
!Nests of Mrs.. M. C. Looney They mately associated with the history of .
Bald maid-of-"honor I -
Hebron Pisgah Shaking moun- Alone the Miss Elo-

.Til? .return to Citra today. the city.. Mr. N. M. Allred was born tain and many others. It is an unusu- yse Izlar, of Ocala Florida, avanced to President T. T. Munroe. .... .. ,. '- ..
,1 A..mall quantity of Blue Ribbon here and has sways been a favorite.He ally attractive little city, and its citi- the left and simultaneously the groom Vice-President, Z. C. Chambliss. '!::'''' "

Iwaoa or Vanilla flavors perfectly. was precocious his .youth and zens are very progressive. There are and his best man, Dr. Goldsmith, came Cashier, J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL. ,

"" '.'Absolutely pure goes twice as far and his school record was one bright with three large hotels,_ the Gates, the in from the porch entrance, the bonny

deserts: the "Blue Ribbon Flavor, ,promise. He was admited to the bar Wheeler and the Blue Ridge, and many bride came down the stair with her

<. with high ,honors, and at once took a excellent private boarding houses. _Its father.

; '.'. _;Mrs. C. Wolf and lovely litle daugh- leading position. His popularity 'Was altitude is 2,200 feet and its population The bride never appeared fairer
election to considerably over two thousand. than in her bridal of white chif-
-"Ur; ,:Rose, left Sunday for Illinois, to shown by his overwhelming gown BANK
,'. .. sue: d the .summer with Mrs. Wolfs the office of states attorney for the Its climate is beyond campare; the fon cloth. Princess fashioned it fell NATIONAL ,

ilarreata. .Mr. Wolf accompanied them district over the occupant of the office, scenery in every direction is perfectly -: from the lithe figure Into graceful

A isfar, as Jacksonville. who was himself a popular man anda i superb, and the pine covered moun- folds about the 'floor. The yoke was OF OCALA,

,( '; -... -- shrewd politician and organizer. tains which surround the city restoresthe exquisite point lace the design of the

,,' : ,}In. R. Of Conner and children, When Mr. Allred assumed the dutiesof ill to new life and vitality. rose pattern studded with seed pearls.

',' !lr .R.G.Blake and children and Mrs.h' the office he did fearlessly and The pure mountain spring water is With orange blossoms the bridal 'veil -. DIRECTORS.

'.; !;?y., J- Lohrig are at Lake. Weir and in a manner' that won for him the dejlghtful both for drinking and bath- was caught to the golden hair and the .

'Tlll .spend a month enjoying thepleasurga approbation of his friends. Ing 'purposes, no finer water being flowers were a bouquet of bride roses, -
to fail ant found anywhere.We the J. K. Christian R. S. Hall ,
: of that resort. When his health began showered With lilies of valley.

>} it was ascertained :that he would have were first driven to the Laurel Miss Izlars gown was shirred white Geo. Mackay T. T. Munroe

.;: Mr;,and Mrs. K. A. Green came upit surrender the office It was received Hill park, ,which has a club house, organdy with scrollwork -of val lace H. A. Ford Z. C. Chambliss.

s: fpm, Petersburg several days ago as a public calamity. race track, artificial lake, baseball dia- and she carried white carnations tied ;

i.t : Wfl-are stopping at the Spellman He carries with him to his new home mond, tennis courts, etc., and is quitea with green tulle.

flh use. ,Mr. Green :will make his, head4iarters the universal esteem of the 'people of lovely spot. The mountains and hills In the drawing room where the ele- -

here during the melon sea- his district and especially of his home are covered with daisies, laurel honeysuckle gant wedding supper was served,' the -,

{;'-",.,"'. ..,Ma. ;, town. We commend him to the good rhodendrum and other beauti- decorations were very artistic and

"<-'" graces of the people and the bar of ful flowers in the wildest profusion, beautiful, the colors used being pink

ttY'l1rs. Richard McConathy left Mon- Prescott, Ariz. They will find him and.the beauty of the mountains is almost and white. Ocala Furniture Company.

A : afternoon for Louisville Ky., .to worthy of esteem, high-toned and hon fairylike. The views from the top Slipping away the bride as she pas-

'.'" *"present at the Kentucky "Home orable, and as true In his friendshipsas of the mountains are exquisite and the sed up the stairway to don her mart

'l- : Owning" celebration. Mrs. McConathy the compass Is to the pole and we cool air is most delicious and re- going away gown of checked silk,

?:+( :.-:!*u,remain.In Louisville several weeks feel confident\ that he will be an orna- freshing.The stylishing combining the rose tintsin There is Good For You. -
I "i '*adrill" : probably'not return home un- ment and an honor to the home of his Crystal Spring, the Cascadesand trimming, tosed her bouquet right Nothing Too !
"' : tS smaller falls on Laurel Hill of her maid of hon-
the fa11r many into the open arms
I.: adoption.Dr. That's a broad statement but it h Ids god, for you will surely regret -
,:: r\ are lovely and the drive in its entiretywas
-to or.At buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that you
r' Miss Sarah E. McCreery, one of the Eaton Lindner, of Anthony, was a most beautiful one. 8-40 Dr. Cartledge and. his bride
an exhorbitant price for your goods, and if would
-- ost popuar! of the Ocala high school in Ocala Saturday. He reported that On the way we passed many beauti- left for Atlanta accompanied by the '

i' ''teachers lift Monday for her home at I i he and quite a number of the young ful residence, notably those of J. party who had come up the day before know where" you can get the best goods at. lower prices than: youire

,i. 'f ashv01e. Tenn. to spend the summer people Anthony enjoyed a delightful Caldwell Robertson, J. C. Reed, J. M. f-.r the nuptials.Mr. paying some other place. WBj&L'i-"r-F -

trith;: her relatives. Miss McCreery launch ride ,on Silver Springs Friday Waldrop, Capt. J, W. Wofford, C<>l. W.

'too111return to Ocala the latter part of night and prepared and cooked, A; Smith, Mayor King, W. A. Garland, Lester President. of New Lumber "

.; .;:Septenber, which will be good news to most delicious chicken plllaa on the G. E. Brooks and hundreds of others.At Company.A .

.>J 'der':'many friends. banks of the stream. The party were the conclusion of a drive that will" Smith & Roberts,

'b accompanied by .Messrs. Loiis ,Lang ever be a pleasant and memorable one big lumber company, has been or-

< '.% J. H. Workman principal of and J. C. Howell of Ocala. to the editors, we were driven_to the ganized in Sumter county and will will talu>. pleasure in showing yo the best goods at the lowest
e,Ocala High Monday Southern railway and left for Asheville the Sumter Lumber com
< School,, left be known as price Everything In the turn ure line at consistent prices.
'*?(Tafabagcee: to attend the n,rma. Death .From Lockiaw arriving here at 8 o'clock. Tues- pany. The company Is applying for a

*"v OOt at that place for sit weeks, af- never, follows an injury dresed. with day morning the Asheville board of charter, and is incorporated for a -

_! "*hfch he will go' to his' home at Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its prevent trade chartered a special car and gaveus quarter: of a million dollars. Mr. P. R.

"-' $ ths3de. Tenn. to spend the remain- tic and poisoning.healing Chas.propertiesblood Oswald, mer- a three hours' trolley ride all over Lester, of this city, is the present! PhosphateMine Supplies.

ae' -' '-*'me .summer vacation.' Mr. chant, of Rensselaenrtlle, N.,Y.. writes: the city, President Randolph and Mr. of the new company, and the other Incorporators -

,workman" will return to this city dn "Itcured Seth Birch, of this neck place I ever of Berkle 'aoeomilanying<< us on the trip.: are Mr. B. W. Blount of Section Hose, Spiral Pipe, Wire Rope, Tram Cars, Steam I amps,

: ;.th....... .;*artyfalL. the ugliest Cures sore cuts on wounds his burns and Asheville 4s quite a cosmopolitan city Tampa, formerly of.this. city and Boilers, Engines and Smokestacks, Centrifugal Pumps,

:J/ : sores.saw" 25 cts. at Tydings & Co.. drag- of about 18,000 Inhabitants. It has Messrs. George Weeks R. L. Wilder Wheelbarrows, Shovels, Relaying Rails,. Wrought Iron

N.. Tiller;, of Ocala. one of the gists. m. beautiful houses, magnificent hotels, and G. A. McLeod. :Mr. Weeks Is the Pipe, Valves and Fittings, Engine Packing (all kinds), ..

known turpentine operators In and is a very popular'resort, both,' in vice president of the company andMr. fools, Pulleys, Hangers,, and Shafting. Power : .
l1ghe Peninsula: Naval Stores watermelons, peaches plums, tomatoes, .Nttes. They will erect a sawmill, planing
,! :t.;:; r.'Tmer is now easily 'worth egg plant green corn, beans, beets, Ocala is well represented In Ashe- mil lathe mill and It will' be one of

-:;;; 09 Flve years.ago he. was in the cucumbers, butterbeans, akra, blackberries ville' at the present .time. Those here the biggest milling, industries in this THE CAMERON & BERKLEY CO. .

;r: Dentine Business earning a monthly : and everything' pleasing >rr already from. our city are Sir W. M. section. The new mil will be at Eden- "Walrus Leather. Dealers and Manufacturers' Agents Machinery and
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; INDIANA DEMOCRATS iviARKET., WHAT FREE ALCOHOL MEANSTO The Eagle- en the' Mountain Heights. ___
: ENDORSE BRYAN. THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.It The Eagle on his mountain height

; Rosins Make Decided GainsSpiritsStrike Beneath the eastern sky,- If You Want to Cone Out

: Bottom at 57 1.2. Will Largely Supplement Kerosene, Securely views the source of light )

; ; : State Ticket Norninated-Ptatform! k -. Gasoline and Naphtha. With bold and fearless eye. 1,

I Denounces Hyposrisy of Republican : The' lower prices for pale rosins having It absorbed in glory's blaze,

'I brought about some betterment In .alcohol which was And Will! the Real I IFor
\ downward view
Party and the Tariff. the inquiry for those grades and the He bends' a ) Thing
placed on the free list by congress lately Earth seems to this distant gaze,
demand for rosins continuIng ,
common Minute, and cheariesi: too.

5" i Indianapolis IncL June 7.-Democrats with unusual strength, brought is alcohol mixed with a sufficient i

. of Indiana in about a sharp reaction in 'the market quantity of wood alcohol or other' materials Thus on the mountain of faith and this Spring styles, put on ona of our new Spring Suit'

'1 convention, todav this week, som splendid gains be'ng or mixtures to destroy Its use ,Jehova's prayer Hve, is seen; cut in the latest fashion and one of our all one piece Panama Hat .
scored In prices.
adopted a platform as a beverage or barfs, for drinks or Sure visija strengthened gaza there, You will find Quality, Style and Workmanship that
; strongly endorsing W. After the close yesterday the quotations Without a veil between.: can only be tesul

: Bryan for: the ,pre in comparison with those of the medicinal purposes. It can be made here. Rich in Style, Right in price. We have a large and varied*,

and selected previous Friday shrewd advances pf from any grain the refuse of sugar Then dim Is every joy compared
idency, a
stock of Shoes for the entire Family. The new and !
state ticket for all offices 55.cents on watehwhite, 50 on w ,n- beet factories, potatoes, fruits, cane With bites that ne,w cloys; nobby Pump r

except governor don glass. 15 on M, 10 on K. 5 on I, and cassava.t Grain alcohol now pays a And light mpared the sorrow with heavenly eah has joys.shared.C Style in White Canvass for Ladies are here. Also a large stock ef!

; and reporter of the 20 on H, G, 25 on F, E, D, 25 on (X A. tax of $2-07 a gallon.' Denaturized alcohol (Written for the Oela B?nner.) Oxfords for Men. The well known Walkover and Hanan & -Soir

J The movements in values began with will pay no :tax. Its 'advocates expect .
supreme court. Benjamin of Makes. Give us a call before buying elsewhere. "i
Tuesday. ,Monday was ,a legal holiday that it can be manufactured and Immigration and Citizenship.In "
- South Bend, former congressman from
:. and there was no trading. Tuesday sold as low as $4 a ton. One bushel of _0 t
,the Thirteenth Indiana district was, the early days of the tl'e republic '
opened up vigorously and the offerings corn,, costing not more than 40 cents, W. J. Chamber ,
permanent chairman. the democratic party strongly encour- s
were taken at Improvement In will make five gallons of alcohol. Illuminating ;
Referring to W. J. Bryan he said: ,
Immigration. But at present s >me t
values all along" the line. Each: of the oil costs from 14 to 16 centsa aged
'That which Is today eulogized andapproved of its wisest leaders, are lookiii askance -
ensuing days of the week was marked gallon and denaturized alcohol can ShoeMcMillan :
!: as broad statesmanship and at th. nordes oourin;; iu upon
with advances on some 'of the grades. be manufactured to sell at from 8 to 10
;: enlightened patriotism' in Theodore us" from Asia and Southeastern Europe. t
and the total gains for th* week as cents a gallon.
- Roosevelt, was only a few days ago Senator McCreary, Kentucky, in ------ --
bill lor denaturized alcohol
I shown were quite substantial offset- The first
,( denounced reactionary, revolutionary the immigrationbills '
recent speech on
ting In a marked degree the recent declines was introduced in the house by Rep- a -
I and unpatriotic In William Jennings urged the regulation of immigration -
who ,
and infusing new hopes that the resentative Murdock of Kansas,
Bryan. The> aftersight of one to confine our acquisitionsonly
rosin market was destined to see bet- was elected on platform of "Red- so as
4 I.: almost equal to the foresight of the to the worthy. The present Increase -
needed in Congress.
ter things ahead. headed men are Bros.
I other, he characterized as startling-
of denaturiaed alcohol
Common rosins are proving a wonderful The advocates
; .J ,The following were nominated i the immigration for the last year numbering -
feature of the market. Their expect that it will revolutionize heatIng ,
! Secretary of stale-James F. Cox. as for the entire first
-. : strength: has tended to assist pales lighting and power generation. as many Southern
- ,; Columbus. hundred of the history of Copper Works'
the farmers one years ,
and mediums very much. If commons They expect it will give .

Auditor-Marion Bailey. Lizeton. were weak'the effect would; be to; pull new and better market for grains sugar the country. At the present rate only Manufacturers:
Treasurer hn Isenbarger, North would be of Turpentine; StiliBand
four generations necessaryto
4own other grades In some degree, beets, cane and ,other products from

Manthester. but as It Is they are a strong founda- which alcohol can be made. They also bring the population of the countryup :.
- : Attorney General-Walter J. Letz, to the density of China. He called General Metalworkers.Old
tion for the other grades to rest and expect It to: .
: Muncie. build and naththa In attention to the increase in recent :
upon. The total sales of common Supplant gasoline
The resolutions committee's report of the immigrants from south- 1:
this week approached ten generating power for automobile, years
was read by Samue-L. Ralston, and
and to the
eastern Europe falling off
; thousand barrels. Every day they launches and small eng nes.
, among other things, it said' with kerosene as an Illuminant. from northwestern .Europe, and also Stills taken in for
_ were snapped up avidity. O paled Supplant exchange new ones. Patching
; "The democracy of Indiana in convention -
the sales were about three thousand because it does not vitiate the air and the unequal distribution of the Immi- through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
assembled sends greetings
barrels far -. 0. -.. Is less danger of explosions. grants in our northeastern states after
so as reports > -- there wire will receive prompt attention at either 'of the
across the sea, to that wise and conservative ,
their arrival. He predicted this
nan's receipts of pales are probably in Cheapen naphtha gasoline and illuminating following works _
statesman, unfaltering patriot -
: less proportion to the whole than those oils.Cheapen uneven distribution would soon present -
;: and superb leader, William J. Bryan
at the ports 'to: the south where thereis paints, varn'shes! and per- a serious problem to the people
; and pledges its vote in, convention'a.nd of the large eastern states. > FAYETTEVILLE N. C.
more virgin timber cut. As Ion? as fumery. SAVANNAH; GAJ
i :the electoral vote of Indiana to him !
; common rosins keep where ,they are Increase the manufacture' end sale Organized labor in this country is

-.. for,president in 1908. pales can hardly do much worse than of alcohol lamps and chafing :dishes. urging the restriction of immigration, JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA:

;' T' ,"For nearly ten years the republican they have done.' The end of the pro- Cheapen the cost of alcohol used In and Senator Patterson, of Colorado,

: party has been in absolute control in who is, its champion in the senate defended
ducing season for them is approachIng the arts.., -
;r tall departments In the national go,,-
the 'contract tabor law. But
', too, and consumers, with past experience -
ernment with power to change unjust at hand, are likely to become McBEATH MAKES A HIT. for that law, he said, immigrant laborers -

: '', conditions' and to rectify evils. YetI good purchasers of the top grades to would be brought into the 'country THE

,- during that time colossal combinations save themselves from probable hi"gher Tom F. McBeath. editor of The to take the places of the striking coal

of capital have dominated the people values later on. Florida School Exponent of this city, miners, and expressed apprehensbn

:and have stifled competition and unfaIrly is coming in for a shower of compliments that persons allowed to enter as farm Marion Hardware

limited the opportunity; of the Spirits again touched bottom at 57 from the press gang for his laborers would turn to other occupations ) Conpi)|
individual citizen wealth ille-
thereby 1-4 cents made a feeble effort to advance unique response to the mayor's addressof wihich give more continuous, employment -

gally obtained has been unsparinglyused being quoted at 57 1-2 on smali welcome at the Ocala meeting of and better wages. Hence he

: to control legislation and corrupt ales at one call, and now remain firm the Press association last ,week. The contended: that the restrictions should -HEADQUARTERS -

elections. No honest efforts have been at 57 1-4 cents, with everything tak "n. response which was In verse was a not be removed but 'rather that they

made or are being made by republican The abortive effort to bull the market rich blending of humor, satire, senti- should be enforced. American Wire
:-, legislation to cure or- eradicate these in Fencing, : \, _..' '
accomplished nothing and ,it looks as ment and character sketching,

-_ : vils. We denounce the hypocrisy' of though it would remain about whereit which each of the leading newspapermen Imitating Autocratic Russia. Sash and Blinds '

-- the republican party which while pretending is for the 'present While 57 1-4 is of the state came in for his share The Ocala Banner asks: "Hdw long I ,'Doors '

to legislate' against these conditions not the :price the producers and factors .)f good-natured criticism and appreci- will the state democratic executive Paints. Oils and Varnishes '
: p deals only with the symptoms ,
,: expected to get ,for their outputat ative criticism. committee perpetuate their lease of
and with the disease The unfair
not ,
this time it can hardly be calleda Speaking of this effort of Mr. Mc- not members
office, and why were new Mill and
,. : tyrannical features of the so-called losing price, Some producers may Beath, which was published in full in voted for in the last primary?" Giveus : T'\: Supplies, -:
have made these
"protective tariff' not find it profitable but the generalrun th4 Ocala Star, The Ocala Banner and something a little harder. The ) 1 : .
.i' Turpentine Snpplies
4J things possible, and no permanent relief of well conducted farms will probably The Times-Union, The Live Oak "; ,
answer is that the committee as now > .
be secured until Us obnoxious ,
: can make money in prices for turps Democrat says: "Poet laureate of the constituted the last democratic 'Yi >, -
removed. We demand that Improved Farming ToolsjGET
features are :.'
and rosins do no worse than they havesa press gang in the 'Cracker State' he convention, held in 1900, which gaveus ;< ,: ,

:: this be done by tariff for revenue ony1. far this season.. There is no concealing is by right of conquest We mean Tom Jennings for governor), is a self- ,

STROBHAR WILL FACE the fact that there is anxietyfelt McBeath of The Florida School Exponent perpetuating oligarchy, governing the "S- ,. .; : OUR PRICES

HIS ACCUSERS. as to the near future of turps.If Crown' him with laurels, deck democratic party of' the state at its \

.- .a good stiff demand should springup him with magnolias festoon 'him with own sweet will accountable for its acts

;-t Wires That "No Power on Earth Can generally. this 'Would removed, but sawgrass, or anything else convenientto i to no superior power in the heavens -S

-' : .f t Keep._ Him from Meeting Face 'to i consumers are pursuing a waiting policy mark the distinction he has won. above or the 'earth beneath or the

r ... Face the Unjust' -Charges." it seems and only_ buyin_ to meet That'poem of his read before the Press waters under the earth; and It will Marion Hardware Oompanf
their wants *v -' u" lTe sui generis
as association was unique continue in despotic power until the
friends of J. N. Strobhar \ house to have taken the bulk
I ,The Capt appears peerless and unapproachable.- democratic people of the state, a tng! !
-. former agent of the Atlantic CoastLine of the stuff' this week, another buyer, Gainesville: Sun. I ;
...,. through their respectice county committees ",.
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here against whom the recent made the abo* -- -----
j decide ,to put an end |to an _. ,
-' special ,grand jury returned. two true advance, and the broker generally r To the Trustees of Anthony Baptist Intolerable condition by voluntarily ,1I._ = :- : :--' ':-'"" "" '" : '-- -b<':' -' -

-' : bills-for embezzlement of funds from port business as meagre jijst now. As Church: noosing delegates to a state eonven- We B'V'-'B-'r0 't' 1
Gentlemen -o'-
that road, were gratified yesterday at stated elsewhere producers, also show( We take the liberty of telling you ipn-the only power that can overthrow N' Disappoint-p' i Our Patients-B

-- the Information that he would come to considerable uneasiness as to the pro- that every church will be given a liberal the usurpers and put the power

Gainesville at once and face the baole liter effect of free alcohol on quantity of L. & :M. Paint' when- of' controlling the affairs of the party uiifiUJ5ILEIStry.prtlls8 and IJner Hold Out Fain Hspa

1' charge. His 'enemies were equally astounded spirits turpentine. It is hardly to be ever they paint. WP CURE the knife or boogie and Tartooeele VridtMt
again in the hands of the people, pain or detention
4 gallons L. & M. mixed with 3 gallons from business Contestant Blood roan
and said they would believe presumed that the circular letters cal- Linseed Oil .will paint a moder- where it rightfully belongs.-St. Au- cured Deyer to return, without mercury or mineral mixture; Los of Maalir, _,,-,

he was coming when they saw him ling on producers to organize efforts ate sized house. Vigor Positively eared; no timuUot but permanent, ,
guetine Record. The Dr.King Medical Co. II au tostituUoo Trjwilzed under tt*
I here. But this will not be the first o prevent ,the passage of the free alcohol Actual cost L. & M. about $1.20 per '- \ lawtof toe lute of Georgia for the trwtaifnt and oars of all {

4 time he has disappointed the latter by bill would have been sent out gallon.L. School Picnic. I cerroasudebTODlaalssksts. Dr. N. E. K ig. tlIt founder e{ ''.
The Union
: Sunday. I
& M. Zinc hardens L. & M. WhIte ./ f \UI tnltltllttODo II the chief ccnsnltlngspccialSt, belts ukwc 1-
voluntarily surrendering. if there wa not some basis for fearsof Lead: and makes the paint wear like I --- I CTa stiff of eminent physicians and inrceoDs.i ::-

-; *' ::A friend yesterday received the fal- its seriously affecting turpentine iron.' I Nearly all Ocala, attended the Sun- ._ .' 4 i led Our; wo success ose both la tba medial treatmect and eieotrlcn of throttle agencies.diseases tiusrpi1. :

lowing telegram from Capt. Strobhar, values. It is sincerely to be hoped that Largest mills in the world use L. & day school. picnic at Lake'Weir Thurs ci 4 Our offices are equipped with al tiis salTenlc, f&DAlcb&aH' J.'
.' leI,X-ray,violet ray,and ) nsea ray: In f fact ererreeontiiTftnoa 1eil ;
dated New Y.i>rk. June ,6: the' alarm of the factors- n this score M.Arnold Print Works.' North Adams, day. Four or five hundred must have known to the medical profusion. Oar ssniunaB mBOdern

S :/::"I have jug wired Sheriff Fennell was not well based.: To have a new Mass., used nearly 17,000 gallons L. taken advantage of the opportunity and trained and la every efficient respect attendant, and we regnlarlr employ ooatlfled none but nadoautaod tbe btfl i:.

that I wIll report 'at-tils office as soon *35 to 40 cents substitute complicating! & M. Paint made with 10,000 gallonsL. all had a "glorious time." Slmeolled ? licensed poTslelans being lo coargo.

; is I can get 'there. ,No power on earthcan the situation later in 'the year wouldbe & M. and 7,000 gallons pure Lin- under the shades of the umbrageous t, ,' eatronage-no We employ C.no O.misleading IX'i or unasked meaaa for to t'teratore secure eatlenU are-K&t 11II4 oct :"

:' keep me from meeting face,. to a calamity. But in any event this seed Oil.The_ .,aks some walked along the beautiful I \.". '' ,' bythil tllAtutlOD. Our &erm. for Srea'1IIt UI nerap bom..at ':::
'J to 110.00 month,(medicines
per Included)w.d we girt!& wu
I face ,the unjust charges. "all't *,.i.t? the situation f.:.r he naxtfour Musicale Last Night.A shore; some sailed in boats on the 1.71 lace of cure within a'Pecltod time.nYBESTREFERENCZIi f

-:: ; "J. N." SWOBHAR. or five months, anyway. Under lovely bosam of,the waters, and all enjoyed CHRQNIGGKFI3F3" '*ueessraUytnataaiD:is e:!
--j oently core all ctwole fi aid
:'J .':The history x>f this case is too well these circumstances, and in view of musicale by tne quartet from the a plunge in its pellucid depths. \\ .t IwUAfiRfflitor/J. inch u Kidney "dBUddwfroubleaT B.he11Jt ,,
W\ ( Rupture. liydzoee1eDrs, L<*IM' eec. 1114 all! Pr.r*, >
:; known to be reviewed.' Suffice to 'say I other conditions recently developed State School for the Blind and Deaf The dinner was not overlooked, and \ UNTIL CHEEPvt Diseases, Tnmoa and malignant troubles. Catarrh a of! &l :;

."" that the grand jury at the regular : the Review believes that producers was given ai Yonge's hall last night. there was an abundance for all N. K. KING M. a Chromo Not 'rVoa&Diseases, Bead and of Lullgl.Women Dlae&aes laob &s of Eye l&eemGl1At and Ear. '1

; term of cpurt returned no bin against would do well to, operate economicallyand and we regret that owing .to the picnic The excursionists did not get back CHIP CONM.TUM PHYII.O.A DDD&tDlAt Discharges, and inch weaknesses of wcen }

".' and after that grand and other attractions in until about half-past eight o'clock. Wr8te Mtareprcl1DrClucol1diSlouUJOI) are lick or .m1cted. em raqui& WI :;
> : 'the defendant. carefully.Naval Stores Review. at Lake Weir lend 1011 nr lit.er>>urI.1nclu4 lr l7Jllptem blaai for home tte&tIWK.

: Jury was discharged a member thereof the evening it was so smally attended, The day was all to the good. CONSVLTTIO KXAMINATION: AND ADriC]7SEZ i

: ported .to Judge Wills that an attempt Hon. Sid Bowie.. .. and we regret also that it was impos- \ nfl WI. KIHB KEPI CM. in.. _Th.7kiteflsft__tt&iPeaGtre, Ccrsu g Atlanta G?; ,
Bites. -
; had been snide to bribe him sible for this paper to have had a rep- Deadly Serpent -
The Greensboro (Ala.) Beacon peaks are as common in India as are stom- .
: A.: few days. after adjournment of the resentative there. ach and liver disorders with us. For J;
follows of well known
regular term of court. Judge Wills as a gentleman. Those who have heard these per- the latter however there is a sure .

:) '. called a special term, empanelled anew '1\ Ocala: formers say they give a marvelous en- remedy Electric Bitters; the great restorative -
found "The' unexpected will occasionally medicine of which S. A. S. A. '
grand jury and the same tertainment. Standley & Goi
4' happen.; Congressman Bowie of the Brown, of Bennettsville S. C., says:
i ; two ,true bills against Strobhar and Fourth district of Alabama startledhis They leave for Leesburg today, and 'They restored my wife to' perfect
two against other parties for attemptto there and elsewhere we hope that all health after years of suffering with

bribe a grand juror.:-Gainesville constituency last weak by announcing who can will go and hear them, and dyspepsia and a chronically torpid
that he would not ask ta be returned liver." Electric Bitters cure chills and
Sun. hope that their tour over a part of

'. _ to congress-In other words, we the state will call attention to the kidney fever, malaria.troubles biliousness.and bladder lame disor back. t The Pingacle of Human SkilL

; HELP IS OFFERED ,. he is actually going; to gin up an needs of this institution and will I ders. Sold on guarantee by Tydings Has

: TO WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE. office without having to be put out. arouse our lawmakers to make an ap- & Co., druggists. Price 50 cts. m been reached In our carrIa

-, These sort of occurrences are so very
propriat'on commensurate with its buggies and harness. The only J a1
We earnestly request all young persons seldom that they are wthy of n3t The Cincinnati :Enquirer so Ion?

-'- no matter how limited their and excite comment needs. looked upon as the organ of the Ohio .' they can ever be better Is to raise thC
means or education who wish to obtain This institution should be the especial democracy, appears to have hitched up
a thorough business training anda of the state Whatever else
t care pinnacle-elevate
to write by FIRST The Sweet Potato. with the Foraker ring of which Boss the standard-
good position overlooked this institution
is oughtnot
mall for our GREAT HALF RATE Cox is a shining tight for it unstint- even then our vehicles will be found
is encouraged In its advocacy to be.
OFFERSucress- Tire Times edly praises For3.kertor his vote Lat

j; independance and .Drobable of the cultivation of the sweet against the railroad rate bilL But thiseffort the -
Don't delay. top. They are not so h!
: fortune are guannteed.
The of Florida to be
people are con- :
-Write today. potato, by an item republished yesterday of the Enquirer to stem the current \

THE GA.-ALA. BUS. COLLEGE. stating that an Alachua county gratulated upon the recent instructionof bf reform in Ohio is evidently not prices, though, as to be out of reaCt..

6-% -m ,Macon, Ga. mAn had received. rsturns of about the general land office United. relished for even the republican coun-
I of vehicle'users.
; most quota
welve-acre field States government for an extensive. Let us
$150 per acre from a ty conventions are denouncing Fora- t "" "if--_ '
Is the South A-CominI of the esteemed succulent The returns reservation In this state, to be set '
$ ker. The united democracy of Ohio you figures.
: were net profit and came from an'thr aside as a forest reserve. The mannerin
can get along very well without the
1: The Atlanta News says that Sena- state Georgia. Eighteen hundred 'dollars -which the once magnificent forestsof I Enquirer, which has always been an
tor J. P. Taliaferro of Florida U 'the make a*pretty good rate of pay Florida have been demolished by of LIVERY
011 man the sea" on their backsto FEED & SALE STABLI
; only,millionaire from the south in the for whole farm.not to speak of mere.. certain industries for personal profit drag them down to the orrupt levelof ,

.; United States senate. This senator's' ly a sweet potato: ch. Plant potatoes. for the past few years is deplorable. I the republican machine.

1 a native of Virginia, and an 'c -c'\d- Now is the time to be sure 'the slips The Sun does not wish to be under i .

federate soldier, 'Who came to Florida will grow.-Tampa Times._ stood as opposing any industry; as the: Tile gulf that divides Jefferson B.

,.' ,. Boon after the civil "'-ar. He'made his strong arm of labor and industry- Browne 'and W Hunt Harts of Key LANDS.

fortune in lumber and In banking sn- The republican partyclaims to be what makes the country; but with West politically, is apparently similar

terprises. If West Virginia Is countedas the party that. does things," but when many others it does object to the mu- in. depth and width to the one -wftich If you hare 'lands'you wish to sell, lease or rent;

& southern state, 'the' south has a: the record of the present congress Is tilation of our trees under certain dimensions divided
Lazarus and Dives. No bridging or if you want to buy'lands for
:" multi-millionaire in the senate the luada up its sins of omission will be which has been and is yet either.-Jacksonville Metropolis. farming, grazing, I

Hon. Stephen B. Eftdns. who Is fmeof found as numerous as those of com being done. These trees should be protected .- Well which is which? Lazarus begged turpentining or lumber purposes,

'i- the senators ,from that state. ills mission. The republicans of the fifty- by law and the result would be -
from Dives, but In the case
,:colleague, Senator Scott, is also a: rich ninth congress -will go down into history the protection of our, forests to ,the extent of Browne and Harris, they are both In Write to

:' --',, Is the south a-comln! Keeping as the'pr asUIla.to" and. as the that they would not be layed bare / iBLOUNTREAL1ESTATE
position to dispense crumbs. We are curious -
#ei s-Uhkthe march of ..he'mlUton.- most, scared. lot of politicians that ever by the woodsman's ax.--Gainesville to know
\ which one will assume CO
$Jres.-Montgomery Journal. sat on the lid. -
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,'" We are authoritatively informed that Miss Louise Harris was the hostess Sixty-one ..
-' ;' years ago (June (8) the
J the beautiful property of Mr. JamesA. Wednesday afternoon at a delightfulhose At Ocala :Mr. McBeath nominated greatest democrat of the past century oL .

:ho;Min R. Bullock and children have Harris at Panassoffeke has been shower in honor of :Miss Allie Frank Harris, the veteran editor of -Andrew Jackson-died at the Her- W

? c 1-l ne; to Lake Weir'to spend several. sold through the Instrumentality of Van Juban whose marriage took place The Banner, for Governor. Naming mitage, near Nashville, Tenn. D -
ibeke Mr. J. U. Strobhar, to some wealthy
He fulfilled
the definition of demo-
the next governor is a favorite pastime
_r yesterday morning.
gentleman who resided at Atlanta, Ga., crat in America-that: is "he CURE ESAIt
was &
..1it., and Mrs. S. W. Petteway and Boston, Mass., New York city and Miss Harris and Miss Jizhan receivedthe about now with the brethren of the man who looked to the declaration of fOi- I+;Ii Rp R
i... tighter of Dunnellon, were visitors Toronto, Canada. guests in the hall and assisting press, and the following list of possibilities independence to learn what rights he FflMNHTCI ID CATTU

.ti Ocala on Tuesday. :These gentlemen have purchased this them were Mrs. Harris, Miss Sara OF MANY YUITO Bt TNt BIST MOWN U fit
is going the rounds Park
,. : possessed and to the constitution of MARKET FOB CiStASt IK STOCK OF AU.KIMSDKIHtS
@ property for the purpose of making Harris and Mrs. Dr. Powers. the MVnm' Mt Ma$AKtKMQ'110I Mf 4IIDnLGftMAN'S WOMft
United States to learn how
Trammell, of Lakeland president of manyof
: 1$NOT A FOOD nut fUlEtY"STOCK to
S. Pike came home from it" The honor in
.1- s'1Lrs. W. an Ideal winter rendezvous. They guest was gowned a
the last senate; Albert W. Gilchrist, of them he had surrendered to the federal Kite 61Vf IT A TRIAL ANA SAvt role ANNULS.
-'- Wednesday afternoon,, will erect fine lovely 'white 'linen suit trimmed in
t ,:Bt Augustine a club house and will 6f government for the welfare PIIIU 25aki5AMCUCEf00Skt0YAtt5tTAIIOAYWt5T5
Punta Gorda, speaker the house of -
"fiitbere she has been spending the past spend several months of the winter lace medallions with ,which she worea ." tWCUfAtTUlltDACliERHAH8 8V
;: representatives of 1905; E. S. Crill, of
b ""several weeks. seasons fishing and hunting. dainty lingeriewaist In the back :SJEWARTtPAmJerry
r. .. Palatka, formerly state treasurer, R- Andrew Jackson was not an inde-
;01,:. They will combine pleasure with hall rose punch was served by Miss
pendent in politics. He ,
Hudson Burr of Dade at present a was a partisanof
_; 4 : jk and Mrs. A. P. Marsh, of Marsh- profit and !will set the entire propertyout Mary Juhan and Miss Sara Davis, the the
member of the railroad commission; N highest type and the strictest
: f Tille,' were shopping in Ocala Wednes- to orange and grapefruit trees and the young sisters of the bride and _
sect He did not find it Burnett
A. Butch member-elect of the railroad Incompatiblewith
Ocala friends are always
#A'isf- will care for the splendid grove thatis groom. ,
commission; Jefferson B. Browne, who his principles and his sense of
lad to .eee them In the city. already in bearing and for this purpose The rooms were decorated in vines '
will retire from the commission next duty to desert the and turn
f"'-; --. have secured the services of Capt daisies and roses and a large red heart .cranks. Merchant
January; J. N. C. Stockton, of Jacksonville party-wrecker when consensus of
:?< Miss Emmeline Lilly, of Petersbor- F. D. Pooser, of this city, who has. suspended from the chandelier,, ,and the
. T. A. Jennings of Pen acola., party as to the policies did not accord -
In Ocala and will
; f onja,, Canada, is large experience in this direction. tied with red ribbons held the shower
W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, with his own preferences. He
in the city, the guest Frank
, r spend some time This is a very valuable propertyand which was poured over Miss Juhan'shead. Tailoring.
f *. rf bet sister Mrs. D. G. Gamble. is beautifully situated for the pur- Adams,\of Jasper; Cromwell Gibbons, stuck to the flag, remained in the
of Jacksonville; Attorney-General Ellis ranks and fought for the right read-
pose for which it will be used. It A guessing contest relative to thbride's Ocala, Florida.
E Mrf F M.. Long,, postmaster and James! E. Broome of Gadsden, and justment of the creed or practices of Y
< fronts Panasoffkee Lake and Pana- trousseau, kept the guests
r< merchant Holder, Judge Alexander Arthur Williams of Fernandina. From the party. Finest Imported and:
R soffkee river and the fishing and amused for a short while after which
Wynne, of East Lake Weir, and Mr. the list might be eliminated Trammell, It is a strange notion of patriotismin Domestic Cloths. .
:? :
hunting are exceptionally fine and we music and conversation were enjoyed.
::i ,,.. 8. H. Brown, of Leroy, were among the know Butch Gibbons, Tucker Broome and this day that advocates the opothe- '
that the
purchasers will be delighted -
' *. business visitors in. Ocala Wednesday. Williams. Frank Adams says he would sis of the mugwump. History does not Cutting a Specialty
with it: In the dining room which was simply
i" S. not, have it, but he may change his record a case where deserters ever established Fits Guaranteed.
decorated with vines and white
:; Mr.,:M..C. Coffin,,publisher' of the In- mind in two years. :Mr. Stockton's am- a great principle to_ which .
KillingTuesday at Morriston. hydrangeas, heart shaped. ices and
Rccordi el JsneBtwinrn, PlviS : I biiien ia te tv the United gUUe thou DFOfeaed plu=popfaat attachsasa*
(JBStJlal s*
witnessed a terrible trag heart shaped cakes were served. : McIVER and
Ida and New Orleans, Louisiana, pass Senate. We used to call Cromwell Gib- and bushwhackers have never won a
edy at Morriston at the primary elec- The guests included Misses Allie
t Ocala yesterday afternoon bons "Governor" during the legislaturejust cause for God or man by fighting alternately
through .
'ed tion. There was' a good deal of drink- Van Juhan, Mary Juhan, Sara Davis, '
i his to Eustis, where he owns to see him smile and make dim- for and against each side of
on way
ing and much rowdiness. One death Edna Dozier, Victoria Raysor Leafy .
valuable orange grove. ples, but he will hardly be seriously the issue. .
. & ,
resulted. Marshal L N. Chance: was Sylvester, Margaret Walters, Alta ..
I! considered. There is no doubt that Andrew Jacks>n was a model demo-
stabbed in the heart and almost im- Pearson Louise Scott, Alice Bullock,
i Mr. W. D. Graham of Asheville General Gilchrist expects to make the crat and patriot. He did not content
killed Mr. Priest Grace Hatchell, Eloise :Miller, Caro
mediately by a a
wbo tas been spending the past ten race, or that gubernatorial bees are himself with wrapping about him the
brother of Lawton Priest The marshal Liddon, Annie Mixon, Miss Fannie
days at Cotton Plant and Connor and buzzing around the others, but as any robes of political Phariseeim, climbinga FUNERALDIRECTORS.
before .death ensued, shot his slayer Rogers, of Aiken, S. C., Miss Loca Mae
! Ocala recuperating after a severe illness announcements so far in advance tree and yelling at the men in campor
twice In the leg and side, both being Easterling, of Montezuma, Ga., Miss
i bas returned to Asheville would be highly Improper, it is only on the march that they were "a
only flesh .wounds. The tragedy oc- Mamie Wikox, of Gainesville and Miss
, fair to say that none of the men with cabal, a clique and a corporationridden .
,.Stetson Patent Oxfords latest styles curred about eight o'clock in the even- Mary Lou Hatchett, of West Palm "
gubernatorial aspirations are responsible crowd! He never charged cor- -1- "
i five dollar shoes reduced to $3.00. ing.-Ocala Star. Beach. ruption on his own party, but if he
for what the the
say on Have fall stock of Coffins
papers a Caskets _
' Chambers Shoe Co. What Is this that we hear? That 'Late in the afternoon just before ,
subject.Miss Jefferson Bell.Editors' 'believed any to exist in It, he huntedIt and Burial Outfits. Special given to
" there "was a good deal of drinking and the conclusion of the party the young .
-- down and burned it out with names, Burial services.
i ')fr. 'George H. Ford, 'who has been much rowdiness?." Remember that ladies were joined by Mr. R. E. David r :
Meeting.The data figures and incidents. He never
;. making his home at Ms father's marble Morriston is in Levy and Levy is a"dry- son, of Atlanta, uncle of Miss Juhan, hinted charges that he dared not voice Embalming to Order '

l quarry, near Sylacauga. Ala., for the county, and we have excellent and 'pos and Mr. Albert Davis, of Jacksonville, meeting of the Florida Press in the open. He never went gunning -

put five months arrived in Ocala itive authority right here in Ocala the young bridegroom elect. association was 'held at Ocala but with
blank for
. cartridges: intangible
Wednesday afternoon to spend several that "prohibition does prohibit. The there was not as many members of 1rafeSSfonal.
invisible spooks, under the of
name ,
t! .. *kJ with his mother, Mrs.. H. A. Star if it doesn't have a care, is put- That "Linen Shower. the association in attendance' as was ?f'1f- eekers and sp'ilsraen., -- - ---- -----

its foot into hole. The meetings were held in A. D-
Ford. ting a expected. Andrew Jackson stood for the democratic FULL JUl. L. F. BX.ALOCK,
... In the linen shower given in honorof -
; the Elks' club rooms and were all well PULLER & BULOCK.
? party and for all that attachedto .-
i Marshal Chance Killed at Morritton. A Somber Dinner Party. Miss Allie Van Juhan we staled attended by the people of Ocala. All M ,
its mission for the people. If he Destine .-
Mr. Julius Brown, the eccentric son that many of the verses accompanJng; the papers red at the convention were
\ crltcised its men or measures he criti- Ore Vaztoe &Chambliss Bank Ocala.Pla.m .
il .:; We 'Were Informed early Wednesday of War Governor Brown, of Georgia, the gifts were worthy of publication' of much interest to all present.: Wednesday cised them as a democrat and not as "

morning by Dr. S. H. BUtch of thetn.rtdJ gave a dinner last Friday, which was as the following will testify: afternoon the editors and their E.BIGGS,
If fell
an "independent. _
which occurred at Morriston remarkable for its somberness. There I'm mad. I've been mad for an hour friends :\\ere treated to a trip to Silver men '
away from the palladium of party ATTORNEY-AT LAW.
liner.shower. !
; Tuesday night Marshal I. )[, Chance were twelve persons present one..r Because I'm not invited to the : Springs and other places of Interestby -
principles, he only stood the closer tot (Office in Gary-Agaew Block.)
; vu stabbed to death by Gabe Priest whom was Governor Terrell. the citizens of Ocala. Some of the '
and defended it with the harder OCALA. PI.oI.IDjjEDWIN
: Before he breathed his last the Mar- On the table was a thick velvet I did not think that you wouid let parties went in carriages and hacks valor. His example Is good for' real',

, -: thai fired twice at Priest wounding cloth At each cover ;was placed a treat me so, and some in automobiles. democrats In all ears. It is especially'' SPENCER._

; Wm but cot seriously. We are unableto black dinner card together with a card And even now, I have half: a.mind to Among those who autoed editors to good for then now when mugwumperyis ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

obtain any further particulars of bearing the figure of a Gibson girl. A go. the springs was Mr. S. A. Rawls, and ,

the kCllcg. skull was by the side of each pl.1l.'e.wbUe At any late. I guess that I can semi one of his guests!; was the "ToweringPine iconoclastic masquerading.'ind under pendentism.the "cloak- Atlanta of- ,GALA, ,. y-8-yt ., FLORIDA

. suspended from the char tJU.'!' my linen of St. Petersburg." Gus Haley 'News. J U. CHASE.

Banker*' Aitociation. was another ,huge skull of ashy white, And run the risk of being told'IVn guided another auto, in which were -- )

under which on a black pedestal, sat sinning Editor Smith, of the White Springs Florida Flowers in Virginia. DENTIST,

Mr T. T. Minnsns i this city, elect- the figure of a monk draped in black. Because I've "butted in" and choose to Herald, :Miss Annie Ball, of the Key OCALA FLCARLOS _

ed u vice president of the FloridaBankers' Candles were at each plate, and have a. share West Advertiser, Miss Evelyn Pelot of The Winchester (Va.) Star of the L. SISTR _

-. association which held a there was a candle for every courseof In shaming you that there are those Ocala, and Miss Sallie Cummings of 8th inst. says: Irs. William S. Love,, ATTORNEY.AT.LiW.

Joint session in Atlanta with the Geor- the dinner. With the end of each who care the DeiTuniak Herald,. but at the.junction president of Turner Ashby chapter,, .
Room M Jic
,:'r Bankers' association, concluded its course a candle was snuffed out, this Because you're going tax take up, witha where the Sharp's Ferry road Daughters of the Confederacy, has received 4 t Building

tWrtetath annual session Tuesday. being continued through the dinner until man branches. Gas lost a tire, and when by express from Florida a large
\IS3'lI. N.
Tbs following officers 'were elected' there was 'no light left on the table, And leave us here to get along as best the twelve vehicles were returning box containing flowers and southernmoss *" SINCLAIR.* ,

for the ensuing year: though dose In the corner of the room we can. from the springs he was striving to geta for Stonewall Cemetery. Mrs STENOGRAPHER & 'TYPEWRITER f

President George D. Munroe Quin. were *t"l:: burning. Its difficult to know just what's the Jehu. Love 'has had, the flowers put on the and Notary.Public.S

ff.f Tlee presidents. F. W. Boyt. Ferandlna proper caper, Mr.; Haley'' deserves great credit for graves in the Florida lot and on the Special'attention to out of Town Work ,

/ ; Gf E- Lewis, Tallahassee; JOHN M. GRAHAM. But I've decided that I'll send scam his untiring efforts in touring his par- Florida monument, and there Is now
> Commercial Bank -. Ocala, Fla.
'{. W. Allen. Key West; TAT Mun- linen paper ty to the spring with the automobilehe no more prettily decorated spot in the .

; It ls very seldom 'anyone resigns an And if you choose to write a line or had. Every other mile he would cemetery. The flowers were sent to 7
office but that Is what Mr. John M. two to me, have to stop and mend a tire. In fact Mrs. Love by Mrs. Sheldon Stringer,

.//eetJeksonvllle., reelefted. Graham did. and he did so for the pur- I'll know I'm not forgoten and I'll be the entire party that went in the auto- the president of the Brooksville chapter It TillPayYouJ,

'TM jjwryla and Florida Bankers' pose of devoting his talents to the A little better satisfied, but you must mobile should be congratulated for United Daughters of the Confederacy .. -, .

$!'at1ongave: been. Invited to holdKeetrar abstract business to which line of work know it's hard their patience.The from Brooksville, Fla. The '

-beer next year at Birmlng- he has had several years' experience.If To have another fellow walk off with convention adjourned Thursdayto Florida lot 'was beautifully decoratedthis "

barn, with the Alabama Bankers' assoNation. you have any work in this line your "pard. meet next year at Key West. We year by the ladies of Winchesterand !

; consult him. He will treat you right. 'As I write this I'm sitting in your made a noble fight to get the editorsto Stephens, City, this county The

chair meet here next ear, and only with- chief ornament of the superbly situated You have
Real Estate s
.... I will th"re, .1C any .
that sse you
And realize -
it the desire
,, ew when we saw Florida in the far-famed Stonewall sell .
if to
No more; that I will call no more to %1 the editors to go to a seaport town. Cemetery, from which as- far as the eye ,

Allie Van -White Springs Herald. can see lie the fair fields and fruitful .OR I
MASTER 8OCAlfl'S To "take a letter" to some firm or man.I .
H. B. orchards of the Shenandoah valley
f know that I shall miss your smiling Does Mr. Hearst court :the fate of sloping gently to the Blue Ridge mountains You're thinking of coming 4

STORE. face, Horace Greeley? If be does, let him: go on the east and the Alleghanieson IF to Florida for a home. 4

FOREMOST DEPARTMENT And that ,I'll find no one to take your ahead. He will surely get there. But the ,west is the monument to the

,place.I he were wiser to throw office to the Florida heroes' who sleep their last OR

I hate to give you up. and feel a twingeof dogs and go in for the developmentand long sleep, where they fell In fightingfor s

heart substantiation of principles and their southern homes. This monument desire to invest in anyI1kind

We have about thirty Lingerie Waist Patterns, with But since I know you go to fill swoman's Ideas. In answer therefore to the,query was erected by the United I of Florida property,
let -us
part with which this article began Daughters of the Confederacy of Flor-
Lace and Cuffs in reconciled and know taht you'll be that the only matter ,with Hearstis
and Embroidered Fronts some very I'm say ida in 1903, and was unveiled appropriately TO SEE
true that he seeks the presidency too
little Florida
enough by a girl
beautiful and Elaborate designs, which we are closing ,out In! all things *o the man who shares' transparently and too aggressively, Miss Isabel, ,F. Daniel, whose grand- OR WRITE
:t I'at $J.OO the regular values were $1.25 $1.56$1.75;: and his name ,with you please keep my hurting himself will by not brook.methods-Courier-which fathers were both gallant Confederate
;_ In memory's pasture, public opinion officers.-;Jacksonville Metropolis.
4 $2,00. name green. Journal. -- J. H.LIVINGST00 I G I N &.SONS N

r : Fou you've always a friend in George r- Two Important Conventions.

,,: R. McKean.A Dr. W. G. Gillette and Robert A. OCALA. FLORIDA.

ETON SUITS. Granniss, both former vice presidentsof Atlantic City, N. J, June .-The.
i-- Gubernatorial Flower. the Mutual Life Insurance company, Macter'Car
Builder's Association opened
1 have been Indicted by the special grand its national convention here today THE QCAie' HOUSE CAfE. ..

We have five styles in Ladies White Duck Linen If Hon. Frank Harris the urbane jury which has been investigating York. Gillette insurance and will remain In session three

and erudite editor of the Ocala Ban- affairs in New :days. The American Railway Master The dining room of the Ocala House

y; *' :and Lawn Eton Suits the fitjis; perfect.and the styles are ner, is in reality casting goo-goof eyeson is charged Granniss with with forgery forgery and and perjury filing Mechanic' Association will begin its will and be known kept as open the through Ocala Tnuse the: summer Cafe. -

made ten- and national convention next week, but its
the governership will
The cafe be a la carte, but a sue'c
# : ,ng ht. Price $3.50 to $JO.OO.. strike in that direction last week by false statements.Mr. delegates and members will be hereon cial rate will be madr to regular

captivating those Florida editors who Friday and on that day and on boarders by the week. The usual and _
T. T. Munroe returned home k
: well known excellence of the Ocala
attended the meeting of the State Press Wednesday afternoon from Atlanta, Saturday they will formally meet and House dining room will be maintained
We Invite Your Inspection. association at Ocala, where the name where he'attended the .bankers' cqn- fraternize with the Master Car Builders and the public is assured of the best

of Frank Harris is an easy passportto elected one One of the interesting features there is for the table. For weekly

all that is "lovely and of good report.Palatka vention. lir. Munroe 'Was of the two conventions is the joint exhibition rates and further artlcuars, aU on
J2% of the vice-presidents of the Florida or write C. }I. Whltesides Manager. j
36 inches Linenfinirh waisting and suiting regular News. bankers' association. arranged under the auspicesof vg

.-. both organizations. The attendanceat .

tY} Quality JOc as long as it lasts. Hon. D. ,H. Baker, senator elect of fever are under the Master Car Builders convention A satisfied customer is the best advertisement
Three cases yellow and satisfaction Is not
district wasa Is usually large and nearly.reaches
senatorial ,
the twentieth quarantine In the Gulf of :Mexico only our aim but our guarantee. Try-

visitor there yesterday. He came up midway between Mobile and the 4,000. the White House shoe; spring styles

CHILDRENS HEAD WEAR. to see 'Who would be his colleague In about for men and women just arived. The
F the legislature, but as returns were mouth of the Mississippi river. Mr. Watterson Tucker has just Installed Fair. x

slow coming in he had to return fiome Uncle Henry Watterson says that no a new Emerison electric motorin z
office to the Llnq-
the Banner
." *",,k without obtaining this knowledge. He can be true to his calling as a
,Infants Caps and Bonnets. 1 says his orange grove as. ,well as all journalist and be ,a seeker 'after office. type.,Mr. Tucker Is a thorough and up-in
electrician and anything
the groves In Sumter, Is in fine shape.The to date Education by MtilIfa .
:Misses and Young Ladies West Hats., Captain is going to do his very Editor Jordan was ,defeated for the his line' done by him will be sure to
In fact he guarantees satisfac Jea..mIIomeOJ'ftapSoymeat topes ta div
.... .' best for Marion when ,he gets to the legislature in DeSoto county, He can please. : cation UtaizaaalyipuetiinistiuijiBf atom* y
mate.Yesterday. hands with Brother ,Bittinger. tion. He has also just installed. several Book-keeping, Aiithmetlc, Ateebr*.Geometry,
shake business houses in town 15 electric OtmrnB: *.Bhgtnrli!.iritmcM. ,Hfatory|VlB ft ,
'J'ift'MCkl7 Tuxfct Vy 1UIL Teaehan tided
i MASTERS was a big day In Ken- No one suffered seriously in ,Louis- fans, and has 6 more which be top '"""' !ftaHnu.101J'I.otllleeell. ,.S
; : drink. The received and :will install in afew frea Address L L BDIE8.l'alatk&J'la.a .
tucky. It eclipsed anything in the history ville Sunday for want of a has just

of the state. "lid 'was, on:.only nominally ; C. J. days.
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WATTERSON ON BRYAN. Is not a prejudiced statement It is CORNERSTON.E UNEARTHED.;
fully substantiated by the revelations .

There is good reason for the belief of the year gone by; the revelations: Saturday the laborers engaged rJ C

: .,,. FRANK HARRIS, Editor. that We 'before. the Incident to the Insurance inq'.1 rr, the tearing down<< the old courthouse

:: + revelations incident to the proceedings earthed the cornerstone, in which
,. P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. asseaablin g of the Na- c
11 o'n a I Democratic of congress the revelations _incident: found a number' of old coins, a. 6tt

: .'. r Convention of 1908, to the exposure of the corporations, of the Ocala Banner, and a halt

'- ,r William Jennings beginning with Standard O'l and end- of corn whiskey. The latter war : ''"

Bryan will'have been Ing with the Pennsylvania railroad. posited by the late W. J. -

1t nomination There is a moral awakening. There The Banner was at the time of
put by :
states enough 'in their are a popular revulsion" and 'uprising! deposit -edited by George W. f

separate and .several' There must be a thorough overhaulIng : at pr*' sfut editor of the 'Tlm s- ['

of the system a complete changeof while Tom W. Harris, later editor -.1.- t
cOannton'Co have the larger body
parties in government and no matter the Rural. Free Press and The Oca : *
only the business confirming an already
: how attractivethe president mayappear Capitol. was business manager and ', .i
agreed candidate the selecting In the character of a reformer, cal editor.'' 'his was the last issue
__ of his yoke-mate and the building of '
____ or how successfully' may shape the, the Banner before the big fire. j '
a platform. _
elements so as tC' force his r arty to consumed almost the entire 'tj I
- : In this there appears a certain instinct
accept .him or defeat in 1908 there is; portion of the city, :including) I
of the people which often baf- .,
.. : a prevalent belief-which may prove other residences, that of the editor 7f.
- fies the best laid plans of the most
: Motto The Banner,'_believing those Irristible-that Mr. Bryan h.s! served L the Banner at present who( sold ". :
far-seeing statesmen and astute politicians.
: at the top well able to take care of! his probation and earned his reward; paper only about three months !: :' 4

: themselves, has taken its stand in the) That which is ab ut' to happen to. that in his person stands an actual the fire and repurchased the good : ; .;!

barricades with the and visible victim of all that is wan- (which was all there was left of i
common people Mr. Bryan happened to Mr. Tilden.
. : ',and its fight will l be made for the bet* Rejected by the party leader in IS'O,, ton and criminal in our politics; that immediately after the fire.
with increasing years, and study and Among the news items contained l
: terment of those at the bottom.. when the issue of .the old ticket ?
; travel, has come increasing wisdom; the following: $i t
I would hav swept the countrtia
that. in short he can be trusted to Mr. H. H. Schwerin returned ti. 1

I FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1906. unanimous acceptance'came too late take the helm and steer us away from New York this week. .i !
In 1884. The sage of Greystonehad
: .- the breakers :>t gantf-ancl-graft politics Miss Maud Gary returned tl1r (
grown old and infirm ind could not I
Bryan still seems to be the "man. of having Its headquarters in the Thursday evening from Kentucky.
avail himself of the glory that at L tI
destiny." Republican Steering Committee of the Misses ,Marie and Hattie Bullock i
length was his. He lived however, .
senate and in the republican speaker, the little returned from
long enough to witness the triumph I '
; The/e ,seems to 'be no longer any and his rules committee of the house. Ga.. Wednesday.Ocala =! J
of the cause which "was dear to his I
; politics In Florida. Such is the meaning and portent of has .:the biggest brick (
heart in the person of a nominee :put
-- the Bryan boom and movement which. In the state. ( o' t
forward himself and his
by immediatefriends.
The Georgia peach crop is now on upon the "Return of 'the Native* will The Florida Southern has agreed 'i j t

; the move. ... at once receive an impetus and acceleration allow the council to grade and ,! f to
., Mr. Bryan is more fortunate'than Mr
----- -- 'great enough to allay all doubt Osceola street and they have obligated (
Don't Tilden. He carries disabilities. Hehas !
neglect to put In a good crop no
: of Its spontaneous and popular charac- to the same. !
::: ? of sweet potatoes. survived the crudities and hysteria pay t
of the ill-starred campaign of J896. ter.The Captain Agnew-received ten quarterInch Hi

It is .very consoling for Mr. Cusca- Though he went to a dwindling instead i Courier-Journal accepts the sit- plate glass windows for his -

den after of vote In organization uation 'heartily. It Is a democrat pure hotel this. week which were thai] $
to be told his defeat that a rising : 1900. he held his I t
and simple. It nurses neither sores into smithereens. Some railroad '
lie made and intact
a "splendid fight? following The t
nor scores. Nothing has ever entered be made to pay for them. &t4j
I end of the campaign of 1904 saw him
The Atlanta the head of it about Mr. Bryan whichit Thirteen cars of lumber and iron ) (
newspapers have made the one king pin erect and standing; !
the 'did not long ago kick out at the heel lumber down the1 .:.l (
;t mission of lying admirable. It has and since then it must be conceded passed on -

z :: gone beyond a fine art. that he has carried himself with a prudence and It proposes to labor earnestly and Southern Wednesday Ho! for Leesburg. 4 :

and aplomb( intimating to unceasingly to make his election an ., We will take Christmas ay.A

- : TIIImans'"pltchforle is not so fierce thoughtful observers the growing, accomplished fact, entertaining the. with you! and return the same day. ? c

looking as it once was. It is now described rather than the :waning man. while the very liveliest and largest. We have seen good, newsy papers; 1 ;- t

as a polished shield or mirror. The Nebraskan is at the height of his ha Iie.-Courler-J ourna 1. there are many such now in ?'!:, 1

r -- but for a model of what a ttf
powers. If, the party canot be united :
BOURKE COCKRAN ON JMMIGRA- newspaper should be, we commend :h,? i
'! on him upon'whom else? There Is aliving
,The Volusla 'Record t
County says that TION. : &M
Ocala Banner. Hamilton
hope the democratic
Governor Broward Is' "after a seat in among :' r

the United States. Our Caesar is am- rank-and-flle that we can carry thenext We want to compliment Hon. Bourke Times. -! :
Only twelve days more before !
: bitious. election and a latent fear that : !
,. the chance of doing so may be blighted Cockran for the great speech he delivered grand Banner excursion takes place.Plenty d.

Pause by possible factionalism, muddled by in the house of representativeson of time yet to 'renew your subscription f,- t
a moment in this gubernatir- Dof
ial talk long enough'to hear from the misleading influences, perhaps by corrupt June 2, when the bill "To establisha and join the army of : '
souls on this eventful occasion. .
and corrupting influences. These '
Buckman ooItilet.-The( Apalachlcola Bureau Immigration and Naturalization t
Times democrats refuse 'to take two bitesat Among the advertisements (
and to provide a uniform rule those of Scott & Reardon ai,
a cherry !(r. Bryan is as good now lawyers : t

: A church structure seating 5012 persons as he will be two( years hence. TheY' of naturalizationthroughout. the Finley & Finley, lawyers: ; Robinson _,

r was dedicated to( the Christian Intend to say so. They'do. not intend United States," was under considera Burnett & Company; E. B. Richardson *;, t

Scientists in Boston Sunday. It cost to wait What he will most need will be tion.Since livery; R. D. Fuller, dentist; W.H. "! ..

: 12,000,000. moral support. and this they mean toheap the formation( of, this govern Marean, Homeopathic physician} -. 1

I up in sufficient measure and in ment her shores have been an asylum Havis & Perry, contractors; .j I

adv As for the oppressed of all lands and under & Martin, real estate: Julius Israel .
'2 The New York Fruit and Produce nce. a consequence act state : .
News says that 'Florida pines are good. at least In the west and south, which this policy her achievements have jewelry etc.; J. A. Redman harnessmaker ?

They are indeed, better than those meets In convention for any purpose been greater than any other country ; H. P. Robinson & Bro.. bankers j Jour"'l' i

: from Bermuda. from now onward will follow the lead under the sun. ; W. C. Jeffords, dry goods; W.

ot. Missouri, Arkansas and Indiana Men coming to her shores pennilessand ,Brady. groceries;" F. P. Gadson drygoods -:}

f naming him unable to speak the language have I II J. McCarthy groceries -W 3
The douma wants 70,009 political as the standard-bearer for I ; ;
,. prisoners released but the Czar don't 190 risen to fame and distinction not InI I McGrath, liquors; Adolph Schlosser (

want to give so much: more So much for the more or less super one instance, but in hundreds of in- liquors; P., DeVine, tailor; L..J. Parr : .'

to his opponents all at one strengthfic. lal and party aspects (If the ca"e. stances. contractor;' A. A. Higgins real estate ; .

But) behind them, and below them! This.fact repeated so often In her Moss Buff; R. R. Snowden & Company : ; -;

The Tampa Tribune booms the Hon. there lie yet half-hidden forces immeasurable history, and in so many states and drugs E. McCall & Son furniture;; if "

Robert W. Davis for the governershlp and momentous. The people communities has been one of her chief A. R. Agnew, dry goods; Miller &l"0:

to succeed Governor Broward at the have lost the control of their Government and crowning glories Dunn, general merchandise; Rhein- U.I .

: close ot (he latter gentleman's term. and they begin to feel It, toe Well may this eloquent New Yoker, auer rust proof oats; Condon & Yolk |

se. it, to know it. The free silver emotion himself a contribution from the Emer- jewelers. ;

Rev Sam Jones has said a sensl for it was little use, was merelythe ald Isle, which has so enriched our institutions Edwin Spencer was mayor, while H. ]-
bla thing end we hasten to reproduce exclaim: t
manifestation of a distemper of W.. Chandler was city clerk. .
it. He says than Bryan will be nominated whose real nature andextent. in 1S96. "Sir, I appeal to every gentleman The old paper, while pretty badly -1

and what is more will be elect- present in the name of American 50 .
patriotism -
the country was not fuiy advised. dilapidated, is quite a relic of that date

ed. Something ailed it. It. cr' '. Christian !a
civilization to maintain that
in answer to its'cry, various doctors
Has not Florida the exclusive distinction .
policy .which has been such fountainof
of appeared; niany of them empiricists a L Nothing Doing.
one grand Jury indicting
to ourselves and such alight
most of them strangers, but all of them
another grand Jury? That -is what occurred of inspiration to the 'world A ge
urging a nostrum which. as everybody to freckled face girl stopped at the
in Gainesville last week. Jack-
ought now to realizewas not a remedyat leave wide open the doors, through postoffice and yelled out: |
sonville Metropolis. alL which all the industrious may freely "Anything for Ryan?'

: It.Ir.. Bryan had been elected in enter here, that hereafter,. as in the "No, there is not"
: to Port Napoleon Broward has gone 1896 and the free silv** cure-all could past vast masses of men. however dissimilar "Anything for Minnie Ryan?" [ ;
Huron.: Michigan. where he "
have been tried it would have broughtno in language, in tradition and I "Nothing. ,
wtil be present at the services attend- relief.. On the contrary It would in habits, may in our fields of. industry "Anything for Maurice Ryan
ant on the dedication of the Modern "
have resulted in overwhelming disappointment -and their children in our public "No.
ifaccabbees temple. :
and reaction. Just as the schools-continue to be fused into that "Anything for Gerald Ryan?" [ : .,

Hoke Smith and Clarke Howell will trend of mo-Jern( thoug'it had vet mighty citizenship which for a centuryhas ?No, not a bit. [
been the strongest inspiration to "Anything for Terry Ryan?"
lOOn have a Joint debate in Atlanta. against slavery the middle of the last :

It may be as the meeting of David and century had the same trend set againstthe progress, which' is today the supreme "No, nor for Pat Ryan, John Ryan "

Gollah. The bigger man may be slain. double standard at the close of; hope of civilization, and .whlch will nor Willam Ryan, nor Mary Ryan ,

; History is constantly playing these it Slavery had become imposisble and remain its firmest bulwark forever. nor for any Ryan-dead, living,

sort of pranks. it went its way. Free silver was equally -: (Loud applause.)" unborn native or foreign, from Dub- ; i

impossible, and it has gone its'ay.. Editor lin to New Zealand civilized or un- '{
Matthews, of the Bradford
civilezed. barbarian male
And the Florida Its dtssapearance makes savage or or
; editors 'A'ere taken democracy .
!; County Telegraph, who is also a female, white or black naturalized or 1
: t whole It
cp on a high mountain" and were again. brings democrats together banker
and representative from thatcounty
otherwise. No, there is positively noth-
hown the beauties of lake Toxaway once more precisely as a(ter
to the state legislature is an ing for of the"Ryans. either individually -
and the ot
the "Sapphire Country but" we war sections they came together announced I
for the
speaker- severally
jointly, now and
lo not believe that they will be.m1pteod" all factions and factional issues removed .
ship of the house. Matthews is a forever and inseparable." '"
-.. to leave Florida the bond of agreement yet vital one
pr-jtty good fellow, and outside of our: The girl looked at the jostmaster,in
and eternal the of the
; pact masses I
own John Watson we had as soon see mouthed astonishment and said
A Nebraska girl who swallowed. against the classes; the militia againstthe open ,
him have the honor
as anyone, but "Please look If there is any for David
JSSO diamond is to be regulars the
: operated on by ; government of the Watson belongs to us and has been Ryan."

surgeons to recover the diamond. Th* people, for the people,and by the people there before, you see. That's the only

surgeons will probably take the diamond seeking the greatest good to the difference with us.-Miami Metropo Walter Taylor's Pardon.

in payment for the operatin fee. greatest number against the organized I lis. 1

pow r of dishonest money-getting ,
As Watson has had his "turn at the
-. A Chicago man. after twenty-seven,L through favoritism and privilege the wheel" there will be a very general disposition Walter Taylor, who assaulted Gen-' : _

years of marrl life, has obtained a L government of the yndlcates, by the to give "the other fellow" a eral Lamar in the. latter's office :in

divorce in South Dakota It must hurt: syndicates: and for the iicati"3. Tallahassee and was sentenced to five :
syn chance and we" have faith that Matthews I
I Chicago pride to South In the .
see Dakota tak The latter we now surely know rules will win out He Is clean cut years penitentiary, was on L

11C'hicago's 1-ading indust.-v from in the two houses of congress at irreproachable in character, mild indisposition Monday granted a conditional pardon. :

_: her In that way.-Atlanta.Journal. Washington! if not in the White House, suave in manners and as: Charges of fraud against Taylor in L I

where a yet problematic character is the primary In which General Lamarwas I i_
While drainage and anti-drainage bright as a new silver dollar. He will
a candidate for congress
caused t l
playing queer politics and pursuing make an exceptionally fine presiding
been issues
some .sections the assault Taylor had
a and I
devious to what
ways finality no roan officer. t
of the state, the question has not Influenced several small children dependent .
can plainly see or say, but as demo- upon L
either for or against a single IBm for and
crats everywhere feel and believe Mr. Sistrunk Here. before he
: vote in Franklin county.-Apalachl was sent to the penitentiary over one t
boding no good to any real or lasting -
cola Times DUo in Marion. reSorm. Mr. C. L. Sistrunk. of Ocala, is in hundred ladies appealed dn person to : 1

The republican party is a mammoth the city on legal business. Mr. Sis- the pardoning board for mercy to the J

.. Apalachicola the nearest point o!I. trust It is the greatest of all the syn- trunk. -who made a Yna&nificent rec- man but the board turned a deaf ear 1 1

the Gulf Coast to the Panama canal dicates. It could not if it would.mend \.rd as-representative of Marlon coun- to their appeal. General Lamar was !

h 'and the canal to be completed within any of the abuses which have grownup ty in the last legislature, was defeatedin then appealed to to ask for mercy but ;

four years! Sound the bugle; under its ministration and which the recent primary in his race for he refused to do so. If ever there was I .

blow the horn: fight for a greater Apa appear in every: department of the the state attorneyship of the fifth judicial a case in which a pardon should have 'J.

: lachlcola night and morn.--Apalachicola political commercial ani economic circuit He_ is a young and able b-'en granted it_ was that of Walter' ;

Times.. arena It is responsible for the conversion young man, however and will yet rise Taylor.-Gainesville Sun. t
even Higher than the
position to whichhe
of the public highways to private -
I -. Ocala is another city which has been uses; for the diversion of the aspired.-Tampa Times. We think more of Bryan than we 1

fi greatly beneftttel by its City improvement taxes for purposes of revenue to ever did. and his nomination for the

i Society The ladies are purposes of ftmohment, for the consolidation The press clipping bureau has been presidency on the democratic ticket 1

4: succeeding in: banishing vagrant hogs. of all official powers to' a discontinued: at the White House to for 1908 win suit us all right He i, a

; and cattle from the streets in inter- few hands at Washington the concentration sparethe feelings of' Private "-Secretary bigger and broader man In every way ;

s lag others 'In Improving the looks of of all financial: power to a few Loeb about what the newspapers and the country will never again go : : :" .
t their premises and in I say about "the greatest man of"mod insane over his nomination. We
bettering the hands .ip. a few m<'ney- en ers; for I in-
4. sanitary conditions. The Banner says the elimination of the spirit and senses ;era tithss.There ." ded thik more of democracy and democrats 'I-

things are Beginning to move of accountability from the part than we ever did. We think i

:T hearty good will and "that city 'withS fabric; for the corruption of the very I of are presidential no volunteers for the position more of Bryan, more of Parker and L i

actually' have,' a feeling of fear and sources of the political fabric In the envoys since the I more -Cleveland.. If we can get together .
<< untimely fate of
-. :- trembling and are-wondering'what the tesisaltures antI the electorate from Mr. Chandler. In future we are going to see general L 1

'deal women- will want to do next"- one end Of the 4nd to the other. the president will have to draft; moving of things. If* we can get together i'.
one o( the kitchen !
ill, 1 Short'talks in Tlmes-Union.' I This-,Is _not ah: pver-statement }t dangerous job. cabinet' for. such, a everything else' will corns ourwat !

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& TWO BILLS.fxbneerns -
: Yesterday afternoon at the ..1egan' An article, "Prohibition Does Prohibit Statue of Liberty, at the en-;

, Drainage of Everglade home of Mr. and Mrs. G T. Maughs, ," appeared In yesterday's Banner trance of New York harbor,, holds aloft:
Florida'Ship Canal is the Second Miss Pallne Sullivan was the hostess over my signature. Some evidences in her outstretched hands' a Mghted

''.Enterprise-Both Bills of Very of one of the prettiest functions of the appear feat it is my article, although torch which, symbolizes the fact that .j4,

Great Importance. season. there are no evidences that the proofreader the United States "enlightens the
I.!' This delightful occasion was a linen saw It. The reply met with wor d."

,on.:Frank Clark, congressman from shower given in honor of Mis:! Allie more kind'y treatmentI Florida is doing something very

l1d district of Florida, has in- Van Juhan who will on the 14th of am made to say that "prohibition nearly akin, to It. She holds aloft a
te 'two very important bills in this month become the bride of Mr. does not prohibit else pie hit dog cornucopia In troth her hands with
e& Albert Davis, a cousin of Muss: Sulli would cease howling." I had no "not"in which she sweetens the world.
e of representatives. It. Read, for instance, the following
0-;provides for a survey for a ship bevy of beautiful maidens I: am made to say "the most regular from the New York Packer and while

..nalcross'"L" the state .of Florida from gowned in airy, dainty summer toilets, and systematic method of producing Florida Is not named. she is meant:.

-jflllantic ocean to the Gulf of Mex- were met at the steps by Miss Davis, crime and disregarding the public," "A few more days and we shall be in
who looked winsome in a pink mull when I said degrading the public.I the midst of watermelons, peaches and
:"t&dts: as follows; elaborately trimmed in lace medallions am made to say of the saloon system cantaloupes, really a trio of as fine HmtiTCirtMtBiCiMtlI '1'.I! It.Wtlrlllf"
. bill provide for a survey for.fjjjjp5
A: and were Invited to the bower of tropical that its claim connects the hilarious delicacies as can-be found in'the great
the state of Flor-
canal across
fr plants on the veranda, where delicious bar with continuous crime, etc., storehouse of nature's sweets.
the Atlantic ocean to the I (
!jom punch was served by Misses Sara when I wrote chain, and not claim. Watermelons The very word bringsup SCftLtb| )
'ot and making appropria-
.. Davis and Mary Juhan. sisters of the The reply is a repetition of the same visions of the luscious red meat
. ,therefor,. bride dud groom-to-be. line of thought that appeared in Sun- surcharged. :with a nectar fit to offerye #
3d', It enacted by the senate and These little ladies looked like fairiesin day's Banner. gods of old. r1j7

l ioS ?>f representatives of the United white and pink. The only difference is that. the unpardonable "Peaches! That queen of the fruit
"'tes'of*America in congress assem- Miss Sullivan costumed in white : sin of violating prohibitorylaw realm iWhose luscious flavor and nutritious -
,,1! d:':'That.the secretary of war is organdy with a wreath of pink roses Is transferred fro Daytona to meat blend 'With the delicate ,4 I
; authorized and to E1'Q' d 'I AV J '
hrl7 directed.to in her beautiful dark hair; Miss De- Tallahassee! Miss Bell Is quoted as color of the fruit and make a combination (1tW\
i: !t to be made at as early a day Cottes, who looked bewitching in a having observed that the law Is violated that wins favor with pauper and 151q43

3 possible'a survey across the state of pink mull trimmed in val lace and and parties were arrested in the prince alike."Cantaloupe.
Torkia. from the Atlantic ocean to the Miss Juhan, the cynosure of all eyes, "dry" county of Leon! Now that Is Dainty little gems ;

jflVf; of Mexico, from and to such in an exquisite gown of olive blue shocking is it not? To think that any of concentrated sweetness. Who can do tIfoi"... I

, 1 tht3.on either coast as he may deem chiffon,with hat 'to match..received the one should violate a single law in Leon justice in describing. effect of eat & ,
('desirable,. determine the pracicaiioty guests 'in the halt county is almost unthinkable! What a ing a fine, full-ripe cantaloupe? These f :
feasibility and cost of cut- The entire house was artistically pity that Leon went "dry" for up to gem melons are ambrosia indeed. _

!iafct establishing. and maintaining decorated with palms, ferns and cut that time there was never any vIola- Their odor is like the essence of roses '.,
ou said state of Florida: a ship flowers, th color scheme Now that would tickle Is
&o. being pink tions of the law whatever and their dainty meat U3fb f8MT :)
_ of>:the "same width' and depth .of and white. prohibition has caused that county's ;!the palate and lighten the heart.ol the ra

!i8"tanal' now being constructed across After a guessing contest taking from :tie enforcement cf law; or else hut sour dyspeptic and the sated: gour- ; \ "% U ?? I

he Isthmus of Panama."S& the Immortal bard.- Shakespeare, the no law 'at all! Here is the county for mond alike. \k:.r:.. .t_ Gi1 "
- '.!.' That- when such survey guests were Invited into the library.As the ,immaculate observers of law. "Bring on the trio of sweets. They tictis- IDITOR1RI.
>!&n have been completed, the secre- the stirring strains of Mendels But really, Miss Bell is to be thank- cannot come too soon or last too long. .$o1'c.OP.t- -

. .i.fr'of'war' shall make due report sohn's wedding march played by Miss ed for stating one fact namely, thateight The heat of summer loses part of its _

.hereof to the congress' with full and Minnie Stovall wafted into the room, out of ten violators were con- dreaded effect because of the rare CLAUDE L'ENGLE A. K. TAYLOR
letalled statement as to the cost of Miss Sullivan escorted Miss Juhan to victed. That's real good. The only fruits of.the. season. There are other Editor Cartsonltt
;instructing: and maintaining such ca3a [ the center of the archway from which trouble Is that according to the Banner fruits that deserve words of praise, -
; together :with his opinion as was suspended a pink and white bell. there should be any violations at i but the trio above mentioned Is In the AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY WITH A Will CF ITS OWN
:ts":desirability tor the needs of commerce i Miss Davis pulled the ribbons and a all! Perfection! Absolute perfection! .public mind now and will soon have
and the practicability of its construction shower of rice and linen ,fell upon If only eight out of ten cases of felonyIn the right of way in the markets of the Brimful of Good Things-Bristling With Catchy CartoonsMa

maintenance. the blushing bride-to-be. Marion should be convicted (If indeed country
r$ec. 'S. That the sum of fifty in you want to know what's so? Perhaps you would
; The poemsCcompanyimr the. gifts there could be _such a thing But Florida's contribution does not
Aousand' dollars, or so much thereof were all so full of tender sentiment and our county! ) it would prove the utter stop here. There Is the pineapple, the like to see things as they are? Perchance the truth

oTraay .be.necessary, out of any mon- good wishes it was impossible to decide futility of having a law against steal- orange, the mango and a basketful .of well told and cleverly p ctur..tl. appeals to you? Peradventure -

eystia' .thetreasury' of. the United States i which was entitled to the prize. ing! But, you see, our law against other fruits to be added to her bless- you have Luigcd for a paper that will print

1 otherwise appropriated is hereby : All the young ladles present cut, and stealing, and therefore -we must holdup ings. everything that. should be printed? .
apjiropriatjd to carry Into effect the Miss Hatohett was the fortune one. receiving our standard of absolute perfec- .. 1-

provisions of, this act" a dianty hand-made handker- tion, and if "prohibition" knocks at ANDREW JOHNSON. 1IHIA1'51rIHIIE SUN >
|The .other provides. for the use of chief as a souvenir.In our county door it must give the pass- -
teree,-- million. dollars of the money that the dining. room a large bowl of word-"absolute and effectual prohibition Hon. Walter P. Brw' low, of Ten A Paper Without a Censor. A Paper Without a

would otherwise become a.part of the carnations graced the center of the table of every drop with not a viola- nessee, has just made a great speech
reclamationfund, for the drainage of absolute fail Boss. A Paper Without a Financier.
permeating the atmo"p" ere with tion"-or .we will dub it in the congress of the United Stateson
certain lands, in this state* This very their fragrauce. The happy faces and ure! -
important bill reads as follows: gentle voices blended In sweet harmony Now we .did not intend to provoke the "Acceptance of the Burial THAT'S THE SUNIt

f A: bill providing for the, use .of while the thiee.n 1l1oD dollars of the money thatwwld heart cakes, pink and white cream and our great sorrow that there tional Cemetery," and In which he is Sanitary Clean and Wholesome. It is Tropical Bright and
otherwise become a part of the mints were served by Miss' Jean Austin should be such a thing as a violationof pays a glowing and fervid tribute, to

-reclamatIon.. fund for. the drainage of Elizabeth News me, Ellen Clark- law anywhere, since the least infraction this wonderful man. Fascinating. It is Virile, Live and Enterprising.B1ER0IETTFUESUN.
ogtaty lands in the state of Florida, son, Minnie Stovall and Sara Davis.A renders a law nugatory! Few men in the United States enjoya
fid for other purposes. basket of asparagus ferns hung With great sorrow I remain as ever, more conspicuous niche in the annalsof
'It-enacted iby the senate and from the .chandelier over the table L. W. MOORE. the nation than Andrew Johnson,

representatives 'of the which held the fate of the happy, anxious Reply. or who rose to distinction under more
ted .States of America in congress young ladles. The -soft notes of adverse surroundings.He Most of your neighbors do. Get their opinion on it.

i mble That three million dollars Hearts and Flowers echoed throughthe We do not live in a "dry" county was unable to read or ;write at Then write right away to -

e" money .hereafter arising from hall, while the basket swung to and are forced to get our information Id, and had a widowed mother and '
. ., Hle: of public lands, and -which.tjster and fro in perfect unison with the : second hand; but if what the DeLand several brothers and sisters dependent THE SUN, Jacksonville, Florida. :

the act of June 17, 1902, would { heart beats of the young ladies.At Weekly; News, Miss Jefferson Bell, the upon his efforts for support; yet with Inclose as the notion strikes you-say ..
otherwise become a part of the recla- a given signal each guest caughta grand juries of these various countiessay almost superhuman determination, he '
:ofttloa fund may be used for the pur- ribbon that was attached to the bas- be true, and the jugs that are sent m :stered' the language and rose step $2.00 for One Year, $1.00 for six menths,

:pase; of constructing: a suitable and ket and pulled. Miss Sullivan was the into them daily, tell a true story, then by step from alderman and mayor of 50 cants for three months. .

,comprehensive.". system' of drainage of lucky one, receiving the double heart. we cannot understand how anyone can his little home town until he became
United States. And we'll see to it that you'll never regret it. We'll give
: lands known as 'the evergIa4es'theztate :Miss Mamie Taylor captured the say that "prohibition prohibits. president of ,the
'" : Is something almost you the biggest run for your money that money ever baa.
His achievement
of -Florida, under the sur thimble and Miss DeCottes the penny. If the scenes described in the De-
of the secretary of agri ul- Mi' s Sullivan's guests were: Misses I' Land Weekly News were to occur in surpassing belief. There is nothing approaching Oh I yes, we'll send sample copies.

& That all the expense Eloise Miller, Louise Scott, Edna Do- Ocala Mr. Moore would be shocked. it in our country's annals.
: construction including sal- zier, Fanny Rogers. Leafy Sylvester, Indeed, and it would take at least a Well may his eulogist. pointing to : J
:4'and. maintenance of Bonner for him to the marble shaft .which marks his -
: warp Beatrice Sinclair, Florae Condon, Annie page of the Oca.la -
'f period.y no$ exceeding tan years, Mae Clark. Grace Hatchell Annie fully express his indignation. burial place, say;
Ijbe assessed against the lands Edith Platt -- The designs and inscriptions on that
; Davis, Mattie Williams,
. Deposed to.be drained in proportion Alice Bullock Mary Jnhin. Ethel Robinson NEW PRESS FOR TAMPA HERALD.. chaste marble-the eagle, the flag, the SEA BOA ED

:: benefits,.,. eald. assessments t()' be I Mamie Taylor, ,Miss Hatchett.of scroll and the simple line, "His faithin
fl&. and); the money: to be paid in' Palm Beach and Miss DeCottes of That Enterprising Paper to 'Be Well the people never wavered"-typify \

.1tI to exceed ten annual installments, Jacksonville. Equipped-Has Its Own Build. the character it commemorates. 'Hereon Air Line Hallway) -
. "!let *ucn_ laws and regulations duly this romantic spot chosen by 'himself I
-ted iy the legislature of the ing._ that shaft will stand, attracting !Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines, Richmond. Washington Bal
Light-Mathews. 12.-\. new buildIng -
Fla., June
;.8Wt of Florida as fn the Judgment Tampa the gaze of those who pass on that tlmore Philadelphia New York. :
.o-t tte.'president of the -United States Messrs. Light and Mathews, candi- to be used exclusively by the Tampa great highway yonder leading to the

'.::: H .il be'adequate': to insure the repay- dates for legislative honors in the second Daily Herald has :been completedon north and to the south and to the .:

i'!.Jit,...Itthe, r Unit d States'of all money next Tuesday), entertained Cass Street in the center of Tam east and to the west. It will become a Jacksonville and Tampa .
primary ..
Goss ;perfecting
i A handsome new shrine to which generations
ind nde /the terms of this.act; pa. pilgrim
,,FIded.fwther. That all moneya de- a large crowd in a joint debate press capable of printing an eight yet unborn shall journey to'pay homage -ONLY LINE- ..,.
;W4 flOrnucb assessments shall he from the piazza of the Ocala House twelve or sixteen ;page paper arriveda 1' to the memory of one whose name Operating Daily Through Sleeper from Jacksonville ta New Orleans -

i)ifd. into 'tJ16treasury of the United last night few days ago and'is now being in will grow more lustrious as time shall /or full Information and sleeper reservations, call oa any Seaboard :':,
! ta t : stalled. Other expensive machinery, And these majestic mountains, .
> the said lapse.
y- state of Florida Mr. C. L. Bittlnger editor of the agent or write to .
so paid shall be covered Including a large shipment of new type which will not survive his fame, lookIng s '
Ocala: Star, acted as master of cere- W. W. CONDON,
fund to be used has also arrived. The Herald: Is owned down shall sentinel the ..sepulchreof
ll.Whea i provisions of said act of monies and introduced, the speakers.Mr. by a stock company, which is com this statesman, patriot and friendof JOHN DOZIER. Agent City Ticket: Agent. ;. V
{: J50JtAnd provided further : Light spoke first, and told in a posed of the leading business men of the people-the defender of the constitution FLORIDA. ; j \
ISny money paid in by said state most unique and original way what he the city. Chas. S. Emerson an experienced and the Union. ; C. BOYLSTON, JR. A O. MACDONELL, ",':

,,' BTlorida. 11xcess of the total would attempt to do if elected a member newspaper man. is at the helm -- Passenger Agaat Assistant Gen. Passenger Agent. '
t Paid' of the legislature as outlined in of the resurrected paper, and from a The .Ocala Banner ,grows' enthusiastic JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. .. -
...? flut'by the United States r
'o a:1said.: 'Works are complete his campaign literature, entitled !glance at Its advertising columns It is over the number of fine horses in
ei1Thig' the i"Light's Campaign Thunder." evident that the paper is reciving its that city. Miami, too, can; boast of 1.
maintenance of thks
[ Mr. Mathews followed in a plain and good share of the business. The Herald some fine horses, but better still. she :
,. ,. iL5ll .be' returned to the said E. C. Smith. C V. Roberts
i ", conservative address.- He said that .he will be printed from its new home boasts of having more good roads than '
; n had already served one term and knew about the first of July, and then the any other county in the state over SMITH & ROBERTS. I -
.<:: QXFORD'NEws_ NOTES. how difficult Is the job for one man public can look for a greatly: en larged which these fine horses can be driven.A .
-' ., to cintrol ninety-nine others and would and improved paper. good horse without good roads is and

;June 11.-Miss Mary F. Mc- make no rash promises but said if like a ship without a sailpracticallygood Funeral Directors Licensed Embalnjers) .

:1rt: elected that 'he would do the very best Mrs. Schreiber's Card Party for Mrs. for nothing.-Miami Metropolis. LATEST METHODS. BEST GOODS. WORK GUARANTEED. :
: Sunday for Louisville, Ky.,
it & he could. Warlow. If the editor of the Metropolis had Telegraph orders receive prompt attention and embalming done anywber* -
1 he home coming of the Ken- He told several anecdote* on his visited Ocala during the press association short notice.ATLANTIC. SOGALA
; & -,After the, closa of those ex- friend Light and his 5Peech. judging Mrs. Frederick T. Schreiber entertained we would have shown him our _

:J will to to GlasgoW Ky.. from the applause it provoked. was charmingly at whist yesterday good roads, fine horses and fine cows.

i ifit her 4unt. Jlrs. John C. Jenkins, well received.In afternoon at her lovely home on Ock- One is the concomitant of. the other. FURNITURE COMP NY" ; i
eraf weeks.JWateeio reply, Mr. Light said, though re- lawaha avenue in honor of Mrs. T. Get fine roads and fine horses, automobiles -
will fol-
it was and other good things
piiblican-populist-democrat Pictor Warlow of Orlando, who isMrs.
n and
cantaloupe buyers
:"j tn-pienttful in Oxford for the said he was, he would get all the votes Schreiber's guest for a few days. low. : '. .' ,.
__rfe, days in his section. which would prove that There .were five tables of whist and .
and ,
have purchased Ham. Dobbin= with hjs automobile
1.- ,' riloads, Paying from $150 to his neighbors and friends at least regarded the popular game was played for aboutan was in town Friday. He said he made :
"him as an honest man. hour and a half. At the conclusionof COAST LINE
for -watermelons. Mr Nu- ,- the trip from Altoona to Eustis in 30 -I
delicious ice coarse was
the Ocala the game.
cantaloupe man, has minutes. This was god running
: A Tampa' Nuisance. served by the !hostess assisted by her LINE FROM FLORIDA. .
;SeveraI refrigerator cars ofw said the machine had been taken THROUGH CAR .
o OUp- t during the last few days, little daughter, Dorothy, and little Miss I apart and put in good order '-- *-. -- -oU -CONNECTIONS- :. I
...- !U1 continue buying this week. An ordinance was passed last night WarVow. and everything run like a. top. He alsc3 -
..JJJ ,:ieea the airship lines. won by Miss Stotesbury, and the Richmond and thence Peon -
relected for another year. officer authority over machines are slowly coming > Washington, na :
,,,,,o e..f tWO addltiQnal teachers will There have been many complaints in "booby," beautiful little souvenir down in price and will be within the All Rail ) sylvania Ry. ::,:

to the present .faculty, as the last year of airship passengers expectorating spoon, wasr awarded to Miss Louise reach of the average man of business -.
we!e ded.. From the present out- out the windows and every Gamsby.Mrs. then when we get our '
_, jI attendance will reach 200 the effort to influence the president of the Warlow, -who is a fine musician before good roads and our autos, -what a state To theWest ) (\ ia Montgomery) and Louisville & NashviU :
with devices {delighted theguests with two beautiful and Dixie Flyer route via Atlanta. i
..1IgBess on.. A music department i line to equip the car 'windows old Florida will be for everybodY-
.,_:-be tnta1ned, and a first-class that would prevent passengers selections. Eustic Lake Region. ) :;
:rt"tU tare charge of .this de- from sprinkling the city has fa.iled.The Mrs Schreiber's guests were: Mrs. :iI
".. irlncipal McBeath is in cor- council has been appealed to a number Wariow Mrs. B. A. Weathers, Mrs. F. The Ocala Banner and Star showed To the :East ne With several Instructors. of times, but failed to take any A. Teague. Mrs. Townley Porter. :\It3D. up-to-date journalism .In their. handling I Phila. and Boston. Via Norfolk 8. 8. to New '

)1QJJe4to secure one of these be- I action to .stop the nuisance. However, W. Davis Mrs. W. S. Bullock ,Mrs. I Of the report .of 'the proceedingsof Via York, Wash'ton. and B'ltmore. Via Savh. and : .

: pening of schooL it settled the question last night when !I C. Rheinauer Mrs. Dlttmer, Mrs. Wm. the Press association In that'cty I Merchants and Miners Trans. Co. For Baltimore

TccBatJi: and family leave ,In a the mayor reported that yesterdaynoon. AnderSOn Mrs. E., W, Gregg, Mrs. last. week-publishing' In full not only Steamship J and Philadelphia. .

,". 'for:Gainesville, ;where he will as the Havana-New York. Air Frank Harris, Miss Stotesbury. Miss the procedings from day to day, but : : -

"the: iialversltr normal, after Line limited was passed over the city Minnie Gamsby, Miss Louise Gamsby. all the papers read at each session.Gainesville -*- Key West J Via Peninsular & Occidental :.
_:;they, will ,spend some weeks atrIngs the chef dumped a bucket of potato Miss Wartmann. Mrs. 'E. T. Helven- SunMaster 1 Steamship Company..
water on and Mrs. Handley.Mrs. l\ .
coffee grounds and ston
".! : ". visiting relatives skins, little Havana S -
his. .
and >
1850. Carn
Tampa Tribune, June 16, ): Roy
: k-; him.- ....-.. Sue Richardson is srenlinrf a brother, sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
her daughter, Miss airfield with her brother Island Quickest schedules, Superior Service.- For Information as' to rates.
has passedthe at from'
United States Senate few days home Saturday .
iCafn came
'oi. Candler have spent etc. consult the Purple Folder communicate with J. G. Kirk.
fish cultural Mr. J. "VV. Brown. who. has just visiting schedules,' or
a had
!' bill establishing Grove where they been
Jteft of '
n ca a* the guests C liforrta. D. P. A Tampa W. J.. Craig '"? Traffic Manager 'T..
the St.. Johns river. fOme- home from for a short-while. land. : deger ,
A :AYfl'and, Miss Edna Ayr.i station on relatIves; : ,'" .
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}JffiMOVED In Ten Days. State Geologist Says It Is Good and Big Convention Now in Session At Augusta Biggest Event in the History Of the Miami Man Assessed Five Cents pet

If one could reach an elevated posi- Should Be Used in All Improve- -All Larger Cities Have : State-Half Million Former Resi- Acre for Drainage Purposes Land-

Nadmola tion in the everglades and had the advantage : ments on Capitol Being Made, Sent Representatives-Dele dents of the Blue Grass State Proposed to be Drained is

of the wonderfully clear atmosphere or Anticipated, at Mont- gates Welcomed to the Visit Louisville Grand' Re- Vforthelsss-Absurd Yet

The Complexion City By Its Popular ceptions. Rediculous Situation.

%, Beautifier u CD- that pervades the valley of gomery.
Mayor. Special to the Ocala Banner -

cloned fcy ttowandj the great Salt lake,,the view spread out A special to the :Montgomery Jour- -. Jacksonville June 13 1S8C,
'- of andt1narsatecdtorcmove Louisville, Ky June 13.-Home .'
gratdulladiea, Special to the Ocala Banner:
for one hundred miles- to the south nal says that Dr. Eugene A. Smith In a recent communication Wa.1te

) aU facial ducoloratloiu would differ from: any other to be seen state geologist Has made a plea for Augusta, Ga., June 13.-The MunI- Coming Week the greatest state event S. Graham, a well known citizen ,r

of of ever known ,in Kentucky, began today :Miami gives some exceedingly
cipal League Augusta composed hltq
face of the globe. A thousand
and restore tieJxaury on the the use of Alabama marble in the im-
and the to nave doubled its esting personal experiences he
city seems cain
m of youth. Tie square miles of tall, waving sawgrass provement of the capitol. Writing to the mayor and other prominent officials hat

r ._--t cash in twenty: day We. and $1.00 covering the face of the earth, wouldbe the secretary of the capitol commission of the various cities of the state, population. A generous share of the connection< with the drainage
staUngthat he was assessed five
-, td aU leading drug stores, or by maiL' he urges that the merits of the opened its two days' session 'here to- six hundred thousand native Kentuckians cent.. .
the exact
seen taking almost shapeof acre on one acres
7i* J b 1UTWXAL! TOILET: <0.. Pirt. Tau.TAMPA'S home product be fully investigated be- scattered all over the fnited

an artist's palette. Toward the fore any contract is made for the workin day. The league assembled at the States and the rest of the ,,world have Mated the mouth of New River, w

BIG EXPOSITION. southern end would be seen systems of which marble will be used. He says: IlUerWalker Hall at ten o'clock this come here to accept the famous hospitality the drainage board intended to begG

.morning and the delegates were wel- of Louisville and to In its operations. The land was prate
i write to to insist
w little inland lakes. d with miniature you upon < .
r' Alabama marble being used in all the :comed by the Hon. R. Yamar Mayor making Home Coming Wek a grand cally worthless. to begin with, becaa%
Bill in Congress Favorably Reported .rivers, each iakeiei system looking for during the period of high tides _
interior decorative work. If do not t C. J. Shelventon of Austell will respond success. Former Kentuckians, who left It is- ....
by the Committee-Southern" Senators all :the world like a many-armed cut- you I President largely submerged. The
Richad E. Alien and proposed'drainage
their home state many years ago
that the marble to
All In Favor of Big Pan- everywhere :with believe we have
tlefish. Intermingling in the for such I of Augusta will then deliver his annual had never come back on a visit could operations Instead of benes
a ma Exposition at Queen of these lakes thousands of islands wouldbe equal any country pur- it would result in increasi .
address and submit his
take to report, not resist the cordial appealof the : ,
just a trip Sylacaugaand
the Gulf. seen far beyond the sawgrass sea. see for yourself and if you are in I for the past year.. He wil then"be followed Commercial club, under whose auspices the depth of the water upon it And
of these during the flood or
Many the other officers of the it Is Mr. Graham states that large acres
: Social to the Ocala,.I3anner: under water. Noneof Birmingham look at the wainscoting by organization the great reunion is Held and
rainy season are and by several prominent) safe to say that Kentucky never held land thus taxed exists in Uhn1
old hoteLIf
the Florence
Washington June 13.-Awaiting of- them contain mor ethan three acres being put upon
condition all along the Atlantic
) ometaoishrdl od in ashdrelatointspeakers e
with nar as many Kentuckians as at presentIt
the capitol is decorated Georgia -.
octal action In both the house and the of solid ground. The further south one marble or Tennessee marble or who will discuss various was ,a piece of good fortune for The absurdity of such a situai
the senate' is bill authorizing! President travels the greater the height and size other kind of marble than the Alabama important phases of municipal govent- Louisville at the new armory building would be amusing if It was not sad

Issue of the trees become, :until in and about ment Each paper' will be followed bya which Is the second in size In the serious a matter to the individual tart
to proclamation of
;: Roosevelt :; a the headquarters of Shark's river they marble it will ,be the greatest pity -
; -
.to the governors of the various states the times." general discussion.In United States was completed in time payer.
forests that
Into the great extend -
> Inviting the world_ to participate in an expand into 'the ehore lines of the gulf After going into the matter of the the afternoon there will be a review for the Home Coming Week as no oth-

exposition In Tampa, which will Atlantic. ability of the state to provide the of the fire department at the con er building in the city would have been

mark the commencement of' wok on and 'Wonderful needed marble and in such shape as it clusion -of which the visitors will take adequate for the purpose of offering

the Panama ;canaL_ The bill haS ,been world The of glades semi-tropical present plant a life. The will be acceptable, Dr.' Smith concludes trolly rides to various points of interest sufficient room for headquarters for I t t I

acted upon by the committees,and it is tree is of its chief : "The establishment Sylacua-. in and near the city. In the the various counties the state.It slti j
India rubber one
now "up to" the national lawmakers!! and its thrift and abundanceare ga could no doubt furnish all that was evening they will be the guests at a was to the armory building that I l
products, ;
it in law. The southern banquet given by the commercial club. every arriving Kentuckiafi was escorted -
to enact a of rich possibilities fora needed and in time for it to be uesd.. A4 t + dtl
members of congress are practically a future industry in this, direction. They certainly would make strenuous Tomorrow morning the members by special committees, which awaited + Q RiaROMf' :

unit in favor, of it the rubber supply of efforts to get the advertisement which will meet at the Albion Hotel to starton the arrival of every train enteringthe td tp

As a' matter of fact the Tampa ex- Year South by America year is becoming more ex- such use would bring them. I do not a trip to the locks, where lunch- city. The arrangements were per- i tttt tn

position in high' favor with the pensive 'and scarce and a new sourceof think any other marble will be used in eon will be served and a short business fect and everything :worked like clock- ttASANaOtOt O- !!t

southern members ,because it will offer supply mustsoon be sought for. "A Alabama if once it is shown what our session held. Several important work. Thousands of the visitors had 1111 Cy, ATLAHIA t!t

an occasion to prove to the south : marble really is." I papers are on the program.An arrived in the city during the tact two ht11I t -
word to the wise is sufficient" :Manyof 0- Rii Iii
the necessity for entering on a systematic wild or three days but every incoming train Milf
trees twentyto
these rubber are -
development of the rivers of UNCLAIMED LETTERS. Alarming Situation brought an additional contingent of littll I s 1 ,
fifty feet in height .with trunks frequently results from a neglect of pttl t I t t l I s t tll A

that section. The national rivers and often of over two feet in diameter. clogged bowels and torpid liver until sons and daughters of the Blue Grass ) (Jilt I t I I t 1 ll t

Randall of Louisiana' is chairman They, their grow limbs taking root in the 1. Box 134. condition is unknown to those who use The forenoon was mainly devotedto hli't; i i i t t clip

strongly advocates that this 2. Burney, Henry Dr. King's New Life Pills; the best to the reception and registration of the
water or ground. Whefi tapped they and gentlest regulators of stomash and
work should be undertaken at once so 3. Camly, D. C. bowels. Guaranteed by Tydings & incoming Kentuckians. By coon when
yield a white fluid in large quantities,
that the navlbagle rivers of the country which slowly thickens and turns dark. 4. Cannon, E. D. Co., druggists. Price 25 cts- m the opening meeting at the armory was .ED

will be capable of utilization when 5. Henderson, John. called to order by the president of the
Cabbage palms and cypress trees are LOW ROUNTD TRIP
the greatly increased commerce begins 6. Howell T. E. Commercial club the enormous drill
everywhere. Buttonwood and bay and EXCURSION RATES VIA
to flow through the big ditch at 1. Harley, Sam. hall occupying the center of the mag:
numerous other trees grow on the islands ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Panama. The activities now evidentin 8. Hollan Rufus. nificent structure was filled to suffo
of the wealth of
to say nothing
e waterway's construction of-develop- 9. Jasper, P. cation. Henry Watterson, the veteran
vines and shrub undergrowth.The ATHENS, GA1245. Tickets en sale
hundred : 10. Jerman Willie editor of the Courier-Journal was
ment should be multiplied a ,
most, dense growth lies between June 23, 24, 25, 26. 30 July 2, 9.
and to 11. Hinsler, Louis. greeted with deafening cheers, when he .
fold, the,congress believes accomplish -
Lake Okeechobee and the sawgrass. and 16. Limit 15 days from date .
that and It Is hoped that the 12. Lewis, Ned. arose to deliver the principal addressof
Here 'we find a great belt of trees of of sale. Extension of limit to
13. Lewis Eward. welcome. His speech sounded the
Tampa exposition will result in giving .
every variety to be found In the entire Sept 30 may be had.
a great Impetus to the work. The intention 14. Mann Merton M. patriotic keynote of the sentiments
region so thickly interlaced with vinesof ASHEVILLE, N. C1770. Ticketson
to 15. Massey, Edd. which prompted the Commercial club RED ROCKandsayiPLAIN
of the organization s m- all sorts especially gourds as to be sale June 7. 8, 9,' 14. 15 and
press upon the people of the practically a solid almost impenetrable 16. Limit to 27. i
17. Roman E. C. M. D. all former Kentuckians. It ,
t strongly the needs for such development was a remarkably -
-wall. As one follows the small ASHEVILLE, N. C1770. Ticketson

', that they will bring pressure tc streams that feed the lake, which by 18. Robinson C. H. & Co. sale June 26,.27 and 28. Limitto eloquent address stirringand for imitations are

!>ear upon the national congress and 19. Rogers Homer. grateful to the ears and the heartof .
the way covers an area,of 1,000 square July 10.
liberal 20. Vick, James Cecil. every true son insist upon a more appripriation in
miles the roots of vines and trees KNOXVILLE, Ten*.-$1825. Ticketson Ie

for this important wor.'a..t gradually join below.\and the branchesof 21. Williams. John. sale June 17 18, 19 23. 24, state. Ij
1. Washington Dexter from B. L. O. Former Governor David R. Francis II
the trees interweave overhead until. 30 July 7, 14 and 15. Limit 15 ,
National of Credit Men. Females. of Missouri, delivered the principal
Gathering a curious corridor is formed; which days from date of sale. Exten- re- I
_, 1. Bostick, Mrs. W. O. sponse. Other addresses were deliveredby
often terminates in a veritable cul-de- sion of limit to Sept 30 may be
:Special to the Ocala Banner: 2. Crother Evelyn. former senator Lindsay, ormer Gov- Sold at all in
sa'C. The majority of these vines look had by depositing ticket and groceries
3. Doby, :Melvina. ernor Thomas T.Crtttendon of Missouri
Baltimore, Md.. June 13.-Nearly
as if they had been polished by a lap- i paying fee. bottles and
eight hundred delegates are in attendance idary. 5. Day, :Mebana. NASHVILLE, Tenn.-$19.30. Ticketson antI former Vice Presi lent Adlal E. on draughtat
convention of the 5. Drake Mrs. Jennie. Stevenson, of irinoR all founts.
at the annual
To the south of Lake Okeechobee the sale June 10. 11, ?2,18,19, 20
Men's Association 6. Dermey Little. -
National Credit water jungle .is succeded by a swamp and July 6. 6 and 7.-Limited 15
; Flth 7. English, Nes Lena. Fete Days.
which opened at the Regiment Armory !
4 of custard apples then comes another days from date of sale. Extension ?r'aj 3pubJ
8. Edwardson :Mrs. Lula. f -
today. Many of the delegates are Tomorrow will be "Foster
swamp of the warm pea and scrub willow of limit mar be had. Day" in

= accompanied> by ladies and' there'wepefully then a swamp of marsh grass. 9. Finley Millie. TUSCALOOSA, Aa.-$15.S5.! Ticketson honor of Stephen Collins Foster the 4utl'Auri 1Ii.'i',!'! ;
and 10. Gass Mrs. Henrietta.
twelve hundred delegates which forms-the link with sale June 12 13 16 18 23
connecting 25, author of the immortal song "My Old
11. Garner Emma.
ladies present at the reception which the great domain of sawgrass. These July 2, 7 and 9. Limit 15 days Kentucy Home" In honor ,of the daya
took place at the Lyric this afternoon. 12. Gonickey Lizzie BelL
-rasses'greatJy'Tesemble each other from date of sale. Extension of limit chorus of several thousand voices, .
13. Noel. Mrs. Sallie.
4 Governor Warfield, Mayor Timanus but each keeps to its own territory. may be had.WASHINGTON accompanied by several brass bands,
14. Lillie. Carrie.
and.oUter. ttatesan4 city ,officials welr: The,sawgrass: is here exceptionally tall, D. C.-$25.95. Ticketson will sing :My Old Kentucky Home."
'the delegates. The 15. Stirks Lizzie.
corned visiting often reaching a, height of 15. feet sale June 29, July 2 and 3. In the afternoon Ute statue of Foster,
of"the NatIon Credit Men's 16. Thomas Mrs. Lyydia.
president above the !water. The whites and Indians Limit July 1L Extension of limit modeled by Miss Enid Tandell will
17. Vining, Mrs. Fannie.
Association and.several other delegates alike, in penetrating these to August 11 be had.
: /; may be unveiled. The statue win later be

& responded. After the -reception; and wastes, find Jt imperative to take advantage 18. Wrenn James. .WASHINGTON D. C.-$42.00. Sold place In the new capitol at Frankfort -
entertainment followed the program 19. Williams ..Mar.A .
.of-the -wind'blowing ahead of daily to Sept 30. All tickets lim- It will cost about $6,000 and will 1), t
r charge of cent will made for
f which included music singing and one
them, so as to burn their way through ited to Oct 31. be paid for out of the contributionsby

vaudeville numbers After the conclusion it.-Helen Harcourt: Sunny South. delivering advertised letters. For further informatin apply: to the school children of the 1' t LII
When for advertised letters
of the entertainment tables calling !
& nearest agent or \ Friday will be "Daniel Boone

were placid in the hall and luncheon Cuban Diarrhoea. always give advertised, number. j. G. KIRKLAND;;' ,. the memory of the great pioneer Day"and t tr'
Div. Pass. Agv; '
ladies. i U. S. soldiers! who served In Cuba will be d':ly honored. For that day R

during the Spanish war know what The Weather for One Hundred years. athletic and popular games have been.

i Iii the afternoon a short ;business this disease-Is,-and.that ordinary remedies S. A. L. SPECIAL RATES. arranged in all the parks of the city.''' \ i id

meeting wiU.beJheldand, : the ret,&the have little- more effect than so Tnere will be old-fashioned '
The husking
clippingfrom ,
afetrnoon will t>e devoted to sightseeing much water. Cuban Diarrhoea is
$17.70 ASHEVILLE N. C. and
return -
old file Augusta Chron- sewing appleparins and other '";)
P" as severe and dapgerous as a mild attack an of/the esp
receptions and other special functions. of cholera There is only one icle shows the cold days in Georgiaand Tickets on sale June 14, 15 rustic balls at which the Virginia reel .

In the'evening there will be a remedy, however that ''can always be South Carolina for. the past one and 16, with final limft' June %1. 'vill come to honor again.

,atag dinner.for the delegates and the- depended upon as will be seen by the >
< following certificate from Mrs. Minnie hundred years. It will doubtless be $17.70-ASHEVILLE, N. C, anA re- Special honors will be bestowed upon
ater parties for the ladies.v .
Jacobs of Houston TeL: hereby cer- read with particular Interest duringthe turn. Tickets on sale June 26, 27 all persons who are in any way related -
the delegates! and their
Tomorrow tify that Chamberlain's Colic Cholera present unusual season: and 28, with final limit July 10. to Daniel Boone. A handsome '-lets n it
-k ladies will go to Anapolis.in special and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my husband N
1804-Cotton killed in May. $8320 Portland, Ore and return. Tickets medal will be presented to the person
ty chartered steamers. In the morning of a severe attack of Cuban diar I;

a short business meeting will be rhoea, which he brought home from 1816-The cold .summer. on sale June 17, to 21, inclusive who can prove the nearest relationshipto I

Cuba. We had" several doctors but 1818-Great drought cotton 32 cents with final Hmit of sixty days the famous pioneer. An excellent rLANGSWARU
held. The start for Anapolis will be
they did him no good. One bottle of
po-und. from date of sale. statute of Boone, which has been erect-
made shortly after luncheon and delegates thic remedy cured him, 'as our neighbors per .

are expected to return at' about will testify. I thank God for so 1827-28 Mild winter. Leaves and $19.30 Nashville, Tenn. and return."- ed in a picturesque spot of Cherokee I

valuable medicine." For sale all cotton not killed.1830Great park will be unveiled in the afternoonand
a by
Tickets sale June 12 18 19 20
n.0'clockat eight. They will dine on ,
drug?'sts.- m an elobarote program for the
1n Carvel Hall and will spend the afternoon drought July 5, 6, and 7, limited fifteen days exercises < .

sightseeing{ each following his Governor Broward Insists upon pro- 1835-Feb. 7. the cold Saturday. from date of sale. Tickets may be has been arranged. & C& r.rl:
Saturday will be "Greater
1840-"Harrison freshet" in May. KentuckyDay
-ewn taste and Inclination extended to Sept. 30, by deposit-
a ceeding with haste to undertake a work "
with Wholesale :
barbecues campfires Distributor /
1844 Another cold and
On Friday .there will be the final the< full extent of which is yet problematical summer. ing with special agent and payingfee <
1849-Great sleet April 15th kills scores of reunions in the various parks Ocala FIa.I";I
business meeting and in the evening the probability of success in of 50 cents. ,
and halls of the '
city. Many old
cotton and com.18S1January time /
there will be ,the grand banquet In the which is yet uncertain the ultimate $41.05 Omaha Neb. and return. Tick- residents and ;
pioneers of
21, second 'Coldest day the state will
armory to which the ladies have been cost of .which'no one can even approximately ets on sale July 9. 10. 11, and 12 deliver reminiscent Maccaulay. in his history of Eng
known in the south. addresses,
r Invited. Many prominent speakers will estimate. Because coolerheaded with final limit July 18. Exten- Sunday will be shows that in the reign
1855-Fine crop year. Hot summer. devoted to rest and
address the guests. + men propose that he shall take no sion may be obtained to August religious devotion. William and Mary John Mannard pleader !
1860-Largest cotton crop to date. The pulpits In all
further steps toward construction until 15th by depositing ticket and pay- the churches of the of the house of commons at tj!
Hot summer. city will be filled
et be has data he.can rely upon'and that ing fee of 50 cents. ministers age of ninety-two. I
by who
1862-Great fruit crop. ;were born in the .j1

the legal questions Involved shall be 1S64-Cool summer no fruit $18.25 Monteagle, Tenn, and return. state., -

SPRINGTIME first settled, not afterward they are 1866-Hot summer no fruit Tickets on sale July 28, %9. 30. 31, Although Sunday will practicallyend

being feverishly denounced. When ob- 1S67-Great crop and decline in Aug. 16 and 17, with final limit homecoming week so far as Louis- f
jection is made to the plan of saddlingon prices. August 31. ville is concerned, it is expected that T. Needhani I

Has come and gone. a few property owners in one section 1875-March 20 great cyclone. $1825 Monteagle, Tenn. and return. the visiting former :Kentuckians will ,

And Summer is here. the cost of what will be either a 18S9-December 30 temperature
benefit to the whole state or else a 3 and 5, with final limit Aug 31. homes. AH
zero in middle Georgia. railroads in the state have

-i; detriment to its progress by putting 1882-Largest oat crop ever made in $1825 Monteagle Tenn. and return. granted special rates for the occasionand The Plumber

upon it a heavy debt for a socalled"improvement" Tickets sale 19 and 20 and
on July it is
Georgia; corn and cotton crop large. expected that thousands of

Make yourself as comfortable as "which may turn out to 1874-Long fall drought nearly three 21> with final limit Aug 31. the visitors will avail themselves of

be no improvement at all certain $12.45 Athens Ga.. and return. Ticketson the
e possible during the heated term months. opportunity to visit the numerousbeautiful
thlck-and-thln adherents of the gov- sale June 23 24. 25. 26. 30. and Gas
We sugest that you get one of shut .their 1886-January 8-14 intense cold; Savannah and interesting places of Aid fitter,
ernor and
ears impugn
river at Augusta sodidly fro- July 2. 9. 16, with final limit fifteen which Kentucky possessess such
our POARCH ROCKERS for motives of those who counsel thoughtand zen. days from date of sale. Exten- abundance.One marvelous

day comfort, and a well con.. investigation. Why is not some 1887-Hot summer; temperature at sions may be obtained to Sept. 30. of the most striking featuresof

strutted, neat appearing MOS other argument adduced than that the 100 in June and July and heavy rains. by depositing ticket and payingfee the celebration will be the grand

; QUITO NET for night comfort governor promised to advocate the 1888-Wet summer; poorest crop of fifty cents. floral parade tomorrow afternoon.. The HAS OPENED UP HIS NEWS'

measure before his election? Supposehe year in many years; no fruit; great $17.70 Asheville, N. C. and return. first section will consjst of automobiles

r ROCKERS $2.50 to $5.00. to Florida had promised? or something to annex else the equally moon freshet in Augusta September 10 higher Tickets on sale July 25, 26 and 27, decorated with flowers the second division P ON THE CORNER or

with final limit 8th. Extension
than ever known. August will consist of'victorias and other
) MOSQUITO NETS impossible? He is an enemy to his -
1889-Frost in upper Georgia.. June to Sept 30 may be obtained open carriages and will include a SPENCER BLOCK WITH A
state who endeavors to stir
$1.25 to up the -
t. $3.50. passions
1, and abnormally cool in southern by depositing ticket and pay- large and beautifully decorated float ,
of the in
people a matter which -
calls for the most thoughtful delibera- parts; much cotton not-np June 10; Ing fee, of fifty cents. bearing the flower queen and her beau FULL LINE OF SANITARY

great: peach crop; first in several $17.70 Ashevinlle, N. C. and return tiful court of maidens. The third div-
iii4 tions by appealing to their
prejudices. years. Tickets on sale June 13. 14 and 15,. ision will consist of one-horse vehicles PLUMBING ,
PIT'I T Suppose a of AND MODERN
I MAN company were _.,.. -- with final limit June 27. and tandems the :fourth of coaches
begin the
construction of a railroad Cot F. Lang of Miami well knownto $18.25 Knoxville, Tenn., and return. brakes and other four-horse
without either vehicles GOODS. WHEN IN NEED O.
preliminary location
r or the people of Ocala havingformer- Tickets on sale June 17, 18, 19, and the fifth division of the
&SON route ,, volunteer
fJ. Gov-
steps ly resided: in. this city is here on a 23. 24, 30, July 7, 14, and 15, with veteran firemen of Louisville with SANITARYPLUMBING
ernor Broward is taking and those FIRST CLASS !
4 visit to his son )Ir. Louis Lang. He final limit fifteen lays from date hand engines and other .

Ocala: ... .',?..'H''.. Florida. defenders Insist upon are equally as says that Miami Is growing phenomenally of sale. Extension to September Handsome prizes will be apparatus. J
absurd as such of awarded to ON HIM'
way building
-4 arailroad. and Is destined: to become a 30 by depositing ticket'and pay- the most 'handsomely- decorated ?Sa
.Tjmes-Union. ye- :
t41 great city. ? <. ing fee, 'of fifty.cents. hides in each' division. t

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.-? -. DR. D. M. BONEY .
.' Chris Codrlngton. editor of attending. State Press as: Quite gradually, with comparatively! _
;.r. Weekly News, Is correct i annual meeting at Ocala V ,
little publicity and .popularity
C lusloas' it may with safety week I was one of the party driven
._..,fas a fact' that "prohibition the famous Silver Springs, the head whatever the hog interest in Florida Graduated Eyesight Specialist.POOR

---C{>f9hibit.of and that a "dry" of the beautiful OkTaT-aha river, has been settling down to permanentlines st

,, prohibition. standpoint. waterfe are so pure that you con: of established profit and the
Rut as bad a pUght.as a "wet" the bottom of the spripjs, some doubts surrounding it have been clear
.Dd perhaps a little more so. feet in de 'th. W> we ;'ig- EYESIGHT IS A GREAT AFFLICTION PERFECT VISION IS A CONSTANT DELIGHT
ed away, first by experiment (sometimes
.Codtiugton In his paper says ? along a. hard-surfaeed roadway
--of th@ readers of the News -r the Wd-3prea.ing! branches of costly), and then by the application

on the day Governor Brow- of moss-a \i'ritabie tunnel ual practice with a very gratifying

!Ce-;there; how a county official gr ,-Iecked grc-en-when the beau- outcome.It ; Estimate of Value on Your Eyesight i

' ln sia sent $=S worth of liquors driveway can to an end and may be thought that the mannerof I

,," "' +=i! m 1.Jacksonville to a "proper" us was: a s"eathat transported feeding! and keeping hogs differs ? I

":,;eent from DeLand to receive to my old Tlliii>t? h)me. Oa one 90 widely that comparisons of feed
: b ly for tree distribution on .ras a field of waving green corn per pound of gain will not hold as How Could You Do Without

governor of the state was !, well-rooted tasstllatel:! sta kr-, between the north and south but In

.ak the:in, ,order to raise a "rough as good corn aa 1 ever saw In the that consideration the differences the Use of Your Eyes? ...

,of tae governor's meeting; how bottom laid? of Illinois, and on really favor the south, and the o"ifterenee -. .omWF
"uoi-fell\ into the hands of the other side was an immen; oat in age between cattle and pigs 11'
iaitie. and the whole rotten- with the golden grains in stacks, at the 'marketable stage has a further YOU VALUE YOUR EYES mi THEM PROPERLY JUIBIEB BEFORE YOU TRY TO USE LENSES'

<".f;y exposed, and the plan frus- ore at one sid-i :\. threshing crew and very important bearing in ,favorof
at work. And This n)rila! Florida the hog. A good brood sow is good OWING TO THE GREAT IN"
tfthil print na 4 te JhtbetlTnU mi>JtettMaf 1 facfa* SCHOOL
has been informed that'Rims its sand, sand san']. for two 1'ttlers' a year of eight to ten CREASE IN MY PRACTICE IM.u Uilmg,.c..4fectiv*,ud ilxxiU km MIMMM. CHILDREN'S EYES, UP.
e'Ns I HAVE !
of whiskey were freely told m-=* that oats :were running pigs at a litter, and these pigs are ON EXAMINATION ARE OFTEN
&l( OP NED THE 1
bated at Seville,alone on election bushels .-> fy !\ 're, Ant aftf-i marketable from six to! eight months! ROOM ADJOINING I* FOUND TO BE DEFECTIVE. ESPECIAL '.

.-J o..ts, the sam-s fie!l would produce old. /IY/ PARLORS, WHICH GIVES ME I CARE SHOULD BE GIVEN

News has evidence that 50 or of hay, and,if need be they cud Every season of the year produceshere THE FINEST SUITE OF OPTICAL r' CHILDREN
tie tl l)IIII1111111 DURING THESE EAR-
:> lalf. pints were received by a a crop of vegetables-all the its own crop of superior nutriment PARLORS IN THE STATE. I NOW
o- official and distributed ; year.: and the abundant clear water: I LY STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT..
county iAVE THE
?.the' county court house a few let. with all U charms of cli- of, our ponds and slrevns is available BEST EQUIPPED OF- s HEADACHE/ DIZZINESS, FLOAT.

,]',before election... :e 4-r.d beauty of flower and vine :all the time, while ample shade protects ICE IN THE SOUTH HAVING ALL.!I 5 _V -2 ING SPECKS, GRANULATED LIDS, f

'"all' know that several sots Kth be! wealth wn.ch U\" in our the animals from tiYerr atin? in rHE IMPROVED INSTRUMENTS STYES, BURNING, ETC. ARE OFTEN .

.-' ,;1 Pt'La.nd were kept full two or we" cannot induce'-:he agricultur even the warmest summer weather. ro GIVE.RELIEF TO THE *EVES. % DUE TO EYESTRAIN LIKE
'-weeks before the election and on of the north t' leave the country The order of food crops through the I GUARANTEE MY WORK *
L' .they raise but season is so arranged by nature as to TO ALL OTHER ABNORMAL CONDITIONS -
; on day.:"We all know that, on elec- ( can one: mp a 5IVE SATISFACTION, OR IT COSTS
"i ay-a; number of "hangers-on" of on a field, where the hard win- I I favor the test gain in each season. In rOU NOTHING... I HAVE DONE EYE DEFECTS BECOME
full all days oal up all that is gathere-l ii the January a.nd February, for instance,. MORE
-firgan'-zation! were WORK FOR OVER : 3 DANGEROUS AS THEY -,
l the court ,house," -:-, where the farm land and the hogs feed on, rape, which carries OUR CITY AND SURROUNDING: PROGRESS. YOU RUN INTO DANGER -
Codriagton also prints a letter (?? are so high that with mst per- something over a pound of protein to 'OWNS.. MY WORk IS "
YStF toil ant farm one hundred pounds, add eight pounds GIVING ;! IF YOU SELECT EYE GLASSSATISFACTION
which a can
i'ti'.subscriber at Peirson ? en-rgy
!_ : IN EACH CASE. I Covertbelefteyeandseeiftiellnesln
establish what Mr. Cudgtoa marl to pay orly a small per cent of'Carbo-hydrates; and corn with its ES BY GUESS. WHAT SEEMS
pfarto! GLADLY REFER YOU TO THE oil sections of the above circle appear I
the invest. ]. seven-o eight pounds of proteins and NOW'MAY
capital !
himself says. BUSINESS MEN OF OCALA. THOSE I eqnaly dark and distinct. If not, yon CAUSE SERIOUS
of carbohydrates -
?:-wma.ke.tb folowing extracts frompfte'lorrejpondent's Way is it? fifty to sixty-five pound WHO HAVE NOT HAD WORK i have Astigmatism visual defect which TROUBLE LA fER. IT WILL
Because the truth of Florida's .agri affords a nice adjustmentfor
:: letter: ,
growth in bone, muscle ONE KNOW OF OTHERS WHO i should be corrected at Ol1 e. Try the SAVE MUCH TO FIND OUT ALL
have not been an even
.: of tha Sams campaigns resources
: "iTha. action HAVE BEEN RELIEVED.
'- ..-. ol and fat giving the animal that natural I left eve in the same xnanaer ABOUT YOUR EYES.
; sera.at this place on the day ,
fair But I digressing.I heat which best suits with the
; qn was a disgrace! to the am V
>:,<'II -pf democracy.. They semed tl) wanted to tell of the Marion Farms cooler weather. After that, through the WHEN YOU HAVE PAIN IN THE EYE BALLS OR HEAD, -

fL ketaken 3't>T Md"U for a possession depository' of for the their depot cam-and I a convict humane hospitaL standpoint"Here This are!! is gath the come spring,sorghum summer,pasture fall and, .richer early in winter fats, liVE, YOUR EYES EXAMINED. DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE TO RESTORE THE VISIIN.I .

:s: .ii."booze. ," and such scenes of dee the sick and the lame and the than in proteins; cowpeas, peanuts, .

; .cry, and other of profanity that from the convict canes all over cassava, velvet beans, chufas, sweet SaESCT1C HDOHOr ,

:= from there were enough to state. It is purely a private enter- potatoes, corn again 'sugarcane, and I make aspecialty i CHOROID flECTUS KUSCLfc

i: "a.Ablush of shame on the cheek; Neither the state nor the county again sorghum, a balance of rations I 8ETlNA
f to the maintenance of the that could not well be improved upon. o fcorrecting
|(*|ft,ry decent person who supportedlMt of salt 'famesFittQd. Di'1\tltRVE.\ RR
With an occasional sprinkling .
""- ; t1cket The depot Is within two <<= :"\
tf d yards of the polling place. The convict sick are giver as gojd and in the spring and fall thoroughly vision and rlus'rusc '. :' a ,

lpior win brought there and freely and with aa skilled a staff charred corn cobs liberally salted. we .-..
rx ;to the public but If any others physicians and surgeons as you have a regimen as builds rapidly and WI I k 1 herelief "- .(.
.;;.'; W'tthe Sams 'cr>wd partook o! it it find in any well-regulated hos evenly the meat bone and ligamentsinto ti to \ ,. i .
discernable: their actions. The convalescent are obliged to a well 'set up and well rounded where others "'
'T.<9fs not. by Hutmo ,, \ tiNuytrtrrc
..'-" dpe.could judge by the actions of In the fields. This serves a two hog. at the best for the market and have failed .. ,.- ,' '
-1tIIH.'Who'' imbibed it freely that it I purpose. It he'ps! rraiita'n: the the lowest cost. I
:.....of'a'vet7'low brand of the vote- : and to bring health and strength The general nation formerly existed .
: jjith mt kind'and In keeping with the convict. that Florida was the home of the ra-

.:. ,DwC'cbaracter of those .who cent ant Among the convicts are numbered zorback and rustler. This is not so any Remember, I guarantee satisfaction or it costs you nothing. Diplomas .from the
"too distributed It It has been "trusties" so that the expense of more. With settlement and improvement -
standard institutions of New York and Indiana.
favor highest
has been worked in '
op1ately named "pop' skull, and is small. These "trusties" are

we will speak. of that party to the farm. I asked one if of blooded hogs and systematiccare. DR. M. IjOJNcY
tik. .$' op-kull party." had any complaint to male eof the Berkshire hogs from pedigree *-9 OFFICE HOURS: *
{* a "wet" county but n- and told me that he only stock bred from acclimated foundation 7:30 ; to : I
'kenes' as are herein described d that he would live and die there stock do far better than any oth toby ap1 poin mentonlyho Optical Parlors Up-Stairs in Gary Building, Ocala, Fla

red ,anywhere within her borders. he was afraid of two things. He 'improved breed if they are given -) 1

o .K. what dr... Codrington and his if he got well he would have to the same care relatively that would be .

M"of Volusia Is tru. It is aelauntyd back to the turpentine camps, and bestowed upon cattle. -
in th Everglades.The
aboutas of Game *
t"j Berkshire hog is Plenty
and its morals are at a \ he stayed as sick as he was when The blooded
..ebb its university and prohibition came to the farm he would die. good a rustler as any. if he has to animal life of the everglades is
fields and I his attention that way. It isn't full of variety and abundance. im-
,aue. making! a P VMT slowing AI I looked over the corn turn
eGo To Best'.and
him rustle to a cer- of ducks, water turkeys,
JM result of their labors, Some. oat fields and the acres planted a bad thing to let mense flocks Tnc
he is not permitted blackbirds, curlews and other -
,must be Tong somewhere The pecans and to vegetables, and saw tain extent provided buzzards,
it. But this is a point always In evidence. They
drawn of Voluiia is sad and negro convict working as his health to overdo birds, are .
rainj.Broward. at work that did not tax for the individual breeder. Intelligent are, as a rule, so little accustomed to

::. ;, strength, it came to me that aU understanding mutt! precede intelligent the sight of human beings as to be
-it -- .f i at Stetson. talk of inhumane treatment of the care and both are necessary to a fearless and,can often be knocked over PuiesiPlace t t iii

.'f'" -- .> was all sentimental hojrvrash. satisfactory' outcome with hogs, justas with a stick. It is a remarkable fact

't *May event? Governor :i. B. I tip my hat to the gentlemen whose they are with anything' else, however, that In the saw grass sections
it IMvti
! .+Ktothe graduate from; the ColJli 'JJl' Fgrtns possible-St. Petersburg and that is the importance of startinga I almost exterminated in other

! <, : if. Aiu and Law. .. pendent. hog ranch with a carefully selected parts of Florida; here still exist in vast Our Edibles. and Drinkables
i. <" laeaenor Croward said that ha didIStpi'eter ) and well acclimated! foundation'I do numbers. In many places !they follow .

'''f] to dllw a literary aalreVs.desired THE TIDE TO BRVAN. not mean to say that an experienced the canoe that Is threading the narrow '.
b4" to do was to maka breeder cannot buy his foundation channels and streams, and "nose" it are as Clean and Pure as

.1." talk to the students, from a life ThV deyelpmf-nlt in the Missouri stock in the north.Every from sneer curiosity.! They swim after

...'s iihad bid many Vlclniuule. ; "mocratc c.nvenuon held Tuesdt)' farmer in Florida who keepsa the canoe in groups, called .by the Pure Food Laws could 11

.i_ t]for ,moro t'tl.1'tl'l hou. at.dt..Jy I very slsnificeut Ex-Governor oow might add to -earnings every hunters "flotillas," and take no heed i any
lotf st d HU audience. lie tn. a former member of Cleve- year by keeping a boar and brood sow at all of any of their number who may
: and man who has: not for market. The cost thrashing the water i them be.
.. l '\ ? caolnit a and raisins! Digs be shot. and. are imagine to
,r __..'otef. forth to their life work deto previously known as frelndly to of maintaining these would not be felt in the death struggle. The allIgator V

_.. d Jive, up to their, opportu- i Ir. Bryan, eulogized that statesman The observance of a few simple rules hunter is consequently more in evidence -
,o. .iMnev'L r 'becoming discouraged \ 1 .ptis! opening speech and was cheered such as not allowing fermented slopsor in the everglades: than apy Our establishment has 11
,;:;;, failure, and placing theme 'the echo. Governor Folk tnedut- sour refuse to be fed, giving them other. .

,.0'-" -:;wlt> all their might on the Bryan's nomination by the demo plenty of the natural green growth Yet :there is plenty of other game. been refitted according to
:.tleraonal and 'civic righteousness and his triumphant election in throughout the year letting'them have Fur-bearing animals are abundant,

-, Sectored that he almost \ \ which was' greeted with every salt enough but not too much, and such as the bear, the otter and the

B"-;their traln lg. They had of approval seeing that twice a year they got an wildcat Deer are also plentiful: in the Sanitary Measures and the

I '. 'I aa education :whldx had been detnt The Indiana convention being llpld allowance of charcoal in the form of more solid sections But the sawgrass
.j! and thousand of other is the occasion of a similar out: burned cobs well salted, would fatten region itself, that vast inland sea offers -
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in it remained
I j;h9' had begun life at the of spirit It is evident that the them all in good order, so that much no inducement for fin feather or only thing

:_ban. Today U replete not onl of the country are not go- that now goes to waste on a farm hoof, or s>ea'e. Its stillness is as op t :

E :Api'ortunity for" education, to wait for any formal announce would be turned Into marketable pork pressive as is the folds of an artic i "Old and Matured"are our

> .',.;.aerff 'was a time in the his.of .of Bryan's candidacy, ,but will and bring money.The Stockman !night while its heat is as stifling as
:' our country when the simply overwhelming, and If there that of an African jungle. And then I

's.Cress were flung wider open not a cataclysmic :hangl'in ev'it* The American Idea. the leeches! They are fearful. pests,

tttraaee' of,.those who worked ., will b* tho 'only name presented in nation and as numerous In the water as the Whiskies Wines \ Beers.
.. .T Webster once said that a ,,
:might. to succeed. the national"convention t'NDears Insects above -.. Theymass no
the ,
where the property is of an
... governor: impresses one as e.This. bones" ot attacking the boots I
r character man of tre'at is accounted for by the .fact few and the political power wielded by intruder, and then since they cannot Our of busi-

determination and an untlrorkerf that the people know' him and believ:) all, the political power will soon be bite through the leather, they make way doing

,'i" At times, he was. genuhei1 to be all right There are other used to acquire the property.; No truth their way up his legs and bore through
eloquent Southern who would do very well, but the his trousers to the feast below. But is the courteous
spoken is worthy of greater ness same
.1tu. I .,f the country do not know ever aside from this pest wading .
to heedit. even ,
time better than now
them and love them and confide in and no the everglade marshes is accompanied .
lk Another Railroad. Our republic was founded upon the through I
BryanH and mode
them as they do in Mr. of men for liberty and for private with great difficulty and appreciative we
has the advantage that he can Snakes, especially
'j- )'aOPiando correspondent of To acquire something, to no little danger. .
votes as can no other man. porperty. the mud Is
republican numerous
mes'Uaion writes to have moccasins, are have for
that a gang him as possess it against all others employed and
The Cleveland element Is for and dangerously uncertain years
;are'ors,4a now encamped at Oona the .onhlance of !success,., a domain all one's own however small, treacherous long clinging ;
affording The
< 'n\. :.little town tour miles instinct of the American race. as to depth.
the is an
l and it would seem that one more the leeches below favors bestowed
t: of the warm pea
< ,Ot"QrJ.u1dQ. where they are united This it was, as well as the love ol roots I any upon ;
:' party will be enthusiastically the water, the snakes and alligators -
Maiinetoan immense tract of timlaPd' that brought our others across
>; Right or wrong, good or bad, the mat- surface, and over all
:_belonging to a large turpenoratton democracy tutocean, their sons across the mountains at the us'wilI receive strict and
'::' ter of Bryan's nomtattotthe of biting: insects make life
llW which is located settled i and ourselves into this greattiv1st.The the swarms I
In 190 Is practically interest to the hapless :
r1r. itf miles from that city.ifcyare instinct for ownership is full of lively
and only to be disturbed by his deathor compels to
i whom necessity
: Seaboard of blood! mortal attention
surveyors of the Inheritances our
of equal weight one I prompt
event .
':*: Understood that this great $ sow other- a.ndprivate property a living purpose wade through the glades marshes.Helen .
and lnCu mce,- Tampa Times. South.
< in the Sunny
.tends' opening up this vast of our republican institutions. To dis- Harcourt ........- Our aim is "To
,;;'hkh .is surrounded b ythe Reports from the Ocala meeting of: place the old order of things under Found a Cure for Dyspepsia. constant

't. '<,_ <,and farming land 4n the State Press. association indicate which the active ownership of -the Mrs. S. Lindsay of Fort Wiliama.
,,a.1s h& best orange growing that while the attendance was not &i property of the country was widely Ontario. Canada, who has suffered Please. Try us and be
?. \ the' number of years from dyspepsia con-
south some of the large as had been anticipated the distributed among the people at largi quite a pains in the stomach.
-* and great
t, s are,now being cultivated and not simply threaten revolutionit take .
meeting wa a most interesting would was advised by her druggist to
route which the road will enjoyable br.e. The papers read were would be revolution.-Judge Gross- Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- vinced.

: Pbr'a, long. time the people of exceptionally of"a high, order, both In cup. lets. She did so and says "I find deal that of
:county" have longed for S() and Ga'nesvUe Sun they have done me 'a great
Interest merit- I have never Bad any suffering
,:to the east coast and'the' \ George E. Chamberlain democrat, good.since I began using, them. If troubled !. Respectfully yours, ,
that lie between these two Perry now has a brass band with has been reelected governor of Ore- with dyspepsia or indigestion why not

r t.:sections, and a last the>- Brother J, E. Perry of .the Herald as gon. Tha republicans win in tae sen-. take these tablets get well and stay '
Y '
?;;'a ,'-Mtty of timber land half as, well aa' he does his town, in man suffras-5 '+'a' overwhelmingly datsated. -Short Horn Bulls
',-- .' '.Of3.nJ Monday ,and ".m.f"' the columns' of the '}Iet' ld' It is sate A few half breed and higher grade
'.. j,. .lc their departure for that the Perry brass band will soon.be .. yearling Shorthorn bulls to rxchangefor and seem
beef cattle Write or Wholesale and Retail Liquors '
o. section to ,join 'the $urve numbered among the leading musical "Jive Frecker a fair show demandsthe at Munroe & ChambUss bank.Z. "

::1i !l\ With them until the ] organizations of this country,-Madison Tampa Times Why not make. it C. CHAMBUSS. OCALA FLORIDA

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: : } GENE'AL.. MILES ON,'"EMBALMS''!? "EDITORS MEET. ON' THE FUNNY BONE. A Delightful Card Party.

BEEF," do I take Cardui"? writes Mrf!

; Annual Gathering, of the, Pencil .Pushers An Imitation Poem.We've Thursday evening Judge and Mrs.
1 t ': An Associated Press dispatch irons of Florida at Ocala. W S. Bullock opened their beautiful Jelemma 1\luHins\ of Odessa \V.

Kansas City, follows: "General 7elson The State Press association met at imitation butter 'will
w home for the entertainment of the
/J...- Miles, who h bere on hia way, Ocala for three days last -week. The And Imitation milk; ': Va."Because, after suffering!
attendance was small as most ,of the imitation" young people of Ocala in honor of
We've cotton
,4 to Colorado to address state unirersft for several
t editors were at home clipping interest And imitation silk.We've Misses Mary Lou Hatchett Louise years with femaitrouble I
Students, said: 'The disclosure
F beaiing coupons. Those who atiendf Scott and Alice Bullock, whq have recently -
about beef and other packing lions had a glorious time and didn't' drink Imitation returned from school in Atlanta and trying different do?

products now being exploited are 110 : anything stronger than mild.eyed imitation wood; and Nashville,

'" news to 'me. J knew It even rears punch. You couldn't, help having a good We've imitation coffee The guests were received by Mrs.G. tors and medicines without obtaining relief. I at .bfjj

'i ab o., I Mold what I knew then. Ha time in the "Brick City." It is so calledt'ecause Salubriously good. .S. Scott and were served with punchby

y the matte been taken up at that tUn everybody is a "brick." We've imitation le-athe"'r': Mrs.. C V. Miller, after which they found, in, Wine of Cardui, a golden medicine for all rnf 1

l ; thousands of lives would lave been: The doings of the association are For imitation .shoes; line
were presented to the receiving '
saved. of food prod ills, and can recommend it above all others for female
The adulteration
of not much interest to the readersof We've imitation dyestuffsAnd composed of Judge and :Mrs. Bullock! .

.: t vets Is the colossal crime of the times the Independent because the boys imitation, booze. Miss Bullock, Miss Hatchett, Mr. J. H. ..
c believe that 3,000 United States sol- wouldn't come to St Petersburg in And some of us 'tis certain Taylor Miss Scott, Mr. Guy Zewadskl,

diers lost their lives because of adui 1907, but let Key West attractions allure Have imitation -wives.In Miss Rogers Mr. Emmet Robinson Cardui furnishes

7' terated impure poisonous meat There them to the jumplng-off place of fact I'fear we're leading Miss Camp and Mr. Osco Zewadski.' safe relief for backache, headache,

.is no way of estimating the numb the United States. In truth, we wouldbe But Imitation lives. The popular game of whist was "
of soldiers :whose health was InjuI'Pdby periodical pains, irregular, painful or |
justified in not even mentioningTom -- played at the fifteen tables, which unhealthy .
food. I know only of Like Another
eating Impure McBeath's mile-long poem. That Taylor. were artistically arranged in the par- menial flow
and all
Us harvest among the soldiers and can effusion' 'was -wonder.. It breathed Nero fiddled while- Rome burned. lor, library dining room .and, veranda ailments from which sick womensuffer.

only guess how many lives It has cost love, admiration, sarcasm. propbp.ct'( "Why is this' thus?** inquired. a At the conclusion of the game .it was A I

the republic. I have a barrel of test!. :and was strong in cbaracter- ket..hlng!:: friend. \ found that Miss Hatchett was the perfect tonic for delicate women. A pure

j mony on the subject In the way of affidavits It took 450 pounds of linotype metal to "You have to have some vaudevfll
winner of the ladies' prize, a beautiful
vegetable medicine for
: which I collected when I made put It in :type,'and most every nevrspaj.tr specialty to succeed in politics thesedays water-color, and Mr. Guy Zewadski girls and women who are subjec ,}

- my Investigation seven years ago. TN in the state worked over time ," answered Nero. "See what hap-
won the gentlemen's .prize, a pretty to the complaints peculiar to their sex. Has benefit
Investigating committee closed the< to present the pome to Its readers.In pened to Carmack. ; stick pin. ... I

case and refused to hear two hundred< the editorial columns The 'Independent After an ice course was served, over a million who used to suffer as do.
you jJ
whom I had ready. At that Gossip.
witnesses has something to sayof one MissesHatehettCamp.' Scott and Bul-

time I could have secured the testimony of the institutions of Florida, the Marion ""He's so mean that de'd do- his best lock each sang to the great enjoymentof At every drug store in $1.00 bottles.
,. J .
of one hundred thousand men Farms, and it Is given editorial: friend. f the guests. Another very pleasing ,

; that the canned beef sold to the army: l-osition from the fact it is a state "And so thick-headed that he recita-
feature of the evening was a
was Impure, adulterated and unwhole- Institution. There is another farm near coudn't do anyone else." tion by Miss Scott. WRITE US A LETTER WINE

some. In my investigation of "em- Ocala known as the Palmetto Park at this social func- describing fully an your symptoms
Those present
and< we will send you Free Advice
balmed" beef during the Spanish- Stock Farm, owned by Munroe & Modest tion were: Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott in plain sealed envelope. !

; ,American war I, found that poisons! ChamblIss. This farm is very large I do yearn to beat John D., Advisory Dept., The Lsdies'O
:Misses Piatt F
Mrs. C. V. Miller, Mary Medicine Co.. Chattanooga
were being used to preserve meats. My and under a high state ot cultivatior At owning bonds and sich. Edith Piatt. Esther Weathers, Hattie JQ'I

first intimation of the practice came I There are broad acres of corn and oats, No; I quite satisfied would be Dye, Beatrice Sinclair Florrie Condon j1

/ to me In reports from commanding i,and many, many acres of the rolling If I were half as rich. Sue Anderson, Annie- Atkinson, Annie ....... j
officers to the effect that the rations to blue While the. ;:
land is
sown grass. Mathews, Janet Weathers, Sue Baroe, ; C. Smith. C. V. Roberti.1
: wholesome and were making from A Fitting Name."I I
; were not farm Is noted for Its success an: Ford Meta
:Mary Anderson, Emily "
{ the soldiers sick. I ordered an investigation agricultural viewpoint Its fame is believe 111 bring out a revised: SMITH & ROBERTS.
Jewett, :Mattie Williams, Edna Dozier, }
' and learned from the reports more than local from the splendid cat edition of Bill Nye's 'Forty Thives Aide
Pauline Sullivan, Leafy Sylvester,
brought to me that canned meat had tie and hogs and horses raised. At the Can you suggest anything to bring it
Van Juhan, Mary DeCottes, Ethel Robinson and :
been sold to the army that had been last fair'at Tampa the exhibits of lown to date?" Mamie Taylor, Valeta Potter. Funeral Directors Licensed' Embalmers) 41 1

for months in the warehouses of the Munroe & Chambliss were a revela- "Well you might' call it the 'Forty; LATEST METHODS. BEST GOODS. WORK
Nelson Anna
Emma Eugenia Fuller GUARANTEETelegraph i
Ohio railroad and at the "
a Baltimore & i' -'X-eursionists from Senators.
Mixon Sarah McCreery; Messrs. Will orders receive prompt attention and embalming done anywbit
docks in Liverpool. This meat had beer the north, who happened in the stateat -
short 'i
on notice.
Taylor James Taylor, Ben Rheinaur
relabeled and sold to the United States the time the fair was open. On the Arizona Wit.., '
Emmet Cowden Stephen Jewett Ardis ,
for .soldiers rations. I turned the reports farm you see this pure-blooded stock] "That fellow is the greatest vio'inls :. t
Waterman, Ernest Crook Joe Bell
: ,.., over to the war department and luxuriating the sweet bluegrassand In the world. remarked Threefingerei
Arthur O. B. Howse, Robert GALl
,,'.:.- a'whitewashing investigation instituted drinking from.ponds who e. waters; Jim. MathAws, Harry Palmer Alfred Beck
: and successfully carried out. 'a vure and crystal-like. It Is a farm "Hell Tsaye?" retorted Snaggle-
Goodwin Tom
Harris Harvey Clark
The official report was that a colossal to be proud of, and the owners and the toothed Tim, with! rare humor
Robert Adams, John Pelot M. J. Roess _
error had been made. As"a matter of people are proud of it. It Is another ,. -

fact it was a colossal fraud and_the example of the possibilities of Florida\ Most Men Are. and Sam Teague. i (

,persons .who perpetrated It and were and ire time will come when such "Jinks says his wife is his Fight the 111NAIh
Following Flag.
!interested In it should have been Sent farm sll! over the rvte will be the hand.So" ., .
to the penitentiary/" rule, not as now ai exception ? When our soldiers went to Cuba and
0-al* ia itself is a city that Is sub "Yes.. And I imagine he is very careful the Philippines, health was the most

Picnic Information. BtantiaL !t has a relation of ,$Alp: not to let his right hand know wha important consideration. Willis T
Morgan, retired commissary sargeant, i
'left hand is doing.
p peonc-; Its business houses are built & 1
U. S, A.. of Rural Route No. 1, Concord -
,; One of the best remedies for the of brick The residences are hinchomi Miss Jewett Gives Party for Two At- ,N. H., says: "I was two years in

_ bites of mosquitoesand fleas, also' for ani ;hoir environn a slight in Cuba and two years in the Philippinesand Bilious ?
: tractive Young Girls. being subject to colds, I took DrKing's .
other eruptions ,that itching makes flowers and vines. Awl Ocala is grw.ing. :
New Discovery for Consumption
t unbearable Is one part. of menthol dissolved Fully $200,000 worth of building The party at which Miss :Meta Jew- which kept me in perfect health. And

I in ten parts of alcohoL It is and improvements are being bull:about ett entertained Saturday afternoon now In New Hampshire, we find it The only sure cure foi

cooling and effectual at once. A the public square. to better medicine than any in the world
.' very afternoon was a lovely compliment for coughs colds bronchial troubles constipation and Biliousnessthat
-'r boons to little. folks tortured by these: The city has two '..re daily .' aperstbe Miss Louise Scott of this ,city, ,and and all lung diseases. Guaranteed at is

'<' little pests. Star and the Banner Th3 Banner her charming guest Miss Mary Lou Tydings & Co., -druggists. Price 50 cts pleasant, natural

.'- Is a morning paper and the Star ai Hatchett, of West"Palm Beach, and and $1.00. Trial bottle free. m ,and safe is

f Three Millions To Drain Everglades. evening paper. Both are liberally supported was a most enjoyable occasion. Progressive Poetry and Its Powel"i

for the merchants realize the whist was the game played, -' '

=;; Washington' June 7.-Representalive value of advertising. And as advertising and the young ,ladies all spent a most\ Mrs. Mary E. Bryan who conductsthe S '' t VER."ILLS ii

Frank Clark,
bill diverting $3,000,000 of of the town, the papers give a good Miss '
a assisted by ;
Jewett was !
:Miss South, fJ.Jld conducts it so as to make AND TONIC PELLETS > )
} t tie funds that would go ordinarily to Impress to the prospective home seeker Sarah :McCreery and :Mrs. G. S. Scott, it fascinating to a degree In the is-

I -the reclamation'fund: to be used in thedraining Editors Bittinger and Harris did and her other guests were Miss Scott sue of June 9 tells something of Capt. The Pills stir the lazy liver to
of the everglades of Florida. much to make the visit of the newspaper -
Louise Gams-
:Miss ,
Mayne Reid, whose stories we read action-the Tonic Pellets clean
The editor of the
men pleasant. by Esther Weathers, Annie Mathews, with delightful interest when a boy.

: Made the Sale. Independent Is' under special obiga- Rattle Dye Janet Weathers Ethel Mrs. Bryan says; all impurities out of the body,
-, tions to :Mr. R. R. CarrolL business
"Don't you think they are .a trifle Robinson. Miriam Pasteur, :Mary An- I knew he was a gallant young soldier so that the liver and all the
of the Star for many cour-
'; too small?" asked the elderly customer. manager derson, Valeta Potter ue Barco, Bea- in the Mexican: war and that he ;

7 I "Too small!" echoed the salesman. tesies extended, and to Mr. Pittman,, trice inclair, Mamie Taylor, Nellie pleased the soldiers in camp by repeating other organs act properly. I I
and :to Mr. Hall, who is one of the Annie Davis, An-
"Why ma'am If you should try to Hooper, dna Dozier poetry, of which he was pas-
Halls interested in the turpentine campat I1
wear a larger size you would have' to nie Atkinson Sue Anderson, Emily bi.mt-tely fond. One of his favorites > 1
Park. In truth weto
advertise for your feet in the, teat'Y Keystone Ford. Alice Bullock, Salle Camp. Leafy was "Marco: Bozarris." He was repeat- No 1
those to whomwe were indebted Griping -33
: name Caroline Pasteur and Miss
column. Sylvester ing enthusiasm one night.

4'Y "You are exceedingly familiar, young we would be publishing a there city Fannie Rogers, of Aiken, S. C. when he was interrupted by a young fF No Purging
of Ocala. Everybody
jnan," rejoined the customer with directory The prize for games was won by fellow with, more brawn than brains,

dignity; '"but 1'11 take the shoes."- was a self-appointed committee of one Miss Gamsby. It was a prety lace fan who -... ""Ai_ "-a .. .., he lay ,
'jo' show the newspaper men a good by 'her to Miss just a natural and .
Chicago Tribune. and was presented under the trees before the tent Reid easy ,
lime.-St. Petersburg Independent. Scott and the game for points a set of had just recited: common,IISL Treat- "

, Willing To Be Convinced. gold shirt waist pins, was won by Miss 'Twas midnight; in his guarded tent mcnt which never fails
"The mills of the gods grind slowly
-t Weathers and she presented it to Miss The Turk was dreaming,of the hour to cure.
but grind exceeding fine. That,
F 'Walter," queried the occasional pa- they HatchetL When Greece-her knees in suppliancebent
at least. is what the poet said and '
tron, "do you have as many orders for Special Offer.Cut .
the truths as,-he saw thetn You.
every day Always Loving r
: sausages as you used to have? Should tremble at his power. '
clear to others. For the"Little Doctor" t
"Yes, sir," said the man,.behind the i are becoming more "What did she grease her: knees for. ont
'instance, more than seven years ago Our answered prayers are preciousto asked'the and mail to us, with the
white apron. Mayne comrade under the
Gen, Nelson A. Miles, commander of us; I sometimes think our unanswered name of your druggist andy 1,
'That-that book hasn't made tree.
} anydUferencet" the United States armies, had a good prayers are more precious still. )u may have Week's Treatment :
of the Pills and Pellets
deal to about "embalmed beef" and God's blessings these.if is
say Those give us
{ "Not a bit sir, "Pleasant for the Little Tin with our coajpliinerts.
for -whiqh! he was roundly denouncedby lead to God. Do
- us
we may
Gods when Great Jove
'Well. I believe it's a blamed lie, nods;
r those in authority. It is now discovered of life fail
I not let any moment your But Little Tin Gods make their little Ramon's Brownie Calendar-Free

sausage.Chicago by those In authority that General of God's light. Be sure that, whether mistakesIn I with Weather
Forecasts and
iaforniation Given
Miles was not in error and that He speaks or is silent, He is always cf with your
the hour purchase Ramon's
missing when great Jove Liver Pills and Tonic ets.rown .
f thO'Who'discredited and Denounced to make '
A Song. loving you and always trying wakes" '
statements did him a great wrong. rich and and Manufacturing Company
your life more good
Kipling says that it is a mistake to St. LouU.Mo Creeneville.Tenn.
I shall not pass this 'Way again. JUdge Alton B. Parker made the statement lappy. Only be sure that you are always meddle with questions of state in a

But-. far beyond earth's ,Where and that the Insurance companies of ready.-PhIlUps Brooks. land where men are highly paid to SOLD BY TYDINGS & COMPANY, OCALA, FLORIDA.
When, the United States were contributing Monttcello is as fine a little town as '
work them out for you. I was goingto
May look back alpng the road large sums of money to the republi- ever you saw. Her people are refined say something about the little scrap :;

:' Where on both sides good seed I ('campaign fund. Mr. Roosevelt and hospitable. The country adjacentIs we had down at Ocala'at the Press

sowed. over his own signature, denounced the fertile and productive, her merchants
Association last week over the Carter Ocala House ;
.. I hall not pass this way again.May ., tatement as wantonly and outrageously are prosperous and her people__are resolution on the state printing but I Wine Roonjs1

wisdom guide my tongue and fause. Recent Investigations pro..ewhat happy. But Monticello is bounded on ran across a bit of wisdom from the
Judge Parker said was not only Atlantic Coast Line
pen the north by the .
east set out in one of his "Plain Tales "
And love be mine that so I may true but that he stated the case all and on the south by the Seaboard. from the Hills,* 'and will desistJefferson TRY OUR ,

Plant roses all along the way. too mildly. The political mills of the that's why she can't grow.-Monticel- Bell in Gainesville Sun. <

I shall not pass this way again gOO are certainly gr'ndlng out democratic 10 News. Try the experiment of takingup -

May 1 be courteous to men. truths wry finely indeed. Let the tracks and see "what the effect In Ocala daring tIle meeting of theresa OLD'OLLEGHANyi .

Faithful to friends true to God the mills continue to grind until all rill be.Editor. ? association we had the pelasure

A fragrance on the earth I trod. ottenness shall be .fully,exposed. of meeting an old friend, Mrs Sallie

Clarence Urmy In Harper's Bazar. Harris of the Ocala Banner. E. Cummings from Pensacola, who

T Some of the editors of Florida, suchas has done his best to discourage his was attending the press association.

Just What Everyone Should Do. are lucky enough to be ante to leave gubernatorial; boom but It ,refuses to ,Mrs: Cummings, besides being a shrewd -i- PURE RYE

Mr. J. T Barber, of Irwinville Ga, heir.sanctums: for a while are enjoy I keep: quiet. His friends put him in the real estate dealer has been one of the .
always keeps bottle of
a Chamberlain'sColic and then, and if an "Old
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ine the beauties of nature in her sterner limelight now brightest newspaper editors in the -

'. at hand ready for Instant use. Attacks moods as shown in the scenery of Neighbor' in the Tampa Tribune can state. She was prominent in the early

of colic cholera morbus and diarrhoea the "Land of the Sky. After a sessionat have his way it will be Governor, Har- history of DeFunlak Springs and owns Put up 4 full Qts

com on so suddenly that there is no Ocala which was notable for the rl9 next time sure. Stranger things valuable interests now -
tim to hunt a doctor or to the at White
4 tore for medicine. Mr, Barber go aa.YI"I : excellent and helpful papers.read.. the have happened and very much, worse Springs.-Crystal River News. in
have tried Chamberlain's Colic tate newspaper men and women are things might happen. There was Bill Fancy Cartoons

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which In the leisure of their annual outing, Jelks over in Alabama who operated Mr. C. L. Bittinger left Sunday for

,Q M one of the best medicines I ever saw. deepening the feeling of fraternity displayed and edited country paper all his Indianapolis, Ind., to attend the meeting ti Delivered
keep a bottle of u in my room as at
I have tad several attacks of colic at the sessions in the Brick ife-but he did that well just as of the national Press Association your

ana U has proved to be the beat medicine Ity. No matter if the majority of us Brother Harris does and now he's one This is a very delightful trip! indui

:F ffi'ts. I ever used" Sold by aU drug- couldn't go to Ocala. The representation of the best governors Alabama ever ins a visit, to Chicago a trip on the Express Office

m there was fit. The spirit of the had. And there are others.-Live Oak great laB.es, Lake St. Lawrence and

The mtetinir of the State Fret Association occasion will leaven the whole body temocrat. many other interesting points. ,

at Ocala last week was a big aDd the kindly feeling characteristic For

turns, and the visit of the membersto .of the Florida press grows wanner for The removal of the Jacksonville Sun For Sale. $3.20.

the famous "Sapphire Country"' of these annual meetings. Those whose to Tallahassee its owners having acquired acres of near Or-

North Carolina a still bigger one. But duties would not allow them to bewith a controlling interest in the angeForty Springs, Marion county, Fla. The i

"- :h "y should not forget when they return their brethren In Ocala can enjoy Capital Publishing Company, which northwest Section quarter 4, township of southwest 12. 'range quarter 24.- Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey write for

,; horn to sue the Jacksonville Metropolis ,tM echoes of that assemblage.Times- carries with' it the control of the state See the land 'and make me' an offer. ; *

; tor libel, Under defamation Won "Short Talks. printing contract is an event of more Miss Address D. c.' Alexander Shaw.. Complete Price list. '

and every othtr Indictable offense In than ordinary significance ia Florida 5183m. 1.

the I A satisfied customer Is' the best advertisement newspaperdom. Whether' the change
catalogue, Somt of iu cartoons ot
i and satisfaction is not will result in an Improvement In the Mr. Albert Graham is now at Tarns. -
the "prtM nnawue enough to excite 'only our aim. but our guarantee. Try He writes; the Banner Deal House
a card and
ti the risible of a craven image the White House shoe; Spring styles character of the public printing remains says that it is Wine Room!
Bartow Courter-lnformanU for men and women Just arivecL. The to,be seen; but it is to be hoped like a hustling city and that

,Fair, x It t -wilL-St. Augustine Record. Oregon Tampa. is heard, of around
the world. :
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", .a flil'tflt+4 that three states >**. the terribl* lad Cold 01..d.lK Called "the MM Be..Uta Gem of I I r In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial 5
..t-, Rave already declared .tloM About What Can Be Done 67 Right TkIAk- How Jersey Farmer Found a War. Circuit of Florida in and for
for Bryan for presl- .r..Ua. the Earth Scenerr. lg and Self Control. i 1 to Cut Cop.DWll'e.*, Marion County-In Chancery.. ., .

deist I txllm tl1ft"IN ,- Inn the Terrible forgot neither bit4e.otion. The Zambezi river carrying a huge Zopyrns the; physiognomist said,': The contest between the New York

states and t nor hU dlversionx. HU pal- volume of water4wo miles in width as "Socrates' features showed that he was and New Jersey Telephone company City of Ocala Complainant vs. C. W..
Morse Jr.. Defendant.
.will speak out ace alternately resounded with praying It reaches the western borders of Rhodesia stupid brutal.sensual and addicted to and the Hepburn brothers for right Constructive Service.Order for

and I believe Mr Dry aDd carousing. For his pastime bears precipitates Itself into a cavernous drunkenness." Socrates upheld the of way across the farms of the latter It is ordered that the defendant

if nominated wilt were brought from Novgorod. When gorge and thus traver&a the northern analysts by saying "By nature I am near Brookdale. N. J.. recently became herein named to-wit: C. W. Morse, Jr. I '
D* elected president from hi* window be perceived a group plains of the country. addicted to all these sins, and they picturesque, says a special dispatch to be and the he bill Is of hereby complaint required filed to in appear this

.. of the United Stags. of citizens collected be let slip two or This great drop to'the river has pro- were only restrained and vanquishedby from Bloomfield. N. J.. to the New cause on or before

.f cite corporations and comiacludlnr three of these ferocious animals and duced "the most beautiful gem of the the continual, practice of.virtue." York Times. The company bad man Monda- the 4th Day of June 1906.
snap the packers. wUl ilr delight on beholding the flight of earth's scenery," the Victoria falls. .Al- Emerson says in effect "The virtue aged to get Its poles up and for three' It is further ordered that a copy of
area no more money and I the terrified creatures, and especially most twice as broad as. Niagara arid'two you would like to have, assume it as al- or four days the brothers had been for this order tour consecutive be published weeks once a in week the

It--they will contribute their on hearing the cries of the victims, was and a half times as high, an Immense ready yours, appropriate it enter into finding a way of cutting the wires. Ocala Banner, a newspaper published

;;rtaluence against Mr, Bryan. unbounded,, Ills bursts of laughterwere mass of water rolls over its edge the part and live the character just as The company stationed a guard at In said county and state.

,:; _$ for Teddy and believe he has loud and long continued. To precipitate. itself .m magnificent the great actor is absorbed In the char each pole to keep the strenuous farmers This(SeaL 24th) day S.of T.April SISTRUNK.1965.
4 Console those who were maimed for splendor 400 sheer feet Into the the he The other al-
manly fifbt for the people narrow, acter' of part plays. Not matter away. evening they Clerk Circuit Court Marion County.
a'; combines and comers. lIe Ute he would 'sometimes send,each. of canyon helow.Undeterred how great your weakness or how lowed a weary gaited fellow in ragge4 Florida.T. _
all' caned and hurt but no them a small piece of gold. Rhodesian engineers, much you may regret It assume steadily attire to pass them unchallenged. In E. Biggs, Complainant's Solicitor.
.haw a victory without a fight Another of his chief amusements was without detracting from the natural and persistently Its opposite until a twinkling he had climbed up a pole -- '

ftHL. and bloodless fight will In the company of jesters whose.duty beauty of the surroundings threw you acquire the habit of holding that and the nipped wires came falling A pair of our White House shoes
erieM victory. I believe Mr. It was to divert him, especially before across the canyon a splendid G50 foot thought or of living the thing not in its down about the ears of the guards. will make your feet glad. New low

a very poor about enough and after any executions but they often cantalever bridge and thus opened the weakness, but in its wholeness, in its When they recognized the tramp as quarter styles just in: for men aniS
have by
women. The Fair.
t iu term ends and I paid dearly for an unseasonable way to Tanganyika to Uganda to entirety. Hold the Ideal of an efficient Robert Hepburrf they swore they'd x ,.'
.r.. the republican party can joke. *. \ Caira faculty quality, not of a marred or "give it to him" when he'came down: Notice of a Special District School .
believe Among these none ; deficient The reach and he prudently stayed aloft. The Election at Mart el.Notice .
Wt ainan that can beat Mr. Bryan was more distinguished i 'fhis.brtdie.the greatest,railway engineering .one. way to or to
Is hone than Prince Gvosdef.Who hell'a triumph of Africa, deserves attain to anything is to bend oneself men felt they had him "treed" and -

t presidency.:1. jntellectual.Mr. Bryan He Is coura., high rank at court more than passing notice It consists toward it with all one's might and we could afford to wait for him to descends: will be is hereby held at given Martel that on an election

-g4"fie Is-all that Mr. Roosevelt Is, The czar being one day dissatisfied of a central span weighing approximately approximate it just fn proportion to the. From the distance his brother WU; Saturday, July 7th, A. D. 1506,

hatMRooseveU Jth a Jest...poured. overjthe prince _1XW tons, 50Q feet in length Intensity and J.It! persistency of our of-, liam saw his dilemma. Hurrying to'tlia for the purpose of electing a trusts y
fame tbtngr : for the
peg Jt :will be very: hard to get the lead'the'boiling*'contents"ot 'a soup and 30 feet wide.The steel workrlsrof 'forftoattainltIf .--, :. : -. bara, be'ordeFed alhayrick hitchedup trict Martel special tax school dis

p, eliminated from our nation- basIn. The agonized wretch preparedto rolled steel weighing 400 pounds to the you are Inclined to be very excitable and filled with hay "as high as ye The following persons have,been ap-

v.doj He may change. his color retreat from the table, but the cubic foot The end posts of the bridgeare and nervous. If you "fly all to can pile It, boys." They made a moun'dalmost pointedmanagers of said election:

[yet> be the.same old dog, but, the tyrant struck him with a knife, and he over 100 feet long. The pull on the pieces"over the least annoyance, do not as was tall as the pole on whiChRobert J.H.F. L.Forks.Seckinger By; order, C.of P.the Pjllans Board and of

k-rake has helped wonderfully as fell senseless to the floor. Dr. Arnolphwas anchorage apparatus is about 400 tons. waste your time regretting this weakness perched. Then William Public Instruct Jon. This the 4th day of
as It has hurt Instantly called. The contract for the construction was and telling everybody that you climbed up to the top of it and drove I June 1906. G. S. SCOTT.
'_ "Save my good servant! cited theczar. obtained by an English firnrof: bridge cannot help it Just assume the calm. past that telephone pole. Robert fell Chairman.

r, ", DEAD. MEN'S SHOES. "I have jested with him alIttle builders-the contract time fifty-five deliberate, quiet balanced composure in a soft spot --i I Attest 6-8 : W. D. CARN. Secretary.
too: hard." which characterizes ideal
weeks. The work of erection was car your person !
-' ?Belief About Them That "So hard rep'.:*d the other, "that ried on from both banks, the material In that respect. Persuade yourself that ASSETS-NERVE, ENERGY. I Administrator's Notice of Final Di.I .-

'. ;' .'Es.. at !. the Old World. only God and yore majesty can re- being taken across the river by means you are not nervous or excitable, that q, I r charge.- .

rtwwi men's'shoes" la a common ex- store him to, life lie no longer of an aerial electric railway. The electrical you can control yourself that you are A San Francisco Firm Show the" i Notice is Iweby given that on the

' -jpn'-"; but. means much In many breathes." conveyor of this cable way was well balanced that yon do not fly off Staff It la Made Of. 6th day of November, A. D.. 1906. the

_jSifrof the old world where tip boots Ivan expressed his contempt, called capable of dealing with a ten ton hid on a tangent at every little annoyance.You A firm of ammunition dealers .on i undersigned administrator: of the es-

. 3t,the;dead. are, accorded much fm41aScotlan&in the deceased favorite a dog and con- at a lifting speed ,of twenty feet per will be amazed to see how-the perpetual Broadway' New:: York, recently received ,:stae present of John to the W.Hon.Randall Joseph deceased.Bell C will un-

"ce. tinued his amusements. minute and a' traversing speed of 300 holding of this serene, calm a letter from a firm in the same business 'ty Judge of Marion cour.ty, Florida

| the northern parts: of Another day, while he sat at table, feet a minute, quiet attitude will help'you to become in San Francisco which Illustratesthe 'his final acounts and make final eettlelement -

& m Scandinavia, as well as in the waywode of Staritza, Boris Titof I An Initial 'difculty In the.construction like your thought. -Success.f pluck characteristic of these people .and apply for his final discharge -

< ry, Croatia and RDumauia.: the ippeared, bowed to the ground aid saluted of- the bridge; was the securing who are startingbusiness all over ,1 estate. as administrator P. T. RANDALL.of the said

.t] tare Is taken among the lower him after the customary manner. ; of a firm foundation, and owing to the CATCHING COLD. again says the' New York Tribune. ,:Administrator of Estate of John W -

.. that each corpse is proviJedJft "God save thee, my dear wayfvode. crumbling nature of the bank a much The letter was an order for goods to Randall, Deceased.

F '. a"'pairrof good shoes: before (Wing Thou deservest a proof of my favor" greater quantity of concrete was necessary Suggestion That May Keep One be rushed to Oakland and' the engraved Ocala Fla. May 3, 1906. 5-4-6m

r pdtota the grounJ. If the dead per. He seized a knife and cut off an ear. than estimated. From the Doctor. heading read: NOTICEOf

:ipteppens b be a tramp and to Lave Titof thanked the czar for his gracious The construction was happily unat A person in good health with fair .. .

dead barefooted there will favor and wished him a happy reign.- tended by accidents of a serious nature play, easily resists cord, but when the Office (temporary) ApplicaJon for Tax Deed Under --i

--besome c-haritable soul ta: fur- Pearson's Weekly, though a few slight accidents to body health flags a little and liberties are PHIL B. BEKEART CO., Inc., Section 8 of Chapter 4S8S. Lawsof

;JE't *pajrof\ ; good boots for interment work and the replacing from England taken with the stomach or with the 2330 Alameda avenue, Florida.

with'the corpse THE PHILOSOPHY OF LOVE. of one piece of steelwork' were record nervous system chill is easily taken corner Oakland.LIABILITIES Park. st, Notice Is hereby given that W. C.
: inspector of police in Scotland: has ed. In spite of these delays the bridgewas and, according to the weak spot of the Townsend, purchaser of Tkx Certificate

1 _,ea known to purchase of his own ac:. Love Is kindly and deceltlens.-Yeats.: linked up at 7 a. m. on April 1, Individual, assumes the form of a coldor -i I.-......... ? 'Nos.the 6th 108,day 114,of 115 June, 224, ,A.%34.D.%1904 41, dated, has

k ; '.ne.\Tpa of boots and to place Love can sun the realms rf night- 1905, or exactly forty-eight hours ear pneumonia or It may be jaundice. April 2, l Gt>, not yet computed. 'filed said certificates in my office and
:..in'.:the grave reopened for the Schiller. lier than had been estimated a year be- Of all causes,of cold probably fatigueis 'las made application for tax deed to
,-:0f murdered who fore.-Lieutenant Colonel Sir one of the most efficient A : ASSETS. issue In accordance with law. Said '
: a stranger Percy jaded
They do not love that do not show Cash .............. Nearly $18.00 certificates embrace the
Inadvertently interred bare-. Girouard in Scribner's. man coming home at night from a long Nerve ............. Over ( following: described
:1' their love.-Shakespeare. property situated in Marion
: day before. day's work a growing youth losing two Reputation ...... About .30 county Florida to-wit: Southeast
tl(;' wblcl1lkl'wlse! prevails: Love's a thing that's never'out of Cured Him. hours' sleep over evening parties two Energy and Possibilities.. 1000500.00 quarter of section 8, north half of

g the.TsIgiDes as well as In many season.-Barry Cornwall tHe "I wish my husband would not stay or three times a week or a young lady Fixtures 2 Fancy: 1 Vesta.Suit .Clothes 1 Plug southwest quarter, southeast quarter

'.: of Asia Is attributable to the be- that shuts out love It.: turn shall out at night said the little woman. I I heavily "doing the season." young children Hat (damaged).*.......... 15.83 southwest northwest quarter quarter of of northeast section U quarterof and

:2 ', ttietiaiess the dead are well shod be shut out by love.-Tennywn. "Cure him," said her companion "aa overfed and with short allowance section 35. township 12' south. range
The miracle of \ is the ,I Total ....................... ;ooo.m.uTAFT'S
i buried their ghosts come back to greatest eve a woman I know cured her husband of sleep, are common Instances of the 25 east and lot 4 of section %%. and 7.50
the'locality where they breathed. cure of coquetry.-La Rochefoucauld. who used to stay out every night One victims of cold. chains east and west on west side of
lot 1 of section 27, and lot 3 of
f 'In search: of a pair of boots. Love Is, master of .the west; It Is I night. he came In very ,,late or, rather-, Luxury Is favorable to chill taking. .;tion 27, and northeast quarter of south-sec-

e..sboes are popularly supposed to only fools that'defy him.-Thackeray.Love I, very early, about 3 o'clock in the morn Very hot rooms teather beds, soft COLLEGE CANE. .east quarter of section 35, township 13

: c.. '_deeded. ti> pass !in wmfort and never dies of starvation, but ing. He came home very quietly. In ,chairs, create a sensitiveness that leadsto south, range 25 east The said land be- s
Memento of Tale ClaM Rashes Presented tug assessed at the date of
-, ;the broad plains which the de- often of indigestion!-Ninon'de 1'EncloA.The l
7 ioal most traverse before It magic of first love Is the Ignorance 1 doorstep. Then he unlocked the door that is so much to be feared as the Eager to obtain some relics of his of J. B. Swan Swan & Henly. Mrs. S.
: .i reedf paradise. Among some na- that It can ever end.-Beacons- I and went cautiously 'and slowly up- antecedent conditions that give"the at B. \V. Morris F. B. Wood and un
.'t 1e8e-pbIDi are declared to 1* stairs on tiptoe, holding his breath. tack a chance of doing harm. Some .own college days In Yale nearly thirty known. Unless said certificates shall be .
field.Man's years ago Secretary of War WilliamH. 'redeemed according to law, tax deed
-tti with furzes, thorns and mo love is of man's lite a thing But light was streaming through the of the worst colds happen to those who Taft caused search to be made and :will Issue thereon on the 9th day of

'>whlie other! races say that they apart:, 'tis woman's whole existence. ,: keyhole of the door of the bedroom. do not leave their[ house or even their had the articles sent to his home in July, A. D. 1906.
t of burning sands. These plains: Byron.It With a sigh he paused. Then he open beds, and those who are most Invulnerable WItness my onlcial signature and
Washington the other day before he tsea.i ,
this the 6th day of June, A. D.
wing are popularly credited with ed the door and entered. His wife are often those who are mostexpos' ,
Is impossible to love a second time -left for Torrington, ConiL, says a New
fi sort of antechamber to hell: when we have once really ceased to I stood by the bureau fully dressed. d to changes of temperature and Haven special dispatch to the New :1906.SehL} S. T. SISTRUNK

': Is. torthls reason that the boots of'i4etidarecalea''heU love.-La Rochefoucauld.Wonderfnl'Memory.. ... ".'l.didn't.ex, tyou'd.be sitting up who ,by good sleep, cold bathing and York Herald. Clerk Circuit Court
shoes" In regular habits preserve'the tone of __ I" 6-8 C :Marion County. Florida. _
Nor for me, my dear. he said.. One souvenir the most highly prized
" f',.,.,:'8" d i1.,:Finland and Denmark. Balo".'. ; .. **-*! hav i 't been.- ? she said. 'I just their;nervous system and circulation. was the big "banger" which Mr. Taft 1 1I'I'r.

1j.:: ;" ,. Bulow had a wonderful memory,>as came In"myself.!". Probably many chills contracted held In one of the annual student class NOTICE.In .
at night or at the end of the
: : RII G'iWlk4 EYEG SSE.S. was evidenced by his astonishing feat MMBVM day. rushes when be was a member of the c -
, ':' of memorizing Kiel's concerto which Presence of Hind. when tired people get the equilibriumof class of 1878. It Is a heavy knobbed 1 the Circuit Court in and For Mar
;, Declares It aa Aggra the man who wrote It could not accompany Mme. Rachel the.great actress wasresting their circulation disturbed by either cudgel, not unlike President Roose-: ion County.-Florida.In .

':1i, ,:: '_ vated Otiease.4the without notes. His accuracy was alone in her dressing room one overheated sitting rooms or underheat- re t's "big: stick." : Re Estate of A. C. Johnson.

'. :common opinion that for almost,Infallible. He was once rehearsing night preparatory to going on the stage ed bedrooms and beds. This Is especially Another memento of value was 'agroup :- Notice is hereby given that on the

., 1l* 3 t' man with glasses on there1verer a composition of Liszt's for orches- when a man suddenly entered and the case with elderly people. In picture of the class of 1867, of e 5th day of December A. D. 1906
such cases the mischief is not !the undersigned administrator of the
drawing a dagger, said he was goingto always
penalty than for striking tra in that composer's presence without which Peter Taft a brother of Secretary -,estate of A; C. Johnson deceased' will
kill her'It she did not at done instantaneously or In a single /
.lDder similar circumstanceswhen notes. Liszt interrupted to say that a once consent Taft was a member. present my final return accounts and
. ,not. wearing glasses.. Careful certain note should have been played to marry him. The actress saw ata night It often takes place Insidiously, :vouchers, and apply for final dischargeas
however forth glance that the man was mad and extending over days or even weeks.- administrator of said estate.F. .
does not bring piano. "No, replied Bulow, "it Is Monks aa Chauffeur .
,: fi. > 11 provision" which declares sforzando." "Look add see" persistedthe meant what be said. So with the ut London Lancet The monks of the Grand St Bernard ;Administrator of M.the TOWNSEND.Estate of A. C. .

greater when the man who composer. Thescore was produced. most coolness she replied: "Certainly 1 '> will soon make their debut as chauffeurs -i' Johnson deceased. 6 1 SID

t wears glasses. The preva Bulow was right How everybody will marry you. I wish nothing better. Ji'tarhtl.c'tbe cO......, says the St Louis Post-Dis ; Martin May 28th, -906.
; Come with to the priestat, I Papua has swift,streanis well tock; '
of this <1ea'liI ofthe me once. ,
due no doubt, to did applaud! In the excitement one patch After a struggle lasting over a .
$tebabluty of the judge In such brass wind players lost his place. have had him come here for the pur ed with fish. An explorer tells of Pa- year they have received permission NOTICE.- ,

t !n j the convicted the extreme "Look for a b flat In your part. said ;:ose." She took his ami and they puan fresh water mullet which some- from the Valals and Italian authoritiesto In the Circuit Court of the Fifth JudIcial -
went out together-to where there was times weigh as much as fifteen pounds. Circuit of Florida in and for..
legal term for assault un Bulow. still without his notes. "Five run a motor car service between the t
- ,utDStanee. U "mayhem." measures farther on I wish to begin. assistance of course, and the man was "These fish are wonderfully providedby hospices of Grand St. Bernard and Marion County-In Chancery.
ITh' immediately put under arrest-Philadelphia nature with an appliance whichhelps -
: t the assailant has In one Simplon (their properties) and Domo- Thomas M. Wilson. Complainant vs.
them to combat the extraordI-
deprived his victim of The Word u..ph.1t.W'Ot dossola and Aosta. The chauffeurs will ;r. Mrs. Anna Lee Wallace Wadlow..
.' > defending himself. deceitful ancestry is the word"asphalt" nary currents. At one moment you be chosen from the monks themselves, and T. M.Wadlow, Defendants-
Deduction by Analogy. will see them being swept down resist- Order for Constructive
: an altercation from which a Apparently It means "not who will wear cowls. The cars wh'lchare
"Mamma. I's got a stomach ache.1 lessly but suddenly they shoot off .Into Service.
e !Ii
apt to ensue any one wear slippery." The Greeks themselves were being specially constructed to climb -
said Nellie Bly six old. the quieter water and attach themselves
JIIII llasGes__ Would be wise to remove tempted to derive "asphaltos" from years the steep gradients, will at the beginning It is ordered that the defendants
:' ,:' observed If ) make fall : Thaf because you've been without to the rocks by a strong sucker be for here named to-wit: Anna Lea Wallace
i possible, however, &, not and "sphaUo." to employed the transport of
lunch. It's because your stomach is near the mouth. There they hang just Wadlow and T. }f. Wadlow be and
WIf-,, .noticed It might act as a or slip. However,the::Word Is really of 'You feel Better supplies only. Later however, the they are hereby required to appear to
empty. would If you outside the current their tails moving
'V, to begin! hostilities. unknown barbarian origin Phoenician, monks Intend to start a service for the bill of complaint in this cause on
had something In it. gently with It and when they have recovered ,
r yt i 4uk that glasses would be a some say. Asphalt was In use very tourists who wish to visit their hos- or before ,
That afternoon the pastor called and their strength they make an- Monday, the 2d day of July 1906.It .
: : ,O t general protection In theseotter early in history. It Is said to have been pices in the summer season.
is further
In the course of conversation remarked other dash through the swifter wa- ordered that a copy of
t- take advantage on that the slime with which the infant Moses' that he had been suffering all day witha ters.." this order be published once a week
i but this is wrong, because no ark of bulrushes was daubed and headache."That's Cause of Demand For Jackdaws' EggsA for four consecutive weeks in the Ocala
t would! hold It worse to strike a which the builders of the tower of very severe demand has arisen in England torjackdaws' Banner a' newspaper published in said
because It Is empty said Observance of the Sabbath. county and state.
:r- Kith''glasses than one without Babel used Instead of mortar. Nellie. "You'd feel much better it you There was the minister of Tweeds- eggs owing to the discoverythat This 31st day of May, 1906.
: the assailant struck directly at had something In It"-American Spec mulr who on a certain Sabbath founda they can be substituted for plo (SeaL) S. T. SISTRUNK

dent's eyes, with the Intent to Butchery In War. tator. salmon stranded in shallow water vers' eggs as a table delicacy says a Clerk Circuit Court Marion County.
e!' maim him! cable from London Florida. By H. C. Sistrunk. D. C.
special dispatch
I- and whether one In one of the Du Guesclin's victoriesso and who being unable conscientiously 0. T. GREEN ComplalnantSolicitor.: .
-'. Plsowhere than on the eye1.1'"OUlt many English were taken captive Time For Weaning- ta take it, out on _such a day built a the New York Sun. Some connois 6.1 '

not enter the case at allCircularWeekly that even the humblest soldier among "I trust your honor 'will excuse me hedge of stones around it and. return- seurs declare that they are far su

.,. the French had one or more prisoners.The this time" said a habitual drunkardat ing on the morrow, claimed his prize. perior in flavor and never have the MASTER'S SALE.

-' victors, however fell to quarreling the police court "It Is my misfortune There was the old farmer who could acid taste that is noticeable in plovers' Under and by virtue of a final decree -

Spencer Traveled and, 'ill feeling becoming rife in -I am a child of genius." not go to the kirk because he had neg- eggs when laid in marshy ground. The rendered on May 28th. 1906. in a.

: Spencer. went on n the French army In consequence of "And what Is your age?" questioned lected to shave on the Saturday night yolks, although rather smaller, are suit wherein J. M. Meffert was complainant -
.taila'ar'journey these quarrels over the prisoners, Du the magistrate. more delicate, and the whites are and Wilton Myers, et ur.
it was his prac and he would not profane the day by were defendants, I, as specIal master
Qv" --reserved for him a first Guesclln ordered all the captives to be "Forty-two years. the use of any edged tool-Macmillan's equally transparent The growing appointed therein, will offer for sale

.' : f.rtmcnt.. Across the car- butchered, and the brutal order was "Then it is time you were weaned. Magazine. scarcity of plovers owing to the de- before the court house door in the city

', .'. .he_use:} to hare a hammock carried out You'll have to do ten days away from mand for their eggs In recent years of Ocala on Monday, July 2, 190S, between -
the hours of 11 o'clock and
a. m
makes the discovery welcome to hotels
which be traveled to avoid the bottle. A True Fish Story. 2 o'clock ip.tn. of said day, the follow- .
"". motion" and concussion. There A Cautious Lover.A Here Is a fish story told ,by a British :' and restaurants where jackdaws' eggs ingdescribed real property:
< thln. funny in the spectacle correspondent of the London Globe Such a Temper. nobleman: An Irishman bad caught a are now becoming a 'usual article on Lots 8 and 9. located In the south-

", atalttt t>Wlosopher traveling In tells of a gilded youth who left Instructions His Wife-But I don't think. George, big pike. Noting a lump in its stomach the menus. of west section corner twenty-six of the northwest township quarter 13

? lou,, and *:* It appeared to theo at a jeweler's shop' for the. Inscription that you ought to object to mamma. he cut it open. "As i cut it open south, range 21 east containing four
Witnessed the preparations of an engagement ring he had ; Why just think. If it hadn't been for there was a mighty rush and a flap Oar Great Old Country. acres more -or less. Surveyed by J. R.

.de partKre. The inquisttives@n Just bought He wanted it Inscribed. : her you would ne'ver have had me! Her ping of wings and away flew a wild Earthquake's Country keeps storm a-moving or battle's blast. Moorhead January 19th. 1905, in Marion -

....._ ..disappointed{ for a* soon a? "From Bertie to Maud.?' As he left he Husband-Huh! Don't try to excuse duck and when I boked Inside there Colors nyingfrom the mast: of as County may, be Florida.necessary or so to much satisfy there-the

; 08eiZN that te. was beingobhet turned back and added as an afterthought her by saying that: You make me hate was a nest with four eggs, and she Brave old ship sails sure and fast; said decree costs and expenses.W. .
got unsolicited atten- "I shouldn't-ah-cut""Maud her worse than ever.-Modern Society. bad been afther sitting on that nest" Hears the harbor bells at last; K. ZEWADSKt JR.

,. bould bout out in stentorian too deep, don't you know." Country keeps a-moving! Special Master.W. .
-the' Their Best K. ZEW ADSKL
: Porters-he used to have Shoe: Dg Preeoclty. Hear the thrilling story told. Complainant's Solicitor.
alter hm-"Draw down Cloae. "Didn't I understand you to say they "What is the result" asked the teacher "Country keeps a-movlng!" 6-1

.. She:-Do ,you know rve induced my keep a servant girl?" of the primary class In arithmetic Lightnings lash her thunders scold.
Fire and famine breathing bold.
T.' -' husband to give up cigars He-Is "'Certainly'not.. I said they try to. "when you put two and two. together! Earthquakes open gulfs of gold;
Jehas: t Mort is a heavy that sot_ Wen. I've known him for As soon as one goes they get another." "A kith." lisped the;,curly headed lit Country keeps a-moving e e -

,7,: ,,"' '=.,'&_,l-pp r.- seven years, and I: never saw him give Philadelphia Press. tie girl In the front row.-Chicago 6 TEtD
-_ Dauntless breast and arm of might.. nI'
r : "' up one.-Illustrate Bits. Tribune. I Country keeps a-moving! / l/cv evil
ea are.being 1 shipped from Speech is too often not as the Darkness, like a foe in flight BANK DEPOSIT -

'". .'.'a.Wet- It }JS the privilege of posterity to set Frenchman defined i!. the art of concealing There are many diversities of vice Sees her sword cleave through th* $5 AHA
:; \JUU R. R. Fare Paii Notes .
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'-..... --. matters right between those antago- thought. but of quite stifling but It is one never falling effect of It to night 7 takes on tuition. BEST
c' '. ve r and Dave are never nists who by their rivalry for greatness and suspending thought. so that thereIs lire displeased and discontented.-Sen- To Country the everlasting keeps a-moving light and cheapest on-earth Don't delay. Write -day..

-<'::..<, 4.'. divided a whole age.Addlson none to conceal-Cartrle. eca. :.:._ Atlanta Constitution [ GEOiGI4..tUBAMABUSIIIESS COLLEGE, acoa. Vc _

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'rjBEAVY SHIPMENTS SEASON' ARE IS ON. NOW '. ;" " " " " " ""r""t"" " " "t" "1" "

.Demand is Good-Scarcity of Crates ....
-* Reported-Prices Paid at Ship

{, '; ing Stations-Small. Sizes I f

\ \ are Scarce.

'7 i New York June 9.-The first heavy 4th'tom' BRON & BRO.

shipments of Florida pineapples were -- A

,received on the market this week. The 4F! --

ideal Is now on m full sway and local +s

$ : merchants who have agreements with ....
the growers have many cars rolling. !f'4F'- -
:. A fine demand ,is manifesting itself

oa the market The trade Is taking .
well to the pines now coming from ,
a : Florida because of their excellent quIty
?, The receipts this .week were over :: it : '

-ne-third heavier than last. The pre- ..... '. .". <.
; failing prices for the week were $2.50 ;- .,-,; -: "

,; for 24s, 30s for 36s and 42s. ..... .: \ <

The local trade Is predicting a 400- .( '. '
500 crate crop In the peninsula state, : \ ,. ", .-'- '-

Estimates have run considerably under "
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this but the latest Indications are the : Ocala Florida.
r .cost' favorable yet received Of ..- -
course an estimate can be by no -II
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means certain as Is evidenced by thelact .....
that some of the young fields in .... \ .

,the pine belt are showing 95 per cent ....
bloom and on the contrary some of -- ...
'the older crops are running as low as -- ...

25 to 40 per cent of the plant which -..

:'' -will bear. : ;. ': .0' ''.,;. :;.;' .,.:' .'. : ... L. .... .' :.. ..;';i $ '" ,'-.. 3.3 ... .' :. .' .'. .' .."'.':' : .:;.' '.;..: ;., .,;:.'."." "-. :
Prices this week paid In the growing .... 4 .

sections were $1.50 to $1.75. Out- ..... ; '

Mown buyers are requesting delivery ..... '.
either at the shipping station or --- .' y --: ....

t& their own point. The Packer man : ",. ..". : ,.,':,'i, '.:::.. '::..). ,:" _.: ."." ...
aw a wire from a prominent shipperto -- : ;. .,-, f. -" ... _" .#,<0,, .......
.... .::; ;:: : ..
a local house this week which said -i' .
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a. scarcity of crates was felt already. ..... "f ...
The shipper sakI"that his next shIp- .
-- .. ..
ri v .
spent would be In' lettuce crates. Itaas ? ""-*i
reported here that because of the -**"-'q",' xriV *-'l.. >

low prices of crate manufacturers did / : '

not make up large quantities.. This TO DE ALERS ONLY .
condition, however cannot be verified :
and most of the merchants said that'their
-- .....
shippers had stored a sufficient ..... .;, .....
supply of crates, early In January and i 1'i \ .:...

.February. ..... .-. .......
Pineapples will run to larger sizes ; .: -\ ....
:: .. .
this year than usual. This is speaking '. :
.. \-
;f (or' the crop as a ;whole, as there will ; .' =:
.... i .: '
be few extreme sizes. Climatic conditions I ,: :;:. ....
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have been generally favorable
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to a large growth and the supply f' .
I -of 24s will be heavy ;well as ISs. The "' .'. ,

shipments of 36s will be light and as a : ';r
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7. < ;- .,' ,
consequence merchants believe there .. : -c;' "i--
will be a universally good demand for : WhenlolNeedOf I v. .

JOss and 36s.

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Supreme Court Decision. I .

In the Supreme Court of Florida, DivIsIon :. :. '.-
B-January Term A. D., 1906. : ,

Florida Packing and Ice Company, a ', ..
corporation Plaintiff in Error vs. >

Ephriam L. Carney. Defendant in '

Taylor Error, J.Marlon County. : t GROCERIES GRAIN: ,

License taxes-Dealers defined-Taxes :

unauthorizedly collected may be recovered ; .'" ,
.from Tax Collector-Fresh, -' .
.distinguished from cured meats. I ''..' '.
'. ,. t : ;
1. Where a tax collector transcends -M
Ills authority, and by the seizure, detention ,: .t. .. .e.--J....':'. '

and threatened. sale of prop- : ; &. : : ; : :
erty, forcibly and against the consent : (: .L ;

and protests of a. party, collects from ::t ... '.'. .
1dm a sum for taxes which such party !-;: V'i : :
;was under no legal obligation to pay, -- .,; oO.. ::._.: j::f .
and was In no way legally liable for ;::: \",:: v. JC ; '" >10;. ---
: .
-- :: .
or subject to and which such officer ..... .' /: -' "'' "', OR: : :FEEDSTUFFj.: ; ; .: '. : -41....

bad no legal authority to demand orcollect >: i '>{
from him. such party has the / : -
.:' right to use such officer Individually ...... '"_.'!'..;,,'1 ,... ,.' ......,.
...... ... 1,.
for and to recover of him the sum 1' '. : :. .......
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with interest so wrongfully collected) j. V i : : -4
2. -- \ -: -\* /.. ......
Under the provisions of the following ... '' .
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section .16 of chapter 5106 Laws ...... "'"", J ;- "v. _
** / :_ ,:;' ,. _
of 1903: "That all wholesale dealers : -/ /? -
in fresh meats packed or refrigeratered 2:1' .: c : > ";: ;
shall pay to the state a license tax ofone i }-

hundred dollars in each county : : ; > I

and for each place of business," the '; ; '.; :

word "dealer" does not comprehend aperson --:-......-- .,-", ** :':, '. ._ ;. ,.. ..t.. ,._.._
-who merely buys a commodityand ;. >-, Us Your Order. ,.> ... ,_ .'. '. ," :; ",
.. _
;;:1: ..". -. ....>. ;. > .'' ". ," .,. :,,.
then sells it :: !I
one who buys lumber; such with example which he as :: '';;' :<" ? ',. .::-,.. '.' [-J, y'"" ;1:,' I
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manufacturers furniture or any other : ,:-'f.f; ;l
... ,,... : : ,.
useful commodity that he sells cannot 1';: : ,, ...
'- ;= "; ,." .j. 7' P" o ,'" .8> ", '. ;'. : ..,
;: .
be- termed a "dealer In lumber." The 4111I-...... ","-',.''>., ; of. "' ", .'> ..' ,: ',-,"o' ", .. ;.: ;:: _I fc Yf? _
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true meaning of the word "dealer" asit .... 'f ......X:>-. ". ::; jo.J _
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Is used in this statute Is < :
one ...... ,. .. :. ; '{;: -4
habitually and constantly as a business '< .:..5'4; ..... : "
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deals in and sells any given com- --- ,'.'.:.t.,;.'_... ',/ .,. 3;::" .. i --4__
modity, and a wholesale dealer there -- .< .' '., .!..*1"4y. *>" _
in comprehends one who sells In large ::=:. ':.. "' "

> or wholesale Quantities as contradistinguished .-.... '" : ', ..
Prompt Low ;
Delivery at t Prices.1i:
L from one who sells in small .-..... ;;. -': :
lots at retail. '
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3. The tax ''' ''. "
section of 't. .
Imposed by 16 .
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Chapter 5106 Laws of 1903 is upon the <. ', 'f;."',. '

4whole 1,. Whether a1e dealer the same in "fresh"be either meats"packed on.-. ------- ... !"" .. ,:,X>. ./":'./..:;" "!"<..,....,,., .......:4.....,

-- ..,.'- '.. ..
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or refrigerated" It must be, at the ___ t .., -.. ; '."':.',',.:
time that he sells it in the ordinary ,.. :' .-,, <' :
--- .....' .
of his
course business in that state .. -
where it can properly be termed "fresh : > .....

meat cured"or as salted contradistinguished meats..in order to from ren- b ; We Self to Dealers O' ; ,0'

der him liable to occupational tax imposed Only.AP'PLE' :

.. by said section. *j2rjvair ;;" I
4. Meats konwn "cur .,'.'::'j
technically as .. '
.-1:.<'.. ., 1
.ed. from having been treated with :....""\ -4 ;
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fresh and natural condition for long
periods in a low temperature either
natural or artificial, quickly spoil, become tI4
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tlub'e<;ted to high or even mean or ordinary -- 4.
temperatures. It fc upon the .". 1:4
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commodity that the said section 16 of ..-- -4

Chapter 5106 ,Laws of 1903 Imposesthe --- .....
license tax and not upon the dealer -4.
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Judgment reversed: ..... ....4till
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# Lt. A. Burford for defendant In er-

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