The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00433
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: .ZCOO-soo.o .eeaPeieo.e0oooeee $I Th: h-J.e of Mrs. Charles S. Cullea! The Jacksonville! Development: ; Corn- If'

4 4 y 4 0 ua. ti.& M-uiug for a charming little! pany i-; making: a reputation in Florida : MUNROE & CHAMBLISS 4*

4 4 .*. card I jiair.! :; Satunia! ;. aiiernoon inv by assisting i in the developmentof .

1 *4 4 4 XYAL'S ;t-,uui or her t>\o jouns bisters.J other towns in the state outside of ** *+

.0 J Mif.Tlite: : ad! Caroline Paateur.The : Jacksonville: as we!! as for the great *
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4. *4 4 i/i. ''C 1 ? ;! ';;. r"' [;", V' (\! 'v;;. G** 4>> from! former\VilMjn: ,ha-:X.: just c.! where rammed t"ha home j boom it has property.given to Jacksonvillesuburban *0 6Ar K RS i
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si S: Z 1 &". ii I 0 .1 I J. L 4| been at school for rwo year and the This company has operated successfully +,, ..
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.f. iiU iH 'r 0 .: latter was; one ut the graduates from at Jacksonville, Tampa, Starkt-. ..

+ i t the Ocala! High School the past term. i Gainesville! and other cities and could *

.. + -c 0 : A.i:i tinq: ia entertaining; the guests not possibly! pass Ocala by. : CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION :

t: :o :50: Cents a Bottle I ** :> wore Mrs.: George C. Pasteur and Miss I j For several weeks it has been grading *. ..

.'r i Miriam Pasteur. The young ladies the streets and putting down .
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i ware Misses Meta .Jewett, Margaret I! fine block cement sidewalks and put- 4
: : AT THE r : Sarah 1 OCALA, FLORIDA. ;
e: Eagletcn. McCreery, Susie j ting the lets recently purchased in V .

*t 0 k Fort Minnie Lee Carlisle, Alta! Pearon. !fine shape. The lots are elevated ; *. .......s+e. ........+...++$44...............44.4...

Lucile Standley, Annie: :Mathews, t and in a section of the city which is

i Ii i Postoffic8 Drug! Store. + i[. Jean Tt>agu'', Evelyn! Liddon, Sue And : destined some day to be the chief residential -., --

+ '-rs on, Louise Scott, Louise: Harris i I section, and the wise man FOr Registration Officer. I I.
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9> and Mr- Sandford Jewett. will! purchase while the property is I Obeying the call of committeeman

0 1 !, There were three tables of whist j :in reach and be in a position to make Joseph Bell a number of democrats

'. a: o Prescriptions Prepared Proper : : and one of dominoes and this little! I one hundred per cent. on his invest- of this precinct met in the court I BIGGEST LINE ;

+ : serial t-u'nt was delightfuul com- !1mI'm.I houseFriday night toname theirchoiee .
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4.c4..O+.+4.+4+e.$.+t.... -4+4+94..+4+444 "84.0r i pinl\'Ilt! to these: pretty young: girls. I Study the statistics of every city I for registration officer and instruct OF
| Miss: Sue Anderson won a pretty of the United States and it will be : the committeeman accord.ag. to the
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..coo.wooo.eaoieo. oe.eoaeeede ovaseeeeoeo .e
i j apron! in the games of whist and Miss ;| found that the monied men in these wishes expressed<< at said! meeting.

.__._._ -- -_--. Lueile Standley won out in tbe domi- I i cities made !
s ------ --- -I their wealth on the in- Messrs. Harry Palmer andV.. \V.jClyatt )

aoe game. The prize given her wasa i crease in real estate values. This were placed in nomination.: r
Local and Personal 1 i Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wallis,, I JWATCHESJFOR
pretty enameled hat pin. I I opi.ortunity comes at one time of life Following is the result] of the run .
i on Sunday, a fine girLI
Pineapple ice, cake and fudge was | to every citizen in every community Palmer. :31; Clyatt, 1'J.:
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hara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. I \! :. Buena \Vilsoii :Mimiiis: of Trenton erred after the games. and this opportunity now presents it- Mr. Palmer to whom the chu:ce 'if)

i Ky., left :Monday for Atlanta !! self to the progressive citizens of this this precinct has fallen is a popular'

-11 I where she will spend several weeks Left For Jamestown Monday I progressive city. Read the advertisements and splendid young man, and is in

'> TO 1.Jlll.! t.Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Bryan, before returning home. Mrs. Mimms Miss Lillian Thagard who won the I of the Jacksonville Development every way worthy the honor conferred
." i first : in the Jacksonville LADIES[ !AND GENTLEMAN '
Monday, a son. has spent the past five months in prize Metropolis' i Company, consult Mr. C.V.. upon him. i
E Contest a couple of months ago Deniing. who has the sale in
Ocala with her sister, :Mrs. E. L. Car. i charge,
Mt E. C. Smith has gone to Indiana left !ondafor the Jamestown I iook over his plats and go in person I e.Ui .
ney, and has made many friends during I In Honor cf Two Charming Girls. \j'J -
!: where he will spend several her: stay in this city. Mrs. Mimms, I exposition. Miss Thagard will haveas .i I to the grounds and select a desirableI :

wt-t'ks with old friends. I may probably visit Ocala again next her guests on this trip Miss Sara| It will! grow in value while you Miss Alta Pearson has issued invitations t t. .

winter. Harris and Miss, Mattie Williams, and. sleep. to a party Thursday eveningin

the other members of the party are honor of her guest, Miss Ophelia
Charlie Johnson, a well known nero -
Mr. E. P. Thagard and Mr. and Mrs. The Trial of J. M. Faircloth for the Grey, and Miss Mote Han,:borough.
-; man, dropped dead Saturday and Misses Sarah McCreery and Susie
Richard S. Hall. They will be absent Murder cf Dock Wade. who is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. E.
was. buried Sunday.Mr. Fort, two of ouur popular schoolteachers
ten days and will visit the expositionand The trial of J. M. Faircloth charged H. Mote. THE JEWELER.
left Monday for their
other nearby points of interest. with the killing of Dock Wade a
John Knight has gone to Tam- home at Nashville Tenn. All are de 444.. .".444444+4444+'"+
Miss Thagard will stop at several few miles east of Citra on the U th $25 Reward for an Estray Horse. I
!1:1 to accept a position with the lighted to know hat they will returnto I i
places in North Carolina on her way of March 1907, was begun in the cir j The subscriber will give a reward ; ------ _. .-
iU..in: Real Estate Company. & Ocala next year. Thy were accompanied --
home for a visit with relatives, and I cult court before Judge Bullock Mon- |lof $25 for information: leading to the .
by :Mis Rexie Todd, of thiscity I FRECKLES
will not return for two month The day morning. of dark 4 AND PMPLESI
recovery a bay mare. year
Wamuolt who has been
HW. who will sped the summer with I
pivaching at Crystal River, passed relatives in Kentucky. balance of the party will return home The following jurors were rejected old, all feet white, blaze in face, and I I REMOVED In Ten Bays.Nadmola.

'Iruugh Ocala yesterday on his wayjJIUl' relatives, ;n Tennessee.Mrs. %l the end of ten days. They are all I : Edward Jeffords, Thomas H. dark spot in middle<< of blaze. I I

anticipating a very splendid time on j I| Harris, C. R. Waterman, S.. H. Gaits- HENRY SCOFIEIJ). I i:

I : S. S. Harris: of Citra, who ha* their!! trip..Under. I J kill, G. A. Waters, W. V. Weathers.L. Fairfield, Fla."Disinfecto" 4 TJ a Complexion

I When\ lion. R. .Hudson Burr made recently decided to go to China as a I B. Jordan T. B.. Griggs, C. M. I I -;'T..t': ....ati,.....2r is en- z
!his i announcement for governor tae missionary, delivered a most interesting Arrest for Desertion. j I Livingston, J. T. Lancaster, John A.Teutun. purifies the air; is not i i 1- ..... i I =, i dor-xjj by thousands

t A. E. Gerig, B. A. Grantham, affected rain 50 cents, at I] t- t of graceful ladies,and
LA- Oak Democrat said that the ex- address Sunday evening at the Mr. S. E. Shackleford, Mergenthaler by ; price .. ..,,...
Methodist church. Mrs. Harris is a \linotype operator for the Star, who A. E. Burnett, B. H. Leitner, Jas. R. the O. K. Grocery. x ,--- gjy-. ,_ gurntredtoremoveI :
had happened. I ,
ifi-ied -
devoted member of the M. E church, has been with that paper for the past I McCully, s. W. Elison, James Aiken. tfe*S\ .- ",,,,, all facial J coloraV -
tions and the
Tea: restore
and has for many years been a leader two months, was arrested late Satnr- The following persons were accepted FOR SALE-"Retreat Plantation.. 1-.2
I of the Theus-Zach- ( beauty of youth. The
Mr. P. J. I f
in the missionary cause. She is a day night on a warrant sworn out by as jurors: Charles! Reinauer, J 'two miles west of Reddick. For particulars
day. 5Cj and
of this city, has returned cases :n twenty S 1.00
f ry Company months trip on the noble Christian woman and will do his wife who charges him with deser- L. Beck, J. P. Holly, C. A. IcCrane), apply to Miss Ellen Huggins, $t all: leading &'ug stores. by ir.ail

after a two much good in the field she has chos tion. The trial will take place probably Alonzo Long, J. A. Weisner. John A. Reddick, Fla. ;j.l Ht.1 j'rtDCrfd: : w "UICML TOILET Ui T'sr's. Team
travels for the Standard
road. en.BartowCourierlnformant.. today. SLuokelford has been Teuton, T. J. Barnes, S. H. Christian, .I I ....,,
of Baltimore, Md.
Company married about two years. His wife I J. F. Williams, W. H. Scarborough.At .

Col. R. F. Rogers, of Lynne, has returned was a Miss Richardson and she formerly the hour of adjournement at 5 W. A. KNIGHT L. E. LANG,
Mill Alice Bullock of Ocala, Fla., ar- o'clock in the afternoon the had
lived in Ocala. The case has state
Lake and
from his trip to City
rived Thursday for a visit to Mrs. examined all its witnesses and the
excited a good deal of local interest.
and in Saturday
other places was to see us ANNOUNCEMENT.
George Hatcher and Miss Lillian defense two of its witnesses.
morning. Since leaving Marion Mrs. Shackelford and her mother are

Wright. Both ladies will entertain in a number of the newspapers of the stopping at the Glenwood hotel.A !. The principle witness for the de- |!

honor of Miss Bullock.-Macon News state have mentioned his name in connection I fense up to the hour of adjournment I I| We have just purchased the \\ a gun and Harness business of Slessr;

.. | in Atlanta Constitution. with the gubernatorial office Chicago Minister Coming.Dr. was Mrs. Wade, the widow of the man j!\ S. A. Standley & Company, and propose t3 add to the stock of goods everything

i who was killed. I that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of
and have given him some flattering L. B. Warren of the Tabernacle -
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Wilson find :Mr. Raymond B. Bullock is assist- j. the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on trfe market
J notices. Col. Rogers was at one timeat Baptist church of Chicago will :
two sons of Jackson'il1tant': Mrs W.r' First church I! ing; Sate Attorney E. W. Davis in j jthj I|. ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great va-
of the Farmers' Allianceof the Baptist
, the bead preach at riety of vehicles either of which stand
we to
ready fully
A. Redding and children of the same prosecution" of the case, and Mr i|
in and
Florida and was Sunday morning evening.
t ,-l : city, and Miss Christian Cook of uniting it with the democratic party Warren is said to be one of the Carlns L. Sistrunk and Major Lj. T. j|:! High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages,
the passen- Izlar are conducting the defense. !
Brooksville were among and has a host of friends living in all strong men of his denomination and I i,! Unexcelled Wagons Harness
for New ,
gers sailing on tue Apachee parts of the state and if ha "..* I will doubtless be heard by large coaregations i Lap
York Sunday. I! Meeting cf the Royal Arch Masons. ]'I Robes, Etc.: Etc.
formidabble both s..rvicp.-Ow.ns.
the list he ill- make a at ,
candidate.Mr. "bur (Ky.) News. Tr- lli-jal: Arch Masons met at they! Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.

Mrs. B. J. Culverhouse and three Masonic temple Friday night. A)I
Mr. Warren i is seriously! considering -
I! children, and Miss Edna Culverhousehave working team from Gainesville, in- We are Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate! Competition.
T. A. Gunter, a former citizenof accepting a cull to the First Bap
gone to Fernandina to spend this county, residing in the Fort tist church at o\\ensboro. His Ocala I, ihi"i! (! Messrs. A. M. Cushman, H. E. We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine -

several weeks, and from there they Ta> :ta:1d; : Robert McClelland came and Farm
friends are always glad to hear from Wagon.Knight .
will go to Alabama to spend the re- McCoy neighborhood, but now a cit do\\i! 'i.r i"-is meeting and inU'n1, !:

izen of Micanopy and the liveryman Mr. Warren. .. V ..
mainder of the summer. =in-D .t.: Mr. Charles : '. : : I

of that city, was in Ocala Saturdayfor Melons Mr. Dekel. of this city, and MrWmV. '

Miss Bessie Whetstone left Monday the purpose of purchasing addi Large I III: D'unjt'llon' } & Lang;

for Sylacauga Alabama to visit tional teams for his business, which On last Friday W. H. Shaddick of! .\I'< '.' :' "'i' t '., i-
Lake loaded the banner car
Lady ;
was made necessary by his rival going ', '
relatives and be present at the mar- -- : ; : s..PsslIrio' Staudl and ( 0. )
blue melons, 775 being all he could
of business Mr. Gun- ,
out ,
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cousin, Miss Vivian s' C. -
of her
in ; .
get in a 34-foot car. They ranged
Whetstone will be ter the only liveryman now at lic- -
Thomas. Miss anopy. He proposes to cover the weight from 33 to over 55 pounds, a\-

t.4 gone a month. field completely and for this purpose eraging 40 to 45 pounds. The car wat-

H. Dove Allison of M
purchased by :
pie those who went down to the bought some very excelent horses
Among ami and shipped to Austin :Kimbal,
and vehicles to take back with him.
afternoin to spend i
lake Saturday I & Co., New York. The price paid \\a' 1 wIIAAI
Messrs. II. L- Martin C.I He is a splendid citizen and we are
Sunday were
K. Sage, Mrs. Eagleton and daughter, glad to know that he Is prospering so $250. ;__

and well now in his new home. .
Arthur Wade Red RocK Ale \
; Walter Yonge, Bids Wanted on Concrete PavementsWe Ginger

f- Henry Watterson Tucker. :I I, will be glad to receive bids f,>> .
The case of S. A. Moses vs. Olebia _
i the construction of concrete or v
: Mrs. Grover Spencer and littler Landers was heard before Judge Bullock ment pavements around the co-::: Is the Real Article \

daughter and sister, Miss Gertrude and in the
Saturday may house and court house square as herplans

Kaiser, left Monday for Jacksonville or's court. Moses was fined and and specifications on file wr:' An inferior weak flat imitation -
German Canger- ginger
j to attend the great the costs of the courts the
S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk, Ocala. Florida
ale will
It fest. They were joined in Jackson- fight cost him $-!". As we have already All bids must be in by first of Jut::: cause indigestion and constipa-

I!? : vine by their father, who. went over stated, Moses and Lebie Landers 1907, and we reserve the right to l't- pe tion-dcf eating the very purpose for which

.'f from Hastings, where he is tempor called had "Ff RED ROCK GINGER ALE has become
., \ as he is familliarly ject all bids. S. T. SISTRUNK, AL a u
arily making his home. altercation Friday night It seems "
an Clerk Board County Commissioners <': famous. ; RIP..?

Mr."Mala Haughton, of this city is that the latter dropped a nickle into Marion County, Florida. The value of Purity and Quality cannot oclf' (

the guest of Capt. R. C. Gresham of the latter's slot machine and the ma- be to strongly urged. Get RED ROCK, sta _

i. Mount Airy Ga. Capt. Gresham is a chine refused to work. They got Will Spend the Summer Abroad.! 1-' f A ;REAL GINGER ALE, which stands out among t

member of the faculty of the G. M. A.rat into a discussion over the matter and Col. and :Mrs. W. N. Camp, Misv- t'rrri' all other brands foreign and domestic-as the acme

Mr. Haughton is a student. :Moses knocked Lebie down and kick- Sallie and Leta Camp and Willian of perfection in combining purity, quality and
which '
health results.S.IJ .
returning home be will spend ed and cuffed him. Lebie drew out is Camp jr., of this city, Mrs, Clinch w ,. Arj' giving : :

pocket knife and inflicted several cuts of Roanoke Va. and A',
4 short time at the Jamestown Expo- I Camp, : e'c ywh<'re. !'arg-'J ar-aP.: bcttks.r .
\'sition. on the hands of Moses, but none of'lene Ward of Darlington, S. C. wi:: s :,- a!glas !rod bottles

them were serious.He leave about the first of July for Europe > ;

Mr. Josiah Varn, formerly principalof and will spend the summer trav :9iIU6'U THE RED ROCK CO.

the Ocala High School now manager Fired the Stickr elling abroad.
"1 have fired the walking stick.I've
Jacksonville Florida
Fruit Company
of the Lemon Bay __ ,
carried over 40 years>> on account
4- at Yarnecia, on Lemon Bay a sore ttct resisted every kind of WANTED-Student nurses to take

Manatee County was shaking hands treatment until I tried Bucklea's Arnica training course in _Marion County :

- -\tSitb: his numerous Ocala friends Salve; that has healed the sore Hospital. Appliaction blanks furnished r
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1 p Monday. He says the grove is looking and made me a happy man. writes on request by writing 1 1a.alaa
John Garrett, of North Mills, N. C. I _
fine notwithstanding the lung, protracted DR. W. V. NEWSOM,
I I Guaranteed fur' Piles. Burns. etc? by
i 5-10-lm. Ocala Fla -
drought. Tydings & Co.. druggists. 25e ,
THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO., Wholesale Distributors, Ocala, Fla.
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: ,rL THE OCALA BANNERFRANK I A writer to the Jacksonville Metropolis I I Senator Rayner, of Maryland! thinks !GEORGIA I.< DAY AT THEJAMESTOWN fi I i I

signing himself "Commer- the hour is propitious for the success EXPOSITION !II
:,; .j HARRIS Editor.P. I i vial Evangelist," says that in tray of democracy and writes a lengthy: letter I 1 i DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY

I lelmg through the state in pursu.t; of to the New York World along President Roosevelt Makes His Second -

L L J V. Leavengood, Business Manager.1 : hi-; business he finds that Governor these radiant lines. The country, he Visit and is Orator of the

t[, Broward has lost friends by granting says, is at unrest under republicanrule. Day-Grand: Naval and

,. ,-. '* -. 1 pardons to criminals. The evengel- Its leader has gone too far. He i Military Reviews WILLOW DALE
i. -.:-.-.... i 13 erotic and unstable and Senator i!'
it \S' .,S .. ..'..'\ pardons Special to the Ocala Banner:
';.. in this The Rayner thinks that
I \ are granted state. a glorious oppor-j!
.. orfolk."a... June 10.-Two addresses -
f : '.'-'. .,.....'.;'0'"'.1. .+a":... power is not lodged in the hands of tunity lies right along the pathway i\
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[ -- L'c ".< .. ... /: by Theodore Roose\e.:. i
-- the governor. The pardoning board of democracy. Senator Rayner doesj!

; 11i ; .. s ,:; -}(t'k governor is one, and when a criminal the president as does airs John Tem i k Hampton Roads the presentation of n y -
: ; $
'" i'T "' <;" r"O.t.IV Jt\!? '" pardoned by this board consisting pIe Graves, of the Atlanta Georgian. I a silver service to the baulrhpf i q WHISKEY.

...... of five of the highest and most upright If all democrats were of the stamp o I ,
x ''" } j Georgia a military escore to the prr.i -
.... --- officials in the state it is safe to Senator Rayner the hopes of that dis
I ident to be composed of Georgia
C -- ----_. say that he deserves a pardon, and tinguished statesman would be fully }i

FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1907. : the man who would become an enemyof realized. Unfortunately the camp ofj[i I troops, Virginia cadets and 1C.-ifl J\ FULL$985t

Governor Broward solely on these democracy is now full of cranks and l : Point and Annapolis cadets, au: ,ii
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r -- i I"' grounds the loss of has friendship eratic meteors, who shoot in all direc- I I reception to the president i ii i'" ,'! j, ,
Some of the editorlegislatormake | to but very little. Governor tins except the right one. I II ,
i i Georgia commission at the "R." Send ? .Q5 :at we wl!! l!'P > <;r. i in :: T': .a:n
better than editors. Broward other official tu- .
statesmen or can
; any I .. ,
i .. t'i" show i ;,,tc..3; : I.r L:
I Ha!t. r.1!. (Heorsia state bliovernmtat :\. .- f k- eA; ': )
well afford lose the friendship of ) Cupid the license clerk! and the '
I to ,- WIL.LO'IfC.LE RYE, exi re-.s pr. :.
: The immigration bill parsed the }I Iboose those kinds of friendTher i U preachers have been ha\m;; i" i- were r.,I..r .n..1" f.. tb, v ';'": it> 01 and if yon don't and it all r.;;::1tn..; ::-e

i of heir i' time in Chicago during the : T j. tasted, send it bark to us at ovne -':. 1"-. .
the lost
> by narrow margin one nothing but perhaps coteS !pool: t..ir- brati.m ;pi ? "rgia hty: : l.frh e-t \:>u ever

j vote. i and there ought to }be something n days. It is said that th-", ....., .. .Jam .," ,\ Ex-; ':. f'; .. !' and your offer?;2.85? will be promptly ret l'C'' :.
f I higher in life than a vote if it has to been more marriages inLa- :.!:.' '. c :I't that A distillers: so when : 1....
Remember we are yv
.. -\.CCllf : ::.r ) t: t' ;' L P: ,.
t The Ocala Banner added twentysixsubscribers : be purchased contrary to cae's i'"lg' : than ever }1".r'J't': ::l -similar: ;>.. : L from t'.S'on save the enormous rrofitof th: i t .:-

: to its increasing list the !: went and self respect. of time. one 'i.i'': .;-r we Pk '... ;>. jent R 1ljw'. .' Wt 1 nb 1',.. d.li 3l ers and avoid all chance of adulttr ition. \ ..t. .i.-__

f : past week. i wire issut-ii; au.- r., of. two <-\ -." : ,; .:: ,.[,. '. Go\'r .,?" : :rely; o:' N t ; .-:>re of getting our whiskey just as it coup T..a
; without being tampered with i 11 ,:. '
1sUllery "
j William Muldoon the t y nnu.-. ;minute, an,: ur>"- i....,: :v t.i"v:' r ';eora:::: aId: !':1'sidpl: : )' 11 of! :1 ;) r c :
I 1 ;11H V;;IV"if: <
t The Gomez-Gillett lumber companyhas wrestler at the age of 62, i?: as lithe! :,'.: ; (Georgia: 1',,,: ilssiofl ,: 'ell ill p t, you prefer corn whiskey, we will sc:':: 'J"

: been organized at Tampa capitalized -1:| supple and smooth of limb as h* was ;,: Everyreai.V'; : : .n 'I"> a reir';
: at $5"u' <)0. at 25. He accounts for this he says'': to be ;wearm.1: a ?'J';, : .n L:- !' .' *, <;\' .::lg on r:," ;..:' [eL hIJ; ( ;, ,j"a. 1l1" :: WHISKEY for S2.SOe pres>sprepaid. \ lo'' :! '
I by doing the same things at 1)2) that1 i hole ana! .-rr':: 'jn ..:- face :.<\ vi"sequence .. : ecru!! 1:1"IlJ: pasaire ui: Prior a 1 .!y a better corn whiskey: from anybodx&l \ ebe.iL. ;
r .
4? price.s
.: Tie race problem is interferingwith i he did at 25. He takes the same I of '...*. '.'a. "a\e <,,.. :.,a" .alu:.. frd.:: t'.e ha't;, :o :.,'" i1 7.i.' 'Its i T -_=_- s 4 +f :l'lY Our ,cuirantee of perfect ;;satisfaction or ia<*it;

4. t Ocala's celebration of the glorious -1 I amount of exercise in the same way. I II nage f'-es.-1IaN" ;; > ;'. -. 1-:0il'.is.:: \\;:.'t:'.' r tentlr: ,> ,\...,':ti(' "', r ,; e refum'eu goes -.rih.v.::r\ siupnit.nt e make Y.,*J. ''
Fourth.Tampa Tribune. I run no risk when you j He does not permit the number of II vas azatn a." ,!1bl-'t in :'lust' I' oi f'l"oconJ !

J. 1 I years to interfere with his skinning'I An exchans..... ->"J..7, of ?" ......" .. 'i-:::' vi; the p."t :, ..' to 'i: r, ;Iv .of,. our company ha v e resources: of :a million tLi.r; i ill '
t. .I will! io exactly: as v.v say-;
.The bill appropriating. S15.CCO .i nthe and other feats who always pa-'l f n;r ,.: ". j
i,, i cat performing on t papt a : -:l: "(poitiun. i&I

aid of a middle Florida fair at DeF I, the acting bars. )Ir. Muldoon airs> ;: in advance 5ayi: : "h.j w ,u n*:\ ,'r -a.., At 11 0'1-': : The rn..j i,: r:!. wit!, !1' Ss-'Ttai >ZCON,1 *- -4 THE SWIFT MACON CREEK, DISTILLING GA. CO, ji

niak was mercilessly slaughtered. and drinks in moderation and I 'a day in his hf". nt-n-r ::ad a ,: eats ,, t ( n party. at o '- r}: i.and i"l? $ Owners of Registered Distillery No. 29., SLFt Creek, Ga. i

,, .. i -. ;' enjoys ten hours of profound slumber :*: his totor tootuj'-it: : ', his lJL';:.:'> pi'r. !
l .. The erection of a soap factory is ; Why should a man ever grow old :|'nev-r rot. the: truster KiLa: bi;:?' There he na- met La c.u_nificeir t !

t: : contemplated in Tampa. Oscar Wichleof I We grow old because we permit ourselves truck*, his babies ne\t-r cry a: nigh. military pscorr. far e.\e j"hu::::: tha 11 .. -- 1

t. Irontown Ohio, is the promoter of his :wife never scold! : and he hai.r:
do the !
r | to so. Keep up activ-J 'he openicz; day from ;!1indpolnr .. I
the scheme. i :: >i.\.I; ; 'A.--:: = r.or: =.F.e:: -
t j ities of youth, eat and drink with care ceeded i I in serving: thn.ttenllS on h*J of brilliant This escortsas under

'. t I sleep soundly is the whole program I II school board without b .ng criticize 1 l. ,, the command of General Frederick!: s : !. .'i :-'/ /.'//'770.VNM YMiLE.V .ADV 1\'l J

:; Dr. William J. Long, the naturalist, for the prolongation of youthfulness We do not know whether such a happy -i, Dent Granr (It was composed of the ._ jOUR

.. r having said that the wolf killed the I and longevity.A result follows paid-up Georgia J: troops encamped at Lexms;
.... caribou sticks to it and that th
) says I to this paper, but there are a few we ton, the cadets from the Virginia Pol::.

x, president himself is an Ananias A number of the editors of Floridaare would like to see try it. It will do :i technic Institute at Blacksburg. rb.. CLUB LISTJj
1.r I
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: statesmen. There is Senator no harm. -Maeclenny Standard. cadets from West Point and Annapolis
f The late Dr. Loovick Pierce fatherof c'l i I
Creary, of the Gainesville Sun; Senator Ii i It Virginia state troops and the i,"nit-
'. ." Bishop George F. Pierce, said that Adjutant General J. Clifford R. ___ ___ __ ___ 1
Zim, of tbe St. Augustine Meteor I Foster ed States regulars, all forming a ma.;' -- {
r. Dr. Young J. Allen was the greatestman asks for the recall A.I i
Senator /of the Manatee of Major J. nificent military
; Humpbries spectacle.
.. l since the death of St. Paul. ; I ,1. .' :'r'i'I:1'TIUX. p.lr tLi.v AL'LIXrE'b
{: River Journal; Hon. Eugene Dapray, who was detailed by the war' The ceremonies at the reviewing i

,. 1P t s :. rN I i Mathews, of the Starke Telegraph; 'I department to give instruction to the stand were opened by President:. "fy .z'3sI.'O: ...Z w 1 j
Georgia has selected Dr. ..CrawfordLong
t Hon. William A. Russell, of the Palat- military department of Florida. The N. Mitchell of the Georgia comm

/: :. {[ the discoverer of anasthetics ka News; Hon. R. A. B. McKenzie adjutant general says that Major D a- sion, who introduced the president of I
and Alexander
r '- H. Stephens to represent of the Palatka Herald. These dis-i, pray overstepped his bounds as mil the United States. Following fie WEEKLY.
4 her in the I' ,
statuary art gallery '
, -v guished statesmen are now on their j tary instructor and became military i'president's oration he was escort-
r: ., "\" at Washington.The return home to resume tbeir editorial j dictator, and styled himself "tae mil-: : to tbe Georgia building, where r IH

Greene and Gaynor case is duties and responsibilities and toj, I irony adviser of the governor." General .I new Bulloch Hall was formally ow.n (I) THE C.AL.AEEKLY BANNER and The Semi-

Foster says that :Major Dapray I ed. There Weekly Jacksonville Times-U ni one $1.30;
still before the courts. It will be ca r. II I take up the burden of newspaper life I} I Governor Terrell the rio- year

tied before the United States supreme where they laid it down two months is not in sympathy and is out of harmony quent chief executive of the Empn. Ii THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The ThrkWaWeek.

: court and perhaps these men ago.Ve' shall expect to see vast improvements i with the military arm of the I i j State, made a happy speech. He pre
; f New York World [
state government of Florida. and one year . $l.f fif
J > will be given a new trial. made in their various( ] on1 i sented the silver service, donated : ) q *

I publications. We feel proud that-1 t j these grounds he asks his recal!! the battleship Georgia. which was a. THE "OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Weekly

[ Major T. D. Lancaster left Saturday I the press of the state is able to fur cepted by the president i in rile p' "-, Atlanta
tj Constitution
t. : T:ifPiinta: Gorda Herald the IJ..I one year. . . 1.73;
f. for Crystal River and other nish so many lawmakers. i iI iI scores mince of the officers. *
f: 'i' ,iI late !k'K.:::;'ature for failure to ,. :; TIE OCALA
t. I carry ; r;
Ininied.ateKfollowing BANNER
: t: places on the Gulf, to spend several I I ::: 11; ;'ires 'n'a and The Atlanta *

.. t1 weeks fishing and recuperating. The James G. Birney the first nomi1nee | into tft:'cr the proper reapportionfmeiK : tion of the silver;! scr\.ce: a card n-- l\3 (:Illl-"'eekly Journal, one year . . SI.75iHE

t Major is anticipating a splendid time. '! :: of the republican party 'then ; as: i nnided by the constituti caption wa; tendered in t".. Geo list:::: \i:

t" I known onlas the abolition p\rrj [ The H.- a.I:, su_;est:> 'hatj man( am1::: b iilding to the president, at'.or wim! it!> f. I OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Commoner j

I was a native of Alabama: Jobn C j i iFreemont nrocfe'hnb' 1 .> inst't'.tu; > ,i! by the atornv '- he dei\! re.I l ila .;! (W. J. Bryan's *
With no grievance except that they I : speech I'> he X:t.mal Paper,) one year. .81.30; ( :
F was a name of Georgia !:,'nerai! a,am.-t each n.mVr' '. Editorial! .
were simply tired all the negro trained : AsociaM: > from( ti.y t.- k
[ nurses at the Lamar Hospital at j Abraham Lincoln was a name of an'i tralttr: If r/'1wrt'd; ly .-::oCn \\ \"J'! sups upon! which tie\ l Lag.> : jW; TUE I OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo 1 1Blile

Fi Augusta. Ga., walked out ot the institution i I i Kentucky, and Andrew ..Jomun'a! '.-,.- ..d.1 .,. they; ,;lid, no)* hake: the,! ; r....- ;)if his mother tramped thrr i,:larf-r- ri ] (iT'. "eeIi 1 I'J) : ;

r ; native of North ::.pp..rr., i.-nt: and if the do n.'! doMJ i
in a body. Is.i Carolina and a citizen : n: a century: a. :-). A' t'.e'! conclusion
t tt of \\ ,tiI1: a gi\nn: *:m.iO ttl: fLIE: (th'>; 'ALA WEEKLY BANNER and The &ivan-
\ Fk Tennessee:: at the time he was coair.ittPtin : : ft" he address tin pre:-id''ir:. vas dr.: : : :

i [: Gentlemen who write "nature i'; president it really sounds:: a little "J jail! for conv t..,. 'i \\ etklNews.] one year. . . . *- i- .I> j

: books" : that these woild: i>e a novel! IJ-qr.'d.ng. t:, JUhrJJraps ,:
are prone to equip the wild strange; :: :: early abolitionists in'-rion. : 1

f : animal not only with more than human -.I I were southern men. Thonia.-?SerI !'r'p..r.' -;i t mp'}; ". ---- --- lal DAILY. 4'

k intelligence but with a college, I pnn wa; the first statesman m tie; .. Florida cantaloupes arm ('omiu;: .
TLf; X->\\ York E'.'. nmu! Mail has
education. | Un.t"d States to ..
Philadelphia Ledger. propose the uianuIn.iMtiii : : q'ire: freely I'r 'c being ah.t; _K carson
Miaunur"a;: crhaJa'rain th"
: of tile' slaw; ,
L : President Roosevelt it detemined[! -. -- -. -.- --- PI1Y arct: 'Ir. Ar fcrv these! : eablihnioiu the ula! .;"rr.is Vt;"k. T'nvn: OJI'lHE tJCDAILY: BANNER and The Daily ;S.i

.., I .\ ;i were ivpop; ;Iir: and es- on- are comic:, very w J : <"lII! rV: News, one 'ear.L.: ,)'
not to give Oklahoma a "square deal" -; Ocala! Banner predict'-! ( J|
1 \\Jeca.lly; ; ta-cmas.n. to children and first of the:: \vfek the! )! rice for 'IIIE 1 ,
4a ,: because it is almost solidly democrat I lIe d Mature of Florida for I'm: !,l7 wentlin'o i DAILY BANNER and The Daily MJacksonville
fhf p.c": ';Tt : thay p\hibite were standards waS::. Tluy d'jJp.j la '
enure :
ic. President Roosevelt is as smooth office with the blowing: uf trump- : ; Times-Union one year..1 '.;i I O i
: .' i lets : !:; n't.a': :, pleasing and elexat.na; fo $:? 2-j. Lyon Bro :--a> ri-y+: bad I !
(' a political "trickster" as ever occu !" in praise of its members and .J "'
t : I I i with -sues but Jat: ;'fr' they have degeneratedand : .bj first six car from FI"! :ri'ia: and sa-: $ !1.E. OC.LV..ILY BANNER: and The Daily At- |1
the Ot!'t
.. pied president's office. man\ exclamations of indig '
i I'nation. The Jacksonville! Metropolis, ba\e b, come vicious and more or I they will!! receive from :: :'> >: cans a fa J lauta Journal one year . . . . .8.50 \;

"" i- Editor Stovall. of the Tampa Trib- i. for instance, says that its record is !leis depraving and the Mail has be- '!'day until the close of the s,1ason.F ;, > ''' !1 Journal; _l ( including: Sunday), one year .f 10.00 I 1
t gun its crusade none too soon. !j Young & Co. are receding; liberal I'

"'- .f' 't,. d une, and Metropolis Editor Carter are, having of the a Jacksonville lit ,other most unenviable newspapers and of the a great state many con- ;! |! shipments of their Eden Gem melonswhich V\I: THE: OCALA DAILY BANNER and Atlanta Daily j!

j Supple a man had purchased from are giving excellentatisfac:
tle '
disputation through their respec- tainn notices along the same lines.1: | !
.jA.' the stare under the j tion.. 1i 1
tive newspapers and Editor Claude But this has been the fate of nearly act allowing acts : .
t L'Engle of the Tallahassee Sun, has every Florida legislature for the past I,| ual settlers to buy land at 23: cents i j Thursday Olivit Bro had the fir:: '- - --- 1

his editorial epr acre, furnishing, say two hundred car of cantaloupes from the OeaJa ,
k pencil sharpened againstall I decade or more. Our judgment is I i,

r. t comers and goers.A j that the legislature which finished its names to have deeds made to; and:section. They showed upA-ell! and! ;
t,: ( 'then these should be recorded, along sold for $2 to $_:!.50 for standards. Th j

..t. f'l't. ." typographical error in the printing I I course Friday was an average_ one. !i i with a single deed selling to the one !' firm has nine cars rolling from th' a in !
I, of a law recently enacted by the Editor Ferguson, of the New York! man all That the 200 had purchased.i: Ocala section and will: I bn heavy n' Lnat

legislature of Tennessee nullifies it. Defender, a newspaper devoted to civ-j Couldn't this sort of a trick have been i j cantaloupes from Florida and Geor('a

f t r. The act was printed as follows: "An I ic righteousness, has been to Panama I j I i played And wasn't it? Lake City 1!I his season. They will handle in

Index. Justice brand from Albany, Ga.. ..
:\ Y act to prohibit gambling and horse on a tour of investigation and cur.trolled
f ( s. racing It should have read; "An the cities of Colon and Panama says are I by the National Produce Distributing ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED J

act to prohibit gambling horse just There is one mighty good thing to I Co., of which the firm i ia a
on one ,
: I big saloon and that the"cajnal
i" cs ..' races." J! zone", though under the domination I, say about Albert Gilchrist. If he is .!; member. This firm will also be hea-:,, "New York and Florida Special"
I:. : I and [ elected governor of Florida it will be ivy in watermelons this! season.-New I j ,
j control of the United States i 1 I
I- A mass meeting was recently held I 1!'a perfectly safe bet that he will give York Produce News. I II f H AND
government, is a cess poll of pollution 1
f I in Gainesville asking the Atlantic a "party" at least once a week during ,
and a veritable hell.
., t. Coast Line and the Seaboard Air Lineto I Editor Fergu-j I his entire administration. He'has a ,I Tallahassee dispatches to the 1

build a Union station in that city. son saw Roosevelt more in a minute than President -j! "heart as big as a haystack and his i{ Times-Union report that on Wednesday -, Chicago and Florida: Limited" }

I f Dy the way. when is the. Atlantic saw during his en-I friends have often felt its beneficent i!1 of last week Gen. A. W. Gilchrist _

.! Coast Line going to build that new tire trip to the isthmus. Perhaps he i I throbs.-Jacksonville Floridian. I I was invited to sit beside the presidentof .I
:. freight depot in Oeala I turned himself loose and the president's I the Florida senate while that body! SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS, STEAM HEATED "

: It official position prevented him I, Hon. Geo. G. Mathews says that he I Ii was in session, and on accepting was AND ELECTRIC LIGHTED DINING 4

! : t I Everyone is in favor of compulsory from doing so. l i is in receipt of letters urging him to I Ii I greeted with a round of I ALSO ; CARS ,.j

I taxation: : for support of the public I j'i enter the lists for the gubernatorial 1 I! Thus does the appearance apPlaUSl-.1.
'\ ; C. M. Gray: Jr., director of the St. I'nomination' 1
schools but the state legislature is i and it has given him an I ture governor arouse
t tf
Peters Episcopal church choir "Florida and West India "
opposed to compulsory attendance on the entertained i' inspiration that he has not felt in I i i enthusiasm.-Punta Gorda Herald. I Limited" TO THE! .

the part of the tax payers children. i members of that organization -j years, and he may decide to measure [
f fI at the ij
r. : Some day we will hate a compulsory i rectory; Thursday evening. i lances with the distinguished gentle- 'j Mr. R. Hudson Burr in his second ,
f.I: ; education law and then people will 1' Each member present had some part I! men who have been named as candi- campaign for railway commissioner,I "New York and Florida -
on the I Expres11 E A. T
which f
program added S
f' wonder at the purblind public sentiment I' this high office.It explained that he had not accomplished -! j
t to the evening's enjoym-nt. Some I ,'
i .- which tolerated the old system the things that he had desired to'
,. 110 /:.' so long.-Pensacola Journal. I gave musical recitations while others I' is probable that the bones of accomplish during his first term because TO THE Dixie .
gave readings, etc. Refreshmentswere Ponce de Leon have \ Flyer"r
long since return- he was a minority on the board. I! \

ii:i ir fi Chairman Burr of the Florida railroad served. The choirmaster entertertain.s !Jed to the dust. But there has been Now, he is a majority member the WEST '\ and "MONTGOMERY .a

, i t commission has announced his the choir each year, soon after money appropriated to locate the j! president of the board, and, to employ II 1 ROUTE 1

candidacy: for governor. In view of Easter, and the event of Thursday bones of Ponce and move them to St j the phrase of the street, "is the whole ---'-- ,

the fact that it was heretofore understood evening is now looked upon as Augustine, and somebody has got to I! cheese," be wants to get off of it. Of Pullman Affet Cars to New York Chicago r
i'r an annual occurrence. This year's do it because it is in the bill. LouIs and Augusta, Ga.,
in certain quarters that Albert -Miami i course this will mean and need more nd Intermediate Points. Pullman
entertainment was a pleasure to all. News. I Dining Car Service. :
Jennings would be the administration -St. explaining.A For ticket, reservations or information -
Petersburg call cm .
4 Independent. nearest Atlantic Coast Line
.i candidate, the announcement of Mr. Agent or I

: j Burr may be considered of more than From flowers Dr. Long is still firing broadsidesat light ray, more powerful than the J. W. CARR, T. P. A,
to lemons is not J. G. KIRKLAND
a President D P A.,
passing importance.-Fernandina Rec I long distance-ask ] Roosevelt. Among other I X. -ray, is said to have been discovered TAMPA, '
members-!things he charges! the president with I IpageriI1. will kill T. C. Flonda.'J...
i ord. ) the last legislature. which cancer germs. is WHITE, G. P. J,.,
; : W. J. CRAIG P, T. lL.VIUlIG .
: pure and eimplr to be hoped that tOO discovery Is tm. \ ; r


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,t Local and Personal I Mr. Oliver Buckner Howse has returned -. j Plan! Suggested for the Trial cf Civil'r Mr. Hugh Williams to Wed Miss Hum

f from a business trip to Kis- :j <;; Cases. phrey at Yarmouth, Maine I..

s-immee. To the Honorable uS., Blll'k.1 j -
! Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. ,
I 4..++4...444441.44.0..4.......44U4..... 1; Judge. Etc.: Mr. Hugh Williams leaves Ocala today

________________________ __ t j for the North
leaves today on
I Mr. John W. Pearson i; The undersigned members of the an exceedingly

Mr. Hal Eagleton, of Tampa, is in': for New York, where he: will remain j .1 .. ;I bar of Ocala would most respectfully happy and pleasant mission.On .

Ocala for short several weeks. I 1 .. I
a while. the
twenty-secend day of June
1f .
I j request your honor, in the disposition
iMr. Russell + ;10f the civil cases at the present term Mr. Williams will be married to Miss
George JIcKean has returned Capt. and Mrs.' Wiliam of j .. HOME .
i of court, to adopt the plan below Leila May Humphrey at Yarmouth.
trod,a business trip to South FlorIda !: Lake Weir, are the guests of Mrs.Ella : 0.
+ | outlined or some similar to the
I I I Maine. Miss
few Humphrey is the daughter
Hallsey a
: We want the Ocala Banner to find :
I end that the said cases be tried
I may !I of Capt. John Humphrey of the
I its into home in Marion *
Mrs. J. L. Smoak has returned way every ; and disposed of at the least expense United States navy, and is a charming
I. A. Pooser, trainmaster for I To this end have .
we engaged
home from a visit to her sister in j! and trouble to the litigants and to the and beautiful young society woman
the Gainesville district of the A. C.j I J the services of Mr. R. W. Ervin, one J 'I court.
South Carolina. '
in that
city. Mr.
L. is of the Ocala House. *
i a guest II I cf the county's most popular teachers, Our suggestion is that when thecivil Miss first
Humphrey met at Jersey
Mr. Dearboorn a former superintendEnt \ during the vacation period, to make a I docket is reached, the cases be
\ Mr. Lee Miller, of the turpentine City again at Charlotte, N. C., and
of the electric light plant, i j + tour of the county and give a heart- + called to ascertain whether the -
firm of Muller & O'Hara. at Morse, is I I later at Lake Toxaway, N. C., where
to-heart talk to the Mr. Er.
has returned to Ocala.. : people. wish trial or continuance, and
the city with Mr. Williams was the manager of the
spending a few days in vin has a horse and buggy and has al- I what cases have been settled, or will Sapphire Inn. After
Mrs. M. C. Dosh and children have his wife.. this hotel was
: this tour. We
ready begun making '
4 not to be for trial ; that the cases for destroyed by fire Mr.
J gone to Reynolds, Ga., where they hope that he will be welcomed and was
Mr. B. S. Weathers, after spendinga j'I trial then be set for certain days, to transferred to the Franklin at Bre- '
will spend the summer. that his mission will be successful. .
[ be tried those
on days.
few days in Ocala has gone to Tam-

Mr. T. D. Bryan, after spending i I pa, where he has accepted a position :* The Banner is a county newspaper. 4 I This plan is carried out very successfully vard.Mr.. Williams was a lieutenant in

several days in Ocala with his fami with the Exchange National Bank. Notwithstanding the fact that print- J I in the first, fourth, sixth and the: United States army. He served
i ing paper has nearly doubled in value j i other circuits
as as in the federal
one year in Cuba and three
ly, has returned to Mulberry.Mr. years in
I f
Mr. George Mackay went down to 4 and every item that enters into the |courts. It is practically impossibleto the Philippines. He took part in the !

where he will make-up of a newspaper has become get witnesses, of whom
Charles H. Lloyd: entertained a Dunnelon yesterday j many are famous Gilmore expedition and was a
build another phosphate mining more expensive the same as labor on business men residing at a distance,
few of his young gentlemen friends i member of the party that captured

with a stag party Monday night. I plant for the Buttgenbach Company.Mrs. + the farms and in turpentine camps JJ to attend trials where they must remain Aguinaldo's staff, wife and family.
and still the price cf 4
I phosphate pits
i I day after day upon the uncertainty He served six months among the _,
LaF. Hamilton, after a very I the Ocala: Banner is just the same and : of .
Tty editor of this paper wishes totbaa'l I reaching a case. cannibals and has sailed twice around :
Mr. John T. Lewis for a most delightful several weeks' visit to her I its pages have more than doubled.! Your honor will readily see that the: globe.

lucious watermelon which he left at sister, Mrs. L. J. Knight, in this city, i J Let us enroll your names en its sub- j litigants and their attorneys find it Mr. Williams was mustered out of -,

our office Monday. will return to her home in Gainesville I 2 scription barks, good people cf Marian i j almost impossible to be ready, unless' the army as a first lieutenant at the "

today. I county whom we lovingly address J I they know at what time any particular expiration of his enlistment. He
Mrs. Royal Cole and infant son, J as friends. I case will be called. We feel I made a splendid soldier and did signal

The weather is hot and dry. It is i sure that the plan will! be found i",
Munroe Chambliss, are now visiting most service while in the army. He has

k'. Mrs. Cole's sister, Mrs. Percy Williams just the variety of weather our cantaloupe I i i it 'I economical of time to the court, and been living in Ocala for the past six

at Pablo Beach. growers have been praying I the best calculated to save expense', months and has made many friendsin

for and we can stand any discomforts ......+4.*....*.+4..**M.. 4t44+t444i4444 4 !and prevent hardships and injustice s this city who extend to him their {

Come in and let us show yousome it may cause, so long as they : I to the litigants. best good wishes on the occasion of t

Theus- have got what they want and are sat I I H. L. ANDERSON,
pretty oak bed room sets. his approaching marriage.Mr. .

Zachry Company. isfied. I LAURIE T. IZLAR, and Mrs. Williams will leave

C. L. SISTRUNK, Yarmouth 1 immediately after their "3
C. A. .Liddon.
Mr. F. M. Harp of Citra, is under- The case against I I II --' E. W. DAVIS, wedding, and will spend a few days ,
with attempted bribery over
going a trial at Jacksonville for peon. charged some matter connected with the II I EUSTIS PLAYS BALL. I SIX THOUSAND FEET OF FINE I R. B. BULLOCK, with the groom's mother in New

age. Mr. Will Hocker is his attor- I !I : SIDEWALKS HOCKER & DUVAL York City, after which they will sailor -,
house, will be tried again to- I .
court '
The .from .Lake .Showed the
ney. Boys R. McCONATHY, Jacksonville oa the Clyde Line.
tried bbefore the last
day. It was Ocala Team How to Play Ball. I R. A. BURFORD
After the first of July Mr. and Mrs.
mis- Palmetto Park Lots Are Being Improved t.
resulted a
Mr. D. C. Acosta formerly of this term of court, I Eustis is a small town, but its baseball H. M. HAMPTON, Williams; will be at home in this cityat
city, has struck oil in the Indian Ter- trial. 1 at an Immense Cost T. E. BIGGS rx
I team is no inconsiderable part of the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Harry -
and is obtaining a thousand With nearly six thousand feet of
ritory, I R. L. ANDERSON, C. Dozier, on Oklawaha avenue.
The Ocala Banner sends out a sixteen it The Ocala boys entertained this
barrels a,day.J.iS I I tile and cement sidewalks, Palmetto 0. T. GREEN,
pag ';aper this week. \\ e justan't Eustis club on the ball diamond yes The Miami
I II Park, the new residence section on L. S. BECK, :Metropolis and several
much mat-
Dora Ellis after spending several help it. We have so I terday afternoon, and when the game EDWIN SPENCER, other newspapers in this state, perhaps
and choose from that we Earle avenue, or Lake Weir drive
weeks in Ocala, the guest of her ter to pick
L. N. GREEN. a majority of them, refuse to
had the limit the final score
the benefit gone of the most attractive r
readers to have I way, presents one
Marks has returned want
Mrs. C. A. ,
sister, print a communication however meritorious
showed that the visitors had won S
in real estate circles in
complimented offerings
of it all. We are being
to her home in Gainesville. Getting Things Mixed unless the name of the writer
for publishing so ex- to Florida. The immense amount of
from all sources
...t"\. home team had an off day and :i Judge B. H. Palmer of Lake City, is furnished to the editor as a mat
": of Mr. Neil Clark i cellent a paper. money the Jacksonville Development .
The many friends I most: of them did very poor work | is spending in improving who is known as tIle "Moses" of the ter of good faith. That precaution is :;

, will be glad to know that he is ableto I Little Miss Elizabeth Weatherbee,, in the field, which is accounted for 1 Company this high class residence section I Farmers' Alliance {Is mentioned as a not one of the requirements of the -

be down town for the first time the pretty and bright little daughterof I by lack of practice on the part of I'shows their faith in Ocala and is appreciated I probable candidate for governor. He Ocala Banner. It is the information '

since he was stricken with paralysis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weatherbee. I some of the members. At times they I by every citizen. The lots is a good man and has many friendsin it wants, and it cares' very little who :.

Mrs. R. E. Wishart returned home entertained a few of her little friends played good ball but in one or two in Palmetto Park will be placed on Northern Florida.-Polk County furnishes it. It is all the same when
her cele the ball around I Record. it comes out in print. If tbe information
Tuesday from Oak Hill, where she Tuesday afternoon to help innings they threw j saie at Condon's store, next to the
Many while the is of general and local interest
attend the wedding of Mr. brate her fourth birthday. the diamond promiscously, i pcstofiice. next Tuesday morning at
went to the number of murder why shouldn't it be printed if
Owing to ,
all sorts were enjoyed i steadily adding runs
Will Howse and Miss Janette Coutant. children games of visitors were ; 9 o'clock! and a big run will be made
, which these off j cases in Hernando county awaiting you have any news in your community -
I for several hours, after II to their score. However : on them. The low prices and easy 'I'
occasionally trial. Judge W. S. Bullock has called that is of local or general interest
cake and cream were l days come to all good teams : terms place this extra desirable prop-I
i ia special term of the court for that send it to the Ocala Banner, and it
Mrs. C. J. Phillips returned home and our team no right not trty within the reach of all while the
Howse is back line. j county for the first of July and as will not care whether the sender'sante :
Buckner in this
I sister. Mr. Oliver to expect" their share i values
T day from a visit to her i nar"iral! increase in realty is
, | &; Florida where he has well all during the dockets win! nor l.e finished up in is John Smith or Billy ,Ties: .
South Some of the boys played
Oak from for the
in md make pur-
:Masters Lu to money
Arthur :
I ; i tins ,a >t-cial term of the If the information itself i"i of .' jorjtance -

after his stock of cattle double county -i
I' been looking the game, two pay Con :
i We regret to learn that Mrs. :Mastersi I chastr, Call on the agents at
inhabit what is ordinarily thera. eo'trt will be called for this county I Thar id ail that is requ'rh"
which credited
ill with typhoid fever. : being don's store and get a plat. and then
Still! critically the Kissim- ; early in Septfntfxr. The uncompleted -j Ocala Banner. however, in I, :feat!
along Wt-l!! but
La splendid range All the played j out and look at the beautiful lots I .
go condition of the court house par to all i articles that a.: to
o ,,' Mr. David D. Dick son, of Atlanta, II mee river but the long, protracted work of Hutchins. shortstop: deserves and pick out the ones you will buyi ;i 'I
i 'print. .', .
and ha; interrupted the holdings of the It will not print : "orI
winter spring
arnve.l in the cityesterday to relieve drouth of the past special mention. Hea> over nth,: ale! opens next Tuesday. I
the cattle i I COt'left.' for the past:: thre" terms things calculated to stir ;i.p: .. : ood
who will disastrous to whenever the hall vas *
I. t>Ut. Hugh Williams, I was quite the diamond. : Priors range from $150 to r !w\ and j
Howse ;i and on &cf:ounr :.f which a special: j and do injury to a communit. o a
Mr. sayshowever
ebsent be in the right I
leave today for Maine to be I and many perished. hit, and happened to r.nii: are ten per cent. down! andine '
heavy rains I term is necessary. The special term family though the communicai ". beigned
that time.
the right
weeks. place at five
for several I I ::kulars per month, or percrnt.
I have fallen and the cattle that survived played the quality of bal: the home ", discount for cash. I will clean up both dockets. by a dozen people.

Will Taylor has returned home the drouth are looking veryfine. in practice.
Mr. team always puts up
The entry of R. Hudson Burr in the The Lakeland Sun thinks
month's stay at Daytona The drouth was something unusual The I Trial.
I from a i scorF'Eustis Another Murder race for governor adds interest to Trammell was the author of the first
I Beach. His many friends will be glad and its duration unparalleled.In . .< u, u :2 t' :24 f< "-v The circuit court was engaged near- franchii-e bill introduced intbe
j that contest. and the gubernatorial tax ever
'I he has entirely recovered . ()01ooQ10 t I I I
to learn that Ocala u ly all day Wednesday trying the case handicap promises to be one of the : legislature. Why, neighbor, they

I from his recent illness. Honor of Three Attractive Young Batteries: Ocala! Clark, Vogt and I of the State of Florida against Henry I most exciting features of the next I have been introduced regularly for

Girls. Bullock Eustis, Windom and Story. with murder. All
j ; McXeal, charged campaign.-Wa'ichula: Telegram. Yt'arsLake City Index.
j, Ben Cody has been made janitor of Mrs. J. B. Koonce will entertain on Umpire, Mr. Johnson. the parties: to the suit are cotored'i I .I ,

the court house and goes at the bus Friday afternoon in honor of her at- McXeal was defended by :} __ H _

in a way that indicates that he Minnie Stovall cf Miss Lutie Mete Hans-
iness tractive niece, Miss In Honor The state was represented by State ]

iss: ;oing to make a good one. The Miss Jean Austin and Mis Lutie Mote brcugh attorney E. W. Davis. j I ,, A" II

., buying is large and needs a good Hansborough. On Tuesday evening Mrs. Louis The following jurymen sat in 'he ,i >

janitor.A Duval entertained very delightfully in trial of the case: J. P. Holly, C F >

If all the members of the Ananias Waterman, S. H. Gaitskill. W. V Vest
large two-story residence at Silver entitled to become honor of her niece, Miss Lutie Mote !' fancy FREE
club and those Weathers L. B. Jordan, H. C. Gates

r.( Springs was destroyed by fire: members vote the democratic ticket. Hansbrougbs of Tampa, who is in the A. T. Swartz, R. 0. Connor, C. A. Fort, '! r-

r :yesterday afternoon. All the contents I there will be some hope There is al- city the guest of her aunt. Mrs. E. H. R. D Mathews, W M Dees. J H Lu-j i

were saved, but the building ways I a silver hums: Mote. ingston.At i i WITH EVERY SUIT
It was the prop '
j was a complete loss. --- -- Miss Gene the jury !
-- --- As the guests arrived 10 o'clock last night >

erty of Mr. Frank M. Brown. 1- Austin and Miss Mamie Stovall servo returned a verdict of murder in rLi )

and two.! TO THE CITIZENS OF MARION ed them with most_ refreshing fruit second degree. {
Robert L. Anderson
I Mrs. punch. For the next THIRTY DAYS we wil give a

- sons Leslie and Edward, left yesterif COUNTY : After all of the guests had arrived Guuilty cf Assault. S with
for Roanoke Va.. where they handsome and stylish Fancy every Sllen's
day the two captains, Miss Hansbroughand Walter Counts, colored, was t.i-i i

will visit Mrs. ..Anderson's daughter, Miss Alta Pearson, chose sides yesterday for "assault wiith intent :" Suit we sell. I. !-< v< ?< jt

:Mrs. Clifton Camp. Before returning You're sure welcome at our 1.
and for several hours charades were i murder The following persons served '

11 home they will visit the James store. In fact, we are very played.Those. [ as jurors: T. H. Harris. J. W Pt'-I j

X I*>7 town exposition. anxious to have you come in who enjoyed this lovely party kins, E. L. :Mills, B. F. Holly. \\'. H 'l These Fancy Vests are such as sell Every-

k \ and inspect the finest drugstore were Miss Alta Pearson, :Miss Durst and Edmund Jeffords. I

m"e had the pleasure of shaking in the South. Ophelia Gray of St Petersburg, Miss A verdict of "assault and bate} "

>%.anwith! the following persons where at $1.50 aid) $2,00 .
Marguerite Porter, :Miss Gene Austin was returned. The prisoner was defended ,
who were in the city '
from the Miss Elizabeth Newsom, Miss Lu- by Major L. T. Izlar.

;" Wednesday, having been called here : OUR PARCEL BUREAU cile Standley, Miss Jene Teague, :Miss The jury were out only a fev.ra.n: Has any store in this section ever offered a more sub
by the session of the circuit court

F. Z. Welhorner, L. M. Graham, C. P. We will be glad to take care Minnie Miss Carrie Swvall Pelot, Miss, Miss Beuie Annie Mclver.Atkinson utes. stantial inducement in connection with Men's Suits? >

.: Haycraft, Robert Holley and his son, i I of your parcel* while you are Messrs. Ralph Robinson. Marion A Delightful Picnic. Take advantage of it! >
J. P. oorman, J. T. .Lewis: J them in and
jy, j in town. Bring Pelot, Witherspoon and Richard Yesterday afternoon the following; -= list by send- >
:; p., -u. Beck and wife. of them, and ;
11 take care '
,I we Dodge, Clarence Meffert, Robert Anderson young girls, drove out in buggies to in"us a postal card. It will pay you
!: you won't lose them. William Bullock. Frank Harris links and enjoyed themsel'
Mr. Frank Gates will leave soon I the golf .{

for Lima, Ohio, where: he will spenda I Jr., Edwin Green, Norton Davis, the golf links and enjoyed a delight-1, GLOBE

month with his uncle and aunt, and OUR DROSS ARE All FRESH AND cURE) Frederick Hocker and Robert Ty- ful evening in the woods: Misses': THE ;

will also visit his grandparents in and yon make no mistake dings. Lutie Mote Hansborough, Alta pear-:it

Michigan for a short time before his when you buy your drugs of Delightful cream, served in canta- son Ophelia Grey, Marguerite Por- !' "IF IT' A GOOD THINS WE HAVE IL"t

,t return home. lie will take in the loupes, and cake were passed.Mr. ter, Jean Austin, Elizabeth Newsom-
I ns. Floridai
., -
: Ocala
\pl\mestown exposition during his -va Lucile Standley and Minnie Stovall. ,

'c.ation. and will probabbly return to Brigance makes a most atten- Mrs. E. H. Mote chaperoned the

Ocala about October first. Hunter Drug Company tive and excellent deputy sheriff. party. V W .


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GLEANINGS day: \'*:>it to our town, prospecting. ANTHONY'S -
: pronounced himself as well pleased i
Special Cor. Ocala Banner: ii i went to purchase a saw mill for the
I with the place and bought Mrs. Bush's Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
:c Miss Dora Smith, after a few weeks' i Hilton Lumber Company, which will Special to the Ocala Banner: Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
cottage on the hill and secured There i:, now drawing to a close
visit to her brother and sister-in-law, I! options i be put up near where Mr. Polley's Never within the memory of the I am glad to say that our little town
on several other places. We )! one of the best shipping season Anthony I
S Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith, of Ocala, mill was burned, and they will pro- oldest inhabitant were the farmers r is on a boom.
i understand it is Mr. Kibbe's intention has ever enjoyed in her entire truckers of
I ae Fairfield
and her sister, Mrs. Oliver McDonald, ceed to do business as soon as the around Reddick quite so busy as they I are 51:1,.
to locate several families history. Not only' was the ping lots of
here. vegetables
acreage and
of Griner
llIf Farm, returned I receiving
to her
mill arrives, which is hoped will not are this summer. The crack of the
T Grabamville last Wdenesday. Mrs. John W. Brown will leave us very large but the yield was abund- I I large l checks for the same.

A On Friday evening June 7, the mar : within the next ten days for Philadelphia ant, and prices ruled high during the be long. I whip and rattle of wagons are heard i I Mr. W. J. Lohrig, the lumber man

S riage of Mr. Hatton Howard of Gra- : and Atlantic City, N. J., to visit entire season. The bean crop, ai- Miss Carrie Odum _came down from I from the first peep of day until far I of our town, is doing a rushing bU30

I : hamville and Miss Margaret Stilwell !I her sister. From there they expect tojourney 'I taough somewhat retarded at first by Ocaia Tuesday to be at the party at into the night. This is partly due to iness. .\

was solemnized at the home of the .i i | the drouth, yet the rains came in the residence of her sister, Mrs. La- the fine crops of tomatoes and cantaloupes Miss Edna Gatrell. Miss

bride's aunt in Brunswick. Ga. The by ea5)stages to the Pacific I i ii ; time to make a surprising Yield. and: |i nier. at this place. I J I coupled with the excellent Smith and Mr. D. A. Durgois attended
I[i cooast, where their
happy young couple will make their i i father is in theoil !I cantaloupes have astonished every- Miss Ella Lyles visiting her aunt, I prices for whicfa they are selling andto I church at Flemington Sunday morn.

home on the Oklawaha river steamer, j: business. Mrs. Drown expects to !I one. One of our smaller truckers said j \Irs. True Whittier of Tampa. Mrs. I j the scarcity of laborers. Every ing.The

"William Howard," of which the: I, be gone one year. My, won't John !,t he could load a car himself if he only j Whittier has been here visiting and II I negro man, woman and child who I Woodmen camp at Fairfield is

( tandsome and popular groom is the be lonesome? i: could get them gathered. The warm j returned Monday accompanied by.! can and will work is putting in full progressing nicely.

commander.Born I Mr. Isaac Nichols is i weather is rushing the fruit to maturity Miss Lyles The surprise party at i time at high wages, and as many more The truckers organized a Farmers'
moving !
to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey !i Hallock to the and causing a scene of great: I' Mrs. learner's Tuesday night was I ,could find employment if they couldbe Union here last Saturday evening. We
Smith, Ocala, on Monday evening, ; place, which he recently -: activity everywhere. Crate material t greatly enjoyed by all. Games were j procured. bope it may prove of benefit to tae
June 10, a son. Mother and child doing purchased from McGehee and I is very scarce, and it is thought that: indulged in until midnight, when the I Mayo Bros have a field of 200 farmers.Dr. .

cf. nicely. Harvey is happy. Mayo. As a trucker and grower of ,' thousands of crates of cantaloupes j: crowd dispersed, only sorry the pleasant -, j;acres of cantaloupes which buyers G. G. Randall is doing quite a

Mr. Pat Randall left on Monday for I early garden produce it is hard to : will be lost in the fields because 01 : evening had come to an end. Ice I J ronounce the finest in the state. l large business here in the dentistry

Jacksonville. Mr. Randall's eye is always -! beat our friend Isaac, and his lack of crates in which to ship them. i) cold leminade and cake were served, :i! rhey began skipping last year on the 'l Une- COW BOY.

on the alert for new enterprises, |I home will afford new Since April 211 to the present time : and greatly enjoyed.Mr. I th of June. On that date this year I
and his host of friends here are im-j excellent land : i iI the depot has presented a busy scene i Robert Polley came down from they: had shipped twenty-seven car- In the case of J. M. Faircloth! charg-

patiently awaiting his return from j I'and plenty of it on which to raise early i!I ;and many hundreds, and up into the:: :Ocala to take charge of the sawmill 1 oads, and they and others estimate 14 14hat sd wih the murder of D. C. Wade, af-
tte metropolis. I I j ng tablQS. The home place] is one !11 thousands, of packages of vegetables i( belonging to McGehee and Mayo t they had from 15,000 to 20.000 j t:er being out all night, the jurv. fAI .

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith spent 'of the quaint landmarks of our town. j and cantaloupes leave here daily by. near here. Mr Freeman. who was crates still in the field the first of I turned verdict Wednesday morningof --

Wednesday of last week in the Brick i I Quite a number of our people went i: express, besides- a number of refrigerator -i running the mill, accepted a position this week. Lyon Bros. are handling "manslaughter. His attorneyswill

City. While there they were the j lover to the Oklawaha river to fish last I cars each day. with the Hilton Lumber Company. them in a very satisfactory manner. I I appeal for a new trial, ,and if

guests of their son and daughter Mr. 'I Saturday. Among them were Messrs. ; Mr. E. P. Hutto. the agent, and his :. We wish Mr. Polley much success in I It is reported that their first three I the appeal is denied will carry tl e

and Mrs. Harvey Smith, on Sanchez I Joe Whisenant, Ed Pelot and J. T. ;iasaistants, Goodwin Graham and i his undertaking., carloads sold for $1400 each. Geo. M. I case to the supreme court. and as the

street. .. and Tom Haynes. They visited Mr. Floyd Chitty, keep this large volume I Long and others have fine fields of I case is now, under the verdict ou

Grahamville is well represented in Oscar Hightower's place on Heather ';'or" business moving with the regularity r! THE NEWS OF SHADY cantaloupes. The quality and size I jury, a bailabble one, bail will iJ '

Ocala this week. !I Island. and fished to their hearts con i of clock work. I are much better than usual. given during the pendency of the'

Criminal court is in session and the i tent. We will all go again when occasion -!I As many as five livery outfits from I Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Tomatoes also are yielding splendidly i I case and Faircloth will be released

'. following Grahanivillians are there as i: affords is the verdict. i Ocala, besides automobiles, have been lOur farmers are very busy these and prices are satisfactory I from prison, where he bas been close-

witnesses and jurymen: P. L. Durisoe.! Mr. Frank Ramsdell was a welcome I|i here at one time, bringing buyers and I days, laying by corn and shipping I I the growers. : ly confined for the past three months.

Z. M. Graham, Rotert, Frank and Sid I visitor in our town from Levon Sat- '$[ Others. looking after the interests of vegetables. Of the latter Mr. J. H. J. Mr. C. M. Cam had as a tenant a i

., Holley, Hugh Stanaland. Allen Gibson urday night. He reports that Mr. i their houses for produce. It is the Counts heads the list, he having already young man from Georgia who became Wesley Spates has opened up a
} Alonzo Long, William Deas. X. A. consensus of I shipped GOO of
'" and Mrs. Grace arrived in Vermont | opinion that more mon i crates tomatoesand dissatisfied about the beginning of fruit and confectionery store at Fairfield
Fort, Fred Wellhorner, J. C. Pillans ey has been received here from I iI expects to reach the 1000 mark
.. safe and sound and that playing pro- the shipping season and sold his crop I and has in connection a cool
and W. P. Moorman.Mr. elor is real fun and affords bach'l duce than for years, if ever before. before the season is over. He is get- to Mr. Cam for $100. The bean crop drink dispensary that will no doubt
Ned Williamson of Lake Kerr noI I Many ting some good returns.
discomforts strangers are here both white reimbursed be
whatever. All of which him for his outlay, and appreciated by the public.
passed through Grahamville Monday! we believe, with I and colored, looking for employment.which Mr. J. T. E. Gaskin can justly boastof to the 11th
,,, a grain of salt. Mr. ; up inst. he had deliveredto
en route to the Brick City. Ramsdell reports Dr. i! is easily found. Some are casting his fine crop. When it comes to Lyon Bros. lOOt SPECIAL NOTICEI -4
I Slaughter as recovered -' crates of tomatoesat
Miss Nettle Lisk. who has been attending from about now for lands for anotner corn beans and potatoes he cannotbe 1.25
J his recent sickness, anu per crate f. o. b. at Reddick,
the Florida Female College at : I year, and good land is in. demand. beat. have located
also that Mr. J. D. Scruggs is now and bad as many more to deliver by at Citra, Fla., for the
Tallahassee, returned home last Fri. / ,quite sick.Another. Land is being bought up east of town Misses Edna and Mamie Counts attended the 20th inst., when his contract with practice of medicine and surgery. My ,

day. Mis Lisk was one of the 1901.! real estate deal on west of .for a phosphate company, which is preaching in Ocala Sunday them expires.Mr. office is located on the east side of

graduates, and she is being showered J 1 t own in which one of our prominent ;said to be planning to begin work morning. : D. H. Irvine was in our villagea Greeley street. in the little cottage

with congratulations and best wishes I ]nelon growers sold his farm for a :! here! shortly. Every indication pointsto Miss Lora Douglass left for Wildwood i short while on Tuesday morning. first door north of Mr. C. W. Driver's
by her numerous friends. 1 a phosphate plant in full Saturday, where she will clothing
blast and
f. I ;snug amount to one of our best_ rut.. at \\'e are glad to be able, __ rr__ :_mnonnf'P____ dry goods store and .inst
, There will be a picnic at the homeof zens, and will now try his fortunes' -w *in j no distant day. to be followed by others for a few days with her friend, Mis? that he has about recovered u from the oposite'City Park. All calls day 'or--

.l-_ Mr. and Mrs. HEnryY.. Perkins 'I' other fields. later. so says Madam Rumor. An Mabel Rutland. effects of the injuries he recSved by night will be promptly responded t).
'C" i on Scrub Lake, Friday June 21. Everybody And still I agent i.out now hunting hands to Mrs. J. M. Douglass has as her Telephone calls for
I one or two more deals to being struck ban automobile whilein the present Fll
is invited to come and be pulled off in the near future. I prospect for phosphate. G. guest her sister, Miss Harriet Simpson Richmond, Va., attending the be received and delivered bcentra'
reunion -
!," bring well filled baskets. This picnic -i And the live subject before the and her niece, Miss Jessie Cameron of the Confederate veterans. at depot of S. A. L. railroad, Citra.
, is an annual affair, given in hon house is i EVINSTON BOARDMAN AND Mc.I Weirsdale.. Fla.
: "Who His
is be friends Respectfully
::' to our new thought he was killed ,
;y., or of Mrs. Perkins' birthday, which teacher?" I INTOSH Mr. Joe Fort of Ocala was a callerin 6-14-lm M. 1
first M.
but he CONNER
BABY. was taken -to a hospital M D.
occurs on the 21st. our burg last week. ; -- j I(
J. August 7th marks the day of Mr. FORT McCOY I I Spcial Cor Ocala Banner: Some of our young people attended I but where he revived in an hour or two, --- ----

. Perkins' birth, and that day, too, is I I ITEMS 1 iI I i i Mrs. P. K. Richardson and children services in Ocala Sunday evening. was unable to leave the hospitalup PROFESSIONAL CARDS

, annually celebrated with a picnic.In I[ Special to the Ocala-Banner j I i returned home from Sampson City We are baring some very hard I to the time he returned home. He <

the days of long ago, in the old At last we have some definite rail-J j I where they visited her brother, John winds for June: in fact, it has beena I the says Stuart he witnessed the unveiling of w. H. POWERS, M. D. .

pioneer days, when this section of road news for this place: as )lr. E. P. Wolfenden. and family. very peculiar season all along. We ';' to 10 JIJOO monument. when from 75.- -

Florida was but a wilderness with I Renrz. president of the Rentz Mr. John S. Richardson went to have not had any weather so but people were present, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. .,..

"heap big Injuns" and but a few settlers ber Company has told some of LlIm-1 the.'I Gainesville Saturday morning to meet ly hot as we had in March. the Davis that he missed the unveiling of -

friends of the Perkinses began citizens to make preparations for a ,: his son. Will Richardson, who is traveling Rev. Atkisson pYeached a intense-I' which monument, the processionto Office Yonge Block.
was ;
these annual picnics. Mr. and Mrs. 1 vegetable crop next season. as his; over the state. ind stopped intiatnesviiie teresting sermon Sunday OF].VATI, rw ;* TT,. _hours u in passing a OCALA, WI_rtrn!
--- 0 '-u puiuu. xie A.''''''''
Perkins are old and feeble now, and road would be ready to transport the l for uuaay. this place taking his text from Matt. was also compelled ::i.
I to abandon his T.
it is a great pleasure to us to celebrate -I same by winter. Walker Bros.. who Cantaloupes. tomatoes and Boston 8:19 20, 21. We noticed some visitors trip to Washington, D. BIGGS.

their respective birthdays. Long i have the contract to grade the roadto I squash are going out from Evinston in attendance. We hope they C., and to the Jamestown Exposition. l
may they live. Palatka. are rushing things, and in considerable quantities.Miss will come again. speaks in the highest terms: of the ATTORNEY AT L W. -.'

Mr. Walter Sewell of Astor Park is informed the correspondent that they I Crawley of Social Circle, Ga., Mr. Allen Bridges accompanied Rev.A..sson attentions he received from the people .

here on a visit to friend. Walter would have the grade to Fort }McCoy'I visiting her uncle, Mr. Bartow Hester -. to Shady Sunday afternoon. with whom he was stopping and Law Library Building.

came home via Ocala. I met him en in two months, and then a passenger j I and family. CHARES. from those connected with the hospitaL OCALA. : FLORIDAE.

'. route, and the first question was: coach would be put on to run from Frank Haster who has been assistant He speaks eloquently of the W. 1

"When was the capitol moved to Ocala here to Ocala.It to his father at Evinston for three NEWS OF ORANGE SPRINGS.. splendid style in which the city of DAVIS.

from Tallahassee?" My answer was: is said that there will be years or more. is now agent at Or- Richmond entertained the old soldiers -

That's the new court house, Walter; thousand people here wanung houses a ange Lake. We can wish him nothing Special to the Ocala Banner: and says that the fare furnished to ATTORNEY AT LAW

we'll get the capitol in time." and places to board within six better than that he may be as Orange Springs, Fla.. June 11th. them was equal to that furnished by -

Pansy, you and Blue Bell and An months. There are but few vacant accommodating and popular with the Our little village is on a boom. Several the highest-priced hotels, and much Gary Block.

nie Eff are treating us mighty mean. houses here now, and we expect a people of that community as his father transient boarders in the past better than could be obtained at an OCALA FLORIDA

We delight to read your letters. Write rush in a short time. Tat-_? ir.v Pnm X.VUUC. is at Evinston, or wherever he may three weeks.A ordinary were city restaurant. If there R. -D., rr...,...... ...

We have the land, and all that is be sent as an agent. party from Johnson came over no pleasant memories connectec I n.DENTIST

soon.While in Ocahi rriday evening, we needed is the people to cultivate it. Mrs. J. Andie Bouvier and children last week, spent the day at the spring with the four years' conflict lingering; Over Munroe ,

attended the organ recital at the Messrs. Redding and Morrison were came up from Ocala last week to visit and ordered dinner sent to them from in the old soldiers' hearts, the re-un OCALA, .& Cnanliss' Bonk '
ion .
., Methodist church. The music, we I here last week. and bought a fine lot her parents Dr. and Mrs. W. M. the Porter House. Last Friday a par- at Richmond in 1S07 will always FLORIDAJ.

; thought, was the sweetest we had I of beef cattle for the Ocala and Dua Richardson, but was called back ty came from Hawthorne and greatly be an event that will be remembered E. CHACE, D. D. S.

ever heard. nellon markets. I home on the third day of hr'isit. ... enjoyed the day at the spring. In the the with pride and pleasure. Judging by -

Col.. Robert F. Rogers has returned Stock cattle suffered more here on account of her husband'b illness. afternoon the citizens had an ice numbers that assembled there it: DE-'ST. .

from Lake City. I last winter and spring than for several Miss Bettie McCarley has returned cream feast under the oaks in frontof !i will be a long time yet before the last -

Mr. Samuel Long made a flying trip years, owing to so much dry cold home from Tallahassee, where she the old Globe House. "old Reb" shall answer to roll call Holder Block. .

to Ocala Monday.A weather, but are in better condition was attending the State College. I Mr. Charlie Thomas, wife and baby down here. OCALA, _

pleasure bunch from Ocala came now than for many years. Marshall and Louise Bouvier are up are here for several weeks to enjoy Mr. Geo. M. Long's baby. has been FLORIDA

down via Capt. Clark's pleasure boat, What! Our new court house need- with their grandparents at Hill Crest bathing in the springs. very sick for two weeks. MISS FLORENCE BRIGGS.

the Josephine. one day last week and ing repairs so soon! So says the for the summer. Mr. "Soony'Townsend from Lake Mr. J.V.. Wison's babe, who was -

spent a few delightful hours at the grand jury. Mr. Clark Walkup Is at home from Butler, will be here this week with very sick some weeks ago, has entirely I >.) t.SOGRAPUER & TYPEWRITER.

Ramsdell orange grove at Connor. Owing to the marriage of Captain Baltimore where he has been attending his family to remain all summer.I recovered.J. .
"bunch" was composed of Rev. Howard the i a medical college. .. M. Shealy lost
-.e steamer William Howard think there will be a good many his $250 mare Commercial Bank.
and Mrs. C. C. Carroll and little will not be on schedule time until Mrs. Humphries, wife of the Presbyterian visitors here this summer. l last week. Death supposed to be I OPAI .\, FLORIDA .

daughter, Mrs. J. W. Crosby Misses next week, as she will only come as minister of McIntosh, has Miss Bessie Porter, of Hawthorne, caused from heavy hauling when her -

Ethel Crosby Victoria Raysor. Louise I far up the river this week as Dexter gone to visit her daughter in South visited her mother here last week. 4 colt: was only six or eight weeks old. -

of Ocala, and ]Landing. c Carolina.: Mr. Ferguson, the
HarrJt, Jean Teague We are having dry, hot weather well-ausur mln,
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Mrs. Dean of Plant City. )lrs. Crosby We are pleased to note the Improvement even the nights are hot. for was in Reddick Wednesday looking. Fishel'sMondayEmbI'ojI

of Martin and Miss Barnes of Baxter, in the Sunday school here., BELLEVIEW BRIEFS There is no sickness, only a few wells hands to assist him in putting in I .
Ga. CHATTEN Cnr l. both in attendance and lessons. old chronic cases. at the Johnson and Cromartie I
Miss Special Cor. Ocala Banner: turpentine $ ,
Murphy of Lilley. I certainly quarters He has
DeSoto The enjoy reading the dear had to
BELLEVIEW WHISPERS county, who has been attending col town'was not surprised this old Banner. SIC SIMPER TYRANtS suspend work for several days on
account -
lege in North Carolina, while 'morning to hear the sad news of the 1 of lack of help. i
on her
Special to the Ocala Banner: way home has death of Mr. D. R. Dana the oldest Mr. Harris, our
stopped o2 here to Picnic at Buck Pond June 23 new wheelwright
Mr. L. W. Drew of Ocala. one of spend some time visitor of Belleview. He has come and blacksmith has
with relatives We have been an increasing
and requested
the largest property owners in and friends. and gone to Belleview for the last to an- ronage and his work is pat- -
r nounce that there will be a giving
around Belleview, is a visitor to our Mrs. J. A. McLeod twenty years, and for the last few picnic and faction. sati-
has basket
gone to Live dinner at Buck Pond I BARKIS.
.. town and is stopping with Mr. Gates.It I. Oak to visit her mother. years has made it his home, as he June 2Sth. on Friday

is thought that a large deal is on Mrs. J.V.. Stevens was too feeble to travel much. He It i$ nice when .
is There you
; visiting her will be a tournament grow things ery
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horse to
and that considerable cash has been confined to his be able to
the tapis, daughter, Mrs. J. C. Geiger, bed for several racing and send what you have I
at Dan- every kind of sport to to grown i/
weeks, but "
will change! hands. nellon. .L __ was quite strong tome make the day one of I and get good return*. s.-.
? i has it that Mr. Polley has iasr. He was fully recreation and -to feel ----- meltror ?-
Mrs. the
J Report C. B. McLeod of Live Oak is prepared and pleasure. satisfaction of know. SaleEdging
sold his mill site, barn and all out- visiting Mr. McLeod her death came as a happy relief from ing that your long and hard
husband Everybody is bourss
at invited to be there of
buildings and all of the round timber Dexter. earthly suffering. His wife was pa toil have brought their
lj to the Hilton Lumber tient with him and never tired fortunately is reward. This,
on the ground Despite the peculiar weather of doing Jury for Next the case with
the Week. our
This is a move in the for his happiness. The etable gr,,. \'eg-
Company. crops are looking well funeral Tb ers and we or
and following hope Igsertiog
promise the
a will take persons have been good
1t 1- the location is a. good place Thursday prices they
; right direction, as y1eld. morning. He summoned to are receiving for
will be serve as jurors for next their 3 to 12:
buried duce pro inches
good one, a siding already in place, It is reported here that Peter Stan by the Masons, as he week. will keep up as long as there wide

tt.t. and enough round timber on the ley has actually reformed and was a member of that order for many J. }I. Blitch, Nathan a crate of anything to sbip. The Is
gone Mayo J. K.Iixson. .
ground for a long run. Success to to farming, and years. He was past the. 90th mile who toils is the man 5
we trust that it is D. B. Payne, George E. Snow, man who deserves to yards 39
the venture. true for of all things Florida and Marion post.Mr.. J. A. J. R. White H. H. Harold D. N. Bar- wear good clothes, live in good hous c
Freeman es
Mr. Kibbe of Fitzgerald, after a few and Mr. C H. and enjoy the
county need more farnier.s.i Co, G. E. Goolsby, Joe Alkin comforts and
; M.
: Hilton luxur.
returned ies L Five
r last of
night from Lne life. yards to
Little and J. P. Stephens. I'l The drones a customer
ought to be denied

fl I these privileges. M. Fishel.

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L REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS--OF : transfer $:;t'I'O' from the fire and wa charge; ; and would be subject to their cent penalty. $19.7.total.; : $217. f,, the city which should I bf- well! lichttd. : of 16.: . . . . 464.00 I i

+ THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN ter fund to the general fund. i direction the same as the sanitary which le.the commission of ten per Water !
in-I I
The following resolution, introduced spector is subject to the direction cent. shows an amount paid into the We have had filed with us itemize : Total receipts . . .$tSS .19

j Expenses\ of City Government Given by Judge McCcnathy, was adopted, I the sanitary committee, and the oth- treasury by the city attorney oi bills by the water company for water Disbursed during month . 399S.87

I in Various Departments-Purchase Mr. Rheinauer voting against it: II er employes of the city who are under $197.54. furnished to the city hall, city fin I 1

of Bonds Recommend- Whereas, there is in the treasury committee directions.The The city clerk's report hows cash station, jail and city pound and for !, Balance in treasury. .$ 886.32

j ed-Bills PaidIOfficial. I I to the credit of the sinking fund I II matter of sanitary inspector, from fire: department: sale! of horse filling the basin at the electric light t The treasurer's reports for the special :

i t ( .) $5236.27, and to the credit of interest there was a specific ordinance creat- $li.IU; cash front tax redemption,, I works. These bills are for the first i districts were approved and
j Tte city council held regular meet fund, $6198.72; and, whereas, we will I ing the office with certain powers and 1S1.S'o; cal from fines, street de three months of this year, ending; 1 show the following balances: J

I I need only $13So to pay interest due duties. This ordinance has been so partm nr. $142.5-3: cash from the sale ; March 31. and are in amount $23.18.1 Ocala $283.20; Pine Level, $1138.21; ;
ia at council chambers, Ocala Florida I i.
1I 1 I July, October, it is therefore ordered I II modified and merged under subse- of iron, city stables. $5.12: cash from We have also had filed with us a bil Fantville $19.99: Citra, $3U.' 3; 1 1

'I on this the 4th day of June, 1907. I that the city treasurer purchase one quent rules and health regulationsthat the street department. paving, $53.25. for $144.61, which is.an itemized state- Sparr $114.76; Electra, $210.05; Ft. -

Meeting called to order by the president $1000 electric light bond of the city it is a practical abandonment of making a total of 48272. I ment of the bills heretofore reported I King, $67.19; Cotton Plant, $137.43; 1

I roll called and following members I of Ocala, at 1.13 1.2, with accrued in- I sanitary inspector and the office has The city treasurer also filed hisI I by this committee, and is for water I Moss Bluff, $15.25; Charter Oak, $75; 3"'- _

present: J. '). Robe-tson, presi terest, and that the said treasurer is been heretofore elft to the discretionof summary report. showing that there I furnished the two drinking fountains Oklawaha. $2.90; McIntosh $50.44; !

advised and directed to purchase the sanitary committee and board i was paid scrip from the general fund, : of the city hall and jail and the city i Dunnellon, $99.84; Mayville, $55.84; ':

dent; T. J. Owen, L. W. Duval, \. G. eight $1000 general fund bonds of the of health, under whose direction he $1832.16; paid scrip from the fire and : market. We request that this be Griner Farm, $:!-I5.35; Candler, $17.83;

Gates D. E. Mclver, R. McConatLj, C 1 city of Ocala at 109 and accrued interest performs his duties. water fund, $290.21; paid scrip from ferred to the city attorney with re-I Blitchton, $185.73; Capulet, $4.82; J

Rheinauer and C. K. Sage, coincil- and pay for same out of above Very respectfully: the electric light fund. $ 283.25. making : quest that he report as to the I Orange Lake. $30.20; Fairfield, ;

men.Ir.. Carmichael arrived niter interest and sinking funds. I T. E. BIGGS, City Atty. I a total of $4405.62. I liability on same at the next meeting; $102.21; Pedro, $17.11: Belleview, 1

roll call. Too city clerk's report shows disbursement : of the council. $119.37; Reddick, $26.27; Weirsdale, s
; Too matter of obtaining the cost of To the City Council of Ocala:
for the month of May in I Yours respectfully, .09 Buck Pond
$90.10 Fellowship,
; ;
. ; Minutes of May 21, 1907, read Ml an official map of city and also gradesfor Your judiciary committee has con-
the various departments a total of i L. W. DUVAL Chm. $15.34; Martel, $73.06() ; Linadale, :
t approved. streets was again called up. Mr. sidered the above opinion of the city
$4081.71. This report is duly certified THOS. J. OWEN.J. $40.06; Oak Hill, $30.24; Cottage Hill, :
1 Upon motion, duly cirri id, the foivu Robertson stated Mr. Venable, a civil attorney and coincide with his views.R. I ,
I by the clerk, and is attached D. ROBERTSON. $48.92; Kendrick, $30.20. Totals, I
lowing bills were read and ); eled engineer, was present; whereupon McCOXATHY, Chm. 1 I

I paid: I rules were waived and Mr. Venable I It L. W. DUVAL. *il hereto. The above reports are duly I Upon motion of Mr. Mclver, seconded $2532.78.The ;< '
receipted by the treasurer. board adjourned to meet the
Westinghouse Lamp Co., $H ;). t addressed the board relative to making CHAS. K. SAGE. ; by Mr. Carmichael, and carried, '

Knight & Lang $1.30. i the map heretofore referred to June 4, 1907. The treasurer's report shows a bill of C. J. Weaver for $300 for the I first Tuesday in July. !
balance on June 1, 1907, of $20,639.3t,1 W. D. CARN :
Westinghouse Electric -.d jttuu. and also grading of streets, and City Council of Ocala, Florida: I loss of mare and colt in city pound Secretary. ,i
which amount includes a receipt from I i
facturing Co., $5.20.Westinghouse agreed to give his services to the city Gentlemen-Replying to the question -j was refused. .j.
the bond trustees for $900 worth oi :
LampCo., $42 ">'I. in getting up this work at a salary of referred to me at last meeting of I Marshal reported $1S overplus for: I Teachers Who Successfully PassedFollowing ;

,ef. K. Grocery, $225.McIver I $125 a month and stated also that it the council, as to term for which Mr. general bond coupons, numbered from' sale of cattle impounded had been I I the Examinations ;
1 to 27, and from 37 to 45, numbers
I & MacKay, $24.83. would be necessary for him to em- Bennett was elected as superintendent turned over to city treasurer. i I i
II inclusive, and $1076.50 interest cou
E. C. Bennett, petty cash account, ploy two hands to assist him in the of the electric light plant, I desireto The matter of awarding tbe contract 1 is a list of applicantswho ,

: f ).5S. work for which the city would have advise that in 1905 Mr. J. C. Williams pons on hand. for the publication of the min successfully passed the June examinations i t ,<-
All of the above reports are hereto'
-. Ocala Weekly Star $L to pay. was elected superintendent: for I I i utes of the council for ensuing year and were granted ceitifi-
attached and made a part of this,
Stmi.monthlpay roll electric Upon motion, duly carried, a special the term of two years. Mr. Williams I I was deferred until next meeting, and cates, which will entitle them to teach I ;iI

.. _' light department $166.25.A. committee consisting of R. Mc- resigned in June, 1906, and on July 17,1 your committee's report. :. finance committee requested to look .I in the : cools o* this county: j :
Relative to the matter of purchasing i
G. Gates, f2.:5.j Conathy, L W. Duval and D. E. Me- 190C, II. M. Dearborn was elected to i I into the matter and find out for whai I White v
outstanding bonds, the committee
: L. C. Smith, $21. Iver, were appointed to draw up contract fill the unexpired term which ended i iI i amount the papers would publish First Grade-Lucy Ervin, IIgey, ;'t "1
passed a resolution authorizing the:
j Auxiliary fire department, $3. I between city of Ocala and Mr. June 1, 1907.Therefore I I purchase of bond Grant Cowan al :; them. Carried. Fla.; Susie A. Fort, Adams, It-nn.: ; 1

A. G. Gates, $10.15. Venable in the matter aforesaid and under the charter of the : Council thereupon adjourned. Ella Luter, Wildwood, Fla.; B. A. ,
I 113 1-2 and making arrangements for j
t H. C. Sistrunk, $1.31. submit same to the ciuncil at special city of date June 3, 1897, it is provided i H. C. SISTRUNK, Weathers, Jr., Ocala, Fla. <
the purchase of $SoOO or $9000 worth
I A. G. Gates, $12.13 and $t.02. meeting to be held June 11, 1907, for that election of superintendent of ,' 1 I Clerk City Council. Second Grade-Belle Haycraft, ; 1
of bonds. -
II. W. Douglass $10.30. ratification.Mr. electric light plant should be for a ![ .! Ocala Fla.; Mrs. P. W. Green, Belle-
We beg to report further that wt
: I Mclver & MacKay, 40 cents. Duval moved that superintendent term of two years, the election of Mr.:I in the I Try "Disinfecto" in the hen house;; view, Fla; Leila D. Luter, Wildwood,
find the following amounts several
Daily and Weekly Star, $to of electric light plant be authorized Bennett is for a period of two years, ''it drives away mites; 50 cents, at the Fla.; Evelyn Liddon Ocala, Fla.;
I funds: General fund, $115.42;;
J. J. Tipton $21. to put elbows on blow off pipesat expiring June 1, 1909, unless sooner I O. K. Grocery. x Kate Nash, Rex Fla.; Nannie Perry,
fire and water fund, $7205.11\ ; bond in I
Gus Liddon. $15.75. the electric light plant. Carried. removed in accordance with the law. I! ; Pedro, Fla.; Blanche Proctor, Pedro, y'
terest fund, $6198.72; sinking fund,
Ocala Banner, $5, also $10.45. Upon motion of Mr. Mclver it was Very respectfully, I Fla.; Cora Perry, Pedro, Fla.; Harriet
cf the School Bard
$5236.55; electric light fund, $1583.54making ,, Doings
Newcomer Maury Co.. $90. ordered that the matter of building a T. E. BIGGS, City Atty. I I Simpson, Weirsdale Fla.; Delia k
a total of $2ft,639.34, as pettreasurer's
General Electric Co., |:.:. feiyfe at the electric light plant be To the City Council of Ocala: II I- Smith, Fairfield, Fie.; Winifred E.
report. I ihe board of public instruction it
Ate Brcwn & Bro., $28.05. left in the hands of the L. and W. Your judiciary committee have examined I Willmott, Lake Kerr, Fla.; Myrtle,
There is at present outstanding and for Marion county, Florida, met I
S 1emi-monthly pay roll of officers52r. committee with power to act. the law and agree with the Men McIntosh, Fla. )4
I scrip, general fund, $537.61; fire and the third jay cf June. 1907, in reguiai
The following reports of city attor- city attorney's conclusions as above Third Grade-Julia Jerkins, Citra,
I water fund374.34; electric light session, witn Isaac Stevens, chairman, J
; Gulf Refining Co., $25.50. ney and report of judiciary committee expressed. Fla.; Rhoda Liddon, Ocala, Fla.; Beu- t
fund, $268.64, making a total of out B. R. But b and J. S. Grantham, prey.
; I H. B. Masters, $42.48. on same were adopted and ordered P.. McCONATHY. Chm. i lah Wiggins, Ocala, Fla.
I standing scrip of $1180.59.It
:\ 1 Marion Hardware Co., $2. spread upon the minutes: L. W. DUVAL. Grading Committee-W. W. Smith,
I will be seen from the above fig : Minut'-s: of last meeting were :C.v;;
,1 : P. A. Fort $50. City Council of Ocala, Florida: CHAS. K. SAGE. the oi I Miss Miriam Pasteur, Miss Sarah E.
ures that upon presentation and approved.The .
Lanier Robertson, $56.40.H. I Gentlemen-In the matter of elec-I June 4, 1907. fund i McCreery.
the outstanding scrip the general I
B. Masters, $14.73.Westinghouse : tion of the superintendent of streets, Fellowship school was rrarte. Colored
The read
following report was ordered while ahve
i will be short $422.19, we I
: Electric Mfg. Co.,, I the question was referred to me as to I filed and spread upon minutes: on hand in the fire and water fund one-half the cyst>> of putting down. !pip' I Second Grade-C. A. Adams, Ocala,
ing for well and buying .}
51U7.30.; I whether or not there had been creat- To the Honorable Members of City the sum of $7205.11. the latter being pug Fla.; W. II. Burrell, Santos, Fla.; An-

Mclver & MacKay, $1.20. ed such an office. Council, City of Ocala: far in excess of the necessary amount It was ordered that the And"11.I.aaschool : I ica E. Murray Ocala Fla.

Westinghouse: Electric! Mfg. Co.,, | I find by examination of the various Your street committee begs leaveto that this fund will require for the remainder be re-established and that the : Third Grade-Josephine Dixon,

i the city that no specific patrons be asked to recommend some Fla. Ella Jackson Red r
j I I $124.50. i charters report that during the first five I of the year. We therefore : Montague ; ,
: G. T. Liddon $2.10. mention is made of such office. Under months of the year 1907 we have recommend that $3ooO be transferred one as supervsor.! Mrs. Maude But dick. Fla.; Aquilla Sharperson, Ocala

: J. J. Tipton. $14.. j the charter of June 3, 1897 section spent in this department for the improvement I' from the fire and water fund to the ler was recommended as teach
Newcomer Maury Co., 22950. eight there is a provision that of streets and the maintenance general fund. i The Andalusia school was saute: I Failed-Mayme Bowers. Gainesville -

Pine Oil Co., $13.51. the council shall have power to discontinue I of stock the sum of $2214.45, I We also find that during the city one-half the cost of putting down Jf\\\ I Fla.; Hattie M. Bagley, Sparr,

i Ocala Banner, $7.50.Westinghouse 1! of the officers not specially Fla. Theresa E. Bonner. Kendrick,
any ;
which sum has been spent in the following clerk's recent illness the city's ligni The Bethlehem school was granted -
'i Electric Mfg. Co.., 1 for by law, and to cre- Fla. Marion Bonner Kendrick Fla.
provided way: I bill for the month of March of $40 : $1
$04.J5.; ate such new offices as from time to For paving Oklawaha avenue, was paid into the electric light fund G. Vt. Stevens was recommended I Mamie V. Boyd, Ocala, Fla.; Creola C. ; ,

General Electric Co., 31.50 and l I i i time may seem to them necessary and 70840. I by scrip drawn out of the electric and appointed a trustee of the Curry, Ocala, Fla.; Martha A. Dixon.

J $11' 50.> advisable for the good government of For paving and grading Sanchez light fund, instead of the general] ; Fellowship Etiool. I Montague, Fla.; Claudia Jenkins, Martin -

Fabric Hose Co., $459. the city and administration of its af- street, $520. fund, which makes!: the electric light : Mr. E. W. Forbes was recommended i Fla.; Carrie James, Kendrick,

U .:i Newcomer Maury Co., $5L75. I fairs. For building and repairing culverts, I fund $-! j') short. as supervisor of the Hurricane Pond I Fla.; H. G. Jacobs, Ocala, Fla.; Martha
(;. W. Cleveland. $16.50 and $1. I Upon examination of the various cleaning gutters and road material. i Respectfully submitted, ,! school but as Mr. E. W. King has i P. Moore Citra, Fla.; Lilla G.

Marion Hardware Co., $5.59.A. I ordinances, I have so far failed to discover I I$206.15. ; L. W. DUVAL Chm. i not resigned the superintendent was I Mitchell: Ocala, Fla.; Addie L. Michael -:

W. Bridges $5. any ordinance creating such an Paving South Third street, $106. R. lcCOXA THY.I I instructed to write Mr. King and ash I Ocala, Fla. ; Marie E. Mitchell,

: Daily and Weekly Star, $5. I office. The minutes of the city council Paving South Fourth street, $208. I J. D. ROBERTSON. I I him if he desired to remain as super Ocala, Fla.; Mollie E. McCray, Gaines-

R. E. Yonge & Co., $2.50. show that a street superintendent Feed, $302.40. ; visor.. ville, Fla.; Evelyn Rivers, Gaines-
Report cf the Electric Light and Wa
Martin & Cam. $6.20. I was elected by the council as far back Tools and repairing, $83.50. I ts r Committee I II I The Oklawaha school was granted ville, Fla.; Effie E. Taylor, Montague,

Ocala Banner, $;)0. I as 1899; it also shows that in 1902 Prospecting for road materials, $80. To the Honorable Members of the ; $50 to ceil the house. Fla.; Hester Ferguson, Ocala, Fla.; t

A. G. Gates, $2. there was an election of a sanitary inspector Yours respectfully, ,i The Greenwood school was granted Addie L. M. Dickerson, Ocala, Fla. f
City Council of the City of Ocala:
G. S. Scott, $10.15. I subject. to the sanitary com I J. D. ROBERTSON, Chm. I Gentlemen-Your committee begs $50 to cover house and $10 to assistin Applicants who passed the June examination -

Bill for city lighting drawn on general -! mittee. In the following year Mr. C. THOS. J. OWE I. getting water. 1907 but are refused cer-
''to make the following report:
fund for E. L. fund $405.90, and i I! L. Moore was elected sanitary inspector A. G. GATES. I I A request was made to establish a tificates because it is believed they
fire and water fund for general i street superintendent. I find The had papers and questions before examination
drawn on and Amounts collected from citizens: i colored school at White's Ferry.
lighting . . . .$1622.02i.For
fund, $3000. no further election of sanitary officer Sanchez Street: request was not granted. :
installation. . . 73.42
jThe matter of the placing of certain but continuously since that date there Mrs. Hunt. . . . .$ 21.90W. I Mr. Joe Akins was appointed a Sallie A. Berlack, Ocala, Fla.; Le-

and lights in city was discussed and has been elected a street superintendent R. Brust . . . 16.25Mrs. ... trustee of the Blitchton school. ola Bowks, Tampa, Fla.; Annie H. g
f i Total receipts. . .. .$lG!>" I
1 it appearing that there were only two by the council. There beingno Anthony. . . . 53.25S. I Expenses I Mr. C. C. Higginbotham was rec I Crooms, Ocala, Fla.; Anna M. Cannon, #

more that could be put on at present specific ordinance creating the of- A. Rawls--------------- I. Wood burned ((208 cords at ommended as supervisor of the Ocala, Fla.; Hattie D. McDuffy, Ocala, 1

I carried, left in the fice, the election by the council of I Greenwood school, but as Mr. L. B. Fla.; E. W. Daily, Berlin, Fla.; LottieB.
motion, duly *" II
upon $2.25 per cord( . . I 1f
hands of the electric light and water a superintendent of streets is merely $123.90 IOil. . . . . . 17.7 I Jordan, the present supervisor, has Harwell Fessenden, Fla.; Annie #

committee to look into the matter and employment by the city of some per- Balance due on Sanchez St.$336.10The : Carbons and waste. . 7.48 I not resigned, the superintendent was.1 L. Kinsler, Martin, Fla.; Mabel J. Me- 4 i

j to place these lights where they were son to have charge and supervision of! following reports were ordered I For repairs and renewals. 42.21 instructed to write Mr.: Jordan relative Ilvain, Gainesville, Fla.; W. C. Page.

. the men that are employed by the II filed and spread upon the minutes: I to the matter. Rutledge, Fla.; Matilda Quarterman, ps
most Salaries . . . . 326.25
i Whereas, by resolution of council of I city thereon or its committees, and I Report of Finance Committee fCr I Sundry expense account .$. 6.85 I It was ordered that anyone 'wishing Ocala Fla.; Josephine K. Stewart, ,

date May 7, 1907, wherein the officeof those working out fines, as an over May, 1906 I to convey children from South Lake Ocala, Fix

city tax collector and treasurerwas seer or guard as it were; without any I To the Honorable Members of the I Total expenses . . .$8 8.66 : Weir to Weirsdale school and from t AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE.A v8 r

consolidated under name of city specific authority as to mode of construction City Council of the City of Ocala: Less amount charged consumers i I the old Blue Spring neighborhood to

tax collector and treasurer, Mr. Carmichael of work to be done, or I Ii Your finance committee respectfully -I Dunnellon school, and from the Cottage I.
1 for wiring. . . 9.64 model "A" Cadillac with tonneau i
having voted for resolutionat i where; it has been usually left in the reports that it has examined the I Hill neighborhood to Fellowship
Total for month.$736.42In
expenses carries 5 people, tonneau can be removed r
said meeting, moved for a reconv. i hands of the street committee to direct reports of the various officers for the : and from Silver Springs to Ocala, to I

' : :.!< ration of same, which was secodn- the movements of the street su- month of May, checking the same comparison with the preceding have their bids before the board by I and made into a runabout, per-
[ running condition. Used daily by
t ,' .; by Mr. Rheinauer, and upon roll .i: printendent, as that committee has i with the books and reports of the city month this shows that the total expense -j, the first Tuesday in July. That the ifect
owner now. New tires, new chain,
". .1:! J. D. Robertson, T. J. Owen, G. the burden of any misconstruction or I treasurer, and finds that all reportsare for April was $971.07, and the I I parties state the route they will tray- ; cy
r clometer two lamps horn tools.
A. Carmichael, L. W. Duval, A. G. 'i failure to look after the streets, tbe ; correct. receipts over expenses, $653.85; this ; el, and that it shall be understood
Cost when new $950 in St Louis.
Hafts; and Charles Rheinauer voted ; mere election by the council of superintendent The city marshal's report shows shows a decrease in running expenses : that whenever the average number of
Will sell for $350 cash to quick buy-
aand) D. E. Mclver, R. McConathy [ of streets is an employ !that during the month of May: the I of the plant of $11.05; gain in receipts -: pupils conveyed falls below six the

and C. K. Sage voted no. Motion pre- ment only and he would be subject to t ti city received in cash from fines, costs over expenses, $82.57. ,i wagon shall be discontinued. er. Reason for selling-our flint rock
roads cuts tires all to In writing -
ailed. i be discharged at any time by the city I II and pound fees in cash the sum of I We now have on hand at the plant I :Mr. W. J. Young resigned as trustee I mention the Ocala pieces.Banner.W. $

.Mr. Carmichael moved election of council. 371.95, and in work on the streets. 300 cords of wood. : of the Firt King school and the
B. Powell Editor Independent, #
r 1 officers now pending be postponed : I am of the opinion that in order to I.$222.70, making a total of $594.65. I The amount of the city's lighting patrons are asked to recommend ,
St. Petersburg Florida.
.n next regular meeting. Carried. : create the office of superintendent of The marshal also reports the sum of for the month of May is 40590. I some one to fill the vacancy. ,

n Upon motion of Mr. Daval the following : streets it would be necessary to pass $29.24 as having been collected dur- We have also investigated the cost I Teachers' reports and other accounts -
resolution was unanimously an ordinance defining his powers, duties ing the month by him for taxes. I of putting an arc light on the corner I amounting to $733.04 were examined Jamestown: ExpositionThe

adopted: i and his term of office, and under The city tax collector's report of Magnolia, street and Fort King avenue -I and ordered paid. Seaboard Air Line Is operating

Whereas,' there is only $115.42 in i whose supervision he would work, shows the sun of it! collected for licenses which was referred to the committee I The treasurer's report was approved ; double daily trains with through :

the general fund and outstanding I i etc. As the matter now stands the ; for dos license, $3.75; mar- at the last meeting: and wend i as follows: sleeping cars to Portsmouth, the gateway

scrip in the sum of $537.61; and, : council has selected a superintendent ket rents, $61.60; electric light depart : that the cost of Installing an arc : Balance from last report. .$ 34,.:::! to the: Exposition.

whereas, there Is in the fire and wa- I of streets, and under the ordinary and ment, $1703.92; total, $l'jS3.' 1. lamp at this corner would be $14.05, i Reed from A. C. Croom 9 cne

't'. r fund the sum of $7205.11; and, general employment authority he The city attorney's report shows as per tie itemized statement hereto I mill tax. . . . .. :2359.43! Ice popular McCall patterns can

whereas, there will be needed not i would be subject to the street committee i collection of taxes due for the year attached, larked exhibit "A." Your Reed from E. L. Carney, levyof Dnl3 be had at the Boston Store and

i more than $4000, therefore be it resolved -i which committee has this special of 1906, of $197.54, less ,commission committee recommends that this light jl 1906. . . . . 1074.54 aur stock is lager than we have ever

that the clerk be authorized to I branch of the city government in 'of ten per cent. Collection of ten per I be installed, as this is a portion of Reed from E. L. Carney, polls : handled before. The Boston Stor&x.c


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q. Laviisworn ;z L:7": ( i'r. r.aae-: .' .L =aO :,-- Tre Index Finger Points to Ocaia.! <'-' -ran* srawberes are being I, :;
T" '-=" w-. :!.:r.r we are tow IVroui! Carolina, he is esntiaily a V.; tuck of SDuth- _;
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Wai' rrson coBicSs-: ::.a.: L'-os:'':'::': .. ? ;: .1r : :0 ::.'" --J.: =:=.: ?:tt. : 'a.T.::<::1 tia n?rtfcw?:t corcr toie although there will a much

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News -'--;' '::.-;; -2: ::r::: : :: ,' Gal:::rsv.a- tir graphical; : c:n- : a large acreage was planted
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.. '.' : : -.- Lake but the the inaugurator:: and 'he drecror uan / .
w F :: ti-: --a-i. the :::G.o? cap.to"5 ir.elur-s; at Lady crop ( .
If of ': :' '":C'lr.0'J. be :. 'ca-caIId tfct tbe unprecedented ; educational propaganda in th- Fari
; rr ) : in>r--ts was c; : short by

:"::. :t.t'. of all sect, _ns: are toe Lias: led drouth.I i I East which- brought :him into intimate

hbto -possiblevery a sup- 'I'l :n tir n.at'rr: e.tht: r Ocala or Ga.nes-I The Pinelias Orange Gro'ers's"o- i i' and sympathetic relations: with the

i ruling elements of the!: Chinese:
Trulyi. >.: e sho-li: : 1ciosen.. The capitol elation met last Saturday at Largo. em.pire. ,

wouli then be equay acoss.felefrcm : : V
C. CROOM, State Chemist Rose read a paper on

Corocr.: a.l:: aovf the state.-Amrxan "Fer Iizer." He was thus enabled to study native

Eagt': 1 educational religious; and politi4
man. Up to Saturday 15 cars of pines had
cal problems at clos range and todevelop
itu'ated.Hudson Lr. ratwayns :: | "?n hipped from Caxambus and Ft.
He Needs NO Pushing Nor Pulling a poise. a sagacity and a
tar lt5 | Myers. The quality of the fruit is reported -
Now setae friends wart to pull scope of judgment which made him a
Burr :s :]he: caL! as as very fine. I
Hon Robert F. Rogers of Marion consulting authority not only of the
is a candidate i L rsbar has
county into the gubernatorial race : B. E. Raysor of Ocala has 6"' acres |I Chinese nobility but of the American
Iii a strong man -n; s.eraIM
use .
i; of melons in Florida and Georgia. He .officials whose duty it is to
Mr. Rogers was at one dime statea'senator supervise
"gel aLPuna and : I
pac ,
a Gorda Herala :looks like : for Columbia county and | says the crop will be short. due to the i our foreign relation-: .

+ t ;before tbe president of the Farmers' A,jan e. I late cold and long drouth. I He was a man of large ideas, of

Mr. D. R. Anthony, jr., an ec.as ::thousand aci also state inspector cf cosec! i' The melon aphis. commonly known i dominating individuality anti of rare
as the Hessian fly. has killed half the. i
Jacksonville 1 personal magnetism. To these quali
: bees elected to congress out js not into, camps.- Metropolis. I j

oansas; withou: opposition. The i he commands ; It will hardly be necessary to pull 1 cucumber and melon vines in the vii ties he added a tremendous capacityfor

sas editor seems to be more popu ;- ought to putseem Hon. R. F. Rogers into the race for j i cinity of Fort Denaud, Lee county. labor and"for self sacrifice. It is
when the time comes he will i C. Beville of Bushnell reports flue as too early arrive at '
perhaps to
than the Fonda! editor, if we are that its proper yet

judge by the maledictions thrown o much latitude : start without puling. Some of the ,! prospects for cukes and melons. M r. a just estimate of the influence !

by the Jacksonville Floridian. .ny's strong-box !i other candidates will probably want Seville has luu acres in melons and I exerted on religious and educations:

lent in Gaines : to hold him back by pulling the other'way. some fruit that will go as high as 50' !I relations in the Orient, and the sum

The legislator who remarked anent !: .-r is under ar- ')fro Rogers is a fluent speaker pounds.H. i i total of the work he accomplished in

the governor's mansion bill that aateir; aiI : and when he takes the stump never r C. Conner, an extensive orangegrower I the advancement of Christianity. *S>

additional $t3. >riO was needed to I and offs [fails( wake them up.-orlando Stars at Bartow. figures that his I Those who best know the man. his "w .

steps ant.'greater Reporter. I coming crop will amount to 6000 boxes. methods and his realize that
"build a house to the beautiful piazza I fidelity.
f [ Jacksonville Metropolis saye |; a falling off of one-third from last
: pa
wtich had already cost twentr-ftcthousand" e I it will ultimately mount into large
successor to Judge Shaylor is
it.ii1 it. commercial The Ocala Banner of last week ( season.
Atlanta Constitution.
was guilty of rich humorwither : 'scussed and asks "Will the1ict .i proportions.-
it do if the I At Umatilla the
makes in orange groves are
he meant it as such or not- I resardless of a plain statement regard to

Madison New Enterprise.Miss i versed and v have politicsWe watch- the benefit to be derived from the looking well, and some of the growers St. Johns county has accepted. her

i ulation of La c -.._ i Florida cities having paved streets. I are optimistic enough to think thatjthe I new court house.: It was built by
,. uroward since he has
Alice Maude de SUva, o f'! Live Oak must sri : The Banner states that Live Oak and i coming crop will be the largest J Lewman & Co.. of Louisville Ky., the

Spain, waited twenty years to wed I not let a little town office. 4 we believe with a'Gainesville' have paved streets and i I since the big freeze. 'I same firm that built our new courthouse
I ... have
i -:: we not yet seen .
ard then travelled three thousandmiles away with it- [are well advertised as a result. You.I Dr. Franklin Myers and Frank A.

to join her fiance. Her patience I True it is that Deal. dye a single movement where bed ':; forget to mention, Bro. Harris, that '' Lane will put in a 100 acre orangegrove

,- himself above: his old factional il ___ cJ
and can be pointed tl< at Olga Lee
and devotion are worthy of success 'i Orlando has more paved streets thanI county. There are
.rironments. As his friend. Editor
and we are giad that it ended that incontestable proof of 1 I I any inland city in the state and the i I now 10 acres of grapefruit trees i in .
laude "Broward th
way. She was married to Neil )I. f!I ness and high civilize L'Engle. says. business streets are paved with tit i I I the grove owned by these gentlemen. LlTILf BABCURm
vernor cannot forge Broward the '
Holler, of Worchester, Mass.It !r and it wants to claim ![ rified brick. In conjunction Orange j I Among truck shippers at Pierson.SVolusia .
tbs line with Live Oak .aI factionsJist"tract
a : county has more miles of good hard I county, are the following :

is a most remarkable and significant towns in the state. ': roads than any other county. Come I Capt. Peter Pierson. W.. M. McLen-

fact that no matter what Flor- of of one the and Colsonfar oneh to Orlando if you wish to see an up-{i I don, Charles Miller, J. J. Raulison. S --F fClfM i)
<* newspaper one may happen to ; Gloves Off. s iTimesUnion k to-date city Orlando Star-Reporter. !i H. Jones. and J. G. and J. E. Cade.
moo, Alachua county. :
The has given1'
se, there are sure to be found in !, t i Tomatoes are still being shipped:

-ts of large shipments of fruits notice to Governor Browar' id tr shipped this season Xo one has heard Hon. Fred T. ;[ from Wauchula. Good stock is bringing Parents Applied!: to Hospitals and
: cucumbers at a net
blest or some kind of farm s the people at large that hec : :Myers, of Leon, intimate that he desired : $3.5U and real fancy a little more
1 crate. On the same Doctors but Could: Get No Relief -
is to figb for the intere? :: Up to
ridians are actually only, a to, or would be a candidate for 19,721 packages of
sents 'V gloves off.-J t are ninety acres of cant -Grew Worse Under DoctorsPrescription
"Ot.- splendid re- il' !governor, but as it is now an "order i t,[ vegetables had been shipped fromthere
t Recr- the crop being fine and even [
he peculiar !. of the day" to mention some of the ;i this season. Friends Recommended -
excellent quality.-St.. Au-
... ma.ers iC'' ord. : best men for these public positions.i! W. S. Mizo, southern representative Cuticura- Result

success. St. s*- fBr the i True Democrat suggests that we ; for J. & G. Lippman & Co of New

center on and elect him No better i York is in Ocala after cantaloupes. i A SPEEDY AND
:y say that Tallahassee was solito
material could be found in Sunny :: He has shipped out some small lots.
t Saturday night you could have i '
Pensacoia Journal i Florida at this time either.Tallahassee |I but expected to get out a car by the PERMANENT CURE
L Wi-ei: The preac! Marion: BrittonjIrf heard I the dew drop. the ice scream, latter .
of this
r' the statement that Mr. T. A. Jennings Democrat. pan week.
: at once. The Wauchula Tele'ran1 E! the brick walk and the fence rail ; but i The melon .fWe express t D .\'o herewith our best
is still a candidate for the gubernatorial The DeLand News predicted several or squash louse has:
_.. pa-- :",. r..-j>f-cr- -> *.Ls crod1\1 j jIL we don't pretend to say it's so. An I .: bEen"err destructive i I thanks for the c.:-e of our baby from .
nomination and : months that "dark through the
f :nsi'fthat : ago a hoes'd' eczema. The when
juu ?:} :- Tnt Ptrr.ta stals: : claim j the big heads have left there an i! Clermont eczemaappeared +.
., ;. he will stay in the race t.i: Th.. .. would trot out from among the F.d.. section so much so that the child *as thrve months old.e +
: T \ 'h- :, of in tbe above sounds rather chestnutt .
i wt-r :peaking uni c' :
of finish.t; Mr. Jennings hun=-if! 5a.-: ,.., hills! of Leon county, and we have sus- there will be but very few melons applied to se\erii doctors and hospitals! ,
; >- '. .. ". -Tampa Tribune.
) \ >nsail at times jabberied each of which
.u something
that ht has not yet made up his mind ': picioned Fred T. ever since.-Wau- sent to northern markets. Most of gave us dillerq'
t: f. I like a bunch of geese. Young Wi l. .. cat every time. but nothing
i he
on the subject but generally speaking cbula Tfi gram. I grower have abandoned their lief. A physician recommended salve
f f hancoanid: not acquire the unkno Mr. Edgar F. Howe. editor of the a
". ; it is the newspaper reporter who 1 melon crops. which we threw into the fire after two
: a )ng'and not being bypcx.r. Imperial California Daily Standard
.. 1. knows things. For information of Ti-:: : At a meeting of the Bradford Coun- days' use as the eczema became worse
,. .:- :-r j2to pretend it. grewr wants a commission created by law The state press; is unanimous i in 1 Fruit a> that the baby scratched ilk face. At
.1 ty Vegetable
sort commend us to the n -wr.acrreporter Growers' Association
: -
Jt ..-i: *J-.JY' :; over tbe belief that he to license writers for the press and denouncing the recent session of the fast one of our friends recommended to

every time. wa : et.-Winter Park Ricochet. j wants all liars punished. Mr. Howe.legislature; as the biggest farce Flori I at Starke last week. X. W. I us Cuticura Soap and Cuticura ()lnt
J Williams was appointed to see the ment. A few days afterwards improvement -
t does not cam: : Hicir.l/crship to the An ida i has ever been forced to count ( Shippers and bring the I could be noted. Since then we
matter of lower
r'If f When the Pinellas bill making a Bryan still insists that President anias cluo: : nance. Yet: St. Augustine from a selfish shippingr hate used nothing but CutiC'ora Soap
ates beforet
new county out of Hillsboru. was i:p Rjosevelt has stolen his political i : standpoint has no complaint to the state aI sante Cuticura Ointment and now the

rt before the senate for consd"racn. clothes and the strange thing about In jour dreams have you never make. having been greatly benefittedas I sociation.Xew York Produce News.i : baby t >ix months) old and is quite cured.

t ;! the Tampa papers fired hot shot irr.o ':'it is that the president has not consigned i; read the sign: "Lost! Somewhere between the result -of the passing of the 'i:; Sh: ting Affray in cum All that Soap we snd u*d two was boxes one Cutieura cake of Ointment Cuti

Senator Crate and accu-rd him of disloyalty i the great Nebraska man to : sunrise and sunset two goldenhours appropriation for the new state school ? A fatal levy County costing in all $1:5. Even then

to Tampa. Now that the I legislature I membership with the growing Ana n- each set with sixty diamondminutes for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind ,the :,i shooting affray occurred 1 poorest man can pay that instead of

r f has adjourned and the bill ias club. Mr. Roosevelt has been l ?"' It is useless to offer a reward i selection of St. Francis Barracks for .! Levy county Saturday afternoon near throwing it into the doctor's lap. I
i the little town of Raleigh. Mr. nayseh only make twelve dollars a week Asa
did the St. Dun
not pass Petersburg new j : arsenal and the ofl
with state
1 caught the goods and they fit so i for anything forever lost-Jasper a passing I I lap Phinney was shot and a teamster but I recommend the .-L,
1 1 fr papers ;ay that the senator "threw well that he has decided to wear ; Herald. certain amendments to the city char- Raskin killed by Cutic Remedies strongly all mothers

them down" and are giving him the !!! them. 1 :'ter.-St. Augustine Record. :!; and George Lowman father whoso children suffe/from s'ich diseases. -

benefit of several broadsides. The i ;I! and son. After Phinney was shot.but I They aiv cheap, hannle andre

r f t senator is catching it kip and I Albert Williamson, of the Jacksonville ; 1 I Ii 1 before he fell he returnf-d the fi Cod. C. F Kara sndYif,>. 313 East

thigh.fore i Every watermelon that goes north Floridian mingles good humor ; Judge T. J. Coyle has rented the I i iJ | and seriously wounded I 65th :2,22'2. NY* York. March 30, li+! ." ,
and aft. J one of the
I from Thomas county is a missionary i j wit and bitter sarcasm in a few Montezuma hotel in Ocala and he !I Ij }I Lowmans. The :

: ifor immigration.-Tbomasville tGa.11 paragraphs in his which and Miss left quarrel was the reiival I
| paper referto j Mary Sunday to take :i i t
: :- >! : Mr. E. G. Lewis, editor and owner i ( of an old feud. Both fatuities
t : Times-Enterprise. j his defeat for municipal judge- i charge of the same. He spent three''are prominent FOR SORE HANDS) .
i and Mr.
% of the Woman's Farm Journal Phinney
and'It is
I, c every melon Marion county se Fernandina]; Record. i
;j days in Ocala last week:, during which +'
ti r : Wosians Magazine, printed at St. out were to act as a misisonary and !time he thoroughly investigated the 'closely related to Senator Tillman of j i ct'inikr the h.iuU rn. retiring ia a hot, V
;: South Uthrr
r [
Carolina. ot I : Dry
Louis won out in the United
, ft':,: 0 : bring results she would soon have to [ There was a big picnic at Fellowship 'business. done by the hotel in recent |l I ant atiosr.i mw,!h OuicuraOmt-
States court. He was charged withdefrauding I annex all "jining land" so as to make : I I runt, aud i:: ; tha
Saturday.. The Ocala Banner years and satisfied himself that it was i I'a I Dent Like s.\-ere cas** spread
< t the government of postage 1! room to hold the people. had :! toj Congressman Cbl'k.i l Otutnwnt 041 thipit, of old linen or .
L on his publications. His papers were I a representative on the grounds paying investment. We regret i Ion L. Farris. member of tblc is. II cottonear dinne the ,|..ht old,

r ;, denied entry through the mails and will have write-up of the pleasant ;| lose the Judge and his attractive !i I i[ lature from Duval county, it is said 1 looap, kid tWl''i! h the fir.ee ends
as If what
t I the wife of Howard Gould affair in its next issue. i! daughter from our midst but take]j[ would like to cut off and hoice. cut in the films, cr s "

second class matter, which act came says about him be true he is about asOrchard I I pleasure in recommending them t succeed Frank Clarkin lght: h3ntlitga ot old cotton -1"fft

I '1i very near bankrupting tin.: His# bad an egg as that fellow I Ol I I congress. Most of the papers ore e+q '=1Ib-ma' IN Ittrttt:712t: ::t Jar: Etr.J
i : "" I '" Hon R. Hudson Burr is to be the the people of Ocala Mrs. Coyle 8onivettetu:a.it: r aw4":" ." "uti of 0.:;. i'
, friends will be gla-J to know that he J1 only his acts of cruelty I !i giving his aspirations the horse c .s.. R, l-ntca. tw .... :!,,ctt lntDaDt ..ntNs ::
I are more refined "aamisisnation caadidate" for goT-I I remain in Leesburg and continue to '1 i laugh' though he :! t.'I. HI. a1hl f o:key PI" tClatv4:t .'S
! has won his suit. His might be an improvement lti.'t'1.11: rye oIL .-t dF l'tmt.
.I; I' papers are and toO tSe Fiaiib..at3i
excruciating to sensitive i ..
a 1 ernor will all the other candidates conduct the Glyndoa HoteL-Lees- .... 11w.r rtsyt*Cnn.corp
printed for 10 cents per qtr.i taM[ I on the present ceccpaut.Bartow --t "'-.\t... Ikwta tnws t-OC.l." 1
trusting woman. i !' ct.aRatr:
come under the head cf "antis burg Commercial ,- .R:4.. R.-u.1 Rw 4. !a Fa::. .
rd:1 i I Record. 01'ktLNrnq ua.i" ,,-... W To't-'W>'

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l'b..' PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF who i I --- -,,
are feeble- and are confined to one wag" be purcha for the purpose -
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, their rum, tnot ,)f the time. of con ',tructing r..alA committee VVY'VVV ,KV W VVV .ANV NAAoA 1

The cut crop. has been gathered in of the whole boaul was ap-

r (Official) sood shape with only a moderate yield, poirued to pt'rchae the said mules __ k

Ocala, Fla.. June 'he straw being :small but find"the and letin .i for that purpose, and haying ,
grain quite hl'aThe pinder crop returr -d after the purchase of the Thos0 FL {
Board of County Commissioners has
met been hoed out and in good shape, said mule1t wa oidtied that a warrant Keating
in regular session on the above date :.s i is also] the vt'!Ivrt beans, etc. be dra\tn in favor ..t A, B. Dc-;

Present: lIon John L Edward, I recumnier: that the l(,ard order a mint for $v7;)3i.' for iu' >" l1'r.t in full ;

chairman, X. A. Fort S. R. Pyles: C :.grant issUej payable ID Channy for thi .e mu!',... '
W. Turner, J. M. Mathews. Hope, r f L-von.: Florida for $8' as The plans and iHcin\ations' presented :

Minutes of last meeting were read ompen.sation for care of the pauperS to the beard by11.. George : }
and approved. u. a Cf.li.red woman, for the month 1 MacKafor t'u' nstiuction of walks : I & j

Petition of A. B. Edwards to redeem ..f Mal, < ) This woman being a fit around th' ... iu.tre and in (1' tour : Company

his land upon the payment of the face subject for the insane asylum, as Iindc'tMoud hotiseaid utie adopted.It I

.;..,; of the certificate and omitted years it, I v.;',,uld lecum..nd that was in .j:;'',1 that the board ad- !
". tuxes without interest was granted. the b".ird conMdtr the advisability ofs ', eitiuioi' bias! on teivunt walks in j

The request of Mr.:J. M. Shealy, to >, nding h-r thereto. the courthouseanl. according to j Successors to Strauss & Co.

redeem his land upon the payment of In flew of the harvesting of the oat plans adoptei', the notice to be in:
the face of the certificate and omitted crop and the hoeing of janders. etc. i 1 in the Oca 11 Papers and the Times- )

years taxes without interest, was the expense < f the fat m for this month "I'nion as well as the ManufacturersRecord : .

granted.The IS exceptionally h..l\: ". Hereto attach- The following' notice was or-
petition asking for abrogation -d find financial report of the same.
IIf a poitior of the Norwalk road near Superinte rent. . . .$35.00Hired Bids Wanted on Cncrete Pavements1Ce I WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS I

Orahamville was continued and referred help. . . :J2.4J; will be glad to leeeive bids for "
to Commissioner Fort for in\estimation. Washing and it"ning. . 700 i tht' cor slim'foil of concrete or cement

4 Cokmg . . . . ." 10.00 I ,I\,. melts ar',und the courthouse and I -_ na..nm

Petition filed asking to have road Martin anti Cam. . . SIS fouithouse siu.ae; as ]I'd' plans and ,
surveyed and blared from a point at Marion Hardware t'st. . 450 --1 I," ufitati-m-7 on file with S. T. i'I'' F'lorld---

St. Johns church to the ne cor sec 2.5, utala1jig1)n WiKs: . 2,uO truck, cleik. Gala Florida. All Ocala I
tp 15, r 19 e. The rules of the board J. L. Sm< ak & Son . . 1.00 must be in by first of July. 1907, and I ,

were waived and petition granted and :Mcler & MaeKa. . . :365Tj : ; \\ t' resuye the right to itj-ct all bids. '.

R. L. Martin, summer, was authorized dings & Co. . . . 340HeUenston I I It Waoidiul that C,iinmiasioners I -a
to survey and blaze out the road. & Past: ..ur. . ::.7"> JMv,;:rds and I'yes! be aj'iiointed a RYE WHISKEY CASE WHISKEY.

Messrs. Anderson and Green appeared J. J. Gutl'ey. . . . 1.S3; (I co'iimutee to' list and ad.iuse for ( I'rr G.ill r. SPECIAL I FOUR

before the board with reference to III'" !I.tl1l' fen'" :u ',und the courthouseMi'.ic Star Rye . . . . ,$1R. : ''i Per Qt Bottle.
the Ocala Law B. B. :Maliin i . . . 1,35'reillt I' awl sctii other pi.ijicrty! : c's .'d Rock y. . 1Ke -"I i i1II i '
statements Library with company an.lmade i on f"itiiizi'r, . 3.HG i -1' ud! I:e old! S '\, .t' . I QUART OFFER BI.HiIsle . .. . ...$ .75
The it. ExpJ':.- on i\Mi.n.ato: '+,.. . 1.1' It was ci'il! rr,1 that <' warrant beiliav. Belle Isle . . . -. .,, I I King of Kentucky . .. ... 75
following petition was filed with -- n for $4''t in favor .f C. J. :\Ic-I '1 Log Cabin .: . . . . 3."" FOR $") 90 Tilde Joe . ... ,.. 1.00Keating's
the board ... :
: Pride . . . 3,')II .
: SBj ,I Strauss Royal Reserve .. .. 1.00 I! ,
$ $136;; :> Ka ii y t"ie. es rendered as t i
To the Honorable Boar "f County .. Monogram . . . 3Uncle : Old Maryland Rye . . .., 1.00
<: We
I : willelul.
4.J5: sid been colIt : ,
Mild fr i"-ii. -
'trr; \.u p nqUnt having express 1
Commissioners of Marion Count: I : Joe . . . 3' : old Harvest Corn . .. 1.00
Gentlemen Being informed by you -- tt i btlie toi-ntj treasurer thro Pilgrimage . . . 4.uo; prepaid full quarts of:, Pilgrimage . .. I.. .. 1.25 :
that the room in the courthouse that I Total . . . . ..U.I)3I ;;: I th, s_'-.j :\IeRainIt ,-\ Fern Hill . . .. . 5,t'I'' STRAUSS IXL; Cascade . .. .. . ., 1.25 '
you kindly tendered the Ocala Law Library Ril>*.etfu'l\! sub'it I was OI'L'oJ th.-t the chairman of } Strauss' 76 . . . . .,.1)11> 'I White Oak .. . ... . .. 1.25 :.,
I I I.this bt'tin' ComriisvoiiLi! Edwards, be CORN WHISKEY. 1-- - ---- Fern Hill . . .. ... 1.50
company is needed by the coun- S R. Pyles. roni, in ( ha NT, ... :'I 1'inted; a c .ninutec to inspect the Tennessee Corn . . .$1.50 !; FOR $3.50 I Strauss' 76 . .. . .. . 1.50 f
ty officers, we withdraw our requestto The tax collects, aI'! !" aced before the 1 I1-tit: PAtu.esith with Architect North Carolina Corn . . 1."", Old Oscar Pepper (not in bond). 1.50 1
you for its use by said co ulJany. I */iard with reft-imf t, the bIlk*: furui'hed StatesMlIe Corn . . .00 I We, wilt! send expressprepaid I Planters' . . .. .. 1.50
With assurance of appreciation of t : te"ii-,, MacKiand if found to be in $ :Mountain Corn . . . 2.W 4 full quarts of I Black and White Scotch .. ... 2.00
your offer, we are, ., by the conijitluM! 'I' and retiue;:td i i.i l. ord with j 'tit cation. that a wart Old Harvest Corn. . . 3.00 :Mt. Vernon . . . . 1.75 ASwan
that the board takf 'nmuttci up S STRAUSS ROYAL
!t r.lnt .- < ,i 1V vii .or tl" settlement of
Yours GIN.
truly, with Coiniitro'Ki! t'r<,'ii. ant if p<.!,- ihl'i : GIN .
R. McConathj. sible the fu!r.i'h pn' > Gin . ". . .. . $1..3'i' RESERVE ;
comi-uoM to ,
Wm. get I I h w S i,.< i > ii tn\t Ft.ll Stone aid Tom Gin : 1-75: Per Qt Bottle. ;
i Hocker.. I more s-ubstartial: and b<,Uei' bonKS than : ;iid | sun an an in Holland Gin' .' :: .' ::.' ::.' : : : : : 2.00 I I( ;
11'L W. Duval.W. London
$3750"Ve Dock Gin .. .. ..$ .75
now sent out fur the u>-.- of the a'SSOl'S >- . . .... FOR
ed JJ: i ft i 'inth Crown GIn. . ,0 Tom k
S. Bullock. 11\\ Gin .. . ...1.00
,'t and collect'.rs ;n the state It . . . 3.00
\ colnti! uiiiction from X E. Sehni- Perfection Gin \ will send 4 full I Holland Gin . ." ." ... .. 1.00 .
It was ordered that the resolution was oiu<:?ied that a loiniiiunitati-'n be { tyler of Asbuig Pyrk Xi \\ York. with RUM. qts. Phosphate Gin:; . . .. 1.50 -

heretofore tendering the rooms in the directed to the coni,troller in com- K.nci' to .he hat d road being built New England Rum .. . .$..50 OLDHARVEST i Booth Tom Gin . . .. 1.50 ::
courthouse to the Ocala Law Library Tliance with the tax collector'': request : near Lake W 'il'T", nctiud by the I Jamaica Rum . . . 3.00 MALT WHISKEY.
company, for the use of its books be The matter of cabinet shehes : loaid and the clerk instructed to BRANDY. CORN I I "

\J' lescinded. tables etc, for the old books in thecollector's acknowl'jge uceipt of the same.It l Blackberry Brandy . .. .$1.50 The best goods to bejDuffy's I Per Qt. Bottle.
',; I Pure Malt .. . .. ..J1.00Bowman's r
: A communication from Mr. William office referred to Com-
was was otdtitd that a warrant be Apple Brandy .. . . 3.00
had .
for the j . . .. 1.00
Rocker, passing upon the insurance missioner Edwards with power to act drawn in f-\; r (f Channy IIMt, for Peach Brandy . . . 3.00 money |'

policies, was read to the board, stat- The board adopted the following I pauper are, for $!S p ar month.A California Cognac . . . 3.00 FOR S6.00 I SWEET GOODS. Per Gal.
, ing that the policies were properly resolution: communication from L. S Light WINE t'I
,h Peach and Honey "a" grade .. $1.50
written and in proper shape. It was Resolved. ThLt hereafter when any I phasing been received by the board, requesting : I Catawaba Wine . .. . .$1.50 We will send express Peach and Honey "aa" grade .. 2.00 J
.: ordered that the same be accepted and party is adjudged insane> and committed a full and complete itemized Port Wine .: ". ... .. 1.50 prepaid 4 full quarts of Rock and Rye "a" grade .. .. 1.50 l \
> that warrants be drawn for the prem- to the state asylum for the insane account of all connected with Blackberry Wine . . . 1.5 0 Rock and Rye "aa" grade .. 2.00 j
", ium thereon. by judge in this county that such expenses Sherry Wine . . . 130 STRAUSS FAMOUS Orange Brandy . . .. 3.00 .
any tne cuurthouse the re.lutiun
following -
insane Imported Port Wine . . 4.ftrt Banana Brandy . . . .' 3.00 }_
County Attorney William Hocker judge be requested to commit such was adopted by the board: } Imported Sherry Wine . . 4,>iO I 76" RYE I Apricot Brandy . . 3.00 I
was requested to appear before the person to the custody of the sher- It having be.'n brought to the attention _

board and asked for his opinion with iff to await the arrival from the state of the board that the tax payers ,

".'J! reference to care and control of the asylum for the insane of a nurse to would like an itemized statement of

'j courthouse. After the appearance of take charge of such insane person for cost of the couithouse and furniture

Mr. Hocker, :Mr. Gordon was invited the purpose of conveying such insane and all other exi nses: atached thereto I ThOSe H. Keating & Co k
: before the board with reference to the person j to the state asylum: and such the same to be published for inf.rmation }

office which he now occupies, the judge be requested that upon adjudi- .the board gladly accedes to
f same having been intended for that of cating that any person is insane he this request and will have the same

the tax assessor county treasurer and wire (at the expense of this county) published as soon as the clerk can get t
supervisor of registration. Mr. Gordon the superintendent of the state asylum up such statement, as a part of the Ocala Florida {
t stated that the room which had for the insane to send to Ocala Fla., tixtures huve not yet arrived. ,
;1 >
) been prepared for him was too small a male or female nurse as such judge The tax collector filed his report of

for his office and that he had occupied 1 may deem proper, for the purpose of licenses and poll taxes collected during -

the one where he was and refused to accompanying such insane person to the past month, as follows: ", I\AA AA ,
it surrender the same. the said asylum. Polls regular 443; extra 21. licenses

..-i.f. Bids for janitor having been filed The bill from the Florida Plumbing collected, $105. I.I

F with the clerk. were as follows: '& Electric Company for furnishing The county treasurer filed his report -
''f 1.;' .J George Lewis. $26 per month: B. C. t,55 feet of sewer pipe and 333 feet with the board showing receipts THE ATLANTA JOURNAL FUNNY .......................... ..........................

i Cody, $35 per month: R. C. Myers, $40 galvanized water pipe and connectingold including balance of last month and MAN. .

per month; Philip Johnson, $60 per'' fixtures of the courthouse to water disbursements, as follows:

+! month: W. O. Massey, $75 per month. mains and sewers for $326.69, was bill ordered for- School Fund After the soaking the president got ,i Adding New Accounts! f
of paid and also an extra
The board having received time in locating certain piping in the I School fund . . . .$ 4885.19 the other day he should be able to
recommendation from responsible parties and Disbursements. . . . 3998.87 .
and I courthouse cellar floors ditchingof smypathize with Harnman.
with reference to B. C. Cody Balance in treasury. . .$ 8S6.32 .
C. Cody being fifteen to eighty-five feet was ordered *
the bid of the said B.
more reasonable than the other bids, I paid. General Road Fund The Brooklyn Eagle wickedly sug We are constantly adding new ac- '

1. except that of George Lewis, who was The board recommended that Mr. Receipts, including balance

not so well known to the board it was W. S. Allsopp be authorized to redeem on hand. . . . .4 5207.87 gests that President Roosevelt is now : and business is increasing at i :
counts our
ordered that B. C. Cody be awardedthe lot 2 of block 9, South Lake Weir, up- Disbursements. . 1421.40 the Battle Him of the republic.

contract as janitor for the new on the payment of the face of the certificate Funds on hand. . . .$ 37S6.47 t'

courthouse, it having been stated to together with. omitted years County Proper Of course the wicked flee when no a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also j \
taxes, without interest.It
t of Receipts and balance on hand$ 1038.99 man pursuetb but a fellow ]like Abe

the board that the wife of the said the north was half ordered of the that southeast the owner quarterof Disbursements . . 749.95 Ruef makes better time when some I might be glad to join us. e 5

Cody would assist in the proper care of section 9, Balance in treasury . .$ 289.04 1
'. the northeast quarter body is after him. 1
of the courthouse. Fine and Forfeiture Fund
township 16, range 22-twent acres *
The tax assessor presented to the the Amount including balance. .$ 2479.45
be allowed to redeem same upon
1 board his statistical report for the with omitted Disbursements . . 351.79 Now that the president has finishd .
1h the face of the certificate
.ii.J. year 1906. and the commissioners having years taxes without interest.It Special Road Fund with the nature study artists other I COMMERCIAL BANK

J' examined the same as required by was ordered that the owner be allowed Receipts and balance . .$ 1151.09 literary lights are waiting anxiously :
Section 517 General Statutes of the Disbursements . .
lands commencing
to redeem their election to the Ananias Club. .
1 State of Florida they approved the 1247 feet north and 492 feet east of the 60"lSll! $" {unsuajj uj aouBiea OCALA\ FL0.
and furnished the tax assessor Building Fund i :
,1 same sw cor of sec 8, tp 15, r 22, thence e
1 with the proper certificate of such ex- _10 feet, n 105 feet w 210 feet, s 105 Balance on hand and receipts$ 4071.10 Senator Pettus' intimation that he .4.......44........44..44N46.44.4...................
amination.The the face of the'i Dirbursements . . 3700.00
1 feet, upon payment of is profanely tired of the Brownsville
petition heretofore filed with with the omitted 1 Balance in treasury . .$ 371.10 -
together -
certificate -- -- -
that the board grant investigation strikes a responsive n
the board asking
i\ ears taxes, without interest. ... 11.:1 WI(_ ..
J a road as follows: beginning at a point The resignation of Mr. John S. Total receipts including balances cord even with pious people
1 Martel hard road on section on hand first of last
on Grantham. as mark and brand inspector '
',2 line between sees'14 and IS tp 15, s ofr accepted.It month . . . .$18833.69 FURNITURE! '
of district No. 26. was FURNITURE
south alongsidesaid Total . This is really a big enough countryto
21 e, running thence was ordered that J. M. Shealy be dirbursements. 10222.01 ..... ,
section line 3*: miles to the se allowed to redeem lot 16 Benedict's occupy the attention of a president

cor of sec 36, tp 15 s. r 21 e, on Shady sub-division of the ne;. of sec 15, tp Ba'tance in treasury . .$ 8611.68 without his butting into such problems '
Grove road. The petition having been Benedict's sub- The following justices of the peace wolf kills caribou. )
13. r 21: also lot 17. as how a a
< filed October 1905 page 41. It was or- I division of the net, of sec 15, tp 13 r reported no fines: M. II. Rou, L. L. s sIt Smith & Roberts
be refused. It I Alexander W. W.
dered that the petition 21; and also beginning at the sw cor Hopkins Wynne ,
. was ordered, upon motion of Commissioner of the e t 4 of seJ4 of sec 10, tp 13, r Jackson. D. L. Grantham, II. W. Daug- is bad enough for winter to 1

t 4- Fort, that the said road 21, thence e six chs, 93 links, to rightof 1 las.The linger in the lap of spring, but to hit
above refused be, and the same is Florida Southern Railway following justices of the peace
way of the on a summer's knee wil be illlply
granted, used as a neighborhood road thence northwesterly 4 chs and reported fines and costs imposed as
' with the understanding that the same 3 chs fellows: Edgar S. Smith, fines $15; scandalous.
tT t i 20 links w 4 ehs and 40 links. s Ocaia Furniture Co.
is to be opened and maintained by the and 45 lings to p o b, upon payment costs, $21.50. J. O. Turmpseed fines,
'J citizens at no expense whatever to ot the face of the certificate and omit- f $10: costs, $11.75; J. O. Turnipjseed Jersey Bull for Sale.

i Marion county.Comissioner ted years taxes. without interest. (report for April), fines, $35; costs, A two year old thoroughbred Jersey '
Turner was excused until Thursday at S3050: J. M. Barksdale, fines, $210;
: adjourned
,i from further attendance upon the 8 o'clock a. m.Thursday. costs, $25.20: S A. Bullock, fines bull for sale. Apply to W. H. Hopkins -

board. Morning's Session $S15.: costs, $58; Joseph Bell, county Palm Glen, Boardman, Fla.

Commissioner Pyles was also excused Board reconvened with all members judge, fines $115: costs $26.31.: 6-5d2wl
When in-need of
_, from further attendance upon present.It I The board adjourned until their next any

the board for the purpose of visiting was ordered that $75 be placedto regular meeting Tuesday afteh the A Woman's Reason

the poor farm and'making his report the credit of William Lucius to be first Monday in July. A. D. 1907. thing in our line
to the board of the same. used in expenses of free labor on roadwork S. T. Sistrunk Clerk. .
I know he isn't handsome.I'm
The board thereupon adjourned and a warrant be drawn to the
til Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. aid Lucius for the said amount.It sure he isn't smart; get our prices : :
Hon. R. Hudson Burr embraced the
was ordered that the men in jail I only know I love him

Wednesday Morning's Session who did work in repairing same, be opportunity afforded by the closing; With all my foolish heart.

paid sixty cents per day for services days of the legislative session to announce "
Love isn't good at reasons
members present. "

if.} The Board following met all bonds were presented rendered.It was. ordered that $75 be paid to himself a candidate for posi, Its logic has some flaws OUR MOTTO IS TO PLEflSE! !

and approved by the board and licenses Feilder & Allen Company, for extra tion of governor. The gentleman hasa 1 If you ask me why I love him,

ordered issued, to carry firearms work .>n furniture. It was ordered wonderful record as a "runner" be, I can only say "Because.:' '" ,.,...,.. _
;:! 17 "" :>I' ='c < =
..r : M. L. Reynolds. George Win- that a warrant be drawn for $3075.00in hind him. and if be can only manageto -Baltimore American.

gate J. K. Bolin and P. A. Fort. The favor of Fielder & Allen Company. hold his own in the primary oi -- - --- ---- --
bond of William J. Folks, as notary as part payment for furniture now in there candidates farm
; next year are some other WANTED-To buy a near ;
4 public, with G. W. Neville and A. J. the courthouse.A 1
1 Wyche sureties, was approved by the communication having been received who will find him a tough Ocala or Belleview. Give descriptiona i

board. from :Mr. J. W. White secre- proposition. It is hinted that Mr, and cash price. Address, Geo. L..

1 1 ( Comissioner P>'ies filed his report tary and treasurer of the Good Roads Burr will be the "administration" Clemens, R. F. D. 4, Tampa, Fla. ROLLINS COLLEGE

,? 1M of the poor farm, which report is as Association of Florida inviting this I candidate, whatever that may mean,
specialy to attend the good
j follows association board meeting which will be -Madison New Enterprise.The General Kuroki went to the races, :TWISTER PARK, FLA.

Poor Farm Report for Month of May bet horse and won, nearly
on a gave
of Pensacola on Tues-
the city Offers
held in superior advantages in high grade college, academy expression
Ocala, Fla., June 4th, 1907. da>'. June ISth 1907. It was ordered Honorable Frank Adams:: ol f: $500 in tips to hotel employes, praised music, art, business, stenography, and domestic science, $

To the Honorable Board of County 'that Commissioners Edwards and Hamilton county, is looming up or l the enterprise of the American courses.
Marion CoUnty Florida Pyles be and they are hereby appointed -
Commissioners. .
the political horizon as a'ery formidable people and declared our women are Most : For full
-I have visited the poor farm and delegates to the good roads convention attractive, healthful and refined surrounding.?;
candidate for United States; perfect. One of the greatest fighters
which convenes at Pensacola on particulars aId address j
beg to report on the same as follows: : room reservations,
The inmates are eight in number; five i the ISth of June.It senator. He is entirely worthy of the of modern times is also somethig of a '
J. H. BRINssOX orY. R. O'NEAL Sec'y
t' ordered that a stack of Taw- and he knows how to ful- ,
of white and three colored: the same as was honor and the state would be fortunate diplomat,
of last report. They are all in ap- man Erb Filing casts! be purchased for in having him at Washington-" fill the mission on which be was Ocala, Fla. Orlando, Fa.[ 1

parent good health hang good appetites the superintendent's office sent.-Miami News.
except Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, I It was ordered that fuur mules and Stark Telegraph. i,9


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BIN that only white people will be allowed to buy, and no buildings erected to grow and grow rapidly, while this sale offers you the only chance
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THE COUNTY CONVICTS !I than three and not more than six! THE SCHOOL EXEMINATION PAPERS valued his own life could not have I I I NOTICE

:I months, the sum of alt per capita per I STOLEN. I done less than he did do-that his I!: ................ ....... ... :,' -

COl. R. F. Rogers Writes His Side of 1 I: month." j; own life was in deadly peril. : of Application for Tax Deed Under

the Story I I 3. "For the hire of all able bodied ; Special to the Ocala Banner: Mr. Bullock opened the debate on I JMONDAYJ Section 8, of Chapter 4338,
Lynne Fla.. June 10. 1907. I I prisoners, sentenced to serve a term I Tallahassee, June 11. Dr. A. S. the part of the state and made a con Laws of Florida.

T'i the Editor Ocala Banner: I i lof not less than three nor more than I ry the negro druggist of Tallahassee cise and closely knitted argument and II I I Notice is hereby given that J. Linn

it was the concensus of opinion At FISH EL.'S fj purchaser of
gen tax certificates Xo. 1173
Having returned home from an ab- : six months, $30 per capita per month" j who is charged with stealing a pack .
i II erally that no speech of more pathos and 1174, dated the 5th day yet June
.ence of three weeks, I now proceed J 4. "For age of the examination questions sent 5 and 10 Cent Store
the hire of all : i.I. f.
prisoners, ]! and feeling has been heard at the ; A. D. 1905. has filed said certificatesin
of the
at the request board of county out by State Superintendent W. M.
sentenced to serve a term of six Ocala bar in many a day than the i I. my office, and has made
commissioners, to establish every as- Holloway on May 27th was given a .......................... : applicationfor
months, including males, females and speech of Mr. Davis. He had a splendid I I tax deed to Issue in accordancewith
brrtion I have made concerning them preliminary hearing before County : I Ii Y
i children, the sum of $28 per capita opportunity of using these powers i I law. Said certificates embracethe
and their official action in advertising Judge B. A. Magenniss Saturday after
per month." and made the most of the opportunity. following described property sit ,
for bids and leafing out the county noon. Jerry was represented by Mr.J. I Hand Painted
5. "For the hire of all able bodied Though the last speaker the jury uated in Marion county, Florida, to-
Vlft s.
run .Edmundson and entered a pleaof
male prisoners, sentenced to serve a did him the compliment of listeningto wit: Lots 2, 5 and 7, May wood, sections .
In doing this it is not my intentionto not guilty to the charge of grand China
term of not less than six months, the the entire speech with apparently ,I 13-24. township 17 south,
deal in personalities but to deal i larceny. The state was representedby range
sum of $35 per capita per month" the most intense interest and at no I 26 east 9 acres; lot 12: May wood,
directly with their official acts it Mr. W. C. After hearing
as !. "The above bid is made subject to I Hodges. time during its deliver did they show.,Pin Trays, sections 13-24, township 17 south
u my right or the right of any citi4zea I the evidence the judge bound him
the conditions of your advertisement." the least appearance of fatigue. Powder Boxes, range 26 east. 5 acres.
of this county, to do. over to the circuit court and fixed his I
The above comprise the best bids II At the hour of going to press the Soap Dishes The said land being assessed at the
In the discussion of the action of bond at $250 The leading witness ,
that were made and was made by the I jury had retired for the night and date of the issuance of such certifi-
tie board, I wish it to be understood j against Dr. Jerry was Louisa Ford i Jewelry Boxes :
Edwards Naval Stores Company and had evidently "agreed to disagree. I cates in the name, of J. A. Angell and
that Commissioner Fort is not includ- who is of the better element of colored -
the S. A. Rawls Co.Now I A. W. Post.

,'tas he. in an open communication people in Leon county. In her A Pretty Wedding at Oak Hill : tOe EachOiie !
to the published records of Unless said certificates shall be

through your paper washed his hands ) the board for the testimony concern'I evidence she told of having been approached Oak Hill, Fla., June 11. 19117. according to law, tax deed redeemed -

tram any complications or misunder-1 by Dr. Jerry who offered to Special to the Ocala Banner of 'h to eustimer.
ing the awarding of the bids for coun- j : ea a will issue thereon on the Sth day of

-'andin s In the hire of county con I ty convicts: sell her a set of the examination questions On June the third at Oak Hill, Fia. i: July, A. D. 1907

Vets, therefore he is: not to be held i907. i for $25. Finally he offeffred to the little Congregational church presented : 4>++..+.+..4N+..*.*...+.++ ,!!
I "Ocala Fla. 19 \ I Witness my official signature
January anj
I i. -pon.ILlo for their mistakes in this sell them to her for $15. She paid a scene of beauty and interest, !
"Board of county commissioners of : seal this the 6th day of June, A. D.
.natter. him fifteen dollars and was in turn'paid ; with its high banks of bamboo '
Marion county, Florida, met in regu-1 mag i 119"7.i .
It ii the right of any citizen to dif- ten dollars each by two other i; nolia and yucca blooms. Over the i
t lar session on this date. Present: i i Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK,
t-r in opinion, on matters of public women Jennie Wright and Laving ; windows and up the aisles were festoons
Hon. J. L. Edwards, chairman; S. R.Pyles. i .. Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.
:ntertst. with others and in free I Wilson for an interest in the ques- of and white rib 4
C. W. Turner J. M. Mathews. English ivy ........................ i 6-7 By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C.
:IIlt'rka it is a little out of the ordii.ir tions. I I bons. I

( > to be charged with falsehood !I.11I.1 Commissioner Fort being absent." ( Mr. Holloway and County Superintendent These decorations were in celebration !---- -- --- -- -

malicious designs by those in au- "Messrs. Mathews and Turner were i Epps are making every effort -! of the marriage of William L. ,j I The Picnic at Fellowship.. I NOTICE

purity! simply because their official named a committee to put in writing I to obtain evidence that will con Howse and Jeanette R. Coutant, who i The annual picnic at Fellowship .I
the of the relative bids
I explanation
iMiduc-t has been criticized and the I vict Dr. Jerry of the crime. I have grown to young manhood and ()f Application for Tax Deed Under
of Edwards Naval Stores Company'' I ast Saturday was held under the oak I
:.MI-! I light turned on. i The entire examination for negroes !, womanhood in this community. Section 8, of Chapter 4SS3.
: and bid No. 2 of S. A. Rawls & Co." rees: near the church and was largely
Cause for Complaint !, in Leon county has been thrown out Promptly at eight thirty, to the i I Laws of Florida.
Messrs. Mathews and Turner reported I attended. The turnout was excellent
i.at December the board of coun- on account of the theft of the ques strains of Mendelssohn's wedding I Notice is hereby given that W. P..
I in favor of the bid of the Edwards I and it was estimated that at
commissioners (as appears from tions. Mr. Holloway has not recieved march played by Miss Villa Dohn of I ; Williamson, purchaser of tax certfi-
Naval Stores Company, as being least five hundred were in attendance.
j .ir published records published the I any information of fraud in any New Smyrna, the two ushers, Mr. J. (ates No. 341 and 479 dated the 5th
$315 better on the whole number II ]Fellowship, Berlin. Blitchton, Ken-
,Mowing notice for the hire of county i other county except Marion where D. Sinclair of New York and Mr. Carl lay of June, A. D. 1905, has filed said
jof convicts for the than the bid Mane! Cot-
year 1 drick, Zuber, Fairfield ,
'11\ I- : 'I Mr. Cam, by a clever ruse, established Noble of Lake Helen, slowly marched I.I I. ertificates in my office, and has made
of S. A. Rawls & Co. (Record) "}lo con Plant, Morriston and Ocala were
a Notice for Leasing County Convicts to his own satisfaction that copies I up the aisle to the chancel rail where t ipplication for tax deed to issue in accordance :: 1-
tion was made to receive committee'sreport represented and the day was enjoyedto
Not h-f is herebygiven that at the had been distributed among the negroes they separated, when followed the two with law. Said certificates :
I voting) yes: :Mathews and I the limit.
!h. -tms of the board of county com- of that county. bridesmaids, Miss Pattie Howes and I II' mbrace. tte following described prop
Turner. (Voting) no: Edwards. Rev. C. C. Carroll, the popular pas-
!.8touers i on the first day of Janu- I JEFFERSON BELL. Miss Louise Ceightion of Baltimore I 4 erty situated in Marion county, Flor- :
Now why the board and the committee I I' j tor of the Ocala Baptist church, delivered -
try 191(7.( said board will receive seal- where at the chancel they met the I ida, to-wit: Southeast 1-4 of lot 3, section
did not and would not consider I an eloquent Sunday school
d bids for county convicts during theJ A.I .From Wednesday's Daily. ushers. Alone came the maid of hon 20 township 13 south, range :23;
anyof the five separate bids of S. oration which was not only enjoyedby
\ ..jtr 19H7, retaining the right how- Trial of J. M. Faircloth for the Killingof or, Miss May Howse, the youngest sis-i east, 10 acres; lot 8, section 17, town
I.Rawls & Co. but bid No. 2, I leave the children, but by the grown
,-ver. to reserve and keep out of such Dock Wade. ter of the groom, and leaning upon I :ship 13 south range :25! east, 40 acres. _
1 tor the public to judge. The writer people as well. His remarks were
twists tier use: by the county a reg- This trial occupied the entire attention the arm of her father, Capt. E. S. Cou The said land being assessed at the "-
I does not know and cannot learn from I not the dry-as-dust kind usual on such
ular supply, not exceeding fourteen of the court yesterday and tant, came the bride who looked her date of the issuance of such certificates
1 the records before him. occasions but an ebulition of witi-
which shall be reserved out of loveliest in her wedding gown of radium in the name of Unknown and A. "
men. Why on earth Commissioner Edwards elicited a great deal of interest and \ cisms tinctuured his whole speech
t the men as convicted.The silk. She carried in her armsa M. Harvey. .
voted no not to receive the I quite a number were present to listento and made it especially enjoyable.He <
board will also request that shower bouquet of white carnations I Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
report of the committee and have the knows how to amuse as well as
-ejarate bide be made for convicts oft I the summing up of the attorneysfor and ferns and presented a picture according to law, tax deed
convicts awarded to him and his inspire a crowd.Refreshments.
t following classes, viz: All those the state and for the defense. never to be forgotten by us. The will issue thereon on the 8th day of
brothers the highest and best bidders -
as j were served for the
-.rving under a sentence over three I There were not many witnesses I groom and his best man Mr. C. Chris- July A. D. 1907
I do not know-the public majt benefit of the repair fund of the
i.onthtf to six months; all those ; I tansy of Fort Orange, met the bride I Witness my official signature and
judge. Had I have been in his place examined and the jury was reached church and the good ladies at the
>,ting under sentence from six to at the chancel, and joining hands Rev.I seal this the 6th day of June, A. D. .
my name coming first in the alphabetical about ten o'clock. head of this department reported a
months. H. H. Jones in an impressive manner,
yflve roll, and I had not known how With the exception of young Cheshire profit on the sales of nearly thirty 1907.Seal
board reserves the right to re- performed the ceremony. i I ) S. T. SISTRUNK
fThe Mathews and Turner were going to who admitted to have been pretty dollars.
1"4'1> t any and all bids. The organist played softly "Hearts Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. F
vote I certainly would have voted well under the influence of intoxicants I These annual picnics are looked
S. T. SISTRUNK, and Flowers as the words were uttered 6-7 By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C.
yes to receive the committee's report on the day the shooting occur forward to with much interest by the
i''rk Hoard of County Commissioners. I i that joined these two lives to
and have the convicts awarded to me. 1 red the defense had only the testimony people of that entire section and it is NOTICEOf
above it will be noticed J gether.
' From the I However, had there have been "de of the widow of the dead man I .1' the great event of the year.
i 11".ere" to lease the convicts on I i iIuuary Many beautiful gifts of cut glass,
liberation and consideration" between and the defendant himself to rely i I Application for Tax Deed Under
11. The writer and S. A.I 1 1Uawh r china and silver attest the love and i
me and my colleagues on the board, 1 upon. I I :f I Marion just now in all pro..u..ty Section 8 of Chapter 4SSS, Lawsof
in Ocala ready to put in esteem that this young couple are
were I' might have done otherwise. I Cheshire claimed that Wade, the his I the most prosperous of the interior Florida.
bid and meet with the board. I! held by their friends.
Again to the tesumony-the record: I dead man threatened to kill Faircloth II ;'counties Indeed. it is probable thai Notice is hereby given that WilliamE.
The board After the wedding the bridal party
other bidder.
tinI I'n.\ y nut aw meet BO and the bids were not 'I "The matter of preparing the contract I i on sight and that he told Fair- I! repaired to the home of the groom, j i i it is the most prosperous county in Tonner purchaser of tax certificate

between the board of county I i cloth of these threats and warned ;' the staie. No. 265, dated the 7th day of August
11.-.1 and considered until January. I I where a lovely wedding supper was !
t q!'It' commissioners and the Edwards Naval I him to be on his guard. E served. I A. D. 1S99, has filed said certificate -
Ml! You will note further they I If' NOTICE
Stores Company was then taken I Mrs. Maggie Wade, the widow of in my office and has made application -
[ tam the right in the advertisement ) I Mr. and Mrs. Howse left on the I -
up and duly executed, which contractis I Dock Wade who was slain testified for tax deed to issue in accordance -
reserve and keep out of such con East Coast Railway amid a showerof jOf Application for Tax Deed Under
1,1 that her husband said that he intended with law. Said
as follows: Extracts: I certificate
on it fur use by the county a regular I rice and good wishes for a ten days i Section 8, of Chapter 4883,
"This agreement made and entered to kill Faircloth and at the moment embraces the following described
after which will be
not exceeding fourteen men. I trip, they at home I Laws of Florida.
supply the Sth of A. D. before the shooting when Fair- situated in Marion
into on day January. property county.
\ roiiM the public understand from the I in Ocala Florida the groom's head Notice is hereby given that J. S.Grantham. .
1907 by and between the board of I cloth walked up to where her husband Florida, to-wit: Com at a pt 30 Iks w
.AhoH' anything else than that the I quarters. A VISITOR. : purchaser of tax certificates -
county commissioners of Marion county was, that he (her husband) i I' I of ne cor, lot C, sub of G. I. F. Clark
board would keep fourteen men (ofuurw No. 304, 305 and 306 dated the
: Florida party of the first part and I said that he "had satisfaction in his !! Marine Monster of 1800. I grant, tp 12: s, r 22: e, thence w 4.51chss10chsw5chss6.45chse
the best) out of the lease? Is j i 5th day of June, A. D. 1905; has filed
W. J. Edwards. J. L. Edwards and L. for Faircloth," and as soon as
I gun "When I saw our latest leviathan !i
said certificates in office and has
1 reasonable to suppose a member my
it not K. Edwards, as copartners under the I he said it that Fairclooth drew a revolver warship, the Indomitable, launched i! 5.40 chs, s 5.22:! chs e 3.SO chs n 21.67
of the board would Know from made application for tax deed to issuein

l discussion among themselves about firm name of Edwards Naval Stores I from his hip pocket and killed I at Glasgow the other day" writes a'I accordance with law. Said certificates chs-12 acres.

a Company parties of the second part." I her husband. correspondent "I could not help The said land being assessed at
embrace the following described
the hire of county convicts exactly
t Faircloth's statement was along the wondering what our forefathers of a I the date of the issuance of such certificate -
what the unpublished intentions of property situated in Marion coun-
"And in consideration the said parties same lines. He said that he had been century ago would have thought of in the name of Chas. V. Hill-
the board were in the matter? Hence ty, Florida, towitortheast 1-4 of
of the second part, for themselvesand told that Wade had threatened to her." I I yer. Unless said certificate shall be
advantage a member of tbe board northwest 1-4, and northwest 1-4 of
i their assigns covenant and agreeto I shoot him on sight, that when he I In 1800 a leading naval authority 13 redeemed according to law, tax deed
had outside bidder, whether southeast 1-4 section 9. township
liver any pay to the said first party at the i confronted him Wade said to him wrote: "The size of our ships seems will issue thereon on the 17th day of
"intentional or unintentional" by other south range 23 east 80 acres; north
rate of twenty-eight and sixty-five one- I that "he had satisfaction in his gun I now to have reached its ultimatum. June A. D. 1907.
members of the board the effect is 1-4 of southwest 1-4 section 10, town

the If you unintentionally hundredth dollars per month for each for him," and attempted too raise his I The French indeed, have latterly ship 13 south. range 23 east 40 acres; Witness my official signature and

barne.off toe-nail, the wound of such convicts except for each female gun before he fired upon him. I built a ship of most: extraordinary ,northeast 1-4 of southwest 1-4, sec btal this the 16th day of May, A. D.

stamp my convict and male convict under The state's witnesses denied vehemently 1907. S. T. SISTRUNK
size, 172 feet keel, 55 feet 9 inches by ,
would be as painful as though you I tion 10 township 13 south, range :23!
15 years of age fifteen dollars per that Wade made any such 11 the beam, tonnage about 2850; but 40 Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
intentionally did it. The effect is the I east, acres.
month." remark that he was leaning with his 5-17 By H. B. FOY Jr. D. C.
she is pronounced to be entirely unfit -' The said land being assessed at the ,

same. The contract is signed by S. R. left arm resting against the fence and I! for service. ,
You will further notice in the ad- date of the issuance of such certificates -
chairman tern, J. M. Mathews the barrel of his his I NOTICE
Pyles pro holding gun i i "And yet this sub marine monster
the board requested separate ;I in the name of F. Lang & Son,

>'ertirement bids on convicts serving over C. \\". Turner, as members of the right arm, and when he was accosted i I of 1800 whose size made her so unwieldy Henning L. & I. Co., and Unknown.
board of commissioners of Marion Faircloth made motion Publication. Department of tha
county by
no I that she hath been
I never out
also Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
six months, on
three and! to : Interior.
up Land Office at Gainesville
Florida of the first whatever raise his and without I -
county too
twelvemonths. gun of harbor was but a third as long as according to law, tax deed
convicts serving from six to part and Edwards Naval Stores Company changing his position, said to the 'I.I our latest cruiser little more than Fla., :May 20, 1907.
Nothing special is saidahtut will issue thereon on the 8th day of

children and by W. J. Edwards, manager defendant, "I told you not to speak t! two-thirds the width and a sixth of I July, A. D. 1907 Notice is hereby given that William
bids for women,
Ardis of Belleview Fla., has filed notice
parties of the second part. to me again. I I the tonnage-in fact, she was relatively Witness my official signature and
dt"t'repit. of his intention to make final five
Why lIon. J. L. Edwards. chairmanof The state read an affidavit from the so small that she might easily,
whether or t seal this the 6th day of June, A. D.
The public can I year proof in support of his claim,
is "be- the board of county commissioners dead man's widow made immediatelyafter one would think, have been carried
not the above advertisement viz: Homestead entry No. 31440 made
absented himself and failed to sign the tragedy in which she did on the Indomitable's deck. I II 1907.Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK ,
clouded! mystified and misleading. March
25, 1902, for tte northwest
\\' > will now examine the results of the contract for the county in the not say that her husband said that I "Although a fifty-acre forest had I'Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. quarter of southeast quarter, section

hire of her convicts.. I cannot understand he intended to kill Faircloth, or that : provided her timbers and it had 6.7 By H. B. Foy, Jr., D. C.
the above: tak'i 28, township 16, south range 22, east,
unless there was deliberationand he said "I have satisfaction in my I jen two hundred shiprights a
At the meeting of the board on the and that
proof will be made before
consideration of the subject by gun for him meaning Faircloth.. I build her, her total cost was less than NOTICEIn
Mb day of January, the bids were I Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala Fla.
Com- him and his colleagues. The state witnesses also testified one-tenth that of her successor of to-I the Circuit Court of the Firth Judicial
opened. Edwards Naval Stores j 5
on July
From my view point had it not that Wade had ample opportunitiesto day.-Westminister Gazette. I Circuit of Florida, in and for ,
t bid for convicts sentenced to.sere i He the
I.m names following witnessesto
knowingly have been against public shoot Faircloth if he had so desired i Marion County-In Chancery.
over three and up to six months. his continuous
policy the contract should have readJ. as he met him several times I The President and His Six ShoCter City of Ocala, a Muaic'pal' Corporation prove residence up-

$::9 per months. For convicts sentenced L. Edwards chairman of the boardof that day when he had his gun with I A special to the New York World of Florida, Complainant.. on, and cultivation of, the land viz:
from six to twehe county commissioners of Marion him but that he made no attempt to ;I from Washington under date of June I I Fannie Anthony and Samuel P. James Summers of Belleview, Fla.;

$.::1.\o5;) month. They further saym Jeff Davis
per Belle view Fla. Burrell
county, Florida, et al parties of the shoot him at any time. Is. says: "President Roosevelt's six-!II Anthony Defendants.-order for of' ;
their bid: "We notice nothing is l I Samuel of Belle view Fla.
first part, and W. J. Edwards, J. L. Mr. R. B. Bullock assisted State i shooter convulsed the large audience Constructive Service.It ; George
raid about convicts sentenced to servefor i Summers of
Edwards and L. K. Edwards, copartners Attorney Davis in the prosecution of which witnessed the laying of the : is ordered that the defendants Belleview Fla.
less than three months, and if 5-24
under the firm name of Edwards the case and Messrs. Charles L. Sis- corner stone of the Masonic temple herein named, to-wit: Fannie F. Anthony HENRY S. CHUBB,
these are to be let we will pay for
Naval Stores Company, partiesof trunk and L. T. Izlar conducted the here this afternoon. The master Mason and Samuel P. Anthony be and Register.
.them the sum of $26 per month.
/ the second part.In defense, and rarely has better, more tied a white apron about the they are hereby required to appear to a
/ After their bid is signed and closed Notice to Creditors
the next chapter 1 will review logical or more eloquent more touching waist of President Roosevelt, and in I the bill of complaint filed in this
"For all feTuale -
jthey add as an appendix:
convicts and boys under the age the newspaper correspondence, and more pathetic speeches been doing so raised the tails of the frock cause on or before Notice is hereby given to all creditors

will try to give a valid reason for every heard in a court of justice. coat of the president. Monday the 3rd day of June 1907.It legatees, distributees and all :
of 15 we will pay $15 per
years assertion I have made concerning The defense had but little fabricto "Everyone began to snicker and is further ordered that a copy of other persons having claims or demands -
month. against the estate of HerbertA.
the leasing of Marion county convictsfor build upon but reared from that the president soon became aware that this order be published once a week
S..1. Uawls & Co. made the following Ford deceased, late of Ocala, Mar

bid: the year 1907. fabric a most imposing and formidable something was wrong. Some one motioned for four consecutive weeks in the ion County, Florida, to present the

With a desire for equal justice and structure.Mr. to him that his 'gun' was exposed Ocala Banner, a newspaper publishedin same to the undersigned within two
1. "For the Lire of
and chil- good will to all and special favors to Sistrunk, the leading counselfor and he made several futile efforts said county and state. years from this date.
Including all males, females GEORGE H. FORD,
'( offer none, I am the defense, spoke for about an to cover the revolver. He was This 2nd day of May, 1907.S. _
; dron for all terms we hereby CECELH WHITE FORD

V. the sum of $26.50 per capita per Very respectfully yours hour and a half, and Major Izlar greatly embarrassed." T. SISTRUNK, EMILY FORD STOTESBURY.As ,

R F. ROGERS. spoke fully as long if not longer and A great many men in Florida are i Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla. Executors of the last Will and

month. spoke both eloquently and well and wearing stripes and working in the I i By H. D. Palmer, D. C. Testament of Herbert A. Ford, De
:. "For the hire af all prisoners, ceased.
made it that their client act turpentine camps for offenses of this T. E. Biggs,
Senator Morgan, Alabama's great appear I "
Including males, females and Ocala. Florida, Feby 1907.

sentenced to serve a term of not less statesman is dead. ed entirely in self defense and if he sort. I Complainant's Solici Qr. 5-3 6-7 Stlr


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(1( CHATTY, CHARMING LETTERMISS II(j j kof faithful the present enforcement law of and the in provisions so doing r" ..- -'H----v-t

I the good purpose indicated by this :


THEIR MARK AS STATESMEN. I I j Referring to the other act revums'the )i T : : ,

1 charter of the Atlantic and 0';.if ,

| Rairoad Company, Governor Browar '
Special to the Ocala! Banner. ; He fought and he fought till his belly j .
I gives the following reasons for !hi- : flONE .'- -
Tallahassee, June 1.2.b :1 dragged the ground I j veto: "In so far as this act relate ', -n.J]% rD-r % .

"Think in this battered Caravanserai Then he curled his tail and fought another f "
|the charter of said railroad, it l" 'r.[ j

Those portals are alternate night i round." diets with section 25 of article .;; : 5" | CASH
i it I
1 S s iI t
and day, PRICE
I I i me constitution of the state of F: :

How sultan alter sultan with has The unlooked for happened last!i iida. as amended in 1S99, which pro:....' j ji ,

amp week when Hon. It Hudson Burr. the !i j fits any special I legislation of this k::. .. j '- :. -' :: :I. II ,, II .:t*.

.... Abode his destined hour, and went chairman of the railroad commission. ,j The r said act also purports to wor;, a j q.- .

his way." announced for governor. We expected '', forfeiture of lands! but the langua. j ji "

That sounds better than to say that' some announcements, but none of i j used is so ambiguo'b: r.-* : : sToRhJ : .

the legislature "like the cares that infest I the expected came. They were allj(I clear whether the lact-:: are attenl'r-;

.00' !:here that week General Gilchrist. Mr. !J ed to be forfeited L> ,h- > >:: :Jane to
the dafclded its tent, like the ( !
Jennings, Mr. Browne and Mr. Beacham !i the state or by he state iu :.e com'pany. | '1*

Arab, and a-: silently:: stole away." but it remained for Mr. Burr to''; ." JEFFERSON BL..._ j

'1- It is good t', have our Tallahassee spring the sensation of the wee Of j :

: all to our. .- .s again. All the discordant the number General Gilchrist and Mr. j| GOVERNOR BROWARD AND THE i ,

-. tones rave been silenced and Burr are avowed candidates. Mr. Jen- ,; LEGISLATURE

only; the accui-.omed sounds of life rings is a candidate also, but does !i j ;

with cheerful interludes of gossiping not admit it. Mr. Browne and Mr. !ii j i Announcement
i i i Governor Napoleon B. Broward cunI OpeniQ9 I!
. sparrows is h*:ard. And the long Beacham have the matter under con- :! : I
, I I tributes a letter to the Tallahassee:
peaceful nights: are filled with the music sideration. Senator Adams' friends i ii j
I i Sun, giving his summing up of theacts ,
volume after volume of melody i looked for his announcement for thej I'!
and doings of the !ast !eislatirf r;
from the go.Men: throated mocking United States senate, but that also i;i ]
,-the good and bad p inti of that ,
birds filling the solemn watches of was withheld. Governor Broward'sname !

darkness. has been repeatedly connected body.'e |
I quote his remarks, onving: : !-..-= !
with the United States senate recently The above named establishment will throw open its doors to the
personal grievance againth Times'
I but he has at present no intention : r
There seems to be a tendency to
Union public on
I i! : ,
candidate in
of becoming a the next
criticize the legislature and disparage
1 When the legislature altt; was a'
There is, however, tell
campaign. no 6)
Jts work. On the whole it averages 1 of

grand body men.
ing what be may do, as he says he i g
w up about like all legislatures. If it I It was organized by the coruoration! SATURDAY JUNE ]15 1907
when he feels that he is
'., had done nothing except perfect the only runs :i forces. i ij ;

drainage law it would have justifiedits called to run. Senator Trammell is I j! It procrastinated for tinuefit: of I ,
believed to be waiting to see what I
right to be. The last day of the Mr. Sparkman intends doing before I|j the corporations. j jj and hereby extends to the people of O ala and neighboring communities :
legislature was by far its most stren-
It committee and ui'f ckrk- j
. uous day. The opposition: resorted to he decides whether or not he will bin e'i j ships gave to corporation hirean: ;-:. j an invitation to call and see the splendid line of goods on display. IL ,
the race for and Ion Far
all manner of strategy to prevent a congress { It appointed a committee to inestigate : \ The business will be conducted on just the plan that its name sugests-
the internal ris figuring on measuring strength I
vote the act continuing -
upon which surrendered to N, York \
c improvement investigation.. with Frank Clark. There are candidates railroad interests. ;! ONE PRICE CASH [0. P. C.), and we assure :you that everything

: Both boodies had adopted resolutionsto galore for railroad commissioner. !i It refused to pass a just' and fair : it possible will be done to make it true to its name.
hour WOMb Trammell, Jule Solomon, I o
12 o'clock but
adjourn at as
t 1 franchise tax law. i Among the lines to be handled be found
t approached without action upon this John L. Xeeley, Royal C. Dunn and i may
I i
It refused to destroy :rschuo'!
Senator W. K. Jackson the entriesso
r rescinded
the resolutions ,
act, were book combine. !
the hour for adjournment. far. Of this number four live in i .
r and six o'clock was It refused to give the -t.ple safe I
Tallahassee, two have served as secretary -
The house next rescinded
:i art
life insurance at reasonab! : rates. i
to the commission, Mr. Dunn,
fixed half for ad-
r : past eight Up to this point it was a model leg i
, :. journment. Senator Hudson defeated the present secretary, and Mr. Xeeleyas islature. I i CROCKERYZIAMPS
i secretary to the first commission. I
in this and the
senate concurrence
: ;
Then it began to see how it had |
So numerous are candidates for railroad I
hour was left open. It might be stated been misled, and began to take stock :; g ..
; commissioners in Tallahassee
truth that the famous "Be-
with j It began to realize that its investigating if j. j jI .
fore Day club of the house carried that you could not miss hitting on i! I
f committee being used i
was to
the day for drainage and the continuance or two if you shot into any bunch omen j I I II
aid railroad interests to take from !i
, of the internal improvement in you meet.in Tallahassee. I the state its remaining public lands ;I j I
;- vestigation. Some of its most active *
It saw the injustice of the tax law'>: j j I ( fl

members prevented a stampede at Governor Broward has filed with I It ascertained the necessities of the j I i I

noon and even brought members back the secretary of state three veto mes :(people who have long suffered under! j

from the depot at the last minute so sages. The measures vetoed are: oppression from railroad and other! Ii .

as to have a quorum at the: last after An for "
..' act the relief of the tax as corporations to which special and immensely -! i

. noon session. sessors of the counties of Dade, St. I valuable privileges had been I .
'A. .A I !
.--- Lucie, Osceola, Lee, Monroe and De- I
II granted by the state free of charge.: GLASSWARE
This legislaure afforded the most Soto. 1 :
; '
, It contemplated] the needs of the {
I excellent opportunities for men with An act to revive the charter of. and schools of the state. !i .

.c any ability to distinguish themselves. to continue the powers, rights and It recognized the claims] of 'he bat I.i iI

Adams, Crill, Massey, Trammell, Hud- privileges of the Atlantic and Gulf
( !
tlescarredereran of
. '! the son, Neel, West, have long been I haway Company, heretoofre chartered ihe
needs: of their: widows.
.. known as able men in the senatE.. I and given under -- : I ,
chapter H ;1. HOUSEHOLD
.. More '
pensions to Conftd!> :.ue :so: -! I HARDWARE1
while Harvell of Santa Rosa "Big laws of Florida, and amendatory :r'ih;.rs and their widowseiv !provide.! I !

Wilson" of Hernando and Watson of I, thereof and fixing the time for the I'
tor. and an ;ncease: given :? ail. j !
Dade have been the strong men in i I completion thereof.An liberal appnpiathmsH'n.. mad *

the house. In the senate Fred Cqne I act to amend sections 14;;::; and for all case'" *.: schools. j ,o I) --

I developed surprising force and t 655; of the general statutes of Flo.j! : The bunions of Taxation w..-.. some TINWARE
: i
strength. Farris, Reese, Knight of ida, relating to public printing. [ I :
\\ hat !
I ; equalize-! ;i.y just pi\\-.r":";
Columbia Calkins, Carter, Mathews i tax.js I
I I The tax assessors' relief hi'.I!! provided )- :i! *- pon: those tint:,,ing grea' t!,:"ufit out I
and Malone and MacWilliams took
for the payment of cimmi1sions | or rne people: i fry virtue or r--Mgu; '-

the lead in many a closely drawn on the basis of two per cent on';'Uii! 'hem by rhra'e.. J
I. fight. Farris. Reese and Knight assumed II
of the the drainage assessments to be paid! The ham'I the! railroa;I t'drJmi-: ) -2! WARE
leadership anti-corpora-
lOut of the internal improvement fund -.n:! were >treiurhentd: :! : l T:.t.. can
I tion forces in the house and in most
moneys now in the har>U of the rri-:. j j'i: <> Mtmethmg :ilr: 'he; peopl- : I'k
I cases led their forces to victory. tees. In his ''i I j
CII. V .
n.esr.sage:: ':'rnol' Brow couintisl'-s'as: apIJI.u.: \l to
: J ard say: !!'ia',..' real h- "' <<
a !: < gati.jii >r > {J11-!! i
Two men who failed to make good I : ,. { and> everything pertaining to the
!; l hind kitchen.
'Thi;' !Jaw, after defining; the du'k.-j i ; nune.f: the s'a''' :
i I and showed that they were unable to I lof the :Many! othr "
trustees and defining their poner -ar'ry: fI'a.oI: W'I''' I
rise above narrow partisanship were I J.i U
a-l'i .ho'll.!
f > specifies the particular objeUs ; I -- _-
; Beard and Brooit in the -nate. Mr. ., I
: j is I
of ti ;
I imjuroxv-'uent fur wine* tx.rnditurn ; ; :: using' a. : quirt i .
.: II Heard especially nave evidence that.' of this fund may be made: ana:; ,:'i addiTi'ita': : ;:,\ ...\.y. I:'!: '.\ ,) wi!: : I

I u was unable: i 1.frea J himself from i! ; ; ,. I Everything we handle will be sold
( :"
!,i ibelit-viai as I do. that the fxpemht :::'* '- : a : \ [ten jt ::" I :'ecII.i T l lower than the same can be
the I
hampering of
eight personal '
jof i any of this money for all' utiif.purpose :r p'lnTH": I '!} .P ri::" ,' n-' a th' : "i purchased elsewhere in the and
C I' I City we stand
grievances and made a spiteful fight than that specified iu th" ur: "miks i ready at all times to

; on his persona! enemies. I do not believe I make good this assertion though it is
The ii'iier.i': a broad
I to would endanger the wO"! : : :' ;enu- a\: } is nicivajed pretty one. We art

( that Mr. Beard actually realized : fund, and as it is a fact tara :f tn : a !hrf: jjiJl:: but :1 1.:> is to meet f able to do this for several reasons principal of which
how far he allowed personal I I be
feeling may men- :
legislature now has the power m in'reatappropriaTiun:; ,: given to rh.counties tioned
to influence him. lie is of intensely cli-j : We sell for cash only hence have
a man we
I f. vert any portion of the fund they have for their common sch*>o'-. I i no high priced book- '

t,t strong prejudice and feeling the power to divert all of the fun- j land who will complain of it? _i keepers to pay; we have no bad accounts on the books for which other
and doubtless was absolutely honest
., I hand should the trustees pay ou fj These are only increases and made to "make "
patrons are
in his actkius.: if takes a big man tol! will!! good; we buy for spot cash and there-
any money in this fund in any other not exceed one and a half !; I
ri- ? above personal feeling and I fore get the advantage of all
preju- tfJ"y'l trade
The discounts
way than that prescribed in the law legislature: in the last days :; on our goods.

i dices. Mr. Broonie has some disorder contained in chapter 6lu it would inj I something for the people. The Every piece of goods is marked in PLAIN
I! of liver or spleen, which he mistakes FIGURES and only
1 all probability involve the fund hopelessly porations were not hurt, but the pto-i: OXK:
for patriotism. in litigation to the great injury I pie had a few crumbs thrown to them j charged to all, whether he be a titled millionaire

I 1 of the fund and to the state of i and they will get something good !la. ;: S or a day !laborer. .. R

t The man above all others who Florida. I therefore withhold my ap-I''ter on if they select good men. j We want (I ,
everybody to
came out of the legislature a much proval of the said bill and veto the The governor does not tell us why j! I come and see us on our opening day; I' !

r bigger man than when he went in is same." .I 1 the legislature was suddenly com eft. i see our prices, get acquainted with our mode of doing business and .{

I Governor Broward. The legislature Governor Broward ed from the paths of be convinced that ,
gives as his reason unrighteuu-ne-: :,; we will SAVE YOU MONEY
was organized by the opposition and ; if will but
for the bill to the better and I you
vetoing relative to the way perhaps it wail:\!
it that I give us an opportunity.
outwardly appeared the gov
state printing that the act does not never be known. .
ernor's friends were in the minority. !
specify that all printing for the state
f! Before the session was half over it
shall be done in the state as has been I -
had become apparent that the tide R. Hudson Burr of Litt:V R.cf:1' : ,
i was setting strongly! in his favor, and That established if custom since 1SS7. Fla., and a former resident of P,1.k I: ". .

j while all the measures he advocatedwere persons outside of the state.county, it is announced, will pu,,:'t 1'.,:,1 ly Most of .
should our
receive the goods the
contracts, having be are on
in the and
(I not enacted, many were. His complied with the race for governoro .- :l"-I way now
requirements of the
cherished ceed Napoleon B. Broward. 'n' nd J i
was -
and the approved board and there should be failure to have been uurging him for ..1 just as soon as same arrives will
work will go forward with sin-- t::-!- j we tell
LI comply their contracts at a time ,
unhampered by legislative disap- past to make the race and :t Nad: I
when delay would be fatal to the interests
; proval. Governor Broward is with that he has at !lat consentn, : you about it through the
l of the state, the only redress It papers.The t
4 p. out question the most remarkable is believed that Mr. B'Jrr tit.: -k ; .
would be suit on the bond, which suit
man in Florida today. Like Joan of velop great strength, and T.- :-;oil; II
I ; he has heard \'olces-voic would most probably be removed by who defeats him will have ,1"} ;
I: Arc, s that the non-resident contractor to the to :-qu. : #1 .

lead him on to battle for the rights of United States remarkable campaigning. Four >-..<::"-. i .
courts. Under these .
i r1 the people of his state. lIe is absolutely ago, when gentleman! ; rau! f ;' KI..
conditions the state's interests
4 saturated with his purposes. road commissioner, he wa par ally : :
sacrificed and work required to be
He has no conception of the word de unknown, but with a \\ -::1 'j.-iraiv' : : a I

i I 111 feat. He never knows when he is promptly! done during a legislative system of newspaper adveri.--, his:
{ session, or at other times, would failor O p
I J beaten. He says he never has been would have to be undertaken by name soon became faruiaThru.: ,. ::-I Store E
i1 out the state. When
beaten. There is no task too great other rtmn.n: ::oi I
at a great expense and .
i I!t to undertake to accomplish whatever commissioner, he advocated a r. d'K .
greater inconvenience
and loss to the
: he has set out to do. Failure in one tion of the extortionate freight charges ,
: :C direction only spurs him on to a more state.statutes are provisions preferable of to the this general particular and in this way he suri .eJed .u : Main St., next to O. K. Grocery, Opp. Montezuma Hotel

!; ,I determined fight along another line. polling a big vote among the farming ,
change proposed. The
act contains
He is like element of the state.-Bar-,,
II_ some good provisions, but they County Record. w } OGALA FLORIDA

\ 'That ring-tailed monkey from Tus- cannot be approved without also approving ,

e caloo] the unfortunate ones. The 4t
I Secretary
: ;JVTho came on too fight the kangaroo. best interests of the state require the Taft says there will be I
co war wiith

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$Ik\ I I I SHAW'S' VIEW[ Of 1T1. HIS SECRET. 0 I I &? Surgeon's Vindication

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\ : :, Former Secretary of the Treas Lincoln and Oliver Lycian were employed (Original J
\\ During the four preceding the
t \ Talks on Public Ownership. in the same bank. Oliver was years
ury civil war David Jeliffe, a southerner
G ten years younger than his brother
t i
C 0 was studying: medicine in Philadelphia e
\ and since Lincoln had educated him
Jeliffe was ;graduated a few months
? j\\ ) Government Employees Never as Efficient and secured his position:: for him Oliver I
4'I after the firm:; on Fort Sumter, which
? 0 S. ) as the Employees of Firms and adored him. The elder brother had :; opened the war He was a delicate lit

'kk. \\ \ "e,<. I Corporations-Tenure of Office In the been in the employ of the bank twenty tie fellow, not at all in the fighting line

a \\\1 Civil Service Breeds Slipshod! Ways. years when he was suddenly killed in the only bullets he took to being hi
,, o \ }
C\ '' ". C C \ j a railway accident. Oliver was at i pills. lIe would have liked to stay ia
L There are over OOc., < ) public servants,
\ ? the north where he would not be
;) expected
v. ,, t-nce promoted to the place left
41 ;). & "' \" e, exclusive: of presidential appointees, i vacant I
v I to fizht. but his father
\\0 Its duties the peremp-
? of important
were keeping
e an -
: \ 0
\ \ under the direct of the department
\ \ supervision :
? \ \ v. \\ set of books, and the salary torily ordered him home, and the medical -
'tl at the head of which I bad
: knowledge; he had gained was }
appropriated :
i was $3,000 a year. Lincoln's death
li lnf 1 1g'J the honor to temporarily pre&ide.: They j i was both a bereavement and a blessingto ;. by the Confederacy.Little .

are a good conscientious, painstaking; j Oliver, at least so it was considered, Jeliffe was looked upon as 1

body tf men and women, and yet if for his promotion would enable him to being so feminine and received so :.

the treasury department were a private i uarry Grace Mackenzie, with whom : many taunts on that account that he tJ

enterprise every whit as much he had long been in love. i made up his mind he must do something "

work could be accomplished with a While Oliver had not said so, Grace to prove his manliness. Being -;
; invited to a carouse by some of hU ;
had understood that he loved her .
I reduction of one-third In number and -
would be brother of cers, he carried out his intention -
make her his
glad to wife.
one-fourth in the salary of those reI|I
But since she had no and j by getting drunk. Fortified
1'H: 'H HiMiiinz. This condition is not to be I while his salary was meager he would ,j with an infusion of the blood of John

rhar.rd to civil service rules and reg- aot broach the subject.: She expectedthat Barleycorn, he was brave as a lion,

: ulatillus. of which I most heartily a-I as soon as he entered upon his and when one of his associates called

!P:' Ire but to the inherent nature new duties, with their increased pay. i. him Miss Jeliffe he smote the offender

!11,f'ervice.!! I he would make her a definite proposition hip and thich-that Is, he threw a

&' f l Iri 7- S(>:ue years ago while walking Oliver was very busy at the : glass of whisky in his face. The In-

? \ t.1r"\I! ?!J Lincoln park Chicago, I no- I bank! for some time after -his brother's ;I salter Captain Ralph Pawning, would

\ v.0" O''v."v \\,.. ti.-ed a group of twenty-fire or more death, getting the run of the books he : have annihilated the young surgeon

', ';). .. > ';). men pushing lawn mowers. Stopping i was to keep and scarcely; saw Grace at : then and there, but the others placed

'v'1"1 ::1,0. '\\ v. ,: t-, make! some Inquiry of a policeman, all. When he did see her, with ample themselves between the two and pre-

\ \\ '\ ; I innocently asked why the city did opportunity to declare himself, she was vented.

: ; ,. int use mowers drawn by horses. I much disappointed. His manner had !i The next morning the doctor awoke !

shall Ions remember his reply: *'I guess changed. Whether it was the hard I with a splitting headache. He had .'

run don't live in Chicago do you? I work he had been doing or the increase scarcely opened his eyes when there

0'1:1.i How long do you think the city administration I of his responsibilities, he seemed ten : was a tap tin his tent pole and In

if it mowed i walked Lieutenant .,
would live ; years older. Grace rallied him upon Rutledge. He informed

the park with horses?" I his alteration! hoping to get the cause, Jeliffe that he had been sent by

The cornerstone of the city ball In I hut a pained expression came to his : Captain Pawning;: to demand satisfaction '

'" Philadelphia was laid on July 4, 1S74, face, and she desisted at once.Oliver for the oatrasre" of the night; tie-

but the building was not completed fore. Jeliffe asked "what outrage." >
Lyman efficient
\ was as a man
rtr'flll'Ippylr' ,1,1 \ I until the first year of the present cen- I as his brother and had so rood a head I Ilutledffe-' refreshed his memory. Jeliffa

Iprup, t ; : t I tury. The capitol at Albany! was begun !I for banking that he was often consult- I was astonished and not knowing

i in the sixties It was far enough ed as to problems which came up lathe : what to do, said that he would com
: lL : ] of : municate with the
advanced to be the scene: an inaugural management; of the business. lIe j challenger later.

\ .( hall In the seventies and was seemed to have an Intuitive knowledgeof Jells; -

:I completed, all save the tower, for the value of properties, the credit of i
which the foundation found Insufficient : Captain Parker, with whom be
I}I was those applying for loans, and It was was:
in 1MK). In the meantimethe : most intimate, for consultation and add
I - ----- -- ---- understood at the bank that If Lyman

NOTES AND COMMENTS I IWill Candidates for governor aas Florida Lambs I two great political parties alternated said "No" to a loan the would lie borrower I, vice. Parker looked serious, stroked

thick as flies-and they make a noise ,I i Anent the weights of lambs given in control, and I am told in one I was sure sooner or later to turnout I his heard and said:
or more instances four generations "Reckon you're in a hole Dart/
the people Gopher John Beard like a swarm of bees.-Apalachicola I on page 1193, issue of May 22, my old- i "a lame duck It was not long
I performed work on the building. i before he was offered the position of You can only get out In one way-by
Times. ; lambs after
in the est were dropped Febru-
coming primary-Lake City
I The appropriation for the public i i assistant cashier of the bank with an taking your chances with Pawning.
Index. !: ary 25. When shearing sheep on I You "
in must meet him.
building; Chicago was signed; by I Increased salary, and exclusive chargeof

I If, as Col. Peter O. Knight says, the j j I April un I with the sheep penned in the Grover Cleveland, and about sixty I the credits. ; "Why not apologize?" moaned Jeliffe.I .

While flannel suits and canvas :! multiplicity of bills clogged the i| morning four men shearing all day flays ago I made final l settlement and I When Oliver was called into the I "Because you've' been regarded the

shoes are now just the thing at fash- wheels of radical legislation, let us i i I and continually rustling the sheep 'I signed; the draft for the last paymentand president's private oifice one morningand Mss( Nancy" of the regiment, and If

iunablf weddings. I devoutly thank the Arbiter of Destinies i I about in catching them to shear, just was then able to answer public I the offer made to him his countenance I you apologize after having resented
I criticism because the work had pro- being called so it will fix your stanw.
1 I
them failed to light with
as we were turning out at night up pleasure,
for that multicinliclty..-Tampa |! gressed so slowly with record proof : You'll have to stand the contempt of
instead ,
Suppose: that the president had lived j Evening News. |i to quit shearing for the day, I thought that it had been about as expeditiously | as expected or accepting it he every officer." "

in the time of \nanias-my, what !i : some of the lambs looked pretty good built as most structures of its charac asked time for consideration. The preident. *- Parker left the tent with a reluctant
surprised wished to know what
naught have happened. I It should have been introduced as 1 1. and had one caught and weighed. Af- ter erected by the government.The I possible reason there could be for considering .I permission from Jeliffe to arraage tan

ter being in tbe pen all day and worried Harlem river terms of a and b.
-- i "a bill to be entitled an act to furnisha 1. extending from i the acceptance of a position meeting, as toou as

II (/Ca'mp Clark is from Missouri, and ;, full and satisfactory coat of white- ::; in the way stated the lamb the Hudsou to the East river, eight i for which he was so well fitted, especially had gone Jeliffe gave himself up to

!hI'a\\' it. lie says Florida is "a fine ; wash for the doings of the Internal |j i i. weighed 55 pounds. miles in length, was dredged; by the I as the work would not be confining despair IIr
I I 1 I this be- government to a depth of fifteen feet. There was desultory fighting for *
Mate.-: Apalachicola Times. !I Improvement Board."-Lake City in-1, do not think is too far !; and the salary ample. Dut Olio
: in seventeen years. week, then a lull. One morning Lieutenant
= ; hind the weights mentioned on page ; ver said he must think It over and
dex.. !: Now note a few instances of private Ratledj came to JviUfe HIll
j 11193. :r would give au answer the next morning -
Sriiator Massey of Orange county I My lamb was out of a common
fib i enterprise. In 1904 the Pennsylvania I i! told him the meeting must take would! wake a tine appearance in the !i Florida ewe and by a Southdown ram. Ills answer was a new surprise.
: And Mr. R. Hudson Burr i is another i railroad began the construction of twin He declined the plucked up what courage bo
i, offer
'; giving as a teason .
; Neither lamb nor ewe had ever eaten ,
tunnels through the mud beneath could
s! "consummation devoutly: to be wished" I the i that he shrank from the responsibility muster and laid he would fee
thing: except Florida grass and |! Hudson river and four I
I in the line of "apostolic succes- ::; any I tunnels extending of determining: who should be Parker Parker Immediately went to
it that the investigating this spring : thence under the city of and with Information
Rumor has : sion" to Governor Napoleon Bona- i. our grass was very poor I Xl'w.. made the recipients of the bank's Uutledge returned tbe -

committee at Tallahassee! found a' I on account of drouth, as "we had no;I York and beneath the East river to 'I' funds; that, while' he consider certain that all had been arrall tL
Bruward. Wei.! maybe it might |
discrepancy of $1S3; .u,>0.-Laki, City parte !! I j rain from September, 19<>t>. to :May ;| Long Island City, and now at the end : men good and certain men l lad The uiertiiiK was to take place to a

Illlk x. be worse!Jacksonville Floridian. ,' 1907.-S. H. GaitskiH.: in tf reeder's :; of two years feels confident that its j|i risks financially, in his heart he trusted field just buck of the \1';: iet Ono at
I -- -- I : fifteen miles of nineteen foot waterproof daylight the
morn ll'
-.. _. '! Gazette. t [: no one. Feeling, as he did hN duties -
-- -- Hon. W. D. Bloxham and his niece, j tunnel will be completed and in : Jei.ftV, fearing to shot his condition
:Much of this so called prosperity of'till' : would soon wear him cut. tae:
Alias Blanche Blake will! leath r i I i use within the contract period of four i before Iii- brother oti...-m, kept bU
j-outh consists of hot air. It is i The Chinese Way.It i president reluctantly aC'et'l'tt'C1 hLs reasons "
attractive: home at TaI aha".-l'e early ] i I years. I: but raised his salary.When -U'ut. S<- u :\til'r "ta| .. be put out

fine to liquify the hot air.palachLula this week for their us iu: Bummer vis-1 I i i. not an unalloyed delight' to awriter .i: John B. McDonald began work on !. one of the directors of the his cautlie! t > \ vvent any one costing

Times. !!I the subways of New York in and S ". cot m terror. MWninht
: it at Ht'u.erollt"! N. C, ExGorernor to have his manuscript return in March bank who knew Grace Mackenzie! t..M : b
\ ', 1000, and had nine miles ; cau'-. .tad be..u still sitting Iu
with double ;
Bo.\ham! has spent a number ofsuuut.ets by a publisher however if one's manuscript : her of this offer and its dei liuatinu "lie:
for PhiltiJer !! track and stations in the same lfifln1 3 o'clock !. t
Pl'lItl--yh'ania 11ad..clu't.J operation in fouryearsand !1" tUltJruiuJ
at this charming! mountain; mu t nH" back, i iis pleasant i was more puzzled/ than ever. Oliver;
; seven months ,: Le had I hl value delrrrate, ukl
and )Hs <
.' C. Knox for president !i!
to have it with as much "-(gar- continued to visit her. apparently tok
in- to\\u. i | These instances illustrate the natural, \:, at -t, when his \<><- ntial balloon is l-on"idt'rablv in her but
: !prc---idt! coatina :Y. saHarper's i I II pleasure company, never
? --- ----- ; as po.i 'the\ necessary and the inevitable differ-.i >' was ready to die. lie walked oat t<>
1 I spoke a word of love. T<> test him she
I'| ) ,i The: index .1th'!t't caumuch for \\ edd.\'. I I 1I I I I ences between private enterprise and the held <;bowiug! neither trepidattea
,__ ______ once intimated that she milt: soon
>" the people of E:{t'l'LI. But ouldn't The Chine;'c' t-luors: excel all othl'i I government work and might be multiplied 'i nor bravery. He wag sobject t* ss
have to announce her euirawau-ut tii >
(. \W want mort doiuoci-ath of the ,',, the :sanurtasouss that caused Gov- erg in the art returning contributions in eotinitely. I(i another. A look of such terri'.le suffering mango confli'-tin: ; emotions that tilt

lla ner t tamp.Ce can win the fight I do not know that I i neutralized one another.
> ernor Broward to situ the Jacksonville in such a way as to spare the can explain the I I came over his face that she

c i it we can but get together and stay : !; charter bill have applied in this contributor's feelings. Instead of I i reasons why these differences must 1 f hastened to reassure him. I They found their opponent oa the

!, and always will exist better than to field waiting for tbeoi. There bei0; tt!'
together. case as well-the right of the people saying curtly that the manuscript isj I I"una'ailable" I I One day the bank cashier tendered
i recite a commonplace experience.: I j. dueling pistols in camp, the seconds
or "not adapted" they t his resignation, to take effect at once
I to be heard in their own behalf at !
received bad that shot
should be
| a telegram some days from arranged exchanged -
that Live : ago
The Democrat announces Oliver take his
somewhat Lyman agreed position
the polls?-Lake City Index. send the writer a letter i the cashier of a little bank in which |i with 1't''oITers.t a Mgew1
oak's flirtation with the capital re- : I till a new cashier could be appointed -
like the following: I I am interested. It read: "I am offered j i the opitonent should, begin bring and
Lake City keeping bis own position at
all off.
moval is -
In the circumstances the loyalty of ; "Illustrious Brother of the Sun and $-12.50 an acre for your East Boyer i continue till one hd fallen or tIM
the same time. Before a new cashier
Index-: II I I II Jones (the body servant of Jefferson:' Moon: Behold thy servant prostrate)!I I[ land. What shall I do?" I answered: |j could be app')iuted the president had a chambers of his revolver had tea

I Davis) to his promise is unreason at thy feet, I bow to thee and beg toj I "You know better than I do. Do as stroke of apoplexy, which forever ren emptied They were placed thirty
When we get through scissoring the' live.. i you think best. To ths: he replied, "I ; paces apart. Jeliffe facing the eat u>!
I and Thy
that speak
the wish of may
ing. Such devotion to a :, grant | dered him incompetent for business.A .
Lake City Index and Punta Gorda !, : think the land is well sold." These tel : Pawning; tbe pest RutieiUe "was t<>
t master long dead is remindful of the i i honored manuscript has deigned to; meeting of the directors was held ,
I were not give the signal hy dropping a laaaJ-
had been I egrams even preserved. But
Herald they look like they cheerful side of the industrial' cast the light of its august countenance -]i and Oliver Lyman was called into the .
if I had been acting for the government f kerchief. Both the principal bad their
iu a Texas hail storm. I have !I room where they sat. lIe was inform.ed .
situation prevailing in the South be- : upon us. Witb rapture we I would have had the land advertised weapons raised as wa permitted by
1' i fore the war.-World. I perused it. By the bones of my ancestors | for sale, I would have sent a j i that he was the only available man the terms. The handkerchief wa HH

!Next to the house fly it is said the j never have I encountered commission to examine and appraise I j to run the bank till new officers could fluttering In the wind wbea' there WM

$ habit of kissing the baby is declared j Just wait until about the first of such wit, such pathos, such lofty i! it, I would have had not less than two :j t>e secured. lIe surprised them by a "crack:" and Pawning fell dead.
I asking if would turn over themanagement
V to be the most dangerously vital manner i! next January when the tax leis thought. With fear and trembling I subordinate officers of the department I they of the bank to him Rutledge looked with a glare at Je
consumption. I I go through all the papers and submit per lUre and put his bind tit bU hip. Intending
of spreading made and the people begin the pay- return the writing. Were I to publish, manently. After deliberation they offered .
, IJ I their recommendations I would then to shout him supposing that
J ment of their taxes. Then listen fora tbe treasure you sent me. the emperor -! ( him the presidency at a salary
have rendered! final decision, but 11 J be bad fired before bit time, but Parker
LOST-Saturday afternoon. between howl, loud, long and deep, for then would order that it should be | would have been careful to preserve of S_;:;.1)1I0) a year. lie asked them if prevented. Both nth to 1'avate

the residences of Wm. Hocker I the people will realize sure enough made the standard and that none a complete record of everything, lest on j they would discount his note for two .: and found bun stone dead. They proceeded

and M. Fishel a baby cap, with two I what an expensive luxury a legist!a-* be published except such as equalled I some unhappy day after my retirement i years without security for $10.000. to Jeliffe. took bin revolver al

gold pins. Mrs. Wm. Hocker. G 11 3t j f ture is.-Madison New Enterprise. it. Knowing literature as I do, and and perhaps after my demise an investigating i They agreed to do so. Then he accepted ,!i found that it bad not been dtafharged.Suddenly .

II I that it would be impossible in 10,000 I III committee, appointed perchance the presiding and exclusive: manage several abota were bare, sal

The Key West Citizen says Senator Live Oak is still claiming that 7000 I i; years to equal what you have done II- by an adverse congress, would mcnt of the business of the bank. I ballets whirled about tile .baad .t th*

Mailory's fences in its section need I II make Inquiry and failing to find positive The day he entered upon his new du party. They precipitately took to
I population, but Frank Harris is a little send your writing back. Ten thousand ties Oliver Lyman received $*I.(=-)).
attention. Well, why not get lion proof of honesty, would make a j cover
because they only cast times I pardon, behold,
"jubious" crave your : less interest, for two years. What be
them-Lake report filled with suggestions of doubt, i| It was plain enough now The apt
Frank Adams to repair 139 votes in its recent election. my head is at your feet. Do what you ; and tint would be quite enough to did with the money no one knew. That : they bad cbo-ten wa expattd H theenemy'

: City Index. Three years from now, when Uncle will. Your servant's servant. j brand my name with shame. My sub- 'I. evening he called on the woman he bad picket line!. and PawBhag aJ

"... = Sam gets a whack at this census business The Editor.i i Jrrdinates took the same precautions I I f) long kept In a false position and 'teen kilted by a sbartMhuwter' TM
' ; The Florida bankers will meet at I II said to her
tj I there'll be a revision of figures. and safeguard their reputations: with j : question arum what fcboold thf Mf
.' the Continental Hotel at Atlantic I "Grace. I am at last enabled to make
III' I -Lake City Index. I Answers to Correspondents j I an equal amount of red tape whenever ,i about the duel. It w*< dckhi W gi*s

Beach Friday and Saturday. Mr. T. I I'I'o, lion. R. Hudson Burr has not ; they sell an old horse or wornout piece'of 1 you an explanation-an: explanation: for the facts, exonerating Jeliffe .and evw-
who is the i : furniture. you alone. When I took tin place of
T. Munroe, of this city, j
I mending Lim for the fortitude wtth
Still Another Richmond in the Field. tendered his resignation as a member
brother whom I loved better than
It is the function of the i' my :
fourth vice president of this organization : -I appropriate which he had stood to Mt with
John W. Watson is a name often of the railway commission since announcing all the world, except you, I found a op
will attend the meeting. government to safeguard the indi'id.ull one of the bravest men la th* ansj.It c
I heard in connection with the gubernatorial his candidacy for governor.That I and to see that the same of busl- deficiency in hii accounts<< of $35,.-.al wu further aoaouami that he was

succession. Mr. Watson is custom has become obsolete. I| ness is fairly played, that the cards: are That deficiency I have been carryingand ;
to be In future >td wefas'The .
!'rs S. I. Reed of Jacksonville, rsf
would make the is to hold what held above the covering ever since. Not a person
an able man and The modern way you I table and that everybody officers who told this
if'fugh of the I Iha'e I story Mfv
the columns Ietropol i
has the slightest suspicion it. My I
state a good gO\'ernr-Stark Tele got and get what you can. is given a square deal. It is not posed that, since It was the truth It
defends the pardoning board. We I salary will be $3.m4): a year. I have
graph. Yes, Hon. Frank Adams has a the appropriate function of the government would be t>?li"Tt*!. only' that pertton
'v- .. wager that Mrs. Reed is a good "bar-It11 to sit in the game. discounted it for two years and used i was believed referring to Jett&Yapluck.

her life is a benediction the money to make up my brother'. deficiency '
and that ..
woman d bare
Terrell's friends : The re+t wa *nppi to
that her is as a ray of While Governor Control Easier Than Operation. If you marry me we must free
; presence i been concocted to sate aim a
were drinking his health in cold water They are talking about this one | get on for two years on about $;jI)) a
light in a darkened room. The plea! for municipal ownership! court martial for having; killed Captain
at a farewell banquet Tom Watson and that one running for congress | year. After that we may spend all
t seems:' logical in communities that ap- Pawning In vain it was a **rtd that

The pendulum is swinging. The was writing an editorial: saying against Frank Clark. The fellow pear to be unable to control public !;! my salary If we choose. ., the statement was the truth aid &oth>

r moneyed interests of the country will that the governor was a peon of the I who wants to keep his scalp bad better i utility corporations.: But if cities: with '!i Grace Mackenzie' stood looking; at her lug but the truth Jt-ttff* was spared

,t boon Le on the side of Southern railway and had fairly earn ; let Frank alone-Starke Telegraph j: all their law making and law enfore-1! lover with a-.toni<:iiment till he had any further taunts sad was' treated
finished, when went to him and
""here is where it ought democracY'1. ed the $10,000\ the road put up for his i inal action against the editor and the I I Ing power cannot cope with corporations put her arms about Ms neck. with respect' so kxig as be reaaai
I which operate by their sufferance with the regiment. He was soon ordered
Watson diets on gall will come before the criminal i < ;
t. has been i campaign fund. case
I the
The democratic "And tore bad
party alone without
been. would they be more able to manage : on pt hospital duty Whys be
noted for its conservatism and mod, and garfish broth. He has a bad word court here, if it succeeds in getting I my sympathy?"
I these companies themselves i was in no danger
for nearly every human being. i that far.-Tampa Evening News. I I AMY B. KENNEDY.
eration. I It Kansas: City Star. < I 1 I CDMOND CO>lMOY.


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ti tf ti i t'" B.f t Origin of Florida cf the Probably Hard Rock Now !I It " ,," 'l'l4

t Lakeland' Fla., June 7, r!
To the Editor of the Ocala : i '

.' It has been generally aslUw'(1 .-. j
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the hard ro;:', phosphate was l : .

than the pet;; e. the entire ab-ene i -

: organic color] re-ma1'to ;' :e in assumption.the former 1ing ] 11: S R' ..;"o ]. f 8 R.jil;"; n'T ,iT' E i .

: z : be Further no cnatn than: this whatever, there S..ftl-t:>. t' :: < : :; i ni'w a (}1t ; .. "M'.J .

the two clagraphical -,. of deposits: ih.ir\ ; .

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,, .... WhafL [ AL [ Ci :OJ YlRS -
., 0 ently as ;adcharacter-. :':' anent! as their >il!:\ :I! I ,e r ,

; '.. .:' A strip c1! 'rntory running -- -._ __ _.n. -- -tI/I
" ;., and weft &":'J,s Pasco and ')!" _
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f Polconnty! vas believed to -(' -4IIJ 1
the hard rods: territory on tlu -# J
'0 from that of tie: pebble on thf s<,
.f Recently, however, Mr. A"n!:, ; C :( ;
.' Yogi, the dbcooverer of hard 1 I ar
phosphate in Fiorida, called nn '
: tention to deposits of Phosphatesthe : :
supposedly neutral stnp.l' .

'. ',.. two In classes this reg.cn of: phosphates tbe deposit; occ; "of;:.r ;! X00.0.01o1..oe11o.o1. .o...a ...+..... ..... ... ... *. ..++ + .o.1.e1o.......... ..+............................. .. --tII.
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: gether the pebble being I j __ \ '
below the otVr, showing ac !' ..
to geologic seqiu-nce the more i' .
J. origion of the hard rock. This: i _
: ,,< accepted, the problem of the ;::!
._. the hard rod!: phosphates ot Flu i '! l I
would sera easy of solution. j I Tris -
R .. As is well known the ph' ,h : jill''
; pebbles are on the whole thoro'l:':! :
water worn and rounded. Th- d ;

tus from this action was borne : i -....
:' ward by the current and deposit*.,d ; +. _. __ __.n __,a- i. >
> the eddies and quiet recesses; alonu! i : : .
_; .,: <,course to be flaked and curled b\ I + -
'. '... sun rock later and laminated on as found boulders in the. ;; I )j1airbank & 008 :i -Ai '

;; Identical proems may be wnne-- l : :
.' going on today at the pebble .. -- '
phate mines, where the detritus I If : --- .vi '.
the washers is discharged into .) ..-.....-. I
,.' streams and fiats in the region ot. : i .- A 4
plants. R. R. SXO\\' ) : : : :

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At Ocala: Fa.!: June 19, 1907. I .. +.
j I The United States Civil Ser\i

., Commission announces that on :
j ji
'," ; 19, 1907, an examination will hi' h i,'! I I I !
for the position of clerk and I
i ., t. in the Post Office Service. j
.' .;: ;" This examination offers an EE
" ; nity to bright energetic young j I i
'. sons to enter an interesting fit-id I i SUNNY MONDAY 11,
.. Government employment! where
t t, salaries compare most favorably : : }

\G t'. i '.. those Subject paid*:in Spelling private, emplo\ment 1); .o"t.I I 0
I i S 0 A P S i
.' :letter writing 20; penmanship' .::
\ (copying from plain copy, III: l : i0 -.
I ; States Geography 10; readme 4 : -cZI 1 5t
dresses, 10. Total 100. 4 __ .
f.,! t <'. ',. Age limit all positions, 18 to 4 -
.. .
f years c -< i Male applicants for the Post j jr : :
i r service must be at least 5 feet : (' ..
t : '' in height: in bare feet, and 1_.') I -...
F in weight: without overcoat and b: : I : :
f otherwise their applications will: !> I If : .. .. ----4a
;t canceled. Female applicants are : 4 4I .
I .
i required to be of any specific ht

,,I ..- or ted Married weight.to this women examination.will not This be pru .I I I Ir i. AND VERY BEST CANNED MEATS j'

t tion, however, does not apply to !i I .. -.. '
f -." r Aorced women or women wh are i c ci .
t 1 .
I 1I i .; I crated from their husbands and c cJ .
( ",
i port : n : .
t[ I persons who have been cx 'I I
t i I.. ed for the poi sun; of clerk or cai i 4 4I WIlIID J :
I ,. ;t I pass within: may the be pa-reexamined; year and upon failed l i j jI I I lam S urape DIce In Pints, 2 doz to Case -

I j jt
new applications} in due time. I
rI I For blanks, :
I application
r to applicants, and further : .
\, J lion application should be made to ) I i I Justice Cocoa & ,
I I : Chocolates
l. I. P. Borden, local secretary at j'I W,_E BAKER'S
Ocala, Fla., post office, or Gti I :
; f Donnell. Xo application will hI' |! .
{ .
cepted unless properly executed If j ..
f I I filed with the undersigned {prior : + -----
. i the hour of closing business on :
c"I% I 12. 1907. GEO. S. DONNCLL :

;t'" I t I! Secretary 5th Civil Atlanta Service tt'l.r;Dbu t i Besides, we carry a full stock of Hay, I V

;. ; t It Was a Matter Poor General Rejoicing. :I Grain and Feed Stuff Send "/
i :I < us your -A _
. .', t ( I The Florida legislature passed ;
r ; to history last night Ma ;ol-r. '! I .

r.k. '. t!; If!I pfact.all nature The forest seems birds to rejoice were o\oat,'r : : I orders for Groceries < Try- a few cases i .

I\\" t t. !!i sweetest force this tunes morning; the Florida singing hen: tl' 'I : No POPPing : --.

L I -led with a different voice, the rll\J : I I "San Toy" Matches (or flying : ) Prices right i !
t E crowed in a more musical wa\: E ;

r atmosphere was more pleasant, .. .. --J1G
f leaves appeared brighter green ---
; town cow. meandered with a i ii .
i i f' step; the stroke of the town ct: r r ................0111111..1/111111.1f.111 1....1111..1-10J11010011011....".""...1011+../1111111 i. J [!
sounded more in unison and in j w.......... -e yjJK
, : all nature seemed to rejoice that ;I II Iq -. '\Cj ,
was all over. Live Oak Deuuu r, :; ..-........- -
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I I:. Anent the governorship. Dam' r': I ---eII !.
or has been and is very busy jum
r discussing the various probabu-! i': : ---
didates and among these meuhm \
t' : <. -<)
w the most bewitching smiles! M \ m ; > 19
i be bestowed upon that prominent I E i
I : Gm
11 !, honored jurist, Judge B. H. Palm! I ;I ........ >.
; of Lake City, and the great and j jJ --cJ
J lar "Moses" of the Farmers' Al:
5 i'l l the beloved and able follower and : ;
J ponent of the uicek: and lo\\l\' J,> 1 OCALA FLORIDA ]
of Nazareth Hon It. F. Rogers. >
: t :"That?t: r gentleman would make for I -G V
f ibjlji chief executive and : I Ij

j,.&:J:I I $ho calthe ci' carry state.every-Li\e vote Oak in Democrat.this st> I i j j'J :? " " .' '.' Er: '6'6"6'66"66'66'66'6''" ' '

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