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 22, 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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.. The marriage of Miss 'tmaa Richardson -

:- and Dr. Lucian Frederic Bla- The handsome auditorium cf the pwa '

.. .. ; lock, which occurred Thursday evening Christian church was a scene of love. ;
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'.' June 14, at the borne of the bride's liness on the evening of June 14th, '

':. uncle, Mr. Joseph M. Walter, ,on Columbia when the Nurney-Smyth nuptials were "

-ANDPHOtOORAPIC- avenue was one of the most solemnized amidst beautiful surround- Was born while Ocala was ,Busted and .iBankless., .

r attractive The lower of floor the season.of the beautiful new ings.The color It Grew Because \\ Filled a 'Press 1g' Need. It .
scheme r
was green and

GOODS home and with was its thrown baadsome into one stairway/which: large room hite-palms, ferns and yards of >Thrives because it is Conducted JOT the Good of pOthers

seemed especially planned for the descend s milar, and masses of white sweet as well as its Owners.

Y 4 of a bridal. party, made a spacious peas' and white wedding bells being "

and lovely 'auditorium for- the used with artistic effect Just before MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
ceremonial for which ft was then being the altar which was banked to the ,

AT THEP'SST. used. The walls were festooned in ceiling with palms and white flowers, 'BANKERS.t,

smilax and palms and ferns were In were three green and white wreathed

; OFFICE abundance. Huge bowls of summer arches, through which passed festoons Oca aFIa.:, ,
: DRUG STORE flowers lent the necessary color. An of smilax and sweet peas and"bells. -- r I

improvised altar before which the An orchestra, consisting of Professor .

couple stood, 'was constructed in the Wilber organist; Miss Helen Sherwood .
; c south end of the drawing room, and Quimby, final violin, and Miss -

was beautifully decorated with smilax Florence Titus, second violin, renderedthe I

ferns and palms.. Lighted tapers bridal chorus from the "Rose c PITOL$5O,000-
t gave the altar a solemn aspect. Maiden" just before the bridal party

Promptly at 8:30 o'clock Mrs. Mary entered.At .

: Prescriptions Carefully Filled Madden wedding played march the and first the notes bridal of party the Bridal 8 Chorus o'clock, from as the Lohengrin strains of rang the THE CENTS L NATION L BANK,,

proceeded, down the stairs. Three Kt- : out the bridal party entered 'in the ,

----. -.--. -, -- tie girls Julia Running Mary Candler following order: OF OCALA,

-x v;TfltfENlNGS t ABOUT TOWN. Major C. H. Schneker went down to and Ednee Wells were fee ribbon The ushers Messrs. George W.Nur-

;tj%,.."'":.:..G:: : S --- Woodmar Tuesday afternoon. girls and Dame first to make the aisle. ney Jr.. John P..Lee Henry Land and will meet you with a spirit of liberality in business deal- .-
The bridesmaids: came tn couples Edward Cotten, in opposite aisles take :

tt;iXi.,t! the F s, L. Watson of Cltra. was .Mr. Thurlow Bishop went down to Maizie Thompson, with Mtss Katherine ing their places under the three ings,_ that you will forget that "Corporations have no ) '.
Monday on business.
McCaHy, and Miss Jennie "
-l'If Louise
arches the
or { Dunne ,Qn yesterday afternoon. ; groomsmen, Messrs. S Souls.
-< *; Powell with Miss Irene 'Nofcrn.. They Brookes Parham Murray Priest and
/Mr,. F-.R Smith and family, of ,
||;?>O n,t,'-were. doing their iSOO in&ain Mr. Britt Sanders of Hernando was were gowned in white batiste claire Dr. J. E. Rawles. All of the ushers and Your money with us when you DON'T need it;

.. Saturday. visiting his Ocala relatives Tuesday. with pink carnations. They wore groomsmen wore evening dress with our money with you when you DO need it. ,
wreaths of white In
,: sweepeas their pearl white ties and gloves, and '

"7't"W.; Jtr. Jtelph T.; Birder, of Macon Don't forget the baseball game this baiT Mr Joseph M. Walker the aunt boutonnieres of white sweet peas.

;''?6tJr)8: ;the guest of Ms uncle- Mr. W. afternoon. Let's have a big crowd of the bride, was matron of 'honor, The bridesmaids. Misses Em Holland The Central National Bag, of Ocala.
,:.O' : and .was handsomely: gowned hi a ;Jessie Nurney and Daisey Nur- ,
:li..Jewett.,. j .and family for a shoat visit present .
-- cream silk mull with
*. valencInennes ney, gowned in "Princesse" robes of .
: '1": G tr.UI Mrs. Kenneth McPhereon, Mrs. Stewart and Miss Clara Belle lace. She, carried ,white carnations: and white embroidered Paris mull carrying -

';. et tak land: are the guests of Mrs. Stewart. of Anthony are the guests wore white sweet peas in her hair j shower bouquets 'of white peas 1
.:''aiePtierwn'e parent's Mr. and Mrs. B. of Mrs. W. E. Hutson. The maid of honor Miss Maybel and maidenhair ferns. Each maid Mr. Leroy_ Giles Entertains His

':.i,''<&'-.S Seymour., Wilkerson came with the brother of wore a ,dainty pearl pin, the gift of FriendsAt "
.. -. Miss Amelia Ch* bride Mr. Ercel Richardson. She the bride and took her place beneaththe rING' :
Buck of Lake. is
i\, ,. ;;(i piy;Horace Reeves, of Levoo, wasWtor the guest of her sister, Mrs Carl City, N. was exquisitely gowned in white net flower hung arches! in the order the 'bea.utifuI"and snacious residence I
*. ,In Ocala Monday He was over cream silk. She carried pink andwhite named. of Mr. J. It. Jiles on :Lake Lucerne .

;:t; ;IB:"ticelleot ;spirits.end was looKing I Kirkland at the Ocklawaha Inn. carnations tiled with pink cull The maid of honor. Miss Therese there is' DQW' and will be 'in

., '-r.' and wore pink and White progress for a full week, a delightful.
*"**" I Railroad Commissioner-elect Hon. swetpeas: in Nurney the sister of the bride attired
&v & her hair. house party extended: : by Mr. Leroy
Newton A. Butch was a ,prominent Preceding the bride was I in pink flowered chiffon, over
,BllJOss; AKa Pearson and her guest Giles'to his friends whose
visitor to the city Tuesday. Master Joe Walker, a cousin of the taffeta with trimmings of ribbonette names appear Ii
.]:sueMamle''' : Wilcox; spent Saturday8unday' I bride bearing Ate ring on a herein. This is an event long Have Now in Stock r

-....." : with ,friend at Crystal. I The Norfolk (Va.) Landmark is pillow The bride came down Ion bouquet looked forward' to with: great expecta- the.Most
,tfirdid laces of pleasure by these! Complete Line of
the of her young gentlemen
amusing itself over the words "ululat arm uncle air JosephM. ferns; just preceding the bride came
''-0 ing" and "enucleation"Mr Walker, and was mot at the altar her ring bearer, Jack Nurney, bearing who celebrate thus once each RINGS
,Airs NathanMayo and their at their several that On Be Found
by the groom with his best man. Mr.J. on a silver salver the wedding ring. year residences in : II
fewaao,' Nathan, ;iMaytv' 'JT, of Robert Holly, of Connor one K Rte ardson. The bride gowned in 'a creation of rotation.? '
.,;'f:,.Jllliniew,'PtM. S1mda.y.1n Ocaa the of Marion county's pioneers was in L Dr. John E. Whine performed the white embroidered chiffon cloth built That their "great: expectations1! win Anywhere .
-o1; Mrs.. Mayo'a pairents.. Dr. be fully :realized hi this instance ,
c the city Tuesday transacting business. ceremony i jjn! a midst impressive man on chiffon over taffeta. with real lace goes
: Call
,w'fI.. W.,. Vi, N .-som.At The without saying. and See,Them. .
\ ner. picture made by the bridal and silver trimmings, entered leaningon
d...' Mr, Harry Stalberg of Those In attendance
formerly are Byron
party was pretty indeed with the the arm of her father, Mr. George
: ",-1 I pdErTiL- Misatesrppi, formerly a Ocala now of Dunnellon. was here on sweet, young bride as central figure. W Nurney. West, Jacksonville; Oeco Zewadski, .

;,-1." I..of.1' ,Dunoelton,. is!: Jni the state. a business visit Tuesday. She looked lovely in toer girlish; beauty She wore an accordion oleated veil Guy Zew mdski. Ocala; H. LeRoy Tay-

...thsbenett of bt? .'health" and to gowned in :a white messaline: silkmade of chiffon, edged with real lace caught lor. Ga'inesvilleq Angus Birdsey. Macon ,!EIhIF -
:oia. visit <110,'tliJe Mr. E. C. Hood, of Havana, Cuba,
., :, ( city. 1Ih Ga.; T7m. B. Whitney, Fernan-
princess- rose applique and
,[ with a crown of lilies of the Talley.bride's ,
a former Ocalaite passed through the dina; Alva Herzog, Savannah, Ga.-
$ colored; baseball ;ia.y.eia lace..Her veil Was caught with a spray roses and lilies of the valley. In
of city Tuesday on his1 wa.y home from Orlando Reporter-Star. "
of .orangeblossoms, making. softframe
deference to the old superstitition
t'ent.up to
yester- a visit to relatives in Georgia.
around her dainty face, She blue" she her
"something wore as only
tha-t city yeaber day Presbyterian Swap Social at Mrs.
Imecaead'wn carried bride wees. ornament necklace the gift
a sapphire
,W90 p&ay ,a game Miss Helen Martin of Brooksville Anderson's.
.",.If,, (tb1.. afternoon. I passed through Ocala Tuesday afternoon After congratulations, refreshmentswere of the groom. -
,1- .; '" served. The brae was met at the altar- by The mon1h1! i Presbyterian social' -
her to Gainesville to
on ,
(A 'W; Long, of Mantel, was attend the normal way school Misses May Harvey .and Augusta the groom accompanied by his brother heM on Monday afternoon :Mrs. R. L.' Fred -Weihcff 1

., .--;.t. ttlY'-,M< 4ay [TOoroling on iris Holloway presided at !the punch bowL Mr. James C. Smyth>who acted as Anderson being, the.. cordial hostess..
...t .TaiiaJassee to attend the Mrs. Blatock is of a brunette' type, best man. guests were ,
'.,. ." < good Mr James R. Hewitt, returned home The: entertained on the Tie Jeweler
: 'M g..wm14 ;. Tuesday afternoon from a few days' charming rn cl".a.ra.c1'era.nd her amiable The simple and solemn service of handsome Lawn: and''they spent an '

.4 i $ddrws- before the association visit to Orlando Bradentown and St. disposition Iras won for :her hosts the Christian church was impressively: unusually pleasant afternoon together.The L ", '4 .I'
"- -_ !.. of friends who win always regret her read by Dr. W. W. Staley the pastor. ,
., ,'n ,( ft Petersburg. social was in the, nature of a ---"" .
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j absence from their circle "
During the ceremony the orchestra "swap"party, each guest bringing a -
tt .f ufla U attaetiTe; Miss Maggie Leigh of Tampa and Dr.. Blatock is well koaowin here,having played softly "0 Perfect Love;' and package winch they swapped, to some Mr and ,Mrs. James A. Harriswho

I t SanJ!Bitfield/ Miss Louise Peek of'Starke, are been graduated two years ,,ago fromthe as the familiar notes of Mendelssohn's one, who in 'turn swapped it to someone have been reBidinr In, GUuddsviaei'

; :akin! the.,
.." Roc,IIn, Atlanta, Consrtitu- the Epworth League conference. his stay in Ocala has gained a large the bridal party left the 'church and a good deal of fun and at the ccociu- eighteen' months,:ere JMXW at Pana-
.M" ;$.' circle of Mends who wish him a long went to the home of the bride's parents stan of the! afternoon+ it was found soffkee th-etfr former toonne. They have

.t'aT?- Mr. ,J, M. Neely returned to his abd happy life. / where an informal reception to that the prize. six: beautiful linen returned to Florida; for the purpose ofpacking

TOUHama.was toted beforeAuliock home at Ocklawaha on the afternoon Dr. and Mrs. Blalock left on the the family and bridal party was ,held. handkerchiefs, hat been swapped' (their furniture, 'baring add

Mwaday...f or eteal- train Tuesday, after a short visit in midnight train for a bridal trip and The bride's going away gown was a Mrs, Clifford> L. Anderson.The *b' 4r ftne orange grove property located -

;I! ls'as'iow ). gTjiKy and fined Ocala. will be at home after July 1, in Ocala, tailored suit of Oxford Tweed with nos&eas was assisted by Miss oa Panasofffcee fake to Mr. J. N: -

: &eoeta. vf four, tnootha in tow Fla. collar and cuffs of blue embroidered !Mary Anderson' and.. Mrs. Clifford An- Stapobtetr whois representing somewealthy
;camps..fiad&r.. ., Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Neville and The out-of-town guests' were }Ofr, linen. Mr and Mrs. Smyth left on the !derson. gentlemen of New York Boston

-J :.i:..''1i1.".' ._. _, ; children, of --Dunnellon are visiti n8parents BSaJock' of Madison, Fla., the Norfolk and Western" 9:15 train for a Ice cream and cake was served on and Toronto. These gentlemen will

:B. of" Lake City! as- friends and relatives in Tampa for of the groom; Mr. J. P. Richardson Canadian and western trip. On their !the dawn, and the ,afternoon was a convert the property into a fine game _
......", state auditor is.to Ocala and few days this week.. of Boardman. Fla.; Miss May return they will reside in Norfolk .deBghtful sucoeee. preserve and: for! this purpose will develop -

..,M' lytmstehr 'the- :,cite Dor bel,Wilkerson' of Marion, Ala.; Miss where Mr. Smyth is engaged in busi *t into something tnagnlflcent.

4''', t,9! .He .1oWdng'oTer" ; r Mrs. M. E. Smith, of Sarasota, formerly Mary Bull of Ocala, Fla.' and Miss ness. Editors To Meet at Jamestown. Mr and Mirs. Harris win probably

; <: of our county officials. of this city and of Anthony is Mary LAI Beckham, of Concord Ga.- The' many rare and costly wedding .spend a few days ia Ocala before they

,-i ,J-_ now on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Atlanta! Constitution. gifts were a tribute to the love and The national Editorial association .return to ttoe north.!

tdIIeoumor, of, Ocala. formerly Rivers at Starke. esteem in which the young couple are which met at Indianapolis Ind., last
t l-Wlbon, of this city, is.. Tis- Quiet Wedding. week, decided to hold :the convention Ocala' and the Stetson Shoe.

':jt Springs, after spending Mr. J, G. Grantham of Sparr a held.Among the out-of-town guests were: next, year at Jamestown, Va. Ocala Is -
,,tIme tn, this prominent merchant and member of Mr. Frank C. Hughes and :Miss. F. The oonv+eritlwelected, the Hollowing making a Wg reputationon
: city the guest: of Mr. B. Smyth of Alliance, Ohio; the! Stetson shoe. In
,- .--I4 a COy Cor, In TimesMt the school board spent Monday and Nannie :Martin were quietly married I Mr. and Mrs Clarendon Williams Mr. officers: President John E. Jun- and towns iq 'ti."le all other cfties
Tuesday in the city. at' the home of the bride at SilverSprings kin Sterling Has.? first vicepresident United.: States it is
'1i' -. W. C. Corbett 'of Portsmouth Va.; aoM- for five doJlans, but 4n
Ocala tt
Sunday. B. N. C. :
,- E. Varner Lexington ;
and Mrs. W. C.
Mr. Cobb Mr. and Mrs.
: ': .! of Valdoeta 'presiGeorgia The Live Oak delegates Jo the Ep Mr Hughes is a valued employeeof L. B. Dodson, Messrs. Murray Priest second vioe-preeident, Will H. Mayes, is sold for the low'price of ihre dol-
is QIe conference in this city the Ocklawaha Lumber Tea third vice- lars. Ocala merchants know how to
., ,: senate and owner ,worth League Company and James Smyth Mr. and Mrs. A L. Browowood ; preei- do.
> West, ,mm at Levon. -was' In [are Dr. Fred Pasco, Rev. and Mrs. J. and his bride is an attractive young Jones Miss Louise Jones of Norfolk; dea t,. Avery C. Moore Weiser Idaho; things.If
'" s Miss Mattie Leslie and lady of that section William A. you want a Stetson shoe, come
erda7 and was a guest e'House t P. 'Hilburn Mr. Brookes Parham, of North Carolina corresponding secretary: to Ocala for fL.
,' .: He bas just sold ,the Miss Vivian Evans. This paper joins their friends in ; fir and Mrs. H. L. Trotman of Ashbrock Johnstown, 0.;: recording -

,come: Live Oak patties. : Wheeler has-accepted a wishing them a married life filled with Churchland Va.; and Mr George secretary J. W. Cbckrum Oakland Gov. John Path Ohio 1-1
W. V.
Mr. every happiness.Miss City! Ind.: ; (treasurer, William A.
at his
of White Fla.SuffolkNews home
at Camp Springs near Cincinnati, Monday
of the bookkeepers
( position as one
.ii; E. Mtckter, of Daytona, Bank. Mr. Wheeler is Lou in Norfolk (Va.) Landmark. Steele Seattle Wash.ForeSmith. afternoon at half-past four o'clock. It
..ot she Florida the Commercial Mary Hatchett of West
Conference of Mr..J. C. Wheeler of this Palm Beach who the was thought that the governor was im-
., .:League a brother as guest of Miss
boe.rd. arrived 1n Death of Mrs. Hayes at Silver Spi. gs. proving and his death came
as a great
).Monday city. Louise Scott for the past two weeks -
eftwmoOQ to be pres- .......... ---- shock. Governor Pattison who
r U1 Epworth League conferMeadows has been one of the most popular :Mrs. J.. M. Hayes, after: a short illness On the 18th day of June, 1906. Mr. was a
will be
:;i : Mrs. W. R. Bridgington. Mrs R. G. visitors Ocala has ever entertained[ died at her home at Silver Peter Paul Fore and Miss Carrie A. succeeded by Andrew

Frisbee Jr., Miss Emma Tarratus and left Tuesday afternoon for: her home.MiSs Springs Monday night. Smftih drove *o too residence of Rev, L. Harris the republican lieu

.F, of MonitgomMtsa !!Miss Ruby Register. of HiddlebrooS Hatchett and Miss Scott were Mrs. Hayes was the wife of one of I. W. Ogle at No. 208 North Magnolia tenant-governor of the state.

barly Senella HessE0haa I I are' among the Epworth, Leaguers attending roommates at Washington Seminary, the attaches of the E. P. Renty Lumber street Ocala, Fla. and 'Were by Mss Sara Agnew, who has l>eeapracticing

been on visit : the. conference. Atlanta the past year and are keeping company at Silver Springs and Mm united in the holy elate: of anat- f, her profession as a trained
;-Mr, a most 'delightful manner of about of She is have the well wishesof
and Mrs. C. R. Hen up was fifty years age. rimony. They nurse in various parts of the state, Is
.gone to Asheville N. C-, Mr. Albert Anson Graham returnedto the strong friendship they formed at survived by her husband and several their many friends. May they live now enjoying her vacation with her
Bonnier Ocala Tuesday after an absence of school. children, to whom this paper extendsits and labor ito bless mankind.A. sister Mrs: J. Carstens, and her
fy'b !a.couple of weeks at Tampa. St. Petersburg condolences. FRIEND.G. father Mr.E.
ewtati with Mr L. J, Brumby editor of the Farmer : W. Agnew at the Ag.neW'
Plummesy of Anthony, and a few days spent ; <(-- home Amoskahegan Tower on
Monday, the guest relatives at MarteL and Fruit Grower has returned Dr. Gullette ol Zolfo, Is in Ocala -W. Neville; cashier of the Dun- Lake Weir. .

ffi 'nTla'wt Mrs. Bdd. CarB .- after having spent' a week at the beautiful the guest of Mr. C. Carmichael. Dr. nellon bank, spending several daysin ..-,_ ,

.- -. 'j. s (turning borne .tro m i Mrs. F* E. }Iaskel1.t .of Weirsdale Wekiwa Springs recuperating.He Gullette is likewise a friend of Sheriff Tampa. He has invested some Rev Frederick Pasco, D. D., editorof
ty!' mere ire preached on '[was shopping in Ocala Tuesday. Mt s. gained'severa.f pounds in weight Henry Gordon of this city; and Marshall money in Tampa real estate and is the Florida Christian Advocate and

+ Haskell had not been, to Ocala"since and is looking ever so much better: hear, of Dunnellon. and has much impressed with returns upon his i president of the Florida State Epowrth

V :last summer and het Ocala friends He enjoyed his week's outing Im been on a visit to them also. He will investments. ,Mr. .Neville will spend i League, is being entertained duringhis

s } Anderson, representing I hope for more frequent visits fromher. mensely. The heavy and continuousrains leave in- a few days for his former several days here.. He accompanied stay in Ocala by Mr. and Mrs.
Roq 'zGt'iger AleCompanyi ? do not put those springs out of- the ,_ Tribune
1--> home in Alabama to spend summer by his family Tampa Frank Harris.
a '- ;'Moiiday.%i'th ttleVest '... 4*V M| Viav HBBVMH *WH WB M**, business, as it does some others, andit En route he will stop a few day; I

% *&* &tn.rT a 5ei|are ::} iss* Nellie Cooler and Miss Mil is safe to go there at any season. with friends at Marianna,' Fla While jumping off a moving train .- ,Miami was visited-uy a severe storm
"CK Ht a sruvaK Ff Seitpanenalisnan. died Martin twcf very attractive young .. at, Cornell -Monday night a colored Saturday night and Sunday. The E. L.
7A aei 8pe "; .t ladies of Brooksville, are attendingthe Dr. D, A.. ...Smith, of. Anthony a Mrs. D. S, Anderson, and children man fell and broke his leg. He is.now Brady brick, warehouse was completely .

w Y... .& ,Banner'ai"ineadi.v Epworth League' conference.. this prominent Confederate veteran was have returned home from their visit at the Marion County hospital, where wrecked and a good deal, of other _
city .0> among our visitors en Tuesday to Lake Weir.. he is receiving medical attention. f .
-:. .., .. ; I damage was done. '. :-/
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3!: IS OUR, .GOVERNMENT JUST TO _IMPORTANT_ SCHOOL- recommend that the interest DRAIN ,S. A. I.SPECIAL -
,:; ::: ,ITS WOMEN? school requires: change of .
: -- Increase In Some ,,}Iaries. GLADES. -
j $17.70-ASHEVILLE. N. C
'- ,and upon the tendering of Editors Opposed to Change In Postal ; re-
,:,: The death of:Dr, Mary Putnam :Ja- Others-New Schools To, we will appoint one 'to. Washington- June 20.( -Senator Frazier. Law Affecting Newspapers. I torn.. Tickets on sale June 14, is

: 'cobi, one.of the most honored women Others To Be : and IS, with final limit June
of Tennessee this week made a 27.
The Illinois Press Association in an
4: -: of New,'York city calls to mind..her'I further That we do not determined effort in'. the senate for an I17JO-ASHEVILLE' NN. C. ani :re-
,, .Ocala, Fla., June nual session in Chicago.last week decided -
$ 'eoq ent'appeal' before the constitutional wise to 'the appropriation to the turn. Tickets on sale June 28, 37 :
appoint of permit government
The board of public' & to use every means In its'power '
convention of New ,York state and 28, with final limit :
and for Marion county, of said complaint against R. to make a survey of the everglades to get.congress to refrain from, chang- July u.
'in 1894. .behau; of the, tights of the l SOn. {8i20 Portland, Ore., and return Tick..*"
; the Isth. day of June,. 1906 : ing the present arrangement under
-Florida. The bill
.- .women other state...She said in'part: further That the percipi- ; eta on sale June 17. to 21,, Inc! .
session for the of handled the
which are by
: "All women-no matter how wellborn ''purpose of public instruction in- tated a heated debate and in the end newspapers [ sive, with final limit of sixty tbj.
the expense of operating postoffice departmentCircular
it how well educated, how Intelli was 'referred to the regular calendar i from date of sale. '
to ascertain and
: of the county for,the term of recommend 25 of the postal departmenthas -
? 'gent; how'rlchhow' serviceable to the, 1907, and making a proper person to where it will probably sleep und stur- caused much': anxiety to the hun $19.30 Nashville, Tenn. and "
-have been rendered the political -: Tickets on sale June 12 ;
.state 18. n 'I
each school in the county ordered that the county com bed. The measure was reported out of dreds of members of the association, ,
inferiors of all men, no matter July 5,' 6, and 7, limited fifteen di
be <
the appointment of ask&l to make a six- the committee on agriculture and forestry and the editors decided to take thematter' .
how base born, how poverty-stricken, from date of sale. Tickets
business for school purposes for the and carried the national convention may ,
transactsuch.other an appropriation of at
: how ignorant, how vicious how brutaL up extended to Sept 39.{ by d
of ::
1906 and 1907. pos z
come before it.: year $IOOOto\ cover an extension of the of the press association in Indian pOUs. -
Thepauper in the mshouse may ing "with special amt and !
f G. S. .Scott, hairman, B. was- authorized survey which was for the purpose of pay
_ Vote; the lady who devotes herself fee of 50 cents. ;
habit- and J., S. ,Grantham were ber the fclw-ola of the coun- determining the feasibility and cost They will also try to interest tie I I
to that almshouse made OmahaNeb... and
getting $41.05 return. Tk
one school will not have
Each school was taken up of draining this great swanp. It developed press associations of other states.
able may not. The tramp who begs eta on sale July, 10, 11, and 1i
as a chool and another
considering the enrollment in the debate that the ever position is that the annual deficit of '
; cold ,vtua1stnT the kitchen may rote;; with final limit July 18.
a district which is not the
age attendance, of last .term, glades comprised about 2,000,000, acres $13,000,000 in that department of the Exte3
the.heiress who feeds him and endows most district schoo's. sioa may be obtained to An15Uv ,
present condition of' that title to this 'devoted to the
not: Communities the vast strip of marsh national postoffice
university! may by depositingticket aad ja4
convulse salaries for the,following of teachers was does not lie with the state of Florida, handling newspapers ,and periodicalsis
are'agitated and legislatures ,
reduced month stated up and most of those al but with the national caused illigitimate use oC the Ingfeq.t,5,0.ceIlts. :
\ of per as : government by :
to devise to secure the right !
means $1S.25MoteteiTenn.. and ret
: Buck Pond. :$10 Candler : and a few others Galllnger of New mails :that .are not ii:
: 'And ; Hampshire was the by publications -" : :
suffrage to the illiterate voter. but 'Tickets physicians, tra, $5; Linadale, $5: f o many requests chief opponent of the bilL It was intended sarictly speaking,. newspapers.J. .
the writerS. Aug. 16 and 17. with final hi
I teachers th T- wives A I d' daughters) $5j; Shiloh; |5;, Ft, McCoy, to wait on the their board rec that this mosey should be with- M; Page editor of the Jerryville August 3L

'and companions ;of;the,;best 'educated hamville, $5; Eaton Creek, $ were before drawn from the reclamation fund and, Democrat, active in tliagitation for Tenn.
ns. $18.25 Monteagfe, and
following colored: schools: appointments were post- the New England senator declared i better regulation of the posoffice department res
state left in silence
men in the are Tickets on sale June 29. 39,
Mt. Tabor $5; Elmwood, the first Monday. in July, that if the bars were let down for ; urged his associates to use lu1l-!
blotted out, swamped obliterated, behind I 3 and 5, with final limit Aug 3L
all will be
time places filled
besotted ley Chapel $5; HogtPond $5 this class of legislation.every state in all their influence to get the governmenf -- j

:; this'cloud the of often igno ters, $S; Magnolia, $5r Mt. board unless by .special re the union would demand that its I to jdiicfimfaiate: asj to. Tales, 'betweeaTnewspapers $18.25,:Montoaif.... !-,,-T,n"f and" retailTieke'ts
rance. Today immigrants pouring < oa saleJuly, 19 aad.2$
wait the action of the .
*in through:the'open*gates'of'our;sea:; Stanton-,- $5.' ,. j .g on swamps would be given equal consid- ; and,the hundreds, 21,5witht final'limit 31.-1
J Aug
; 0 !
'port was-the Indian,when*aettled in The...- ,following...schbols..;-- or patrons. W. D. CARN, eration. As a matter of fact since an ofj publications,;;that, while :they. .are $12.45: Athens- Gal-and return Tfc.

ed per month as follows: Secretary. appropriation went through some days not newspapers, take advantage of the
..severally*,Jthe..negro 'hardly emanci; on sale June 23, 24, 25, 28, SO, &s|t
foted'fromHhe: degradatiori'of; *two ,Oca.l&l5McInt: ;:$ : ago for the draining of Dismal Swamp, present rates for handling mails, and
Mcintosh-Nash. July 2, 9, 16. wIth final limit 2teS
hundred of slavery 'jnayallshare plied to'salary of an extra lying partly, In North Carolina and : so pile up immense expense on the
i years days from date of sala. :
in the soyereIgutyofthe'state. Fantvill $5;.Martel. $5: afternoon,at 3'o'crock, Miss partly in Virginia, this class' of bills postal department. stoas may Pedro $5; Hurricane Pond are increasing greatly and depletionof This subject is the most vital before
The wh1woman-the. American. wo- and Rev. J. Edmund Mc- by depositing ticket and panni1
; mane .woman Inhnsi;" iruna thony,"$20;;.Eureka,45: Arcadia, were married at reclamation fund is threatened. the Illinois association and J. B. Sas- fee of fifty cents.
; the blood of those heroic colonists i who $5; Greenwood$5./ of the bride on Palm avenue. Within the last few days bills appro-, tIe president of the organization and $ 1.70 Asheville, N. C, and retort-
And the following colored priating $4,00out that otherwise editor of the Sandwich Argus has appointed -
founded of those women immediate relatives
our country, were Tickets on sale July 25, 26 and X$
.- whohelped to sustain the courage:oi Howard Academy $10; and the ceremony was per would become part of the reclamationfund a committee of three membersto with final limit August 8th. Extension

their'' husbands .In the Revolution; the Academy. $15; Wetumpka, $ the bride's father, Rev C. have been introduced In congress. take charge(,ti. )work* '. ,.. -' -to Sept 30 may be-ebtalaJ<-
;. Grove $5 Palmetto $5 One of these provides for $1,000,009 Interviewed by the Chicago Record-
; ;
woman who may have given the flower Immediately afterward the ed by depositing ticket anding $y4
: of her youth and health in the $5; Mt. Olive, $5. left for Arcadia, their for the draining of certain lands in Herald, there was great difference of fee of fifty cents. "', : .

service of-our Civil war, this womanis The re-establishment of a Many beautiful presents North Dakota, while another sets opinion expressed by individual editors $17.70 Ashevtnlle, N. C.. and return"

constitute Lowell was granted and aside $3,000,000 for the draining of [ on the propriety of president
excluded. Today women test of the
as a popu- Tickets on sale June 13, II and l$
.. fixed at $35 per month, and certain lands in Arkansas *-", '** Roosevelt's act in relation to the packing ,,
: the only lass of sane people excluded the bride. Among them was with final limit June 27. ..
__ from franchise,the'only class deprived I month appropriatedfor souri. house investigation and as to the .:c;
the $54 sent by the choir of the $18.25 Knoxville, Tenn., and T
two teachers granted. effect of the president's activities on '
of political representation ex Baptist church, as a to- Tickets on sale June 17 18, 1%
i Under agreement for the How Martinique Recovered. his strength In the country. The editors -
cept the tribal Indians and the Chi of the faithful ser- 23, 21, 30, July 7, 1*, and 15, viS
or Williamson school, not to ... are practically unanimous on
nese. Mrs. Mcintosh has ren- final limit .fifteen days from dale
; r. term, the superintendent was organist. While the bride's When on a May morning four years three potts: of sale. Extension to SeptemtMK"
ed to' ascertain if they will an expedition which had been hur They generally were in accord that
I ago
: The Fate of the Rate Bill. regret to lose her, they 30. by depositing ticket and payy
H ars enough for a school and ried to the scene of the St. Pierre dis-, the revelations both in reference to
< ; <' '%r: : ,, ',,,", Mr. McIntosh '!
.. 1; 'l ;j1 1- ; : :' -' upon wink- ing fee of fifty cents. <
send a good teacher at $40 aster brought the ruins into view, the packers, the insurance companiesand
: The fate.of the rate bin still rests heart of a young lady who $45.70-DENVER, Col., and returaj

in the hands of the conference corn4 The salaries of all esteemed for her talents there was so much of utter desolation the Standard Oil Company woulddo Tickets on sale July 9 to 'U+

; ''I" mittee-of. ,the house ,and senate-.The were left the same' as .last true Christian character.- such drifts of scoria, such drifts of much good. They agreed that the Inclusive with final limit Au"

: 'house, conferees are said to be still The regular county,term volcanic ash over all the seared and effect would be to bring about a needed '. 20t 1
$ >y paying fee of M
-' holding out for some of the drastic fixed :at five,months. The formerly lived in this city blated regions, that the generally expressed increase of interest in public affairson $25.70-WASHINGTON, D. C. and< .

conditions forced upon the bu*'when it ent was Instructed 'to'notify sister of Mr George A. Nash. opinion was that never a the part of the public, and In the turn. Tickets sale re '"
oa June 2
was ,first drawn up, and. despite the schools that any school that friends extend best wishes. green thing could ever grow, there third place, they held that the bulk of .and July 2 and 3d, with fiaaf t

: strong protest from railway employes for one-half month longer again. The writer who was a mem- of. the nation was as' honest today a.s' lito. ,
limit July
Extension avatt.l!
:' numbering an army of approximately district funds or by private Can Never Tell. ber of the first expedition, has been It-. ver was, that the country was not :
able to .
,1,200,000 men, these house conferees tion the,county will pay for offered an opportunity of visiting the getting away from the Ideals of the August 11th.$3.30JACKSONVILLE "" "

are declared to be? insisting upon an month longer thereby making never tell when you do and ruins again. And such marvels has early days and that the sound common Fia, and ie
turn. Tickets safe
oa June 21
extremely drastic anti-pass' clause. one-half months from the this tropical nature wrought throughout sense of the American people offereda ]
and 27th with final limit
The. situation Isa very peculiar one, der circumstances will the result will be; these last four years; greenness guarantee that abuses and wrongs

for although"Speaker Cannon' declined pay for more than five every deed you are sowing everywhere save in the Pelee itself would be righted according to the demands 30th.

:; |o permit the house, to, instruct. Its, the school succeed in getting and in the deep swale and elevations,' offair play and honesty. '$6.00-SAVANNAH'v Tickets on sale, Ga.for, and train re=tJ '

conferees when the bill went back for months state extension. harvest you may not see; of the lava river whose turbulent I

4;: a second consideration, he declared The ,above increases and : act is an acorn dropped brown billows look as though they had Wallace StovalTs paper the Tampa I ing Ocala night of July 2d

openly that he was unalterably 'opposed are based on salaries, paid T."t'productive soil; been suddenly stilled when in.the moment Tribune hasn't as much in it. some I: Final limit July 13th.
think $3.00-COLUMBIA, S. C., and retail:
to the: clause which prohibited county funds, and not upon may not know yet the tree of their utmost action. Over the people as it ought to have, fcut
all there is in 'it is Tickets on sale for train 1aij
as sparkling as a
', employees from using free transpor funds. gray walls green things have crept
ing O'ala 'nIght of July U.J
_ : tation. The fact that the bill as reported After summing up the total the brows that toiL bushes, some of them twenty and thir- dewdrop on a bright May 'm-ornng in
the Final limit July 13th.
out of the senate was heartily for the term it \Was found WHEELER WILCOX. ty feet in height, have sprung up in tropics. The Tribune has got all .':

approved by President: Roosevelt and require $29,500 to pay sal such rank proportions as to make the snap and the sparkle necessary.Mr. .
____ Miss Belle Bates, of MarteL Yisil
in Florida. -r a
his cabinet also nders!more odd the! the county fund*,. Easy difficult a passage between them, and ,
and Mrs.
Robert Sanders and Wilson and Miss Emma MorgaaKisslmmee itj
itand takemby the house'members ,of The following : beneath the 'grass Is matted two or
be a great task to keep little daughter Ruth, of Dunnellon Miss Pearl Price and l11Jf'Kirkland"
:: the conference,? IUee. It is not, then made for repairs, :1. three feet deep. A few years more and 'in
were OcalaFriday, afternoon .be. of Lake City, are amot the1!
very .clear Jusfat this time when the new buildings: Ocala, numerous published the place will look more like a primeval
tween trains.
They were returning Epworth League delegates in the etty.JjMr. .
rate bill will be-rej>orted out again. and 50 new seats. press proving that this wilderness than the site of a once from Y'
a very delightful trip of.several .
:' If it does come o t.of conference with Mclntosh $100 for new a good crop: year and that populace city, and which Pelee in a weeks <<_1
to Davisboro, Macon and Savannah : C. 1. ilcCraney, of Hifley! gn,1warden
i a number'of rr.the. .;house, legislative. building. I few moments converted into a cemetery -
returns have been ,
ex Ga. of the county, acompaoiad b1,
"follies" replaced( ; It is, regarded as Weir Park, $25Q( for new of thirty thousand dead.-Rochester
; Thetruth his friend. Mr. Albert Fort ofBluT Moss'
satisfactory. is be- ,
highly .probable that the senate will 'will Post
; : provided.the district. pay Express Yes. we had implicit faith In Mr.
the visitors to 11Wmetropolia
were attong;
the that
\ over country .
) insist' po' Its going'back'for, the amount Napoleon Bl Broward aa a private .

2 t third _conference,. ';.. Belleview $100 for hew is easier in Florida. with Mr. WaIter Hawkins for .several ctlzen of Florida;' but as governor of Fridar.Hump

building provided the!district it in, than anywhere in years general agent tor the Central ot the sta'te: -well we decline to answer

'' The Senate and Her the .-Tampa Tim s
Ways. 'Jf same amount and the Georgia railway has accepted' from your question!-Albert Williamson's
: ( ::' :! zens collect and turn. over to the peacfh growers of Georgia the position Jacksonville FlorIdIan.We .

Washington, D. c.. June 20. 1906. ty superintendent. $100 be hard to find any one of manager in cfearge of the

.. -' Representative Bankhead. of Alabama building cost $300. fought the election of Con distribution, icing and transporting of want it distinctly understoodthat H

; made an. eloquent plea in the Fellowship, $50 to extend Frank Clarke any harder the crop with headquarters In Macon we nave the ,highest respect for Back

house for a more liberal appropriation room. editor of this paper in the and Atlanta.-West Palm Beach News. Mr. Moore, and we do not want htm

by congress to be applied to the development Charter Oak; $50 to cell that' nominated-.himt but it to lose his influence in Ocala by his

., .,. of the waterways of the Ft. King $30 to ceil house.Electra Clark to say that he is The executive committee in. Columbia becoming: .a press censor scorrs EMULSION won't mab a

south. He pointed to,the benefits that 30 seats record in the house of rep- I county has ordered a third primary 9 tamp back s&aIhtieither will it nub

& would accrue from greater Improvement Marshville, '$30 to secure I at Washington that aught for the nomination of a tax col The American Eagle, of Estero Lee 1 ashorik3lon&betltbthsoftbecedhti1sdiiaitdbcecindisira.ng 1 '

of southern. rivers and harbors Heldtsville. $25 to'secure' i all good Floridians to say:- lector. M L. Dowling and W.; n. Perryare '
is the
county, latest,addition to list of
by submitting the trade benefits ,experienced ., Ft.. McCoy $75 to ceil thou good and faithful the two candidates, and on ac Ow few jemdae/iauas cf recovery ill .

by Mobile since the'river, Canfller, '30 feet of We'll transfer you from the count of' alleged trregularties in the Its Florida wings newspapers.last week The to carry Eagle Socialism spread ridtts lAd, Send....lor COMImpU.free_ .-

and harbor at that city was improved. Fessenden Academy 25 scenes of th$ house to the recent primary the last election has and its doctrines to the SCOTT & BOWNS, the....

t During theyear 1885 only four steam. Montague, $G5 to rebuild dreams of the senate- been set aside. Florida. wilds of 40-HJ5".Pearl Strwt, aD Nr &.
.'. ships and two hundred and eighty 'Hog Pond., $11 to build Floridtan.l --- ; ;

six sailing vesels entered the port. In -Hurricane- Pond $15 for l -- Mr., J. C. Pedrick and family moved I have loaded cars among the same -
the first eleven months of 905, thir- piping. the direction ofthe state Monday tram Cornell ito Martin, 'bezetbey shippers for four seasons: on the lower -.

,teen hundred and .twenty-nine 'steamships Capulet. $i for pump and health of Georgia, Dr. H. F., will tnake_ their future home. Mr. East Coast. There are no better

and':four hundred and eighty cistern. and treasury, and Pedrick bas been connected "with the houses in Baltimore Cincinnati and f
Memphis than those I I
sailing vessels entered the harbor. In The board then estimated I Drs. L. T. Patillo I Northern and Southern Lumber Company believe they can do as welt on melons

,, those eleven .months the exports were school fund will receive, the Shanuss, are at Albany for ; for several years, and he will and cantaloupes as on tomatoes. Give ?ra eedi ire beet beea. re

:; $18.407.214 while the imports were ing amounts for ?sxt term: : of studying "slow fever," now tbe in Cha.Tge'Qf Messrs. Crosby them a trial and you will become a tAz mtctM yr* bare beei ip"ut nt

$I1250,915Mr, Bankhead insisted that From six mill school Jevy..., I said to have become preval & 'Roess' mH4at Martin.: : regular .shipper. H. Dove Allison, x el npert ail ar 4 iua4ft,;enhiirt. th
Ipiurlo Othdrl
that the rivers could be'made,to open From back taxes' ..,*,, ,,,,, I Georgia. Dr. Harris and The school board' was.-in session Jacksonville is to begin at once the we *,, $peeftlt ti grong.

; tip foreign markets' that ,otherwise From polls of 1906 ...". ..., I have secured a house forseveral this erection of a Catholki church to coat &

4: could not. be controlled by the Ameri From back polls ,,.".,. ..,, I which is fitted up as a, the time for the days election week.of teachers This was and $125000. The structure will be 'built'of D.U.FERIY&C0.,

; can' exporters From redemption of lands, I for the-purpose of making Georgia marble. Oatti
"These rivers all flow to the sea." he From: one miy apportionment. I making appropriations: tor the various -
: said "and the schools and fixing 'the school terms. -' aWe
: across sea are foreign From interest on state funds.
The wish especially to thank the ,
schools '
in Marion :
markets whic1we must reach at the S. Woodrow has sold his are In excellent -

shape. and are growing'more and Star for the fair and generous treatment -
: lowest possible cost if we* expect to Totals ,. *.,..'. ,.h .. .... In the Third ward to Dr. R :
; meet and undersell our competitors." The following ,. Mr. Woodrow expects more popular every year. received .at' its hands in our

Continuing he said, "we are constructing made: handsome home on Fort -- -.. controversy with, Mr. Moore.
Bishop Potter who has 1
-' just returned
at great cost the Panama Canal .
.:; very Salaries of teachers"..? ... at no distant: date. His to the United States from a trip .

connecting the two oceans. If our Commission to treasurer ., ,., spend most of the sum.. abroad, says that the "chief difference -" "";
: '. rivers are not improved and our bar Salary of and .';
superintendent .,, I between.America ''''
and Great
Britain is
'. bars dee ned, over and through School board expenses. ..,..,,5 the greater part of his that we wash our dirty linen in pub SHIP YOUR FRUITS AND'VEGATABLES TO

4 which our commerce, must.of a necessity PoStage!! ...... .... ,. ., When they return to Ocala lic and Great Britain washes hers in .

reach, the canal we will have lest Printing .,, ,.,. the house nOckla- private."

to a great extent the benefits to be derived i nterest ,..i...%..,.,,_ formerly, owned by Dr. about the best Publicity results.ought to bring

; : from the expenditure of the two i Repairs on building and fumlture. Weil-Brockman Co. Cincinnati (X '
: hundred millions ,
required to construct : .*.., ..,. .,., The newspapers of Florida continueto ,

: the Panama Canal Wa:cannot reach Conveying pupils .?,.,. ,.,, of the De Land Improve. As population increasesand '

this water'canal\1f a t'alI'by. hail." We' must go by. : Office help .,....,.;. ...,., I ng a good and mu-ch-need wealth multiplies the newspapers T. H: Evans & Co. Baltimore \

) Miscellaneous ..,, .,,, ., ,.,. Showing up political wick- grow larger and are better printedand ivia.
Volusia county.-Ocoala Ev... S
better edited. Horace
Greeley ..
Melons Wanted. Total" .? ..,...,.?.. I "Better look out or the never made a more, correct observa- '
4 In about six weeks' work since I "
The usor will get you., Ed-
superintendent was tion than when he said
"nothing succeeds Tessel and Ashner
c was released from prison'-have movedBear to buy a typewriter for his is talking about "pro- like success Memphis Tenn.; Bell Bros., Atlauta Ga.;

;. seven thousand crates, mostly tomatoes Mr. R. E T. Ellison, I the discussion of whIch Is '

for the houses J represent I the Ebenezer school appeared I In Ocala newspapers. And now event Boston in Massachusetts Bell and Milks, Birmingham, Ala.; J. J, Hill, Nashville, TenJ I

believe my houses can do as welt for
the board in defense of certain has developed a clear case I
melon and cantaloupe grow rs.. I ask made against him as supervisor ,has shipped near 3.000 of graft, and a representative has represent these houses in .;
,.for a share, of your consigumenta.J given general satisfaction been SUMTER AND DADE COUNTIES. ]
; patrons of the school at the << East Coast and in other for the expense' and expelled -

;. ttlnd.i tintnw ular meeting of the board.' asks for a share of your from the house of representatives. Personal References: First National Bank. Miami @ H ALTJSON, sidering consigning your Iruita Fla.; Hon. J.W.WatsG. _
the Anyhow Massachusetts'
charges and Mr. has Miami,Fa4! H on.J.L \
,'- .... x Wilson Mi mf. Fla.; HomT.V. .
defense the following' : set other states a good example.-St. Moore, Miami Fit., i
i ;:,; ,:Amon :the visitors to our city Fri. passed Augustine Record.WeilBrockman. I
; :
D. Lowe
of Mimai, Rev. J.
'day-wers Major and Mrs. It Q '

i : :- WrIght of Oxford. This was tjK'i| erferred"Resolved. That while the ,,of Jackson.- Ue. Rev. R. H. Dove Allison ,
against R, E T Company Cincinnati.
to of DeLand, and Rev.. C.
i ; visit Ocala/"in stoma. months ;insufficient to authorize this of Reddick is an up-to-date house. Car- '
are the city
.and1 their: .friends, are 'Verr pleased ta remove from the.' lots a specialty. Market Information ,

:.aeethemagan, 8u rvtso on the. Epwortl League stamps or stenc41s on application to VEGETABLE
Ebenezer school, No. 15R., E. the house ..or.JL.. D. Allison Coleman. BROKER I OCALA, FL1
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:' APPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Messrs. Smith and Roberts to Have Mr. and Mrs.' Scott's Card Party. DAVIS-JUHAN.. MR. AND -MRS. RHEINAUER

.'-"' !' Undertaking Parlors. ENTERTAIN AT CARDS. ILGHHAfiiCoNDITIOH D

in. James Pooser and children have Mr. and Mrs G. S. Scott gave large The wedding of Miss 1 Allie Van

S. C.. to. Messrs. Smft & Roberts, proprietors Juhan and Albert C. Davis I 10L'
:it H Charleston -spend and beautifully appointed card party Mr. wasa Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer extended -

le 'summer with 'relatives.battle' of the Ocala Furniture Company, have Thursday evening, June 14th, for their pretty, event of Thursday morning, invitations for a card party on W
rented the
store north of the Ocala Wednesday evening, June 13th eater-
taking place at half-past ten o'clockat
: Miss Louise Schoeflin of House, formerly .occupied by the Lang, beautiful debutante daughter Miss taming at their beautiful home on

Tam'pi.. is visiting her aunt .ilrs. P. Swartz & Co.. and they are havn?the Louise Scott, 'her guest, Miss Mary the home of the bride's mother, Fort King avenue. Miss Louise Scott CURE ro* E :

.yrteawngood.jv same beautifully fitted up as under- Lou Hatchett, of West Palm Beach Mrs. Mattie Davidson Juhan, on Fort Miss Alice Bullock and Miss Mary Lou S risYTnzCO.100W

taking parlors. their popular young son, Dr. Lawrence King avenue, in the presence of the : Hatchett were the joint honorees, and 'zvz RI :
: This popular firm find that their Scott, who has just graduated in medicine w.H'I.tARS? TOU1WtELSTPLDCiNfOiT -
:_ ? promJneut guest at the Monte- business is Increasing to such an extent from the University of Maryland, were about forty-five of the young.so- SESJWO wttnn a MUCH.*t nws ww w MIl*wa&TllCn -:
T&S the young couple. MAN IS NOT A FOOD BUT WEtf Stow to
Saturday. that they feel justified In branch- and for Miss Alice Bullock who is the clety people. Kllft (!VrTATQlAl.AtSAVtVOUAiliMAlS.enter .

ing out in this line. There will be a attractive debutante daughter of Judge The ceremony took place In the parlor Receiving with Mr. and Mrs. Rhein 25 CENTS&wturo -

jfrat j p. Pope and children are up small' chapel In which funeial servicescan and Mrs. W. S, Bullock. 'which was very prettily and sim- auer Misses Scott Bullock and Hatch- MU BV AU srtAU PRtWiTS HANUFACIUUO' BY

tor'- *:short visit They are 'stoppingit'tnii be held and a room for the display Receiving with them were Miss Sallie ply decorated for this happy occasion. ett were Messrs. J. H. Taylor, Harry ACHERHAH&S1EWART.PAmf :

JJontezuma hoteL of coffins and other funeral Camp, Mr. Harry Palmer and Mr. Rev. William C. Lindsey. of the Presbyterian Palmer and Guy Zewadski, and assisting -

goods, and an office. The rear' of the Guy Zewadski and present to meet church performed the ceremony in 'the 'various rooms were Mrs. -

.-, ,LMrt.. Carry Long, who has been building will be used as a store room them were the,following,young people; in a most impressive manner. G. S. Scott, Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs. Jerry Burnett I

-,,;...*..ndin-s&n'e' time ,with her brother by this firm., Misses Grace Hatchell, Sara and LOu- The wedding march was skilfully E. L. Carney, Mrs. M. Fishel Miss Ho- ,
'.,5. ise Harris, Anna Mixson Caro Liddon, rendered by Miss Eloise Miller. Miss '
a.t flake Sixteen has returned home. henburger and Miss Julia Ganz of
'.' Miss Inez Gates Gives Birthday Party. Mattie Williams, Beatrice Sinclair, Mary Juhan sister of the bride was Germany.Mrs. Merchant f

1.' ;ifi. 'E. W. -.Agnew after spending Esther and Janet Weathers, Florrie the maid of honor and she looked very Rhelnauer wore a beautiful

1i&ki. .,Weir Saturday afternoon. party on Thursday evening June J4 Annie Davis, Freddie Foy, Mary Anderson girdle and sash and an armful of pink elaborately in yeMow lace; the three Tailoring. T
i!>--..- .. at her home Vaileta carnations. She entered
'. -;; at South ,Lake Weir and Leafy Sylvester, Pot- -with her younger honor guests, in dresses of

; Mr. Veil :OUoody was up from Okla- ft proved to be a very pleasant affair. ter, Mamie Taylor, Ethel Robinson brother, Mr. John Juhan and precededthe white and light blue, looked especially Ocala Florida.- .

;*.aJii'statI01l Saturday for several Mrs. R H. Gates and Miss Inez Gates Meta Jewett, 'Annie Atkinson Eugenia bride, 'Who came in with her uncle attractive.The .

::,tours between trains. rendered several fine piano soios, Fuller, Mamie Wilcox, of Gainesville; Mr. Emmett Davidson, of Atlanta, diversion of the evening was Finest Imported and: '-

w" which udded much to the pleasure .of Messrs. J.. H. Taylor, W. D. Taylor, who gave her away. The groom had as :whist played progression, twelve Domestic Clothe. "

. ;. .yra.:: ,J. P.. Hilburn and Master Os- the evening. It also being Mr. ''Frank James. Taylor, M., J. Roess, A. M. his best man. his uncle, Mr. G. T. tables entering the card contestTwentyfive
I Of Live Oak. thelltr Tutting a Specialty \
-C4 jjr } Dburn are Adams' it Maughs.
birthday, they celebrated Goodwin, of Martel, Charles Stillwell rounds were played, and

ptefta :cf :Mrs. G. Wi Martin during together. Game of various kinds were of Silver Springs, John Juhan, of..Crystal During the ceremony the bridal par. the first prizes, a silver souvenir teaspoon Fits Guaranteed. :

..the Epworth League conference.' played. The song byIr.. Frank River, R. E. Davidson, of Atlanta, ty stood under a marriage bell madeof and a cigar case filled with fragrant -

I ., \. Adams was enjoyed by all. Miss. Ben Rheinauer Osco Zewadski, Bruce white roses and hydrangeas.The cigars, were won by Miss Annie JJclVE and MACKA1 -

;. ;Capt.-John L. Inglis, of Jacksonville, Gates received several nice presents Meffert John Pelot James Hewitt. bride wore a lovely white silk Mathews and Mr. John Pelot. The

;,,D unnellon:and Port Inglis was a dls- them' fine watch and H. dress, round length, princess
,. among a gold H. Harris. Robert Mathews, G. style, booby prizes, a silver valise tag anda

if' /. tin 1.visitor here on Saturday. chair, presented to her'by her parents, Ford, O. B. Howse, Stephen Jewett shirred at the waist line to fit the silver match safe, went to Miss wiiiiFUNERAL

f .,M4! 'Emma Nelson spent the past Mr. and Mrs. C.; S. Gates. Among the Harvey Clark and E. J, Crook. figure perfectly.' The deep hand-made Louise Harris and Mr. Harry Pahner.IH .

guests present were P. M. Oleaon, J. Mrs. Charles Rheinauer and Mrs. E. lace: yoke was outlined with an exquisite the dining room before and during -
: .. ek: at.Sumtenrille, the guest of here
, ; Sigmon, Frank, Adams and Kelum, L.. Carney welcomed the guests at the bertha of real lace. She wore the the
;fun .' and'aunt, 'Mr. and Mrs. GOree games punch was served
, ';Nelson. Misses Lottie Beck, Sallie Sigmanand door and showed them to the dressing no veil but carried a bouquet of bride by Mrs. Fishel and Miss Ganz;; and

:., ,.. ,- Myrtle B1.shop.RefreRnments rooms, and afterwards to the rear of roses, and was a' picture of girlish the refreshments subsequent to the .

. were served and the the haIl, where :Mrs. W. S. Bullock loveliness. >
card included delicious ice
1Ir., and Mrs. Chas. V. Miller returned { games .
'' guests were entertained$ to a most served the punch. After the ceremony the young couple cream and cake. DIBECTO'RS.Have
; home Saturday y from a weeks'to .
1M charming manner. There fourteen tables of were .warmly congratulated and show-
were progressive
' :jshingtr lp Crystal River. The young people, 'who enjoed the -1-
!Tr Miss Gates is well known in Ocala. whist, and the scores were ered with good wishes. A dainty wedding hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Rh inauer
? marked Ml '!. Carney and MissAlta luncheon was' then served in the a full stock of Coffins Casketa
., by
I :1 Mr.-"Join .T, JJewla, of Moss Bluff were the following: Misses Louise and Burial Outfits Special given to '
, : of Mathews. "little dining
The Victory Pearson on the daintiest h nd- room. Thebride's table was
Scott Alice Bullock Lou
:fflember of the executive committee, Burial services.
\ fan-shaped score cards which beautiful in !ts appointments .of pink
< Ford, Loca Mae Easterling,
ipetorned home on the afternoon train
I The victory won' by Horn George C. and and smailer tables Embalming to Order
{Saturday were the work of Miss Scott. Miss green the were Grace Hatchell, Sallie Camp, Sue An- .
Matthews In the second primary in :Mary Anderson made the biggest score also decorated with pink roses: derson Sara Harris, Margaret Walters _
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Marion county is most pleasing to his and awarded a handsome white The following young girls served in J .
was Annie Davis Freddie -
"i Miss Florence Burnett came home and Foy, Leafy Sylvester
many friends in Jacksonville shawl. Among the gentlemen Mr. Rob- the dining room: :Misses Jean Austin, Y cfczLonaI. ,
{Satnrday.from Tampa, where she has .Esther Weathers, Janet Weathers -
the state. As a memberof "' -
throughout and Ellen Clarkson, Etta Hood -
and Mar-
ert Mathews made top score
Valeta Potter, Mamie Taylor Ethel -
Lben on_ a visit to her sister, Mrs.Ernest of the next session "
McGohagin. the lower his trophy was a silver file Inja lent- garet Anderson.Mr. Robinson M ta Jewett Annie L D'FDLI ER. L. P. BI.A LO CS,

'. of the legislature :Mr. Mathews will case. : and Mrs. Davis left over the Mathews, Hattie Dye Beatrice Sin Fu .LU ft BLALOCK. .

|i-- 'Kr.Charles. Bell *a a new arrival in be one of the most active lawmakersin After the games the guests all wen Seaboard afternoon train for Jacksonville clair, .Mattie Williams, Caro Liddon Dentate. '. -

fl Cola/and: has a position .with the the state. He is.a brilant man out on the broad verandas where. the where they will make their home, Anna Mixson Louise Harris; Messrs.A. orerluJDe & Cbambliss Bank Octlft.PU.. :
) : and an able debater as well as a most refreshments served. Mr. Davis being in the express service,
| ) Plumbing and Electrical Company J- McLaughlin Alfred Beck, James -

': : : orthy democrat. in There have been quite a number of running between Jacksonville and Hewitt J. H. Taylor, W. D. Taylor, p B.BIGGS _: '

...'/ .-- He is already being mentioned delightful parties given during the Tampa. The young groom is a nephewof James Taylor, Harry Walters, Osco
lt Mr f<_and Mrs.rD. A. Clark of Martel, connection with the speakerahip, and past two -weeks in complin to this ''4rs. G. 'T., Maughs, of thih city, Zewadskl, Guy Zewadski. T. H. Harris -
". 'iD, If he chosen he will fill :he dutiesto and and "until few (Office ta Gary-Ajfnew Block.)
'tbfc city Saturday. Mr. Clark, coterie of charming .young girls a years ago he made Robert Mathews John Pelot, Ben
1 the picture of health.Mss' the satisfaction of all the members.He Mr. and Mrs. Sc tts card party was ineve.y his home with his aunt Rheinauer, Harry Palmer, G. H. Ford, ,

is well qualified in every way for way a thoroughly i'leasant and Mrs. Davis is the older daughter of EDWIN SPENCER.
Harvey Stephen Jewett O. B. -
; Louise Nixon and 'Miss Inez the position.'-:Jacksonville Metropo'lis. -
> jolly one. Mrs. Mattie D.. Juhan, and has residedin
Howse, and Dr. E. L. ScotL
i: :.Tbornas, of Gamesvilel, are the guests -,-., :Miss Scott was pretty in white silk Ocala for some years. She was a ATTORNEY.AT.LAW' ,

i; or :Mtea Nlxon'fl: auirt Mrs. George cloth princess member of the cALL :-8n.oJ.ID" .
lingerie waist, with a white popular younger set Mr. Albert Graham Writes of St. ;-

rL. Taylor for the Epworth League Miss Sallie Camp Gives Dancing skirt.' Miss Hatchet: wore a pink and will' be very greatly miseed by Petersburg.St. J J K. CHASK,
': Cefnt4r (. Party., flowered tissue dress over plak taffeta her Ocala fI lends.
>- :t -
with white roses in.her hair. Miss Bul- Her going-away gown was a blue Petersburg, Fla., June 13, 1906. DENTIST '"
: IihAvetA good traveling to of the pleasant society eventsof OCALA ,1,
' t: ::.. ;'tStr'.the right" position One lock's dress was a lavender flowered silk suit, made with an Eton jackef St. Petersburg tips her saintly crownto
party experience un-
; in Ocala was
: necessary; must come, well .recom- the past evening princess: and "Miss Camp wore a pal with hat and gloves to match. With her sister cities and bids them follow \fURLOS L. 6ISTRDNKJ ,
on Friday 1
:- :1':1ened and"eady to' start to work at Sallie Camp's dance pink crepe de chine with a wreath of this suit she wore a pretty white lingerie her

1t'- .s\: ;Address T A... Roquemore, for Miss Louise Scott. of Ocala. rosebuds' in her hair. waist. There is no boom here, but the city ATTORNEY'AT.UW.
., ala.Fla: f-1-3t Mary Lou Hatchett, of West pink Room 4,M,.rjfc Building :.
., i "The vows are said- is rolling along at an easy pace, and /
Fannie Rogers i
; and1Is's
: ; zM4 CJUor&Ayer: a.m.ew. from Palm Beach Cuban Diarrhoea. The potent vows that hold the happiness is becoming quite a metropolitan city.
I. S. C, all as charming andattractive' lit ISS B. N.: 8INCLAU.STENOGRAPHER",
; Saturday: afternoon to spend of The citizens or'SL.. Petersburg are

.- t ::h .with' his famllyv young debutantees as can I U. S. soldiers who served in Cuba what Of these two souls, for 'weal or wee wide awake and are Continually addIng TYPEWRITER.
their guests in during the Spanish war know
They- received : '
T.t.j. "'W be. most beCOm'lnglyg this disease is, .and that ordinary remedies till death do partThe fresh laurels and sparkling dia- and Notary Public '

r Ipic; Slaughter was to the city the hall andwere.all I. have little more effect than so benediction falls-and out mondjt--to- >!her crown. Special attention to out of Town'Work '

t} from Belleview. He has just wnoo" much water. Cuban Diarrhoea is Into the world they go, one flesh Instead Attired now as sheis-in a summer
strains of as a mild attack Commercial Bank. Ocala :Fla.
the ball room to the as severe and dangerous ,
t- : In St. looks
id, from a vfeit to relatives In of cholera. There is only one suit of .green- Petersburg as
in spite *
i' tocky and Georgia where Mrs inspiring music the guests remedy, however that can always be Of twain; and in the heart of the sweet_ and queenly. as a "sweet girl
;{:- laughter 'spending the summer.:1ML of the warm weather, greatly enjoyed depended upon as will be seen by the oung brideIs graduate." ,

:- the dancing for .several hours. Cooling following certificate from Mrs. Minnie welling up the "Jubilate" tuned Sitting on her queenly throne and It Willq ,
served of Houston; TeL: I hereby certify -
ices, etc., were I
Wt 1C ZewalskIand sons, beverages that Chamberlain's Colic Cholera 1 To human love; and in the bride Tampa bay, with the cooling Gulf of

'i"t ', ;a.nd Olaf \V.ho have been during the evening and most attrac- and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my husband groom's eyesA Mexico breezes fanning her brow,, this

:ft endtg several weeks J wfth,relatives tractive "sitting-out place? were- arranged of a severe attack of Cuban diar look of tender strength and steadfastness southern Florida city is enjoying life

;[ : \!artei on Lake Sixteen returned on the verandas and on the rhoea, which be several brought doctors home from but while old Sol shines. \ PayYouII! !
We ha4
charming Cuba.
!j\ _. ;_Saturday, beautiful lawns and the various A. GRAHAM.Mr. .
they did him BO good. One bottle of That says, "I will not fail thee, love,
.t Indoors -
,.- ,,," -.- little alcoves and cosy corners him, as our neighbors -
." 'J>' thic remedy cured lean hard!"
ljiJ..1' [.. Hillman and his attractYdaugher were most pleasant places for will testify. I thank God for so : L. S. Light made a splendid race You have any Real Estate
For sale by all And thus hand in hand, heart to tosell .
:;..1. .' Mss Annie Hillman of chats and tete-a-tetes between the valuable a medicine. for the legislature. In the first primary ,
m heart shoulder to shoulder, they step
ff--AJKwy druggists. he lacked only a few votes of having -
,',*pent Saturday shopping in dancers. over the threshold of the old life OR -
..:-: -j***. i Anthonyltes in Ocala on There were about twenty-five young The Gainesville Case. into the new. a majority of all the votes cast

.', ;; -jterdaywere Messrs.. Edd and Joe4rran4 people present and the pleasures of and in the second round lacked only You're thinking of coming

;lJf" : Mr. Lum Priest the evening continued until 'the mid- The Gainesville case, mentin'of eight votes of receiving the coveted I IF
Mr. John R. Waterman, who has to Florida for a home
jr J:,:; ,-.;..,. night hour., which we have already made. was been in South America for the last I goal. He received every vote of his

-k1.Mriduftord: was assissted by her tried Friday morning before JusticeS. own precinct and in the adjoining
L. Miss Camp
and baby, i eight years has returned home,' and OR
.-JlfJI; lder. are in the, city, and will sister-in-law, :Mrs. Clarence Camp, A. Bullock, and resulted in a mis has a good deal to tell of that rich and precincts received almost a solid vote. :

:.,: & 'Yieek 'here. ''the rUests of Ir.iJ(1Iri I who saw that nothing was lacking trial. The Gainesville crowd left for undeveloped land. He returned by way He certainly has good grounds for You desire to inyest in any
: : of the young folks. their homes on the aftenoou train., congratulating himself. His vote was IF
i: R. L. Anderson and Major j for the happiness of Gainesville, Gawhere his brother kind of Florida property, ,
t ct.ltrs. : L. !T. Iriar. Chief of Police Charles Ph-kosonof 4n every way flattering.We .
Mr. Rufus Waterman, resides. and was
> .. : An Alarming Situation that city,' was arrested on' a" chargeof
results from a neglect of accompanied home by Mrs.S.. E. TOSEE .
; frequently assaulting a young man by the I are glad that we have such an
Ed-. Wartmann., of Citra, clogged bowels and torpid liver, un Waterman, who has been visiting relatives -
ber'elect of the legislature was constipation becomes chronic. This name of Malphurs on the picnic excursion at Gainesville, Fla. We shall able tutor. We expect to learn a great OR WRITE -=

VP a Saturday condition is unknown to those who use train between Silver Springs deal. We have already been taught
to b at the
present the best have more to say in future issues of
I Dr. King's New Life Pills; and Waldo several weeks ago. It that "prohibition" does not mean "an-
g vof the 'executive committee regulators of stomash and our paper of Mr. Waterman's impressIons -
and gentlest drinkIng J. H.lIYING ION & SONS O O.OClLA.
: 4o'congratulate his colleague, Mr. bowels. Guaranteed by Tydings & seems that the young man was of the countries which he vis nihilation. The "annihillation" of an

iL; ... G. Mafbews. Co., druggists. Price 25 ct::> m and '\used abusive and profane language ited. army does not mean the "prohibition"of

:: -- -- -- on the train and was Jnally an anay. We have been taught that FLORIDA. -

!'. .. S D. Feaster of MIcanopy, A Piece of Good News. after some 'dispute knocked down by Senator and Mrs. J/H I .. Humphries to "prohibit" one from entering one's

:. d! s.. of' and the father of the to "restrict1one's
"I' Haygood Jacksonvillel, Mr. Pinkoson, passed through Ocala Friday after- premises means simply
., :have been visiting their sister, There has been talk of going the out of young n-an svore out a warant fr: the noon on the Seaboard en route to their visits. We expect to learn a good THE OCAL0 HOUSE CAfE

: '. r >T.. M, Moore, in this city for National Bank of Ocala of the shareholders arrest of the chief of police home at Bradentown. Mr. Humphries deal about the English language; bothas -

':: !era1V eks.. have returne4 to Mi- business, and a meeting to consider Mr. S. L. Carter and Mr. George Is the editor of the Bradentown Jour- she is "writ" and as she Is "spoke. The dining room of the Ocala House
,ty They were accompanied by was held on liquidation. Broome of Gainesville, defended Mr. nal and he and :Mrs.. Humphries attended We are in big luck. will be kept open through the summer,
"thF.r1ects the matter of voluntary prosecuted by and known as the Ocala H use Cafe. -
and he was
; ; Misses Lucite and Sue Pinkoson
the meeting of the association -
Voote It developed that the banX not press The cafe will .be a la carte but a sne-
of this city. and children
headway, and Mr. R. B. Bullock in this city and went with the Mrs. ThomaSexton cial rate will be mad" to regular

\ :t owing jolly young people! now making a dIvIdend. busI- as witnesses were' C. L. Kite. S. dersonville and Asheville. At the latter Floral City Saturday afternoon to well known excellence of the Ocala

:: tnP,08eda congenial party who went prospect of stockholders regular increase therefore in voted L. Carter, Jr., J. N. Baker J. F.. Pep- place they left the party a.r4 wentto spend a couple of weeks with Mrs. .and House the dining public room Is assured will be maintaIned.of the best

; !"I'to Lake, WeIr Saturday after- ness. The the bank going. per W.N.. Strickland James! Bodi- Washington D. c., since which time Sexton's sister, Mrs, Henry Clark. I there is for the table. For weekly

"t' : lU1d' spent Sunday enjoying thet unanimously} .to keep ford Elmer McCreary and Lee Coul- they have been seeing the many beau- From there they will go to Fellowship rates and further articulars, call on
will make no changes in the man- or write C. M. Whitesides. Manager
t'eS and and
: the lake: Mr. and son tiful and historical sights in and near to visit Mrs. Sextons parents I
,: :V ::Robert agement. other .
; FUnd, Misses Blanche the nation's capital.
.Mwrs. Munroe & Chambliss, who Graham of Or-
( Mes: Ausley, Marion Gallo- Mr. Albert Anson -. -- A satisfied customer is the best advertisement -
:}':;-rred Vogt, Lawton Bailey and are the largest holders of Central National egon and Florida, who has been visiting .- R. W. Van Brunt ;who formerly and satisfaction Is not
Mr. A. M. C. Russell, editor of the
_: :, t. Galloway Bank stock, stated in this meet- the family of Mr. Lloyd Mills taught In 'the Ocala public school, but only our aim but our guarantee. Try

: ...'1: ..: ing that the importance of Ocala. and of the Royal Poinciana grove, and Brooksville Argus passed through who for the past two years has been the White House shoe; spring arived.styles'for The
Ocala afternoon his men and women just
Saturday on
.:, .V""!.;B n and her daughter, Misses the wealth and business of the countytributary Mrs. Connell and Miss Blanch, of way principle of the Starke publIc school, Fair. x
home. Mr. Russell bad been to Rich- :
& bd Florence Ball, of Key thereto Is ample warrant for I this city, left on the early morning was riot' aa applicant re-election to -
land, Ga., having taken his brotherinlaw -
- : in Ocala: for a few days the expectation that the Central will train for Martel, Fla.. He has traveled the posfrlon. It Is understood that
who is quite' Ill. to that place a
tbe.past week and were guests De needed in caring for Ocala's growth. from Jacksonville to Seattle on Pu- Mr. Van Brunt will give IU p' teaching r -,

/-- Ocala House., Mrs. '' Ball and get sound and from Aberdeen to Los couple of weeks ago. The latter gen and will engage in business at Talla- Mail

;: !., ._ltl ea, Ball attended the We we under obligations to the Angeles via the Golden Gate yet he tleman is now irery much improved hassee. Education by

"; ,, r of .the Press Assocla genial Major Charles Sshneider, of says St. Petersburg has as good a 'Bo femfag hooM or fcmjtojiuent ID pi*a edMtioa. .; -
,\UDQ": NOTICE-Strayed from Ht A. Ross'resIdence Our low quarter White House shoes Iilsi IPU'8time itm1ytng thoaaSook .
his place. We enjoyed them Immense- harbor of them and that ere
Qca1a. and went on the edito- any G
Artttmetie, Afeebn oneti7
can't be beatenIn eejdag;
!Ia) May11., one spotted for Men and Women
; to' North Carolina. Since "Rock Hall" for three baskets of fine many moons .SL Petersburg's saintly : Ocala. The Fair. x Grammar.JUetc -.,SdeBceI,Bitojj.UttQ M; -
pointer pup, female. Finder will T.mLbII TUtt by MalL 'ru.Un
-.: 5ie, Wrty at Asheville they luscious plums. which were grown only crown will be full and overflowingwith For Sale-Thirty odd head of stock ..ff| ..__l rt. iyifrLI.H1Wl&tkba..ol_
please notify M. W. Tompson, at Le-
j, t. the past ten dayswith and, thank Major Schneider very laurels and bright diamonds.SL .-. cattle and 3000isour: orange eedings .
t d '. rpy,: Fla.. and receive suitable re- from 5-4 to 1 inch Jn diameter. Write ) -
much for his thoughtfulness. IndependenL
,. '--",...,.", friend in ..Jacksonville Petersburg ward. 6-li4t Lock Box 7, Boardman Fla. 6 1 2t
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Text Behold Senator Mallory Wants Survey Made '1
: The -
t A A'lSERMON theEisgd and a Report Submitted as to. year one i }
Feasibility of the Project
ft m The state
>, of God is market

t; .....:.. I w 11 h Lnyou. Washington D. C., June 15.Whenthe tion and ]

senate met, Mr. Mallory tried to prices. 1

Luke secure the adoption of .a resolution dIrecting unusually
: the secretary of agriculture to i
1'1 returns
Individual Responsibility have the Florida everglades surveyedand \

to ,report as to the feasibility of tent

draining them for agricultural: pur- reliable
-- -, tAt_ J poses. Messrs. Burrows and GaUinger peach

objected and the resolution went to the _
' All* 'or steady' .a.U.' sumptuary leglalatTon 1 lie did not say that anything that the calender. to the,

Is bad .ui n 'a jlaise premise; might be stolen should be put out of -- covered

and for- 1iat" reason lit logical deductions the reach of all mankind; nor did He Nagging the Met..
_ 'reached by Its advocates are erroneous condemn each one to live a hermit's That was a good joke on the Jack- The

,, .Taking tSw "blVl 'as'tba- basis :- life with not one of his kind in sight, sonville Metropolis telegraphic ser- that there I I i
of all, law the vice In Friday's afternoon Un- may
for njoraj govern- or reach, .whom he might kilt. He paper if !
meat ot mankind,.and reasoning from der big headlines on the first page it peaches
:;the basic principles* declared In that (leaves all things' In sight and within had ,a "wire" from Tallahassee dated |ligent

.1 book, we find htat the .Great Lawgiver reach and lays 'the emphasis on the June 8th, saying that troops had been sonable
places the responsibility directly upon thou.He ordered to Inverness to prevent the

the shoulders of each individual and leaves the responsibility where lynching of Jim Davis, the negro who weeks of x

t .{ makes. him responsible for. ,' the. doing He put It In,the beginning-on the In- killed a white man near Dunnellonlast United S
-or leaving undone the things forbid dividual. There Is no credit to, or week. Then followed another ket.The...
den- and the things required' to-'be virtue In the man who does not steal, "wire" dated at Inverness June 8th, ;

: "done in order :to confirm one's life simply because the things he would saying: to

to the divine moral,,code. At the end steal are Hot' 'to be found. He is justas "The presence of the troops here son

.L of the creation the creator, pronounces much the thief In God's sight as if has had the effect of frightening the bles"on

all that he had done good.-He he Bad actually .stolen. It is equally would-be lynchers." ,
knew, what he' lid ina.d .a.nd Jan that true In regard to murder or any other The fact in the case is that the negro ,The <

- JI could and "would .foe made 'out of the act or anything which God has for- was lynched Thursday night be- '

materials, he had placed1. within reach bidden as sinful in ,his sight and hurt- fore the troops arrived. How any one A j
of 'thell111.elUgentand Inventive creature ful to.soul. and degrading to the body. could have sent such a "wire" from been

y Whom he had fashioned. after, The law of all civilized countries Inverness the next day is a little Alps Lies )

his own Image. To gainsay this is to follow in the main the same theory. strange, and makes the "telegraphicservice" lowing- ;
Laws are enacted of the :Metropolis river on j:J
deny' His omniscience. If man has ( Imposing penaltiesmore appear
'used the materials God has furnished or less severe, for the doing or somewhat doubhtfuL-Sumter County am glad

him and out of them has devised f f neglecting to do things to which are Times. cation

-' i agencies out of :which good and evil f deemed for the good of the communities it by

r 'may, result, God-',-knew it would be so; at large. As a rule no attempt is .. Baraca Social. future
I _
but at the same time He knew that made, to remove the objects which I correct
Last Friday eveniu the Baraca
It was with each man individually, as might tempt the citizens to violate may have
',to" ivbether.he: 'would use 1t as: a beneficent the laws, _because to do so would be society of the Baptist church,gave one In my '

gift of God or'use it f> his own to deprive the law-abiding of much of their monthly socials. About forty will also I
young friends of this growing society :;: ;; ; :
injury e.9''agairm' the, physical or that Is greatly to their good, and the :I gathered at the home Miss Evelyn figure out !
moral*law.,. ,If all that :God made Is good of the country. So. the .criminal: a woman
and from
eight to eleven o'clock
,gO d'wn4'He declared 'it to be) law says that thou shall and thou at the
had a most enjoyable time., Neverwas
-'then! tt follows that all that! .is made shalt not, for fear of the penalty. It grudge -J
out of His creation Is good-"an evil is recognized that man cannot be legislated the saying "How noiseless falls it. But
he feet of time that only treads
tree cannot bear good fruit,"nor can a moral, or virtuous, or honest, high. I
flowers, more fully realized than
"good tree bear evil fruit"-"a fountain or sober, or into a gentleman. Such by can lick
this crown of gay young people and .
thirds have from time township,
4j cannot t send forth both sweet te
and bitter .waterSo" it ...follows that time beeen attempted but eachone seemed' loath to leave the to come -,
place ;where so enjoyable
all things are good and evil comes to never have such laws accom- an eveninghad will agree 1

Oman only from the manner in which plished the results aimed at. They been spent won't j

the .'Individual, man .uses the gifts. of must always fail, because the schemeis Among those present were. Missess lavish
? ,Stevens, Rhoda Liddon
God. This is the Divine plan and ev- not in accord with. God's plan. If a Margu and,, to see
rfte Spellman Lucile
man is a thief at heart he Is Standlay, Mar- used to
ery thoughtful! reader of the book going to *
will find it running through the en- steal whenever the opportunity offers guerite Porter, Puma Christian. to shave. :

fire, revelation., At the very outsetwe itself, law or no law. Blanche and Meeks Ausley, Marion care if I

find Him saying to Adam and Eve I ,If he is a murderer at heart, he will Galloway, Jettie McConn,. Ida Gates! of three

M all things, 'are created below, you and kill when the object desired comes Bessie Bitting, Elsie Hall, Minnie years go
Mary Gates
are subject to 'fo'1:1-a1l things are for his way and take the chances.If and
you. and you are master'of the Whole.I a man is a blackguard or vagabond I Burton Smoak, Ethel; Carter, Clara

have p1aced'on lit a pleasant andbeautiful and wants to debase himself May Lard Ollie Leavengoodft Minnie The

garden and surrounded you and degrade his body, he will do it, Lee Carlisle, Carrie Pelot, and Messrs. Soto
J. O. Dekle, Robert Caldwell not due
with everything good for your happi whether it be copdemned by the moral Harry
ness. But there is one tree In the law and public opinion or not. Rubin, Claude and Warren Gates, volved.

midst' 'of the garden that you must So that moral, reforms are not to Frank Gates, Andrew ,Faucett, Ben beyond

not eat of 'the. fruit If ,you do calamity be obtained by the enactment of Briggs, Edwin Spencer, Harry Cole, people of
will befall you. Thou shalt sumptuary laws but by bringing all Clarence &ht nek, Tom Proctor, itsse vision of : I

surely die He did not say to Adam the good influences with which the Smoak and Mrs. William Coin. of -

v and Eve. I am afraid you will eat of I gift of God has enlightened us, to REPORTER.The are in the

that fruit and it Is not good for you I bear with all gentleness .and kindness State however, I

s to do go,, ass. tt will 'certainly degrade I upon :the erring and unfortunate thou. third annual Druggists.The Pharmaceutical. larity and'r'.a I Ij

and kill you, and therefore I.will :God has shown us the way, and has association arena
closed Its meeting yesterday have been ,..
pluck that tree up by the roots and supplied the means through Jesus after
one the
moor successful -
remove ft from the garden and bury/.it Christ and the Holy Comforter, to enable and pleasan meetings! Judge
to the the weakest thou to become strongest
In the Euphrates sous; remove
I II Tfcc morning was .t V.ell t,1
will make
temptation away from you; but: He strong and through the great redemption rdiln2 1
I papers on interesting re To Win
left It right in the mi 43t of the garden the thief may be made pertaining to the drug business.

and :said. "thou shalt not eat of the honest; the murderer a kind and gen- Several new clauses wfre made 1 In ulations,

fruit thereof. ,Later"-on.. when He de- tle friend; the wallower in the mire pharmacy laws to be offered to the we wipe

livered the Deealogua. to Moses s a sober gentle member if''society-* next leJTl.sIaiure.! after thr election o* whispered {{

amidst the! thunderings of Sinai and eo on through' all the blackness of the ioilO'v'ttg officers: prince of

a written- with Ms own hand and. .we- darkness, can a bright light be made J. XI. j'ranfield. Braden leading
\ -wn
'find Him saly'1g. Thou shall love the to shine if we- work It God's way. dent.J. Tribune. I

Lord, "thy God-Thou 'shall remember r Don't hope to" accomplish It by removing il.
iralrhton Pa1<
I l.tia. Marion
... vrepres3e !
rrf the Sabbath Day-Thou shall not I temptations away from man ;
C 5 kill-Thou' shalt ,Mt steal? and so onI I but by making strong the weak to W.T S. county on ;
Oppenheimer, Tampa second ris to the :
through the. whole' tt :is: Thou shall, overcome temptation. vice president. We "\
a.nd'thou shall not. Thou shalt-:and Thou shalt not! mary. :
B M. Wade, Punta Gorda, third been
vice ;
--- president legislator
'" '' '
D. M. Ramsaw, Gainesville
ila'the" Treas- both co
The Deacon's .
The friends.t f Hon. GeQ1 Propensity.An
Y' ris
are congratulating him upon Che result urer.Executive
committee E. Kirk der which
of the second rimary which amusing Incident occurred In
I Jacksonville, chairman J. H.
; Haugh-
gives him a majority, of eight. over one of our churches a long time ago. splendid
ton, Palatka; N. J. :Merck, Orlando.The ville
his popular1 opponent .Mr. Mathewssis The clergyman gave out this, hymn-
not without legislative experience, "I' love to steal awhile away' on entertainment had came
planned a delightful automible ride, out in
From cumbering {
having been, once before. every care "
but owing to the i
a a seat In the tow>er house from this And spend the hours of sitting day bad it had to be weatherbeing postponed.A so tors .with
legis- In 'humble and :
t county, Besides serving In the grateful prayer. )
delightful dance
The was given at the young 1
lature be 'waa member of the school regular chorister being ab-
;: board from 'thIs county and was con- sent, the duty devolved upon DeaconM. night and was well attended on
and all
sul under' President Cleveland to .. who commenced, "I love to steal," All left Orlando enjoyed themselves, where
'Para South America. We cannot and then broke down. Raising his hoping that: at ways

: 4 say anything better of :Mr. Mathews, voice a little. higher, he then sung, "I some pleasure early of date they may have the tious.

perhaps, than repeat what a writer to love to steal.. As before, he concludedhe here. holding' another meeting
Atlantic )
.this paper said of him just before the had got the wrong pitch.; and ,deploring Beach Fla., was selected never '
as the (
;; close of the last campaign. He said; that he had not his "pitch- the next meeting place 'on Buckten's : 1 s
"Mr. Mathews comes of a distinguished tuner," he determined to succeed next : Wednesday to June 1907.Friday's tic and j

ancestry and has 'been with us time. All the ladles were tittering behInd Orlando Reporter Star. blood chant, of tf *

& long time. He has always been a their fans, while the faces of the Allan R ers into Poetry "It cured

democrat When populism swept!; young ones were In abroad gr 11.. At the "'

"" over the land and threatened this length, after a desperate cough, he IN MEMORIAL sores.saw. 25

country, -George stood firm and was nude a final demonstration and roar Here are a few lines for your kick gists.

true,.to his party* His father, a nobles ed out, "I love to steal. The effort column in memory of the late Dr.

olds man; went off ;with this movement was too much. Everyone but the William McLaws Dancy D. S.. who

and was given high honors.' His brother clergyman was laughing. He arose yielded up the political ghost May 15. her '
also, was swept along -with the and said; Seeing our brother's pro- A. D. 1906: v of them

current But George stood as firm pensities, let us pray" It Is needlessto Go bury "Doc" Dancy out in the tion that- .]
and.steadfast as the eternal rocks. He add that but few of the congregation Broods: belle had

remained true to his colors and was heard the prayer In a neat little hole In the ground, at a

the only sailor In the Mathews hou!e- -- where the doodle bugs work and the that &j
hold that refused to leave the democratic Nd. Many times, No! Jails courthouses grasshoppers sing tween the

: ship" In his election party fidelity school houses, laws, lawyers And the straddle bugs tumble around. tions and !

was rewarded. We. congratulate judges, preachers editors, eloquenceor she went

> him and the party, persuasion powers, principalities, Plant at his feet the willow that old .
things present nor things to upon
come, weeps, > ,
>' 'Mr. A. M a Russell Jr. and his punishment here on no
nor hereafter, do not At his head plant the mighty oak:
r. sister Miss Annie Russell of Brooks- stay the murderer's hand. Murder has Under.. this mound the candidate the young
yule, passed through Ocala ,Friday afternoon been a crime since Cain slew Abel and sleeps bestowal

on their'way home. They went continues to soil the pages of all lands. When the voter gets in his soak.. damages.

: on the editorial'trip to the mountains But murder is not as prevalent as it relation Is

of North Carolina and then extended once was. We must work with pa Place at his grave a mighty stone the

:theIr visit to Chattanooga. Tenn. tience. We can feel the soft and softening And carve on the solid rock been

x where they had a most delightful time. Influences aU. around us. The That candidates come and candidates court will ]

time will come when the earth will not go. terest-

The laxative effect of Chamberlain's be soiled :with crime, but this can But here goes the last of "Docf ."
and LivTablets is so
agreeable and so natural that you do never be brought about by the arm o Then carve on the side of the lasting and genUi

not>reallte U is the. effect, of a.. medie1n the law, however strong and power. stone Appleyard
t ,- For .sal* *.. all druggists mAge ful The heart and the head must be These :facts and figures and rotes. road

educated to better things. That "Doc" didn't die from

the intellectualflres
: does nto of ''Uncle Henry". Watterson... O n Wouldn't It be .
a good Idea for the He simply perished f or'
wine he grows s Totes.
-Jthe like good Newton
f ,: contrary baseball league to call off Allan 'Rogers In "
,:"more pleasing'.and mellow-with. age. a few of their games-say for tw Jacksonville Metropolis. Koiumo cessful el

: -- weeand let them come up to Lak good man

;, sMrs, ,,,EG Jierrtck. and daughter r, CIty and learn how to play ball? Our Henry Watterson i" ing of the
Miss Eunice Amy Herrick. t boys would bappy. The dorses
-j I 'little : : spec take pleasure In instructing "Star-Eyed all
i OcalaV* ** ":>" them_ 13again being 'Newt.'
Fridday la" % Lake. City Index. cooed by the 'oUttcI ns. ; :

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IrnNGsABOUT TOWN. MEETING. OF THE STATE EP Mayor McConathy Welcomes the discussion of the tariff upon whichwe .. -.- -. '-- ... >. "-.'. -. .. -. .. ." .''

WORTH LEAGUE. Leaguers on Behalf of the City. are now about to enter for a two "
.:.' years' season; besides, we would not
,.'Mr. Harry Wright, of Macon, Ga., is It Is Very Largely Attended-The Judge Richard McConathy, mayorof lave,need of any of these other THE ANNEX SALOON
of relatives in Ocala. Ocala then extended the Leaguers
A neat ,
Church Tuesday Nigth Was Crowd churches, and the golden rule wouldbe
"\ > ed-The Proceedings Were Quite Mayor McConathy Welcomes Leaguersa our only statute. AU this may
)jrs. T. D. Bryan and children are Interesting. welcome on and in behalf of the sound as though spoken in levity, but

fd home from a visit to relatives at I city of Ocala. He said:' not so. A Methodist Stands without a

!'Gorge. ,Park. :' The thirteenth annual meeting of : Mr. President: superior either in church or state, OCALA'S NEW WHISKEY HOUSE

it. the Florida Epworth League conference In extending to you, on behalf of simply because he is the embodimentof

>;;Miss Lillian Thagard has returned now in session in this city, is the city of Ocala, its hospitality, it principles that have no superior in
bine'from a two weeks visit to is exercising not only a pleasure, but ecclesiastical or civil laws, and lives
largest that has been held in many
|trIe & Jasper.. years, and our streets are lined with one of the earliest virtues taught in his principles. This is the class of men At A. C. L. Depotr Ocala, .Fla.We .

fe. Epworth Leaguers.At the Old Testament' and. emphasizedin and women that it is your duty to fur-
JfiKev, T..J. Nixon; arrived in Ocala the New.-
the opening session Tuesday ,nish to society hence your aims are
Wednesday afternoon to attend the Whilst sitting at his tent door one '
deserves all
great and work
nightat the Methodist church every your make a specialty 'of HIGH
I4:tdseie .conference. day Abraham hailed three passing
L(n. seat was occupied and everyone was honor from mankind. We greet you
.* Izlar has returned homer delighted with the program. strangers, dust worn ana tired from for( your' work's sake. If any among :GRADE WHISKIES, WINES and
t Miss Eloyse their journey and invited them to rest
; membersof
After the service the Leaguerswere you are aiming to procure
weeks' visit to Rome At.f.fanta song
tieaa: few BEERS and house In the stateis
and refresh themselves. With haste .the Methodist church, adding to its no
Macon, Ga. welcomed to ,Ocala on behalf of
; and the Ocala Epworth League by Mr. he and his wife prepared meat and rolls, only, then you mistake your I better prepared to ship on short notice '_
Otto Lohrig. butter, bread and milk for these mysterious work your duty to that church, the ,
I: Iftjss Cora .Griffin,,of Anthony, i? at- : men, if men they may,. be, state and the Epwortb .. ague. ." to any point. All out of town or
.teodias the Epwor League confer called. The peculiar, manner in which You now have too many membersand

. :'erica 'ia 'this city. Mr. Lohrig's Address of Welcome on Abraham addressed them, reinforcedby too few Methodists; some of us ders filled same day as received, securely -

t;i: Behalf of Ocala League.Mr. the promise made and its .fulfillment ought to be "turned out" The greatest :.
I% Mrs.. biater, of Thomasville Ga., is Lohrig said: has led some to believe that the blessing that can be asked on you, -V, packed, in plain cases if de- .

-I;":.ttd guest of .her' brother and sister- In behalf or the Ocala Epworth ,three men were but one, that is, the and the city of Ocala wishes them to ,> \' sired.. Give us a trial' order and we. ,

I>ii-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Davis. League I extend a glad welcome to I Godhead manifested. However, it is be many, is that your session in our .

:you tonight, and assure you that our more ,probable that they were angels city shall be one in which wise and feel confident that we will receive the'
C: MIss Grace Mllllgan has returned tojtfcer
'hearts are open to receive,you. sent upon the important mission of destroying righteous judgment shall guide you,
home at Anthony after a,visit toYr We "feel that your 'coming to us is Sodom. Had Abraham Withheld the of league forwarded next one, as we guarantee quality of
.;and MM. M.. B. Davis, at Hague. purposes your
$* : ;an honor that cannot be appreciatedtoo his kindness, to these men, he and the welfare _of the Methodist >. goods .equal to any of ..same .grade

1- highly, and we rejoice in this priv might never have been the figure in young people promoted; and to this "., ,,:, -
Mark of Jacksonville is ''
>, Mr. Earl ilege. history-that he is. In this, as in most end we trust that your stay- will be NO MATTER where purchased.
:visiting his sister,Mrs. Harry Lapham. The cause that is here represented cases of entertainment of the best of pleasant to you as we feel assured it ..

i t- tonight by so many of those among earth, the blessing came to the enter will be to our people, and that our Nicest Retail Store '
rter. fair Florida's noblest manhood and tainer. Heavenly Father, shall be with you in Equipped ;

purest womanhood has gained a placeof The "great women" of Shunem witha
I do.
all Tn Town.Annex
Dr. Hy Robinson, of Jacksonville, you .
such prominence and influence as discerning eye and ear whilst entertaining --
of the Mommercial bankwasis
: president>> after hiss to command recognition him, observed that Elisha Mr. Mickler's Response to the Mayor's
the'city yesterday looking
! From out the entire bounds of our was of God; and that he might be Welcome.
fair state you have come to us to lend with them more, she prepared a room Rev. J. E. Mickler, president of the '

At the last meeting of the city,your efforts to the' making of plans for him in her house, where he times Florida conference Epworth League The Saloon.

" council an ordinance was introduced whereby we may attain yet greater passed a night. Out of this apparently II board, of Daytona responded to Mayor

'',prescribing the limits where barrooms achievements.We simple office of goodness to one of McConathy's welcome.
t"' nay be established. rejoice that the Ocala Leaguehas God's children came the mystery of He congratulated Ocala on ,having I

.. been accorded the privilege of life, that unknown something called a mayor that publicly applauded the OCALA'S NEW WHISKEY HOUSE.

t Mr..and Mrs. G. W. Neville, of Dunaelloa entertaining this conference body and I death, to ,be followed by the resur great principles involved in Methodism

I ".. were .in the c1t.esterday, returning I shall put forth our best endeavors to rection. What a chain of wonderful -the basic principle being that of
I home from a short visit to make it the most pleasant and help- circumstances from merely being hos- good citizenship. He emphasized what .

Tucpa.If ful session ever held. pitable to a wayfaring man. President Pasco had said about Ocala's A. C. L. Depot Ocala Fla
We feel that in our failure to secure The most noted home in history wasa (hospitality and told of the kindly feel- J

I want the e bets ask the State League conference in very humble one; the father and ing he had for our city. It was here,

I'., grocer you for Blue Ribbon Lemon your or past years we have suffered a great mother had passed away and left a he said, he had joined the Methodist .. .. .-,' -. ... ...-- --- .--.. '- ... '

I Vtti'Ja. Absoultely pure. Goes twice loss, and the opportunity to sit under! son and two daughters as its pos- conference and he had a' warm spotin
ufir. the wise instruction and planning of' sessors., Into this peaceful and quiet his heart for Ocala and its peo
I the leaders in the league work in retreat the' Master, weary in body pIe. W. A. KNIGHT. 4 L E. LANG.

-. Mr ..C.Carroll and little daugh. Florida should prove a rich, blessingto from his journeyings to and fro in Mr. Mickler's remarks were impromptu .

ter. Miry Edna, have returned dome us. his work of healing the sick, rector and were delivered with a

; fits a tlx week's visit with Mrs. Car. As we ponder upon the ,greatnessof ing sound to the dead ear, light to fervency and sincerity that made them .

roll'i rclaltves in,Louisiana. the Epworth League,movement and those in darkness, strength to the -palsied -!: exceedingly enjoyable. ANNOUNCEMENT. :
the mighty army of young people laboring life to the dead, and above all After the meeting at the church the

I' Mr. E. S. Upham. of Weirsdale. a in this great work, we should preaching the Gospel to the ,poor, and visitors were tendered a reception at I b

I prominent Christian Endeavor worker, rejoice tbat'we are numbered among still more weary and sorrow-laden Yonge's hall. -

i, !e the city attending ;nc lp\\-r1I I Ia them. with the world's sins, He frequently The hall was prettily decorated with We have just purchased the Wa gon and Harness business of Messrs. ,
i2 JIf1:4; II fraternal deles*. Again, in behalf of the Ocala Ep resorted to rest His soul and body the league colors, white and yellow, S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods every-
.... worth League I extend to you the He was no stranger to this home, al- and the reception was one of the most thing that is needful to make it a COMPLETE LINE in every sense of

Card* and Billy Crom the young welcome of our hearts and homes. thought but a guest, else Martha largely attended ones ever given in the. word. We are agents for'several of-the best Farm Wagons on the market -.

,4- MM of Postmaster Crom, have gone President Patco's Response to the Address would not have appealed to Him to the city. ; ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides. these we. handle a great :variety .

,; to, South Carolina to spend the sum- of Welcome. remind Mary of her neglect of her In the receiving line were Mrs. Geo. I of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee. '

wr .with reaitvea. Rev Frederick Pasco D. D., of Live duties. Into this home also came one L. Taylor Misses Lillian and Ruby We invite the puglic to call and see our display of

Oak president of the Florida State day the dreaded foe of all mankind Farris, Elsa Schneider- and Messrs.
>Mr. L 8. Light of RtddicM, PndAC League, responded to Mr. Lohrlg's address only to be followed by the power of William Wilson and Cecil Bryant High Grade Buggies Serviceable Carriages, ,

... this week in Ocala. Mr. Light is very touchingly as follows: the resurrection. What is death when while all the other members of the -
Unexcelled Harness
*ea4ln; the conference of the state It it always pleasant to bear words Christ abides with us? Only a passing league also acted as a reception committee Wagons, -

it: .li flsrth League of welcome: sometimes though, they. shadow. ushering us into the perpetual in introducing and entertainingthe Lap Robes, Etc., Etc.

are mere formal utterances which circumstances sunshine of His presence. visitors. }
.- "'- Mr, William Anderson is having his require to be spoken, but I speak of these instances of hospitality Delicious ice cream and cake was MAIL ORDERS WILL ALWAYS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.

:: fete stare rvpapwd and redecorated. one can detect the false ring that simply to remind us of the served by a bevy of young girls who ,
We Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine :=
<' .vA wtat finished it will be, very great shows they are not genuine. place it occupies in the economy of are members of the league and they ,are f

f\ If'bt a t4.; We have beard from one young our lives, seeing to what wonderful saw that none were overlooked. and Farm Wagon. '

;.{ .. ,_ '''''Ji-'i-.k. brother who ba bid UI welcome in events it led in the. three cases to During the evening beautiful piano)

l' Mr. LIt tI L f. '
{ i Otfcta' Citizra,1i In'the city" Ocala, and none can doubt the sincerity We are told to be not forgetful to I Martin and Eula Moore, and 'Mrs. H. > '.'\ .
! Mf tctoftlt to the Epworth League of Us utterance, for wp have entertain strangers since some have. .
: M. Hampton.Mr. We are Always in Position to Meet th e Prices of Legitimate Competition.
i'Ii'''' Mr. Ley's Ocala friends bad more than his words to assure thereby entertained, angels unawares. westbrook a visitor to Ocala

l. wt. .+left:: &ed. to tee him-again. 3. that Ocala Leaguers welcome us I do not know whether there are any from Norfolk, Va., and who is a professional

to their heart ana homes. hidden angels among our guests.. I "whistler," delighted all with
r >>r. Allan Rodgers formerly of this A year ago at our meeting in MadIson doubt that there are, only because I several whistling selections.In ,

;: _' JfNr'' !# ce&tributins tome ,very inter- we received a most cordial invitation know live men are not angels, and every particular the league reception Knight & Lang

t- taf .IHerature on various subjects I to bold our next annual gathering some of the wise men of this day, was a brilliant affair. Y
.. ;II W se and rhyme to the JacksonMetropolis. here. That invitation we accepted after solemn investigation have deter- -
!{ ,wi. and we have had abundant evIdence mined that there are no female angels West Has Sold Timber Interest. (Successors to Standey and Co.) -

? that it was from the heart, ; and therefore they shall not, i 2 4.

f;"':: Tte editor of this paper hat a gen- since we: 1.M...led here" today.. weary even in marble-where they cannot Col. W. S.' West, who is presidentof <
tot guava bush in bearing in hilF' and dusty with travel and were met :talk-be so represented. I do not believe I the Georgia state senate, returnedto ,
Krt 8. This bows how remarkably the committee of arrangements these wise men from the East Valdosta. from Ocala, Fla., Tues- In Time Of Hot! .
WU last winter. This -
our perm
who greeted us with smiling faces know an angel when they see one; day, where he closed a trade by which
J***, b the thirst guava that has ever and soon had down south. I and'tiinbe'- land in- .
: Bothered in and a hearty handshake they have never been his entire milling For Cold!
|. this city us comfortably housed in the elegant hope they will not establish the truth terests in Marion and Sumter counties Prepair 1

where doors have opened wide of their contention before the heathensare Florida, goes to the McGehee
: Vr. and Mrs. Edward L. McIntosh, to receive us. all Christianized; if they do, it Lumber Company, composed of ,Florida We'would rather sell the balance of out STRAW HATS and SUMMER
I: t&t city, are now at Fairview cot- in the nat s of the Ep might disband the Woman's Missionary capitalists.The .
o b.Sunset Drive, Asheville, N. C., And so Leaguers, of Florida who are societies.So trade was made in ten minutesat CLOTHING at a big reduction than to carry them over. If you are going to'
,,,>ire of they, the expect to The spend friends tbe balMe of- here in the presence of their representatives it is, my friends, that the peopleof Ocala, awl involves a little less buy anything in our line now, you will save money by giving us a call.
summer. I thank you for your wordsof Ocala are glad to have you with than $300,000. It comprises the saw-
I{ f. MelntoEh hope that his health welcome Ocala young people, I find, them that they may avail themselves mill at Levon, 3,000 acres of timberin
''fll .
< climate.be greatly improved by the change have not forgotten the traditions of of the opportunity to grow in at least Marion and Sumter counties, 18 Stetson Pat Oxfords This, Season \

" their elders, who in the olden days, :one Christian grace. We welcome you miles of tram railway, and fifty-five
i''" .. opened their homes to their friends to our city though for a better reason, mules and wagons. and Leather
k. ':=';014}Mr.I 8.B.W. Stephens of Morristonan with old-fashioned southern hospital that is, that the work you have enlisted The property cost .Colonel West Styles ,
: and valued friend of this ,
paper we may of the highest and his profit
God grant that whatever to do is very $125,000 six years ago,
F"": "' 11 n a visit and ity.
:' s---. to St. Petersburg lose in the /changes time is making character; important to the state, as since then has been $iQ. The deal .
unedla. Mr. Stephens has been quite TO $3.00 A PAIR.
wk and has bringing about what is so often styled well as to the church.If i? one of the largest reported recently.. DEDUCED ,
.I gone to the southern part "The New South" God grant, I I am properly informed the ob \tlanta Constitution. .
state to ,
t' : recuperate. .
never lose:: that old "' ject of the Epworth League is to edu- t
,...\!' that we may
would place the last crust witha cate the young people in the church to Dr. Lindsay Quite Sick. W. J J- Chambers Shoe Company
tr that
(J. .) and Mrs. J. S. Morris of Oka- friend, and counted the host the be Methodists; to learn them what While coming nome Wednesdayfrom *.

1humpka, Pcala are spendingA few days in debtor in ministering to the comfortof Methodism means, its history, doc Martel Dr. W. C. Lindsay was __ __ .__ - -,, _
: Mr Moms lived here for 6ev. esteemed.We and whence it came and ill on the train.
t those whom they trines, polity; taken ,suddenly very
..;''eJ1l&1der months. being with Mr. T. he B. are glad to be with you; we whither it is going. If you are here engaged He had an acute attack of indiges- HEW HOTEL WORTpGTON.
and Ocala
? become since leaving have looked forward to this, conference in the business of making tion and bad a slight stroke pf paralysis -
"' <' a benedict with high anticipations; they are church members simply,then I have no on one side of his body. He was WORTHIN GTON, FLORIDA.

realized. business as a representative of a civil met at the tram. by a physician and
iUrJ). B. Howse went down to Kea already him OPENING DANCE ON THE NIGHT OF THE 28TH, OF JUNE.
and will receive be here But as I if who carried
'mee You have done us good government to say several gentlemen, EVERYBODY INVITED.
: Wednesday afternoon for a the reward the Savior promised.. your labor is toward building up Methodists : to his home at the Manse. He is receiving -
; business June 15th to the pu blfc. Everything comfortable arranged -
} 8.' visit. He 'Waf accom I attention Will open on
shall give such medical
representativegreet of
I best
"Whosoever can the
ted when He Wide ,a ol. shady verandas. Everything tor theplea.sur
7 his mother Mr3. FancesIfo1gE Special features .
of these my little and bid you success because reported last night to be very ,
of water to one you and was
,. a cup guests closely looked after. Large swimming pool of sulphur -
., .. ; that of our .
.." ones he shall in no wise lose his the city, state and nation need much relieved.. His friends trust hoteL -s

:: ,..; !! Johnnie Neff. of Jacksonville, .reward. more Methodists. They make good his illness is.only temporary, and. that Those'water who convenient are suffering from eith er Indigestion rheumatism, kidney tor
1-; ; er'*' will try to prove worthy of your cltlzena..Had we no other people than he will soon be himself again.Miss1 -
short,visit in Ocala the !guest I We stomach troubles, we recommend Wo rthington Sulphur Springs: water as a
,;. :Gf r.Ifeg! Fannie Clark: &nl the :Misses confidence and esteem, and trust that they then we would need no jails or .-
$ : I workers court houses and the principal dutyof Bennett of Crystal River, cure.
consecrated young Adah -
tfr.w gone to Anthony to visit this band of for a Fishing and boating in Santafee Rive r fine only zoo pards from boteL.
r tts.'L.C. Xeadiick.:. for- the Master mLY' leave an impress the mayor of Ocala would not exist. who came up to Ocala Tuesday
for good that shall last after our The truth is if everybody was a Methodist short stay in the city returned home RATES $10.00 PER WEEK; $35.00 PER IVIONTH-
> and we return we would have no need for legislation afternoon.nn** in Ocala : ..
r* t. W. Moore returned home brief sojourn together, : Wednesday
,' .& (hake Weir'on the afternoon train home to our accustomed duties. to curb the greed of increas- Miss Bennett was a ,'&(-st at the Ocala Including All Bathing. Privileges. "

o 1f Naemlay. we one ana all ing wealth or to hold in check the Horse.
He performed the cere- May Yours for Health and Pleasure,
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f' last when on high He sees us, would not exist the railroad rate bill Those attending the
<<.of.La1ke Weir and Mr, Wil- Then at more than one WELLS & LAMB
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I We regret the controversy goin os Maryland: reVvesthe traditions of This paper will say to Mr. ','<.o '
: Mr. friend the gentleman from Indiana When the Ocala Banner estab "
the eld school the .appointment of
FRANK HARRIS Editor. in these columns :with Mr. Moore but by that it :would ,be ashamed to say 1.-' :
.' (Mr. Charles B. Landis), who William Pinkney Wbyteto succeed Mr. lished forty years ago it little dreamed a law against
P. V.. Leavengood, Business Manager he "butted in" without any invita that it would be hog stealing pro.
fla'lfa printed on
Gorman in the senate. More than any-
closed his, remarkable -speech with the the stealing of hogs or that
'1,: .- tion. So the controversy h not of : generation separated them Mr. Gorman thing but a Washington hand 'press. a 1a.
/ ; statement that this country is the bes- against murder prevents the shedd
I this paper's choosing, but is of Mr. was sixty-seven and Mr. W rte is But a wonderful revolution has come of human blood i
country in the world, is by nature no any morea

Moore's own seeking. more an optimist than I am. I thank nearly eighty-two. a fit colleague in over 'the land since those days and law against the selling of liqQ .
: of Morga.n.nd Pet- the effect of this, revolution has been
Ont Sunday we printed an ar- God sir, that it Is the best countryIn : years and dignity nowhere in evidence prohibits the sale and use of li I than the
more in
r- the world. I devoutly ''hope that the tus, Alabama's octogenarians. It is Mr. Moore, and not the
ttclo. from the DeLand Weekly Nova o.' l.
printiLg offices of the country. Theo (
I to which belong alwaysbe Mr. Whyte and Mr. Gorman rep- Banner that has made this
the 'workings-ol.the-prohlbl- party may statem.
depicting resented contrasts: in 'th ir'" ] Washington hand press useful in
perSons .
devoted to those fundamental But the'Banner undertakes to
tion move ment In that county. The prin- sa,
its day:, has not only been supersededby "
Gorman the
editor of the News is aatr'&nI "prohi- ciples which make it the best countryin and characters Mr. larger and swifter there is a yast difference t1V I
T presses,
is for the world. (Applause On the demo- sharp, pushing money-making politician statutory crimes and crimes
bltionist" and making a fight amore pej
{ of his type setting by hand is being rapidly; !
the creator creature
: rigid enforcement of the prohibition cratic side.) We are face to"1 face witha I abandoned If there, were no law against st..oH..4, !
now most of the
0 T' : machIne. and :Mr. Whyte. the southerner news- '
{ laws.Among crisis in the industrial life of this. stealing would be a crime all the
I samsT
papers and magazines of the countryare 1
of social distinction talent and honored *
ther ihlnsrs. contained In country. In solemnity and importance, set on machines. In the Ocala and. there were no law against !nul.
so far as I know, without precedent*or serviced; der it would still be a crime
the News was the following: to
-: Motto: The Banner, believing those It was :Mr. Gorman's fate to succeed Banner office the Washington hand- Wee >
"Such scenes' of debauchery and paralleL Upon one side stands the republican human life. Everyone who
. : f ,at the top well aWe to; take care of t3 the party indissolubly linked. as and to be succeeded in the senate by press has long since been set aside; right from wrong knows that??? $,
profanity were enough cause ft
:themselves, has taken its stand in"the older man whom he ousted twenty- not only this but steam took the place !
: blush of shame to mantle the cheekof ( an organization, to those dominant yn of in wrong to convert the goods of another ,
barricades with the five Mr. Whyte had acquired hand power. This time was superceded -
: common people every decent person," eta. powers of combination, concentration, years ago. to his own use without just compea-

;- and its fight will be made for the betterment In commenting on thIs ciirn>7ngr the centralization, and monopoly that have prominence at the bar and in public by gas, and now gas'is being satlon or to take the life of fcu fej.
superseded by that swift and powerful
: of those at the bottom.. Banner said"Ma.rion : given its characteristic economic complexion '- positions in Maryland -when Reverdy low man, but statutatory crimes do not J
agent-the electric current The '
ia '30.et" county out no to the history of the last thir Johnson resigned from the senate in .: type always carry moral obloquy and are ;<
is set by a Mergenthaler machine and
", FRIDAY JUNE 22 1905. herein described ty years. (Applause on the democratic 1868 to be minister to Great Britain. onl'crimes because they
.., .,, .. such scenes as are are made g.by O'l
- ,' 'r+. ." '. .,. .. occurred anywhere within her border side.) The seat fell to Mr. Whyte by appointment everything is first-class and up-to- statute. -

date, or to use a more modern :
: :; Arcadia is a very small town, but 'If whatMr.. Codrington and his : On the other side- there isabroad in I Later elected governor he resigned phrase As good a man as Mr. Moore Is la j

; ft casts a bigger":vote than the great friends say of Volusia, is true, it is a : the land a growing aggregation of resentment to go to the'senate In 1875. \tri up-to-nowi all probability is A law breaker e'yery4

-. city of Live Oak j bad county, and its .morals are at a and anger because of wrongs i Gorman then a 'rising boss covetedthe I YeS; friends we have new presses day of his life. If he Is not, as good .1
low, ebb; its university and prohibition that have not been redressed of rIght place of Secretary 'Of the United[ new machines new type and are pre- men as 'he is, are J
to do the finest kind of
:- William Jennings: Bryan' has been agitators are ,making a poor that have been taken away of hope States senate. He appealed to Mr., on pared quick notice. Try us'with printing a bookor For Instance, it Is a crime In OcaU |

to Mosoow and wasn't llk the great showing as the result of their tabors. that has been deferred. We hear the Whyte and was rebuff d. Then he took: to expectorate on the sidewalks, ani 3

Napoleon orettaJcen: by the mows, of Something must be wrong somewhere.The mutterings and whisperings of a his revenge by effecting the retirementof pamp'hlet. yet :how,few of us regard this law 4

- 'winter.M : picture 'drawn ,of Volusla is sad ; threatened uprising in the name -of socialism Maryland's foremost democrat and In trying to place the sale and use \
Salt of the Earth.In .
ana discouraging" against tyranny that has his ownelection. A' unanimous electionto _. of intoxicating liquors on a plane with

i; : The Alabama Press association wiU We submit that this was a fcgitl- arisen out of exaggerated Individual be mayor of Baltimore was Mr. an editorial .the AshJand) (Pa.) murder and stealing, our distinguished, I

. : bold tta annual -"' utthg" at Atlantic mate -criticism. It was neither un ism based upon social privilege under Wihyt 's vindication. i Telegram on J. 'Irvin. Steele, -who died friend is straining at a gnat.

. Beach soon the-adjournment of, fair 'nor offensive to any good nor intelligent the laws. In this hour, sir, it is my "I was a; member of the United the other !day we find -the following; I

I belief that the of States senate 'when all the democrats Bryan in 1903.It .
; the association. July 25th. person. safety my "In the. profession which he honored j

In reply to Mr Moore's sharp and country is in the guardianship of the there could be gathered under one umbrella he was strong and uncompromising" for '

If Bryan: and Roosevelt are both rasping criticism of this editorial. In democratic party whose principles are ," said Mr. Whyte in a speech in what he ,believed Ito toe just and right begins to look mora and more -. I

-: nominated: which tone -will! be regarded order to avoid a controversy, the Ban- coeval with the constitution itself. Philadelphia during the first Cleveland He dfcspised hypocracy. He ,gave like Mr. Bryan is,to again be the standard : = I

- as representln'S the conservative elements ner did not attempt a word of its whose perpetuity ,is necessarily associated campaign. He .returns at a time blows and lie took !theni without' bearer of the democracy. A !Wait' 1 I

' i: in :politics? own. Jt simply reproduced an article with the permanence of those when the democratic minority Is gain- > 4 i
wincing-he was always a man. of enthusiasm for him Is
I from the pen of Miss Jefferson principles; a party equally opposed to ing in influence and weIght if not in And here 'is his newspaper creed: spreading rapidly ocer the already. ," "

. The Wet' Canadian association Bell which had just been publishedin the tyranny of the few and the. oppression numbers. His return in Itself, as a colleague "Never 'allow personal prejudice to those who disagreed with country.Even 'him _

will 'have a party of Washington correspondents the Gainesville Sun, the Tampa of the many, and which offers of Mr. Rayner. restores the
enter into( anything that be I
might i most widely in 1896 and who double! :}
: tour' Canada: for the In fudamental state of Maryland to worthy representation -
purpose Tribune and some other netrspapsrs. its allegiance to the .
- said in. Its columns and be always his ability have come to recognize th
;i of making its resources known in which she stated that: "Prohibition, inviolability of private property on the In the senate, where his namesake it
faithful ,in serving the public, and, fact that he is a great man great In
i with the expectation pf adding to Its as applied to Leon county, is a fail one hand and of the individual liberty William Pinkney more than all to
above keep libs columns clean. mental strength great in heart greatin 11
population. ure." on the other a refuge ti the people three-qarters of a century preceded '
He wanted "Ms
to into
newspaper go : the purity of his character. Mr.
: -,.. that thera for hfm. World. tI
Mr. Moore complained both monarchy and anarchy.In -
the homte a true compendium of the Bryan has learned' deal
: great since :
: Mr. S. B. Russ the veteran journal In his this sir shall 1
were. typograpnical errors, article confidence we go before -
local events land be
always to
. so he
went to Chicago as a .
4 ist. Is doing some good work in behalf and implied that they were made the citizenship of this great republic WANTS TO OVERTHROW PRESENT newspaper
clean and wholesome that it -would bea
r correspondent and came the
- : of the convict lease system for S. A. Int ntlonaily.. in the coming campaign, con- CONVICT LEASE SYSTEM. away
welcome vfisitoT to fireside. He
every nominee
of great democratic
Rawls & Co, of Ocala. Buss is a. flattering In his first article Mr. Moore not tending for those basic, characteristic par.
Gross In- wanted it to be a true reflex of his ty. Many things of moment to the
success at might Orlando Reporter Charges
anything he does
only said that "prohibition pro- original and necessary American '
character and to emphasize the interest country have happened since then and :
engage in.-Tampa humanity and Cries Aloud fora
hibit, but further along in the bodyof doctrines upon which the country has t
that he felt in the
- ? always ; com many new questions have thrust :- I
his article used the: words- "abso achieved, its Reformation.The ;
.' glory and which it i
Just say that this everglades drainage munity 'and the pride that he took In themselves to the front. Mr. Bryan ha ?
lute prohibition," showing that he did must continue to be loyal if it shall Jacksonville Metropolis says .
; scheme is only Intended his rtovu"Such; studied changes and conditions he i3 f
for Orlando Re-
J of the
a that the editor ;
not place any restrictions nor limitations survive to fulfill the prophecies of the
editors the salt of the
consummate steal to are : now enlarging his mental horizon bp
pay political obligations to its porter has mailed a personal letterto
meaning. patriots that have lived and died for "
earth It is suidh behind the '
anVJ will men extensive travel and observation, and -
you dome mighty .If Mr. Moore was not making compariSons it., [Loud Applause. the editors of the state papers, asKing f
near expressing our own conviction of evils nor seeking to place their cooperation in creating country press Who form the stay and when he returns America he will tw !

-' -. upon (the -subject Jacksonville Fkwidlan. sentiment for a change in the hope (of the country. Such papers welcomed home as the great democratof I
the sale and use of liquors on a plane ABOUT GROVER CLEVELAND.
standing sturdily: for ;the right day after the country.' f
with "hog kealing" and "murder." in the present convict lease system.
day, doing right, far from (the '
S S He has always been sound in his
why did"he- lug these offensive refer- What he Does to While .Away .the state, that the time is ripe' for proper ;
An author wrote Mr. I blare of trumpets wMdi attend the tariff views and one of the bwt
Flagler for
abusiness'maxim ences Into. the discussion? Time at Princeton, N. J. agitation of this question. A corrupt 1 i
virtuous acts of stfhe metropol1tan
worthy to be specially in it has been imitated speeches he made while in congresswas !
We hold. that moral questions oughtto "Grover is living like an _English system
:1 tmpressed upon the youth of press, exercise a power for good which on. this question. The free silver I
counties without warrant In law,
be settled along moral lines- country gentleman and is the idol of by ,
4 and promptly received cannot be estimated: by Immediate Issue has about passed away, or other
the following through the education the head and the people and the students of Princeton and to some eater) by cities. It is .

answer: "consI er. The. postage' stamp, heart. To. this end should be generously ," said Charles R. Smith a retired wrong in principle and damning in its results. conditions are such that all democrat .
; how tt sticks till Itt gets tbwne." can get together on a plank on that
enlisted the press, the pulpit business man of Princeton and an alu- effects: The industries of the state ,
Pretty Old To Be Learning New ,
question Mr. Bryan can take up
;( and the school mnus of the university at the Raleighto can get along without that class of Tricks.
The of honesty in the t'pu
press the state is administration I
throwing We do not believe, that you can leg- a Washington Post man Friday. labor and the state can provide safe, G.
Tom Rickards with Cur-
bouquets at our neighbor in :honor of George lie affairs and -tariff reform as his
islate a people moral and temperateany "The ex-president lives some three decent and profitable employment for will
its twelfth birthday We" make note tie attorney long remember' the 'paramount issues." If he will do this,
: a distribu- I
than legislate them tnese convicts a suitable
more you can blocks from the university building in Dy
second' primary election day of June
of the same with ,pleasure These' the dream of the presidency which '
re- tolerant religious'and refined. tion of them in the improvement of
beautiful home
and there he receives -
marks 12, 1906. Being anxious to record Ms hu n'with .
are not only pleasing for the him through two campaigns ,
These must have their foundations roads for to come, and thus
things the distinguished visitors who our years
editors f the 'Star vote at Deerfield. he tried for backet f
but are' may actualities: )
? exceed become when
elsewhere., If .trie church look- come from every part of the nation. give the people of the state the finest
tihalrs and not.being able to find
inglycomplimentary to : one a third one is finished. Selma Ala
.- \ Ocala which fed to .the courts to hold It togetherIt There he and Mrs. Cleveland who is roads, in the country and to that extent essayed a motorcycle. This being new ( )
supports two daily Journal.
: handsomely. newspapers 33( would soon go to piece loved by the people of the town, en benefit every man in the state to,him, tie (thought it better to try tt -

: It may be true that prohibition laws tertain. The place become far more than by the present lease '
has a second -
Ii around: a block here before taking Mr. John( W. Pearson of the Peai1 1
: may lessen the sale and use of Intoxicants Monticello, a mecca for those who system which operates for the enrichment ,-
A DESERVED RECOGNITION. the longer Journey. Alas! Alas! Here BOn Oil. and Gas Company, went down:
f' but even here, as Miss Bell the who of the persons who lease the
-- revere man was twice pres came his Waterloo. The machine ran to; Citrus county Monday to Inspect

Senator Taliaferro has been assigned says comes up a debatable question. ident and is still regarded as the convicts as well as those who sub- away with him, and :the energetic city the oil wells. It 'is to be regretted "

'to the committee on,ft ance to fill Again .referring to the DeUand greatest living democrat."To lease .and by the time the price per marshal: ever on the watch for a fee, that on Saturday an accident hap. '

-- ;: the vacancy caused by ,the death of Weekly News. whose editor like Mr. the students Mr. Cleveland is a head is paid, with all the tips and bo- ran away with the motorcycle and ,ite pened "to both the,wells and, Mr. Pearson -

4: Senator Gorman '1 nis is the ranking Moore. is a prohibitionist and be- very approachable and he lectures nuses, it becomes absolutelj' necessary unwilling guest and took them before has gone down to investigate the -

tteved :that phohibitton would be a them international to work that convict to the uttermost "
committee of the"senate: and a place on and kindred "The Beak. The mayor promptly trouble.CHILD'S.

*,, on It is a very high compliment indeed panacea for the evil but was sorely subjects three times a week. Usuallyhe ; limit to mako! a profit oa'. of fined him $5 and costs. As the motorcycle -

S : to disappointed. describes the conditionof has something in the of 'a the labor.
a senator who is only beginning way ran away with Tom Rickards,

)F his second term of service. affairs in Volusia county as follows message to deliver at commencement The plan itself was not Institutedby and not he with the cycle, the question

: but this time he simply sat the a Floridian and it should not be AWfUL
The appointment will increase Sen. on plat- arises-Who broke the ordinance of
"The News fears that of the good people of the
: ator Tallaferro's some our form. tolerated by
opportunities of usefulness the city, the cycle or Tom? As it was j
people are 'hypocrites. This is meant "Princeton state. The letter sent to these editorsis
a college town
to' Florida
; When proposed pure purely an accident perhaps the mayor

tariff legislation reaches the senate it for only those whose shoes pinch. and simple but is is also becoming a as follows:, was hard upon. thmt both.West Palm

; goes into the hands of this committee. "As a. result of the prosecutions last favorite place of residence for retired Mr. Howard's Appeal. Beach News.It SKIN HUMOR'R 1

_.; The Times-Union favors a tariff for summer and Jail many of the minor business men of New York and Phila Orlando, Fla., June 14, 1906.

j 'revenue only, ,without giving to any offenders were' arrested and fined; delphia. Several wealthy men' have Brother Editor-I desire to call your wasn't a Missouri edftof but a .

one.1fne dollar of protection that can; while those of .means and Influence recently moved there and built pala. attention to the discussion of the pres p thter's devil who was going Screamed .

-r: be avoided.* So long as the-system of were not ,molested. For Instance an tial homes. Woodrow Wilson the ent state convict lease system in the through his firSt experience, on "mak with Pain-Suffering r

4 protection is maintained, however, its old woman living near Ormond who president .of Princeton, who has been columns of the Orlando Reporter-Star ing up" forms. The paper was late Nearly Broke Parent's Heart-.

$;_ favors should be equitably distributed. raised grapes made a few gallons of mentioned as the democratic canda- of the evil of the principle itself, the and the boy gott the galleys mixed. Twelve Years of Misery-Doctor

The, republican party, professing to domestic wine and sold it by the date for president of the United gross inhumanity growing out of it, The first part of the obituary noticeof Called Case

: favor reciporcity, will listen to no talk quart or gallon was arrested, hauled. States, also has a beautiful home and the necessity of providing some a ImpecuJieous citizen had been Incurable-Helped

before court-- tried, convicted, fined' there. He is with plan for the amelioration of these from First and
in that line except with South or Central Immensely popular dumped in the forms and the next ,

; American nations or if it deals and disgraced. But rich, and Influential the students." evils. handful of type came off of a gaily .
: people living within a short distance -: Bills looking to a change in the
give no concessions describing a recent fire. It read like
of this old woman, are allowed' system will be presented to the next
except on agricultural prod- Watterson's Hotne Song. this: "The pall bearers lowered the
-; ucts. Republican to maintain one of the finest barrooms Florida legislature, probably lookingto and
reciprocity would buy body to the grave it was consigned -
'h markets for northern manufacturersat In this state, with polished j Henry Watterson sang a sweet song the building of good roads in every to the flames there were few if any \__ _

the' counters and cut-glass decanters; i to the "Home Comers" in Kentucky, county in the state with this labor. "I
expense of the agriculture of regrets, for the old: wreck had been an; wish to inform you that your

the south and especially of Florida. five to eight bartenders are In regu- I I "Kentucky! Old Kentucky! The very and if consistent with your views a eyesore 'to Hie town for years. Of wonderful Cuticura has put a stop to

Concessions lar attendance and the latest Theo- name 'has had a charm, has wrought proper molding of public opinion
on hurt Louisiana there .
sugar course : was todividuail loa"* hut twelve years of misery I passed with
dore Roosevelt, Manhattan and Bishop music all Its through: the columns of your paper '
and injured1 Florida's prospects. Con- a-spelt has made a own; that was fairly: covered by insurance."

.* cesssions on tropical fruits would Potter cocktails are served to those I has woven on its sylvan loom a glory joining with other papers In the state, The widow ithtoks the editor wrote my son.I noticed As an infant on

who want the fancy drinks. from the glory of Virginia.Kentucky's would help the good cause along. -
; greatly Injure Florida. We, would like quite apart the obituary that way because the lamented hisbodyaredspotf.
This is only a sample. There mother and the glory of Yours ,respectfully, -. :
to see all '
protection go, but we are i partner! of her joys and sorrows and treated same
: not willing to give up the little that dozens of other cases which might Tennessee, Kentucky's sister. it has C. E. HOWARD. owed him five years' subscription. : ...) 1'with differentrem-

i the south receives to be cited." bloomed in all 'hearts where manhoodand ediesforaboutfiveyears
only .
buy more Czar Was Urged to Expel Bryan. -LSve! Oak Democrat
; & favors for the north. womanhood hold the right of i ysi v but when
Mallory on the Drainage of the Ever- A Berlin special says: The corre- theepotbeganto

r On this committee Senator Talia- glades. way. spondent of the Post at St. Petersburgwires .Our esteemed contemporary, the ( JT/YY X A get larger I put
ferro will be .
to look after the Live Oak Democrat with most
Let's see. The Star said. speaking that the presence of William commendable u a 'J/ \ him under the care

; interests of Florida. Of course the This measure does aat propose that' of the tragedy in Levy county that Jennings, Bryan has caused a great enterprise is printing from If of doctors. Under

f' democrats oppose 'the whole nefarious the day to day street scenes of its busy their treatment the tttsease spread to
'S government: shall drain It. but there "'wu.a. good .deal of drinkingand flurry in court circles. The reactionary -
system but Senator Taliaferro will be tt feasible bustling city. What Is somewhat unusual tour different parts of his body. The
simply \) ascertain whether It Is much rowdiness. That was as clique has exploited his visit in an
in position to_ fight all attempts to about these is longer the doctors treated him the worse
for scenes the absence -
drainage. The everglades are much or more than the Banner said effort to incite the Czar against it
make it more nefarious grew. During the day it would get
than it is by subject to overflow from Lake Okee- of the Douma. of a single "people. In a city
about the condition of affairs In Vo- progressists parties rough and form like
scales. At it
making it even night .
is. more sectional thanit citobee. Lake Qkeechobee is a large hisia county reported by the Deland claiming that Bryan was encouragingthe where the population is so dense youcan would be cracked, inflamed, and badly '

lake.- some forty miles long and forty Weekly News whose editor is an earn- constitutional democrats to resist scarcely pass or repass each other swollen, with terrible burning and itch-

tobacco A revenue tariff is properly levied on miles wIde It overflows annually and est prohibitionist But good Brother the imperial authority. They charge without jostling one another to ing. When I think of his suffering, it -

because an internal revenuetax floods the everglades and makes them Moore did not fire any of his .ire at that it is improper for a foreignerto such a degree as to sometimes amount nearly breaks my heart. His screams :

is Imposed on it. thus making this uninhabitable. Whether the lands are the S'ar. Perhaps It was because of interfere in Russian affairs and almost to.a collision these pictures, could be heard down stairs. The suffering .

commodity help support the govern- dratnable! or can be reclaimed is a its gentle treatment of him In the last criminal,for the members of the Russian showing nothing but trees and houses of myson made mefull of misery* ,-

ment whether produced at home or mooted question, and it has not been prohibition campaign. But the Banner parliament to hatch conspiracies look almost like rural scenes, and to I had no ambition to work, to eat nor -
could I
-; abroad. A revenue tariff should be settled. The authorities of the state of doesn't mind.Mr through the cooperation of foreigners.The that extent are remarkable. Like the sleep.

levied on the grade of cotton pro- Blortda have been considering It for -.- reactionists urge the Czar to ex puzzle pictures-the people are hid One doctor told me that my son's

,duced in Egypt. because it Is a grade time and are contemplating about in nooks and eczema was incurable and gave it up
some they Elbert Stevens a former resident pel Bryan on the-ground that he has corners and you
not produced in this country. It a job. One evening I saw an
benefit the of long might making an effort to drain them: of Ocala Is now associated with indulged in disrespectful utterances can't see them. They are somewhere article in the paper about the wonderful
growers staple cot but there really has been no survey Another else.
Mr. W. L. Martin as business managerof toward the government. CUticura'anddecidedtogivejtatrial.
; ton in this country by raising the price made and nothing to determine that. the Crystal River News. advises making a formal diplomatic -
We know clique "I: ten
i cf Egyptian cotton but if it did this We are glad to you Cuticura I -
the project ts feasible.-Senator Mallory see good Brother
that these two gentlemen to Washington. The is
will make a protest worth its weight in gold; and when I
would: still yield more, revenue than Moore his
In Congressional: Record, June 15.: big success of this ..paper.In Russian secret service police shadow. statements. At had used the first box of Ointment there
protection. A tariff on sugar and first he was quite brash .
ed Bryan the moment he crossed the and said very was a great Improvement and by the ::
j--. pineapples would be a revenue tariff Powell, of the SL Petersburg Independent unequivocally 'that "prohibition
: tearing down the old court house frontier, and noted the name of any- does time I had used the second set of Cuti .

because the amount of protection it ; was anew figure at the meetIng last week at Ocala the laborers found one with whom he conferred. The Czar prohibft.' He now gives his definitionof curaSoapOintment, and Resolvent my !f

would give would be insignificant in of the State Press association in In the cornerstone seine money whiskey rejected the advice of the reactionaryand "prohibition" as a motion to restrict child: was cured. He is now twelve '_

--- comparison with the reveue It would Ocala He made many friends and a and a newspaper. Perhaps they -to reduce. But with the "almost over- years old, and Jbi3 skin is as fine]and, ::
accepted the counsel of the ministers
produce. Democrats should fight splendid fight for his town for the next are the three greatest Influences whelming testimony cited by this smooth as silk. (signed)Michael Stein- '
:. I against striking revenue features meeting; ma present be- who pointed out that any molestation pa- man, 7 Sumner Avenue Brooklyn
everyone ,we good and evil but It's per we do not ,see tow be could
; 4 from the tariff as earnestly as they lleva, If alive, will be with him for three should""be mixed strange the of Bryan would create an un- well have done very N. Y.. April 16, 1905." -

should fight for 'striking1 out protec 1JC8. Powell Is all right Lake up in the temple favorable impression in the United otherwise than, to givea Complete External and Intent Tmtmo tor ewr
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City '
of definition Bunot frc
Justice.-St Lucie somewhat different"from f'ilnplel to 8ctiJfr IlIfIDq W A51
r tire features.-Time.-Unlox Index. County States and, turn the'public opinion of .01d31 .e Cu1Iiaza S.p! e., 0iJItDtftIC,MIc., 3-
; Tribune. the world against Russia. the dictionaries. We accept the' amendment .Ii&;(Ia. form DC CIINW Iw Coattd fnI-.2k.pIf ftiiCJC -

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Ir *.-wt ia It? What is Its Missionary -Rally Day, Greenwood Trees About 18 .Years Old Often Yield So Declared by the Democratic Ex- f S 1'

? is the end to $56 Worth of the Nuts Annually. exutive 'Committee Saturday-Defeated -
.i j 1 whit means, Church. Citra Circuit, June 29, 30, ) Light by Only Eight I

4i1Ore S and July 1st, 1906. .
Commercial pecan orcharding: is
: "questions that need to .
comparatively a new Industry, and it
b'-.iJ- parent and teacher 10:0(1( FridayDevotional, exercisesby / -
is likely that orchards: will be planted
;; by them. \ Pastor. Rev. Geo. H. York. The county democratic committeemet
by unscrupulous speculators, with Saturday
r&tjon only a memorizing ofr'nd 10:10-Foreign Missions, by Rev. L forenoon at the city
t cheap seedling trees only 'to be sold hallfor the purpose of canvassingthe
rules? is school only a W. Boring.
before bearing at a fabulous price (for vote -polled at the primary election
for pouring into the empty 10:20-A Message: from Our Mission last Tuesday. .
e such orchards
) to some unsuspecting
. f-children all the knowledge Fields by Sunday school class. investor' Tvtio ful.sSeen or beard of Chairman Graham called the meetIng -

.. textbook and that which the 10:80 Facts snowing Development the profits to be deriv&d from an or- to order, 'after which the secre-

of Mission Fields by Mrs. Geo. tary: called the roll by precincts. The
J.f rfaf possess? Oarl- chard of good grafted pecans. To
ton. following dlsDrlots were represented:
those una/cquatated with the profits in
for the
nofto be so, heads'tre'not
t empty like a pall 10-40-How Missionary Spirit Is a good pecan orchard: iit'may be Interesting Ocala, Reddick Flemlngton Cotton 4JestsddfMtMH IG.er l I

i Growing at Home by Rev. E. A. Gray. to know that: trees from 1=: ." Plant Lake Weir Grahamvllle, Citra Ilhrgttt.4nJar(1! ( .
n'anti be filled by,something 4.nthony! Blitchton
c 11:00-Sermon on Missions Rev.C. 13 old Pedro. Dunnetlon.,
into it. : by years are actually yielding nan ,
II 1FithoUt being A.. Saunders. average of $27 to $56 annually. Sparr.. Kendrick Martel Geiger. ravasAi +
i of., children must grow D. R. Mixon CAlES wMEAv
e.. 12:30-Refreshments served on the Count 20 !trees 'to the acre and only represented Flemington -
tttla." unds. by proxy, as did T. K. Slaughter
this gT ) $25 per tree land you have the handsome w
of arousing growth
result EJelleview.
2:00( p. Devotional exercises: by income 'of $500 per acre. Y
i mind directing it into proper I:. W. Boring. The nuts from the trees referred to A committee consisting of Messrs. ,

., }wd developing its powersH 2 10 McCully, Crosby and Rou was
: p. m.-Systematic* Giving, by sold for 25 cents per pound In the ap-
at1On." Mrs.:. R. C. Douglas.;' ';.' < '" *=t'*' open market but allowing that ,choice ponted to verify the tabulated state-
fid 11 to fit children to make the ment of the votes l lf
H had
2:20 'm.-W mlan'oS which been prepared + ,
p. < Foreign Mission nuts become more plentiful than. they ,
,tof their opportunities, to enable _Society, by Mrs. S. S. Harris. are at present and the price drops by Chairman Graham and Sec- toAt i

c'to UTe'completely., .. 2:20: p. m.-Woman's Home Mission within 'the reach of the masses, and .retary Zewadski. After comparing the
i then Is this end to be obtain- returns with this
fe Society, by Mrs. Wyckoff. the nuts sell at 10 cents per pound report the 'committee

t;.. '2:40 p. m.-Our, Need and Ability: wholesale, (there would still be a showing declared It correct and same was cast ro. .

q ruing to school, you say.. and .to Meet I't. by Rev C. A. saunders: of $10 per, tree, yielding 100'pounds adopted. The complete vote stood: jiIIJ,

,ti; .u' *ihere',< Is to; "books. All 2:50: \h 'sp iUng book' must beea 2, and on motion Mr. Ma'thew"5'was
! Rev:Geo.,H. York. <,' average gold mine. However pecan
/the reader must be gone 3:00 p. m.-Sermon on Mission, by orcharding Is: no "get rich quick" declared, the nominee. liyfi atuE _i

t1I\ 'again r, or. children must, bei i Rev. E. A. Gray. scheme on account of the time're- Committeeman Hudgens moved thatas hIt V S
i 4'frOm the first reader to the Bittinger had received two USED raonv -
8:00 p. m-preaohing. by Rev. C. quired to mature an orchard, and votes rest f '
1 f as :fast as they can pronounce A. Saunderd. and Light the next highest: they be ,
.. flherefore never will be overdone and
fairly well; they muse be ,carf allowed run Ii 1 S j I
4s; Saturday. i 7, the market glutted as is sometimesthe !the race over in the .
through the, arithmetic'whether 10:30,, next primary, which seemed ,to meet .. s +
a. m.-Prayer Praise ser t'3.Se1th the peach. and 'other Ea10Rid1
to read numbers or S -m rxr7o ngnt
tare learned the of
f vice. perishable fruilts.-The Nut Grower. approval the committee, and

.-To me, such Is a very poor edujfflL 11:00 a. m.Preaching,. by Rev. F. -- was unofficially adopted.Dr. .

Ir eems'to,promise. much but R. Bridges. Cause of Delay. Griffith made a motion to the

laatyiaUs I far short of that which 12:30 p. m.-Refreshments. effect (that as some of /the precincts CLAUDE L'ENGLE A. K. TAYLOR

He(thQ child makehisown decis- 2:90( p. m.-Quarterly Conference. Office of Third Assistant Postmaster did not seem to avail themselves of Edith Cartoonist

ibout things; 'It leaves him able 8:00 General, Washing-ton, D. C.. June the opportunity! offered for holdingprimh.iy '
in p. m.-Preaching, by Rev, T. .. AH ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY WITH A WILL OF ITS OWN .
grasp his opportunities in ; E. York. 14, 1906. To all postmasters: The an- elections, the county be redistricted '

*!r'words.'It is not .a' practical edu- Sunday. nual approrlation for the manufactureof and "Chese precincts be Brimful of Good things-Bristling With Catchy Cartoons .

:an-Jie:cannot ,use it Knowledge 10:00: a. m.-Love Feast stamped envelopes and newspaper added to existing precincts, and that

jj little value if it is ,in such form 11: a." m.-Preaching and Sacra- wrappers fln the fiscal year ending the board of county commissioners be Maybe you want to know what's so? Perhaps you would s

fit' :cannot be called IntQ use by ment of'L
owner. What we want is prac- Bridges. June Ttih. The issue of 'them! from the carried. At this point Mr. H. W. well told and cleverly pictured appeals to you? Per

il education.jfe .. 12:Refreshments... Hartford agency was (Itherefore, necessarily Long, chairman of the board arose adventure you have longed for a paper that will print I '

is far too short to even hope to 2:00 p. m.-Prea.chlng.. by Rev. T. discontinued until congress and informed the committee that the everything that should be printed? .

tU knowledge, to have everything E. York. I provided additional funds. This has election( districts were not formed

!'ed-: awayrin the mind for future 8:00 p. m.-Preaching: by Rev 'T. I been done and: The new appropriation alone for the: convenience 'of //the dem THAT'S THE SUN .

.V E. York. I was available June 13th.: This crrcum- ocrat'In: holding primaries, but for

la office of the school and the Greenwood or' perhaps better knownas stAnce !has caused a delay of one weekIn the convenience of all voters of what- A Paper Without a Censor. A Paper Without '
of Is .to the a
ff the teacher prepare Pine is noted for hospitality.Her the Shipment of envelopes and ever party.

id'M:that when he 'leaves school sons and, daughters have inherited wrappers, which will continue until Mr. Snow said In defense of the Boss. A Paper Without a Financier. .

tai eater. the great school:of life the n
i l.-ri.on learning, meeting and Her doors are open. The Invitation is orders. Requisitions will be that: as the farmers were all very

iterlng:obstacles, ,and make the to one: and all Come. We trust. to be filled as' rapidly as possible In the busy and did not feel able to lose the TAT'STIIffi SUN

It of his opportunities.' able to give you' a feast of good things. order of 'th ir receipt. Postmasters will time to go to the polls, the time for
Bleed, :then, of memorizing word Respectfully yours understand (the cause of delay and advise holding ithe 'primaries should be it i is Sanitary, Clean and Wholesome. it is Tropical Bright and .

a word-I mean the letters used GEO. H. YORK Pastor in charge. then ,patrons accordingly. Correspondence hanged: back to 'the time 'they wereform.erIy '
Fascinating. It is Virile Live and
4ell these'words the pupil shouldEJ : on account of the delay held, which seemed! to meet Enterprising.BEf'18R .

'the.,sounds of the letters GROWTH OF CHRISTIAN SCIEN.) should' be avoided. the approval of the committee.
;ordiacrit1cal; marks ITI STS. EDWIN C. MADDEN, Mr. Clarence' J. Smith urged more GET THE SUN

te these sounds. These Third Assistant: Postmaster General. enthusiasm: the primaries, and too'-

te the key to the spelling. One Million Believers and Many Mag occasion to eulogize William Jennings Moat of your neighbors do. Get their opinion on it.

this key'the learner will be grated nificent Temples Erected. Found a Cure for Dyspepsia.Mrs. Bryan holding him up as the Moses Then write right' to

10.see with what facility ,he can The Christian Science Temple, costing S. Lindsay, of Fort Wiliams that must event .lly ,bring !the democratic away l
Ontario, Canada, who has suffered
Itiords: : and_ pronounce<0 .them $2,000,000, which,was dedicated in quite.a number of years from dyspepsia party to national: success. THE SUN, Jacksonville Florida. .
oaut'the aid of a teacher; he caniCit Boston a few days ago, is one of the and great pains in the stomach On motion the funds that remainIn ,
is practical. was advised by her druggist to takeChamberlain's Inclose as the notion.strikes you-say
! most beaatiljl edifices in the cntirccountry. the (treasury were ordered paid proportionately -

ts MOB as'possible the child shouldtught'same' The gimth of .this religious, lets. She did so Stomach and says and, "I Liver find.Tab that to the election managers. $2.00 for One Year, $1.00 for six months

of. the most common booV las tan most ]>i euomenat ant they have done me a great deal of There being no further business !the "}

fti,that' make up words. For, in- the' foil 'W'ni: summary of its. stat's' good. I have never had any suffering committee adjourned to meet again at 50 cents for three months.

ere if he onca learns-. thatthe pre- tics :aaa history will: rive intere.' nr with since dyspepsia I began using or Indigestion them." If why troubled not the call of the chairman. And we'll see to it that you'll never regret it. We'll give

(11*aeons'back of again, when he information to the ,readers of The take these tablets get well and stay you the biggest run for your money that money ever hart

&-such.wods: : aa, return, remark Banner: well? For sale by all druggists m Following the Flag. Oh I yes, we'll .send sample coplss. '
it1 once beows: that they mean Number of chatereV churches, 057. '-

a,back. make again. If he learns Other organized' societies, 277 GEORGIA PEACHES POOR. When our soldiers went to Cuba and

it'ii: ;, when placed before a words Total number of church services, the Philippines health was the most -
New York June 15.-Georgia important consideration. Willis T. -
e not,,when he comes to such Morgan, retired commissary' sargeant

Ms 'u, oukind. untrue, he at once 934.Church edifices erected, 145. peaches are coming at the rate: of U. S. A., of Rural Route No. 1, Concord -

JW th i'jaeaniag! to be not kind, Reading rooms maintained, 579. about eight' mare a day and are landing N. H., says: "I was two' years in -
' : Cuba and two years in the Philippines Florida East Coast :
tree, Hl soon., Christian Science practitioners, at the P. R. R. pier. This in and being subject to colds. I took-Dr. Railway. :S.
\.seems, to me that a great deal 3,169. King's' New Discovery for Consumptionwhich .
spite of, the fact that the growers vot-
,time! should be spent in teaching Members of the mother church in kept me In perfect health. And o
*& read ed to ,have them all come over 'the B. now in New Hampshire we find it "
to numbers and examples Boston, 35.0vu.v better medicine than any In the.world local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16 1W6.
Ithmetlc than- Is devoted- to solv- Total listed membership.' of the de- & 0. The quality of the fruh is not for coughs, colds bronchial troubles ,

pwlilema.Mdrea nomination, 42,000. very good but equal to the first ship and all lung diseases. Guaranteed at SOUTH-BOUND-READ. DOWN NORTH-BOUND-READ UP. t

are too often' allowed todt'out Copies of "Science and Health" sold ments. The prices'mnk Jl.25lbJ2.50, Tydinga & Co., druggists. Price 50 cts. '
,and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
.all the examples in each 390,000., which is a Tittle less than last year for No.S9 ( H.,. 29 STATIONS., No. 78. No.98
4i.lth the eelLxg,that all the prob- Estimated number of adherents, 1,. WOODMEN LOG ROLLING. Daub I Daily Daily725pm Dally855am S T
a af life will the first shipment.
appearto'them under 000,000. 6 (Ipm 920am928am Lv_...... ...? _Jaek9ouvWe.. _.??. -...... Ar
rule and its natural case and 1866-Christian .Science discoveredby ,After this week the Mountain Rose, Jacksonville.For 6C8pm .?__.QnllthJaeksonvWoL'I' 717po 847a .
''be this occasion the Seaboard AirLine Wpm 1040am1118am .__..._,st. Angust1ne.___.....:" 6 15pm 745am' *
{can easily worked. The Mrs Baker Glover.1815"Science Wardells and other, good. varieties will 7 5.:!|>m808pm . _.Hastings.____" 6 4pm i 49am w
"'should': be taught to read the'y'"see and Health, With be much batter. If present, prices offers a rate of $3.30 round trip 11 S51.m :..-____.)EastPalatka.. .. ._...a..II t 20pm Elam
' ( that is 'consists of awent by from Ocala. Tickets on. sale' June 26 M :spun 12 OOm Ar.- ___ Pelatta..___LT 455pm545pm a OOsu
Key to the Scriptures, published keep up as an average through the 745pm: it loam LT...__.___ Palatka.. ..___-Ar : 660am
and a' and 27th limited June 30.
question discover Mrs. Mary Baker Glover Eddy. 92opm .?._?._ Ar____ .___.San Mateo_. ,?.. .Jv :='_ ftlSam
l_..steps'are necessary and howI 1876-First Christian Science' association season /the. Georgia growers wild do ....M.M.._. 5 15am LT__ ....___San Mateo __.__ .- U 925pm ---

{ to,should know too with what formed. well Persistent Advertiser.The 90apm 12 82pm Lv_ ..... __Bnnnells__..._.Ly 430pm 'tftSam630am
$numbers 914pm 1240pm113pm _..?......._Dupont..?...___II 423pm .
> he has to deal, wheth9BerQte 1879-First church of 17, Church of 48pm It _______ Ormond ?_..?. .. .?,?.--..II 56pm 600am
'or' abstract Get him to Scientist formed. :Mrs. R. W. Erwin left on Mondayfor constant drop. of water 1002pm 124pm II .:...??__. Daytona_.? ,_.?.".It 3 45pm 48am \
std' ; Christ, Wears away the tiardest stone; 1013pm 136pm __?___.. Port Orange....-.?"?-.__" 335pm 4 S7am
that what the questioner 1881-Mrs. Eddy ordained as pastorof Arkansas, where she will spend 1035pm: 800pm i.Ar.._.. ... ._..Nevr Smyrna.-_ __U 15pm Lam
* ,' that will the answer be. the First Church of Christ, Scient- quite a while-a year,' eThaps-visU- The constant gnaw of 'Toweer llllkia1128am 444pm Art-, Lake Helen. ?- .'... ..4Ly 100pm 615pm

_he'txn. thus read an example ing her son Dr. Stanley Erwin, who Masticates the toughest bone; 55pm a r. ._ .-_Orale City__..-t ... 12 Wpm 659pt660pm
1st.1883Christian The "'. cooing lover 114Oata 600pm Orange City Junction ---t. 1245pm
'spill lie easy Science, Journal es has a lucrative practice there. Dr. :13 45pm 2 10pm240pm LTAr"..____.New:;myrnL_............'". .-.Ar 305pm240pm Ohara '"'
t a'.8admistake for young chil'through tablished.' Erwin came to Lakeland last week Carries: off the blushing maid; 1110pm ..,_ _?..?._Oak HillTitusTille____.....LT 838am300am c
And the constant advertiserIs 11 51pm 316pm ._ ....__..._ ..?._._._._.." 206pm .
? books faster than 1886-National Christian Association and accompanied his mother on the
r.o the one who gets the trade. 1110am 550pm ArL.Lv .____,....Sanford.4Lv 1165am 030pmUlOwn :
:mastered. It is an injustice formed. journey-to his /home. Mres. Erwin has 6 30pm 11 5f>am :_.__ Sanford_. .?'A"" .lAr Wpm -..
9a, and'.to parents. It causes 1886-First church edifice of the been a teacher In the Lakeland school 11.51pm 316pm '.__ -Titoa-nlla. --. _.Ar 205pm SOOam '"
* think Without Comment. 12 Slam 3 :)lpm .. _... ...... .__Cocoa... _.LT.EauGalue. 124pm tam I
J ? ?
that they know a great Christian Scientists erected at Ocon- for the past ten years, and it Is with ___ __ 12 Slain 3 54pm9122pm It ____-Rockledge--..__" 120pm 218ant ,
I to.than they do and when the to, Wis. sheerest regret that patrons of the We print !the following without comment 104an156a'm> ..... "' .. .____" 1247pm 01 *7imlS7am .
4 Ie __ _II 12 .
*.::.1sea1ed"| ; as it is apt to 1894-The Bible and Science and school see 'her leave. We doubt that : 113&:1 5 30pm 10pm _......-. .?..3ebastian .. 11 Slam 37pm 12 63am .

the-result is disappointment Health ordained as pastors of the tF.ere is a batter'primary educator in It Always Pays to Be Liberal.- 2 48&n 6 OOpm It _.._._.St. Lucte... _" 10 MIun 12 00n'
ream 6 15pm _____.Fort PIerce__... 10 6OII.m 1165pm
Fi' ''' churches, and other preaching abol the state, and her excellent methods Thanks: to our esteemed contemporary, 30am 6 37pm>> _.._uTlbballs_ ._" 1017am lllOpai1115pnt "
Cheap, in Florida and Cuba. ished. and acknowledged 'ability have gone the Ocala Banner, for reproducing in 335am 6 41pm It ____ Eden __" 1013am1008am :
340am 6 4*pm 'f__?. ..,.?Jensen II 11 oopm
, 1901-Sum of $2,000,000 pledged for far to elevate educational standardsin its bright pages the (recent ..wnte-up Slam 6 57pm It _...w.Stuart'M....... .......,.......-" ,11) OOam 10 \9pm
'saloner, George W. Bowers of in Boston. this community:Lakeland News. Oak 'in the <4 20am 723pm740pm _........ Kobe Sound.......n .._It SCam 10 29p':1
church of Live Manufacturer's
new 440am __._West Juptter? ..._..._" 918am 1009pm s515ari :
of Fisheries returned last Mrs. Erwin Is well known Inthis Record. That's!: a broad spirit and we .15pm .. _..?...... ,.West Palm Beach__" 845am 930pm901pm .
ton n. Florida and Cuba, where ARE LOWER. city, 'having taught in the public school 543am 841pm350pm ...... .. ... _Boynton _It 820am --
PINES it. Nothing is lost
appreciate ever by BKau .f____DelIa) ?_.,,,..",?... 812&m 860pm : _
ttot'stad'y: the culture of here for; several years. comity between cTtfies like Ocala and 6 4Sam 940pm .??;.?.---Fort Lauderdale ,.._ _" 7 268m 7 69pm "
: & the Better and Receipts 657am709am 947pm __ Danl& It 719am 750pm l
marketing of in of are "
t; flsh Quality and Mrs. Live Oak.. -Live Oak DemocratMr. 958pm .. .""' ,,.... .'" Ralland&le-....... 7 09am 89pm :
mnnity. are Heavier. Mr. Frf; M. Brown, who -,----- 73Ham! 10 Zoom II _..._.....:-.Lemon City......:.. 043am085am. 714pm .
'a1waY3 held" said' Mr. keep an excellent hotel at Silver roam 10 aopm Ar .?......,.....__Miami_-_._______.L' 705pm .
, M. P. Ellison of Ebenezer, a ........... 3
June Receipts of OOam ___ Lvt_- -__MiamL....."-'-- Ar 00pm1239pm
", .."first; the old woman ,who New York Spring, were in Ocala Monday on a settlement in the northwestern partof 1030am .?......... Ar1__..--..Uomestead..Lr :!

,:>'""" ckens' and? the bureau of fish- Florida pines have been heavier this shopping expedition. It was 'our good the county was a V'isitooat this .

_ says people
As'long the rectpts are 24s, there being occasionally and learn that a number of improve- I Daily except Sunlay. '
as chickens and fish
, "'"C there are prospering to a degree, and '
'behad some"30s, and 36s. The best ments are now in at this No.zi
all the beef trusts in progress 0.19' t .
the plethoric condition of his own Sat 3No.21 No.17 No.15 No.16Sun. No.18 No..ODally .No.22 Satan
:. _"cannot run the meat, maru 24s. bring J2.50 and' $2.25.b. the top place. Mr. Will Tydimgs, woo has a pocketbook confirmed: his statement and Dally VAYPOST BRANCH. Gaily <

-i, u;reasonably, because the for other sizes. The Florida, pine season commissary, has recently erected a Those. who planted' vegetables obtained Sun. Dally Ex.Sun... Dally Dally Er.. Diily Dally ilL

,People' will eat chickens Is.peculiar this year.' It will probably comfortable dwelling and Mr. Still- good prices and those. who did Only OalL
"'" last all summer. There are some well, superintendent of the big mill 950p 645p 610p513p ,200p 1000a Lv-TacksonvllleAr 840a lOOp lOOp 920?
small. not have excellent field crops and 958p 652p 208p1008a!! "-_..Soutii Jacksonrilla....Lv 6524 832 1262p800a 662p620p UV
F erg stated that the ash pines now that are very has just finished an elegant two- enough hogs cows chickens eggs 1030p( 724p 550p10p 24OpI1039a"! __.....,BabloBeaeh.U 620a () 1220p 840p
&Havana model of About 80,000 crates of Havana pines story house. Two mills are in opera- 1035pioeop 729p 5554 4 J45pl044a| --Atlantic Beach ." 115& 7&5a 1215p740al200n 615p 8J5? -
were a milk and butter, to make life worth '745p SOOpillOOaAr.{ :._Mayport..LT tOoa SOOp 82Dp
condition --
sold this week. The tion within throw
Mind,thoroughness. This con- were one a stone's of diving:

Mnbably due to the large 'of the fruit is till poor,' but qualityis the springs, and the 'other one very PENINSULAR$ AND (OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COMCTIOXS AT MIAMI. :

3,? Catholics who are heavy very a3r. The cheapness of berries near it. It may be (that Silver Springs No. We do not believe that: Mark

;t. flsh.Mr. and and other fruits has cut down may yet become a city. Twain Is in any immediate danger of Close Cooaectioa Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company for

a' Bowers found that pine prices as is usual at this time. losing his reputation as the greatest
55 ieaerally The generalrange! on the Havana Florida Cants, Still Commanding Good Havana and WestTwo
? eaten, and were 'of American humorists.A Key 'e
'stock this week has' been: 24s. $2 @ Prices..
The negro flsherm -
shad and other fish 'J2.25 30s, $1.75 @ $UO; 36s. $1.60@ satisfied customer is the best advertisement Sailings Each Week.

sL J1.80; 42s, $1.20 @ $1.30. New York June 17.-Florida cantaloupes and satisfaction. Is not
: Johns river and other Trains SIde No Transfer
are coming In freely and only our aim but our guarantee. Try Discharge Passengers Ship's
bete they are plentiful sell some the White House shoe; spring styles .
he dealers at three cents Wauchula Is the biggest little city in of them are well netted, very fine and for men and women Just arlved. The TheM Time Tablet show the tow at which trains may ba xpeeted to amYl at and dept
s all Florida. It has already shipped bring'as high! as $2.50. Early in the Fair. x from the MT&ral itaUoas.bat their arrlTal departure at toa UOUH itatod U not guaras( .
4; consumers can procure % be toerefroa.
not is tzxUCompaajto held pomlbla totanydaUyioraay ceniaqneaM*iriitns
forty-eight carloads of fine watermelons week they sold up as high as $4. ,

rickeL;from two to five pounds the ,, and the end Is not yet. They are Whenever *he ,quality: ,is good the Mr L. M. Graaam: of Connor was For, Copy of the LOCAL TIME CAd or Other Information
This assures
$100 per ar.- price is fair, but muoh of in Ocala .Monday. He tells a story of"good 1
pan netting the growers the stockis "
abundance of cheap timescoming" for Ms section. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
Tampa, Tribune. not, desirable. ._... '
stow Post x"..
? '. :\ ,. Crops are all looking we'lL '
J. D. RAHNBR. Asst. Gen'l., Pass. Aft, ST. AUGUSTINE FIN'G4f

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:;" *'. ,THE'EPWORTH .LEAGUE CONFER have n'o difficulty in earring on our These officers shall constitute an!

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executive '
league work' in all its departments.With
i'a ; j -- due respect to thetherorgani- is desirable that the district sec-I

_' Session Wednesday-The that claim children..rboth in retaries should meet with the execu-I
'. :Morning zations our The Seal of Public
in close Approval
tive committee, as they are
President's.Annual Adress-AfterNoon and out of the church, I believe the ,
touch with the work, and there is no lr
first of all for
Junior League comes ,
,. and Night Sessions. not be with
reason why they should ,
.. through it you can.inculcate the teachings
| ... -. the officers "the executive committee."
church 'all lines,
assembled at 830o'clo of the along'. .
t Tbe conference I
with last March and -
: They us rendered

t o'cloclcWednesday to'Border President morning. Pasco.A Meeting. !j,combining temperance our,- missIons.efforts on'etcand the: one thus organization I 1 valuable assistance in the prep- ,Has been stamped upon Red Rock Ginger Ala as a very superior article

called half; .hour religions by service lull off accomplish much more aration an unnecessary of the program expense; it is, to however have It has the unbounded confidence of the best physicians ; a fact which Bj

J.fervor M;,Glazier MyJ interett; of Ne w a Smyrna..4 led. by RY' I than I trust when thai scatter we.d'may hrough'so devise many.some I II results twelve can persons be obtained meet when with the six.same I establishes its prestige beyond question, and which is practical proof of lij

Th*' roll.cah. war then called, and !plan by which we may,be able to do The last clause of Art. IV., section its merit.as a beneficial home beverage. -
.organization eff te.1.t the moru- more for. this branch of our k0ty
be stricken out concerning ,
2, should
session ninety-one delegates re- : Our financial showing is fairly good;
lug report of vice-president, as there is Ed4
$761.48 are. reported as raised for missions -
I ported. really none for him to make; also .the
L Frederick Pasco D. D.. of Live an increase of"$245.28 over the ,
Rock Crown
Rev. before$1,092'.53 for other objects words "vice-president" in By-law No. 3, Look for the Red on
the of the Ep- year
i 'Oa.t state president him.

Y : worth: League, then delivered bis anjrral '- a decrease of $368.21 increase making of a referring During the again past'year to report since.from you elected bottles. It is your only protection tuit
which' followsr" total of $2,053.73, an
l address, was as.:
\ r" $122.44. me your president, I have tried to -

1 t. ANNUAL ADDRESS While I do not believe in making keep in touch with the leagues as far

,- the leagues a mere money-getter, to l as practicable. SOLD BOTTLED AT ALL GROCERIES, ETC., AND ON CRACCHT AT ALL FIIST-CLASS FOCNTAINS V

t"i Before,the State League Conference, help out pastors who do not make an While presiding elder: of 'the East V
Ocala, Fla., 'June 19-22, 1906. effort to get their assessments for the Coast district, I visited personally all : -
embraced in that terri
i Fellow Leaguers-Once more we various claims upon the church yet the leagues

:have met in our annual-gathering. toreview young .people need to be taught the tory. While there are some points f

}i the_ labors of the year now grace:'of, liberality and there is nothing I where I do not think the surroundings SWARTZ & CO. Wholesale Distributors. '1
of Ocala J FI..
at present justify the organization :
1 to hear irons each other the that helps one so much in his spiritual .
I lOne; ;j
are'others where
league, yet there
_ story of our progress and our.,success;; "life, as responding to the claimsof a --
; indifferenceon

t ; ,or perchance to tell of discouragement suffering .huma. tty. I have yet to there is no excuse-except MISS ALTA PEARSON GIVES *.
the part of pastor or people, or
- 'and failure;, .to catch, inspiration. hear of anyone who was Impoverishedby PARTY FOR MISS WILCOX.

;that 18 ,always felt where men are giving. On the contrary, you will perhaps both. Ocala House Wine Roon
\. The young people need the advice On the home of ):
present in large numbers, animated. find the promise of our Lord recordedin Tuesday evening at
of the
and of the older
'by 'a common purposse, with a Common St. Luke always fulfilled: "Give andit help her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. .
and not few of our leagues
t' ': aim, in view; tp enjoy Christian shall be given unto you; good measure church languish and die a because no interestis Pearson, on Fort King'avenue, Miss TRY OUR 1
social intercourse together and share pressed down, and shaken together
those who fail to Alta Pearson entertained
taken in them by complimentary
in the hospitality of this beautiful city and running over shall men give
'that has been so cheerfully provided into you bosoms. For with the same remember that where our Lord said to Miss Mamie Wilcox, of Gaines- OLD
three different times, "Simon, 0LLEGHANY
,for us through' the kindness of the measure that ye mete withal it shall to Peter ville, who is the guest of the Pearson 1
son of Jonas, lovest thou me? And
: local league;, above all. and more im be measured to you again. Peter with sad memories of his denialof family. Miss'Pearson entertained her

: portant than all. to pray for the blessing A year ago at our meeting in Madison guests with the poular gameof "forty- .
his Lord In humility replied:
of God to rest upon Qur gathering, inspired by the earnest appeal of deep that I love two," there being ten tables, and the
"Tea Lord thou knowest
that we may be 'guided by the Holy Brother I. S. Patterson, P. E. Tampa thee", Jesus, gave to him this injunction game was played progressively. PURE RygS

_ Spirit in all our deliberations, so that district, a collection was taken and "Feed sheep and yet another : Assisting the hostess was Mrs. Pearson
: my ;
our plans and acts may be most potent $520 were pledged for "Little Italy lambs." That com Miss Meta Jewett, Miss Louise
for good..Thus being guided by a or the mission work among the Ital. my Gamsby and Mrs. C. V. Miller.

.:. higher power we shall go forth to our ians in Tampa and a resolution adopted mand Since is I binding have been upon editor us today.of the Advocate The young ladies' prize was tied for Put up 4 full Ots

work once more with renewed zeal and that we raise_ the amoun'tto $1,000, I have been absent from home by several, and on the cut was won
being assured of success, be- to be paid during the year. Your Miss Alice Bullock.
energy, nearly Sabbath and have visited by It was a pretty in Cartoons'
cause we are engaged in the Master's treasurer in her report will tell, us the League every when I have found one little chatelaine mirror, and Miss Fancy

work. howl/ muchhas been paid on that Bullock presented this souvenirto
I J' where I happened to be. pretty -
: Said one of old in speaking against pledge.As In I have by special the honor guest. The young men's Delivered at
some cases gone
who would persecute the early Epworth Leaguers we cannot af- your
invitation of the league, and these prize was a pretty pen sketch, the
,disciples of our Lord: "If this counselor ford to have any deficiency; our wordis have been occasions of great pleasureand work of the hostess, and was won by

b: this work be of men, it will come pledged for that amount, and we profit, to myself at least; I trust Mr. Howard Walters The score cards, Express Office
but if it be of.God, ye I must make it good.
to naught that they mayhave been to others.I dainty pen sketches, were also the ; .
cannot overthrow it; lest haply ye be During our ,meeting we shall havea work of Miss Pearson.
I could have done I
Gods* full account of the work from Brother wish more. ;
tof against
.r fight -
found .even I After the refreshments
S. appreciate the cooperation that I have games were For $3.20.
? We are no longer persecuted f6r Gludoin; the missionary in charge received from the state officers. I recall served and during the evening Miss

righteousness sake; but there are difficulties and others. I with meeting in Scott and Miss Bullock sang Miss
and there is a I think it wise not to undertake too pleasure one ,
in our way, Easterling of Montezuma. Ga.
S Ttendency> to yield to them sometimes, many enterprises. We need money for St.March Matthew's with Brother Jacksonville E. F. Ley's, who church for, several selections and Misses,Mervin played Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write fq

and we give up the struggle and we the,successful carrying on of pur own Ray and Eileen Brocken, of Palatka,
/:. have disbanded Leaguers to tell the|work; young people are not as a rule, two entertained successive years executive have committee.so loyally recited several delightful pieces. Complete Price list 1

story of our lack of faith in the divine I in a position to have at their command your Miss' Pearson's'guests were the following .
of consultation the
5 origin of our work and in our divine large sums of money; your church After a day over : Misses Mamie Wilcox. Eloise
r and other matters we had a
A Leader. has claims upon you, through her program ;
Grace Louise
Miller Hatchell Ocala. House Wine Roomsl
grand rally at night of all the leaguesin
.3 Let us, then, with no thought of failure legitimate channels, and too.many specials It blessed occasionto Alice Bullock, Annie Mathews and her
the ,
city. was a ,
j. go forth from our meeting here, may have a tendency to discourage all who guests, Eileen Brocken and Mervin

.. animated by the same spirit that filled or cause you to enter upon were present Ray, Maragret Walters Loca Mae t
I that the of -
And blessing !
the early disciples of our Lord referred plans for raising money that consume now pray Easterling, Louise Harris, Anna Mix- OCALA, FLORIDA.

'", to above, whose history' is given us in: your time and energies in a wrong God may rest upon He us during us wisdomto our de son, Annie Atkinson, Edna Dozier,

ttie Acts of the Apostles; "And they direction. Systematic giving is the liberations. May give Fannie Rogers, Beatrice Sinclair, Flor- ,
solve the that will be
departed from the presence of the only true course to pursue. Stress is vie Condon, Leafy Sylvester and Victoria

council,. 'rejoicing* that th'ey were being laid in these days upon tithing,, sented to us and when our work hereis Rayser, Messrs. Charles Flippen,

... ; counted worthy to suffer shame for and Malachi .3:10 is quoted, and properly done, and at the close of the con ,' Howard and Harry Walters, Harry ;
service together
".. His name. And daily in the temple and to: "Bring ye all the tithes into j secration we repeat Palmer, Alfred Beck Robert Mathews, J

r. S- in every house they ceased not to the storehouse, ...a. there may be meatin the words of our league benediction: T. H. Harris, W. D. Taylor Emmett "
"So teach us to number our days that
teach and peach Jesus Christ. mine house, and prove me now Robinson John Pelot, Harvey Clark,

Young people are naturally enthusiastic herewith, said .the Lord of Hosts, if 1 we may" apply our hearts unto wis- James Taylor, Ralph Robinson, Sam ttI

; there is an inspiration in their will not open the windows 'of heaven dom, may we go forth to our work Teague, Dr. Dozier Leitner, Mr. Chas.

!,. presence, as; with a ,cheerful. optimism : and pour you out a blessing, that there again as leaguers with new light upon Stillwell, of Silver Springs, and Mr. ;

hey enter' 'upon any undertakinef :: shall not be room enough to receiveIt. the meaning of our motto-"All for Cooper, of Tampa.
lie likewise"easily 'dis- ." Christ"and a renewed determination
S -S tout they ir r
-g.coura>;;ed.-and- .when immediate results| The following extract is to the .point to carry it out in our lives. All the Epworth Leaguers are in r

do not follow they,are inclined to give just here:. We are children of a king? enlisted ,I love with Ocala. /A

up they contest* It >were_ well 'if, they Our Tithes.- What are we, waitingfor in his service. ...
"Then let it be the motto of our !
would remember these lines of the and longing hopefully to see is
in the freedom w
stand great
lives until we
poet:. the consecration of the bast money

"Heaven ,1s not "reached by a .singleS power of the world to the work and of Eternity where we shall serve c/i ya |
S55 S Him while we see His face forever I
bound,. cause and kingdom of Jesus Christ; QUALITY
: The heights that great men reached for that day when it comes, will be and forever Free to Serve. 1

Were not attained, by sudden flight the morning so to speak of the new '':j-.
But they, while their companions slept, creation. That tide-wave in the money The reports of the officers'w.ere. .1

Were toiling upward in the nighU" power can as little be resisted, when then heard ,and they proved to be most QUALITY- 1

Let us now briefly review the labors God 'brings it, as as the tides of the interesting: IS what we aim to' give you: .{
at the morn- whether you buy one of our
i= of the yearand; see what we have ac- sea; 'and like these also, it will flow During the recreation .
complished.The across tbe'world in a day/ Oh, for the ing session two little Cuban boys who handsomest suites' of Parlor
the conference, Furndture or a Dollar Rug.
minutes of the Florida conference uprising of this tide! In the historyof are in attendance at i

held. ,last December, show at that America there have'been many re sang several hymns; in Spanish, and QUALITY-:
much ()yeJ. IS our wacthwood when we
time seveny-seven leagues decrease vivals, and each has had its 'own din they were very ctl \
adjourned at 12 buy goods, for we know that it
T S in four over tne previous year, :with tinctive peculiarities. There has beena The conference I
;5 : afternoon session. ;not only .desired but demandedof
a membership of 2,198, a decrease of revival of the Word; there has beena o'clock until the .1
us by our customers.
revival like that in 1858 in New -
202.These In the afternoon the religious ser QUALITY !
figures are a sad record and York, marked by a wonderful outpuor- i
5- led by Dr. Pasco. You shall have when deal
55 vice was you
show a decline in interest somewhere. ing of prayer. Each has had its own The reports of the district secretaries I with us, whether you 'purchase FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK !
With an increase in our churca membership peculiarity. What I .would like to see of the Jacksonville I
and the report an outfit! far'your entire homeor
of 335, there should have been now is a revival that shall be markedby and fraternal I BETWEENJacksonville
Epworth League were given only a kitchen table, as we i
reported an increase in the number of Christian giving, by sacrifice for
extended to the
greetings were know that Is what you want In
our league members. Christ I say sacrifice. Men wait until conference by Mr. Upham, of the either case. and New York. .. j
We hope in the' reports of our district the cup is full and they give the over Christian Endeavor society and by jI

secretaries to hear where this ,flow to Christ, and call that sacrifice Miss Nichols of the South Georgia I

falling off has occurred, and we may forgetting that the whole contents of conference.The Calling at Charleston, 8. C, both ways. I

be ableto decide some plan by which [the cup are His. We hear a great deal various committees were also PITTMAN THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS HT THE COASTWISE SERVICE .

S we way"prevent the disbanding of any 'of systematic benevolence. I wish it appointed at this session. f
league in the future. When a*loved were more systematic-and of the
: In the evening the religious service THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND
one is ill we call in a physician; an Lord's portion; but what is the Lord's I 1 was led by the Ocala League. &SONOcala SOUTHERN TINES I

experienced nurse is engaged, and we portion? The Old Testament tithe? Mrs. Jessie White, of. Jasper, read
at our command tot No the New Testament Levitiesare FREIGHT SERVICE
use every means no; an interesting paper her subject beIng ................. Florida. BETWEEN !
: bring the patient back to a healthy the whole church; the New Testament "The Hope of Our Country; Chris- Jacksonville, Boston and Providence,

condition. When,your league begins tog priesthood are the universal ''
tian Citizenship"Rev. and'
all Eastern
there indications of of the New Points.
decline and are priesthood believers; and
delivered -
L. D. Lowe, of Miami,
decay and perhaps death, why not call Testament tithe is'all that a man has. an able, address on "The Leagueras Calling at Charleston Both Ways

c In outside helpT Send for your district So let us look at ourselves as stewards Friend.' SEMI .
secretary your president let it be at ."-Rev. Wm. Taylor D. D. Rev. R. L. T. Needham SAILINGS.
Rev. J. E.
r a quarterly meeting occasion when A year ago we changed the constitution Honniker spoke on League opposition, Scatibsuad: i ......:.... '......... -.........,......:::................?.. jrcn Lewis' Wart, B ,

the presiding elder can be and present if; to admit of the appointment of one taking the /external oppositionsand lUort&suni ................,.......-..................From fort of Catherine Street Jawoa t
have a grand league rally see district secretaries who were to have the other internal opposition and ,

under"God's blessing your league can. supervision of the leagues in each P. the various .,
an interesting discussion by Clyde St.
not be infused with new life and put E. district. In their reports we shall members of the league followed. The Plumber ,; Johns River Line.

on renewed activity. hear of their labors; I am sure thatin

We have a more encouraging storyto due time this officer can become decided taking .' Between Jacksonville and Sanford
has on -
Congress finally
tell of our Junior Leagues. The most useful in assisting in the organization ftyd Gas fitter Stopping at! Palatia Aster ,
number reported is 34, an increase of of leagues, visiting and encour action looking to adequate protec- Beresford ( DeLaad ) and lntermeasa -'

4; membership'980 an increase of, 87; aging the weak ones, and in creatinga tion for the sequoias, or big trees of Laadiags ca St- Johns Sirer.

and yet, '"What are theseamong so league spirit throughout the district. California. A joint resolution waS i Steamer City of Jacksonville __

many!" This was the reply of Andrewto More frequent reports from them passed by the senate this week taking are appointed to Sail

the Master when He would feed through the League Department of the over the Mariposa grov$ by the federal HAS OPENED UP HIS NEWS' Returning as follows leave: Sanford Leave Jacksonville daily except Sa daily dan ,ysato:3oa.m.except Saturdays, i3s-,' ...

the multitude with "the five barley Florida Christian Advocate would be government and including it in -Jt

loaves and the two email fishes" focnd of great benefit in bringing us all Into the Yosemite National Park. For forty P ON THE CORNER OF S IItII-Boan4 \

in,the possession a lad'who had no closer touch.. The same is true of the years the state of California has had Read DOWD SCHEDULE N'J

doubt bought them to appease his own individual leauges. Let us follow the control of this grovu, which includes SPENCER BLOCK WITH A .

appetite and perhaps very unwillingly example of God's ancient people. You many of the finest specimens of this tene.. 130 p. m. _-......,..". .. .... Jacksonville .._______ Arrive amLig .1
} \gave them up.. will find 'bi Malachi 3:16: "They that tree in existence. A conflict of authority FULL LINE OF SANITARY .. P. m. .., .. .. __ Palata __.____ I, 8.Fai31
00 a. m. .. ... ...._ cave
Astor ,
But bow they multiplied under the feared the Lord spake often one to however recently arose between ----__ Ihanois._.... .. i 'E.5t. .
k touch of the Master! another.". the state and national officials and as five.. 830.: 111. -...-. ........:.-... SaRforli __ Stili.: ,
AND MODERN PLUMBING 10 00 a.m. 'LJ -' .. 91'i. t'-
We look over the conference and seethe would. suggest for your respectful a result several of the trees were de _'_2ntcrpme__--:.. _.. =.

thousands children within our consideration that the constitution be stroyed. The California legislature General

E reach, and'compare them ,with'the 980 so changed that Art IIL, section 1, thereupon offered to turn over ,the GOODS. WHEN IN NfED'OF" passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West. Bay St. Jacksonville. .

and wonder at the read "The officers shall consist of to the
,reported ESr apathy a grove federal government, and SANITARY F. K.
: ,that, leave\ so many untouched. president, yice president, a district the proffer was accepted. United FIRST CLASS w.G.COOP R.J.?Pmght Ja AnaL, Au't Gett1 Pass:agent,tan Wut Co P.Bay LOVEL1 SL.JacDoUYille Saperinteadef1&

''The hope of out:Senior' L agues' secretary for each presiding elder's States rangers and trops hereafter will' Foot 01 Hogaa Strm,] ) l
i-. .. S In our Juniors.' Train 'our children' Uttrict In the Florida annual confer* see. that no damage is done to the PLUMBING CALL ON HIM. THEO HAGERTY G. EGER,Gea'l, East'n Vice Pas&.Ag ..New Yore' CLYDE MILNE Gu1 Pt't.A&t.1AC. ...-

Y, properly,,and in a few years we. *tall encet secretary and treasurer. giants. \ ':. President and Genera I 'Manager.
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:cLONG'S' ADDRESS.. maintaining paved, roads, throughout FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. TURPENTINE MARKET. ,

t the state by the legislature of 1903.. I
.Is the:Address .Delivered by Into the general; state fund. and thereby What They are Doing' in the Land of : Review of Market for Week 'Ending

,IfH;":W Long. Before ,the'CounOtJiinlaSionel'S "make .it accessible fn the paymentof the Grapefruit and the Pine. June 16.
and Good Roads

,' 'jation' jn Tallahassee on event state the obligations provisions, then of Chapter and >in -that No; Fort theirJa..st Meade- growers tomatoes.are: ]!lOW shipping Spirits turpentine-tea ben in fairly

19:' 5245 were lawful and the sum of $52- good demand the entire week and the
--, '-'*,:: where- they" 000'carried by it should have been dis- The V guava crop around Estero
<& Florida] can still result was an advance of one quarter
i e'Jn ,'the festive dance thatWQnad tributed among the ':several counties jrfomJses to be very fine. cent .on. Thursday the demand taking Bilious ?
to them of the state (a road fund
Immortal: by as providedfor Mims orange growers are busy fer- everything offering; that day. ,Friday
the .
down to them by aforesaid chapter.
diUOns' tfflzing and I
:t spraying, afternoon there were sf ons of weak-
leaving these doomto JNotvithslanding the. many obsta- .
; r.
fathers,;their, destiny our .minds cles we have met, and the.setbacks we : Fort Myers win have a Hght' mango ness and sales again at 571-2 cent. The only sure cure lot

\ :.k.tiiJhe; days of Andrew Jack- have sustained, in' taking into-'consid and alKgatorpeaT! crop. W'hilethe advance was so small rt constipation and Biliousnessthat

_j.leavg "hlstory to portray' his eration the, state of affairs that existed Peaches have been selling at Puma was encouraging !to the factors'as-in: is

:.s al general a statesman six years- ago,, When we held our Gouda for 50c. ,a carrier dicating a healthier condition and it pleasant, natural
orIdis"goVer\t r., Time will not first annual 'convention' after effecting put a check on their fears that the i and safe is
r Judge Shuttle-worth of Rochelle
_:to'even: pas singly refer to our'permanent organization, and com ,has market was about to plunge even
pare them with the 200 acres in watermelons.and 60 In
'r men who from the progress we have '
great*, lower Now they are getting ,what
;I days"'of our territorial govt -, made in formulating a good roads sentiment .ea.ntaouD, might be termed their "'Second breath" f4
dqWnt the' present time among our:: people and'the press, Thirteen JVEIt"ILLSAND
: of the cars of pInes had been and are expressing confidence !that the fil4 j4
pi i'the executive chair of state we must admit that our shipped from Lemon this
c: seasonup
market has
stM;:pr.to those great men whose efforts have not been in vain, and thatas to Monday seen lowest price for TONIC PELLETS y
fives of'purity and their Judi.j0Wledge a whole our success has been pro- the year- and :will mot go below 57 1 '
: .enabled them to hold ,verbial. T._ V. Motor, of Miami has, one, of cents. Even art: that: figure the| factors The Pills stir the lazy liver to '

1fI*V&&.-Id equal poise as judges of At that time the masses of our people the finest pineapple groves in the claim that there is little' profit to the action-the Tonic Pellets

joprerne court of Florida, and byVdedalons looked upon the cost of buildinggood staite. He has already shipped ten main body of producers in heir turpentine clean

}Hr'j :,mete out justice wad roads as being financially be- I crop. The factors and pro- all impurities out of the body ,
ysnd their reach to obtain. That, cars.There ,
whom they served. sentiment '
tf tithe"people are 600 acres'is pines at Dei- ,ducers as a whole! entered the season
:; the legislature, ,which from term has been, and la' being chang-i with so that the liver and all the -
to sanguine expectations that the
which the
ed. ray. growers are figuring
his met In".this capitol as the At that time there were very few] : .
8 tee of.our |will bring them in about crop would be marketed at not under other act
: .JB&k1ng body of the state among. newspapers that would boldly!I 157000. organs -properly. l
t I 60 cents, and (that !the result
i_ s"'ereltound men of profound and fearlessly take a stand for good More men are bing required to handle gross

,j' agbt .nd 'vise statesmanship. roads and editorially write and pub- I the Boynton ,pineapple crop than [ would be ,an average price probably
lish strong logical arguments In favor two: or three cents above that figure
refer to Taiahassee
y 1, Jigtal5 were used in shipping tomatoes.At No '
t patriotic, ,and 'gallant of them. Now every influential editorof As_ it is it now looks as though 'the Griping *?jQ

--and.to her,beautiful, accomplisH- : Florida has uncompromisingly declared McIntosh the prospects now are great bulk of the crop would be disposed L No
'."andt literary women. but history' himself in favor of good roads that ;the coming orange crop will be of below 60 cents. Naiturally this Purging
and has become a tower of one of the best that section has
.wU1' these distinguished strengthto ever
$(and. place means a decrease In the expected income -
igb i upon .the roll of fame us by his strong, editorials and oth- \
:fgpIIJ; had.The from the total: crop of probably just a natural and- -
er utterances : easy .
sustaining the
down to
their will un- good ,
|t-5ii greatness go roads' movement erosion: crop at Lake Buff m, somewhere between one and two ml- common sense Treat
memento atSit"iap4rtas Then and until a *
,''f. !"p'generatlons being as a factors, In Flor-: late date it was an unheard of thing I white rate, promises to be, a very good lon! dollars if there 'is no decided mutt which never fails

!: |jiy"MWevement3' Progress and 'ad- for a candidate for the legislature to i cue. Many of ithe growers will plant change for the better before long. to cure. rl

::,.emast.ln, the things that are place as the 'most prominent plank In I for the late season::0- Some producers. would doubtless make #I

rto.place a great and grow. his platform a plank for good roads; : Wirliston'truckers are rejoicing over money even at: 57 to 58 cents, factors Special Offer. '

>(llfmmonea.1th. upon the hon-; now it Is becoming a common thing. !the excellent prices they 'have received say but the majority will not.

'1 lot fame among the great sisterhood Then "there was not scarcely a coun | for their truck this season. All The baling this week has not been Cut the "Little Doctor" out t ,

:-i"'Mate9of, which this great country ty defined of the system state that had adopted a well have mode money.E. confined to pne: or two large buyers, and mail to us, with the t
'h gentleman; of the County Commis- of constructing and name of yonr-d.-riggist.and It
tut has been more general than fol'Lhe
r-s", enera LIdGood: )to Association n'ot, maintaining good roads. Since that .- B. Gillete of 'Runnymead'e, is go- yon may have a Week's Treatment .
_, Ides f .We meet upon the classic time county after county has fallen Ing into the honey business auite ex- irevious week or' two. Brokers ofthe Pills and Pellets
Into line and today nearly county tensively nesrt report better business offering and ._, I
;, bmiof Tallahassee, upon which stands every season. He did well withourcompliments. '
: '_state,-capitaL, This name' carries of the, state.is, lining up with us with what Itttle he had this'year. consumers have been'' purchasing a

::..; miad'a'eye back to.the. days, riorieti through their respective boards of The velvet bean .is becoming more little more freely, but at -the same Ramon's Brownie CalendarFreewith
,.. occupancyby the Anglo-Saxons, ou commissioners, ,6r one'or nor time show no disposition 'to become
i all
of Its popular the time and is a forage Weather Forecasts and Almanac information. Given with first
:_-the, red ,.men, reigned supreme:4aidf1eir'.ehlet Then, progresEfre there newspaper editors. product in this state. It is a prolific what would be termed heavy buyers. purchase of Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets, your_
::: : ; Tallahassee on these1liayiesided was scarcely a coun- Considerable stuff was placed on future .,..
: dred miles grower asweld as a protector of the grown
over their destinies under of paved roads that, had Manufacturing Company _
contracts< during' the week which
Cit_crude rules and regulations asafrrecognlzed been built In the state. Now there soil. St. Louis, Mo. Greeneville.Tenxx.
-<0 by them Historically has been built and are' being built at w, L. VanDuzer, of Kissimmee City, accounts for the fact that tine! total TY6INGS

t,5H note i this pecullar'people under t e1iaich least one thousand miles of good'substantial has tlI1le'sned shipping his early reported Bales were but 4,134 casks, SOLD BY & COMPANY, OCALA, FLORIDA.

raved roads., peaches"and while the receipts here were 6,453 ----- -
;; i i of civilization, and the conquest -- is commencing on the -
; (,arms receding south and dimInish- During the year 1904 I prepared 'a, early3riety, He willhave 500 crates.H. [casks. In previous years it has generally I

f-ln'jmiabers: until a mere handfultheir'posterity strong circular letter In the interest t ,E. Bugbee a F, E. C. conductor been the custom to deliver stuffon .
z't Js left In and utility of good roads/ and maileda toward the close of the
: the Bveri In 45 contracts' Ocala
put: acres of potatoes at Hastings Furniture <
t 'otuscan4sts[ ,Let us, gentlemen, copy to each board of' county commissioners from which 2,3000 month, but this year factors: have deviated Company.
'"ire: toy emulate their virtues and ,in the state A few months were dug from this custom and are de- )
rels of potatoes, which brought him
; lid 'out;;: for, higher' attainments 'of later business carried me to the beautiful livering' newr they( find conditions"
; :knowledge and material town in which the county site in $8,000,
SP' ,i;if;as to enable us to keep, pro-in was located, the county being an adjoining J. M. Meffert, of Martin; has 80( !favorable whether ft be in the beginning There is Nothing Too Good For You.That'i .

:with the. progress of this progres- county to Leon. I called uponthe acres of melons that are very fine. At of the month or not.- '' ,.
clerk and auditor of that Rosins showed a decided downward a broad statement bat It h Ids good, for will
.,' age/J extend fo,you. gentlemen, of board, Oxford( commission. men are as thl k you surely re1
,j 'convention;. my profound greetingd and inquired of him what action, if now as candidates were a 'short time tendency during the, forepart of the gret buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean thai Tots 1

? '"bid'you God .speed in the-' great any, had been taken upon the contents $.tb. week, suddenly changed on Thursday should pay an exhorbitant price for your goods, and If you would V
, we'have assumed. I met one ofTny circular letter. He informed me afternoon, recovered some of their loss know t
you where
Reports from different sections of you can get the best
into i goods at lower prices than .
: that it was read and thrown the outlook 703
:as.your presiding officer in .
but closed (the week with an
the state would indicate that the or- tre paying some ether place. 't -
.beautiful;'and progressive city of waste basket The constituency of not satisfactory. The net results : ....
very : _
trees their fruit
that board'are ange are shedding
under. to discouraging progressive men on other
'. me, for the week closing last night by a
( lines and and Chat the will be short' in '
ces.: based upon the fact many bachelors and wid crop con :V
comparison of prices was a partial Smith &
owers that the
what. ,we had' gained through the can testify polished sequence.
'"of>1J03',.had, been ,abrogat. ladies of .that county, make up-to-date Among the pineapple buyers at decline of ten cents on waterwbite, "
, i DY4hgi legislature,-ot ..190Sr .L,leel wives and' they are being wooed' mar Boynton last week, were H. B. Butler, of 15 to 20 cents on wlndowgiass, of will taka pleasure in showing 70 the best goods at the lowest V
-f iris'due;you that a few historic ried'ri carried into"other counties. G. E. Markley of Cincinnati and a 25 cents on. {, N K of 10 to 20 cents price \ ,
: Week before, last,I read a strong editorial onGFof Everything in the turn/ ure line at consistent prices.Our .
-an'.be'verifled( ,: should be -" representative of the firm of Kunz & on L H, of5to15cents ,
t''eJ1 &s'* matter, of ,history.' I and In the interest of good roads i'endleton: New York. 10. cents on E. The lowest prices of ,"
t- so-wprters met 14 Tallahassee in, one.T of the excellent pap rS' puff the week were five. to ten cents below -
the session of, the legislature lished In that county. All;hail to thateditor Reports fromth* vegetable district '
these The daily closing pricesare
of East Levy county< show" that
.IMSjfor.'the, purpose, of, using and best wishes to the good
een commendable, lines,. t legislation as had been map- In the .language of our own loved prices for their truck this season manipulation marked the course 'of

: 'pot and endorsed by our orga.1 iza.. 'Bloxham, designated by quotationmarks and are correspondingly 'happy Values, some days a grade, showing fl1ags s Go To TUft Host

t.We found that an honored':oil ;. who in his palmy days, when 'Messrs. Padgett :and Beach were both higher and lower prices than the

.,: ,whose influence and support his speeches upon the rostrum to the the growers who had the first car of previous. day. The same buyer ,at the

' > -.;t\ece'ssary for, the success of the thronging multitudes, Jsy his magic waterme'iun4r out of Ktesimmee City. same time would put In bids with fac-

; ores i',.we.' were' advocating, .refus- powers and polished 'eloquence always The melons averaged about forty tors fo' their rosins at different prices
.L'at'rthat time to support and ad- enthused and electrified his audience
for the same grades, complicating
;M, ,e: those, 'measures. lie agreed inspiring them with courage to grapple pounds and were principally Tri ana PuiestPlace !
:;; sHuitiou and making it difficult to
, f''i.to'.8upport and use his In- with'and overcome difficulties and ,to umphs. '
I '> clt.tc?/secure the passage of a law strive to attain to greater achieve Oxford, melon growers 'have been quote pil't3.his continued 1or

- :tsr all the cnlncumbered money. ments: "From the sparkling waters ,of complaining because they could not thrt'e days, the purpose of such maneuvers .

y :ia: the .state treasury $352,000, Escambia to the coral reefs of Key get enough cans to ship their melons being: difficult to see. At the

i).e rueq from the sale of, InterImprovement West, let the interest in the good roads in, often (being compelled to pile th close of the week: though. values appeared Edibles and Drinkables

't lands and all assets movement widen and spread. until Its fruit outside of the station! where it tJ have atraignttned them-
.jjnay-: hereafter accrue, from the .. inspiration in the minds of our peoplebecomes.'general remained for hours before it could 'be selvcu out again, and there was ap-

t , men within the borders of our sunnyclime.
into the state treas- ,
This (Saturday) morning spirits are
The acking house belonging itoDr.
#ei .
; road fund to be distributedlie
,,. '' several counties (of thee I recommend that the matter of stateaid EhrWehs, together with 9,000 empty firm at l-2@3-4 cents; receipts 655 Pure Food Laws could

' ,:::or-that map engage in In building and maintaining trunk pineapple oraites, was burned at FortPieJ'C'e sales 352.Common. any V

', paved roads, to be used ex- or base line paved roads: east and : recently. This is' more thain or- rosins are still considerable -

. [Terfor.! 'that purpose, which! we west, and ,north and south throughoutthe dinarily bad on account of the shortage above the values of last year at imagine them to be.

led asr a compromise. central portions of the state be In crates Dr. Ehrlich had shipped this time and there seems to: be just V

,, e propositions were enacted Into carefully considered by you. and that only about one-ftentCi of :his crop.-N. as much desire to gather them in as

'?"which'.is more fully shown by the you formulate some line of action to Y. Produce News. beT tofore. Pales, on the other hand, Our establishment has
sloes of Chapter 5245 of the'Laws be enacted into statutory law provid are be1Gw'.13J9t year's values. They are
forlda, which waV-iproved by the ing for the consummation of"this gigantic --
'" ior, dune 8th; '1902.:"vThe provis- but not insurmountable enter Deadly Serpent Bites. probably: just about, as good a pur- been refitted J
.ot.that law, as :we understood it. prise. chase as consumers can expect'to get
are as common in India as are stomach at present values, although
.e4 toga road fund of millions of During the past year fruitful sea this 3.9On

and solved the intricate prob- sons, a bountiful harvest and universal the latter and liver however disorders there with is us.a' sure For consumers do not seem to show any Sanitary Measures and the

'CIt f; securing money sufficient to prosperity throughout our borders remedy. Electric Bitters; the great restorative inordinate desire to buv. '

the immediate demand for pav- has been vouchsafed unto our peoplein medicine, of which S. A. Rosin firm at declines 5 cents on _

:!dti' Ithaut 'additional taxation. all the business departments' of Ufe Brown, of Bennettsville S. C., says: WW and WG. and F. Advances- 10 only thing in it remained

,',"developments afterwards In- by the Author, of all blessings; for They restored my wife to perfects cents: on N.. M; partial declines on I,
that the.af which thEf'devo.utith kS'ot our health, after years of suffering with
: resaid law was In
H, G G CBA, and of 5 cents on E andD.
f.of being repealed by; the le Isof should gp,' outtinlhumble gratitude to dyspepsia and a chronically torpid "Old and Matured"are
Him &ir liver. Electric Bitters cure chills and Receipts i.612, sales 1,976.-Savannah our
1905. In my address to our who doeth things well. /
> fever, malatia, biliousness lame back,
itton; held in Tampa June 1904 I I Having .passed my seventy-fifth milepost kidney troubles and bladder disoif Naval Stores Review.

< ed the following notes of warn- and having given forty years tit:. "If eternal vigilance Is the my life in filling .positions of honor Instate & Co., druggists. Price 50 cts. m WORTHY HELP IS YOUNG OFFEREDTO PEOPLE. Whiskies Wines Beers.Our

,of.liberty, it Is equally the pricecomniendable county church and benevolentInstitutions. all .
We earnestly request young per
Walter Taylor at Home. .
: efforts to revolu- most of which without sons, no matter how limited their
""iPublfc; profit, and of which at the ---- .
sentiment from a well many means or education. who wish to obtain -
n,I.progressive ,Channel to ,a of time, money and my personal ;Mfr Walter L. Taylor returned home a thorough business training anda of business V -Mil
Cental'change on lines of pro- interest, I feel now In the evening of I Saturday a.nd'Iha.s been receiving a good position. to write bs FIRST way doing

for, the, betterment of the masse my life, that duty to myself and far- most cordial welcome and cangratu mail for our GREAT HALF RATE

,'.Mind. Under the .provisions of ily demands of me to retire from the lations from his hosts of warm personal I OFFER.Success independance and -nrobable is the same courteous tand'
2245'we active duties of official
supposed that the : friends at the capital. He leaves fortune are guaranteed. Don't delay.
,:, represented by it would ;be life and devote the remaining daysthat today for a short visit to his relatives Write today.
,ale at an may be allotted to me to my pri BUS. COLLEGE.
early day; The de- in Jefferson county and early THE GA.-ALA. appreciative mode we- V
aehts"showed that the aforesaid vate interests. 5-25-2m V Macon Ga.
In the weekRill return to Marion
,'v'Qands' were covered by lit- Having served you as your presid '
-. w.Uhat, might take years to add ing officer for the past six years to Farms, near Ocala where the owners Phillips-Sigmund. have employed for and

:. ? that' any future legislature the best of my ability and realizingthat and managers. know. him fully for his years
.t-.jTepeal said chapter thereby my Imperfect mantel as your executive worth and manly qualities amd who The marriage of ,Miss Carrie Sig-

",out at least a prospect of mil- head can be thrown by you will give him a very lucrative and mund. of Hake Weir and :Mr. W. T. favors bestowed
dollars at some time in the fu- upon the shoulders of a younger and excellent situation. The managers of Phillips of Tampa took place uponus

.;:h tng, accessible' to-construct and equally efficient presiding officer, after Marion Farms may Test assured our Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at

!I.' paved roads throughout the thanking you for the courtesy that citizens appreciate !the kindness etc., the_ home of the bride, ett Lake Weir. will receive strict and
.:therefore recommend you have at all times extended ,to me y
that you they have shown one of our worthy It was a lovely home affair, and
-.34h: action as will as your executive head. I respectfully
secure repre-
was attended by quite a number
citizens whom unfortunate circumstances :
,ft"ln Tallahassee during the decline to serve you longer as such. prompt attention.Our
of[the legislature to use Its.In- Invoking ,the blessings and guidanceof placed in their hands, and of the friends of ithe contracting parties .

>;-retain such laws as may be the God- of our fathers upon you many In (this section take that kindness .

interest! .of good roads; to secure and your successors In your and their to themselves and will always Miss Slg/nuod is well and favorably constant aim-- is "To

"lendnients as may be necessary deliberations I exhort you to see tit o remember them with love. May Marion known not only in Ocala but all

*,,existing'laws' more effective. that the good roads flag never be I Farms grow and prosper until over the county and her' friends extend -

.' ,5.s, cure' the passage of such permitted to trail in the dust, but Is kept every living person connected with it best good wishes.. Mr. Phillips I Please Try us and be con-
"'.as slay be unfurled to the breezes the bandwagon :
< for the of *
necessary shall become as rich, as ,.COO1.ot moving. the music playing. with .
our pe ple. rs. and the Ruler of the Universe Tampa. : '
theL may VI'need 7;
; provision'. Chapter 5245 your watchword.. "Onward and Up- W=
will spend "
and Mrs. Phillips
deal gently in giving good health' Mr.
'meted Into law in. good ,faith ward, until the great work you have ,
:_the masses :of our people assumed has been acC9mpllshed.RespectfullY' to all their famll&as and also to unfortunates their honeymoon at SL Augustine, and '

H. :J l\Issue in our primaries of submitted, who come to them to be will then! make their home In Tampaat Respectfully .urs '

ttbat fund was a sacred fund H W. Long President, made useful and, better human beings No. 1712 Florida avenue and the ,. ,. .
tnr buildng and'malnta1n1ng good -Tallahassee True Democrat friends of' Mr. Phillips will give his $

'UU: ugh ut the state the legis.of'1905 For, Sale. '-- 3 bride 'a warm welcome to her new : :'
., > Forty acres of fine STRAUSS &.CO
backed by the governor land 'near Or- Short Horn BuHs. home. < :
: ;[':'would not have railroaded ange Springs ,Marion county, Fla.: The A few half breed and higher grade
northwest of
KO'laflr. repealing Its provisons. southwestquar- yearling Shorthorn bulls to exchange For SalF'ortr of good hammock
: acres, ;
1 t er, Section 4; township 12.. range %4. .
by legislature of 1905 could aw- :Sep the land 'and make me an otter. for beef cattle. Write or call and see land short distance from Belle I Wholesale and Retail Liquors .sjc9
me at Munroe & Chambliss bank.
[ flaw transfer the Address." C.' AIexan() rr Shaw, Z. C 'yiewr Fla. E.. c. Dayton, 150 Nassau ,
',. nd,set apart for and :!1ss. 5183m. CHAMELISa
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House p'artyat "Rock Hall." Towne Drops into Poetry. .

Rev John
::7: T A Sunday Sermon. Major and Mrs. Charles F. Schnei-. Sir our fathers rightly Distrusted
the tendency toward on the
Caldwell in der entertained from the 7th to the excess
part of the executive authority. Their
14th a few friends inhonor of their SPRING
study of history had made them sensitive !

: I. I ,. Why More People Do Not Go Newer daughter's guest, Miss Mary Whatley, on this point. Its verdict is absolute ;;.\

To Church. of Greenwood, S. C.The as to the.necessity of observinga '

first event of the house party balance of power among the respectIve J IC

depositaries of, our delegated sov-
4 Some ,discussion" has been going the stay at home fj" this! purpose. was a moonlight trip to SHver.Springs ereignty. Seriously and permanently to :

zounds of the ,press recently as to There are others who' stay at given on the night of the seventh by disturb that balance is to enter upon

.why more people do not go to church. home, because many preachers when Miss Elsa Schneider in honor of Miss the road to chaos. *

:Aa there are many In all classes off they begin to preach never know Wfaatley and Dr. L. F. Blalock, who The heavens themselves, the planets,
'ioclety and all vocations in life who when to stop. These kind of preachers and this center .
4 left ,the next: day for Atlanta, Ga.
,do, not regularly go to church there are generally the poorest and most Observe degree priority, and place,
t' must. necessarily be many reasons. ignorant of the whole b nch. The The trip was a thoroughly delightful nsisture, course proportion season

&.me persons do not go to church; noon hour comes but, like a Sowing one, and while the Joys of a trip form, '

i because they do not hear the doc- river, they go on, forever: ; down the springs run have so often Office and custom, in all, line of order: { c

trifle which they believe, advocated. But, the, chief,cause for non-church been extolled, just a little word must And therefore is the glorious planet

Others, because they fear that their attendance is education. The massesof be said once more. Imagine the Sol 1 Nr +i

peculiar beliefs will be denounced. the people can read; the best booksof fair moonlit waters floating in their In noble eminence enthroned and

Ytt. others do not go, because many religious thought are obtainable fora usual silent ecstacy (?) a very small sphered

preachers deal too much in platitudes trifling sum; the metropolitan news- and very congenial crowd of young Amidst the other; whose medicinableeye

Instead of giving something original papers contain sermons in their Sun- people of all ages-imagine sweet music -

and: interesting. day editions by the ablest preachersof happy voices joyous laughter and Corrects the ill aspects of planets evil,

:: Others fail to go, because they dow the world, and the tired Worker over all the infinite peace of night And posts, like the commandment: of

>t Relieve tba.t'G9d Almighty re- instead of having to dress up and go with the harmonious note of Florida's a king

man who is, unable to Instruct, or interest )wn in an easy chair on his porch ever-present sense of reality which' the -planets I-

them, and read the productions of the ablest comes with every dream of life. In evil mixture to disorder wander, _

_ There are'others who do not attend -, minds on earth at -the low cost of a If Oagliostro, with one tiny glass of What plagues and 'What portents, what

,. because they do, 'not: like the nickel crystal pure water, could read the destinies mutiny -

financial system- of the major'ty: 'of But whatever' the causes may be of the mighty powers of earth, What raging of the sea shaking of THE FINEST MINERAL SPRINGS IN FLORI F'

churches which take up':collections at which impel people to stay, away what could not some seer of modern earth.Commotion. Never Overflows.: Bathing Cannot be Surpassed for 'f j

every :service. These\ persons think, fromchurch there is one thing owhich i days read in the limpid waters of.Silver in the winds frights, Health and Pleasure. Cures Rheumatism, Dyspepsia :J*'

that the 'finances of the, church should: preachers and church people Springs that seem to know all the changes horrors, and Kidney Trouble or Skin Diseases. Elegant Part

be attended to In a epedal way"and may feel certain and that is-wher- hidden things of the universe, yet jeal Divert and,crack. rend and deracinateThe cool and shady. High Rolling Pine Lands. ,, I
Cat the business meetings of the ever' people are entertained, amused curly guard the knowledge? unity and,married calm of states '
::New hotel
church should be, separated from those instructed' or comforted, theywill go. Some of the plans for the house Quite from their fixture! 0 when de- with 12 foot ceiling and ,new well furniture.ventilated and Elegant lighted beds with and table Ten fare.foot 1 '
where God is supposed, .to be wor I They will go in crowds. They'll go, party did not materialize on accountof gree is shaked, around the house. gas.

t 1_ zt!ppe& if they have to, pay for It. ,the unpropitious weather, but if 'an Which is the ladder to all high designs. The scenery is unsurpassed in Florida. Large bath house and large }.'

;_ There are many who do not go,. because I So, the proper'thing for1 churches Incessant round :of chatter and merry The enterprise is sick! How could rooms,plenty of suits, toboggan slide, spring boards or walks,at any de

Sunday is the only day they whose bare, unoccupied >pews stare e making speak for a good time, then communities Situated four miles from Apopka on Seaboard Air Line R Riilaoad w

have_ 1C rest, read, books and enjoy theI 1 in the face Sunday after Sun- over this particular "gathering of the Degrees in schools, and brotherhoods a splendid livery team goes to Springs. ':1t

the lociety of ttw'r families ani they day is to revise their methods. clans" the banner of, success waves. in cities, Rates &00 per day; $ .OO per week, children under 13 years at hall pris

--------- high. I Peaceful' from dividable
party closed with a delightful shores, ,
i' 1: LAST VISIT AS PRISONER. fields and the forests and the factoriesencourage : dance on Tuesday evening. The primogenitive and due of birth WeMwa C Clay Springs, Florida?!
---.. -- and husbandry 'Inculcate Major and Mrs. Schneider
energy opening the Prerogative of age, crowns, sceptres, F EI
Capt., William Ditto in Louisville ,in.. love of our ecenic 'grandeur, dance with.the old-time grace,so near laurels, ---

1863-Captured at Lexington. and make mankind better and greater ly forgotten by "young America. One But by degree, stand in authentic H' -
and grander. Good ,roads have made pleasant! feature of the evening was S. H. BLITCH ROBINSON, Pres.
hearty the place? Mgr. j. c.' BOOZER, Atst. Mgr
J Hale and age of eighty the glory of the nations of the past the introduction of the comparatively Take but degree away( untune that GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller. \

years,, and stepping with all the elasticity and good roads will: add to our greater i new dance "Comas," and the recallingof I. string

of youth Capt William 1,. ;Ditto glory and, make us all that we hopeto the old dances, the Ripple :Mazurka 'And, hark what discord follows! each \
be, the most beneficent Vesuvianna and
that Tyrolienne. Those
set foot on Kentucky soil i Tuesday power thing meets The
morning 'for the first time !n forty ever blessed an advancing and pro- present at the house party are indebted In mere oppugnancy: the bounded Strong Hold the
> gressive humanity. (Loud :applause.Congiesslonal :)- to their host and hostess for "red ***
; thre4t 'years.' last visit to the state ,
t'' was in August. :1863, and his recollections Record, 'June 12. letter" memories of a happy time that Should life their bosoms; higher than
f! <' has passed and hopes of similar
The World Live to BANK
;". of smoke and battle and the stirring We' In. come. And make a sop of all this solid'globe; ,

incidents attendant upon the *trursle I Strength should be lord .of imbecility ,
State Editors in Ocala.
t In (itself }t Is' _a beautiful world-
? bEtween the north ahd 'south. At that And the rude son should strike his

: time Capt Ditto was marched through perennially ,young renewing its youthand : The annual meeting of the Florida father dead; OCALA, FLfl.

.' the Streets,;:>f Louisville, a prisoner of freshness with the kiss of the Press' association held last week in Force should be right; or rather, right

: wa;.! \-1th. others on; their nay; to sun after its seeming death in the icy Ocala, though small in attendance, and. wrong, Has Upon Public Confidence

Johnson's. ,Isl ..ndJh re, he spent arms of winter. But the people who was a very pleasant one. Between whose endless' jar justice re- is Evi

eighteen months .in captivity. The business meetings were on there sides, !
Capt Ditto is a native of Louisiana live on it-are they degenerating? A regular routine order, ,but the literary Should lose their names, and so should dented by i its Large and Increasing

:;.:,. And is a nephew of the late Judge they shrinking morally and physically y programs occupying two evenings, justice, too. ,

l .Elijah F. Nuttall ,of Henry county, its the ages go by? Is the world growing consisted of papers of a high order bye Then every thing includes itself in Business

", Xy. At the outbreak" of the civil war worse as we often hear from th members of the association, and delightful 'power, ,

." ,; ie enlisted in the First Louisiana cavalry pulpit and the press? No the world music, vocal and instrumental Power into will, will Into appetite;

ander the command of Col John grows better. The intellectual and spiritual by> local talent. And appetite, an universal wolf, .

: 8. Scott. The command was sent into part of man is constantly un- The citizens of enterprising Ocala So doubly seconded with will and --
y -- .
---- ---- .
Kentucky by order o|,GenvBucluierJa folding. Charity is spreading' 'Jta gave the visiting editors a pleasant power,

.r create unfavorable sentiment against white :wings broader, the sense oi drive over-Marion county's hard roadsto Must make perforce an universal prey,
i' Gen. Morgan. Capt. Ditto, with a detachment brotherhood is permeating humanitymore Silver Springs, with a short launch And last eat up himself '
ot Gt'n.-3urnslde's command 'deeply andwidely.. No matter ride over its beautiful waters returning -Chas. H. Towne MASTERSOCALfl'S

.' "were captured in a raid near Lexington i about the crimes and wrong doings via the extensive Rawl's plantation -

{ 'and marched to' Johnson's :Isla 1d.'C I which the 'newspapers spread before of several hundred acres, where then St. Francis at San Francisco.* FOREMOST DEP 1I TMENT STORE

p't. Ditto has many' friends in I us in flaming,headlines In proportion state convicts are. employed. The party .

Louisville-"and has taken a keen'interest I to the, population :the ,crimes :of today was taken through the convict hospital I met old, lean St. Fran l,6 in a dream ,
,- .. ", .. .
,. in the' Home Coming preparations.. I are at a low minimum compared with where the sick unfortunates are cared Wading knee-deep through the ashesof -- '"

x. Since tie war he has been. located at those of the,so-called "good old days'* for[ and given work according to their his town. I

Ocala Fla. where his four :sons 'are, .when there :were .no telegraph lines t' conditions of health. The drive continued The souls that he ,was :helping up to We have about thirty Lingerie Waist Patterns, with

-, engaged in, t. real estate business.-.* I flash' the news across the world and to the Palmetto Stock Farmof heaven Lace and Embroidered Fronts

"Home Coming",dition.'of the Louisville no morning and evening papers to array another several hundred acres, own Were burnt or wrung out of the and Cuffs, in some very

Courler-JoursaL- evil 'doings in'startling capitals and ed by a wealthy; banker :Mr. Z. T. writhing flesh. beautiful and Elaborate designs which
> \ we are
double heads. Chambliss whose special hobby is fine

Congressman" ,Sutzer on Good, Roads. Crime sin and suffering-there,.ar stock. His full-blooded shorthorns ar engulfed at $1.00, the regular values were $1.25 $J.50 $1.75 and

Mr: still..in plenty-but: wherever: ,they ex a wonder, and if shown a: few years In sudden indiscriminate destruction,
Now, Chairman, I want't
say 1st law and charity are there to check since, as Florida stock, would have And half a million homeless are, I $2.00.
in conclusion that I take
them, the one with the hand of know
strong, been. looked upon' as impossible. Theyare
interest in this
I1-absorbinguestion force, the 'other with the hand of sym the pride of not only Mr.. Cham- This rotten world most blackly is ac- I
for better highways the ETON
throughout pathy and helpfulness. Love is abroadin bliss 'curst.," SUITS.
but, every stockman in the state, ;
land byf'some plan of governmental assistance. .
; the land checking crime at its fountainhead ,
since he must see in them the hopeof N
I am for tM'ca.use.,' and in
by the two great 'means of a better grade of cattle throughout "When heroes are as countless as the
; the fight to stay. 1 am now always prevention: education and work. Indus- the entire state. flames; I We have five styles in Ladies White Duck Linen: x i
.s ,, have been and always will be, a friend s
'. trial schools ,are ,made attractive an At the evening session of the meetIng When sympathy,": said he, "has opened
of good road building. It means progress self-supporting. Traveling. libraries 'the editors -were greetd with a funhouse wideA and Lawn EtonSuits]| the fit|is perfect andlthe styles are
and prosperity a benefit to the
carry wholesome mental food, to isolated and after the close of the pro hundred million generous human Price
people: who live in the cities,,.and an homes right. $3.50 to $10.00. : i
clubs, societies hearts,
'S.- ; religious gram a delightful and informal recep
advantage to the
people who live
i : in forces all.are working for the amelior tion was given by Ocala citizens and I know this world is Infinitely blessed"

', the country, and it,will help every section ation c.f'the human race, and the work an abundance of refreshments were -Rodman. Gilder In Boston Pilot. We Invite Your
: ; of our vast domain.' Good roads, for good is evrywhere apparent in a served. Inspection. !
:" like good streets make habitation A Hard Luck Tale.
higher: intellectual and moral standard At the closing business session Key
: along: them most, desirable; they enhance .
the value of farm lands, facili- and in the increased desire of men West was appointed as the next place I bought a mine. 36 inches Linen finish waisting and suiting regular \21A
and women to make the most, of of meeting and the following officers I
tate transportation, and add untold The mine is mine'no more;
wealth to the producers and consum- themselves and 4o help others to rise elected: C. L. Bittinger. president; J. I struck a sharp quality at JOe as long as it lasts.| I
higher-M:. B. In Sunny South. vice-president T, J.
H. Humphries, ;
". S S4 ; tn of the country; they are the milestones And he, not I, struck ore! i
Appleyard, secretary, and J. W. White, ,
: marking the march of civilization One Touch of Nature. ,,
; they economize time and labor treasurer. I bought some stock.Dame'Fortune CHffiDRENS HEADWEAR.
From Ocala the jolly editors, with
and money; they, save wear and tear Down the street came a tried to woo; -::
wagon their wives mothers or sisters, wentto .
\ and worry and waste; they beautifythe loaded with meat and The market changed: ; *." -
drawn by a Jacksonville, where they .were "
country, bring it ,in touch with the well-rounded It broke-and I broke too! m
little mare. Her: that pleasant and accommodating
the city, and add the social and reli- steps became slower and slower and joined by -- Infants Caps and Bonnets.
district agent of the
passenger We Want a Barrel of This Preparation. -
S gious educational and industrial finally, in the middle of the car track s. Southern railroad Mr. J. C. Lusk, who Misses'and Young Ladies West Hats.MASTERS
Advancement of the people; they make she stopped. .
chaperoned the party on a pleasure
,better homes and happier heartbsides; "Git ap," said the driver "git a p, trip over his popular system to the An entomologist in the Hartford
they are the avenues of trade the- "
Jenny: beautiful Sapphire regions of NorthCarolina (;Conn.) Times says that the persistentuse
highways commerce, the mail routes
But Jenny only turned appealing about which the Journal of oil of lavender will drive flies
of information, and the agencies of
,r eyes toward the man on the seat. readers shall hear in another issue. out of a house, and an application to
speedy communication; they mean the Behind him came the shouts and
Manatee River Journal. face and hands at night before retiringwil ,
economical transportation of marketable oaths of other drivers. ... -.,. no matter how many mosquitoesthere ;.<.

products-the maximum burden at "Poor Jenny, 'poor little horse!" said Sleeplessness.A may be Inthe r bedchamberdrive ;

> the minimum cost; they are the ligaments the big, dirty man: "Is she all tired' them from the sleeper. (Buy flv -
that bind the country together e'E.
? maid. finding
out Swedish servant
cents worth of oil of lavender mix, i C. Smith.
in thrift and industry and intelligence At the sound of his voice the little that her mistress was troubled with .with the Same amount of water, and C. V. Roba'o

; ",S And patrotism; they promote social In. horse sighed a sigh of tired appreciation. sleeplessness, told her of a practice of 'use a small atomizer to spray it)- SMITH & ROBERTS.

tereourse, prevent Intellectual stagnation ., the people of her Country ,who were Our Dumb Animals.

and- increase the happiness and "Never mind," he went on soothingly similarly afflicted It was to take a

the prosperity of our' producing as he' scrambled down off the napkin dip tt in Ice-cold water, wringIt Mr. T. H. Wicker, one -f the vegetable Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers)

masses; they contribute to the seat and took her by the bridle. "WeT slightly and lay it across her eyes.: kings of Coleman was a visitorto LATEST METHODS. BEST GOODS. WORK GUARANTEE ,j

glory of the country, give employmentto go right out to the side here and resta The plan was followed and it workerlike this city Friday, He continues Telegraph orders receive

our idle -workmen, distribute the bit," and he led-her'away from the a charm. The fight night the lady to give good reports of the vegetable short notice. prompt attention and embalming done any\Qba'-
necessaries. ,,of life-the product,of the crowd and stood waking on
patting her wel 1- slept four hours without shippers of the famous Warm Springs 4G
curried sides while she rubbed her something she had not done for several

FRECKLES .AND- nose against his face. months. At the end of that time hammock.tomatoes he On has seven already acres; planted received to OGALA G L FURNITURE

PIMPLES' The other drivers moved on, then the napkin had become dry. By wetting $1,900 in checks and has four or five COMPANY r

mOVED In 'Ten:Days. [turned and looked. Some, 'of them it again she at once went to sleep hundred more crates: to hear from
smiled ; others replaced the whips and It required considerable force to whirr
thinkswill make' his returns
which had been taken'from their her in the .
Nadinola: sock- arouse morning.Yes. in
the neighborhood of, $2.500. With,
ets to hurry their own horses
The Complexion the delay.-New York Times. after It, does look like the democratic the exception of one' hundred dollars Phosphate Mine Supplies. |
Beantifier is, these returns show the labor of Z[i.
dosed by thousands )Ir. W. K.., Jackson Jr. party is having favoring winds. We Wicker himself and his little bay a. Section, Hose, Spiral Pipe Wire
passed believe in the course of things it is its Rope, Tram Cars, Steam Pum ft.
of grateful Ijj'V.andguaranteed through Ocala Friday! afternoon on his time to win. In a democratic government He says chat he does not relieve tea Boilers, Engines and Smokestacks. Centrifugal Pumps, '
; home any soil anywhere can do better than >
.i his at Wheelbarrows
to remove way Inverness to Shovels
'constant changes should take Relaying Rails
Wrought Iron \ -
E all facial this'and he has a potato crop and a ,
discoloration spend a few days visiting his
relatives. place. The political waters should be Pipe, Valves and Fittings, Engine Packing all kinds
;* and restore the Mr. Jackson is a graduate of the Uni grass crop yet on band the returns Tools ( ), i
a. constantly agitated. Teddy Is all right Pulleys, Hangers and Shafting. '
beauty of youtL Tie verslty of Florida at Lake from which will come on later. Power
City, and
In him the republicans got, more than Transmission
went cases in twenty dayk. SOc and $1.00at last year taught at this university. Mr. Appliances.
they bargained for and the,country Is 1'-
all lading drug 'r-'orca.. or by:: m&iLRTSOXAL Jackson Js now making his home in crying aloud for Bryan continue the Sheriff Henry Gordon went down to THE CAMERON &k 'B RKLEY CO.
Prepre! b WKIT ;)., Par* Tug.s Jacksonville where be has a position. Tarpon Springs yesterday, afternoonfor _
t I good work. a: prisoner. Walrus Leather Dealers and Manufacturers' 'As nta for Machihrfy an'
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\ WASHINGTON GOSSIPSenator Secure the; biggest NOTICE.- _:

? Growers., Increase! Their Correspondence Ocala Banner. Special to the Ocala Banner: of corn fertil- In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial

Awunt0th Items of" Quite a number of After an absence from your paperof crops Circuit of Florida In and for

cantaloupes are several weeks plase allow izers must > be used Marion County-In Chancery...,. .
: Interest, being> shipped from here by Mr, Boynton us space Bacon's.Night Trip --

nce/oofa Banner., and other growers in thii.section. for a few items. The people of Moss liberally. Apply at least City of Ocala, Complainant vs. C. W.
ia drawing to Bluff and vicinity are forging alongin Across Golf Links. 500 Morse Jr.. Defendant Order for
season ; Messrs! Waits and Rush 'rushing '-
are Constructive
an agricultural way, and all crops pounds to the acre-with Service.
f Ithas'been; a profitable; one oft the watermelons by the carload. It Is ordered that the defendant -

'farmers Bes'idea many'.solidi Burry.! brothers have been shipping are having looking plenty excellent of rain We and can'watermelons boastof NEW YELLOW,IAT IOB UNCLE JOE 3/; { per cent. nitrogen, 8 percent be i herein and named he Is hereby, to-wlt required: C. W. Morse to appear, Jr.,

:tomatoes, cantaloupeslBjtemelon3ft.thonsanla tomatoes for' the past two weeks at present,. and if the rain does available phosphoric to.the. bill of complaint filed In this -

of ,packgere rat the\ tomato is not soon cease'we shall all favor drainage cause on or before
| t crop nearly over -
South Carolina'. Gift to Speaker Coa- acid and cent. POTASH. Mondav the 4th Day of June, 1906.
"sent outfby express. Prices .wing, : to.the., recent heavy rains destroying over here. 9 per It is further ordered that a copy of
Doa.Stlr. IlllaoU
: ajiost versallr fine, and in the vines. '';% We congratulate the citizens of Ma- Vp Envy IB POTASH a-most. important this, order/ be nublished once a, wek
t De1egatIoJoke,; Played OB RepreentatlTe for! four consecutive weeks in the
rion county for the manner in which ,
: miof our growers llrs. .
,Whitney, who has been .vis- cala. Banner, a
i, .. factor in culture. newspaper published -.
both -CongressmanSends corn
primaries were conducted. It was in said .
county and state.
&bankacountL ting Mrs. Waites, went to Ocala last -
busines greatly imiyjnorning done on high-toned principles, and we Constituent Spade to Plant Our practical books for This 24th day of April. 1906. ..
ijg'find: to visit friends
Wednesday there.
have yet to hear of a single fuss or disturbance Free Garden Seed. (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK '

Mrs. T lna Bryan of Ocala.. also at the polls or otherwise. We farmers are yours for the Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County..

a northbound the guest'otlrs. :Waites.'returned to feel General Bates, ga ve'a dinner tibe other Florida. -
.: i sorry that, some of the candidates. T. E* Biggs, Complainant's Solicitor.
sking-no or obliga-
,, iae switching a car of her home"on Wednesday: 1 ,:" I were 1 defeated and they have oursympathy ,night at the.Country; club/sa.vsjthe '-27 .

jumped the track but little lIrs:.M. .A. Hickson'') of:this\place, I /' but, gentlemen all could Washington correspondent of the St. tion of any sort, and a vast -4 I S
I A pair of our White House ihoea
'done.. *Since then an- left Thursday to visit her daughter, !not .be elected this'time., and you must Georgia Louis Republic.was invited.Senator The senator Bacon wentto of fund of invaluable information will make your feet glad. New low

: jada similar experience Mrs.. Dr. WalEpr at Jacksonville.Mrs. come ,again. quarter styles Just In; for men &114
I Miss Debbie Clinton of Titusville is the Chevy Chase Golf club by: mis- in them. women. The (Fair. s
iplace.., Odell of Micanopy is the take. It was then fifteen'minutes to 8 _ I
visiting her sister Mrs. Griggs at this
: 'SUfld1 afternoon just beJv guest of her mother and father Mr. I o'clock and the dinner was set for 8 Notice of a Special District School -
i place. Address. GERMAN KAU WORKS Q Election at MarUl.
and Miss -
.dsxk. ranfc Hughes and Mrs. Scott. :j, Miss_MoUie Ctalkey returned,home p. m. :Mr.T, Bacon learned that the New YorK-93 Nassau Street. or ). ,

Martin.drove .to the residence Mrs. Waites was called -to GineayUle afew"dayi aga aftey a visit; of s'ev- :Country;: club could be reached most Atlanta. Oa.-22 i So. Brood Strut. Notice Is hereby'glven 'that an elec '

;- j. GH Graham, and making to see her sister-in-law Mrs; .eral"weeks"to her; sister, atLaGrange! gulckly by* cutting across the golf 4 4 tion: will be held at Martel on ,
July 7th, A. D. 1908,
: jgfoess.known, were united in Henry Waites who is sick with. typhoid Miss Maggie Anderson, of Lakeland, course and fields on foot NOTICE.Of for the purpose of electing a truste -

: lT\bands_ of matrimony. They fever. !isivisiting relatives here and at Elec- It was dark. He walked out on the Or the Martcl special tax. school district -
I golf course. As soon as he got outside -
"seated in Jhe ]buggy during Miss.Elizabeth has tra. Application for Tax Deed Under
Mjrzelle jrhg %The following .
persons hare been
fbeen' .the,circle.of lights of the ..clubhousefiifelToverirbunieK appointed
; '
remonr and immediately af- .quite 'sick with' fever; is '"tip I' :Misa .DIxie ;Pllians: is therguestjof: Sectiortj-J:'.of Chapter4888" Laws. managers Q f said election:

.'- the services at the her sister Mrs. Florence Martin, this "HcTfook another of .Florida. .. H. L. Secklnger, a P. Piltens and
attended again and has gone to visit her aunt week. tack and fell over another bunker. J. F. Folks. B.v order' of the Board of

;, ,___., church. at Melrose.. Miss Minnie Reynolds of DeLeon Then he ran Into a sand trap and for Notice is hereby given that J. J. Public Instrucl Jon. This the 4th'day of
conference will be held Fort. purchaser of tax certificatesNos. rune, 1906. G. S.. SCOTT
district Miss Alice Vaughn is the guest of .Springs, visited relatives and friends half an hour wandered around the golf IT : Chairman.

: :- :, rthe .middle of July and ar- her sister, Mrs. David Burry. I here last week. course falling over every bunker there 1108. 447 502 506 1105. 1106 1107, Attest: W. D. CARN. Secretary. -
1109 dated June
1111 6th 1904
jentj.are already being made :Miss Jaynie Scott left for Ocala I Mr. George Heath and Miss Bessie was and over some of them twice. and 505 and 519 dated the first day '-8Administrator's .

-2' ie reception and entertainment Wednesday to visit her sister. Mrs. Sellars were quietly married a few He came to a barb wire fence, climbed of June A. D., 1903 has filed said cer. Notice of Final Dis.

visitors. The committee ap- Tompkins. O. L. C: days ago. 'We wish for them pleasureand It, tore one leg of his trousers and ificates in my office and has made ; charge. -

jd'Cfor the purpose report that happiness throughout their married promptly fell into a water hazard that application for tax deed to issue in -

: -. life. was not very deep, but that had much accordance with law. Said certificates ? Notice Is i frreby given that on the-
for Mrs. Muller of Miami formerlyMiss
say sustaIns her reputation 6th day of November. A. D., 1906. the
mud the bottom. this embrace the described
on By time be following -
Mr. H. B. Mock and family of We-
-- andthe houses of the peo- Stella Barcus, of Citra, after a undersigned administrator of the es-
was wet muddy disheveled. He final. property situated in Marion couny staeof John W.
laka, have moved into the L. P. Water- Randall deceased. will
llbe Uirown open for the en- short visit to Ocala jeturned to Citra Florida, to-wit: Southwest
man house here. ly got off the golf course and plunged quar. present to the Hon. Joseph Bell Ouny -
T1em ift.ofas many as can come. yesterday where she is on a visit to through two or three marshy fields to ter of southwest quarter section 10, t Judge of Marion cour.ty. Florida,
Miss Lillie White is
spending a township 15 south 21 east. his final acounts and make final
range gettle-
%ake p.rye city fathers, and see her parents Mr. and Mrs. David Bar- the,club. -
> while in Jacksonville the guest'of southeast quarter of northwest quarter tlement and apply for his final discharge -
:' *"thG shade trees in the town are cus. Mrs. Muller was accompanied Mrs. D. Williams. ,' .:'', !'Is General Bates giving a dinner: of southwest quarter section 7 and as administrator of the said -.

J as travelers hi vehicles and by her son John. J. N. Tillis and familyof"Buffalo here?" he asked of a club attendant northeast quarter; of northwest quar. estate. P. T. RANDALL. -

Balking sidewalks. are fre- Bluff have recently movedto- this "Yes, sir," said the attendant lookingat ter of southwest quarter'- section 7, Administrator Randall DP<'eased.of Estate of. John W.

treated to a shower bath Miss Annie Mathews gave a delightful place and are occupying the D. E. the muddy senator suspiciously, "butI and southwest. quarter of northeast Ocala, Fla.. May 3, 1906. 5-4-6m

withT7be.Baptists little informal part Wednes- Driggers house. do.not think he can be disturbed." quarter section 19, all in township 15 k--.
limbs weighted
drooping south range 23 east; southwest NOTICE
Senator Bacon fairly snorted at this. quarter
John T. Lewis attended the meet-
day night for her guests Miss' Mer- S
of northeast quarter north half of ,
"Tell him Senator Bacon of Georgia is
areS determined that ven Ray and Miss Eileen Brocken of ing of the executive committee southeast quarter and southeast quarter 01! ApplicaJon for Tax Deed Under ,
out here, he commanded.
Saturday In Ocala. He says the of southeast quarter section 13, '.-. Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws
; lietlpdist sh-4! not get ahead of General Bates came out
; : of Florida.
; meeting was very pleasant northeast 'quarter block 9; all of
: so:they have decided to purV GAITERVILLE. J nious.A. "Why, senator," he exclaimed, "whatis block 15 lots 2 and 4, block 17 all of 'Notice -
is hereby given that W. C.
; new organ Mr.Tucker from south Florida the matterr"Matter block 18, east one-fourth block 20, Townsend purchaser of Tax CertificateNos.

and Miss Eloise Smoak here was. here a few days..ago buying beef !" shouted Bacon. "Nothingat Cline's sub of northeast quarter of 1 108, 114, 115. 224, 234. Zit dated
& 'are on a visit to friends and The good old time'is '" ?i cattl ,-and offering splendid prices for all; nothing; of course.nothing onlyI northwest quarter section 18, township -. the 6th day of June A. D. 1904, has
and with a few pleasant days.. 'I have been falling over a series of 15 south, range 22 east. lied said certificates in my office and
tveshee.4rJObfl Melons are plentiful in this""section same"" ,: but is"a rule our cattle. owners bills and into valleys out there. The said land being assessed at the: has made -application for tax deed to
Tilton's family held a ar not ready to sell yet, preferring lo the date of the issuance of such certificate -: Issue in accordancewith law. Said
In dinner said General
"Come to
and notwithstanding the great amountof wait until August and September.The i certificates embrace the following described
r recently. Those present in the name of Varn & Mc
them the prices are still good. Better ferryman at this place Bates soothingly. H. property situated in Marion -
reports Neil W. and Sarah Wood. E. L.
Emmett Talton and family "No said Bacon. "I cannot I county, Florida, to-wit: Southeast -
on an average than for several that .the. Ocklawaha ,river is almost. land, M. Wallace, W. G. Williams quarter of, section .8, north half of
and Mr Will Grocot am too muddy Please,let me have a ?
years. I; high-water 'mark. Ella Lewis and parties unknown. Un. southwest quarter,,southeast quarter
+ .family;from Jacksonville. "" rains thepast -'-- --.1 sandwich and I will go home*? less said certificate shall be re- southwest quarter of section 34, and
: Owing to the general ,-
"* ,- demed according to law tax deed will northwest quarter of northeast quarterof
Eddie of Jack-
Neff and son, j" Just What Everyone Should Do.
week the'river has risen section 35, township 12 south, range
Speaker Cannon'appe red on the issue thereon on the 24th day of July
[e'y are visiting Mrs. NefTs 25 east, and lot 4 of section 22, and 7.59 -
which makes fishing a thing Mr. J. T. Barber, of Irwinville, Ga., floor of the house the other day after A. D. 1906.Witness chains east and
Mrs. f. C. Kttidrick. west on west side of -
!: of the past. always keeps a bottie of Chamberlain'sColic adjournment wearing a brand new tan my official signature and lot 1 of section 27 and lot 3 of section -

-:, J. 0. n. Mr. W. A. Brass of Holder was Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy colored campaign hat, says the St seal this the 20th day of June A. D., 11. and northeast quarter of south
;' t at hand ready for Instant use. Attacksof Louis -flepublic'sVashl gton 1906. east quarter of section 35, township 13
>weddIng bells rang again at in Gaiterville last week hunting colic. cholera morbus and diarrhoeacome reprosentative. (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, south range 25 east. The said land being z

,,- 'Sunday evening when the hands to do carpenter work in the on so suddenly that there is no It was a very becoming affair Clerk Circuit Court Marion, County, assessed at the date of the issu-
I presented to"Uncle Joe.by Representative ance of such certificates in the name
of Citrus county.Mr. time to hunt a doctor-or go to Florida. 6-22. :
LTTMW : as:clear-as: sparkling water mining district store for medicine. Mr. Barber says: Aiken of South Carolina, and of J. B. Swan, Swan & Henly, Mrs. S.

,_- jryt.i looked (so beautiful. L. F. Richer is moving his shbpto "I have tried Chamberlain's Colic the boy B. W. Morris, F. B. Wood, and un-
speaker was as pleased as a NOTICE.
known. Unless said certificates shall be
'-> from which Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy whichis y
: Frank':: Hughes of Daisy, and Miss .Crystal River again one of the best medicines I ever saw.I with his first pair of red boots. He redeemed according to law tax deed

,-: ':f Martin, .of Silver Springs place,..he. ,moved..a, year ago.. He will keep a bottle of it in my: room as demonstrated that it could be turned Notice hereby given that on the will issue thereon on the 9th day of

quietly married at the home of be .greatly. missed from. bur section. I: have had several' attacks of colic Into' many 'shapes' and. knocked about 2nd day of July, A. D., 1906, July A. D. 1906i -5
-' In the' 'beautiful and it has proved to be the best med- at twelve o'clock noon there will be ,Witness my official signature and
:'Ji& few We wish him succes's generally without showing rough us- seal this the 6th day of June A. D,
Graham. Only a icine I ever used. Sold by all druggists sold at Public Auction, in front of theclerk's
&' Several members of the Illinois 1906. ,
iIs w 'present' to witness the city of Crystal. m age. office, in Ocala Florida, all of
rSeal.) S. T. SISTRUNK.
business delegation were on hand and insisted .
M. was a the old court house chairs benches and 3
Mr. u Whitton
ny,, The bride looked beauti- BELLEVIEW. Clerk Circuit Court, -
white china silk with lace visitor to the mining city Monday.Mr. on trying on'the speaker's "bonnet""If other things belonging to the said If:6-8 C Marion. County, Florida.f ..
,- -I s a' fi hat-Uncle: Joe,".said Rep- courthouse, which are not now in use
: : s and ,white hat. She also' W. L. Brooks passed through Mrs. A. D. Mitchell of Summerfield resentative Madden after a trying on. nor necessary to be kept in service in

; : a white ostrich fan of ex-' Gaiterville Tuesday from Ocala visited in Belleview last week. "but it's awfully unbecoming." the new apartments. NOTICE. -
( where he was called on businesss. S. T. oISTRUNK -
design.. The groom looked "Oh replied the speaker. "you'reJust
Richardson of Ocala is visit
Miss ,
The Cedar Grove Epworth Leaguewas mad because haven't one." Clerk of the Board of County Com la the Circuit Court in and For MarIon -
e In a' black suit and was you '
; ing Mrs. John Brown. missioners.. 622.GUARDIAN'S te County Florida. -
represented at the state leaguein "No I'm not mad but I'm Madden." ."
; .:happy: over .having won such aHughes' : The lumber is on the ground to put -
( t Ocala Tuesday' 19th, by Miss Ma- ,"That looks like a senatorial hat," In Re Estate of A. C. Johnson. -
; othersT We hope an addition to the Masonic building, volunteered' Billy Lorimer.. ."It's time NOTICE *" ANNUAL' -Notice Is hereby given that on the -
: : former home was ble Turner and occupied by the Marion Mercantile SETTLEMENT. :*5th day of December, A. 'D. 1906, .
you were moving.
time. the undersigned administrator of the
had pleasant
they a
$ atho and she had friends ;:
; y ,many '-'- Galtervilleltes" are waiting Company. "I've heard mighty uncomplimentary 'Notice Is hereby given that on the ..estate of A. C. Johnson, deceased: will

t i :.. land';should this happy couple The There have been several carloadsof things about some men over there.? replied 22nd day of August, A. D., 1906. present my final return accounts.
time coming
? to share the luxuries and neces-- patiently for the ,good old 4 melons shipped from Belleview the gage'of Danville in the droll at the court house in Marion county, vouchers. and apply for final discharge
of as administrator of said estate.
:. ,of.life as ,long as their, many ,the Fourth.Quite a i and there: will be several more. way his friends most'like. "and I 'don't Florida, the undersigned as guardian .i F.' M. TOWNSEND. .

1 i. '' ::ia: :tope they will their hair will people are expected. Refreshments Miss Kate Mitchell was the guest know that I want to move." for the minors Katie Mai Mcintyre .Administrator of the Estate of A. C. -'
"; will be served by committee.Don't and Helen Mcintyre will present my :.Johnson deceased. 6 1 Gm
: : ci streaked with the slIverIof J. A. Mitchell from Saturday Martin.
date.. The t otMrs'f accounts and vouchers to the Hon May 28th -906. -
or Vreeland of New
the place Representative
forget *
:b. old age before their end 1 until Monday.. / .Joseph Bell county judge in and for '
July York had his bill recently! prohibit-
Stoke's ferry up -
Z grounds at annual NOTICE.
picnic nice Marion county and make my
is having res-
Judge Hopkins a .
tug the stamping'of silver or gold articles SIn
4th. settlement as guardian of the said
: writer adds her sincere wishes UNCLE JOSEPH. idence built in BellevieW -. }!. E. with false1 assay..marks,,says the I minors the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi-

>':1: Jives.,be ever linked in gold- \ acial Circuit of Florida in and for..
Cleveland Plain Dealer's Washington Dated June 19, 1906.
Marion In
6 County- Chancery.
<'I'dst,. pure love and may they Messrs. ,Knight and Lang. ,Following the Flag. correspondent To Illustrate his speech A. MCINTYRE, ,i' -

':: life's' sea undisturbed with 'he had a dozen or more of watches silver As Guardian for Katie Mai and Helen Thomas M. Wilson Complainant vs. '

"" and have only happi- 'columns When our soldiers went to Cuba and spoons forks plated wear and articles McIntyre, Minors. 6-22-9t Mrs. Anna Lee Wallace Wadlow..
Reference to our advertising the Philippines health was the most and T. SLWadlow. Defendants-
'.ia f ', this world and the one to 'will show: that Messrs. Knight important consideration. Willis T. of Jewelry spread out on the top GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT ., Order for Constructive
Morgan retired commissary sargeant, of his desk. Unknown to Mr.; Vree- Service. -
; & Lang have purchased the wagon, U. S. A., of Rural Route No. 1, Con- land, Representative McMorran of AND FINAL DISCHARGE, ,.. -

:fes. ,Hoise Smoak. of. Qcala. is the and harness business from ,cord, N. H., says: "I was two years in behind It is ordered that the defendantshere
buggy the desk
; ') 'Mrs. Simmons this week. surviving partnerof Cuba and two years in the Philippines Michigan ranged on Notice is hereby given that on the named. to-wit: Anna Lee Wallace
.. Mr. Lee Miller the and being subject to colds I tookDr.. him three big oranges..in'. the shape ota "'27th day December. A. D., 1906. Wadlow and T. M. Wadlow be and -
,"- .: I..A, Talton is visiting his par- S. A. Standley & Co. These gentlemen King's New Discovery fo Consumption pawnbroker's sign. at the court house in Marion county, they are hereby required to appear to :

.,|$.ere> for a short while. as Is also will conduct the business at the which kept me in perfect health. And I "What'H you advance on my-watch?' Florida the under' signed as guardianfor the bill of complaint in this cause on
find it(
in New Hampshire we before
brother,, Mr W. G. Talton, of St. same. stand and the senior partner, better now medicine than any in the world I asked Mr. Longworth as he walked by the minors, Katie Mal McIntyre,' or Monday, the 2d day of July, 1906. S

."itfoe. W. A Knight will give it his for coughs. colds, bronchial troubles and saw the oranges. and Hellen McIntyre win present my It Is further ordered that a copy of

I Jettie Boyles and Mr. LaW Mr. He was the and all lung diseases. Guaranteed at "This: is no pawnbroker's office," Mr accounts and vouchers to the Hon. this order be published once a week
undivided attention. Tydlngs & Co., druggists. Price 50 cts. Joseph Bell, county judge in and for for four consecutive weeks in the'Ocala -

Craatham, of Sparr, attended bookkeeper for Meats.". St n.dley & and $1. Q.! Trial bottle free. m Vreeland said. Marion county and make my final Banner, a. newspaper- published In said

rv1ces at the Methodist church is thoroughly familiar "Then take in your slgn"Mr.' Long- settlement and apply for final discharge county and state. -
Company and Walter Taylor :'has at last been worth advised. as guardian of the said minors This 31st day of May, 1906.
1. night .
business. (Seat) S. T. SISTRUNK
with the granted a conditional pardon. AIr the from the said court
:' H.B. Moote and Mr. H. C. Me- havean I Clerk Circuit Court Marion Qounty,
: ,4' As Messrs. 'Knight and Lang Florida press boys (and girls too). at As Elliott Woods, the superintendent I Dated June 19th, 1906.A. Florida. By H. C. Sistrunk. D. C. -
; Silver Springs, were in' An- extensive acquaintance and are 'Ocala recently, were hoping this would of the capitol was walking with Unce! : McINTYRE, 0- T. GREEN, Complainant Solicitor. -
____ .. .
-p'Sunday:: and Monday. familiar with the traae '11 4 goes: '".U1.u.u- happep. He has been a much perse- Joe Cannon from the street cars to the As guardian of Katie Mai and Helen 6-1 -

in. the Daisy items last out saying that they will do a prospeOuS : cuted man.-Lake City' Index. capitol the other day Mr. Woods noticed Mcintyre :Minors., 6-22-6m :- MASTER'S SALE.

;jrt4at Mr. Harper gave a nice business. Having ample capital several pairs of crows that were -.:..-

-- | school lecture. We did hot ; in a position to keep on The Bryan boom 'is gaining In .size building,.their nests up in the carvings A Card. Under and by virtue of a final decree _

-,;that he was a Sunday school hand they a large are stock and give theircustomer'J and strength. "Billy" is all right and of the columns around the dome says -June 16th 1906. suit wherein rendered I.M.on :May. Meffert 28th, was 1906,complainant In. a-

? Please tell him to honor us excellent f-rvic.An we already see! Florida represented in the New York World's Washington To Whom it May Concern: and Wilton Myers, -et ux -

i ri lecture the M. the cabinet. representative. We the subscribers to this Instrument were defendants I. as special master
next Sunday at examination o? their vehicles. He pointed them out to Uncle Joe of writing have known Mr. R. appointed therein, will .offer for sale
r .jfercL (Glad to know that weSOrneyoung will show John Gaines before the court house door in the cityof
saddles, harness, ,etc., Representative Wesley and remarked:"I think those crows are E.-- T. Ellison for at least ten years
Ocala :Monday July 2. 1906 between
men that take such business they are doing, of Tennessee declares that no poweron and know him to be a good citizen on -
what a large getting too familiar.! I will send a man the hours of 11 o'clock a. m and
"in our Sunday schools.) [ this earth can close his mouth. We and always a good provider for his of said
; C---- 9r..i we hope the refers! o pa- up there and drive them out" 2 o'clockp. m. day, the following :- -
him "butt in" withus family he pays his debts and as to described real
hate to have property:
Wehb this would
is on the sick if "
them in personor "Oh let them alone, said the
will call on no; his and know
ppr the "dry"side integrity veracity we Lots 8 and 9, located in the south- -
We hope she will be up by not able to do so, will drop them a into a controversy speaker gazing interestedly at the nothing to the contrary; he has always west corner of the northwest quarter .

Mf.wrttlng. when in ne.-l of anything in of a subject. intruders that were cawing to one an. been a man to help build lip of section twenty-six township 13south S

( BLUE BELL postal other. "We must concede somethin schools and churches; he is what wecallapublicsptrited range 21 east. containing four -
heir line., And now it is discovered that Sen- man in this com- acres more or less. Surveyed by J. R. -
1-S to our Democratic brethren "* :Moorhead January 19th, 1903, In Marion -
FJames McGehee, of Juliette Mr. Munden of Tampa a ator Beveridge the youngsenator. munity. County Florida. or so much there- --
from Indiana, was paid something over E. A. MCDONNELL, of as be to satisfy the
Is may
over in i> la Weoresdai Representative Dickson of Illinois necessary
resident of Ocala, and a prominent
former .
W. T. CRAY. .
$5,000 by the New York Life Insu. said decree costs and expenses.W.
>aroute: to tPlant Cityon; a VIE member of the Epworth Leagueof Just before his election a close friend'of the De'mocratic state J. R EPPERSON. K. ZEWADSKI, JR. < '

: '.b1 ar t, Mrs. E, 8'QrauttaiKllalso this city, Is here attending the an- rance for Company' it attorney of Fayette county, in his district R. C. EPPERSON ,S-S Special Master.
instance were.
-He as So Mr. Dickson included this official W.. K. ZEWADSKI.
: ; ylsit Tiiapa before rehome' nual Epworth League conference. He Wm. HARRIS. S Solicitor.
in his list when sending put the JOHN HARVEY Complainant's
at the Glenwood hotel.
guest .
is a Found a Cure for Dyspepsia.Mrs. 6-1 )
_ S. Lindsay of Fort. Willams garden seed which congressmen dU Have known him six years.L. .

.EWorth Leaguers want to take The rainy season came earlier has Ontario, Canada who has suffered tribute annually. He received by return HORNE
quite a. number of years from dyspepsia mail this: -This man R. E. T. Ellison has given
L t.our. soap trees while they rained harder and more continuouslythan and great pains In the stomach ;

-O ala. in -many years. What Florida was advised by her druggist to takeChamberlain's Dear Dickson-I got the garden seed I me no trouble.J.. M. MATHEWS.J.P. Pdd

:- now does she, does up to the handle. Stomach and Liver.Tab and am much obliged. Would you now ,
months lets. She did so and says "I find that pleaaa send me a spade so that I may 6-22
,. dog eight, they have done me a great deal of dig my garden and plant the seed? BANK DEPOSIT
j %ftted'"Nannie," had on leather Mrs. JS. Lewis; of Irvine has returned good. I have never had any suffering the Seessel& Ashner. Memphis Is one $5 000
to Joke
_ complete
Mr. Dickson. .
R. R. Fan Pailtaken Nows
-- kn nin was last seen home,, after a short visit in since I began' using themIt troubled of the best melon houses in the coun. on tuition. BEST
; indigestion. why not visited a hardware store bought a try. They also can handle other fruits S
she with dyspepsia or
While here was the guestof tad cheapest on earth. Dont dalay. Write fc-dxjr
,.Springs.June: 1L Return to Ocala. take these tablets, get well and stay spade and expressed it to his friend.. and vegetables' to the best ..advantage.H. 0GIVAUBAHA BUSINESS COU GElw,B.e* --

eU.ai.: 6-22 Mrs. J. E. Bailey. well? For 'sale by all, druggists m f D. Allison,. Ocala: i I -

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= Senator Gorman's Story of, a New- ts
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paper Infallible.

r9 1Senator, Gorman evidently: 'had some f

'unpleasant experience in the'ma.tterof i--

newspaper corrections, says the New

'" York Times. M at any 'rate he had

4 y. this to ..sayuwhtm".an; f BROS

editor: has printed an untrue ..

story he'should be willing to re

tract, &. Some 'editors, though-be-
.mgb't.ed. stupid feEows-will print no
danIaJa unless de untruths: they have \ .
uttered' have been ub 1ous.. If 'they
h tare not been libelous t.be'Uton refuse -

to snake denial. They pretend 'to ;
believe that .their. stories have been [ Wholesale Grocers '

true after alL1'bey' .
are as pig-headed ES the Arkansas ,., #&
edK>>r wtoo issued an obituary --f"J.

a office of men the: next thte leading leading morning citizen citizen slid requested of called the at town.that the. ;::,,;q ''1..:':':::::: ,",;'::, .;:,'.; J'., !, ,. >. : -; ,' KOcala : )'::ft! ::

: the report of to death be denied the '' ''' '\ ":",!
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s. editor refused //to accommodate him. ., .,. :
"'We are never' wrong here,' be said : : _

in a lordly way. "We never prtot denials .. -. ......
- or retraodone In our eheet.'
"But! the &heading citizen protested ; .. .,. ...: .,"" .,> j.
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; und protested and finally the editor .
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Common decency demands the en-
actment of a law by the! next legislature *:;-rr'X
against: the hiring Bird buying of
voice, and,iBtritoers" to "v.1>rk for political

candidates in primary elections. ,.',...:..' '" .-f",;!"":..{.i:rJ....,,,?, .' '.
In this eense the words "work" and '
J. Vte" mean one and the: same. If ; ': } 2i.-:

"bribery is a crime under our statntes, -:< ...
.i then the definition of the term should ARE YOU ,' : -' J
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be. fully made by legislative enact- SELLINGr :. > '
men ; : '. ::: : ;k. : ;4
It's a ."distinction without. a differ- I .' I I., <' :.. .._''>';":"...... '.>,''. ......
:: -ence." It 1s buying one's way Into .. <:> 'i
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: Clft e. It Is not only wrong, but it is .. ',' : .....
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'; demoralizing: degrading and loath ....l. : ,'. ,. ,%f j'.iJ.'i?"' .....
some. .
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: TJ*-whtte man under this regime is : -.M
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becoming lower and meaner ithan the .. ', '
worst element of negroes In the blackest _r' rh.1t:'i!,,ryt'' ;:'....,.t.ar .J.".... :.. : ;. .} ; ::::

: t days radicalism.. .: P. F d" '' -....,.,.. -----f-&s... : J
These "strikers" and "workers" with\ ;;To': v urtna ee -. ', <.1.".' '_ ......
no tinge of ,shame upon their cheeks ; : '> '
?' come to:us with proposItSonB as deliberate fC >T:'>;*"?>." ',
their votes.as they! are damnable, to cell ; ; :: 1

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The legislature Ehoud either amend _. ,
the. primary ejection law to make this t Not

thlag.It should buying:wipe the and present selling "makeshift"irom'the a crime or f' If You -Should. Try: fi' 7. ;, :;f

pages of our staltuites, and let :
TO return rep: ithe old conventfion the ( r ; \. ; t*
as ,
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r Incomparably "tesaer iof lre-two evils. ,' 't : : : ,
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Tfae/poor man hasabsolutely no 1-; Shipment.It ". .' :,5" : ,:',(:." 7. ,.. .C..;. .''. '",-" '.';'.. .......
iope'of; :'ejection under such system. .,' ,.c. !' 1;' ,f-,:. ,. iiI n
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unless be!b"jumplnltO the "selling .. / '. --4- .",".?f.. "" .;: :
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])001" and sells hfenself_ to some 'richcorporation ,' (
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whose interests the If ;; ;s\ ?<
: "
ioroed to protect as long 'as he reroaflna ." .. ..'..,'.. :,.i:'..
'r to office.-Jacksonville Florid- # 1
Ian.' ti keeps mules and feed
up : t
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Just What Everyone Should Do. :: :
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Mr J. T, Barber of Irwlnville Ga., "'. -',,',,,Q<_,'",s ; -" -.'' ? ". .- ..... ".,. ',-'.''.>.'<1:N'.. .. ;; '. 'j-,. ,,;::'i..- .\ 1'
always keeps a bottle.of Chamberlain's -" { -
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy -- bills down. ,, 'J' \ :- < : :: t\ : f tl
t- at hand ready for instant use.Attacksf .; ..1' ;< '" '"':'t-; ', ,' Sa ,
HH''j "
colic cholera morbus and diarrhoea ," _
come on so suddenly that there is no '( i'i7 : : : :: ; :" ?
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time to hunt a doctor or go to the .. : < Z'"
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store for medicine. Mr. Barber says: :" .! 1 F :, :" i,. "" 5 :;< .. -;; '-:;' F : \! %, .. '
n have tried Chamberlain's Colic :1'.j: -- .'' .' 'J'i.-a.u" .t. :. : .. .". : ..,",.....,.":'..,.:, ,.1f'."-!!,:""' <.:" ,._ ..,, ,4 \ ., ;:' .'.. .'j<:-t ,i ......':.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which .. .. fi" ", /"I"'J':5. <'' .
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is I keep one of a the bottle best of medicines it in my I ever room saw.as .. ..,..;: :: .. ...,. '.. "' .- < -r.-- '"-'.;.," '' :' -.'tF' ''-.,<' .'. '' .,', C'. '-." ""' ,- .. > ;: r'i., .'.,\1 i-- ,"'<-. '';,.<<,'.:,"..l. --- '..
I have had several, attacks of colic ;:. 'I. 0'4
:. and it has be the best '. n.; ., ...
-proved to medicine : ,. .. ..

T' Cists, I ;ever used" Sold by all drug.m J. .**"*'< J' See that this cut is '' \ .'::7I; X :.. ...t..r .._: "::":,',,'; .-4'... ,

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The McGehee Lumber Company Buys "{.!' '
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West Lumber "" f
Company. :.: ; 1 ''). .. i .. ". ''.' '_
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Live Oak who! already have large ,.. '". ." ''.. ,.,'".. < ....
: sawmill: Interests at Summerfield,have '. .. .r..w' ____
.' purchased (the West dumber mill and -' :( on every sack :: ... .

timber Interests at Devon 'a few miles .... : ,. ,, ': '

south The of West Ooala.mill ts owned by Colonel :. ;lr.., ,,r" I. \;- ... .. ,', ..', ......;' ,' -4;
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4 West :of VaWoarta one of 'the riC'hes.tand ;,.r..' '. !" '.< ;_.;..-<. .:Jkt.-.' -4

'r most Influential citizens of Gear- ?;:;.tl> ; ; ;. ,' ,<;". '
eta and 'Is one of the biggest infills In :- ', :. ..>.. ; ._ ;. .';. ... .. ,. ::.
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-i the ,state.The \ ; : :. ,:. :. : .
McGehee Lumber Company are : ..'. ":._.." .. .:.. : '.. ', .. ;' :" ,_. .-...........

fast. becoming among the biggest and : i d, > '- :' ::
w most prominent lumber In ; : :. ; .: .': : <
companias Send Us Your Order.
i : Florida and they are to be congratulated i: ,;:*' ''<;''- .' '-- ,->:$."- ""'i/r'. '" '..Y.' .,. .. '. ., ...J, ..-4.,.

upon securing this valuable ..\, ,'i"4
property. ,\ . :; .. :
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To the Trustees of

Gentlemen Always Reddick have your Methodist church Church buy linseed Prompt Delivery at Low Prices. < >j,::} j

oil at barrel prices. Don't let them pay : :
11,50 a gallon for canned oil, whichought .
to cost but 60 cents a gallon. ., -4\
Y Ready-mixed paint is about half oil \
R and half paint Buy oil fresh from the v.fy&V "
barrel and add it to the 1,. & M. Paint /i.
which is semi-mixed and you then geta ; :
full gallon of paint at" the lowest\ We Sell Dealers I I

price.t gallons L. & M. mixed with 3 gal- --- to Only.Yoursforrnore ":m; :,; ; : ', :

Ions linseed 011 will paint a moderate : ."
sized house. ._. .
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actual cost L. & M, about $1.20 per ) / .' -' ;. -4
gallon.C. .
S. Andrews Ex-Mayor Danbury, -s5v.
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ago with L. & M. Looks well today." business

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In the Toils of the Law. ..
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Officers Hutson, Bishop and Dean 44
arrasfted five gentlemen f' color at: ....,,"
lsn'\W Springs Saturday. night 'w'ho' .....
.1 :were .quietly +enjoying a little game of [ It1uuvAiJLI 'V ..",
[ :"skin, And they were tried before Dliii III4
--.Magistrate.: Bullock Monday. He is- -

.days sensed in each'one.the turpentine$10 m: d.c camps ostr or sixty : : _' I _I A I Ii .-44 44

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I Officer! Hutson arrested X w. w 1. sr ....-
bar a$:Santos Monday," Jot: whipping
s .Amanda ..SmalV with: a buggy whip ii 1'1 Mliv.ill

'Whtlza Sunday: afternoon.was c' attending. The : cass a funeral was g I'

.. to* for.a hearing before Ctouaty Judge .
,Bell .Thursday. The parties are aid. -

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