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: March 15, 1907
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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{ .... ........... *...++.................. #THE BAND AND THE BAND CON.I Mr. W. L. Jordan, a prominent citizen -

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i. i OUR FIRST SHIPMENT OF j: j:i.i ;j i I I r As band we stated has been-before thoroughly the Ocala reorganized Cornet --.pleasantly section. in Ocala quartered Monday at the and Montemma. was- I i Business Connections

and will give a band concert !, I

I at the armory next Friday night. *
II I; The concert is given as a band ben.efit There are more popular places than J! profitable to BOTH SIDES are lasting. We make ; ;
.Jh; BASEBALL : and the proceeds will be used in Ocala and worse in some respects, at f l ourselves worth as much to our patrons as they are to J

the purchase of new music and other least, if they are more popular. New 2

things indispensable for its use. We York might be named as one. Mr. us. That's how we keep old friends while making ; ;
: are largely indebted to the band for new ones. i
:Marcus: Frank, who has just returned
i Has arrived and i the pleasure vouchasfed to us in our I
we can a purchasing trip, says that he
. little city and especially for the free struck a blinding blizzard when he i MUNROE & CHAMBLISS i

open air concerts it delights us with ,
i fill orders landed there and on his departure
i i the
your promptly. I during summer season and we :
: hope that the forthcoming concert left a blizzard behind him. BANKERS i

Ht .. will be largely and heartily patron ''I : OCALA, FLORIDA. ; :

THE ized. Mr. E. F. Carpenter, of Worcester !
T I I Mass., who his 44.4..1/...... ...................................
i Roster of the Band. spends winters at 1. ------ ---- __
y 1 II i The following is the roster of the East-Lake-on-LakeWeir, was in Ocala -- I

f J)ostoll, i ) t + !:band: Monday for the first time this season, Still Boring-for Oil. ........11.11............ 1 I'

lH I : Cornets. Gerig, Condon, Tucker, and was pleased with out growth. Mr. i
A :Mr.: J. W. Pearson general BIGGEST LINE
J a :Fleming, Taylor, Lohrig, Bishop; clair- Carpenter came to East Lake about the Pearson Oil and Gas ,

+ : r>net Fishel, Hale, Durand; altos Borden twenty years ago and has been coming has never lost faith in his company ultimate

Harder, Williams, Ten Eyck; ten-
ttSara regularly ever winter since and triumph in the oil fields of Florida, OFIwATEJ
ors, Mathews, R., Weihe; slide trombone -
?4N144 "4444" ." ." ." ." ..." '.."0440.1 |. Bouvier; baritone, Mathews, F.- he likes) it better and better every and has recently gone to work with !

.4...4...4..............................t..Jh B-flat bass, Nash; tubas, Rumsev, season. The past season he came as? renewed vigor and determination and I I I

.- .. ------ Yonge; snare drum. Martin, bass .early as November and expects to re- if any oil is in Florida he will get a I II

I i''drum and cymbals, Robinson. main some time vet. We are glad to I flowing well or know the reason why i j
Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. II I Mr. J. R. Joselyn, one of the "old Mr. Pearson is not inspired by '
1 him '
Managing commiuee: B. F. Borden,, see looking so well. any
(landmarks," of East Lake Weir, was !i hot air doings. lie has abundant evidence
R. D. Mathews, A. E. Gerig. --
: shopping in Ocala Monday.Mr. Miss Jefferson Bell the bright news- of the existence of oil but the I}
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. ; Musical director: A. E. Gerig.
great difficulty in the way is the tre-
: Friday Night's Programme. paper correspendent and who was a I r
.mendous flow of water and the prob-
:: E. W. Clements, one of Dunn- 1 The following is the splendid pro delegate to the State Press Association j
Mr. A. A. McCranie of Tampa, wasa lem he and his experts hare to solveis
ellon popular business in that will be at its recent in FOR
men was j gramme given Friday meeting Key to
pleasant visitor to Ocala Tuesday. separate two. If they are
Ocala Monday and was registered at j night. West has returned and stopped over successful in so doing we think we

the Montezuma hotel. i j 1. March-The ISth Regiment.-F. in Ocala before her return to Talla can in a short
very time report a flowing
Mr. O. B. Howse, clerk at tte Parnellez.j .lDU[! AND CfNIlfMIN[(

Ocala House is at home nursing a j I j 2. Overture-From Dawn to Twiligh.C. hassee. She had bought her ticket oil well in the near viicnity of ,.

for Cuba but at the last moment decided I Ocala.
t,. q case of well developed mumps. Wiley's chocolates and bon bons W. Bennett. -
( The samples of oil he has
N not tq go as the boat was so on exhibition
N and assorted chocolates, also candy 3. Selection.-The Prince of Pilsen.
crowded. said are very fine and is said to be
She the
)lr. and Mrs. Louis Horn have gone brittle at the Anti-Monopoly:: drug Gustav Lauders, arranged by J. :M.: newspaper of a superior article.It .
to Battle Creek Mich., where they go store. [Fulton. fraternity had'a splendid meeting and

for the benefit of Mrs. Horn's health. j 4. Sextette from Lucia.-Donizette, the 'Island City" made a complete --
is said that Gen. Albert Gllchrist, I
I arranged by L. P. Laurendeau. capture.Mr.
The new Baptist paper printed at 5. Cornet Solo.-The Commodore the "Gentleman from DeSoto,' has I
Dr. L. Montgomery, the noted physician I
of Micanopy, was among the distinguished DeLand by Dr. Lincoln Hully, president -(Polka.-W. Paris Chambers, by Mr. J. F. Gaffney, of Holder, was i made a million dollars by a recentrec.1 I

arrivals at the Montezuma II of Stetson University, has four- :j H. Waterson Tucker. one of the guests of the Montezuma !I estate:: deal In Waycross:: (!a. lie TAE JEWELER.

j jesterday. teen editors. I j C. "Tid Bits."JGrand Comic Opera" hotel Monday. In the early days of will need some of it next year to

:i\Iedley.-E. Beyer. satisfy that gubernatorial IJt"e.-Whlte
j :I phosphate Mr. Gaffney owned some .+.*+.++...+++..++......+.

J Mr. Frankie Potts, Mrs. FrankIe Ii Mr. R. P. Priest has moved from j Intermission.: fineproperty in the suburbs of Ocala Springs Herald. .

Potts and Miss Helen Potts, cf Atlanta Dunnellon to Mountbrook. He keeps I 7. March.-Happy Heinle.-J. Bode- and was thought at one -- ---- ----- -- -- -- -- -

formed a pleasant party at the ;posted on what is going on Marion I walt Lampe. time that we could claim him as a cit-I

Ocala House jesterday. j county through the columns of threi !, S. Selection.-Babes in Toyland. +*.04...4..........*..44 44..+..+. +++...+....+V+.+..
izen but his
phosphate interests lured :
i Ocala Banner.Mr. Victor Herbert, arranged by H. L. -
i ifA i Clark. i 1''11 away from us. However, his i!

Mr- l'G. Eagleton, of Baltimore, :} 9. Waltz.-Daughter of Love.-C. W. M' :nds here are always glad to see I
14" orW. S. Bt-asley, of Jacksonville, and j:' Arthur Harris, of Valdosta, and ,.Bennett. !him in our midst. i i Adding New Accounts ; ;

i Mr. and Mrs. Wiles, of Indianapolis party of friends went autoing down i I
Ito 10. Baritone Solo.! -
-Long, Long Ago.IH.
: are among the Ocala House arrivals. Silver Springs yesterday and had I I.
la delightful day. Mr. Harris and his i Round arranged by H. Prell
1 friends of the Ocala Housi\ ::ville.Mr.. Frank Mathews We
are guests are constantly adding new j
i 1i Mr. 1-:. B. Redfield, the Philadelphia I(!I 11. O\'erture.-The Sky Pilot.-.\.. M. Sunday afternoon at the home of | ;

1 produce handler, was at the Montezuma -I 'Laurens. the bride, :Miss :Maud: Needham and ac-I
I Mrs. Coleman and two little boys are counts and business is increasing :
j Sunday. Soon the vegeablc i 12. Medlay! SE- t'ction.Sou the r n Mr. James Morris were quietly married : our ;

; handlers will be in our midst in visiting Mrs. Winer, and will remain I}[Plantation' Songs.-Arranged by L. ,
J by George H. Harrison.
for several days. Mrs. Coleman is the |
bunches. i Conterno. ]i a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you 11
I wife of the former pastor of the ;j' Miss Needham is the second daughter -i
Tickets sale and be
: Christian church in this city and who I on seats may re- of Mr. Thomas Needham and has

Mr. J. A. )Mclver who has been: a since leaving Ocala has spent several |i served at Ocala News Co. Admission many friends in Ocala who wish her I|i| might be glad to join us. e <. e

guest of the Glenwood hotel for several !'50 cents; children, 25 cents. .
years in Texas and is now pastor much happiness.Mr. .
months, has bought the Holly cottage -- I
of to church at Tampa. i Morris nohas
on Lime street just south of the iI i .Mr. and Mrs. William Fant, and a position in

Gates' house, and will make it his i''Mrs. D. B. Morrison of Morriston, I I Tampa. The happy couple left on the I

home. Rev. J. S. White, the former pastor ,Fla., and Mrs. K/A. McKay, of Bingham afternoon train for that city where i COMMERCIAL BANK

I of the Christian church, accompanied l I S. C. were among the Ocala they will reside in the future. aT

by Mrs. White, spent Sunday in :House arrivals yesterday. Mrs. Mc- :

", We had a very pleasant visit yesterday ,Ocala with friends. Mr. White left !!Kay is Mrs. Morrison's mother and HarrisonRichardson.Sunday :T| OCALA, fL :
; from Mr. Goldwire Harrell, of
Monday for Bowling Green, south '!! she has been spending several days I..t .
.f/ Camilla Ga., who is here gatheringup i evening at the home of 4..6....4.4............... .......................4..
Florida, where he will begin a protracted i Morriston on a visit and is now on
statistics for the Georgia Florida .
her Mrs. Sue Richardson South I -- ----- -- -
service tonight lasting for a her way back to South Carolina on Pond
Lumberman's Association. :Mr.: Har I
'home. :Mrs.: :Morrison's: husband is a street, her youngest daughter, Annie I f
fortnight. Mrs. White will remain in
rell is a splendid gentleman and is jA I Word About Greenwood Cemetery.i Hymerual.
very large turpentine and mill opera-I Pearle and Mr. Alexander Harrison i I i
thoroughly posted in all matters relating Ocala during the while with friends. -
tor and lands far down I I
owns as as
quietly married.
to lumber affairs. were
r- the
Editor Ocala Banner
I Tampa. He runs a big sawmill and : I At the home of the bride's nioti.fr,
J Mr. MI.. J. Roess, the popular young turpentine farm at Morriston. Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Harrison left on the j i' Mr. Editor: Ever since last sum- !Mrs. Sue RichariI! n. Ivy Pearl, neryounJt'St

Mr J. M. Barco, who is temporarily lumber broker, has purchased :Mr.: W.J. ;j Fant operates a store and farm and ,night trains for Tampa and St. Petersburg :!mer the well in Greenwood cemeteryhas daughter was quietly mar

residing at Tampa, was visiting the where they will theirhoneymoon. been only a hole in the ground.
Crosby's interest in the big mill at its j doing a large business.:: He is well spend sled to Mr. Alewndtr J. Hansen of
family at ''Sunny Slope Farm," and : I .. There may be water in it, but it Is as
Jacksonville. Fla. !
Martin and will now operate fame !known in Ocala, having attended on Sunday even Ig
flayed over Sunday. He says that a inaccessible as if it were at Silver
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison will residein March 10th 1907.
alone. In connection with his busi- school here and his friends note his
rain Is imperative. He is not unmindful Springs. Time and again appeals
ness as a lumber broker the two businesses I prosperity with a great deal of pleas Tampa, where Mr. Harrison will The groom is a !uol.ebed gentleman
of the pleasant things the news have been made to the Cemetery Com-
ure. Mr. Fant says that more vegetables conduct a hotel. and full of life, prkl'ng humor and
fit into another all
papers of the state are saying about one right pany to have the well cleaned outland has if fries.to
are planted in his neighborhood : a happy faculty ( waking
and we are glad that Mr. Roess is
him. I
the drawing contrivances repaired
wherever L. <**. lie has business
than usual and if a rain comesat g
building! up such a fine business. |I The Woodmen Unveiling.A so that those who plant flowers
ability. He managed a hotel In A
: any time within reason the truckers '
Profu. Rolfs and Scott, of the United f will strike it rich for further south land shrubbery to beautify the last lanta for some time and has a business
States Animal Mrs. I popular and commendable fea- !resting place of our dear and sacred
Department of Industry Brown At Home. the crops have been killed by the protracted interest In Jacksonville and goes to

were in Ocala yesterday try drought. We understand a ture of the Woodmen is their care of dead may have water at hand to keep Tampa to optn It buslaess there. He

ing to buy the fine bull owned by the Mrs. Abe Brown has issued invitations great acreage is also planted in the their sick comrades and the erectionof alive and growing the flowers and I has- visited Fiance, England, Spate! ,

) Palmetto Stock Farm, but it was no ta an at home for Friday, March northern and northwestern section of a monument over their remains after -I shrubbery. But to all of our appeals Italy, Germany and many other place

SO. Messrs. Munroe & Chambliss the fifteenth. I to the company a deaf ear is turned and five 01
the county. We hope that showers their departure to the unknown of note speaks fluently

have a good thing and don't want to ':will come in time to reward all the shore. or at most an empty promise Is given six different language
turn it Iooe. Returned With His Bride. for their which continues unfulfilled. Best: wishes go with the bride and
* I 'truckers handsomely pluck, The latter, pleasing feature was wit-
I They sell us plots and pass our
and ,groom for a & jc >t'*fuJ aDd haply
(1 I I perseverance. ___ __ nessed by the Fort King chapter here checks into the treasury and then for-
Mr. H. B. Foy of the Ocala Cooperage Mr. C. W. McArthur, of Juliette J I jbft
I last Sunday when a handsome gran-i' all
1 Company, has been joined by Fla., has just returned from Marion,.j I! The Display of Nerve. get; us.
ite shaft erected to the There is but little
was memory encouragement
I Mrs. Foy and all the members of the S. C.. with his bride. He was married' j Taking courage from the final vindication

,. household, and this family will now to :Miss: Nannie Hayes on March 11. i of Sovereign Sands A. Standley to us to try and beautify this sacred of lrefus in Fraae. Colonel
Mr. John R. Avery of Mount Alto, ,and hallowed ground if it is to
become residents of at Greenwood cemetery. dollars -
permanent cur They will be at home at Juliette af- |, S. I. Wallas who put oce million
j little city. We bid them a cordial ter tomorrow. I;Pa., was a pleasant visitor to our sane I: The ritual of this order over a departed through another long summer with in the treasury of Florida, ,.IS1
turn yesterday and we enjoyed his I I i no water on the ground.
; welcome. comrade is sadly beautiful j i appeal to the next legislature for
j visit very much, because we admire I I Then, too, the gate is down and the
i Great Test of Marksmanship. j and on this occasion was especiallyso the payment to him of the um promised
the pluck he has displayed. He hasa I beautiful place is liable to be depredated the
1 Mr. Tommy Saxon and his friend as the officers in charge and the under solemn) contract by
J Mr. R. A. Hinkle, of Long Island, N Everybody must go to the race track', ; twenty-acre grove on Lake Bryant I upon by roaming cattle. reni'ltcted authorities. "The laborer
in this county and a ten-acre day conspired to make it so. The ladies have had strong and
Y., who are spending a part of t*>c this afternoon to see the remarkable groveat !is worthy of his hlre'." In this case.
Moss Bluff. He has spent twentythousand State Organizer Dame presided. handsome posts erected at main entrance -
season at South Lake Weir were in shooting of Mr. and Mrs. Topperwein, especially for the reason the labor r
dollars on these two I Beautiful and impressive and it is time for the
groves now
the city yesterday and say that they of San Antonia Tex. They have made passages helped to enrich the treasury of our
and has not received one penny in j from the ritual suitable for the to have the gate properly.
are having a blooming time at the I the most remarkable records and the occasion I state at a time wbn the fands wet

lake. Sailing, bathing and fishing are shooting world are astonished at their ,dividends, but has spent his money I were read by Past Consul hung. sorely needed Pay ailll the sum due

r all fine. marvelous feats. The admission is right along through frost and sun- !Commander Gottlieb, Advisor Lieu- Will the company do it! We think i him!

free. They use the guns and ammuni- I shine without whimpering because he'j,:tenant White. Past Consul Commander they should, and do it at once. j ,

has faith in ultimately winning ou' We expect to keep at you as long as I
tion of the Winchester Arms
The friends of :Miss: Una Taylor company I Brown and Clerk Sage. It is l estimated that the winter tour
and their shooting is one of the methods .His grove stood the last freeze in a the papers will give us space, until
will regret to learn that she has hada handsomer After the singing of a hymn by I&ll drop $:Qtl lO(1jiI) in Florida annu
most hardy and nann- you do what we think you should.
of advertising adopted by this
slight stroke .of She is ally. We don't get roach of
paralyses. the sovereigns the veil was taken
and now both groves are white with ONE OF THE SUFERERS.
and firm.
t the oldest daughter of )Ir. and Mrs. progressive up-to-date I bloom and the next season he is ex1 1 from the monument. The monument -.. amount but we arc glad to i,ri'ii "htatennnt.

Robert who Atlanta I Most of it goes to Mr
Taylor only moved to -
I about six months ago. The last Mr. Marcus Frank, senior member {pecting; a big reward for his faith.i I:is a square block of granite on a In Honor of Miss Johnson. Flagk-r. but as he spends it all and
hope and courage. We hope that he pedestal of the stone and bears ,
j same -
of the firm of Frank & Harris, who the trampnraf.oa'faculties ;
reports from her was that she was more in improving
.( I will have no more setbacks and that \the Woodman Emblems the Mrs. W. D. Graham complimented I .
I.Q very much better. has been in the great metropolis for name of the tate and "iitif ln8
he will get back the coming season and of the her attractive visitor Miss Louise I lest that
the past fortnight buying the spring i age departed sovereign.The j:the state In many ways. we
;as much as his investments have costjbim.
r Johnson, Asheville, with a picnic I haad +e benefit
: receive *
We had a very pleasant visit yesterday" and summer goods for this popular !!; we; THY
i 1. Jacksonville Times-Union, the at Silver Springs yesterday. j from every dollar there tourists
afternoon from Miss Alice Bul- and growing firm, returned yester- Besides these two Mr. avery I
; groves
lock Jacksonville! Metropolis the Tampa The party drove out to the springs ''ip 'nd. "No pent KP Utica should contract
and her charming cousin, Miss day. The goods he has bought will I has four or five hundred acres of Tribune and the Gainesville Sun four early in the morning and then took a I our powers," BOX obstruct our:
Lillian Wright of :Macon: Ga. who hasbeen
fine round timber. the of which
augment the name this house is establishing price of the most conspicuous newspapers boat ride down to Connor, where a vision either.

her guest for several weeks. more and more and will S has grown many times or his hands. in Florida, are permitting editor delightful fish-fry and lunch was enjoyed ___
Miss Wright has been
quite an acquisition .
entitle it to be called "The Variety." L'Engle of the Tallahassee Sun, to An exchange tays Fairbanks[ thinkshe
to the circles of Ocala
The equality of the states is dearer bulldoze them to a frazzle. If they Those in the party were, Mrs. Holt.
l1'o during her stay and her It expects" to grow along the lines it has tie south solid. Let' we nowDidn't ?
I departure probably to New England than to any can't handle this young man themselves Connor Mrs. W. J. Lohrig. Mrs. W.
will be keenly regretted by those who has maked out until it becomes to I be spend three weeks In Florida
other section of the Abolish
country. why don't they employ somebodywho D. Graham and Miss Susie, Johnson
were fortunate enough' to be thrown Ocala what Siegel Cooper & Co., are in *ltb the late ccdtpcll
:state lines, and New England would can. Albert Williamson mightbe Mr. Will Graham Mr. Allan Bridgesand company

within her charmed influence. to New York. |make only one senatorial district. I open for an engagement. Mr. D. S. Anderson. i ?

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An order will be entered that unless A COMPULSORY PASS BILL.

OCALA BOARD OF TRADE the Attorney-Geeral shall within ten Th following simple horn.-'ma; i I.-

days amend the alternative writ so as The Oregon state legislature has mixture is said to readily relieve and

to conform to the principles announced passed a compulsory pass bill, which I overcome any form of rheumatism In:
!makes it obligatory on the part of ;forcing the kidneys to filter from !!-
in this opinion the motion to quash {i the blood and system all the uric an !i
i !
I WINS ITS CASE AGAINST A. C. L.the alternative writ will be granted. I j trans-portation I !land poisonous waste matter relieving

Shackelford. C. J., and Taylor I and to county judges and sheriffs. (at once such symptoms as backache

Rocker and Parkhill. J. J. for weak kidneys and bladder and bloou
concuring.THE j The bill has gone to the governor I II
I 1 !I diseases.
signature.-Exchange. Try it, as it doesn't cot much > .
USELESS COMMISSION. What do you think of that, ye FlorIda make, and is said to !be abnolur! .>.,

Supreme Court Sustains its Contention That the!' legislators? Is this right? Is it..(harmless to the stomach.

1 1N We call attention to a letter in another wise? Why not go a step further and Get the following harmless tar.-'i.

column concerning the work '1 1 furnish meals lodging and antl- ents (roam any good pharmacy Flit

the Interstate Commerce Commission snake-bite while these officers are i''Extract Dandelion, om-klf ouno-

Railroad Must Repair its Tracks and I:It but carries out the opinions expressed protecting the "interdependent inn-r 'Compound Ka rgoo, one ounce r.mIjwuad ,

n in these columns previously, atl ests" of the people and of the rail- Syrup rsjarHa! tlir

strengthens the belief that the ci- roads? What editor-legislator will introduce .ounces mix by shaking well in !1'01". ,
taki ieax u. ful ati>i -
na Give Better Service. I munity is to hate no great relief a suitable bill at Tallahassee? ,:meal and and again a al diof .41

e I'from the Hepburn bill. Such close Please see that all editors are put on This simple mixture is raid I ;" .. .

observers of traffic matters as E. (.;. an equality with the "i>tatt' and district ;:prompt relief, aad there are \rrt,'"

;Davies, of Chicago have said ptbliely officers."-UeSoto County News. 'cases of rbetiBKktbiu andloll!. V-

al Ocala Started the Movement which Has Resulted'] that the present law is virtually The Ocala Banner was the first'troubles It will Ml lo cure jH-iuun- :

ac useless and was more satisfactory tr> newspaper in the world, perhaps to ,'>.
:railroads than to the public. Anyway ''seriously advocate the enactment of1!1 These are all harmless ,'t..r. udru .

the shippers are getting no relief. a "compulsory; free pas*" law. In t, and your drotfist >.b<>i<:
n in the Law Relating to Railroads them in the #sertptk '
Settling Rates are just as high an'l it return for the franchise given the ;:keep pr depat
: sient : if not. have him order i1 I.',.
looks as though the roads, and not tte' it wantedthe
I, : railroads as public carrier from the wholesale drug house,. Iii'
th I II public, were to be the beneficiaries state to reserve the right of (I rather than fail to use th... ,f e'
Board of Trade a public trust and is also a duty resulting Whether not the you
The Ocala recently ]I or propfrty devoted iof the new law. transportation free over said road ;.vou 3N afflicted :x .

ae began an agitation of the general from a public station, and the j i by a common carrier railroadcorporation Under the guise of the Hepburn for all state officers state troops and i ---

!h subject of railroad: transportation. public may through the AttorneyGeneral -;: to the public service I II bill the railroads have cut off nntA !. state prisoners. The franchise carried .;, HOW TO CURE AN EVIl-

''e and as a result of the effort of the enforce the performance of such which it is authorized to perform is I free transportation, not because they with it great privileges and the I

Board, the Attorney General, W. H. duty by mandamus, whenever no oth- I adequate and is being operated in a fear the law, but because it is a moneymaking 'state ought to have gotten something I I i I A good way I10 let It cure itA ..-!'

'l) Ellis, began mandamus proceedings I er plain and adequate remedy exists." I reasonably safe and convenient manner schemes the publishers 'In return for cheer extraordinary i' thorn! in the desk will yt sure ant

'ri I of a newspaper we have II.s.H* but it will ifeatly : .
of fester, -
grants power.
against the Atlantic Coast Line i i i i e a for the 'proper rendering of such
I passes, but in every instance they Then too there were so much heal and get well.
Railroad Company, and below wet ;public service, may be determined by
"It is a well settled doctrine that a )were paid for by the use of space for said about the great judges of our An evil that cures Itself is t-Dllr".1;
the substance of the of i the courts when the is
give opinion question
'ulo be !I the benefit of the roads granting courts, our legislators and our chief cured. If It is cured by fotc, b,
d the court which proves to be of corporation may compelled by a 'presented by the State through its I them. When the Interstate Commerce executive officers being corrupted by I suppression, by the aid of the slroagarm
writ of
mandamus duty'Imposed
general interest.In perform a I proper official representatives; and I Commission declared that rail- the railroads by the offer of free I( of the law, It will br..k out freth

In the Supreme Court of Florida, En by saatute. The duty need j in determining the question. any legal roads had no right to issue transpor- passes that this paper wanted to remove again in some other place

ut Bane.-January Term, A. D., 1907. not be express; it may be implied. method of ascertaining the ma- tation in lieu of advertising we s!i all suspicions along this line The World give a c*** in Hunt

in The State of Florida, ex rel, W. H. Clearly, when it appears by fair imlplication terial and essential facts may be once believed the ruling contrary f) .and did not know of any more effective Chen Mrs. Warren made her ir'"f

Ellis, as Attorney General, Relator, from the terms of the char. !adopted which i is: best suited to the commercial usage but it looked i" wa than by making a free paw bow' in town she had been well and

II vs. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ter, it is as imperative as if the obligation 1 I case. though the Commission was assisting a matter of right. shrewdly! preas-agented. Aatiwvt

.os were expressed. But as to I I the roads to cut off many unsatisfactory If the laws made a free paas compulsory Comstock and the poker had 1 :

Company, a Corporation, Respondent I corporations quasi-public in charter, ; 0 i f i t L L passes. What right has the Co emission 1-i the temptation for wrong doing headlined for the production eotl)

such for example as those chartered j to say in what manner a road would be instantly removed. There York had been nudged knowingt) !
W The Attorney-General in mandamus In determining whether shall have its par, whether in currency be of
for the of or not the could no longer a suspicion the rilw. ThE'1't'a.. an Inipresniun
ost proceedings alleges that the respond. carriage passengers and !railroad, track, rolling stock and other wheat, flour or' advertising space? corruption and the mind of the average abroad that a upectacuter raid m the

col ent railroad company for more thana I freight, there are decisions which i equipment of a common carrier ![What difference is there whether or voter could not be worked Into a actors and manager would form a feature

a :year has not performed its duty to hold that they owe certain duties to j railroad corporation is reasonably: I not we get $50 from the roads fur ad, white-heat: hthl', suspicion that a of the evening's entertain. ..nt
the public which they may be com vertising and take this same $30:; and I
4 the r-'ablic as a common carrier inoas sufficient and is being maintainedand I man entrusted with a high office had i Sol came the craltb.I .

that its roadbed and track are not pelled to perform, although not enjoined i' operated in safe buy mileage with it, or that the road l been bought soul and body by the corporations -j I "Nothing happened .a .-S| H-I..d .
reasonably and
''j ifhet maintained in a safe and suitable by their charters, either in express 1 I issue the mileage between tweealo-I with so infinitehmal ai'The! play disclosed an aMdcbHit t,>'
adequate condition and is
being man- dum and tweedle-dee?
its terms or by specific implicai i thing as a railroad pass. mess, but no action and lit lie ev"B,,
condition motive and flat
power tion." |aged for the proper rendering of the I The whole Interstate Comm ice We are glad the experiment is being The police did out act until next da.> .
rat box not sufficient in numbers
cars are
e *.1.1I i public service that the corporation i Commission< matter looks to us like a tried in Oregon. It can no longerbe : and then presently the emits deri
ler and that the freights accepted are not I!has undertaken to perform the conditions farce. The California shippers h-id said that any official in that state I that their interference had sot i b-.t

-ootjnel transported with safety and dispatch, "A railroad company is bound at under which the service is being -! an order from this useless Commission; is wrongfully influenced by the offer worth while. People who paid fane-

by reason of which great injury has (common law independently of any I rendered the character and ex-j to have the rates on oranges reduced. and use of a free pass.It prices for seats began to think of 'h'

:lat| resulted to the public. The alrm- statute, to use at least ordinary diligence tent of the service its reasonable re-r i,Did the roads obey the order? Xot a should be the law of every statein much better entertainment they einiLi!

in in procuring of bit of it. They simply said they the Union and of the congress of '
; tine writ commands the.performance a sufficiency quirements and the means, facm- have bought for the 180M) In the
( to all the tendered would not, and to heap further sham the United States.
bar of this duty. cars carry freight .ties, and methods best suited to such j months since tha one eossecutir''perforainnee

bar It is contended on motion to quash it, and certainly all that is accepted 'service is on them the Federal judiciary ordered It would remove at once and forever I: there has been tinspnnx
; common use will be considered the suit to enforce the order with from the minds of the people! aj j
othf the alternative writ that the duty by it for shipment"Iv ling; no new ardor for Mr. Shaw' I.&to'Ifavored
hy the court, together with any I drawn. The people are the sufferers, most ugly and demoralizing suspicion : drama.
an therein alleged is not commanded by
1 other material and pertinent matters I while the railrorias continue to grow ;| 'Mrs. Warren's Profession' -fiAUhout .
fro statute or by the terms of the charters "There can be no doubt of the dutyof '' t
available. rich of exorbitant Look
out rates. : at iKIice interference, Is upprt
tbtedl and that therefore mandamus is a railway company to keep its the companies. Legalized by Florida is in Need ;of Him.It I .
3 0 t 1 i express sing itself. A second week of I he.
not the proper remedy; and further, road in a reasonable state of repair i Congress to extort a high freight original presentation, had it been JT : !
The allegations' of the alternative !
wijvol that the allegations and commands of and in a safe condition; nor is there writ show that for more than a I||from the people, when the first clauseof is no longer necessary for an I Ii witted, would have brought Bights a*

of the writ are so general, vague and any doubt of its duty to so operate it year the Hepburn bill says it is a violation i, Italian to com to New York to make I I frosty as those now In prucessitx

ft that they cannot be definitely replied as to afford adequate facilities for the respondent railroad company has !I j of law for any organization to i I money. The home country is enjoying 'The public Is a far more suet- sat

co to, performed or enforced. i I the transaction of such business as notoriously neglected its duty to the !! have a lower rate than any other or- a boom. ,censor than the poltee."
t public in permitting its roadbed and ganization or person. Was there ever The state railways show an increase -
PC The alternative writ does not require may be offered it, or at least reasonably i
track to be and remain in a most unreasonably anything more farcical? of $7.50i,000! in business for the i Venison on Toast.
w the performance ot specific acts, be expected. This is equally ,
bad and unsafe condition : One of the great benefits expected first year of their opeartion, although ,
gl' >> but in rather broad terms it commands true with respect to passengers and the new rate card was not put in use -
from the new bill was more equitable I|
by allowing roadbed to run down I For the chafing dih.-One cup' : the respondent to perform certain I freight. As to the extent or sufficiency refrigeration. Has any one heard of until November.All I
and become unfit and unsuitable for butter of
or current jelly
) 3 cup grape
branches or parts of a general. of those facilities, including the any reduction in the Armour or an>' the Italian shipyards are busy
I railroad use, by allowing a large percentage I, I one half cup of sherry, salt an'pepper "
ca duty it owes to the public in rendering number and frequency of trains that I other refrigeration rates? What good The iron mines of Elba whichNapoleon's

c : .t the service of a common carrier. Iis I to be judged of and governed of its crossties, that are rotten ,is the law if it does not give the re- interest when he was the !I to taste. Thoroughly cl, au

and wholly incapable of support- the isle le allowed the venison, wiping with dr r!' Mi.
o The statutes of this State do not chiefly by the amount of business on lief expected? It is all well enoughto keen king of are to i a >
ins the rails and empty cars and incapable !1! give tokens of esteem for the workof to put out 430,1'iift; tons of pig Iron. j 'ut Into dice and when above mit'" -
enumerate all the duties which a railroad the line of the road. The company '
ut of holding the iron spikes the Refrigerator Car Line Committee They hold a government lease. ;, !is fast boiling ad'1 to venison if i
o corporation owes to the public. however, is given, as it should bf;:, avery '
driven in them to !Kcp the rails in of the League but do the shippers The government surplus last year I I cook from three: to Ire uiinui"
a t There are however, certain general large discretion in determining land better rates? was over J12.500,0u< In the first I
place to remain unreplaced by proper -! receivers get any ;j Avoid longer cooking or It will tough
A duties tp the public a railroad company questions relating to the equipment eleven months imports increased by I
Ian These are serious and important ques- ,
T and suitable ties by using rails I en. Serve on loan, utiag a IIbt-!""'
t assumes in consideration of its and operation of its road." tions involving the whole trade. The : some 15 per cent.
that are light and insufficient in size amount of delicious All >
i franchises and privileges! ; received 9 North Carolina strawberries will soon Cotton mills are supplying prints gravy. >
and weight, and by allowing broken! ) prepare will fast disappear.)#"<>r I
from the State and as a result of its "Every farthing of its tolls is first be ready to move. Is there any evidence ;land peace goods: to turkey, to South

undertaking to render to the public to be devoted to paying the public angle bars or plates and bolts used in !; that the refrigerator grab will j I America, where Italian emigrants buy Post. t
connection with the rails remain on'' .. ,
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them and Africa.
that the to
the service of a common carrier. The taxand to the continuance of the road not be just as great, or service -
the track, and that in consequence of ; will be any better? ;| Wherever Italian people go Italian After Bailey made his sprec.i" it
duty here commanded is implied bylaw its ample equipment and regular
operation such neglect of duty numerous cas- | The Interstate Commerce Commission -j I wines drive the French vintage from which he denounced the Texan U rU
and is binding upon the railroad the interests of the com- '
as ualities have recently occurred upon ) was not able to force the New j! their almost exclusive hold. This is lature and gave it the appearaoee to

corporation when it receives and exercises munity. not those of the shareholders said lines of railroad resulting in the;York Central to make any better j| the case in the United States. The outsiders cf CO cents it rl'N'Id a i.-

franchises and privileges that demand. No matter that a dividend time apples from the western part 'home yield has been low for to years
needless destruction of human life!, on j tition which was couch In the! fat
can be held and exercised only by legal is never paid, that the private: of the State. The losses on this dereliction but prices hold high.-World.
and waste of property; that for the i lavving bn_aag : "We cusp-- .th l II r
authority derived from the sovereign investment is sunk and worthless of duty are likely to go beyond I
same period of time the respondent petition your humble body.
power. that the interest upon its bonds is I I| the half million mark. The ,,I A Valuable Find. .
(has failed and is now failing tor -
The common law writ of mandamusmay not met, and that all its creditors go | proride Commission says the Central shall -

be issued to specifically enforce unpaid, every dollar of its earnings sufficient motive power and flat not give us a pass in exchange for \!i At an oyster supper Saturday night! I II i- HUBE'R T
and box and other facilities for
the performance of a duty imposedby must nevertheless be applied to keepup cars advertising, and the Central glibly j(given at the Lines house what prot t
the handling of freight actually off ered coincides with it, but what about bet led be I I BY VILEY.1st .
to a valuable find
railroad was made
law upon a corporation its maximum efficiency, as required dam
by Helm-:
and is being offered for transportation ter service on apple shipments?
where no other adequate remedy is by the political power in the :!known Sunday morning by Mr. Chas. Helmet by Lexington
and that the respondent has To us the Commission looks like a
provided by law. The writ of mandamus law which created it. The neglect of i ; :IE. Read, a traveling salesman from A dark bay horse of good sp?*'
in the inter
bluff working
I failed and is failing to anddeliver I great big .
: transport and
action combining the best trotting
does not supersede legal remedies j Atlanta. The gentleman was a
j guestat
the smallest of these duties in which with ,est of the roads. If this is not so blood with
reasonable dispatch and the beet thorough
,. but rather supplies the want the community is interested will be then show us what good the Commis- i 'the hotel and as such was one of bred.
J safety freights which have been ac- .
of a legal remedy therefore, two pre. enforced by the public writ of man I sion has done. We want benefits for the many present who participated in A sure foal getter producing bo
jeepted it for
I by transportation, to the
requisites must exist to warrant af damus." the shippers and receivers, and as the the oyster supper. ,saddle and driving horses. At man} l\

t court in granting this extraordinary !!o j!great injury of the public. These and law has been in effect since last July, i While enjoying a plate of the "bri- of his colts are good saddlers aDd

! remedy: first, it must appear that the i i I)(other allegations of the alternative it is time to see some of the great ,ny deep" which had been served, Mr. I speedy drin rs. 1
4: There is also imposed by law upon I writ state a most flagrant disregardand I promised benefits. At first we believed Terms of service, $::.."-) per one *'
relator has a clear, legal right to the I [ Read discovered in his "meat" a tiny i vice, or $;.00 with of
;la common carrier railroad companythe violation of the duty which the in the Commission, and lookedfor privilege Ft' 3i 'tlI
t' performance of the particular duty i I seed which refused to be crushed by I i turning mare as often all Is neers.arI > JI

L by the respondent; and second that dutyto receive and transport in. I respondent owes to the public, by allowing great reforms but the lack of re- i] "jaw power," which was then and |I within sixty days after first sefvkor -
reasonably prompt safe and convenient its roadbed and track to i stilts i i has caused us to lose faith. Ifis $W.fJI
', s the law affords no other adequate ort' i I ja most I{! i there examined by the finder. Mr. ', to insure a colt to slaw!
( manner, and without unjust (unreasonably become and remain in a there a defender of the Commissionin and fuck.
: specific remedy th secure the per.I""i I who show where (Read on the following morning had
1 discrimination, all passengers and the trade can us I j'
I condition unsafe unsuit-
" which it is j palpably and Mr. T. C. BILLY
of the duty Vann.the REED
formance (freight properly offered to it for car- we are wrong in our conclusions we : Jeweler, exam tn*
able for the service the respondent II :
sought to coerce. riage. I are anxious. to hear from him.! -New the stone and determine if possible A gray Jack sis years old 'rata;.

: i.K :I(has undertaken to render to the public I York Produce News I the value of it. After a close exaniica- I from Kentucky lau fall good r.oGt'

I and by failing to furnish adequate i I __- tion, Mr. Vann his and very active. A proven foal gn.".
"The object of incorporating rail Where a railroad corporation undertakes I motive power cars and other facili Although two-thirds of the total i that gave as opinion, {producing colts good enough to be

road companies is to secure to the | to render to the public theser- I ties and to transport and deli\-er.'number i: of Italians in the United ;i the article was a genuine pearl shown at the fair in Lesteatoe. Kr

; public increased facilities for transit [vice of a common carrier it is in law with reasonable safety and dispatch States are located in New York, the( ',and had a valuation of at least $23.j : Mast fall.

!primarily and ssE'ntialbcharge trend of their emigration is now toward ] I j Mr. Read was well pleased with hi? Billy Reed was by Baughmae
from point to point, and an improved freights accepted by it for transpor I
I of the California's sue- i it find, and to a representative of the !jack. 1st dam Edna by big I''j i
with the duty and burden providing country.
mode of carrying and tation. Such i
persons property gross neglect of duty isj [jack
I I New ; 2nd dam Parley, by Para**?
Enterprise said he
cess in the fruit growing is said largely I intended hav-
Railroad companies are reasonably adequate and proper !an abuse of th" rights and privileges :] ; |Billy Reed Is half brother to th.-! tin
due the efforts of the 43.000; Italians IIn; it polished and
to as
creatures of the law, and are ink {roadbed, track motive power, equip-' !!received from the State and exercis- souvenir- of 'jack the best mule Jack in l.tar,(.

trusted with the exercise of certain !|ment and facilities for the service required -i i ed by the respondent in its undertaking -[ who have made their home there> I the occasion and would! use it as a i 'j county, Ky.
: and who brought their art vine-cul-- stick j Terms
[ ; pin.Iadisonew Era. of service =ii.p9 Brix"service
and of maintaining and operating per
to promote the public interE'stand if the
by State
powers : permission to render -I ture and wine-making with them. ( J10.W; per service with pm

are, therefore, bound to conduct : its property so as to render to 1 the services of a common carrier,;They have some of the largest winetats Mr. F. J. made famous ilege, of return as often as U ***''''
,- their affairs in furtherance of the public ,the public without unjust discriniinaitiou land the State has a clear right to correct -!; in the world, and ship fruit by ,account of those peonage !sary within sixty days after ib8r.!

.. objects of their creation." I, a reasonablysafe' and adequate such abuse and to enforce the.jthe trainload. They own :: ,i26 farms against him was among the visitors cases I service. $l3.m; } to insure a colt tt
'service. .tin California and the value of their and suck.
.perforraanr-e of and
an adequate :
prop- to Ocala yesterday. Ills Service
j* { and business interests cost money due far cither bursaor
"A railroad company is a quasi !ier service. ranches amountto !
While a discretion is al- ihim over JlO.ftOO and he was tried Jack when first service U re.d-r
corporation, and all its rights The power and duty of a State to' lowed : nearly $115,000,000. The Asti col. ed.
public' < a common carrier corporation i!twice on the same Except when bred to insure j.
and powers are conferred upon it not requirte the property of a common' :'in the means and manner of the dis-Tony in Sonoma county is famous theworld with and confronted colt, then service fee is due .tMtn
carrier devoted to the over, perpetuating in its name the same witnesses. colt meets requirements when th.
of the
the benefit or
merely for corporation charge of the it ta
( duty owes the public :
tBoth juries however
the renowned city of the Piedmont
after mare is
listening parted with anofl
or bred to
itself but also in trust for the public service within its borders to'
k | such discretion must be exercised
wine country of Italy. The graleS'sown )Ito the same evidence, promptly er horse or jack
benefit of the public; and wheneverit be maintained in a reasonably safe ;[in good faith and with reasonable: here are made into Italian and l quited him. Mrs. Quackenboss ac- I kin will be retained ot col' t>#

neglects or fails to perform any of and adequate condition and to be I gard for the requirements of the public German wines, red and white French the judicial arm of the and I service fee.

its corporate duties, it may generally properly operated for rendering the service When all the necessary and German wines and fine dry cham United States Mares will be kept on pasture at

f; be compelled to perform the same by public service to which the propertyis (i facilities are furnished and operatedso pagne, which are shipped all over the government It looks to the in the neck of the woods, $:tOO This per month.

an action of mandamus. The dutytesting devoted by its corporate owner, as to reasonably meet the just re- world, even competing with Franceon him an unsophisticated owe season at stock Dungaman will make farm the, one prefect and
apology and
a rebate.
Inherent and reserved in the her
are own ground.-Frederic J.
a railroad corporationto one half
upon quirements of the public service the I miles west of Orange Lake

perform whatever has been legally State for the necessary protectionand law in that: regard is satisfied. Haskin. Manatee county is producing about two and one half miles south r

it by legal and proper benefit of the lives and property more west of Mclntoab. c
enjoined upon An alternative:: writ may hea'nend- celery. lettuce and other vegetables

authorities, is a duty resulting from j(within its territory (ed. Wall Open Street.season for spring lamb a than It can find means to move to S H. GAITSKlLL.Stf

f- (I market.-Tampa Tribune .
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BOARDS. I i I !1

I Special to the Ocala Banner: I i
J Tallahassee. Fla., March C, lt'07. ( a

iTo the Members of the Board of Pub- I Miami, March 0, 1&07.! ;I ,

Capt. Uobt. D. Harrison and his 1 little {I lie Instruction: I After a very delightful day spent in Jer, Friends t

grandson, were In Ocala yester1. Ii i I G.nt1fmen-ln accordance with Jacksonville the editorial association '

(../ The two are one and inseparable. 'paragraph 2, section 4C, page 19, of left for Miami-half on the 'afternoon I Feared 1r

,the digest of the school laws of the train and the balance of the night lof 4
class J brushes are used by artists train. The trip to Miami during :
being -
I state of Florida I hereby call a convention ed
who decorate china. They are made End t
of 'county superintendents and the night passed rapidly. ( !
1. of glass fibers as thin as spun silk. (other officials to be held in the city I About seven o'clock we passed ,

--- concentrated :;of Tallahassee April 17-19; 1907. I Palm Beach, catching a glimpse of fish I Life.I
; Tht rays of the sun ior ; My .
are said As this will be one of the most important i the palatial hotels and the exquisitely I 1
1 by a ;globe of coloredater, I being
conventions of school officials beautiful scenery of that garden spot
store at '
to have set fire to a drug I j
held in Florida it i?imperatively of the world.
Cal recently. ever and "
Valleju Took f
.necessary that every county be rep I The boat was due to leave at nine :
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resented. I, therefore, earnestly recommend o'clock but owing to the train being {
Mr. Wilson, of Atlanta, has arrived
and urge that each board of late, we will not go away until eleven I
in the city and accepted a position public instruction defray the necessary "and will reach Key West before mid are
with Dr. Win. Anderson in Irs dru :=:
expenses: of the county superintendent : !their f
store. and at least one member i of I Among those in the party are the '

I the board of public instruction and following: !

Te ladies of St. Margaret's Guild one high school principal while in attendance I C. L. Bittinger, of the Ocala Star, ern Well. .. s. :: -

have purchased the lot just east c of upon this convention. i president of the association accom- %

1 Epeecopal church and have donated !panied by Mrs. Bittinger.Mr. i
1 Should any board of public instruction
it to the church.Mr. decline to make an appropriation I and Mrs. R. R. Carroll and ever I

1 I whereby proper representation ,little daughter of the Ocala Star. I this MRS. GRACE JANSON.

F. M. Long, merchant postmaster can be had, this department: will be of Miss Sara Harris and Frank Harris, I
I I Janson, 14tiO Malison street, Chicago, Ill., writes: f
substantial citizen I II
and all round of the Ocala Banner. I
the opinion that such board of public jr., .
Mr. : fever left me with complication diseases. 1 had a terrible
'\,Holder, was amon? Ocala's prominent ; instruction is not desirous of having Miss Jefferson Bell, of Tallahas- I left side and had a cough that all my friends feared would soon end "

visitors yesterday.L I its county stand in the forefront of ;
I see.Mr. I
:I modern educational progress. E. O. Painter and daughter, e of doing i came to see me three times a week, tut could do me no goer J
Logan; E. Bleckley, Georgia jurist Jacksonville.Mr. jug ; account for the pain in my left side and could give me nothing to '
A of the convention to-
II program .
philosopher, poet philanthropist Igether with full information concerning I Harry L. Brown, of St. Augustine. ; i iI I this time I began taking Peruna and before I had taken one bottle I

and "grand old man" has succumbed i same will be sent out at a later Mr. of getting better. By the time I had taken the second bottle, my
to old age and has passed the mys-: date. I i Mr. Bragg, of the West Palm Beach I I entirely gone and I felt like a new being.
' ; JVrious called death and now I sire just three bottles of Peruna and am entirely well and feel better
portals Sun.
A "
> I Please advise me at your earliest Tropical felt for years. I thank God and Dr. Hartman for my recovery." "II j
V3Crests with the silent majority. convenience! what board has : Mr. W. B. Powell, wife and daughter I ICelye
I your I cases of chronic catarrh reMrs. M. F. Jones, Burning Springs,
1, done looking to a proper representation of the St. Petersburg Indepen
i ; a settled cold. Ky., writes:
T 1 Will go to Waldo. from your county. ent. the I are especially liable to colds. "We have been using Peruna for Fome

j We understand that Col. V. J. Ship Very truly, I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sherwood and led I IWl. occur more frequently dur time and have no hesitancy in recommending

'1 man, who made such a success running W. M. HOLLOWAY; sen, of the Live Oak Democrat, accompanied sloppy weather of winter it for the thousand, and one
J the Montezuma, hotel, has leased Sstate Supt. Pub. Inst. by Miss Watson and Mrs. from II than any other time of the ailments of humanity.

I the Waldo house at Waldo and will Donald, of Live Oak. I with ; : year. Often they "\o family should ever without it,

remove to that city. lie is a hurnner. 3rides-to-be- Incomes. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Humphries, of the SHOULD are not considered for it is an unfailing cure for colds, and a
ery : Of serious and are allowed it is an excellent remedy to prevent std
Bradentown Journal.Mr. .
i -
|his : to run relieve {
i The proper thing for a young man to+ Crosby of the San :Matf "'"-" on,1 I
di I or they are treated Strong and Vigorous Since Taking }
Mr. George Carter, the deposed I do when he makes a financial statement Mr. Thomas Appleyard and :Miss I
store as to only palliate the Pe-ru-na.
sheriff I of Citrus county, was in to his bride-to-be is to cut his Sara Appleyard, of lake City. : way 1
those ; while the cold becomes more airs Laura Bcnyo, 3J1 Ann Ftreet, '
Ocala yesterday. Mr. Carter is quite) income abot $3; a week. It is that Mr. Caldwell, of Jasper.Mr. :. and the patient finally Cincinnati, Qhio, writes! :
i ular in his county and may run !much celar gain. There is no chance I and Weatherington, of the I the fact that she has a well"I aut entirely cured of catarrh of

r: "vindication" at the next exec, !that she will refuse him on account I Lakeland: Sun. I I II case of catarrh. the bronchial tubes by Peruna My
; "r.) ,:of the smallness of the income, for Rev. 1... D. Geiger, of the ApopkaNews. I of their delicate structure chest feels strong and vigorous, and it
I if she has any doubts on the question : I new i iI are frequently the seat of a seems as though I never had catarrh
Mr. Maurice Strauss, representing; I i i if there H the slightest "Whenever 1 am in need of medicine<< ,
him she
of refusing or accepting i Mr. L. J. Brumby, of the Florida
the World Overall company, of Cin'cinnati Icity I of these organs. The treat Peruna will I* what I will take. It j
would have let him reach the stage ,Fruit an-1 Truck Grower.Mr. .
of the lungs is also sand my life 1 shall always sing ill
!, will leave today. He has been ,where he gets so confiding as to tell I and Mrs. Edwin Brobston, oacksonville. lards I; and discouraging than
+i' making Ocala his headquarters for I IJ her how much he makes. i )\ pral.e8.
other of the
organ body.
J the past week while he made runs to I IJ If men would shade their salaries I C. B. Smith of the Iadion'Pi; \' I the any be wise, therefore, to guard One Bottle Brings Relief.

J Dunnellon, Holder, Inverness and other in telling of them they would gain exactly Era. led i by every precaution possible Wright Miss City Annie, Mo.Much-man, writes: R. H, t. !

places in the interest of his goods. week their allowances has been found a most reliable ca"t t
I that much per on Accompanying the editorial party: ; "For years 1 wa. troubled with
their coughs, colds and catarrhal
1 after the bride reaches the are the following Ocala people: : tarrh. A friend advised Peruna. With
of the fact that it
Mr. J. W. Carter; one of the solid! I ; i iIta by reason
s: I conclusion;; that the family finances Irs.1.\ H. Stovall and children, to the very seat of the the first tattle I found relief. 1 kept .

and substantial citizens of Micanopy, would be better placed in her firm Mrs. D. W. Davis, Mrs. H. C. Groves, (Ion taking it and am entirely "('II,"
in Ocala yesterday and was registered
was :white hands. But men are not wi?curing Irs. Jake Brown, Mr. E. E. McLin, daughter."I! ---- --
at the Montezuma. He enrolledhis Mr. ]: .
I that stage of their existence.I and Mrs. Annie Bond Hopkins, of I
name among our increasing list of ed i!
,I knew one young man who, in i Orange Lake.:
subscribers. More and more the influence his i 1 110f
i ,his despairing fear that he would lose Key West has made elaborate preparations -t./
I of the oldest paper" is widen I it : :
1, .... I his fiance, told her he was getting $;;) for the editors and it is expected .
I new i: -
J g ,'.a week more than he was actually I. that this meeting. will beery a : -

j I !making, and, three months they were \ delightful one. I PIPPERS
The IVnsacula Journal in an extensive i I
married she announced that she
write-up of Quincy, containsa I I i ... '\ ... _.
Our Frienos to Our Rescue. ..,-
him ; week
would allow only $3 a I ...
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and biography of MOUNTAIN
splendid picture ,.r. -::
, spending money, for car fare, lunches, I '.- -
_ Judge I'V.. White, the oldest resi The season has been intensely dry I jby -...') .....'......
" etc. So he had to go hungry and walk 1 I -
dent of that flourishing and thriving !tnd in consequence vegetable have { <<: '
or else touch his friends until, in
I west Florida town. Judge White is i his
obtain but'we
leen scarce and hard to
mercy, his employer raised his pay ?;5a
Mrs. C. W. White's uncle and is one I' rejoice that our friepds have not I
week. Then he kept quiet about TO ALL VT/0 ;,FT"" rOM
of the most remarkable men in Flor and exist I i permitted us to suffer along. this line At
I the increase managed to I
ida. lie has often visited in Ocala. although! he has not yet paid off the i and from time to time have kept us new i Indigestion, Biliousness, Kidney

with tender pied : Troubles Rheumatism Dy:pcpsi4..
little trifles he borrowed from his; liberally supplied many ; ,
Mr. Mile Marsh, of Tampa, who recently ar.d succulent products of the garden :\ 1
married Miss: Orilla Smith, friends.-Hugh Fullerton's Advice to they P'.pjx ; M",,*!.ain IlcrLs comes l.ic; vho tlavi c' a I. a.:*-
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Working Men in Chicago Tribune.A and ; :. a r.tyhealthy And happy haso on life. 1t is n gua r.t.cd
daughter of Mr. Charles Smith, I Some time ago Mr. J. B. Cappk few containing neither alcohol, calomel l ror ra rcuryly; \ a I

\ of Grahamville, was in Ocala yesterday Wcman's Easter Edition. 11ml: p'.uaced us under obligations for ins I r.atural"CJretablc remedy! so cheap; tr.; t i it L'rn-3: f' t J.th

i accompanied by his wife. &"me tender lettuce, and if there:) reach of all.

They were just returning from their The members of St. Margaret's one vegetable we enjoy better than 180 Tablets for $1.OO also &I.LI! ii Kc. .n>] f",, t-.irUrt ". a all
which was extended as Guild are formulating plans for printing J' : arraikddirect for price. Write fur vaLwLleintcrnwt.uoha.KOUNTAIN ".
bridal tour, [ another it is lettuce. place .. .. ------
Savannah. They,will return to a Woman's Easter Edition of the
far as Mrs. Anna Ricardo Marshall has Mr. : HERB> CO.. Knoxvillc, Tenn.
) Tampa today and that city will be Ocala Banner. placed un under renewed obligationsfor .

their future home. I It will be entirely undenominational iettuce and parsely.Mr. .r-

I and non-sectarian. J. E. Lloyd also placed on our ness. -M. :1fi !'+L j
fr A few years ago, right in this very I I It will contain among other things I'table Friday a beautiful head of cauliflower
For Sale By
great city of Fernandina, a merchant authentic history of the different and a German plant something: I :
I Ian I & Co., Ocala, Fla. .nti-Monopoly Drug S'ore. Ocala, Fla.
. I wrote to us to protest against the people churches of the city; public school; on The line with celery which is usnl !the t

I of this city trading in Jackson- [Dickison Chapter; a number of original -in soups and the roots prepared and IJ. H.

I ville. The protest was a timely one Easter stories and legends of local eaten the same as celery. 'from I

but in the eyes of the publisher it coiorlngs. The cauliflower was as fine as we I C. C. !!

would have been more effective had it It will contain pictures of the various have ever eaten and we are certainly $ C V. RotwrU t
not been written on a letterhead churches, new court house and than\tul to our friends for ther: khd were

printed in Jacksonville. Fernandina the cover page will be handsomely illustrated. r("l'D1 rance. was Directors and Licensed Embalmers

Record.R. I kens: j
It will in every way be a creditable Three unfortunates were up before tion. j I equipped to do the very best work and use

A. Harris, a handsome young publication and worthy of those who the mayor Friday morning. Two earth only the latest and best methods.

man of 25, registering in Jacksonvillefrom I Iha\'e it in charge.Mr. were discharged and one was fined $5and Telegraph Orders Deceive Immediate AtterjUou.:

Durham, X. C., committed suicide costs. Mr. D. S. Anderson reported

Friday night by shooting himself : Anthony Carlingham Finzel, that one of the policemen had led den FURNITURE CO.
had been married well known to Ocala people, and especially '
in the temple. He one of his dogs to the pound and shot .r
and his wife was only 17 to the lovers of the stage, claimed that thedog che t
ten days it. The policeman undertaking parlors corn North Main Street, and Oeklawaia
His finances were will be pleased to learn that he iswith
and ,'el1pretty. was mad. Mr. Anderson says thedog Avenue

running low, he failed to find employment Joseph King's "East Lynne" was only sick. He will put in aclaim : Xo. 10. Xictt: f De M and 197.

and, ashamed to disappoint the 'company, as leading man and is starring against he city for the value 01 of 1

wife of a week by telling her of his Canada. Gertrude Arden is the the dog and if it is not paid will made

condition, decided to end it all. leading woman and the company is I bring suit against the city and criminal -) -, -- -

f{ !scoring a magnificent success. They proceedings against the police the

Not only! the Ocala House and the 'may tour Florida next winter and ifwe mar*. :

Montezuma hotel have a big list of arrivals -. get our new opera house completed .It LANDS.

but the same may be said of by that time, we shall extend theman Rheumatic Pains Relieved.B. .

the Ocklawaha Inn, the Glenwood, the: invitation to visit our little city. F. Crocker, esq., now S4 years ners

Hotel de Kaiser, the Florida, House, I [of of the age, peace and for at twenty Martinsburg years, justice Iowa,I pure If you have lands you wish to sell, :lease or rent;

the Palmetto Iouse, the Arms, the I Mr. B. Quarterman, one of the writes: "I am terribly afflicted with if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing,

Spellman, and all the hotels and most prosperous and" substantial sciatic rheumatism in my left arm and or lumber purposes,
of the Fairfield neighborhoodwas right hip. I have used three bottles
boarding; houses in the city, have had farmers
of' Chamberlain's Pain Balm and itdid
of in the city Fridayand renewed W. Write to
a large run this season. Many me lots of good." For sale by all
., them have been compelled to rent bis allegiance for his favorite county druggists. m said

rooms in private residences. Ocala, }: tper. He also took advantage of our REAL ESTATE CO.

as we have said before is the biggest -,clubbing list and will keep well posted Pink Savary and family have moved eling

little city in the state. I as to county and current events. I from Floral City to Homosassa. and OCALA, FLORIDA.1''i'J.r' .


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I ;: MONTHLY MISERY SEEN IN NEW YORK.Spring I r. A. SpencerAnnouncement v L. I E.l.snr A_ J. A. Bowler L.

Gowns and Hats in Latest Modes. Materials and
i is one of \voman'svorst afflictions. It always leaves -

I you weaker, and is sure to shorten your life and make Trimmings.-Belts, Slides and Earrings.SpringDress I< I We have just purchased the splendidly Nquippett i

' i machinery plant of the Yonjje and Cline Company
your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Cardui and ; I and solicit a share of the repair work of )lanol1. and

I :. it will help to relieve your misery, regulate your func- ; adjoining comities-. We make a sjxtfialty 1 of repairingsteam
Spring dressmaking ought to be a i Silk Trimmings. ;;a engine*, etc.
; tions, make you well, beautiful and strong. It is a reliable comparatively] easy task this season, Brands and folds oftaffeta make,! I Let us pumps quote you price.. I
when the most expensive imported some of the most effective trim
: :- remedy for dragging down pains, backache, headache gowns are loaded down with trimmings mings and match either the color of I Ii

i I made of their own materials. the gown material or one of its lines i Ocala Gas Engine
i nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness, I ssss. j if a striped or cross-barred pattern I
; : fainting spells, and similar troubles. A safe and efficient [ Tucks, Folds and Braids. .as so many of the new materials are :
: I I Tucking of all sorts, bias folds, and II j Three piece suits are the fashionablefad CompanyMcMillan
medicine for women's pains: and sickness. {[narrow milliners folds put on in fancy ; and are not necessarily very ex \c
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I patterns like braids as well as pensive. I. ';.1
i Mrs. J. L. Broadhead of Clanton, Ala. writes; "I hav I fancy braids in endless variety ofj! sxs. I I II I

: :: used Cardui for my disease, which was one peculiar to the colors many and modish combinations decorations are some that ofj I!; A Pretty Suit.A ,!i .-- -- -

women, and it has completely cured me." j are within the province of the home! very pretty new suit at one of ii. '
dress maker.: sass. 'the best shops here, was of cotton i. Bros.
voile, a white ground with a dark .
$1.00 1 1 t
Very Trim Lines. blue hair line. The very fall pleatedskirt
Fashion demands that the lines of I was trimmed with inch wide i Southern Copper Works

a gown, especially]) the waist lines, bands of blue taffeta, spaced at about
JS3'O: TZ symptoms E must be kept trim and unwrinkledand four inches. The waist cf white lace. I I:
describing fu. !: the collar shapely. If these de- was trimmed with bands of the blue Manufacturers of Turpentine Sulla
x and we Ria send you free Advice C A R 0 U I
la pain! staled envelope.! taxies the little
i hails i are neglected prettiest dress i taffeta and the third piece was a
Aivisoiy: i Dept The Cnatuaooja '
Medicine J10 Co.. Chatunoo a, Tenn. OF I or waist will lose its style. Ever>- tichu wrap of the blue silk and General Metal Workers.
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II I; 1MW I through the country a specialty Orders by mail or
I wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

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have just purchased the \\a gon and Harness business: of Messrs -
S. A. Standley & Company, and propo se to add to the stock of goods everything I -- -
that is needful to mako it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of II I
: the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mar
' ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety I II

of vehicles either cf which we stand ready to fully guarantee. : l \ M 1 I I Ocala House Wine Roonjsl .

High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages, I
Unexcelled Harness I TRY oII -};
Wagons, -- --

Lap Robes, Etc., Etc. I .

' Turpentine "Whorls;; a Specialty.We I p I OLD LLEGHANy -

L are Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate! Competitbn. 'I ?% br / e t r I Ii i

We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine 5 a PURE ''YE. .

n and Farm Vagon.Knight t f'V .

l & Lang; I r1$ !I Put up 4 full Cats ,h tin 1

(Successors Sundlev and Co.)
0 I r Fancy artoons

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;e THE .!I I Express Office

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C r I Marion) Hardware Oonjpaijy ior 4:9 OI

i' I Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write fot
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: -HEADQUARTERS I! complete Price list

f t. Ocala I HOllse

American Wire Fencing, I i I Wine Rooms. ;: ..1

Sash, Doors and Blinds 1 ; 1322-13:0 ,I LjtiOCALA.. FLORIDA.
The above design is b y McCall: O>. of New York. Publishers of FashIon ,
t Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, I and Manufacturers 01lc Call patterns.: r
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Mill and Mining Supplies, !!'one by this time knows and uses the :I Light Linings.

I'dainty: Triune collar supporler, with
Turpentine Snpplies; i their pretty silk coverings and long Linings are more often selected to ; WINCHESTER
contrast than to match with the dress
Tools (looped form that makes them keep in
Improved Farming ] j shape and prevents their poking! in- material and white figured silks
to the neck. make some of the smartest !lining in
3. e .*_.* cotsumes of dark thin materialssss -.
Belt and Girdle Stiffsners.
This year one can get for belts New Hats: ',,'..4fiS JL
,and girdles these same stiffeners in Mush room shapes are very much tW
$ | Loaded The: To-vdcr Shells !
'three inch or five inch lengths and !to the fore. Smooth straws chips :

Marion Hardware Company nothing nicer or more easily attached and leghorns are fashionable. Floral vfeFla"
could be imagined: The wise trimmings and bows of ribbon and su Shoot Strong and Evenly, .
woman takes advantage of every velvet constitute the garniture of
Are Sure Fire
small convenience that will help *'"- "some of the smartest headgear. Large : x' :( 4

.......................... ..,......................: in her work, for she realizes that she (made wings are used on tailored : "Y' % I Will Stand Reloading. ;
+ can accomplish enough more to over- chats as well as other forms of fancyi
BIG MAIL HOUSE. Balance the difference in cost. i feathers. 3'- .
OCfllfl'S ORDER i ?
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For Sale
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D. HOG AN SIDNEY J. BOWIE. I j assure him an immense:: practice that{i j S

11G. + I will be general net special."-Montjgomery -I I
Referring to the retirement from I Journal.Mr. .
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i i congress of Sidney: J. Bowie, formerly : Bowie is well known in Ocala, -- 1 1
Having purchased the saloon property formerly Anniston, and of the fourth congres- !having chosen his bride from our rosebud tJw

: operated by W. McGrath and made many improvements : I sional I district, the Birmingham Ledg-j I of beauties. 1,,
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T on same, I am now prepared to handle : er says: ;lI I T3 A -,
mail orders with the greatest facility. The "Alabama with regret accepts the Comptroller Croom's .eport is print m j
. large variety : I'I
, resignation of Sidney J. Bowie from 'I ed. It contains 350 pages besides the /t !
I. of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc., now : :congress. He had a life tenure on the index and cover pages. Persons m- .lrS 3 & a U ij I.

r carried enables me to fill the order of everyone on : affections of the fourth district: and iterested in facts and figures, finances

,: t short notice. The premises are now fitted up especial. o ,.could have had another nomination;on !''and dollar marks, will find what he j % f4aiSS kquIQ .!

s ly for this class of the business, and your orders will : J and election, without opposition. With ;is looking for ia this report. But the rj j

i g : be filled the same day they ore received and shipped 'his ability and training he had every I finance of figures were never allur- t. 2 PRrA )
;reason to look forward to : to us and we had 3 tbp1
a public ca-ding as soon undertake -
t. : on the first train. In your next order includeHogan's I i m:
. reer that should constantly grow in, to COUllt.Ir. Rock rp.ller'8
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XXXX !'grandeur. It was either that or re-wealth, dollar by dollar, as to wa del 00 ar $450
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: Rye :. :tirement to his profession while still:through a labyrinth of 390 pages of a ;
young. He considered the matter two,figures: even though generously relievjed -
e The Best Goods on the Market i years and then decided to practicelaw and ornamented with dollar marks.

z and leave politics. !We shall take it for granted that the
i G. D. HOGAN i I ")lr.t Bowie has removed to Birm- report is all right, and that the state's

;ingham and will practice there. His finances-are in conservative and careful ; tl I I
I :'splendid abilities will him hands. ; ) rot
keep prominent -
Florida. i
: ,. in city, county and state affairs 4 and he will be at he service the i
A, : of J The Atlanta Constitution i3 offering,
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t Oldest WliSr\cy) House .i in Central Florida. !Lis people on the of the sunny state side when of needed.middle life He{:i$15,000 chance for in some cash prizes.one to get Here something is a CHAS BLUM

!and at his best mentally) and physical-1 just for a pleasant exercise & COMPANY
of the
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': uplifting and by abuse where worth ; SOMETHING NEW FOR OCALA. r( MAGNIFICENT TEST OF MARKS I I;
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and achievement merit praise. MANSHIP.

..)11 nr Ever anxious to please our patrons
: I THE LOST FOUND. 'and cater to their every want to the
Mr. and Mrs Topperwem: Delight a
:best of our ability, we have decided
1 Mrs. Simcn Benjamin Recovers Lost j|ito open a 5 and 10 cent store in con- Large Crowd with Tneir Extraor
dinary Shooting-There Were
i section with our present business.
Jewels. i! After considering the matter carefully I No Misses. .

: we came to the conclusion that I } I Ii

Mrs. Simon Benjamin, residing at j this new store would be an innovation i Shooting has been a tvorte mode

No. 23 West First street informed''. sure to be appreciated by the of enjoyment with the American p"-<>-

J the police yesterday afternoon that )people of Ocala and vicinity. pIe ever since the formation of the
The ;5 and 10 cent department will
diamond rings and other jewelry were I government.
I consist of a practically endless va-
I missing from her home, and she be- It was a sport in which the former
I piety of articles none of which will i
I lieved the property had been stolen. :, be uriced over 25 cents each. It will great statesmen took a hand in a'

, Yesterday morning Mrs. Benjamin j also be a most instructive exhibit to "county musters" an,I at the ass*n.bi,

I f fI, 41AKINNod! employed a negro woman to do some (j,the housewife. for here she can inspect 'ing of the tlistrkt court and the man
housework and the woman worked hundreds of useful and orna- that could "hit the bull's eye," was

I only a short time, and then disappear I metnal creations intended to make (generally the hero cf the hour and

ed. Shortly after her departure Mr the home more beautiful and more the test of marksmanship seat more

frr Benjamin missed her jewelry and no- ,comfortable. I[than one man to congress: and fille.J! j
Many of these are articles that you
rifled the police. The detectives went j more than one executive chair. i
v |neerhave read about for the rt-asoa
TO work on the case, and searched all 'I But if those "ok timers" could
that their small prices do not admitof
PreGrapeCreIIWTMiar last night to find the suspected wo ( a great expenditure to explain (have set'a the superior marksmanship

4 man.This j their desirability. ; of .Mr and Mrs. Topperwein in j
morning the police were notified !j One thing you can be sure of | Ocala Wednesday afternoon at the

t hat Mrs. Benjamin had found i' Whenever you visit our :5 and 10 cent ,race track they would have been i
her jewels in a bed in her house. Just store you will find it full of unusual more than delighted. These people
, The for brat bargains which will be added to it I
only excuse buying anything how they got there no one knows, unless from week to week. I did everything promised and more be
aonu: person hid them with the |sides.
, Pure Tartar expectation of taking them later. Mrs. !I i Mrs. TopperwetB is as expert a shotas
Cream of
Grape Baking '
a Benjamin is delighted upon their recover LIGHT her famous husband and her shots
l :.-Jacksonville Metropolis. i: received unstinted and genuine ap-

I Powder is to save a few cents m price Mrs Benjamin was a former citizen!j TIONS.- I plause. I

II or Ocala and her friends here rejoice \Open Letter to Senator Baker and"! She placed her rifle on the ground

I (} ROYAL costs you a few cents more per can than Alum or Phosphate .n her,good fenme.COURT i i Representatives Mathews and land' her husband threw a glass ball l
'in the air: she picked up the rifle and
of Lime powders, but it is worth far more than the difference. PROCEEDINGS.Little :;, Wartmann.- ''I broke the ball before it reached the 1 J J'I

\t to keep your biscuits, cakes and pastry free from the injurious !j 1st.'c want our election and registration i'ground. Then she broke two glass
balls thrown in the air, and continued
Neal Frank Johnson colored
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effects of these substitutes. laws amended so as to be
cheapening are in jail awaiting trial in the !I less expensive and more simple. lincreasing the number until she brokeas

([Continued use of Alum means permanent injury to health. .circuit court for stealing $:,Cii form many as five while all were in the
,a prominent turpentine operator near j The total cost of the last general 'air.

Avoid Alum Ailments--Say plainly j Citra. ;election in Marion county Then brickbats, Irish potatoes apples .

" 1 i Will Simmons was tried before I was $1,767.00. The total cost of holding walnuts, marbles and all sorts

ROYAL BAKING i ,!Judge Bell yesterday. morning and I the two primary elections was less of missies went up in the air and all I

!fined $100 and costs, or three monthsin I than $675, or the general election cost met the same unerring fate.

jail, for vagrancy. nearly three times as much as the Then Mr. Topperwein held a pota-

POWDER i! Justice Bullosk tried five colored offenders 'two primary elections. In the general I to between his fingers and it was ,

yesterday morning for disor- [election it cost nearly $' for each vote, shattered: to atoms.: He then placed j

I:deny conduct. Each: was fined $10 i !lea:'.. In the two primary elections it some empty shells on his fingers and 1

,and costs. ;cost less than 50 cents a vote. Tote>, (these were nipped off in quick sue

.- i registration fees in general elections, cession.Mr.: -

-. Had Diogenes Lived Lcng Enough:? ,cost nearly a dollar per vote. In the Topperwein did some remarkable i
I ,- !i primary elections less than 15 cents''I *teats. With thc' aid of a mirror

[ vote. 'he turned his back to his wife, andshattered
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r i i i The registry bill in general electionscost I a potato which she held between
;; with a lighted lamp spent a large
Sara Elizabeth Harris, Lccsl Edi f cr. JEFF BROWNE'S FINE TRIBUTE. I flabbiness. [ : about 55 cents a vote and in primary her fingers. He stood on his i'
:pan: of his life searching for an "hon1
i "What will cause this change The 1 esc: man" [ elections less than 13: cents a t !head and performed the same marvelous t

Brilliant Address Before Stats Press I,I careless will say the coming of the Had he lived long enough he would I i vote.E !' feat with a pistol. Firing at J I

., SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Association in Welcoming Fieri-: I[[railroad: As well attribute the puriificatica have found him and in a place he E Vote against a county court in Marion ,a piece cf tin be formed an Indian 1'I

-it : iJ i'| da's Editors to the "Island I| of the atmosphere which the' I would not have been looking for county. It seems to me that with chieftain's heed with a rifle as If

"'", City.-Mr. Flagler's Great ,,lightning flash produces to the clap of him. j tone U. S. court, one circuit court one 'drawn with a brush in quicker time

Dr. W. H. Powers has returned !' "' Achievement. I thunder that follows it as to refer to 1 The story of this remarkable find j county judge, twenty justices of the than it could have been done by an >
from Jacksonville. He left his mother i I[i the railroad without thinking of the( I six in the artist.
,comes to us from Tauton, Mass., and !peace and five or mayors
very much better. i j j The splendid address of welcome great genius and humanitarian behind 1 Mrs. ToppenM-in and Mr. Hawkins
t I ji j jI |i is related as follows: !county, we have all and more courts I
:i I. delivered by Hon. Jefferson B. !['I I it. Time was when the goldsmith's 1 William Cullen who confesses he i is I than we need. Any court in Ocala I each broke fifty clay pigeons in quick

Mr. F. M. Harp the turpentine cp1:1 Browne' to the state press association :!craft was one of the most honored; he'-'a tramp, broke all traditions of his I that will summons:: jurymen etc. succession without scoring a single
of Citra in Ocala
erator was yes I on the occasion of the initial meeting i took precious stones and linked them[ genius and stamped himself as a man [from the county is a burden and had miss. i

terday. (in Key West last Thursday of the I together in bands of geld. the price of whom Diogenes would heartily ap- ship to those attending court. It was certainly a rare treat in Its J

Florida editors was one of the memorable I a king's ransom, pandering to the! prove. Without a cent of money in.1 To amend the laws in regard to the line and those who witnessed it said i

Miss Annie Fienberg, one of Dunn events of the newspaper nen's i pleasure and working for the adorn- !his pocket, with no prospects of a :number of our supreme court judge!that Mr. and )(rs. Topperein hold .

ellon's) popular! young ladies, was convention. Indeed, this prominent; meat of princes and potentates. Now, i shelter for the night he picked up a Ito'I either three or five so that there the world's record

shopping in Ocala yesterday. I Floridian was showered with congratulations the greatest craftsman is the workerin pocketbook containing $100. which 'can be no tie vote in their decisions! !I I

I{ i not only by the visitors but I iron, and his handicraft unites men: 1''I. was proved to be the property of Other states have from three to five j I per-formance J

:Mrs. Paul C. Davis, of Tampa, is I by his fellow: citizens, who hold him :and localities that else had been: i1'Frank Weiler. Vote against any change in our convict !ment of the Win
in the city the guest of Mrs. Sh ey. I in highest esteem. i I strangers, and increases the sum of[ Cullen was wandering by the pos .1! lease system that will! throw the pan ; the rifles and ammunitionused ,

Her many friends will be glad to see I The address is as follows: 'the prosperity and happiness of the office when he saw the pocketbook [(support of our convicts on the state is manufactured by this com 1
"Mr. President and Members of the I III human family. : derived from pany. 1
her again. I and picked it up. He opened it and ijor lessen the revenue 1
Florida Press Association, Ladies "One of these craftsmen saw the Jihis i eyes bulged out as he looked at: the hire of convicts. It would cost j
II and Gentlemen- On behalf of the II beautiful emerald isle on which w '! U Paper is the money of civilization.We .
:Mrs.V.. H. Dodge bas gone to I 5'the roll within. He counted the bills i ,the state more cr less than $: ).fW'0
., j''Dainbridg; Ga., where she will spends ]'!press of Key West, I welcome you. : welcome you today, and as his comprehensive :and then asking for the nearest police :annually to feed clothe and guard have outgrown aay other kind

J w > \'(' weeks:: visiting relatives and my brothers of the press, to our island gaze included the other station, made his way to headquarters jour convicts, besides the state would and ninty-nin per tent of the commerce
friends. home. It is not only as brothers emeralds that lay at intervals between where he planked the treas. ;lose the $2 />00 received for hire of of the world is doa with paper. f

cf the press that we greet you= but it and the mainland, he said: ure in front of Capt. James Cash say- '!same. And again, it would greatly The standard of value should be |

also as of that broader brotherhood 'I will link these stones together in a ing he found it. (I!shorten our labor supply. There measured by the stability of governments 4
Mr. M. Rubin has returned from ,
Savannah. He passed through Ocalayesterday children of our parent state-Florida. a chain of iron, with Key West as The captain counted the money and i should be an inspector for county All governments have the <

f..4.-f his back to D'jcntllon. "We have no great works of art ormarvels the pendent and suspend it from the :later turned it over to the owner, who i' !convicts the same as for state con power of preservation. and with f
on :: way I
j of architecture to show you neck of my foster mother-Florida- : rewarded the finder. Cullen immediately -I I,victs. that pew erg: he power to assess and col.

,but we can show you the beautiful as an heirloom and heritage to pos. proceeded to celebrate with: 1 I The laws of assessing taxes should lect tax1*-no government should pay 1
I I waters which surround you, sparklinglike terity, that they who live in this territory interest Mr. (it, B. Tankersley, fruit grower. :the reward. !be amended so that the gross wrongs
liquid torquois and emerald, and and the thousands that! will no intrinsic value--tbe'alue I
of Coleman
trucker and capitalist, etc., I as are now practiced could not exist
scintillate under the have enlarged possibilities should be derived from the strength i
diamond shall
as they come after, j
was in Ocala Wednesday. He The Immigrants Florida Needs. the inequality of taxes on like
rippling kiss of our balmy southern for prosperity and happiness.' I I land nl the government-this would put J
fares that his section is all to the good.; property could be adjusted. There
breezes; we can show you a verdure "Men may endow colleges or found' :i The Italians are a most frugal peo-.1!should be an assistant assessor in all citizens on an equality. The man f I

Ocala is crying aloud for some kind perennially green. untouched by the libraries as monuments to themselves, '!pIe. They can get more out of the' leach{ district. elected by the people now. however, owning a gold or sit '-1*
!l withering lips of Jack Frost; we can but the builder o( a railroad, from fiver mine when at least, silver was
of manufacturing industries. The ,land, and at the same time build it'fup : ;;for two years, whose duty should be
show you one of our bright, sunshiny which he knows he can never derive' all open to free coinage exercises a tre- <
man who sets the pace for starting better, than any other agricultur to supervise all assessments on
days, of which we have three hundred interest on his investment, can n-endous advantage over his fellow t..
benefactor. any in his precinct, so as to
same will be heralded as a ists. For this reason owners of large > properties
:and sixty-five in every year; we canslow have but.one motive the highest implanted I / the unequality of adjusting I and this craze for gold has corrupted
plantations are eager to have them., with it i
which when God tte human race. Do away
; you an azure sky, in the breast of man by taxes.! He should Inspect personal ;
the hunter of the east casts his shaftof the betterment of his fellowmen. Aside from their skill as farmers, j''property Make money of paper solely-Issue no ;l
as well as supply assessor'with
Frank Harris will
)lr. and Mrs. light and puts the morning star to "Great achievements for the im ;they are industrious, thrifty and genii ': all entitled to poll tax toads, pay no interest, and all the
) 'lea"Magic n> today City,"for they Miami.will! be While the guestsIf in the flight covers us like an inverted bowl provement of man's condition of ;erally temperate. As truck farmers, !dues, whose pay should not be more I citizens of the republic will stand on *. a

Mr. and Mrs. C.1.. Rrown. cf sapphire; we can show you a people !earth have always been inseparably rlthey: utilize every inch of ground, ev- I than ten cents per name of property .an equality. Every state, county and

: living in harmony, except for the linked with the master mind that conceived ;ten cultivating the fence corners and 1 ;holder or person subject to pay poll I municipality should cave the power
occasional little jars which come totie them. The telescope suggests; ;ito issue money in proportion to the |
the banks of streams. They even i '

Miss Jefferson Bell, who accompanied but unit- tax.Have of taxes it assesses and collects
best regulated families, of cotton, increased I i amount
Galileo a crop law
I ; franchise tax passed so
Press Association as ,save every root for fuel, and know a
1 the Florida ed as one man when the interests of from 10,500 bales to 14,000,000 bales, that this class of property will bear i ; this: power would make itsont'Y
. l far Key West and stopped over in how to manage so well that they rarely of value
as current
concerned and who. absolutely
Key: West are a perpetual reminder of Eli Whitney :its just burden of state support. It [
Ocala on her return to Tallahassee, lis have to buy food of any kind. Theiri would be in a
seeks prefer- and community 5
when one of her sons | and the cotton gin. The telegraphticks is taxable. It is constitutional. It : every
has returned home. 'I i intensive style of farming is in' its public }
ment, throws past differences over- the name of Morse in every message :should not be exempt from taxes for position to erect necessary s
waters of the gulf ; contrast to the extravagant buildings repair its streets purchase -
board, into the of joy or sorrow that flashes strong the want of laws compelling them to;
Mr. John L. Carney, prosperous over which we take passage to the over the wires; the Atlantic cable system in use in the average American !, taxes on their franchise. Georgia I( parks and beautify them and

young orange grower of Lake'eir, mainland; we can show you an har- suggests the name of Cyrus W. Field;;; farming community.-Frederic!' !;pay receives a revenue from this sourceof !do a great deal that municipal pride

was visiting in Ocala Wednesday. He is bor which has no superior on the [land every electric light shows the :J. Haskin. { $:'!50OOO yearly. Florida nothing. I would suggest.
has a pretty grove and he says it the Atlantic coast, one into echoes I _
gulf or lineaments, every telephone I i There are many laws in different
fine. It is white with of water I i The cf Nassau will visit
looking very which ships drawing thirty feet : governor
and phonograph
the name every If Dr. Holly wants to remove the states that cover this class of property I
Mooa. can come, and one in which no !sings of Edison, the wizard. And ,,Baptist Herald from DeLand to someplace 'I whereby you could frame a bill '!'us next month the guest of H. M.
ship that has sought refuge from hurricanes -henceforth and for all time, the name' after. I Flagler. He will remain here several 1
'I o'tier we hope he will give the! '
Mr. Ernest :McLin: who accompanied f has ever been damaged. of Henry M. Flagler will be linked Ocala Banner an opportunity to bid[.1| Let every one and all things bear i daysllis excellency! is deeply Interested
the editors to Cuba is back and "You have come to us at a most opportune achievement in rail in
to the greatest on printing it. Our friends of the flap their legitimate amount of taxes. in the railroad work now
l,. says the trip was thoroughly enjoyed time. We are standing today road construction that the world hase'er ,Baptist Witness ignored us entirely. Yours truly, progress and come hr for the purpose -
Two days were spent in Havana and the beginning of the end of an
at seen. 1 -_ L. S. LIGHT. ( of looking over it.-Ke> West'C' |
Goat of the places of interest were 'ra.Ve occupy the position of being _A monument more enduring thai: 'i .

visited. ,. the largest city in 'the United the; monoliths of Rameses or Tto- Brandreth's Stimulate Pills the are the Blood.great purl Quoting what this paper said about 1 i .

j States without a railroad, but that distinction mes, because his philanthropy will be, ,fier. They are a laxative and Blood I i the "home preacher," the Tampa Evening -- -

Mr. C. H. Mathis, the gig cantaloupe I, will soon be gone, and with written( upon the tablets of life andmemory. ,Tonic, they act equally in the bowels,, News adds the following: Yeti !; FRECKLES AND PlrfPLESI

grower, of South Carolina, Colorado it will go much that has made our The work that he is doing I the kidneys and the skin, thus cleans'lit's the home preacher, who, in and
and Florida, is a guest of the :Monte-: island a veritable home and our peo- on this road we will show you before, ;,ing the system by the natural outlet of comforts the afflicted. I BEHOVED *a Ten Lays.Nadinola.
f mma hotel. He says his crop of ple one family. Sharp competition you leave our shores and with our, :of the body. They stimulate the: out season

l' "cants" planted near Ocala are look will come, and with all its bitter welcome to you, we bespeak for himyour ;|blood so as to enable nature to throw ministers to the unfortunate, labors s she

\.. ing fine. If he can have a good and I cruelty and the easy going methods support in the great work whichhe !;off all morbid humors and cure all summer and winter, in sunshine and CorsplexioaBcautificr 4
!roubles arising from an impure 1 I
Early rain both watermelon and canta- cf the"past will be a memory; in exchange has done and is still doing for the j blood. One or two taken every night !shadqw, in doing higaster's: busi i u ca-

loupe growers will be happy.Mr. for which, however, we will the welfare and happiness of our pea. |will prove an invaluable remedy. ness. Evangelists may come and ; o!v-sei fcy thou.ands {
gain in improved conditions and opportunities 1 evangelists may be. but "", -- R' I
ple. Each pill contains one grain of solid.1 I ..i ,rtctdla&I.and
Robert Fosnot. of East Lake 1) for higher development- ")Ia) the press of Florida ever be, .extrace cf sarsaparilla, which, with.t preacher-God bless him--is with us -z" g j.;,rinteei t rcm TIJ

Weir, was in Ocala yesterday and financial, mental, social and moral. A, found, in the future as in the past, on.Iother valuable vegetable products,, always.It _._ ""II .IS E! all zidd discoloration t

placed a prttty bouquet of oranges careless: moral attitude will no more the side of progress and achievementand (make a blood purifier of excellent ...;\; ;. ant restore tLc

blossoms on our table. He says the be tolerated than careless business opposed to the spirit that seeks, 'character. seems unnecessary to state that fceiury of youti. The

groves on the lake are white with methods for the development of our destruction-like the :youth who fired:, !for Brandreth's pills have and been sold in use in'very the Illinois man who lost his mind be- wont C can in twenty day ."3;. and '1.00
I over a are
t blooms and the prospects for a heavy j new civilization will require moral the dome of the temple of Diana at I drug store or medicine store,: cause of the increase of salary was at ill Lading ,'."uj etores, or ty nuiLnnOWl.

crop are quiet encouraging. I!fiber and will be destructive to moral Ephesus-by tearing down instead of I either plain or sugar coated. net a congressman. rrtarcd; IIr tom (0.. ?:N. Tea


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: During his .
FRANK HARRIS Editor. The sf the No Surprise. .
concluding paragraph :'legislature: of the I !i'J' ,

;, = P. V "Leavengood, Business Manager. following dissertation on "Doubt," ton, Mr. Bryan said blowings of the Hra- i '" ;

probably expresses a state of mind not i "I am in politics last week in regard I Rapid change of temperature are hard (a

IN a in the theological ferment i of a county treas II ) -
j uncommon Ie
mixed as I am in constitution.The .
'jof our times"Correctness Broward was by no 1 I on the toughest
I could not place
The Journal ha* t
conformity .
of thought is -
and of :upon church creeds, I the governor's ideas from the heated ()
of thought to things thought conductor palling
I remember 8
;,to. .>nt at this time 0: the i
I Ito thought. I have never met any i i Methodist preacher I to the icy temperature
of trolley car
in with his inside
person who believed he did not know j i keeping: oCt a
boy of a mill to
.that which he knew: ; but nothing is I i of the platform-the canvasser spending an
{brought wheat. He : a)
!more common than for us to ( sary for the Record to building and then
1 came from the hill I I hour or so in a heated
in reply to the Journal
.think know what do
we we not. .
:i We never mistake our knowledge for i the river.route but ;I: to state that the gov- walking against a biting wind-know the 9
reached the mill t

me (ignorance; except perhaps in extrememetaphysics .'ask them which i!..II yet asked his enemies difficulty of avoiding cold. 8
( but ve constantly mis-
haS ; but whether the .
: FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1907. for e to the Journal. nor
take ignorance knowledge.
mejae1 i our I I
: have thought of this Emulsion strengthens the *
with the condi' Scott'J
'And the remedy for this so far as
; times, and it often ::
there is a remedy, is the practice of ; Record should try to it better withstand the
ocllalt' There has been a decided drop in When I first went to :: tQa body so that can + _>ceCt
mental candor until it becomes fixed | of the appointment ,.
1 the market. I bad I' from changes of temperature.
egg ,congressman treasurer by Governor danger of cold ..
habit. The cultivation of an intellec-
act i -r-- tue was to be found j i '.

wev : The St. Petersburg Times says tual conscience. He whose opinionsare but after I i brief manner as above =
j party: :
[ all convictions is as reckless in- defend the governor ; to avoid taking! cold. ,;
ov; t that Ocala has a live board of trade. ,I :ington awhile, I i I[ It will help you
: in making niori' -
tellectually he is morally whose i v'
n bad
some i .>r disregard to the ob ,
1 of Canon City, assertions are all categorical. Con-
rieOj The fruit
were many good : :
the Colo., marketed last year $::00.'t viction has no more right to go beyond i i made me a little : he is under to the dem ALL DRUCC:3TS: 50- .OooooJ

sell worth of fruit. netting $100 per acre. evidence and just inference than ,''my' opinions. When i of the state to lei iooooo : ; ;
in the selection of '
the| 1 statement has to go beyond convic date for the |

: It is positively asserted that the tion. A man should be hardly less the office holder of -

ne peach crop in West Virginia will be careful not to deceive others by ex democrats left me ;; cow ties. -
&; republicans came to : | has always opposed The Thaw trial continue* to draw it< Bishop t' B Gallosa\ hr H*
light. It is hurtful to truth :
pression. as '
sly after careful j ideas' when it consid !-I to decide when ought to doubt I
prir ; we my mind I would j who has bee sfeMiBc the wiatereaso
The year 1907 will see many miles to doubt when we ought to de. and will continue to I -
(! N lican in the face I j \\1l1idmIk the htatdt_ I. ia Tamp the guest (if Mr sty

t t of railroad constructed in Florida. Wesuld I!cide. We should feel no reluctance the back." i I never "berated" him 'New I Britain Cons. teak .,......., !Mr. John Trice, has so far recover*

: are growing apace. Ito confess our ignorance always to the act was based I
Praadw., !
located Saa
has been at
that be was able to preach .last .
of opinion. But
'-- ourselves, and when circumstance
ide :.,. a4 will leave for his Missis
bol k The president is getting mixed up call for it, to others. The phrase. "I Faith openly violates a.i.i: The SIiRdartl.a 14 Cet.ut... home Mttt may.I ***

,Utll t with many notions. He is as shifting don't know," honestly and fairly used The Ocklawaha or of the party which
,.. II Is going to be priated hereafter
inc< i& and unstable as the winds. humbles us, but whc so used, it covers !!rive and depart it will exercise I -
!=: IT four colors. Mr. Job P. Wall of T.. ..
: I t.
de t much the larger part of truth. We three times a j belongs to every hon
: F brim with criticise his action. I -- -- I Ii von the eity el Tampa selhac th*
bile F The people of Texas use oil and should use it honestly and fairly, : pass :
none of the \': I| that the Journal has ;!!i Law practice most be good to Ta.,1'Tarps. my Hotel A .hotel, u ,
oil and bothvto ourselves and others
roe. lime on their streets and : always, ,
from this travel. to advise Governor f!pa. Attorney Joe B. Wall bat ta strange ibis for a sky to lien. bet
whitewash in their legislature. ,however, remembering that we are t tOE
d not to deny, even in thought the existence -'the chief patron of any subject is without I.! of the largest and facet touring '.any city M earth Mfct ta be pnn4.W

1V Williamson "Did I of a thing because we do not way of freight yet j !krow him too well, cars in Florida. to owe such a hops i* the TIIIIN .
Albert says: you
tost boats and reaped i; in a matter where op I
know of its existence. It is the lack
bol ever stop to think that the smaller a '' i Judge Joph II. Wall h1III that
that followed from for him to reward one !
man's brains the bigger his mouth" of such knowledge that constitutes i hV had to adjourn court at ArtaJte j .
tort' igronance. This lack is the very stuff owned these ; toy appointing him !I II I The "alA rln.. la..' ... paramo
and return to bU home la Tampa i
doas of which ignorance is made. If we ought to have done I as against those who'' **! la the ce ..!... the Jtretft
remarks When ht U
Apalachicola sutBcieBtly reovrwi he. |
knew all existences, taking the term ty years she would his friends, as was I ** bf rthr.. usi trial at c.It.i st...
that there are several men in Florida will bold a speed tern at Areaa.The i i
o ft who are running for exercise. as including both the actual and solved the freight matter of the treav iI I, Va., for kilttec .'w.....*. whoa thsf
politics -- -- --
thet the potential, we should know everything would bin a ; : county. I j assistant secretary' of war has i forced to marry their slater ...
irate Rural mail carriers have had their for there is nothing else to for commercial 1 editor has been quite :notified the governors of the varfaNM i Kt had rataed aM atteapted. al essen >

lert salaries increased to $900 per annum. know. We have no more warrant for strength with to cover tip his>> own. as !j states which have organlwd .iHttethat I aa hoar alter the oarrtsft

goo 'c or any of the : 'i of others in this mat I
dogmatizing random negativelytaan ---- -
it has been found aectMcary to
one affirmatively. The forms of lan- in need of some :\ |! avail. Like the parrot, I omit for thU He Slid FrftttM.TMa .
flat '' tear the eoatettytet.4
I' Ben Tillman expects to coin $;)0.- guage force us very often to be dog- merce. too much. -Bra-Jen- .t I annual encampment for the teMruction UrawMrtlle to.tiir scene It '_

000 before the next assembling of matic in expression, but this does not The bible says a of eitisen aoldler be ttpMsMflMTttf JWOgf deal, of M|. .

bar t congress. That's not bad. oblige us to be dogmatic in thought. faith but it couples thin.taattdoa.
Penny. ---
and the -
bar 2 all I
--- -- If we attempted to communicate in It is right for Tampa has .
a young WCNMM aot yet
oth This delightful spring weather is in herself and in her -- ,
(discourse all the qualifications and who recently closed a 14 years oW who hM bpett tswrrI.d, Well*

an y developing the straw hat. The ones all the shades and degrees of quali should add to her meetings at Em- lived with lw hu..Rd tome eaosttk IMd you say frtetfcw or It1toe

fro r we have seen look nobby, too! board of tra > ought
I fication that we realize or : told, according to the to tire of dim, and is BOW dh1lfNlili.
the : _
ought to realize in thinking. work. Marti City IWe i Journal Tampa is entitled to wear UK Mrs. Carrie ChapoM Cut it
ed Will the female writer who declared an interesting )I yellow thai,.

ed that halt men are "good kindly we should only perplex or misleadour : want people-we says: I ribbon-indeed. Tampa Is tatHM to )4voted I : MA wife mast Irate hw hM
vo r i state her age and whether married. hearers. It has been remarked Talk is cheap too pennies had been; lire undera yellow tsiavas t*... :'lead a4 keep hits trmtoed. lull: MMe

cet or single?-Pensacola Journal. I that no one ever means precisely want the fellow ;, and his attention I -- -- :. tMfcu a jrotMff ....: MM Jtu

I what he says for no one ever says blades of grass to this. One night he held We are asked if Dr. W... wlao:1 I ihtw MX bow what she is talklaf
CO --- --- --- ---- :
po lion. J. M. Barrs is now in high ,precisely what he means. Doubt is grew before. J'j and a copper penny,t I want to fee preoMeat of the .. sate. ;:above. A rMiaff aafct w these ttasssM
w feather in Jacksonville. The openingof a state of mind proper to any high de- ----- \" held by the :jl* not a Milk-tea, why is be 1lettlag worth ,1St to Ht aad a basba e

of "Dixieland" across the river seemsto gree of uncertainty. It is a question The Ocala Banner poor little red cent I(. Claude L'F agk to an page Us eaavI to practice' oa aw he had far MMthaa

have hit a popular chord. whether anything is uncertain in and General Ellis why don't amount to any aten for him? We give It tip. rVr- a haadred.-Cfeartestoa ? ...

of itself-whether all contingency is :000.00 I to be paid to be you,' said the I haps it is because he w ars a o. ,aad Courier.Sfcaylor..

1 An old hermit named Donohay as-'''not jn knowledge, none of it in the moneys in attorney's : I am not very big: i hat. -
c ed nearly 70 years, committed suicide (objects of knowledge. The so-called was paid to do. The 'but the children lib'!i -- Judge of the triBtaal court

5 at Trilby by hinging himself to a rafter !contingent events of tomorrow are at was not alone ; buy a gooJ many lbun All sorts of buy bests vntiftt to of Ltovel C'OUIIt!' ,. ought te have M

this uncertain to the whole there were other .: I In the ears of Cotoimet
in his honor a few days ago. I moment you can't buy any : W. W.FJowrttoy. ; teas aotitvd the governor that .he was

:- I human race; but if they are known board. and then: said the dollar. 'Just I of ire FuaJaK Sp rinals. They ,' not able rn huM court H. .....

0 Just as the early bird catches the I to God they have certainty relativelyto serted that the and bright and sblny I(HIM to hot sometimes h If) reumhleyellow i' have ktve-l Duval (coun'v great il

a worm, the first t\tan to get there In : him. He never doubts. Whether not have done the : lot more than you Jacket aad bwnbie bee*. of (inn Tfan x-n- F.'raata4ael

Ai any business proi\osition is the nan'Ii'we will or not, we must live with uncertainty : this board and kept so said the little red They are after him .hot for MMNN spy Record.

t that wins. \ [ and die with it. Relativelyto his office. The 'but I go to church a sort of an uftk-e -

I it extends of truthas blame the attorney .
us over a part --
do '
3 As soon as the Thaw Trial is over I surely as certainty does over another 'this expenditure you- anyway.: ( ,.lIkf' Brother Jontaa. t/I1t the Pun S SEVEREECZEMA[ [ .1.

Florida. will have her legislature onj I part. To doubt too much is to charge him with Y as a--Soldier. ta Coma Ilcrakl. the .\t...... CMdi
I tin ion
-.>. hands. There is always some excitement carry over by self-deception the uncertain duties. To charge E. Bleckley. whose says "Don't throw a straw in

and amusement. into the certain. Not to do as a merrber of that the way of ImMiftratioa. Mather

---- -- I either should be a matter of solicitude i ment of an annual '(' in the Gfor- build a hart and help. It cnM the CURED IN S SOUTH t.
wrote a "letter to "
t ferry. That
We generally want what we have with every lover of truth. The thousand dollars to is being published. Is better than oaNfaw It ,

not got and when we get it we cease repose of conviction is very desirable yer is a grave: enou a 'hereby'A .
sentence occurs: i
to appreciate it and are: reminded of will give him all --. --- -
and seductive. To doubt is
very never : of Manassas. xaltes patrul Suffers Three Years-Hands u-J
waatoat Ta.
It only when we lose it. often sometimes : will want to do.- pa "a* n' .
pleasant, painful
__ t ag I while I was in a cently o\<-rl'',a4* l with a Ranker ui.' Eye Most Affected Employed
onizing. And in so far as this promptsto

Forty-one republicans voted against inquiry and urges us to decision The Courier I II skill in, endeavoring the noble an to ran which who made them*?!h.* were' overfcMuied ,i Doctor to No Effect-New Entirely _

the ship subsidy steal. So all republicans it is very useful; but when it induces 'added a special i: nature I am pacific t deed a load. The. a whote hall that was la- Recovered and Will RecefRfReAJ

are not as bad as they ares us to decide without inquiry or evidence : edition a sixteen : has but feeble de I'have been thtef sfeniU I It
reported to the
i il
painted. J magazine that is the 1 |MurMMMt
without the of
\ proper use my constitution. Nev of cruelty to animals. CUTICURA REMEDIES IN _
--- ------- the ten: cent : I I i
them, the result is like dt'Claring'Ic-
the .
Two liquor dealers of Nebraskawere tory before fighting the battle. If Eight pages are filled for a short time in of be a I The \\"a..OII ,i ALL PARTS OF PARISH

fined $30; each for using the we were so constituted that we could pictures of persons ,i I C..t't'NIt'1 -S I

United States fia; on their beer bottle not doubt, what security would therebe ,.of social interest to : Confederacy. 11 want more i l
on account of ill !board of ......11.
thuaejrt lema fur thrw ,
it i
: labels. for truth? What could more cripple the state of Kentucky I was yean and she faMsnyni
months service inj j already tu|>re.e over every'' liv a duetor wtth a*
the mind than to deprive it eitherof .eight pages contain | effort alt siiet.pbyed
A letter to the New York Pro luce without having shed I lug and dead. It Is at tas
, 4&a this
I the power of doubting or the powerof .etc., prepared by |! wav-- ..... C.
News from Lake Weir says that wa- or lost any blood of I makes an awful Matter a4 ttctir* Knap aadOaua
The comic supplement : aecom
}. '. believing? To face frankly the terrors ] .
termelons and cantaloupes planted in I state of my martial I pUshes very little. rt. 0of -
of uncertainty requires courage. i tinctive feature of br .... need
that section are coming fin0 and I i somewhat peculiar: II '-
up tier-Journal.I The her Mt *...
I Indeed, to think at all, responsibly I' If those who give A
promise a nice did not hate my are reck' badly a&Mrt,

crop_ i rationally and with absolute fidelity :,paper is now the : !I getting "fighting oned as benefactors Ton Wateea taD and w.... hs
I anywhere would .
': The Sanford c'lergrowen; m'j i to truth upon many subjects requires ;.published commit my share ofj i 1.1 measure places with Canefle and ('utirurl.tupc Mr.-NIl

[ the Hastings potato growers are in I Ir the highest degree of courage. It is..:stantly improving. being actuated by ai I!Rockefeller. There &*KSU to be no Ointnvnr tb* es

r: fine spirits. They are anticipate -g easier, perhaps, to stand before a load- ::bar of pages is about: I of duty, unmixed with'limit to the advice he can give Bern : to bur stghtiy;
for their !lls. I ed cannon and see the match applied --- I fanners. Lut it did
big prices respective yit" ;i The Femandian When I consider how, flog a IitrhI <( than to adopt a conclusion utterly destructive have _. with th* iastrurtioa la ttpbsta
been "-
had -
; i --
f' chased a nepress iI my Editor the entire set of Ivttrura ....
of Florida this
The Clark
celery crop yearIs to past convictions long. I How'ell. Ihe id
brilliant myif," .. .
I be installed. !' my prowess. I am't. .tirfol, f1'u'lt'flld. .
!. larger than last year and it has cherished, and to .the authority upon i I'sleeping over its ; gentlemen on'i 1':young. Georgia journalist. denies the thanks CUfk'Ula tarry ratrh. ud will
been a source of much revenue. The: \ 'soft impeachment" I't'OOIJUDtIftd it hi*him tt our key
Ii. I which they rested, in a mater of vital He he and
: says U in
; forced
ord will labor to upon my r j-j" a every Uuuk ad 00f'IIIIr sit
tf production of potatoes has likewise II I I I'J interest and of personal concern.- ,to the importance of the ranks at an early i mixer. At any rate as editor of the Ccld blast you fur tb.. ..k.. rf

been greater. Logan E. Bleckley. Atlanta Constitution and sufferioglluraantty. LSLR.lt.lr1 M-
I :struggle: for what : To the best of ,]the t Georgia a meatfcer of dzoIiolis. La..J&u. j ADd Srha" J 1'JtJi. '
---- her. the best I was very h* bus made-
: With relue-j
The supreme court of Florida has The Polk County Record hears the : a big reputation in the
antic seaboard of to figlt. j j' empire state I
rendered a decision that no negro because rumor that Senator Louis W. Zim, of : -- I SOUTHERN MAN CURED b
da it be -- -
St. Lucie will be to as j That was a
of his color can demand that county. a candidatefor thoughtful and a 01
i Air Line: good Terrible Eczema
railway's j
the- sheriff select negro jurymen, toserve commissioner of agriculture. Tampa or ,woman who U printing a b/Cutlcura
i Mr. Garrett. and Its j tin the blind language In Six Weeks."
as jurors. for the .
That is not nice An exchange says Mr. Whitt If '. enteritaiamem Borne time
a looking spectacle : SE') i and edification as o t .ullflt'll'd trribhrHmrV
-- --- ------- of with
i '';. which Kentucky presents' of a judge: I i''seem.:. to calm the condition of the com (fortunate these un. C&ll.t<'ZPrna, aol I bad ties best nr'il.
think that .
Some We
great .
hope that tt.ro .i.
being conducted to his bench Texas. Perhaps not. [ in Florida and made it I took the butt wr in
good will follow the publication of the I between > will Jt'ad'to a Mind department ......... t., 4I
files of soldiers. It looks a little like has been "vindicated.: and Tampa some of in kept on with 1DfIiI f,... about nw
in that It our -t't'u
details in the Thaw trial I II big daily until I
Russia. ated. or something I inspection of the i iI newspapers. I Nq saw tM ('utacnn Rp
will reveal the mode of living in high I and -- -- chaff ad yPrt Utod. and I at "as.. pwo
difference the
at those places. 'utk-ura
and those who are not members I St"Crt"tuy1lson Sup. t'uixttrs
life ; has Ointment
The '
Tampa Trioune The
says that matter has been at no interior 'utit-ura H"uoiv4pt but

5 of the four hundred will have notearsF j f Deputy Sheriff Deas, of Hlllsborough 1!but not without the is expected to point.do U but to has not made public his ruling Ong had not me.the After.hchl..e hi". of I....
i labels It i I had u.nt t bIPtC!
to shed. 1 county, is in Ocala to testify in some i the confidence of the and pay the fid allow rectifiers to said be will) p'1't that Cut n1ra Itrtn.tfr J 41. tM

; from I important case name of case not ;;as, the south, and the ucts "blend," but mark their prod rent. and in JUie tU "i5 ty
What this country suffering stated. !i cola Journal. will force the statement any alQL1utb ae ev..... I a.jywt
in Ol\lt
I plain suderin
about as much as anything else is I, i letters of just what Is dWa..1,8 ta y from t ha t4 b44 .
in the TTJ.T* Cut' Rm..J.
of Alabama mhtart.
meddler." He is mak- A. L. Horton has i agrees J.
the "legislative arrested forj t You have .. ( No.
sow to that the ---- ;: ton. MJiU's, 8-*
ing our laws obnoxious and our courts having Issued a forged check upon r solving If the! Florida alligator ,
in South Dakota lies In keep t :SSl[!!n>t! >. ** the di the lick up rrr ..... .* imu>, M
too eternally busy. We are governed H. B. Dunn at Tampa. Mr. Dunn formerly ; -divorce. Florida 1 1daremert't. swallowing live little ata tot l4trnq : **a ? y na..at ..
O exportatioa of the "nig.ger's" ( ib., tole .. ii. ..ut.r
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4, I toe-muc-' resided at Citr* I I wont that help settle the c'o'-'u II.Ut"lItW.uln .. q I St" ...... ...
race >>(JiJr p.s
i' t tti problem?-Coait'.mtloa.! lass"o", atttttut hit./get1uMN..p t>:>t'....a
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' What Is Going on in the Land of the In the Appointment of United States High Values Well Sustained-Outlook \ made the young' hotNo Rattlesnake Watermelon SeI

Grapefruit and Pine. Senators. of Bright-operators All to the !:! wonder he was flustered.
,After March 15th, the address I Only Pure Strain In United Statf
the Southern Baptist Witness will Good. j!|:The foeman peppered him with shot I Carefully selected k?pt pure '.n,

|E. At Homestead forest fires recently United States Senators Mallory be Ocala, instead of DeLand. i iI I i Right after he was mustered. years. No other variety grotr.l on
I plantation of 1.5M acres. Pure seed
The Catholic Standard
and Timl' .
:- destroyed several orange groves. and Taliaferro have addressed a let!! This move from DeLand to Ocala,, The smallness of the receipts, but impossible where different kind

.*' Sooner growers are busy planting ter to Governor Broward calling his is a business proposition. The Star 333: casks for the week ending yesterday I are grown; lotl5c.oz.2k.: : 4 ox.

,' melons and are praying for rain at I attention to the fact that Senator I Publishing Co., make a bid for printing a little average bite of 56 casksa Lot him who at this tale shall halt. 40c: 1.: n> 60c.: lib $1 : Sib $1.50. lOlb

tV same time.At .. Burroughs, chairman of the senate the Witness $200 lower than the day, hardly enough to satisfy a And frown on it as spicy 13 SO. delirered.
Just take it with a pinch of salt Remit registered letter or money 8f'
Lake Helen the early peaches committee on privileges and elections, bid made by the Painter Printing Co., small coastwise order, kept the Savannah der. Send for seed annual.
\nd he will find it nice. SeeCleveland ?
are as largo as pecan nuts and ilevlvmlse will hereafter oppose the presentation [Of DeLand. The prospects are that market in a very strong condition I ,I Manual on melon culture oo ail or

a large and early crop.! of the credentials of any senator ap Ocala will give us at least $500 to ; throughout the week, and secured .. Leader I ders.i .

John Leonardy of Osteen, is snliipk : pointed by any governor when such $300 worth of advertising patronagemore an advance in the spot market to I!;Now'' here's another started. !i M. I. BRANCH,

In; some xery fine lettuce north and ,appointment is caused by the expiration than DeLand could, profitablyto 721-2 cents a gallon the highest price I
i Who knows where it will fetch '? I Columbia Co. Berzelia Gi.
receiving<< fancy prices. I : of a senator's term of office, herself, give us, Ocala being a of the season. At the advance every up i ,
!'Still, if foeman chased him. I let
"l :he Pineallas Orange Growers'As and the legislature has not had time considerably larger town and a bet i thing offering was quickly taken and 1 -- -
Us hope he did not
sociation 'net at St. Petersburg:,t I ito: make its choice. ter business center than DeLand. [the outlook is that a similar condition

urday and transacted considerable The letter reads as follows: Ocala moreover, is more favorably will prevail during the coming I Houston Post ILCHKMiCOHDITIOH IDRl.eN

business of importance. United States Senate. located, being more nearly in the center week. Indeed, it would not be surprising
But if, in keeping from hU f'--
i C. M. Hart's orange packing ho'ise Washington, D. C., Marclj 4, 1907. : of the state on three main lines to see the market remain in I
Jf Much forboding was his task\ ott.Let's .
.. ''Jat Fort Mesde was totally des'.royod Governor X. B. Broward, Tallahassee, of railroads and accessible to nearly this condition for the rest of the :
I hope he found some chanco ,
by fire last Friday night. The instance Florida. :r.ll: the state in one day. We had bids month. The winter has been such an
?'! ED
carried was very small. Dear Sir-In view of the approaching :irom: two other places viz: Live Oak open one that the boxes are said to :I CURE.
And in the tobasco '0.SALT.Slcre
Fine Ca'tle farmers are persistent i iI session of the legislature of Florida and Arcadia and sought bids from : be clearer of gum that usual, and ;: -TimesUnionHx Rs'' =CiW R
I am' mean to raise a crop of v.ateraielons : I we respectfully beg leave to call still others, notably Jacksonville and while the spring is probably to be an 1 1I 1I I 1OIIt.M tatofpurrtiA
1I % toKti(RtM>,It..iIMM.Aett
I i despite the drouth. Several your attention to a matter which, we Bartow, but these declined to bid. unusually early and continuous one I I I /DA tIIuur IsSTDCI tr AI .'11\\
was a bashful wig: AtSAlaUMHtt .NIJaMI MQAaeWn0Mlly,
very a"err
are drawing water from the lane togrt think, is of some concern to the state, I Under all circumstances. Ocala'sseemed it is not now believed that there will nUi""a"is aqy A rood cut I\iICJ'Stul K.
I fw .3 funny though distressing
them started. and which It would be well to submitto bid the best, and we have be a sudden rush of new crop turpsor ctrl WtifITr.A 1UrPVoulAMrr.
I How he would turn from red to whi .Att 2 SCI NTS '**
t' ynton growers have about fiu: .h the consideration of the leg accepted it, and shall hope to make ) rosins to market. Some small arrivals ,, OIS4tnutAtuwowrlyrs fWIIIrwllt' If
To the salad dressing
I see
ed the setting of their plants and islature. I Ocala the paper's permanent home. of virgin spirits and pale rosins -i -R T ACKERHAH&StIWART'J'

i taking ready to handle an immense Section 2, of article II. of the con Now a word to our subscribers. If are already reported, but the advices I

crop Quite a number of crates of stitution of Florida fixes the time for your subscription is gone out will you received by factors of shipments

*r Dians are going north daily. .the beginning of regular biennial not renew it at once. It will cost us already made or in prospect do not A very happy coincidence i- Ihal

Jaiaes ilcComb, jr., and several sessions of the legislature as the first something to move. The managing indicate that the next fortnight will (the Detroit Free Press traveling party

after the first Monday in about the office in the situation of twenty-five bt'autifuloun: -; ladk-s
other growers at Pompano wl! pack Tuesday editor will 'need to stay see any material change Education Mail
together this season and expect to April, whereby, at the expiration of more than usual getting things so far as supplies are concern will be here to attend the Darte run by

be a, e to turn out a car o:' -v--j of the term of each United States senator straightened out, and so will not be ed. '- ty: fair on Saturday the tttrh on he .01r.Igaaa.a..piereewlM....IAIertloa ..
nw.MI1.- t1reeialtaL*
tomatoes every day. I from the state a hiatus or interval able to give much time to field work. !! return from lIa1najanli Sew".$ b)I4l.tl4.a Atu.t1 leAle.rN 1y.I.A rtbiotT..1h t1 o.4'OA..r ,

There are some splendid strawberries I is produced in which one of the We hope to pay every dollar of our No further sales of futures have T.-try IIa4 .,...,...iwpwa..U.ur

at Starke: and a great quantity seats in the United States senate, indebtedness to the Painter Printing I been reported this week. As far aslean ,1, The New York senators u<) not 44t.p 1. 1.UUlUl"ala'IolotIi tlf.a.fwaMarlri-'Atr.i.

of them, lout the drouth is becoming which Florida is entitled to have occupied Co., before we leave DeLand and be learned there is but a little offering know which is wornthe; strain of
is vaacnt. bills in full from this time, !i' senatorial or &ensatlonal 'aim;,,
very serious. Very little rain has fallen be able to pay our for May-August at '
In the case of each of the under- Ocala. Now, brethren for this. i -- -
.L la that section in five months.I the very first at and sixty-five cents is asked ;

t \V. H. Webb, of St. Petersburg Las' tinned both of whom were appointedto if we are to do this :you must No futures have been sold for delivery ++*+4***.*..4"t4..+++.*...,.N.N.N.1NN1.bH.

raised three crops of potatoes this fill the seats made vacant by the I[help us and do it right now. If our at any other market than this. : r

year receiving $2 per bushel for the expiration of their respective terms j'obligations are not promptly met and the total sales in advance at Savannah 1 NEW STORE Ii

potatoes, a total of $361 for the three I I until the meeting of the legislature, 'there may arise complications unpleasant aggregate about four thousand' .

I no objection was made to the appoint for all concerned. We knew casks.: It is possible, of course that .

crops.Small quantities of oranges and I IU ment by the governor and each was this to begin with. But we have con-I there may be further sales for May- H i |i M.: Ft E 5 HE H

grapefruit are being shipped from I permitted to be seated. fidence in our brethren. Otherwise :August especially if April brings a O +
Winter Garden. J. I.. Dillard, of that Since the last of these appoint-!i we could never have made this yen very high level of values in the spot s 1NEW

ments the state of Georgia has ture. When once we are settled we I < I
of grapefruit
place, has 1Iboxes;; \ chang.\ U STORE i
which he is holding for fancy prices. ed the date of the meeting of \have absolutely no fear, but we are .

strawberries islature in regular session, to someday dependent upon you to help us get ma.rkt
bushels of j active
About 200 i There has a very
are being shipped daily from La*ty. ; in June and the presentation of settled and we have no doubt that et for common and medium grades :I i : M. FISHE I *

This will be greatly increased by the.I j to the senate of the appointment by you will do it. of rosins during the week under review : .. *. ..

first of next week. Prices are goal the governor of Georgia of Senator We leave DeLand witn much relucjtance. ,and as a result the closing *

and the growers expect a big yield. : Bacon "to fill the vaacncy caused by I I It is an ideal place to live. prices yesterday showed, in comparison -:' H : _

Chase & Co., of Jacksonville, are I'the expiration of his term until the I Ii The moral educational and religious with the closing quotations of NEW;: STORE U

making their tinal shipment of grape i legislature meets." has caused the j atmosphere is of the very highest the previous Friday, advances of 5I( ;

fruit and their initial shipment ofj 1!,chairman of the committee on privi- I type. To live under the shadow of a cents on I, K, H, F, E, D, and ten U: M. I FISHEL tj.i
celery. About March 15. they will bea leges and elections to notifyus that great school like Stetson Universityis cents on C-A. The course of the common *. j

: moving East Coast tomatoes in i hereafter such appointments would a privilege that any one might rosin market: this entire natalstore's
1 ? I not be allowed to be seated or have i H
.csr lots. I well covet. Ii i year has been marked by an 4t NEW STORE
:;, Farmers in the Lemon City section jo iA j their certificates of appointment filed. Our relations with the Painter almost unbroken demand, and the +
ill'[ This means that hereafter on the expiration *
because it is almost assured I been than as a result show a
a rejoicing : Printing Co., have more average prices :
of the term of a senator from M FISHEL I =
there will be no more frosts. | satisfactory; they have been delight handsome advance over those of the .: i
Florida, the seat vacated by that sen-
All crops are looking well and the sea- j ful. There has never been a jar of I previous year. No one nowada's'seems .
ator will remain vacant until his successor -] .
ten promises to be a veryprofitable \ any kind and we hold in high esteem, to fear the future of these | tt

{ i I is elected by the legislature. I personally every one in the shop who darker grades. The experience of the i iI i H '
i The chairman of the committee on! I NEW STORE H
Tatum Ridge dnge trees are putting J I had anything to do with the Witness. past two or three years has conclusively -j, j
of bloom. notwithstanding 'privileges! and elections. Senator Bur-I been that the constantly up- I 4
on a fair amount They have, without exception, shown I
the dry weather. CouKl J Jxnwers roughs, has recently requested I efficient and obliging, and our dealings ward movement of these grades is 2 M. FISHEL. \
that of the 4 4
im'iteour attention and
get a good wetting rain I with them will be among our .justified not by the conditions sur- 4 4 S

soon the orange trees would put on legislature to this matter, because he I'pleasantest memories. We do not expect !rounding production but by the con h.1..*+*****...............................NNNN:
I if satisfied that the expiration of a .
,, -- -
a good crop of fruit. I i any less in these respects in I stant expansion of the consumptie '.
Jordan Brothers at Miami, are I senator's term does not cause such avacancy Ocala than we have enjoyed in De- demand. .. ......................... ..........................
as is contemplated by para- 1 .
large; quantites of [ Land. *Indeed we look forward to -
j jshtoped graph! 3, of section 3 article I. of the I I WANT BIG THEN USE IDEAL
from that section. Ueet'ntlthey our new home with keenest antici The receipts of pales are so light. : CROPS .. FERTILIZER
< from constitution! of the United States, and I
J one car of grapefruit pation. but 203 barrels this week, and the ,
Cocoanut Grove one from Miami and that if the point i is raised in the s'n-I We trust tne move is of the Lord stocks have got down to such insignificant -\ OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU
ate that view will be sustained. That .
one from Little River. 'i We have earnestly and faithfully proportions that the buying i
Volu- I such will be the action of the senate I :"FLORIDA VEGETABLES1-A 'IRISH POT.\TODS"-Book oo
the peach trees from direct us, and this is interest in the
of Him
Many asked to trade feels little or no .
Jt ;
C bad we do not doubt. : plete manual on Florida crop "Soil. S *l. Planting and Cultlva.tion
showing up in impressions have led close showed
are the our week's
'' j4 Sir county way market.
: j Very respectfully Effect of FertlMzer, Digging
-; *h"pe, either from the effects of the S. R. MALLORY :us.nd may God add His blessingand declines of five cents on waterwhite : "FLORIDA ORANGES"-Boon of and Shipping."
' freeze or caused from rtInsect. the Witness under God and N. As stated a few-
1 December may and ten cents on
JAMES P. TALIAFERRO.A : special interest to oraae grow -PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING1
The growers cannot tell |by the support of the brethren grow barrels of new crop pales have come ',i
I ers. special Interest to p4oappl
. -a-- what the trouble is. It will effect the: mightier for His glory and the advancement to market. : .Z .
r- considerably. I Vegetable Bed. of His kingdom.F. .
coming crop I
Vegetable shipping from Cutler. j I What a delightfu; bed you gave m(', C. EDWARDS, is regarded !
outlook as
i The general : Booklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cul all of our different brand, anal,
Cocoanut Grove and other poin'sserith j said the guest. I never slept so well I For Publication Board. j.veryhealthy.. Trade prospects generally j I tivation and Fertilization, MS, prices, etc
of Miami is now at its height in all my life. Why. it.was* likecamping < * never better and indications all

arid every night several car loads of in the woods. The Tocsin Sounded in Ocala. point to the entire prospective crop j i New and revised: edition of the above Just published, free for artlng.

loraatoes. beans, peppers and other j The vegetarian host smiled. The temperance men in Florida are being required to meet the world's

truck produce go out. Among tK- I I, And did you notice the smell of in dead earnest in their fight against demands. The tightness in the money ; 4 WILSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER COMPANY,

largest shippers are E. H. Kirkn>r.n, jII. I I j!the bed? he asked.: control of our politics by the saloon market here and abroad is itself 4 4

C. Tousey and John Douglas. '!I I should say so. said the other. league.At due to the vastly increasing bus : 4 JACKSONVILLE FLA. 1

L U. Smoak. M. M. Smoak an 1 J. I' An odor like the pine forests fieldsof a meeting of citizens of Ocala' inesi of the world. Outside of the i NNNNNINN/NN...... ..........................

A Saxon have purchased the wrecked lavander flowers and ferns.. i I J' resolutions were passed calling for a United States the largest handler -- -- -- ,I

parking house of the ConsolMat: I I It was a vegetarian bed you slept state organization to co-operate with and consumer of naval stores is probably -

's Packing company at Pompano and ',on said the host. Not a bed of vile the Anti-Saloon League of America. Germany. The chancellor of u1A1URNITURE !

will rebuild it. The building will b: horse hair, torn from the worn out The resolutions adopted by that meet- he exchequer of that country this MclVER

r ) much stronger and they will T-!rrya carcass of a poor dead nag but abed of Ocala citizens were published in week in discussing the financial situation

of fertilizers and crate mat 'r- and ferns and hay the Witness last week. Good for '
stock I of dried mosses i said that the dearness of mone: DEALERS
tat, as well as doing all their owlacking. :- i and pungent aromatic herbs. Ocala. Let the note It has sounded was due to Germany's unparalleled

I invented this bed ring throughout the state. While
We vegetarians The
: activityin trade and industry. 1
1 ast week Hudson and Sims ship: > a year ago and all who tryit love it. ]many of our towns and counties enjoy foreign trade of Germany, he stated ;;

I) c1 trom Winter Garden the first scli'l It is quite as comfortable, quite asspringy immunity from the whiskey traffic increased by two hundred and fifty'million : House Furnishings Parlor Suits 1

carload of celery that ever wept : and elastic. as a horse hair I they are by no means outside of dollars in 1906. The outlook [;
be.ifcved I in I I Rugs! Art Squares and Mlttln s. j In Leather, Upholstered and RIt i
from that place. Mr. Hudson bed and it is much more pleasantand I its influence. With whiskey men iin Germany for 1907 was regarded'as i

that celery could be grown Croci \ healthful. Its sweet woodland I I control of our politics we will yet exceptionally good. We mention }; Bed Room Suits i Dining Room SuitsIn J

that point at a profit, although this belief odors induce sleep like morphine.- be under the wheel of the traffic. Let this because of the fact that Germany -'
of all kinds and Oak. j
He I Mahogony, Birch. Sirdieye: j -Mohogany Jj
not shown by others. the watchword go down the line,
was Exchange. is such an enormous consumer
fully the cor.ec'- I to the front in an organized ) Maple and Oak. 1
has demonstrated let Florida come of spirits of turpentine: and rosins. China and Crockery
nc-33 of his idea. I What Ma Wants to Know.A I fight on this gigantic evil.- Mission Furniture j
I Complete line-Dinner Sets andIn 1
, There are commission men galoreat teacher in one of the public I Witness.IN I i I This (Saturday: a. m., a: 10 o'clock' !i
all the different finishes i Odd PiecesAll 1
Pompano. Last week. Theo la e schools of Boston was one day in-i i I!spirits posted from at l-21b3-4.:! re- }

Schneider & Co.. of in the mysteries j THE MATTER OF REST. j
Knock of J. H. structing her pupils ceipts! 4, sales 27.

New York; Samuel Townsend of !I of etomology, when she had occasion ;; I I 1 i Rosins firm, receipts 52. saes! 32.:!:. ;,. Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portis t

Townsend & Mills. Philadelphia: P. to question a boy pupil with referenceto I.Rest for the hand and brow and breast'1 1i Quotations. WW $1;..5, WG $t.Ut N and Upholstering Goods .j

., Bogue of Chase & Co.. of Jacksciville : : the word "recuperate." I I i For fingers, heart, and brain! $3.73. M $ .t.' K $5.50, I $t63, H $ UT., i

; Carl E. Schuler. and Mr.il- "As an example," said the teacher '[Rest and peace! a long release: G $-UO F $4.35, E1..:'), D $1.25. C-A Heaters Rang.es Cook StovesFull 1

t hams, of S. J. Sagh & Co.. and Mr 'we will take the case of your father. j!'i From labor and from pain; ..USa. Naval Stores Review. |, Line of tp-lo-date Pictures, framed and unframed, and Picture 1 ,

Romulier. of the Floridaegtab-,*. [!He is, of course a hard working man." II I Pain of doubt, fatigue, despair- I II II I 1rouldin! ;.;;. Full stock of '

Association; of Jacksonville, all"i ; "Yes'm," assented Charley. Pain of darkness everywhere, Fin Brood Mares. I

ited this busy little etty.-Ne'" \"orkj "Then," continued: the teacher, "it !! And seeking light in vain: I. I Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Boggles, Harness and Saddles f fExdu

Produce News. i Being night his work being over, and i, We have just gotten in a car load
he being tired and worn out. what I Peace and rest! are they the tjest 1 of the finest brood mares ever brought' ivt! sale; of the beat wagon on earth-the tad@bak"f
Bradenton'snew : I to the state, and to see them is to admire Gride and Carriage .
The "ManavUta, t I For mortals here below? And carry the very best line of Hlgb Buiie> ,
closed does he do? them. We. will sell them at :
tourist hotel, was suddenly "That's what ma wants to know," In soft repose from work and woesA very reasonable prices. Come and and ,
It had just been opened know? them atMARION I Bi iclc. Lim. Cement Piaster.
Monday. said Charley.-Harper's Weekly. bliss for men to look over : .
thirty day and was having a good [ Bliss of time is bliss of toil: FARMS STABLES !'I BuildingMaterial Hair, Lath, hmgl 3. Paints and !
in- Ocala. Fla. .
of the I ix
closed because but this from sun and soil; -
run. It was No bliss Flintkote Roofing
Themanager" ; H. THALGOTT I
adequacy of the water supply Does God permit it to grow. Henry Watterson editor of the I Etc."I'S I
of Bradentown 1 Proprietor of the I White Lead Varnishes
and people I Logaa E. Bleckley.A Courier-Journal, is now in Europe. Mr ,

hope to have all the water necessarybefore t DUNNELLON BAKERY Watterson will probably return in Wall Paper. Alaba tine and Magnite Wall Paint

1 the next season. It U not of. li now prepared to ship Bread, Cakes, big supply of sealing wax and I l May. He will send home a series of i all and give: !us a trial. 1I *LW will not be nndenoid and will please jo
i and
not bottles
are'filed for and corks for sealing syrup
.bs V ten that complaints I Pies, Etcon short notice guar-! editorial letters that will prove en- I

-| being able to get a supply of water. I ante** satisfaction in all cases. Jars x TYDINGS & CO. Uiains. as his writings always ar?. i I Molvr it Meckay. t
trial. .
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ANSONIANS FROM THE CONNOR I THE NEWS FROM i The "Clansman" is Coming t& Jack j f History in an Ancient Log. CATARRH AND CATARRHAL J


Special cor. Ocala Banner: "at As an evidence of the unstable

:; :: &. ecial cor. Ocala: Banner. Mrs. Eastman and Mrs. i Delegates-Banquet in Thomas Dixson, jr's.. famous play, ,curiosity of the science of the day are quickly relieved by Nosena. It

Holder, Fla., were "The Clansman," is announced for jmay be cited the case of an ancient ccotne. the congested membranes allays -
,:arch came in with a rug!, and everyone's j j
.4'l : i city last week. i presentation at the Duval theatre, tree from the state of Washington, a inflammations and thoroughly
lid is tilted the ndward! I
: Mr. Stine and daughter, I 'IJacksonville, Fla., for an engagement :section of the trunk of which was I bea'c and cleanses. It keeps moist
side. |were visiting here the Head Camp "T," (and one matinee and night performance (Iyears ago forwarded to the museum I; all .'::<;; passages whose tendency ito

Grahamville! Connor and Lynne i the week. Mr. Stine had morning in the 'i Friday, March 22. !at the national capital. I thicken;: and become dry. Cures

are now engaged in putting on their.i stepper brought down here hotel. At I Mr. Dixson's play is a dramatiza-
I hearsness. nay
: I The "growth rings" of this trunk I II col..?, throat troubles,
spring suits of green. Bet the wed- ,:his friends what a beautiful fully two hundred I i tion of his two books "The Clans-
I indicate that the tree was more than I II fcv r, "stopped-up" nose, breathing
: ding bells will ring on several occasions -I possessed.: It was quite a ''man" and "The Leopard Spots," and

ere June time. I the: Dunnellonites to see a j meeting of the I has stirred the nation by hisbold I J300 years old when it was cut down, I through mouth while sleeping, offen

I I his. of Gecr-I:and fearless treatment of the race some time in 18S5. An official of the i'site fire-nth! etc It is antiseptic and
Connor still holds an A 1 hand as a I ,
:: Mr. Stripling, of Ocala, organization was I i problem. Probably no play has received -!museum recently called attention to co.naa.b no chemicals or drugs having

4+ picnic place. Occasionally a bunch i ing orders for his house [ perfected. Col. [ so much critical comment and I the fact that about twenty of the II III a narcotic effect, or that can cause

Sufi of Ocala society people come down in I|week. i of Marietta, been so widely discussed for the past I annual rings of growth marked the I the dn'i "habit."

Capt Clark's pleasure launch, the t i Mr. Mixson, who is no number of years fifty years.: It may be fitly described hatter pact of the first hundred yearsof We Guarantee Satisfaction.J. .

ever Josephine and spend a few hours !'of the Inglis commissary, i the growth and as the sensation of the century. the tree's existence, are crowded A. Brogdon. of the National S.?n

light outing and on each occasion the outing town Monday transacting in this juris- The production appearing in Jack- Co.. Dayton, 0.. writes under the dat-

alofl] Is chronicled in the Ocala dailies I Among! the prominent the unanI sonville is the original New York I together in an extraordinary manner of Oct. 12: 19oU/ : Nosena is the onh]

high and hon indicating that during those twenty preparation I have ever used thar relieves
cass as one of the best spent imaginable. 'men who were in I company and consists of over'forty I .
week II. C. Fritch consul. J small of j years some cause was in operation my affliction so speedily anpleasantly. ;
fane All of this section wishes the edi-j was of principals, a army supernu- I
cent yule, and Neil Conston, of the opening an )meries, massive scenic and electrical !'greatly retarding the growth of the I am getting the first real X
tors and their friends a pleasant out- I pleasure out of breathing that I have
the I The many friends of :\ taken to the couu !j effects and troop of cavalry horses. i: tree. On looking into the matter catarrh ***
since I
ing in Key West. | experienced ::
Joel* regret to learn of her city hall. where I For weeks past 'so much! interest :this official found that nearly at the six years ago. Money would not bu>

ubt KeyVest's heart is always as The Dunnellon Ice was delivered has: been shown by out of town pat- time when the tree in question was I by tube of Nosena if I could no geT:

large as the city is, but on this occasion : :in operation in a few days H. Baker may- '!rons in the coming engagement that i I suffering form adverse conditions, another.

untf] we opine that the city's heart is j II new management of I and a member of j the managers of the Duval theatre :I Buy Nosena from Tyding's Drugstore
Asia and were undergoingmost
;At the larger-anyway we shall rest as- :'Gamble Co. I I II I ich the _keys .of |!have deemed it necessary to receive !; and get your money back if not
I unusual disturbances; from
ue eured that the editorial associationis !I Mr. A. M. Rizy is keeping i over to me ueie-i I mail orders for seats. satisfied. Sample tube and book'et *

is being entertained in grand style :well amused with all kinds I Ii The sale of seats will start on I earthquakes, atmospheric convul- by mail 10 cents.

cart "' |:ments and his place is the i to secure I Ii Thursday, March 21st. 1 p. m., at :sions, the failure of crops, pestilential Brown Manufacturing Co., St. I.QUIS:
down there in the "Island City. I Mo., and Gainesville, Tenn. I.
kin) !jquented of any place in i delegates, af !Leake & McNeil's drug store, 23 W. : diseases, etc. China, in particular,
Picking up a Lover's Lane souvenir .
les .is always inventing sone and Pho- Bay street. It is advisable for those suffered even more than Europe.
postal, a traveler said to me the ether I The Punta Gerda Herald ad"'ocm"the --
: on the grounds !
tIon.i j intending to witness this performance :
The official mentioned therefore
a ji -i'vision of the tate of Plod I.:
day: "In Lover's Lane, near Ocala I i Our hustling merchant, and procur- !;and who will be unable to be in line J|'suggested that possibly the crowded
thelistj of it statesFloridaand
and making two
you have one of the prettiest driveways :ner, is having his emporium delegates. :when this sale starts to file their orders
I'rings on the trunk of the tree may South Florida. Well, it would
:: in the world." I thanked him for 1: Mrs. Bargainer has Work. I at once, as nail orders for seats '
wo, I be a record of the existence of the make more offices for the ambition
the compliment and said, "Within a j customers to give them convened at two !will be promptly attended to in the ,

SU} few years we Floridians will have the .opening that this section afternoon session. |II order of their receipt, when accompanied -I same unusual conditions affecting animal politician and it would as the HeraMsays } )

Cit : Lover's Lane type if driveways build- ''seen.I I in the auditorium !i by remittances and selfadI) and vegetable life in North Amer- in give us additional"A consummation representation

Yti I the Palmetto dressed and stamped: envelope for re- ica also; and he shows that if the congress.
ed from stem to stern and from ocean I 'I | devoutly to be wished."-Jack&onMUt!
r of Capt. W. ply. :tree had reaced its full growth and
to gulf of this great peninsula." j GENL: E degree team of I !i Floridian.
ar Application for seats should be ceased to form new rings a few years
Mr. George Hodge, of Arcadia, "
w -- an exemplifica I made to Mr. J. D. Burbridge, manager before it was felled in 1SS5, the corresponding -
President Patterson of the Kentucky -
a few dawys in our midst last week. j"Blest be ie fotwhere and the follow- 'Buval theatre, Jacksonville Fla. State
would then be
c In chatting with Mr. Hodge we find ,.i guects >' :? on hand. A. Pope when ordering, price ticket desired complete.- state college, has received of-
that he is muchly in love with the To paus-> fr: wi and Snyder, S. G. /and for which performance. I Berkeley, (Cal.,) Gazette. ificial advices that a bill passed dur-

eveninj::: frs; and Fred Wil I 'tug the closing days of congress will
"City of Destiny. i'I : Sale of prices: Entire lower floor, !

Dl T Mr. Pat Randall, the orange king: 'Blest that abode, where will be 1$1.0: ; box seats, $2.00( ; gallery admis- Now that Congress is gone, you result in an increase in the annual -rn-

U, left 011 last Wednesday for Tampa. He pain repair and members of 30; cents; first half of balcony. may be sorry for some of the mean appropriation for the institution equalto
Anti every stranger finds things have said about it.
b will visit Arcadia and a few other ,: chair work beau- $1.00; balance of balcony 75; cents. an endowment of $500,000.
; a special team. By inquiry of local
your agent, I
ieJ southern cities before he returns. Blest be those: feasts with Wanted.-A good mare. Must be

C Mrs. L. M. Graham spent the weekend plenty! crown'd, to take arrange-the price of excursion ticket can be as- a bargain. Half cash, balance easy S S S S S S .. S 5S

tq in Ocala visiting her sons, JohiL: Laugh at the jests ;,r Florida Ostrich ,certained. fice.payments. R. H. Park, Banner 3-S of- S

'1 W. D., and the writer, and daughter, never fail, i will be wait- I .
I A Real Fight is On. : : ..
f : Come again, mother. Or sigh with pity at some of the Windsor FOR RENT.

d : Granville Holly went up to the tale, delegates to the The I:. DR. D. M. SO\EY,
Or express companies, greedy to
press the bashful
r "Brick City to do some trading Fri food The dele- |control the mercantile as well as the New corner store in Ocala.1 Eyesight: Specialis .

I1 day. |And learn,the luxury of Circle Conven shipping end of the fruit and prod .l:) T. H. WALLIS .5 SS
the '
1 The Hart Line steamer; Hiawatha, j Oliver same business. did not last year, see any S

i icontinues to make her thri-weekly j invited to join use in even answering in a civil wi'v I Wanted-Position as woodsrider: :,

A of unusual _
t trip from Palatka to Silver Springs j No one has ever I [the courteous letters addressed to has experience and can furnish some I ...

I) and she always has a full list of pas- smith expressing in rhyme I' at the is promised Ostrich, I Ithem by the Western Fruit Jobbers''Association. labor. Address Woodman, Ocala. Ban I rt1i. "'I Sl'

I However, if there is any- ner. :M-2t ; :
sengers. and merit of true hospitality. :
interesting na
2 : The Silver Springs is to Ocala what I The Mobile Register, on anything of the 'I thing riers connected with the express carI 5- -," < :,:; ;. .
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except Shylock quality of brains, x
T Seattle's gold is to Seatle.A. [:ing of the Confederate I by these enter- doubt FOR SALE. :
I no by this time they must realize -
A. GRAHAM. (!that: city, expressed the same ;
Secretary Branch is
,, 'in prose which rarely has bull Grade and pure bred shorthorns. .1
lIar dog fighter, and that he has
NEWS OF BOARDMAN ;ed. the : I II home raised and
AND VI ; i 13th. ready for service.S. .
a good neck hold, that he is being I r.
: CINITY. Here is what it said: i j :} will be ten- I hissed on by the entire membership of H. GAITSKILL.
: S-l-lt :)McIntosh Fla
the local Wood
i "The the 1
veterans, who were Western Fruit Jobbers'ssocia'
Mr. and Mrs. Cannon, also Mr. John i hotel and
years ago declared they tion, that the general public is with
Wolfender and family, of Sampson I I most pleasing. Wanted to Sell.-Seven iron hoops
come back because the ) him ;In sentiment and that he has .
ro .
: for
City visited relatives and friends at : i[ of entertain i I a large water tank. Address the
pleased them, and Mobile is a notion of le'tiflg go until he has ki-Jd! Ocala Banner. x
Evinston last *
week. I S
.' ;ing place to visit. ,, at the banauet- one of the most unjust, un-American
: Mrs. Packard, of Windsor, visited *
Abel's well
i "We Know the secret of it W"1.I' grabbing practices thai has ever been TOMATO PLANTS-100,000) Living:
Mrs. P. K.
: this week.
iis this.Ve like the wit wis- attempted. The whole ston's Stone I make a specialty of correcting *
: Mr. Thomas McRae, of South Car- these \ ; be provided in country; ;s }c- Beauty, Paragon and
are really glad to have them termined to forever form eyes where others fail *
. olina, cousin of our citizen, Mr. Angus I ; noble sons of stop every of Dwarf Stone, ready Feb. 10, to March
joy their company: and freight grabbing discs imnation: and Satisfaction guaranteed *
,i- and Miss Alice McRae. was In ; the "Land of 1, $1.50 per thousand; ten thousand. or
!'seem to be doing so much merchandising: by the companies refunded.
express lots mcney
. this neighborhood last week visiting j ." $1.40; cash with order. Guaranteed
, :them have a good time, we is admitted to be the most dan- *
his relatives and prospecting.Mrs. i of the lo I free from blight or root knot. J. R. -
ling the good time ourselves. : gerous evil that has ever crept into
P. K. Richardson and other ladies OPTICAL PARLORS. *
the delegates :Davis, Bartow, Fla. -106tI
jail there is to it. Mobile is American (Omn::!ct'. It will have to
of Evinston went to Gainesville I' I that would add I i 2 andl Gary Building, Ocala,
her welcome and ler go. The United !Siatej:; ; senate has
today to attend the chautauqua: and I recreation of | handsome line of Ladies' toilet S
j shines
out upon the guests now requested: the interstate commerce -
to do their shopping.Rev. articles manicure
four hundred lo sets, etc.x Florida. S
lights them. We hope she commission! u investigate and
Dr. E. Guerrant of Ken- : : TYDINGS
their cordial aid & CO. ,
lose this I S S S S -' r *
back and i it
; faculty, this genius report is safe to say that
tucky, who has been for years mis- that this
tertaining this real affection great I i I.there is going to something dOD; .
: eionary to the poor and ignorant of
honored guest, this in "choppers" The action was a'i' taken i
. pride II directly as a
mountaineers of Kentucky, preached Jerry Burnett
I tation of being the most recollec- result of th. efforts or the Wes..'ni ,UciVER anti .HACKA )
a most able sermon yesterday in the doubt I
that it
Methodist church at Mclntosh. :southern city. I( Fruit Jobbers' Association, and fie (

: "While we are doing so occasion, I inJications are: now that if the ('x.I Merchant
; The Presbyterians have begun the but
': erection of their church at Mclntosh. tmake them have a good time, equally press companies had been decently i 1iIIIi I

:having a good time 1 civil to the very reasonable requestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley, brother and a most cor
- :refined and delicate way of Secretary iJrmca last year *atf Tailoring.
.- sister of Mr. Bartow Hester, after I
:'it. Yes: that is the real they would nave raved themselves
making a long and enjoyable visIt I
- wry and fifty : FUNERAL
.entertaining-make one feel camps II from the storm that i.. now threatening
to their brother at Evinston, returned -: of Tampa, I
- ,- and at home, and affecting to end in sorat veiy radical congressional -
to their home in Georgia last consul: head I
time to be the one I ac'ion. The Western FruitJobbers'
. ( Ocala Florida. DIRECTORS.Have
Monday. They were so delighted with : T. W. Mitch I
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':striving and doing all in one's Associatiou! members have
Florida climate that their friends .
to entertain your visitor. A never asked for more than the fair Finest Imported and j ---I--II
i.-: think in another year that they will
: return to State and locate. i,pliable person, or city, does thing; they will not be satisfied wi'h Domestic Cloths. I : :. full s'wk of Tortius C&keta
L our
,:. 'have to act the part of HOME. less. The express rffcials may yet i i 'lll. lt.in.il ()uftjs. >!>*'<':&! given to
- The ladies of the Presbyterian i I It I Bjri.ti .ervk-en.
':i and themselves to extent Cutting a Special >
. appearing entertained save an by taking -
church served ice cream last Wednes- I

: day afternoon for the benefit of their ;things come naturally and of abe Ocala I notice now.-New York Pacli t'. .... Fits Guaranteed. i i Embalming to Order

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lecture at the Christian church Wednesday 1 I company of of the New York Life Insurance
The old soldiers
F. night and one on Thursday are coming to erect its company, has returned his personal 'V

4.; night for which he charged 25 cents gomery next year,. and ) I arrange .check to the company for $:>4,000 covering ..
:. has the reputation of being i

t ijk' .: admittance._ _- _ ,hospitable city.. in the state.. is I i to that end. the principal and interest of i

r 'the south, and let Montgomery to write |the contribution to the republican I TIN
campaign fund which that ,
;- :occasion put forth their best further particu- company I NNOllNOEEN .
:to do honor to themselves of the cor- contributed at his instance and with
Special cor. Ocala Banner. I
occasion. Let us be able Banner. his consent when he was managingits I : t
I 0
L. We are ha\ing beautiful weather. I
-- say, as did the Register of I : affairs. This is honest in Mr. :
The blue bird the harbinger of
; :
'"We like these visitors; we Automobile I Perkins and now the New York Life I :
spring is here in all its gladness. -
ly glad to have them; we : 1
ouht to distribute this
i The orange groves are looking very at St. Peters sum and all : A
!o/ !:
;company: we want them here; souf :
; beautiful, which is very encouraging :,then of automo like sums that were contributed to.I' .
we want the old soldiers .
to the farmers. in Pensacola the republican campaign fund to the :
able .
to say as they did at I 0
: .: Mr. Mickler of Citra preached avery "The buildings then policy holders of that ,, .
interesting sermon Sunday afternoon veterans were I HAVING JUST OPENED OUR :
.- :" ;years ago, declared they machines of Every policy holder and company// :

..: which was greatly enjoyed {come back because )! asked if the every democratic policy : :i NEW PLACE OF BUSINESS IN THE V
2 by the congregation.
i pIe pleased them and :\ I will provide a I to get his pro rata share of said con- I :: DELOUEST BUILDING WEST OF
: .
: ;. Miss Kate Lewis, a charming young ,a charming ..lace .
lady of South Carolina, who has been '!'gouisry Journal. I decide to Ie- __ I : THE COURT HOUSE WE IN. :

Mr. J. M. Lewis, has I t
SNisiting now returned VITE OUR FRIENDS
j I Yellow Journals and yellow natures AND THE :
to her home; both friends and ;i was read at p.
The general commendation I have tried hard to make a heroine PUBLIC GENERALLY TO CALL :
relatives regret seeing her leave.
the com merI -
I |1T. A. Jennings from all of Evelyn Nesbit. They looked AND SEE
South Carolineans seem to like : ; after lout US. WE HANDLE ALL !
Florida speaks well for [ the public end of the melodrama
f| Florida all o. k. and Andalusia espec the II att o'clock HIGH GRADE WINES, LIQUORS :

t,. |!T. ially. Wonder what is the attraction whether he enters the [while that astute master of theatrical p ,

h, ? I II(rae or not, he can well feel I[ presiding effects, Delphine. Delmas, directed I BEERS, CIGARS ETC. WE ALLOW :
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ausley, of Pine. :the popularity and the present'the stage. But if there must be a hejroine : MISREPRESENTATION. OF i

and Mr. James Hobkirk, of the Meadows in which he is held in his native j I by the j why not point to the "enerable'mother I GOODS.

visitors at thib place Sun is taken .
: Few of tie
men, while living, have wayward Thaw? Her : .
day. I| directed to 'YOURS'FOR SQUARE DEALING
many nice things said of them tears were real her sorrow was sin ,p :
t- Several of the young people were "i and .
I afternoon. Itt bas been receiving for some : cere, and her shame genuine when : .
out walking Sunday
( as to the
public print. Albert she sat in the witness chair in the .: J
looked as though thewere enjoying
the site de
: themselves very much. made of the best material and I feasible! ne ,hope of saving her boy's life. There 1 ). .

Two certain young 'men of Citra .dians love him.-Titusville I : is nothing false about a mother's :
.-St Peters
t have stopped coming over this way. lo\'e.-Courier-J. ournaI. .
Wonder what is the 'matter? WANTED.-Two colored 1 i I .. Gala! Wino Jlousc I

VIOLET. pleasing appearance and The city council of Pensacola has :
: Is standing a
represent in
me Florida. passed a resolution to offer the Pen- :

t. When Hetty Green is caught giving j i[position good pay and rapid lurking sus: sacola water company the amount of .

the alienists will :[I ment to the made H. J. !
away her money, i: right men. over it $187,500 for its plant and property. : PRECHT, Prop.
have another job that will attract | Address, ")1," care of 'how"not : .
I' :If'the company will not sell, the city :
world-wide attention. _. .j i;pei :- : S : : *
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It is too late! nothing Is too late Prominent Attorney Refuses to Obej! ---- .

Till the tired heart shall cease to pal, Instructions of Gainesville Mayor." I Fellow Citizens: As the time is

short until our legislature meets, I
4 pitate. I 4 ;
Cato learned Greek at eighty, Sopho. r On Monday evening last about I C'3(: I beg to call jour attention to a little I

cles i there was an exciting scene 'u tu .! bill I have named the "dog bill." 1 III

Wrote his grand Odlpus, and Simon, I vicinity of West End and Ea..t1&- i II wish to have this matter freely discussed -

ides t chants streets, in Gainesville! the center I throughout the state. So call Y : l/4- &, ;\
Bore off the prize verse from his I of this excitement being d.rHfhl'] i I your neighbors together and hear ,: __

compeers, at the building occupied by AttornejB. ; :,what they have to say about taxing i ii

When each had numbered four-score A. Thrasher. There had br l''i the dog. Then instruct your rt'preson' tt +Q 1 .1 tI l

years heard, says the Sun of that city, five..I tatives. 7This I

And Theof.rastus, at fourscore and pistol shots and persons residing i.i I Yours for the good of the country. \ I. ;' '

ten. : the vicinity of the community heal: I! R. B. ERVI.V, I II Ii

Had begun his Characters of Men. I immediately to imagine all 'kinds oi i Stanton Fla.: March 6, l$">7.

Chaucer at Woodstock with the I disorder and an officer was summon !

ni ingiles, ed. HOUSE BILL.

At sixty wrote the Canterbury Tales; ; Marshal Pinkoson answered th; i: -

Goethe at Weimar, toiling to the last : summons and entering the place arrested I Resolved That we the legislature

J) Completed Faust when eighty 'eargwere i Attorney Thrasher who uses lof the state of Florida do enact a I I

past. I the room as an office. o i law to protect stock game and abate !

These are indeed exceptions; but I Col. Thrasher was taken to the a general nuisance. i

they show I mayor's court on Tuesday morning. j I Sec. 1. That all dogs male and female

\ How far the guilf-stream of our youth I When requested to remove his hat he : shall be taxed. The net proceeds

may flow refused, and it was removed by of which shall be applied to the
r I
"' Into the Arctic regions of our lives.Where Marshal Pinkoson, who received the i school fund of the counties where the I '

little else than life itself sur, : thanks of the defendant. When requested I taxes are collected. : man bought a supply of tobacco with

,>, i take certain chair in order -
to a
vives.As i Sec. :2. No person shall have morel

the barometer fortells the storm to be arraigned. Attorney :han five dogs. Every dog, male or female out acquainting himself with the distinctive taste

While still the skies are clear the Thrasher refused to do so. remarking dollar. But r
be taxed
: shall one I
weather warm, !that the chair in which he was seated I in cases where a person has more i ii of SCHNAPPS Tobacco, which has the cheering

So something in us, as old age draws ;was very comfortable whereupon i han; one dog, the tax shall be one I Ii
!:\Iayor Tompson instructed Marshal i I that his desire to chew and at
qualities gratify
near.Betrays I !dollar! for one two dollars for the sec- ,
the pressure of the atniospllere. i Pinkson to take defendant to jail for t md dog, three dollars for the third i

contempt. of court. ,log, four dollars for the fourth dog less expense than cheap tobacco.

The nimble mercury eree are : Col. Thrasher contends that he is and five dollars for the fifth dog. I Ii
aware, : not in contempt of court as he had
I Sec. :S. The county commissionersf
Descends the etostic ladder of the never been arraigned.: In fact he i SCHNAPPS has been advertised: in this: Some day they'll get a taste of the real
each are hereby required to
> county
air; I claims that the mayor never any paper so that every chewer has had an SChi appsthey'llrealizewhatenjoymentopportunity
i 'urnish all owners of dogs, who
i aounced the opening of court and to get acquainted with the
telltale blood in artery and veil
The lave paid their taxes, with a collar they've missed by not getting SCHNAPPS
Sinks from its higher level in the that he has not as yet: been made ac- i facts and know that drugs are not used _
the official mark of the com Ion then they'll fed like kickingthem
: earing :; a-o,
brain luainted with the charge upon I to produce the cheering quality fcund in
: for the
This provides
i nissioners. act
.1.. Whatever poet, orator or sage lie was arrested. and collectors 1- the famous Piedmont country Eu -cured saves.
of collars and assessors
I ost
I tobaccos and that SCHNAPPS is what hs
still old ,
May ay of it, age age to be paid out r' ''T '":) 5
compensation ..;, -..:- !?S is sold everywhere
It is the waning, not the crescen How to Remain Young. ought to chew. Still there are chewers
To continue young in health and I of taxes collected on the dogs. who accept other and cheaper tobaccos cent cats, and 10 and 15 cent plugs. Be

moon; strength, do as Mrs. N. F. BrovnIC Secto Be it enacted as a more perfect that do
not give the same pleasure sure cu get the genuine.
the blaz
The dusk of evening, not Donohugh, Ga., did. She says: "Two .
protection of our game birds: I
of noon. bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of I I
chronic liver and stomach troubles, especially quail that a tax of ten dollars -
U is not strength but weakness; not I
a complicated with such an unhealthy I be levied and collected on al _
desire, -- -- -- ---- ,-- -- --- -?
condition of the blood that my skin
I pointers, setters or other bird dogs -- -- -
Hut its surcease; not the fierce heat or :turned red as flannel. I am now I I
male of female new in the state of
fire. !practically twenty years younger than II
before I took! Electric Bitters. I can Florida or that may: be brought hen I
But burning and consuming element I Ii
now do all niv work with ease and as from other states.
But that of ashes and embers spent i,sist in ns> husband's store." Guaranteed .! Sec. C. All pups under six month : DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY!

In which some living sparks we stil at Tydings & Co.. drug store. taxation. i li
I old shall be exempt from ,
discern, Price 50 cents. m I
Enough to warm, but not enough to Sec. 6. Immediately on the passag !!, SNP.. '
FlagierHappy.! !.of this law the county comimissioner;; U&LJ DALEYlHI5KEY
burn. WillOW
What then? shall we sit idly down Henry M. FlagTer;: was never core :of the several counties shall be informed I dtE IF Ji Jirin'

and say I active and chipper than this S2sJl.1: of its enactment and they shv: :! : .
otScer to I
The night hath come; it is no longer i which fact is due in part to the successful I I at once appoint an efficient II 'r '' % '
progress of his Key West ex:I collect the dog tax in their counties I i,, /,
day! come wi i tension. That was a red letter day: :These collectors shall be appointee eI'T'SALLIH'' 1CS1rti.
The night hath not yet ; I
not quite ,for Florida and the engineering workrecently only for the remainder of this year, I THE SHREDS"SHREDDED .

are when his private car was (1507)/ The regular assessor and collector -
4 Cut off from labor by the falling WHEAT READY
j drawn across the long drawbridge doing this work after t
Something remains for us to do or i from the embankment constructed I year.
through miles of the Everglades to : Sec. 7. The compensation of th* :GOOD FOR BREAKFAST OR ANY a

Even. the dare.oldest tree some fruit may the first and longest of the keys to I special collector shall be ten per cent MEAL I t i FULL, EXPRESS

., be tran.rsetl.ot even a construction ion all taxes collected or the count} 4. $
Not Oedipus; Coloneus. or Creel :train had been over the rails before I commissioners may fix the salary am OUR STOCK IS AYWAYS FRESH. QTS. (4,1223 PREPAID

:as there was a sentimental wish that !bond.
Ode the man who is pouring out millions I Sec. S. The! county commissioner: Send us |2.S3 and \TC will ship you in a plaincase :
Or tales of pilgrims that one morning I with no marks to show con';-.t:,, hoer fun
rode like water upon the most unique rail:hall cause notice to be given in evpry ':! O. K. quarts of WILLOW DALE RYE, express prepai.L

Out of the gateway: of the Taban. ,road in the world, should be the first I precinct in their county of the< =, Try it and if yon don't find it all right; anti! the

:to pass from the mainland to the is I time: and place of meeting the collector -"! best you ever tasted send it back to us at our expense -
Inn, and :2.85 will be promptly refunded.
But for some unforseen of the dog tax. r. jour
bu lands steam.
t by
would we I
jk But other something, 01 Isn't that a fair offer?
; hindrance, trains will be running I The trustees and supervisor
begin \ Remember we are distillers, so wen you buy
; Grocery
is opportunity no legs !through to Key West within two !schools are requested to meet the col: from us you save the enormous profits of Hit dealers

For age anothei, !.t'ars-Town Topics. !lecror' at the time and place appointed and avoid all chance of adulteration. You are
Than youth iteslf, though in shall report to the collector sure of getting oar whiskey just: a* it comes fromoar
dress, any they : distiller ', without being tampered with in any
The Smiths' Greater Shows are not reported by their CLARK BROS Props. I )
twilight fade:; ; all dogs '.
as the evening i t {) W3\
1nd I,still in, Ocala and will be here for owners. : ffilvvr: 'If you prefer corn whisker, we will send you

.:"'- away, stars, in\Uib i several weeks. They are occupying Sec. 9. This law shall go into effect t ; PHONE 174. C (! four full quarts of our ALLAN SINCLAIR'S CORN
4 The sky is filled by WHISKEY for S2.80, prepail. You can'tbuy
." express
by day. Longfellow. I the grounds formerly belonging to I as soon as passed by the legislature; i a better corn whiskey from anybody else at

I the Spoke and Rim factory. They are and: is signed by the.governor. t any price.

} painting and repairing their cam"assl Sec. 10. After the first day of No Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or tamer

Do Not Crowd t* Season. i and wagons and themselves are rt'C1.Ptratilg -! 'ember.19tJ' all dogs at large with; refunded goes with every shipment we make. Yond
The first warm days of spring bring; \ IS risk when deal with us as the owners
1 run no you
and enjoy ; and resting. They like Ocala collar may be killed ,
out official i
with them a desire to set .out the T. eeoiiam d i1l of our company have resources of a million dollars
the exhiliratlns air and sunshine :very much! and are giving a helping by the citizens as public nuisances.Sec. I b1YlfTCREEII11 and will do exactly as we say.

Children that have been housed up 'hand to the band boys and are takingan 11. Any officer receiving compensation
brought out and yon' \ MACON.QA THE SWIFT CREEK ,
all winter are all come fron interest in other local matters. for work done under this I MACON, CA.
wonder where thrown __ -_ -- the county : Na. 29.. Swift Ok. C .
The bl'awiuter clothing is d !law: shall give bond to Plumber I Owners of R.iateed DUtillery *
aside and many shed their flannel HUBER I commissioners for faithful and efficient :The Ii
cold wave comes and peoplsayy I shall be subject i iI .
Then a and he i i
that grippe' is epidemic. Colds at by Viley, service for' mal- I I I ..- .. I ..:....,. ......
,dangerou Helmet. I to a fine or imprisonment :
even more '1st dam by
this season are Gas
than in midwinter as there is much i Helmet by Lexington. i fesance in office. i iI ii flIid ( fitter, I

more danger of pneumonia. TaNChamberlains i A dark bay horse of good speed i II
Cough Remedy, however and action, combining the best trot I Stomach TrouJles.I I
Cause of ,
and you will have nothing to :,ting blood with the best thorough I oo:! Furniture
cures, and we hay bred.A his : JA
fear It always has trouble with
When a man 3 .
never Known a cold to result in pnei, sure foal getter, producing both stomach you may know that he is eat 4HAS OPENED: 'S NEW
monla when it was used. It is pleas !saddle and driving horses. As many than he should or of some
safe to take. Children like it. of his colts are good saddlers and ing more suited to
and i drink not
) ant article of food or SHOP THE CORNER OF
For sale by all druggists. ,speedy drivers. occupation, or that his I c j
or .stock is and
his but fall
: Terms of service, $3.00 per one service habitually constipated. It'* a :ittle early, our arriving daily
How dear to our heart is the cash on I or $7.00 with privilege of re i bowels Chamberlain's are Stomach and Liver t SPENCER BLOCK WITH A all \ve ask i U a chance to save you rosney.U we ask is a
turning mare as often as is necessary j and I
t subscription subscriber presents !within sixty days after first service, Tablets: to the regulate digestion the and bowels see if the : j FULL: LINE OF SANITARY ;e.v inmates of your valuable time tr show you through

When the generous i or $10.00 to insure a colt to stand improve trouble does not disappear. Ask for I our s-t oc-I.:. {
) it to view and suck.A '
!free sample. Sold by all druggists. I AND MODERN PLUMBING
won't pay we refrain : gray jack six years old brought Eczema. "
who and
I Salt Rheum
the man
Hut Tetter
description.For I from Kentucky last fall, good bone diseases for whichChamberlain's A Few Leaders
from that man land very active. A proven foal getter I These are Salve is especially val :, GOODS. WHEN IN NEED OF
pebrriw.: !' gentle reader I producing colts good enough to be : the itching
may bo you.Crawfordsville. 'shown at the fair in Lexington. Ky. I:and uable.smating It quickly and soon effects a cure. I Ii i FIRST CLASS SANITARY ROH! BEOS FROG 52-59 UP SIOE83!ROS1It,51'tJ) ? s

Breeze. last fall. !Price 25 cents. For sale by all drug-I

hGodlml ht)' first planted a gai I -- i a

it is the purest of : Reed was by Baughman's; Sillville Philosophy. : ...cl'lt7?::"' Y-' .b..F -

den human And pleasure indeed; it is the greatest will r<'- I,jack jack.; 2nd 1st dam dam Edna Parley, by, by big Paragon.Powell consideringthe i --; OCALA FUIIIIITIIRE f R [ CtOTiHY.C I 1.

of man: the season for
freshment to the spirit !Billy Reed is half brother to the Ball'I This is
palaces are ; in Lincoln !: how thew grow, but there'smore C. V. Roar.: :
which buildings and 'jack, the best mule jack : lilies I E. C. SMITH t
: \. out handiwork; and man shal ll 'county, Ky.Terms money: in considering the mule,: IT WIL.LAV

!'" 4 but gross when age grows to civility 1 of service, $5.00 per songfeservice :how he moves !' __ __--__ ..__ ., --- -. 1
ewer see that, $10.00 per service with prix I I Iw
and elegancy, men come to bail 'ilege of return as often as is necessary .I i Poiuetimes a fool gains a great rep-I YOU :

than to garden finely: within sixty days after the first :utation for wisdom by just winking I
stat ty sooner nerfet insure a colt to sleeping. ...." '.'...i....+.. .OKOi 00010 oe..t
were the great- service. 15.00 to his eye when wise men are
as it gardening: : stand and suck. !1 If'o give your troubles a front I II If you have on hand to sell!, or if yfl W. M. IGOU. D. R. HENDERSON. ,
tioa. -'Lord Bacon. due for either horseor ; J
Service money I
jack when first service is render :!seat at the fireplace you shouldn't go I I are thinking of. coming to FlorIda :

ed. Except when bred to insure a 'about growling when you get cold.If i I : i i 1
; I to make it your home, or
M 0 I jcolt then service! fee is due when .i I, II IGOU HENDERSON
: i I
IV1LR1rift colt meets requirements or when the, the dust in the middle of the life if you desire to invest : .
mare is parted with or bred to another 1 I 0 i
should blind you you won't haveithe : I ;
horse or jack. iroad \ :n any kind cf Florida .
I Sum will be retained on colt foi i miseryof:: seeing the other felllow! i o We beg to announce to the people of Marion and contisous j

,service fee. I[fall by the wayside.-Frank Staunton : p'perty, i e counties that Te have purchased a Hock near the court house j

4t Mares will be kept on pasture at I in Atlanta Constitution. ;I SFE OR WRITE TO I II : square en Exposition stree t and will open a large wholesale and j ;

t test for overoycars, :$:i.o0 per month. I o retail mule and horse market.! With experience and acquaintance :.i
have stool tlae will make the present
Theirabaolute This stock I
t and aresttlliatheicad.their uncommonly at Dungaman farm one and I, The friends of Mr. Thos. W. Smith : : in large stock markets we guarantee satisfaction.v : !
j jf eertai.ty o1 groth and season I I lIVINGSTOn & SONS i 1
i largel Irla'c of delictou3vegrtabte3 make them the most one half miles west of Oran: southwest Lake, |will .be: glad to know that he is very J. II. '. 1
half miles .
beautiful Cowers popular every. jL about two and one much improved and is able to walk I It .

, A ,reliable where.feed a Annual rd*>!4 the by most all free dealers oa rcqu, 5907 i of Mclntosh. about the house. If he continues to t Deal Estate Dealers. ; ; Will also! Conduct G General! Livery Stable \

0. U. FERRY Mich.4 CO. S H. GAITSKILL. improve he will soon be able to be at Ocala.r.'. .44e444+.4+4..*........4...< 4..............MM.... t
Detroit. <<,*.Stf McIntosh Fla. :his place in the store. .,.



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zi BIG BAPTIST ARMY By 1!I Our news columns-have been carrying 'ho.' .ands of Dollars- Worth. of Dry I I ..yJ 4ep '

Z the story of the cross-examination Ctcds Found Hidden Away 1.1: I xftQ

Frederic J.Haskin !lot E. H. Harriman by the inter-state Trunks and Boxes in Nichcls'Store .

6: I IN UNITED TAnt j commerce commission. Mr. Harriman on Louisiana Street. i It HASAN, 480DO CO w It L.y .

has been and sly. He has
>. wary Police Continue Search.! s
a good forgettory. The New York
.. A Religious Denominational Democracy. Sun points out however that he has r '
Dr- goods valued at thou"aml- of /
remembered some things that he for-
Syndicate dollars,, said to have been 'toit'n
No Nominal HeadOften Persecuted
,got when Mr. Hughes was probing the i t f'f
Author. from tr.e stores of Bay sim vi'rr-
::transactions of the Equitable Life In-
But Always Loyal. chants, was found in the s orof
I'f :tsurancf- Company, such as the selling
: llr. :111 Nichols a* No. 11.:,. L'-msrana j
111.L' .. -IVcf ''rTe r.iL b of a million dollars' worth of Chicagoand
I street this morning by the r.oliei and
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Alton bonds by Mr. Harriman. for i
deputy sheriffs. The dUco-ven! : .'! ?:he'l
Ii A matter of great pride to the Baptist :established a monastery with rulesas ]i which he paid Co; cents on the dollar t'
property was made by mmiiaic
a is the influence that the simple strict as any that ever governed a ;and for which the Equitable of which ,,1,1I
and startled even the polir: (In 'he :
| democratic tenets of their faith is medieval convent. There was a company I Mr. Harriman was a director paid
I enormous amount of the goo-!- fount
f) believed to have had upon the Constitution of monks and a company of. him 92. But this was a mere picca.I -
I Nichols: was arrested on the "ha; of .
of the United States. Thomas nuns who lived a life of most rigid dillo. Mr. Harriman ought not to be ROC
ct I I grand larceny and placed in ;:ui "H fie t
Jefferson went often to the little practice one of the rather inconvenlent -i expected to remember such a small
prisoner is well known ina cuv, ititlir
1 Baptist meeting-house near Monticello features of which was to rise at I transaction as the sale of a million
having been engaged in -n-handst; I
and it is said became deeply interested midnight to pray. These people wore II,,dollars' worth of bonds to a life insurance [ 1
hear for several years.
t in the services there. Dolly the habits of White Friars and were company. And while Mr. The Great Home
Several days ago :25iMd! + ( cigarets
Madison is quoted as having heard noted for their ornamental writing I Harriman has purposely so involvedhis .
I shaped by the VanDenmi c ". .any
Jefferson assert that he considered.and their proficiency in music. The story that the general reader is ]: (
to a firm in Georgia were !< n i oui -iL Drink For AllIndigestion
the Baptist method of church gov- Dunkers or Dunkards numerous in apt to become lost in .a maze of fig
the Southern railway fr.-.I.' "are-
tcrnment to be the most exemplaryform Pennsylvania, Ohio Indiana Maryland ures, there are some of these transac- ,'i tw.
house i ia this coy and re!+.-i 1"'tI! <> ae
of true democracy in existence :and Virginia are a branch of th" tions that stand out as conspicuous as : :
police by Superintendent:: W L t i
faith the name being derived a goat on a rock wall. For instance
and many of his ideas afterward embodied Baptists I of the Southern. Detect.- : 't u in the Constitution were de- from the German dialect word it has been developed in the investigation l
and Cahocn yesterday K .lamihat i Ii! I
rived from that source. "tunker," meaning "dipper." These that by the simple device of reorganizing -
the ciarets r-a-i: been son t > 'p',' W sin

This is not all the Baptists did in :peeple dress and speak as simply as the Chicago and Alton I the city and: suspecud l' 'I.-...

Y' I Quakers, and like the latter will road, the Harriman syndicate reapedthe
shaping the destinies of the strug- from Nichol* :\ -hwitt1'ant 1
i came ;:; storo : The value )1'a real
gling colonies. The first person to I take no oath nor bear arms. I trifling 'profit of $:!3.6:!,(IUO; on I was: vorn out i-:: s ." m- great ,

advocate the calling of a provincial 1 1 the first mortgage bonds $SOoO,00'' Ale
I The primitive or hardshell Baptists tendent Pleictof the Sui'iueiu* genuine Ginger as a
Congress in New Jersey was a Baptist on the second mortgage bonds $1- .
and th.s th-- ,
"are a most interesting class of peopleI way. morning -rj
named John It is 400,000 from a fraudulent dividend of remedial for has
Houghton. I They do nor believe in using musicalinstrumentl.a went to the tore to look ::1..' !'h. 01en agent Indigestion

that of the thirty per cent., $6.69.0uon; stock ,.
said Virginia's adoption t'--ir services, and are cigarets. It was w'.ul!! 1 ''hi- u

Constitution was Sue to: the actlouof; also cppor1 to .nissions. As a result sold to the company $3,055,000 and gaged that the officers tun 41 i- 'Ilt'otber been thoroughly and satisfactorily

Rev. John Leland a Baptist minister, I the n.emlrship is almost he- on a small railroad sold to the company property The i i.wa: i > i v Red Rock Ale.

At first Rev. Leland was an ardent jreditary, nev emits for the faith that is. to themselves a profit of searched the uore ther /..r proven by Ginger (

; anti-Federalist but later he became $1,300,000. This dividend was paid J. D. Horn of the J. D. Hum
|being rarely re.vn from the outside. Jae't
x the sale of $3".OOO.OOO of first mort- Thi statement is sustaiiud by the
convinced of the falsity of his position The ministers ':u these churches give I by. pan ; 1. S. Janus of tLJnai',. -it!

withdrew from the contest, and (' gage bonds of which the New York t/tat cniintut and tthical physician
.their services free and on account or lor company; Frank E. \\ '.' ,d..tn< arepresentative
threw his influence toward his *v enthusiastically! recommend if
being unpaid volunteers, they are not .
eraJist opponent, James Iadison.who'J '"nearly so well educated as the clergymen 96. The Chicago and Alton's liabilities Goods compai-; all visit I i 1.1 I' and use it in their practice.

cast the deciding vote for Virginia. I before Mr. Harriman took charge
of the other branches. In preaching cf Nichols and found prc 'e !''\ na !
Later the Mr. Leland were in round numbers $33,000,00 i ,
same : it is custom to adopt a sing-song they ijentified as having ("uDtfroll.. NOn

4 tenting the United Chuches cf Vr :,voice, ending each sentence with an When he was through with his reorganization -I their stores. Some of ii i' ih ,v r< uid ;ale (bottled) at all groceries andn draught a*, so l4 f,.,:mt3'

ginia called the attention of the 'indrawn breath that becomes "ah"or and had disposed of the net: say oositively whether .'. had ti:-en

to the fact that the religious property to others the liabilities '
country |"er." A text in one of the churches stolen or not. J. D. Horn ti v I n car

rights of the people were not of this creed would sound like this: amounted $123,000,000. UUIO worth U-at he is ';'iivs =toifct ]

protected by the Constitution. Wash-1"And the Lord said unto Peter-ah Now the cold fact remains that from his place. Some t :ha 'ali'i Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY, JackionvUle Florida; ,

Jngton took immediate action and feedah my sheep-er-ah." This is with the continuance of present conditions i en from the Jones-Shayior company .

through James Madison an amends merely an interesting peculiaritythat :: he dear public is expected: had their private tags and cost mark l

: ment was offered in the House of is not suggested as a matter for to pay in exorbitant passenger and chcnv n, which the thief haJ failed to TRIBUTE TO THE PRESS. DON'T GET MAD.

Representatives to guard the religious criticism or ridicule.It freight rates the interest on $125,000000. ,-,re-nune. The property con-i-.ts ot

.. freedom of the Nation henceforth by I Probably a fair valuation of the fancy hosiery, bolts of silk, t.ntda. I II Colonel A. A. Wiley of Alabama, to Taw to no mow peraacioas habit

this protective clause "Congressshall is in the Primitive denominationthat physical property of the road wouldbe I lacos embroideries, cur:ains. etc, his speech opposing the change IB than that of soling ..... *aadinl

make no law respecting the establishment less than the $33,000,000 of liabil- portal rates on : Mid-
the practice of foot-washing still atd was valued at several hi:Ufired o newspaper with a chip OB your shoaMer ia a *rireceupatlon.

: of religion or prohibiting obtains. This service occurs once a ities against it when Mr. Harriman dollar:: This lof was removed m tBe : "The measure proposed: U nothing TOM which ara ao lung

the free exercise thereof." year, and is observed with the greatest !took charge. There may have been police station. short of an officious and arbitrary that everybody steps oa them should!

The Baptist were also foremost in : solemnity. There is a church in I some stock-watering before Mr. Har- I T!>e: goods were packed ia all parts attempt to regulate newspaper enter I be amputated. People who pat *Dfry l

fighting for the liberty of the coloniesAt [I Southwest Missouri where on the I riman turned the Great Lake into the \'Nichols': store and some were .stored -prises.: The changes Herein Bu get- at everything to the potat of i toy J

the outbreak of the Revolution [first Sunday of each May a service is Chicago and Alton roadbE'd.-\tlan In his living rooms. 1 unks and ed are apparently aimed to harau lag control of theatseivw never slat

they were about 5.000 strong. "Hon- (attended by members who drive inwagons taJournal.Chamberlain's. |and burden the newspaper of the trot
I bolas I by the score: were found, filled anybody or .,....... They ar.'

est John" Hart member of the Con- ( from a distance greater thana !! 1 I with '":e most valuable knd of dry country; and if the bill should become>> always unpopular, for nobody lik- a

tinental Congress of 1771, and signerof hundred miles. On these oc ...s.i ''II Agreeable Cough and Remedy Effective.is Both goods. 'a law it will) materially arrest progress person who U bouad to a* gettingmad. .

the Declaration of Independence |i ions the minister reads the chapter and development in that line because They are always
7i.-e warrants charging gran- tar I uaaaaj) forager
led a company of Baptists in the con 'from the Bible telling of the Lords I Chamberlain's has the amazing theory ttfMMi which and haaaiaess
Cough Remedy do
I ceny, were sworn out before .laJse ax cat out
: tinental army with great credit to I Supper and of the washing of the feet :no equal for coughs, colds and croup, Howell against Nichols, one M ire {the commission has proceeded in of the name spoon. They art fwt.\1"tat

himself and his followers. Seven of of the disciples. The men gather on land the fact that it is pleasant to reaching a recommendation to hate unrest for ..
( ros caaaat abide
( Jones-Shaylor company and JUH by In
the twenty-one known chaplains oft !one: side of the room, the women on II take and contains nothing in any way !congress, l by legislation pm p-culirlv such disagrceabfe
(injurious has made it a favorite with Superintendent Pierre, cf ?he South quarter. They ar.
the Revolution were Baptists.The i the other and separate into couples drastic restricting upon the traa ;or- a hone ..
mothers. Mr. W. S. Pelham a merchant era railway. I hike which sass gars

Baptist sect is rather unique !i each man washing the foot of some [ of Kirksville, la., says: "For Another search warrant wag isc. el ,tation of second class mail matter.secins 'and Jump 'rum one aMe of UM row I

':: in that there isno" recognized temporal I Mother man and each woman that of more than twenty years Chamber ; to be that newspaper improvejrnent I to the other. The
I against: H. C. Bailey a storcKcei*.vrdciitg ( tension oa tatou sir
lain's Cough Remedy has been
head this church in most my and expaatkm
to as some other woman. Inasmch as i are rprek *Hi-
.1 leading remedy for all throat troubles. business: at Caroline and Davis:: ? system ia very great, ao thet
others. The pastor is the head of each one of these church communities |ble and should be embed by statute:
I IIt I is especially successful in cases of streets, said to be a relative of Nich! generally wild up ia bad .aaalth and
each local church and there is no is empowered to make and en- croup. Children like it and and my :the inevitable result of which would often whh
ols. In this store the po'ufound nervous prostration I
government save that found in each force its own laws some strange customers who have used it will not ,be to lessen the fMd of the typerttors' heard
take any other." For sale by all druggists a quantity of tfry goods packed ..'ia.v I a preacher say uses thai b.-
separate assembly. For purposes of rules are encountered. In West Ten work. hated J
m in barrels acid boxes, which were to kaow any of the eoacrt
missionary work most of the churches nessee there is one place where an ; "I have ten tufat to believe that ton f
covered over the top with hi to iUi'1 i who had fallen out with M* pre

belong to "associations." It is on applicant for membership must deClare A Big Turpentine Deal. rice. The property has ncrv >.. been to free untrammeM press newspaper I j* aaor, for he war afraid they ....r..

1 account of this distinction that its adherents three things-that he has no and periodical l. most wtfcly circulated .
,identified as having been #tolen. I l eawale _t... ......" and he gin
claim it is the most democratic debts that he does not drink, and constituting the best guaranty of
There will be consummated Friday HaJJ
though the police think they willhave I that. they were. The sign
church in the world. They that he is democrat. : he intelligence
a indispcnsible to a !
of the largest timber !
one im turpentine no trouble in finding o\urs tor has always proVeD so tree that ha
xlaim to recognize no founder except :eelf'governing people) : and to this cad
ss deals in the history of these it. 'found it dtfacolt. not to be antjadiredIf
Christ. They say that they have had the advantage of cheap postal rates
big transactions in Putnam countsThe I
Nichols denies any connec'ioi. with were one of those oafortaaatex I
leaders, but none of them ever stout The Baptists were the first to introduce have heretofore been designedly
the sal' of
o deal contemplates the property found, and explains his would quit it. I would eoaeaml It and
to the Baptist Church in the relationof mission work in India. They corded. I do not concur in the radical
all the Crescent Timber company'sholdings ownership by f ;ring that ln purclias be tempted to deny !It, and if I could
Luther to the Lutherans Calvin to made their entrance there against : change+ of policy beneficent
a so
at Long Station three ell i it from time to time at Ten.JiIand \'.' not conceal It I would more away. It
the Presbyterians or Wesley to the the wishes of the East Indian Company to that the
-. by postal com'mission's -
miles south of Crescent City in th is
uncial! sales. The p .Il ce t*>'ove so comfortable to be at pares with
Methodists. and for a long time were ridiculed -
and the
county consisting of 15,000 acres of that the goods were stolen by ether ; report tegiolaitooi tbe world and ia food haaaor with

They believe that immersion, their and derided by men of the stampof the finest timber in the state. The parties and sold to Nichols: '\. they ;i proposed. It is clear that the postal everybody. It is ao crattfrtec
Smith. In India lead ,
Sidney they
distinctive point of doctrine was given : is now managed by Mr. S. changes so recommended and urged.
also state that they belie:.: hi Knew even your friends, with your a. ,
all other denominations in educational juaintaaces.
them by the Lord when he was W. Allen, the principal -.vner and all the time front whence and how while limiting the liberties of the individual never to see a attcat, not .

John in the River .ordan. enterprises. Their Northern will also destroy for many uaderataad
baptized I in addition to the timber there is a the property was being obtained aa iaault. i'ber
mission societies in
The name Baptist was first given to are now engaged ,fine turpentine still commissary: though this is jet U> be proven.Bailey workingmen an opportunity to pursue man who thinks he got .

the sect in England during the time raising $500,000 for the endowment of i land several fine dwellings in addition almost took the breath aay ;:i their calling in the type cases of the lag ......-Toaa W.t.... even by gett
schools in '
foreign fields. The first "
of the Commonwealth. The early to the quarters of the hands. from the officers this rooting \\hm I composing room

European Baptists \HIP. sorely tried I Baptist missionary from Americawas I I The purchasers are R C. Middleton he stated to them that he knew they I I II ---- The Other Feltew Did \
Adoniram Judson, who went to It, T...
" by fire and sword, but that they I I W. H. Cook and E. W. Otterson, were coming: to search his isore for Settling a Controversy. -
Burmah. He was sent out by the
, thrived upon persecution is shown by of Pomona C. H. Castle and Fred I he Lad been put on notice )l t!rday ., The Lake City Index says: "Why When

il : the old records which claim that during Congregationalists of New England II{i Wilms of Quincy Ill, and C. E by a policeman that knew they were i I not nettle it this Way: Let Tampa be and others Rasey aaM < Pisudug anti Dan 1

the time of the greatest opposition [but while reading the Bible on shipboard I(Cook and W. H. Ellis of Platville! coming. From the way Bailey rt-celv- i the 'Queen City of 'hp flu'*' u-- of same po4fka. 1M.ltd t
:: 1 was converted to believe in i iI were being paid bsaita
I tea
:. one minister alone baptized 10- !:Wis.. ail of whom are at present ed them the officers think that be was cola the 'Deep Water City" and Key the I. I. b>
I: 000 new converts into the faith. They I immersion. Before reaching his destination ,; the winter at Pomona. :' board everythiaff waa rosy I
spending forewarned but whether or not by a'West the 'Best Harbor and Mot and
he wrote his I sweet! oa the
resignation to boriaoa
f of
were ever a thrifty, money-saving I 'II These gentlemen haveformed a corporation member of the police department re Roomy on the Atlantic and Gulf soaenewspapers
the church that had sent him. The i but when the
; other
people. Finally they won favor at all the papers for which mains to be found out.-Jacksonville :then they'd all nave what they are lows fel
k., i get IB aad
Baptists then their
adopted him and he
: the court of Netherlands and were are rw
.have beca prepared by their attorney Metropolis. contending for. We do not agree to tamed

given their long desired religious liberty spent many faithful years in their I H. E. Merryday, of this city and the this proposition. Pensacola not only by the board. why these samepapers

, i: by loaning money to the govern i service. (I business will be managed by Mr. R. ',I Worked Like a Charm. has the deepest water, but the best I( get red in the face and begin

ment in a time of crisis. i I C. Middleton, an expert turpentine'!I harbor pawing up the earth, and talkies
I Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of that south of Hampton Roads, and about tbe
Why the Baptist Witness is people's
'; Patriotism has always been a Coming ,operator and the largest individual )i spicy journal, the Enterprise, Louisa, 'we are going to make the state press are just the money etc. They
Ocala. Va., : "I ran a nail in foot sweeten moat
says my eoasis:
shareholder.The .
strong point with Baptists. Xo mat. I own up to it before we are through:
I II little
,last week and at once applied Buck cherubs to be sure.-Madison .
where they have been how The Southern price to be paid for the property with this discussion. Pensacola
: ter or Baptist Witness published -1 len's Salve. No inflammation followed ,, Recorder.

o V' ".. hard the government bore down on I at this office for several years, is $100,000 cash.-Palatka NewsA ; the salve simply healed the :Journal.We It does not

1 them for their religious beliefs, theynever will move to Ocala next week and wound." Heals every sore burn and can't accept such a statement stensthena occur to aa that it
church aims souls. It skin disease. Guaranteed at Tydings the argnaaeat ,
to save bolatariag
failed to come to the assist. will be published from that place.' without some proof. Key West is these up .
& Co., druggists. 25 cents. m high and Jf"
should aim to save lives. Some Maaeeeaaary .
ance of that government when it was We understand that a new state Baptist people ready to back up her claims! with the by
emphasize evangelism to the exclu- saYing that other att.on.ep. ,.
. f- in peril. Long ago when the Boston paper will be established at De- Mr. Chas. H. Campbell a former fdgpres. We are willing to abide by big fees w paid

f colony was young one Thomas Gould Land and will have ample capital I' sion of Christian education, while citizen and mayof of Ocala is on a ,the decision of the state PI'NC'Ma went before Gon'ram ward

" '> of Charleston was tried imprisoned back of it to make it a power among j I others emphasize education as though I visit here and was kept busy all yes- ,the evidence la all in.-Key West the Recorder into offi e. We daw Mf that

< and banished because he would not I the Baptists of Florida. It will be i salvation was a matter of character I terday afternoon shaking hands with ,Citizen. eaaaot (mote a afagie
building. Both sides should be newspaper that
bring his children for baptism. La- :the organ of all the Baptists of Flor- !! equally old friends. Since elaving Ocala :Mr. s.etisaed tile MI'
emphasized! by church. It should meat of those fees _
ter when the Indian wars came on ida. The Jennings faction has secur-i Campbell has been superintendentof Saved Her Son's Life. at the tlrse they ,
induce people to experience that rad- The were allowed
this same man raised a company of ed control of the Witness: and will try Ito j the water company at Charlotte, happiest mother in the httte l\
ical change of heart which Jesus calls town of Ava. Mo., is Mrs. S. OM can
l' Baptists and sacrificed his life for make it a factional organ.-De-: I N. C. bat is now representing a fire She writes Rap t'e. of *
-' "a new birth," but it should not leave I : "One year ago my son crime by poiatfag to theAetna
, the very government that had persecuted Land Record. I Ij II ]them there. It should then proceed hose company of Atlanta. i i was down with such serious lung ooh'ors.

him. 1 t trouble that our physician was
" I iii. I Found at Last. i j with the work of building them up in A Fire. I[I able to help him ; when, by our dl'UK.1

I, i Christian virtues which gist's advice I TlIJecrama &ad letters
Of the many branches of the Baptist I are not acquired began giving him Dr hr the Itlfl'
J. A. Harmon, of Lizenore: West suddenly but are a result of Yesterday morning about nine King's eDt .cov ?ry. and I soon no dyed are pouring 1a fa Sluatat iJuoe

faith that found a hOIDin America Va., says: "At last I have found the t!education.-Baptist Herald. o'clock an alarm of fire was turned ;deed improvement I kept this treat er of Wtaetmtta, tart g hwr .
there one which aroused ment up for a few weeks a reconsider
was perfect pill that never when he
me; in. The companies responded imme- ha
much interest and comment when it and for the benefit of others afflicted I was perfectly well. He baa worked resipsttr and ant to
a with 1 Brother Powell, of the St. Peters- diately and found that the barn belonging ;>steadily since at leave the mate atfr tM a
< torpid liver and chronic constipation carpenter work Dr. prssq
,: founded in the wilds of Pennsylvania. ttIM. 1.
was will say take Dr. King's New burg Independent, is photographingbig to Mr. J. L. Smoak was in King's New Discovery saved his life Many of the apps tone fiem .

f': These people called themselves Life Pills. Guaranteed. cents at fish stories. This beats telling flames. The barn was totally destroyed 'Guaranteed best cough and cold cure i ern men IOIIth

t ':. the Hermits of Ephrata and Ty dings & Co., druggists. n them. also some feed. by Tydings! & Co. druggists. SQcts '
.\ I and $L04. Trial bottle free. -- ----
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< \y.r NOTICE. MARION .1' 4

Of Application Tax Deed Under CHARGE.
Section 8 of Chapter 4SSS, Lawsof ,
Florida. The annual meeting of the contributing
Notice is hereby given that \V.V.. members of the Marion County Notice is hereby given that on the :
Clyatt purchaser of tax certificateNo. Hospital Association Ocala, Florida, 8th day of May, A. D., 1907. The undersigned, intending and proposing .
9S2. dated June 1, 1903, and Nos. will be held at the Hospital building the undersigned will present his to organize a corporation un- frfr.y
final accounts and vouchers to der the general laws of the State of ., ,
::SS and 2323, dated the 6th day of on Tuesday, Joseph c-' ( ,
August, A. D., 1900, has filed said certificates the 12th day of March, A. D., 1907, Bell, county judge Marion county Florida, relating to the organization
at 2 o'clock Florida, at his office at Ocala, and corporations for profit, hereby make
in for
my office and has made p. m., the purpose of
make final and publish the following articles of
settlement and apply for
application for tax deed to issue in for the ensuing year
final discharge administrator of incorporation and proposed charter:
and the as
accordance with law. Said certifi- transaction of another business I
estate of J. Porter Smith, deceased. I. :eFv
which befrVe
cates embrace the following described may come the meet. The %
November 2, name of the corporation shall
property situated in Marion county ing.Ocala 1906.T.. N. SMITH, be PINE LUMBER: COMPANY, and
Florida, to-wit: Florida, ISth February, 1907.
\ As Administrator of the Estate of J. the principal place of business shall
*"f. South half of lot 23:;, S. & D. ad. I B. RHEINAUER, Porter Smith, deceased. 11-2-Cm be in the city of Ocala, Marion County -
and 60 feet north and south bSli IA. President. Florida, and at such other placesas
feet cast end west in southeast-cor. I Secretary. 2-:21. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR the Board of Directors may se-
t ner lott, block 2C, X. S. S. and 46 LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S lect.
i feet: east and west on east side lot 3, STANDARD & HERNANDO RAILROAD I LAND. II.
I Reardon's iliddletown lots, all in etty COMPANY. I The general nature of the businessto
i of Ocala, Fla. be transacted is, to conduct a saw
I I I Notice is hereby given that on the
The said land being assessed at the A special meeting of the stockholders -!t 12th day of )March A. D. 1907. I will mill business, buy acquire, lease, own,
i /.jte of the issuance of such certi- of the Standard & Hernando Rail- i'apply to the Honorable Joseph Bell, mortgage, sell and dispose of mills, d
-tfcates in the name of C. C. Hicks, road Company will be held at the office county judge in and for Marion county milling plants and all other property ,
B. H. Hodges and unknown. Unless of the Company in Rockwell, state of Florida at his office in necessary and advantageous in carrying i .

said certificates shall be redeemel (Florida, on Wednesday, the (I Ccala, in said county, for an order on a saw milling business, in- .
according to 1:1tax deed will issue 3rd day of April, 1907, authorizing me, as guardian of the minor cluding lands and timber and timber ,1
j' thereon on the 9th day of April A. at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of heir of the estate of A. C. McKinney ,rights and personal property, and to a ji

D., 1907. voting on the following proposition: deceased, to sell at private sale engage in such other business as is !
i Witness my official signature and To increase the Capital Stock of !'the following property belonging to not inconsistent with the general purpose

1 seal this the 7th day of March, A. D., said Company from $200,000 to $;;00-, said estate, to-wit: The undivided interest of this organization, and not in

f 1307. 000.To of the minor Dora McKinney in violation of the laws of the State of FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK
(seal) S. T. SISTRUXK, I amend the charter provision limiting and to the lots numbered one and Florida and the United States.III. 1

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County, the amount of indebtedness or two, of block two range three of BETWEEN
c Florida. ;C-8: liability to which the said Corporation I Goss Addition to the city of Ocala, The amount of capital stock author- :
.f & all subject itself, by increasingsuch :Marion county, state of Florida. ized is the sum of Thirty Thousand
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR amount from $130OnO to $300- Said land belonging to the estate of Dollars, which will be divided into Jacksonville and New York.'t:

" t.;p. LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S 000 and, the said A. C. McKinney, deceased, three hundred shares of the par value -
,. LAND. To amend the charter provision lim- to be sold for the best interest of of One Hundred Dollars each,
itinb the number of Directors of said said minor heir. and will be paid in by a conveyanceto
I Calling at Charleston
C. both
Noaice is hereby given that on the Company to 5 by increasing the same This Cth day of February, 1907. the corporation by H. L. Anderson, ways. ;
(r 17lh day of April A. D., 1907!) I will to 7. .i 2-S-5t MARIAH McKINNEY. as Trustee of certain lands, timber, 7H2: F n'ye' STZASISZtfS: : TS 73S ::AS7IS2 S237i:2.: :

l apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, I Rockwell, Florida. February 19th, Guardian. timber rights, saw mill and outfit, .-- ---- --
county judge in and for Marion 1907. milling outfit, and personal property
county, state of Florida, at his office JOHN L. INGLIS, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR used in connection with and in the op- CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I NESFRJIGH'

f in Ocala, in said county, for an RALPH BARKER. President. LETTERS PATENT. eration of a saw mill the just valuation '
t'' order authorizing me, as guardian of Secretary. 2-22: :: of which is hereby fixed by the : SERVICE BETXVKKX

fi the minor Win. Preston Holly to sell I I Notice is hereby given that on the incorporators at the sum of Thirty Jacksonville, Boston and Providence,
at private sale the following described PORT INGLIS TERMINAL COM 1 9th day of March, 1907, the undersigned Thousand Dollars. and all Eastern Points.

property belonging to said minor, PANY. I will apply to the Honorable IV. Calling at Charleston Beth \\.Yi.
I.to-wit: South half of lott of block 3S41d I 0!\V. S. Bullock, judge of the circuit The term for which this corporationshall
Survey of Ocala, Marion county, A special meeting of the stockholders : !court of Marion county, at Ocala exist is twentyfiveears.. s 1II. 11Iii1.1' S.tII.INs.
Florida. :: of the Port Inglis Terminal V.
Florida for his endorsement and
approval I Southbound! . . . . . .
Said land belonging to the said Wm. Company will be held at the office of of a proposed charter of a The business of the company shall From LeWis' Wharf, Boston.
Preston Holly to be sold for the best the Company at Rockwell, Florida" on social organization to be known as be conducted by a Board of three di- Northbound . . . .From foot Catharine SL, Jacksonville

Interest of said minor. Wednesday, April 3rd, 1907. The Pulaski Club, the proposed char rectors, a President, a vice Presidentand
This 7th: day of March, 1907. at 12 o'clock, noon for the purpose of I ter of which is now on file in the General Manager, and a Secretary Clyde St. Johns River Line.
ALEX HOLLY. voting on the following proposition, I office of the clerk of the circuit courtof and Treasurer, and the businessof
:S-8-5t Guardian. namely: I Marion county, Florida: the objectof the company will be conducted by Between Jacksonville
:t To increase the capital stock of the the said corporation is, to forma Robert J. Knight, President; J. G. I and Sanford

.. TAX PAYER'S-NOTICE. said company from $1,000000 to $2- social organization among the Culpepper' Vice-President and General I S::??L"1Z at Pahtii, \::::, Seef3i: ( TsLiai ) ail la'.jr=ei.ate

1 000000. !,young men of Ocala, Florida, and in Manager, and William C. Knight, Laii:23 c: St. J=::3 Sire:.
The state and county tax books Rockwell, Florida, -February 19j I neighboring towns and villages in Secretary and Treasurer, until those i I
for 1906 will close on March .:30, and 1907. I Marion county, Florida, to establishand elected at the first election shall I II .1---South-Bound
will remain closed during the monthof HUGH D. AUCHINCLOSS. I maintain club rooms, reading I Abe qualified: the officers of this company SCHEDULE North Bound
April to enable me to make up the RALPH BARKER. President. )rooms game rooms and in general I shall be elected at a meeting Read down. Read up.

delinquent tax list, as the law re Secretary. 2-22 I carry on a social club business thatis I Ito be held at the offices of the Company Leave. 3-30 p. m. ? . .Jacksonville . . Arrive a.. ?
quires. ._ not inconsistent with, nor in violation on the first Tuesday in January
E. L. CARNEY. I' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I of the laws of Florida. I of each year. I Leave S 45 p.m. . . Palatka . . .Leave 8 00 p. m.

3-S Tax Collector. J. G. BLITCH VI. Leave 3 00 am . . . Astor . . .. .Leave 3 20 p. m.

Department of the Interior, Land Office I ROYAL E. COLE. The highest amount of indebtednessor I . . Beresford (DeLand) . Leave 1 00 p. m.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR II at Gainesville, Florida Feb. I It MARCUS FRANK, I liability to which the corporation Arrive 8 :SO:( a. ni .. . .Sanford . . leave! 9 20 a. m. '
: 1907. Wm. C. DUNN can at any time subject itself is the
I Arrive 1000a. m. . . .
Enterprise . Leave
i 1000 .
--- 2-S ROBT. D. MATHEWS. I' sum of Thirty Thousand Dollars. ? a. m.
I Notice is hereby given that Mary I VI.

Notice i is hereby given that on the Calhoun. widow of Dred H. Calhoun, | TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.I | The names and residences of the
31st day of larch, A. D., 1907.' I I deceased, of Martel, Fla., has filed notice j I subscribers, and the amount of capital _Passenger. and Ticket Office. 122 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. -- -
fwll apply to Honorable Joseph Bell of her intention to make final ': will be at the following places on i| stock subscribed beach subscriber -- --

*county judge in and for Marion coun- five year proof in support of her claim, ,time specified to receive returns ofi[ is as follows: j F. M. IRONMONGER, jr., A. G. P. A. Jacksonville Fla.
t Vy, state of Florida, at his office in viz: Homestead entry No. 29.434: made i*property and agricultural statistics. i I Robert J. Knight, Tampa, Florida, ;1 JOHN PENDREL, T. P. A. <
Ocala in said county, for an order au-I December 19 1899, for the east half ,Save trouble by bringing deeds or last 250 shares. I A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A.
authorizing me as guardian of the minor ,of northeast quarter, section 30 township i tax receipt and never trust to memo William C. Knight, Crystal River. I Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R., New York.
heirs of the estate of R. Y. Lanier 15 south, range 21 east, and that i ory in making tax returns. Florida, 40 shares. : 0. H. TAYLOR Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN, Gen'l. Pass. Agt,
said proof will be made before Clerk J. G. Culpepper, Silver Springs, I
and E. V. Lanier, deceased to February. Branch Office 290 Broadway, New York.L. .
% I Circuit Court, at Ocala. Fla., on j Florida, 10 shares.
sell at private sale the following prop Eureka 22.:! a. m. D. JONES, T. F. A.
April 5, 1907. I Witness our hands and seals this I'
erty belonging to said estate, to-wit: j I' Daisy 22, p. m.
Northeast quarter of southwest She names the following witnesses I Fort McCoy 23, a. m. the 8th day of March, 1907. Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fla.
quarter and south half of southwest I to prove her continuous residence Anthony 25. ROBERT J. KNIGHT (seal.) i W. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A.

quarter of section 9. township 15: upon, and cultivation of the land, viz: Sparr 2C, a. m. WILLIAM: C. KNIGHT, (seal) i Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R., New York.
south, range :22 east: and north half Elijah Collins, of Martel, Fla.; J. J. Pine, (school house) 2C! p. m. i i J. G. CULPEPPER, (seal)) j| C. P. LOVELL, ,
of northwest quarter of section 16, Mobley, of :\IartE.I, Fla.: Henry Williams Orange Spriugs 27, p. m. -* i Agent Jacksonville, Fla., ,
township 15 south, range 22 east, of Iartel, Fla.; Will Marion, I j Citra 2S. I[ State of Florida, -
excepting, however, from the abo'E'I of Martel, Fla. i'I'' Ocala, all of March. j I County of Marion, i i ----- - --.-- -- --
lands the following described tracts, I! HENRY[ S. CHUBB. I The law requires all tax returns toj I}! Personally appeared before me, the |
to-wit: commencing at the southwest 2-22 Register. t i be in by isof April. j undersigned authority, Robert J. ,,
corner of the northwest quarter of I I i ALFRED AYER, I Knight and J. G. Culpepper, to me A i Li. M'llSCHII'TIOXf: I'JYAllLE a)1 JY'IOLJRCLUBLIST:
said section 1C, II! NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 1.11 Assessor. well known to be the individuals described I
northwest quarter of _._ __ ____u___ I in and who signed and exec: -- -- -- --- ..
line 23.20;
thence north on section
chains, thence east G.CO chains, thence II Department of the Interior, and Office I Notice to Creditors. uted the foregoing proposed charter.
at Gainesville, Florida. Feb. and each acknowledged the execution
south 19.25; chains, thence east 3.15 Notice ia hereby given to all cred- )II
ethains: thence south 2.5 chains, thence 4. 1907. I tors, legatees, distributees and all I thereof for the uses and purposes !,
other having claims against i I therein set forth and expressed.
last :=.19 chains, thence south 2.43 chs. persons
.4 Notice is hereby given that Douglass Given under hand and seal of
section line thence I the estate of Julia T. Munroe deceased my
west quarter-quarter 11.91 chains to point of beginn- Gillard of Blitchton. Fla., has to present the same to the under. )II office this Sth day of :March, 1907. .
ing, and excepting also tract commencing filed notice of his intention to make i signed within two years from this My commission expires 7th day of --- -
final five year proof in support of his Jan. 11, A. D.. 1907, at Ocala, Fla. I August, 1907. .11-1, SlIlSCNIPTJOXS
57.95; chains west of P.1 r.-1ll1f: I.Y.lIJ1":1Xl'Rq
at a point claim, viz: Homestead entry No. 29.- T. T. MUNROE, (seal.) :
northeast corner of Alvarez Grant in 913, made April 2i, 1900, for the southeast Executor of the Last Will and Testament I H. M. HAMPTON,
township 15 south range 22 east quarter of southwest quarter, of Julia T. :Munroe deceased. I Notary Public State of Florida. 1i
thence north 5SO feet, thence west 200 section 12, township 11 south, range 1-11-St '
feet, thence south 200 feet, thence 119 east, and that said proof will be I -- --- State of Florida. I
east 200 feet, thence south 280 feet, I made before Clerk Circuit Court at I NOTICE. County of Citrus, ,
to Silver Springs hard road, thence Ocala Fla., on I I Personally appeared before me, the : WEEKLY. '
east 100 feet to point of beginning: April 5, 1907. As per the requirements of the con undersigned authority WILLIAM':
said lands situate. lying and being in He names the following witnessesto stitution of Florida, notice is hereby C. KNIGHT, to me well known to be'': D

Marion county. Florida. prove his continuous residence given that the board of county com- one of the parties described in and I) "Till: OCALA WEEKLY ISANNKIt and The SemiWeekly -
Said lands belonging to the estate upon and cultivation of the land viz. missioners of Marion county, Florida, who executed the foregoing proposed :
ot the said R. Y. Lanier and E. V. Enoch, James, of Blitchton, Fla.; Jer- will apply to' the next ensuing legis-I charter, and acknowledged the execution g Jacksonville Timl s.Uni one year $1.50
Lanier, deceased, to be sold for the don Hall, of Blitchton, Fla.; Grant lature of Florida for special legislation of the same for the uses and purposes -, p1
beat interest of said minor heirs. I Morton, of Blitchton, Fla.; Frank Pool, to legalize and validate all war therein set fWth and expressed. THE Ol'I.'EI KLY BANNER and The ThriceaWeek -

This :2Sth= day of February1907.. of Blitchton. Fla. rants issued by the board of county >e\v York World, one year . .$1.63
Jl. W. LEE. HENRY S. CHUBB. !commissioners of Marion county, Florida Given under my hand and seal) of i :

3.1.5t Guardian. !-22 Register. I for work and materials in constructing office this Sth day: of March 1907. i j I kg THE OCALA WEEKLY 11.1\ \ LIl and The Weekly

--- ----- ----- -- the courthouse at Ocala, My commission expires- 10th day of'
NOTICE. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I Florida, for county purposes. June, 190. i a" Atlanta Constitution, one year . . .$1.75

) The Central National Bank, of SPECIAL LEGISLATION. John L. Edwards Chairman.J. I (seal) N. BARCO, THE (,.\(.. WEEKLY HAXXEH and The AtlantaSemiWeekly
Ocala located at Ocala in the State I M. Mathews I Notary Public State of Florida. .o \

of Florida, is closing its affairs. All Ocala. Fla., Feb. 20. l jO;. I N. A. Fort ( Journal, one year. . . .f 1,73
note holders and other creditors of Notice is hereby given that the undersigned I i C. \\-. Turner NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY : 44
r'' the association: are therefore hereby as Trustees of the Special | S. R. Pyles, Commissioners. I FOR LETTERS PATENT. THE: OCALA WEEKLY IIANXEU and The Commoner .

1'1 notified to present the notes and other Tax School District Number One, in IC-15;: I! ((11'. J. nr .an.
1 claims for payment.T. Marion County, State of Florida (oth l .--.--.. i I NOICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that: Paper,) one year.$1.50THE

_ T. MUNROE, erwise known as Ocala School District A Magazine for the Blind. (on the ICth day of April, 1907. the,: j: g oe.1.WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo
: 2--St: President. ) will, during the next regular session undersigned will apply to the Hon- .
of the Legislature of the Stateof i orable N. B. Broward Governor of I m Notice to Non-Resdent Sportsmen. Florida and sixty days after the. There were about 50.5CS blind per I of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee. ,
Notice Iii i ghen to non-rtsidents date of this advertisement and the sons in the United States in 1900. j Florida, for letters patent upon the ::1 THE OCALA WEEKLY liANNEK and The Savannah

hunting bJ-ae in Marion county that publication thereof according to law, ', There are now in about all the Eng;[foregoing proposed charter. ,
the laws: ot Florida require them to apply to the said Legislature for the lish speaking countries perhaps 100 :t| This 13th da.. of March 1907. Weekh. News, one year . . . .$J. ...

first procure a license before so doing. enactment of a law or laws, the ob- 1 j ROBERT, J. KNIGHT. '
The amount fixed is $10.00 and the' ject and substance of which will be 1000. The proportion of the blind who : WILLIAM C. KNIGHT. il

official Issuing the license is the clerk 1 to empower the said Special Tax I i are taught to read and write grows I I 13-15 J. G. CULUPEPPER, DAILY.

ot the circuit court. This notice is School District to provide for and to I i larger every year, yet the first maga-i I I
given for the purpose of giving warn- issue bonds or certificates of indebtedness I I II
[Zine for the use of the blind in anylanguage '
Ins and saving trouble. not exceeding in amount the I
t E. J. :\lcCRAEY.4t. 'sum of Ten Thousand Dollars l$1o-1 has just been established Ii! Four of Pensacola's police O:! ceroS. THE OIALoII..ILY HANNEK and The Daily Savannah

) Game Warden. 000.00) the proceeds of which |through the thoughtful generosity of i,who have been charged with the preservation 11\1 News, one year . . . .$12.50

i APPLICATION FOR I used to liquidate present indebtednessof J I Mrs. Zeigler. It is likely to remainfor i i of the law have been arrest-1: ( THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily t
OF District and to
NOTICE said School ,
: erect
t time the sole of and imprisoned for violations J
some periodical I led gross '
LEAVE TO SELL I repair, enlarge, equip and otherwise i I Ii Jacksonville Times-Union, one } t..tr.$12.50(
LAND. i enlarge and increase the facilities of;i ii the kind.-World. I of it. No man should be entrusted ,

li i the school buildings and property ofj i ii ,with the preservation and vindication''jI t| THE OCALA DAILY RANNEK and The Daily At-

Notice I Is hereby' that will on the i said District. I Senator Park Trammel!, editor of I I of our laws who has no conception of 1* (N louts Journal one year . . .$S.iO:
1st day of April. A. D. 1907 I apply B. A. V/3ATIIERS. the Lakeland Sun, in his i
I says paper: '
Bell County !the sacredness and dignity of his postion. !- Journal including Sunday $10.03
to Honorable Joseph J. E. CHACE. "From the' comment, it seems S ( ; ), one Jar. .
Judge In and for Marion county State W. T. GARY I present 'I The administration of our laws
I THE OCALA DAILY n.\ XXEH and Atlanta Pails
in that of the editors of the '
Ocala J.i
of Florida, at his office in Trustees Ocala Special Tax School many are .are the most sacred things vouchsafed I : 4
'fciUU county, for an order authorizing i itne' District. :.2 -St opinion that Senator :Mallory will not I I to a free people and should not be
as guardian of the minors. Lrnev have any opposition for re-electiOn to
to but
capable. good
Nannie Brooks to sell PHOSPHATE COM any y"jW': "it-
tine Brooks ISTACHATTA
I the United States The
senate. primary -
I sale the following property PANY. 4' land. conservative hands. The proper
at belonging private to: minors to-wit: The !': is rather a long time off to be :.execution of our laws means the preservation | ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYAISLK! IX .lr.1'f I :

I.! of Lot 57 and Lots 53. 59 and Cola Notice is hereby given that the annual counting for sure on having no op and perpetuation of our form ... - -- ..

town of Martel. meeting of the Istachatta Phos- position. You cannot tell about the of government. Address AH Orders to
Said land belonging to the said minor phate Company will be held at the of- uncertainty of politics." A gentlemaa
children to be sold for the best fice of the company at Ocala Florida,
D. at our elbow says he never saw so I Judge Locke, of the United States
.1. interest of said minors. on the first Tuesday in March, \ THE OCALA BANNER
f i-( This the 25 day of February. 19,);. 1907. much meaning concealed in a sen- district court at Jacksonville, has ,

i* J/ JOHN H. BROOK COLIN C. WYLLIE JR, tence so innocent. granted an injunction restraining[ the OCALA FLORIDA.
7 Guardian.A
'S.l 2-15 -
railroad commission from
t interferingwith
I and Tract Wanted.: -Address Sixty men in New York recently attended the charging of more than a -
! A big supply of sealln bottles? wax and H.Cypress 79 Midland avenue, Montclair, N. a funeral of a dog. It was a tfcree-cem.-a-mile fare on the East I ALL XUltSCKIIWIOXS PAYJU1LK* .Iii" IXl'R,
corks tor sealing
x I J. 2.2-2t St. Bernard and a great pet. Coast railway. .
Jar. Tydings & Co. W

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"A STANDARD CRESS.OIL PEON IN CON " " " " 1 " " "1" "11114r "I" 1 ," " 14

The above is the heading of an efi-
tonal In the New York American; ..... --
; about our Congressman Frank Clark, --
rays the Jacksonville Floridian. -_--
Ah this comes about from 31 Ir,

Clark having given little Willie R'ln-: '""--"- --J--------- ______ffi_Im.-.5-- .JI_____.S____ --- "-
dolph Hearst and his CosmopclitaMagazine ...:
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i., that Florida.outrageous We publication have a lies only severe and against seen roasting slanders extracts the peope for told!fr'hei ,"f iJl.:) ,'I...-.... A. : BROWN : & : BEth II

:Mr. Clark's speech as reported by the I
associated press. These of course are;
>:lot expected to give his exact language i ::_ .-.-
but as soon as we can get the -
cpeech in full, we shall publish it. E
... Frank Clark is abundantly able I to
take care' of himself and we are
cafe in saying that what he will do I .
to little Willie will be a plenty. .i .....
; But "fools rush in where angels!
fear to tread," and that's whats the ....- -4I
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: matter with Willie. -- ....
There is however a vein of audacity ,..
t. and impudence in his editorial, which !, -
like the ugliness of his friend, J. J I.i" III ..

Barrs, has made it interesting, anwe I i PURINA FEED ......
herewith reproduce it. : -
"One Frank Clark sits in the house i =: '- -
[. of representatives from Florida. H- ,
does not represent Florida, however, ; 7rY MIs -cD
a'r.jt .------
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OC but "interests" which disgrace it. : a rta '- 'Ii aT .
: Yesterday this person arose and made ;
denial of the facts respecting the I
'\ existence of peonage in his state, incidentally .
; laying about him with the i : We wish to call the attention of Stock Feeders to the following interesting figures: 3
,. jawbone of an ass in abusive attack ....
t. upon those who have condemned this e- ...
newest form of slavery. I I -..
: Peonage does exist in Florida. The 4: COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF k
,.. article in the Cosmopolitan Magazine -
;? by Richard Barry, the well known war 1 .....
correspondent, which moved Clark to 4lli- .___ ---.
-- - ---- ----- --
simulate wrath does not assert, but
F proves the fact. To quote: i-: .. CORN OAT & I PURINA FEED :::

' "On December 5, 1906, In Fensacolt I --- l ====
; a United States judge sentenced five ::- --
, : officers of the Jackson Lumber Co., 1 1I i :: Protein 9 per ct _\ \ per,_ct_ J4jper cent. ::3 .
I one of the largest concerns of its ; _

'" In kind the in penitentiary.this country, At to seven the years sam : E Fat 4 per ct. 4 per ct. 6 per cent. ::3

; time there were in other courts in '! .
. Florida requests for seventeen indict arbohydrates 68 per ct. 50 per ct. I 60 per cent -
I Dents against equally prominent citi --' ; _____ ___ ::::

, teas. The charges were all the same :: fiber _
: rude : 4 ct. 9 ct. 6 cent.
per per per
f- slavery. The law calls it "peonage. --- I ::::
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. Mr. Barry's article is embellished -- - _
;:with a portrait of "Henry M. Flagler --
.I. of the Standard Oil clique, whose
:' ; tible for slavery conditions in Flor

-' ida." This Flagler "runs" the politics PROTEIN the chemical in all feeds which builds lean
" I property meat in animals; in other words-muscle.
, of the state. That is why Clark is in
, the house of representatives to discharge ,I ::-i Fat and Car bo hydrates--Make the fat from which is drawn the store of heat and energy consumed by the anmul in .::

whatever tasks may be assigned ::-T its work. A unit of Fat is aqua! to 2 1-2 times a unit of Carbohodrates. In other words, a feed containing 6 per cent. Fat :::
; to him there-even such work as :
I denouncing as false facts long notorious I and 60 per cent. Carbohydrates is the same as figuring 75 per cent. Carbohydrates. __ .

. throughout the country. .j I :. Fi be r--Is that portion of a feed which is largely waste, although about J-3 digestible All grains in their natural state analyze certain ::

.: will"Mr.be Flagler's seen, extends peonage to Washington.system, it I I Ii p=._., percentages of fiber, hence that part nature intends as an aid to assimilation of the concentrale elements, Protein, Fat and .:::

i But, judging Clark's intelligence by ; Carbohydrates. No feed should contain more than 15 per cent. fiber, however, and one which runs as low as 7 per cent is an ::

yesterday's performance, has made a I .-- exceptionally good ieed.m ;..
mistake in stationing him in congress -
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; Instead of arming him with a shovel I ..... -4
and placing him on the roadbed of : > -HEP
ti.ti:: the. East Coast railway." :! : You will now understand that PURINA FEED, judging from the above tab e of figures, is 2

; Mr. Benjamin to Wed Miss Gutman. '
__ i iL iI a superior feed to corn and oats. REMEMBER, corn is liable to heat and colic your mules and 3
The engagement of Miss Rita Gut- !

. ; ; jamin man, ,of of Savannah Atlanta, ,is to announced.Julien P. Miss Ben i: ::: horses** Oats are high in price and it takes more of them, sack for sack, to keep your work stock 3

., ....
... Gutman is a daughter of Mr Jacob i iI
in fit condition than when
, '_. ; E. Gutman, a wealthy dry goods mer i, g feeding PURINA FEED ::j
chant.-Atlanta Georgian.Mr. ; --
lived in ---5------ _
Benjamin formerly -- -
:i Ocala, and is the oldest son of )lr. : l-.

,:. ...; friends and Simon best Benjamin.'offer wishes.their His congratulations many Ocala 1 TRY A FEW SACKS AND BE CONVINCED I

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i A guiding influence in the founding -- __ -S ----...-
r and building of the Italian colonies : -- -
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. j ;. of worked California his way was from Andre the Scarboro bottom who up, ; [ WI-IEIsT IN NEED OF

and established night schools in order :
to impart the little learning he''

. _-v'.. fishermen had to others.supply Genoese most and of the Sicilian sea 1 1i '' | Bull Durham U. S. Marine Sensation Duke's --

. :: food for the Pacific coast. Los Angeles ,
has 4,000 Italians engaged chiefly I \.
f in truck farming and fruit raising, :
while there are between 3.000 and Mixture Mill
| or Boy Smoking Tobacco
. 4OoO engaged in the same work near ,
'' 6an Jose. In :New Orleans there are 1
;b : between 13,000 and 14,000 Italians. .
i They have a large church in the heart = ....... j
of the city, presided over by a priest | SEND US YOUR ORDERS. :: i

from their own land. There are about I __
y Go.oOO people of this race scatteredover K taM* --
, the truck farms in the vicinity .....

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. Mississippi there are several hundred .......
who own their own farms and truck
Yours for
more business :::
patches, and who are making and sav .: !
- ins mone'.Frederic Haskin. .- -ell
s s
A. E. Sutton, an important witness : -- 4'\
in the Histler trial now going on in ..- !:f .. Ii 11 .-....-
Jacksonville, and reported to have --
. been assassinated in this county ......
4 turned up at the trial safe and sound. \I
He was surprised to read those several -
,. column startling newspaper stories ram A. BON & BROS
s of the details of his assassination.We .
received a hurry wire from one I J !
ct the Jacksonville papers for a hundred .
'bru II. .,
words concerning Sutton's ,
8 f!1! 'H..CA- -J1 J. .ATI[ ;' ..Ii. iii.
t tal taking o5" which was the first we -w ::. :::
We lad : ......
bad heard of the story. are ;
that it turned out to be without

5 foundation in fact. ..... ...
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': Wanted-A pair of geese, a pair of ...... -.-.

6 'S aerS ducks of peafJwls.d. a pair of ress guineas the and Ocala a Ban-pair* 1' :(1""eifeeUeeeiaeete" " e " " 4"" .' " " 1"6"A" " " ,,


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