The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00048734:00432
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I I the collossal!! task with that calm [ the air and heavens in black." sires.

: bravery which characterized him in i Jefferson Davis was typical of the ;i The prophecy of Father
: every crisis. He was particularly old South : he was representative of''being fulfilled.

wise in the selection of his cabinet/|' her ideal; his chivalric soul was the" : "-the right snal;: rN': .1'-'-Iglu,

I drawing from the several states the embodiment of her noblest and best:H; In the brightness ot a !L..:::'

i strongest men, best suited for the positions he was- : That shall never fade awn; ,

;, THE PRESIDENT OF THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY HONORED IN OCALA to which he called them. Few :Triumphantly and glorious ;
men have "The Knightliest of the Knightly ;
met and solved such diffi-
{ j \t' ,, THE SUCCESS OF THE DAY BELONGS TO THE DICXISON CHAPTER 'culties as he faced during the four I race, {j i jTo j The teach conquered once more to men,
are victorious.
I / t'? __m'.'. ...... _.. .' tears which tried his soul.as souls omen f That since the days of old, I The conquered in the strife
are seldom tried. That he met Have kept the lamp of chivalry
I children
i i Mr. Louis ,Yo Duval Delivers au Eloquent and Finished 'i them bravely there can be no doubt; I Alight in hearts of gold." !I j By their patience and their yet -shall peace reign;

'j.> k'; Address Mrs. Gary Presents Crosses of Honor- that in every crisis he acted wisely j We cannot think of him without j They shall fill the people's life,
; I in the light of subsequent events
t thinking also of that decade which{ r I Irevealed From right's ever virgin vein 4
A Magnificent Dinner is Under the
Spread Oaks i some may question; but none can say :
With the
to the world a marvelous purest love that flows
S A Large Crowd Present The Graves ; that in all things Jefferson Davis didI i I Made
\ \ 1 and devoted people. Small wonder it the purer by our woes,
I not do that which he
Decorated.Git thought was t i is that we of the South assemble on I' Without stain and without cease i'
: right and best for the interest he
i the anniversary of her sons, to praise Till the children of our foes ":
I i was serving.
I their deeds. We are proud of Lee i Shall be proud and glad to claim .:

I j Then came the dark days in the and a host of military leaders but lit-i j I And to write upon one scroll

my old knap.-ack. Mary, and my Never mind them blued; stains, Mary, These old clothes: don't fit me. Mary life of Davis. Though Lee had surrendered tie less renowned; we are proud ofi; Every dear and deathless name

uniform of gray, never mind that ragged hole like they did when I wait s; ;; and hope of success had'passed her statesmen, of Davis and of Steph.On t I our southern muster roll."

(: my battered helmet, Mary, for It was left there by a bullet that young, with Appomatox his heroism ens, of Tombs and of Daniels; we are I I t

I'll need 'em all today. was seekin' for my soul. Don't you remember how neatly t o'in I struggling to the last for a cause proud of the southern valor displayedat Today in New York Philadelphia.

Git! my canteen an' my leggins; reach Just brush off them cob-webs, Mary, my manly form they clung I I foredoomed to defeat spurred him on Gettysburg and ChancpIIorsville; Chicago, Cincinnati and other north

me down my rusty gun git the:: bonnie flag of blue. Never mind that sleeve that's empty jto;i other efforts. He left Richmond, we are proud of her soldiers and era cities, as well as all over our

For I'm goin' out paradin' with ue For I'm goin' out paradin' with the let it dangle loose and free, ( many believe, to organize the broken grenadiers who all lie "dead on the I Southland, 45,000 Daughters of the ;

boys of 'Cl. boys of '(;2. For I'm goin' out parading with the jjand'i scattered forces in the West and field of honor," and whose brave Confederacy are holding meetings in

boys of '63. [ once more attempt to wrest victory death has made sacred with their honor of Jefferson Davis, and crosses

{ from the conquerors. But defeat alone I blood and bleaching bones the hills of bowie are being conferred on every
sword belt tighter. Mary fix Now I'm ready Mary kiss
Pull my : me, kiss Confederate Veteran
i was not to be the Soutb's only portionJin and plains of their beloved Southland who presents a
that star beneath my chin, your old sweetheart good-by, I ; certificate of
; this hour of gloom The hand ofI I but more than all these we are proud eligibility. It is my
I've grown old an' threadbare, Mary Brush aside them wayward teardrops
f happy
' i I Booth was to remove her only friend y all the mothers of the Confederatesthe privilege to give crosses to the
. like my uniform, and thin, ; didn't think you'd cry i lof following:
: at the North and the
one man who Daughters of the
But I reckon I'll pass muster, as I did I ain't going forth to battle, cheer up, I Confederacy Mrs. Edward
could bring her back into the Union -who, bidding their sons and husbands Badger, widow of
r: in days of yore, Mary, sakes alive. i Lieut. Col. Edward ..
I i without inflicting upon her a curse I 1 1i go forth to battle, remained Badger, 4th Flor-
For I'm goin' out paradin' with the I'm just goin' out paradin'with theffVY I da Infantry
i! worse than that of war. An embittered I i the farms of the south, and by their years service: wa- _
boys of ;4. boys of 'C-3. wounded
president, elevated upon the I beautiful devotion made possible this I twelve times, once seriouly. -'

:i death of the mighty Lincoln, himself i ila hallowed heritage. You. "whose pious .
HE memory of Jefferson Davis places and the factory wheels were the state of his adoption and became!! ; personal enemy of Davis, because I'| ministrations to our wounded sol- I Thomas N. Davis. Co. C, Hampton

r-f tb only president of the dumb; it is fitting that this Commonwealth a Mississippi: planter. There in hi s.of; .|I a fancied insult offered him by 'diers i soothed the last hours of those I Legion, Gary's Brigade

!f hem Confederacy, was with many of its sister states country home in the l ladies certainly did
quit ;e evening -.1' Davis when both were Representatives j wbo died<< for the objects of their ten- themselves Cft-I d't.!:i
honored in Ocala. throughout tbe South in this day of when the day's work k Every
lii.iagly was done, proclaimed Davis accessory to'i i detest love; whose zealous faith guest was seated and ser+ d?

The moving spirit in this celebration sunshine should ordain as a legal we can imagine Mm busy in th ethe{ murder of Lincoln and offered ah i i shone a guiding star undimmed by with steaming hot coffee and a mo-

were the Daughters of the Con- holiday the anniversary of the birthof preparation for public life upon wbichhe j reward of $it 0.Ut1) for his capture j the darkest clouds of war; whose elegant dinner consisting of eter\-

federacy and the success of the occa- him who captained the confederacy was to enter in 1S45. He was tOf I the days that followed, the weary 'I j fortitude sustained the soldiers un-I' thing palatable in the line of nuats! ,

sion was largely due to the untiring in its night of darkness; it is fit '! ed to the House ot' Representatives: i days and months and years, that j i der all the privations to which they fowls pastry and cakes.

efforts and indefatigable zeal and labor ting that every city in the South today I and began at once his earnest struggle brought upon the fallen chieftain the were subjected; whose floral tribute :!j At the conclusion of the dinner Mi- s

of Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, presidentof there are gathered Daughters of for the principles that knit hi horrors f of prison life, I cannot speak. I annually expresses your enduringlove Henry W. Long, on behalf of Marion!

the Dickison chapter of this city, the Confederacy "with fresh flowersin firmly to his people. With him there 1 I The shame heaped upon that devoted and remembrance for the sacred camp, thanked the members of the!

and all the members of this chapter their hands and old memories in was no compromise between right soul is yet fresh in the memory of deed"neither storied song nor chis- I Dickison chapter for the splendid!

inspired by her patriotism, nobly re- thought and min for him who be- and wrong, and every measure with those who lived in those dark years. seled marble can fitly tell the glories s feast that they had prepared fur them.

; landed to her efforts and suggest came the martyr for the cause they this in view found in him a strong. and we of the second generation of your womanhood. After dinner a number of veterans '"

t/.tis, and the day was in all respects loved; it is fitting that to-day in the opponent throughout his Congressional have heart the horrors from our Path- Veterans, you are marching-the and daughters proceeded to both cemeteries

a memorable one. battle-scared and memory hallowed career. At the outbreak of the ers. It is at least a beacon that hu rear guard of the glorious army that. and placed flowers on the

5... The Marion camp U. C. V. met at city by the James there is being unveiled Mexican War he organized a company manity has advanced since tb middle is passing to the great beyond; one graves of all comrades whose ashes
the council chamber at half past ten a monument, erected by those of Mississippians, and with them, ages >id that he was not summarily I by one you are pitching, ,your tents I repose therein.

, o'clock and Commander Graham stat who suffered with him and for whomhe as their leader, both at Montery and executed. I prefer to hastenover "on Fame's Eternal camping=ground" I The weather was delightfully cool

ed that they had met together to accept suffered to the one whom we Buena Vista, won imperishable fameas these two years and in the where you will greet the brilliant and the day was a perfect one.

the invitation form the Dickison honor here at this hour. a soldier. Whatever may be the I words of his devoted wife picturethat Jackson and the noble Lee, shake I Peter L. Durisoe, Co. B, Hampton, -

chapter to be present at the memor- I It is no part of my purpose on thioccasion s views of historians as to his conductin I memorable scene in Richmond. hands with Ambrose Hill and Kirby Gary's Brigade. These two were m

ial exercises, and a motion was made to enter upon a discussion after years, it is but just to giveiDavis j when. the prison doors had been Smith and the prophecy uttered at his i most of the bloody battles of Virginia

that the veterans march to the grovein of the two questions which brought the praise which he so brilliantly j' opened and the manacled limbs loos death will] be fulfilled" In the eyes from :Manassas to Appomattox. Born I-

a body. Those present were Commander about the formation of the Confederate merited on the Mexican battlefields -(' ened. ,Jefi'r-on Davis was brought to of Him to whom a thousand years are saw four years of service.

L. M. Graham, Adjutant E. T. States. I cannot justify slavery ; and this will! be his, when !impartial : Ibis capita! : "A great concourse of 1 but as swatch in the night, the H. C. Gates, Co. K, lltb Georgia

Williams, and Comrades T. D. Lancaster and whether or not a State has the pens come to write of the valor people had assembled., The windowswere and the century in which it came, are rand 59th Georgia; four years sen'i
George M. Hubbard, J. H. Livingston of the American soldiers in the second lieutenant at close of
right to secede under our Constitution crowded and even on the roofshad 1 but as a single heart throb in the war.

sr., H. W. Long, W. C. Jef- has been forever settled by the Mexican War. Returning, he foundhis people climbed. Every bead wasbared 1 breast of time, and when the myriadsof Second cross to replace one lost.

fords. J. D. Bassett, W. L. Ditto. T. N. arbitrament of war and writ large in people ready to reward him witha the people stood < this great land shalt look back L. J. McAteer, Co. C, 2nd Florida

I Davis, W. II. Hadsock. Jas. H. Dad.ter the blood of a million heroes. I do Senatorsbip, first by appointment, I I uncovered for at least a mile up and i through unclouded skies: to too old Cavalry; three and one-half wars

M. P. Frink, A. Mclntosh. R. then by election by the State Legislature down Main service; private.
know that other than Southerners imported street. As he passed one 1 heroic days, the smoke and the stainof

A. Kelsey, J. A. Pittman L. P. Miller, and sold the African, a barbarian with an interim of service as I and another put out a hand and lightly ( battle will have vanished from the B. F. Smith, Co. G, 4th Florida Infantry

. .I. L. Beck J. M. T. Carter, C. C.I into our section, and that the Secretary of War in President touched his coat. As I left the carriage 1 hero's name and the Tall Chieftain of ; three and one-half years *:," r-
Stevens John Pasteur, D. A. Miller, i I Pierce's cabinet. vice; private.
slaves became our property, under I a low voice said: 'Hats off i tbe men who wore the gray will

l M. T. W. Christian. M. Atkinson, Firm guaranty of the protection of the With this record then find hima I Virginians!' and again every headwas stand before you with a countenancelike The badges were pinned on the ivcipients -
< > mitch Robert D. Beck R A. we by Miss Irma Blake.
y bared.
laws, and that under this system the ] the lightning and in raiment as
." Carltun James Freeman, V. M. Seek- from the State of Mississipui The beautiful song, "Far Away ,"
first found the white I
negro way to rise when the news came to him Once more he took up his residence as snow.
insrer. B. L. Hickman. J. N Knoblock, thatj I watch was written especially for th.
above the cannibalism and fetichisui II
: his state had passed the ordinance of I in Mississippi, and for twenty-two -
Joseph Shuford, J. S. Weathers, A. L. {I Daughters by Mr. Victor L. Martinor,
R of his native home in the jungles of secession. With what I years lived among his own people, After Mr. Duval's address mano j

Etchelberger. J. L. McKinney Isaac Western Africa. I do know that the hear him in his farewell dignity address we j;; the object of their tender and ever in I the veterans could not resist the of this city, was then sung by a chorus
Harris Reed W. P. Tomp- justify 1 which included some of the Oft
Joseph ,
statesmen who championed secession the action of Mississippi and his I creasing love. To me one of the 'temptation of shaking hands with him
kins, J. II. Roller John E. Bailey, W. voices in the city. Mr. Albert Gong i::
were honest and sincere, and noneI relation thereto: "It is known to I sweetest pages of history is this devotion and complimenting him on his beautiful

Q. Massey and Frank Harris.At I the less patriots than their brothersof Senators who have served with i a defeated people bestowed !I 11 oration. played the cornet accompaniment and
eleven o'clock the veterans me I the singers included Mrs. E. II. Mur- .
thirty -
the North who championed the here, that I have for advocated upon their deposed chief. What :[ The Metropolitan band then played
marched to the Gary on many years Mrs. H. M. Hampton, Mrs. C. F:.
grove i
Union. I do know that i in
officer and
pri as an essential attribute of many conquerors had failed to win :i a splendid manner more spiritedtlll1sic.
Fort King avenue and there met the Winston Mrs. T. H. Johnson, -'lr. ,
I of the South who battled i .
vate '
50 State victory, conquered leader j'
Sovereignty, the j
Daughters of the Confederacyand ; I right of a W. A. Goin, Mrs. L. F. Blalock, Mr-
bravely for four long years against 1 state to secede froom the Union. had in a remarkable degree the | Mrs. Gary the beloved pre ident ofjthe ti
G. L. Taylor Mrs. William '
lorge gathering of the citizens ':
unnumbered foes and overwhelmingodds Therefore, if 1 had not believed that love of his people. They wished him Dickison chapter; was next int ro-
had for the and Messrs. Martinet and W. M. Mar
of Ocala, who met
; that the mothers and wives there was justifiable cause; if I i to return to the senate, and request- ( cloyed and delivered the crosses of tin.

purpose of paying loving tribute to who sent these men forth with Spar- had thought that Mississippi was acting I ed him to apply for the removal of |honor] to a number of veterans, and
i&v Davis. The entire audience joined in sitting
of President :;
memory tan admonitions; I do know that without sufficient his disability. felt himself too old! i! she prefaced I her presentation with
provocation, or {
I'I i "God Be With You Till We )k..t
Rev. C. C. Carroll of the Baptist these loved their countrynone the without an existing necessity, I and broken in spirit and body to give| the t following words: "
Again. Rev. W. H. Dodge, of t-i!<
church, acted as master of ceremonies less than those across the line. I am should still, under my theory of I to his state the proper service as well
t' government Presbyterian church, then d
To the United! Confederate Veterans pronoun
_ and his introductory remarks not come to vindicate these; they because of my allegiance toj as that noble sentiment expressed in I
of Marion No. 5C a most pleasing benediction, and rl.;!
Camp :
i v'' wore both appropriate and fitting and need no vindication. They fought for the State of which I am a citizen I his reply "that repentance should precede of
master ceremonies
announced that
he placed the honor of so large a the right as God gave them to see the have been bound by her action. I, i pardon and he had not yet re- Dear Friends-Today in the historic dinner was ready to be served.

gathering where it belonged. After right, and the courage and heroism however, may be permitted to say ;I pented." city of Richmond is to be unveiled

Mr. Carroll's remarks Rev. R. V. Atkinson whether Confederate or Federal, of that I do think that she has justifiable ,I i On the occasion when he was persuaded a magnificent monument in memory Every place at the two large tail! 1

of the Mehodist church, made those four years are becoming: the cause, and I approve of her act:.I to make journeys to various j of Jefferson Davis-warrior, statesman -!i was quickly filled and the dinner v. a- ,

a beautiful prayer, after which the common heritage of a reuniteu coon With what gentleness he bids his felL I i I portions of the South, the citizens ( scholar, patriot-the one onlyi1 I' too most beautiful that we have ev-r
:' the line I president of the Confederacy. !seen at a gathering of this sort. TL.!
Metropolitan band rendered a delightful try. low-senators farewell: "In the courseof along of travel and at his ;

] medley of southern airs. But I come to pay homage in a few lily service here. associated at different i destination did everything in their I A few days ago !in the city of Atlanta
show for him and before an enthusiastic crowd of Mr. Thomas II. 'Harris came hon,,,
their love
Mr. Carroll then introduced Mr. simple words. to one who has not yet times with a great variety of I power to

Louis W. Duval, the orator of the day come into the full heritage of his Senators, I see now around me some I to brighten his declining years. Mem- his countrymen, his two daughters I Monday morning after an absence ?i

and one of our most prominent young greatness. with whom I have served long; there 1:'lorable above all others was his visit drew the veil from a fine equestrian ten weeks. Most of his visit v a-.

y* attorneys, who in splendid voice de- It was said when the great French have been points of collision; but,;I: three years before his death, to Atata. statue of Gen. John B. Gordon, and spent with friends and relative- I

'r Bored the following eloquent era tl/ What a reception was givenltS in i the city of Richmond on the firstday northwestern Texas. He spent soc.
Knight, the Chevalier Bayard, died, whatever of offence there has been]'
I South's idol! "The women and of the reunion of old vererans in weeks witb his uncle, Mr. A. E. H pon: that France had no one living to pronounce to me, I leave here; I carry with me I)I
I .men II I who had tasted the war all cry .gray, a statue to Gen. J. E. B. Stuartwas ris, of Shady, Texas, and was the t
This in itself no hostile remembrance. Whatever ;
his eulogy. a i j
Jing i ; all pouring benedictions upon unveiled to meet their admiringgaze. guest of friends at Ft. Worth for t.n t
Mr. Chairman. Daughters of the Con i touching and beautiful tribute, the offence I have given which was n i
his gray hairs as they came in sight; days. En route home he stopped at
Veterans, Friend South may have repeated as one by been redressed or for-whicb satisfaction
uderacy :
I 1 At Ohio where 6000 several cities in Texas and a
God bless him! displayed on every I Camp Chase, spent
has been demanded
I,one her favorite and cherished sons not have !
The mausoleums and monuments corner:' Confederate prisoners lie buried there day in NewOrleans, Mobile and Pc-n-d-
"put out to sea and crossed the bar;" Senators, in this hours of parting .
of the old world bear testimony; that I I ton And thus honored and loved the is a handsome monument built by cola. He was very much delisU d
but of none, since Lee had embarked offer you my apology for any pa] II
fie ancients: delighted to honor their noble chieftain went down to his northern energy and capital to southern with Texas. .
which in heat of
a score of years before could this the discussion, Ihave
jjustrious dead; the pyramids on thIla.ns e death at New Orleans in December, valor. The arch is surmountedby
than inflicted. Igo hence unencumbered
have been more aptly spoken
: of Egypt: tell of the pharoahsand 1SS9. Shrouded in the ConfederateI a life size bronze figure of a Confederate The weather bureau .continues v>
of the remembrance
of Jefferson Davis. of any injury
their deeds; and then as now, the received and his bier surrounded by devotedcomrades soldier with: his face to the send out bulletins which show an unusual
having dischargedthe .
people gathered to pay a tribute to Born in Kentucky in 1SOS he grewto duty of making the only weeping thousands paidan Southland. What do these things. season. A few days ago there
the departed great. It was just and manhood in the state which gave for unparrallaled tribute to the signify That the truth of historyis were terrific snow storms in the west
my power any injury
right. And so today, it is fitting that the two sections their war presidents. fered." South's President.The Governors of being established. Forty-five yearsago and cow this cold has reached the

we, a great people, in our prosperity He received his early education at nine Southern States were his pallbearers l : these men were called rebels and Atlantic shore, and-people who had

should turn aside from the mart of Transylvinia University, entered His elevation to the Presidencymet ; every man, woman and child traitors; today they are recognizedas gone north to spend the summer had
trade and stop the hum of our factory West Point and was graduated: from with the almost universal approval in the South were his mourners. Saddened : patriots whose dauntless courage to telegraph home for winter wraps.

', wheels to pay our tribute to the the latter instituaion in time to see of the South. Seeking neither thousands stood with bowed :and sublime fortitude were enlistedin It Las ben the most unusual spring

: one who led us in tbe days when service, : in the Black Hawk war. From place nor fame, yet he shirked not heads and bleeding hearts as they j defense of home, honor, freedom, 1 weather recorded in over a hundred

there were no crowds in the market the Indian: Wars he went, in 1S35 to the great responsibility his people] I I j bore his body to the tomb: while the justice and right, the deathless pri a. !years. :

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DRAir r< i Tien Tsin, China. He Was Famous Missionary to China ; Hon.. W. S. Bullock I' 1 tlh7 ,
Judge of the Circuit ._
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;' and Had Been There Forty- 1 >VvV >
, ". Coverr P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. I], There; are prospects of Guy iletcalf Nine Years. Couurt, Fifth Judicial: Circuit I .: '

' Cam -- :: having anoother job. He will perhaps The wires I of Florida, Marion County, Fla. I I I ,
state that Bishop Warren .. I
: I I be Mr. R. Hudson Burr's campaign I The grand jury for the spring term !.
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. t" ." A. Candler, of
- "'. f'.t.;).;'I..::,''",,o: .. ": "t :manager and the voters of Florida Georgia. has re-jo] court, having finished fits lab.ir. ) :* '

: t. "I. 't.,,_ .".: ,.- .,. ":' i. |( will be given more pot metal Utera- tiered information of the death of Dr.Young bs : ::
,,,. .. ....r- -01 ? to present this our genera: !V' .
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; Tamp ,r ''y. :A...-.J. ture. J. Allen. which occurred at his sentment, and be discharged.We NX

,W"4"c ... ( '_-'.''.' ......J home at Shanghai, China. No
+ ,):;: : M r. C. L. Solomon, an ice pedd'arj partie- having examined the nt'l .r'
Go : ,
: ," .. afternoon lars of his death are given, ,but itmust
in Sunday
lie ha ) .A Tampa, hanged house, and while we do not Pft--:' r"Fm: FP.01I
/ "" "'" .j.iJ .r I' have been sudden. TO ALL WHO :
.:t..... 't 'T ''CO..".\ on the front piazza of his to know the actual .
... ". ''- ,., Dr. Allen the cost of C'H' .-:ru
"'\ '. "'-lrl: ; 1'" .:.. home, and a well known woman of was foremost missionary Indlues tBliou5nes: Kidney
\ '" j'-!. in the tion and material, yet beiieuai::
Orient. we
; He
P.7If't.: t.1lO- Hernando :r:s.. Edd Taylor shot left his Rheumatism: DyspepsiaPr ;
__ Troubles
had ,
>>0'w =- home in
.and instantly killed herself the same Georgia soon after enteringthe things considered, that the COIKU.-: ., .

J F"Tb. I'afternoon.i ministry and sailed for China in sioners have procured an ex 1 ra:: [1' r-ppor'i Jluurtain: IL-rbJcomei.}'L'etae L dawn of a r ,!_-;-

FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1907.California's i 1S53, and has been active in the affairs hrinti:1 nev.Kiirry: : and happy l.ase en hie. Icsa.u.rar.edeuro :
bimset of that building for the mom-y invested an i t. ', containing.: neither alcohol! calomel nor: m.rcurl':};'::; a
: !
-. The bill providing for the erection country ever since. that it ; .
-- -'- j remedy:: so cheap goo-i r..Jth
to tht we comnieu.l the board I of count natural, vegetable
lof Dr. Allen was well known } c > : pure
{ a monument to the elder Mallory, in Ocala, all
hin reach
celery! will reach I w::
the i. crop I' missioners
II who of the naof the | having visited here several time and E for their iaitLiull'n! io sin ." .
; acted' 3,500 carloads. I was secretary ISO Tablets for $1 00, "1:0 soH in 25c: and packa. ; -. a: : ,3
confederate states during its entire his family lived here for several years. connection with the baiMing: of 'iie: deal! 13. nrnakd d.rect for p ria:: W rite for v...iai).o mtorr.at..g: f.-,... e
?; life failed to pass the house and the I He was avisitor to this city in April 1, new court !house. >
F' .
themedte Texas is now sending new potatoes -.. Knoxville, Tenn. \
p K3 CO. .
19"6' K }
and was enjoying the We find that MOUKTAIJT ,
bill! was killed. most vig the roof j Kaks ine\ ...\.
throe to northern markets. ,Joyous I
===== < and robust health. He reir.aiu- eral places and would,! ur-v' that tl:.- ;

peopi4 Mr. Alexander Graham Bell. the in. ;(! ed in America all last summer. returning be repaired l! at once. ;): Jiit\ I .""or; -.:W,W ... d
latio Texas onions are bringing a remarkably : __.' .. f
I to China in the We : "lJi'. -
ventor of the telephone, says that air i early fail!! and recomthend that r the county -

"B f high price. t ships are now assured. They ha eon 1!;, this trip visited all his relatives: conimissiLiH-rs dispose of the iron Fcr sale by Tydings & 1.C'.".. and Anti-Monopoly: : Drugstore: Ocala! Fla.GADSON'S .
'I I
the t come to stay and will be as common [i I in Georgia and Florida, believing that''! fence now enclosing: the court: I house

r franc Texas claims to have shipped the as automobiles. "-on'( it be nice? !; it would be his last: visit to America.Vi!I and have the yard filled in to a
first carload of watermelons to market Twenty minutes to Lake Weir: five i I Perhaps more than any other man proper grade. and put a cen.ent sidewalk -- _04

in, t ,, this year. minutes to Silver Springs.: I' not a native. Dr. Aileii was most con on the four sides of the lOt. i
; tined ,
I veversant with the conditions of ,, We also recommend that the oak --- '

will Edna May, after her marriage to I Senator HU lIhries'prohihitbn bill I i China. He showed so much efficit n. : trees in tbe court Nona:: yar i, exceptt.iose

r.I. "' croup :' Oscar Lewisoha. will tour the worldin 'I although introduced early in tbe seI :Joy j I in mastering the language and became on ;she outer lal': _in. !l-.v removed

I; .. <. repr an auto. I Ian sion, seems never to have come up i'i so influential in the publication'of 1 for the reason that ta.: shade of I
I I for consideration: but in lieu of thisI a paper that he edited and the l, the trees will; cause Ill'.ngrow on
thing J. G. JlcNair, one of the largestpeach bill the distinguished senator t" i books that he translated i into tne Chi.i the: walls anti mar the Irii'.diaj: :' w
: sit c- ,
INDlMSpecif growers in Arkansas, claims I seeded in having the saloon; !license ;i rese language that he wa-; recognizedJby We think it ad\i-a'V! :that wr: ,

to have lost $;oOO,000 by the freeze. raised from $.)1111 to $1111111. out-half! of j i the Chinese government and was i;i screens be pnr>; in the t't.': ":aarh > > .

I which goes to the state and the other J;! created a mandarin. the first sue: the cupola to Keep out bats ani! i -

'" George Burnham jr., of tbe Mutual (r half to the county. j; honor we believe to be conferred on I!'> We recommend that i il.e: : c, <'.:: i I
I lUg
In Reserve Life Insurance company -_ ______. !'i American citizen. He translated I commissioners! haveU;.- t Ksn'ir i .
I i i i II i
j thin, ,' of New York, has been granted Judge B. H. Palmer, of Lake Cit;t.. i|I ninety volumes into Chinese coveringa. I in the court house yard 1'. : 0". i: '.: j I

,, 0.', another trial. has been frequently mentioned recently multiplicity of subjects, and these less same is paired ar.d p.:; ia )Kf viiig

; to a as a proospective candidate I books had a wonderful influence i in I ] with the! court h-ntsc.: !

That ;, lion P. Hudson Burr, having for governor. He is a noted !lawyer !i dominating the new thought which i is I We visited the co<.n: > jail and !

: I had a taste for office likes it might of his section and for the past five j I now transforming China into a new I found same not only misir.ami unsanitary '1 I Now Going OnU1

det r'int ': :well and publically declares his candidacy years has presided over the courts I nation. Besides translating these ,i but !in an absolutely filthy!

will { for governor. of the third judicial circuit of Fla r- '! numerous volumes Dr. Allen! was the condition ; in fact the conditions; exiting __

". wJJle(, ida. He is very popular where he is ,j author of thirty five book: whichprinted I at the jail are a disgrace; to Thee i

; been tF. : The bill requiring express companies known. It he enters the race; .it is j' were in the Chinese and ft county ; the stench inside the build U1 Men's Black Pants light weight Per

Th l' to carry five pound packages for predicted that he will be a formidable Japanese tongues. One of these ing was almost unbearable.. We j $2.3, now $1. 49 pair ,,

a earl. twenty-five cents passed and is now candidate.-Brooksvilie Argus. j works entitled. "Women inLands All( found prisoners on comfort or ouilrs!: : : I.

.' ($CO ', a law of this state. -__"-_____-_" -_ _-. !I ." contrasts the women of spread on the cement floor, tluse i llen'sVork Pants, summer weight Per

hle11\t, The 'secrecy; of the ballot ma v na with the women of other lands hi'l 'quilts or bedding being to filthy? : ;'01' : Now 59 cts
The defeat of the good roads bill pair
( t bar' furnish protection against intimida- !;i it wielded a tremendous influence i human! beings to sleep on.

t : vewr?? by the legislature, judging from the I tion, but we had rather see c'vc,..kthe;I new thought movement among We recommend that the jail! begiven I Men's Felt Hats, black, with plain and

:. : Las (_ comment of the newspapers, is a i coward in Christendom intimidated I I the' women of that country. Dr. Aof 1. a general overhauling, and ,,,al' !I fancy bands, $2.00 Now .. $ ] 39
matter of universal
Para regret. than to know that under this: cloak i,\ len presented a copy of this work.which i suitable iron bedsteads and! decent I

\ IJ< '. secrecy: the primary. that many: of comprised twenty-one volumes bedding be furniht'll.Iso tat; nwcages j Soft Crush! Hats for men and boys, 3Q
lUjJi'! It is no wbelieved that Editor \Vat- our most;; reputable citizens cannot ')',, profusely illustrated. tx the DosagE : of proper ihaterial; be ;instali-r-l! i I Blue, black and drab color cts.
., terson's "dark horse" is Judge Harmon q
tiona believed on their oaths. V.'e hat Empress of Cbina. the Emperor of I II. in place of those now in II".>. ;
; tspecially : 25
: cent' kind .
of Ohio, who was first discovered I. . . Sow 15 cents: pair'
Ares never known any plan of nominating'? ': Japan; and the Emperor of Coorea and on the ground floor. We make ; I 1

:; i. r the ". "' by Grover Cleveland. so uemoralizing? and degrading.rl j; :' were acknowledged with ('onI I these, recommendations in view of I. I __ __ .....

that Jacksonville Floridian. I j spicuous marks of esteem. ,I the recent jail delivery! and of \
o escape
: I''
; Judge Brewer, a member of the supreme i Cups and Saucers, Now 48 cts. Set
When Dr.
aHe | Allen last visited the I nine prisoners. These jail deliveries i

the 'to court, wears glasses tinted The Cuba pines now being shipped 11 j j United States he was called! to Wash-Il being of frequent occurrence: duriuu! Decorated Plates, all sizes worth i5c
:, fur ,, with roseate colors. He thinks that I:are said to be very fine. The duty i 1 ington i by President Roosevelt who I j tonferl'ed hl' past ten years. I set, now 48 C

*. f we are going to have the golden rule amounts to "c per square foot per'ctcrate ': I Just opened Four Casks White
with him
: to d about Chinese a]f11'e recommend that a fence be constructed Crockery to be
a. in this country. but as they do not have to use j I j fairs. i sold
r : around tbe jail that will keep | I at special low price in this sale

t t -' -- sheds to grow this fruit they can :i Dr. Allen's death will he lamentedijbotb. : I j invaders out of the jail yard. I j __-. .. J
to. The Florida railroads will pay about 4 compete well
very with the Floridby .
1 j in China and the United States. We have examined the dockets of i
<. t .t..l $207,000 additional taxes a tear :-owers. But !
!; the sheds
are noot jand;, especially by the Methodist justices of the peace. We find some
6 f reason of the passage of themill 1 i much to protect the pines from the : Ladies' (SkirtsAll
\'n. : ( church of which he was such a bright minor irregularities, but on the whole. :
; .. pension tax and $10 per mile license I cold: as from the sun, and .
T : i pineapples j and conspicuous member. He is sur.1 i ir ,'e found them to be a substantially; i

Tl tax. grown; under sheds) are much step -1 j! vived by his wife and two sons and correct record of the cases brought 'i

is t riot to those grown in the O Il'n. jfour' daughters all of whom live i in before th.-'m, except however.vv''1a'e our Ladies' Skirts must be closed out. Come and
We are unwilling to say that all l !
by t men are liars but we are mighty sorry Should -Editor L'Engle lie convicted I!, China except one daughter. Mrs. H.h been retarded in the discharge! ;: seethe goods and get the prices

T l i S. Turner. of Savannah. Ga. One of of our duties by the failure of jastices!
we i ito
to acknowledge that we know can easily imagine how quickly 1 I i -- ---- -
his sons i is: Mr. Edgar P. hind
i mcn. : Allen a properly over witnesses.
the f :
\ some men to Jacksonville Flo r- governor and his pardoning board : I
". con :: .. idian. will l repeat history by annulling thej j former lawyer of this city. Complaint has been made, to the! All our low shoes will go in this sale. White Canvas
n \ -.--- decree of court and jury TauinaiNews. 'i grand jury that the county judge,! has I Blue, Pink and Gray, for Children and Ladies'

,''lu A bill was passed by the legislature Ii' COURT PROCEEDINGS. issued; marriage licenses in cases: gwbere the $2.00 kind now $ 1.39 ,

., Jutl to appoint a commission to 1 locate We don'c want to see: him ('U11\ct.l.; i There were only two cases tried before the parties were under age i per pair.

.. the bones of Ponce de Leon and el.B I. I In hih trial 1.is involved! more ores I : the circuit court yesterday. Onewas : without any evidence of the consent ,

fair for the : that of Annie Xeal, oof the parents r guadians.: This is i In our rt'ularIlt1u:1.: Cl Mii
'>. arrange their transfer and burial liberty of speech: and the a colored woman ln Saleve reduce+ price in

.: T at St. Augustine.The freedom! of the press. If he can establish : who was charged with bavins in l violation of the statute. j all depart f1Pllt Wevant o ah to buy m "re bargains .

; lIas 1 the truth of his charges it appropriating to her own use a roll We extend thanks to the court and ,!j jus --- ; =

:. t T : Duke and Duchess of Marlborough Seems: to us he ought to be acquitted. jf money in bills amounting to $:?;3t+'1. officers for the. courtesies: shown. 1

> slur will arrange their differencedand the 1 1The property of L. W. Henderson who JAMES CROSBY. Foreman. Our 5 oqd lOc Counters are loaded. Come 't

(. mi again live together. That's right pineapple ,, ea I earnest and the daily; shipmenrs : The woman The fire alarm! was sent: in yesterday : OQd looH through
Like lover's professed
> ;. quarrels, we tope they :at'r her innocence our values.
hill now I from the residence of Ir. i
exceeded and
} twenty car Some but the
will be all the happier in the future. foreign jury was convinced of -
fed l _- shipments have now been made her guilt and rendered a verdict accordingly. :\1 rs. D, M. Bouey. The fire compun- 'i

ral and the indications are that The ies: responded promptly and quickly; :
: The
.' Consolidated Fruit Company export: woman was defend! l
ter t.:), '" has shipped right carloads of pineapples will increase over last \ear. aI'hOllh de by ]Ir. Raymond B. Bullock. {put. out the fire. The damage done i The Ocala
I a giKjd! was slight. Bazaar
hitf' price is very
to European markets. If theprices : offered for ail:! the The! next case was that of Charlie ,

I tri obtained I art'II'WY. : enticingthese fruit ia! the home ciari.ecs.; The Juhu.-rn. colored! who was charged I

1J' hipu1t'llts1l1 l he followed: by ,'uit t is of a mnc-h stijienyr! Illiti': \. with making; a vicious assa lIt upon A Fortunate Texa11' :':. F. P. GADSON

other: I0 I\. all was anticipate: : ? du:'iu;; the' .ion:' I Lai'ayette Miller.:! Johuunas; detVvl"d :\ E. W. Gnodioe. of 1117Sr: Loup Prop.

Tr :'O:lghi.! and! whil:? tlupe.Ccnta, of'" l.-y :Major Izar: St.. Dalla! >. Tt.a: -. -ay"lit: the! past
e and!
wa.ac' '
ant. The "best rroj! ," says: President I-r!'aizt's!! \, HI! he ntiel: :larg-'r! than quitted.Th! year D'r. King's I have New l l.-"me Life Pilb.aciuainte and no l with laxative i j .Fl f.JiftliilR.W' I. ft' \ISIi!! 'JWIf'''''' _] :I .'

'" rai .' Roosevelt, is a ""'1.1)f) children.: The !a>t year the el'op ua wliok1; ujl;:: dej j I grand: jury rtad their nr.al pre-5I 1 have ever fried so "' !i't''t nalJy! ,; .

m. President: ought to conic to Floridaaiivl aa l average one.-St. Lr.cie Tribune./ [ :scntmeiit and was dbcuargHl a"t-jr ,11 i>ptaes: of malaria and! biuu: >:iess.' I[ -tar.a.aew ..rxOca1u :-. --- ---..,,.

biI! attend one of our baby ,: !huw <. _u. ii b, (. ingthani! !:.-il hv the. ,., ,. They,. :on't grind: or ?riK'l'C[ ;::; at TyV ; --- ------ .
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<- >n-r- n'>,- ", ,,;, y,' L r',, '.. .1... .. ......_ '
; tal( {' He would think! n>oV! and more tat! It i b IE'd laic tu riihr: a wronuid : !K-xacting: labors. 6 W. u I itr. l\JI )If" j

let lf it i is a tine aJllIi the: Tru, > 1" ,
; crop. I -I. :: c'-i- :a' i '. :.re TV[ : ? IJSt'1Hlit'nt! will f.e t'o-ini', ._'

> ---- -- I I tl: in ('OHllHl'L, : .:. t. : .: 1 :; ". 'rtt'd: ::!: iu auoi! l pan of 'h'I:: \".' House Wine

: t Mr. ThouiaR> an. the great ,;:..nt av t! foil' bi.- action ... : >. .. n :i. After th prtntnvnt' w'v l't'a,' Rool1)s") J

nib: C'r'a1! wars: vii-t- weaith! i K t-'i- <1 1to iih. W. Perkins .- .g., Bn:1.'c'kok!:: ? .c4-'n; FISIIEL'SMonday
col.n.ta' "+
r r-iate.l a1 oikkr.r.cliviS; million; I'uliars.; !: On iiha: (',Hln o: Kecs. tl-! TRY or I ) R
V t""l\ C.'i.]:'; .: ll"1
has retire J! from active ?hu>in Air c ".ii'i. ,
t. ,, waiiiu hv reo'.e-! froiu l1'''' ;,:.1(1 t': : .lhj .
of lJ' ("m.I. ;" ::' : '",
f Ryan is a Virginian.; He v. ill:! #i < i.i' !; j I tl1'(' 'l ':'" :,' : OLD L1EGHANYPURE
"t 1.f 1. J; : ;tH (':. l'.' I '. '- \.I..h'. I"..., '..:11"1'.. 1'.,. : Sale !
the Mimmer ia! Enron-. ...1 ., .. 1
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f -: ,, :.: ..", ,:...""-. "! '.:", > tr i.t i
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fl f. n. th' '; ll e','," ':"
....:: ,,'!11r<'elt' court of ta'1! : tS I
o t ,';hrt 1 (' ; :!'.:, !.Jt'a.;; m.: j .....
ct11\ ivnileu-d d.vi.-iou .
ir.ut a parent .
.. -. .- and a coij.iVrt and I r,< :: [I . ; RYE.
., Lay ,\.l- and 1 !leeovtr v'.itMP., estroai I.I"\>iCcMr.: : Perkins '
I iinuKdiutoy:: ;an: I IM'uiu Ic '; -"C ; > : > .vc.naii'' -< c: u ;.:" !: J
!i; the: man who M-iis iu\>\.i-: : [' -;-' \ ( : i i- li.'W ,
1.-1..1; -o l'r ; "r '" : : "J"lH': >> vit\in it j JO Yards
.- t to a minor. The: Florida I Fancy : Put
court \ t\ui '
\\ 4
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t l r< fa j full
[ :?- -. referred! !in u id. a'; j i up Qts
probably cisu'ra[ it .. T1 J
: thiopinion. : : "- L'v-:. i <. ra". : I
!;, t 1 City Index. : the haidsc.v! l".rns: ,I Striped and Figured
.gs. in >
( \SIt Fancy Cartoons
:: r ; : : ''' <1111:1;: t I m-re is CEO: tMi-4 j! :: lucvrn; :. )ho\v... .-- '
: would no; bf ,1 '. I'c'.ir.os i : to >ayiu|! i the raee with vE'C.1 t' : .
I' and r r. ,. = .
c< :: au'U ': a".1.1: : v- :_e lea
too !
hO, but it iour own"I\! : .. l'l\.I.L'l; j' --' i In ILLi.-[ i:...:t t-: Swissg79c Delivered l1t .
; I i-d-: \\t !o lt ,,:v a -- '-: ". .t I'; '. &
.. co :; tdi'
that the primary d..l! .- .
; :.l !> : > :! ::': !- "" t '. :'u :. ;'.. ,'

-" fJ' .'-. only inu-n !ed :li; a pr >n -\- \\ ::. '' ::. -' : ,,1::. .!. ..,:. .. .. .n the court 10 ::': I Express

,. :" a liar taa !lie all hp .. '., ... warm Y2-l': ,J l. ;. O Office
., U'iI"C- .,... J';;.,. '"
t gt-t caught: in l'-<- !yill-Ja'K .a 1J. I
vu\ult" "
I rupuiaiion or Ocala the pt'jde! of t..aais; 2.,11: '? I t" 'ar.< : ft! it. 1
.. Fioridian Li\ e oak; (ui-'t to 1 .. .. For .
es'ju a ::-" "-.. .,' t ... ",., 83.20
ou. 1
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t" .O 5.. '....', ., .: .'. ,...;.:< ..,. '. \.l ,, ," ,. !. .. ..!.' \ ;,.;. : -- -- -- --. .r. : ,. .
;' : Hon. Role-: F li .- : ,-: A-:... ;,,:, -.- Regular $1.00 1 a Quart <
Cc: \ :: Ns:. ::c: : fo/
(. into ILL- ..'t : : ...l .. ; ... r Children Ten Whiskey write ;
t. county ; "i.ui r o.: .l.""... ...usn lI\JlUtng to iota1ason of tt,,,, year: t"--:: > 5r-t yards to a Customer ; :

Mr. Rogers was at one time Statethe' {?'aiy:: commercial: t ral-3{,' i'JIh} (,:' unna'tiral: \ !'jo<'ent.1" {',,., i7.', of' complete Price list. J

S ;' Sc-nator from ("ltmI'.!: tt :;llit". and a tlprVfUlfiu : *->-. }-\.J. :: 'r'c' ; 'wi: L ,> .a c''d' >].?' M ki'I.:: : }I.r\ :. ,_ f!
r .
-.Z" 'J' 1'1.i -' ; .. I\J\
: : ,'i the:: Fanm-is'! Ai'.lahco.'i. 1 t.\t: .. : : .:
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_, yi. and :aNo! Sa'e: Inspee'or\ of o-uvic: ; -i.: ,\ [',...t ( I. .. \.. l .. I'd' Ucala House
; .,. ,, '" : ; Wine Rooms.
t< 'camps.-Jacksonville MeTvi'o'i::" .l", .! -" v -"- i ..P.tl M. Fishel's i.
.t t I the remedy. For sale by al druggets: !. .


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NOTICE Local and PersonalDr. I The CcnrHlerateeterans are hams \. The Meeting cf the Band cf Mercy After other games of various hr.s; b

1 '\." a grand time in Richmond this me: firemen invited their guests :,)

Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold Clifford Vincent of Zulter, has ; week. They are being royally we!!- From Friday's Daily.A Hunter's drug store, where they enjoyed

at public auction on Monday the !, gone to Atlanta to spend a few day; 1' corned and entertained by the gee ': large gathering of the Band ol ice cream, cool drinks anti other -

First Day cf July, 1907, with friends.Mr. eruus hearted citizens of that spice Mercy was held at the armor : good things.

at Ocala, in the County of Marion, or so much thereof as will be necessaryto ; 1 did Southern city. The Davis mont i'i Thursday afternoon. Not only were ': Mr. H. S. Chambers, our efficient

pay the amount due for taxes here in set opposite the same together with] Drew Mathews, of Femmgtoi, : ment will be unveiled Monday. :,I fire chief, and his assistants, all proved -
I a great many of the children, who are : to be royal hosts
very and enter
cost of such sale and advertising. : was among the visitors in Ocala Fr i
iI The Montezuma hotel is leased to'' members of the organization
i day. I present, tainers, and their lawn party was a
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.J..-. --' '"..* i j Judge T. J. Coyle of Leesburg, who but a large number of older people big success and the evening will be

a.::. .0... 2 i The legislature of Florida for 19u I has successfully managed the Lake''.I as well. Miss E. Tatham is the secretary I pleasantly remembered for a long

OWNER DESCRIPTION OF LAND 'S ;, gjo a I is now no more. "Let the dead and I View hotel in that city for some year: and also the founder of this time by the fortunate guests.

It :: 9 in: I the beautiful rest" I past. He has also successfully run I'< society and through her intelligent ef-I
.Q = 1 i 3:: (S O
iE- < < E0 I I the Glendon hotel. Col. A. R. Top! I: forts a splendid work is being acjcomplished. .. : Mr. Peacock Purchases the Dannelion '
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l Unknown. . . . lots 1 to 20 inc blk 145: \ -I\ :I- I Mr. Leonard Dozier, who has bee I was fortunate in leasing the Montezuma i The children take great AdvocateMr.
Grant Park secs 7 and .'18 15 18 $ 1 91i to so successful an experience* :
in Jacksonville for some time pas: i i interest in their society and their Quincy E. Peacock, who has
. ; 1.2 of 1-4 of nw 1-4 and I
E Smith. . n hotel is Th
an man as Judge Coyle. '
Mary i sw 14 of se 14 of nw 141715 y\\ : 2 14CVRoberts. I returned home Friday afternoon. ;I motto is: "I will try to be kind tall been foreman of the job departmentof

. . . s e4 of sw 14. . . 101622 40: 230< I I Montezuma under its new management :| living creatures and protect then: : the of the Ocala Evening Star for

McGehee & Mayo. . n 1-2 of se 1-4 and se 1-4 of ;, I Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Thomas, of! was opened for breakfast from cruel usage," and the children some time past, has purchased tie

: se 1-4. . . . 111622 120; 392! : Monday morning.Mr. .
520' 15 4' I Silver Springs, are mourning the !| are living up strictly to that motto : Dunnellon Advocate and has moved
Wilson. . . i e4 and sw 14 of sw 1-4..1117 20,
Thos death of their little daughter. I Several new members were added tc
1-! i ;, to that citMr.. Peacock is
Thos Wilson. . . se 1-4 of ne 1-4 and ne very _
of se 14 . . . .'121720' Sft' 276( C. C. Carlton is now represeni i I the band at this meeting and they fine printer and splendid young man 2

Heirs of W C Eagleton. lot 2 and fractl lot 4. . 61724'. 56 2 76 Many a man who would not care to I ing Olivet Brothers, commission merchants i were presented with their alive and contemplates making many mi '_

J P lots 1 to 5 inc Hatcher'ssub : take Roosevelt's job will envy him his in Xew York and has bough badges by Mr. Harris. provements on the Advocate. Dun- .<
of lot 4.1
1-2 I
of n universal baseball -Philadelphii quite a number of cars of cantaloupe In the absence of Mr. C. L. Bill :
Caldwell's ad Ocala . i i 175' pass. I i| nellon is one of the toning cities and
ad j i Inquirer.Mr. for this firm. He bought five cai tinger, the president, Mr. Frank Harris .
revised !
W J Edwards. . lot 55 Mitchell's I i Mr. Peacock has fallen into the poo-
. . 4 22 i loads Thursday and sold one of the
to Ocala I : the vice president presided. He' session of something that will before

E. L. CARNEY, Tax Collector. 1 M. E. Robinson of Tampa, the I cars as soon as it was ready for shif i, called on Rev. G. H. Harrison to open: : long prove a. very valuable property. i

--- --- -------------------- ------------------------------------- famous "Sunny Jim" shoe drummer, i ment, at a profit of one hundred do!- i i the meeing with prayer. Before his ; Mr. Thompson, the former editor and

I was among the Ocala House guests lars. He like others say 'that the : his prayer Mr. Harrison made a few I owner of the Advocate has accepteda

John B Stetson University !i yesterday.Mr. I melon crop in Marion county is ex- !! remarks to the children, which were position with the Scott Chemical :7-

i ,'. I tremely fine and will bring good moE I both apropriate and pleasing. After Laboratory at Bartow. Mr. Thompson -

Four Colleges and Five Technical: Schools I and Mrs. W. S. Pike returned I ey unless rained by excessive rains : the prayer "Onward Christian Sodiers" was formerly the professor of 4

1)-LAXI ), FLORIDA I home Friday afternon from St. Augustine : was sung. : chemistry at the South Florida Military -
Affiliated with the University of Chicago. I News has been received in Ocala s of
where they spent a very dihghtful !i Mr. Harris then made a short Institute at Bartow and after its -F

LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of ih&University the death of Miss Pauline Sullivan after which Master Roben
COLLEGE OF week. i : speech, i abolition was a year with the Scott ;

of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from 'both I I I father at his home at Americus, Ga; [ Clarkson delighted the audience;with: i Laboratory. Mr. Scott's duties have I

4''j Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs. I Mr. Paul Durand of Ocala has ac- I' Miss Sullivan and her aunt Mrs. G. i I a violin solo, Miss Pansy Saute I become so multitudinous that ho is

COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practice cepted a position with Scott and }Iet.. T. Maughs, a sister of Mr. Sullivan.received ;'playing his acompanimenL He is a ,' going to put Mr. Thompson in full

law in Florida without examination. I calf in the cold drink stand.-Dm a dispatch a few days ago fine young performer and shows decided I; charge 0 f his laboratory and .!;

: COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL'CF MECHANIC ARTS- nellon Advocate. I announcing his critical illness and< ; talent for the violin. I Ii it is a very excellent position as the -=-

Mechanical, Civil, Electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses lead I they left immediately for Americu i i Mrs. L. W. Duval next gave a delightful : constant discoveries of phosphate in !i

ing to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipment. I We hope the county commissioner: and reached that city in time to see .' reading. She is an elocutionI :,: that section keep it always busy.

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches. Bookkeeping ;, wil erect a flag pole from the dom their father and brother before his i I who is always heard with a great I

by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective courses open ir of the court house, and let the ftag death. They have the sincere syra : deal of pleasure. Her selection was i
1 Gf their Ocala friends in their' The Silver Tea at the ArmoryIn
I other Departments Large Faculty and commodious building. II float on all important occasions. pathy : particularly apropos and was greatly; 1 1enjojed. Z
PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, I berea\en>ent. i Mr. Jake Gerig also delighted J
. I spite of the fact of the stormy
\ale, .PrincetQn, Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges. Mr A. McCranie of Tam ,a, i iI the little ones with one of Eugene afternoon the silver
NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS Kindergarten in its own build ; spent Friday with his Ocala friends I )!isslary: Burford left Frida; ) Field's exquisite little chiI reIl's tea given at :,
armory Friday afternon by the Wotuan's
in;?. Primary and Grammar School in separate building. These school ;He was returning to Tampa from a for Troy. Alabama, to join her aum, ; poems. -
Home Mission
: Society of the
especially prepare Public School teachers. visit to his old home in Gtorgia. Mrs. W. W. Haralson They will pry Owing to illness Mrs. Handley and ,
church indeed
I : was a pleasaffair. -
MUSIC SCHOOL-A $iUt>'KUiy. pipe organ, a dozen pianos, separate j ceed to Anapolis, :Mainland to attend her pupils were unable to be present, '
I : The ladies of the societyhad!
building large faculty, thorough courses of study. Mrs. Gordon S, Scot" aid r.er' the naval academy commence and were greatly missed. .
prepared for a large crowd I and
t ART SCHOOL-New Studio. Costly casts, models, etc. I daughter Miaa: LouisScutt.; are i i men:. :Mrs. Haralson's son, James Mrs. E. H. Mote, one of our new very
were quite disappointed that the bad
: / Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold de ; spending the week at Crystal Rive; ,..1 I is now at the academy, this being his residents and who; posseses a beau

; grees from the University of Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, I where they artthe guests of Mrs.: C, first year at this institution. Mrs tiful voice, sang delightfully "}1;' : weather kept so many away. The armory
bad been fixed
a w Toronto, Wake Forest, Louisville, Bowdoin, Utrecht, Bucknell., Universitj; ''E. KernelMr :. II Haral.-on and Miss Burford will ala I, Old Kentucky Home" and two charm : up quite attrac
: lively and an interesting musical program -
,t of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over $300,000.00 ii visit the Jamestown Exposition, ing little songs written especially for: '
million dollar endowment; at and MrJ: G, Spurlin and where they will see Midshipman R. A. arranged. Delightful ice cream
buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter 'I children. Mrs. C. E. Winston, whose
furnishings daughter and Mr;:;. Spur'.n'- mother Jr. who is the New JeiMr and cake was served by a number ot
endowed library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly I 'I Burford. on voce: 1-5 always in great demand and
.I. S. pretty young girls and those that did
and Mr. and Mr.
and sister .1
including stained glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a $10,000.00 pip vet' 'who i is always listened to with pleas '
enclosed Athletic Field, : Leach are the first Ocalaites ft n go i t.)I I brave the weather had a very pleasant -
with complete apparatus; an selection.
organ; a Gymnasium tire sau-c a lovely
time. Rev. R. V. Atkisson and
Lake Weir. They will sp.nIJ Griffin of Lakeland brother of
diamond and gridiron, besides swim : ;popular
Cunning track, tennis courts, baseball I The hit of the afternoon was the .
for men and women;; tht. 4<">_aur ji m ,11 the summer tner< .. !! Mr. Andrew R. Griffin, of Anthonj, several other gentlemen were present
and other sports; separate buildings "two r -'r.jin their famous "grassl3pper" -
ming, golf, rowing ;; Misses Ethel Haycraft. Annie Mathews .
ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Mineralogy and 1 w a& in Ocala Friday. He had just -' ng. This was sung by;
.. .
Jessielu Martin and1: :
Mr. C. A.'auhn: of Higley, inttietel | r.
electric bells, been on a tour of inspection and say .
electric lights,
and shops: it does
Biology several large museums special r1'iest and as alweys : :
; i in the turn.mine industry, i is i that the at Anthony, Sparr and( L. F. Blalock played beautI'IYand '!:
steam heat, cement walks, shell roads, broad avenues, spacious campus i crops brought .lo\\n: the house, the children
in the city on business He will reo :Mrs Winston delighted as;1
: 'I Keddick and on out to Flemingtoi
shrubbery and trees; social, literary, musical and other students' clubs; star and many of the older people being
sectarian teaching. The location is beautiful hum for several days. Mr Vaughn:I are the best he has ever seen in FIoi: I with several vocal selections, w hutMr. :; -
Christian and not convulst'i with laughter. ,
lecture courses; ;
!::llt.: i number fifteen on our list t 01 ida. He says there are eleven cantaloupe Watterson Tucker, who is a very
healthful and the are low. The was concluded by the
and expenses .1 pio-rram::
subscribers for this week. fine cornetist, played a very u-ati.
a.t'Jy : buyers at Anthony alone, di .
For e'iMia'n! *, vufuldirv! and! infi;:rmation, addn-s: tlv President.UNVOLN ,I singing: or!' no: verses of America by
'f I recting the shipping of these luscious I tiful selection.

HULL :Y, AM PI- P., DtLard Flx The family of Mr. B. H. Sander: I melons, and there is great activity in the an.:litnee.. !

It ft Friday last for Ocala, whore they The nt- w members oi! rte band were MEMORIIAL SERVICES
-. [ the fields and packing houses.: For] ,.
will in future reside. We regret tc I Ella Bugie, Frank Pogie. Ruth,, I tf
tunate he says are the vegetablj ,
# 1- ',.>e them from our midst, but wis: h Bean ice and Van Hood Bon:;y and From Friday's Daily.
I of Marion and when the season
. -, growers ,
I. awl ::"ni unbounded happiness and pleas '' Fran is Edward Pasteur. Post Commander T. J. Owen ani: :
; is over they ought to have bushels -
a.f '.' m their new home.-In\ernes his faithful little band of G. Aetcraii j it
X of money.
/flu., s < !i\>n do held memorial servo

Mrs. William Anderson and son, ,,,1.eflnp\-- morning at 11 cio I.: .t'
:\!-' a,1 1 Mr<. Frank Ditto '!tit Fr .
From Flav's: Daily;] .. .
r Willie and Mrs. S, T, Sistrunk lef ; le old; :: .9-ery.
;".' f.r: :\\'wbe ry, S, C.. to :5pend r.i j Friday for Seabreeze. They have< I Son.t' : : ,.. d[, Thereva *:" regular oration a- t! .

-. \ rtl w' eks: with relatives. Fror I i sued mvira'io'S; to a )'a" 'l .
partnieir had been selected t.lis
\ -e-ntIeman \\
I Irentul the Seminole Cottage on the :::
.'r :i'y will visit the Jamestowi I '. M :
< for Thiirbia < ning i: ,.. !
pan -
!1 beach and will spend the summer at < lJurp ;.Us: unavoidably a-<'II
1\;,,'-:' .'m, Washington: New Yor"- thirtie': ,
that popular resort. Mrs. Andersoi : 9t th.cui.rt! : iS pry dent il"

.'. : '" :!' points in the north Dm: .1 j|i will Joined in June bher. daugh i The r"Jen! have a :,. ,mtfll: ..l,'. rat ;'npromptIJ ,tl.t: iInPt' sine rema! -

F '._ :t:1':; : aosenc'1 Mr and Mrs Sat I : th' of \.hkJ r: ar..r:: .
.ta : ey
wter: whirl pr'.teeded to :I '
s'L' 4: f. ters, Misses Sue and :Margaret Anderson :: : :: ey

: I I,1'l keep house in their home 1 and after spending a day or: pro1Jil; any! of which ':-', :. !hare a n_:.: .rate the ": ," s of 'J; .th Union <.t'd r'

Eft Qtd Lt last nih:1 l: had '::.!::." '
two at the beach Mrs Sistrunk will W ; \ onfc'ltrat.Idris! ; :: The p'c.p
> 1ir For Home Drinliing M". and Mrs. F: E. Haskell: wh electric! !.,': a't""s the la" ::. "
.ts strung
: their
AlOIMGt ft r- .1 return" home and in a short while wil\, ere \0:1': !:-'rou""' V.i" :::
;cnU :11 a hamNoii! home: at Weir shadt ti :'h .' utern, !:''! -
a .
back to Seabreeze accompanied by;? Y. .Japanr-- .' flower- arj no .:::1'. : OIilne ;
: .".'. ():1 the! short5> of beautiful' Lak I much! a" ;.utiyene: s,r',
they a.- : ) ,
A dcli.ious non-alcoholic fresh- I her (.t.i dren and her sister, Miss Annie r
r \\', .:' passed' t'irouih: Ocala Thurs .
the scec"; A big; :rfJ'.r; ""f lad;" '; :1' -
I Atkinson. She went Friday to I
t' to drillk at honk. If ft ion on their way to Ncx \\ .;
ing beverage ai :: :: r make arrangements for spending the eentcc: !: nspIJrd..l J e ind.: I:: A Monument t; Voaf

taken with or after meals it constituts Y :; Pnj-'on:: and other nor !heriummer. I i summer at the beach. and s.tit; ;: a mo::: .::.:',ful ( ;\1'-

: a delightful safeguard against L't: "' :. "'Ihnd tw! .. I with ::... :'semen.: s'::,.) :..Ld a1'I'-::,,,' : Ail: ;, rT'. I". 1-

and dyspepsia.A ![ Mr John 'T. Lewis, inspector of many !r ?s antl ("Jr.3ts for t! : hate in :' :r.
w1 indigestion Vr! :N L \\Y'iai:! the pf 11'idOJ r''f
Tr. :
of thr; :
; prisons, was in Ocala Saturday. Hi al::;" Ii.c :- -3. : le .: -
dozen bottles should hit in1 ,,: t'.-. Fur t Ring Gnxvry, has soi!'l.1 .v, '..
:1. be1.-: to the L'
: was at Tallahassee; while the legis'a: err': ; ::e lat. if : : tr..r .
ad times ra :r. ::.i:-, e-rabhshnnLCt: to one or ou!r '
your refrigerator at ture was in session and says that the; Lien was brought a.-o -',ulsiticn! : lrlli 2L,I i. 'ith- r. jes o: -
i it tleis ::. : .,.:i r:11'chantwho will continuE.> i fine nitsic.One .
Seil to the family or v'i:its IN Marion Delegates behaved exceeding furnished Mate T---T, 1.1' erlyroyed, 1

1 r\il and beneficial Yoai.il ".. '''." the Store at the same srani}, !y wv.l: and commanded the respec..1, of the" diver i i"__h- )f the t ,'. L. ho-ph i" 1 ?in'would '" .

ii'ply in \ d:, ,i': wa consummated: Fr popula. '. mg was a "fiorai Cj"' -;." A .-:''': .ilions of .
? \\ you any quantitSou of the entire body and were : Qou;;a : > .tiy L; f t

''' } :_': V:t have not' learned in wha', favor generally. Mr. :Mathewcaptivated : : board with a hn'e l':: ::i the > '" .)r o'!.t.: .. HP says that L.-'- r
e\'erywht'Ie.large a-
,!, 5:11311 butt!",', o- .: a ., :i :.' -- Mr'anis'! will Inga5t., the ladies of the capita]l ; was placed in the center of th.a'> :: not;: n,j 1t., ish in the entire w. r'i
f- :.. t"ac'. '..- lends w L h him suc.eas: iI 1 '
city and was selected to deliver th* The board was gorgeously dry ra ': ) pa.- fur '.' half the pbosphaiUacj -- .'l
!.":_; h:' r, :'. \', :\t-nture ho undertakes.,
lD rt W4 : medals at the commencement exec. with sunflowers and the la,I1_ L': J t. \Lr. n, Citrus: Levy, E.-! :

ocK' ( nii. irROCK: (' ,! P\\Y vises of the Woman's State CollegeMr. i gentlemen were furnished w.rn.-: :.- :::'.,: r. ndo. 1'- ., .id D Soto coon' .' -
L M' E. C, Hood who now reside:
r J1tSc't: ilLF.' 1-1.\. : Lewis says that Governor Brow' 1 flowers to throw through the t<-:'- \-. lor..ia o.', Vogt an incalcu" ; i
:' Ha> .uu, Cuba. is at Oxford s'.pe: '
ECO s'Q and has grown wonderfully in thE t one getting the most flowers 'r-: Jebt oj -r.ade :' :' having di i-,
4rI ':1'. :: !I'.tt': ; the shipment of the lat: t"
public estimation since the last session .1 the desired goal was awarded a box red tl.: := vast resource of i,:.' .
:'.:, '- Wright's hi 4t tables from t.':s
and scarcely without: any effor t of Huyler's candy. Miss Marion Gal wea:rh-Punta Gorda Herald.
,. '. :: :i'.I: Warm Spring: Hatnmoc]Ii I
THE: C ARA1 'C; ; AEi. & SON CO Wr'lv'esa' e 0>st< Outers; Oci '> Fa i controlled the legislature, which a t oway was t h. winner.
Col-can. Mr. Hoo,,j
: : :
: :
.. i first appeared somewhat hostile t:) .j Another game was throwing rings DEATH AT THE HOSPITAL }
.\ ..- ::: 'cala Fray! seeing: his man;,\
.. :some of his favorite measures. Mij over a pole, which caused much merriment 1 -
:. !i. J h.-re i'r J. E Charles, a[1'g I -
j Lewis thinks tbe governor will no't and a handsome prize was A Mr. Black, of Georgia. died -
Ferry Seeds o\u r Capitalist; was also amon, I
tre not aa expert* I ( call a special session; of the legislature \ also awarded in this game. hospital Thursday night of ty> ,1
Education Mail! ,':: F: ..a! visitors. i ,
by 'cient bat with propercoltiiuon .
k ? tliey ass are success I for some months yet. He wig r j Still another pleasure was the cutting fever.

No kavmg b tnr ,r enw!f'y ,,.-nr to get anedy from tie start t'Beers lave no '.!:' Tat mas E. Pritchett of Candle)!,1 first canvass tie state and arouse tb of the "good luek"eafce. This : Mr. Black was brought to the :.
eat:tft t ie tin:) '10&.11. \1.ty.yt w : 71ttiL'atk Courts at p>anticg nor disappointments _
""'rug,, atU ueua J.., r t.,.. at harvest. Get a;- .n CKa'.a Friday staking hand s !public sentiment in favor of the meas I was done by means of voting, those pita a few days before his i UI
OnuillWU' tinetonO.;:"1"'.",t. U: :"n.l.At.etc.. !' I where he was af1: ;':
Thorrr. EtyTaught by11.11 TeadlC -StangW \t.- .. 1::- numerous friends and hast e tires that were not adopted and i:r recieving the most votes having the from Martel,

to sadnaal eanunattnru: 1. U1)USl'alAtkal'b.l"JN.,dva_,'a&I.r .y n :' *o be a fact that the peache s ![ successful in his campaign of educa.- f\first chances at the cutties. In the. his home. His remains were sei.- t.!
I .q!: mi' i i-jni Candler were the fines t I Lion will then call the legislature to. ; cake was concealed a ring, a stick i, his: home for'burial.A t

;t'tlt t.tlt from Florida and the con: gether in extraordinary session. pin, a thimble and a dime, and the I:

.'s'I -- -- -- -- for biggest, surest, best crop IlllSI on nen to whom they were a-: I four persons that "good luck" perch, court house Is being constructed
: at aU dealers. Famous for over Ga.. at Brunswick,
Everybody says, ice cream eaters 53 years. 1907 S
especially that "the Anti-Monopoly free on reques.D. I are certainly entitled to the blue rit'bon. ,.I for gopher soup. The gopher; fortunate.' Is. this contest Miss Edna that will cost $100,000 and the picture
M. FERRY A Co., : make it look near so
does not
Drugstore is serving the best Ice Detroit,Mich. The peach is one of the eon t- just now is very popular in Florid:L Culverhouse and Miss Mary Gates

I t' tied and in the cut the former won. J fine: as ours.
cream. Increase of trade stows It. ling crops: of Florida. literature. ,


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........ .............&.....: i j A TALE OF THE OCEAN I ITUpon .,4

t..O. I ,
J INTERESTING LETTER a mountain height, far from that I
t :
Covert t tCanl s sea, t! Florida Life Insurance Co. 1

f : FROM HON. W. K. ZEWADSKI I found a shell, i I i

And to mj listening ear the lonely i ; J JI

.. : thing !

: ;i Ever a song of the ocean seemed to i i! i Fla.
The- : Springfield' a Growing City Attracts Visitors Became It | sing, I' I Home Office, Jacksonville, I

TIle Home of Lincoln, Outclass and Logan A
: Ever
Tamp a tale of ocean seemed to tell. i) i.I
be inl : Costly State C'apital-Illinos! Legislative Appropri"ations o I. I

"GorHe : Foot+ Up -fiU4( 4JIIO\lU++ \ City and *: How came that shell[ upon that mountain I Capital $1,000,000.00.STATEMENT :
ha' County Democratic height
t .
propo4 l ;r . *. Ah! who can sayWhether I
+ 4
..... AAAA .6. wLLww LLLwwLw LLw LJ.Ll wwwwtor. I
....... .TTTTTTT. 'ryyyyyyyyyyyyy..Y.Y I -
the 4 there dropped by some too !

Springfield Ill., May :2", ll">;. descendents are numerous. This will : careless hand, I V4I ;II I\

Jlt'Ol'l\t To the Editor Ocala Banner: prove to my. advantage.From i I Or whether there cast when ocean I II I

"Th what I have seen, I anticipatea I swept the land
Almost a year agi we left you and I 1
hi rase!" rto r- very exciting time here during the Ere the eternal ?bad ordained the

thtf f came to this city to make it our home, presidential campaign of 1908, and day I' .

the ii} 1 and not one word have I written to I tbe present forecast is that Bryan .1 I I i OF BUSINESS

acted; F k your readers to let you know how ware e and Taft will be the nominees of the Strange was it not? Far from its na : II
media1' t two great parties. tive deep. f I J
like the
getting on, or how we .j.
the p; west I am making this longer .than I One song it sang- i Issued During the First Twelve Months 11

tbroufpeopi. ; '; ought, and will follow it later with another Sang of the awful mysteries of theas I : :
< Springfield is! the capital of the! (I 'I I I I
iiy wife and all of the boys, tide, I : t !

latioat state of Illinois and the county site of well as myself, are quite well and Sang of the mysty sea, profound and 1' !!

"R* ,: Sangamon county; has over 5 ,OOO) have stood the winter all right. Someday I wiled !: 11{ ;

franc "- population. and is very much .of a we hope to make you a visit an I I Ever with echoes of the ocean :' :; I

| '. city; itt is just one hundred miles renew our old time friendships. We rang. I :

".vi! '' ; from St. Louis and two hundred from !j enjoy the weekly visits of the Ocala ; May and June, J 906. sios,5oc.c: j

ina tot ... Chicago; it has many places of inter !papers very much, and wish you all And as the shell upon the mountain I '.I ,

fned ;, ,. est and many thousands of people I much happiness) and prosperity. t height I a
I July and $163,001'""I
will I :. : visit itevery month; having been the \C. K. ZEW ADSKI. Sings of tbe sea August. :'

county| home of Lincoln causes an interest I I So do I ever, leagues and leagues ; .

rfpreb r .- which is both sentimental and patri DAMAGE TO TIMBER I away- "

an < ,; otic as well as historisal; Lincoln'sold I, So do I ever, wandering: where I may, '; September and October $28 ,500.00 I I
: '
thing home and his monument are un- I i Sing of home ,
:. Drouth and Bugs Cause Much Timber( j jto my II I !
1t' der the care of the state and naturally Die Loss to Turpentine i|I Sing, 0 my home Sing, 0 my home, ;

,' attract the people: the court house Operators Heavy I" of thee. November and December $413 COO 00 1

I- was formerly the state house and it is -Eugene Field. !I
r' { Ocala, Fla., May :31, 19". ;.
tSpec' a massive, splendid structure, well!
r' At a largely attended meeting of I : $571,000.00
Inds[ ;. preserved, and has been the scene of the Ocala! Sub-Turpentine Operators WHERE THE MONEY GOES. I i January and February, 1907 -

many events which have: had their effect
; Association held this day in Ocala,
thin on our national history; Lincoln, Some weeks ago about the middle
Florida, a committee was appointedto $703,000,00
Pj March
of Douglass, Logan and others whose ascertain as nearly as possible, the of the session, tbe Senate adopted a and April .
to arThont: .
familliar to all Americanswere
t names are extent of the damage sustained in resolution (No. 48)), calling upon the .
; once at home within its walls. --- -- -- --
li t this section of the state by reason of governor and other administration officers -
c'iaf; The capitol is a beautiful structure
the dying of timber and also from )I
dint which cost $4,200utm+ and containsmuch I, of the state government for information -
willwhirl ,. forest fires during tbe past winter. I $2,245,000.00
f 11' that is of interest, including a. After a thorough investigation of'l I concerning the number and I Tolal"NOTHING -

lien f library. the matter the committee reported names of clerks and other employes of r
They are now finishing the supreme I
that, after full each
Th! : a and complete canvass department, their respective duties I :
; court which will be
building creditto
a of all reports and information iI ii I :.
a Ianescor { compensation. The responses i I
the state
costing $500,000. iI :
obtainable from owners and operators I I
: t The state arsenal has a seating capacity to this resolution appear in Senate I !
iden of fifty-two plants or stills, there Ij I
of 10,000 and many are the conventions the journal of May 18, and provides some i II j
was at
to betview present time fully :2o percent I
; that are held in it. of the timber dead, and the end of the most interesting reading of thesession. I! : -
The state fair is held here each I I
laws : not yet in sight, with a shortage in Every citizen desirious 0 fl:
year and attracts many thousands of the ; more fully demonstrates the fact that the citizens of Florida
crop upon the anticipated output appreciate
Jlara4 learning just how the
batte4eras people daily; it is very instructive to at the beginning of the season, of I are being expended in public the moneys ; ; FLORIDA LIFE they can secure Insurance That insures at an

the farmer and stock raiser, and lasts.tend3.ys not less than ;So per cent I I[ of the army of clerks another payment em- ,'I j I.) :; Honest Price, and: at the sane time keep the money within the confines of thcir own
during which time the is
tiotlapresii < in gay attire. If any of my friends city I If the timber continues to lie, it i is I plo't's. should send for a copy of this !Il I II state to assist in building up the section from which received.

impoaible at this time to estimatethe : j journal, as well as the Senate journal 'I
intend j ji
visiting me, come when the i
the fair is on. loss. i jfor May 21, containing suplementary i
that i responses the R. STRIPLINGrV. -
All these advantages together with subject to Senate I Agent
afterthe Big Conference on Panama Exposition ; resolution Xo. 59. ,
the avenues, parks and lovely homes, rl i I
if inn New Orleanns. Time and : OC. L
forbids FLORIDA
make i space an extended
:, ;' Springfield a delightful place to ,
fur t live in.Tbls. The commercial bodies 'of New Or-i: !! review of all the responses made ton I:

to deInw'. county is perhaps the best for leans headed. by the Progressive Con 'I i tbe two resolutions, and we can only I Hat -L- -- h.

i ana the .Merchants and '! this time take note of a single instance .
.' corn in the whole belt; the soil is Manuracturers' I _._
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illustrative of ---- ..
j as the subject.
black and produces seventy-five bushels Association have issued a call I -
rt'1a t ; ,i ; to the acre; and none planted .yet I, for a Panama Exposition conferenceto I! The comptroller consumes three I Learn The Art OfMILLINERY ...+0,4........+..4C0..0.++...b..a
+ f this season. Cold weather is still l he held in New Orleans on June !I pages of the journal in a classified: !I : +04 Zi+94..49+x4+

U\'Ilsi' with us. j ?;. :28 and 29 and invitations to participate [| statement of the several branches of I| OCALA'S BIG MAIL *
Tit I work in his office and closes with a | ; ORDER? HOUSE.
This county produces>> great quantities are being sent to all commercial j I i -- ----- *
T1 tIP of coal and fortunes have been' bodies and cities in the southeastern I! list of the employes except( janitors) j I .

Is made in Mississippi valley and south showing a salary list of twelve clerks. I *
by many this business. It I it means
by tf retails for ten cents a bushel delivered ;; westernn :states.: The exposition is !I receiving a total of $14,6i>0 per an- I J G. D.
Th designed : num. exclusive of the comptroller's A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE. :' HOGANHaving
to to celebrate the
your basement or $2.50 a ton; : completion[ !|
incrfomi; and with the large crops, together of the Panama canal and the Lakes I salary. Six of these are authorized I j A DIGNIFIED POSITION. $. *

with the coal, all the railroads have 'to-the-Gulf deep water way, the bene I in the tax redemption department, a | Good paying positions secured for i

mif f money to burn, our railroads are the fits! of which will be felt by all sec branch of the state government which | graduates. purchased the saloon .

"Ott- tiutii '''I;J.; finest in the country. Here are some 'tions of the country, but more immediately -I brings little or no revenue to the| Write and ask for particulars operated by W. J. McGrath property formerly .l

; of by the southern I state. : and made im II
'. : them that serve us: Chicago & and western many :

n T.. Alton, Illinois Central, Baltimore & 'start the movement in real earnest : Not quite satisfied with; the showing j; American School Of mail provements orders on same, I am now prepared to handle :

fairT -:" ;'Ohio. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. :after a conference among the delegates made under resolution Xo. 4S tee with the greatest facility. The large
( .. variety
St. Louis, Cincinnati & Pittsburg. : from these states in order that Senate later adopted resolution Ao. I of brands of Whiskies i Wines
i | Beers
past; : Millinery Etc;, now :
9, ;
ft Wabash and others. the views and ideas of all sectionsma ] > asking as to the employment of earned enables me to fill the order
I of
sionfmin Politically, tho county is democratic ] be Known and acted upon. I j the same clerk by different depart- Savannah . ..Ga. J short notice. The premises everyone on : t

but is close and it is not a certainty Once these Mews become known !i ments. with additional pay the response -i iy for this lass are now fitted up especial- e
( _._ ; of the business
until the votes are counted; how the work of organizes: : the o\i-o-rin to which disclosed thp fact' --- ; and your orders will
Itt4; be filled :
ever,?hey have at present most a!! of will commence on a big :?calt.: Xex.' that one of tae comptroller's' clerks, J j jI the same. day they are received and
LilU shipped a
the offices, with the state represematives Orleans] proposes to raise te! sum of!jat i a salary of $!.:>)'>. was also emj :,I f on the first train. In your next order

ral fell t i and a congressman, that make :'$5.niiii.'). I! ployed as a clerk to the pension board I I h. THALGOTT include ..

ter. me feel like I a:i at home. The exposition: will!l be heM; in 1315 !!!I at a salary of $;)1)1) additional: but did Proprietor of the Hogan's XXXX

r The nesroeou- sometimes with or rub on the! .s'u-e! rf Lak; Pont- | not disclose the fact that the chief: !' DUNNELLON BAKERY. Rye i
edufrriu !,
the democrats and t.on.t time against chamain, itant'.l'.a-y. : : :n the rear: of ltv ':
fbuilt.' 0.. them; about six thousand of them in I Cat1: : v' :." '. c *". .t",rat :xno&i-. L lion! to his salary of $1.3': also re-i'!j[i i !is Pies.now prepared Etc.. on short to ship notice Bread.and Cakes guar., coots the Market +:
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the city. I t.:' n ,'f grearr.: :t.: ', t .tr heM for ceivts f es fir examining! ; the state h;i i antees satisfaction in a?. cases.FUXRRAL .
vote G.
Our j'ulges are: all I! o1! vt..i. the supreme I I fie: c'h>bl;U:.':' if a '!h.:-; ..-.a; i in Blanks' : nor did; they; i"-c'ose: : ih* e1h'oyment : i D. HOGAN

Tra{ .. court ha a U'ju'blicaa: nlaj.r- j1iiy '--' > pa.<:t aL 'X".HT; n- :.,.aV'Mi or coMpenba';_.:. o" r'je r + !
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audTrail !I I
!: so\t-n in alp.:! and EM 1'1lttli a 1 V* hI r t-:.e !I'1!" -t "r ,)'.:ter ":oral- clerk or step+cranL'or. rot 1IJ.lt..l. in'! _, i Ocala .
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year. w >' have three circuit j idses ail! :?:.:: ;-i.iif hl''a: auai.t-.1:':" r-:!.' !!is-t. i.or the fact thar the ct:,'.e f I d Florida. a
rUJ :
of whom '' clergy! ;: ii> the tea of the -- _. _
are d :itocrat" our court [ comptroller T __
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bills{ J/(1 : .i .'" !_ : I. _ .._. !
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has fi\v tern'o anuaa'ly: of two : Lord Rothch.ld: Gloomy and Pessimist a the one "tt\riv'd to r._ recivir;:: | Oldest __

taut felq months iach "mdmalt's' uat ,'c. ; ,v.) fea'a-i-s; aggrcgat:us S1."'MI, i-; WtysKey House in Central Florid ,; :|

nionihs i.'it uf'tL: ,.' >tar. 1tltillUdtSy.; ''n,: tL'-f! tri'5! si: 'ena'awXcv .
ptnj< L : I ..,;,.c:1Lt: i;: !tCl '1'. 't" and the Max ti' .:i+ uovoa Opt th' 1 :, "' t<,t.-':' a tb, : ':: : : \ o do nor accuse ai-Lodv; : el ...... ... ).
with 4otJ cat'? I'!. use law ,UK !'I.'t. ;and Y l't'i\ 'in> [rvL : we m.'ko; r.o ('it'ruci: : v- ? .,
nutto \ : '. .' ,. ,
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t tf j,, Every CUMi.i.ui>jd W, a j.v j of _'::.:, .- t i"a'J" : "\\iai i. '-' (':m :!i-l! titci or uot. \Vt.ni": ,/ c,'I at- j -Z ; .wt ;: 1:3'l' .., ,' :r "ft.' ;'".'[ ;;
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twelve [ ittrura u; 'ho "i5.Clty: ', : '
: state j-n- notu':3"t.: : : -e Sc-sa-j; .

there is no i-U.i: : .:' $; and j'rdct, .e act Ic'-i a :i"':. .a ; ::.ry i'ar- '.': 'Lo: treotltttl. :--d i- getiiar; at r":: : fact-. r"T''I'"<'.; -."- .'.,CTu'-'" .'-';, I FURNITURE!I
world! .J.HiiVt : "> FURNITURE I 1
: ht're as: in F'.ur.Ja.: the court biicg: : a nd: the! u:!*'Ssioa;; 0: :;'.':?,t- .rs of information !
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"Ed't: h"n\' il.e: so-ast::: mo't'mc.nt ,
always openou uj'pi> to the cotrtt : : has been bru rom the rfor;:;.s to the -- t full! "Ih:.k i.f < \15i| ,> i 'a-Kc1' ..
I for time to pleat j and :>o on each step :;hi to the front :: two r?:3 o''iiions: which i.9'. r a distinct: and Buriil: I.rn-.S'..,-....-, bL; ';en 'f.

: i of the ease until Kiady for triaL then 'in j the I'nittd State you hate Pre boating upon the Liavr which the : Burufrvnt! .... I Smith &
idem! Roosevelt attacking the I Roberts
Ir eH'fTUl'sday the docket is called, : railj: attempted to m\ebtigate: I

t ,it and the cases are set: for the week. t; way interest; in France also tier Later we hope to consider some of Embalming! to Order Ij I ,
are socialistic
r t \ juries are judge .)f law and facts, ini I tendencies and proposals other responses to the Senate resolutions .. j -- r
[ for an income tax. The : -- -- --
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f I some instances the jury fists the secf natural re- ,-Tal'abassee! True Democrat. : -- --- I.
f ten e. The legislature has adjourned ;! suit is to depress markets and while ;i !
just j OGata

It ', having been in session since.I this situation policy I cannot continues regard to dominate the outlook the :, The editor of the Georgia BillvilleBanner ] Jerry Burnett, j \ Furniture i? 003

January no limit; their pay is $1000 says: '.
with "
t. :: and I note that the appropriations for a reassuring feeling. How can the country !.
i :, Asked whether the Campbell -
the next two years is over $26,000,000 I Ban I Go to the dogfj. Merchant -
nerman movement might not be I
f. As the legislature of\Florida is now aI' With fields white* with cottonAn'
source of weakness, Lord Rothchild'
l '; ending, a comparison of the amount I ; corn fer the boss I When in
: said need
I : of
,:; appropriated by it will give you an I any ,
Ii "Xo doubt people are afraid of this Tailoring.
: idea of the difference in the cost of The republicans of Wisconnsin who thing in
f government and will not invest their I I made fun of the our line
running the two state governments.I I democrats for norm i
';1;,' fortunes in home securities at t ejnating r: Grandfather '
find southern sentiment
a strong Gassaway Davisi
f. present time." get our prices
here from the fact i for vice-president have .
existing possibly -- 11 nominated: a Ocala, Florida. :
: that a large number of settlers came Mr. +I man 7S years of age to succeed Senator -i
David S. Woodrow went up to Finest Imported and
r-' here in the early days from Virginiaand Jftsoirrflle I : Spooner. The nominee: is load-i j ;
yesterday to spend th Domestic, Cloths. .
t. Kentucky. After the civil elect down with riches and OUR
war Sabbath I this was his MOTTO
: with his IS
t family, who have
3 others and they and their.c strong pull with the republicans of TO
f: t many came fci; la that city for the past month: 1 that state. Fits Cutting Guaranteed.a Specialty PLE0SE !

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Party for Two Young College Boys.
J\ ,y1 s....44440000444e0M.400e040N.t...4+44444444 I OF JULY CELEBRATION? I II
i night at PresbyterianManse
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: 4Hr4444.4444e 11444404 044414 Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox entertained Systemic Catarrh of Summer

I: .I A iJKitlon; was circulated among I about thirty boys and girls!

0 ; i 4> 'Uc-ala'j: business firms yesterday to :|I very happily in honor of her t\\ >
: : XYAL'SftTjflM 0 I
., + 4 asc ,!-rain: the sentiment regarding the ; young brothers, Witherspoon an-1!
: < < Fourth of cele Richard Dodge. who are at home
: : 4A ity'ha'ing a July Affects
; 0 from Davidson college for the sum
e ;' 4 bration and the pulse seems to beat I
l t [ : mer. This is the first time these young
, 55 j : i Eczr'itii. ; 1 J i :'n favor of celebrating the occasion I'men have been in Ocala as their

I .. ,t .1' ,,J v i v! Ii .. 4 0 and bringing as many people to the II:;, .parents moved here in the fall after
. 4, oiiy as possible. Many
< they had gone to school. They are fiat r t
The : V'
! following conclusions will +
: <, I ,young fellows and bid fair to become
t ; 50 Cents a Bottle I 4 -h.the sentiment for and against ;: .
;, 2 I very popular wan the young peop:' a
< it. i I
+ .:in their new home. .
I I For It-Hr-Iv''nston & Pasteur, G.i i' Organsof
: AT THE : : Quite a number of entertaining
4ii.! _\. ):a"h. Jake Klein. Will H. Tison. !i
made the
i games evening at the
}I io0 Frank Gadson, Anti-Monopoly Drug I :Manse pass in a most delightful way

Sov. G. D. Hogan, Bernard Selig- the .
One of the games was a memory
i ostoffice Drug Store 4 !:'.:lU. Charies Peyser, H. J. Precht j t tn.jtun 1 test in which one of the guests were

4 Store. Variety Store. Ocala'
1 taken into one of the rooms and then
., 0 Furniture Globe !
Company. Clothing
I :isked to make a list of all the articles;
0 t Company, M. Fisbd; Mrs. Minnie Bost.t' .
> Body
; i they could remember to have
: :. i Prescriptions Prepared Property. ; ** ., freight: & Lang, Carmichael & 'I'.seen in the room.. Miss Alta Pearsonwas t far

:. 0 4+ *4 S'.u Company. French Bakery Ocala !I. "handed a lemon" for remembering j k '
+ !Igo'IVine Rooms ASr'.eok. %
[ Miss Mary -
1.900..0400e900 a 900 640.444 K.Oi ia4N14 8000041004 J 1 the best: and to Frank Harrisjr. I
and Shoe There is no
Guarantee Clothing
44.4444+0.4b44044s4a4eis94tsa4s4boDO404id4s44t60s der j ., fell a potato for having remembered
Company.: :.Iarion Shoe Company, F.
the ft>west.. letter remedy in
_. .... G. B. Weihe. Rheinauer & ;]
-- ---. ---- company.
--.- The most enjoyable feature of the!
-' -- -- -- -- --- - -- ---- the world than
Sample Shoe Company, C. ):. Schlem- 4 ,
Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. I .Mrs.I T. E. Uridsvs and son: and evening was; the auction conducted 7' I
mer, Farris Carlisle Arcade Barber ,, Pe-nt'tta for
: niece. Mi.!i .s Lnllie Ueschamps. who : I jy Dr. Dodge. Each girl in turn was sys

., .. has been Mr. Bridgt-s' guest for Shop J. .Alexander. ((covered over with a sheet and the (GEN'I QI IAWLEY, I i femic ciit ii rlc. "

, SOCIAL AND PERSONALMr. ; souie months, left Wednesday for i Opposed to It-T. B. Snyder AuI! joys bid for them "sight unseen," tohave ,
C. R. Hen- S-- I S. JB. Ilartmaa M. D.
gust Wolff Martin & Cam j ,
and to hold, during the hoour
\\ sactty. S. ( .. tor the summer.

Mr. Carl Harter, of Sparr, was I iricks. i 1 hat: the refreshments were served..I'I A War Veteran's Experience.General .
: Indifferent-Marion Hardware Company ;
shaking hands with Ocala friends j Miss Nellie Stevens, Misses Marguerite ; rhe bidding was very spirited and ;

Tuesday.Mr. I Porter, Minnie Lee Carlisle, j H. B. Masters, Knight & Mar- ,': ,rash. some of the girls bringing asj: A. F. Hawie! y. l-'xi: i'th street, N. W., Washington, D. C., writes:
tin Company, Mclver & Mackay A. :
| Mary Gates and Mr. Edwin Spencer I j I fig i ; as one million dollars. j "/have used Peruna and find it very beneficial for kidney trouble, and
Charles Peyser had the United E. Burnett, Ocala Music Company, S. After the refreshments had been: ; especially good for coughs colds and catarrhal trouble."

from his went up to Jacksonvilel Tuesday afternoon ''R. Whaley, Postoffice Drug Store, T. served: other were played and\ . ........ -". wwwwww. .. z
States flag floating building to attend the B. Y. P. U. con- E games i
I on Jefferson Davis' memorial day. vention. i\V. Troxler. ,: t he evening's memory will always be I Il Spring and Summer Catarrh.I' Peruna has for a long time been regarded -

Ii Announced.'c': L pleasant one to the young people I There is a form of catarrh especially as the remedy par excellence for

Mr. J.V.. has Engagement \t'ho were present. prevalent in spring;: and summer, called conditions of this kind.
Messrs. M. C. Dosh and L. F. Bal- .Sylvester gone to :
i Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Epperson of
I by Dr. Hartman systemic catarrh. j The accompanying: testimonials are
lard have gone to the Jamestown ex- St. Petersburg: to spend several ;! Williston, have announced the en- 'i i This form of catarrh especially: deranges -j sufficient to indicate the promptnesswith !

position and may spend the summer,, weeks with relatives. During his absence -: gagement of their eldest daughter, ; Circuit court in Session. j I i the stomach, bowels and other : which Peruna relieves these

there. I II tis daughter. Miss Leafy Sylvester :: Allie, to Mr. Otis Francis Hester. j The first session of the circuit j organs of the abdomen. The whole symptoms and the satisfaction vUicfc

I I will be the guest of Miss Emily | That it will give great pleasure is court held in the new court house I mucous tract lining the stomach,liver, people express concerning the use of

Mr. Henry Raysor has resigned Ford. ; undoubted. for being a young lady of c onvened Wednesday morning and I bowels and kidneys is in an inflamed Peraua.:

his position at the Seaboard and has i and good's he judge and other court officials i condition, and these organs; fail to per Catarrh of Stomach.
f gone to Jacksonville, where he has Mr. J. A. Holloman, editor of the ,. common many sense, Miss Epperson has always t'JOked: quite swell surrounded as they I form their proper function. W. K. Callahan,proprietor of Big SIMr

accepted a position. Industrial Record, and a member of I, were with their new fittings and fur- Systemic catarrh may be or may not : Hill Farm, and a prominent fruit
I been favorite and
a socially,
the Jacksonville Development Com ishings. be accompanied by catarrh in other : grower and stock raiser, Glenvar, Va.,
has scores of friends in this and oth- !
of the body. In some cases thereis
t pany, who are now operating in this parts writes:
Mr. Harold Atkisson has gone to The desks and chairs are of the
I er states who will wish ber every joy. \ a hacking cough. It may be also associated -
Orlando to spend a few dyas as the city, is a prominent guest at the Ocala finest oak and latest patterns.The "I write to express my kipdness
\ I Mr. Hester is connected with the :; with catarrh in the head. 4
of his roommate, Mr. House. delivered the I toward you and your good zaeaicine,
'guest college court having
| Williston Manufacturing Co., comes | But, in typical cases systemic ca Peruna."I .
Leroy Giles. ; c harge to the grand jury at the ses- tarrh all the organs" of the abdomen are
Mrs E. .C. Dorsey has gone to Jack- from a very prominent family, is a had a very bad spell of sickness
ion in May, the criminal docket was in a weakened and sluggish condition.
Z4. sonville to accept the position of matron !, young man of recognized ability ins:\ j and could not eat anything at all.
Miss Annie Mathews returned borne onnded and the trial of cases was at j and Biliousness.
at the DeSoto sanitarium. This !| business and his future looks very \\s I Dyspepsia "My head,stomach,infa.ct, my whole r

Tuesday afternoon from Candler, position has been held by Mrs. E. J. II! bright indeed. |10 nee begun. j Sometimes it is called dyspepsia, at body ached, and it looked as though
where she spent ten days with Mr. The will take the The first man to be convicted was!I other times biliousness, or the patient nothing would do me any good."I ; .
wedding place
Redding, of this city for the past six ,
and Mrs. John Mathews. I \falter Taylor colored, who was' may be suspected el having kidney disease had almost given np. I decided to
months or more. Mrs. Redding has latter part of the month, and the
i pall ronounced guilty of some unnatural : or appendicitis. try a bottle of :-;Iur IVruna and beforeI
H. of given up the place and gone to Michi friends of the young couple will do I catarrh bad taken half the bottle
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hopkins, CI rime. Systemic presents symptoms my appetitecame t
to spend the summer with her i they can to make it a memorable resemble I ant' head becui.ie
"Palm Glen," near Boardiuan Mete gan Sam Mansfield, who was charged which closely a great manydifferent :o me rcy all
sister. I event.-Williston Items in Sunday's j diseaawo.; I ri !1 t.-'
in Ocala Tuesday, and were guestsat ,, with assaultingexPoliceman Homer j
TimesUnion.Miss | U
the Ocala Hou.se.V Dean with attempt to commit murder, -
Dr. James E. Chase, who is a member I Epperson is a cousin of Mrs. j -- _.- ::J
found guilty of aggravated aslult. -
Mr. Jules Cohen, of this city, is on of the examining board of the i I i I Louis Horn of this city, and has on i was; I' Death of Mr. Gus Richards. I FRECKLES: AND HrfPLEfe

55 State Dental Society, went up toI several occasions been Mrs. Horn's.Eguest. Mr. Gus Richards died at Crs-en'
visit New York and
a pleasure ,
Abner Daniels, the little 11-year old REMOVED
In Ten
Jacksonville, Monday, to assist in the She has a number of pleasant i i I Dj-;
while en route sent a wireless message n egro boy who was charged with seti i !!:Springs Saturday night after an :
examinations and went to Atlantic acquaintances in this city.
t to Mr. Charles Peyser.Mr. I ti ng the Wolff bakery on fire several i llness of several months. His god!;yeas Nadiaola
Beach Wednesdav to at end annual
.. ]fines in order to see the fire horses where the funiral The
Tuesday.l taken to -
convention. Dr. Chace accompaniedhis An Exciting Runaway Tampa, ComplexionTeantifler
Thomas, of Felicia, spent I
run, was convicted and the court isn is
day in Ocala with his family, who family as far as Jacksonville on i Late Tuesday afternoon as Mrs'j. was held at ten o'clocklfJnta:: > r endorsed
iI a quandary as to what to do with hy thousands
have recently moved into their new their way north. Herman Benjamin, accompanied I aorning at the Jewish cemetery I t cf gr..tctul ladies, and -
( I Mrs. Robert Adams, was drivingdown ;: im.The 6 .
Ii home on Summerfield avenue. grand jury is still in session For several years Mr. Richard resided guaranteed to remove
{=\ Dr. and Mrs L. P. Blalo- ;: left Wcd- Fort King avenue the horse got i u t all facial discolorations -
) a!ad the court will proceed with the ; in this city and was employed!
Miss Winnie Barnes, of Baxley, morning for Atlantic Beach to attend frightened and became unmanagea-s i C ivil and criminal business just as .+ and restore the

Ga., who is on a visit to her sister, the meeting of the Florida State ble. The ladies kept their presence ,, n ipidly as possible.. E}nth the Boston Store. A few months r- -, teauryofyoatk.Theworst
Mrs. Crosby, at Martin, is spending a Dental society. Dr. Blalock will be in of mind wonderfully and held on to :i t.ago he left for Tampa to spend some iI I cases in twenty days. 50o. and $1.00

few days in Ocala with Mrs. J. W. his office again Monday, June 10th. the lines manfully, but at the corner j An Approaching Marriage. I It ime in visiting in the hopes that his < It all 6"leading>4T10N4L'i-uj! }TOilEr stores.O., .or Par's.by ouiLFrcuare.1 Teni

Crosby.. During his absence Dr. Clifford Ayer of Mrs. Spellman's boarding house Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cappleman an- i health might be regained, but his 'I''

will remain in his office and anyone the buggy struck the curbing and was i'' n ounce the approaching marriage ofi;hopes were in vain.Mr. .

While Florida is shipping cantaloupes wishing to make engagements may overturned. Both ladies were thrown tl]heir daughter Addie. to Mr. Faunce i Richards was tbe son of Mr. MR. DITMER DEAD.

watermelons and peaches, consult him. I without any serios injuries. They i j tcCully; of Jacksonville Florida, the G.Y.. Richards, of Tampa who owns

Maryland and other states are just: were considerably bruised and shaken i w ding to take place at their borne I Ire a i dry goods store on Franklin Street. The news reached Ocala We-Jn, s

beginning to talk about their straw Misses Charlie and Edna Jeffords, and Mrs. Brnjaimn'n lip was quite'severely 0 n Wednesday morning, June the lUll was a most excellent young man. day of the death of Mr. George /I'a

who have been leaching at Green cut by a rock?;:, but otherwise'
ineteeath. wife whom
leaves to ,
berry crop.Ar n j j 1:le also : a young erick Dinner, of this city, which a'
ville. S. C. the past eight months they were .unhurt. Ii i This announcement will be of in- ', ]I le had only been married about: aear. "
i -"Q IT'7 ." "
New I'
a meeting of tr.o Confederate have returned Oeala to spend: the The horse ton .down the street t.ret, to the many friends of the con- ..' curred at -

Vt'!l'ranSloI1ay! Comrades W. C. summer with their parents. Mr.( and dragging ''"->' !bv-r-iy, a"ier him and was tl acting[ parties. The wedding will be ; -- sday night.

"' Jeffords: Henry \\'. Long :In'} F!auk I Mrr Ed. ..1.'forJTIt'' Misses Jef linaliy!! ?!t---" 1 <
\> H.trrs \\' 'h'! ir.a-le: historian.-- theM !; fords h.ne v<. ry r-t'lendi-i! pO--itd:.< tbf bn e?. .. :' place.. 'j[ friends and Rev. .C. C. Carroll: : :; \Yc.i---v: ni-.Tni.'m Mrs E. C. m';:' () t'"

:, \.,11:1'. ; iu the UiVcimicarols l! : autl! areplVAlUJ Tho iri !'. -pjiuiin a:: it,f The Baptist! ,; t-burch! will performif } !! 1 Bonnetav: a picnic! q'ht"r iS nt .

: tO !>r v. t ti5...-;.-,tti! Vl1:!!=; :\1r.;. Ada 1a'!in; iluru! t.' ceremony. >:v 'uTo: a few 'I i h'-r i\ ,

: -. Walker.i i ter of Mr! ?. Bar- : teaihc"V.'Isilc: n Ci'vumile; :! ihey! on' iVir i..v .. .., .. .\lies CaK/.ei-m.'i, : is the old}.-"[ .]\>'. '!'::: a'js.1"' 'wo o'cloclhopra: : : n 1 I

,-.y.. :.::..t'.r.! and w'o !hi-d i ill Ooa'a' ttKnit hail! t t.e! :i'1.1.-! :r-' tt "i:1g i : Mi.u: ; liner: of :Mr and :Mrs. J. G. Cal: ;a v.': ,, : -. af'u'l!>. i') :" 3a =

Ii",1"U yearsHIM I. :aMr: ThKpen[ in.e O'Uxi ., !: ". .! .u 0..:: C:"j cf T'"arks.; m who live a t.milE's east of :'1" :._, \'," 11" J

i- t-i-u: with u- uil! ex;:>t-C"; to oj-i'ii si: :> .: l .::; : ."-.:rrr: t 1 :a : Sheva ar.iViar.r'l from t1:* :) '-:: c,: :. )_: : I'

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ir :s lu! sting; i i- .1 i-ontr.i: : !i\Miou.; a vtry 5.r'-h-, : : p"4..I:; of t'.i: .. I',' '\ :- ;. ', .

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0.i.i:: 1 l\ c- T: -' ;.c. :;':>!: of what i- ;. ::1Y' :'.: ", pit- : Mr-:.-a.: S. Mar.". ,..,; ::.. "h.'I ''' ., in Ocalu: forTe tL aais[ of Ju'. y

:Mr. James Tu .: ::- c. :'. .. t ::. \\.,! : .:'.:: .:. : ''-''.. :.'. ; :.: F: :", '. '. !...Lu' ::: :\. .. ss and ha 1 .X- e
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in t 'ca'., yesterc) .:-'or: Lea.jue.: : .a he should have reg i led

Mr. Turner will t .; 1-] -. .! '.-t :a .. alth..

that !.,' will bring Mrs. Turner and make from i\vo-and a haf: to threedt'llars Ocaa! Monday. Mr. Mathews is a' e ign Mission: Work of Florida but has !; .business meeting at the Methodist !. The funeral will be held at hold:

thei.: ::.i.1! : ilau'ht.r. ?o Oea'.a::;: in a :: : :>i.' ,LF !i-"-k: L-:;: '-ear.Ti.u! !::. :: ..;: ,,;: 711'l: :::,:({' ",l'l-j .::,! ,,-c-n:!:y acc,-!.:-J :a ca'I;; wSuochuwi ,.lurch.: Tugs lay afternoon. Several" hume at Portsmouth today.
t{ few weeks and they \> !i. :t.- tL.-: :,,'., : l':.: ". :..' : ..\ ,'. : .... ,: ,: ':..' 1:'. .._J.. ... : l'::.:.. an L aril sail on ii c rlr-r.: ')'J..1L. ,(w.ru's: were appointed and two

city their home. They aiv : .;: :. \ ,,' : : ....: .' : !. :. : ,': :'. : .- .:S a very bright,woman and v.a- !i--.v :." :uvr! v.-.jre recieved. A missionary LOST A recorded deed belongingto

ins young couple and will rt. ".- .. .. ... ,-. .. .d center of an animated group all : o-ioit will be sent to Tallahassee. James AspicalL. Finder please

warm welcome to Ocala. i!ments. : Dis UlUUtU. T he evening. Tampa Tribune. I: Alfred green, Reporter. leave at this oS.ce. C-C-lt



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I IS TEMPERANCE LOSING OR I That despite prohibition in Maine "I DA." I .(. :' 4,5c. ..;:', :. ,.4'J";.., ,'.loA ..i h.? y-i',.. .%.' ._.;f'l\f" t Af' I.. 't
THE OCALA BANNER I ;, ."'4' <.hjJt.- f, ""'.' .., .... 'J 9"""W 1# .-..." ... .. f.i" ... cr, _
GAINING GROUND ? and partial prohibition in other states i i.J'

the consumption of alcoholic beverages (We append hereto Editor Watter-
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FRANK HARRIS, Editor.P. 'j Mr. J, S. Sargent, a writer in the ,I is now greater than when there son's tribute to the widow of the late "l} Corsuir.pCoa i L Ie3s deadly than it used to be. 0t.: ;
V. Leavengood, Business Manager :I American Eagle, the official organ of was no organized or legal fight made President McKinley. Nothing more ''I \i ) 7J

-- --- ---: l against the traffic. Certain relitf and usually complete recovery
Cove !I t1r Koreshaas at Estero, in Lee county -'I delicate, tender and pathetic has appeared -J -t cCt i iI
', We told that the Ocala Banner I ;l jII
\ \ are A.
Ca ;; takes issue with the remarks of.I in print in a day. The II will! result from the following: treatment : v
...... r, Z., I i Ii lis all wrong in its conclusions and is I many ...Q...,. fl't 4s
I .. )
this paper anent the growth of temperance with the saloon." touching manner in which the Kentucky .' :;;
( I in collusion "open *
'r.f' i.f1" -'" I -. Hope, rest, fresh air, and-Scott J'r' -kLL ;\ 4
\\.kI- in this and enters aj I
-"' : l country I -r- editor refers to the three martyred -

Thf 4Taml '' ":-t--.. -..'..":::"t:..... S::\ I i a very long and vigorous denial of : A WONDERFUL WILL presidents is done with consummate & Em-Lite ion.r& 1" !
k'7'1 skill and will take rank beside r J
1 the proposition. Instead of making
: 1 I j ,4 \ DRUGGISTS ; 50c. AND $1.00. '
be in): A'f ''lrt'I''b\ : --- headway Mr. Sargent says that temjrance j II We append hereto the will of a mani the best productions of the most not j i It 'I i

"Gclie 4 I tt1i O } ti P is losing ground and that i who died in an insane asylum in Illinois. ed of our literary geniuses Mr. Wat- 0> $4$#$ 4$44444<> 4'9'444 4> ik

bprop !' terson's tribute does credit to his
gtJ I, :
n-rf is a greater consumption of al- ; '
... His name was Charles Loundsburg broad, catholic spirit warm and gennature -- - -- ----. -- i'-
conolic: beverages now than ever be- I ', -,,
the I and the English language does ; and best intellectual e ort.- j THE PRESIDENT AND JOHN. Mr TLjn.aD. J>,riau, former
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tad : FRIDAY JUNE 7, 1907. foreMr.. Sargent is pleased to say. howl furnish a document more exquisite Ed. Banner.) j i ooiiiirroli-r: of thE'i'irai :e Life of -

peoplbuns that the this tender and pathetic. "If ever a star fell from heaven into If Mr. John Temple! Graces- realN I I : ew York must: answer to eighteen
ever photograph paper
"Til ._
- : drew of the drink custom anterior to i,, One can not read this document the arms of man-if ever a flower j ly in earnest about having Mr. Brvanji j indictments for forgery and perjury.

i': without feling better for having doneso into -that star and "I We again remark that
Champ Clark persists in the state j l the nul i war was correct, and rein i grew a woman | nominate Mr. Theodore Roosevelt for life insurance -
to tithe ment that there is no other nominee I forces what this said along and without rejoicing that [her that woman was Ida Saxton licliine i officials are a Lad i iot and it .j
i ijacted paper I, I| president at the next session of the I
but Bryan. } thosN linen in the following language: :' are other things besides stocks an dlej. There was an aroma of sweet- I j is a good thing that now insurance i

I "The writer, too in sixty; years of bonds, and silver and gold, and I \ness and grace in the very name. Her I democratic national convention foe j! companies are being :carted by 0111"1\ 1

meth The Tampa News says that Manatee 'I rural life has made similar obsen-a. precious stones, with which to make j husband never addressed her, never I should take the president to one side I' home people. Texas: recently: enacted _

the county wants to shake hands with (( tions. From the time that a farmer the-world beautiful and life a pleasure referred to her except as 'Ida.: By land give him a serious talk. a law requiring insurance companies .

thronlatioi Claude. could tale a bu.-he! of corn worth 1 and a delight. an interposition little short of divine I The president and we :say it withjf i, (loin business m that state to .f

peep twent-five; ctnts to a country still What can.urpasGod'a adornments the full knowledge of the supreme ''all due respect is entirely too flip I ;depot j in Texas banks seventy-five

** 5 Editor Watterson is still grooming i and ,'xrhangr it for a gallon of puree ,, rae splendors of the heavenly: bodies, tragedy which descended into a life I I l I I with his pen and to use the vocabujlary per cent of al! monies recieved: from

13 his "dark horse" It will, however, b ,' "rot gut'and every one apparently the beauty of the forests the l yet in its noon, was spared her: the I; of the streets: "shoots off his Texas clients.; .
the a "white horse" that will win the imbibed i -until now. w rn at from ;' grandeur of the mountains, the music lj I angels drew a veil as of tears between I II ,, mouth" all too frequently. '.1

franc.. next presidential race. 'i $::1 to $3 a srallon.. !ir would; seemiC:, the 1 birdtne perfume of the flow I I her and its full realization.! }i iI i This wiil not do for a democratic! I Just on the eve of the adjournmentof
\\ i i! to be a price jJro li ljkd.i J i t:-rs, the sweetness of a spring morning I "God had given it to Ida Saxton toe 'presidential. nominee I I the legislature, following a custom i

iastl Georgia is making a big to-do about i| "In thoe: day trong drink vva- the ;:j' illumination of the stars ri I, be fitly mated There were many j 1 Now here is Dr. William/ Long a i: of several years standing, a handsome .
fnedwill I .
-, her day at Jamestown. A reproduc ': panacea for all iris, and the stimulus j I b hrfthane of a sunset and the many beauties and virtues in the characterof I!. private and a modest citizen who has silver pitcher and tray was presented !

tion of the Roosevelt home will bone e; 'of ail social gatherings. The harvest voices of little children? William McKinley; his; care-r was I II ( devoted his whole life to the study I to the president of the senate and -SMother

count ;" of the attractions.The I All! these things animated th- soul abundantly fulfilled and the crown or of dumb animals. bas been
field, the husking bee. the log rolling,. I signalled aiso to the speaker of the house of .1
r<-pr 1 the apple cutting and the dance of this unfortunate man who !used i ian in I glory he wore with such consumingcmodesty ;! ut by the president to be called an representatives, gifts from the senators -

an ef bill of Mr. Cobb for an appropriation : would all be flat and insipid failures asylum. | j was studded with jewels both t Ananias." and .representatives. .cut
thinIND i
for the erection of a monument : without a little of the "0 be joyful" Here is his will: I ;rich and radiant; the soldier, the civilian I We call Dr. Graves attention to Dr.Lung's glass set was also presented to each ,

":.- on the battlefield of Olusteej I to enliven the occasion. Most farmers j;i i'I My right to live being but a life \!! the man of affairs and the party i grievance against his friend of these officers from the attachees of ,

} passed the house Wednesday.The 'I kept a jug of it under the bed. or al!I estate, is not at my disposal but. ]leader; but the rarest of all that ; President Roosevelt: the legislature. .These .gifts were 1-

1. barrel of it in the cellar to be served these things excepted. all else in the: shone in that priceless diadem was I To His Excellency! Theodore Roose- presented with appropriate speechesand J

Corey-Gilman minister's wife{lot all entertainments. To neglect to world I now proceed to devise and |' ]his devotion-simple, constant unerring velt.: President of the United States appropriate responses were mad
Spec says the wedding fee was not $10w, J
In "- || do so was to become almost a pariah bequeath. j ; -to Ida: I -Dear Sir: The issue between you by the recipients .,
nor even $500. May be that was the I
thin 'Iin I I one's social circle. It took courage I give to good fathers and mothers i i "It seems a strange, a most mysteI and me is no longer one of animals, _

or reason why it was returned to Corey. to make the first innovation upon the i Jin trust for their children all good I rious, inexplicable decree of Providence but of men. It is not chiefly a matterof The democratic executive committee \.

to a -Tampa News. custom. One notable occasion I remember ;!i little words of praise and encourage- I that ordained the death by the i natural history, but of truth and which is called to meet in Ocala, ';,

when farmer served coffee i meat all quaint pet names and endearments. assassin's band of three such men as j personal honor.. In r s
ThoI Mrs. Sam P. Jones widow of the a j 1 a recent magazine Saturday, June the eighth, will suggest -

r'i:1dm revivalist and evangelist, gets one I instead at a log rolling. The men 1 and I charge the said par- I Lincoln, Garfield and McKinley, each I article you deliberately attackme a suitable person to be appointed

thousand dollars per annum for lifefrom threw) down their handspikes, led in lents i i to use them generously as the so unoffending, so filled with the love as well as my book. In my book registration officer, vice Mr. Donald

will the Mutual Life Insurance Company open revolt by the Baptist preacher, I] needs of the children require. of human kind, so gracious and gener- I have given the result of long years Ferguson, deceased. We understand '

whicr of New York. who remarked that he had coffee atj j i I leave the children for the term of ous."Of of watching animals in the wilderness that there will be quite a number of (\.

been ;. home every day, but he expected I their childhood the flowers, fields, the three, McKinley was the I with no other object than to study candidates among whom we have "'f 1

; The Mr. Farris, of Duval, is said to have something stronger on occasions like I blossoms, and woods, witb the right least aggressive. Lincoln lived in their habits and so far as man can, heard are the following namesMessrs J

a lai congressional ambition, which wilt this. A stalwart :young farmer a1!I II !I o play among them freely, warningthem deadly times, and Garlield's very intellectuality to understand the mystery of their Len Dozier, J. W. Lyles J. F. Wil __

: cscot., not be satisfied until he measuresstrength popular leader-saved the day by accepting at the same time against this raised up both enemies dumb life. In every preface I have liamson, W. 0. Massey H. D. Palmer.,

ident[ with Honorable Frank I tbe proffered cup and saying I tles and thorns. I devise to the and enmities. Garfield, lovable stated and I now repeat the statement S. J. McCully, T. E. Pritchett and W. '

lobs' Palatka Herald. that coffee was good enough for him, children the banks. the brooks and he was, had a rough side to bim, and that every incident I have recorded W. Clyatt. j..

on occasion." i the golden sands ben 1 incom big of heart and of brain, I
: view, any I, from my own observation, is 1

Law The school teachers of the state Today, Mr. Sargent sav-a. in matf|! thereof, and the' outwardly even as a gnarled oak. I true, as far as an honest, educated The Jacksonville Metropolis in ,j,{

: lara < will be pleased to know that a bill l neighborhood: no one ever think of';' 'boat high over Riley lived a primitive Christian I' man: can see and understand the our judgment, has gone beyond the

t bath passed the legislature which providesfor I serving anything stronger than cof- |i lease| to theo He emulated St. Paul in the truth. In your recent attack this is limit in printing the contents of a let- 1

fee or lemonade on such occasions., jl j be mere to be all things to all men. It F J
', eral i" the payment of traveling expenses I I what you chiefly eny. As presi- ter and giving the name of the writer
i iI moon and? :1
tion of all teachers who attend the and topers are rather scarce. him pleasure to give pleasure; dent of the United States you have when the letter was written in con-

pres normal schools of the state. I Great changes have taken place to wond' sed him pain to inflict pain. No gone out of your way publicly to injure fidence with a special request not to ,{

the t since those times. The farmer cannot I I devi' 'ver grew as fast as he in the a private citizen, who has attended divulge the authorship of it. Nothing

that This conclusion of the Palatka now manufacture his products into f I useful f ice office. botb in mental stat- strictly to his own business; as a but a court of justice would! -

afte Times-Herald seems reasonable: "Ft. I what he pleases. He cannot change where d in breadth. man you have accused me of falsehood cause us to do a thing of this sort A ( :

the Brooke had $10,000 in her treasury.We I i his raw corn for the distilled article where came to power in moving ; a man whose ideals of truth letter of confidence should never be \
at the still.! The officers of the law grim v Immense de-
T for t now understand why the Tampa I responsibilities and honor are quite as high as your violated. 1'L

to dJro.t politicians were so anxious for tbe will not permit it, and if he attempted I have i upon him. War, which he own. This is the whole issue J

'" annexation of old "Fort ully.-Pen- to do a little distilling on his own ac periodows igiously oposed, and for which I tween us. I meet it squarely and be-I President Roosevelt has been gen !

sacola Journal. count he would be hunted down like ntry was ill prepared was sud- j[ must you. If you have accused me a gold card entitling him to free admission -

Intrelaf a wild beast. his still broken into butte thrust him. The white
upon [jf falsely
you must publicly withdraw to any one or to all baseball

r Governor Broward sent a special fragments and his output siezed without their ecame an armed camp. There your accusation and apologize. You games in any one of 236: American 1

aun' to the legislature Wednesday compensation. echoes : an hour of the day or night j
}; message ; {I' | base your charges chiefly on the matter cities. The president is now the envy .
TlkTf sounding a that the state Since sixty years ago great changes distant 4i he president could call his j
warning : of a big white wolf killing a young of every small boy in the country :
: would be forced to basis have indeed, taken place along these i i! together ut, nigbt or day, there came
,. a script on caribou by a bite in the chest, described but this only tends to accentuatethe ;I
Is tf account of the enormous appropriations lines. j found. I moment when that sweet by me in Northern Trails. biblical saying "to him who j

;: by { unless measures were taken to The decanter has been removed I his own pl&I ight not summon him to the "You declare the thing to be a hath/'

t TVinert circumvent the situation. from its accustomed place on the I I with all tt the wife whose peculiar af-I I i mathematical impossibility and declare :- I! ..ri ..
sideboard; the farmer no longer has-! in th had him the -- -- -- -- '
imposed I
---- upon j ti ]}.v no possibility could a wok: : !
('out The Palatka Times-Herald ver via i jug- under the bed or a barrel in i |i I without let nurse for a child-none oth. !: perform the feat'." I!

:; ; properly reasons that "sooner or!| the cellar, and the Baptist preacher 1| any encum than he. It was the knowl- Dr. Long declares ha knows from i! ENTiRE fAMILrS .t.tKlr

ou lator Park Trammell will figure ini| would not now head a revolt against i' To the 1 this in those who personally I his own observation, and from tl'-! ;

intIn Florida affairs at Washington. From I substituting "coffee'1 for the "0 be !I nary worl< id loved them which gave !testimony of Indians. that wolves di '

henceforth he may be regarded as a joyful! j need as s wful finality at Buffalo an add- sometimes kill in this Arrr j ju
IZfair way and the: \
,"" powerful factor in the politics of the !" Thousands of temperance societies,1: wall, the I inexpressible poignancy of quotes the signed and witnneb.-e! I ;% [ I.lnlIS
state."-Pensacola Journal. have been organized ; temperance lee-15!i i sweet stn f.1 u
statement of S. J. Hapidan. an educated l'
has turers have flooded tee country : the else they i people of the south will es- Sioux
I Indian who states: that
I At least Adjutant General Foster, I' churches have banded themselves: (O. ': To the ever hold the memory of Wil- he saw a horse which a wolf had KilieJ StffereSix* ; ( Yoare with 4

riot .' State Auditor Amos and his assistsn' together! as "stonewall"; !" to pr,-'; 'n' and inspirit.I : IcKiuley d<'ey in the heart of I Itoearts by tearing its chest. In addition Eczema Bnby Gu'ed of Heat .

: B. Sadler, ought to be satisfied. i the march of King Alcohol: the vvo- 'I give [hemaundaullted He it was to whom it x
ittitI II t > this Dr. Long says he himself had Rash-Father Mother: and Child'Y
of the land have co. ,
They all got their salaries raised $5tw, men organized ;iven to complete the sublime in-
seen deer which )
bIA, : ;. per year each and will now, with a I crusade against him. and the evil ofon '! strength. I gi jn of Lincoln with respect to the !I this manner a by a wolf.tad been slain in Have Scalp and: Hair Troubles I

fed [ salary of $2.50tt each per year be facts of alcohol! is taught in the pubi i make lasting fn nited sections of the Union. He .

ratter a footing with their overworked C 01! l.c; schools?, and the Salva'ion: Arn! companions! and to was quick to see the meaning and the I Concludinng."These Dr. Long says: I ALL GIVE THANKS
: are the facts underlying .
laborers, the cabinet otIiciaIs-Uad.: [ which har looted L : tK do'ha! ? mad:' 'I :;;iVv' ail merry h'mss .iu, cho-i'Jru. opportunity of the Spanish war. The
cal | a fight : ; thi. ...,,:. the incident which you declare to beimpossible TO CUT1CURA REMEDIES .1
ison New Enterprise.The against : siair! of the j I last, eternal treaty: of )peace between'!' : :" and false. if this testimony
prttbu r- : shun.-i; ; tilt! !'ilsi!'n--> w-)1''-i 1 ha- unt'i-r-, And ro Th'-e who are no longerLi'ilrin :bj north and the so'ihas written --i-
i:; not enough. I will!! fill! it
Rochester X. Y., Post Expresssays '' taken} f> Iii i' .--I.K' >: i.iiii; with ::inl! ('l ; or YJtt:5 or lo.f-r-: 1 l jpa\'e I by the pen uiafiffned: :: the coir.miT,: fill up "My wife had eczema for five or six..
) scripture measure. years. It was <,11 1 JUT face and would '
tb' lar::", M'-.UIU: rcial! i-'anti' : !H'Lqrr, and i i ( : th'-w: t'j: I I
ail \oi-
we are uo\\ living !m a canal er u r.:* i lHl'Jb MO!'::?' a5 1 u' :i>'rdif in th army of tbI "You come and jp.W Lad read so much
voTr cannot this.tare. i
.: If Florida were to take} advantage of, lu ;'it-vp.: I'.u. cprtfa; '.*tlLt and ',r ,;' \ i'' ,,'" ,,[ H, :':: ;::,'. ;' f :,' : :l'! ,'. Sra? -. of Ju- ;-lJhh ""I.'r' and! I ]RoM.evetake! a' :Mr. about Cuticura iJt-nu-dio that we

her "'an "ii.p! ; hi. h, ,t' ,,:,.: !' ,;. '. ;,.1 refus: behind the thought we would give tr>pm a trial. 'J
alit opportunities aioiii this line :ihewould -M Ciiiijdiie : 'P-; >'x,11[ a ; 0' u; ; i r"1 ';i-'h: Lee sled John: Bf-ckenn'i-re We
; j)rr>snt:al office and maintain did so, and it lie now (t"fen: about
rat make !herself ill!' the !n.noM!: r i' .bt rr I" ', t' : :. s j'i four and ,,,h. !1..1 -I
&xm : the envy Of.1211 t' iiin: rs : :- 1'-, i ',au- ail.l! never 'i'l:[ sTanivn, !jV 1'' y.1 years, :' n>-\ -r Lad a sign :::.
-" every other stare in the union.. FlorUaindeed vviuch;! n a '
ac 'Pt .::rl"'I"r : .. i
n' If) that :-;. rc'>: j i':; br"aI:: ,:n5 it flY : both about a Y'.if ,;/11 for her scalp r ",t.
bl L can be nude a n''itable'n- a" 1 no manu! U :1't'oii---: tj i j'- r'l:.'." ,d !: J 1 :, ;1' =" i.l, in H," _('f :,,,n j I She had very ihui hair and Cuticura ;

tal.' ice. Her cin.tiK-! ouuht: to gu bu-\ IMI tin'' lI'c] : ::,e1::r d a la" "'a1.UKt ''"- ,\ I' I .. <-.'1"\.1 napi'.n.'s- '):.1 a:.:,.. t: ; '. "'.,:: .':' :,: .. ", ,' ,; :: !,pI' ', .' u'a;: .U ;ji-i' >;.<:. TO .s"ac?: a pr-: ;i helped her ha.r gnatiy I my'I
Sir! :ttJ.r n. 1-: .;:: 'J1]: of a : : used CutieUrl,1 P and ("iiticura; i Ointment :.
---. -- -; ", t',':.!:' ". ;, '. I: : -t.f! ,' :' ; ', ,, '< ; : --111Jan some timo f"r ;! hair
: 1it m: > failing i
r Reprttt.1ite! Cacer, ofla,-lt"a. ,1- :.t h\, ,:, :', .,!'" '.. .:\ ::! .. .: : tii i.-> !:-) alI! ;-"ar": ;, jon"! :r< ; now have a Vf-ry i il'I.! !I.,< a.i ot hair and rI-iiJ
::1 : 'd" :" p 11,1 I" 'nn... it': : pt't: ,''i" .:: i injf: nvo'; (" it d-jis not fall 'u"-" V ,. 11".j! 'uti--
says: that i1 tlio lo.-: removing tu-1 cup[ !t'.K: rin: av\ l 1'" -'> ., ','. '
IY r : :;J:.::: ZI' :: !1'ii : \ I C,!:; cura R"'mMiiofur cul'cU 1 v. who! was
ital of TillalMe! diI: l u.+t pas t ihlegislat ., :u ;:'" c "._' :" tH,: : a : ,, 'i"1: a -nr. > lt marly haM wh"' vf ns. ;Mi>- L!very
: ;'. f
iil J :tat] ; ;[ '!: r.la ., j'1
:: : I:1',1.: ': .. rn el:,: an-1 nice hair : i.-
: ; .t no'v. so fihv
t01. :tif Ii ar !>-ut u-uui! ;la :-ltl,1 : -' :',a :,;::: .:: \ ,:: \,, t ypry ,
": -" .'1 !1 !:)' :J :C. Ir: '11 :.: .:: :- w had -o HUM'vi trouble with hat that
in that: it put tLe t people; or l\i'la\a"-: : h.I,1:; ;.:tl' Ii. .i t t!'i, '. : 'r. .Ltl' "'1;', :::" ;,. '1:., "f.P- ; .':"'1 :, a;, ::- :, \ n"I' ar 1 aijr <. I,: :yor; cLatin :" ; we would bad!," PI.r w-h (.',luc-ura Sap

--I: see u> thiuKau, and! ;U'.r the !'i'l!! I:.. 1 I",'!,'! p,' t. H, :" '. '. ', .\-: ,t I .:'.' .. '!'- ;-a::..,> c>, n .11,1 1 f. : .: Wh:: dry the heat; u h
: l ;'iJ' n'l ', : ::u mu' quicker
been intruiiu- tV\\; kill ch.ckai; a i: M-! ::::. -'-o.rL "' than anything t-l> '. We girt, thanks to
his hash! hon e iwicv, \\huh! teas not a'I'"I">A i- L:!'l: ; the tu'jcura Kemedie-. Mr. H. B.
j1 7 :i3' Sprin l niire, 323 Sr,.
the cast bfto't::l' i luuixl'ir' ot 'l>! :".. :!: !'. .'ad1 The Good Roads Defeat. I Iowa Lapit.,1 Street,
1 _. i n:! for i in ?.S City, Ia., July 16, lyoa: and Sept.
the bill.1'l M/: :::::l'U'j: :\\- af --n'V C.1'; : : iL"- ,.uin, iu u.s nai'v! ii::x- .at". M>v(':h 5r..n".1 c'" 1 ;', ;2' ,. .\ .' all: the talk!! ao-t; the matter't J 16, liO:: ."

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': ? l'unit'Iierate: :-thit.! t l'h'r 'ob,:v ,'Crt'. ;, !' ',' :';, :: : ': ::1,1'' ':;', i :: :1:'-' 1" .eople of SKIN
." ,' the ;
it -- ; ( \cr 1 : : : : :,; > state for some good IRRITATIONS
: years of age has nut one \\j i of Pl'I' _', ',\1' ?' ': 1.1: :.I .. '" reads
'I: : 1" : I :." --5 meagre the legislanne refcs1ed r
,' \ criticism to n>al!.e against t'.e: 1 Ktislature ; i \\.IL'! .,', :' .. .. ,:. :. .': c. '.. f : are a to she any favorable! action on !! Soothed by Cuticura, when All

., : of Iio7. It vottd eacheuau: an argunJ"ut vi l>t.. ,:, .. H.' ". ." ,! '" .:. -' smgleOICe wilt alone bf beard. jug 'The fila: 'f:!', probably because none Ofi i Else Fails. i r

.. a pension of one bundled dollar.- i' !' ;:1'\! ::' t ta: Ice U:;< :0 1'aCii r0 fry' sbiw" rj-j- the.-e! people who haw!1 1on'v! the! one"Oi!. 'Ida' "-C"i"ur-i :Tln1'.auI'e! ;:; suggested did not meet For rashes, i i'r-hinj. chafing=, inflammations $

, It annum without au\ property qualii-!l: :!i.I; >:' ::1.1'h" ,;. (':1:;:" t'!: l'r:- : :: ,'T :: '] u;vt- ex'rt11: roit.r .I I, Ii.:rr.a.. w':.a the approval of the members. I blotciteTI,ng perspiration,

cations. The only limitations a e'Sid'! ,'",t' !", J.::: ':!: 1, :' t ; '! ,!!l i : 'I: I:: :,' ,:' ;: 1 ,):'" I lf the scaly, crusted; humors
. -. i expected extra sessionis held l l of skin and scalp, red
. :: thttt he must have been a faithful soldIer the b.r ,.: .<' ,. ', :, i \:\<:< -.' \ I rough hands, itching
-, onI something in that a ,
r. A"d! ,r:-'f -. : (', line may result I
i-. ', t. and did not desert his preachers ,, ." \. tender feet, and sanative -
; country. < i- > -" -i ; .u : ; \ ',',:\ (" '::1'::: -: r. Hon.1 but it is doubtful
i/uoiUcao -DeFuniak
; -.uiL'utuCti and pleasure Breeze antiseptic, cleansing
", I stead of coffee at neighborhood garh- of Duval county has given the'j! t of infants
out children
R. F. Rogers has returned to hi ,
; [ 'I &:J(
t t Work is now in progress for removing erings. ,'Oil:rae' for The building;! of :w0 sari bowie Ocala. I aid adults, Cuticura t -
near As
was stated i in Another Richmond !in the Field Soap and Cuticura
j j;', : the snags from the Caloosahatchoe If Mr. $argent is correct :In h'-: con- I p;> ma-is of oil: and sand. Whenj f i the Sun of Thursday, the friends of The r, Ointment the great (f "

". t and Orange rivers in Lee county. elusions the churches and t:n.peranceorganizations ;iv.:: : r'' ,ads are completed we hopej' Tampa Evening News of Friday C skin cure and purest
... Rogers believe he would bean
| The rocks in shoal places will bet the pulpits, the schools' that the I coi .ned a special wire from : 'CSr and sweetest of emol
i.. : city council of Ocala andbe the lients
I "easy winner" in the gubernatorialrace are indispenable to all who would
:.. ;: dynamited and the course of the rivJ : and the press, have seized hold of t : county commissioners of Marion : Tallalu : ee announcing that Hon. enjoy life free (COal these distressing
but the
senator has not decided
t ers straightened. The citizens livinst wrong end of things, and their efforts county will send a committee downto Hon. R. Hudson Burr, of Miami, 'j I ailments.
F-r I t along these streams have whether he has the proper aspirations chairman of the 'I Complete External and Internal Treatment for
are rejoicing produced effects the very examine and report upon the same commission, Every Humor of Infanw. Children and Adulu con
F t, that these rivers have at last been reverse of wit they have been contending and if successful will begin buildingrhese enter. He is one of the now serving a second term, will entertlie CutMTura sist* ot Cutipura Ointment Soap to) Heal to Cleanse the Skin the Skin.and t
discovered by for. most widely known men in the state lists of 'I bate Cv8tetl Yule (50c) (or In the form ot (Hoco-
our gubernatorial
vtG congressmen. roads in this. county. the candidatesin 25c. .i vial of W)) to Punfy Lbe
f I among massed-Gainesville Sun. tbe next democratic 'I Blood. sold throughout the world Potter Drug 4
'" primary. Cbem. Corp. Sole Props Boston. Hiss ;.
: td'7daaed ;Free. Bow w Cure skin! humors
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..OOONNNN NN000 .NN.................... I SOCIAL AFFAIRS OF SATURDAY ,! I
1. MUNROE : ; AFTERNOON I It ,' \\eC1\ 0"O'oCU \.t\ \maves: lk \.\\ 'O\\\\\\i
."t I I I II II

j I Mrs. Gary's Tea \mf't\ves (itet\\ ta'ee.eo.eVet '
.. J Mrs. William T. Gary who gives \ s'i't <

4 1 such charming little parties was'|

+ BANKERS i j again the hostess at a tea Saturday \\muP4.tQt\ and \(lou\\ ?

i .
afternoon from five to six o'clock.re

1 ? invited about fifty of her marred -
.. -- .. : friends to spend that hour with \YI r.n\\\ s1o'acco
her at her attractive little home on

:; CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION Pine street to meet her mother, Mrs. t\\\t\ C\\\\tt

0 \'.' F. Yocum, of Gainesville, who is .

.. .. her guest for a few days. Tto party
: OCALA, FLORIDA. e.* wavery pleasant.informal Receiving one and with exceedingly Mrs. Three ways are used by farmers tobacco, grown in the famous Pied

'+5++*.++**.*+****++**..****4****** **.***fr4++++**...i Gary was her mother, Mrs. Yocum for curing and preparing their tomont region, requires and takes less

and her moth r.in.law, Mrs. Fannie bacco for the market ; namely sun sweetening than tobacco grown in
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R. and the ladies
Gary helping
cured air cured and flue cured. other section of the United States
'/ 000000010040/01440011101 '1 MinSf.s Shelly and Pansy Souter are were Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, Mrs. n.1 any

'I <--njo\in a visit with friends at Lake W. Mimms, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer The old and cheap way is called air and has a wholesome, stimulating,

BIGGEST} LINE :I t'ity. and Mrs. E. L. Carney in the different cured ; the later discovery and im- juicy, full tobacco taste that satisfies
i rooms. The punch was served by
>, ; Mr. C. W. White, of 17 Battery Mrs. Sandford Jewett and Mrs. J. B. proved way is called flue cured. tobacco hunger. That's why chewers
,. Place, N--A- York City formerly of I Heirs. In flue curing the tobacco is taken prefer Schnapps, because Schnappsfrom
( itra, and] still largely! interested in
Mrs. Yocum is charming woman
I a the fields and racked in barns cheers than other
more chewing
orangt' anm-.,. timber and other land and the friends that her daughter has any

I t Ml iniii.-Mh in Florida. i is spendingerai I already made in Ocala are delighted' especially built to retain heat and tobacco, and that's why chewers of

] WATCHES -,.\ day.-> at the Ocala House. know her. I'
Vj .II there subjected to a continuous high Schnapps pass the good thing along

Mrs. Forney Lanr.i-ur I It ft Satur- I Mrs. Haider's Party for Miss Jean! temperature, produced by the directone chewer makes other chewers,

FOR day! aft'-rhoun for l-r old hone at I Austin heat of flame heated flues, which until the fact is established that

lanvile.: New Yorl:, to spend the Mrs. Edward Holder save a delightful
h'mier' with relativeShe will also I party Saturday afternoon to they brings out in the tobacco that there are more chewers and more

LADIES\[ AND em i t mM H HvflL'F4 I. \i.iit in Kuehe-ter and other New- I i (glut;; girls in honor of Miss JeanAu.tin. I stimulating taste and aroma that pounds of tobacco chewed, to the

II York c.tii'ri.Mr. : one of the: pretty young school !II
I I expert roasting develops in green population in states where Schnapps
!'iN! who is: at home for the* sum1. :
.. I Thomas Hoopes of the firm of I ,'. vacation. I coffee. These similar processes give tobacco is sold than there are in

.!..,..r'. .. I j'I I"tSf lloope-; Broth 'rs & Darlington,, of I .\sbting1rs.. Holder! was theguestofhonor's to both tobacco and coffee the cheerthose states where Schnapps has not

( I' West<'lH"tl'r. Pa., and who formerly I ; mother. :'IIl's..J. K. and that been offered to the trade.
ing stimulating quality
I operated a spoke and rim factory in Austin Mrs. H. L. Anderson, Mrs. W..1 I.1I popyet

II I Ocala, but lately removed to Brooks I S. Bullock and Mrs. C. V. Miller and I Ii ularizes their use. A ice. plug of Schnapps is more

:-- vile! was in Ocala Saturday, a guest her other Misses Elizabeth '
.J.'t. -- I I the i guests were The quality of tobacco depends economical than a much larger IDC. t
at Ocala House. Newson Minnie Stovall, Helen
THE JEWELER. i much the and the of tobacco. Sold 1
I Brown EllEn Clarkson, :Mary Juhan on curing process plug cheap at 500.

:Mrs. James E. Chace and children I Alta Pearson Marguerite Porter, Edna kind of soil that it in
!......+....+(,. ........44. and mother, ilrs. R. D. Thompsonleft produces as expert per pound 5c. cuts. Strictly 10 l
.r :Nelson Nellie Gottlieb and Marguerite
that this flue cured and
Monday for Blue Ridge Summit Anderson. tests prove 15 cent plugs. I

a beautiful summer resort in the llx- first diversion of the afternoon
Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. 1
mountains of Pennsylvania, to spend was a drawing contest each of the

the summer months. girls having to draw a Gibson head. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. !

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL For being the best artist :Miss Alta .-- -, -
. ... Mr.R. W. Ervin, one of Iarioncounty's --
Pearson received a lovely seal ring.
r ---- most efficient school teach Rupert Wilson a white man was A New Yorkjudge has awarded $3-; I Mr. B. A.
Six carloads of celery were shipped Punch was then served after which Weathrs who has been
ers will make a tour of the countyin t ried before Judge Bullock Tuesday 01 iu to the father of a boy who was on a business and
from the vicinity of Palatka during the young folks were asked out on visit in
the interest of the Ocala Banner. run over by a team while playing
the past celery season. the side veranda, where another inf,or carrying concealed weapons, and I York City for the past three
We shall thank our friends for "cat" in the streets. The court holds weeks
any has
fined hundred home.
teresting game had been prepared for 11 vas one dollars and During
courtesies shown him. that it is lawful for boys to in
play his
Dr. Thomas K. Slaughter is, we are their amusement. In this contest C osts. It seems that Wilson had been i absence Mr. Weathers also spent

sorry to learn, quite ill at his homeat Miss Jean Austin won the prize, a molesting the family of Mr. W. J. the streets. I several days with his son, Hibbard
Mrs': S. T. Sistrunk returned home
Levon. set of shirt waist pins. Lloyd, the dairyman, who lives on II Weathers, who is attending school in.
Sunday afternoon frim a short visitat
After very delightful refreshments t he Silver Springs road and told Those who were fortunate enoughto Massachusetts.At .

Mr. W. E. Nix and little daughter Seabreeze. On account of her son had been enjoyed Mrs. Holder and 3,Ir. Lloyd he would kill him and his hear the lecture on John Knox by

of Kendrick, were shopping in Ocala LaGrange. having the mumps she her guests spent an hour very pleasantly mire family if he would not allow Dr. F. A. Holtzenhausen, of Germany the meting of the Confederate
will defer returning to the beach for
Saturday.Mr. in the billiard room on the third hint to marry his daughter, and he at the Presbyterian church Sunday veterans Mr. A. McIntosh, of Ocala

some weeks yet. floor of her elegant home. leld Mr. Lloyd up with, a shot gun to night were delighted with the same and Mr. R. D. Beck of Fellowship,

E. II. Mote, of the Ocala Cooperage Mrs. Holder is a very charming irevent his coming to town. In some and pronounced it a splendid lecture.Mr. were unanimously elected membersof
Mrs. J. A. Pittman returned home
Company, went down to Lees- hostess and her young guests of Sat ::uanner word was gotten to the neigh- the camp. Mr. Beck was a memo
Saturday afternoon from Jacksonville
birr? Saturday afternoon. urday afternoon are under obligations j'1 ors who sent to town for the officers W. W. Carlton formerly of this ber of the Fourth Florida regimentand
where she spent several days with
to her for an afternoon of very great It who arrested Wilson and city, now of Crystal River spent Mr. McIntosh a member of a
her son, Dr. J. H. Pittman. She went
yearly eighteen million feet of lumber pleasure. I trought him in. Sunday with Ocala friend-: North Carolina regiment.
especially to be present at the wedding
from Fernandina
was shipped
of her niece Miss Florence Har- I --
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I. during the month of May. Mrs. Blalock Entertains Sunday ------------ ---- --
dy and Dr. F. J. Bowen.
School Class. tN M7"V VVV"'WVVY'-JMA
returned tomeyesterday 'I fI\ANV'
Mr. Leon Fishel
Mrs. L. F. Bialock gave a"t.ry merry -
Pensacolaand Senator Withers, of Lake county.
from a visit to
Saturday afternoon for th.'i
other points in west Florida. II I Representative Knight of Citrus and primary department of the Methodist !
II I other members of the legislature
I Sunday School. This department I } Thos0 K
passed through Ocala Saturday on eating
I Mr. J. C. B. Koonce came up from their way to their respective homes. eludes two classes, the beginners' H JL
! Sumterville Saturday to remain over class and the primary class, and the
They were all glad to get back from
Sunday with his wife and son. teachers of this department are Mrs.G. .
I those "dear old red hills of Leon.
W. Martin, Mrs. Blalock and Miss

! Mrs. A. P. Stucky, of Spring Park, Jessieiu Martin. Mrs.: Blalock wa j
:Mr. Will Howse left Sunday for &
r has gone to Saint Louis, where she assisted by Mrs. and Miss Martin and I Company
Oak Hill, Florida and on Monday his
will spend the summer with her par marriage to Miss Janette Coutant, avery they gave the children one of the :

i ents. most enjoyable afternoons of their
charming young lady of that

place, was solemnized. Mr. and :Mrs lives. There were a large number of Successors to Strauss & Co.
; -*,Jrs.y.. w. Stripling and little
little from the of three to
ones ages
Howse will be in Ocala in about a } t
: daughter. Ellen returned home Sat month. nine years present and they played

', urday from a visit with friends at'I all manner of happy games.In -- ft

-1 DeLand. Mrs. E. P. Thagard and her youngest I serving the refre:5hmentsIrs..

}, ( General J. C. Devani of Brooksville. daughters. Lucy and Ellen, after I Blalock was also assisted by little \WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS I
Misses Gladys Martin and Martha
a prominent lawyer and prominent in a visit of a week with friends at Red- I

Confederate circles was in Ocala dick, returned home Monday after- Kate Webb. I
Just before the children aaa ssa .. .-- --
Saturday on professional business. noon.liss Lillian Thagard who : departed
went up to Reddick on Saturday returned their charming hostess made each I 5

with them. little one happy by presenting them i Ocala Fiorda
Miss Ophelia Sautell, who attends
I with suitable and appropriate toys a?::; I II ,
school in New York state is at hethoi -

'o to spend the summer ,'acationwitb Major J. K. Priest was in Ocala I mementos of the party. i iI i t

Monday and said he had just finished
her mother: Mrs. S. R. Pyles.
, harvesting his oat crop and says thatit I Returned from Davidson. o>nrIfl FOUR
9 p. ram.:
?'rs. William Hocker and childrenreturned was the finest he had ever seen and I Messrs. With.er-.poun and Ric'iard': !I Ii Star RjvRi1 . . . .$1 Per Qt. Bottlv.
he does not believe it possible to I i Dodge the youngest :sons; of Re\ and ; Rw :ic: live . . . :' ..
I .' '
home Saturday afternoon I i >' ._, . . . L; : QUART OpjERSt 'L Il.t'l. "- . . . . .$ .75
fin a visit of two weeks: with lrs.Hoekt'f' j grew finer oats in any state in the ![ Mrs. W. H. Doodge. .of .this .city. irlie Isle: . ... . . =: I -. ._-.. KJI.g of Kentucky . .. .. .''75

tester Mrs Trusten P I I'nion. He also gives: a good r'ponhis \I arrived home Monday ..morning toi i '. $, 90 Cncr!! J-,;> . . .. ... i.ou
''; IVr : : .
\. '- = . .
5 :f.'I--; 1"al: R"'d'\ l.wj
: t'\r
Ir%. of sheep.t. | spend the SUllHUt"t.tll par- I il.Il1.graI\ . . . . o.".' Wtill .. ?, exi-n-s ";.: M.-riiar! :.! Rye- . . . 1..11)l
,, I j tutat the manse. I Ii i ij em '' Ha" ..:. Corn . '"'
)1.. D. E. Mclver and sorand !' Mr. HarroU! .\:Ib"lIn. iV OIlY son TlvM-: young new a.vH'; ?> :ra' | >"', rrra'I' I w-paui; ''t't! : f _!'.:l rl."Cl., :V-,.": . . . J-:
Mr and1 r j .' . ,. : .
J '!Mclver's father and bioth.erIT. ; of Rv\ and :MrI. Y. Aiki! on, who Da'id"'uik' ;; '. North Carii'.ra.: anti: > ,-t's'7t3 '... . . . ;,::;": STRAUSS I X, L.\i1t(-,: <,lJ"; ; Jak. }:: : .- :;. : : /:. : : ::1 l?:_;;

J MelntOhb! and Hugo McIntosh. ha jiu-t i-oii'.plt-Jed his i-fiend year ;, The ;i',;-1 ,'rav:: peen a unst lrt di"lt' } 7&CORN VH1SKEY.T -- -- F. ri: H\: . . . 1-" ,}
,.,__' . . . -
: i.- $3.50 Atd ; 1. '
Char- .
Weir Saturday at the ri\ei; >:!\ >u Yit-rir.u: ::: at ;" unt r-r ;!1. '". fat: y !.oh: p.uK ; ( .C. : .
Lake i ;
t \\ cut down to i ;..: ." -:. . . :. ...')
'tV afternoon.Mr. j ii It tt5-\il.e. n.ici'A-1 I Ora'a: Mornay afIt ',!'i ",ant r tt'" '! .i. ,. < Gfxn'; ', "'; '.' /aCou..". . .l..y':. ; ." \\'il1'.j e'.pre-t! . Lo'tI

I -, nuiu :'o :--d:; t''e s-'mr.kr:: wi'1' hi-i -tu it'! -- M :. V".. .. :,1' is-1 I; t \I.::;'.. .,>. .:.:.; . ... . :':.') JrqJa; i lull quarts ot IM;..'_ ;: ,,,. \ \\'1.:1.: . ":'nq
; : : .
: \\". L. Jewt-tt Ml Meiidajni.ht par.u" :111-1 1.'t't\ "'.. !.. ,.1!. i- ivui '.' )': '' at 1 Mr. | t': H.,; ; :

: for :t \i-t with reuuius-! ., P.M.: : : LIIIl.Hl- a\ ,':'.:-,' ,.:' ".' | '

Yi ,,'11. la.rllUill: 'lm and :lv;. ,\11'1. ",\utha> 'ii\td in ..h.. ." Kn rouKh"i! :> f-v' \--i1-: : :. <: I' i.,:' :' J __ Per (.: L die.

; l'ii its in North Carolina.!; lit' will: Int !; city to 'd'v'.a'v'! of til'1: iori'd! of t'r in Ja] :k-'i.! \ :,> ; '.- .> H : 'J"'FOR $3.50" L..r.,...... ', ',. . . .-idi.f"-;
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11.'v. Harmon C. :Mania a l'iOlh" IHal'tiI t' !! who has. .. .-t..1. Mv.*. Carr has X. -v r.. '. .-.,.: OLD lioi'Ui j-' ... . . . j.5'>
down to LaKiWier I !'a' reputation! i-f I I., ":,,r a very lineu'onhone ; ; Junior Epwctrh League.A :J.l":: : : :-.-- : : : : : (u l; MALT WHISKEY
preacher, went HARVEST CORN _
afternoon to ot'I.' iiian. 11and' his wife arei J::ti'.ur: Epworh Ltasue v.a? or-j! ; Pert lJ=.. T': ttle.

Saturday s'.ioivs! oj f i i roomiri g at Mrs. D. A. :Mii'.er's: and srai.ii-d! at the Metho-lit church S'm-1: I Blaikb-rry Brandy .. . . .?i 'OThe l; best: goods to be ru:':ys: pure :Malt: . . .Jl-O')
church on the . . . f.-""
JJ: r.a t Apple Brandy hal1for the money C-jwIi.cin's . . . . 10':)
. I HlISl' aiternoon. and Mr M. M. Lit;It' "
the Spellnian day
lilll! Lake Wier SuiulaCounu1 \ are bnardinsr at ; p IViuhBr.tr.vly . . . 3.,-i.' I
7J II .U: !iMr. Walker'! and famih! will coiriniK \\as made supermt'ndent. Twent-- ) t.uittI1.Li l \ ...'."..c. . . . ... .'. FORS6.00Ocaia SWEET GOODS. Per Gal.

1.Hlill came from Martin ,- ;; to re&ide in Oca'a. five names: were enrolled and the fol- WINE. Peach and Honey "a" grade .. .J1.50
up I lowing] officers were eU-cted: '' if Catawaba Wine . . ..e 1.',iI\\e( 'Sill) e.-r.ct. (-A-press peach and Honey "aa" grade .. 2.r+)
Saturday and says that vegetable;:' : + p Port Wine . . . . 1.:')" prepaid tu.i 'j 1uart of R.-ck and Rye "a" grade . .. 1.50;
in splendid shape and the rain!si i! Col. Sic Barcoo, of Crystal River. ;! Presi'lt-nt.. Lucile Atki-im: : first Blackberry: Wine . . 1."-"' Rock and Rye aa" grade .. 2.;)-t
are wil I liand; his lovely daughter. Miss Minnie I vice president. Herbert Martin: secand AI sherry Wine . . 1.5'J i STRAUSS FAMOUS orange Brandy . . . ... 3.IJ'J
so far have done no damage. Hy q Imported Part Win: . . 4.'i I i'TC" Banana Brandy. . . .. 3.0')
ship a carload of cantaloupes Mon I.j Barco, spent :Monday morning: in ;; vice: president. Ruth Lester: !' ( Iil ,-ru 1 ::::!..rry Wire . . .4''' < 0 DYE A.rErvh; . . .. 3.t"J
Ocala on their way home from 'Yir third vice president Lurline! Bridges : i {
days tre3S1rer.i i' H
ginia. Miss Barco has been: attending secretary Ray Ferguson : :

eke of Mr. Henry Livingston's fin
pointers followed one of the Ocali Staunton for the past year and Cot., I repoorter, Alfred Green. I, Those t Heating & Go.

House guests to the second story o,f I I Barco went up to attend tbe commencement ., They will hold their meetings:;; every }

that building Friday and for som,e : exercises of the school_ Sunday afternoon at three o'clock at

cause or another jumped over th,e after which he and his daughter went t: the Methodist church and invite all.: :

bannisters to the pavement behroI i. to Richmond and spent a couple o1 I parents and friends to meet with' Floridar {

fo He then! them. The subject to be discussed : ,
The dog was knocked;; insensible ''I' days at the reunion. says

awhile but quickly recovered and bu It were Confederate veteran s enougl L will be announced previous to each ,

Tor a sprained shoulder is none th e there to have whipped any army oi L meeting. j

worse for his high jump. earth. I Alfred Green, Reporter. j:

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Cove C; What is Going on in the Land of the j|l l Sp| correspondence Ocala Banner Women's troubles very oftF A oe&ir regularly at a certain time every month. Because -

Grapefruit l and Pine. / Monday evening Mr. W. D. Williams F this may have been s-<> all\\ your life, !js no reason why it should continue.

f Pines or Many thousands of women, who j had suffered from troubles similar to yours
: :j are beir.g shipped by the carT of )Minnesota and Miss Mari' previously !

due to disorder of the W' have found welcome relief or cure in that
load from Eden. manly organs
Burleson of this place were qui 11-!; ,

TaD In Lake county tbn melons abe re married at the home of the bride's: wonderfully successful medicJne for women,

ti looking fine sauce. the rains.. (They mother Mr. :Micler of Citra, oSk-i

lIei"f r are tasting fine, too.- Ed. Banner.) ating. Woman's I
: :iine of CarduiE
ro' Believi-! ?* I beq; shipping melons
}J I I The bride is a daughter of Mr. andMrs.
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11:6"S - .': 1af At T"auk-r! ':' :'ani ei ire of fairpea M'

size but not as numerous as usual at j girl, being twenry-on: +j y* al- f-f .:'10 \:+da Forte, -of)f Toledo, III, writes : "I 1 am well pleased with the results cf using Cardui. I have r ..,

i .w' this time of year. age. The groom is a straii;.."r !"- t tHe f dye I tele"c fefce boules" sai: am now perfectly well, free from pain and have gained 25 pounds in weight."

"- bfrr, f II. H. Chapped! and C. F. Williams and his bride will renutm wit:, J-18 f 1C Write toJav for a free copy \aluaKe64-paite! : illustrated: Bpcl for W,nnen. If yoo nee! AlsdicalAl8B :

: to are shipping! eO.-ie very nice can[e- her mother for awhile. Tbe frk-nu tI "fj-'E I It lETTER 5' iiir'iivinpt.imi:: ,. stating age aci reply ,,: : be sent in r'.nwaled envelope.AJMwry 6..lress :
,, Tenn.
I .. tI Lan 1><"t.. T'.e ChJ.ttanoog1eJI.me Co., Chattar.
the, loupes from Sanford. I The friends of the young bride will] .'>ag> 5gagi?g'gHg>?sgg3 gBv"'Ve"dtfsIrte '" -

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acts The first mangoes of the season - -
be very much surprised to learn of -- - -- ---
m{: have appeared on the Miami market. ITS YOUR TOWN TALK l,. -

the The crop is said to be good. her marriage as no one knew the ,, t OP. ( Over from di.-.t :T T : -'ia'!:: ;; t'ttlr. ::i l. rI NOTICE |i i NOTICE

'". was contemplating such a step, but' I and \1r,'. Harry: L.LTK.f; F"irt! -- i 1
th Gainesville shipped its first peaches ..
Here !is bit of -
A a .... '
I "VU } -i)h'l OSOp h y j i Myers, who will $penf Application: ] for Tax Deed { :-rFor: :; Publication. Department of the
; es last week about two weeks earlier will wish her a happy married life.. i : .a
and splendid a, .:( ', "' -' .'. .. visiting i frien.is!: and <-\i\!! : > :n thJi s,.( r.\ '. n. :haptl-r ;". '. Interior. Land Office at Gainesville -
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la than last year. The crop is short. Miss Gertrude Hobkirk, of this ( '
t Many new orange and grapefruitgroves immigration burr "-:1 oT ,.t.r LoHi.iVills ;i Candltr !st-ctiun.: :JirM! ; .afuck i is an: 1.;:.\\i of !Fioridu.V |' Fla., May 20, 1907.

th are being set CSt at Home- place, was visiting, friends at Pine [r' || and NVaville! rail, p.L+! ;i j! old\ Marion county b.iv. l l-u has :- \ (v ;is !i* iv'.y eivt-u: that J. Linn, ': Notice is hereby given that William

fray: Sunday. ': j tied and is ; the "
tad since ; rains have commenc- I v
p Mr, Cfeorge Allis and Mr. I. D. mills- I i \.h you're living in & 't.J'I'n- i I BABY.j and 1174. dated tl>? Gth day yof .June.1 j- of his intention to make final five

f eil. Talk! it up. talk i iup! A. I U. I L"!1"I-; > SI-d said! certificates j jin in of his
,: kirk left today for Ocala on special year proof support claim
1ni TIti>y San Aiat-:o Fruit Co. at San I Don't l>e running of[ it down- ;; MyiffiC'1.! ) troy has; made !
f-n. ,I business. I j More From Be! evlew. application j viz: Homestead entry No. 31440, mai\e
Mateo, are still shipping grapefruit Talk it up talk it up! f( >r tax deed to, i hsue in accordance :
McMeekin. :Mr. R.V.. Erwin March 25, 1902 for the northweste
W :Mrs. M. J. Jerkins.u r" :i.r.-M: tiring tl .
J and will not be through for a week or Never,; croak d1U.' never frown ; v.it'n law. SaL! certificates (> I
is visiting her daugLter! Mrs. Sallie i Ocala Banner, is a; L'"livkw:! andi.I I quarter of southeast quarter, section
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ten .
days. l Praise lioiU- and do it brown rill: !!
your ; 1 following ck-aeriU1'! property sit-j 28 16
; township 22
: Burlesou j south range east,
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J. P. Mace. A. R. Cooley and W. L. ends u? the foI'OTr.T!! r"-'z; tr-
:That"llrt.g] good limy e'OilIl'- >:n an- -;:lt("d l in Marion! Florida
f county to-i'
an'f Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hall of Pine i ;and that said proof will be made be-
Weaver are heavy peach shippers at trr!: correspondent : .... !it : L"Ts' L'. .", :,:;:1! 7. Maywood.) st-c-j j fore Clerk
tb visitors at the residence ; Circuit Court at Ocala, Fla.,
were of Mr Help< YOU hustling r.eichbor i ; too-
:. Lake Helen. The are getting good re-I Mrs. \\. C.; Ta;. l.r. "> '.. la"'I..l a .k-iis I.; !L rowii.-hSn) 17 1 ;<:south! rans- !: (on July 5, 1907.
( J. C. Ellis Sunday. Talk tint up. talk him uu!
turns. !lar.v portion of the v-:::;; : !Lr-n1, has :_;'li! Ki-'r, :.i ,1(':"'s : !'-,! ll'1 : :\Iaywoul. I He the
IN The ice cream supper and dance Ere be blows your town's bazuuj names following witnesses
Recent rains Malabar have
help seen iII since iur rri\al! her' -eti"is :: .".
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very at [ ; lown'!hip! 17 so-.th.: i i1
: which was given at the residence of j j Talk him tall: him i j ; :to prove his continuous residence upon -
up up
ed the orange trees very much. They I P l.laoapia! ; :: ,h+>n??. J-'he! tt.! ,4 1 a con-11 i range .'? eas:. -" :leT"' ';:. .
Mr. A. L. Hobkirk last Thursday i For his work is iHiOftin'you : < and cultivation of, the land viz:
are looking'eQ' fine and are full of 'Ii tar ion ', iih h"r ;>:;:> -i:,'uius v.ho! T'::. aid !'iri'i: --inu: : ; r.ssvsed at tilt (
a new growth after the drougth.. night was quite a grand success.. .\ i i Help him make his brag; come true ; I' James Summers of Belleview Fla. ;
J'hold: out!! Lo.es for 1 In.. :!;.!:I.TI'" iv- f'rtof: ti:>' i i.-nuanct of such certitjcaus !- 'I
Quite a few peaches of fine i it large number of young people attend- :'That's the proper thing to d'i- I i ij Jeff Davis of Belleview Fla.; Barrel
'con'ry.t ia t acco'sn'she was iniproving in the t of J..A.
Ila::; Angel! an'1
J from ed and all seemed to enjoy themselves !I j Talk him up. ;Samuel of Belleview, Fla.; George-
quality are being shipped r- "
; ; siowly. tl Po, .
jA. ;!
of j Summers of Belleview
immensely. !! Fla.
son, Volusia cotmty. Just at present I: I Get Join j j Mr. D. R.. Dana is lying in bed I'niess aid certificates shall
to ati:> together the band! be rerlPOTie' i 524HENRY S. CH>rBB
{? the weather is perfect for the fruit. Regular services will be held ,
the Andalusia school house Sunday j!i Talk it up, talk it Up'! where he has lain for three: wt:>d-s. V'| according! t') law. tax dtvd Begist0t' -. V

to last Saturday 1S.121 cratesof 'I I Choke tb? croaker off the stand. !:; growing perceptibly w altHi" ,till! ;issue thereon en the Mh day c ______
afternoon June 9th.J
vegetables had been shipped from VIOLET :,jUp for progress;! Show your sand! j i only nourishment is hot milk takenin July. A. 1) !fH'7Vitnes ; NOTICE
Tt't'l"p Wauchula this season. Tomatoes i
SOUTH LAKE WIER.. Boost: < your town with voice and handTalk I j small! quantities in a teaspoon. He \ -? my official signature! and, i'! -

have been the principal product and I it up talk it up! I i is praying daily for sweet: release i i f ?'-al this the <;th day of Jun A. D. |Of Application for Tax Deed Under t )

I : returns have been: excellent. Special correspondence to theBannerMr. I I from bodily weakness and longs for J 15)7. Section S of Chapter 4S88, Laws

lirE A country correspondent to the Ft. I and Mrs. Charles S. Gates AT BEAUTIFUL BELLEVIEW. his coming into that land! where the: j: (Sea! ) S. T. SISTRUXK, of Florida.; .
Meyers Press says that it is r gave a pleasant little party last Sate I i I inhabitants shall never more say they Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Cu., Fla. Notice is hereby given that William

; ef!1' ported that the coming orange crop I urday evening in honor of theirat Special correspondence Ocala Banner :! ;are sick. ,I II I! 6-7 By H. B. Foy Jr.. D. C. j i,: ]E. Tonner purchaser of tax certifi-

td in Mantee county is being bought I daughter, Miss Inez. Music etc. was Everyone is busy now. especially: I Mrs. Miller is finding tho(' north i I (cate No. 265 dated the 7th day of August -

tp $2 a box and grapefruit at $5 a box. enjoyed by all, as was also the delicious the: farmers. :\Ir. Griggs has shipped I Icountr\' far less desirable now than I I NOTICE :' A. D. 1899, has filed said cerj -

;' The local market at Kissimmee is cake and ice cream. 1 two: carloads of watermelons, and :Mr. I j her fond immagination pictured ito .i ji j' I (tificate in my office and has made application -

li\'l'' being well .supplied with peaches and j j i Some very fine cars of melon are I!| Nelson and Judge Hopkins expect tget I she finds a hot water !bottle a very-i}I Application for Tax Deed Underjl; for tax deed to issue in accordance ,
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quite a few are being shipped north. ; being shipped from here. some off today. The depot platform I comfortable at night. j i I Section S. of Chapter 48SS. 1 with law. Said certificate
;;: On account of the long drought the I '
Mr. Harry Groff and Mr. Frank :; f is filled every day with tomatoes / j!I Laws of Florida. embraces the following describedproperty
.? peaches are smaller but the flavor i is ''
t'ht 1 Adams recently killed a very large !i I :and cantaloupes. We wish all the !i j EVINSTON, BOARD AN i AND Me- ;;: Notice is hereby given that J. Srantham situated in Marion county,

tit good. I rattlesnake.. 11Ir. farmers much success in their ship INTO H. G purchaser of tax certificates :J 'Florida to-wit: Com at a pt 30 His w

I)'; Some palmetto berries are still I Bard has removed from here Ii !|j No. ;! ((4. ;:j"5 and ;306 dated the of ne coy lot 6, sub of G. I. F. Clark

tl)' being shipped from the neighborhood !; 'and Mr. Bishop now occupies the I' ping.Mr.. Jloobert Polly and sister Alice, I j I i Special correspondence Ocala Banner.15th;I ;" day of June. A. D. 1905 has filed I',,J grant tp 12, s, r 2?, e, thence w 4.51
t13, of Artesia although the season i 51 i; Porter place. have been visiting friends in Eustis.j i!I Mr. and Mrs. J. \\JtVnlen c-e-j-s! ; certificates in my office and has; j chs, s 10 chs w 5 ens, s 6.45 chs e
about over. The! this i ,
f crop season Mr. Frank Adams is on the sick list I Mr. Polly returned :Monday on his !|!I brated the fortieth: anniversary ;,f I I; made application for tax deed to issue j i i 5.40 chs, s 5.22 chs e 3.SO chs n 21.67
al" has been a prolific and growI I I
one !
very as also is Wallace Reed. i way to Ocala. i j i 'their marriage on lat Wednesday, j i in: accordance with law. Said certificates {j chs-12 acres. ,

+ ers have made money. I'I'fJ Mr.. Lehmann drove to Ocala Mon Miss Lorena Freeman returned i j: 'the 22nd by entertaining most pleas-1', embrace the following describ- j! The said land being assessed /at j /
all accounts Marion
tJ'4, countywill II III' day. I :Monday from Newberry where she I antI)" tbe following friends: Mr. and ijed I, property situated in Marion coon I! the date of the issuance of such cyrI -
a big melon this
In crop sea 11r. Charles Voorhees is repairing has been visiting her uncles, Messrs. I Mrs. Austen Smith and son, 11r.1 jty, Florida, to-wit : Northeast 1-4 of I| tificate in the name of Chas. V. Hill-
son. spite of the the
I' drought crop I ]has several docks so as to be ready Charlie and Cicero Freeman who i and Mrs. Will Smith and laughr- r. j northwest 1-4, and northwest 1-4 of r ; yer. Unless said certificate shall be fc}
: is earlier than usual. Cantaloupes I \ .
(,., being shipped in carload lots and are it I :for next season's shipping. are engaged in the phosphate business i Lola Maud, of Tacoma. Mrs. liar y !i southeast 1.4. section 9. township 12 i redeemed according to law, tax deed

Mr. P. M. Oleson was in Oxford at that place. She reports having Bvins Mr. John S. Richardson, rOlr.i i south, range 23 east. 80 acres; north, will issue thereon on the 17th day of
I is I
; expected that the watermelon I
c cI' on Saturday. had a most enjoyable time. and Mrs. P. K. Richardson, cf Evins- I 1-4 of southwest 1-4 section 10, township '! June A. D. 1907.
movement is soon to be in full blast. ji
.t I' J. N. Blount ,of Fort Denaud Leecounty GHAHAMVILLE GOSSIP. Mr. C. H. Hilton of Short Beach* i,! ton Mr. and Mrs. Will Gist of Ici I i 13; south. range 23; east.. 40 acres; I Witness my official signature and .

i : says that he believes his 110 i Conn., is back in Florida again look-1'm ]j Intosh Mrs. Leverette and sister-I :northeast 1-4 of southwest 1-4. section I seal this the 16th day of May A. D.

If' ing for sawmill timber sites. His Miss Lela Bare of Micanopy, Mr.I I 10!, township 13 south range 23 i i 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK
acre orange grove which last !Special I
I" year correspondence Ocala Banners
1 many Belleview friends are glad to i and Mrs. John Wolfenden of Sampson .east 40 acres. |i I Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. ria.
produced 2.COO boxes of oranges ha Miss Dora Smith visiting her sisal I

.: I. I see him on our streets once more. City, also Dr. and Mrs. W. M. The said land being assessed at the I 5-17 By H. B. FOT Jr., D. C.
; been so set back by the drougth thi It ter: Mrs. Oliver McDonald at Griner I
Mr. Robert Freeman has accepted I Richardson of Boardman. date of the issuance of such certificates
: it will not yield more than 1,5t1i Farm.I;
a position under Miss Snow, the rail Mrs. Barton Heston and daughter in tbe name of F. Lang & Son NOTICEIn
Loses at the .
coming season.A The Lake City correspondent to
I. road agent here. returned last week from Tennessee. Henning L. & I. Co., and Unknown.' -

I, local branch of the State Fruitand the Times-Union says: "Col. R. F. Mr. C. H. Hilton and Judge Hopkins Messrs. William Shettlewortb and I Unless said certificates shall be redeemed ][ the Circuit Court of the Firth Judicial

Vegetable Shippers' Protective Rogers, of Ocala, is in the city visiting
; made a business trip to the Barton Hester have just returned : according to law, tax deedwill Circuit of Florida in and for i
Association was formed at Leesburg his granddaughter, Mrs. Reviere I
" Brick City Tuesday.The I from a short but pleasant visit to issue thereon on the 8th day of Marion County-In Chancery
last week. J. C. Lee J ,
was selected as this week. We claim Colonel Rogers
Belleview Workers held their (Cuba. July A. D. 1907 City of Ocala, a Municipal Corpofi-: '
president. Twenty-four growers joined Mr. Lake City but will ..
man say
I Social Tea at the home of Mrs. J. F. Mr. Rose of Atlanta spent severaldays Witness my official signature and tion of Florida Complainant vs. ;
: at the first meeting and it is expected Lynne is an Ocala suburb and will let
I Pelot' last Thursday, and about thirty last week with friends in Et in s- eal this the 6th day of June A. D. Fannie F. Anthony and Samuel P. ';
.,. more will come in at the next it' go at that.
partook: of the delicate refreshmentsr"ed. ton. 1907.! Anthony Defendants.-order for
meeting.-New York Produce New Mrs. J. W. Randall is visiting her .. r
-- se and all reported a most enjoyable Miss Alice McRae is spending her Seallt S. T. SISTRUNK, Constructive Service. (
daughter, Mrs. W. H.
3c 1 Hasting's Potato Season. Starke; this week. Russell at afternoon and hope that they vacation at her brother's Mr. Angus Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. It is ordered thai the defendants ) t 1

/f- ,: A statement has been published Mrs. L.1.. Graham after a few I meet with :Mrs. Pelot again in theinear McRae's home. t J;.7 By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C. hereto named, to-wit: Fannie F. Anthony

"t, future.. Edward Hopkins has gone to Anap- and Samuel P. Anthony be and :(
t that the present year has been by far days' visit to her sons and daughters j
f / I -L olis to attend the naval academy. We NOTICEOf they are hereby required to appear to
the the
most profitable in Hastingspotato in Ocala, has gone to Berlin, where
u Additional Notes From the Villageof wish him success and determinationto the bill of complaint filed in this
r section. Ninety thousand barrels s he will be the guest of her brother "
Application for
" Oaks. stick until he finishes the course. Tax Deed Under cause: on or before
'. have been harvested and the I and sister. Mr. and )Yrs. M. P. Frink. i
I I j The Hilton Lumber Company issnow i Dr. Walkup and Mrs. Turnipseed. Section S, of Chapter 48S8, Monday, the 3rd day of June, 1907.It .
::: prices realized have been the best !in t for< a week or ten days. j
; I ( a fact, and the way Mr. Hilton .of Mclntosh, have gone to the Confederate Laws;; of Florida. is further ordered that a copy of
{ many yearsand reached the I.
highest Rebecca
Counts who has
| been :
land the genial Judge are moving J reunion at Richmond. and Notice is; hereby given that W. P.. this order be published once week
'. at the close! of the; season.-St. Luc ie i visiting i friends and relatives in Ocala a
a about! I will also attend the Williamson! purchaser of tax for four
:: ; presages an earhstart for the Jamestown exposition certfi- consecutive weeks in the ,
County Tribune.
,.;',. i I land Shady Grove for the past mouth. j jni I ill and consequent employment toPoe !} J cares; No. :::41 and ll'j: dated the dtllI ';!| Ocala Banner a newspaper nnhlishpfi

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Editor Williamson! Has Had ; given se: Who wish.. j me mines m HIV rresjiyterian:: -'- a. J.w.7 Ult'U Oltltt said county and state.

r- Sot: c- : Enough. )I! Among our citizensho were in the The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. church, of Mclntosh s rvd ice cream ;j crrtilicate' .; in my office. and has made This 2nd day of May, 1907.S. .
rveittyvars ago in South! '
t-\\ Floridavh! : : + n it was regarded ae''! Brick City this "' 'i'k't're! Dr. B. F. E. church met at the parsonag.TIK.S- (i j last Friday-pn: y of it and very !I! appIicaO.n: : for tax Lick Private:
Bill;; \
SKf fashion?''t'! .>, inevitable: to shake! Mo'i-man Com 1. ,dar j jM. afternoon. Routine !jii.-ij i 'aa. i itranKUV'l !| so nl.I 10.1. ,rnniaiK.vith: law. Sai-1 1 certificates i Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.
Crdl:1m.If.: : P. 1.. IViri-oe ; .
and !, I I'i 'ei.i.rar--! i : fullo\"iii_ (- "
and a j : de-scribed '
with chi: pl-a-ant al'u-rv'lull proprfv By H. D. Palmer 'C.
'o"h.-II a \n" little! .
Mr.I WiSliaui, Hoiran-v : ..t :
: in char in i Jersey Evil for -. ; ';, -, "d,\ in iLirion"inty.! Flor-i T. E. V1
sp-i' Sale. Bisgs
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Bisji, \.1 i ht-re an thoii? ,
wilt"J'; : ::: : !knees and chai-r-: ; U. v. A. ('. Sirk-fiell: : j 11r- ac'.iI: I at |i j A two year old ih'inn: + ;:.:br.- ,' .1/- .'. :,: !. j-- .. S'utL< ,.,:r 1. ; d lot ; }'t','" Complainant's! Solicitor.STOCKHOLDERS' 5-3:

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"Ocala is a Good PI: .'' S.::': [ : : "TiIlTe 1'i ,
::? S '.>. la : m _: 1"-' :' : ::1Y 6MONTHS ,,. -' -. ;
r 4- / Speaking of capital re.lU\I. :in :!hc mi!,;: k cf !' [ :J .:-:<:? ::;:ir: rtick: : I'vef..1 I As Kt 1: 1L...!. :!tD 'T v.i.' r.--.:,:: !>'-,I." .; lath
mere r :: a: .
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I are of Rev. :yeari.n! "
guests and :Mr.c; acrount cfH : \1'1!: and
o : Is no Joubt? bat Talataeo! : : : ',! .,: : :: :, s : ,' -"!" r -. L 1.1,1..1' ... :: : i i
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f far I'.ji.ler: a: thMtf:> :::?: >, ar-o'ui--: '::: ;;jJh: Against holes. Ko mere ; ; ---red ( !r;- ] mj of : ; ?L Ill'L.t- .\. : d.J. Der :
from the center of the s-: ', lJj,1 1 darning if ycu buy ; :' ir.-\:, :;*-.: ::1! I tried B'l-r-kl'-n's; I cea"" j J. I by
-uccess :la '
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agree with the Wauchu-a :: fiIprrrnPf : S'al1. ;.ar has he I.. 'l rn.r.! ; :.n- FIri : T..r:
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t, that Ocala is an excellent location for 11 .:.i.; .;_.:... :. \ -,:, :- one ooi o-r; r-"iban-!:; J DSary !, '.n GIMT- I..f North :-.i.: :>, N. r. 1J: j

r. the state offices. As fOE Jacksonville, j last week. : -s been ut. tLe: t:c'. A'! the rcr-2* e.'T5.iCotroa t : '.n-ju-f-ed: : i-: PP':! "::. Burac.., by The Magic No. 3. th.

it is a hotbed of political schemes. Mass ;list; for the past month, ::u.,; '..;::3 many T., :::---:; fc rIrusrdsts.. 25c I Number three i 13 a wonderful mas !j 1 1ff antm
: ,
May Borland, of this place.I ]; : (mod: cot for Geo. H. Parris.
. and frKc.'ls! ; v\ : for f of Cedar
a good -place to keep the state I 1 >.i !.!:; a: recov-: I light we--: Me., Grove "
was among the grad-ia--; Rullir: .... according to
;; government from. : :;: rslljar9 $25 Reward for an Estray Hsrse. a letter which
away The Record reads
: "After
ior J0.
t irould like to see Barrow made the college this year. Her mother, Mrs.J. Tk 10:"._:. 'I': : a::..1 i lee little ': FOB LADIES: Egy7tan: Cotton : sis '11 t- subscriber will give a reward 1 liver and kidney suffering trouble much with :
B. Borland went fown ; pairs for S2.00. H irzr.tx o.ta and becoming
1 to the commencement t* ''jf -j.j::; for information 1
state capital, but xrg are afraid we ] Bennie Shedd up and .... nd once r
stall have to wait until a state division exercises. more after his recent severe attackof ,I L .-"'CM'. cry of a dark bay horse, 4 years t to find relief, I tried Electric BiAi'ters. .
The Melton! Brothers of :Micanopy ::1.! nil;! and as a result
feet white am
fever. blaze in face a well mr/v r f'a
scheme Thanks! ,
goes through. Bartow to Dr. and
: ]trace T. K. tOday. The first bottle :
Jiecord. : purchased the: mill! property: of Siaushter'si.ill.;! .a'.: ?; .-. :L in mi-Idle! of blaze. three bottles relieved a*
: 1 the Baxter completed the cure" :
Lumber Couipaa Sold M. Fishel
: by HENRY Guaranteed
i :Mr. dud Mrs i. H. .Matik-Ws drove SCOFIELD, liver best on earth for stomach

I Fairfield Fla. and kidney troubles by Tydiags
& Co druggists. 50c.
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.NN.N.NN1N..NNNN............ .... ....... STATE PENSION BILL '

,Y'i OUR TALLAHASSEE LETTER I All Confederate Veterans Over the rGIlMAH Q FLORIDA'S r

Age of Sixty Are Beneficiaries.We .
print below the pension bill! D .

: The Legislature Goes the way of all Grass-The Removal e passed by the legislature relative to Tn

2 of the Capital Still:l a Vexing: Question The Three : the granting of pensions to Confederate CURE'Oil 'k ESALTSICtc

: R Dr 1tE, (0'llf R
e 1Vil Get Mixed in Incident. N CAHL1
-ons up a Bouquet soldiers in the state of Florida: FRM'!SYT3tcr
A Bill to be entitled An Act CrEating j
: Written Especially for the Ocala Banner by: Miss Jefferson Be'.l. : : rape T FOB CIS EASE IK STOCK CF Ao. : AFtTPTt' AND rA Jtt UiifMSt Mf "c.c XSA
a State Board of Pensions. Dej -
; TILL t MAN S IS MOT A FOOD Bur P'all's' s'ocIC'Ill PIE>
... ......6............... .04 .6.. '..x! ....... j fining Who Shall Recieve Pensions. T - - - - - - - sF' I Ix
Tallahassee. May 31.-A steady j bringing them to St. Augustine to be Who shall Not Recieve Pensions, ( t'.ANtrc.cTUAt3: : ByACKIRHAU

downpour or rain marked the last day *buried there near the place where he Who Shall be Retained as Pensioners & STEVIARr.FA t1

landed-nearlv four hundred years How Applications Shall be ,
of the legislature. Not a shower followed -: ,f _.. t
j Made, How Pensions Shall be Paid i
by sunshine, but an insistent I ago.Ponce de Leon's quest reads like a'j: Duties of County Commissioners in -- 'I ;

rain that began early and lasted all I romance in these matter-of-fact days. j Regard to Pens"ions, Providing for .sioat-rs o: each t-oi.n'y hall! at least

day. It had been expected that both I! 'The fountain of youth the Spaniard j the Levying of a Pension Tax and : once in each year examine the pension ''
rolls: of their:
!sought in vain"-the glimmering I Authorizing the State Board of Pen- respective counties s
houses would adjourn at noon, but so ,
;and ascertain: whet ''
mocking mirage that haunted the I sinus to Make Regulations to Carry -r or not any per-
many important matters remained on t son said roll should be
; dreams of the aged knight and led I into Effect the Provisions of This I II ; on pension
kite calendar, and particularly the yesport i I I l ,dropped from same by reason of not ':
I ]him on through days of hardships and i Act. :
of the I. I. fund investigation: nights of pain and disappointment to I I; Be It Enacted By the Legislature: of :1j being entitled to draw said pension I! t

committee, which was given in shortly I: 1 find at the end-death from a poisoned I too State of Florida: 1I I II under the provision of this act and | y ., .wt
make of their the
i arrow at the hands of an Indian. I Section 1. That the governor. report findings to
before noon, demanded the atten-'J
: The Ponce, as the people of St. Augustine I state are hereby constituted the State i iI j'i State Board of Pensions, who are!
tion of the legislature. Tke rigid hereby authorized such
i to drop persons -
familiarly call him, then i are hereby constituted the State .; ,
of j I! :: from the list, if, in their judg THE FINEST MINERAL SPRINGS IN FLORIDANEVER
checking over the accounts by thej|governor of Bimini, was taken onj: Board of Pensions. I

New York expert accountants who i' shipboard to Havana, where be died j i j Section 2. Any person who enlist-!: ment, tb? :same should be done. !
: Section 11. The State Board of!
unearthed the insurance frauds failed ,of his wound. His body was interred ,,fed and served in the military or the. I
to reveal any dark and startling se- ,there temporarily but later was taken !I naval forces: of the Confederate states j ji Pensions shall forward to each pen : .n
erets. The passage of an act to create of home '1I sioner a certificate that he is entitled ;,
to Porto Rico, where it lies in a hum- j i or this state including *
a commission to continue the investigation : |ble grave in Ponce. The bill providing ( guards or reserves, during the war to a pension which shall be.! x
prima facie evidence to the clerk of! New hotel and new furniture. Elegant beds and table fare. Rooms
through administrations j I j for locating his remains was between the states of the United.i
I i with 12 foot ceiling, well ventilated and lighted with Ten foot
gas. t.
prior to 1901 was insisted on by a i, ]passed Thursday. States, and did not desert the Confederate !j''the circuit court or any officer of the [
j around the house. Too scenery is unsurpassed in Florida. Large bath
majority of too senate. S or state service and who was a I II county.
!' house and large bath. rooms, plenty of suits, toboggan slide, spring boardsor
Section 12. There shall
Hon. George G. Mathews, of Marion The three Wilson and a basket of I bona fide citizen continuously for ten;' be annually -
I walks at any depth, games of all kinds, pool rooms for ladies and gen-
is member the assessed and collected of four I
of commit a tax
a new roses figured in a refreshing incident years prior to date and filing of the
I mills tlemen, dancing pavilion, boating and fishing. Situated four miles from
tee. j jr. in the house Wednesday. Wilson of j application for pension and who is < ] per on all property liableto
: Apopka on Seaboard Air Line Railroad where a splendid livery team goes
assessment, which shall constitutea
I Hernando is stout and starwart both i! over the age of sixty ;years at the I It -
Tallahassee has certainly been surfeited -" in mind and in body and is one of date of application, shall each recieve i fund for the payment of pensioners, I to the Springs. '
(the proceeds of which shall i
with entertainments of various tee strong men in the legislature. In one hundred dollars per annum in !j applied -

kinds. especially within the past two I| ,appreciation of the valiant fights he quarterly payments; all other persons to the payment of pensions.Section I j FAMILIES AND PARTIES.
I ;
ieks. The commencement of the has made for various good and worthy who lost a limb or limbs, an eye or'': 13. That from and after! Railroad fare $2.75: ; round trip good for thirty days. f .. .

College for Women occupied nearly measures a young lady who has be- eyes. or who are permanently disabled -j''the passage of this act it shall be law- Wekiwa Spring Company ,

all the week and was a happy round- come an ardent admirer of Mr. Wil by reason of wounds or disease i! ]ful for the pensioners of this state toj I \\Vkiwa [Cluvj] Springs, Florida

ing out of a sucessful term at this !I son, of Hernando, conceived the idea to gain a livelihood by; manual labor i have their vouchers approved and ,i

institution that is becoming known] of sending him a basket of Tallahassee shall be entitled to recieve each pert1 signed by either clerks of the circuit !; -

as one of the finest schools in the I roses. Mr. Wilson of Lee, is annum in quarterly payments the I, court or by notaries public or any oth- j .r ... r. :; "....,.,. !'I ".".., .....,. ;....",'".. ..- ._...,....:1
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south. i also stout and stalwart while Mr. following amounts to wit: i iI j''er _officer authorized by law to administer irH.

r Outward and visible evidence of a !I Wilson of Calhoun, in thin and at- For total loss of sight, $300; loss I I : oaths having a seal. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BouvierAnnouncement

healthy college sentiment was shown I tenuated. of one eye $15'J; loss of fot or leg !l Section 14. Tbe State Board of I

by the college colors on every hand. The janitor who carried the basketof $125; loss of a hand, $125: loss of !; Pensions shall prescribe the rules;

Every one wore them from the staid- roses fresh and fragrant with the both hands $-50: loss of both feet, i iI and regulations for the carrying uut

est senators to the children playing : dew drops yet trembling among their I $150 i ; loss of one hand and one foot !j''of the provisions of the pension law;

in the parks. I satiny petals assured this lady that $150; personal injuries, disease of this state, see that laws are complied We have just purchased the splendidly equipped
with and shall make
I the is un- reports
he knew Mr. Wilson of Hernando, or age whereby person
I I and recommendations the machinery plant of the Yon;;e and Cline Company,
Capitol removal was again laid and described his as "a stout gentle- able to earn a livelihood by manual: to governor -
for year's sleep : total disability shown '!!| at least thirty days before the and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and
over a two Thurs-I man with a round face' and was en- labor, $150; .as
when Mr. DuPont's bill || meeting of the legislature. adjiningcounties.. We make a specialty of repairing
day night, :| trusted with the roses. Ar once the by affidavit of a reputable physician

providing that a proposition to re-i i rumor came to her that the rises had 111150.i I i Said boad shall make rules and regulations II steam pumps, gas engines, etc. I

move the capitol to some point east ;been placed on the desk of Mr. Wilson Section ;";. The widow of any-de-j 1 for the conduct of their business Let us quote you prices. I

of tOO Suwannee river should be sub of Lee, notwithstanding that be,"I ceased soldier or sailor who enlisted !i iI j as they may deem proper not II

mitted to the people.lldnight's disclaimed having done anything t o]I and served in the military or naval'service i': in conflict with the spirit and purpu-n

ghostly hour had come cause him to be treated so. The ser of the Confederate State or of j cf the pension laws. They may t-a- Ocala Gas Engine

befls,. the deed was done and the vices of one of the attaches was secured -. this state including home guards and i ploy a clerk at a salary not exceeding i I I

billy joined the ranks of the indefi- :|J and the roses transferred at: I reserves during the war between the 1! five hundred dollars per annum pay- .

nitely postponed with Mr. Carter's ;j I noon from the desk marked Lee and I states of the United States, and did : able quarterly out of the state treas-i I CompanyMeMillan

prophetic words ringing-"the question -' adorned too desk of the gentleman I not desert the Confederate or state !i ury on the certificate of the chairman LH- '
w' I of the said board. i> ::::: :. m7 : n1i.=
is not settled. The day will i from Hernando. Later they appeared service, shal be entitled to recieve the 'I' p

come when the demands of southernand on the desk of the third Mr. Wilson, sum of one hundred dollars per anProvided Section 13. .hat all laws and

Florida will the in : parts of laws in conflict with the provisions --- -- -- -- -- --- ------- -
eastern quarterly
carry and last were seen adorning the num payments j
capitol from Tallahassee." j I i speaker' desk. The incident caused such widow was lawfully married to I| of this act be and are hereby

I would hate to see the capital removed -I the introduction of a facetious set oi said soldier! or sailor ten years prior !I repealed. Bros.

from Tallahassee. It is the I resolutions about the Wilson and to the filing of said application for 1 i j Section 11;. That this act shall

sweetest place in all the state and the fair maiden was thanked.JEFFERSON pension, and has continuously resided !; take effect upon its approval by the

while it is inconvenient and old- BELL. in this state ten years previous to !!: governor. Southern Copper Works

fashioned the people have absolutelyno making application. And the widow I]I r

desire to change too old established Tennessee Phosphate Psposits of a deceased person who was at the I'!! MISS FLORENCE:: HARDY WEDS''

customs and habits for the atmosphere The mineral resources in the Gile s time of his death drawing a pension I I DR. BOWEN IN JACKSONVILLE i Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

in which progressive ideas and from this state shall be granted awidows 1I 1--- .
I county, Tenn., section are said "bj I Miss Florence M. Hardy of Bells.
innovations perish, sentiment, aso- pension upon satisfactory !I I|I and General Metal Workers.
nine! those in a position to know to b e her residence'1 Tenn., very pleasantly remembered
ctexion and possession (that proof of her marriage, !';!
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I. VK'ats in tbe law> for a cable that I very fine and among the best in this S in the state and the death of her husband -j in tbis city, where she made many
j friends her visit here. Old) Still < taken in exchange: for new ones. Patching
warm on recent
anchors too capital to Tallahassee. I pan of the state. Valuable deposit:;s and shall: not be required tot

I Unfortunately tne hotels and board--of!i various minerals are known to e make any additional proof of her hus.band's I She is a beautiful and charming through the country a specialty. Orders: by mail or
'! and six wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
- jug houses that furnish sufficient ac1 -jist i but yet there are doubtless man] service but any widow of a young woman spent weeks ..
t. .
here this with her : olkH-in. works -
coinniodations ordinarily in Tallahassee -I people in the community aroun deceased person who would haven spring aunt Mrs. o

*-\ the to whom such an a ,- under this, J. A. Pittman. Several weeks ago
4. cannot accommodate Lynnville been entitled to.a pension FAYETTEtflLLE' H. C. SAVANNAH GA
i 'she ,
,; throng that is attracted here by the noun cement would be a surpriseOwing act shall make proof as would the peri left for Jacksonville to'isit her
i Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Pittman JACKSONVILLE.' FLA MOBILE ALA
sessions of the legislature. The condition to the fact that it is a goo> son if living. i ,

has been so bad recently thatpersons farming section, no attention isj: I Section. No person receiving a before returning to her Tennessee _
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: arriving in Tallahassee from been paid to the development of itI s j pension from the United States ors home. On Thursday evening.. May
I i tenth, Miss Hardy and Dr. Bowen 04-4..+K......++0 ..ir44')...+44444..G44N.i.N.NNN.
the east and west shortly before mid I. minerals. Just north of Lynnville i I from any other state shall be entitled[ +

night and at four o'clock in the morning i a section of country which contains'between S I. to a pension under this act. ;: were quietly married. The JacUboc-;: THEN USE

have been unable to get a planto :200? and :300 acres of pho' ;-1 Section 5. Peons drawing pen- \'illeIetropois! of Friday has the fol- WANT BIG CHOPS IDEAL FETILZE! f

sleep and have been forced to sit : phate, which: runs from two to fir e I slons under previous acts of the legit ; lowing to say of the wedding: .

up the rest of the night. | tea thick and is of fine grade. Ahoa I islature of Florida are retained and I' A very pretty, quiet wedding too!; ** OUR BOORS WILL TELL YOU :+

: mile southeast: is a quarry of varu entitled'! to tbe benents of this act. : place last evening at the residence cf r t! 'FLORIDA VEGETABLES' complete "IRISH POTATOES"-Book ont

Bones of Heroes gated flint and several bluffs of sha!e. !j Section C. The pay wnt of the Dr. James H. Pitman 112:: West i : manual; on Florida crops. "Soil. Seed Planting and Cultira-*
"Go J friend for Jesus:, :sake: f. rbt's r AI Dod:.on's Gap there is a pcculia.r !! new claims shall be made+ front theo Adams street. The bride was Miss : pony Effect of Fertilizers, Digging*
here which has tte c of the films of t::.... r.'pic.tion: ; Florence :M.? Hardy and the groom Dr. : I
To tiis? the dust enclosed crone appearance i dare : "FLORIDA OR.\XGES"-Ih of and Shipping" *

Elebe he who spares these stones. -iiiil-tjue.: When set on fire it burn= '. shall! make oath: b.-f r.an ,';rc--r: au- :Frederick Jay Bowe.ii. They were ; : special interest to orange: gruw- ("PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING"*

_.( 'eiirs.Vi:: he who move? 1!.:X "ike!; coal ail emits a blacokt! thoriz...d to admiiii-t'[ '.,a'hand! ue masriwl by the Rev. J. T. Boone of : ers. 'I special interest to pineapple I

J .' bones:' There i is no o'-'nr and the :stouti i- f-i 1- -=r-a!. stating: tN' company[ ; : invhich the Flr-c Christian Church in the J
, etas The a-ru-aUng; t'1r'at t.H :r.jy l'Ul:>UI.t-t ti. In the eastern ro.au : !1-.n's:: '; -" I.: I-l':: antia': ;ct' I.f !''ira-: presence' of a few friends anro'a: :. "FLORIDA STRA WBERRiES"- ,"IDEAL FERTILIZERS"-Book.+
,. :. .n' t'''lt'are'- tombstone U.irs. T!::.' : : or rue ct/ir/.y. uorci-nng on :".a'- t.nn! ( t r.:? 't.'rC.: .'. c-iz---'! -. 11 atld t.\es an: : l If it immediacy: iur A sll->- n .."_" T"__, ., _" _" _h_' .
: i jawuKltrl Uu 'inuntuc-, C'al a.i ui Jill t.Tcrent brands, Cl.llal: =} -->
Km- 't h.r.i.have bn tb-? cvi- -i.r.: ::. ar- to :ie tYiuivl b,:!t quant.-: i':,-1.-3: to tV lt"i t.- --!' ti'u': ce..1': .:.ir-ron ar Chicaco. tivation and Jr'ertiCza'ioa.; { ses.; prices. e 7('. ;
: Seven miles r 1-h rhaT.: ;-a\-', of a The at-diliii!: rill }be a srnri-ic! : t')
?: iv''i,'"t a,itauoa: loMy. A fov"ar:: .i- < o: fC'pln clay. He shall :: Y v
,1'. '!.,- 1onrof John Paul ..Tjiosv : v. ,'-t v'f L.--nm1;1! ;t'i: i. a bed of (,")m ,1 s kn,.', offu- tf ,:,-' twO.oldri then:;(::;. !:-.. :.(!ls or D:. Eowv-n. \'. ho o New acid reviit-I edition-: of thf.. abcvr Ji."t; publ'--t-d! !free :or a,-kinsacsaswar..rasc ;. ..

w. t1-: t'O\rHl hinl Elldt'iTl''.'.(11 abirth. ..x:*?.- ul' :iron (-it:l-dl fret thick. In : : with vb'tT. h" I"1"n: ; ,:>d. ort ;Is pr D.cc-r.-; i-'Mally:: : and irorVion! >

ii\o-!..n: In l'ir::=: ami! % !'>- 110:1: : : -.1'; ;places; near I.\nnvi.u-: t'ilr'.y: : ';.> aS'iivlr' ; t.f i!.'-- ,: '; :.' c; a can:? a'ly.; and W.:'I bring to tl.e r;',ji lent& i WILSON & TOOMER i FERiLTIZER MPANY. *

oaok i:1t:1t..> -n 'b-: '.'ml of ILz: ; s cj Duality: uf OK-'):.". niar'.JA: <_x- m nit("'l Confrat: Yd\1ra, or of Jac'.e: ;: a caara.Icg': acctsiiIf. ;:; y JCh.X"ILLE: FL0 \. ;
tk-.oil onsKnt The minerals have been aualy. txod citiz"r.!, of tla er"nty ,
!i and a'.t}. 'm-'i a f< v i b'" i, ji any two
credo it'e m the s.ol t'h'lt th lardy: is very Lands-oc anjaccompliih ; 3f &8N'y4.4 rNN4NN44!t+4S 44Q4C444.4+
j withso be- 1 in good stindirisr in a :: : of citizens
lack number are is :
1 bones that vuv brought as t.a; or a -_ __ __ __.__- __ -'::-=- :... _- ___ _- -_ r
in the it is United Couf\:.;.-ra'e: YttH'I gree of A. B. in 19(4( at Boscobel J7oliege. -
; nv.ich pop r.n-1 ct're-OBY wire com!; iuu-refted: matter ; camp of

probably! not tho hon('s of Jono: :,, they! : hardly probable that the subject will ars.I in Nashville Tenn. Miss Hardyis --THEMorioi I Ii

.' \v 're atvontetl a ceremonial worthy remain uninvestigated longer. The I Section 7. The board of county the daughter of Mr. Thomas WaIter i

3- horo. More recently! Tom Tigers'; phosphate excitement at Culleoka, commissioners of the county in which! Hardy a prominent cotton merchant

boit > have been the subject of much' Buford and other places. has aroused i : the applicant resides shall investigate '. of Memphis, Tenn., and is:: a : Hardware Conpaiy I
in this made under this act and cousin of Dr. James H. Pittman so ) ) )
di::ou,::ion and a bill! was ,the interest of the people section I all claims
well known here. She has been the
of this mineral the application whether ,
friend their resources.
in the legislature by a ; as to I report open '
of St. Lu- I the pension applied for shall guest of Dr. and Mrs. Pittman for HEADQUARTERS -
Seminole chief. Mr. Jones, American Fertilizer. or not ;
cie. to apropriate three hundred dollars -| be granted. j! tbe past few weeks. After July 1st''\ Wire
and authorize too recovery of!| The first thing that the board of: I Section 8. The State Board of(i I Dr. and Mrs. Bowen wil be at home Fencing, .

the bones which had been taken forth j; public works should do after the city, Pensions shall furnish annually suit to their" friends at 10S West Adams I Sash, Doors and Blinds

by Rfournoy and sold to a museum. j acquires the water works is to provide -. able blanks for making sucb reports I IL street I

; So jfccensed were the Indians at the each of the public squares with]L I and shall file applications for pensions I I I Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,
> of their chief i landscape! immediately on receipt of sane. Some Georgia Nuggets. j
viotaNon of the grave I water and then employ a I I Ii .
1 that there were threats of outbreak ; gardener to beautify them. Watei rj I Section 9. All sums required for The rainbow is alright in its way, Mill and Mining Supplies,
i but it is cold consolation to a fellow
: and steps were taken to secure the re-i must be provided first. however'j j the payment of pensions to applicants I I
who caught in a storm. Turpentine Snpplies
turn of the bones. Flournoy has written I Pensacola Journal.WANTEDStudent. i under the provisions of this act shall gets ,
.1 There be "books in the run
i that the bones would be shipped ; 'I be paid by warrants drawn by thee I Ii I may Tools! j
Improved Farming
i ning brooks, but some people don'tknow
1 back and the bill has been withdrawn. j nurses to tak comptroller on the treasurer of the
Now comes Mr. A. M. Taylor of J I training course in Marion Count]r I state in favor of the applicant for the i much about diving. GET OUR PRICES
f"' : if-; Augustine with a bill prodding Hospital Appliaction blanks fur.. I I sum which be or she may be entiitled The man who wants gold has got to:.

1' for the creation of a commission authorized !nished on request by writing lout of any monies of the treasury of dig for it, but the trouble is some I

to locate the bones of Poncede I DR. W. V. NEW SOM, 'i the state not otherwise appropriated. people can't afford a pick and shovel.1F. .I Marion Hardware Companyr' ,
L. S. in Atlanta Constitution.
Leon and to arrange it possible for i I 510lm. Ocala, Fla. i Section 10. The county cosiznls-

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"". To the DIP i i" n Chapter of the U. D I AND FURNISHEDIT I The hard rock region is still a lULLQTS / 41P'I

.. 1 V.c: oL.. Martinot.!
: C. ; :
i, Perhaps the most unique marriage I; :, scene of great activity, with the price :: ..,
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'" announcement ever published was :'at a figure it has not reached for .... t ;''
, Where is n:) : t'-: gallant army I I I' Mrs. Newlywed was continually EReP.ES /,/, ;:r. ;c..r2v y
.,;' _- ,.; that of Mr. James Gordon Bennett, : years. The limit must be reached .:..... .
.... I remember .jn? ago- I i planning ways to make her simpleilittle ( i t t.. lJf.p .
o Seated 'rouaJ the old camp fire the founder of the New York Herald t ; shortly I if not already attained. Present :\!\ : j EXPRESS
home more attractive and
comfortable -
t' ; While the s-ntis:: come and go I and father of the Herald's present j i i prices have induced many prospectors .Io '. I ''" r4-J 1 PREPAID
i i
and she wanted ,'
an outdoor
h. Through the .-u .::ner's balmy evening, owner James Gordon Bennett, the i to enter the field. Properties ... ;/1.fl"'C'.J Y )'i A -
. living room or veranda, so furnished T\ lj
.i In their t nfc.5: of gray 9QWT tJ'tr.i5-"f >
second who recently, in his yacht, ; which have been examined )previously ":-t=;2h'
: They hafor ad a fairer region that it could be used for this pur I
$ & f*
& & *
.' Lysistrata, cruised these waters on a and turned down on account'of & / '
Far away far away. $900: 5 >' .'. ,
:' I \: v Ti V '
. and visited Miami pose.A insufficient quantity, or rock that _:. ?ws r A .<: L'I '"
:!> the Lee fishing expedition, Summer Spent at Bar HarborA I. __ .. >,.... ':"\. >_"><_:"i..-..":.;.-... .
Z Some have gallant .
\ { jo.-.ed !would hardly come grade, have >"? ,<.> :! ', :
up _
This announcement was published in .. ......... "" :-.l". ... -"' r'., .
there, summer spent at Bar Harbor had !'been further examined and accepted. -- j""l:: ''' -.. ,
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',". r' .,,' In the land bs-yond the sky, the Herald, June 1, 1840: permitted her to observe the way people j The phosphate department of the '-, .i'=...Ir.\"' }..,f :\1\rl :( < .\ .,,I", I; I z

. TVhere the \Uu'eall' are ended "To the Readers of the Herald-Dec of wealth and leisure furnishedand 'I''' : \!> ""(([} ,I'. I
.Cummer Lumber Co. has recent'placed !\ 'r r
'Sl't rl
i! ,' ; ;;.;...... <, r
:::: And the heroes never dIef laration of Love-Caught at Last- used the verandas of their sum I' an order for another plant i l''the Il i ,'' : \" FOR

; Some have joined the deathless army Going be Married-New Move- mer homes, and she had stored t.J W't'l'1
to ;
: up r""fi3-"':'.' ;; in'-
(I'Xewberrdistrict. This will give D' ...... 1JI. :r/, ,t...<,,.,"" ...>...... "
" In their uniforms of gray, ment in Civilization."I many suggestions for comfort and them! fire active plants in this dis- ;:.r... ..a..;....;.Q.-. ,ro'(7---, "'! .'-; ."'t.-_'.. .:"J.J PI229.kCOMPANY
,= :
.. Some have found a fairer region prettiness that would be -
am going to be married in a few quite as> ;itrict. C. S. Cullen is opening up a ;

-. '", Far away far away. days. The weather is so beautiful practical for her little! house as for :new deposit, is erecting a washer at

1-;:: 'There are still l some few remaining times are getting so good-the pros- their large ones. Fort White, and has a new dredge ( CHAS BLUM & ,
of political and moral reformsso The Position cf the Room
/' To remind us ot the past, pects i I nearly ready to commence operations'at

1 Of the blood stained field of battle auspicious that I cannot resist the Except for a small porch at the entrance -t! Bay City. Jacksonville Fla.me .

o And the canon's fiery blast .- divine instincts of honest nature any to the house, and the tiny!| In addition to their recent pur- ,

As they answer to the roster longer; so I am going to be marriedto square balcony above it there was no t[ chases in the pebble belt, it is reported .

',- >: Every head is crowned with gray, one of the most splendid womenin veranda room on Mrs. Newlywed's1 I that P. B. & R. S. Bradley I

,,; They will soon be with their comradesFar intellect, in heart, in soul, in prop- house, so she planned to have one i have again entered the hard rock re

k' r' a :: away far away. erty, in person, in manner, that I have made that should answer her requirements gion. They are contemplating the : I VE R 8i MAGKY

"' Ocala, Florida, June 2, 19u7. yet seen in the course of my interest at the least possible expense. erection of a further plant on their

ing pilgrimage through human life. The house was square and she want- Floral City property, from which has !

"'" PROPOSED STATUE TO THE ELDER "I cannot stop in my career. I must ed the outdoor room placed on the :been mined many thousands of tons :
MALLORY.At fulfill that awful destiny which thmighty e southeast corner, where it would adjoin '!|of very high-grade rock. This latter I FURNITURE
r .-\ Father has written againstmy the dining and living rooms.A undertaking is a dredge proposition I -- ,---- ----- -'-- -'

the request of many veterans, name in the broad letters of life, Wide, Roomy Structure (It' The Sounders Phosphate Co. have : WE CARRY EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF

Mr.: McKenzie has introduced a bill against the wall of Heaven. I must She desired a wide roomy veranda';commenced operations at Hernando. '
House I Parlor Suits
for a legislative appropriation for the give the world a pattern of happy that would serve not only as sitting' and as soon as their spur track is Furnishings

; erection of a statute to the memoryof wedded life, with all the charities I. room but as an outdoor breakfast or ;j completed will be ready to ship. Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered ;:,,a Reed

Stephen R. Mallory to be placedin that spring from a nuptial love. I dining room when sultry weather I l Last month fire caused the loss of
Room Suits
Statuary Hall m the National Cap- made this desirable. A permanent I! one of the Dutton works, near l ew- i; Bed Room Suits Dining
"In a few days I will be married according -
Itol, and it gives us pleasure to know to the holy rites of the most roof, 16 feet wide, would have taken j berry. It is not definitely known i In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds-Mohogany and Oak.

that the measure has received favorable away all sunlight from her rooms, sol I! whether this plant will be rebuilt.- Me, and .
Catholic church to of the II
holy one I r China ond l.
report. she had an uncovered platform of The American Fertilizer. i Crockery
most remarkable, accomplished and I
As a senator in the Congress of the that width made, with a tent-like awning I : MlSSlOn Furniture Complete line-Dinner Sets and
beautiful of the
young women age.
United States, as Secretary of the She possesses a fortune. I sought I of striped canvass for a covering. i Lincoln's Dislike of SumnerI !I In all the different finishes I Odd Pieces

navy of the Confederacy, as a lawyers r, This was not only pretty but practical have spoken of an to''I
and found a fortune-a very large I
a citizen and a man, Mr. Mallory for it was so arrenged that Jt
C' fortune. I the rule of the presidents freedom

>, lived a life which shed lustreupon 4I I II could easily be rolled up flat against from i All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens Lace Curtains Portiers ..,.
"She has in his
his state, and which is well 1 no Stonington shares or the house, and taken down altogether personal feeling relation j I :
worthy the emulation of her children. .I Manhattan stock, but in purity and when cold weather came to the public men of the time. That 1 and Upholstering Goods

Stephen Mallory was a gentleman I uprighteousness she is worth half a It was, besides, much less costly exception was Charles Sumner. It is l I,I
i million of coin. I;i Heaters Ranges Cook Stoves
Can swindling
of the old South of unblemishedcharacter. pure any than
; a wooden roof and those who i I
a curious fact that a man who i!Ii
lie served his state faith i bank show as much? In good knew this young woman knew that i Full Line of L'v.tlHlate Picture, framed and unframed, and Picture -

fully and well, especially as her representative I i I sense and elegance, another half a :' she carefully considered her house- one of the leaders in the party which !I II I J Mouldings. Full stock of

-I!I million; in soul, mind and beauty, had twice chosen Mr. Lincoln to be .
in the ante-bellum national
f { hold expenditures, feeling that she
; senate, in which body bis knowledge i 1,: millions on millions equal to the;,land' her husband must build for the I president, who was an exponent of Farm and Turpentine \Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles

of maritime matters him whole specie of all the rotten banks:\ i
placed future. the
: I belief which determined the most Exclusive sale of the best
: I wagon on earth the Studebaker.
in the whole world.
at the head of the committee on naval ;| Window Boxes I momentous action in Mr. Lincoln's ca- And carry t.e! very best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriages.

: affairs. With !loyalty to his state, "Happily, the patronage of the pubs j reer-the emancipation of the slaves! :
i Along the top of the simple rail-
when she seceded, he resinned hi II j i lie to the Herald is nearly twentyfivethousand I> should have been the only man, #o :
I ing that enclosed the veranda, boxes
. i
> senatorial seat, and upon the forma dollars per annum-almost !' far as my knowledge gees, to obta:n Brick Lime
I made and filled Cement Plaster
were with earth. ,
, .. tion of the Conferate states was i equal to the president's salary. But 1 These were gay with scarlet geran the president's bitter di like. I B u I lid"nl k I Hair, Lath, Shil1 leB.. Paints ondMaterial

.: : T made secretary of the navy, and was I property in the world's goods was nev- I Senator Sumner was a fine looking -J -,
I lams and nasturtiums, easily grown,
": t the only cabinet officer who held the, er my: object. Fame, public good usefulness man. His presence was tall and I Hintkote Roofing, '
an dthat last wel through the season Oils
:same position throughout the existence in my day and generation-
he yell
commanding was groomed, White
j' Splint arm chairs that were comfor- ; Lead, Varnishes, Etc. {
l ,. of that government. His abili- the religious associates of female exj j even exquisite in his appointments. -
:; table and cheap constituted the Wall Paper. Alabastine and Magnite Wall
, ties, under his great chief were most cellence-the progress of true industry -! He affected the English type in his
greater part of the furniture. 11 aril rite im a trial. t.'e trill! "
t! :', wonderfully displayed.! Without ai" I -these have been my dreams by j, The Floor Covering I clothes, wearing large checks and ; not be undersold] and will }ple tr..nclver : /.

ship at the organization of the Confederacy '| night and my desires by day. 1 I plaids and was fond of displaying;
For the floor
covering Mrs. Newlywed &
'J :. with but few and imperfect | "In the new and holy condition into white spots-which were not at Msckay.
bought several Crex rugs, of ... ,___ ... .. .
factories and appliances, he constructed -- --- .w -- .' .... ..
i' which I about to often -- -
am enter and seen
to : the same material as the carpet that upon our statpsmtiHe =:::I
vessels \\h'.ch: : revolutionized nasal enter with the same reverential feel- was a friend of the Chases
: : palI ;-
she: had used inside for the balls and
J, warfare, and commissioned ships I ings as I would Heaven itself, I an- ticularly warm friend of Bate OIBM' 0 ts
stairs. These she
I knew would stand I
which drove the enemy's commerce i I ticipate some signal changes in my Sprague, who sympathizedvith! hiI'' I Iri
: hard DIRECT
wear excellently while they FROM OUR
r from the high -eas. The fortunesof : feelings in my views, in my purpos- ; in his matrimonial difficult! !''- fit. rih DISTillERYWILLOW
I j would not be injured if a sudden
war retired him! to private life, and 1 : es, in my pursuits. What they may j i shower should drench them, but was also, curiously enougl:, m \ :..\\' i

. ,. he died honored and respected, not !!i he I know not; time alone can tell. 1 would out of his relationship, both to tin- t'Lt'es '! ; if
l come good when
only by th people of Florida. but by | My ardent desire has been through dried. and to Mr. Lincoln, a tn-iul of .Mi-:

the entire South. '. | life to reach the highest order of hu- I A Kitchen Settle Lincoln. Not only was lit pn:>
;. Yes by all means, give him a place! I I man excellence by the shortest pos- state receptions and duin.'rs.: r
" i the noblest of our great men, I A kitchen settle of the kind that
f among | sible cut. Associated night and day, lof course, would argue iioiiiuiui I. !' ;.r *
for he was one of them and easily the i can be made into a table with the re- s
in sickness and in health Mrs. Lincoln's M
j I in war and I the was e*curt :-t I'K!
- I peer of any. Let not the appropria l moval of a couple of pegs, was stain- &W
, i! in peace, with a woman of the high- 1 second inaugural ball-t>-i>. uui: ; invited *t flf
t: non be stinted, but make it sufficient L est order of excellence ed green and supplied with a cushioned he told !" ftiwtfif l1. .
must produce a friend! .> :M t. I in;- 'i:5
for his the best in the j i seat and many pillows of striped ,
t statue to honor "
some curious results in my heart and j coin; and he was a memSt-r! w.Mi! ;"u' I ,
+ f galaxy of bright, particular stars. |I feelings and these results the future j cretonne. The same material was ator and Mrs. Harlem, the f ,in:i.' t 11;' r $ r r -v
I' used for cushioning two three low
Palatka Times-H rald.t or :
r <<:
I will develop in due time in the columns ther-in-law and mother-in-a\\! oiio: '> ; : ,
j i rockers, and several semi-circular y
i of the Herald. | 6rt Lincoln, of th. gapan.. \\ 11t''1
f t *I. Adams! RssO'urceful j I I, baskets were tied to the arms of|
i i "Meantime I return my heartfelt ,, frs. Lincoln brought d]')'. :> n (';tI i 3' EXPRESS

f According to all reports this week; :j thanks: for the enthusiastic patronage I j'i chairs or tacked against the house to I I Point after the fall!! of Ricln.i. i ij 4 7J ri'C

,. f should bring about the positive announcements ,, of the public, both in Europe and in : hold books, papers, and various odds j j 1- Whatever were his nmn-N i',,>II'i i.i QTS..ImZ
I i and ends. j 3 PREPAID
of several candidates1for !j America. The holy estate of wedlock i I lifelike of Sumnci, the 1 pn.i i>nn' d.J l
I I I The box in the lower of the !
!' political office. It has been repeatedly i will only increase my desire to'jbe !'! part jnot i interfere in U.t friend-hip of :\1-1I Send us you
stated that before the legislature' 1 i more useful. God Almightbll's r; settle was utilized for similar purposes -i[I Lincoln for Surlll.r, nor UKa i! : '!!!:; .1: j ca-e with no in.irks to she./! ,. counts: four.full
!I' I!i and two or three smal tables = qu ,trig of WILLO// DALE RYE ress :
L adjourned several gentlemen would I'I ,
all. nrep.i',1.
you lion which the Maachus'tfa' i:' -. Tn' xI}
I'I'i I were useful when afternoon i s f it and if yon don't find it
t' tea > all
on and
for United States'senator kd n-ht then
announce 1 i '
governor .
I "James Gordon Bennett: publicly! testify" to :Mrs! Linco'i- i 1"< ,(: 1 in>t. son ever tasted, send
I evening refreshment it back to us at our eIK \-
t.' congressman and other oft I i I was served. i Sly I brilliant mind it ::W"nj, 'u< iiibren \ .' # 'use' and .\our $.3 will be promptly refunded.

r flees to be filled by the people in the !! Another '"Coming" Section !> A Pronounced Success i, entirely personal to li.ni-':i i. i MI t that a fair offer?
I "
primary elections of next year Vp |, Dr. C. H. Smith left Thursday for ,,i "The Xewlywed's Tent," attheir The antipathy wa:: none Ui.- !<. in ;i' !t.' -. -\ in,m Remember us we the are distillers, so when you buy

f to this good moment no positive announcement Tallahassee. After a few days there J: friends called it, was a pronounced : ten e. It has never bun fh-f'n-i! : ] .1 I thV f .t t. erg and at you oid save all chance enormous of profits of the deal-

r. has been forthcoming the doctor will go to New York, I I success and many were the pleasant ;I that Mr. Lincoln Aunt to thr 1 imirm'of ; ';:f "'" :!", s-.re of getting our whiskey adulteration just as it comet You: from are

t. from any gentleman though is is generally 'where he goes in the interest of his I I I informal functions held under its !' refusing Mr. Sumner arlmi"j'lll M. I I .. -I'1'. I: our'.custilleiy, WIthout being tampered+l with in any

f conceded i'iat: Frank Adams.j j railroad from the East Coast to the I Ii ;sheltering: canvas from the "camp I this home. The president inmutiiJElphonso l ''I i I IfflL' l'llf' t 'If' you prefer voV 1I
v t of Hamilton c.uratv, is to all intentsr j i i i West Coast. Dr. Smith does not ta.i party"; given for a nephew of ten Dunn who was on Uu'in >";. t.ii' ., W ft1rfIlJl .whiskey SI,'1CLAiR'SG01ttl we will send f fI

c and! purposes rigs: now a candidatei !. much, and would not say much, but tears to the dainty afternoon tea J the corridor on that occasion, nut toi '1r 1.'f [\1; fir thH1SKtYf S2.80expressPrepail., .'t
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i for the place now held by SenatorMallor 'i| he never lets go. Like: General Gil- when the grandmother of the hostess t!i allow Charles PumnT to < im r ih.I ,,i-- (, .#...'"JUl.:jir.. bur a ,hotter corn whIskey from anybody else at 1.1_

( > If this be true, and we have I i christ, who kept at it till he is getting poured" and added much to the I! White House This is a nlaq.)1 i. : I, any Our Price.guarantee of .-J _TI'

i"::' no reason to doub it, it may be safely 'a railroad to Boca Grande, the doctor I pleasure by the gracious charm Of''''my l : personal know c'de. It mu-r !bat e &, refunded KOCS with ever perfect}, shipment satisfaction or 1.1Iey.ilJlJlt'V
ne make.
-f'' l'taJ. '
r said that the race for that important will yet live to see his railroad from her presence. '' been a serious offense wh.c'i: loi'-1;) I ': i V'I run no risk when YOU deal with US aS the
t'' owuec:;
t office will be full of ginger, spice the East Coast. Mark our word; this ELEANOR FRANKS.Algerian : I II I have induced so cliaruaiilt,: a nan:: -" Siff .. ,<'TilI\j'! \,, 'It'tI of ilI.d111 our company do ha resources of a million dol1ar:;

: and pepper Mr. Adams-whate\"er!iis the coming part of Florida, and I ;fined with kindness as was P>" -:d i i. :v Y{ MACON j l1f-Jnl 3A) 'I exactly as we !>aV..

else may bt> said about him-is a 11'I more than one line of railroad will I Phosphates. !!Lincoln to take measures aj-p.m; 'M.!;:,' 14tttirJ'D: ,, *. ...;q-: : THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO.,

: man of wonderful energy and boundless stretch !i iL'Eagrais 'so e T Ye MACON, GA.
: across the peninsula. -- se'l're.lliam H. Cook in liar- ( Owners of Regutered
resource, and if he concludes 1 | Here's Paris: .i + Distillery No 29", Swift Creek Ga.
j success to the citizen who never i regarding the outlook per's Monthly.There .

that the senatorial' toga would be becoming :< gives up. Just such men as he is ; for the Algerian Phosphate companies !' -.... -

to his rotund form you maybe II have put us where we are, and will! i it remarks that the markets for!i j is good in the Ocala Banner. '- -, --
sure he will spare no effort in securing continue to J these phosphates is with much
work till our future will i very firm I good, but aside from that ther ;

it.-Madison Xew Enterprise.For 'i| surprise the most sanguine.-DeSoto i some little hesitation on the pan of i' is a charm about that excellent pa- ,' L. E. f'r.:

iI I County News. buyers in Germany and Great Britain. per that places it in a class by itself i ANNOUNCEjENTr .
r F Sale-Dr, Marean's Liver Pills I The I
I demand for these phosphates I When ont takes up a copy of the ,

t. made from Dr, Marean's private foi rTea at the Armory This Afternoon. I form other countries is considerable, Banner, one has no idea what will We have just
I lie
i i mula; have been tested for twenty 1- At the armory this afternoon and the market exhibits much ani | meet his eye, for the editor has a way s A. Standley & Comp ranfp pose son b and harness business' of Iessr..

{ five years; purely vegetable. Sent from 4:30 to 7 o'clock a silver tea mation. The Gafsa companies are' of his own. The state may be divided thing that is needful to make it add to the stock ot goods every. '

postpaid on receipt of price. 25 cts. a will be given under the auspices of very busy. and will have all they can !ion' a dozen subjects half the press the word. We are agents for several aCOa1PLETELICE or the best Farm in i every sense of t,/

f box Address, the Home Mission Society of the do to supply the demand for years to may condemn the first six and favor ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these Wagons on the market .

.. Mrs. Beatrice Marean, f Methodist church. A musical program j come. The Gafsa phosphates are I the last and vice versa, but not the of vehicles eIther of which we stand ready to we fUlly handle a great va.riety -

1C East Belmont St. consisting of vocal, piano, violin highly valued, and the demand for( Banner; there you find. indeed :High Grade Buggies guu: ntce. ,

Pensacola, Fla.; and cornet solos will be given. them is most active. strange bedfellows, for the editor Serviceable \ :.. '
Unexcelled Carriages
<::-\ Refreshments will be served. Everybody Kalaa-Djeida has found, in generaly takes three from each list Wagons, Harness {

A lumber company capitaized at is cordially invited. The ladies and in Italy/ Lap K
Germany, a demannd /and favors them and gets cussed by Robes Etc Etc

$400,000 has been organized in Jack are making a special effort to product that surpasses the ability of both sides.-orlando Democrat.Here's Turpentine ,
sonville. John J. Upchnrch is president i make this Wagons (
tea an unusually delightful the companies to embark. This ; a Specialty.

{ and George L. Drew, secretary one. I phosphate is also We are Always Position to Meet th
very highly esteemed the latest version, handed e Prices of
; and treasurer. Building and equipments and if the means for shipment by oat I by a well meaning person: We are Sole Agents for the Legitimate Compet":"" .1

costing $1 5OOO :will be erect The New York World says that rail can be celebrated White Hsckorv i developed the Turpentine
companies "Mary had a little lamb, and Farm Y .i-ft
ed. ninety-one years the winter
ago continued working these deposits will have before 'Twas good beyond a question.
iJ ;;
all through the
The TampaGas Co. is going to issue summer them aer roseate future. Mary had a little more;
months, and that December was milder Translated for the Knight & :
one million dollars worth of bonds. than July or August. izer. American Fertil- It gave her indigestion Lang

-Tampa Times.
rSuccessorato ,
Standley and Co.)

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j ji I! Miss Alice Bullock has gone to Macon He thrashed a Pupil. MRS. CARNEY AND 1
MRS. MIMMS Our < >
i| Ga., where she will spend three i exp r Merganthaler linotype Drs. C. W. and Eaton G. Lindner off
There had : in Bronson ENTERTAIN. |
prung quifea ;
is still ie-
operator oed
i weeks nursing a ma- Anthony, in
MPNPAY.F1SHEL'S as the guest of her cousin little were Ocala yesterday.
( Miss Lillian sensation, according to a current :i !ignant case of mum us. antI i.
Wright. Mrs. E. L. Carney and her sister
number of the Levy I
is Judge
paper Alexander
I gotten out by those: woo Wynne, one of our
Decor being caused by the arrest of :\Irs. Beana Wilson Minims, of Tren- I have but a recent introduction!
to the
popular suburban
)lr. C. H. Gamsby is at home from officials, was in
]Prof. E. T. Wetter principal of the ;j I I ton, Ky., were tbe hostesses at a Mergamhaler machine and are in no l
;, bis"isit to his son at Talladega Ala. ]Bronson school for yesterday with business before
1 chastening the soo ilvery 1! pleasant party yesterday after I'no way experienced machinists. The

: Miss Louise Gamsby went up to Jack of W. A. Stringer, one of the patrons '; noon at the home of Mrs. Carney. I old man" is continuously on duty the: county commissioners and other

| -oaville to meet her father and r e- of the I courthouse officials. He has a
5 AND lOc STORE school. i!;.3:\lr :Minims will return home very nineteen hours straight and the balance great
turned with him. many friends in Ocala and
I This arrest occurred a few day s i |; shortly and this party was in the nature of the force twenty-two with no out the througK- 1

I 1 prior to closing of the school. the warrant : of a farewell compliment to her. intermissions except for quick lunch county.
I Mrs. Beatrice Marean, who since !'
having been sworn out at the in special friends who have entertainedher and cold water refreshments, but Mrs. Hundley tendered her
death of her -
husband and has \
GLASSWAREt ade her home with her daughter i ini stigation of Mr. Stringer. during her visit in Ocala. I they are inspired with the determination class a masquerade party at Y ong(' shall
The defendant stated that he did Mrs. Carney and Mrs. Minnas to
i Pensacola, has to Iowa mete get out the "oidest paper i in i last nighr. The little folks haJ
gone to spend
not believe he could get justice in th their guests at the front door and the Florida" if it takes twenty-four hoursto ie follies'irae! :; of their lives aiul forseeal
summer with relatives.
In Octo-
Bowls 1 court of Leand upon his petition recieving line included Mrs. Edward make the connection. If you will 1 ho' ..- merriment reigned
her suI -
she r
expect to go to California for I
1 through his attorney, the case has Holder Mrs. E. II. Mote take the '
; I Mrs. J. n.I trouble to do a little counting p: 'Pit

Cake Dishes i; several months. i ij been transferred to Alachua county, I Ella Hamilton, who is the guest of you will find that there are more I -. -- --- -
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iI and the hearing will come in JudgeMason's her sister :Mrs. L. J. than dozen -
I Mr. I. I Knight, and Miss a machine set columns
Water j Lehman a "knight' the :
Pitchers I office on too third Monday Brewer who is visiting Mrs. E. M. besides several columns of
i I'I' gOne rip, who visited Ocala long before display
I The
in June..
'I': it was called the "brick city;' and indeed Howard. These ladies recieved the advertisements. The ant and the bee, Marion

Pinnell & Son represent the prosecution ;: guests in the parlor after which they since the flood pointed out as the
even before there brick
i chimney! in the city. was was registered a while the destinies of the defendant .I' were served to punch by Mr*., Charles of industry', could learn lessons I Dunnellon's In-n Hotel.

t 5 cents : at the Ocala House yesterday and still? have been entrusted to Attorney I \-. :Miller and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer. along this line by making a visitation t

; J. A. .Williams. The other ladies DUNNELLON
rf tains his youthful appearance. Hei I assisting the hostesses to Ocala Banner office any FLORIDA -

i i is The outcome of the case will be were Mrs. Austin, ,:Mrs. H. L. time day or night and would go away I
i now traveling fora Cim inaati y
each to a customerM. ;,! Louse.Mrs.. watched with a great deal of interesta !!!' Anderson :Mrs. Bittinger, Mrs. Abe smarting under the belief that afterall

a similar case occurred in thisI Brown Mrs.< Jake Brown these Rates 81.50 S
I 'I Mrs. Fishel. ages they themselves are to >.JO per day,

FISHEL I count; about three yars ago. Mrs. Hocker, Mrs. Duval, :Mrs. Sto- sluggards.
Rentz and
(I i The char entered against Prof.'tH.r Mrs.: Clarence Camp, Mrs. Bur- Under New Ianagement
Wednt'.5.lay for S.jainjeze. n-b'-r I
--- --- j "j': \\". is that of assault:: and battens.Nall and Mrs. Gary- Mr. and Mrs. Will Marlowe and I Refurnished Throughout.
1 they will occupy the Berry cottage for'tfie ,I
ADDITIONAL LOCAL : Cainesville Sun. { There were about forty ladies present baby have gone to Seabreeze to spend.
t mouth.
summer: They will Ljoined
I J I I and they were entertained on the a couple of weeks at that delightful Porter Sleets all Trains
later ly; Mr( R.'ntz and sons.
Mr! rii&'ord L. And .->u: las come I i Mr. Robert Thagard Married.Tl.e trout veranda The first pleasure of resort.. -
and ;!I'R. R:>ntz \\.11; have as guM.. I
up i i'om the mines at HolJ ito join for I Ocala:: friends of Mr. Robert the afternoon was a "cont'et satiol 1 We Solicit a share of the public
'I a portion of Miinrner; Rev. am! I I
l.i- v:;lfi' and little son in this city. Mrs.. R. A*. Atki.t.i, on. I Thagard will !IJ,' surprised to learn of teature." The ladies were given Pains in Colic the and Diarrhoea. patronage.

I his wedding!: which! took place on Sun,,'Beards with thirty -one subjects abouthick t arrhoea are quickly stomach{ relieved colic and by the di-I) .

Mr and Mrs. J. S. Hooper returned Misses Edna and Ruth Nelson anJ! d'y::: afternoou. The groom is the '\ they were to spend a few moments use of Chamberlain's! Colic Cholera I! Mrs. Kilpatrick
!IOIIH' Monday morning from a vi&it 'jofi\! son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. That in discussing.. After this a and Diarrhoea: RC'Ill'I tlr.' For sale ball ,i' ,

ill' Jacksonville! and other points. I I Jacksnville Master Robert Wednesday Nelson went to tip:spend to I arl, of this CM\', but for several years ,l "Teddy Bear" contest amused the urucsist-;: ; I I I I Dunnellon Fla.

I I{ has made his home nee/ Reddick. I guest These popular little animals -- .
several -
days with relative- They will I --- =
.In; u-ii Robinson has returned to ; j On Sunday afternoon his marriageto were made from chewing gum and -- -- 30'
be joined next week !r.: Mr s. NeVon: I
cala> : from a visit to his parents in | i I :Miss Lula Thomas, a very pretty the prize, a bouquet of lovely roses i 4444444444444444$40..4+.444.............. ..N40't }
and the rest of tbe!: children and the: y
Tailpas: II and: attractive young girl, took placeat was won by Mrs. Duval while
will go to Stabiveze to spend the ll's'l
four o'clock? : at the home of the Hamilton recieved honorable m
i next four monthafter which they i
f Accounts I
J1 r. Thomas, who is going to make will go to Tampa too make their future brides parents near Reddick. Too A cracker eating contest was next indulged i' Adding ew !

Ocala! his home has the prettiest pairof home. ceremony was performed by the Re\'. in which kept the guest I" 4

white ponies .we have ever seen. Cunningham of Reddick and was busy for a few moments. *

Thc\ certainly are beauties. Mr. T. A. 1 witnessed by the fauiilies of the During the afternoon Mrs. :Minnie ** vie I '
Lanier a former Gad s- are constantly adding new accounts -
young couple and a few intimate Stovall Jean Austin and Elizabeth
den *
county man, but who now lives I i

WANTED-To buy a farm. near in New York city, was among thetra"eling friends. The wedding was very quiet Newsom Ilayed"E.'r delightfully on and our business is increasing at :

Ocala or Delleview. Give descriptionaand and simple but was nevertheless a the piano.
salesmen registered at the
ash price. Address, Geo. L.. After the pleasant! contests were i
and interesting one.
Ocala House restel'dar.11'. Lanieris a very satisfactory rate. Possibly also
Clemens R. F. D. 4 1, Tampa Fla. Mr. and :\11'-. Thagard will reside I ended delicious ice cream and cake you
a friend of the editor of this paperof

"auld lang syne" and has been with Mbs Ellen Huggins, a very dear was served by Misses Louise Scott : might be glad to join us. <$ & j

Mr. Henry C. Stevens of High coming to Ocala for the past thirty friend of the Thagard family having Mamie Taylor Mattie Williams. Lillian .

Spruits spent Sunday in Ocala with f'aredlr5.. Thagard. Thagard. May Turnley and Grace .
years or more. He still owns the olcj 1 .
his: parents. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stev- I The Ocala Banner extends its con Harebell.o I

(ens homestead in Gad (lea and says the and wishes The ladies who enjoyed the ho-pi-i!
?ratulatioas very good t
whole face of the: country In that action I I COfAMERCIAL BANK
of )1
1- has the young couple and hopes that their tality rs. Carney anti11'1 I i
entirely chanced and hioid,
lienry Raysor returned ho me married life will! be a long and happy Mimms are indebted to them for a i icharmingly ,
Sunday afternoon from a fortnilt t home I one of the finet place- !in the! I ] delightful afternoon. I

visit with friends at Denmark S. C. county, is now worth anywhere 1 between one. : .I) OCALA, FLfl.y i
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thirty and fifty thousand dol; lj
He returned entirely alone. lars. That the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Gates Mrs. J. W. Crosby Gives Picnic at --I4.4. ... .+.... .$$.+......................
people are grWi : j jI 1 I Sil.l
hr !.-i.e returned home from their visit ver prlngs.Mrs. t:r
rich on tobacco and the i-ig prices tl -- -
Mr. Sandford '
Dirdsey. who has lands to Richmond, Va. here they often d- : J: W. Crosby gave an all day
are bringing have
seem to (OUk
b\ !l nuking his home in Honduras to stay. r-d the! annual Confederate Reunion picnic at Silver Springs yesterday: for I d-. -.... ='- ..... ...
u,' years, arrived in OcalaWednesday and the Jef! ::'son Davis memorial ser- her guests Mrs. Dean of Plant City. r.t.. ln: '5

for a visit with friends Dr. and Mrs. Van H. G\vinn end ices and have ;.u''Pfl on our table a Mrs. Crosby of Martin, and Miss '\1' r d... tt if': (#1e'
and ivlathes.! ..f,1
t. Mrs. GwInn's mother, :Mrb. Sheldon niece of the veiling ut !Jha monument Barnes, of Baxley, Ga. The others ,. Di '

-- Stringer of Brooks;'ille.! pas.-ed thro' .>f Pre-ident, Davis and General J. E in the party were Rev. and Mrs C. C. ----..-.. -.- -. '/ ."' .. .
The '
melons ( -- :, "
are now b*'t'i ning to > -
B. Smart. The veiling! were cut up Carroll and daughter Misses Ethel ': ? :; "lI'o."
Ocala Thursday afternoon > .
their \ '
How in and in little while on : .t"
a +ill > .
cheap enough for the bourgeois*get to way to Richmond Va., to uu-nd t..ei I into small piece: and were taken I Crosby, Victoria Raysor, Louise Harris '1fjY ;: : :: ;: c ,;: \1;
indulge in the taste of one for Siifctlay. Confederate reunion and the un\oi'' 1 .. say as T'l.ivcnirby: those who.wereilr and Jean Teague. They drove : ""

.. ing ceremonies of the Jefferson Da\is i ,uuate enorgh to secure pieces of out early in the morning and irniain- .Y'I 1'i.I 4 Ii(,

monument. Mrs. Stringer is one of the same. )Ir. Gates also has gill v- ed until dark. They spent n.or of i / ,'!:. ',' { "k
I II J. st:/ kSp<
I : us a clover! blossoom which he the day on the river fishing and were / t 11\ / cf
the most .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith have prominent "Daughters" in r'l / / : .of.'t '.. ," '.. t Y
/ lJ \ n,.. ..":<: ...
famous r.
plucked near the cratered in
successful. At tht '
quite '
noon enjoyed -
: >
gone to housekeeping in the little Florid, eing the state president of ',. : -: J.oI" (J

Dorsey cottage next to the residenceof the Unite-I Daughters of the Con front of Petergburg, which history a big fish fry and a fine pu-nic ; 10""t! 1. ./1 rll'/y. ,

Mr. M. Fishel, between Ft. King erac '. After the reunion they will records as furnishing the most thrilling dinner. iJ.t' tf. ';\ '::.{['' .1-" '' '_ },., ..-----L f. 0"
and icklawaha Avenues. take the James river trip to ;Norfolk ; episode connected with the civil During the day they went down to .r" ';1'.s.; : .. } 'fj -v.' o4.j""'1 :. .r. "'I'"1 S3i

I and Portsmouth for a few days war. Grant it will! be remembered, Connor and visited Mr. Pat Ran aU's .
i i.xr. -"'vaat.. Af* *f'f fsiSJf,'::-f1"y .$ .. ,
Mr. Ed dug his famous tunnel 1 in order to grove. The still has | :i\--:=c__... '- _.. '''' '
Carmichael and will grow 'r
visit the /J
and :
family!( J.imestoivn Expoti-i ; quite a \;\,. x j i <-- 5gi-zZ.,- ,-;:"" _cts_ r '''''' "\.\i...j.. 7- .I, ""f-." \
'AIbegun break through the ifi"* of the Confederates number of grapefruit and i\:': :': -= 'b \
moving into their new tion. Mrs. Stringer wi'! then return oranges ,,: 6.z.. -- f 1 'Y .0. .

,}.. and enter PeteiVmrg, and and the Mr. ;:.:. ':":. ;; ...... -.... ""'..? 0>-
ante on Ft. King Ave. This residenceis home and Dr. and Mrs. Gwiun will genial Randall gate there fi"" \,\ ':':::-- ;:" "" C"i .. (/1' l .J .

now nearly completed aud is one of go to the former's old home %t Huntington when the unsuspecting( troops ice I visitors as many as they wi-lud. Altogether ".r'I" aA'y'" ...,) 'IJ... I / m
the most beautiful places in the city. W. Va., for the sum,{'r.I guarding the fateful city and dole: g the day was a splendid one 5 t-tet-'j., -4E'SAILINGS?'r:r-- '?-i4\ v /*% !OlJ ;

." \' most effective work suddenly the I Igreat and Mrs. Crosbys guests all! enltyed. ; /Jl'ille. '

& r) Sir,. G. S. Scott and Miss Louise I Dr. D. A. Smiths, of Anthony who explosion occurred those immediately themselves hugely..- I I11' Ii\\\. .)\.I _

Scott came home :Monday morning attended the Confederate Reunion at in it- pathway were blown ,. I.. ,' \ .'I' I' Q.

from Crystal River where they enjoyed Richmond. has returned home and many feet in me air but those along :\ L. P. Walseman. representing

a'ery delightful visit with Mrs.C. was in Ocala Wednesday: The Doctor {( ibe' edges rat r-o unpanic stricken and I the Packer prin(<_.l in New York. St. FOUR EA.OH WEEK

E. Herrick for several days. kt-pt right on fighting as if nothing
says that the patriotic people of BETWEEN
umuaIatl occurred, and as the enemy Louis and Chicago >tod devoted to

:Mr. Sam Ditto went up to Jacksonille -' and Richmond free provided for the motion attempted to farce their way 'the fruit and produce timle, is \ isitm Jacksonville and New York. -
entertainment of the ten this
\' Saturday night to spend Sunday through the! opening"! of this tunnel. and tolling to the f

with Mrs. Ditto who has been with thousand "old soldiers but that. they were shot down with unerring world through the Packer what we .. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.

relatives in that city for several more than double this number applied intepidity and were forced back. Ir.Gatl's have got down this way. He was at ':';;;: r1.,:sr sz.QS1 ;;!? !n. "."S:.:: :V.j.#.' I#ISE St'7I:! ::::.

and !it is said that it was then Reddick .
weeks. :Mr. yesterday and will go to Anthony ---- -- ------
and :Sirs: Ditto returned also placed! at our disposal: the -

home :Monday morning. has,ost largely been attended reunion that Richmond paper- containing full ac'l today. It will he in his power CLYDE MEW ENGLAND! 'AND SOUTHERN I NES
ever hl'?ll., The lector
:-;?;.r- : countof the; memorable ( to make the outside world open! their

that he w ;!s pv in charge! o!' the i I i' i K! I'tir:' -.I.RVH.I.
li-: >-fs Janett Weathers: and Annie I I of tb.arr nd! n-r.-non lie says it waste ley5 in wonder at our marvelous! !; ; aE'r\v}-.r.N

Florida: hea.iqi.aiur.-: had an <1'.1'I, I II I fruit and fit-ld oroduct.Every .-. Jacksonville, Boston and Providence
Atkinson returned lOmeIonday: af- I : : :lamest: ; gathtrn.t:1at:: : has met !
number o. euand l sisal and all Eastern Points.
lu.r'iy'wore I
h'TUOvn with the latter'? father Mr '}I I leu-'iher :tinre iN-: o\i! war. and it'ra j| ,

, :lit" .holen Atkinson, to spend a few i i.J 'I rlaUl'ant.1U't'! me.i'uld : eeiin'arr'fi tat: lit t I.ai-T IUIII'! i Man His Own Doctor. Cal'.in!: ? at Char'r-tGT: B.th Way-.
'be -
) : purcha-ed i >1' : fiar.cl+ tlvF I
;: t days in the {'uuntry.1J'. Atkinson !; :oruosa.ri wir 1-re-x.nt! tie cit:: of Richmond It I The average man cannot afford to SE3II \\ EEKLY S.t I I.i'; {. S.Southbound. .
I ,
.J itJa : ; t', : \ hI) i..o; 'rnur.ct : H phy-ician for
I came to attend the Jen'tivouii'ou : Davis : I ;-ii'l p.'iiL-ipa'! ''d :n rw t v f'1,1; 'HPOY every slight; I
en t r> tl'L( : : jj lil.tr.t; ; -.a;]- i :J.ilm.m (II' injury that nay occur in From LeWis' Wharf, Boston.
j '. nut1 ran he afford to nesr'Vet i From foot Catharine St., Jacksonville
' } !'-t1-1 :.1: M-it u atl'l v :.. \> :ln', < (- !' : tht 1.1. a- -o slight an injury as1 i
net g'ri''ia:1} .J ia-e, nn.; :\:, ; ; \ I '
< : tn.u
't' The friends of :Mr. J. X. Knoblock 1.1' : '.1 i .l ':-it01 tt'l! :/ rnl.: !! 'hter1t :i t .. j"ii has 1 b* en !Known j Clyde St. Johns River Line.
f ,1"1 sr.J *, i i. _'h'.1..,. ><: i' A'k : ;tact' eaa.':,. '." -- f a lnb.! He-nce. I
v.tv glad tMV him in Ocala; :Mon- ,; I .
iM'CO1 ,ii'dd.st.u-. Tr! : 'I.-: IPS ::"!. i 01';':; :':.11 L J" il.m nb'lii iid i
dalie! lead: the! misfortrne; to have : : j IO- !, a'-d Ginei t '! : Ja: :i H -cs at ,. Between Jacksonville and Sanford
<'t'I: Hi.* : < : a ti -' u.'i1.i.t t'i: for u.ieas (;f allt !- !
; bom ::;("\'Ht''>' Licked by a Stone about j C.w C. ::::;'5 ; ':: '00 t. ':; '( ;;< ::>- ?fir, i' II'Twrlan.n/ at TaJitka Aster
t.->''v a:-;: !r." -:.."'\ .J:,. '- :- ; Swppia? Beresir3 ( CeLaii ) and ::..:.-_::.: :3
j v 1't ?: il.':!!. which ony'r! \
a:1has Uui e'nfine.lto can
, tv.oears. mu red ':] 11.i'' ; .> :;.' ,!., :-':.' 1, ... ...:., .. .._., .. ." ___ ,. __ _: i Landings oa St. Johns Sirer-
; n.i M a" *? n.J\.t"; ait !''''lIl't
his bed a ,clot deal of tho time J
]':llL.1 at nt u. :: t al.i '. '., ( ':l.n1.rain'. : r RPfhCtii j:'" t
J >:ncr then lit-! leeks now tilhe is Steamer, CITY OF JACKSONVILLEIs
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; wd ii!! on the; road to l't'0l'f.. i! Me-->. E1 1".. H: .i.. .'', cf P.-.. ",- iiitd ,:." ."1.'It .,- .. YL5 jri: :;jI*>' 2: izui r.-])'5Ta'-.1., appointed! to saii as follows: Leave Jacksonvi!: ; .- Iay ':' and
(' : :,,11:;'" !r' '1 t"'i: .:,c. r1>.' i :and Thursdays :;J; : ';>"" m. Ret 1 h '
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Main.-! : laysFridays.
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; :ult..T. H. Johnson: has just re- ;; .T".(.\.:.:-I,II', ;'.. ,. I 't".- i 'i. '. L :::-.. :.: 1 C. ...,1 I: .: !' li : a > :.l 1 : llu- :..c' ftSCHE : ':-. .

1 i'1'.a: : iroui Lakeland, where he has ; .' .. .
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";D-.. I .te vJolJ; M'nii-: \ : i or ---
'14.'I I i I'B' a tout- of investigation! and j! . .. \' : ,::' I ,:: South-Bound" DULE t.onh-Eound;
t\\t IJty.fi o rrlOcali \
'f Read down.
l'it'! orange uroxes are looking t Read up.

i "t r till'er!' and will K-.r a larg- ( > < ;;:<.i\.Vv: I'Ililt., I l.. ... : .._d. r t.il bam! fan antI! I Leave' D SO p. in. . 7. .Jacksonville '. --.-. ? -
tins :,- ( -;..p; :.."' *.1 (k'a: l'l1j :: :, '';. :,ir. .:.:je '"V'f"1! 1'or r'I>'-. h.i'ift '':. Arn2 00 a. in.

i"! I : .;t lhi::; stasvii than h>t >:: ,." ;'t i"'' -,Jard ':: :. -:<';.::1", ,.... ._::1.-. l.i!' 2, ;, Leave S 45 p.m. . . PalatliaL .Lea 8 00 p. m. f

::' : .. \v.v_ uiuch! elated with the cull i! h.d! ,' ,. ; .:; 't." .: _. :. .' : t ..: -:':. :. : 1 :.,'. ;..t '\.'. '.ave :;3:: o-" a.ni, . . Astor . . .Lf'a\ '. 3 30 p. m.

I ''t',.. ;, : ; a'f: : : :::': L.t': . Btresford: (DeLard .
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; Lca'-i 100
i .. > p. m.
] Fit .1 -- : : I _' : ..: ,
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ian.iK5.. : ':':. '.1.Y .:arrive 8 30 a. m. . Sanford . . le.ve, 9 30 a. m

t, Remarkable Rescue. mtn \ --- .--.; .. .. e.'l.autaerian. s Salve for diseases: !! Arrive 10 00 a. m. . Enterprise . .Leave 1000 a. m.
than (ution: vi faCn ULL1" t.U.JtJell
T* fli truth is arranger p">inr/ ". ; .u'iiu' .a'.'>'. hs.z. ? many! ;'f r;<,' : in. .
!'.a/ once more Kvn ddllon:;'1',. : i in !.;ac, \ : 1.-,'" ::1l\'t-.d: r.e-t": -Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West SL -- -
(1't:; !"_ ff 'rLSE 1''.'I' -< Bay Jacksonville; Fla,
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t'o f liltKtown I 1.1 Fedora: T -..'. .. .- '." :!' ':1;', I. ,' .n\' j ,.'. : :- ',
t 11 : : : :0: ,. .:'..' :.-- 'i--: : F,': -,.:'- by !
r* Veno of C. V. Pepper.! Hi \\ :',k' : ,'. ". .- T. '. :. '- -"; ; F
..l disable .' \ :\i t I. .,t' \ : :.' :+ ". ,. .- -.- '; I M. IRONMONGER, JR., A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla.
was in bed entirely
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lieinoirLasies of the lungs and '-' .. :: ] ; :., ,'. : ': ;, :: -- JOHN PENDREL, T. P. A., A.-C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A.

I)0),' .r- had failed to help me aua -.* :", ; t :' ....... r' : .. .. Fir.c Brood Mares. \; Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R., New York.
cf a host of friends,-Caces\i'; ::> Sun.Tcr.,2it. I ,
!hI'! vhad fled wl'-'n I bean taking, :to put in a tyro!.it'e mil1! sore time! ( (0. H. TAYLOR, Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN, Gen'l. Pass. Agt..
111'. l K.iiu'New: Dis\\rl''Y. Tn.n mi'ant We Lace just gotten in a car load i i ii
tri 1[;:i year. T'!'..' 01'1'm.- a1.1':1! :: '_': t. :' ij 290 Broadway, New York.
relief came. The cu1::-! :.n- s'n: i if the finest brood mares ever brought j I
*.". ., : \ '.-:: ': '. '. L, D. JONES T. F. A. C. A.
<"-a-! d: : the bleeding diminish cd\ i.sp- : p r > : ; ," ., .. .. ): : : '' ". :) the state, and to see them is to admire L S. SCROBLE,

;&, '\ ltlJ!;. and! \ in three weeks I was ab&t:1 :K.U:.:. : :.. !.. > ( .. .. :..ltr | ] them. We will sell them ati i Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fla.

I3o I., work." Guaranteed cure for be i \:. : :. : :' .' 't"- '...: i.e an ; very reasonable prices. Come and and j V/ G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A.
.. couah and $l.w. at ]laxative effect. clear the I look them over at
HllI'olds"\ 50c+
realize L! Jacksonville Fla. New York.C. .
I per! ton They expect to and- Pier 35 N. R.,
Tydms-- Cu.':; drug store. Trial! botH hh 1' ; ad and ''ean-e tretonach.. Price i MARION FARM: STABLES.
j!i .onit duukmls.: ; : I.i P. LOVELL, Ar. Jacksonville, Fla.,
(l'tt".. I \.dl:f. :"lil.l'ir't. ;u" <;.. c.'Z- =:Wit;. x 1 Ocala; Fla.


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'I I' .;'; -J r ''f"" " " " " " '" " " " ', " ',, ",.P I>I I Many years ago-States a private Sixth belongiiug v

'.-. -:: !I to the United Cavalry

while stationed at Fort Brown,
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wrote a poem entitled, "fIe-Il! in .

1.s C>- -i'8-. .: T xas:' This poem was printed on
,,:. f --:: >lips on the old army press at Fort ,;

If e=}- I tr -rSf Brown and attained a wide private: ;.

I1:)'L:,:.. 4 a : circulation! among the soldiers on'the
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{ iJ ; Texas frontier. A copy of it, was .
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f :.recently resurrected hero, says the

Ir'It P- : Cincinnati Inquirer. It reads as tU-! w.
tt'3 ]lows: ,.

:: .'f'. i !1 WHOLESALE 6 61o I!; HELL-IN TEXAS. !
1 A GRqcRs1s dJ !
.' Ip o i i'The devil in hEII(1 are told was
.' i- m-- e i chained.
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d And a thousand years he there :remained -
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i l"'t 810-. .-.:: i I! He never complained l, nor did he

, ( --c:: f groan,

: '.: L G. E ;c bWE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR4444444444444444 ;[ :f1'f : ==e !!' But own determined, to start a hell of his::;

', ;{ I'l _:: Where he could torment the souls of
'f ? -- menly"ithout
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" C9-- being chained ino a prison
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.t. ae :::= 4......... 'N/1111N14..4.NN4N1111N 4111114.11.111111111NiN1N0+1N6N.ON411N.N10N.....44444* ::e I' So he pen.asked the Lord if he had on
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F -- : 4 --: The Lord said "Yes, I had plenty on r

3e 9ilia : 4 1 4 4 =CI hand
ea ., J -1 II 4 4 f I But I left it down on the Rio Grande;
4 I The! fact is, old boy, the stuff is so

r 4** C1insr 1 T I lIII I II 1 80S llil lS 4 4 4 = ,;i I don't{loor.e think. yon could use it in hell

I.Ii.> E i ) (I U tJ II l (( 4 4 4 4 =:CJ> !i But any the more devil""'tnt down to look at

:- : 4 -: I the truck,
4 4 -
r. 00 4 -6 I And said if it came as a gift he was
4- 4
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4 "iii l! For after examining it j carefully ',q.?\'

Fairbank & Do 's 4 4 4 --tZJ I well,

k ice6 s 4 -+ He? concluded the par! >' was too dry
I. 8a: 4 I' for a hell.
4 -:: !'Su in order to set it off )fcis hand
C --- ,) -G The! Lord promised the 'evil to water J
\ 4 44 4 4 + the lands; t:

44 -i9 For he had some:; water or rather,
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a |? some dregs
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I ,I -. 4 4 ,...*S> !1.\ regular cathartic and! smelled like
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try-. & -.......z I eggs
.. 4 Hence the dtal was elo-e-l and deed
4 I
t! -- 4 _G I' was given, ,
s I a 4 4 --gyp And the Lord went back to his home ;
*-- v 4 -rP in heaven. r

i ii' 44- FAIRY TAR AND 4 4 "' .a And the devil! then said 1: "I have: all 1

i' >. 44 4 4 :: I I that is needed
-- r.S I To make a good hell:!," and hence he
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44 4 -- r:91 succeeded.

... ;1.i : 44 SUNNY MONDAY 4 4 4 4 -< I He began trees to put ilf11un! :' all of the

etI 4 C1 !And mix up the and wirh milJiPE"tfC'J
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I i, 4 4 4 4 : And fleas scattered tarantulas 'along t lj JI

4 4 S 0 A P S 4 4 I roads; y
4 I
'- 4- 4 @ I He put thorns on the cactus
4 &: I horns on the toi'ds;
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t: 4 ..., I, He lengthened the horns of the Tex .
I. ti F. --- .. 4 4 -..... as steers, ft l

--- : 4 4 --011 And put an addition on the rabbits' t I
---at e
1 r 4 4 ears; t
.t r'w 4 4 --c........:; He put a little evl! in the bronco \

X 4 ........tD steed, f fIf
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f 1 6 4 } i And poisoned the fret of the centi
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( 4 !O The rattlesnake bites you. the scorpion ';
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4 --.4 i3 stings,

; t. i AND VERY DES CANNED MEATS 4 4 4 4 I=:J The mosquito wings;delights you with buzzing

4 = The sand burrs prevail and so do ti: .
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--- 4 ..f3D: I ants,
tJl>- 4 4 ..& And, those who sit down need half:
4 : soles on their pants. ,
0- t 4
D 4 The! devil then said that throughout V.

(te- WI1IIG I rape. J Dice In Pints, 2 doze to Case 4 4 4 4 4 4 ; Ii I He'd the own manage land brand,to kep up the devil's *L..1' ,

s ,' 4 4 ,- .<, ; And' they all would bore be man ricks: unless :

: 4 "" Marks of scratches, bites annd thorns

i 4 4 C7 by the score.

; I dt W H. BAKER'S Justice Cocoa & Chocolates 4 4 4 4 ". ...&& I: The heat ten-in the summer i N a hundredand :.

4 : : Too hot for the devil and too hot for
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---- + 4 .,..,.:If I{ The wild boar roams through the
t ,i !-- 4 i
-- 4 .--IIIIii..........U black chaparal,
I II 4 4 : :; It's a hell of a place he has for a l:*1I. -

,r E i. Besides, we carry a full stock of Hay, 4 4 ---.. .=II.' I The of red the pepper brook;grows on the baulia.jj j 1

Y 4 jTh<> Mexicans use it in all! that they *'.

Grain and Feed Stuff Send 4 : I i cook.jJu.t .
II A t. < us your 4 4 3=- dine with a "Greaser" and thtn: I Ii 'It
4 e i ;you will shout: ,
i 4 "I've a hel on the outside as A ei: as

,!l, orders for Groceries PGZ Try I a few cases 4 4 4 4 -- ,I i I the out."


r. E i "San Tnv" Matches /No Popping\ Prices 4 4 4 p'DI j _

< oy right 4 4 ; A l letter from a New York visitor i
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1I or '.cts
, rr I -; 4 4 -.....g:! ..I.l'int..d in the New York Times says: '.
I, l, t/J/-- 4 - 4 I
i 0: ;, Madison square I saw ten dozen
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... 4. ....... men sitting on the benches under the I
-- ...++.++..t4$4...........4r 4.O.444444444444444444444444444444444OCALA 1N..4.....N....../,16..0 1.1M4$44g104444444401.N+..: -__.cC & .trt-e.s. being soaked by the rain, which r

t -.- --c[3 .. was falling copiously. Some were o.l..q: .... "
.- 9 and white-beaded,
$ ..-- some were young! .
..'.......'.c J: and bedraggled-but all were trying 1
III>-- --.. o. find rest in the park and in therani. ;1
[ -- 5 Some of them had pieces of9'nvwnpapers .
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t..--. RROdN & ; -c J 'warmth, poor men. It was near one
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J --c:.t scene is a common
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ft Cc We have seen the same sight and:
sI t 111'- & i i! have often wondered why these fool9 -
l -- i"h people do
I not come to Florida,
I i t t( FLORIDA : I even if they have to tramp.

t .--.,:: Gainesville is going to have three ,
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i ..s I handsome new structures on the state t'
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University grounds. These buildings

J.,a s":i { _, ',.," will our respect be sister first and class will and be modern a great" creditto every

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