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 29, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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SOON SEE :THE ERECTION I Mrs. Mary M. Clute Was born while Ocala was Busted and Bankless.
-AND- "OF THE BUILDING. j announces the marriage of her daugh- It Grew Because it Filled a Pressing Need. It

terKatherine Thrives because it is Conducted for the Good of a
PHOTOGRAPIC GOODS Washington, D. C., June 26, 1906. : Spenceto '
Others as well as its Owners.
Hon./Frank: Harris, Editor Ocala Ban- .
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: ner: | Mr, Arthur Snowden Miller

." The- :house' has just passed the. pubI I on Saturday, the twenty-third of June MUNROE & CHAMBLISSt,
lic building bill as reported. I ex .
I one thousand nine hundred and six -
'L. AT THEIST tend.'cordial. congratulations to Ocala.S. BANKERS.I!

M. SPARKMAN. Saint Louis

The bride is the daughter of the Ocala Fla., .
: We return Mr. Sparkman the'late Rev. Dr. O. Clute, a.former. president ,

: thanks of: the whole people of Ocala. of the Florida Agricultural College -
':-'J .) A Anything that Ocala has and that he at Lake City, and is. a graduateof '

:?'\J; ; comes to Ocala again we: shall get and charming woman. C0PIT0L $50,000.

':" za7y up a small sized earthquake in his The groom is a former Ocala boy,

"tL. ; _. favor. a graduate of the same school and the
marriage is the outcome of a, very | THE CENTRfU NATIONAL[ BANK

Prescriptions Carefully' Filled ._,, StaleyMoore.Notwithstanding pretty romance of college life. .
: I The has friends in"
-- I groom many OF OCALA, .
the hot'eather t this who will be interested in -
-----'-'----- very county
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;;HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN Mr. Charles B. 'Waters of Savannahs 1 Dan Cupid has been shooting ]his marriage and extend to him their will meet you with a spirit of liberality in business deal
1 expected home, today -to visit his I congratulations and best wishes.A .
r&,1.,, <.. I tiis t arrows with unerring' aim in this that will
5} '_. 4 ;'.. I parents in Levon. l ings, you forget [ that "Corporations have no

i*fbfrs.; L E. Cline is 'back from Au.lrndale. I community, and as a result of which Big Crowd Go Down to Lake Weir. Souls."

Cupid is busy'on the telephone lines t Ocala has been 'the scene of maay Weir. -
Your with usl whets DON'T need it
money you ;
r- K 2 and wedding bells will soon ring out ]pretty marriages lately.

t1Jis.her Norwood has returned. from j jrt in"Ocala. : : : One of. these occurred Sunday :at Quite a large crowd went down to our money with you whsn.you DO need it.
Lake Weir Monday afternoon and returned
L"thp to south Florida. ----.
.' ': high noon at the, residence of Mr/ ; ,
on the midnight freight. .
\-; Mr. Edward Holder came up from The Central of Ocala
National Bag
::'vMLuther: : Stafford' was, transact. J Jt Dunnellon 'yesterday morning andpent and Mrs, C. L. Moore on Bullock The, party consisted of the following ,

k'iPg'DuslnessOcala' Monday. heights, henMiss.Gra"ce. Moore and : : _m_
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; I Ii the day in the,city. [:
Mr. Edmund C. Staley were made :Mr. and Mrs. B.. A. Weathers, Rev. ) .

!TheN. C. T. U. of Wliston will ."man and wife" George Hendree Harrison, Mrs. W. H.. .-'-- --
Mies Florrie Condon has to !
ebraie the Fourth of July. .. her It was a quiet ,home wedding, and Powers, )Irs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. '
while with
I :nverness to spend a -
no one was present except the family Gordon S. Scott,_ Misses Esther XFLORIDA'SX
.-' r>Judge;Joseph Bell will spend today :friend Miss Bryan and a few intimate friends. The Weathers, Meta Jewett, Emily Ford

It'Suany Slope 'farm'with friends. marriage occurred in the parlor.which Louise Scott, Mattie Williams, Fannie
" ist- IWe understand that Mrs.. A. 0. had been prettily decorated for the Rogers, Sallie Camp Annie!, Mathews, MINERAL SPRINGS
: :f_ Mr;,Louis Chazel, who has been at- Fans la contemplating going to Port
Mixon Mamie Wilcox, Alta .
occasion. Rev., L. W Moore, of the. Anna .
eading, ,school in Philadelphia, is Inglis, and opening a small 'hot 1. Ellen Bracken '
'" = '' Methodist; Episcopal church; South, Pearson, Mervin Ray
'":';Icmeagain.y performed the eventful ceremony inmost Janette Weathers Helen Brown, and

'n--" :1l"if&J.'Jocelyn the orange grow. Blue Ribbon Vanilla is absolutely a impressive manner. Mrs. M. Messrs. Ralph Birdsey, Emmett Robinson -. -- 1a ,
| ;. and so highly concentrated 'that Harry Palmer, Laurie Scott, .
,'.rot Lake'Weir.; returned to his beautiful pure I. Christie, of Plant City the bride's
;home,"'Monday. only a. small quantity is required. eldest sister, presided at the piano Harry: Walters, Jim Taylor, John Pilot -

-..,... ,li-'J',".*. -_ and played Mendelssohn's weddng Ralph Robinson, Donald RobinsoiBob Schreiber -

4"',Rev. W-. ,, J. :Carpenter, the John B. Mrs. Albert Gerig who has been march as the I, bride ,and groom accompanied Willie Anderson, Phil ,

s,=.Gougb of Florida, will speak at Wil- spending the past three 'weeks in Pa- by Mr. E. S.. Goode and Mathews, Brantley Weathers, -

,,/.r. e, the Fourths: latka with relatives, returned yesterday Miss Clara Moore, and Mr. Vance R. George Ford;,, Charlie Standley', and ___
---q -'" afternoon. Withers and Miss Caro Mae Staley Frank Harris, Jr. '

0 \Qttite a;:number.' of vegetable buyers, entered.; After the ceremony the Though the time was brief, the "i -

iij'Y_,< "nue,'in Ocala and make things Mr.' Sam Barco after spending, several happy young couple were warmly party had a most enjoyable trip. t Y

'" '\at our, hotels. days in Ocala :with' friends has congratulated, and the best good They went boating, bathing and afterwards CK
r ,: x-,_ j i f_ returned to his home at Sunny Slope wishes, of all present. enjoyed a sumptuous,lunch. x

'F. : is8 ,Louise. Harris. went down, toJCryrtal farm I The bride wore a perfect fitting go- _
fertilizer man,
. Mr. T. B. Ellis, the
visit Mrs.terrick _
,River yesterday ing-away gown of gray silk with hat, 'qyJ
:lor a few days., Mr. and Mrs.. O'Neal, of Augusta, gloves; and shoes to match, and left of Gainesville, is a guest at the Ocala +
House He is in a position to kno'and ,
Ocala Mr.
in Monday.
Ga.; arrived after the
i Seaboard train soon
fL on the I
'S are' in better
\& i.Mr H. :Gratz McDavid is spending O'Neal has ,accepted a position with says that the truckers ,

r>i'law days:at,Crystal(River with hisbwEhter the Boston, Store. ceremony.The bride is a resident of this city shape this year than in, any previous
Frankl'Dorsey.. season. Everything is in good
bars. her birth and 'is a 'very' charming <2
of since ,
:. ",--' It is not the fualt Ladles'Improvement shape throughout, the tracking- dis
'in'person and manners
: Society that the cows person, both trict. The -orange growers have also;! I .
*.CqL, T., -,P. Lloyd, of Inverness- is a 'a' host of friends whore
and has
: ;guest:of:the, Montezuma hotel. He is and hogs have, the privilege of tljecity. ,interested in her marriage.Mr. a good season in prospect. The record pineapple THE FINEST MINERAL SPRINGS IN FLORIDA
have also had a
f-.'I,,,lore'-"U > on,,professional business., .. Staley is well known in Ocala, breaking growers season. The "man with the Never Overflows. Bathing Cannot. b& Surpassed for

t"r.,;. ,) Meyer. Frank;. of Columbia, S.. A glance at the hotel arrivals, having held the responsible position hoe" in FlorMa has no tear's to, shed Health and Pleasure. Cures Rheumatism, Dyspepsiaand

r"(?,*.'';;j.fa'.1n" Ocala visiting relatives. He printed exclusively in this paper, will of cashier of the Seaboard railway and nothing to lament. Kidney Trouble or Skin Disease Elegant Park

'::, 'k"in' extensive. wholesale' merchant. tell you 'of the visitors to our busy office! In, this city for upwards of two cool and shady. High Rolling Pine Lands . .

i"-y'' '_i i ....:..:L, little city years. Mrr and Mrs. R. A, Green left New hotel and new furniture. Elegant beds and table fare. Rooms '

':";'..., ;Kooday was the hottest daY' of the Tuesday afternoon for St Petersburg, with 12 foot ceiling, well ventilated' and lighted with gas. Ten foot 'porch

I''ifisoB The ice cream and cold drinks Mrs. J. Carsten came up from Lake Baseball Grounds Purchased. Mrs. Green and her daughter, Mrs around the house. -
: The is in Florida. and bath
unsurpassed bath house
scenery Large large
B 'abli8luneats, were kept unusually: [Weir Monday and brought Master understand that some of T. B. Snyder, have rented. cottageat l rooms, plenty of suits, toboggan glide spring boards or walks at depth.
11 "&' '<*' We any
,=,- ,,>tnPll.>...;.; ,.. George Looney, who is quite sick. We this delightful place and will Situated four miles from Apopka on Seaboard Air Line Riilaoad, where
':' ,' 'M< .} edf1y. Ocala's citizens who njoy a game of there. Mr. Greet l a team' to
,..a.F', hope he will recover sp spend the summer splendid livery goes Springs. ,
<: t"_the best, ice cream and cold --- ball occasionally have interested and Mr. Snyder will run, down occasionally ., Rates-$2.00 per day;fS.OO. per week, children under 13 years at half price.

'-: ':.drinks in,the city. calf at Hewitt ,& The friends of Mr. Louis W. Duval themselves and have purchased a lot as often as, theirbusiness WEKIWA SPRINGS CO.

<.Bridges''f next door to Munroe &: are glad to see him on the streets near the colored Methodist church will warrant, indeed, and will spend ,

k.: :,Stferabliss, ba.ik.'Jadge'gaun&'of. again. He was quite sick for several (brick), and win fence the same, several days hunting, and fishing and Wekiwa (Clay ) Springs, Florida. '

: i ,e' 1 days last week. build a grand stand, a back stop, and enjoying life to the limit.

' f-:' Inverness, was in -- I Ocala will then be in a petition to I

;-f:'"'.Q&Monday: on legal business. He Miss Staley, of Dade marriage City,of who her !play ball all right This paper ap The Woman's Christian Temperance !
:! -57g:: bat "peace and order" now preHiI' came to attend Staley and Miss :plauds the generosity of these gentlemen Union of Williston and Mont MONTHLY MISERY.- ,
C. :
brother, Mr its doing so will at Willistonon
>. i there... and believes brook will give a picnic
"- '" ,'' Moore, has returned home. A
; !'r" Grace excellent
> An
" Y.' receive an encore. the Fourth of July. -

: ', ,(All Marion: county's official bust Edward Holder -vas: a visitor program has been arranged. Rev W.

' ;._Ia now transacted at the'old Club |Monday.Mr. The peopj( of Ocala will i e Prefer the -f lorida Pines. J. Carpenter, of Tampa, will deliver Is one of woman's worst afflictions.. It always leaves

k easeand the officials have very glad when his house Is. completedand Chicago, June-%Pineapples are an address. Everybody schools and invited temperance, especially you weaker, and is sure to shorten your life and make ,

"..; rb.ble. quarters. he will become a permanent citi meeting with a good sale. Florida Sunday
: "'>:'. btr.-Arch McIver, of Fantville, was zen. stock seems to be preferred to Cuban, unions. your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Cardui and

:: ] \:Ocala Monday. His friends aredtoaee coast sections although" the former fruit has a good Nellie Gotleib entertained at
.T" It has not rained in the Miss it'will help to relieve your misery, regulate your func
deal of tap to it. '
her girlfriends

of green of
.. the marked improvement of Texas since the middle supper Tuesday night! seven

:7. 1rls., ,physical, condition. February. The crops and the stock are exceptionally good and are bringing viz.:' Miss ,Jean Austin, Miss tions, make you well, beautiful and strong.' It is a reliable -

perishing. Think of that,ye lucky $2.65 to $2.85 a crate. Sara Davis, Miss Elizabeth Newsom,

:, : Mr.: ,W, J.. Tuten., one of Marion are Floridians, and be glad. Miss Minnie Stpvall Miss Helen remedy for dragging down pains, backache, head- ;; ,
.- and cat. Card of Thanks. Miss -
itya prosperous farmers Brown Miss Hope Robinson, .
:t '= ea". was transacting business at : Mrs. M. C. Looney will close her Reddick, -Fla, June 25, 1906. Adele Bittinger. They enjoyed them ache, ,nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness,

'.G county site Monday, |boarding house in a few days and dancing Virginia reels, minuets
Ocala Banner: selves A safe and efficient
9".: i' ... ye E leave Ocala for the summer. She will To the Editor Through the -columns of etc. fainting spells, similar
Dear Sir -
.".,::;: qMr.Faunce' MtCully, of Jackson.formerly'"with part of the time in South )
a :
spend women's and sickness. :
' .-ft wc, the ice companyjfjVVttis Carolina,. and a part In North Caro- of the county for the many favors Miss Margaret Spellman is in St

t f"ik ,city will spend today in Ocala, lin a. people shown and support given me in Petersburg and will spend some time Mrs. J. L Broadhead of Cianton, Ala. writes 1 have
:nest of friends.George -- with Mr. and Mrs. R ,A. Green and -
?:>: '- of .Starke. the late primaries, and as Mr. Wart. | '
Miss Cora Belle Williams! Jettie : will represent Mrs. T B.; Snyder, who has renteda used Cardui for my disease, which was one peculiar"towomen
f Mrs ., attractive guest of Miss maim and Mr. Mathews
: Feltham and children the cottage and will spend the summer
',: d':niece, have started for South McConn, and.Master Harry Summers us in the coming' legislature let us :: at this. delightful resort and it has completely cured me."
Monday. She all render unto them our best aid
: :Carolina, 'where they will spend fhaer. !returned to her home I
:. __ rHi had a ;yery delightful visit. (by petitioning them at the proper [ Williston and Montbrook ,have a, <
:;.. $"........ time to pass such legislation that 'reputation equal to any section of AT ALL DRUG STORES, IN 1.00 BOTTLE .

; i:Sara 'Harris went down to FOR, SALE-One iron safe; weighs i will: adjust the inequalities of taxation Florida for hospitality and good
;'Rslal\ about 5,000 pounds; Herring-Hall- and lessen the extravagancies of Fourth
River yesterday, afternoon to l cheer, and we hope that their
h,tb.Rgaestcf Mrs. C. B: Herrick, for: Marvin Co. make splendid condition 'our' state' dminlstration.l' -of July celebration will be largely at WRITE' US A LETTER WINE ;
a4 few'days.: ; double doors:, a bargain.. W. Yours truly, tended. I describing full aQ your symptoms ;
: ;: K. ZewadskL "6-29-w l' L. S. LIGHT we wiU send you Free Lanes Advice ARD'aDd
ta plain sealed envelope
.' 'i?!!"t1: .,d,1VIWams, of the Williams .... Miss Mamie Willcox, who has been MV Medicine SOIDept.Co, Chattanooga...,The Uiattanooza Teu.J1 .OF'
of Fairfield The B. P. O, E., had a big time IIss -
friend, "
'!l :; ;Company; of. Homosassa, was Mr.". Robert Worthington. > enjoying a visit with her (}

1 g bL ,Ocala Saturday, and rep: and Miss Pears Sandifer, ,of Tuesday night. Messrs. Frank Harris, Alta 'pearson, returned to her hoine' .r a

"* :Jwme Same afternoon. South ,Carolina, were ;married ;at'iBUtchton B; E. McLin.Tom Harris and Marcus'rank in Gainesville yesterday,

; l'Jl e.::..' : ., .'Sunday JJagistrate J. M.Ric'h.a.rds were 'initiated, Into' the- mysteries J ,
bar Mathews, Flemington Mr. Watterson Tucker who
M. gives
Bullock had. 'the .l" .
= : : n; ( Plant Miss Sandifer was ona of the order. Judge The best rooms to be in : "
"' i( _Oi Veal, o Cotton I. =electof the board"of 'conny evidence of being an electrician equal
:'' Kr J Harrison; of, York,,were visit'torelatives_ .and/ia a yery.charmIng and ''Mr.t..Oi'.S.SoottJI4: .initiatedat. city ,are to be found at the Hotel de was a, prominent vis- to Edison, went to Jacksonville Tues ,
Worthington is a meeting. The order Ocala The traveling public is, invited
Ocala.r.a the-next Kaiser
,ythe' ':;businea9, ;visitors, ,in woman. Mr, convinced i r to the Bounty site Tuesday. day to purchase electrical supplies.
: Fairfleld. rapidly. to try us and be .,
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.. 'A. "Tribute- of:. Love'---and-. :" Affection- The weather -Is still unsettled in Mr. Charles Waters who has beenin The Newark Salvage- Company Will Henry Grantham was born ,in August AGGRIVATED cit

.- the 'Memory of''Our, Beloved Sll. this ;:section thus making things very Savannah for, .the past twelvemonths 'Put .On. Big Sale _at the Variety 29, 1849. He died In Ocala, Fla,

,'. :ter, Mrs. r.F. Harrison,. of the ugly generally. is at home on a visit to. his Store .Beginning Next Monday- May 10th.. 1906.

i. '-' Cltra', Sunday school.. Farmers are. still hauling melons. parents at Levon He was married to Miss Mattie OF.ECZEMIBadly '.
I Miss Grace Gould of Eustist is the
November 11 !. Their
Fletcher ,
__c Truly In the .midst of life we are Prices continue good 'and it is ,be- pleasant guest of- Miss Alice ,Polley.Mrs. The Newark Salvage Company 18P
lives were blessed by two children, .
Whereas Heavenly that the farmers have realized which, has put on many successful
In death. our lieved : Northy, of Ocala, spent last
Louise and Leonard. These left
; Father in His unquestioned more from this season's- crop .of melons week with her -daughter, Mrs. Pratt. sales In all parts of the country will with a host of relatives and are friendsto Troubled for Several Y i.t...

Wisdom,' In his loving tender, yet Last Friday being the 14th birthday give the people of this section the
than for several years past. mourn his death and to cherishthe With Eczema Limbs aajl
sales on
mysterious providence, has seen fit : .xf Alice Polley invited benefit of one of their great
: : Miss she
'Fishing 1s still a very business$ memory of his devoted and faithful
;:4 { to call from our'midst,one of.,our little all her tri- nds' to celebrate it with at .the Variety Stare-'b .gtnnlng next Wrist- Physicians Prescr.i\t ,
_ in this section water still being high ; life.
band-; her. All accepted tte invita:io41. anl: :Monday, July 2.
thus the farmers are fish hungry. Without Benefit-1(
.: sales of this have Brother Grantham was a good'man. Any 1
Be it Resolved That school has The vompany
our the evening was spent in playing
Mr. L. F. Sparkman has left this He lived a beautiful consistent Chris-
because of the great Now All Gone.ANOTHER
been unparalleled
_ lost one of its best beloved and most and music. Refreshments were .
section and we understand he has accepted games tian life loyal to the church, true to
,cherished members endeared to all Ice cream and cake. bargains offered and we do not believe -..- ,
in the mining section -
a his fellow man, a devoted husbandand
sale about to
that the they
by her modest yielding disposition There will be an entertainment at are
her quiet, unassuming, Christian life. of Citrus county the town hall Friday night. The ladies put on for Ocala will be an exceptionto a kind and affectionate father. WONDERFUL 'i,
Mr J. B. Brooks, of Citrus county, The testimony Is given of him as .
Resolved That we deeply and cake and the the rule..
further was in Gaiterville Sunday hunting will sell ice cream "never having spoken an unkind CURE BY CUTICURl
deplore the death of our beloved sis proceeds will go towards payin; for They have invested largely inprinters'
hands to do mining work, but the "
word to his family His last thoughtswere ,
ink the concomitant of : -,
that the community, the great
,ter and feel teams to convey the Belleview peopleto
ot I J-
weather is most too yet. guess.
for the care of his children calling t
church., and jour'society will miss. her Lake Weir on July 4th. All antics- success and modern ellier of businesslife. "For several yearn I was
:Mr. W. L. Brooks, of Terrytown
to his bedside he blessed them badly with an eczema on my limbs 1
sadly. time
rate a
was a visitor to Gaiterville Sunday with a benediction from heaven, askIng wrists. Physicians in several towsl
of the Ocala
takes two
further That while called It pages
Resolved Mr. Ellis, the Gainesville fertilizer 1
avening.Mr. had prescribed for me without
r them to remember his life his givmc
'to under the rod .and Belleview tMs week Banner to tell the story of this great
results. I
upon pass .man, s jn me ,any had often med
E. R. Ross of South Gaiterville j t
Christian walk his love to God and
though our hearts are greived at her Heidtsvtlle i Mrs. Sansbury is visiting her parents sale. Don't: destroy the paper, but ; Cuficura Ointment and received relief!
attended church at Sunday look the things advertised note :faith In Jesus Christ. Assuring them temporarily. In the spring of 19041 tookr": +;
untimely death, yet we know that Mr. and Mrs. R. BracLer. over !
all night and we belfcvo. heard bad of his bright hope of heaven requesting the Cuticura Resolvent Pills and used th\\ .
stick the
our .Heavenly Father: doeth things The Baptists are having their: the prices, a pin on thingsyou I
Cuticura Ointment for about five
there too. Too bad.
news wealA.
them to live to meet him
so as
well,..we shall miss the sweet memoryof Some of the young people from, the church painted which adds much to need, and beat this popular store and: at the end of that time there was u&*
her cheerful and helpful life, and that part of town. M. E. bright and early Monday morning. there. May this blessing be watered a blotch on me anywhere. This spring 13 t

her many acts of kindness and mercy mines were h\Gaiterville Sunday eve. This store has made a big reputation with the dews from heaven staying took a' few vials of the Cuticura Resdveati%

will linger with us. It. singeth low In Just hunting for peaches they said. Report of the Secretary Marion: Coun not only in Marion' but in adjoining them in the conflicts with the evil. Pills as a precautionary measly tod vwulcontinuetodoaoeverysprmgsaaplf f
Mr. J. (X Lyles, and family of Ho-
heart.we hear. For each and all ty Democratic Executive Com counties on account of the one strengthening and preparingthem
every mosasa, are.expected in Gaiterville as a spring tonic as they are 80 eat{
.-a' 'song for those who answer .not, mittee for Primaries Held May wonderful low prices and expects to for a useful happy Christian to carry with 'OUt and they certainty ;
will the
They attend picnic 15 and June 12 1906. career comforting them with the fix your blood for the ensuing .
however we may:call. They,:through add "to its reputation, by this great. year
breast. and barbecue "at Stoke's ferry '- sale blessed assurance. of the consolationof I now use onl/ Cuticura Soap.: .,,,; J
the silence of the We see '
July 4th. of H. York "The Cuticura Ointment and P2i ;
them as of yore-the true,*the brave, To assesments paid by can A big red canvass front tela the the gospel peace.-Geo. certainly cured me .of an aggravated
Mr. A, McC. Brass of Holder was didates .. ,. .. St'6.\0 in Florida Christian Advocate. ;:
the sweet, who walketh' wi\h us no H story of its attractiveness, and the case of eczema, and if it will help sail f
in Gaiterville the
more '" past To cash from state com Newark Salvage Company in conjunction -,- other sufferer you are at liberty:Wit I
Someone did look IIM30me.Sun.. .. . -1* 00 this letter. Respectfully, St. He; t
.Resolved further That we tenderour mittee. H ,. with the young and enterprising Mrs. Wilson Mizner or Mrs.., Chas.T. }
day eve. Wonder what was the mat VicarSanAntomoTexa3IJuly6l1905.1'| t
warmest sympathy and condolence To cash from firs: con resssion proprietors expect .to make this sale Terkes as. she prefers to be called

to her.husband and. daughter ter anyway? They should remember ,l committee.. . 15C'0 memorable in the mercantile historyof is very ill of appendicitis at her MichIgan j
there is always sweet after bitter. r FOOT COMFORT
What a blessing to stimulate themto Ocala. 'i avenue home in Chicago. She is
There was no League meeting Sun- iInBathsWlthCuticuraSoap
fresh endeavor; what a Joy to $ 499.00 in no immediate danger, says her aad?
day owing to the bad weather but
know that our dead leave us the as- DISBURSED.By ANTED.-Neat girl. for. banding physician after performing an opera Anointings With Cuticura,
ve hope the weather will not be bad 1
surance that they have entered Into evening. stationary., ,.: t. ,. 5.00 cigars. .Apply at El Tropico Cigar tion. the Great Skin Cure 1
rest.-have fallen asleep on the breastof every Rev. W. A. Weir will fill his re2"l1lar By printing tickets., etc. ,. 80.00 Factory, Ocala, Fla. d2t wit Soak: the feet on retiring fa a strong i
the Redeemer, the sleep from which By first primary May 15,." hot. creamy lather of Cuticura So&Oxi

none ever wake to. weep. appointment here Saturday and expenses.. .. . ., .. $ 185.60 Dry and .anoint freely with Cuticun;
Sunday.A Ointment the great Skin Cure. Band
Resolved further That a copy of change has been made in the By second primary June 1 We like best to canSCOTTS age lightly in old soft cotton or linen.'J

these resolutions be put on the min. 12 expenses.. .. .. ', $ 150.47 r For itching,burning,and scaly eczema,
for the Fourth of atStoke's
utes of the Sunday'school record., ? and program July By stamps postals etc... 6.60 RLNQS EMULSIONa rashes, inflammations, and chafings of:.:

a copy sent to the stricken family. Ferry as there will be a picnic Secretary .. .. ., .. .. 40.00 food because it stands so emphatically the feet or: hands for redness,brit
and barbecue both in connection. ness, cracks and fissures with ;
11y.- By surplus on hand pro- for perfect nutrition.,
nails and for
invited to shapeless tired aching |
t.5 ? COMMITTEE Everybody UNCLE come. JOE. rated .. .:- .. .. .. 31.33 And yet in the matter of restoring muscles and joints,this treatment work::J :

t .1 appetite, of giving new wonders in a single night. H"
499.00 We Have Now in Stock tissues Cuticura So.p,Ointment,and PHI are IOId Grocjks*; -
ANTHONY.Mrs. Letter from Hon. S. M. Sparkman. strength to ,especiallyto the world. Potter Draft A Chun. Corp Sole P'-.j
Respectfully submitted. the nerves, its action is that Yo.toa.kesrt'6ead Ioro"Ho.wCUI"'T"BUiii}r]

George Stuart was the hostessof Washington D. C., June 25, 1906. W.. K. ZEWADSKI, JR. the Most Complete. Line of of a medicine.Send .

a very enjoyable party _Tuesday Hon. F, E., Harris, Ocala, Fla.', Sec'y. RINGS that Can Be Found SCOTT & for BOWNE free sample., Chemists, home Mrs.Saturday Harry Lapham from Candler and.baby, wbe.athey cam !

evening. Many were absent on account My Dear SIr-I wired you in substance -- 409-415 Pearl Street, New York.
Notice of Special Master's oale. 5oc.andji.oo; druggists. spent several days as the
of unfavorable looking weather.
today that I had succeeded In guests.
Quite''a : of Mr. and Mrs. John Mathews.
number assembled the stars
getting item of $85,000 for Ocala's'JubHc .
an Under and by virtue of a final de- -5

came out the clouds passed away building in the omnibus public cree, rendered on the 22d day of June, Cali and See Them. --- ;

and everything was Indeed beautiful building bill, which was reported to 1906, in a certain cause pending in i'

t and everyone enjoyed the evening to the house today and which is scheduled the 5th Judicial Circuit Court of FlorIda -
in and for Marion county, on the
the tulles extent Those present
for consideration tomorrow. It is
chancery side thereof, wherein Henry
were: Misses Louise Bray. Bessie Graham of that it will
supposed course
pass A. Faucett was complainant and Cyrus
Katie Hillman Annie Hillman n.q house without any trouble, undera Wilkerson was defendant I, the I Ite I

and Kate Ellis; Messrs. Henry Tal special rule for: that purpose, and undersigned special master named 1 .

ton, Chester Hillman, Carl Priest. Ed. going to the senate will pass there and appointed in the said decree to "t;;;

win Priest Russell Albright Will and become a law at this session. execute the same, will on Monday the -:.<<

Bray and R. D., Cooper of Ocala. Ser. This gives $&9.000 in all for Ocala, 6th day of August 1906 between the

frat different games were played and which the supervising architect think hours of eleven o'clock{ in the forenoon

Mrs Stuart gave us some very beau. Is sufficient for tie building de i,Led and three o'clock in the afternoon, offer -

tlful 'graphaphon music At a late for that place. and expose for salein front of the Fred G. B. Weihe, 4. t vItrnrdr.m.e

hour and with happy hearts we departed court house door in Ocala, in said ,
I shall be very glad indeed if we
county and state, and will sell to the The Jeweler. ;
wishing Mrs Stuart would
can get the bill through, as I thinkwe
highest and best bidder for cash the
rp live to sire many more truth enjoyable can before congress finally ad- mortgaged premises described in said L .J Tr:

parties. journs for the 8 son. decree as follows: C Commencing a
Sparr was well represented Sunday With assurances of esteem.. I am point 747 feet east or the northwest + 4C..etat I5.t C.VI lit,..

evening here. Those that were here corner of the south half of the north
Yours very truly,

n from Sparr were Mesaix Clarence S. M. SPARKMAN. ship west 15 quarter, range of 21 section east, running fifteen town-south rerroRini w

and Charlie Boyles Harmon and Noah 332 feet; thence east 1,516 feet; QUALITY !

dromons, John and Laurence Grin* Wisconsin Democrats for Bryan. thence north 332 feet; thence west t
1,516 feet, to point of beginning, beingin i I INt
tsam. Albert and Madison Strickland, a TUBAS
Mrs. J. Q. Boyd who has been said county and state or so muchas
Special to the Ocala Banner; QUALITY-
may be sufficient to satisfy said
quite iII for the past two weeks, Is Wllwaukee. Wis.. June 27.-It has decree and costs. T. E, BIGGS IS what we aim to give you

_ Improving under the skillful treat been announced on good authoritythat Special Master in Chancery. whether you buy one of our f ,,
meat of Dr.. Eaton Under. the democratic state conventionf R B. Bullock Complainant's Solicitor. handsomest suites of Parlor y gv -

Quite a cumber of our Anthony people I Wisconsin which opened here this 6-29 I Furniture or a Dollar Rug. E stoat t v "'Is ..<

are preparing to leave for- north!I morning, will declare Itself for Bryanu QUALITY-
IS our wacthwopd when we .
era parts very soon the next democratic presidential -
buy goods for we know that it
t n,1fiqBiliE
BLUE BELL. c candidate The Wisconsin democrats
Of Application for Leave To SellMinor's not only desired but demandedof onj" :5
ire by no means silverites but they Land. us by our customers. /'

GRINER FARM. teem to argue that the silver issue is Nqtice is hereby given that on the QUALITY t

c dead and buried and that aside from 3rd day of August A. D.. 1906, I will You shall have when you deal 1U(0
All truck crops for this apply to Honorable !
_ year are j that issue Bryan la a safe man to be Joseph Bell.County with us whether you 'purchase rRONT .

In the back numbers though each ;at the head of the nation. Judge in and for Marion county. 'stateof an outfit for your entire. home.. __ ,it ;'f 7

_ planter bu secured fair to good returns Florida, at his office in Ocala in or only a kitchen table as we : II ii iiy
said county, for an order authorizing know
for his shipments. Married In that Is what you want In
Washington City. me, as guardian of the minor heir of 101108181
... ,.. Messrs. Brown and Carraway are the estate of Peter Black deceased, either case.PITTM. .,rtutntronatu-, ,

erecting a new cawmL. near ttej Mr. Joseph Clarence Stine, of Osce-- to sell at private sale the following

school bouse. The mill at Oak Is put* Ola Mills, Pa.. and Miss Lela Lynwood property' belonging to said estate to-

tin; in full Urns, :Barnes of this city were married in wit Lots sixteen and seventeen, in AN CLAUDE L'ENGLE A. K. TAYLOR
the Town of Ocklawaha in the south- Editsr Csrisorsist
i iseveral
Miss Mattle Jones left Tuesday for ,Washington City at the Hotel Raleighat east quarter of ,southwest quarter of '

months' visit to relatives at !: noon Wednesday. The bride is the Section S2, Township 16 Soua Range All ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY WITH A WIU. CF ITS OWN

Mount 'Vernon 111 and other place I eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 24 East and the north half of the &SON

Mrs. John Seller left Tuesday for I Barnes of this city and Mr. Stine is north the half Southeast of the Quarter Southwest of Quarterof Section Brimful of Good Things-Brisflhig WHh Catchy Cartoons

a few days in Jacksonville Ocala .
a business ,. Florida.Needham .
prosperous men: of Osceola 32. Township 16 South, Range 24 .H. .e Maybe you want to know what's so? Perhap3 you would
Wonder what young man felt sad Mills
| is a grandnephew of the East. Said lands belonging to the estate like
to see things they ? Perchance the truth
as are
the other Bight when, arriving at hIs j late Dr. Ze Butt who was for many : nf the said Peter Black, deceased, ;
well told and cleverly pictured appeals to ? Per- ii
declination founded his girl had left I year a practicing physician of Ocala. to be sold for the best interest of said. you

oa the morning train? Charlie old .. minor heir. adventure you have longed for a paper-th3t will print
This the 29th day of June. 1906. everything that should be printed?
boy. I feel sorry for you. Mr. H. Gratz McDavid who has 6-29 SUSAN BLACK Guardian. T.

Tbe boys are endeavoring to organize been visiting his daughter Mrs. Frank THAT'S THE SUNA

a baseball team. We have the play Dorsey at Crystal River, has returned Great Bargains i in Millinery!

en and no doubt can nave a good home. He says a great deal Paper Without a Censor. A Paper Without a J.
team. of business Is going on there. Miss Mary Affleck at Helvenston-

Mr, "Pat Parrish'a sister of Geor- Pasteur Co.... will sell, beginning July The( Plumber Boss. A Paper Without a Financier. IThT'S

ILL is paying him a vkitMr. Mrs J. Crastens: after spending sev :2d: and lasting througn the entire

.- Dee Nell of Anthony, was aTteHer I eral! days in Ocala the guest of her week all Patterns trimmed and untrimmed THE SUN

to our burg Sunday evening II I friend Mrs M. C. Looney. returned hats at greatly reduced Odd Gas fitter, -II

Why Mint w. have our annual picnic tff her beautiful Lake Weir home prices. A .special line of cheap trim It is Sanitary, Clean and Wholesome. it is Tropical Bright and

this Fourth of July? Wednesday afternoon. med hats from $Loo to $2.50; also a 1

HICKORY BILL beautiful line of baby caps to be, Fascinating. It is Virile, Live and Enterprising. tBm1ER !:,.,

'- closed out absolutely AT COST. HAS OPENED UP HIS NEWS

--. A Business Transfer. -
Notice U hereby linn that the co- The friends of Miss Willie Bell P ON THE CORNER OF

partnership heretofore existing under FPRRYX gave her a surprise party at the homeof Most of
your neighbors do. Get their opinion oa it.
the name and style of of J. S. Leach her sister Mrs W. T. McDvaine SPENCER BLOCK WITH A Then write right away to j

& COL, U hereby terminated by the Tuesday night The surprise was well I

: tu&fftlgned retiring and Mr Mallory SED. carried out There 'were about thirtyof FULL LINE OF SANITARYAND THE SUN, Jacksonville, Filo>r1da. I

TJdden continuing the business un. her friends present and the evening Inclose
aa notion strikes -
der hit own name and at the same M i. arc.rteM cf qa*o Ky m
sUnd. He assumes all the Indebted. Ferry%;the WhO, were foot tte UUw bPI*punted 011 th Very interesting and amusing games $2.00 for One Year, $1.00 fer six months, 1
mmJirt ,but they tu.e U almproVbtf were played, and delightful refreshments GOODS. WHEN .IN NEED OF '
F ness of the.firm from May 11. I thank ever titee. W* are "Pfrta la '_ 50 cents for three meth s. :
iIowr j
'm)' friends for their very generous taint...Seed,teas tad.eeet.A..wdl beautlrntly mUle were served. FIRST CLASS SANITARY And we'll see to it that you'll never regret it. We'll rive

patronage, and kindly ask that they. ? you the bid run for JOur that had. 1
D. M. Flair A CO.. Itoireft. MIcK ANTED.-Apprentices 'to learn money money ever
extend the same to my successor.. the making of cigars.. El Tropico CIgar PLUMBING CALL ON HM.| Oh yes, wall send sampfe cdtfes.
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.'-- HWfENIhGS ABOUT TOWN. -Graham-Dickinson Nuptials. PHILLIP8-SIGMON. .
\.-.: !\ .---- Seaboard Cited To Appear Be.
.151: Friday, afternoon to Mr. and One of the most important wed-" Wednesday morning,, June 20th at Third Day's Proceedings'- Very Inter- fore the Florida Railway Com TiLCHHASiCoHDITWHSWIflt '.

.q?Henry-.LiYingston, a daughter, dings that has. transpired In Gaines. at 9:30: o'clock Mr,. W. T. Phillips and Ing and Well Attended. mission.
,, ;-i. .J____ ._" ville for some time was the marriageof Miss Carrie. Sigmon were married at ,

,;i-G' '-," ',60utll" young., 'mani"; Is about to Dillon Lorentus Graham 'and Miss the home of, the bride's parents, Mr. ,The morning half hour's religious Office of Railroad Commissionersof

.!T'e; popularity with Horace Gree- !and .Mrs! J. F. Sigmon, at South Lake service led the State of Florida.
-.. Stennie Dickinson was in a.splendid manner D
daughter ,
{JtJl "to go west, Captain Weir, Only a: few friends and the immediate Tallahassee, Fla., June 20, 1906. TWWYttWICURE
'-1< 1' ,___ and Mrs. William DeVana DickInson relatives by Rev. J. M. Glazier, of New Smyr. To the Editor Ocala g-- U-'L
presentThe Banner: SJU&'lCKl 1010*
t : ,':", Understand. that a big turpen which occurred at Kavanaugh : ceremony,, which was very im na, followed by the business session.Mr. Herewith notice of a hearing In PROVlNttTET m CATTU JLUR -

:.e-;jib1utIOfl was formed yester Methodist church at 7 o'clock Wednesday 'pre slve and tenderly spoken, was Eugene E. Barnett, of Emory which a Marion county concern is in MAtTroRcauAsr GFKAAVYUfiS IK.. ?..niL EL$? HUPUI ..Os &I
ii1:' morning, June 20th. performed by the .Rev. L. W. Mooreof College, was on the program for an terested. You may consider it of pub Rnneo nUinMAN Amrot AM HUOii AM NUO nw 11III0 WM0$ Meonift :
..r'...; k" As early as half-past six the church Ocala. address on '"The Missionary Department lic interest apd may desire to pub KtKt tJVflI. a TlM.AXISAytrOUI/UlMAli.: -
..;..:) .;Edward Badger went down to lish eaiet 25C
After same. The *"
tT dwood Saturday. afternoon to visit was crowded and the. ushers were .congratulations and ,test ," but as he was unable to be commissioners have rot WI"AU RETAIl CSUOOiSTS ttAMfACTURTO QY -
kept busy in an endeavor to seat wishes were extended the bridal party sent no fund to expend: in the publication.
present, a very fine paper on this ACKRHN&STERTPI
: Mrs. George Level .
I -. while. those who arrived late. I and friends repaired to the dining subject and it was read to the conference of such notices generally throughout .

fi.4raShQ_ : Promptly at the hour Mrs., Truss I room, where ample Justice was done by Mr. Woodward, of De- the state, so cannot remit for publication '

ffi"" Denby, the organist at the j to the wedding breakfast. After the I of'this article but
church you
\Th 'laxative effect of Cha.mberlaln'3 anda Land who Is also, a student at Em. may Jerry '
[:? temaeh. and Liver Tablets Is eo personal friend of the bride, began I dainties were partaken of, the bridal I Dry College, preparing for the minis ],publish as news to your readers if Burnett/ ..

f:UTee&bleand so natural that you do Lohengrin's wedding march; to which I party were driven to Wetrsdalewhere 1 try. 'you so desire. Yours truly, "

eQt.rea1Ze It Is the effect of a medl- the couple marched down the !they, took the Atlantic Coast Line R. C. DUNN. Secrtarv. MerchantTailoring.
: N4ne. ,For- saJ- .'- all druggists. m aisle The presiding elders of the differ. n.-.w
accompanied by J. 11. Graham, of train for Jacksonville,.under a showerof ent districts made- their reports! and Seaboard Air Line Railway-You are -- -

pJr&> sEmma, White, of Citra, who Ocala, 'a brother of the groom; and rice from their many friends who some time was devoted to the discus- hereby notified, that the McDowell
"/:attended -several" of the meetings- of"ktitf Miss Nannie Dickinson, a sister of had gathered to say good bye. sion of "Home Missions." The discussion Crate and Lumber Company a cor- .

Epworth League In .this city ,re- <;:'a. bride, Mr. McClerkin and Miss Their honeymoon will be spent in proved to be very interesting, proration doing business in Marion Ocala Florida. ,

oJ;iaraed"to.her.- home Friday afternoon. Una Tousey: attendants. Upon arrivIng St. Augustine Jacksonville, and extended and at its conclusion the conference county state of Florida has complained -

'at the altar the ceremony was to the mountains. of North adjourned until the afternoon. Among to the jRailroad Commission Finest Imported andCutting .
riMte Renry Watterson. was born in'ttVlistrict Carolina. ers of Florida DomestIc J1oths. .
;f. performed in .a most impressive manner those who spoke on this subject was preferred charges
of ..Columbia hence be.lOOgS.to.t1ie -
whole nation. As a run- by1 Rev. T J. Nixon. This was one of the prettiest home Rev. J. A.. Hendry Rev. Norwood, against you, that you have by your a Specialty .

f. 1 1-mate with this ,will not After the ceremony Mrs. Denby weddings that has occurred torj many Rev. J. I. Patterson, and sevral oth officers, agents and empl yees violated Fits Guaranteed.
1( :. Bryan played Mendelssohn's wedding marchas years. The color scheme was green and disregarded the provisions,
...b ie D"llls. popularity.PitTiava and white. ers.At of Chapter 4700 of
the happy couple and the attendants Palms and ferns and three-thirty the confernce again the laws of Floridaand UcIVE'It

a good traveling, position to left the church. masses of orange. blossoms and white assembled. rule numbered 3 of the "rules and MACIAj

1 ?'pSer-tlje.right.party;, experience un- Messrs. Huffman, ,Bayer, Ott and wedding bells being used with artistic The religious exercise were in governing the transportation of

!,'*neee3ar1; must come well recom- White acted as usher effect. charge of Miss Nicholls of Apalachi- freight," provided and prescribed by
.s nded and ready to start to work at
'tece. Address, T.. A. Roquemore, I The church was most appropriately The bride was gowned in. a creation cola who will go as a missionary to the railroad commissioners the ...

'Oola.. ", Fla.. 6-l-3t; I decorated for the occasion with floral of gray silk with white trimmings Corea. state of Florida, on July 1st, 1905

: designs and carrying a lovely bunch of and,, published in a _Damnhlet. entfttPli.
presented a handsome orange
r'r1, ursday., : half.. ..holiday-- a move' \\fter the songs and Scripture reading --' ----- --
"" :' direction. All work and appearance. blossoms and never looked "Classification No. 2 of the Railroad FUNERALDIREOTOE&
;tn' the-]ight: I Miss Nicholls gave a very fine
'-pl r,;1 especially-l during the hot sea- The groom is one of the most widely fairer before. The bride is one of talk on the training school and on Commission. State of Florida and

.ioc ; is calculated to make Jack a dull known and most popular young Marion's fairest daughters and most : proposed work In Corea. Her talk was Rules and Regulations governing the '

-T' .This' "half holiday" will make men of the city.: He holds a responsible efficient teachers. She has taught for deeply spiritual and was greatly en- transportation of freight on the RaIl- .

"'clerks. for Ocala. position, being agent of. the South the greater part of five years in different Joyed. roads and Common Carriers doing .- MWM I MMHMM< ,

".."'1J ;-: __ era Express Company at this point, .I parts of the state, her last term At the afternoon session Miss Harrison business in. Florida," which said rule Have a full stock of Coffins Caskets ;

r ;:qyrA.. L. Webb, who purchased and is quite popular. The bride is une being in the Live Oak 'high school, a charming young' lady of I is as follows: and Burial Burial services.Outfits. Special given to ..

}|] ei'Inchresfdence; from Mr. Alfred 'of Gainesville's fairest and most, popular .where all sing praises unto her name. Monticello made a delightful talk. "No railroad company shall decline

jsh! some: time ago, has sold the young' ladies, and one 'who has We fall to find words to express the Miss Harrison was at, the training or refuse to act as a common carrierto Embalming to Order t

< as"to.Dr. Hy Robinson, of Jack made many friends here by her affec. noble traits of character and noble I school at Kansas City 'Mo., preparing transport any article proper for I .-

: .'vll 1 .. Mr. Webb. will. continue to tionate and hospitable disposition.. disposition of this, fair lady. We can !to fit herself as a missionary, but to transportation, and a failure to transport Y ofe .t l. :

py...the residence for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Graham left on :the only say, that to know her is to love her great disappointment her health such article within a reasonabletime i ....,. .........,.., _ _"_ _____"':

';1<. -.. early morning Seaboard train for her and the Tampa people are to be failed ker and she had been obliged after the 'same has been offered I LDFULTga.. .. .,>

._.The.Epworth". ... Leaguers' fell in loverithOcala Asheville._ N.' C-. wher'_ n theY._.. will n'__ _snend.. ___ congratulated 'on having among themas to stive UD., her .clans to' eo to foreign for transportation shall-- be-- dim1------ g- ntn.I..R'R--:--- a.- -.-,IF.BLALOp.-tl'll"P- L -
and Ocala fell In love with violation of this rule .Ii .,
their honeymoon. They took with sweet a bride as Mrs. Phillips.. fields. ,

hem. The admiration was mutual, them the best 'wishes 'of their numerous The groom has also spent 'considerable In the' evening a model devotional 1st. It is charged by the said The Over JSairoe & Deiitisba, ,., ;
Cfctmbliss But Ocala .
will look to their ,Fla.T :
ad/our/little city
Crate and Lumber "
friends here.-Gainesville time in this neighborhood. He service was conducted by Rev. T. J. Compa. _
dcoth1ng. with, a great deal ofeuure. ny, that on the 13th ;X.GCS. .
Sun. is a member of Phillips Bros., ,retail Nixon,. of Gainesville. He was assisted day of June, ; -
$ ., and wholesale grocers of Tampa. He woodward 1906, and every day prior thereto to '. .
-_ I by Mr. of DeLand, ATTORNEY-AT.LAW, S
:f JudfeLumpkin. of South Carolina. Cuban-Diarrhoea. has had several, responsible positions Mr. Chappell, of Jacksonville, and j the 4th of June, 1906' you declined (Office ta Gary.i uew Jl1 ck.)' ."

'" ;Centered the senatorial arena U. S. aoldlers who served in Cuba In' the city and is very popular in several others. The topic used and refused' to, act as a common carrier OCALA FLORIDA
,. during the Spanish war know what to transport certain lumber from =
Tampa. society. Too much can not be and'the SPRN "
ist Senator Tillman. SenatorTill- was a missionary one, EDWIN
: this disease is, and that 1'i
ordinary remedies Oak, :Marion county Florida 'i
said of the noble to Jack -,
has grown, so large in the public I have little more effect than so disposition and amiable and discussions proved to be of a
\ much water. Diarrhoea of this sonville. Florida which said lumberwas ATTORNEY-AT-LA,' A
:: Cuban Is character young man, deal of interest. *
: t1maU9n :it will be quite hard t oThe great .
as severe and dangerous. a mUd attack and the writer feels assured that offered to you (or transportation OCALA. :- -yILOR.IDA;
-rnihcm.. .. : of cholera. There Is only one The singing was led by the Ocala -
with the, fair bride he has by the said'The McDowell Crate and ;j-K. CttlSB. '* &:
; q_ _ -' remedy, however, that can always be won. they Epworth League. *
depended upon as will be seen by the Lumber Company at Oak, Florida "",. : ".
will glide down life's stream on <
; .:'- '..Missea. Van Brunt, of Talia.eeho'have following certificate from Mrs. Minnie smoothly There will be no session, this afternoon the 5th DENTIST, ,
day of
June 1906. for :
,: \bIe .been attending the Jacobs, of Houston. Tex.; ,I hereby certify together.Mr. in order that the delegates may trans OCALA PLAKLOS "' : -

. hhj; ;League conference, were and Diarrhoea that Chamberlain's Remedy cured Colic my.hus.Cholera. and Mrs. Phillips will be at enjoy a rest and have an opportunityto portation to the Ocala Pine Company, C L. 5ISTRpNg, :- .
Jacksonville. Florida and -
that -
< : terttln d Mrs. McII- home to their friends at 1712, Florida visit Silver and by .
by William band of a ewere attack of Cuban diar- Springs see more ,
i". Thel' ,brotherMr. William Vanas' rhoea, which be brought home from av nue. Tampa, after, July 1. Mr. and of our city ;.such refusal and declination by you. ATTORNEV'AMAW. ;j .;.
several doctors but to Room M,'cfllc .
""- Cuba. We had Mrs. Phillips have friends transport said lumber upon request C Bnlldln J :5
rt-who also a delegate: was they did him no good.'One bottle-of many of the i -' :- -
i !1r 8lld.MrsiE. P. hagard., These thlc remedy cured him as our neighbors throughout the state and in Ocala HELP IS OFFEREDTO said The McDowel Crate and' B. N. -*' -
. : Lumber jJISS SINCLAIR .
will testify. I thank God for JO who join. the writer in congratulations WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE.We Company, you violated and t
;ilOO people and I
( are valuable medicine." For sale all all
a : earnestly request young per- disregarded said chapter 47000 Lawsof
: 'i l ;cf.lfr, Richard Van Brunt, druggists. m and best wishes. Ions, na matter how limited their STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER.' .. 3
L Jonwrlyof this city, :Miss Kate "A FRIEND." means or education, who wish' to .obtain Florida, and said rule numbered 3 and Notary Public. <
.... A Luscious Watermelon. anda of the ,
a thorough business training "Rules Governing the Transportation Special
ItckIer,.. aiso 'a delegate from Talla- good position to write by FIRST attention to.out of Town Work
Deadly Serpent Bites of Freight, to which reference Commercial .
f s' was entertained by Mrs. G. W. The editor of this paper is under are as common In India as are. stomach mall OFFER.for our GREAT HALF RATE has hereinbefore been made. Bank Ocala .Ti, ,., 4

.. obligations to Mr. Daniel Cappleman, and liver disorders..with us. For ---
Success and -probable
independance 2nd. It Is
charged the
:t." the latter however, there Is a lure by said The
j,( }"..J -_,__._ who resides a few miles east of the remedy. Electrte Bitters r the rat re- fortune are guaranteed.- Don't delay. McDowell Crate .
! 1sUu1n; Nichols, of Apalachii storatlve- --- -' wJilc'hu-s.- Write today. and Lumber Compa. it wm
medicine of A. ;
city, for a most delicious watermelon. -
F rl i tuamo: the delegates the Brown, of Bennettsvtlle, S. C.. says: ny said company on the 4th .
luscious and the meata 525-2m Macon Ga.Dr.
It. was large,
w League this They restored my wife to perfect day of June, 1906, in writing did request -- ,
11 r convention beautiful red. It was the best melonwe health. after of suffering with :
I She' the south Chas. L. Crow Weds Miss SeaburyDr. you, through your agent at Anthony IIOCU
:i! attended Georgia dyspepsia and a chronically torpid
have this andwe
seen season, are PayYouF.! !
t frei at Thomasville and liver." Electric Bitters cure chills and Florida, to supply the said
greatly obliged to Mr. Capplemanfor fever, malaria' biliousness, lame back Charles Langley Crow and Miss company with two flat cars
tosihtgreetings) .. from that. body tote kidney troubles and bladder disor upon
,. It. .
1 Nina Seabury married on the
I: :;conference in this city. :Missikhsxpects ders. Sold on guarantee by Tydings were which to load lumber to be shipped 1C You have any. Real Estate. '
& Co., druggists. 'PrIce 60 cts. m evening of June 12th at the home of to the Ocala Pine Company, at Jack. ir to sell : __ _
soon to go as a misr President Roosevelt it Is said,. has ,or-- i_. "-. -
the bride, No. 131 Duke street, the sonviile Florida. -
:t Corea._ that Mr., Bryan will Early Closing. over your of
,, told visitors undoubtedly r- ,
:.: Rev Dr. Beverly D. Tucker officiating road, but that you declined and OR. -
:: refused
it: l. be the democratic nomineeand --. ,, .
the Hender-
assisted by Rev. Dr.
.G L Henry Watterson the brilliant A petition is being circulated to to furnish said cars or to transport You're
that Mr. Taft .on the part of, the 1C thinking of coming
Ute, brother-in-law of the
Courier-Journal have our merchants close their groom said lumber for nine days, and to Florida
Sifted Louisville republicans, alone can defeat him. II for a home, "- .. .
Henderson N. C.
!: delivered a speech. at theIflenernent This is a big boom for Taft., So .it stores at three o'clock on Thursday that up to the date of the filing of
The bride attired in creationof "
was a
banquet of Brown looks like, the two candidates are already -! afternoons during the. months of July said complaint and charge, to-wit: OR :
white silk and carried lilies of the -
!e.rsitt.at Providence, R. L, and in: sight. I and August. the 14th day of June. 1906 you refused -
valley. The matron of honor, Mrs. M. and declined to You desire to inyest in
t'tar his: text "Sectionalism" and With one or two exceptions all of said IF any

I" dled'. ..it. iiia manner that did Herbert Stuart, the slx-months'old our merchants have already signed S. Hicks, of Stamford, Conn., a sisterof cars to the said The McDowell Crate kind of Florida property, -
". his patriotism and ,ch 1.o".n.J" baby of Mr. .and Mrs. John Stuart, the petition,and we presume that they I the bride, was attired In silk mulle |and Lumber Company or to transport --

: a country so grand and built died at their home at Silver Springs all will. I II over taffeta, and carried bride roses. conduct you refused and declined to TOSEE

i J ,1ofty Ideals as our own thereto Friday. The little one had been ill for I I This is an excellent movement and .Mr. George Crow, a brother of the act as common carrier in violation of OR WRITE '

1 several months and his death was I Iclosing" groom acted as best man. Thetroem's said chapter 47000 Laws of Florida
: d"be. room. for sectionalism. we sincerely trust 'that the "early ,
f.- will obtain in. Ocala
.-. _. J. H. [IYINGSTOM & SONS'
nL. sunburst of diamonds besides
i;;,, ', \iranam ana .son, j. AI. or sympathy of their friends in their bereavement summer. The clerks and the proprietors many. I Governing the Transportation of
8aTe returned to their home, as well, need, the rest other presents from friends of the Freight," to which reference has - ,

! f a :brie visit here, having been -- If the stores are closed on Thurs. couple. The interior of the house was :hereinbefore been made. *. I.O1IOA.

I Oied on account of the marriageteformer's'son Gen.. Albert W, .Gilchrist followingthe day afternoons will be a good afternoon handsomely decorated with palms, I The railroad commissioners of the 2

D. M. Graham, to example of Bryan, threatens to for baseball games In this ferns, and other flowers. state of' Florida hereby give you notice THE OCM.fl( HOUSE CAfE.The .

!.sten'e: Dickinson. The Graai make a, two years tour of the world, city and will be a delightful recre- Dr. Crow is professor of Romanceand that the said commissioners will -

;;'., !, prominent people of :Ma.county reaching Florida, Just before the gu. ation. language at the university of meet in their office In the city of Tallahassee dining room.'or the Ocala HoiU4

-+-'-. and have many friends bernatorial primaries are held. He .argues -- Florida, while the bride is the daughter Florida, at 9 o'clock a. In.on will be kept open through the.stunnm '
that, things being equal, this will 1 of Mr. William H. Seabur of this andknown as the Ocala Hnuse Cafa.
-., ...wction.ainesville:. Sun. Mr. W. L. Martin and Mr. Elbert the 2d day of July A. D. 1906. to The cafe wIll be a la cart, but a aN-,
give him a boom that will land .him E.. Stevens, editor and business .manager city.Mr. consider and take action upon said cial rate will be made to regular -

*,:: fuller. and son: John. of Mi: in the executive office. It the genial of the Crystal Riyer News were and Mrs. Crow left for New complaint and charges and that you, boarders well known by the Treek. The usual and -

'" tfte r' a' brief visit in Ocala re- "gentleman from DeSoto" will' send visitors to Ocala Friday. These York last night, where they will the Seaboard Air Line railway shall House dining excellence roast will be of', maintained the Ocala,

>: ft: ? Citra yesterday, wher they recipes to' the. housewifes of Florida young gentlemen are making a good spend several days on their honeymoon then and there have an opportunityto and the public is ,assured of the best -

:qn 'a, ,visit to Mrs. Muller's pa- from the various countries that he paper and will prove valuable citizens On their return they will be at be heard by said railroad commissioners -'rates there and Is for further*W table.articular For, call weekly on

..," .q.;Mr.- ,and iMrs., .- David. Barcus. may visit of the latest "didos" in to, this growing city. home to their friends after June 29th, and to show cause, if any or write C. M. Whitesides, Manager.

).J a-----: cookingit: may add immensely ito his at No. 131 Duke street-Norfolk; (Va.) you have, why the said railroad 'commissioners .

: : t ,E. Arnold a' former reputation. That okra recipe is still A Big Sale. Landmark. should not fix and impose: A satisfied customer the test advertisement -

: tcf this city, but of late years remembered with grateful and
{" being -- upon you a penalty for the violationand satisfaction is not
..,, '' it.Tampa: was in the city pleasure by the housewifes of Florida. We understand that Mr. John D. 'Judge Call in deciding tne contested disregard of safd ,rule provided only the White oura1m.but House.our guarantee. Try
shakIng hands with, his Robertson and Dr. James E. Chace Nassau holds : spring styles
-- case from county, and formen and
; prescribed by the .said railroad women just arlred. Its
..-ft'ei !js' at present located at Mrs. S. L.. Patterson and > little have purchased the Orr property on that the county committees are Invested commissioners: in acordance with Fair. z

:: ,J ;, where he has quite _a daughter, of Miami, arrived in the Ocklawaha avenue. This is one of the with full power to canvass the ,chapter: 4700. Laws of Florida. ,

-... & S:1n.: vocal and Instrumental city Friday afternoon and are the prettiest and most valuable properties returns, declare the result, and decide Done and ordered by the railroad

,.. II! :has had quite flattering guests of Mrs.. Patterson's aunt,. Mrs. in Ocala and'
; : we congratulate these any nad .all contest .as they maya commissioners of the state of Florida (

". r opea a class in this city Innumber W. }{.Zewadskl. After they completetheir' gentlemen on their purchase. *-'se, and in contests; where county in .session at their office In the "Edieifiti:..fey M'ftxfctotHafe :
aEUeient visit In Ocala they will to
have already go
officers are Involved there is no'apeI .1iPbI.... -
I city of T&11 hissee. Florida this 16th = tCsu& IV
..",--,. 4thilt Intention! to. Join a Sunny ,.Slope-- farm near Feljowship to Short Horn Bull,. peal from the committee's decision. : .. .....
A few half breed And higher grade day of June A. D, 1906. ATttfem ti AtoSTflw -
jImako: it almost, a certainty visit Mrs.: Patterson's parents. Mr, yearling Shorthorn'.bulls' to' exchange: Where a'state' official .is involved an (Signed) J. L. ;MORGAN nnmmir.TttiffTnfln.trimnin.Trrmrr.Tam. *! ;. ,' .'..,.
: M jLat' 'least Ipend.everal and Mrs. J. t M. Barco and her sister, for< beef cattle. Write or call and see :.TfcrwU7Tv&irXi.. SwtoMfi ; i ..:. "' ''''
: '" appeal can be made to the state com to p* win JB Hniil Myra Acting Chairman ..
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.'; 'AND.CONNOR COUNTRY. ENCE. j?'> -' : ::; H, "ROBINSON, Pres. ,:-

.,.. _. Little white I es'soon become That the telephone is changing the .g. H. ,BLITCH- Mgr. / C. BOOZER, Ant Mgr ''-

vz Connor, June 23, 1O6.t Last Day of the Session-Officers soiled. pronunciation of'English in this coun: .GEO:- BLITCH- Teller 1

) The. Oc dawaha. river is full and Installed-Delegates. Visit Silver try is a .possibility which has just "
A big head Is often the result of a
: and the roads 'Springs.

M running washed Tilth over; 'the raging waters are of ,I -.:-- few: small Ideas. attracted attentloa. The president of The Strong Hold the "

the same?; The Epworth ,League conference The man who is buried in thoughtha the Southern Bell Telephone Company .

3 assembled 8:30; o'clock In an Interview In the Atlanta
at Friday
Carlton of
Mr. 'William Henry no funeral expenses .
Jackonvflle/is; here visiting his wife morning. The religious service was Constitution says that already he has' .t
Which is the worse, a spoiled childor
noticed if In the southern states. COMMERCIAL BANK
v tad ,littledaughter.We led by Rev;: J. ':M. Glazier, of New '
.. one" that is too fresh? To obtain .the best results'from' the
arIiKiij. pleased to learn =>
SrFna. No man believes half the things telephone a well modulated, voice anda ,
... that Mr, Charles.Gibson ls'mach bet*
ter, andwlsh, him a' speedy 'ifi. ; The most Important business of he wants his wife to believe. crisp distinct enunciation are nec' FL0. -

:" t' the!io day was the annual 'election offticers. It takes a clever woman to refrain essary. The'sott' drawl and the' drop
fmn posing as a clever woman. ping of the "r's," which characterizethe
Mr.'S.:Smith, who has been, in.our ., The election was quite ,splr- Has Upon Public Confidence
What a man Is and what he mightbe south, would make any such is Evidenced ;
's vicinity lor'.the past few days,. has '
: | and and resulted as fol-
ited lively,
are as different as day and night. change first perceptlule there. The

.k returned jtofocala.Miss .' UMS: It's time to cross' your fingers when telephone should nave a tendency, by its Large and Increasing'
Rebecca Counts, the belle, ofGrahamidlle
Frederick Pasco,
I President-Rev. you hear a man boasting of his good also, to cause the western drawl to
her mother, Mrs William D>D., Live Oak., deeds. Business

Counts, and ,her brother; Master disappear.
L. Izlar
Vice-president-Dr. ,A. ,
Lt'the home People who agree to everything you Talking over the wire naturally Is
Claudius, were callers
Ocala. say are almost as entertaining as'phonograph. a accompanied by the feeling that It
of M% and'. Mrs. Graham one evenIng :Miami.
4 Secretary-Rev. L. D. Lowe, This em
A must be brief and ,businesslike. ,
",, recently. '. Treasurer, Mrs. A. L. 'Chandler, .
Only .those who seldom attend not only on account of the tolls _
> W. Dl Graham, route agent, of
Jt Mrt : E. C. SMITH.
Kissimmee. church register protest when the charged If the distance Is considerable C. V. ROBERTS:

_ : the Southern Express Company, ofbr' Superintendent Junior work-Mrs. minister desires a vacation. but because the person who "calls The amount of stock which we carry is grvat.
Sapphire with headquarters
Lula Barnett Jacksonville. Very few successful lawyers practice up" Is bound to remember that the Our ability to handle it Is greater.
at Asheville, was home, on a visit
[" Department editor-Rev. J. Lawton before the bar presided over bya be Our desire to please is above all
: one to whom he is speaking may you greatest
t I .
to his parents. fMr; and (Mrs ; W, \TOOP. Jacksonville. \
person wearing a white apron.A -4
Graham, week before last. busy. Furniture of all kinds, from the lowest price to the '
.. -The following were the district sec- man who speaks from experiencesays Long distance telephoning, whichIs and thl
Mr.. L. bi.' Graham attended the quality of our goods governs the prices, our prices being lower '
retaries : it costs almost as much to keepa daily coming Into greater use,
wedding of his song Dillon Lorentus others for the same class of' goods.
P. Bird
Tallahassee district-W. wife In clothes as it does to keepan unct also have a certain effect In
t5 Graham, to ..Mlss Stennie Dickinson, Tallahassee. Camping goods for sale or rent; tents cots mattresses, etc. ,
'June automobile in repair.-Chicago bringing the speaking of the Ian. ;
-$ at GainesvUle"' Gainesville district-G.; L. ,Taylor, News. guage nearer to a 'common* level ,PLEASE T.IE PEOPLE "
= June 21st was the seventy- ightb AND THE PEOPLE PLEASE US. '
Ocala. This also has been noticed in the ;
Perkins.. /
i- birthday of Mr. Henry W. Modern Maccabee Temple Dedicatedat
Jacksonville district-A. R. Chap-
business and
south where the recent
$ ,
In honor of this'! splendid .Marion
Port Huron.
pell, Jacksonville. C.ALA F.URNITURE
industrial awakening has suddenly
annual picnic is CD. '
Js county gentleman an
Orlando district-Rev. D. B. .Sweat, 'the for communi-
increased necessity
given hy his friends under the gnarled On the afternoon of June 12th at
his home the Port Huron Mich. the Modern Macca- cation with other sections of the
old, oaks near on.
$ East Coast district-Rev, J. M.
date of his birth. Mr. Perkins is now bee temple was dedicated with very country. OCALA, FLORIDA.

= unable to stand Glazier, New Smyrna. imposing ceremonies. Thousands of Any change In the talking of the
very feeble, being "
C. H. Sum
Tampa sure
without 'a 1stance. August 7th'' is the people were present from all over the .English made by the telephone is

birthday anniversary of his wife's mers Tampa. country to Join in the festivities. The to be for the better. It will mean W. A. L, E. LANG.

-k birth and :>he, "too, is honored'' with The election of an executive com- parade was one of the largest ever tones neither too high nor too low,

a an annual 'birthday picnic by her mittee was dispensed with. seen In that city. Two governors,! and terse, clear 'sentences, distinctly KNIGHT.ANNOUNCEMENT.

trlenda.---- -'Ki ., .Perkins will 'be sixty--. ," After a spirited discussion as to the I Governor Broward of Florida, and a.rticulated.-San Jose (Cal.) Herald.I
next place of meeting Tallahasseewon I
j eight years old this year. 'She is also Governor Warner, of Michigan and
out and the 1907 meeting will .
Reflections of Bachelor..
quite feeble now. We of, the, younger many distinguished men and women "
be held in that city next June. All
_ generation do, indeed, like-to do honor were present. The weather conditionswere We have just purchased the Wa gon and Harness business of Messrs.:-
of the cities that were'desirous of Either a man is good. and cant; be
to this elderly couple. We delightto idyllic and it was one of the, S. A. Standley & Company and propose to add to the stock of goods ?
securing the next conference had a clever or 'he is clever and won't bo every
thing that is needful
assist Jn making life pleasant for greatest assemblages in the city's to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of_
number of backers, ,., who made excellent good. the word. We
,are agents for several of
them. Among those present at the history. The city presented a gala ap- best Farm Wagons on the market ;
pleas for their respective towns, Tact'is being sure, not to look solemn ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle
and with its handsome decora a great n-
the following Mr pearanc
picnic: .were
but'the Capital city received, the big. when your rich 'uncle makes an riety of: vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully
W. Mr. John tions symboUic of the great order of guarantee.
Mrs. 'Henry
gest vote. awful fiat joke We invite the puglic to call and see our display of
Perkins and family Mr. Early. Perkins the Modern Maccabees.
After the election of ,officers, Rev.J. If the rules for getting to. ,heaven
and family, Mr Isaac: Perkins. The musical part of the dedicatory
". : Lawton Moon one of the most there would be Grade '
a were more exciting High
and family, Mr. Norman Fort and services was furnished by the vested Buggies, Serviceable Carriages

; ,family, Mr.' and Mrs. 'B. I. Hull, :Mr. popular and, prominent younger ministers choir of Grace church, and 'the song, lots more candidates. Unexcelled Wagons, Harness ,
pf the Florida conference, took Half the that boy's college ,
and Mrs. B. P. Smith and 'daughters, "Under the Same Old Flag" was rendered money .a Lap Robes Etc.
__ Etc.
charge of the meeting and modelly education costs' would buy a better ,
'Misses :Nora and Nancy; Mr. Marshalland as a tribute to the northernand / *
_ conducted a "model" business meet- annuity for him tnan he ,can ever
: : > ,
fatally, Mr,, Paul .P. Fore and southern governors.The earn. MAIL ORDERS WILL ALWAYS HA VE PROMPT J ATTENTION.

bride Mr. Jim Reynolds and' family, Ing.There
was no afternoon session it .It makes a girl a good deal mad-
Mr. W. R..Fore,.Mr. tern Wilson and Alabama marble, in which our

'v family. Miss Miry Caldwell, Mr. Oscar being called .off, to allow the delegates friends Messrs. Ford Killer and der for you not to want ,to, kiss her We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine

a rest and recreation.A than for.you to do it when she doesn't
: Bishop-are so largely Interested at and Farm
/ Caldwell; Mrs. D. Martin, of Moss Wagon.

s Zf Bluff, Mr. (X. Rogers, ''Mr. Hatton Perkins ,large number''the visitors went Sylacaugua Ala., continues: to receive. want you to.- -New York Press. .

',Mr. Iv_M.' Graham and many out to Silver Springs In the after- high praise from eminent sources. Florida's Governor." Turpentine

L others. Including the writer: noon. Some went in 'carriages, some The Commercial, club of Birmingham, ;; Wagons a Specialty. ,

The 'dinner, was bountiful and of in buggies and others in carryalls. has recently' addressed a letter to Hon. N. B. Broward, governor of

the best the oak foliage was as green For a. short time the rain marred Governor Jelks, chairman of the capitol Florida, accompanied by his daughter We are Always In Position to Meet th e Prices of Legitimate Competition.-%:

as garlands, of:the .Oregon,grape and the pleasure of the trip but it was commission at Montgomery pray. and Mr. A. 'C. Hamrick. arrivedat .

the blue canopy of ,the heavens all and the sun shone ing him to use his influence to have '
soon over very, the tunnel depot at 6:10 o'clock

combined to make Mr; Perkins sev brightly and the air was decidedlymore the decorations .in 'the repairs to the Monday evening. They were met by & <

enty-eighth anniversary a most pleas- pleasant. Nearly! all of those capitol now going on under his t sV Great Commander Boynton, Lincoln Knight Lang

ant one., A. A. G. who visited; the springs enjoyed a tripon penis ion, to be made of Alabama Avery Gen. Carl A. Wagner J. B. .

the run and'one and all were per marble. This club says: "There is' a Sperry, A. A. Graves, Phil HIger, J.,D. (Successors to Standley and Co.)
The election system has unanimous sentiment in the Commer- ::1
primary with the wondrous
fectly charmed Patterson, Wm. Canham Mrs. SusieS. '

put Hon. Benjamin (Putnam Calhoun, beauties of these marvellous springs. cial club and in this community so Graves and Mrs. Robert M. MeiseL' ---- ,
business. He Is said far I ascertain in favor of the
Palatka, out of enthusiastic as can
most over After introductions
They were the entire party .
f to have been one of the ablest and the trip, and were all exceedingly use of Alabama marble in the interior wereescorted'to four automobile tour. )

moat fearless officials .In Florida The decoration of the capitol. Experts We Never t Our Patients
i- pleased'th t they had been allowed. ing cars and started down town. As DisapPoint

primary system, of _nominating our pronounce this marble to ,be withouta
t. an afternoon for this purpose. the automobile Great
containing Commander
_ officials has not everything to its The evening: session at the church superior in the world. Sentiment Boynton and Governor, Brow Wefuifli!85 l.ttarewminSSA.dkndf.nr er Hold sda Fal'IIIHL 2o 3 ;

credit It all .right 'In theory but and business considerations unite to WF flllfiP :
; is closed the largest JEpworth League ard reached the corner of Griswoldand oared paID or det.ntton from &asS. ffiS ''f

: does not'always tuni.out the, best Ink conference: that has ever been held in surest that native marble be used. Tenth streets they were' met by never to mtar'a. Wlthoa' merolUT or Lass i

This marble is. In demand In New !
practice. hundred S3jpSBsrSSS$
the state. There were one the' City band and Company C, 'and ; 'r
,b York for decorative and building I
pur .
and fifteen delegates in 'attendance the march to the Harrington begun. .t King aIM tons: 1
; t I teUtaetliot&ta.LthechtataaoaahtniahcfitlaL .
.. For Sale. The new Night and Day bank, longs
Forty of fine land near Or- and, the meeting. was a very harmonious poses._ The band played "Dixie" and several t by s eta 3 of uoiBtst pbntduia ud ivmosT -i
f said to be ,a marvel of beauty, is finished j OniiBflcsu tB the treatment of chronic UMUM h enutr,rs {
A&re Springs Marian county yja., The one:) throughout. other popular airs. The streets were led; .1...betb 1IIed1ca1 ud eleGUScal.eDelei. : t
northwest Quarter of southwest Quar- In Alabama marble. We havein OUomceaarUqufPPl4 &II the, ,Wc. hn4Ic
ter; Section 4, township, 12,"'range 24. The Leaguers were delighted to this city several buildings-one a lined with people. Arriving at the Harrington leI eoatrtvaneehaewatothemellglprotststoa Iaty,mid ray,end 'taaeo ran" tact eTW7.1..... i'f

See the land and makeme ,an offer. have been here, and we were delight the band struck up "The Star modem to every napee&. and we emplOJ Wane ouuntttrfrmp bus the bA
Address D. C. :Alexander/- Shawl ed'to have them. hotel and one a private residence-in I Spangled Banner" and a.crowd of the std tamed neeaatd and emcfeaa aueneaettteealuly quilled PIJ'aMeI
; Miss. 5-1S..3 which Alabama marble has been used I plntefau being mw II
W. employ 110 a16Il4U1& .
The business of the conference was Great Camp review and'others cheered \0 .cure ptdentl
-- paQ'ODag.-.O 0.O.D.Y
to superb effect. In beauty no other or UUke4 tar f'eratnte artHili(II
r \ The Modern' Maccabees edition of all; wound,.up at this meeting.J the chief executive of Florida."What's ., &lIthl.0 110.00 WtaUOD.tv 1DGD1b.Oarterma( mit&taud* ,.... bO .I
; American marble compares with these e 11'.Iks..U'a
the ,Port Huron, (Mich.) Herald contains J Mrs., Maud B. Little, of this, city, the'matter :with the governor anee of a care w1dW1a tpecilisd 11m.
specimens. By all means, let us haveas NYC >
ST l b
a interesting talk on the of CH80MIC DISEASES : '
pictures of Governor, Broward of gave very much Alabama material as possi- ? called one enthusiastic vrrm' neb u Kidney u4 Btt&dde.cure. c fie r.:';
\ Florida, who attended' the dedication "Third Department" or "social depart ble in the Alabama capitol. especiallylet Maccabee. "He's all right," tU't\ \ : J1A Rupture" Ifrdroeeie Drslat. Loue'. .... RhnrR
\ UITlCUIL! Dieeuu. remove cud
exercise ,of the Modern Macca- ment" of the league and her talk was shouted the crowd. 1UU1JIU& trotaw.g.
much us have it when it is possible to fLIC.IUNQ, U. Q. Chhrroniic Dbesi.and w m.u Zjieu..u
bees temple In that city. It also contains I very. enjoyed. Governor Broward and daughterwere CMr u CoNIuL1IIICI Prntotate 'IIWllral D'.ICI1ures,of ud lIIeb D rem
I i r secure In this state a superior prod- .. seep wesitnettm: tt naeL
escorted Into the hotel Mrs. 41UOlllIf Joe are atckor .
several flattering mentions oft Wrlt0 lid'tassgmt'retael atalatCONBIILTATIOY 011 ,..,.. WI
; : The next 'order of business at this uct than can be found elsewhere"Green I 4 Joe nr for 110m.
him and also of Mr. A. C.,Hamrick of : Graves, Mrs.,, Meisel and Great Commander .=ZLltUATIO r 42w realm
session was the installation of officers ,
this state. Pea Soup. Frances E., Burns conducting III 1MI MEIICALCOet Y0. filets
: Rev. L. W, Moore conductedthe -- tA 7et I.
Cut a shin piece, into three pieces, mss uroward and Major Boynton and
installation services and at its
NOTICE..straye4; from H. A. Ross'resdence.
put one of these pieces into a covered others introducing the governor: to the -
May 11, one spotted conclusion the sacrament of the
assembled delegates.
pot with four quarts of water
pointer female. : Finder willplease Lord's Supper was administered by
; pup
.' and let It boil slowly for two hours. When Governor Broward arrived at 8. A.
notify M"W, Tompson: at Leroy Dr. Pasco and Rev.-L. W. Moore. the Standley & Co.
tunnel depot he remarked that
Fla. and receive suitable re6141- The meeting ended with a consecration Shell the peas and put the hulls In ;
Port Huron 'must be the north
'A wardRt ,_ service after which "God Be with the meat and boil an hour andthen I near "
; -
: 1 t : ; With strain them out.One hour before I pole. J. D. Patterson handed him a j
{ tlQQI toMeVant ihod., sluggatd. You Till We Meet Again" was rain and told ,
and serving add a quart of peas and 15 coat him to keep it, as
and the conference dismissed The
r sung was Pinrjaele of Human Skill 1
learn her ways was once.the popular with the League benediction minutes before serving add ,salt, pepper long as he remained in Port Huron.

quotation.' The goat"has4 norv'supplanted "So teach us to number our days that: chopped parsley and a large Governor Broward Is*a Maccabee and Has been reacha In our carriage

the Industrious ant. We turn to spoon of butter. In which you have represents the tent at Tillah_ assee. He j
; we 'may apply hearts unto wis- buggies
the for wisdom. 1in-piY.feat our to and harness. The only w7
goat He dom." rubbed'two tablespoons of flour. Mash expects enjoy his visit to Michigan -;

the cans, leaving what's in them for the peas a little. Some perfer to and appreciated his reception. they :can ever be better Is to raise the ,4:

other"eat. Everything seemsto be coming strain them out. if you do strain them Port Huron (Mich.) Herald ,of June \ pinnacle :1
-etevate the standard *a4
Our low quarter +a Louse shoes Bryan's way. Mr. 'Virgil P. Kline Mr. out, put them into a collander and 12th. /b ,

for Mrs and Women can't be beaten John D Rockefeller's personal attorney pour cold water over them, .,, arrangeon Another Typographical-Error. even then our,vehicles will bs toud.1
In Ocala.The; Fair. z' is out In his favor. What was lettuce leaves and dress with may >
.. .
For felt- Thirty odd head of stock. ---"' at the top. They are not so high to J
cattle,' and 3000 our orange seeding known as the "enemy's country during onnaise. Serve as the salad for ,your "We wish wrote the editor,of the .

from.*4 .to 1.Inch la'diameter. Write the campaign" 1896 is now more dinner. Tartown prices, though, as to be oat of reacHof
Trumpet, "to correct an :
error -
t Boardman
Lock,Box,___,__ __ _, Fla.r ; 612. |friendly towards Mr. Bryan& nomination which crept Into oar Issue last most vehicle ...
users. Let as quoU .j'
A negro who was at. work eica- than any other part-of the United The Bible Authority for Many Things. week. 'In describing the unfortunate C-If'4"T'" ,

1 tlo In gt States. Time works -, / # you figures.LIVIBY.EBED .{
Y gfor sewers Petersburg wonderful ,
One of our citizens who occasionally runaway accident in "Main street, ''we ,
last week was unfortunate enough changes. wrote: "While 'awaiting the arrival
wipes dishes f rohis wife became i

t- to have bis 'I head.,aa eight-pound One of the hammer.town's dropon doctors To Washington, D., C, and Return. Ured of the job and refused;, saying of the' ambulance Dr. Skinner took who & SALE STABLE .1

was fortunately present, the vic-
that "it not man's
is a work. Not
took seven stitches In the hammer .
tim's pulse" .
tad it Is ready for use again-. On June 29th, July 2 and 3d, the feeling disposed to lose his help she It was the printer who -

Atlantic t'IJne: will sell round brought the Bible out to convince him carelessly:, -changed the' T in- the. lastword :

Lake City,- Index.' trip tickets to Washington. Dv. O, and of his error and read as follows fromII to 'r: We make this correctionIn LAJSTDS. kw
T. ._ -. >:' .. ,........... '
: return (all rail justice to Dr. Skinner, 'whose fees
) at
.L 1 s.w the fovernor of lorlda to rate of one fare Kings 21tl3t "And will wipe Jeru- '

10'. ftw.*.lllelif4ruf''ZY a delttgbt the: p1"..;3 25 cents Tickets limited to re- salem as a man wipeth a dish wipIng are always moderate, and who never \ If.you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent, .'

ftdtjintf'difcW Hum'- Herafid: tarn July llth. Extension of limit of it and turning it upside down." presents,a bill in advance. Office overJed" ,or if.you want :io buy lands for farming

I .. I ,l tickets can ,be obtained, by ,deposit of It is needless to s&ylhat he is stilt Kimball's' drug ,"store.--Cleveland: .. turpentining or lumber ', grazing, :f

l .1134 WftEtersoQHwii, > suit 09Mft tkket with ppedal agent at, Wash. doing' his occasional 'stunt.-Arcadia Leader purposes, i

... &e. Msw lagton.: and b> payment of 60 cents News. Write to f
A' satisfied ctiscnstomeer la'the:best ad- i
rattil August llth, 1906.or .
(r .to; have a .cracker I further information, call We are'supremely glad to learn that"kaki" ;jrertlsement.onI'OUl"a1m. tut,011l'satisfaction, Is' not
on guarantee.Try :
:...., ", ,OC ii itsjof ,Atlantic Coast Line uniforms are "to go," They the WhUe-.Hou'lhoe:. sprta*:'styles BLOUNT'REAL1' ESTATE CO.; :
-- ought never; to have 'come. for nw &"n$ 'woowa' just rivet. The .

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The executive committee did the -

r&m white is visiting Mce'city Tart wisest thing Monday last when This question is one of .such vital 000 FOR 'PUBLICBUILDING. THE ANNEX SALOON "

It; declared "no choice" betweenMessrs. importance, a hesitancy naturally

i Bowling and Perry. The precincts comes to any thinking man before .
: to
authorities promise give
,. had been previously notified expressing an opinion. That there faa
on July %. Good.
current OCALA'S
j &y race problem before us there cane NEW WHISKEY HOUSEAt
that they must "track the law" close-

..' Mr. P -C Davis has returned from 1). This, it was claimed was not done. > no question. It manifests itself in Bill Will Come Up*for Consideration

etenl lays' visit to Tampa. a dozen different ways every dare Its Today-Our Congressman Has
'&. ___ That precinct which does follow the a surchargedwire\ live to the touch
Done A. C. L.
Nobly. Ocala Fla.
Depot r
Mr, S. Felnberg, of the phosphate rules has a right to demand that the and capable of varied phenomena ,

s visitor to Ocala Wednes'Tea others do it. from every standpoint. Conditions and j .
;.,,,&1 a Special to Ocala Banner: < -r --_." _-
Of course it will be a little expen- not theories confront its very being.
i.... ive. But there ought to be patriots There is one general law however Washington, D. G, June 25, 1906. We make a specialty of HIGH
Hon. Frank Harris, Ocala Fla:
B. Banes went down to Lake enough-friends of each of the candl- which can be expressed in a few GRADE WHISKIES, WINES and
Have succeeded in getting $85,000
for several alee to serve'os.e cay without pay words.and that is Christianity is com-
Y{f& Wednesday as inspectors and clerks. The newspapers prehensive enough to embrace every in public building bill reported to BEERS, and no house in the stateis

house for Ocala in addition to the
have promised to publish the human problem and potent enough to better prepared to ship on short notice
four thousand heretofore appropriated. -
gratis. solve human problem. Christianity -
'. fir, L. J. Brumby, editor of the Now let the candidates get busy every Bill scheduled for consideration to any point. All out of town orders
is the most practical thing in
Ipiraer and Fruit Grower leaves to-
tomorrow. S. M. SPARKMAN.
Beach. and may the best man win.-Lake the world, and God ividently meant filled same day as received, se-
,:fey for Palm
City Index. for it to have the most practical ex WILLIAMSON
TELLS "HOW 'TIS." curely psckec, :'in plain cases if de-
'10 The above would indicate that over pression. It is an evidence above all -
of parr was -
W,'D. Emlnisor,
)It. visitor to the couny site! In Columbia county they have found things of a sound mind. Rightly applied -I It is time now for more reason and sired.. Give us a trial order and we
I f&a&a&t ', that even two primary elections .were
c to any problem, social racial ;
less prejudice. How do we know
feel confident that will receive
"' not enough to settle the presonal we the
it is the to
rTue.dtY. physical or spiritual, key that the reclamation of these landsis
between two of the local office-
the next one, as we guarantee quality of
''it., Mrs B. W Blount formerly of seekers and the voters are to be There can be no room as to whetherthe .

s-a Oeala, i s spending a week at Green called upon to try again,-Pensacola negroes need the gospel of Jesus ever had the report of any reliable goods .equal to any 'of .same, .grade
engineer? Has any survey ever
i .
.SpmI.lJ. News. Christ. Ethiopia stretches out her NO MATTER where purchased.
been made of this particular territory -
0 .0
=' -u arms unto God and whoever has the -
If I-Y* For the best pound cake go to H.. Card of Thanks. ?
Great tidings and can reach the
Sf.Ttolgott's bakery, Dunnellon, Fla.t Answer these questions in the neg- Nicest Equipped Retail Store
fH.W = At a special business meeting of responsible for getting the tidingsto ative as you are compelled to do, and

-- the Ocala Epworth League held Monday him. We are debtors to the negroes we have nothing more than a WILDCAT Tn Town.

: -"- Editor Bittinger has returned from committee in our midst so far as the gospel is . . .
night a was appointedto SCHEME OF A FANATIC who ,-- '- -'--. .. -- -. -. -- '', ,.-.-' .-... ,. ..
.fed)meeting with the National Sdito- and publish suitable resolutions concerned.God -- -- "
prepare blindly plunges into a reckles squandering
;i ,(&[' Association. of thanks to those who as- broke down the middle wall of of the money and credit of the

I sisted them in the recent State Ep- partition between the nations when
state for the benefit only of a FAVOR The
if: Miss Gertrude Pareda is visiting worth League conference. The following He sent a universal Redeemer. Out of ITE FEW who will thus become en Annex Saloon. -

.. Mrs Lee Miller, her aunt, Mrs. Ter is the report of the committee: every nation, kindred, tongue and dowed with that proverbial "LICENSE

.rell ,has returned to Tampa. The recent State Epworth League tribe they are to come to Him. TO STEAL." ,

conference was the largest and best Our difficulties are great; greaterin OCALA'S NEW WHISKEY HOUSE.A.
..... We repeat that no duly authenticated .
'- "* Henry of Ocklawaha
"- In the' history of the league in his fact than the obstacles confronting report has ever been made of a _
station. Lake Welrr represented his the missionary to African tribesin
state and whereas we feel that this survey of this localityAnd we say
co munlty iu Ocala Wednesday the dark continent A great social
result was largely due to thorough also that the "horseback opinions"of C. L.
between the whites and Depot. Ocala Fla.
guu yawns
beforehand and the cooperation
R. U postoffice Block has a few engineers who have of their ,
.; blacks! of the scuta. *
: to rent at Lake Weir for and kindly feeling of the own volnti6n, ventured into this barren
menthe of July and August. 1 whole city both before and at the "Neither time, nor heat nor thundercan waste, are very WIDELY DI ,' .. .-. ," < -'-.-.. -.'- ..,- ,-- -..' .

.' time of the conference; herefore be it wholly do away I ween with VERGENT. The most CONSERVATIVE

idles Annie Mathews went down to Resolved Tha the Ocala league extends -thoughts of that which once bath of these reports we have ever r

; Cudler Tuesday afternoon to spend to all friends who assisted in been. A religious gulf yawns in that yet seen or heard. gives a level of: In Time Of Hot! -
3 result largely of the civil war
in making this meeting so as
sis any way : ,
/'I IH time with her brother and ONLY SEVEN FEET ABOVE THE

ttt. Mr, and Mrs. John Mathews. pleasant and profitable, our sincere and there has ueen a complete sepa
ration far church work is con- SEA.With Prepare For Cold!
:: thanks, and assure them that we so .as o such figures before us, it:

Mr, Cleble Williams! who has bad thoroughly appreciate their kindnessand cerned. Negro churches with negro is to say the least the manifestation -

"I position here 'wlth the Ocala Iron stand ready to reciprocate at any pastors white churches with white of unwarrented haste in jump- We would rather sell the balance of out STRAW HATS and SUMMER

Works, has gone to Live Oak to acft time. FLORENCE BRIGGS pastors, practically and almost com-,
ing at conclusions and buying and CLOTHING
a big reduction than to carry them over. If you are going to
conference consolation,
pletely no or
,&pt position Secretary Ocala League. building expensive machinery at such
.,...... to work is the order of in
:": r-.r or unity as exorbitant prices as to invite the suspicion buy anything our line now you will save money by giving us a call.
.' 'a" u. Moore author of the Dr. Mason and Miss White To Wed the day, The white pastor who used
of fraud,-all of which is done
Naatlful \S'eirromance. printed July 10th. to be called upon for help or even to
and is being done before a survey of Stetson Pat. Oxfords This Season
1 in this paper some weeks ago, was a preach to the negroes no longer has
this territory HAS EVER BEEN
:. pteiuant visitor to OcMa \Vecln "ct1Y. much of that cort of work to do and
The following invitation foretells AUTHORIZED and before ANY ESTIMATES -
no white pastor of my acquaintancewould Styles and Leather
Miss Alta Pearson and Miss Lucile one of the most notable weddings of OF iTS COST could possi-
have a negro occupy his pul-
i' Stanley. will leave today for Klsslms this season, and will be of Interest bly be made.
under anything except the most
,}j where they will spend a couple! I'not only in Tampa and Plant City, .pit extraordinary circumstances. Occasionally We most respectfully submit that EDUCED TO $3.00 A PAIR.

; of weeks visiting friends. but in many of the different townsof I such percipitate haste is unwarrantedand
at conventions, state orsouthern.negro
:- the state. The bride-to-be is well! unprecedented by good business

: '\. Misses Eileen Bracken and Mervin known here having been connectedfor preachers will address judgment and will unquestionably W.
the body and as a general thing at J J. Chambers Shoe
rJky, of Palatka, who have been vis- a year with Doctors Helms, Law fraught with scandals redounding to Company, .

}. 'lac' Miss Annie Mathews, of this rence and Mason in their offices, and convention meetings visiting breth- the detriment of all Floridians SAVE )

:::'.7 for 'a week or more returned her many .friends will be glad to wel- ren visit and preach to the negro THE FEW ADVENTURERS who are
'-7 churches. This is not reciprocal how, .. ,
,fcesae 'Tuesday .'. .. .. .< .
.' : ',. come her back to Tampa. Dr. Masonis SCHEDULED TO PROFIT BY OUR -- --- -- -

_-"....?... 'Mr,.Joseph.I Clarence.Stine and Miss one of our leading social dentists friends and ever.The condition! of the negro is a deplorable LOSS.-Floridian. H. B. MASTERS.Special '
both his business and "
:" : UIt., Lynwood Barnes will be mar. one from many standpoints. Politically A Future. .
congratulate him and'extend their
< -ed'' : la Washingon. D. C.. today at he has been practically eliminated __

;11 o' 1ock. The good wishes of this good. wishes. except in local option elec- The work of building up Leeaburg Run onTwoPieceSuits
"Mr Charles Henry White requests
,'i.p*per- are cordially! extended them. tions. Some of the strongest uphold. and this section of Florida has com-
the honor of your presence at ,the mar-
ers of the white man's primary, both ,menced and is going on at a rate that
of his daughter Mamie Crutch- .
:!*" 1915-"Daddy don't tell me any pro and anti will use every means in .will surprise those not in touch with ,
'-. field. to Dr. Wlliam Gray Mason on .
wore; about Captain Kidd; tell me their power to carry an election whenit the situation. -
the evening of Tuesday, the 10th of: -
:.rtwt the life Insurance presidents" comes to a question of wet or dry Property is rapidly changing This is opportunity to keep cool and '
: July at 9 o'clock Methodist piscopal your .
.' *4 little
Willie.-Tampa Tribune. by a negro vote.Spiritually hands at figures that would have
church South Plant City, Florida.- get good values at the prices we are offering -
and religiously the negro :been considered'high a year ago, and
,; .M.r Ralph Macon Ga. Tampa Tribune. Come for
% Birdsey, of is much practiced upon. Thereare I we have only just begun. see yourself. rTwoPieceSuits
who ba*been spending the past week i
many negro preachers who have I The new telephone exchange has
I;?"or:tea days with relatives in Ocala, In the Shade of the "Old Apple Tree. i
upon their hearts the Christianizingof just been completed.

;;,itUmed' home Tuesday. "In the shade-of the old apple tree, their race but many others con I The Lake View hotel will be remodeled : -

'; ', rve waited so long, love for thee stitute the worst enemies to genuine i and a handsome three ** -
: P L. Rutland of Sumter I
?:'county, was again a pleasant visitor, that the voice once I heard grows Christian development. Ignorance is'I addition built this summer at a cost $5.00, $6.50, 7.50, $8,00,

;to aint with each word till it's hardly no rare thing among them to say the of about $15,000. 5
our city Wednesday $10.00 $12.00 1500.
a whisper to me." "There is no more least and to play upon the emotionsis Two canals with a width of seventyfive ,

.I1" ',Thomas M.. Livingston formerly of' buzz left in the bee, the blossom is, a prominent feature of ministerial feet leading up from the lakesto -'-- "-' .-.- .; ,L i ., .

:tb1e city, now of Saulsbury, 'Md., is withered ah me I and the tree that work. Sensuality is the worst sin of Main street with basins of one Before

ith, ;proud father of a'fine son. once grew where 1 waited for you the race and most unfortunately and hundred and twenty five feet in diameter you purchase your Trunk, Suit Caseor

; has changed to an old chestnut tree shamefully it is felt as to its influence at the town approach will be "Grip, see our line of Trunks from $h

l:)!!:-\ Jack McCulIy, the heavy mule In the shade of the old apple tree, among the whites. A mulatto open and ready for boats early in toJ6.00. Suit Cases and "Grips" from

,3doon' of. Berlin was shaking hands where you hear the blamed buzz of has invariably a black mother, but the fall $1.00 to $12.00. f

%,.1th hls town.friends Wednesday. the bee with a big carving knife thatI he furnishes a sphinx question that A $25,000.00 stock company will

.,. ,' swiped from my wife I am waiting ought to brand the white cheek with put in an electric plant and also ,

,?"h:' ,.-r.'-South-.Lee Miller is back from a trip and watching, by gee!. Of daggers I an indelible blush of shame. Every manufacture gas for .cooking purposes Ash to See the Japanese Reed aqd Cane Suit

.i ,? Florida, where he has a have two or three, and an as anda mulatto in the south is illegitimaet! both of which will be ready for

.'t >" interest in a big turpentine farm. Gutless you see! and 111 stick an This evil grovels in the dust and the winter business. Cases for Lades Light Weight.
)4f1.:- t ,F. T. Schrieber and children these things in the next guy who slinks back to hell when Christ is i it The Citizens' Bank with a capitalof

:'!1u :leave. Saturday for Seabreeze sings *In the Shade of the, Old Apple 'u1yin the heart of the lowest of the $25,000.00 has given the contractfor

Herald. low black or white. a handsome brick building, and
'fker'e Tree. Onago (Tex.) among
will spend a part of the
;lamer; Physically the negro is in 'a bad the new bank will be ready for business Bathing Suits .

Odd Fellows. Elect Officers. shape-consumption and several diseases in AugustA

:"':_ ::Marie Thagard. of Jasper ists'gher W V are playing a most conspicuous new steam laundry will be ready For Men and Boys :

The members of Tulula lodge.. I. O part in his destruction. for operation by October 1st. So the
cousin MissLillian Thaftrdof
:' ; this city. She. .ia.quite an at.bicit'e 0.. F.. held thetr semi-annual election Socially the negro plays no part. march of progress goes on. It is a mat- Big Assortment from $1.00 to $2.50.MASTERS .

last night, with the following result: Indeed i; would not be understood on ter of only a short time until we
young lady
f'' Noble Grand,-E.. Jeffords, this point I believe social equalitywith have access to our beautiful lakes,

{ ***,:D. W. Davis, Rect-Harrison Vice-Grand-E. E. Cline. its'natural sequences would be the largest Inland '-*.. *- the state.

wsflieta Jewett and John Gram a Recording Secretary W. E.. Bryant the most ,hideous and awful thing The farmers have been prosperousin

'{", Wend of Norton Davis, return- possible but It stirs the heart to see this section, and their prosperitymeans

...?- froYt:,Lake Weir yesterday.- Trea.suret-J. H. Benjamin the great per cent. of negro prisonersin ,prevailing good times for au.

...... -- The newly elected officers will be 'our jails convict camps and pear More and more of the fertile landsof .

::.; : !,: K,. Slaughter and Mr. C, E. installed at the next meeting Tues tentaries. What are we going to dq? this immediate vicinity are being R- A. Bnrford Miss Mary Bur-
Capt. W, L. Ditto has returned
L ere., ,big merchants of Belleview day evening, July 3, by District Deputy How 'are we going to get Christ to developed this year. ford and all the smaller childrn, returned from
$ the *
Kentucky "Home
-: roinlnent members of the Elks .l'.. D Bryan and it is hoped all our black neighbors? Christ is the Irrigation plants are bins installed from Annapolis :Wednesday, Coming He
he had the best time of Ms life
id' the last .meeting.. members will be present. solution of the eviL Now confrontsus by many which means that successful been to visit Royertr says ,
,..:i\, __ is assuredLeesburg .where they tad and, that is the story told by everyone
the question'ot" vegetable growing -
is .
presenting Him.C Burford Jr.. who Is a cadet
.Charles,, the capitalist, of O* Miss'Inca Mae Easterling, who has C. Carroll.in Florida Baptist Wit. CommerciaLThe Allau who was fortunate enough to revisit

"JIIt(,Sumter .county, was in & visitor been visiting her cousins the Misses ness, :at the academy the "old state: The Captain Is looking

ceday.- Sumter,Is now the homes Walters, for several weeks has returned Orlando Reporter-Star is still I wen, and time doesn'ttseem ,to

,,{ met many millionaires as any *to her home in Montezuma-" The Cornell Giants are still,the oar pushing its crusade against .the convict l Thaloott's For the best bakery pound, Dunnellon cake go, to Fla.:JH phase him. He is certainly*erne'"of,. the _

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Will Throw on the Market at 58c., on the Dollar Forty Thousand Dollars Worth of]-ft

of this City for this Special Sale. This Shipment Consists of everything worn

lately be turned into Ready Cash in the next Twelve Days. Prices" .

This will Prove the greatest avalanche of majestic bargains, ever brought\ together to !,e sold in short time and"'
so a by any firm in the world
may be .hard to believe that such an immense stock is to be slaughtered equaling quantity ;
at such ridiculous low Frices, but nevertheless it is the Gospel truth and
of Florida and every price herein quoted we guarantee absolutely we merely ask yen
correct The
good commonsense, with :which nature has endowed you. Come and ; with; greatest values on earth now stare you in the ,face. The only question can you, dart
your own eyes and be convince

:a $40,000 of New Goods at 58 Cents on the Doflaljssr

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DRY GOODS 8-4 unbleached sheeting, value 25c. A-, ,

Sillc Tissue t T and dotted Salvage ______----__ ...__.__|1/w per yd Sheets, Pillow Cases. I
/ plain assorted 84 bleached sheeting,
x* colors value 25c. _.. 5c5c value 30c. 'lip 81x90 hemmed sheets _______ '
r. Salvage per yd Salvage sale price ___________ for __________ .;.;-.6
: { Mercerized Ginghams, assorted patterns, Yard wide Sea Island -------8c- lv per yd. '72x90 'hemmed sheets ______ ,. ______.____-__._._-3
_ value 25c. Salvage sale price -------_ per yd cotton__..__ value. 36x45 H. S, pillow cases for .. :a
Salvage sale price : _____ ____.____ Uv -------------- ----
_4 Mercerized white drawn work Waistings, assorted Good quality Sea Island cotton 6e'value.- per. yd 36x45 hemmed pillow cases ___:.__________*_'I'.___:

t Figured patterns Batiste, value, assorted 25c.dots Salvo and saleNeat' -5c perydperyd Salvage sale, price______:__,___________4:2 JJLf: c. per yd Lace Curtains.\ .

_ colored 15c. Salvage sale price __8 Yard Salvage wide bleaching sale price, no___starch______,_value__ ,_,8c..____ 1.00 lace curtains ...-__-------_------------.54cj8
Fancy dress lawns, uw peryd $1.50 lace curtains __________ *
large patterns, Yard wide bleaching, lOc -- ____________.79cp

rY Fancy V value figured lOc.:dress Salvage lawns'sale, value price -lOc-____Salv-____, icfc per yd Yard Salvage wide sale price____quality.________________ 7/I v, per yd $2.00 lace curtains ..._.__.._____... u.. __. .98cji:

r sale cambric, very soft, value. fo Muslin Underwear
; Fancy age.white price --,lace- ----------------N per yd Salvage sale price____________________ Uv per yd
waistings stripes,
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wide lonsdale Drawers
_ value 15c. Salvage sale ____ 9c cambric, value 12c. CJLf Corset Covers
French assorted ---- per yd Salvage .-.__________________U2 .vd
ginghams patterns, and 23 2\ cents for 35 cent values
Thousands kinds
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value 121 Salvage sale price-______82 C per yd Dress Goods will be thousands put on this of yards sale of at all of 24 cents for 40 40 cent cent values values 24 cents for 40 cent values \
Dress ginghams, assorted patterns prices never 29 cents for cent values j '.
dreamed heard of 43 cents for 50 :
or before.Household ,values
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value lOc Salvage sale price______.__ per yd 49 cents for'75 cent values 43 cents for 75 cent values' -
Chambrays, all colors, value lOc Necessities

Salvage sale price___________________... Z1 per yd SkirtsGowns ,;'
Chambray: Remnants, assorted colors, Table Damask

..: value lOco Salvage sale price________liec per yd 54 inch bleached damask___________________,-:.____ f 9e 34 24 cents cents for for 40 cent values values-|
s White pique assorted values, > 58 inch bleached damask 50 cent ]
---------- .: .----23c 44 cents for 50 cent values 48
Salvage sale fof 15, 12 and ---___ ____ 1 per yd 58 inch bleached damask ----------------- 34c 49 cents for 60 cent values 86 cents for 75 cent values |J
----------- cents for$1.00 values
36 inch fast colored dark 60 inch bleached
percales, and light O- linen 69 cents for values'
---------- 46c 89
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designs, value 12c. Salvo sale price 9 and QC per yd 70 inch bleached linen---------_________-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-68c 79 cents for $1.25 values 98 cents cents for $1.50 values
Staple checked ginghams, suitable for l\n 54-inch wide turkey red table cloth for___ ,.-J4c 89 cents for$f.4oraIues $t.29 for $1.25 ,
value 7c. sale ____4:2 C Ready made table $1.75
All colors of calicoesfor Salvage price : perydperyd. cloths at special sale prices. 93 cents for $1.50 values M.68 for$2.25 values

______________.._.___.___.______. 4c Napkins. $$1.29 f.68 for for$2.00 values $t.98 for $3.00 values ;
{ Dress covert cloths, assorted colors, $2.50 values for__________________________'... $1.73 doz $2.50 values $2.48 for $3.50 valuesGENTS

valuet5c.. 'Salvage sale price._______. lOc yd 2.00 values for________ -_-----.----..,.----$t.48 doz FURNISHINGS
fF Neat figured dress duck, assorted dots and Cringsr per $1.50 values for________________ ..... .______ -.98 doz Men's
value 15. Salvage sale price___...fl iic6c peryd $1.00 values for____________________________ .49 doz Men's for3,4,5,6and.Y.... ..
36 inch ,corded percales, assorted colors, 75 cent values for ------....________________ .44 doz Handkerchiefs pure linen, for..,""..][...... ,.._? '
off, value lOc ._____ i Mens Suspenders, 8, 13, 19 and...;.. .,."",........ 21
36 inch white dress linensuitablefor per yd Towels! Towels! :Men's Ties, 8 and..........._....:...._.....

suits, value 35c. Salvage.sale ladies"21e| 17x21 inch bleached cotton -_----________________ 5c Men's Sox, 5,7,9, 12 and.-... ...*.."*....:.... .. I*.
;,x 36 inch white dress linen light per yd 18x36 inch linen finished .. .-___________________ 8c Men's Linen Collars for .. ..-.. .*."..... .....
is value-400. Salvage sale price weight___,_____ r6c 18x36 inch huckH., S._...__.___.._______,,___________tOe Men's Rubber Collars for..I" ;;:........;___...u......_. 6f!
Brown dress linen,suitable for suits and per.yd 22x43 inch huck H. S..-- --------.-------------___J6c Mart-Top Shirts,made of good quality Percale. for ........
men's shirts. Salvo sale price 16,14 and lie yd 23x48 18x39 inch fringed linen--__________________.__=.___tOe Men's Men's Madras Gingham Top Shirts, worth 40.' Salvagt sate pnce. .. 24f
per .inch Top Shirts,
fancy linen 58 and
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36 inch white butcher's linen, suitable for laT ----------':"--------- ;; -- 24c: Salvage sale
,, dies' 'skirts, value 35c. Salv.sale price.. L, clOc 19x44 inch fancy linen ---------------------------J9c price 39 and _...-.-____.....""' ,.._.................. 34' *
:i White,India lawns, value 5 to 25c per yd '. '. Men's $i Top Sh&tsr ?. :.._..._...__........._. ...,.
4 c ,Bed Spreads. Men.s Cambric Night Shirts for"UHh.....'___.. .,....... . 4..
rice, 16, 12, 8 and______ Men's
i peryd $1.00 ______ ... .. Balbriggan Undershirt and
White Persian lawn value special --------______________! __ 59c Drawers, 25c. value. Sal-
% .Sal.yage: sale, price, 14_ 15 and and.__20c.__ __--_ per Jd $2.00$1.50 real fringed .--..-------_----- ---______________ 98c Men's vagesaleprice.Honeycomb Shirts_...and....Drawers........,..__....._ .... .. . I

r heavy -------- -----------------____$1.49 sale price'...,_........_...._.. ..soc.._.ytlue_....._Salvage.___. Z 1

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( Women and Children: This is Your Lifetime Chance, These Goods must abso-

;'it that any one can reach them. Bring your Pocketbook welt-filled .

:i::: ;:stocks of all the ,retail stores in Ocala. ,:I. & & We hereby guarantee to sell precisely as we advertise, or pay you for your time and trouble in calling. It

I '._:test jit' statement. .:Ie.l-Ie ,Below we quote the big values that meet the demands of the present day, with every item bargains, never before heard of in the State

.c'. .,..overlook I a chance like this to save at least onethird the price you will be obliged to pay the.. regular dealer for high grade Spring and Summer merchandise. Use ...
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'yetbrlggan. -Shirts'and Drawers, 500 values, Salvage Ice Cream FreezersWhite Ladies' fancy stock Collars.--: :. 9C
nce.'" ,...,. .,;.,............., .... .. .. ..' ..,,.a.. 34c Ladies' ribbed Vests, double taped.... ... ,.__. _.". 7C i
6 *'.-work-sl4htsor--.J-,, : .,....H...""."..., 39c mountain Arctic Ladies" ribbed Vests, insertion front...... :... :... 9c .
'erdl Jeans Elastic Seam Drawers. Sa Iv. sale price 39c* Baby Caps, lawn and silk, 8e to lOW"----. ...... ....,. 29c i
I afs" Kncheck;soc value. Salvage sale 'price..., 43c 2 quart. size. for .....$J.76 2 quart size for ..-. $1.43, Ladies' white lawn aprons, 19c to.*... .-.- .--- --_'. 29c
*Denim! Overalls. double knee, hoc value. -Salesaleprice 3 1 .. 2.09 3 ,- -.... 4.65 Pillow Shams and Scarfs, The to ..... :. .... ...... 24c
j I 7 ti1 V- Tr...... *.*. ***... .........*"......*..*. JL**wBlwDenira 4" ,... 2.42 4" .. .. ... 1.98 Guaranteed Alarm Clock .-? --.. .-----... ..'.:... .... 69cJ. 1
I1 l -, Pincheck Gray Denims styles* value $i. 6" .... 3.08 6 4t .-... 2.53 & P. Coates Thread, dozen ,..,-,... .,.'.'...... .... 50c a
-sae"price.....,,.... ................ .. .. ..:. 63c.Shirts 8" ..... 3.96 8 u ... .. 3.24 35c drop lash whip .... .... .... : ... '.. ... .. -..-... J9c
-,. .. 21 to,.... ....,. ........., ..... F-\ ......, 39c Willow clothes basket .__ ... :. ... .h. ..-... ..... 34c
Laces and Embroideries Horse collar pads for .. .. .. .. ., ..... .. .... .. .. .... J6c
r; Clothing 10,000 yards Narrow Valencines Lace, values up to loc Lamp chimneys, all sizes, 6 for ....\ :..i.. ...'. .... 25c
Salvage sale price ... ...................... 4c Pint fruit dhzen for .. .... ...1.... .. ... ..
: .. jars, .. 48c
t Hatsallsizesloc: .to .......,..........,.,... .;.. 59c
yds Embroidery Edging and Insertion, including Cam-
25,000 fruit ,. .._.. ...: ,. .. ,
:rt$..afl sizes, 69C to ...... '..... ...... ...... .... $2.98 bric, Swiss Nainsook, Mull and Mercerized Goods, all to Quart jars ------ : : .... 53c
}special value, made with belt, latest style be sold at half value. Per yard from 2c to.. 39c Half gallon fruit jars .... -.. .... .. ... ... /...____ 82c
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Ijs Salvagealeprice.......,......... ...... $t.98 Special, 10 inch Cambric Embroidery Edging worth 150. Linen window shades--... -....;; -- .-.. -.. ....... 22c r
fnwi74cto.: ..... ....!. .. .... ...... .... .... $2.98 Salvage sale.price, per yard JOc Fancy fringed window shades.... .... ... .:..._ .... 28c
ants, special,made of 18 ozi: Black Clay Worsted A lull line of Allover Embroideries and Laces. Salvage sale Table oil cloth, per yard .. .... .... ,... .. .... ... J4c #
'.to.toallwool. ; Salvage-sale price .............- $2.73 price only igto. 69c 10-piece fancy toilet sets. .. .-... ..-.--,.. ...'.;'. ."...$2.24 A
W Wjece! Flannel suits, all wool l, $7.50 value. Sal. 10-piece plain white toilet sets -.... ..-... ._. .. .. .... ..$J.69
gyfte ............................?......... $3.48 ShoesMen's White and colored wood curtain po.les.U. ..... ... 8c 1v
To-piecg Suits, padded shoulders, all wool, $to Solid Leather Shoes, $1.19, $1.39. $1.49 $1.98 and. $2.48 Glass hand lamps for :.. ... .._. ...'.. .u.:.f.. ... 16c
.. or'3.98 and.......... ................,..... $4,98 Special, Men's$2 Calfskin shoes, all sizes. Salvo sale price 1.43. Parlor lamps, from 3.98 to--------' ...... ..-.... -... 39c
!b r a piece Suits all wool, $10 value..Salv.sale price $4.98 Ladies' Solid Leather Shoes, gSc $1.29, $1.39, $1.48 and. .98 Floor oil cloth, per yard. ... .. ..... ..u.. .';.'. ... ... 29c
[;vCoats,98cto...... .... .......... ............. ,$1.19. Special, Ladies Solid Leather Vici Kid Shoes, all styles, No. 0 galvanized: wash tubs.. ... .. ... ... .. 39c
: d Coats, t.19 to.H." "",,, .,,,. .,,,, ,,. .. .,,,.,,, $1.48 worth 175. Salvage sale price.... .......______,.. J.24 I Acme tin flour sifter . ... .... .... ...oo'...u.. 8c
f Children's Solid Leather Shoes, all kinds at 19C to.... ...: .48 i 3 guitars oru. . .. .'u. .. .,; ::.. .--'.,.....$1.89
:_ Trunks and Bags Japaned cash boxes .. . ::'. ... .. .. _._ .__ ... 36c
Here and There. Largest size galvanized wash tubs : : .. .. . .. .. 63c
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for.. ..*.. ......... .... ,. 98c
?? It. Ladies' fast black Hose .. .: 7c Ingersoll dollar watches .. .. ,... :... .'. .. 79c
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; 4 Ladies black and white lace Hose ._ ,-. '. 8c Atlantic and ,Domino matches, per.box.. .. ; .. .. 3c
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r .. ru, ? ,- ? Ladies' Handkerchiefs, 2,3,4,5 and... . 8c White breakfast plates .. .. .. .. .,/ ,_ 5c
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.C.- 's..Covered -'! : ; ': 4 J.aQ Ladies pure linen Handkerchiefs at .'... L-::.. 4c White dinner plates .. .. .. -. .. .. :.. _..,-. ,., ,-,.. 7c II
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Trunk for- .;,.. .. ..
i le ..' ,., ;; :;;? J.i Childrens Hose, 5 to.. .. JOc White bowl and pitcher ..... .. ..... .. .... .'. 83c
I. .., : ..., ,...:., .. ,. 2.38 .u.
II ?. Folding Fans, 1 to ... I5c Brass birdcages 'u. .. ... ..., .,. .. .. ... ........ 98c
., 2.78
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; :- a.-: 4 Mennen's Talcum Powder._ u_, ..- 15c Tin wire bird cages..,. .. .... ., : ,. . .:: 49c
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2 1 '4.a ". I. ..". T.. ,, .r. ) Ladies' 50c Corsets for... ... .. .-.;...:, 43c 2 quart tin covered buckets .. .:..- .. ,. .u .. .. .. 5c
F ttY ... ;..,..;.... .... 3.58 .
?. .. Ladies' 35c Corsets for.. .... .. .'. . 'S. 23c 8 quart galvanized buckets... ,- -.. . .. :,..., J4c
P ; Y Suit Cases .: Men'sstraw Hats, lOc to .; 98c One burner tin oilstove.-.. ..-.... .__. .. 59c
}e4t .Men's fur Hats,. 59c .-, .$J.24 Two burner tin oil stove. .. ::.'. .. .. _..'. ..-. .$J.J9
ra herettcSuitCase, for 98c Tdilet Soaps from 20 to '-. ;-.:-. ., 4c Glass table tumblers for. .. .:;..-; ,.: .':.;;,... _'. 2c -
2 :: ...........:.,.... ..., $1.13 Toilet Soap in boxes 3 cakes .. .. 7c Gallon galvanized oil cans,.. : .. .:? :::"....",'O ,, J 6c .
y:.. :.,.I !"i.!". ........ .... .:::.:...".. 1.24i : Chenille Table Covers, large size .,. 84c No. 999 playing cards ... .... ..... _; .. .:.. .: .... 7C
t; ; Men's rubber Rain Coats, $1.84 and._. __.. ...,. $2.24 Bicycle playing cards. u.. .. n- ......:oo'. .;!. .., .. J9c
.. 72 inch Mosquito Bars for ... 89c Wood tooth picks, per box u u.. ... ..._. ., .,. 3c 4
._.'_ ,.. .r\ette Rugs for....,,.,,...u ..'.. ....;./ ] $ .34 90 inch Mosquito Bars for. .$1.14 Five gallon galvanized oil cans
-- 'it','f-. '.-4, ;; ......... .;:.. ........,'??.. 4).89 Men's fancy handle 1.25 Umbrellas i. 84c We have thousands of other items too numerous to
1 u. ,.".....,... .,,... ...... 3.>9 Ladies waterproof Umbrellas .,- 84c mention. .
: Prria.Kues.&?"i for ........... ...-,.....,'..,... '!89 4,inch Silk Ribbon, assorted colors.._u. .. .. . lOc Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Enamelware, .
M.-'}'..,.square'- >.. .. ......". ............-.... 2.48 Ladies' fancy turnover Collars.._......- .:... 5c Household Hardware. .


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WHAT SHOULD A PREACHER cine, or cookery or a demonstration W.'A.' L EL;

_:a p MIDi A 'U81 NARROW ESCAPE! THIS TIME( r PREACH-ABOUT? :in gion.geometry I do not, is deny not a that lesson a: congregation in reli-- KNIGHT.ANNOUNCEMENT.

-- If we, cannot, be high-minded we may, if they please, agree with :

'- j done as a member of the committee can at least try to. be broadminded.We tbdr preacher that he shall instruct .

The Metropolis Wants Expressions 1 though I had 'also express authorityto endeavor to take a broad view of them in medicine, also in law, or politic

from Leading Democrats as to use the proxy in support of my life. We do not believe in pursuing Then lectures in these, from they 1 ,:

the Best and Most Effective resolution. Your reporter had a better narrow ruts nor having other peopledo ,..lt. become not, only a matter of We have just purchased the Wa gon and Harness business of ME

Legislation That Will Improve I opportunity than the writer to know so, either. We believe that a right but of duty also But this must S. Standley & Company, and propo se to add to the stock of goods eve,

the System. how many proxies were on file with preacher, in his capacity as a citi- be with the consent of every individual thing that, is needful, to make it aCOMPLETE tlNE in every &en&i.
the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons
the secretary and. hew many were zen, should perform all the duties of ; because the association, being theme
ket also several makes of Buggies Besides these we handle a
if not :held by Captain Sams, and Mr. W. citizenship the same as any other cit has ; great
The effort made-to cripple voluntary the mere majority no -
riety of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarant
kill the primary system at the meetIng J. Bryan and others. I made no inquiry izen. He should take sides in politicsand right to apply the contributions of We invite the pnglic to call and see our display of -

of the 'state democratic executive I on this point, but in the latter express his convictions at the the minority to purposes unspecifiedin

committee in ,this city last week part of the ,discussion I ,understood primary and at the general election.If the agreement of the congregation."I .

\ should serve as a warning to those Captain Sams to say that he had six [ there Is a convention he should agree, too, that on all other. occasions Highx Grade Buggies, < Serviceable Carriages,

who have championed this .method of proxies which he would vote for 'my take part in it and let bis ideas be the preacher has the right Unexcelled Wagons, Harness, lJ

selecting nominees.The resolution. I immediately turned to known. If there is such a thing as !I equally with every other citizen to Lap Robes, Etc., Etc.

people of Florida do not want Mr. Stockton, who sat near me and "purifying politics,'* he should do his' express his sentiments, speaking or .

to return to'the convention plan, as was opposing my resolution, and told part towards it. He should take a writing, on the subject of medicine MAIL ORDERS WILL ALWAYS HA VE PROMPT ATTENTION.

was clearly demonstrated at the elec- him that I did not want the resolu- general interest in the upbuilding of law, politics etc., his leisure time being

tion acted by a meeting full of the city in which he resides the
tion two years ago, when this proponinon upon his own and his congregation not
Sole for the celebrated
We White
he does In the "home life" are Agents Hsckoryffs
was overwhelmingly defeated proxies, and would withdraw it if my same as obliged to listen to his conversationor !

- in every county in the state., Friendsof Friends wanted me, to do so, and, then A preacher should not differentiate to read his writings; and no
his request I immediately withdrew himself from the balance of mankind.He .
the phimary declared then that the upon would have regretted more than myself

evils in the law would be corrected the resolution.The should take an interest in the valuable discourses which have

4' yet. Jhe legislature of 1905...adjourned writer did not poll the committee schools and in everything, Indeed led to the expression of an opinionas Turpentine Wagons a Specialty

without accomplishing anything in this and does not know what that ,concerns the public welfare. to the true limits of the' right"I

'' would have been the result of a vote. But when he 'occupies his pulpit feel of Indebtednessto
direction. that is another There he my portion We are: Always in Position to Meet th e Prices of Legitimate Competitfoa
withdrawing the resolution matter.
" If the primary Is to stand In Florida My act in the reverend author for the distinguished ;
instead of being induced by the withdrawal should be most circumspect. He should -
it must be amended, and amended I learning the logic, and the
who opposed to the of the support of Captain not carry his politics into his pulpit he
by those, are I eloquence with which has proved

convention plan of nomination. i I Sams, 'as you suggest was, on ,the because his congregation may be di- that religion, as well as reason con Knight & Lang

: Sams Saved It. I contrary induced by the fact that I vided and he is not employed for that firms the soundness of those princi-

understood the Captain to that He can be as strongly denominational
that had Hon. Frank say purpose. has
It is believed ples on which our government Successors and Co.
he would vote six proxies for the as he pleases becauseIf ( StandJey )
t Sams voted his six proxies at yes been founded and its rights asserted.

terday's meeting in favor of a conTention olution. This impressed me with the he is a Baptist he is expected to "These are my views on this ques-

fact that it was'perhaps not a representative preach the Baptist doctrine and in as
'resolution introduced by
the tion. They are in opposition to thoseof E. C. V. Rob
meeting and as most of the clear simple strong and forceful a
which intended as ; ,
W. A. Hocker the highly respected and able / Smith.SMITH ROBERTS.C.
opposition came from friends as possible. If a Methodist & -
would have my manner
a blow to the primary, preacher, and are, therefore, the more
passed. When Mr. Sams, who was considered whom I knew to be friendly to the Presbyterian, Catholic, or a memberof doubtingly offered. Difference of opin-

I, not especially in love with the primary system, the writer withdrewthe any other denomination, the same ion leads,_to inquiry, and inquiry to Funeral Directors ond Licensed EmbaimerslLATEST
resolution because he thought doctrine holds He is )
primary, stated that he would not expectedto truth; and that, I am sure, is the ulti- METHODS. BEST 000D$. WORK GUARANTEE&I
Mrr Hocker with- that the primary, unlike the tariff make his ,own creed the strongest, :
Tote either way, mate and sincere object of us both. Telegraph orders receive and'embalm1pg aarwfel
his resolution and the matter should be reformed by the votes of his own-doctrine of faith clearer than prompt attention done .,.
drew We both value too much the freedomof on short notice.
its friends. all, others. He should preach on all
ended. It ,was a close call at any rate, opinion sanctioned by our constitution -
In our county convention of 1900, a spiritual topics But it is a debatable
won because -
but friends of the primary not to cherish its'exercise even
committee on platforms and resolu question if he has the right to discuss -
of the justness ,of the position I when in opposition to ourselves. ijGALA 1COiP1NY-ij

taken, which convinced Mr. Sams that tions composed of threewas select. public, social or general topicsin I "Unaccustomed to reserve or mys- ,
ed. The Hon. Dickson H. Irvine the the pulpit.
the people did not,want a convention. !tery in the expressions of ,my opinions -
\' Must Be Amended. Hon. R. B. Bullock (I think), and the Here is what Mr. Thomas Jefferson
I have opened .myself frankly on
The state primary law must be writer, were the members of the com- said on this subject: a question suggested by your letter." -- .

$ amended at, the next session of the mittee. The first named gentleman "The mass of human concerns mor- -- COTTON GINS I

legislature and the changes to be ransacked the history of the Greeksin al and physical, is so vast, the field Our Friend, the Red Bi-.

made must be radical jf the systemis opposition, but the last two reported of knowledge requisite for man to The editor of the Reporter-Star FOR SEA ISLAND AND LONG STAPLEWe

to continue in this state. a resolution favoring the primary conduct them to the best advantage, writes very strongly in favor of the are distributing Agents for M essrs. Platt Bros, & Co., Oldhanjf] .
land. This well known gin bag been improved as practice demanded;!
The Metropolis only desires those system of nominationwhich resolu- is so extensive and much less in red bird, not a bit too strong, for it easily Holds the first rank, which position It has had for halt ,.a.m.,

.changes that will perfect the system tion was adopted by our convention. that degree necessary for the instruction we endorse-all that he says, and would tury. STOCK'
\ A few weeks after this the writer of others. It has of GINS AS WELL AS'ALt
.. and prevent the corrupting' influence necessity add that other places besides Orlando OTHER PARTS. __
that now goes with every election. had the honor of sitting as a delegate then been distributed. into different would do well to encourage this bcan-: Our shop is equipped with special machines and Experienced meli.tfi;

The grafters must positively be prohibited in the state convention of 1900, departments, each of which singly tiful bird to make its home In their 'cutting take leather accurately, and covering rollers. We are prepared to und;;[
work and
any new or repair can furnish presses and an necessajl
from paying their political where he had the pleasure of seeingour may give occupation enough to the midst. It is against the fa-r ti kill .equipment for compelte ginneries including engines and boilers.f

bums money for ,alleged work. primary resolution reproduced in whole time and attention of a single red birds, but it should also be made offer Write for special gin catalog and general supply catalog. If desire4 Wi!
assistance In determining Iements In this line.
i A Necessary Amendment. the state platform.. Our delegationwas individual. Thus we have teachers of a criminal offense to mosc-U their Agents, for United States. and West rep IndIes. Importers of Best Grade :

One amendment that seems very unanimous in supporting this languages, teachers of mathematics, nests or to have them ir cages.

I' important and one that should by all feature of the platform, and therefore of natural philosophy, chemistry,* of number. of the towns In the c*>m- THE CAMERON & BERKLEY CO.

means he made that every voter be I did not think that my' motives medicine, of law of history of government try have certain things, uf local attraction Walrus Leather Dealers and Manufacturers Agents for Machln od'1' SI.

made to pay his poll tax in person, could be impugned! The Hon. M. L. etc. Religion, too, is a sep- by which they lay :srett state. i'utipHes. -'. :

and that the collector be prohibited Payne as our member of te state plat arate department, and happens to be It may be some historical rtlic or CHARLESTON Sli

from receiving it from any other form committee is entitled to the only one deemed ,requisite for all some great building, or a famous

,source. The political bub may be given all f credit for his splendid efforts in men however high or low. Collectionsof ( river; it may be mountain, lakes: '

two dollars to pay his poll tax but support cf this feature of the state -men associate together, under the streets, shade trees. Possibly, as in I

most of ,them would spend it for rum platform.In name of congregations, and employ a certain Florida towns, it may be a

before they could get to the collect 1900 the writer was in favor of religious teacher of the particular sect collection of alligators, or ostriches I I ; ,,

or's office, in which case of course the primary system of nomination, of opinions of which they happen to or ,posibly the fact that skaLrol: ate .j

,. ,. they could not vote. ._ and he has more reason to be so be and contribute to make up a stipend given the freedom of the town unmolested --: 1:t

Various Propositions. now than then.. as a compensation for the trouble or that birds of rare plama! # _

There are various propositions What Is the matter with my resolu- of delivering them at such periodsas or of song find lodgment in the shade! -: .

urged to correct the many evils Sand tion? WILLIAM HOCKER. they agree on, lessons in the religion trees of the place.

the Metropolis; from time to time, they profess. If they want Instruction Orlando for instance, enjoys a re-
The Man with Vacant Lot Is
a a
will publish letters from leading in other sciences or arts, putaion as a place havin.J.. great
Stumbling Block .in the Path
democrats throughout Florida, giving they apply to other instructors; and number of ,the feathered tribe of mtiry

{ their views 'as to the best remedy to of Progress. this Is generally the business of early varieties. The stranger who comes

be adopted. To those familiar with life. But I suppose there is not an I here, before the colder mouths chase
In a growing: town in Texas a local
.the conditions and who are interested instance of a single congregation |them farther south, goes wilt in his
has the to
paper following 'say which
in _these matters, The, Metropolis extends which ,has employed their preacherfor ( enthusiasm over the' mockH s the
will fit most any growing town:
an invitation to give their the mixed purposes of lecturing, jays the doves, the humum binls; i
One of the stumbling blocks in the
'views through this paper. We want from the pulpit in chemistry. in medicine I the red birds-and this article; inspired -
path of progress Is the man with the
letters from true and tried democrat in law, in the science and principles .by the leter in art itlar. Mr,
vacant lot-the man who for revenueor
The opinions of known grafters, are of government anything Red Bird is the brightest spot u oar
from laziness, keeps his lot vacant,
act wanted and will be rejected.-Me- but religion exclusively. Whenever, landscape of green and Sis c'oeiful
unemployed, unkempt, waiting for the
tropolls. therefore, preachers instead of a lesson chirp will cure the worst lit of dyspepsia -
hard lift of the adjoining property
in religion, put them off with a blues. Mockers are so numerous
.... holders to pull up the value of his
MR. HOCKER MAKES REPLY. discourse on the Copernican eystem, that it would b3 ic'plssihle
possessions. The extreme specimen of
on chemical affinities, on the con- to kill them off or scare them .sway,
Is Friendly to the Primary and Opposed ; this sort is the man who refuses struction of government or the chat but the red bird has not been with us
to Proxies. either to clean up or sell out; who at
acters or conduct of those adminis-
in great numbers until recently. A
the solicitation of his more public-
tering it, it is a breach of contract few years we knew of but two or three FOUR '"
What is the matter with the resolution spirited neighbors will neither come BAILINGSEACHWEEK.
Y depriving their audience of the kind pairs in town. Dr. Kilmer tells
and why did it create such a in nor get out; who fights public improvements us
of service for which they are salaried that he counted fifty pegs last year. BETWEENJacksonville
commotion that involve taxes and
and giving them instead of it, what At hat rate, if unmolested, the city
i Ocala Fla., June 25, 1906. takes the lift of adjoining improve-
they did not want, or, if wanted, will soon be filled 'with thes b-\tt. and New York!
To the Editor of. the Metropolis: ments as something rightfully his.
would rather seek from a better sourcein
ful little fellows, and they will be-
In the account of the proceedingsof This man will sell out only when he
that particular art or science. In come one of our greatest attra tJons.
the state committee in has the last
appearing cent of profit to be had
choosing our pastors we look to his A of red birds Calling at Charleston 8. C. both
'r! pair mating is worth ways.
issue of the 22d inst from his
your an injus- holdings. He is to the thrifty .
religious qualifications without Inquiring dollars In intrinsic valupBnt thereis TES: FdZST STZiMSUPS W TBS COASTWISE SES7EE4 -;
tice has been done me. Jt is there community:: what the caterpillar Is to
into his physical or political, an enemy abroad in the EngIis1t
stated that my resolution was a the currant bush. He be
can profitably
with which we mean to have THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND IH
"scheme" to kill the primary system, spared from any community. But dogmas Sparrow, which is just beginring to AND SOUTHERN

and the tone of your report throughout there is no known legal way of rid- nothing to do. find lodgement here also. Two years
"I am aware that arguments may ago there was just a pjair or two of FREIGHT BETWEEN
indicates that the word "scheme" ding the land of such a pest. The lazy '
\ is used in ,an offensive sense and in- vacant letter is bad enough. The per- be found which may twist a thread these pugnacious enemies to other Jacksonville, Boston and Providence,

tended to imply an attempt at secre- sistent professional is a pestilence, of politics into the cord of religious birds. Today in one quarte* there :s and all Eastern Points.

cy and .unfair means on my part. duties. So may they for every other a whole colony of them. In five
branch of human art or science. Thus will take caning at Charleston Both Ways*
This implication is not borne out A Texas Incident years complete; possession -
for example, it is, a religious duty to and drive SEMI WEEKLY
out pearly all the
by the facts, which can be obtained Two cattlemen went to hear Abe SAILINGS.

from any of the gentlemen present Mulkey's sermon on restitution at obey the of laws of therefore our country, must; the in- other birds. It seems cruel to make Soathb::': .d......................., ....-....... -..._.._.......__.. prcn! jewis' Wuf, .
teacher religion
war on the little fellows but btter wbcrtlwe3rd
who opposed the resolution, and the Seymour, Texas. Next day one of '
,. statement that the resolution was in them who had stolen a maverick struct us in the laws, tkat we may that than they should be the meansof ._..:._....._......_....__.. from feet ef Catierfte Strait, 1&:11=

tended to kill the primary system is from the herd of his neighbor start- know now to obey them. It is a religious exterminating a much more valuable '
Clyde St. Johns River Line.
to assist our sickneigh-
refuted by the resolution itself ed to drive four mavericks over to his duty species. Something ought to be #* .

.... ,: .. From your account it might be in. neighbor's ranch to pay him back. On bors; the preacher must therefore done to protect the birds of value Between Jacksonville

,:. ferred that 1 had packed the committee the way he met said neighbor herds- teach us medicine, that we may do it against those of, no value. We speak and Sanford .

;:' with proxies, and only desisted man driving eight mavericks to hisranchBurnett's understandingly. It is a religious duty for the red bird in articular becauseit Sfteppi&zitiral&ikB, Astor, Bereshri (DsLaai) and btemeAta'

from my'nefarious plan when these Budget. to preserve our own health; our reli- is trying to secure a footing 'here, Laiii i"gs ca St.. Johrs- her.Steamer .

proxies forsook gious teacher, then must tell us what and every man gorl and boy '
; me. As a matter of :.
Invitations a dishes are wholesome, and give ,us City of Jacksonville
fact I am rather opposed to proxies, out for the mar ought to encourage the birds and the
and In fourteen years of participation riage of a former Ocala young lady recipes in cookery that we may learn squirrels to mage their home among are appointed te Sail u leltowj,leave: Savtord.Leave Jaciueaville: daily ezcept Satardt *3,aaearruiag J
except Soodays al a. m.
in politics I do not think I have Miss Mamie White, of Plant City to how to prepare them. And so, ingenu our shade trees and, thus add that 030

held but two proxies namely once Dr. W, G* Mason, a prominent dent ity by generalizing more and more, much to our already attractive town.

the proxy of that peerless old j demo- ist of Tampa. The marriage win take may amalgamate all the branches of Agriculturist Flow. SCHEDULE.Eaterpnse. N

place at the home of science into of them and the -
4: crat the. lamented General Robert the bride's parents any one

: Robert Bullock. while he Mr and Mrs C, H. White, oa physician who is paid to visit the sick Notice to Leaguers. Leave" j 30 p m. __.-+...__ Jacboruie .---.w._.._ *"*** :::
was a memo 845 m. ......
p. -- w. Pa1atka. __ _......._. IeaYe
10 Miss White is instead of medicine All who **
July give can to be
a sermon are requested
; let the Isat state committee a sister of our may 3 oo a. m.Arrive h ,1
of _
z ; and "'" Astor ......... :
.. .
M townsman Mr, J. R. White, and has and the merchant to whom present at the, special business meeting ...,.. eo .. St. Frallda-- .. ......_. "
my second offense in this respect was 8 30 a. m. .,,,,rZ ? .. SaafGrcl ... .. i!
upon the date named in your Indictment many friends here who,wish her welL money is sent for a ,hat may send a called for Monday ght.,June 25, ** 10 oo a. m. -.,_..,,;-- ..... 'oo-' ,.. ... ro9Q-,.;;

w when held handekrchief instead of it. But not at 8 o'clock. At this time all mattersof .. ---.t -'
I ofHon.
> that W.' K, Mr. Dv W. Davis and Miss Mary General Passenger and Ticket Office 122 West JackJoftvWe.i"fi::
Zewadskl ,of this county; the more Piatt accompanied withstanding this possible confusionof business pertaining to the, League Bay St.,
? worthy. by Mastef George all sciences into one common sense Conference will have attention. The '
to In each instance being unaWe Looney went down to Lake Weir F.M. nONKONG h.. Ass't Gn'PasI. &Int.u Wast Bay tlW1.
to:attend the meeting of the com terday afternoon, and will yes draws the line between them sue several committees are requested: to w.Go COOP;J.. Freight AReat, c.P sittC"IrIl

,. ,mittee. enjoying the breezes and, spend today ciently distinct for the general purposes report all items of expense that all ,HAGEaTT.Gen,Eastt1i-rasa.01 Hopu Agt ree ,.New awBTe.'CLYDE F1a.Ac. MILNE Genl Fit.&.* !l
'" 0 other.attract. of life, and no one Is,at loss, accounts be bananced.
< < a may THEO G. EGER
What I President
I did the 22d Vjco General
on Inst, was Uons of this beautiful sheet of ', Manager. 1i
I water. to understand, that a recipe In: medic GSO. L.: TAYLOR Pres, I General OffcraeP1tI 36, North' River. Branch. 290 Broadway New Y


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'A1>f;_ .;' ,-, -, NEST.At JOSEPH CLARENCE STINE. "
;';_'jd Recommendation ,Clute, 'Daughter of Former -

,,. : "''J'-af d Light ldent 'Clute, Marries Former the meeting of the democraticstate Miss Lela Lynwood; Barnes of this "

.Ocala'.. 'To Have Student. executive committee held in city and Mr. Joseph Clarence Stine,

". Important, Sug.J Jacksonville Friday, June 22, Mr. Will of Osceola Mills Pa. will be married
J; gestlons.'h' .. St Louis, Mo., June 2,), 1906.
\ ..j" v Hooker, of this county member of the In this city on June 27th, at the homeof ..
": _1OeJlai.r' '1'la.. June D.'orable to Ocala Banner: committee from the state at large, the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bilious ? ;
,the City Clute, daughter of former
Thomas Jefferson Barnes.
introduced the following preamble and .',, :
.J{i:, 0. Clute, of'the Florida Ag resolution;, This announcement will be heard The only sure cure for .

:aThe College at Lake City; ..Fla. "Whereas This committee Is heartily with Interest by the Ocala friends of constipation and Biliousness

..\water: 'committee most romantically In this city in favor of the primary system of the contracting parties. I

-jiImorning: ;, a former student of said college. nomination, and The wedding will be solemnized at I that is pleasant, natural' .. -

.Mood to be your M. H. "Whereas,. 'The: present system of high noon by Rev. L. W.. Moore, of 'and safe is

; ur.tegular --- nominating certain committeemen and the Methodist church, and Mr. and
';of-the', 5th inst., to Big Crosstie Contract. Mrs. will leave ,
Stine over the Seaboard
minor officers unnecessarily encumbers -
metidation as the candidacy of those runningIn for a wedding trip to Washington RAf4IJ:: ILLS
=pj aratory"to the contract which calls and .
the primary for the more important Philadelphia Harrisburg.After {
tbe day'-service, and furnishing of 100,000 crossties offices; and July 15th Mr. and Mrs. Stine AND TONIC.PELLETS \

-- Rurally understand has been secured by R. L. "Whereas We believe that it is to will be at home at Osceola Mills, Pa.I I The Pills stir the lazy liver to
from the
r.subject matter Com- intei-est They will go at once to 'housekeeping -
l'c the best of the democratic
which has the contract for action-the Tonic Pellets '
department SUp. clean z
slight J I party that each campaign. should be in the beautiful new home that
.'ideemdestrable to ties for the F. E. C. Ry exten Mr. Stine has built for his bride. all '
conducted by a committee selected impurities out of the body, :
'e) Io'offer. the. Mr. Sparkman has established immediately before the beginning of Mr. Stine is a grand nephew of the that > "
Perrine so the liver 'and all the
near to he
.. such campaign in order that such late Dr. Ze Butt, who was a practic-
t ;That.in line with eight hands by this morning's committee shall reflect upon current ing physician of Ocala for many years. other organs act properly. I /

'," ,l.:fo"date methods and and will 'send fifty more next issues the sentiments of the voters He is: .the junior member of the ma-

"foHevlng[ .'that the city Mr. Sparkman and family whom they represent; be it chinery manufacturing firm of J. C. .

.i tled['to the :"> est,"' recently moved from Lake But "Resolved, first, That a conventionof Stine & Son of ..Osceola Mills. No Griping -1jq "'. ;

iEtit'ate. light. system this city, and are located on delegates from the several countiesof The wedding will be a quiet home ... ; :
No l .
-' &sight basis, instead of Avenue C.-Miami Record. the state of Florida, to a state dem- one, and will be witnessed by: .only a Purging. ''. t

"f ch edule that has so ocratic convention is hereby called few intimate friends of the family.A ': ',,' Y

use;n cost of running Free Trade_England.. to meet in the city of Jacksonville just a natural and easy .tI..;.
9 Grand Succeass. 'f
alhnight'; schedule will has not to the "dem- Florida, at such place as the present wmmon-sense Treatment ._ .
.>'atttti$more: but we feel bow-wows" yet, for the fiscal chairman of this committee shall designate A most successful- session of the which never fails :; '
Y cgs to the citizens, ,. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to cure. ,
Florida 'State Conference
accordingly ending March 31, shows $769 Epworth League ,
-"sue .service that can an increase of $3,481,010. on the first Tuesday In March A. D. ever held In, Florida has just Special Offer. '

vetest we.'feel the year the customs revenue 1908, for the purpose of nominating, closed. I heartily thank all who have .
,' el sure (6,315,480 and the excise (1) an adjutant general; (2) a state had a part in the consummation. Cut the"Little Doctor" out
-twpi, !! 'prove far more and mail to us, with the '
and for se-
$2,314.110, while there were chemist purpose the plans that brought about the result -
.,.tbaa' the present name of your druggist and I Iy'
of in the lecting a national committeeman and I desire to gratitude .
"- "recommendation to $5,400,000 postal express my : umayhave aWeek'sTreatwent -
go revenue, $3,299,740 in estate delegates to the national convection for the appreciation of the earn of the Pills and Pellets '

jyrI of:sooner, if and $2,400,000 in stamps. The and for the purpose of fixing a date est efforts of our Leaguers and their with our compliments. _. '
: the so-called ,
'Seebad That for state and county primaries for friends who have labored so .
) the balance .in the exchequer many Ramon's Brownie Calendar-Free '
tkt, -:>to-Inaugurated-.... !,>,,' of business was 24376450. the nomination of all other officers; faithfully for the attainment_ of this '
atc acUcablej. ; but it Is with Weather Forecasts and Almanac information Given,with, fM.
of such
.., and for the purpose making success.A ,
of 'committee that Advocate.to purchase of Ramon Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets. : '
your rules and regulations for the govern- ,
large number deserve 'special f"'I.
> beVise undertake Brown Manufacturing Company ,
.('-' ','> to Where Horses are Cheap. ment of 'such primaries as they see mention, but they are too numerousto St. Louis Mo. Greeneville, T..nsu, 7 t
installation of
--the fit; and for the purpose of selectinga give names. SOLD BY TYDINGS & COMPANY, OCALA, FLORIDA. ,;:. .
,(bothengine and ) De Land Record says that the state committee to conduct the cam- Thanks are tendered to the city ...
. proper{running order, as Department is to establish paign of 1908, and perform: such oth- press for the 'large amounts of space 1J.
ooaservice; might: be too ,free delivery at De Land. me duties said convention instruct
er as may al oted to reports of the conference.The .
.,.:Aiefinacihnery:: .. will be west on New York Ave- session was considered a success McMillan Bros. '

; ft&Us Installed have not Stetson and Highland Park, "Second That each county shall be in every sense 'of the word.' ,.

't ttdl d pronounced to Gleenwood, northwest entitled to one vote in such convention GEO. L. TAYLOR Southern : '
{isut.Bad ourselves in Copper Works' : >
. in an easterly direction for every two hundred votes, or Pres. of the League. :_
:Wsposition of being turpentine still and vicini fraction thereof, cast in such countyin Manufacturers of ;
|:lee JC:sight :Which would, : Turpentine Stills 'i
south to Blebly the primary election held on the What's in a Name? .
i be' fin embarrassing.- thence south into 15th of A. D. 1906." and :'
f ii recommend day May General :Metal Workers. .: :. ,
ye' on Woodland Avenue,_ a Had this been a bomb loaded with William Jennings Bryan Is persona '
;if>to the of twenty-five miles. The dynamite it could hardly have produced grata but his middle cognomen is -,
wrrlce, all service is to be daily and the 'car N. Old Stills taken in : *l _
more confusion. Hon. John not one to conjure with down here. exchange for new ones. Patching ,

'' fans, motors,. or other gets the Job 'receives a sal- C. Stockton, who was present 'as a Yes, William, you are personally all through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or .'

ci contemplated, be put $720 per year, or $2 per day, proxy. arose to his feet as if he had right wire will receive prompt attention at either 01th '.,

baseThat':: all so-called his own horse. The springs In his legs and opposed the 'TIs but thy name that is our en- following works .. : ; ';; r.,
'...-i'1 abandoned, is to go into effect as soon as resolution. He said that he would always emy. Thou art thyself, though. not a >>{' -
day of be had ,
applicants can
be opposed conventions. that Jennings; what's Jennings? It is nor

Jedtbove'" Is contemplated the necessary arrangements would be attended by delegates traveling hand, nor foot, nor arm, nor face,nor JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA; .
seriice! be substituted,
'. on free passes. any other part belonging to a man. .- .
parties;,want less -- --- --- --
; -.- Mr. W. J, Bryan and Mr. Arthur 0, be some other name! What's in a > --- -- ---- --- :
;:- M ;
William McPherson, formerly Williams, who was recently elected a name?. That which we call a rose by
--That'the' jneter s"'A McIver and MacKay, has gone member of the committee in place of any other name would smell as sweet

wltHJuJy 1st shall be ., 'Van to build a fine N. A. Blitch, resigned, also opposed so Bryan would, were_ he not Jenningsalso .
kUovatt:hour, Instead for Mr. J. A. Patterson \ Go To B BeSt'5'ad
home !the resolution. called retain that dear perfec- lwags lna
_'.a .that for o'
ligbtson'g- .. '.110W i ,,'flat; rate,". recently erected handsome. Mr. Hocker and Mr. Charles Daugh-;, tion which he'owes without his mid

RM'Jbio home in Lake county. Mr.,Mc- i'ty favored'the resolution and told dle cognomen. Doff it, William. And ,
;: dollar per had charge of this building In ury plain language why it should for that name which is no part of

ipcath thie i elights or more Mr. Patterson 'was so much be adopted. thee, take the solid vote of Floridain

o regatdleas z i swter ibasls, as. p with his work that he .has'eu; This committee was electe4 four 1908.-Palatka News. PuffiPace! I :" i
;; "whether this still finer building 'to yeais ago and yet expects to manage

hA (tf'ttotor service or Before leaving Ocala his Scotch l the campaign of 1908.,This Mr. Rocker SharpRobinson.Sunday "
FtfthThat the city 'T _
gave him an entertainment and those who favored the reso- ,
:: t.ft. espense all meters to a mark of' their esteem, pre..- l\!-i'u. thought was too far removed afternoon John C. Sharp Our Edibles and Drinkables ,: :
or the electric *
I him with a fine .suit." : fry i the people.' They wanted a fresh and Miss Annie Laurie Robinson .
iMd; that-iuch customers which it drove into town from Coleman, and
expression from the people, .
::e!tia_ joky' ; already have Joe W. Davis, of Summerfield, seems to us ought to obtain. proceeded at once to hunt for the: are as Clean and Pure as .

-7 they have made He that had the county judge. The young man made
in town Saturday. wore Mr Rocker .believes that
..-.eiti.{8hall.. have credit that won't come .off," having resolution been pressed to an issue it his wants known, and a marriage license -, any Pure Food Laws could < .. "
at light '
for the
biaIa'of-ou,.bills heard'from his last shipment of would have carried, but the purpose was forthcoming. By the time ':

,'D6 a !e&Hnghouse'! present He still has several carloads for' which it was Introduced, that is, the license was Issued a 'number of imagine them to be. : ,< r Ff;

,t.r siad, Company field for which he has turned to get it before the public and pro- persons had gathered at the court
? that the a pretty fair 'sum. He says' voke discussion throuhg' the newspapers house to witness the ceremony. which '

:1 eWore,.. 'to-all consumers must have melons for the 4th!. ,, was accomplished, and it was the judge performed in his usual hap- Our establishment has: : .S
: I
l' and she cannot 'get them ex withdrawn. py manner. After being heartily con
,: U <
"tllstthe.We, advise and from Florida, so it behooves the Under" the rules of the executive gratulated by all present, the happy been refitted according to '
: city make
a couple drove back to Coleman to re-
' tai grower to hold on for top committee Florida has no way of
J es the most favorable of letting the ceive the congratulations of their
adopting a platform or
_. .>.Iand'. .l furnish the balance of the country know how she many friends.-Sumterville Times. Sanitary Measures and the '. ', '

'ra'of: the electric Musical Recital. Miss Robinson has visited in Ocala
stands of the questions con
, ;;of actual cost, with stantly,coming up for settlement and quite a number of times as the guestof only thing in, it remained

{; rge only of what J. A. Pittman's class of four in order to be represented at all In Mrs. P.. H. Gillen.Mr. ,

k r to 'cover colt of girls .In kindergarten music gave the next national democratic convention to Be "Old and Matured"are : --R
?U Q:,and connecting up Friday evening at her resi- she must hold a primary election with Dr. William our
. !*?et however Anderson."ilrTHTAT .
and the children did beauti
early in the spring of 1908 in order to .
'' : '& .consumer what elect delegates .at the same primaryIn .
iij" ,.faathey;; shall use, taking part are: Marie'' Bur' i which our state officers are to be : Daniel is no longer* Whiskies Wines \ Beers. .
; iu cOisumers, the Alice Swartz, Store--
froni Ruble Faucett, nominated, and this will bfr entirely the Postoffice Drug and after .
S whomever Faucett. will be with Dr. William An
", too early .to have a free and full dis- Monday
,tier,:however, to not is the program: cussion and will be unjust to all con derson at his drug sto're. on Main = Our way of doing busi- ".

: 'h-any style or type Examination of class. cerned-both voters and candidates. street Mr. Daniel has been. with the .

wit thatfor which they Mama's Waltz, Alice Swartz' We hope that the resolution -introduced Post Office Drug store the past,5 years ness is the same courteous .

': "'ll1 .'..;."u Song-There-. There, Ins the For by Mr. Hocker will be generously coming here from Jacksonville, and ,
"Ji&'Wll1cn,. is, by Alice Swartz and sung discussed by the newspapers of I he has made a great many' friends '
JII8Ied.. ,li-foru: ) your .. .the state and will be brought to the during his stay among us. He is and appreciative mode we. .' 11I

," .... B. A. WEA Duet, Marie Burnett and Alice attention of the various county com- courteous and obliging and tends .

r.. i HERBERT A,, mittees.. strictly to business and always tries have employed for and<

I CHAS K. Recitation, Ruble Faucett. There is a growing sentiment of to accommodate his patrons.Mr. years t; .

Rroud.M Florlda' Waves of the Ocean, Marie dissatisfaction at the' way things are Daniel will be:! delighted ,to see favors bestowed : .y

x | now being conducted, and we hope his friends at his new place of business any upon : y

echo? f the Papa's Waltz, Alice'Swirtz. ,: ; that Mr. Hocker's resolution will be at! any time after today.

tcretted'his inability Recitation. Pearl Fauc tt. as an entering wedge that will bring I us will receive: ,strict .and/t'" -

b of the Duet, Marie Burnett and Alice about a wholesome change Eichelberger-Head. ....;<': .; "

t: Ocala, and ., attention. ,' i tOur :
aceentuated by Song-rhe: Woodland played Just What Everyone Should Do. Miss Mattie Head, of Parrish, and prompt : : :'

t papers Swartz and sung by class. Barber f Mr. Walter Eichelberger of Tampa, .
read Ga,
< at Mr, J. T. Irwinville.
E! fibers' of the Recitalton. Alice Swartz. always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's will be united marriage. on June constant aim is "ToPlease1 =

a.mtherclose, student Meditation, played. by Marie Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyat the 27th. at the home of the bride'sparents. :
oered at tte' hand ready for instant use. Attacksof After July 1st Mr. and Mrs. Try us and be con: f. _.
cholera morbus and diarrhoeacome
colic to their
Alice Eichelberger will be,at home.
$..Dtesaassociations Home Sweet. Home on BO suddenly that there is no fl. ,
-. Published from :., time to hunt a doctor or go' to the avenue l'.
store, for medicine Mr. Barber says; ; yinced.Respectfully. :
'fie Recitation, Marie Burnett. ,
:trade journals, "I have tried Chamberlain' Colic I .;
td:note' that the Old Folks at Home played by Cholera and Diarrhoea.Remedy which The young groom is a nephew ol '.
at'Oeala Swartz and sung by class Is one of the best medicines I ever saw. Col. Adam Eichelberger of this city, >, '.,; '-' .
by our : ; .
, I keep ,a bottle of it in my room as lived here yours* '
?e do not i Duet-Military Gallop by Marie I have had several attacks of colic and his parents formerly : .- AM1i
*Hh'tie.; brightest and Mrs. Pittman. and It has proved to be the best medicine His Ocala friends extend congratnla'tions :: i
1 ever used. SoW by all drusglsta wishes :
best ,. }
f/other'states, Auld lang Sine Marie"Burnett ..* m and STBAlf&fWholesale ': t.]! ,
'iq blush for ,Attitudes by ..class. '': '
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e strike' a We are Faries by class. i H. D Allison .has shipped near 3.000 The Weil-Brockman Company* Cincinnati J ; : ,,< : :it ,
J Allison have given general, UsfMttonon is an' up-to-date house. Car- _
!ltk.thelr little lta1 was heard by quits i i -the lower East Coast and in other lots a specialty Market information. and RetailCHlALA ,Li'sore" Jf'f_ :: -<1;;=_:. _h' :
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; THE VIRGIN' BIRTH OR'CHR18T., The Beauty of the Morning.Oh THE, SOUTH'S CONTRIBUTION.I Crill for Governor. Man I Is at. His Best at Sixty.
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: $5-
; At a recent,trial" for" -netesy' .. ol the the beauty of the morning' It In his "home-coming" speech the Speaking without prejudice the Sun Dr. Wiley, chief of the bureau ,of v ,

F ,' ;' ,Rev. Dr. Crapsey'J rector of. St. Andrews showers its splendors down, other day Hon. Henry Watterson editor desires to 'say that Dr, Crill is a chemistry, of the Department of agriculture VvgL n + '

.; Episcopal. .-church at Rochester From the crimson robes of sunrise, of the Louisville Courier-Journal mighty good piece. of Umber to make at Washington, as .the cham- $;'.,

..'> the azure mountain's crown; called attention to the fact that Ken a president of the senate out of.- pion of the elderly men shows that,

.:': : N. Y.,. one-ortho... } ,.grayest 'chargesIn It, smiles amid the waving .fields, ,it. Gainesville Sun. The timber is all so far from an 'individual being useless nastw t tavoca
the presentment against. him was dapples in the streams, tucky furnished the war presidentsfor right-regular heart stuff .
; : and without at sixty he is practically in.the k&AUIO.&nr
_ :. dealilof'Ue', birth of Christ It breathes its sparkling music both the United States and the flaw, but heavier than is needed for
"hit k ."virgin. prime of ,lfethIs.. D_ r. Osler to ,thecontrary. i!
r ,'2;. : which.Is ,affirmed, .. ,', '.in. 'the, creed of theEptsoopalr through the music of our Confederate States. It also furnished the presidency of the'senate. It is the The span of civilized life

''church.' The. report of the dreams. the author ,of the Declaration of same stuff selected by the Sun last I ened 'during the past fifty years by

trial lnbthe\:Ne / York papers :have Independence the commanderinchiefof season for the next governor of-Flor. I the aid of science, so Dr. Wiley says
} been w1dely t raid-And'coinmented. up- .It floats upon the. limped air in rain ida and which the'News;'upon Inspection and he is of the opinion' that it will t -
the eontennial the
on and popular; interest in the ques' bow-clouds of mist, checked up for that purpose Dn: be possible in a few years to advancethe

':i ,," .. tlon awakeaed..Although. ': this opln It ripples through the glowing skies in president of. the republic the oratorof Crill's enormous majority" 371 in a limit of physical and mental activity

.':, ion of Iij\Cripse1's'i', perhaps chock. ; pearl and amethyst the revolution the author of the total vote of 850 for the senatorshipin to n1netyNevertheless. *

;,f ins to S6--woo.u, people,;it is,neverthelesaas It gleams in,, every burnished pool it "Munroe, Doctrine," and the commanders last week's primary is but a pre Dr. Wiley admits that

'.,: ., old ChriStianity.. itself and is riots through the grass of the armies in Mexico. Most cursor of his running abilities In the I several factors must be taken, into f

,. ":'; ; privately;...'held by thousands. of the It splashes waves .of glory on the of the American humorists 'are also state for the governorship two years l consideration before this patriarchal
"" various Protestant, denom na.t1ons.. It shadows as they pass.It hence. By that time according to.the I age can be reached, and it will not

.: > is accepted {lby the great Unitarian natives of the. south, including Mark trend of things political, the peopleof be given to all to attain to this eminence

\ church and'"}.was professed by such steals among the nodding trees and Twain. Florida will be more than*anxious of years. In the first instance; .

,';' men as .Jefferson, Franklin,, Emerson to the forest, croons. Polk Miller recently called on the to install an administration of. brains the question of heredity enters Into :-,1

:. Longfellow Whittier, Lowell,I In airy note and gentle voice 'neath great humorist in New York and thus and;; business methods founded on old the matter, for nothing is more true i

.> .:: Bryant, Holmes. Motley Bancroft,' waning plenilunes; describes his visit in the columns of fashioned common sense and honesty. than the. Bible saying that "The sins

Fisk, pa.rkmlJi. 'and' hundreds of others It calls, and lo! the wooded brakes, the Courier-Journal: -Pal atka News. 'of the fathers.will be visited upon the '

.:._.: who have: been our leaders' in the hills and tangled fens- "On going Into his room, I found 'I children." Hence the man who does !. OCK i

.. light and learning; not to mention an A world of life and mysteryswarmwith him In .a recumbent position in the A Beautiful Sight. not inherit from his'ancestors a sound I III

'... Innumerable host' of' .scientific men, its denizens.It bed, smoking a cigar 'one at a time: constitution, will be greatly handh
On Monday evening about 5 o'clocka II .,.
The Rev'"Samuel McComb, of BosS with a huge pile of newspapers magazines capped in his endeavor to exceed the
squall passed over the city which
.' ton, speaking the ,Episcopal clergy, trembles in the perfumed breeze and writing material on all ordinary term of existence. But even

K :, said at the Crapsey, trial, '"There are and where its 'ardor runs sides. He greeted me most cordially, was of little importance on land but thus handicapped he may reach a For
choristers at sea it was very heavy. It came I
few amoatusy against whom such A thousand light-winged and, although I tried to go fearing I green old age If he will but pay strict
from the northwest and when the end
charges mlfhtinot: be arrayed. pant forth their orisons; that I was taking up time that was i attention to certain rules, throughout

This and!tether.; questions have been A thousand echoes, clap their hands valuable to him, he would'nt hear' of of the cloud reached the: sea it be- .his entire life. He must be moderatein ionicDriiikillg
came black as ink and a great com-
agitaed among Bible scholars in recent -. and from their dewy beds It, and for nearly four hours we talked his habits both as to eating and

.' years, inconsequence of the' application i A million scarlet-throated flowers peer about the time when, we first met; motion was observable just the other drinking and he must pay strict. attention
side of the outer bar.. It so happenedthat
forth with startled heads. when he James Whitcomb Riley andI of
f to the New Testament of to the rules common sense
:. I during the afternoon there had
--1: > those critical methods which have faced the great crowd of New and hygiene.
1. ,
;:" been BO' fruitful 'of results- .whetherfor Oh the beauty of the ,morning! It Yorkers in an entertainment at Madi- been a gale in the southeast, and the Dr. Wiley is also a believer in the J JJ
I sea outside 'was running very high;
\: good or for ,evil, in the study of rains upon our ears; son square. He never grew tired of old axiom ,that "All work and no play
the Hebrew Scriptures. The ,imagined The music' of the universe, the chiming talking about the Old South and consequently when the squall from makes Jack a dull boy." Indeed he "-
of the the northwest met the big waves 4s an aid to dies- 1
sacredness of the narratives*in Matt ; laughed and cried alternately when goes further than this and declares (
and, Luke their delicacy and restraint From cloistered wood and leafy vale, I would tell him of something which there was a sight worth going miles that too much work and little play tion, taken withn

: as compared._, with similar pagan its tuneful medleys throng recalled his boyhood days in Dixie. to witness. Just assoon as ,the great will make Jack a sick boy. or after meals' K

myths' and the' beautful legends connected Till all the earth is drenched in light Mark Twain is a southern man, witha rollers would commence to ,break the Perhaps Dr. Wiley dwells with Red Rock Ginger .
wind would catch them and lift tons
and all the world in !
with them cause many of us song heart full of love for his native section somewhat too much emphasis on the Ale is the finest .
of water high In the air and it z
Elisha Safford in Will Carleton'sMagazine carry ,
: ; to ignore their extreme Improbability but broadened as he is by intimate necessity of a sound pedigree in order
.. 1905. in great sheets far to. leeward, reminding most beneficial of 1
I' June,
: But there are'reasonsi for. rejecting contact and long associationwith to reach extreme old age, says
..".- one of immense snowdrifts all
them.thaXar ,worthy of serious attention 4 the people of the north he is an an exchange. Of course, it is an Immense home bever-J! 1
Value of the Newspaper. in the north. For: some fifteen minutes
; Among thesewe may note American of the highest type with aid to inherit a good constitution ages. It contains t;
Anastasia island tad
people on
:: the following. as evidential' points: the ability to see the peculiaritieswhich but. even without this adjunct neither alcohol nor
took that 'dIdn'tpay' :
"I never a paper a free show well worth looking at-
(1) That, aside from the inherent differentiate the, people of both many men, by a rigid ,pursuance of dope. It is .
: more than I paid for it. Onetime St. Augustine Record. a pure i
me ,
: improbability (such an sections of our great country without careful methods, of living have overcome .

: > the narratives. ;themselves I : ,in; .which an old'friend .of.mine, started.a losing in any way his affection for What Will the Governor Do? the handicap of heredity to 'a high-grade Ginger 1i
.. supernatural beings take so prominent paper way down south and sent a and identity with both. great ,extent and have passed away Ale, not a pepper-' #.1

:' a partj'jbeariaU"theearmarks; of mythical copy to me, and I, subscribed just to ""During my stay with him; when we Now that the democrats of the at a 'venerable age. Cornari was a heated production j f
_' .legends/We would not fall to of that grand civilization which eighth judicial circuit have followedthe
/,; encourage him; and after awhile it spoke striking example of the truth of this put up for profit. < it
;' recognize ,them'as: such if.'found In was destroyed by a war in the south illegal manner designated by ,thestate statement
'. order to sell a lot at Always be, sure to
published an
e any sacred literature except our own. and the baneful influences of the car executive committee to select a There can be no doubt that men If

? (2) That the idea* developed late. public auction. So I inquired about petbag reign which followed, and candidate for state attorney, what assurance live much longer In these days than get the genuine. li,

,There Is no trace of it in the earliest the lot and told a friend to run it up from which we are, still suffering, a have they or the candidate was formerly the case and the gen-

:4 books of the New Testament; the to $50., He bid off the lot at $38 and stranger looking in on us would have that Governor Broward will recognize eral tendency is in the same direc- Look for Red Rock IJ

.' writings of ,Paul and'the Gospel ,'of it sold in less than a' month.for $100. thought that we were weeping over them. The governor Is neither in law tion. Dr. Osler did not consider this Crown Stopper .

:.: Mark. It is apparent' from Luke 2: the departure of some near relative. or honor any more bound to appoint fact when making ,his now celebrated

: ': '48, 49,*"5O.*.that Mary ,'herself knewnothingj so I made $62 clear by taking that When I brought up some little Inci Mr.- Rivers to the office than he is to statement and placed his limit of useful Sold in bottles, at all
jj _; ,"' about. lU paper. !dent characteristic of southern plantation appoint Mr. Calhoun. In fact, not so age too low. Physical Culture.It groceries, etc.,and
r, (3) That* myth 'of ''Divine parentage My father,, told me that when he .I life, which none but those who much so. The first primary was legal on draught at

c.., ; v.grew;up,around other.distinguish.- was a young man' he saw a notice in had been reared here could appreciate and Mr. Calhoun lead. The second primary Is a significant fact that the gov all founts.

; ? ed characters;. .Buddha,. Plato. Alexander a paper that a school teacher was Mark's eyes would fill up and was illegal and the governor I ernor's home city and county Jack- '

-f Augustus. That a study o{ the wanted away off in a distant county, for several minutes a ,dead silence ;!would not be sanely criticized if he :sonville and Duval county, and the .7

3 '; Old, Testament fbpws that, such. an and he went and got the situation, prevailed. His long absence from us, 'Ignored it.-Palatka News.. county in which the capital of the

,.'- '; ''Oriental !lielenie idea /was) not foreign and a little:girl. was' ,:sent to. him and so far from dulling his sensatlve state is located Leon went against

'to ,HebrewJ tradition,asi has been. after awhile ,she grew: up sweet and southren nature has intensified his Strawberry Float him and his administration in the re- LANG SWARTZ & CO.

\ c.:,- claimed;|aiJlevea. |. had.It been,- the beautiful and he married her. Now if love for those things which a cold I cent primaries.-Volusia County Record. Wholesale Distributors. ]

; fact remains that Greek'learning and he had not taken that paper what dom calculating money-making and money- Squeeze every bit of juice from. aquart 4 Ocala, Fia. p I
t. 'the'Greek language had. invaded, Palestine suppose would have become \of loving people are pleased to call of strawberries. Beat inreeegg J t

j- ,< where this 'story I arose., met I 'would have been some other "sickly sentimentalities." I told him whites stiff with sugar to taste

f: (4) That the term '"Son ,of God" fellow, or maybe wouldn't have been of a thing which happened to me and whip into this meringue the Ocala r

'r applied to Jesus merely -.san.-: : xp'tes- &t4ali."-Blll ,Arp when I was at the Mary Baldwin squeezed berries., Sweeten a pint of House Wine RoonjdTRY )
rich cream and pour into it the juice
: fact of the Divine
? sion'of the great Seminary in Staunton Va., *a few
: The Home Paper Away from Home. of the'berries.. Line a glass bowl with ,
:;- jIncarnation.. It is, defined by Paul as, months before, lecturing on the
macaroons, pour the strawberry crea.mupon OUR -
'" ". meaning led, by,: the fsplrit. ot. God; While, the well-conducted Characteristics of the Old South. In
J< newspa- these. then heap the meringueon ..
and John says as many as shall receive this school nearly all of'the states of
per Is appreciated in the'vicinity of all. Serve
"Klin" become 'sons of vGod." the Union are represented, but the top 4 soon. OLD
where it Is. published the full extentof ((1LLEGHANYv.
That this spirit* descended upon such appreciation'is' felt by those majority of the girls arefrom the Wonderful Eyesight of Dickens. .
Jesus at the time of his baptism;
1 who leave, home. That distance lends south. During my talk I had some- -

'i: ,which ,wQul
a 1d'without significance had he already words of praise found in the letters and sang 'My Old Kentucky wick Papers" is being quoted as especially '
possessed It from infancy That Home. The very minute that I struck seasonable."I < PURE AYE
.;. '' God" which. contain the checks for renewal Lc: : <: : .
the term "only begotten son of
> the air flood of tears house witha
a of subscription to the Banner. a perfect came lodged In the same

.expressed, the,,fact that Jesus pos When a man pulls up stakes and from the Kentucky girls and It, brokeme pieman once sir," Sam Weller wenton. 'f

t. sessed in superabundant measure,this shakes the dust from his shoes from up. The telling of it' broke Mark ., "'What a number o' cats you Put 4 full Qts

; Divine spirit, this "Light that light. his old home to seek pastures new, Twain up, too, and when he had recovered keep, Mr. Brooks says I, when I got up ,

eth 'everyman- that. cometh,Into. the he naturally has' a hankering to know from its effects he said: Intimate with him.' 'Ah' says he. 1 in

t world." That from such expressions what is gof.nc'on at the place left 'Polk the next time you go to that do-a good many' says, he. 'You must Fancy Cartoons

'. .. the legend of :the virgin. birth naturally behind who .is getting married, the school, telegraph me and I'll be on be fond o' cats says -I. Other'people -

developed.: business changes the improvementand hand for I am anxious to witness one is,' says he. 'Not in season,' saysI. j Delivered at
(5) That the genealogies in Matt the many other items of local interest more time a scene which could have 'No,' says he; fruits In, cats is your

and Luke,trace thej descent of Jesus ;which the Banner, furnishes. happened nowhere else but in the out' 'Why what do you mean r- says Express Office

.- through Joseph. That the. prophecies The home paper forms an important south.1 I. 'Mean?' says he tnat lu never bea :

'. concerning Jthe Messiah could have this live to to the combination of the
connecting link between the home "Long may good ,man party
been fulfilled only by his descent left behind, and the present abode brighten the lives of the people. not butchers to keep up the prices o' For

from David through his father. That and when the time comes for a visit only of this country but of all lands meat,' says' he. 'Mr. Weller,' says he, $3.20. :

the interpolation; ,in Luke 3, 22 and home the persons who have kept and when he dies we should raise a squeezing my hand very hard and .

the manifest alteration' in Matt 1,16, posted on the .old home take keen monument to his memory as'one who whispering in my ear 'don't mention Regular

>,.' which renders'the 'genealogies 'utterly enjoyment in looking up the changesof has drunk *..-..-"iof the fountains of this 'ere again but its the seasonln $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write I

meaningless were made by. a later which they have been kept cog nature and who comes nearer know as does it. They're all;made o' them

J hand in order:to harmonize them withthe nizant.-Magnolia (Ark.) Banner. ing human nature than any other man noble ..animals' says he. a-polntin toa Complete Price list. f

story of the virgin birth. That in who has lived since the days of very nice little tabby kitten, 'andI '

one at least,'* of the ancient manuscripts Crab Stew. Shakespeare. seasons 'em for beefsteak or veal or Ocala Rooms

> there Is preserved in Matt 1, The canned deviled crab meat is kidney 'cording to the demand; and House Wine ]

16 the original rea.dlng-"and' Joseph hardly distinguishable from the fresh A Mother's Love for Her Boy. more than that' says he, 'I can makea
begat. Jesus" (Hlbbert Journal. Oct., .
and is
., a great convenience to upcountry veal beefsteak or a beefsteak, a *..
1902- in Literary Digest.. In the trial of Andrew Williams at OCALA \
folk when' they learn to use kidney or any one on 'em a mutten 1
(6) It js, popularly. 'supposed .that It: This Evansville Ind., charged'wi h shooting -
recipe has been sent me by at 'a minute's notice just as the mar -
: ': 'the, prophecy in Isaiah "Behold a vir. a friend who knows what is good. To : Marshal Williams of Boonville ket changes and appetites vary'"- '

Y .. Eta: sha11fC !lcely- and bear, a son and a cup of vinegar add a large ta.ble1 1 the mother of the boy testified that Nrew York Tribune.An -_ THE --_ "

shall call his name Immanuel/'would spoon' of butter :she and not her son, fired the fatal
; ; a teaspoon of cat-
-t : require, that, Jesus should be. born oft shot Alarminq Situation
sup; a teaspoon of
dry mustard lit
a virgin!Bat the context shows that frequently results from a neglect, of Marion Hardware
: the: ,' does tie pepper- --. and-- ,salt"-_ Set, this _nn_ ,the Miss Minine Bostick will" leave today clogged bowels ,and torpid-it iu ) Conjpag t:
prophecy not refer to the
fire in a pan and let it boil then stir til constipation becomes chronic. This
for New York
and will not return
Messiah all condition is unknown to
; moreover, the word in those who use
pound .of .the deviled
Incorrectly translated aJ, crab meat until September She will study the Dr.. ,King's New Life Pills; the best
"virgin" means and let it boil UP once again. Serve styles and next fall and winter will and gentlest regulators of stomash And HEADQUARTERS }
i simply Typung 'woman. with buttered bowels. Guaranteed by Tydings &:
There*are?many- reasons assigned toa.s4'IECKLES' be prepared to show the ladies of Co., druggists. Price 25 cts. m .
this city and county something nice. Wire Fencing '
; for accepting the story of the ,
f". virgin !. Mr. J. A. Strickland and family, of

birth, but.:; It Is ,not ,my purpose to AND. PIMPLES" The Bradentowu Journal- records Sparr were visiting and shopping in SashfDoors and Blinds --\J' ;
state them here. They mostly Ocala '
appeal Mr.
I Tea Strickland is one
Days., that H. W. Fuller netted $1.500 from
= to a..different class of minds. Where of the prominent truckers Paints. Oils
two acres of tomatoes. These are but and far and, Varnishes
evidences'are thus balanced it cannot Nadinola mers of that section of the ,
samples of what county:
may be done by Intelligent '
the same be expected view whatever'all will action accept maybe : The .Complexion farming on Florida soil and neighborhood.Death and gives excellent. 'reports. ,of hi! .. "r.-., Mill and Mining Supplies, '

Beantifier u while they are perhaps above the :: 'I
cm average -
taken by ecclesiastical courts.. ... ;' Turpentine
doncd ly thou ---- Snpplies t
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a community and
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rt Happily is not matter -; average '
: a ot vital importance : sad From; Lockiaw -jj' _
far _there la IntimationIn farmer 'yet similar results Tare within never follows an :
; no flWaat ed to remove injury dresed with Improved Fanning Tools' i
reach of Blreklen's '
the all.
There Is Arnica Salve.
: nothing Its
the ,festament: t that.:any particular J.t aU f nisi'\diccoloe,- tiC and healing a.ntlcep- ,
more properties f.
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mechant. GET OUR
Is essential, to:'Christian': dlsclpleabip. The the shrewd and.Intelligent farmer can .'of Rensselaerville. N. Y.. writes PRICES {
4 .-:D.- Wahrhelt,''to'Bartow Cour Went' u twenty day: 50c. aad$1.00 make more: money in Florida on a the.It cured Seth :a teHnfcraant ., ,'" at eU k*<&tf 'irq'.t iei. orb null smaller investment than anywhere in saW."ugliest Cures sore cuts on wounds hIs neck 1 ever

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: jjjirmpondencfl. -=! Ocala Banner.. Special Correspondence Ocala Banner The crops in this neighborhood are Despite Small Receipts Caused by knows In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial -
IlLII 1I (or ought to Circuit
of Florida in and for
: .
.tomatoe looking well. Everybody, and his wifeis
pntelon and.. ship- Recent Heavy Rains Spirits Fail to Marion County-In Chancery..,. -

| $V order of the; day now, It| The,Berlin community is made upof busy at work. Even the thermom- Improve Outlook for Turps I know) that POTASH -,

: ___hi|I"by: ill growers of such pro- I the kind of people that believe in eter has taken a hump and crawls Seems Dubious-Good Adve i is, indispensable for producing City Morse of ,Ocala Jr7 Defendant Complainant Order. C.for W. I
every day up In the high nineties. Constructive
rains of the
the,heavy past. forging ahead and as a i
consequence t It is
: And the redbug! Don't talk of'bis ac from Factor 'Ito .Producers.: good-paying truck ordered that the defendant
.ruin the
_ crop. hey are rapidly settling up the c un. herein named. to-wit: C. W. Morse, Jr.. -
tivities. the readerof
:c. :Waites left' Wednesday way. any Supported almost entirely by the be and he is hereby required to appear :
'.*r try around them. the Banner tell me, If the redbug crops. to the bill of complaint filed In this
:.S *Yule to visit relatives. Some time domestic. demand spirits turpentinehas cause on or before -
of -
ago a .
MpultrieGa. existed from the
Odell of Micanopy Is always very beginning A liberal of Monda- the 4th of
Day June 1906.
? H.' quantity ,
"..W.. ( .) capitalists came to Berlin and ?- Did blackberries grow In the remained stationary this week at It is further ordered that a of
motner Mrs. T.. L. copy
f.tieit v.',to her employed Mr. S. B. Brooks to buy timer Garden ,of Eden? and did the little 571-2 cents, with receipts lessened asa POTASH, along with ample this order be published once a week -

,: > landS'for them. The fact that Mr. in result of the rains for four consecutive weeks In the
scarlet itself the
parasite disport previous
ofxtlje Ocala Banner a
?i Scott attended"the amounts of acid newspaper published
-,. Brooks has succeeded in purchasinga branches thereof? We think not, else fortnight, and the market was cleanedup phosphoric In said county and state. ,'

.. .; -Coaference f: t&tiTes., in Ocala and also large tract of timber lands reach. the history of the fall of man might at the: close of yesterday and in and nitrogen, is vital to This(Seal 24th) day S.of T.April SI TRUNK 1908. ,

ing from Berlin to a point near Kendrick read somewhat this way: better shape than it had been duringthe Clerk Circuit Court Marion County.. -

; ; Jiria s Cameron made a flying. shows that they made no mis. And \\t came to pass in the third earlier part .of the week. The receipts successful truck growing. Florida. ( -
{Gainesville! last week. T. E. Bfggs"Complalnant's Solicitor. '
,< take in selecting. the right man for month on the fifteenth day of the for the week at, Savannah t-7

_ a bje' 'Waites, one of our stu- the business.: The company Is known I I month, that Eve said unto Adam, "Go gross, were but 5,437 and of these.501 -"Truck Farcing an interesting book -

,ihe' .Sutherland, returned as the Sumner-Pounds Lumber Company dealing with practical truck raising and valu. A pairof our White House aho a
I to, let us gather ,blackberries, for I casks came from other ports, makingthe will make feet
your glad. New low'quarter
Gainesville able
; and Haw- truck farmer will be -
:;" -iFjrpm. every sent to
., ', and Its present headquarters for have seen them and many are'ripe; I net receipts 4,936 casks. Brokers farmers styles Just inr for men andwomen.
she has been visiting on request, free of any cost or The Fair.
r.ere this state are at Berlin. the business X
have tasted and they are sweet"And reported some improvement in domes- obligation.

zjj. -,, <, -- .. einsr_ In.. charge_ of__ Mr._n, _Brooks.____. Thev___ they ,did-- gather-- _blackberriesand '. tic inquiry and one or more large Notice, of a' Special District School .
.:.a.uth.Robb1n. is tne guest or will erect mill and fewYiAddra. *. GERMAN KAU WORKS Election at Mirtel. -
a commissary on they were filled. And they were buyers were in to meet American con Nuua Street or

....' ,, >r>Mrs. R. L. French. the A. C.L. railway between Martin laid them down to rest in the cool sumptive requirements. Exporters, -.-- AtUnU, Qa.-1%"So. Brad Street.for Notice is hereby--given' that an election
from Ore
vfd'of.young people and Kendrick at an early da.te, and of the evening I lol\ they were infested though, reported business as quiet in will be held at Martel on --
I | take'.atte ded the Passion Play 'will also build Saturday, July 7th, A. D. 1906 -
e,' a connecting win redbutgs. Then it came to pass Europe. With the strain of supporting the mutual welfare of the pro- for the purpose of electing a trusto*

,:' ",at'.McIutosh.last- Monday night their timber interests at Berlin with that they did 'use cuss words.And values on the domestic consumption ducers and factors, be the watchwordfor for the Martel special tax school dis- -
-*:all reported having au1ca,: time. the mill. trict -
then-but enough. As Kipling would the firmness of the market told the present"-Naval Stores Review The

Mazeiie left lastrforMelrose following persons have been
Elizabeth appointed
: Mr. Brooks took the writer over a say-that Is another story. Anyhow full well how the home consumers
; Savannah, Ga.. June'23, 1906. managers of said election:
: where she will g cd portion of the possessions ofthe we are certain that the redbug did were taking the stuff to meet their H. L. Seckinger. C. P. PJllans and

.... hkv1nt,:Mrs. McRae.. comany. and finer timber lands are not exist in ,Egypt in the days of needs. The question now is, how long NOTiCE- -: -- J.Public F. Folks.Instruct By jon.order This of the the 4th Board day of of -

':P8: Alic Vaughn is on a visit to not to be found anywhere. Crossties Moses- else when the good man was can the market stand up unless the June 1906 G. S. SCOTT .

..iiIf.ji b t1! are already on the ground for a good .calling down plagues upon the stubborn foreign demand shows improvement.The Of Application for Tax Deed Under Attest Chairman.
brothers have been busy ..Section 8. of 4383 : W. D. CARL. Secretary. -
Buiry Chapter Lawsof
potion of the proposed railway. Egyptians he would have calleda comparative indifference of the 6-8 -

,..tlMt feW'Weeks shipping tomatoes ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM. plague of them, feeling sure that foreign buyers has been surprising.Just -Florida. -5Administrator's
tfe season is now about closed. Notice of Final Dis
"'Wt- the poisonous little pests would make at present receipts are smaller Notice is hereby"given that J. J. charge.
iie)' number of fish are now beaught.1n ORANGE SPRINGE ITEMS. ;Fort purchaser of tax certificates
: old King Pharoah step around lively owing to. the weather that. prevailed -
Orange Lake. Nos. 447. 502, 506 1105 1106 1107. Notice is tweby given that the-
... on -
. and the considerable the first half
enough sign passport.Don't during of
\TNsee" that Mr. B, R. Chambers Is Special correspondence 0 '.ala Banner. 1108, 1109, 1111.. dated June 6th 1904 6th day of November, A. D, 1906, the .
: be impatient, kind editor; this twaddle of June. The reports show very heavy and 505 and 519, dated the first day undersigned administrator of the es-
The Fourth will be celebrated witha
:: number of improves stae of John
: a W.
: Quite is more edifying to the general. rains over Georgia and Florida, the of June A. D., 1903, has' filed said certificates Randall deceased. will
picnic at the Spring.. present to the Hon. Joseph Bell County
house. Ask Benine what :
-.- _, ,,on-, public than a certain discussion going other parts of the belt not having suffered in iny office and has made Judge of Marion cour.ry, Florida -
-14.(t Ini ,to" happen. Mr. Rast, of Port Orange, was in application for tax deed to issue. in his final acounts.and make final settle- ;
on in the Ocala papers. much on that score apparently.The I ..
:7-: : RUFUS RASTDS JOHNSON. our burg yesterday. Come again, accordance with law. Said certificates -I tlement and apply for his final discharge
ti: .' :-_ Joe. We greatly regret that Mr. C. 0. condition of the woods has inter- embrace the following ,described as administrator of the said
; -
s FEARLESS. Jones and family are planning to ferred with operations for two or property situated in Marion county i estate.; p. T. RANDALL.
1P RLESS AND Bathing is fine in the spring. Come Administrator of Estate of John W
:- -:' leave us. After a residence on China- three weeks and factors claim that Florida to-wit: Southwest quarter Randall. Deceased.
--- ahead visitors and ,
enjoy a plunge. of southwest quarter section 10 -
;Colonel Henry Watterson is berry Hill of over twenty-one years this lost time cannot be made up evenif Ocala, Fla, May 3, 1908. 5-4-6m -
: Hon D. Bright. of Danville, Pa., township 15 south, range 21 east
"' at4. hymns in nonor of Mr. Bry.ai'th he intends to make Ocala his future the best of weather should now pre southeast, quarter of northwest?
has a grove here and it is lookingfine. quar. NOTICE, -
.' ; .Imminent. lightning plays over home and the place that has known vail. The fact that the market has ter of southwest quarter section 7 and -
And it has quite a lot of fruiton
iII; 050 head. remarks the New York him so long will know him no more. failed to respond to these temporarily northeast quarter of northwest quar- Of Application for Tax Deed Under

'.;' ..i. .t4. -.. it. Peace to his ashes! Oh, we only mean bad conditions of production, ter of southwest quarter section 7, Section 8 Chapter_ 4888 Laws .
<:< ; Mrs. J.. C. Massey._.. of this olace_ and southwest quarter of northeast or Florida,
|b"=. 'The' Richmond Times-Democrat will visit her parents in Valdostathis on that we wish him prosperity .in his though is a depressing feature of the quarter section 19, all in township 15 -

;: i him as the fittest candidate for"preSident changed surroundings. situation. It had been hoped by the south range 23 east; southwest quar- Notice Is hereby given that w C.

-: on tne ticket with the Mr.week J. :B. Hall has just recovered '. WILL 0' THE WISP. factors that the result would be a ter of northeast quarter, north half of Townsend. 108, ,114.purchaser 115, %24.of Tax 234. CertificateNos. 244. dated
;: jrMt s t: conservative. lorce in Amer. very aggressive market and upward quarter and southeast quarter the 6th day of June, A. D. 1904 has
from a spell of sickness. Dont't Kick at Your Own Town. of southeast quarter section 13, filed said certificates, In my office, and
I-4II'iubllC". life, ihe peerless leader movement of values. This has so far northeast -quarter block 9 all of
:.. ,' .. Mrs. H. V Porter is quite sick. We cannot understand why a man ; has made application for tax deed to
...tfc$ greatest..American! citizen. failed to show itself, causing disap- block 15, lots 2 and 4, block 17, all of Issue In accordancewith law. Said
Miss Bessie Porter of this place
will persist in living In a town whichhe block 18 one-fourth certificates embrace" the following described
.- $nomination: will be receivedTjjfc pointment and some anxiety. The east block 20, -
has accepted a position in Hawhorneas Is always abusing, says the Jas- Cline's sub of northeast quarter of property situated in Marion
wherever feature is undoubtedly the
applause distressing
county, Florida to-wit: Southeast
clerk. northwest section 18 town-
t:|| ,:are: democratic hands hearts ., _ per Banner. He ought to go off In lack of strong foreign support. American ship 15 south quarter range 22 east., quarter qf section 8. north half of
the woods somewhere and build a southwest quarter, southeast quarter
1ijjji,4iffigs. :.Colonel Watterson is a Following, the Flag. consumers are large buyers, but The said land being assessed at the southwest quarter of section 34, and
tijji tAmerican; traveler, too. town of his own and to suit himself; i they cannot keep bn buying without the date of the issuance of such cer. .northwest quarter of northeast quarter

the life of cannot see why tificate in the name of Yarn & Mc- :of section 35, 12 south
When our soldiers went to Cuba and for us we and the township range
hotels and cessation exporters'general
the porters '
eitai1ieen ,
$' I.the Philippines health was the most will live in a town and con Neil. H. W. and Sarah Wood, E. L. 25 east, and lot 4 of section 2%, and 7.50
;. : y"cities. He is a conservative important consideration. Willis T. anyone ly report an indifference abroad that Land, .M. Wallace, W. G. Williams, chains east and west on west side of

:a/preservative force. Morgan retired commissary sargeant, tinually kick and grumble about the is not gratifying to\those hoping for .Ella Lewis and parties unknown. Un- lot 1 of section 27, and lot 3 of section .
U. S. A.. of Rural Route No. 1, Concord place. It does not help them to dispose 27, and northeast quarter of"south
less said certificate shall be
te,has given mucu of his life and improved values. The ,present basis, re-
N. H.. says: "I was two years In east quarter of section 35, township IS
\::Carts' of speech to the demo- Cuba and two years In the Philippinesand of their property, and if they 57 1-2 cents, it is claimed, is not remunerative demed according to law tax deed will south, range 25 east The said land be-
'\;;. .-. being subject to colds. I took Dr. own any, nor does it gain them any issue thereon. on the 24th day of July ing assessed at the date of the Issuance .
). /party, King's New Discovery for Consumptionwhich to the producers A. D., 1906.Witness of such certificates in the name :
!k has advised, remonstrated with kept me in perfect health. And friends. No town suits everybody, cf fh *loss of production by the rains. my official signature and of J. B. Swan Swan & Henly, Mrs. S.

"M" implicated several presidents. now. In New Hampshire we find it and if you find tnat you do not like While the factors are. positive that seal this the 20th day of June, A. D., B. W. Morris F. B. Wood, and un-
better medicine than any in the world the town are living in, the best 1906.. known. ,Unless said cicUflcates!! shall.b&.._
Bellas' been as steady in his con for coughs, colds, bronchial troubles you there will be a loss to the crop that redeemed according law, tax deed
(seal S. T. SISTRUNK
1: ( sa weather vane. and all lung diseases. -Guaranteed at thing for you to do is to quietly leaveit. cannot be made up,, the large buyers Clerk Circuit) Court, Marion County, will Issue thereon on the 9th. day of
Price' 50 ets. July, A. D. 1906.
Tydings & Co.. druggists. will
the probab-
: If do people
fjhaa_ the star-eyed goddess in his and $1.00. Trial bottle free. inGRAINS you seem to be indifferent to this phaseor Florida. 6-22.. S Witness my official signature and

:Jt.thI: $ moment. bne needs to Great interest is being taken feel that the hot dy weather coming seal this the 6th day if June" A. D..
FROM GRINER FARM. the state in the suit now
throughout matters to larsedegree. NOTICE. 1906.Seal
::11.0 longer.. The time is come. on will square a ) S. T. SISTRUNK, -
:: and'Watterson the Peerless being heard at Lake City in the circuit This difference of opinion exists Clerk Circuit Court I ;
., Notice is hereby given that on the 5 ;
t" .; Mr. Rawls and family of Fellowship court of the third district, affecting 6-8 C Marion County :Florida.
..:"' : &e. Fearless; wise youth and every year when the rainy :season 2nd day of July, A. D.,, 1906, I '
have been visiting Mrs. Rawis'parents the Buckman bill. The corpo- Lace twelve o'clock there will be
; ful age; two tongues and pens sets in. Even if the factors at noon

: ( ;:two editors, travels s. lecturers at this place. ration of Lake City and F. B. Moodie, the right end of the question the reports sold at Public Auction, In front of the i / NOTICE.

the. Mr. Lum Luffman and sister, Ages a citizen of Columbia, county, have of bad weather and SO'1 woods clerk's office, In Ocala, Florida, all of '

; .... enjoyed a pleasant trip across in bill that Injunc- the old court house chairs benches and In the Circuit Court In and For Mar
> .- I.rought a operations have so
.. said
.;. :'r. and interrupted other things belonging to the : ion County, Florida.
; ",Found a Cure for Dyspepsia.i. country to Fort King and return Sun- tion issue restraining the removing of far failed to bring the results that court house, which are not now in use -

4JS.. Lindsay, of Fort Wiliams. the University of Florida, formerly -when, the re nor necessary to be kept in service in In Re Estate of A. C. Johnson.
||'"Quarto,:Canada, "who has suffered day.Miss Jones of Oak will leave Wednesday were expected by them the.new. apartments.S. Notice is hereby given that on the
:'qe1te a Camber of years from dyspep- known as the Florida Agricultural I oils first came in. T. ISTRUNK 5th day of December, A. D. 1906,
. ......,,:u4 .great pains In the stomach, for Illinois, where she will College, from Lake City to Gainesvilleor still net possible to the undersigned administrator of the :
... advised All in all, it is Clerk of the Board of County Com
by her to takeainberIatn's
druggist some time with relatives. the estate of A. C. Johnson, deceased. will
!_ Stomach and Liver Tab- spend any other place; asking that say that tin futuro for :;?*.*:ts turjntille missioners. 6-22. present my final return, accounts and

lW. ,She did so and says, "I find thatWbave Tawny Mane wishes her a pleasant law famiiariy known as "the Buckman is at all bright Fyicctnliens! vouchers, and apply for final dischargeas
done me a great deal of declared in conflict with the GUARDIAN'S NOTICE "* ANNUAL administrator of said estate.
bill" be rUht al<
geod.;; I have never had any suffering trip.Rev. have been disappointed rg SETTLEMENT. F. M. TOWNSEND,
.$_ I began. troubled Graham preached an Interesting constitution of the United Stateesr -
using them. If 'h.s spring sad sw nl"r' till toe: Administrator of the Estate A. C.
,;3 dyspepsia or indigestion why not sermon at the school house and praying for an order decreeingthat t'rat h -\1.t I Johnson deceased. 61Gm
'these, tablets, get well and stay wh old I'- advance Notice is hereby given that on the Martin. _Mav _28th.906._ .
"- lV'orsale,_ by *U druggists m Sunday afternoon.We the University of Florida,' formerly R cents nave decide* in* hel1r 22nd day of August, A. D. 1906. I .nn. --v n .n

t.-* understand that school is tobegin known as the Florida Agricul- I( f the Epot market so if und will arareii'v at the court house in Marion county NOTICE T I IIn
1 Heroism
of the Women.
f:1; : soon. It seems extremely warm tural College and located at Lake be considerably the pace's Florida, undersigned as guardianfor -
; the minors, Katie Mal McIntyre; the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial .
j Inmost, the last of those who area for such work to commence. City, is still in existence there. It is :Yy '.r'cir sales'of futures f.r tnosoftmr and Helen McIntyre, will present my Circuit of Florida In and for..

, 'rd'' d .'honor for their. heroism at The evident purpose of the "pow understood that a thorough test of months. It is not to be gainsaid that accounts and vouchers *o the Hon. S S- Marion County-In Chancery,
.l'"' is to be made, and that it : 60 Joseph Bell county judge in and for -
the case
jfS VrancIsco the and of'the trade thought
are women, ers that be in effecting the substitution the bulk and make annual Thomas M. Wilson Complainant, vs.
will be carried to the highest tribunal the Marion county my Mrs. Anna Lee Wallace Wadlow.. 5 -
"feia.1y' the trained Its assured as practically i
; <. nurses. of Claude L'Engle for Hilson as I cents was settlement as guardian of the said
I and T. M.Wadlow, Defendants-
Myed ,that no others showed such the "dens exmachina" of the Talla. In the ountry before it is finally; disposed lowest price of the season and the minors .:_ Order ,for Constructive

. i cQ a such unflinching courage as hassee administration has aroused ofSt= Augustine Record. fact that the market has been ruling Dated June 19, 1906.A.. I Service. -

} 1c G call was awaited, but they the widespread desire to see John ly dislike to see you--leave but if two to two and a half cents below As Guardian for Katie. MCINTYRE.Mat and Helen rIt -ordered -that- the defendants :

. ;, btfor. the wounded and walked that for some time now has here named to-wit: Anna Lee Wallace
'--" Collins, of the True Democrat, sus- blow around about your going to ,price McIntyre, Minors.C229t.. :
you t Wadlow and T. M. Wadlow be and
; to the out
'scenes that
even strong men pessimistic
tamed in his laudable ambition to given a
leave and seem to think that they are hereby required to appear to.
J1. .endure the sight of and I look. Producers are still far from beIng GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLE.
publish a daily edition of his excell- town will to the bow-wows when the bill of complaint In this cause on .
*;'bkh go of the woods" and. we ventura WENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE or before
," J ran away. It is to be hoped that "out .
newspaper. you go, you may feel pretty certain I -- Monday, the 2d day of July, 1906. ,
jlfce, good done by that band of de his hold and fearless courage is demanding that your leaving will please the to 'repeat some good sound sense Notice is hereby given that on the ItIs farther ordered that a copy of

3 '-WOmen is not to estimated, clean governamental methods from a recent circular tetter issued 27th of December A. D., 1906. this order be published once a week
coming.A day
people far more your for four consecutive weeks In the Ocala
; -Ii only just beginning to be well-known factor .ge house. It house in Marion county,
in the interest of the whole people from a at the court Banner, a newspaper published in said

: ; wceted and- put on record. Duehas has made for him a sufficient Conundrum.The said: Florida, the under signed as guardianfor county and state. -
thp. the minors. Katie :Mal McIntyre. This 31st day of May, 1906.
: been Funston and few years pro-
given to enable election was "For the past
number of powerful friends Nassau county
and Hellen Mclntyre wi. present my (Seal.) S. T. SISTRUNK-
: .hI! lds. for their work. The police him to effect his purpose.-St.. Augustine decided by Judge Can against the application duction of naval stores has been extremely accounts and vouchers to the Hon Cferk Circuit Court, Marion County

,.- ,, men have figured largely in i Record.' for a writ of mandamus on profitable to those engaged in Joseph Bell, county judge in and for Florida. By H. C. Sistrunk. D. C. -

I :%;'.-rS atches. The doctors have behalf of Candidate McGiffiin, who that enterprise, and this has led to. Marion county, and:make my final 0-6-1 T. GREEN. Complainant\ Solicitor.

: [;;*.*. "<'4een. velooked, but the nurses The Suber Peach. > claimed to have been "counted out" undue extravagance in the} conductof settlement and apply of for the final said discharge minors --
as guardian MASTER'S SALE.
. ..: .:"Itt1laWalt1ng.> their share of the Mr. J. P.-Mace the peach king of by the local committee. The decis- that business in more ways than. from the said court. I ,

'glory of fearless and skillful Lake Helen left at the Record office ion positively sustains the former attitude one for Instance: Higher wagespaid, Dated June 19th 1906. Under and by virtue of a final decree

!: -Buffalo News.Dishonoring this week a-basket of as fine peachesas of the state committee followed the laborer and more unsatisfactoryservice A. MCINTYRE; rendered on.May 28th 1906 in a
: wherein J. M. Meffert -
I" and Helen suit was com
of Katie Mat
As guardian
r__ we ever saw. They were of the by that body in refusing to take received In return therefor; 6-22-6m plainant and Wilton Myers, et ux
t; Minors.
I I McIntyre
t ,* Washington. the laborer to secure his I were defendants I, as special master
Suber variety, large and beautiful cognizance of this same contest, because advances to -
: ,Rev Mr. David Steele rec- a appointed therein. will offer for sale
colored. They were gathered in the the decision of the county committee services, thereby accumulating : A CaYd. before the court house door In the city .-

: )he fashionable. parish of St. shipping stage a week previous, .and Is final under the provisions of large and doubtful asset;, extreme: of Ocala on Monday, July 2. 1906,' between
:: Philadelphia, took part in the timber lands and tim June 16th, 1906. the hours of 11 o'clock a. m and
!.'! on exerctses at Valley Forge were just good, mellow and ripe, section 16 of the primary law. Aid prices paid for To Whom it May Concern: z.o'clockpo m. of said day, the, follow-
.- .. ready for eating. Now that ,the ship- now' comes the St. Augustine Record ber; increase in personal We, the subscribers to this instrument ing described real property:
.. -ratio. day and astonished the factors we nave a Lots 8 and 9, located In the south-
ping season is about over Ms son, and asks what becomes or the arbitrary tU 'es. As your of writing, have known Mr. R.
west of the northwest quarterof
.:_ by announcing that General Loring left this week for Tivola. Ga., action of the state committee very close Interest in your welfare E. T. Ellison for at least ten years section corner twenty-six, township IS

who comes down to us at this time to and know him to be a good citizen south, 21 east, containing four
packing range
where he has charge of the changing its rulings so as to assume and feel it proper
for his
_- :saintly memory, was not a We urge and always a good provider acres more or less. Surveyed by J. R. _
houses of an extensive peach grower jurisdiction of suen contests, directly sound a note of warning. family he pays his debts and as to Moorhead January 19th. 1905 In Marifc

.z a good man. This distln- and snipper of that, section-De Land in defiance of the law and of JudgeCall's upon you the necessity of conductingyour his Integrity and veracity we know on County, Florida. or so much thereof

divine has a deeprooted na- Star business with the -closest *nd nothing to .the contrary; he has al- as may be necessary. to satisfy tt<*
Record. decision. Titusville .
t said decree, costs and -
: !; Prejudice to overcome* Rector cutting down ex ways been 'a man to help build up -
strictest economy, W. K. ZEWADSKL JR.. -
eitadms. that the "father of his Bloom. a courteous and eliminating schools and churches; he is what we Special Master.
Nothing is more calculated to make Max young penses to the minimum call a public spirited man in this com *
tr7wu W. K. ZEW ADSKl
an "ideal country gen- from Ocala. Is now in expendi
unpopular: the primary system- of, salesman altogether unnecessary munity. Complainant's Solicitor.
i- bat eays that he would rather nominations than the campaign now' charge of the Factory and Mills Syndicate tures. Factors have been yery liberalin E. A. MCDONNELL. 6-t: -

'tha hounds"1 on Sunday than going on In Georgia. It is the "worst store. Mr. Bloom says It Is the extending financial assistance. to W. T. CRAY

: W a seat In church" and ever,' intention of ,Mr. Handelsman proprietor the large; majority of the producers J R., B.C. EPPERSON EPPERSON, ;

:_ $coainandertn-chief of the of the store to continue In business during the period of extravagance Wm HARRIS. tU .. -J'

: pe..we,\' .have JOHN HARVEY W/1nJ TEED ;

.!, ; ,,managed somehow to returned from Washington reports end a large stock of goods Is now In ., ue"' 1 tsomeSdeee i-. :>;: "";:> :0.pa.ssed'1an.d ;;to Have known'hijn six years.M ... J BY ABANK1
: !, Independence of the colo- that the "Bryan wave" has struck the transit.Mr; Handelsman Is expected. blame i @ p s f \ UftlpOB1 11o -.* DEPOSIT
J -.. :. and, himself a place capital and that It seems to be gaining back next week from HoUSprings. Extensions ofredit wflUbe '''iI1br I.This no inan"RE troubler"*\T.,EJLUson has givenme ..*.1'j I ;.. 5,000 takea R. ..-i.Jt; .Notes '

, 'affections of the people strength and. volume.- -Tampa where he has been recuperating for closely scrotialzed hereafter- con- 'j S ,17 M; MATHEWS ;nd eheaptst on earth.- Dont delay. Writ o.day.GEQgGi&4USAMABUIMECOt.LEEaCUJi&.' "I :.

to' be lasting. i Tribu e. I timeStark: Telegraph; .the expalsion sl1oul,, ., .' '.
Vaction: yaihe Ji;

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r Tis two before ,a steer big. rtiF '
', ;. The hens lay every day. --

: Alfalfa takes three years to spread,,

A horse as colt four years is fed, 4lP
'r The hens lay every day .- I

r, Afield. of grain.just once we reap, -- ,.
i *A'yearly fleece take off our sheep. d BRON-

.' The hens lay every day. --

k .; A.few weeks yield the honey store

'men blossom,. fruit.and au are o'er. -
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- .' /c CTie hens lay every day. .
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For other things too long we wait,
L' Our life is short, and payday late. 'e !
Wholesale Grocer
1 'The' hens lay every- day.Fanning. World. I 0 I .

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Strong' Demand for Commons, and -- : .. 'iII<
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2 They Keep Climbing Up. ;:'>-. '. .

;; Savannah, June 23 Rosins are the E ,"' ) ''"".JT._ ..:". -. -':"<._. c". ..".-- :':' -'', -.," .;: Ocala I PI 0 Od a. ; ':" ."., .'
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bright spot at present and more par.. :'
r ticularly the common grades, which ., . 4 'r.,.
make up a large part of the receipt .... a ', )
The recent losses along the whole -.
line have been in a considerable degree I ... .
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recovered. The first part of the : ,- ,. .. ,., .::.
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week the situation weak with i '. .j
saw -- .. "
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sharp declines, but a reaction came : ...... : : .' :.':{ j

promptly the prices, ,and the showed at losses the in comparison close more last than night with recovered ] i < "- : ,: ; :::. ,: ;::: ;: : '.( ::, .:_' : -'-5t' -*;.:- ,ai-e 4.-V"--: r '- *"=---*-.<_<-*- : .*'-'_<" .: : 1.' : t.>: ,. :>*- f.': :: \ 'I

..' those of the previous Friday night .
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: decline of 5 cents on waterwhite, ad. .. : '. ..: ..
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, ;- ivances of 5 cents on windowglass, 25 __ ". .. I !
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to 20on, E. The receipts for the ----. l."t' "" ,..-. __I>
1i" week at" Savannah were 14,150 ba .' ,.\;,<:i',:'.";"Y"." ," .-:, j
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rels and the posted sales were 11,30, -,
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< ; of which 2,081 were pales 1,595 med ARE YOU SELLING ,.:i". o." :' t
: urns? and 7,633 H and below. Con : '

mons continue the, strength of tbe :: ,l'i.t: :; .
market. The demand for them falls F .
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little if any short of phenomena _. ,0 ;. '.j".' ,-
They are carrying the other grades 1 In (..' .:
".. magnificent shape. The despised con ..- ,, .= .
mons of the past are the much-sougl .. ,' "
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after of the present) and have become ., "
the on which .he vl\'ues .-, .. '. '. : '.
cornerstone .
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of upper grades are apparently &US'; "P urina Feed"yZ
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tained. The very days that pals '

I went advancing off this and week the saw recovery the cumuion of the E:: .. .'; ,: ;' :" : < \"4>;

losses on the top grades was appai ::. ):' :.:" ':' 'tr'J- P ', : ?

_' ently.brought about by the ?aernesof '
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buyers to get low grader. Alt( ::/ ; Is
If Not You Should "R :
gether the position of the dark' [ .J Try ; :" -

qualities is the most remarkable CVP ,
known to the trade, and yet higher :: >) :. ., : **
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j values seem in store for them. The
:k i'' ,.fact that- the crop of pales will b t Shipment. '. \: > '_ : ;>

practically marketed within a short [ ,

: .---. time now does riot seem. to give any {i .- i

additional strength to'the situationsfar : () .

," as they are concerned.- Common < -, .. /:
rule the roosl and pales are playiu;

,.'- second fiddle.. A tremendous (chang i It keeps mules and feedper. : >
,; has certainly come over' trade c f\.ldi. \ up
.'.' tlons as to rosins within the lI ?t.few
::' years. ..... .
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i : '- WATERMELONS- INACTIVE. E : : bills down. .. . q >

.: Trade at Good Chicago'as-Anticipated., Has Not Been as [: t. i : '; ;'::7 ; ::' ; "7 :' ,: ,

2 Chicago, June 23--Although the ..- "
weather has been rather cool tor c r ; -
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; : watermelons, the trade bas been !!l.ir.. ..- .. .. 1. 'W2E -
but not as strong as tie dealers ar r '

ticipated .or ''desired Outside pilot : ;':: See that this cut is

that there \ors F7.N'
ta.fe,begun to buy so "
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better feeling in the market. SI '
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Louis reports a stronger den:and far :, -
melons. Eastern cities are now callin) ; <,;.: .. .
for melons and if warm weather fo'. ; -U

lows, it is expected that a' mid E : on sick (( / \b .
stronger market wilt"result.. Texas h:1i1 ; every _. ;:
' begun shipping, although her prolu.?t 1::: : i:1 i\ .: ;
is not In the local market this weel. :: ; >" .' .- f i:, "Z1_ .
I: ,St. torts had a few cars which eU., _-_ ,..."...'. ."'''' pW/l.
rot Tw5ve the attention givea to th e ...... .OJ
Florida article. The stock was long;; ,.- .. \ .
nn! the calls seemei: for l-o Icr the ... : ;::' V '. ,

t round It is reported that Texas wil j"c-:;; :: : : '
i have but ,little over one-fourth of ;at. Send'Us ::
.: crop. Next week it is expected that Your Order. t 1; : :, '
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the, shipments from Florida will be L' ; : : c,
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keavy. 'f" '
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$i Were Shipped Week-Crop--from Is Valdosta Late. Las ,' t Prompt Delivery at Low Prices, i i'

Valdosta Ga., June 25.-The firs
cantaloupes of the season were ship i < *\ i :

ped from here Saturday and daily; : :x H-f" ; ,

shipments are being made now. T. 11., ..... .We Sell Dealers .... "
45 crates to New Yorl to Only .
Smith shipped "
i ,: and he expected to get good return. :: c ,' /: ', <, :.:;; Pr ii; >:: .

from them. ; \ ; '
:' The crop here is behind last year, [ ; ,1 { < ', < -
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both of cantaloupes and watermelons ';i .
a The watermelon crop which usuall; : "
comes in between Florida and Soutl \ for business '
Carolina will come along with the \ '

..; ".. Carolina crop.this year ,
J. A.: Dasher ,of this city, is .jus .....
: back from, South Carolina, where h<: ..... .
_i lias been looking"into conditions there,, ''-
and he says that the Georgia grower I
.,a -will have a hard time of it matin g:., s--

T;; .. ;-ans'ntoney unless they are very care" I..-... oRours
1/' ful about marketing their crop.
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y. '- The soil Of the garden or of thE, O
: ;n_. field should be worked 'over ever; 'I----'

} .;: ,..lime it rains and packs the surface,. .....
;: no as to form a mulch to preserve:
:5 .' moisture. The crust evaporates thE< \

4 .moisture very rapidly and retard*,; :: .

.. the growth of vegetation. The fininj "

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