The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
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 29, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00422
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1- Pv,4.4s.444444.444.4.4 48444.. .............. I Dr. and Mrs. Jinn Hat:on, or' Sara- ,' OCALA PEOPLE IN TAMPA. .4 4 6 NN N 14-..ONN+NON NNONi.I .

( tJ WN. .00+Ey++d,04i1 .K40044N 001N"...N i sots were among those who attended -

I the Serubnch concert in Tampa :;. Ocala is well represented in Tampa r. i

ii SPRINGS n last Friday night. Mrs. Hatton was and on a recent visit to that progressive i I usness onnectons
NyftL'S HOT d formerly Miss Edna Swain, of An:: and growing city we notEd'

+. .+ .. :hon). Her marriage to Dr. Hatton with pleasure the success of the Ocala +

..a> took place at Muncie. Ind., some years :people who are now making that city : profitable BOTH SIDES .
to We make
II ago, but. for the past several years their home. are lasting J

Ii hey have been living at Sarasota?:, The W. J. Chambers Shoe company i : ourselves worth as much to our patrons as they are to :
.r : :ELo IE t M EDIE where Dr. Hatton practices medicine)! are occupying a beautiful store on : us. That's how we keep old friends while making

: : and also has a private sanitarium. IFraaklia I II II I street in the new five-story : % new ones. J

+ + I(I Curry buildiag. Associated with Mr i
4 4 Great is the Tallahassee Sun. 'Chambers is Mr. W. L. Scott, who was I
4 4 4 {! MUNROE & CHAMBLISS jj
4 is the best spring: tonic. i i also with him in Ocala. Mr. Chambers ; ,
4 4 Calling the Tallahassee Sun down said that he had met with a wry ;

4 4 4 4 tl ,for decorating the attorneygeneralwith i! warm welcome from the people of i BANKERS i'; ;

4 4 <' all the flowers on account of i',''Tampa in both a business and a social i $ OCALA
4 4 4 4 $1.00 per Bottle.! 6 Bottles for $5.00 : i it !the mandamus proceedings againstthe I I way. He is building a pretty i : FLORIDA. i

4 4 4 ni' A. C. L., and not giving: so much i'[I home in Hyde Park, which will be :, 40 .N..1....i.4..4.......4................44.....4
1 the Ocala board of trade I --- ----
4 ; as a sprig to completed in a few months. .

4 4 AT THE ;which set the ball in motion, procured :i The other store in this building I .... ..
4 4 An Gcala Colored Girl Graduates in .. ................
4 4 ae + ;the evidence prepared the legal documents !!fronting on Franklin street is being i Medicine.We .

employed eminent attorneysto ':fitrtd op for the Anti-Monopoly drug I
have just received an invi'a BIGGEST LINE
Store Hi help the attorney-general and, ;store, of this city, to be used princi- :tion to the commencement exerci.-w-*
H Postoffice Drug furthermore put up the solid cash !pally as an ice cream parlor. It will :of the Medical Dental and Pbarn

that paper is now good enough to say |be in charge of Mr. Harry Walters ceutical college, of Wahlen l'avt '--i : OF

44 ,,that the Ocala board of trade did its ,and iusill be ready for business in avery II of Nashville, Tenn., on Friday. Ma'i!

|E ft+44444444444.4.444+4444.44-4444 b.44.444.44444444\ patriotic duty but that it was inspired f short time. The soda fountain ':29th! ,at 7:30 o'clock, in the Ramon

$4444444<4+44+44444444444.. 44444444+4+4444444444'Sara I>to do so by the Tallahassee Sun- :that is being erected in this is ',Auditorium.
I that it only followed the Sun's lead! '''one of the most elegant in the south I'
--- ------ -- --- ---- Among; the graduates in mediou-'
;|Great is the Tallahassee Sun! and the store throughout will be beau-
is Effle Carrie Mitchell, the dauxim-r
Elizabeth Harris, Lccal Editor. Some Excitement Monday Night. I I, 'tifully furnished. ,
,of Reuben Mitchell, one of Ocala rs 1.w AihEjr
About 9 o'clock Monday night several !! Surprise of a Brilliant Woman. !I The Anti-Monopoly drug store also t timable colored citizens. After r-

..t SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.I pistol shots and the most terrific .j i Miss Jeffle Bell the brilliant news- ,'has another store on Franklin street, I ceiving her diploma she will renrn ....

j screams were heard and men and women i I paper correspondent of Tallahassee. !'wtieTi they recently purchased. It is Ito I Ocala and will probably lota1,' I I .
Mr. John D. Buckalew is now enjoying splendidly located and they are already ,here. J.
were seen running bare-headed.its I[ surprised to discover one of Governor -: ,
his annual visit to Lake Weir. in all directions.It Broward's opponents defendinghim : doing a good business. :Mr. H. I Booker T. Washington will delis r t

: ascertained that Liz ,, from unjust reflections, which;JC. Groves will have charge of this I too annual address to the gradual .
Mrs. Henry W. Long came in Monday was '
from Martel to do some stopping. zie Baker, a colored woman, and a ,!I shows that Miss defile has not heretofore -lone of the Anti-Monopoly's chain of i iI LADIES[ AHD !
stores. I at the Montezuma Hotel. I
been inclined the
most excellent servant, in the employment :I to give oppo- : HnnUMH
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Veal, of Clark, cf Mr. Thomas Sexton, had !i''iition credit for sincerity and true i j Mr. F ryan B. Blount and family, i,I Mr. John Hudson, a travelling man
manliness. Some, if all of former residents of Ocala live in representing the Cunningham piano ,
spent Monday shopping in Ocala. caught fire and was severely: burned. i I! not us,:; now I
The woman was in the kitchen'''can and do conscientiously oppose':j Tampa. :Mr. Blount is one of the i(!house of JacklOnvilledied at the

Mr. A. J. Turner, of Lake Sixteen, ironing when the lamp exploded. She the governor in some of his policies,:largest turpentine operators in the ,i Montezuma hotel Tuesday afternoon.He ,-
was a prominent shopper in our -city seized the lamp and in attempting to but we are' not disposed to blindly fol-f,'state and has a number of other business .: had been there but three days

Monday. tnrow it out cf the door. the keroseneoil low any man in everything he may '| interests, being among other I and his death was rather sodden. Dr. f

spilled over her clothing and she undertake.-Punta Gorda Herald., :[things president of the Blount Real I Kehoe vas the attending physician.

Mrs. Henry Clark and son, of Fel- caught fire and ran screaming throughthe i[Estate company in this citv. He is

lowship are the guests of Mrs. Clark's house, and in running fanned the I The Florida Christian Advocate :erecting a very handsome forty thousand Miss Lelia Jones has returned to

slater Mrs. Thomas Sexton. fames and increased her danger. says that Mr. R. V. Atkisson i' dollar residence in Tampa. :her home at Crystal River after a THE JEWELER. .

-- Mrs. Sexton, with great presence of is creating a profound impression -j Dr. Dozier Lanier has recently open- i short visit with Mrs. R. J, Knii at
Mr. R. A. Green came up Sunday mind, threw some portiers around her in this city by his preaching ed dental parlors in Tampa and is doling (i Tampa.

from Clearwater and will be here for which partly smothered the flames. hand i twenty accessions have been added well. In a few years we expectto ,! -

a few days. People on the outside thinking the to the church since his coming ; hear of him as one of that city's -

I house was on fire shot off pistols to attract here. What the Advocate says is quite:leading dentists. 4 4 44t+ 4 4 ,$4.++ + ..H. .
' Mrs. Alfred Ayer is quite sick at her
the attention of the fire department true. Mr. Atkisson is increasing in I| Mr. C. J. McCranie is half owner
home in this city much to the regret
and the drivers seeing no evidence I popularity as the weeks roll by and !|of Smith's Dairy Kitchen. This is ;t

jf her friends. of fro, raced in all directions, when his four years shall have ended !one of Tampa's most popular restau- i Adding New Accounts !

1 "f1 Mrs. F. M. Long and children, of which added to the excitement and there will be witnessed a wonderful rants and Mr. McCranie's Ocala 4ais

Holder, areisiting Mrs. Long'smother confusion.Drs. change in the Ocala! Methodist con {friends are rejoiced to know that he +
Powers, E. Van Hood and Dozier gregation. He is a mixer and a build- :is getting rich in his new home.
Mrs. R. C. Burt in this city.
were quickly on the scene and I r, persuasive and popular. I Mr. Ben' Briggs, who recently; went !t :We are constantly adding new act :-

allayed the woman's sufferings.She I J Ito Ta$- a4ia"the. ssistant,4tlantic, !
_ Ir- Messrs. R. A. Burford and William was very badly burned'and-the I Hon. Frank Clark, congressman I j Coast Line agent there anJ"''Mr. Will: counts- and business 'is increasing at
Hocker are at Bronson this week atUndine from the second Florida district in our
in distress.
Sextons are great JDodson( has an excellent position with
court. Mrs. Sexton and all the neighborssay this speech in the house of representatives :
;the Tampa Star Steam Laundry.Mrs.
I also
-of -the Lees- the unfortunate woman is one of I Iarcht., defending the state Sue Richardson and Miss Ethel :; *+ a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you :
d ,
Mr. Bart ley Corley
I the most excellent servants in the "against tne charges of peonage used I Richardson left last week for Tampa 1
burg Commercial! spent in Ocala.a portion ofSunday city. Editor Claude L Engla s editorial as land will make their home in that city ; might be glad to join us. %gIt "'
and Monday
1 We hope her injuries will not proveas ,a part of his speech and still Editor !with Mrs. Richardson's daughter, Mrs.

t Miss Annie- Hillnian of Anthony, serious as at first was believed. Claude is not satisfied. He says that i Alexander Hanscomb. ,
Mr. Flagler contributed large sums of i is
l'll'asant'isitor to Ocala several 1 Mrs. Munden and her three sons, I
was a money which helped to elect Clark to I Messrs. Josephus, Claude and Walter :
days ago. The Wills Comedy company will COMMERCIAL BANK
and he is less identified !
congress more or -
play a four nights' engagement' j Munden and Mr. and Mrs. Henry I
with "the interests. However,
'i Shoeflin former Ocala residents, ,
Forest fires have curtailed the output Ocala at the armory commencing now
I considerMr. WednE's a.r. March 27, the followingis Editor L'Engle is good enough to make their home in Tampa and we t OCALA
of the turpentine crop FL0.
I '
say: "I do not believe that Mr. Clarkis I ,
i nbb.I3 from the Atlanta, (Ga..) Journal: heard good reports of them all. I.
Mr. Flagler's peon. That ought to Rev. L. W. Moore, who for the .
First nighters who went to the Casino past .
44444444444444444444444+ 44444444444+4+444444444444.Mr.
>> be very consoling to Mr. Clark.
three years, was the pastor of the I
Monday to see the initial performance
J. I). Pope, who is in the turpentine -
'Ocala Methodist church, is this year
business with headquarters by the Willis Comedy com -- -- --- ----
near DeLand was a visitor to Ocala pany were not disappointd. The offering The indictment of Ed. Triay and aNew I'living in Tampa and is in charge of I Wallace Stovall. who has Run Over By Tra.n.
York labor agent on the chargeof the Tampa Heights church and Mr. I
was "A Trip to Atlantic City. I echieved such splendid notoriety ia
I a very clever vehicle for a jolly peonage in connection with the sand Mrs. P. C. Davis are also temporarily the newspaper field in Florida, was A colored man bj the tanus of Dan
!railroad work the East Coast is '
Strauss returned to crowd of who found good on residing in that city. visitor Ocala He
*V Mr. Maurice people opportunity I a to Sunday. was Savage .aa run over t.y a freiut
Ocala Saturday afternoon from a visitto for catchy songs and laugh another instance of how the government j Mr. J. Arthur Griffin, an old Ocala I here to see his children Miss: MInnIe' train oa the A. C. L. railway Tues

Lakeland and other places in south able situations. The comedy parts officials allow themselves to be |boy, has been living in Tampa for I and Master Wallace Stovall.! MrJ day afternoon near the wholesale

Florida were good and the audience spent on worked to the glory of selfprofessedreformers some years past and doing splendidly. J I Stovall has two of too fin**,' news warehouse of the Tea Pot Grocery

the whole a very pleasant e\'ening.The and the injury of Florida. He has a charming wife and several paper properties in the state, the and had the toes of one of bill feet

. Mrs. lx e Cox came down from Jacksonville company is growing in popularity and The stories of the complainants in interesting children.Mr. Tampa Tribune, a morning paper and crushed off and also two of the flaxen

\ Sunday to visit her mother- the crowds that have attended des. the case are those of fellows who un I R. S. Clark and family are now the Tampa News, an evening paper, on his left hand b-i lm a bad bruise

in.law. Mrs. W. S. Pike and her sister pite the weather have been the best dertook to beat transportation and I among Tampa's prominent residents. and he is entirely covering the fieldin on UK head. It U not known exactly

Mrs. 1' V. Leavengood.Mr. evidence that could be offered of the subsistance to the sunny clime of They lived in Ocala for many years south Florida. He is instating c. how the accident occurrM, but ,t .'apr
Florida as an escape from the rigorsof and have a large number of friends >
pleasure their performance is giv- Hoe Perfecting press and ot ie' up to- fcumed that the man attempted to
Thomas H. Harris left Mondayfor ing. Walter S. Wills. as "Hinky Dee" a northern winter without payingin who are interested in their welfare. date machinery and his name is sync climb on one of the box can at the

a visit to Jacksonville Atlanta and an exceptionally live bell-boy, kept either money or work.Tampa His oldest daughter, Miss Mercedes nomous with dash enterprise ant daring train was in motion, mixer I hit hold

other cities He will be absent for the audience convulsed with laughter.His Times. Clark, is now an attractive young lady. and he is to Florida what WiUUr.i and fell. He YoU taken 'o too Mar

a month or more. acrobaic dancing is of a kind that She has been quite sick for the past Randolph Hearst is to the balance of it.u county hospital and Lit wtMiudsr
A. K. Taylor, the cartoonist, who month but much better last
,must inveitably carry him to the top was very the country. **- dressed by Dr. William M. low-
Mrs. J. l:. Padgett and little girl, of and his comedy work was far above formerly made Manatee county his week and we hope that her entire re- tor"
here home but who has recently been residing -storation to health is only a matterof
) Quincy, formerly of this city, are the an'rage.Popular Tur+day night lb. mans' foot was
on aisit to Mrs. Padgett's sister, prices. 25c. 35c .and 50c. in Atlanta. is spending a few a short time. She was among the Mrs. J. T. Glover has return! to ampetaerf bvtow the Mire by Dr.

Mrs. George la\is. Seats at Ocala News company Saturday -days in the county. Mr. Taylor expects -large audience who greeted Madame Ocala from a visit of several week Pot..r.. aw. at 2:30. to remain for awhile in Florida. :Sembrich on Friday evening at the with relatives in South Carolina.
but will continue his cartoon work for .
Mr. Hat Lanier one of the mostprominent Tampa -4ino.me
,Tom Watson's Magazine, the Jeffer- Rev and Mrs Haw White, of MefiiTOKb. .
citizens of Lake county, Two Fires.
Sunday sonian. As a cartaoonist Mr. Taylorhas The courthouse contractors promise and Mrs W .:. Allen and Mrs.
Ocala Monday on his
through Human Enigma" in Hospital.
It passed a
hOlDt'o11r. Just before twelve o'clock Sundaythe no equal in the state and no su- to have the building read to Hester of the same place are at St
way hold the spring term of the circuit Petersburg thin week attending thconvention
periors in the south. His many
kitchen of Mrs. Blanche Whet No doubt most of our readers haveheard
of Waterboro, S.C. friends welcome him back to Manatee :court which convenes in May I of the! Christian rhnrrh.
C. A. Savage, stone's residence on South Fifh street of the "Human Enigma, the visit to tds brother. county even though he is only on a -- -- --- ,
., is in Ocala on a caught en fire. The alarm was sent !rrar who swallows swords tacks i
Mr. S. S. Savage. Mr. Savage: is in but the flames were put out before visit-Manatee Record. !needles, nails broken bottles ant :! J{

in the sawmill business and this is the fire companies arrived. The damage pieces of mirrors for he has been following r

bit first visit to this section. was very slight. Perpetual Motion.An circuses year after year for : BOTTLES

In the afternoon about four o'clock inventor hailing from Santa many years. He is now in a hospitalin ,
Mrs. John W. Pearson has returned I another alarm was turned in.This')Ion C'a. California claims at la** to New York suffering from poison in .u.w F

, from Gainesville, Ga where she time the fire was discovered to be in I ha,e discovered perpetual motion. the his legs supposed to have been pro ;

r has been on a visit to her daughter, a pie of crossties in the A. C. L.,engine he has constructed is a thermal !duced by the quicksilver on the backs Whiskey.U
, Miss Atla Pearson, who is a studentat yards near the warehouse of Messrs.''machine in which compressed a'r provides !of the mirrors that he has swallow '

, llrenau college. Mclver and MacKay. It took some' the current the contrivance : ed.I ,
,, little time to extenguisb the flames. cembia-ng the powers of air, water and I I ihe: "Human Enigma's" name is> .

, \Ir. and Mrs. S. Quartermaa. of electricity. Mr. Leroy the invtr/or, i Pierce. He was in John Hopkins hospital 6 Full

p Fairfield. were among the well known Mr. W. H. :Moore the capable bookkeeper !'believes that his invention will revolutionize -; in Baltimore: some years ago ari i t Quarts Fort 95 j

r tlistors in Ocala Monday. Mr. and for Messrs. Baum & Robertson : the industry of the world. I the doctor who X-rayed him found CarolinaWhisks 0.1' 9a

r Mrs. Quarterman were recently married at Crystal River, was in Ocala II He has so interested certain, Chicago,needles. nails and peices of glass \ \ 1

t in Mississippi. They were in Monday. His two daughters are attending capitalists: with the virtues of his ma-!scattered all hrouga his anatomy. It 1'J Carolina\. .F.I: (t vs nu H.ftt .wed! e.. '' F I Wrl !
. expedition and +chine that they have put ash in ( article Bid in owr t-i1a, ,*r ...f r 'OJ u r ....'" t.. a.4 n i1- ,
shopping up all the
Ocala on a college in Georgia and he received took sewn months to,get junk tur *>!*! b? ire.wnrt,4 n,.it, t- j. r win.haimm at f l' a ",ai J
r other business whale here. ..the sum of $50,000 for him to COlti.11.e .. ... \\iHt'SUy.QW
transacted a telegram stating that one of out cf him. i, i trnU W niAi1r (i) -< .I l r<- ... I j thAt..aN I..>t.fr&jdf 8'y k ...t. f ruMOrtitk i Oar pte"tr<'* tan
t C of:them had been taken suddenly ill but his experiments.A The Belleview hospital physichiisjsoy t '' teen kkrc*,(baking U4tMi.rgw.t BwuUriJcf *>.h..r huvM.. Uui.urkl.
r Ex-Governor W. S. Jennings, on reaching this city he fouid another -- : tbat his bones are all likely to decay

y Jacksonville, was in Ocala Monday afternoon telegram awaiting him stating that Cry for Ladders. I i but thaf his stomach seems to be l 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. 1
r trains, coming to' Wauchula needs a ladder ordinance 5<<11&I .e s2.s ..... ..
1 ,: she was wry much better and out of" I mtact.Ir. m ill chip you br .,pm. 4 full 4 wart f .!Ctrcluui M fc<*ky mad tr.tl .
f this city over the Seaboard and leav danger so he returned to Crystal River requiring the owner of every buildingto : t tl I _1111.al. tattta *l ..A, :
1 ing over the Coast Line for Brooks- en the afternoon train.Tetter,5tRhum keep at some convenient place and Mrs. H. M. Baum and their Ir "ul6cka. "004 B. h!" ...I U.p r'IIZ'MT CM MhiU fer. I

about the premises a ladder of sufficent daughter Miss Lina Baum were in j
, ville. i
Lad- t SPFC1AL NOTICE W. deli,,r DM Bbo_*w M pm>.ii ..",....
, length to reach the roof. Ocala Monday: and were guests at the t :
and Eczema. in North Car A aa. Vim w tad W. Virnaa. tot rMlemv 0vt*
, The past season was a poor one for ders are always needed at a fire and Ocklawaha Inn. Mrs. Baum and Miss in other eta... rvacbod by Adam ."r SMIUMT KJPMM (srpaaiss {
the must rcaut Me. east bijm _! .f M-'IIt Km swtdirf ..sI 4 i
, the mackerel fishing. industry on diseases for whIchChamberlain.s usually a delay of several minutes, Baum have been spending the winter .ant. other eJ f , lower Florida coast. The total catch, These are Salve is especially val that often proves fatal, occurs beforeone at Crystal River with Mr. Baum and Duttles lad .. wzU prepay tiprws llaaut tub with nd.e sad sddn.ip i :I

: f : as reported by the Miami Metropolis, uable. It quickly allays the itching is procured. Next to water, a.!left on the afternoon train for their '; ill THE CASPER CO., Inc., Roanoke, Vtu :
r "I 1i.
la about 900,000 pounds whereas it and smalicg and soon effects a cure. ,ladder is usually one of the most effective summer: home at Albion Mich., and ; IA"'.tri.r.r' N,,..r ....w,1 r s ,..-! .ahrf.S. S irt prig.. i.'r i.:
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used to be from 1,500,000 to 2,000,000 Price 25 cents. For sale by all drug ; weapons against fire.-Wau'|Mr. Baum returned to his hime at I I + I r.. i ft .- i. {

If pounds. gists. m chula Telegraph. Crystal River. ,

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\ 1"' Sacred to the Memory of Our Beloved i I BEAUTIFUL BELLEVIEW. LAKE WEIR. I -

'" Mother. 11 -

) -- Special cor. Ocala Banner: '
Belleview had its full share of win
i ; ;' We heard not his wings when the I Mrs. W. H. Moore and little daughter STORE
I ter visitors the past season and without BOSTON
F Angel of Death, I have returned from Crystal River. THE
exception all were delighted with
; .
Darted upon our sweet mother; 'till i where they have been spending several
I !|the little town and declare it to be :
his raven black plume 1 1t weeks with friends.
r lone of the: prettiest in Florida. i iI :
Dropped on her damp brow, but ber I I The ice cream social at the residenceof
It is a pretty town and besides being
/l' \' low fleeting breath I K. Clements
Mrs. H. Saturday nigh'I
noted for its beauty it is. also
-1. I Betrayed the presence of death in i was a great success. Proceeds. $27 51) Ten Days Only
r [noted for its thrift, progress and en I Sale for
t(, s I, c- d the room. terprise.Mr. I There will be Easter services held Special
: ''at' the Lake avenue school house Sunday -

: s On her heart fell no gloom of a dear C. A. Tremere is one of its afternoon at 2 o'clock. The ser-

.1 coming night, leading merchants and although going I|vices will be conducted by Rev. E. . beginningMONDAY
her bosom there from a large city is delighted -' -
f A fear of the grave from McKinley. There will be an extra musical
with the life at Belleview and takes
s had flown 11
program Miss Gladys Tolmire !
I And her peaceful wings were spread great interest in all the little social
;. of Nashville, Tenn., first violin, Prof. 1907.
r. and entertainments.: APRIL 1st 1
f j for the flight gatherings I Blair, second violin Mrs. C. C. Clem-

tt Through star glittering space to the Tonight there will be a medal con- ents, organist. ,

white crystal throne. of \\". .
C test under the supervision the Quite a party from Candler spent
C. T. L.Irs.. G. D. Washburn is
;' the day on the lake yesterday, and
F the moments drew nigh for our it is
.. As the leading spirit and throughher with thirty of forty others witnessedthe

; : loved one to depart efforts that these contests are annually of the "Wooden Nutmeg Monday on wfc a lick '
d launching As stated above will for ten days beginning next put \
we ,
t From all of eath idols her pathway held. The medal is a silver I for ,
just completed George
t I had blessed, one and the winner of these silver Thompson of Connecticut who anti- i of seasonable goods at prices that will not only be a surprise to our patron, but will make

Her last lingering gaze in those Idols medals at some place in the state
deal of for few of the
cipates a great pleasure Below we mention a many
their in amazement.
:-- of her heart our competitors
f chosen a contest is held by all silvermedal the next month on our beautiful lake open eyes

r Spake of the flood of grief in her holders and the winner secures with his new motor boat. specials j ** ** .'* ,* .4 -* b1 4 .*

L: breast. a gold medal, and finally all the gold
Miss Nannie McGahagin will givea ,
medal holders hold a national meet
picnic next Friday on the beach I
: Still suddenly grew her heart; her ing and contest for a diamond prize.

t,, damp brow paled; These prizes and medals are awarded near which the residence is the closing of Dr. H.day W.of Henry her I White Lawn Shirt Waist Silk Pongee Shirt Waist

:' t '{ Dim were her eyes to scenes of hert annually. After the medal contest tonight

t eternal home. at Belleview a beautiful musical i school. Suits Suits

t r Then death's subtle pall quickly rose program will be rendered. !
unveiled; Among the winter visitors may be I beautiful line of these excellent These values and
f. God's City of Gold agleam in thef' named Mr. and Mrs. Theodora Du- I A are special no bdy

n Dome. rant, of Danbury, Conn.; Mr Alfred Special cor. Ocala Banner: goods will be found here trimmed will regret paying the price we arc

Nellis. of Cloverville, N. Y.; Mrs W. Mrs. Albiston and son are with I in embroidery insertion and medallions asking for them-in blue, while
When we glanced in faith her sud Mrs. B. B. Ricker.Mr. .
1 ; Grimm Taylor, of Philadelphia; Mr. and and
t, den flight to behold and Mrs. L. H. Terrill, of Short Beach, W. A. Wilson is doing consid- I I at $3.98 $4.98 $5.98 ciumpaignc $9.98

t ; From our dim mortal eyes fell the Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Han !l1i11, erabl business here at present, giving M

: \ L earth memory pall of Marlboro, N. Y.; Mr. andIr;;. his grove a good watering, also .. .

I 'r And mansion we saw of her gold draw, nigh to the Henry Terrill, of Short Beach, Ccnu. house.making extensive repairs on his ; White Lawn Shirt Waists SK1UTH

All of these visitors will return next
Vk Then vanish through the gate of the winter and may bring others with Mrs. Charles Gates returned from : We will put on sale during the week

pearl of the wall.I Ocala on Tuesday.
them. Mrs. Willard was a visitor in t In these we have an elegant line; they 500 manufacturers sample skirts

I i Envoi. Many of these winter visitors have Weirsdale Tuesday.Mr. I which were made to sell for twice i.I .

; When she bowed at the altar before homes and own orange groves, run- Carnahan shipped his two valuable are trimmed with Valenciences lace, what we are asking for them. AM "
ning in size from five to twenty or I
[ _. the white throne, dogs to his home in Pennsylvania
.. ., more acres. The trees passed throughthe colors in suitings Pana na. Votfe.
A dear voice we know fell sweet on this week. : three rows of embroidery in front,

p. her ear past winter uninjured and the owners :Mr. Charles A. Miller went on a : Mohair, Brilliantine and silk at J

;. On the cross through death's shadow are very sanguine of success. business visit to Ocala Tuesday. 75c values to go at 38c; $1.50( val. 98c prices from "9c to $8.9ffiIEN'S _
of Masous
The Belleview Lodge ;, I
realms :
it passed through The property of the Lake Weir com
No. 95, will hold its regular session to-I
known. pany at Weirsdale is putting on a fine

J To greet you our love to rejoice overt night. They have four or five applicants appearance under the skilfull hands i Jl.

t your eternal home. to be initiated. The lodge is in,of Contractor Charles Gates. :\ CLOTHING

-Written for the Children of A. D. a flourishing condition. Judge L. L. I Mr. Frank Adams paid the dentist a
of Coin. : 815 Men's Grey Serge Suits, worth $ Blue
"' Marlow. Hopkins, formerly Danbury, ,I visit recently with the result that 15 e Suit, round and

J, now a permanent resident of Belle-I he came home minus several teeth: more money, to go at $10.98 square cuts at 51993
view is the Master. He
SPARR NEWS I but be does not regret parting with
!is taking a great interest in the lodge them. .

; ;. Special cor. Ocala Banner: since his citizenship and it is largely Mr. C. A. Millen and Miss Edith 150 Boy's Wash Suits [(3 to
through his influence that the loge is left the years] at 48cg
Mrs. Ethel Harrington, daughter Handley on Thursday for
a of the late Congressman Barksdale, of in such a flourishing condition. Judge north. ::-

Hopkins also takes a big interest in I Bab Bt A B aaaMaMhBiaiBiCM
L Mississippi, and her handsome daugh- all other public institutions of the, New goods are arriving daily and manof them will! k.
ter, Miss Alice Harrington, returnedto : ,The Circuit Court Will Not Meet nnmtdiaVy t* put in ,!, *
their home after a deligtful visit place! and has been instrumental in : Until June. during this sale I so you will certainly be profited coming to
cy "
'\." u .
number settle here. He
getting a to I
: to their aunt, Mrs. J. B. Owens, and
is very popular and deserves to be.
: their cousins, the Misses Owens. The following communications will -- ... -
There was an entertainment at cards
Mr. John W. Martin surprised his ,explain themselves:
.. r during the week at the beautiful and g
grandmother. Mrs. Owens, and the i Judge W. S. Bullock: Be believe in THE
hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. H'n- BOSTON \
:Misses Owens by bringing his beautiful view of present condition and prog- STORE
ry Terrell. Among others prsenrwere
J.. bride for a visit. She is certainly I .ress in finishing the courthouse that
Mrs. Bush Halstead, Mr and
A an exquisite bunch of human lit would be advisable to adjourn the
Mrs. M. C. Hilton and Judge and JI-s.
ity; came, saw, and conquered by her |(Hopkins. Progressive whist and six ;regular May term of the circuit court M. HANDELSMAN Prod W. $Side Court frost CCUA FKMOJ.

t: manners. II(handed euchre were played. In the I until, say, June -t, 1907. This will ,
give time to complete building:: and
from fine diamond received '
t Judging a latter game the Iadies beat the ge-i- .. -
I by a Sparrite, before long mar-"tl?men take possession, and if all parties are I' IV JI
i notified now, there will!! be nil incon ;, ,
r riage bells will be heard again in our --- -- ---- --- -
Dr. I. N. Leyda and wife, of Pitts-
neignoorhood. venience.: SALT SPRINGS IN THE LONG AGO. necessary Timber ran .b.-
pN cured, The
burg, Pa., who are largely interest waters br .
R. L. Anderson, I II riMK (MJ lIu.
and the small
I Mr. Aaron Strickland has purchased .in missionary education, spent the win R. A. Burford i number of bridge tract I had aal>a!d t,, Fro i'law r.s
ten acres of the famous Rutland ter in Belleview. Dr. I.e I The Building of A Railroad Urged- I necessary to bto built. To taJiafc lilt New Yuti.Is U44
McConathy, and tut** ilt
plantation from Miss Jessie Owens. i stud of fine horses and is contea'plat-i I William Rocker I The Country Described-Boom. I Ii these points a map OB a waU' Mate watesea of the casks vu

It is geting town like over there. [ ers Then as Now. might be made, two or three that of Aasty.is"
home in Belleview and fill
ing buying a H. L. Anderson, I i o1Ae fly of wstrttshe
Mr. Z. Crumption of Berlin is our spending his winters there. I.V.. Duval I township in depth, fliers the public ,.... the. hued tfc* prlstp
is St. Augustine Sept. G, 1St!;. :surveys in this office, along the. proposed
minister. The school house always esstIalad
Mr. Frank Lightsay lost his beautiful Carlos L. Sistrunk, II
crowded on the second Sundays, I Gen. Jos. :M. Hernandez. I II route that wuuM .a w taw aa.
iron gray horse, the prettiest L N. Green, .
ture of the
morning and evening. He is certainly I mal in Belleview, this week.: ani-I E. W. Davis. I Very Dear Sir-I receivedyoursof :be done before country a* well 1M cmU Chkwtd* fit -tdlssa. . IN ,.
minister. Think he is August 27th, by last mall and Ii j the actual "rvy W Caraoat
a popular bought him only two weeks age at March 27, 1907. the route U wad oCr.* ,651;
about to capture some of our oldest one of the sale stables in Ocala. hope an answer may reach you during aad at the Mate Carbon* atChtorftaa ........ to
< sinners. They can't resist his plea your delay in Washington, have i iI time show the qiwatity ol I, rata fill 1;
Mr. D. R. Dana recently celebratedhis Mr. R. L. Anderson and others laa-1 .ulta: s :\
send draft of a diataaec el K
I for Jesus. I determined to you a CMortaV .t
I I but is ia Members of the Ocala Bar: Gentle- miles CaU1UL $t.t
ninety-firt birthday! very tract surveyed. : north or south of the ruad. It
I Sparr's ice cream festival will come feeble health. men-Your communication of this ,your I would also Mint Saltliste at tlys. 4IM.4elph.tu' ,
1 In regard to whatever improvementsyou you you efc.
i off the evening of Friday, April et Lhna .
on 74tfslpralp
I date that in view of the
The old of has been suggesting tain while at Waahhwttoa.
'I l game croquet may Intend at that place, I a jMrt of 01 .
I! 6.i revived and will be played on the I progress in finishing and furnishing .me to observe, first. that I consider ;the map of survey of a pttn..Mcd ('sih of .11I111III& 4Is
I .
i\ Come rich, Come poor, come old the courthouse, that it would be advisable Ir. Is
lawns during the coming summc'. :I| the feasibility of establishing a mill route by Lieut. Blake, oa the weatcroterminu .he.
in whatev I \Iaaipa. ..c. ;i
and young. We persevere I to adjourn the regular May of
for as settled bE.-l bbl survey, aad
There are more talking maiL: ines ,there, any purpose your owe "
j er we attempt. term for one month, has been received. route be
in Belleview than perhaps in any yong a doubt. Certainly a canal of may a short dtetMK .

i Our progress towards a Baptist town of its size in the United States. I approve of the suggestion. :Mr. ,G5 or 75 rods will give you a fall of 22 I identical, and it would ,..... you iu The' sbasa 2t4i ..

church In which the Methodists are E. W. Davis, I am advised, has ten- feet and the whole body of Lake ;have tbe levels already takaa. srp If. etas ... ustflr
There are more than twenty, and they .
each tered his office for the meeting of """7 wa' J.l" .."11...M. ...
have services two Sundays Would it
t not also be
are all going evere"ening.. I Churchill to draw from furnishing an i well to obtain 1'1. vessel
I month may be slow and results of our the grand jury, and my own office enexhaustable supply and! sufficient tbe MAiistics of the tsjasmc priply It had SHWCJofjdJUu8j
There are many social functionsand be for the ofindictments. Wuhas M lie pl-uda find was III aleskUM
account may used presentation travel .
seemingly on
efforts meagre power for any purpose. ; nowdivided between ( .......
in no little place is there more This allows the grand wbv r.r...w.... aitiChlltoa !
I of rain the last time we were to meet I This sinks into nothingness when ton and Savannah, but which would

s but that i is:: no reason for growingi life and amusement. jury to meet at the regular time, and compared with the scheme of a rail- inevitably be diverted to this cuorae. Piet "1"1111. th* <.tsh.n
:the solicitor's whole attention to their **** under these cifrufni>taac** nut
i feintharted. Remember hoy the little road across the peninsula at this and also take Into account the gustsaving
BOARDMAN AND MciNTOSH have aweh de4avteat.Hl fht .... .,.. ,
; : brook persistently winds its way ;work, when those indicted if arrested. point. There is no plan of Internal.. to commence bjr cutting of .t iwater

I to the river and the river to the i may procure process for witnesses and improvements in the v"ole United the dangerous navigation around the, aaalrwd hr him kai from ".
both reach their destination Special cor. Ocala Banner: I be in readiness for the trial term. In chemkal coa.tlfueat II !h..... vh'.n i
ocean; peninsula as well
States than can be projected to compare aa the grant impor
i likewise by united and persistent eft Misses Bessie McRae and Eva order that the attorneys advise with tance of such have bees present ortaii: .*..." aeulssed
with it, and were the practicability a route la time of war
j fort. God's church will be erected! Faunbach entertained about thirtof their respective clients and get ready I'I I to .Imprmth III..,....I t J' "
.. of it once shown, as it may be, II again beg you will excuse what.
their young friends from Evinston and the trial of all cases civil and criminal I I perties of the. water Imt .IUd h
} to
i No responded our appeal
one with enthusiasm you consider
: 'it would be seized upon may a liberty la volunteering
Mcintosh Saturday evening at the: will be continued until the 4th. had sot doubt had e-rf-ajt-*! duringtrancpnriatioa. :
the readers of the Ocala
among many I by northern capitalists. It II i my opinions, but I fe su
i I' 'home of Mr. and Mrs A. L. McRae. June 1907, when the trial of her ." i'.t' < tJ" i
: papers except the printing of same, dayof indeed a wonder that it has never before .,, well satisfied of the certain success
; and $1 voluntarily contributed by another I'I Mrs. Sallie Mahoney, of Fernandina,I criminal cases will be commencedand been undertaken, and it only re-- and the immense advantage of suchan ipraaeot., .la the .......

citizen. How does that speak visited i her cousins, Dr. and Mr. John : continue for two weeks, after With much &II tI,
i mains for some man of energy to takeit urutertakio, that I eaaaot but fort 1 I 1 '
Richardson of Boardman and Evin- that tbe civil will be taken Yo ni truly.
t : for Christianity'had I cases up up and in its success amass a for- i i interested in It, and feel. too, that it

: .' it been flra card party" we ston last: week. ;An' order to this effect will be made :tune. You probably are already it is destined for a mss of ea rt7 *d I JOa. M._HKRNANI.KXDo a'

". think how different would have been Mr. F. G. Sampson is having a telephone -'on the first Tuesday in May. aware that the shortest route possible i I perseverance to bring boat iu ceaapletion. To toe

i the result. put In his dwelling, which will Yours very truly, across the country in the whole length: I C.eeetuyr C..re.isys.I .
I Geet.... .
lI W. S. BULLOCK. .: you rM.mt.. r 'ha'
r There each woman vies with herE connect with the Evinston phone.Mr. .
of the is from Salt Springsto
peninsula I The estimate of Lieut. Blake it
ws*, has sty bees short
E a white
1 to splendor of and Bob leCarleof Boardman ac'l
i "neighbor as gems isnow the mouth of the Wacassassa. o understand,
II over forty thousand 'u.ee
The Jacksonville Development Co. ;, a was wrttaa to your IMMIorbJeeoau
magnificance of Friends, at Pompano and
appearance. packing .
wrapping posite Cedar Keys, or to the mouthof dollars
a mile while I think, ...t.
,- ** ask. '
I' ree. onmc
why not contend for supremacy in tomatoes.Mr. .
in of let- the Suwannee. the distance being; and competent judges agree with aw! you to either .hue the. veil. ....
; sending the gospel light among the John McCarley, agent at Board We are receipt a private ra,.,, t
about 65 miles to the one place and that it '
; might be done the
; t homes of night in our own fair country man, has been on the sick list for ter from the Jacksonville De"elopIment S5 to the other. But this route offers OA propod or city aster canted out to the .m
? several days. company in which the secretarysays route, for from tea to fifteen tbov-. tr>'. Y.t It M.au aa If you gent,
; obstructions than other -,
a The truckers of this vicinity ; : "You can rest assured that the fewer any and dollars per mile. !I.*. have ao fceUac. tor W ....)..* W'1 '

.f: Every sheaf you gather will become shipping a good deal of lettuce and are in;(Jacksonville Development company country, passing crossing through fewer a swamps more ,open and I(I Requesting: your isdulgeaee for my I are try Ian ao .hard to .beaut.ifGr > ..r

twill develop Ocala along the highest prolixity. I remain .wa", 'd cemetery in order
.. a jewel bright a short time will have beans readyto but one considerable stream-the Ock- to tuna'
4 i I'&ssible lines. This company does Most respectfully yours aawa the bt .in the atat. But ,,
in !
In the crown lOll hope to wear ship. I I'
will lead
lawaha. TTbis route to.j i I C. C. TRACY. i
tleeawt .
... ? yonder world of light: Mrs. Barton Hestler, of Evinston,,I not believe in fictitious measures that through the heart of the best agri they eaaaot n.fll1. vttho

i ;' Seek tbe gems immortal that are has gone to St. Petersburg to spend a inflate values, unless the worth is ac- cultural portions of the country- your h tp: J4ed them a.Wtplax. t.n t
i 'lalIthere. I Analysis of the Waters.St. and saeeees .la Mr to billow .
precious in His sight, week with some of her friends. between Fort King and the AM >
<( The weather is so hot that straw-I "On Ocala Heights we will develop Arredondo.You i Augustine Aug. 2", IS 16.Messrs. ask of you Ie to do year aha** andwe

I t l r Christians. Christians! aid our work berries are drying up on the bushes 1 by spending a great deal of money in ., will excuse my intrusiveness Gaine and< Royal Editors will certainly. do u.n. X iu ,

today. Semi contributions to following -I and unless the rain visits us soonthere I the way of sidewalks shade trees, especially in suggesting for your consideration, Ocala Mirror. 'I work aod we .lll nubs Or..**.*.t

[ l' address. A list of names will be will be no more berries and j palmettoes We expect to, :in carrying out your plans, though j I Dear Sirs:-Knowing bow Indefatigably cemetery: one of the most beautiful!
! ; : ', ; published so all money will be accounted -much other fruit such as peachesand \\v ake it an ideal spot and shall in I that you will find aaywhw.
.; ', they may have already occurred to you are working to promote I
for: plums will drop from the trees. +addition to simply selling the l lots asIa ( We will expect yon to kelp u". "
; [ the welfare
which of
you, one or two steps may enable our section of the state, "
t. Miss Jessie Owens, Box 35, Sparr. Mr. Henry. Price made a business loan proposition. offer to lend money you to proceed with greater fa. by disseminating Information upon Yours fety, "

'- !f ; F.: Florida. trip home to Ocala .Friday and returned en r. asonable them for rate building of interest.purposes at a ;cllity. A pamphlet might be drawnup :its capabilities, and your earnest desire I

!. Saturday.Mr. .. stating the facility with which'1 to put the public mind right in I
expect to do as much for '
; i.: Found at Last. Frank Brown's sister-in-law returned this project can be executed on ac- regard to the Improvement now in BULLS FOR SALE.
Ocala have
as we done for Jackson
, ---- to her home In South _
i ; I Carolina ';count of the peculiar nature of the 'contemplation I take the liberty to
J. A. Harmon, of Llzemore, West II after a very pleasant visit to her j,'!lIe, Tampa and other places" wherewe 'country through which It passes-'j I transmit you the enclosed letter Grad and pre rd .fcm__..
Va.. says: "At last I have found the brother have made investments. home raited
and sister and
Mr. and Mrs. for
: !the naturally level face of the country I'from Mr. Tracy to me. touching his serviceS
i that never disappoints me;
perfect pill
Brown, of Evinston.Mr. H GAITSKILU
: and for the benefit of others afflicted I Castell has moved from the FOR RENT. ([leaving few inequalities to overcome;,surveys and views of the Importanceof 3.1.U 1lelat-o.h. ITa.
with torpid liver and chronic constipation 1-the ease with which excavations! : my Salt Springs tract, to which I

A will say, take Dr. King's New McCardey house at Boardman to one I i could be made in so yielding a soil-j'would ask your attention and if you FOR RENT. -

,'- Life Pills." Guaranteed. 25 cents at of Mr. Sampson's nearer the point.J. New corner store in Ocala. i there being no rock cutting to be approve of it. please to give it a place Sew corner store in Ocala.

t ; Tydings & Co., druggists. m P. R. t 3-1 T. H WALLIS I imade -the facilitywith which the'sin, your valuable paper. :-e-im T. H. W\LW&

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!r. Sara Elizabeth--Harris i Local l Editor. The Card Club Entertained. MRS. BLALOCK GIVES RECEPTION -
Catarrh the Bane of the World
i I | The Young Ladies' Card Club ryapieasantiy ,I ,
iI' AND PERSONAL. entertained yesterday af'tercocn ;
SOCIAL : : George Richardson of Atlanta
4 by Mrs. William T. Sary at 1 1t

I.ir Mr. Hat Barnett of Fellowship, was ;,her cosy home on South Pond street. Ga., who is a charming visitor to I -riHio the Standard Remedy. "

j a visitor Monday. ''The presence of a large number of vis- Ocala the 'guest of her daughter, Mrs. I ,

iI isitors added greatly to the pleasure Lucien Frederick Blalock, on Ockla- ,
I a! Mr. T. D. Bryan came up from Mulbjrry ::of the afternoon. The five tables were waha avenue was the guest of hongr -

o I : Saturday to spend a few days, arranged in the reception hall, back .. Sat urday afternoon at one of the t t tl tt tt

l r with his wife and -children.-- :parlor and dining room. The scores prettiest and daintiest receptions of f CA ;ADA MEXIC I CBBA IA RI A ) STRAU ORIEF ( t

,were marked on dainty, hand-painted the spring season, which :Mrs. Bla t EUROPE E EiI
Miss Welsh, one of the teachers of ;.cards, the artistic work of the hos lock: gave for her. 5Ate Ii t

; the Emerson school, died Saturday tess' sister. Mrs. Gary served re Mrs. Blalock came to Ocala last t

night. She bad been sick for some freshing and delightful! grape punch June as a bride and during her resi- P' -tr
f" time. during the games and at the conclu 'deuce here of nearly a year has made I ,

: '' -- ,sion of the games a salad course was .many warm friends and admirers and ,
Mr. A. J. McLaughlin of Fairfield, 'served by :Mrs. Gary assisted by Mrs they were all delighted at the opportunity 4iIV4 j

and his sister, Miss Annie McLaughlin ''Helvenstc/H and Miss Janet Weathers. of meeting her mother who is I ;

of North Carolina, spent, Sunday ,The prizes, one for points, a Japa .no less charming than her daughter. i "J

f in town. :nese jardnier, was won by Mrs. Franki Mrs. Blalock has a very attractive I -. I
i Harris, and one for games a beautiful ,little home, the furnishings and arrangements 1 r "" ., .. I
: .
Mrs. W. D. Graham and Miss Su plate, was won by Mrs. Chas. Rhei being in harmony with i ,. ) ... I.
from a '
sie Johnson came. home Friday nauer. ;the taste of the young bride. For her I #'
visit of a week with Mrs. Graham'sfeister The Mrs. Gary's I ( -
; foHo"ingere ,reception she had as a color scheme .
at Geiger. I,guests for the afternoon: Mrs. William .. :pink and white and these two colors. t. i I

of the Anderson, :Mrs. C. C. Todd, Mrs were prettily introduced in all the ap- \. I
T. Rawls, manager
I James
Mr. was .Chas. Rheinauer, Mrs. W. S. Bullock pointments of the afternoon. The ro- : I
River Lumber company '
Crystal visitors to Ocala "'Irs. Albert Gerig, Mrs Jake J. Gerig,. ,fes and all the other flowers used .II 4 j jI
among the prominent 'Mrs. E. K. Nelson. Mrs. Frank Harris were white and were arranged in an I t ti ti

Saturday.Mr. !Mrs." William H. Po.versIrs.: M. J. trtistic. // } JI tI i

C. II. Dame returned home Saturday i,Roess, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs..Henna. I The veranda had been screened in I
from a'trip to Bronson. While ;Mimms, Mrs. Arthur Clark, Mrs. Lee :by the use of beautiful magnolia \ I I
Miller, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, and ice cold N4LLsJPEBRUPN4J
there he organized a splendid Wood : branches and in one corner i I ) :
camp. ;':Miss Hattie Dye, Miss Valeta PotterMiss ,I punch refreshed the guests as soon : \ I

t men Sara Elizabeth McCreary, Miss i as they arrived. Mrs. H. M. Hampton I If'y
T ;
Mr. C. Clawson, manager of the pop :Janet Weathers, Miss Annie Davis, and Mrs. Howard Clark served I'' I
Wsirsdale, ''Miss Florence Hardy of Tennessee.- this beverage and tae ladies receiv I
Lakeside hotel at ''
ular businessin "" :,Frid Y'S Daily. ing on the veranda were Mrs. William
transacting !
Saturdav '
sptnt I Newsom and ? I i 0.
i Rocker Mrs. W. V.
Ocala. I i. Will Water His Trees. o Mrs. L. W. Duval.Others. : I

Souter came Nome Sat- I I Mr.V.. N. Wilson, of Games"Ille.I ; receiving in ths different :: f I Ij j
Miss Pansy '
from East Lake Weir, one of the best orange groves on rooms w'r1 Mrs. E. L. Carney. Mrs.B. 'I I
unsay afternoon week very delightfully 'Lake Weir and grew tired of waiting W. Minims. Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs. THE
where the spent a "If 1 1I
of Mrs. Z. C. Chaaa- :for it to rain so came down from his J. C. B. Koon( Mrs Mamie Howse- 1I I
as the guest home yesterday with four teams of Johnson. Mrs. Abe .. ''A
|I Stovall, Mrs. T. H. I. ..I
bliss. mules and has to his place and }
j gone Brown. Mrs. Charles Rheinauer and Q
will water his trees by hauling waIter HOT WEATHER -\k ,; i
Jewett returned hose :Mrs. Mary Eagleton. = 1 i COLD WEATHER .:, ;
Mr. Stephen Tampa, from the lake. He expects to haul Mrs. B'alock and Mrs. Richardson CATARRH. i, ; CATARRH.
Saturday afternoon from !four thousand barrels and estimates ,,
On Friday evening [ received the guests in the parlor. The t F .
where he :;pent Friday. !that it will! cost him in the neighrorI former wore the daintiest kind of a J. "' j,

he attended the Seaabrich casino. concert I hood of three hundred dollars. As white lingerie dress and was a pictureof Affects theStomach -. Affects the 'i
he Tampa Bay ..._+"
at bloom
I' !the trees are heavily laden with yonthfu1 beauty and loveliness.

in yesterday J he estimates that by watering them Hpr mother wore a handsome black Head, i ii
Wailis came
Mr. T. H. will bear six or seven hundred
they with trimmings of white
spend i silk gown :
south to ( ,
afternoon from the boxes and he will be in several Kidneys < .x l a Throat i i
:mere and '
r I home with his family as lace. She was charming graciousin i ,
at .
Sunday (nundred dollars by the proposition.We her manners and she made a delightful : I
come upi .
did also Mr. C. H. Schneider think he is acting with consummate impression on the hundred ; Bowels,4": Lungs I
trwn Lake Weir. j business judgment. Every man -: _..:0'_ "' '- I II
i --- ladies who were Mrs. Blalock's guestson Tl ''' FL L .
'who has a grove ought to water them Saturday.In I Pelvic .. t J. g LtJLYs t3.jkil t i 'J Bronchial I
home : :
\. :Mrs. W. M. Dodge returned |!during the excessive spring droughts.No o.. .,- 'J
the Misses Lillian
I afternoon from Jacksonville, j! dining room i $ Tb I
Saturday with Thagard. Annie Da..is.Iary Bull, Jed I Organs .... es.
e'eral"eeks I ;
the spent !; i I
where Mr. and i More Sponsors. sila Martin.. Susie Johnson. Sara ami !.;
her son and daughter-in-law; Genera Stephen D. Lee, commander Louise Harris served the refreshments 1 I I

,\1 rs. John W. Dodge.: I in chief of the United Confederate which unusually
I i were Catarrh is recognized all over the civilizedt'orld asa
Ii 11
i j Veterans, has announced that lieft ill delicious The strawberry cream f

.. Lake Weir advertisement Sand and of Stone this Co.company i i:not appoint a sponsor and maids of was a very beautiful shadeof. formidable disease. In the United States alone two ; !
See the ::honor for the reunion to be held in pink, the white cake was ice'l ,

in this issue.of selling ft is sand organized and ;'I Richmond next June. This determination with pink and the home made hundred thousand people have catarrh annually. In I

for the purpose : is in accordance with 'the mints were also pink and the appointments

manufacturing__ artificial stone. United Daughters of the Confederacy, were also pink and the appointments other countries the ratio of victims is as great. i
|as expressed at their last general con of the center table showed the

Mrs. Sue Richardson Richardson.and her are daughter now i!I I veation. pink and white motif. For many years Pe=ru=na has held the foremost :
:Miss Ethel 1 We think this is a very unwise and All the ladies that assisted :Mrs

in Tampa where they will make their 'unfortunate move, as the 'beautiful Blalock: wore beautiful white :gowns place as a standard remedy for catarrh. :
:Mrs. :
in the future. I of the most plea ing '
home :!sponsors was one with pink sashes and the effect was

t-on's married daughter, Mrs.city. Hacs- ,and attractive features of these re- exceedingly lovcdy. Many beautifulnew Pe=ru=na is well=known in both the western and i I I
comb, also resides' in .unions and was completely in harmony summer :onus and hats were

with the "old school" chivalrv. worn by the ladies, who were :\Irs.Blalock's .. eastern hemispheres. J I
Joseph of Flemington o
f Mr. it isso i Had Gordon lived we do not believe guests and her first large -. .J'
was in Ocala Friday. He says he would have listened o --. -- !
.4 1 \for a moment party was decidedly a social success il i
in the county that a -
awfully "dry" I to its abolishment. Many were the compliments heard
of the country people are Mrs. A. D. Marlow.
good many i "- ,from all on the attractiveness of i
forced to come to town to "irrigate"just i Mr. Louis J. Brumby, of this city, Mrs. Blalock's "at home." LANDS. r
Mrs. A. D. Marlow, living short
a little bit.Weir will have charge of the Times- I a .

'Unions Tallahassee bureau during The executive committee of the'. distance out the Silver Springs road,I

'1 Lake sand is said to be the :the coming session of the legislature, Ocala public library met in the library died very suddenly last night. She I !
for making pavements.A afternoon. They will If have lands wish to sell lease <*r rent,
best on earth :which is quite a responsible position room Friday was suddenly' taken ill and by the you you

company has been formed with that I lald11'. Brumby was selected solely .begin active work at once trying to,I time Dr. E. Van Hood could reach her I or if you want to buy lands for fanning, grazing,
in view and it seems to us capability. arrange for obtaining for Ocala the she dead. .
j purpose .because of his well known was lumber ,
they will strike: a rich proposition.Mr. I The Athens Banner, printed in Mr. public library offered them bv Mr,. I: Irs.Iarlow: leaves eleven children. turpentining or purposes,

\ i I Brumby's old home town in Georgia' Carnegie. They will circulate a petition .. Her husband, A. D. Marlow, was an Write to

John T. Lewis, state prison inspector .has also recently given him a very to have the city charter chassecl l .inmate of the Marion Farms hospital ,

is in Ocala today. He has ;flattering compliment on the success so that it will permit an additional I found guilty some years ago of shooting -'

ht'elon a tour of inspection ever i jof his "Florida Fruit and Truck tax levy fo rthe maintenance of this i Mr. J. A. Brand, at Connor, and (

since receiving his commission and ;Grower." We desire to add a flower to institution. Mr. Bitiinger.. a member' whose trial created great interest. i! BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO

finds the prisons avid the prisoners in the rich bouquet these papers have'given o of the committee will also begin at On the announcement of his wife's ,

fairly good shape. I': him by saying that he is wor- once to collect the subscriptions, ;death, the authorities at the hospital OCAL 'FLORIDA.

thy the good things they have said 'which were promised' by the citizens; :gave the grief stricken man permission t

f Dr. and :Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith entertained 'about him. at the library meeting early in the I to go (under guard) to his wife's ------ -.

at a turkey dinner Thursday I I :year. f late home and remain until after the

1 ) Those enjoying their hospitality !I James Faircloth, who is charged : -- ;funeral which will take place tomorrow -

I were Mr. and Mrs. Bright, of Toronto I with murdering Docw Wade, is having Mr. Ward Buys Residence in Jackson. afternoon at the old cemetery

i Canada, Mr. J. S. Pierson, the golf !i a preliminary hearing before Judge I Ii ville. j )'lrs.Iarlow: was a most estimable.

devotee, and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bit- i Bell. The murder occurred near Citra !. r woman and her death is dt't'p1y d*>

t I) tmger.Mr. o:recently. The state is represented by I I11' II Real estate in Jacksonville continues ',plored.Star.i FofflaIeWaaknass"last F

-- '.:\ R. B. Bullock, and the defense by to change hands rapidly. The latest
t H. \\. Long. Marion's: democratic 'Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk. So far as the I purchase was the sale yesterdayof i : Sara and :Miss Louise Harris

"war horse," now temporarily out !trial has progressed it looks rather the handsome Zapf residence and carne home Saturday afternoon fr.,rn!

of harness, was in Ocala yesterday. |bad for the prisoner. two lots' on' the corner of Park and Tampa where they went to "..ai Fall," writes Mrs. S. G. Bailey! of Tun-
Nothxsithstaiuling ho has been within :Post streets Riverside. The priceis Madam Manilla Sembrich. one -
the clutches of the grip, he is looking '! Capt. F. J. O'Hara and Mr.: Lee Miller said to be in the neighborhood of world's greatest singers on rri.!'a-:;_ neltonV.. Va., "I 1 was g-jing d"\vn by inwh,s,

j well. The democrats ought to keep prominent turpentine operators 1S,000. night. The concert was lar.:/:; 0' t from female disease: with great: pain. After t king -
him in harness. He is too valuable a I Ocala House I I The purchaser ras Mr. J. W. Ward tended by the elite of Tairn and
of the ye-
man not to be in public life. ![were ter.lay.guests Capt O'Hara has don a good I jr, of Floral City one of the mostnreminent .Sf'mbrich"as given a big ovation in Cardui, Oh My I Howl I was benefited I

hnson of Jacksonville ,work Florida in establishing before a and extensive turpentine that city. Her program was a'r': am not well yet, but am so much better that I will
Miss Bessie trial that :operators in Florida. Mr. Ward is so one and her wonderf-il tuir'-!
in two ) splendid
: States jury
was the fortunate winner of United there is no peonage: in this state and :'sanguine of Jacksonville's development under the most perfect control ?D.I l keep on taking \Vine of Cardui till I am perfectly

ho diamond ring in the JacksonilleMetropolis" that he has concluded to be- .she held the audience spellbound ,
the i stories concerning same were a cured.
.. 0 contest. This contest I yellow journal fae.Mr !come a citizen, ant his purchase of ;Madam Sembrich's stage maine a>'- .
closes Saturday night of nest weekat I !the Zapf property eloquently shows I ,very graceful and attractive and shr
i Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies.
I ibis in future. Jackjsonville '
ten o'clock. faith this city's her audience most complPttHS
". Jean K. Austin and her mother \ .
Metropolis in the person of the: ?nied > and rivals Cardui still holds :
Mrs. Kellogg, came home Saturday i Her support _y supreme pocltljn
Forbes, one of the sub-i Van Hoo,'- ann'Mr.
T. Ellison
.i, Mr W. where : tenor Mr.
j stant'ial farmers of the Anthony local- I:they afternoon spent from a few St.days Augustine with Mr. andMrs. ,1 Miss Mathews Entertains. Frank LaForge a pianist of the today [as in th past 70 years] for the relief and

ity, was in Ocala '('ster ay. and paid ;! Frank Kellogg of St. Paul linn.. I II I -- i rarest: ability, was excellent and '>>-y
us a very friendly and financial call. who: have been spending some time Miss Annie Mathews was the attractive '|i received a fair share of the applause' cure of female diseases. I It stops pain, tones up

;t He says that the trucksters are badly ;t Ion the east coast. Mr. Kellogg:; is:j,. young hostess of the Up-to-. i!and delight of the audience. the organs, regulates:
need of rain and serious damage Date Card Club on Friday afternoon.After FREE APVICEc
in Austin's brother and is one of I
\, will be done unless relief comes I'I the iMrs.most prominent lawyers in that :i I a number of pleasant games of j i Ayer-Stewart the functions, and aids a.tt, Icittfy ?atl,' an
( whist played progressively the club Mrs. Bartie Veal Ragsdale has isled ur synptoas, i 4 a 'u' w4 lei
soon. i -- Fret AJvkt! In .>! "
state. (la.'a ** ':0C4.
I I ':prize, a uretty white gauze fan wa <: invitations to the marriage of in the replacement I of AlLs: l.tI6''Aisorytkpumnt.
Robert W. Bentlv. of Tampa has I was presented to Mrs. Bernard Selig- :i her daughter, Mrs. Louise Ragsdale Tt..o.'tI"O'C'. oMklN c..c.un: .
purchased a half interest in the Lakeland If rubber rings for use on fruit jars ':'man, who had won the most games.Refreshments Stf"-: rt to Dr. Guy D. Ayer on Wednesday a misplaced organ. MO* Ttnn.

Sun. Mr. Bently is a newspaper i have become hard they may be made i were served and the the tenth of April at twelve
years experience, pliable again by soaking for one half in De- At Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bottles.
man of many I 1 ;j young ladies spent an afternoon of o'clock, at the Baptist church .
I having worked on the Ocala Banner, I!|an hour in a solution of one part am- i'much pleasure together. catur. Ga.

Tampa Tribune and the New York monia to two parts water. i Besides the card club members Miss This will be a very prominent eventin

Sun. He is regarded as one of the I Mathews also had as her guests Miss! the social circles of Decatur and after -i WINE
finest job printers in the state. We I It is now hinted that Park Trammel Edna Nelson and Miss Helen Brown, 1 o a wedding trip of several weeks. CARDUI

2kr congratulate: Bro. Trammell on this of Lakeland, will be a candidatefor 1 1I Mrs. Charles Hunter. Mrs. S. A. 'Dr. and Mrs. Ayer will be at home at

l accession of strength to his working Senator Mallorv's seat in the sen- o.Rawls. Mrs. W. T. Alsop and MissEdith number two hundred and twenty OF

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f f OUR TALLAHASSEE Written Two Hundrtdth Anniversary of Wesley' I:I

for the ? Birth. i

r, LETTER. OcalaBanner The general conference of the Methodist I

Episcopal church will hold its ;

next session in Baltimore, Maryland, !I

By I Ein 19". beginning Wednesday. May !I
Indian War Claimants Want Pay-An- Miss IGth. I

other Mandamus Decision-.Decision Jefferson I
Methodists will this year celebratethe

Against the W. U. Telegraph Co. Bell. ]| two undredth birthday of Charles

I I j Wesley. He born in
was liU7. Manyof
r. -"----- "i1I-.n;;; 't;.

.. ---_-_--_ : his hymns are sung in the denomi-
f -- u !nations. Nearly ;,Ooo of his hymns
i iI :
: Tallahassee, Fla., March 22.-The within five days from the 19th of I are in print and a number of them i ..,.. .' ,' 'fk'1
.1 .; board of commissioners to examine March, amend the game so that it 'thave been translated into more than a t;

: i i Indiam war claims is in session here ;''shall not undertake to dictate the di- I hundred different languages and dia- :
-. this week. Under an act of the legis- mension number or details! of the 'leets. He wrote more and better;]

;: ;. lature of l&Oj; a commission consist. i crossties or other material to be used !'hymns describing the experience of'

Ing of the governor, attorneygeneraland :by the respondent in the repair of its I j entire sanctification than anmm' 'I

state treasurer was created to i roadbed and track, but so that it :that ever lived. :

examine into all claims in which it .shall generally require the respondent I '
'sets forth that the state of Florida has to put and maintain its roadbeds and I The Methodist Episcopal church will! \

received moneys from the general gov- :track along its main lines in a reasonably 'jobserve 11B8 as a year of jubilee for !;

rnment in the settlement of Indian safe and suitable condition reasonably i I the missionary work in Africa that ,

war claims which money the state' adequate to meet the require-being: the seventy-fifth: anniversary of!

never paid out and which is now just. 'ments of the public service it has undertaken -jthe entrance of the first missionary :

4 ly due to the claimants. : to perform by replacing all jofmerican Methodism, Melville IV'I

Section 2, of this act provides thatit decayed crossties with sound ones of|Cox, into the Dark Continent. !i \

shall be the duty of the commis- :such material and dimensions as trill !t ___ I I II This man bought a supply of tobacco with-

sioners to make such examinationInto .,le reasonably adequate to the demands -j Rev. W F. Tillet D. D., Dean of

the claim or claims as they deem' of the public service to be per-':the Vanderbilt Theological Seminary, : out acquainting himself with the distinctive taste

L,. best They are authorized by summon formed on such roadbed: all defective, .!has been suffering greatly from an attack

'r witnesses and to employ such,.:broken or missing angle bars or rail'! of iriis. He had a similar attack of SCHNAPPS Tobacco which has the cheering

r Clerical aid as they deem proper. .connections with sound ones and by i](:Several years ago. and one three years ,

They shall report the result of their adequately spiking its rails to Us ;;:ago. He has been forced to give up '. and at

findings to the governor who shall crossties, and by putting the: surface :his school work for this term. Dr. J. qualities that gratify his desire to chew,

f transmit it to tne legislature. ,:of its roadbed all along said men ned !A. Kern wili take care of his clashes

r Appearing before the commission at I], main lines in & reasonably safe ':tmtil his eyes will allow him to tae less expense than cheap tobacco.

F Its session have been Captain Sam band I adequate state of evenness and :up his work again.

Hope Hon. Perry Wail and Hon. John smoothness. If the alternative writ

t Wall, of Tampa, and Col. R. W. Williams I shall be so amended the respondent j I There are twelve young men in the SCHNAPPS has been advertised: in this Some day they'll get a taste of the real

representing Lewis Bros., who shall have until April Sth in which to;senior class at Emory who will !!1\'P
paper so that every chewer has had anopportunity Schnapp s they'll reaiwe what enjoymentthey've
have a number of claims. !plead. I'themselves to the ministry. In the
to get acquainted with the missed bynotgtttkig SCHNAPPSfacts
college there are also nine students
.; :I volunteers for the foreign mission facts and know that drugs ere not used !
Hon. Daniel Simmons began his duties then they'll fcei ISes lacking
to : An important opinion by the supreme -1:field. to produce the cheering quality found in ago
as private secretary
0' Broward Monday. Mr. Gover-I:. court determining the validity j i I --- i ii the famous Piedmont country flue-cured themselves. .

,., Is nor a young man a lawyer by profession I of 'the contract printed on the back of j i I 'The University church, Austin, Tex., : tobaccos, and that SCHNAPPS is what h:: &1.
blanks I sold in 5 fi'who
telegraph was filed last week SCHNAPPS is everywhere
and is well fitted for the delicate will erect $40,000 house of worship. ought to chew. Still there are chewers
x I in the case of the Western Union Tel-i Last three hundred of the -.t cuts ar.d 10 and 15 cent piu s. Be
duties of the position to which he has egraph company plaintiff in error, vs. '( year : students accept other and cheaper tobaccos ce

:been appointed. I John Milton jr., defendant in error.;!, were Methodists. that do not give the same pleasure. urc ; ou get the: genuine.
,; _
\ Jobn Milton, jr. the defendant, had i I
,r'\More Coast Line Matters.t "brought suit against the Western Union !1 Dr. John Watson (Ian Mclaren) will

The rendering of another opinion in !deliver the Cole Lectures on the bil>le
Telegraph company damages .
t the Atlantic Coast Line mandamus at Vanderbilt University in April. --- ------ -- .
of $:;; 0') for failure to correctly trans- ,
i K the court Tuesday ---
procedings by supreme "mit a message sent by him to a brokerage i BLOCKHEADS IN SCHOOL. The Value of the Country's farm
created scarcely a ripple on the firm in Pensacola involving the There has been established at Emlory .1 I Products. r

surface at Tallahasse. We have college a society known as the .'
purchase of 173; bales of I Education Mail
cotton. Many countries have out nn>>\n by
: The Tribune satirizes Prof.
grown so accustomed to the mandamus I Alpha Epsilon. This is an organiza- Tampa
Through an error the number given I the agricultural stage a-< : ..
t that the opinion this week was jtion adopted by the faculty, is non-se' Tom McBcath, of the Florida School 1(0)"' k_01'...plOfJX'.t' co'an..jauoa.
'w'as i 12;) bales instead of 175. Milton I lout grew the pastoral and <'a CYsr CIDIT""" LW' it .' tAiUnwtie mitsuuli..ptu
: 'the same old story in the same old i!claimed damages of $:)00 and was 'cret, a society to which every student ,Exponent, for saying there are many I ranch condition but America i- > i: jUr-' >.. satry.Or.o.m.ral.tonr.scMetMft ,
1' who ninety-two and half for'I I tFr' !*; Q.f14.
war Again the court, speaking : averages : a
awarded .a judgment for $ia..3'The: children who should not be sent to to some extent a cattle rai&lu.; l'It :ntry TII_t117 T_.'" /7 ..... TIoraaW44t.Jpaa.h.
a[. through one of its most learned members '! claimed that :three years it admitted. It is honorary I ....._ 10," "..._ ,'
company was not liable school after have the and ai'ast as her mill uu I ut
Mr. Jusice Whitfield, says that I and is an inducement to students they acquired fnIot.Ltlte sl 1.u1ME .Vstatlaris.Branch's .
for the damages.; The contract tory industries the produces. or iuFfarm t '
amended. make marks. rudiments of a practical education
the writ must be Joy to the Ito[ higher
the back of blanks
upon message stipulating still surpasses all that
: heart of the country member of the :but should be pnt to work learning
that the company would not The surplus of exports oS a-cn: It'll I -
legislature it is when he can offer an be liable for damages for mistakesand :I The revival held at Emory and some useful and profitable trade. !I trial products for last year aiuotnr

amendment with a decided accent on ]I Henry college has proven the most I Prof. McBeath is right. We know
in Geniine
delays messages not repeated.The j to $976.0iM,000 by far the grat.--t
( the "ment." i successful in the history of the ('oII -'from experience both as pupil and I
opinion of the supreme court I this or any other country e\ei r>ai!
The atorney-general hardly cares prepared by )Ir, Justice Whitfield, affirming I lege. Thus far there have been about teacher extending through twenty ,zed. Rattlesnake Watermelon SeedOnly

asmuch for the opportunity to amend I the of the lower sixty-five conversions and many additions -;,years that there are many children I
judgment la seventeen vears the record u' I"\ l
; 'as the hm-Dilly legislator. The court I I, to the church.-Bristol Herald. i i horn nature has not endowed with Pure Strain in United States. .
court says: ports over imports of farm "
so specifically defines the characterof I I i brains enoug to acquire what might products Carefully: st'/t'Ctl'd.! k ipi pure forvears. -:.
i amounted to $''jOflf.I)4)UOOiJ white ltt
: > .. No other variety grown u.
that "The failure of be called an intellectual education.
the amendment necessary a telegraph company
I I It is:: said that there are fifteen total of all produces of manufactured plantation of 1.3tm acre Pure ere'impossible
'..there is hardly any doubt that the to transmit and deliver a correct i! I They are capable of grasping the ele-
j terian pulpits in the city of where different
Presbj goods are behind the game M rhf kin'it
will conclude the of recived for i mentary studies, such as spelling,
decision mat- a rrans-
next copy message I I New York occupied by former occu- amount of $l39:; ,"'MiO.OyO, are grown; Ioc.l5c.; 2o*, :25c.: 4 "l
,ter.The mission is a failure to properly per- |pants of Methodist pulpits, who have: [reading, writing and simple parts of So that after all the farmer U the 4oc. 1-: ib we.: lIb SI ; ;n $1.541, i"!ns.50. > '
essential part of the opinion torm and render a service underta ken' j arithmetic, but beyond that hey can | delivered
not exchanged their doctrinal views. ruling factor as a producer In this
upon the motion to strike and a motion and is a breach of duty imposed bylaw 1 accomplish nothing. They may learn Remit rpgitterni" letter or moaey nrtier.
Are the churches coming closer together country and with the vail farming
to quash is as follows: for which the company is liable I in the concrete but they cannot grasp Send for seed annual. t
or are they losing grip on doc-' territory still undeveloped it will l .* I
strike of the for person din the abstract. Manual on melon culture oa all
f "The motion to parts damags to the injured v'i
trinal truths?Central Methodist. so for many years to com.Orlao.JoStar. ders.
alternative writ is denied. The motion thereby unless the failure is legally I They cannot be taught the mechan- ,
to quash the alternative writ will i excused or unless the liability is |ism and operation of a locomotive by M. I. BRANCH
at-j Bishop Wilson is now on his way | ,
be granted unless the relator shall fected by a valid stiuplation." :lectures and drawings, but they may \
with Dr. Lambuth and others to visit Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Both Columbia
.- --- -- -- --- i,learn these things from actual exper-l Co. Birzelu Ga. x
'Japan, to perfect the arrangemerts'for Agreeable and Effective I xt
A TRIBUTE TO BEAUTIFUL LAKE travels for John NiCo.., of New 'ience with the machine. Nor can II
the consolidation of Methodism ____ ___
!i ____________
learn agriculture by theory'alone.
: WEIR.Argvle York, is preparing to build immediately there. 'jthey i Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has I

I and Mr. Chazal laid out yesterday I no equal for coughs, colds and I
the stakes fpr foundations his lot. I Hence, if we find in the public the Jerry Burnett
pottage Woodmar. Eastlake, on Bishop Galloway, while convalescing I and fact that it is pleasant to It
schools children who having acquired -
Our : take and
: March 22, 1907. party caught forty-.seven font nothing in any way
in Florida, dedicated the churchesat '
and bream on Tuesday. the essential rudiments are mentally [injurious has made it a favorite with

Editor Banner:-There is no place Woodrow's hens lay 'on our back St. Petersburg and Tampa Heights, ': unable to progress further, it is ''mothers. Mr. W. S. Pelham. a merchant Merchant )} !

comparable to Lake Weir. I lived on porch; the neighbors sent in some,and delivered an address at the layingof i but justice to them to take them out '!' of Klrksville, la., says: "For

: Its shores at Stanton for five years, milk and honey; our good cook. Lucy the corner stone of Hyde Park 'and give them practical training in i more than twenty years ClumlxjriIain's -
but the beauty and romance of the :church, on "Christian Civilization and Cough Remedy has been I
in which they my
art industry
makes rice bread, so why don't I I ]some or '
place were not then appreciated. Last Citizenship" which the Tampa corre- manifest an aptitude. Thus our I leading remedy for all throat trouble.1 I Tailoring.Ocala. I t
get I may
week I was staying over night with fat'z. spondent of the Times-Union says, multitude of factories and legions of i jit is especially successful in cases of .
C. CHAMBLISS. ] Children
;croup. it and and
my old time neighbor, E. L. Stafford "ha never been excelled in this station :machines may be supplied with capable ;customers who have used it will my I
T and when the soft quiet light of the in brilliant word painting and ef not '
, ; Worked Like a Charm. hands, without brilliant brains and !take any other. For sale by all dru;- I
sun came to waken me, the music of Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of that fective delivery. !|accomplishments, to keep them in op- (gists. m Florida.

the cooing dove and mocking bird spicy journal, the Enterprise, Louisa, !eration. 1 II I I I

and overwhelming perfume of orange Va., says: "I ran a nail in my foot i The widow of the late Bishop Tig- 1! Idleness among children is the fruitful : New Postal Car Order. Finest Imported and: 1

blossoms made we wonder how I had last week and at once applied Buck- !ert, with her son and daughter are progenitor, so to speak,. of loafers, i The postmaster general has promulgated -I, Domestic Cloths. I

never been so charmed before. We len's Salve. No inflammation followed 'spending a month at Citra, Fla., the I gamblers, et id omme genus. Keep a new order regulating the size I t

; have been all around, and there is no : the" salve simply healed the II guests of Mrs. A. E. \\ tUte. f them busy and givethem no time to II form and weight of private post card Cutting a op oial

part of the lake without its advantage wound. Heals every sore, burn and I Bishop E. E. Hoss, has been engaged -learn and perpetrate mischief. That's ,entering the mails. Such cards must Fits Guaranteed. 1 1t

f _' and its charm. But the truth must be skin& Co.disease., druggists.Guaranteed 25 cents.at Tydings m j j|' to write the chapter on "Method-'I;'the best policy for all concerned. j!!'be made of an unfolded piece of cardboard t

told the same old jealousies of twenty Ii j ism m the South" for the new history We don't mean that they should be not exceeding three and nine- 1

years ago have been handed down, Miss Susie Ellis to Be Married in May. !!['of Methodism:: which will be soon published -[worked to death. Of course not. But sixteenth by five and nlneUtenth h. THALCOTT. i

., and the newer residents not knowing Dr. Mumford Ellis, of Clarksvillej! by Holder & Stoughton, Lon-i,give them useful employment that inches nor less than two and three- Proprietor of the 1

that I am better acquainted than they, j, !don. He is at present in Nashville for which they are best suited and fourths by four inches. DUNNELLON )
:Tent,, has announced the engagement''of BAKERY
began to tell me that the glare of the at work on the matter. Last Sunday : them for it to inspire their pride They must in form and quality aDd t
:; his daughter. Susie, to Mr. Courtney pay I
sun takes away all values on the east DinwhldE't', of New York city their i I iI Ii evening he delivered an address on i and ambition by the knowledge that weight of paper be substantially j'ke Is now prepared to ship Bred Cakes

side; that the norm side is so cold]i i I marriage to take place on May the !i ii ("Methodism in Brazil" at McKendree'':they are earning- something. And the government postcards. They may I Pies Etc. on short *ot..., and guarantees .

that oranges won't grow, and that the |''eighth in Clarksville. church under the auspices of the Methodist ':give them time to play and see that be of any color not interfering with I'' satfefactton in all oases. I

-south side is too far from the railroad, :|'1 Miss Ellis spent a portion of her I Training school.-Christian Advocate their plays are who'esu and proper. a legible address and postmark Car'1bearing Give him a trial. )

etc. etc. They didn't tell me that !! i!i particles of metal !
:!''early girlhood in Ocala and for several Let them go to all the rhows and picnics mica, tinsel
the water would not put out fire only that alor. sand, glass or other similar substances ':

on "our side," but all these other 'years Elliston.resided near at Dunnellon.Citra and She later is remembered at- ;| Two Pleasant Picnics. j i Train them come socially as well as practically will not be accepted for mail-i .. . . . .

things are on the same level. In spiteof by many people both here i Friday night :Mrs. Clyatt gave her. : but let us quit waisting our efforts -ing. except when enclosed in an .... .
for Lake Weir. .j.
Ocala's praise I 1
and at Citra, who extend to her their i!Sunday school a very delightful pic- in an attempt to force a lib- velope.'i .
o Ocala comes in for its knock as of best wishes. j nic at Silver Springs and Saturday i i!'eral education on children who are .
old. We attended the concert 'at Lakeside Mrs. W. During this season, ye scribe
H. Clark took her class
of: of acquiri.it and whom hut
Mr. Dinwiddee is a Virginian ,,incapable OR D. M. .
young ; BONEY
hotel, and no sooner had some come very %uaiatk bout' .
girls out to the for
an for those
and God has designed pursuits '
Yankee learned of our residence there was educated at the University grapefruit, to the free couumptioQ of >Ert'fibt ip< of Virginia, but for the past two |day picnic. !i in which it is not nE'f'dedPunta Gor- I
.than he began W tell about Ocala's'bad : On both these occasions the ] which he attributes '1. fact thai ne .
vears has made his home in New young I da Herald. I
'; water, bad health. dirty streets : York. !folks had a \'eI'jolly time and are un has I inus far escaped aenrora t>roi,t '.-' .

though admitting that it is a fine ,der1y obligations to their teachers!1 Saved Her Son's Life. tion This fruit is out only a t- .,

place for business, and that he had ;for their thoughtfulness. The happiest mother In the little I luxury of toe bi'*..>t rank (h'l! ,,. ---- .

not been there. They get all their : Hon. John R. Wills was elected to I [town of Ava, Mo., is Mrs. S. Ruppee. UM "111%led as a promoter of I"n '1 ,'; "f"" '

wisdom troni somebod !own here the state senate in Levy county. In-;Disposes of Her :She writes: "One year ago my son I tealth.Punt.a Gorta ItaraldAll (: (:i1'f rtt

.: But I low the lake ._ its people, ;asmuch as Editor Farmer is an advocate -I Hillsborough Propii :!was down with such serious lung I :3jb ; < ";

especially the oldtimers, ana I moan :: of the Everglade drainage prop.osition erty :'trouble that our physician was un- for rivers and aotbiB* foi ta I ". !t 1..::1.__ ,: 'i"-
cottage here, so that when this his second defeat, seems'!' Mrs. William P. Haisley returned::able to help him: when, by our drug- why? I _._ Y; :.-
to have a to indicate that Levy county is home Saturday afternoon from aweek's :j'gists advice. I began giving him Dr. l .._ t'I.' .
too old to work it will be a home very.!' --- t "" t .
'I am ; _
with dear old Ocala in which I I much opposed to the "big ditch" and'' visit in Tampa. King's New Discovery, and I soon noticed ..' ---- .'.- .' .. :
twinned While I this treat- "
in that city Mrs. improvement. kept -
its advocates: .--\Vhit> Springs If*ald.I Haisley j I
; fi
to spend my last days. -o'd' her orange grove on Tampa bay i ment up for a few weeks when he / / 'TA,111(1 if 'l 'd4I 1

'; Before the big freeze 1 sold ,eH'Q'1 I I for the sum of $20,000 and also dis- I was perfectly well. He has worked" i ..-.n 1

grain of sand I owned hereabouts, :steadily since at carpenter work Dr.King's ... :
: >' +
: :>aed or all her other in ; trlft I
that I want Ferry Seeds; property Discovery saved his life
and on the first suggestion I Ito I : New R
: Hil'! -n-iroush
are sot an expert. county the amount in)11 A
< buy a lake front "for sale" signs meat.but with proper cnlti ,-' ; Guaranteed; best cough and cold cureby 1IiII ff -
'teing quite large. .
began to be turn down a boom went vation,t'ney assure success ; Tydings & Co., druggists. aUcts .
: afloat that I offered from the start. U ers have no ;and 100. Trial bottle free. m .
on and rumors got doubts at planting nor dssap .
for Jones' Slough ana pointneats at harvest. Get \cporliag? to Mr. Bryan, :Mr. Roose- .
$1..0o0.0d velt is ;nil\\ stealing his clothes while, Alcng the railroad from Palm Beachto I
'' intended laving out a townsite. build he i Miami there'parallel a fine bard FUNERALiD I I make a specialty uf correct- .
a m swimming. It ought to give '
Ocala putting on stag eye. when
hard road to .
lug a miles of it. others fail.
road sixty-six
Br in chilly sensations standing out surface : -
automobiles, etc.Mr. .GK'S j r' they have 200 miles of good Satidaetia manatee .
a 'e (0.1 so long. They say i or
Woodrow's development in roads in Dade county. And along !jCTO tls. t1I't. I'IUQU)' .......... .

.AVoodmar goes on, the avenues are far jr est, surest, best crops \la"" :on will look like a new town these roads are prosperous truck;: .

'showing the care given. and. though I ate s y.ars z.ers, 1t')7Se.4Anuu.tree Famous for over. r' -n ai: fie: brick buildings that are![farmers. Dade county's roads have; .. fUll H.,,,-k of C'Hm,,_ C'I&.kt't i PTMCAf p gtOf s. .

covering only twenty-five acres ofj 01 request. '. ,n course of : !! lend R'irtri OJft1It1. tel
construction made the newest country most proc- "t.'rirlgiven 3 aM 4 Gary .
land it will furnish a nice Betting for D. M. FERRY & CO., 'h .. : Burinl +rl vii ev. psi. OtAsM
: or : are soon to be construct<< )inerous and made the magic city-Mijanii -\,
Detroit,Mtch.M !.- Fi .
as good man cottages, and promises to I Mai,:son is coming to the front asj -one of the wonders of this coyntry. -
at once. Mr. J. G. Lege, who before. i Embalming to OrdervFYams'q'I'l I .
get. busy 1 never Madison Recorder. i t .-St. Petersburg In-Ieoemlent. i t .


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Mr. W. J. Byrne came in yestt-rdaj I; "Ojus," in the Seminole tongue I I Mr. J. PATHETIC STORY.

Ir afternoon from Jacksonville to spend 'means "plenty. "Ocala" means 'fat. : recently ,I -

,the rest of the week with his wife. I Ojus, Ocala would be a good hand to.business.Mr. I I II I 1 the prost pathetic Mark

, draw to. come to our kaowiadt IB
i Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Izlar! and scand !
day that .C A. O. Maria
! Mrs. W. W. Clyatt went down tc Mr. Adam L. Eichelberger, who has family of
I hapless el J4na.
!i Lake Weir yesterday afternoon for a ,had a serious attack of grippe for almost : I BM
balimg IB this
, brief visit. is and.I hood,
a fortnight, recovering I '
many years aDd u now aa
I! was able to be down town yesterday. I I With the
ezc km of
wp 90*
; I II
.f' Capt. and 'Mrs. W. L. Lowry, oi I I Mr. hot temper hi* retort bat

. Homosassa were; in the city yesterday -I Ocala has scored the best hotel I the ka. **.

passing through the city en route season in many years. A little well was :
I I the
great tragedy that war
. E Powder home from si visit to Jacksonville. "directed energy and we can capturea ednesday.The in hto life occurred he wu

I akinf great deal of this trade and it is all I I carrier betwaea Ocala aad

Ir Hon. Horaiio Bisbee. of Jacksonville !gold dollars.Mr. I !
r H one of the most eminent lawyers i club 'I On. one occasion a coteml
a paaaeager ia his warm
in Florida was in Ocala yesterday ; : Perkins has put $54,000 of it 1 1I :Gamsby claimed to have lost a lance
'' '
ASOILTI'ELY PURE and was registered at the Ocala I back, Mr. Cortleyou but there is ',sons in |! His aeichbors twin

House. 1102.000 or more yet to be accountedfor 'I'!
it aad
!! a* brooded over
--- by you and Mr. Bliss.-Bryan's well
he tewae aoroae sad .
DISTINCTIVELY Judge J. B. Gaines. who stands professedly Comoner. I II .will |,
A CREAM became
OF a burden. Bate*
at the head cf the legal: I
I impulsive he determined
I TARTAR BAKING profession in Lake county was before I A large part of the Eddins Manufacturing -. Mrs.
nest peraun who broach
* Judge Bullock at chambers Tuesday. ; plant, located at Gainesvile,!
subject to him would
He says that Leesburg is in fine shape :was burned last Monday. It was the :all the I
I bear the coasequeace of a
// doos not contain an atom of phos- and is coming to the front again., !second largest sash and door factory II and I .

!in the state. The loss is $"_ ,OOO. Mrs. J. I
! phatic acid (which is the product of bones Messrs Spencer and Smith have I early i! that he was a poor man
"'" to leave to his family
! digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum shut down their electric light plant I Mr. J.1.: Meffert and Mr. R. S. will Y ] of aa hoaest away sad
in the rear of the Ocala House and i Hall each have a fne new Cadillac well I

! (which is one-third sulphuric acid), unhealthful .will sell the machinery. They will II[automobile, which will be ready for I I not leave afford the to be braad! a*

I substances adopted for other baking continue to run their garage, howev j use in a few days as soon as they ar- Miss J unreseaied.challeaaw u.

I er. ;jrive from Jacksonville. I II Mr. I day of the traced ha be
powders because of their cheapness, i iI spending
I over a placard which
Mr. Louis J. Brumby left last night:
I i. I :Messrs.: J. H. Livingston, jr., P. H.I Ocala posted oa oae of the tr.ti i
for Tallahassee where he will remain
for their
'Nugent and J. E. Kitching returned i the postoiice at Coaaor.
I. during the session of the legislature I
:yesterday from a trip to Half Moon have the poste lice he mat a
--- ---- ------ i
I .He will be the Times-U'nion's correspondent I
Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. Mrs. D. A. Clark was in the city and will also do other newspaper lake and Bear lake where they spent i Inn for {I it instantly iecarrad to

I I ;t'stefllafrom Martel shopping. work. jtwo days fishing. They had good .South I' author of the placard and

I I (success, having caught sixty fine health. J him of it and a hitter

i, SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. I Miss Sue Anderson is visiting Miss: Mr. Maurice Strauss who has: been: ,trout. I and personal fIIlcouter ea'

l-J j;Berenice Alfred at Port Inglis. in Ocala and south Florida for some,I Mr. the unfortunate man whwn

Messrs. Nicholls and Tompkins sold ;! weeks left for Tallahassee this morn I Dan Savage too colored man, who!New I as the author of th* pla

: nine fine mules yesterday. I Mr. Asher Frank is now conducting ing. He will return to Cincinnati direct -,was run over Tuesday afternoon by I a case kilfod.

1 I I a large and successful sale at Syla- from that city. He will return [the A. C. L. train died early Wednesday United I w'U tried aad convicted

I Miss Belle Bates, of Mattel, was catgua, Alabama. to Ocala again in August. morning at the Marion county hos ed a to iwa riaoamt for

:: am jug Oca la's Tuesday shoppers; I pital. He was about thirty years of the case j home "as broken ap aad

j Otto Lohrig came downesterday age and was married. I vor. A was left with eleven atakwtI
'afternoon from Fairfield i Mr. Tom Harris, of Ocala is spending I children her kinds four
Jessie Owens of to spend a pho oe ,
Miss Sparr was
a week in the city as the guest oiMr. .
i transacting business in llca .... Tues I few days at home. Capt. F. H. Lytle. of Stanton-on-!suit and \
and Mrs. A. S. Beville. Mr. Harris days ago feata removed the
f day. I Lake-Weir is in Ocala visiting his i
I Miss Maude Mason of : is being warmly welcomed by his
Atlanta is her toil sad satertefg,
:'the attractive guest of her uncle and many friends here. and is having avery I grandchildren. He is an interesting:1 ek-vea children are now

Dr. Green: of Tampa, Sundays pleasant time-Times-Union. ,conversationalist and kept quite a Capt. I
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Whaley. and ho8Wl+M, the base
I Ocala with his mother, who is theUt.t I :number entertained yesteday talkingof I Ocala \\ I bt't-'n mortgage forwhwed

of Mr. and Mrs.: T. E. war incidents and other events. glis.
Miss Mamie Adams, of San Antonio,
Lizzie Baker, the woman who was I which is
|is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Crosby on ii is beiag circulated aad
G. P. Henry, mayor of De Fun- I ,so badly burned at Mr. Sexton's a few I :Mr.: John S. Pedrick ha: bought a in the I .

Springs, dropped dead Monday onis'tbe Fort King avenue. nights ago, was taken to Jacksonville ;cottage in he second ward and: has I several d to have the fathr dta
! ind orruIed and
streets of that city. I yesterday where her parents reside. :moved his family from :Martin to
: Mr. John W. Pearson went down to 'I I'I' the pardoning I board will lire
I : She is in a precarious condition and 'Ocala and they will hereafter make ,of our

l Miss Alice Carlisle has been spend Citrus county yesterday to look after her recovery is doubtful. 'I'this city their home. We welcome'I gain a favorable cuasideratfen.
with friends : his oil wells. J it i hs nut only m oar opin
several days
ing the past them to Ocala. Port
: at Kendrick.Mrs. Mrs. Zachary arrived in Ocala! Watch it of charity but earn of hu
I Mr. William D. Wheeler, of Gainesville appeals to the better In !
well known travellingnan Tuesday afternoon to make her home I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ward, of Floral
I young
our luurv.
with her onlr.. Robert Zachery, !City, pleasant visitors to Ocala Hon.
Miss Le is in the were
John Morris, formerly city. afford to let the mttk of
who is the member of the
junior new They will leave
Wednesday. soon
Priest, of Crystal Hirer, is on a visit I up in orte..
to her husband's realtives in this f Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mathews, of furniture firm of Theus & Zachary.,Floral City for Jacksonville, where j ture, bomt>I.., atotherleM cattd,
For the present she is rooming at the they to make their future was
; city. I Candler were visitors to Ocala yes- i expect ) to the pardentaa board for
residence of Mrs. H. C. Jones. home. They have recently purchased various
terday.Mr. i
and sad
i: I gouty we
i i handsome residence in that for he
will C'lter.i a very
Mrs. Arthur Hardaker : Among the prominent business visitors I men In I and Mrs. W. L. Sirconton, of !city. day. He
the members of the Young
lain I
their deaf
to the city yesterday was )lr. cry a Nr.
; dite Card Club on Saturday afternoon Micanopy, were among Ocala's visitors A. P. Stuckey. of Ocala, vicepresidentof I he will
registered Rev. J. P. Hilburn, who is the Methodist ter to I
yesterday. They were
!U- 'di"A
of Easter Week at her attractive
the Gainesville and Gulf railway.
: at the )tontezumaI ". pastor at Bartow this year, was tion will : Appreciation and Thanks.
1! tie home at Martel. Mr. Stuckey is one of the most widely I
,. i i I a visitor to Ocala yesterday. He was .county a I -
I known and most popular men in this here seeing friends and looking after OcaU itaaaer.
Mrs. M. J. Roess has gone to Holderto I and a
A Social I I section of the state.-Gainesville Sun. his business interests in this city. house. you in advance for a art 1
few with her brother
spend a days
The ladies of the Christian church -- -- While here he moved his subscription jour valuable paper wborrfa ,
,( will! give a social at the residence of I and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ; Miss Florence Condon, who has 'I to the Ocala Banner another I )Iel sr assure my relative ad i

rs. C. 11. Dame Thursday night, to i Anderson. been in Jacksonville for the past year M. J. Martttt eu sty of my dp

! which all the members and the'.- month with her sister, Mrs. B. W. I appreciation for tfe 4r !

j. friends are invited. Madame Emma Eames, the gifted McDonald, has returned home. Mrs -Thagard, to. beloved
Messrs. Otis Thatcher Green Robt. Alva Ga. ,
., singer who recently sang in Jacksonville McDonald has been very sick for the I : ,
hours of trials and ftiief,
, A. Burford and Edwin W. Davis, who ,will be
'. Mrs. C. l':. Abson and children ex- is: suing her artist husband and, Julien past several weeks but it now very Iha\'e been attending the spring term f al days. for the Cbrtstiaa mtt-nwt
Story sculptor much improved.Judge .
i to come from Bartow next : ?y have HO kindly and un
... pect of the circuit court at Bronson, have pose of
weeks. )lr... Ab- for a divorce.
. for a vist of several I, i returend. They report marked improvements !ests in IPanU..E41 ta behalf of ray
I here who Bell was busy all day yester-
son has hosts of in Levy and say that the place ', who was so suddenly
, "ill be delighted to see her again. The Atlantic Coast Line depot at day hearing the assault case of Allan I,county seat is keeping pace with the I of Ocala from nut on the fatal
Juliette: was discovered to be on fire Jim and Henry Roberts and Joe of March X. The Kegltah
general progress going on all over the of these
, The Variety is the only store in j about four-thirty o'clock yesterday Trotter, which case was investigatedby [ is inadequate to express the

Ocala that had actually to c'ose Us morning. The origin of the fire is un C. C. Harder. an A. C. L. detective. country.Mr. which we have undergone
doors to keep out the customers in known. The building and the entire The trouble occurred a Juliette on I one a of this sudden Md shock.
H. L. Brooks, of Tampa, for course
order to wait on the eager buyers. contents were completely destroyed February ISth. Mr. R. A. Burford appeared and all natuntlly grieve, we are
merly the capable collector of taxes ing
Printer's ink did it. The loss is partly covered: by insur for Mr. Harden and Mr. R. B. !, with the fact that we know
: for Citrus county, was a visitor Wed 1 see that
ance. Bullock for the defendants.Mr. rest with God, while we shall
brother oi Senator nesday. Mr. Brooks, and his brother, dent
! Mr. Atilla Mallory j I I lingering memories of her
dead in his Anderson and Mr. W. M. Brooks, are running a
folund Speigner family,
Mallory was .Miss Adah Bennett of Crystal Riv Dr. J. ; ( life. I cannot command
. office at Pensacola Monday afternoon. I ef,, was in Ocala for several hOUI':3Tuesday :who have made Ocala their home for I!large cigar factory in Tampa, and the ,I English language to give

I He had been .the wharf master fo: returning home from a the past several years, will hereafter I are doing a splendid business. They I I I know she deserves.

I. the U & X. for a number of years week's visit with her sister. Mrs. 11. make their home at Auburn Ala. )lr'i I sell a good many of their cigars in !is county, I I I also wish to thank

I and was one of Pensacola's most widely J. Knight at Tampa having gon, Anderson will engage in stock farm- Ocala. ,He owns who w> kindly granted me

, ) 1 known t' tzens. down especially to hear Madame Sem- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson both to pay my last respects
[, brich sing. She was accompanied to have won many friends in Ocala, who Mr. Albert Anson Graham, the capable -grove

l Mr. John S. Piersou who haspent this: city by Mr. Knight, who stopped are loth to see them leave. and efficient proprietor of the"borough God to bless alL

2 the winter in this city at the over to look after his business interests I Ocala House lunch stand and who Isalways P. Very truly
The members of the Christian zo
; : a friend of the newspapers
a to Staten Is I
/ Ocala House has gone here.: I this A. D. MARLOW.
Ifl New York, for the summer. Prof. church enjoyed a very delightful social celebrated his twenty-fifth anniversary '

land is a golfer of splendid abilityand Mrs. Anna Bond Hopkins of Or at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carter [Tuesday. Several cakes were sent |and next Easter Edition.

r Pierson has the past four years inOcala. nge Lake, who went with the F1,;r- H. Dame last night. Quite a number I,him by his country friends and at I so edition of the Ocala !

i spent Ida editors on their recent visit to : of the members of the church and eleven o'clock Tuesday night he served I the after : 'I.'I.We I being gotttn out by the !

f Key West and to Havana, is spendingthis other friends were present and a very I them with other refreshments to a hope of St. Margaret's Guild has

r Painful Accidents. week with friends in Jackson pleasant social evening was spent by I few of his friends and the treat was !reap the eight pages as originally
I Two I
i iI
" Tuesday afternoo n Jessie Smoak, \ille. En route borne from Cuba sbe all. much enjoyed. Mr. [ to sixteen p...ges.': and will

J. L. Smoak. was spent ten days enjoying the beauties I publication. We can say
of Mr. !
! the third son ihe index oi Miami and other places on the east Master Cameron Gamsby was the I Dr. J. M. Jackson, jr., and two who that the ladies will be

i unfortunate enough hand to get caught in a !coast. ,host of a"ery happy children's par children left last night for Bronson, !city, !I with congratulations.

I' finger of his right rand had the ly yesterday afternoon at the Spell- where the doctor's mother has been i He bas i i News company has un
r buz saw at the foundry : low for some time he having Bird and
in man house where his mother Mrs. very : ;
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nelson are t the sale of these papers and
same ('utif returned from her bedside last week 'in )
I' C. H. Gamsby has been boarding this :
Ocala for a month and are guests at ; extra copies will
I winter. This was in the nature of a here but was recalled yesterday;to be a
while engaged in a the Spellman house. They will be I: : there for tt -rn. They will
Tuesday night by a telegram stating that she He
farewell event as Master Cameron :
several of his here for some weeks. Mr. and Mrs. : Saturday afternoon. .
friendly bout with sinking and to come at once der,
broke his Nelson visit Ocala every winter and will leave the latter part of next week I will be an excellent
friends Mr. Edd Tucker 'and bring the children. Mrs. Jack- i goes i
confined have a number of friends here who for his home in Alabama. His young send away to friends as an
collar bone. He is now : his has been with Mrs. beast.
right Mr. nat! are glad to see them in Ocala again. friends spent the time with him very son, wife I i .

to the home of his parents. satfering Mr. Nelson: travels for the Ballard pleasantly and his party was memorable Jackson, sr., for some time and was fine i,
. Mrs. William Tucker and be is still in Bronson when the change for of
the In-
to youngsters.
' the re- Snow Liniment company, of St. LouK I I T. Lewis, state prison
as I
considerable pain Miami :: it and
the worse caine. Metropolis.Mr. I,I still on the roads Inspect

, butt of his accident. I Mr. W. D. Hoyt, of New York, who Speaking of the plays of "Hamlet i part of and county prisons. He was

., f r --- court of Connecticut owns a very charming little orange with Hamlet left out," \\e are constantly George W. Watson, of Bartow, needs [ Farms hospital Tues-

The supreme down a decision ?o the give and home on Lake Weir passed ; reminded that history continues formerly the A. C. L. agent at Crystal Dr. BJiteh and Hood

.. Vtfect.feas handed that barbers in that ;state: do through Ocala Tuesday on his way to repeat itself. For instance, River, but who is now travelling au- :Mr.: i the arm of one of the

shave nt'grotsml ss they north. He has been at the lake ever :there was a big Cleveland dinner and"ditor for the Coast Line, was among returned who was shot in Hernando

not have to who wish to shave since the beginning of the winter and ,Cleveland wasn't there. The dinner the prominent visitors here :yester I C., after [ ile attempting to make his

want to. Those continue to do so.DeLand was move charmed this year than during -i went on just the same and the guest I day. He was here as a witness in city.. Yesterday! Mr. Lewis went

negroes cay any previous one. He says that had a wonderful delightful time This I Ijalso the railroad case, which was tried be- guests of to inspect the county con.

New. fcis orange trees were not even singedby reminds us that the only living fore Judge Bell. Mr. Watson left on J. H. of the Edwards Brothers.

The funeral services of the late the cold of the past season and 'Vic -president has passed the biblical 'the afternoon train for Juliette to investigate most 'I to Ocala today and go

I Miss K.i/abeth Welsh took place they are now heavily laden with blossoms limit of three score and ten andS : the burning of the station, the at Moss Bluff, where he

: Tuesday afternoon at the Emerson and the indications are that still enjoying robust health. He thence from Juliette he will go to West the balance of the week.

_,; Home school and was largely attended they will bear a heavy crop of fruit celebrated his seventieth birthday by i Crystal River. Mr. Watson's family and ,

especially by our colored popula the emir. season.' Mr. Hoyt is very :going out duck hunting and is never will spend the summer in the moun- coast simply of sealing wax and
tion. The remains were shipped to mwu'h delighted and will return early! so happy as wnen he has in his hands .tains of Georgia and in the fall they !Ocala sealing syrup bottles and

I McCune Kan., for interment. next winter. rod and line and pole and gun. expect to move to Lakeland. Florida. &:; Co. *

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i Editor L'Engle says that Editor I!
FLOWERS FOR MR. BRUMBY. I \ the legislature which meetsa O O O
THE OCALA BANNER i Wilson "should be scourged with scor-I|. ooooog
t week from next Tuesday elect -
pions. My. my! i
1 The Tribune notes that Mr. Louis'J. EWe I I lory's successor ;ca

FRANK HARRIS Editor. Brumby, of Ocala. will serve the I -- ----- j i

P. V. Leavengaod. Business Manager. :TImes rnion as editorial staff correspondent express regret over the defeat i! A correspondent wants to know if'|.: Grippe or Influenza, whichever you like
: of Gus Morton for the senate from i i -
at Tallahassee during the ciorace Greeley ran for president before t
Levy county. He would have 4) call it is of the most weakening a
legislative session this year. The or since Judge Alton B. Parker. !' to one
a picturesque figure. been *
Times-Union is to he congratulatedupon ----- -- t diseases known. .

securing the services of so valuable The Atlanta Journal says when a j
and'!' 9
I'f The editors of the Jasper News
thins is said to be "all moonshine" it is
\ a man and one so well acquainted -
.," \ with newspaper work and its readers Live Oak Democrat gave accounts of a guarantee of its purity in North Car ? Scoffs Emulsion, which is Cody

will be sure to appreciate all that meteors "shooting over" their !e-.olina. j Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily digested &
J."S spective villages las; wtek. Boca attended ,
it has done for their information and ----- *
-t \ 'the press meein-j at Key;I Prank Clark made a fine record in : 8 form is the greatest strength-builder
entertainment when they read the fine
t 'iv ".
West-Lake City Inde j the reeent He is already -;
.. congress.
\ from :Mr. BnuE-'s I '
..- :. 'f't. "" .contributions pen. mentioned among the leading debatorsof known to medical science.3

--O'u' _;_ -Tampa TribuneThe The Miami Metropolis says Judge j! the house.Tampa News.

'd.i ,_ ., s Jones "has issued that it sinks into
Times-Union is fortunate in securing a pre-emptory writ I t It is so easily digested

of mandamus" in a certain case. 1lay- The state is again to be called upon
the services of L. J. Bruaiby r the making blood and new fat
be he did but its a new one. Possibly -;to pay the Wailes' claim. We have al-' I; system, new :'
as editorial staff correspondent during
-- the relator got there first.-Lake;ways regarded that claim as a just and strengthening nerves and muscles.
the session of the legislature at t)
FRIDAY. MARCH 29, 1907 City Index. !,obligation. It ought to be paid.-FerInandSna -
Tallahassee. Lou nimby is one of __ I
--------- Record. Ii
-- -- the best writers in this country and f : Use Scott's Emulsion after
While big money is being made in i -- .
Goethe was eighty-two years old[.in addition to his versatility as a
Gadsden and other counties growing I Members of the Florida legislature'are = Influenza.
I>I '
when he writer he is a good news-gatherer. He 9 (
competetl"Faust. ( tobacco the fact be lost Lae'! '
:Is fair and impartial, and readers of must not !; warned against going out to

'! sight of that Columbia county, at the:Jack ou. It recently lost its waters !
the Times-Union can depend upon the 4, Invaluable for Coughs and Colds.
Whaling is a growing industry in correctness of his reports of proceedings I Paris exposition took the gold medal,i in a hole in t,le ground and they might (

the South Atlantic, centering around (' for the best quality of the weed.!tumble in. too. >
of the legislature.--Gainesville
; shown taere.-Lake City Index. II ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND $1.00. It
w I Sun. i
It is said that it would take a snail I Tow Lawson's advice comes high. < .

fcj I- exactly fourteen days to travel a : The last issue of he Florida Fruit I!He has caused his friends to lose aj I A O Q
1 j Mr. Louis J. Brumby one of the
fet mile. :most talented newspaper men in and Track Grower contains a picture!'!mint of money, but he also claims toi: ,,

9. .,of the "go\-er tor s mansion" at Talla-j j be a heavy laser But he can go on --- --
'Florida will be the Times-Union
The rails of the Belt Line road in hassee and also a picture of Governor 'the lecture platform and they can't :Cancer Cured with Erysipelas Germ.i : Should the "un writen law" be "WI!(,
respondent at Tallahassee during the j.
i "
f' Philadelphia are said to be the heaviest legislature and will keep the readersof Broward. The gorernor contributes ,-- -- --- I .ten? .

i l In the world.Manchuria an article on Florida. !t is an inTeresting It is the glory of the. Christian Ideal ,i markable cure of a malisuentj i iI J
that wel informed
paper concerning number.President I I that while it is in sight of the weakest i I cancer in a woman is thought to have I II Another railroad is being llar.neJ 1
happenings at the state capital.- Miami I
j last year purchased News. ,, and lowliest, it is still high enough{I!been u hieved at the general Memo- for Florida-the new road is to run

J12.000.00i worth of goods from the II ____ Hully. of Stetson University i to keep the best and purest with their I ial hospital in Sew York city by hypo ; from Thomasville to Quincy. :'J

t United States. The "great and good" Times-Union is frequently asked whether'faces turned ever upward.W. J. -rmic' injection of the mixed toxins i ------ --

j education pays, and he says: Bryan. I of : and baccillus '
. ;:one of the very best all-round newspapers erysipelas prodiarics I The. "surgeon's knife' for certain ,

1 Sir Thomas Upton has to pay taxes ia the south. and the south "It pays every way. It is true that: -- l- -- I Ito >us. The patient is the wife of a n'u- .crimes should occupy a place in our

i fools i! Capt. Hillman has subscribed $2.500 l tenant in the United States a i
on property in Chicago assessed at has many extra good ones too I some come to college. They "my ;statutes. ?

I' 350000. ,.thank you announces that its "editorial would go to the dogs under the best ; the Salvation Army building in I who is just back from the Philip ines. '

: J t.. ; staff correspondent of the Times- conditions. The conditions would not i.Jacksonville. a"atiollrmy barracks I The World says: fI j i Is Mr. Jennings a representative of

be blamed worthy. A college educa-,are needed in nearly every town in I "Dr. William B. Coley gave her for-
. It Is said that buzzards l:1d"lutueg Union in Tallahassee during the legis'ladve < i west Florida? He has nveer gJce J

; can scent their food at a distance of session of ISdT will be Mr. Louis, con pays in money. but that is the;'Florida. Jennings and Gilchrist have ty-seven injections of the mixe-i toxins .over there recently.

:. forty miles. J. Brumby, of Ocala. Mr. Brumbywill : least of its rewards. Hyde of Bow- an opportunity to got busy quick. I in combination with the X-ny, af- I

doin. answers the question 'does --- !te' which the cancerous growth was
have full and complete control V
Senator Burton
: is
f going to show
of the Tal-ihassee I college education pay' in this way-, The EterolUt'ril':1n Eagle is now i removed surgically and the patientapparetrtly .
It is said that from forty to one news othis that the "pen" is even greater than
r.- 'To be at home in all lands and all cartooning the Tallahassee Sun and. entirely recoverel. Ex-* ,iff
of boneless His extended experienceas I "
hundred tons pork ready paper. ,the "big stick, and that there are 'Jj
p for curing, arrives in Gl:1sgoVodaily.. a legislative correspondent, his. ages: to court nature a familiar ac- putting Editor L Eng'.e! in doggerel. It.:i I lamination of the cancer showed it ,"pens" and "pens."

wide experience with public men and quanuanee. and art an intimate friend: .seems that those who lire by cartoon ,:had entirely degenerated very much i

.a5airs. and his recd, ability and to gain a standard for tie appreciationof and doggerel must perish by the same :J I:under the toxin treatment, and it is iI
I' The
Pigeons and turkeys each have a But what death it is' i Lakeland Sun thinks Hon. J. '
fairness peculiarly fit him for this other men's work and the criticism ,instruments. a said if the woman had been strcn'sr 1

natural temperature of lost degrees, sition. consequently the Tuses-Unioa po of one's own: to carry the keysof to die that way.Gainesville .'the entire growth might have beor- absorbed ',:;X. C. Stockton would make a strong '

which is ten degreeshigher tiaa a ,' fight for the gubernatorial place. Maybe --
t will have a legislative report unequalled the'Orld's library in one's pocket.: without recourse to susu''v- .t t
=an':. and fee its behind now is having some municipal -, ;,; so.Ir.. Stockton is a scrapper "
resources one :a I -
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by former Talahassee
fe ______ years. politics. Attorney i[I from the word and
Arresting I go no doubt he ;
True Democrat ttask he undertakes; to make j The Home Preach Discounted i i
German, which is spoken by upward tor! iI;I would be heard
hoses of friends among the men oface's Thrasher and putting him in jail .! from frequently during -
'S.\t ).Ot ) people, ranks third in numDer shooting o2 his gun and for failure to'!' | the campaign.
the four leading languages Mr. Brumby has also kindly concern 01rll.-age who are to be leaders Gypsy Smith the famous English "
among remove his hat in the mayor's court.
ed to represent the Ocala Banner in all walks of life, to loose ones self, Evangelist, will be present thro }- --
of Europe proper seems to have brought it all about. ? The Punta Gord- Herald says, "It 13
f daring the coming session of the leg.nature. in generous Tfrnafasmg and cooperate out the Baptist conference and will'
----- ---- On what little things great I a noteworthy coincidence that, while
with others for ends ioj
will common ; talk daily. Gypsy Smith is recognized -
Bishop W. A. Caadler preach the
sometimes editors
turnThe i were having 9 good time I
tears manners from students who are) II
I as one of the foremost evan-
; the baccalaureate sermon at *h- last week in Havana
--- and Key
', ington and Lee University oa Sunday. ', If the interior wants any of the gentlemen and form characters under, Brooksviile Star has installeda ;:gelists in the world. His ten fasta their West
t papers came out time
in !
P June 9th.t winter viators she must provide some professors who are Christians these", new Cranston cylinder press the,will cost the Tabernacle $:,000. and : ant
were brilliant
as ever. Was !
py attractions for them. The east and are tae returns of a college for tie Fenandina Record a Whitloek and in addition there will be heavy cost u assent

t .\ patent for- paper--waistcoats hasp west coast get them by the score because best four sear'a .A ones life.: ;the Tampa Tribune a Hoe Perfecting for other notable speakers.-At'anta' before treatment departure? -we Son presume.TaCahassee of prep:r"'i: <

been taken out in Swithteriaad. They they have provided aaractio&s. press. the largest and the finest in the Georgian. True DemoerrI '

E will cost only four cents and are said They have fine well kept hotels splendid Expors rrsE: tie United States to,state Everything indicates a forward'movement :. Preaching is getting to be quite a I,

drives boating fishing, swimmingand the republic of Fanas ai 1&-6 agsr profitable business to the home -
to be warmer than a woolen garment in Florida. : except Prof. McBeath
gated nearly $lT.'Af "Hj as I I aswr- that Mechildren
t numerous other attractions Ocala against f product. +IL '
S"J-*aM for tae ---- --- I of the count \, ,1.1 be i,.t t\
< is in a beautiful position to capture preceding year. < Tae east coast farmers are making ---- -
Fashin able schools in Germanyare .
ter off if they had less
her share. A hotel on the style of fortunes this year off of bell peppers "When aMMan is in Love." { cuooling anymore
card the girls
teaching playing to
'I hard work to do. i'.im
.the Royal Palm at Silver Springs gondolas One of die corresponcests of the'Those who have tried rasing: them The enlarged size Charles Dttaa oinu.uiiis
that be
la order they
may competentto shared by who .
Atlanta Georgisa asks: "Why is the II many note toe id e
plying up and down the stream have met with success and we see'ro Gibson
fill their places at society functions. picture given with last Son- boys and girls who do ,
> a pavauon and bath houses; an electric cost of living inning while wages I reason why our farmers do not day's World caused nothing to > -
a great demand.
o ---- road to Lake Weir and an elegant remain low?" Where in the world:make of it a money making crop.- 'Next cure for themaeivea a trade, a pnnV-
Tne new customs tar of Japan Sunday's subject is even more'SUM or businew
hotel there, also, and other attractions does this corres aadem. live and what West Hillsboronga Press. a training ani in
, which went Into force on October 1. famous. It must be seen to be appre .
r and a roily back to Ocala in the world does he do? Did he ever' many can MX support tbtuselveii
has stimulated the promotion of I i ciated. "When a Man's in Love" give those
build a ho-eDoes he a turpentine or dependent upon tb.-ro.
lad up to the vegetable farms andonn..r operate -:
'. horse companies for the :11l:1ufacturef It is fallacious reasoning to deduce a touch of delicate satire, and at the Apalachkroia Times
raves at Melatosh. Capitalis farm? Does he nm a pr.ntin < >
of tour.U tie right of one man to steal a cowfrom same time shows with what wonderful ,
lying idle in ? oeee Wage labor not increases? ; -
--- -- -- many places seeking the fact of anoher having stolen facility Mr. Gibson can yield his pen V. D. Carbon of Arcadia will !Ii-
investment, and our hills beautiful -aot more than are ho&dr&d per cent.
+ I ten old spoons: have recently been in few a horse. Preeendents may establish ;in putting on paper the dreamy fancy 'ate a few gaud homesteads in south
woods attractive lakes and classic very years.To
foaad in the earth. They were cleaned principles in law. but not in ethics. of his brain. This beautiful picture. Florida for flow vac*. Timber on them
springs would charm the visitor and I
s and are of silver and gilt. They would make visitor let toe soul grow and ideals f And as that fact. that in years past.enlarged size. 10x15 inches, on art 'worth from K to b pr acre Fin

are dated 1529. and valued at S'5each. \ many an ravestorWe bloom to useful acts: draw bard ref l,. the internal improvement board squandered paper. suitable for framing, will begiven farming and orao"e laaih First come
ought to be and
Lord helps those who up themselvesand over acts and passion: to feel; tcreate o|; money on lawyers. dos not free with next Sunday's World flr t trued, 222t

help income justify the present board in doing the:Other large size Gibbon picture to
--- - ; to : to -tie&e are
does I
Try keeping files ol the screen not waste any love on a the thins that make same .-Panta Gorda Herald.W ,follow. I
men great.-,
laggard.i'e ought to give every other -
doors by rubbing the framework of Frederick Crowe. I -
section of Florida cards and spades : *. are told by Editor L'Eagle that:
the door over with kerosene occasion Mr. Joseph H. Hoadley has
and beat it in the race in unfolding -- ---- Little "Ringworm" Caner, as he af- spent
ally. The odor seems to be offensive four
The weeks In Birmingham. Ala. .Ik- FIFTEEN YEARS :
g'O"ern1tntiU install forest
to files. real and genuine charms. a fccnonately refers to the editor of trict and
reserve telephone service in -tie, says through the New York I
--- the Jacksonvile Metropolis, wears
--- Commercial that the
Big Horn in :: Alabama iron
And now comes R. B. En in, through reserve Wyoming at a only a 62-4 hat. and yet he keeps
Olive oil is injured by being kept in mines will lead all
the world. Tb >
of I"IA
SS.tW. It
cost is
the columns of the X&a Banner advocating dsigned for use right along! enlarging his and
the light When used at the table itIhoud in paper is now in sight and available 1.5OoO.OOO *),- I OF f
colored bottle the enactment of a l:1 Voto summoning help to fight forest increasing his circulation! Perhaps: I fClfMAs
in dark
be put a fire:. : tons. Besides this raph'Ody onAlabama's
tax dogs one dollar a the of editors hats
t nil removed to a cool dark place ira- year. proceeds }son- us aspiring wear iron output Mr Hoa\

caediaely after the meal to go to the public school fan*!. :altogether too big? ;says that the whole south is boom. a

Such a law is now on the statute Ireland which was once a great I -- ing. Affected Hands AiMS and -
-- -- ltg1E.l.
books in a majority of the states, and ,fruit producing country is now a buyer i The cafes of New York are now being '

Moetpieler! Vu with .\' population ought to be a law in Florida. Besides of fruit. It is the same with but. fixed up with oriental splendor. T err"/l\.1 I:C'+'rEItd: gas

i holds more than $$,\ '.!*) of ter which in former One is described as refiectinsr lightsin :: Theological seminaries are evolving UttaWe SI
adding to the public school fund several years was produced i to -Would Tear

Kaaas mortgages. This is an average thousand dollars every year, it in great purity and considerable imitation of the rays of the moon.)Specialties; : Hartford is for church !:I the
of over $1.HJ for every man woman elec-1!i music Union Seminary and Harvard' Bandages to Sjrstch ta* SWaIn
in the Emerald is
would probably be the means of ridding quantity Isle. jThis accomplished by aid of
and child in the town. are for Ethics less
aDd .
Comparative than OWeek
i the state of a host of worthlesscurs. -- ---- --- !'trie blubs inclosed in globes of the ,
----- ---- Japan =.IJl* ; ion: Chicago girds Sociotoev
The experiment is WY-'. .- possesses newspapers. color and sheen of moonlight- seen prowl- j i
The Putnam cottage in Greenwich, and when it is remembered Deuce Vale emphasises Missions '
ing,-Live Oak Democrat. that 25!through a delicate tracery of faint ; ; CURED BY THECUTICURA

Conn- over 200 years old. is to be dedicated years ago it did DIM publish a sing'e' green laves.ExSeaator Oberlin makes much of Sei@lle@Hd'l!'

as a museum by the Pataam journal this rapid growth must be Revelation. Several of REMED4ES
---- ---'--
Lees Marks Painter for Ocata.
Chapter of the D4ugitrs of the urg a regarded as one of the most bnibaatacoie Burton has served his foreign departments, Rochester a .
The business men of Leesburg have
Atnencaa ReT \emets in journalistic history. ;six months' sentence in a United State German department, Colgate an Italian l- : "I hand
steamboat I
decided warnw 61. .
to organize a company gratis. y *rs.p
:penitentiary and it is said will ; Chicago a SVo'edWa.I I
t ----- -- -- now n. Mild .
ns <4 >
iv faint-it
aad put on a line of steamers on wy
In the, east side of London it is sow the Ocfcrawaha and St. Johns riversto Seven pounds of fruit three and sun a newspaper which will be a; &ni They wn the wow m UMs

c the fa&htoa for men to wear an engagemeat ODe half pounds of sugar, and a "it ;thorn in the 3esh for the president In anticipation dour ten nniion j I winter totes and .wwS3O
take care of a portion of the
button in the ccut lapel' freight of vinegar is the standard proportion I tHe claims to know a great deal and population some of the new..|K-a al*.v. udrv, IIIIJ I
enjoyed by Com
r Leesburg.-

bearing a portrait of th* lady. They mercia for all manner of sweet pickling .many ears will be let oat of as many are already advocating a diYI;i,. of Cilu1.l n." keep Irvoi

' are called '.lo e buttoas." Spicing may be varied to suit the'wallets. His paper promises to be a the state. w them 1

---- --- taste. shot:| blast We hope the fight will hod to Wt b. ta
Found Sg: Phosphate Dens;t. hwdi h... &U
The average yield of wheat to the ,
have the erect of breeding dem-: .
-- To
think that the salary .t /d1\+ the u.-ue.
-- m \ a.a 1 I..n'
acre in Eagfead far exceeds that of To dean '
marble statues nothing is!ientts and were of them.t .
At a meeting of the managers of r camel was raiaed hm M l.tfI't"- 1 Would bier wertatclt J
other in the world with _.
1 any country ,better titan a made of I
the Mutual Phosphate Company Mr. paste Spanishwhiting ; nor wa* going out The horror uf UIIOt4Dnil
perhaps one 1.ptk'llmark and a teaspoonful of : An East Ccast Hen. ben
W. X. Camp of Ocala Mr t some things. L.ts AI tae It.cbWft.
The yield is about S3 bushel to the : and Mr. Wlihaas of soda rjssoired in water. Rub the! If Editor Birch of the New Smyr.' trig M-io_ .oJ

acre. marble well with this on a flannel IDa at tuner i wouUto Ia,'.
e Alachua. at i&e mines at Lursville.OIl Breete. produces many more such .: Building permits staving a total .if
---- --- -- tear 4t
The Augusta ChroaWe which waspecvntly Monday, it was decided to commence doth and after standing an hoar,articles as tie following he will 1ieith $CM were tamed in Tampa lat hjufct rferrtamg

wash it off with warm water, dry well ;;' Editor Jordan of the (We t I my to arratch
burned carried the fodiowi mining operations at the old Ocala Punta esday They were to rtln111r1f the :.n would DOt

i 1ns at its masthead: The ofck sttewspaper the Blue River Plant at once and to and polish. :Gorda Herald, as the champion yarater Works and "". j .+ Of ,it.1 t J a..tWta1

ia the southern state EsuMisied baud one or two sew pfeats where -Ata-iJncement.- -- of the taeMrs.. Sams has a al ae+ pbvsicises

i ITSi. Aad published COB new deposits, have been found. freak hen indeed. Several weeks M' Jo+ah Qntecy. a west hoax'rd tart 1'W tied thrr

tiauously for 121 -** Of course''' The new deposits found on this ;ago this hen laid six eggs in that,.same in th* great stat of aM cnu Bald n.. It'. s

it will be isaciedtately re-established. property are sand to be quite large: The editorial staff correspondentof many days which were more than 'Etta is a hankrvat rtgta Hh tgbrbitles ''nu.arna <111'. nor

--- and the rock is of a higher grade the Florida Tl -.tlion in Tallahassee .twice the weight of the average eeg. c.. flied at $C. sad has as toot (, .w Uwv ito+p

Major Kxoa the centleaaaa who than any heretofore found- upon this during the legislative session :Last week this same hen bid an esg s at calyTbe H... .1 ale ikfur
of 1947 fuaWW'SPo.
will be Mr. Louis J. Brumby. -'trc t II

fceeps cp the editorial page of the property. :of a.a.1!. Brumby will have fulland ;that weighed one-half pound. The *o- alt! hA: l'stM

.- Live Oak Democrat is indeed a deep,I It is now absolutely certain that complete control of the Tallahassee .,shell was soft and when it was broken &nin a swot laia G .no .ra \-aa, I and

thinker and a saooth writer His; two of the largest phosphate mining : was found to contain another ecg ra: and the pap n tell of trig traretit, h. IN&t t'ut t'uraM

editorial paragraphs are extensnTel replants' la the ue will soon be in : exended news experience bureau of as this a paper.legislative'correspondent His j!;:with a perfect hard shell"i able catch of bin ctah *taia* topounds. tatt4lF'pihekcahrd'isu far aJNui

corded all over the state. The majoris operuioa in Sawasaee county, giv-; -- -- That "void not W w MM. .and new
his wide i css haw
simply all right, sad whenever he, iitg employment to a darge number acquaintance I i i Dr. Horsey and Mr. Samuel v.'down this wayPapulatiNn 4 httrr anJ I lint
with it t
public men and affairs and hisrecognized i: tv I M .
the he somethL9g.1of laborers-Live Oak Democrat :tSwaaa made an inspection of the -- &htie
pushes pencil says -- -- ---- W -w
ability and fairae 3h S.lntaa
; pcaliariy *?- .
j j donated by Mrs. Lacy. t.n1t.
Banaer. waye 4
Jasper fit him for this | UM vac p 1.i rasaart.t
Coaches are provided ia the waiting .: tie Tmes-Union position will have cvmsequently -;!;Carnegie for a hospital Tuesday a--,,1E'm.} Where UM pa wiMlM M .

The Florida editors who last week rooms of arilway stations in ;;teraooa for the purpose of making an there u no raN unalUaii. Pb4ter n. tetlwrng aatl
a legislative .1
report unequaled
xisit d Key West and a good portion Sweden. Porters call the sleeping aser Yt.- Ile.n for-!i scmate of the cost of equipping the'land Bro1lal'd u. Wn.f> ergs4v t.. bra eewaeA,. r c.h+c ac'trrs nt-

of the F. E. C. railway extension passengers' ten minutes before each ,'place for a hospital Plans for this wards settling tats **\' ptnptwt trtlraa, an4 .R+aaats .'Ii tths .

work one and all* unanimously declare train is due. St. Petersburg is patting---herself j jiastution are progressing a lniir i>}y !c this std w.Qt' :.. o ia-

in of ;land it is believed 'std i11tA,Q. r < .
that no peonage exists any now that the has, .:,
-- --- ,the head on having live ,
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feat. And their opinion and statement for cW John Rockefeller to give awrrso ,.days. T Uc3.ill. soon have her* I jCccper.; the W c4 aetre. to Mt1 -ha1., 1.

: will be far Bone acceptable _J'* t**'. math money, and. ia. tie nsttreath biennia levutaiaa whirling the waters -1|I Wanted-Position as woodsrider I loa to the curves ef the tl fft p.'j ..,.,..,. ." '-. '."..rwda .
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FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. the early vegetable belt seems ala.ost i|I We are reminded that all of the What the Money that is Spent for I
smothered under the immense O'Jua- I!:good things do not come to a town at Whiskey in Ocala in One Year : Y
i I I once. They come one by one but Could Do. cllER
What ik Going on in the Land of the It Uir.The I faster as they are faster pushed. We
dry weather held on so long J at
Grapefruit and Pine. Sorhento that melon and cauliflower I should never grow weary in well do- I From the best information: the bar
the I ing. We should advocate every enterprise rooms in Ocala take in on an averageof FURNITURE
growers did not get acreage planted DEALERS
that would have been had the rains and good thing that will add to $125 per day each.

J. X. Whituer Is a heavy :grower came s.ooner.: the beauty, comfort, cleanliness and I. Some men that are in a position tc -.-,. -- --
at .\ l'ord. advancement of our little city. The know about what they take in, claim
The terrible drouth on the west
present year of grace will witness the that it will average $200 per day each
At DtLand the orange trees are coast is playing havoc with all crops
completion of our new courthouse, but not wishing to over-estimate it,.
white 'vith bloom. In some places the dews have been House Furnishings I Parlor Suits
the finest, to optimistic it This
eawhich has been abo'ltthe ( according our we have placed at $125. means
t At Boardman orange fine bloom.trees are put. very only saving feature in the situation eyesight, in the state) and the con- I for the SEVEN BAR ROOMS $S75 Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings.Bed In Leather, Upholstered and Ret*
en a very struction of a federal building which, per day that is spent in Ocala for
t )(rom four to six cars of celeiy are I from the size of the appropriation, whiskey, or $272,000.00 for the 312 Room Suits Dining Room Suits
Srtu" Jaudon Bros., of Miami
i bk4! shipped from Sanford daily.J. ay I
shipped two car of tomatoes and two ought to be handsomer than the court days in the year. In Mahogony, Birch Birdseye of all kinds.-Mahogany and Oak.China .
H. Sullivan, of Venice Is i !ant- :house. We have all seen finished the What else could this $212,000.00 do? and Oak.Mission .
of grapefruit from that station oi.e Maple
Ing several acres of Irish potatoes.M. car of tomatoes going to Kansas City I handsome repairs to the Holder It could keep twenty men cleaning on d Crockery
C. llardee and B. L. Knapp are Block which in its line has given streets at $1 per day all the year FurnitureIn
at Boyn- and the others to Chicago. I C mpl.te lin.-Dinner Seta a'"4
successful tomato growers Wi'l' Green of Boardman, has madea I.great prestige to our ambitious little $6.240.00.: all the different finishes Odd Pieces
-. ton. success in his irrigation scheme in city. The fine Delouest building has It could build a new school house
\ There vas a large gathering of pineapple for Ocala-$25.000.00.
growing lettuce and is shipping by been completed and this leaves but
growers at Fort Pierce last the car load. Irving McCauley has one vacant spot around the three It coum give to support a $10,000

teek.Sou. I several acres of fine lettuce and ij sides of the square that has not a I Carnegie library-$1,000.00.
:o new Irish potatoes are on the handsome building upon it and that It could buy all of the open lot from
market at Plant City at very stiff I shipping. 11. every Mathis day.C. the big cantaloupe one will soon fall into line. The Me- the A. C. L. depot to the Episcopal All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portirs

11 ice*. grower of South Carolina. Colorado Kean and Holder residences, are nish- church for a park1000000. and Upholstering Goods
\v. I:;. Gardner of Frostproof, :ayahe and Florida says his crop of "cants" ed and the Raymond Bullock, the It could give to keep up this park
Mill has 5f>0 to 600 boxes of orangvi -$1,000.00. Heaters Ranges Cook Stoves
planted near Ocala is looking Eut. A Woodrow and Thomas dwellings are per year ,

The to N-arts ship.of Jasper truck growers good: and! early and rain cantaloupes.And would help. bothwauoie'ons nearing The cooperage completion.company We are is growing.in full cemeteries It could give$.,? to keep. up the two Full Line of L p-to-date Pictures, framed and unframed, and Pic-

Here gladdened last week by a goodTht still the drouth in Lee county blast and takes the place of the spoke I It could pave five miles of sidewalk ture Mouldings. Full stock of

6t\i\\. continues. Many of the seedling -,range and rim factory that was taken away with cement-$50,000.00. Farm and Harness and SaddlesExclusive
Orange City orange trees are I are likely to bloom now i.c-il from us.Ve should now keep our It could pave five miles of streets Turpentine Wagons, Buggies,
kofltng well. Saturday's rain was line out for parks and improvements with asphalt-$40,000.00. I!
June, while the chances for a spring
I sal. of the bt+t wagon! on t'arthtbe Stiki bkf.
& (treat help. i3 beings I vegetable crop is growing, less everyday along this line. Hold up the It could pay six more teachers for I And carry the very best line of High Grads Buggies an4 C Carriage
, } quantities of celery unless rain comes in a weer I hands of he City Improvement Association the high school at $CO per month I
li re-l from lakeland and bringing each$2.850.00. ,
< entire laillure. which has its hearts and its
the will an -
gekoi 1 ,r'res. so crop prove It could erect a monument in Ocala ; HJ"c-k. lill1 C'"ritrtat. I'letrr.
\ York Produce News. bands turned in the right direction.The :
,:. '.. J'rhianhht the tenth annual fair -;New I women composing this association -to Confederate soldiers-lO.OOi.OO. i i' Building hair Lahh, hID..{rig Paints and)
1 of Dade at Miami, closed after I could shoe factory in Ocala :
county I can not be given too much praise. It put a
& \< ry successful session. I Opposition Unjustifiable. I Ocala that would give 100 men employment Material uFintkTvRoofini! Oils
fourteen At the recent meeting of the! stnaI They are intent on giving a () ;: I
Armstrong shipped I!press association, held in Key West I vision of parks and landscape garden -$100,000.00. :tc'.

4 between :for the eighteenth tine Hon. T. J. Ap- ing which includes the beautifying of I It could start a buggy factory that Wall Paper AlaUastine and Ma;.:nite Wall Paint*.
the streets and drives and they havegot would give 50 men employment$25-
Florida Index,
Many Winter Garden orange grow-I!.e>ard. editor of the I 000.00.: all and give us a trial. :rWt: will not t* undersold and will plNtte
''at Late City was elected secretary ci the courage and the staying quay
fearful by the long drouthare would then have balance to
ere raa.le It a
Perhaps there is ities to keep away
the organization.
in Irrigation plants. $1S.S38.00. : Mclver & Mackay.
11 sting :' more popular nevspaper man In glorious improvements until a quickened help the poor '
.\ tar ('' sweet potatoes wag sl.l1pf"Om no Total-$ j .OOO.OO.
he conscience is awakened and re
than he is. Beside?
the :rate I
Pine Castle last week by The above article was handed in to
pd the of secretary of the form is realized. Ocala has withinits
\\'. Matrbett. It went to Atlanta. at '!jholds! state senate of Florida and a deter i grasp all the natural things of us in the Methodist church Sundayfor : -

The orange showing and grapefruit a wry good trees bloom !'mined I' effort is ben? made to defeat i iI earth to make it known as the pret publication. ', .N.1NN.NN1............ ..11N.NN...............
IA:S.) are The of thestate tiest city in.Florida, a little inspiration
i him for re-election. piess !
now tltbough they are late this year. I' served so long. nerve backbone and feminine Entertainment in the Near Future. !
which he has THEN USE
Arcadia x xS
leaving : WANT BIG IDEAL
trance packers to the are east coast to :his only remuneration eing the taste and skill will do the balance.Mr. CROPS FERTILIZED
and going
.. plaudit "well done" at the close of Mrs. Handley, assisted by her pupils -
., pak wgetables as the orange seasonU each session of their: organization and members of St. Philip's Altar OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU i
and Mrs. John W.Iartin., of
'J ocr.Xeirly bet ought to interest itself in his behalf, : Society will give an entertainment -: : ,
all the oranges have : Jacksonville, are guests at the Ocala ;"FLORIDA'EGETABLES"Acom IRIS POTATOES"-Dook a
and members ought to see their senator for the benefit of the Catholic !
.J shipped from Rockledge. but some! and insist on hU re'enticn in the House for several days. Mr. Martinis !church at the armory (day given la !' : pIete manual on Florida crops. "Soli Seed, Planting and onf
growers are holding their grapefruit position he has filled feo abi). We trust the grandson of Col. John :M. :Mar I ter.t tion, Erect of FertUtufI, Digging

for be'er prices. still be- this will be done and that he wil tin of this city and is a very popular I There will be several bright two- :"FLORIDA OR.\SGES"-Book of and Shipping." i

Oranges and grapefruit are This have no trouble in pulling through anright. young travelling man and has many I steps by the orchestra, pretty tableaux : special interest to orange grow "PISE.\PPLE FERTIUZISG"-ot
Wauchula. Miss
Inc. i.' ipped from friends in Ocala. His wife was
Tampa Tribune. vivants and representation of carni- era special Interest to pineapple
.eisons shipments from that sectionkV Lollie Pepper, of Lake City, and is a
, now Passed the 10.000 m 'k.Vro very charming young woman. Her val as in Rome. : grocers.

( vrs at Tatum Ridge Manatee Buff Rocks. marriage to Mr. Martin took place in : "FLORIDA WBERRIES"- 'IDE.\L FERTlUZERS"- Book

count, say prospects for an orango. Lake city about two months ago. I''itor Claude L'Engle'since moving r k1et on "Soil Varietlea Cui aU of our ditrerfBt brands. ana..,.
fiinest selected the state capital and getting;
but little bloom Pine strain of to 1 and Fertl1lzatioo. .
hre very dubious tivatlon ses. prices. etc.i
weatterCal.t. fowels. Eggs guaranteed to be fresh verj close in touch with the state cfficial.
account of the dry
shows .on C Mailing, of pear Kissimznw. and in the best possible condition for The Variety Store was so crowded .-. regards a fee of $20.000 as a i New and rented Edition 01 the above just publi.hed free for ..kiD(.
three acres of very fine Refugee hatching. 15 eggs guaranteed toetao Monday morning that they were compelled acre bagetelle, but that sum stU :
bringing him 1 hatching. 15 eggs BuS Rocks. $1.50; to close the doors from elevento look? mighty big to the "little cora-
very 15 Buff Orpington. $'.OO. twelve o'clock in order to keep the non people. We wonder if we shall 1 ,
He also has some eggs
1 'X good money. crowds out. This firm has built upa t.ref feed on meat that will make tVse I
fine lilsh potatoes.Vegetable that has all over look to like little mole f
-1 the east (Mrs.) W. L. MARTIN reputation spread huge sums us
coast are enormous.shipments Every from station In ::.2-tf Citra. Fla. the county. Ullsl ........................ ..........................


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[grow, but I think the greatest reaso "StittietiAn'l, ," ,tip htt"IlIt'IP$ (111'111" ,'

-I !for this growth is that our ptvpl of the IRlp tSrunwl\ J\III\ H (111.,111'
# school hltlWI\ ptttrlunsF'et} l'y Ml l; 11 ii
' of [ have learned to love their i
Marion County'sPublic Report I Itll.lt.hi.1\\\ with hlRt fnntit'!! Fitl'taha '
Supt las they do their home. Our peopl
interest in th' int.t more
Cam are taking ,
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to schools than ever before. alnu+bt: rat I
t 1 : of hi ) thltHP@lrot. \i\\M\\ "1'' IIcrtrtai ,t
Schools I State Board ;:,err child seems to be proud \\t lttth\ t' I I
I of school.
; Most respectfully, f\Uh\U" r.w UsIflttpr hllhm' 1lmll,. t., t hi' AND
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> i W. D. CARS,
here Awakens Greater I Count S'"t'f Irt\\th .tl'Il-.hllll; 11\' 'aft'
w System to Stay- Superintendent Marion >" :
I 1. ti. t\MdIt\% no \1'1111 +I.. 'I' .fIEN'S
;( a Interest--Finances in Good Shape. i it I' -A Poor Organ. cd tly it- '\MfII1"1 M< o "tflUthaln

L 1.JfJiJ. iT "''''_ 'U _. J".0..0'"' Dam isi the bile. That's wh:1tttr, I* etc oC lh > 11'1\,1\11'\ nutttelt
':" '_' : '_. -:- =-==-.. :' liver does if its torpid. Then they Ml+ tf ilea t'Itp 8\\lt 1\ 'I't'IIIII. I ''Iof "I '
overflows into the blood-poisons you the tf'nHI\. f:4111111o: "tII Masters'
f Hon. \V M. Holloway, State Supl. Special Tax Districts.We I system causing sick headache. Ml. CA"'fmi ileuta .l \ttnnl 1
Pub. Inst. have now thirty-two special iousness, sallow skin, coated ton$u"o II -------- .
I am glad! to give you the excellen tax dis'riets11 of these districtare sick stomach dizziness fainting: spoil HI B.
etc. Ramon's treatment of liver pill I THIS 1 3NOntM SAVING
condition of the schools in Marioi extending their terms to sereand : n and tonic pellets strengthens the \Un'rand

county and the rapid progress made eight months, and most of them makes it do its own work. IV- The fnUl\wtntt-- Bllupir h"I, wen.inixtttra .
within the past two years. are supplementing salaries in orde.THUS and cures these troubles. It :1M, I" gall h1 retlt"t'' 1111' 1"1111f _
Financial Condition.Our to secure more proficent teachers. The.,,-doesn't force. Entire treatment 2.:\ \ the"'ath&tu or \'II\'lIdl l Its' ueleltuee r--
;,total revenue from the special di: ;cents. Tyding's Drug Store. :. and IIH"u"t1wn I Ih' 1lIllIt"
school finances, both county
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tricts for the 1'JOS taxes will amoun I and b1"Mt'r.t'h' '1\Ihl" nil iuulntdtsor The Eff-Eff f Fechheimer
in good The for
and special district funds are place
!' to $lf,533.47. This amount is a !Meeting of the Weman's Christi" I \'ier't' tl \nk"1Iff'I" i lilt' '1\1:1
condition. Every summer about Sep the Union. of Hrt.ltr" disease: lquld' l l 1-\1. 1\1'1 "t
wonderful aid and assistance to Temperance fit like tailor-
of debt for the i Fishel Co. Suits They
tember, we are general county school fund. By the ,{\inI"H"'IW half ouuoi 111111"1111.1Kltm.
school fund, with abou j The Woman's Cbrisian Temt't'r.tnct'ICnton St
general ene "I\H'I' (\1\\1111,1\ rap
55,000.00 cash to the credit of the aid increased of the special term districts of school we fro have: of Ocala held a very hospitable' t.3rU1flnn' U\II\I"" tits h\ made. We also have a complete stockof "
fpecial district fund. A few of the our !meeting Wednesday at the olt'thoJistjchurch shaking\ well\\ \in a Kitthtuul t\\ In
districts are in debt for new build !:five teachers to practically holding eight second months and ; third from and while the sessions wen' I tt'tt ,x.'Iml1Ut"il aftvr run'.niit m' Negligee ( two-piece) Suits for Men
largely attended as it was hoped l1.ttUIt'\
ings, but their yearly income is suf not as
grade certificates to teachers holding; \\oll Known authonuingnxliruts +!.11." 'ha! andBoy's
A Men's
ficient to bring them out of debt good work was done by those tha and Boys and a full line
i first grade and state certificates the an main ofetabk ""J; ,
within a few years. As long as we I were present and it is thought tha .
Nearly all of our districts are levy extraction, and h.urnuuso. III. Pants ,
continue with out present school .!ing the full three mills special levy. the results of this meeting will b<' and can bo olitaiiunl at "mallC't"t ) Pants and Knickerbocker
board, I feel safe in saying that our !very far reaching. from any' good prosortptidtimacy ,,11:11
county will remain in a good financial 'Revenues.We I There was a meeting held in th' Th> who think Ih.Ita'" 'I for small Boys; also Boy's wash Pants.
condition. are now making a general levy: ;morning and another in the afternooi kidney tumble or with lanio hu'h or
board to on the county for school purposes of,presided over by- :Mrs. E. Van Hood .w'ak'bl.hhh'r or rhfunian-i 'tIllltl See our line of Straw Hats Belts and '
The uses every economy
i six mills, which gives about $25:! , keep the school out of debt, at the This, with the $10,000 harm can possibly follow liS" aullit Summer
W. T.
or $2C,000. i In the morning Mr. Gar Neckwear all latest styles.
in .
same time it is liberal everything I I said to do wonder for some' pro
from the districts and the state apportionments made a fne speech along temperane is ,

that Buildings Is absolutely and School needed.Grounds.As and the legislative ap. ;lines as did also Rev. W. H. Dodge. ;I'pie.-- -- \ : Underwear suitable for the season.A .
propriations for rural graded a: < :of the Presbyterian church.
a whole we have as good build schools, the eighty cent average I
high per i Their: remarks were followed by a
ings as can be found in the state.have For and the amount apportioned on 1 general discussion of the tempera"nl II I IT WILL complete line of Guyot and other popular makes of
the past two years our people ;
the valuation of property gives our
question, ways and means etc. Many
been very active in improving their county a total of about 45,000 for al: ;valuable suggestions were made. It Suspenders, all styles for Men and Boys. Suit Cases

school buildings and making tbem i school purposes per year. These legislative was decided to send oat county organizations PAV YOU and Trunks for traveling. Umbrellas to protect youR ,.

more comfortable.' the county Since school my board biennialreport the I appropriations mistake have withdrawany been a;- and the women of Ocala from rain and sun. Our line of Hosiery is complete]

district boards and the citizens, all :.most of grevious them. I hope the to appropria :and expect make to get strenuous together on efforts this tio question have If you have on hand to sell, or if )0'' Boy's Underwear; Waist and Blouse Waist. You

combined and have built a $3, UO.40 tions for rural graded and high Ocala line up in the dry coluaa. are thinking cf coming to Flor arc invited to inspect our line. It will give us pleasureto
house at Dunnellon, $1,000.00 buildingat schools can be increased to flOO They also expect to petition our I < < '* "*
i Reddick, another at Oklawaha, at [ 000. ida to make it your home, or show our stock. k v *
;representatives to pass a law prohibiting
Reddick, another that cost $lOuO at I
I Teachers. the send ng of liquors in dry I if you desire to investn
Buck Pond at Martel $GOO and Ockla- I
Our teachers are progressive a:di counties.
waha $500, and a100 colored : kind of Flor
i we have spared no effort to encourate At the afternoon session Mrs. C. any
building at Montague. Many build : then by better positions and bet- L. Bittisger read a very fine article ida pr ;perty,
ings have been newly painted and H. B. Masters
those teachers of Children
ter salaries. We find on the Home Trailing I
celled, and hardly have build TO
we a WRITE
I who remain in one place for several and Mrs. R. A. Burford read a splendid -
ing in the county for white pupils,
,pears to be much more proficient and article from the pen of Francis E. -.II
unpainted and not celled, and most i progressive than those who change; Willard. L _. __. .. u .
; of them well furnished.We ,: ii---r __.
r ;heir; places each year in the tope of J. R H. LIVINGSTON& SONS ',- := --- -- .-
are now buying nothing but 'securing $5 per month more in sal- !, National Educational Asscci.:1: ;io+t.
the patented single desk. We are
iry. Our teachers meet once in ev'ery -
making every effort to keep the six weeks in a one-day county as i The fiftieth anniversary of the National Re01 Estate Dealers.
school grounds in nice order and at sociation. The teachers all work in Educational Association will be I I

tractive. I harmony with one another, and with !field in Los Angeles, Cal July 2-12. Ocala, Florida r------- ,
t Schools. he superintendent and school board. t 1507.
: I
y The standard of our schools is certainty I The scarcity of teachers is becomng -I The association was to have met LAKE WEIR SAND & STONE CO.

better than ever before, and alarming all over the state. Last ; ast summer in San Francisco but af- I :.:: .......... NN Nt ,
Improvements can plainly be seen erm: we lacked at least half a dozen !ter her great disaster was postponed HKK \\1\IU\ FLA..
each year. We have now three senior :eachers: of having enough to fill allof land after some consideration the in-

high schools: Ocala, Dunnellon t our schools. The cause of this. I i ritation of Los Angeles for this sum- :i [N Rol y POlY : Dealer in Sand and Manufacturei of Artificial Stone. ..
and Mclntisb. We have five white II hink: is prosperous times the men ner has been accepted.An I
and two colored junior high schools: :can make more at almost anything extensive series of excursions : :1 ...-.er..e t .+...aealrtr
t' Citra Anthony, Fellowship Reddick I''E'lse, and few girls will teach schoolf will follow the convention. The rail- .
and Belleview, and the colored they can live comfortably at home. i oads of California offer special rates + .1 -. -- -- ,
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schools-Howard Academy and Fes- II The only remedy I see for this is o a great number of attractive pointsn ;1+ Two cups of flour 1-2 teaspoonful o
senden Academy. We have fifteen .more salary and full eight months' California particularly the many salt. 1 teaspoon .V. A. other schools well graded with the I the Pacific i.
erms. !vacation resorts along Powder
I Runford Baking :
full eight grades, but only with two There are a few teachers over the !oast. extending from San Diago to :j sift together rub in 2 tablespoons + ANNOUNCEMENT.
teachers each: Pedro and Weirsdale. state that are causing much trouble :San Francisco; into the Sacramento I: of butter, mix'with : ,
Last term we recei\"ed state aid as to school officials and patrons-they ; alley, to the Yosemite Park, and to milk to a soft dough, roll ,
follows: Senior high schools, $COO will accept a position in one county I various points in the Siskiyous; the ,: out 1-2 inch thick: spread j We have just purchased the \* a gun and Harnes bulueei of Urt.
each for Ocala and Dunnellon; jun- md then continue to apply for positions -!Coast] Range and the Sierra Nevada '. with a little soft buter I S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of good eteijr-
ior high schools, $360; each for Citra in other counties until they se- ; nountains. Especial cars will! he tak- : sprinkle thickly with seed- : thing that Is needful to make it COMPLETE LINE In every roat of
Mclntosh Fellowship, Blitchton and'I :ure a place at five or ten dollars per in to spend a part or all of their \a<*a + ed raisins, then with 2 ta- the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm {Wagoa on the market
the colored schools; Howard Academy month more and then refuse the first ion at he beautiful seaside or moue. : blespoons of sugar; roll up, : ; also several makes of Pu git>a. nHi i and Fessenden Academy rural i' dace without excuse or California. of vehicles either of which
; accepted any ain resorts of inch ends together, lay on + ve stand ready to fully g trm tr?.
". graded schools, $200 each; Belleviewand i i eason, and often only a day or two I 1
: pie plate buttered, and :
Reddick. ':before their first school was to have High Grade Bug 'ies. Serviceable Carriages
i Other Ocalaites in Tampa.In steam 30 minutes; dry off i )
Last term the following schools iopened. The legislature should pass Unexcelled
: in oven 30 minutes. Servewith o Wagons, Harness,
n made the SO per cent. average attendance i.la law to rid the state of this class mentioning the various Ocala
i. cream or liquid sauce. Robes Etc.
for theregular county term and:of teachers. people who are now residing in Tarn- A Lap Etc.

were extended two months by the I Attendance. pa> several days ago, we failed to men- 1 1I. +
state: Charter Oak, Pine Level, Hurricane Our school attendance is still grow- jtion Mr. Hal. G. Eagleton. He has I. Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.
Pond, Linadale, Ocklaw aha, : ng; we thought last term it had .been living in that city for the past C
Oak Hill, Mayville, Fort McCoy Mar- cached high water mark, having everal; years and is engaged in the !: 'Phone : We are Always In Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate! Competition. e s

tel, Ebenezer Electra. Weirsdale, node the largest increase in any :,eael estate business and is doing / We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckorv Turpentine .

Martin, Flemington and the colored: ear in its history, but from the present veil.Mr. ii 0. K. GROCERY R [ II and Farm Wagon.Knight .
schools Christian, Freestone, Montague : indications the attendance will be" and Mrs. G. A. Petteway for- .
and Mount Royal. The total nuch larger this year than last. I tier citizen of Ocala. are now resi--
schools was $1.410, law providing aid ittribute this to a number of reasons I I lents of Tampa. Mr. Petteway is : for Cook Book Free ; I & Lang

; f i' based on the property valuation oft : Everything is prosperous and :operating largely in naval stores ands +.1 1 tM '.1t ,

: the county, gave Marion county growing; and it would be unnatural : fact becoming one of Florida's .N.N .N.NN.NN.N.. ,i L county $905.25. 'at this time for the schools not to wealthiest citizens. I E

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ii"! r UR BUYER has just returned from New York City, where he selected the 4
; !:.. largest and best line of goods ever carried by us. VN.k .

{ Without fear of misleading the trutt, we say that we have the largest and most W e

; t. I i t complete assortment of Embroidery in Ocala, also the largest line of popular priced

W.. t\t1 Dry Goods and Dress Goods. i'N

F,. When you consider quality and prices our line of Laces and Ladies' Muslin Underwear

': will appeal to you. ;1\

':, I We have been in business only two years, and we believe that in this time we S e II' LJ\S

:; f. have made the best success of any firm that ever embarked i.n business in this city. (1"1

f The members of this firm are the youngest business men in Ocala, and both are

t, f determined to grow, according to the patronage! they have: enjoyed since their beginning D l\'i

t: 11 it seems as if some day in the near future they will become the greatest mer- \S

": chants in Marion County So for, we have exceeded our expectations. Our sales f

: m: are increasing daily which shows that the public is appreciating the values we ofler.We 0 r ,. i

<.,. !VI sell nearly everything, and everything we sell must be satisfactory or your v.'I :

t: refunded without
: money a question.We .

:' F t ffl are here to stay and we need your patronage so that we can give better ,g '

", values.

a n"rnnr Special sales every Monday, and its on these days that you can double your CtsIi l

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;; t hi Hoping to be favored by a visit from you, we remain, \I,

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Fla., Feb. 20, 1907. I I PINE LUMBER COMPANY.

Notice is hereby given that on he I i Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -I t -

I 31st day of March, A. D., 190;, I as Trustees of the Special I I The undersigned, intending and proposing

' '!' nlwTOa CURE county judge in and for Marion coun I i Marion County, State cf Florida (otherwise -!der the general laws of the State of! I

0 '1Lel"i' ty state of Florida, at his office in known as Ocala School District -I j Florida relating to the organizationof .1 i I

SAITSICKw t im n sI rr;'c: Ocala in said county, for an order au- i ) will, during the next regular ses- corporations for profit, hereby make I I

'"t RRttithhwtatCM+ar G.S T* s!t.t1' TMtb4IMTOtr,[ authorizing me as guardian of the minor ision of the Legislature of the State 'and publish the following articles of 1
r+RMQ fOS OlSCASC IK SICCX,OF AiTltCHHAN MlJs1StiISAO heirs of the estate of R. Y. Lanier jot Florida, and sixty days after the : incorporation and proposed charter: f
'. [ [MIItIAJ AYi4+Itj1MMR11:1: Y1;RCtS and E. V. Lanier, deceased, to 'date! of this advertisement and the : I.
(lit CVi I**TRlAlMJ Si'gl Yct+ sell at private sale the following property publication thereof according to law, I The name of the corporation shall 'iJ 'f r1I 1
met 25 CENTSaPUrwt ', belonging to said estate, to-wit: \|apply to the said Legislature for the be PINE LUMBER COMPANY, and 1
KRS+tItS attAlD+vZSTS: tfIbleCi: 'I9 cv Northeast quarter of southwest enactment of a law. or laws, the object the principal place of business shall 4

jJ !quarter and south half of southwest and substance of which will be be in the city of Ocala, Marion County -

jj. quarter of section 9. township 15 to empower the said Special Tax I Florida and at such other places ..
-- ,south, range 22 east; and north half |School District to provide for and to :as the Board of Directors may se- .,

j. :of northwest quarter of section 16, ;;issue bonds or certificates of indebtedness -ilecc.

THE TURPENTINE MARKET. ;township 15 south, range 22 east : not exceeding in amount the I II.

I excepting, however, from the above (I sum of Ten Thousand Dollars $19-- I The general nature of the business I

Receipts Made Smaller by Dry, Hoi !lands the following described tracts, l 000.00)) the proceeas of which to be to be transacted is, to conduct a saw I I'I

Weather-Trees Need MoistureIn to-wit: commencing at the southwest used to liquidate present indebtedness mill business, buy, acquire, lease, own

Order to Run Freely-Us- corner of the northwest quarter of II of said School District and to erect, :mortgage sell and dispose! of mills. I II
northwest quarter of said section 1C, |repair, enlarge, equip and otherwise milling plants and all other property II I
in Values Inciijnt '
> I
uaJ1 rop thence north on section line ";}.20 I enlarge and increase the facilities of 'necessary and advantageous in carry I

.! ..& .to Opening of chains, thence east C.CO chains thence :the school buildings and property of :ing on a saw milling business, including !,

Season Seems at south 19.23: chains, thence east 3.13 !aid District. : lands and timber and timber I i

Hand. :chains, thence south 3.5 chains thence I B. A. \.YEA TIlERS.I i rights and personal property, and to 'I 1 ir t I
'east 2.19 chains thence south 3.45; chs. I> J. E. CHACE engage in such other business as is

The time sterns to be at hand for to quarter-quarter section line thence \\". T. GARY. I not inconsistent with the general purpose -I j
:west 11.91 chains to point of beginning :Trustees Ocala Special Tax School of this organization and not in
the Usual decline that comes with the and excepting also tract commencing !! District. 2- 2-St I violation of the laws of the State of FOUR SAILINGS EACHrEEK I

laovt-ment of the new crop and thelyfOfpeethe at a point :37.93; ; chains west of i I I Florida and the United States.III. .

arrival of continually increasing .,northeast corner of Alvarez Grant in''ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF BETWEEN
\township 15 south rungs 22 east i: FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS The amount of capital: stock! author-

supplies. Buying: at the ex !thence north 5S0 feet thence: west 3'JO: i i CHARGE.: :ized is the sum of Thirty Thousand
Jacksonville and New Vork]
bUng prices would necessarily be in (feet, thence south 300 feet thence I' Dollars, which will be divided into
three hundred shares of the value -
'east 2oo( feet, thence south 2SO feet Notice is hereby given that on the par
a very small way to meet little presslag I' II' I of One Hundred Dollars each
i iI
No orders Ito Silver Springs hard road thence 8th day of May, A. D., 1907.:> ;' .
large I
requirements. and will be in
least 100 feet to point of beginning; !I[the undersigned wiil present his paid by a conveyanceto Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
in from abroad or at home the corporation by II. L. Anderson .
rill come ,said lands situate, lying and being in :'final accounts and vouchers to Joseph :..:: ll1a.' SZ.\2S'S! I:: :EZ irS!'T'S:,:::::..
\iBtil there is the usual drop in quo Marion Florida. ;as Trustee of certain lands timber,
county !|Bell, county judge Marion county, I .
timber mill and outfit ---- -- --- -
tattoos. As Ute receipts; are likely to I Said lands belonging to the estate :Florida at his o:ice at Ocala. and rights saw ,

lacrtasifrom nov on. it is quite jot the said R. Y. Lanier and E. V. ,I make final settlement and apply! for !milling outfit, and personal property I CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I NESJacksonville
connection with in the
used in and
probable that a downward movement Lanier, deceased, to be sold for the !i final discharge as administrator of op-
will begin with the coming week. I best interest of said minor heirs. :estate of J. Porter S.nith. deceased. eration of a saw mill, the just valuation -" FkF.IGH7'.1 k :ICE Br I'WH-
of which is fixed bthe
: hereby
This 2Sth day of February, 19 7.M. I I November 2. 10'jC. Boston and Providence
wbieh will bend values off a few incorporators ,at the sum of Thirty ,
I V/. LEE, T. N. SMITH, and all Eastern Points.
Tbl.n"iU come the openingof :Thousand Dollars.
cents. I
i :3-l-3t-; Guardian. !As Administrator of the Estate of J.
the spring demand and actual trade: I i Porter Smith, deceased. 11-2-Cm IV. I Calling at arle-tcn! BothVa>-.
I -
The term for which this corporationshall
conditions wil spee.llly regulate
i exist is twenty-five years.V. I
*. I'nlest.! the factors have com- PANY. I i NOTICE.:: .

ple4ely4: misunderstood the crop sifu-'I I From LeWis' Wharf, Bsstan: ,
business the shall
ation1* the conditions have beenmisrepreseutrd A special meeting! of the slocki i 1 As per the requirements of the con- be The conducted by a Board company of three directors I Northbound. . . . . Frcm foot Catharine St., Jacksonville
to them there would i holders of the Port Inglis Terminal :stitution of Florida, notice! is hereby
a President a vice President:
Company will be held at the office of given that the board of commissioners River
seem to be no reason why prices [ ;: : county and General Manager: and a Secretary Clyde St. Johns Line.
I Ithe Company Rockwell, Florida on of Marion county, -Florida.I .
fchould not hans around seventycents. and Treasurer and the businessof
I Wednesday, April 3rd. 1907. I will apply to the next ensuing legis-
referred to the un- the company will be conducted by Between Jacksonville
has and
be Hex lew SanfordStjppiig
for the of for !
;,at 12 o'clock noon purpose lature of Florida special! legislation -
Robert J. President J. G.
T willingness of producers to sell fu5 -'I voting oa the following proposition I to legalize and validate all warrants ; I at Palatka \s. 3eresfrd Telaai -
Culpepper, Vice-President and General : ::, ( ) asi hterLasdirjs ...eiati
tures to any extent at C3 or Cl cents namely: j issued by the board of county 1
Manager: and William C. Knight, St. iss Sirer.SouthBound 1
i 4sj.Ing that they share with the fac-; To increase the capital stock of the:|commissioners of Marion countFlor.- Secretary and Treasurer, until those I / ea :

tors in the belief in a smaller crop I said company: flora $1,0')0.0)1)> to $2-: :'|ida for work and materials in constructing elected! at the first election shall I -- -- -- _
: the courthouse at Ocala SCHEDULE North-Bound
and continued higher market than I 000,000. be qualified; the officers of this company
last spring and summer.In i Rock'vell Florida, February 19, i Florida, for county purposes.; shall be elected at a meetingto I Read down. Read up. j

1907. | John L. Edwards. Chairman.J. ,: be held at the offices of the Com- Leave 3-30 p. m.. . Jacksonville . . Arrive 2 00 a, m.
rosins the pale graves water HUGH BARKER D. President. N.. M.A. Mathews Fort, !pant on the first Tuesday in January I Leave 84" p.m. . . Palatka . . .Leave S 00 p. m.
iof! each year.
white, \\"lnllowgl:1s: and N, are simply Secretary. 2-22 C.V.. Turner i VI. I Leave 3 00 a.m, . . . Astor . . .I..ene:1O: p. m.
In values before
waiting for a drop :i S. R. Pyles. Commissioners. i The highest" amount of indebtednessor I . . .Beresford (DeLand) . Leave 1 00 p. m.

any activity in trade !in them will STANDARD & HERNANDO RAILROAD I::-15 liability to which the corporation I Arrive 8 30 a. m. . ? .Sanford . . leave 9 30 a. m.
assert ttt t.f.! The whole of these COMPANY. I Ii i
i i(can at any time subject itself is the I Arrive 1000a. m ? . Enter prise . Leave 1000 a. m.Passenger I
three top grades have been posted I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. : sum of Thirty Thousand Dollars. ,

'stead)'. Indications point to a probable i A special meeting of the stockholders i VI.

j drop the coming week of 15 to of the Standard & Hernando Rail : Department of the Interior, Land Office i i The names and residences of the '

25:t cents, which may tend to stimulate I road Company will be held at the office at Gainesville, Florida Feb. I I subscribers, and the amount of capital and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.F. / .

i inquiry and! set the wheels of businessIn I of the Company in Rockwell, I II 4. 19n7. stock: subscribed by each subscriber I ---- ------

motion for the new crop. The hot, Florida, on Wednesday, the i| is as follows: M. IRONMONGER, JR., A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla.

f wvarSer is affecting receipts,but I 3rd day of April, 1907, Notice is hereby githat Mary Robert J. Knight, Tampa, Florida, JOHN PENDREL, T. P. A., A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A.
1 dry at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of i Calhoun. widow of Dred H. Calhoun, :230: shares.
E there sJl, of course, be the swelling voting on the following proposition: deceased of Martel. Fla.. has filed notice William C. Knight Crystal River. Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R., New York.

.. volume of pales from now on inci- To increase the Capital Stock of I" of her intention to make final I Florida 40 shares. io. H. TAYLOR, Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN, Gen'l. Pats. AgL, j

';cent to the opening of the new n:1\'all said Company from $200,000 to $;;00.- :five year proof in support of her claim, J. G. Culpepper Silver Springs, 290 Broadway, New York. I'

f stores( year The first drop in values, I viz: Homestead entry No. 29,434, made !'Florida, 10 shares. L. D. JONES, T. F. A. L S. SCROBLE, C. A.

t RC-emlntjly at hand is expected to;I 000.To amend the charter provision lime i December 19. 1S99, for the east half I Witness! our hands and seals this Jacksonville. Fla. Leesburg, Fla.
market 1 iting the amount of indebtedness or 'of northeast quarter section 30 township |the Sth day: of March 1907.
bring the exporters into the liability to which the said Corpora 15 south, range 21 east and that ; ROBERT J. KNIGHT, (seal.'ILLI.UI .) I W. G, COOPER, jr., F. A, CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A. '

for supplies for early shipments tion snail subject itself by increasing !said proof will be made before Clerk i \\ C. KNIGHT, seal) Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R., New YorkeC.

i abroad, and then the domestic demand such amount from $150,000 to $500-; Circuit Court at Ocala Fla., on !1 J. G. CULPEPPER. (seal) I P. LOVELL, Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.,

'I is expected to assert itself and become 000 and, I April 5, 1907. I ,

a strong factor in sustaining To amend the charter provision lime I She names the following witnesses ; State of Florida I ,
II --- -- -- ----- --- --- -- -
values. The trend of opinion as to itinb the number of Directors of said i to prove her continuous residence County of Marion, I

1: pales and turps is the average trad- Company to 5 by increasing the same upon, and cultivation of the land, viz: Personally appeared before me the !
Elijah Collins of Martel. Fla.: J. J. undersigned authority, Robert J.
nextSaturday. 7.
Ing basis the coming year closing to *
waterwhite Rockwell Florida February 19th i Mobley, of Martel. Fla.: Henry Williams Knight and J. G. Culpepper to me I Sl'HSCMPTIOXS PATAIILK ADVAXCK
Factors expect I 1907. ,.. of Martel. Fla.; Will Marion, well known to be the individuals described j --- -
f to rule around the $GO mark espec- JOHN L. INGLIS, of Martel, in and who signed and executed -!

J tally if their reports of a considerably t RALPH BARKER President. Fla.HENRY S. CHUBB. the foregoing proposed charter,

diminished production i is sustained by, Secretary. 2.22 I 2-22 Register. and each acknowledged the execution

receipts Lower grades have advanced thereof for the uses and purposes i OURCLUBLIST i

4 In \ luc this week, as will be seer NOTICE NOTICE. :therein set forth and expressed.
I i Given under hand and seal ol I
from trklal daily prices and the de < my
I wand & barrel offered. Of Application for Tax Deed Undet Notice of Application for Tax Deed office this 8th day of March, 1907. -- -- --
) every
Section S of Chapter 4SSS Laws I My commission expires 7th day ot
Throughout the week spirits turf Under Section 8 of Chapter 4SSS, I I
Laws of Florida.
pentane remained firm at 74 3-4 cents
\\.1 i (seal.)
Fitly small sales at 75 cents on Thurs Notice is hereby given that W. : H. M. HAMPTON
'' day, but not enough to change the of Clyatt, purchaser of tax certificateNo. I I Notice i is hereby given that Luke Notary Public State of Florida. I

tidal quotation. Yesterday the mark 9S2, dated June 1, 1903 and Nos. i I Kirklan, purchaser of tax certificatesi '

... .'I Tf would probably have been at 7cents : 225S and 2323, dated the Cth day of I I i Nos. 417. 421, 420 and 422, dated the State of Florida, I II I

but for the unexpected arriva August A. D., 1900. has filed said certificates I I first day of July, A. D. 1901, has filed I County of Citrus, WEEKLY
in office and has made said certificates in office and has: the'
of a lot of 81 casks of spirits from my I my Personally appeared before me, m l
Fernandina which made the total re application for tax deed to issue certifi in II I made application for tax deed to is :undersigned authority WILLIAM '

celpta posted yesterday 396 casks, accordance with law.following Said dE'scrih-1:sue in accordance with law. Said certificates ,C. KNIGHT to me well known to be THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The SemiWeekly .
cates embrace : embrace the following described one of the parties described in and
more than the five previous days al situated in Marion coun : Jacksonville Times-Uni 1.ilOI
I ed property I property situated in Manorcounty who executed the foregoing proposed 1.I4 one year
together. This shipment from the Florida, to-wit: I acknowledged the exec
ty charter, '
''Florida port was made to Savannah I' South half of lot 25, S. & D. ad. Florida, to-wit: Lot 4, blocS lots'ution of the same for the uses and purposes \ TIlE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Thrice- ,
and south by SO lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5 of block 12 .1 I
refusal ol'buyers 60 feet north I forth and expressed.
lit U stated because of the land therein set a-Week New York World 1.63:
one . .$
Vrt year
to take, it unless at a 50 cent feet east and west in southeast corner ,12, 3l and 7. block 13. all in Benedict .
4 block 26, N. S. S. and -IG'' in township 13, south, range and seal of '
I reduction per cask, owing to the casks. lot east side lot 3, i!Heights Given under my hand !: THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Weekly
and west on 1907.
east of ,
de:feet 21 east. office this Sth day
$betas of white oak. The factors value ol i Reardon's Middletown lots all in city i The said land being assessed at the My commission expires 10th day of Atlanta Constitution: : one year . . .1.73

icllned to accept this lower of Ocala! Fla. of such certificates 1909.
|one cent per gallon, and forwarded it The said land being assessed at the I date of in the the issuance name of J. H. Crosby, (seal) N. BARCO. Vr; THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER: and The AtlantaSemiWeekly
Ito this market for a purchaser. 'date of the issuance of such Notary Public State of Florida. Journal car.1..a
The &k's receipts outside of this, in the name of C. C. Hicks, Mrs. H. C. Bolton and parties un j:. : one

i fdlvertil shipment were exceedingly; B. H. Hodges and shall unknown.be redeemed Unless: :,known.be redeemed Unless according said certificates to law.shall tax NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY i *$ THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Com.rI
: small, but 4S6 casks, average daily according said to law tax deed will issue deed will issue thereon on the 23rd FOR LETTERS PATENT. f, moner ((11'. J. Bryan's Palletclue' ) Jcar. ..1.5OIt (

Pts of but Set casks. 1 thereon on the 9th day of April, .\. !day of April, A D., 1907. NOICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ihai
WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo
D., 1907. ; official signature and 1907. the 'Sij
r& Witness my the ICth day of April \

t\ I the. it same is said as last will year.average In some up),seal Witness this the my 7th official day of signature March, A.and D., I I,seal this the 20th day of March, A. D.,, ,on undersigned orable N. B.will Broward.apply to Governor the Hon of VJ Blade Weekly( ) one year . . . .1.50;

[ectlons conditions are somewhat bet 1907. T. S1STRUNK, 1907.seal) S. T. SISTRlTXK.I 'of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee. THE OCALA WEEKLY TiANNER and The Savan-

,ter while Alabama! on others has suffered wor&e. more It is from saicthat \Clerk(sean Circuit Court S. Marion County:3-8: I I Clerk Florida.Circuit Court, Marion County 3.22 ::Florida foregoing,"* for proposed letters charter.patent upon the (L I l !.;ah Weelvh! l News, one year. . . .$1..:;

Inability to secure labor than either Florida. !I This 13th day cf March. 19fti.<>


J jeeoUy enacted a vagrant law that is LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S I LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S :3-15; J.WILLIAM G. ClLrPEPPER.NOTICE ,
ffcteiulwl to reach idle negroes :I

i fore* them to work. It is understood I FOR PUBLICATION.
be rigidly enforc Noaice is hereby given that on the Notice is hereby given that on the THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and TIleaily Savannah
'that this law is to
II A. D.. 1907. I willapply of April. A. D. 1907. I will apply .
1st day
..ed. Conditions will be benefitted verymaterially 17th day to of Honorable April Joseph Bell to Honorable Joseph Bell. County Department of the Interior Land Feb Oi. I iJ News, one year . . . .. .$12.50;

in all likelihood. Georgia us county judge in and for Marion. :Judge in and for Marion county State fice at Gainesville 4. 1907., Florida. i (Hi, >> THE OCALA DAILY BANNER and The Daily
has similaragrancy! law. at his office his office in Ocala in
a : of Florida, Jof Florida, at
lax.-Sa' county, state 1 Jacksonville T Times-Union one year. . .$12.50
for an crder authorizing ,
rr"llent: has: ben very in Ocala. in said county said county for an that DOUT-

nah Xaval Stores Review. "order authorizing Wm. Preston me. as Holly guardian to sell of me tine Brooks as guardian and Nannie of the Brooks minors., to Ernes-sell I lass Notice Gillard! is hereby of Biitchton.given Fla.! has iltJ THE OCALA DAILY BANNER: and The Dailyt.-

Rheumatic Pains Relieved. :the at private minor sale the following described at private sale the following propern'belonging fled notice of proof his intention in support to of maketinsi hip; iN lanta Journal one year . . . .3.50

i property belonging to said minor to minors to-wit: The N. five viz year: Homestead entry No. 29- Journal i( including Sunday( >, one 'ear. .$10.00
3SOld 38 59 and CO claim, 1
half of lot 4 of block 1-2 of Lot 57 and Lots ,
( B. F. Crocker, esq.. now S4 justice yearsof I to-wit Survey: South of Ocala! Marion count, : in town of Martel. 913, made April 27 1900 for the south- I :J THE: !: Of'M.A DAILY \NNCR and Atlanta Daily
for twenty years southwest
age ; "' Said land belong'ng to the said minor -, cast quarter of quarter ... '
Iowa '
fcf the at MartinsburR. Florida. I township! 14 south, range I
peace ,'m.i the bestinterest section 12.
said \ sold for
with i' to the children to be
Uritw: "I am terribly and Said land be sold for the best of said minors. 19 east, and that said proof will b" "' 'iY"' Hz.: ..1.j% '. 3222f 22Srnn v.ta\ raiES5maaHW
left arm Holly to
latlsm in my Preston Circuit Court, at
tclatlc r :ut i 1907. made before Clerk
right iji l haH used three bottlesof interest of said minor. I This the 28 JOHN day of II.February.BROOKS Ocala, Fla., on .1.1.! untSCKlPTIOXS PAYAP IX ADYX'K\

.. CJl' hberlaln's Pain Balm and it I This 7th day ofaLEhHOLLY. I Guard' :. April 5, 1907. _
all 3-1 --
by -- -- - -
sale --
raeVs For I -
did of good. Guardian. i i. i iii He names the following wancs.esto : .
11 .H i
'druggl t*. m 3-S-5t I'f NOTICE. prove his continuous residence (j Address AH Orders
of the land viz.
CE I and cultivation
Fin Brood Marc: TAX PAYER'S-- The Central National Bank, of Enoch, James of Blitchtcn. Ha.: Jr- THE OCALA BANNER

and county tax hooks Ocala, located at O*;1h. ia the Stateof don hail: of Blitcbton. F'a.; Grant i ,
a car loft 1 : The state and All of Blnehtoa! Fla.; Frank P.:>O:,
We have Just gotten in will close on March :30, : Florida, is closing its affair Morton:: ,
i ever bro.gM ;for 190G monthof I creditors of of BUtchton. F.a. OCALA. FLORIDA.
!of toe finest brood mares closed daring the note hclders and other l't
lo the stale aul to see them Is to aa- :will remain enable rue to make up the the association, are the fore hereby HENRY S. CHUBB, .: 'I ---
'lirtre them. We will sell them at April list, as the law requires. !notified! to present the notes and other 2.22 Register. );
w Seryjva!+ora''!le prices. Come y.d andt :' delinquent tax claims for payment. ,! ':!\ .1 i ;. ;. srwinpTioxs: PA YAHLI: ix Ain \\XCK
. loot*then f:..- a? E. I. C.\R\E.Y. T. T. v'NHOF All that tae farmers want just COT "

, MARION FARMS ST.\ LES, .g Tax Collector.. I 2-22-St:!:! President.! is a good, long uninterrupted rain: : :'I-.w::; l3W DiI
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j :
J. A. Boinler
L. E. Lang
i An ache in the back and a pain in the i Texas Story of a Shaft Piled With A. Spencer

j I head- : Skeletons Of Unknown Miners. I t
|A choke in the throat and a yearning !i -
j for bed- i i j It is reported that in the Frio Mountains ; Announcement
Hardware '
Marioi) CoiQpaqyj I i That's the: grip. ';, about twent '-five miles south

I i I lof here an ancient Spanish mine has !
the splendidly equipped
'!< i shiver of heat then a shiver of cold
' IIA feeling of being three hundred i!''which is supposed to be the long lost : machinery plant of the Yon e and Cline Company,

HEADQUARTERS I years old, : Saba gild and silver mine described I and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and
" !iA willingness even to do as you're ,, by tradition as of fabulous rich-
f I toldThat's ,ness. adjoining counties. We make a specialty of retiring; .|

the grip. j Many expeditions hate gone in steam gas engines: etc.
; American Wire Fencing, I' "! I pumps I
.search of tms mine. Tradition says .
Let us quote you prices.Ocala :
I Sash, Doors and Blinds An arrow of pain now in this place]I'that more than one hundred men were I
now in that- !'employed in it, and that they were :

, Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, That's the grip.A jail j massacred by Indians who COn'ri Gas EngineCompany
4 / feeling of doubt as to where y oti s i ed the shaft and effaced all evidence
- .
, I
; Mill and Mining Supplies, atThat's 'of its existence.

P the grip. :i i j. The story of, Chambers discovers .
Turpentine Snpplies, IS that he explored the mine in co.it'pony -
A stupid sensation-or course, wholly ; with several other men. T1"Y! :
L. .. "H.-Y """,," "' !, :asqp
Improved Farming Tools new, '!'discovered that the shaft opened into : :: =: r..z.-: ;;: .1 ;'

'|L\ foolish depression-why e-'-* vv't 'a large chamber at a depth of on't20 \
t ..
L: GET OUR PRICESHardware I feel blue? feet from the surface. In this chamber j --
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:A doubt as to whether this really is wag a pile of skeletons, number-

:| ling eighty human beings. They were
i i youThat's the grip. (supposed to be the remains of the mi-

Marion C0I11J8IlYl I !luers killed bthe- Indians. In the i McMillan Bros. *
,Strange visions at night that deprive ![;same compartment were found many

, you of restThat's i ancient tools. More than fifty guns

l r -;i the grip. ;of ancient make were also found. Southern Copper Works

:A taste in your mouth, a weight on I j Acording to tradition there were I fI
......N.................. ...NNNN4.0..i....+9F + j your chest- 'I'several hundred thousand dollars in I

i| That's the grip.A ,gold and silver stored at the mine at
Manufacturers of Siills
i BIGAIL HOUSE. : I Turpentine
F OCALA'S ORDER the time of the attack by the Indians.

F .. +. tired sensation that runs through ;!Chambers; and his companions did not I and General Metal Workers.

i your veins, ,find this bullion.

i i1 i queer combination of aches and of i i In a canyon near the shaft the ruins I --- ---- -
I pains, !'of the ancient smelting furnaces o"-j I
r I Old Stills taken in for
exchange new ones. Patching
H JG.o A vapid admission of absence of erated in connection with the mine i
through the a specialty. Orders by mail or
i j brains ,'were found. The ruins of the old ore!f| : country

i That's the, grip... :crusher were also standing. j ji wire will receive prompt attention at either} of the

J. : : j i The re-discovery this mine has! following works -
Having purchased the saloon property formerly ,A marvelous weakness comes on in a I'!:produced excitement throughout: this i

" i operated by W. J. McGrath and made many im- : i day- |!!:part of the srate. Mr. Chambers has: FAYETTEtflLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA

provements on same, I am now prepared TO handle o I A petulent "wonder, "How long will it i j staked several claims adjacent ',"'I.' j; JACKSONVILLE, FLA MOBILE. ALA
: stay? "property, and other mining pro,p{'(-
mail orders with the The
greatest facility. large va- ;
I !
o grip. tors have gone to the locality. and ,: I
riety of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc., now 'I all of the land several miles surronnl!- :

t carried enables me to fill the order of everyone on !i A season of fever, a season of freeze j ling. the mine is being prospected for i !
> IA quivering weakness tats felt at mineral.j :
: short notice. The premises are now fitted especially I
up .I your knees j According to the old records thtjSpaniards' -.
: for this class of the business, and your orders will : Say, if ever there was a cussed disease -j!I, took more than :3!.flljU.IIUtl'of .

: be filled the same day they are received and shipped : !I ;I ore out of the mine during the years Ocalo House Wine Roonjs.

44 Its the gripSomerville'journal. that they worked it. Charles L. Disi )
: on the first train. In your next order include : i
6Hogan's o iI nowity, of Boston Mass., made s o locate the San Sal.
eral efforts to amine
XXXX TRY t jtrH--
Rye + How to Remain Young. : many years ago. It is said that r

he spent more than $lo.i lfI(1 in Mi:-

0 The Best Goods on the Market 4*> To continue young in health and fortune-hunting expedition, bt :n
strength do as Mrs. X. F. Brown, McDoaohugh .vain. OLD flLLEGHARy
Ga.. did. She "Two tIn
4V says: the early fifties John Floras ,. :
G. D HOGAN :bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of :
: Mexican, of Monclova. obtained a
3 chronic liver and stomach troubles, :
complicated with such an unhealthy copy of the musty record concerningthe

t Ocala Florida ** condition of the blood that my skin mine and, coming to San Antonio.! PURE RYE.
O turned red as fiannel. I am now outfitted an expedition to search for'it. '!

i. practically twenty years younger than At that time the Comanche Indians !
before I took Electric Bitters. I can were raiding the country west '

P 4V Oiliest; Wiistey) ( House in Central Florida. ** !now in do my all my husband's work with store.ease" Guaranteed and assist -- ,':of San Antonio and Senor Flores wasj i I

warned that he would be risking the
at Tydings & Co.. drug store. Put -
t 0 : 4 full
44..+....444+.4.4444o4+.' t..44444 .. Price 5u cents. m .1 lives I of himself and bis men if he I up \.
t, ,entered the region where the mine I .,-;

.-,.-....-. -- ----- -bi Easter.Frth. was;I said to be located. I in Fancy Cartoons }

j He laughed at these warnings, and,

!! 'lowers, new garments, the :accompanied by six men and two I
V 'teams went in search of it. lIe was I at
Easr-'r linnet, the game of ball, leap- your
alive although .
never seen again re-
ing bonh >. feasting, dancing, lovemaKing -
ports have it that he reached the location
Easter chimes, wedding bells, Express Office
of the mine and was set upon
cATJ' altars decorated with blooming plants
: and l killed by the Indians before lie
: ;u; ; ; = rapers stay! palms, out of the black
could return to civilizaticn and report
soil rhr pure: : white lily with the heartof '
PEPPERS his find.-Texas cor. in N. Y. Sun. Hr O
gohi, all proclaim in varied ways l.p.Regular .
beautiful of and
fheanie story joy f
The winter is Theme 1 fI Cause cf Stomach Troubles.
gladness past.
MOUNTAIN HERB5 of singing of birds has come. -. ;! $1.00 a Quart Whiskey write fOI

., When a man has trouble with nis ;
Allemiah! Christ the Lord is risen
stomach you may know that In- Is t.al'j 1
indeed complete Price list.
'ing more than he FhnuM III' of WIPU-
: : Natlll e's Own Remedy II For Nature's In almost every country the egg!'article of food or drink\ not Milled 10''
DiseasesA stands first on the menu as the appro- his age or occupation, or hut Ins
at.. thing for breaking the long i bowels :
pr are habitually < sure, safe, lasting cure for Constipation. Biliousness Dyspepsia. Rheu fast. i Chamberlain's. Stomach and I.HIT Wine Rooms.
matism. Kidney troubles' Indigestion et;. It is! purely vegetable positively This i is! a special feature of the re- ,::Tablets to regulate tin boot-N ami L
contains neither alcohol jnercury nor calomel Write for valuable medical information !
(free) if you suffer from any symptoms of the above named disorders iigious observance of the day in many :improve the diRt-tUnn and MV If tin- fie.\LA. FLORIDA.
trouble, does not diKii|>inr, Aeth fur
of TCP Catholic or Proya.Slacoun- ;
Six Month's Treatment $1.00 :" orlioueyltefunded Cure Guaranferd I 'nes. while in our rural districts the ,free sample. Sold.. by all. 1t'UIUblll- ; ,
small tun" who can report at Sunday' The scientist who cl.utit, tt;> litnl>U'

Also sold direct or at all dealers in 2oc; end SOc.packages. school i he largest number of "Paas" I i,to weight i himini would' inv-l I tht'I .

MOUNTAIN HERB CO., Knoxville Tenn. egg! taken from their hiding place in':''finest scales to ttHgU tin twinconscience. ,;.-

the haymow and devoured by himself -- .-Washingtonti\ i
for breakfast stands higher in the I[' I lfffSlljj1l.1"NU
stimation of his fellows than he who i I' -- -

For Sale By can say. his 'Golden Text.: ,I HUBERT .A'i

.... Tydings & Co., Ocala, Fla, .nti-Monopoly Drug Store Ocala, Fla. I Song of a Balloon. iI I i DY VII.. ;Y. "

1st dam lit 11.-1"11'1 lACK
I am getting ,Helmet l II>' It ungton

: now to be the style, and, I A dark hay Imrtiof! t j.,1II1I1! 1I11t'I'II
_ _
and action, rointiiiiing On- !t"'II
filled with lots of gas, far up t 1'01 Loaded Black Powder Shells
ting bl 111I1101I
above the crowds I smile at
earthly things I Nobody
pass. sure foal gHtrr, |111'1111111'11I1hol! Iisuldlo Shoot Strong and Evenly
may run over nor mangle me. in : and driving hort I >C... ,\., main ,
deed: and there's no limit, you'll l lof I his calls an'IKM. euilillem and Are Sure Fire
agree. to my aerial speed. With ev'jspeedy lrlvr, i (

WillOW DALE ery current I may glide, nor do I turn j!i Terms of "j'rvlt-t': | $:'ioo p." our 1\1" wr. ; j, Will Stand Reloading. '".

quite pale; if eighty miles an hour vice or$7.fi") wild pii\rK|| ,. ,,f fI'
!' r
I ride they can't put me in jail! mare its ifti-n HM IM IUTIarv \_
indeed. I am a swell affair, a {within Sixty cIYHIf''r! lira' 't'n'ln % They always Get The Game.
ior IKMMI to I Inure colt ,
a tr ;.mini r !
rounder you'll agree and autos -
; ;and End.i .
+b Dr as 1 sail the air, must all + h j 'r' 1 For Sale Everywhere.

look up to me. At times i BILLY REEDA tC ,,S I

rtc y I have a lot of sand I'm
Itt I gray Jack six years old brought ,
full with such a load. I.from Kentucky last: fall, good bone .,

The only oath that land very active A proven foal getter, < T _- _
r I command is this: f producing colts good enough to be ,

EXPRESS ,I "Well I'll be shown at the fair in Lexington, Ky.. '
4 FULldl.985 blowed!" last fall. .

i High 0! Billy Reed was by Bau hman'sI I

Q1S. PREPAID I sail in !jjack. 1st dan Edna, by !big Powell: ?
S lordlystate jack: 2nd dam Parley by Paragon ;, 4LJLLQTT A ,

Send us 52.S5 and we will ship VCTJ in a plain I Billy Peed is half brother to the Ball' [
case with no marks to show ....1.\t.i s:, to-r.full 'clack, the best mule jack in Lincoln (D w LI
'..-' of WILLOW DALE across the checkered county, Ky.
qu s \'qns pry paid: .
;, Try it and if yon don't find it ell right and the ;i sky. I do not even i Terms of service, $5.00 per songle I

test you ever tasted!, send it back to us at our expense have to wait until 'service, $10.00 per service with prnlilege "- :
and you J--S5 will be promptly refunded. the clouds roll bY. of return as often as is necesjsary -
Isn't that a'fJr offer? j I within sixty days after the first '

Y Remember we are distillers, so whet you buy Do Not Crowd I jservice. $15.00 to insure a colt to PREPAID
N I I I till from us you save the enormous profits of tie! deal- ;I 'I i stand and suck. ,I 1 QTS 6QT
; ers and avoid all chance of adulteration. You are The first warm days of spring bring j Service money due for either horse ; ; ; \ .
1j sure of setting our whiskey just as it comes from joy the exhiliratinf air and sunshine. lor jack when first service is render- w[]00 ,
I I t our distillery,without being tampered with in anyway ,Children that have been housed led. Except when bred to insure a ,
tti t J' \ II! jail winter are brought out and you I colt, then service fee is due when .v iI e'' If you prefer corn whiskey, we will send you !|vronder where they all come from. ;colt meets requirements, or when the
four full quarts of our ALLAN SINCLAIR'S CORN 'THe heavy winter clothing is thrown i mare is parted with or bred to anoth- 'i I f'
WHISKEY for S2.SO,expressprepakl. You can't aside and 'er horse or jack. I
many shed their flannels.
buy a better corn from else I Lein will war J D
!!! whiskey anybody at Then a cold wave comes and people ; be retained on colt for '"' b ; M 01
price. service I II
any |say that grippe is epidemic. Colds at fee. It
Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction or money I this season are even more dangerous :Mares will be kept on pasture at I t l DEUVEREO fOR
refunded goes with every shipment we make. You than in mid-winter, as there is much $3.00 per month. a w .
run no risk when you deal with us as the owners more danger of pneumonia. Take | This stock will make the present ,

i I II of our company have resources of a million dollars Chamberlain's Cough Remedy how season i at Dungaman farm, one and 129CHAS
WirTCRfEKUSII and will do exactly as we say. ever, and you will have nothing to tone! half miles west of Orange Lake

MACON.6A H II THE) SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO. fear. It always cures, and we have !about two and one half miles southwest -
MACON GA. never Known a cold to result in pneumonia of :McIntosh '
of when it was used. It is pleasant BLUM & COMPANY
s Owner Registered DU&Iery No. 29 Swift Creek CM. \ t
a | and safe to take. Children like it. S H. GAITSKILL. .

For sale by all druggists m :-Stf ]Jlclntosb Fla. Jacksonville' Fla. :

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... I I I Hotel Montezuma Sunday Dinner. T II IIi

Ccala Fla.,
March 2G
W. V. Newsom in I'This is the advertiser's song:
The Capital City of the State Will .To the Editor Ocala Banner: placed our '

Give the Visitors a Rousing Wei- j|: !nour issue of i I I hands yesterday a part of a newspaper "If you are wise;
yesterday you i You will advertise i
come-Distinguished People I i printed in Ocala about the
Who Will Participate in !!Print a very strong plea for mur. ci- Advertise and you'll reap reward!" EASTER DINNER.SCUP .
( 1852 as some of the advertisements
The Sessions. I i ipal ownership.

______ |i It is shown in it bear the date of that year. This is the advertiser's strain: .
by this writer that fnm
Among the original "Your fortunes rise,
convention of correspondentsis
The state the
county superintendents profits
derived from the sale cf When you advertise ;
and other school officials a letter from St. Augustine writtenin I ,
wines, liquors and beer annually. Ocala Advertise and you'll sheckles gain!" < i
will be held in dock Turtld:
Tallahasseefrom could! clean! her streets build September. 1S46 giving an analysis Bullion de Lucienessen tasse
a nerd f-
the lath to the 19th of ft
April, school house, donate $10,000 for of the waters of Salt Springs and This is the advertiser's aim:
inclusUe and it promises to be the ,Caraegia library, aI!urging the building of a reailroad "You'll catch their RELISHES., '
educational :! buy a lot ft>-- al I eyes, 1
greatest gathering in the
I park aid appropriate $1,000 a across the state from east to west When you advertise
of the state. year Mixed Sweet Pickles Heart 1r 1-
history ; Lettuce
'to beautify: it and keep it in repair I running by that body of water and Advertise and they'll learn your Young Leeks.

The people of Tallahassee will give keep r.n the two cemeteries, pavej(predicting great success for the sameif name!" _

t the visitors a rousing welcome and five Idle* of sidewalks, employ six ad- it should be built. The letter was I FISH ::

several receptions have been arranged i litif.na; teachers at the Ocala high written by C. C. Tracy to Gen. Joseph, This is the advertiser's tale:
I fort Planked White Fish 1
school, erect a monument to the Confederate X. Hernandez who then owned Salt "You'll nab the prize, Broiled Pompano '

The following program has been: soldiers, establish a shoe I Springs and a large tract of land ad. When you advertise 9

prepared for the convention: ''factory i : a buggy factory, and wo-ill jacent to it. The feasibility of this Advertise and you'll never fail!" Easter Potatoes Lemon Butter Sauce ,

Wednesday April 17, 9 a. m. j i|i still have money to burn. +route is dwelt upon at length and it I I Susie :M. Best in Fame. i

I location: Rev. W. II. Zeigler. I j j"rfljdress i This is a strong plea for the mrt'cipality -- I said that the distanceacross, the state I I

of welcome, lion. W. M. :. ; to run these concerns,. and on the proposed route was only six And This About Congressman Clark. -

... ; McIntosh jr.. mayor. i j I Tampa furnishes a precedent in the ty-five miles and that it offered fewer I When the Times-Union says that Celery Branches Spanish Olives Dill Pickles

Response, Superintendent G. F. ,, running of the Tampa Bay ho'el obstructions, crossed fewer swamps I I Mr. Clark spoke: for the "interests of 1

Scott. (I IJ which ( vidently has a saloon in connection and only one river, the.. Ocklawaha. It Florida" in denouncing the Hearst Shredded Cabbage Slaw Sliced Tomatoes Sliced Cukes J

i Election of secretary and appoint. with it. also said that it would pass throughthe publication it spoke more nearly the

VHH-nt of committees. I If Ocala would do all that i is heart of the best agricultural pore truth than it suspected. Clark was BOILED

1 High schools. junior and senior: :enumerated in the article tint lOU tion of the state, passing between '!

f "Wfcat Regulations Should Be adopt. 'print in one year see what she wouM Fort King and Arredonda Grant. question Gambon getti Lang de Baurf Rocherford

J ed by the State Board of Education I do in a dozen years? Ocala was not then on the map. hf' speaks for the "interests." He

i tor the Government" of State and I'I'I She would have so many parks, so Mr. Tracy said: "In regard to what would not be properly wearing the Tenderloin Horseradish

High Schools? I many paved streets, so many libraries ever improvements you may intend at colar of the Interests" if he did

i General discussion by the con '! so many opera houses, so many Salt Springs allow me to observe first, not speak for them.-Tallahassee ROAST

J i vention. I factories etc., that she would be the that I consider the feasibility of establishing Sun.The '

Committee to draft set of regulations !envy (.f all the other cities in the: a mill there as settled beyond Sun seems to have the worldby Loin and Prime Ribs of W stern Beef au jus

i to be submitted to the State world. a doubt. Certainly a canal of the neck and is never so happy

I Board of Education: Superintendents I Let's get busy. *-- sixty-five or seventy-five rods will give as when it Is able to give it a twLt. Easter Turkey Stuffed Oyster Dressing "

: J. C. Crompton, R. E. Hall, T. H. Ow- I you a fall of twenty-two feet and the ----

N. B. Cook and W. D. whole "Eat whatever your appetite Country Chicken Drip Gravy
r ens Cam; Will body of Lake Churchill to draw "

i Principals. E. Knlbloe, I... B. Ed. I is evident Appoint that Sponsors.It of from, furnishing an anexhaustible craves, says a Baltimore physician.That's .
the Confederate
the kind of advice like to
wards I. I. Rimes and J. W. Me- : Veteran supply of water and sufficient power we ENTREE
associations will ap- hear. But what about getting what ,
Clung. I point sponsors for the next reunion, for any purpose.
; Committee on Rural Graded' which takes place at Richmond, Va., A drought of eleven weeks is reported your appetite craves? Cotelettes de Mouon a la Cumberland Petit Pate de Fois Gras

: Schools I' but the writer says that notwithstanding Gelee a la Macedoine Pattisserie assortie
.according to recent from
a special A
,. Superintendents W. S. M. Pinkham that city, which says: which enough corn was raised man named Wallet is running for
XT I I office in St. Louis. The wallet has Timbles of Macaroni Farina Cake Brandy Sauce
Kelley Shelton Philips, G. F. "While General Stephen D. Lee to supply the inhabitants and the
Ttcker and R. 1... | ,. if been in evidence entirely too much in
would be
Tucker; PrincipalsJ. i commander in chief of the United Confederate shortage, any, reinforcedwith
H. Workman Robert M. Ray and I Veterans, who are to hold fine crops of rice and sweet po our political games. Salad de Komard Menaise ,

. J. L Wright. j la reunion in this in tatoes.
city June, has !
Wednesday Afternoon. ''by official announcement declared The lawyers practicing in Ocala at NOTICE LEAVE OF TO APPLICATION SELL MINOR'S FOR Mashed and Boiled Potatoes Candie Sweets Kentucky Corn Bread

"What Changes are Needed in the :that he will not appoint sponsors and : that time were S. St. George Rogers. LAND

Regulations Governing Schools Re. I maids of honor for the next gathering !'I David Provence and Arthur P. Japan Rice Sifted Green Peas Oyster Bay Asparagus on Toast

cflvlng State Aid Under Chapter of those who wore the gray, the Wright; the physicians. W. C. J. Rog Notice is hereby given that on the

' ..! A 5381?" |heads of the various divisions hate ers, A. C. Brown and Faulkner Heard; 30th day of April, A. D., 1907. I DESSERTS

Committee: Superintendents E. L.tcnanlt'l. written Devid A. Brown, jr., assuringhim the merchants House & Henderson, will apply to. Honorable Joseph Bell,
W. B. Dickenson. W. B. that the daughters of the fair A. J. Cassidy and A. Waterman. Mr. county judge in and for Marion county Cream a la Vanilla Assorted Cake Strawberry Water Ice

Tedder: Principals R. B. Haffaker.W southland will be present as of old, Alexander kept a boarding house) state of Florida, at his office in I

N. Henderson and Scott B. Mc- as the veterans are determined that I I and Mr. J. M. T. Carter a blacksmith I Ocala in said county, for an order au- Hot Mince Pie Fruit Cake

IntohK shop. Mr. R. W. Marsten was justice I authorizing me as guardian of the minor I
there shall be
no deviating from the
"What Increase Should Be MadeIn of the peace and Mr. E. D. Howse was heirs of the estate of R. Y. La- Mixed Nuts Raisins, American and! Swiss Creese, Crackers, Burnt Almonds E
previous custom selecting Confecterate nier and E. V. Lanier deceased, to
the Appropriations for Schools ,the agent for state lands. A numberof I ,
young women to represent the sell at private sale the following prop
I'uder" Chapters :53S1. 53S2. 5383?" |thinning ranks of the brave old men. I commission merchants from erty belonging to said estate to-wit: DENNIS GREEN CHEF. i i
Committee: Superintendents G. F. I "By appointing sponsors and maids .leston and Savannah \' Northeast quarter of southwest __ __ ,,
Scott. \\'. R. Fletcher H. II. Palmer, of honor the various divisions are refusing -I.did several lawyers from said cities I)quarter and south half of southwest n U \
and also from Jacksonville Palatka quarter of section 9. township 15 Brain Leaks. Worth Knowing About
J. R Walker and J. R. Key; Principals the request of the United !! I I
H. A. Ferrell. F. A, Hathaway, J. Daughters of the Confederacy taken 'and Micanopy. south range 22 east: and north half If you need a first class laxative '
of northwest quarter of section 16, Conscience always gets in its work
G. Ft-rtig and I. S. Barber."Scarcity at Gulfport. Miss., where they adopted here is nothing better or safer that I
township( 15 south range 22 east after the guilt has been discovered.
of Teachers and the Remedy a resolution' requesting that no LITTLE ODDITIES. excepting, however, from the above [that old family remedy. Brandreth's

Thereof?" maids of honor and sponsors be ap lands the following described tracts, I A lot of men have failed to distin- Pills. Each pill contains one grain of I

Vfimmittee' : Superintendents S. S. pointed. The action on the resolutionwas Elephant's foot takes longer toj!to-wit: commencing at the southwest guish between expediency and hone solid extract of sarsaparilla, which i

., NIA. 'lack, L. K. Tucker C. A. Fulwood. ; taken while the members of the cook than any other dish. It must I corner of the northwest quarter of !esty.A. with other valuable vegetable products I''

T II. Jackson and J. A. Jones; Principals ;i Virginia division were absent from theconwntion. northwest quarter of said section 1C I square meal to the one who needsit makes it a blood purifier of ,
be baked for hours.
thirty-six I is better than investment in
hence north section line 2C-20 an
Tom F. McBeath, Asa B. Had they been present, excellent character. If you are trou
Clark. \\'. N. Sheats and II. J. it is certain they would have raised a The largest bird of prey in the I chains, thence east C.CO chains thence Easter lilies.Trouble ,bled with constipation one pill at :

Rogers :protest. I world is the bearded vulture, which |south 19.25 chains, thence east 3.15 I always hesitates to tackle night will afford great relief. rlBrandreth's
chains thence south 3.5 chains, thence the man who mets adversity with a '
Wednesday Night. j j "The presence of maids and spon- measures, from wing to wing tip, as east 2.19 chains thence south 3.15 chs. smile.Wouldn't. Pills are the same fine

In the hall of th.e house of repre- tsars at reunions has always been regarded -much as nine or ten feet. to quarter-quarter section line thence (laxative tonic that your grandfather
be old world if
a great
tentative j as absolutely! necessary to the west 11.94 chains to point of beginning used. They have been in use for over !
Among men 51 per cent. are stronger people would do r. ; :(? say not as we
; Music. i success and beauty of the occasion. and excepting also tract commencing fa century and are sold in every drug

Address. Hon. \\'. H. Ellis. I The veterans seem happier and better in the right arm than in the left. at a point 57.95 chains west of do? I|and medicine store, either plain or
In thirty-three cases the left arm is When a man bt. plenty it is easy .
I coated.
Music. in every way when surrounded by northeast corner of Alvarez Grant in sugar
I stronger in the rest the two arms to tell people what to do with what
Clark. township 15 south
Address lIon. Frank I the wives and daughters of themselves range 22 east I -
Music and their companions and it is are equal. (thence north 5SO feet. thence west 300 they have. I Another billion dollar congress has ;
On the farm of George W. Stuartat feet, thence south 300 feet thence The man who imagines that the I I
Thursday April 18, 9 a. m. I certain that they will no have to forego i I gone into history. It also went into
Intonation Rev. Ira S. Patterson. i seeing a large number of beautiful Newport, Me., is a healthy apple east 200 feet, thence south 280 feet, earth is an orange usually acquiresthe the treasury some, though owing to I II
tree which after bears fruit to Silver Springs hard road, thence lemon taste. I
"School Libraries; The Best Meansof ;faces when they arrive here in June year year I I an eggregious miscalculation a sul- '
i that has east 100 feet to point of beginning; whole of who demanding
no core seeds or anything A lot men are plus of twenty million dollars was I
Securing Them. [to attend the reunion and witness the said lands situate lying and being in
but skin and solid fruit beneath. justice insist doing the
J. E. on left untouched.A .
Committee: Superintendents '''unveiling of the Jefferson Davis and Marion county, Florida.
Wood W. R. Simmons, R. Q. Baker. Stuart monuments." Soap has been in use for 3,000 years i Said lands belonging to the estateof measuring themselves.

tf. D. Carter and \\'. 0. Geiger; Prin- Some time ago a soap boiler's shop I the said R. Y. Lanier and E. V. Ever notice how mad a man gets handsome line of Ladies' toilet

Mals, J H. Lockey, R. B. Rutherford, I T. W. Smith Assigns. was discovered in Pompeii, having I I Lanier deceased to be sold for the when you try to get aboard the hobby articles, manicure sets etc. j
; : been buried beneath the rain of ashes best interest of said minor heirs., he is riding? X Ty DISCS & CO.A
Cate."Importance I
M. Neal and \\ B. A notice was posted on the doors
that fell upon the city in the :year I This 28th day of Februarv. 1907. 'I We are not wholly: to blame for
of the Kindergartenas .
iof the Thomas W. Smith company'sjhardware M. \V. LEE bird in the bush Is better than
School." : 79 A. D. j making mistakes but It is our fault
Part of the Public
a i store yesterday morning
j In some parts of England auctionsare 'i3-29-5t Guar'ian. we make the same misake twice two on the Easter bonnet.
W. i' Iff
Committee Mrs. W. Cummer.
: stating that the company had made j'I
!. held with a minute sand glass.
Mrs. Annie E. Chaires Superintendents -- -
; | an assignment and that Dr. S. H. .
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I The highest bid made between the
J.I ,
A. 0. Bolts E. B. Epps. W. Butch has been made the assignee. ...
I time the glass is turned till the sand 'B503EESOur' --r. K. 'Iu:: ..I'a fI-
Sears and J. F. Shands: Principals : The assignment is voluntary and
J. H. Folks and R. M. Evans. !'was made on account of Mr. Smith's runs out wins the article that is tinder I'

-Should County Commissioners Be continued illness. The assignee i has the hammer.A Mail Orders Are Increasing by Leaps
piece of leather with the
Itpqulred to Make the Levy for ;several offers for t the purchase of this
tance of the latest machines,
School Purposes Recommended! by business but It is not yet known what assis'l
I transformed into a pair of and Bounds ,
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Boards of Public Instruction i j disposition he will make of it. He
thirty-four minutes, in which
Committee: Superintendents A. M.J j i may conclude to continue the business k
through the hands of sixty-
C Russell. J. H.! Brown C. C. Gunn : hlncsr'I[. passes

11 F Gainer: and II. U Mattaif; Prin-j Ur. Blltrh was out of the city yesterday three people and through fifteen mat

triples W. II. Russell A. B. Jarrell awl it was impossible to havean chines. I **&* 7& & :A' affT.-w
No doubt the invention of wireless
and C.! M. Lynch.Thurday :; Interview with him.
telegrahpy was foreshadowed by al!
afternoon will 1'f a -
1 book of philosophy which appeared inj I IIGl. I
>.-; session, and on Thursday! nigh: 1I i Elks Elected Officers.
.. This book mentions communi- ':
her.i will be a reception given the j The Benevolent and Protective Or- SS S$
cations between two persons at different : ;
U-lu>rs at the Florida Female Col- | d<-r of ITks held /'.J annual election j

If. President Murphroo and fac- of officers! Tuesday night which points by means of a loadstoneand I .r : -. ..
r a needle placed upon a metal dial. /
of the comtnltttts. '
city On Friday reports resulted as follows: r.
The Chinese at Singapore to the
will be made and misrc-] j Exalted Ruler. S. A. ItawIs. Esteemed I '_
number 1SO.OOO have resolved to dis-
:. laloou.-i matters will be discussed. Loading Knight Stephen Jow- fr# aRipAD
continue the the public wor-
1 practice
i 'It ; Esteemed Lecturing Knight' ship of ancestors, including feasts and ,I soLlQ'

Death of Mrs. C. E. Davis. I! Bradford C. Webb; Esteemed loyal public processions and to demte'themoney fREME DEtA.C EM_E ,
Mrs Charles E. Davis died at the Knight, Ernest Crook; Tyler Har.yi J\iT .JSff.IES
i thus saved, estimated at $lou- i OLDTRAGprUM. '
Marion county hospital in this cityyesterday !i Palmer; Treasurer T. T. Munroe: --
000 a year, to educational purposes. UNIO" RYE
morning after having undergone Divid S. Williams. fO -
; Secretary About 20,000 people lire in the :
WlN !
: a surgical operation. She I A )piano player was purchased anda crator of an extenct volcano in Japan. oCAlA. Hptis&&K'rK.
was the wife of Mr. Davis, who is nice meeting was enjoyed.Mr. .
They dwell continually in this pitlike
agent for the International Harvester .I Ceo. F. Petteway was initiated
I town, surrounded by a vertical wall "
r company and who has made Ocala :into the mysteries of the order. i
eighty feet high rarely making a
his headquarters for several years I -
journey to the outer world, and practically -
until recently when he went to Ij
past Conspirators.
forming a little community bythemseh'
l..akelantl.trs.. Davis was taken sick I
Cupid and beautiful women have ev Philadelphia Press.
I there and was brought to this city a !ler been Charles Dana's Gibson's best I

week ago for treatment at the bospital I theme. His pictures that have given !!I Does the Fly Travel Faster Than An JI-I

!him world-wide fame have been mostly Express Train.

The remains were sent to Atlanta pictures of women. Hence the :
One of the leading London dailiesis J JDo
' last night, her old home, where the "Gibson Girl" the favorite of three now devoting entire columns to the :;:

Interment wil Itake place. continents. Next Sunday's world will following question signed by one of I

Mrs. Davis was about thirtyeightyears j contain an art supplement of unusual f the readers as "Semaj Yrraby, of

of age and was a woman of merit-Cupid and the Girl. Get it Grimsby," which is apparently transposed -

lovely character and made many from the newsdealer.Fine and translated, one "James V.
Wonder ?
friends in this city, who will be pain- Why
Barry. (Sot Cosmopolitan Barry.)
*-d to learn of her death.i .
Carload of Horses and Mules. I
"While traveling in a train yesterday -

other I Is survived relatives, by who her are husband greatly I' Mr. D. W. Tompkins has just re- I happened to notice a fly inside We buy in cir !lo-A lots and give our customers the advantageof

; I received an exceptionally fine carload the carriage on the rear parcel rack.
led over thl'lross.. what we s. ve. :B st goods, lowest prices quickest delivery--
lof horses and mules from Columbia taking flight it flew in the same direc-

tion the train was going, and alightedon -- -- -- ---- -that's what does the business-!
Easter Reception. Tenn. They were selected with great ----

Dr. and Mrs Dan Morgan Smith 1 care and are warranted sound and the rack opposite.

will give a large reception at the I perfect in every respect. They are "Perhaps one of :your readers can OCALA WINE ROOMS1T,
tell me whether the fly, in order to
Ocala House on Wednesday eveningof la particularly excellent lot. Call atMr.
to ten do this, flew faster than the train was
Easter week from eight stables
Tompkins' and Inspect traveling?

o'clock. them. x "My own opinion leads me to be- HAVE YOU SEEN OUR PRICE OUR NEW SALOON IS UP-TO-DATE
r This will be one of the large and
( -delightful social events of the Easter lieve it did but it is scarcely creditable I LIST I PAY US A VISIT.

Cypress Tract Wanted.-Address that so small an insect can travel BETTER GET ONE. WE'LL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
season and Is being looked forwardto H, 79 Midland avenue Montclair. N. faster than an express train."

with much pleasure. J. .-O9....>f.I .
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