The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I HON. E. L. WARTMAftN'S SPEECH land expensive irisltutions, masquerading
rt under the title of university or
KODAKS Gives an Account of His Stewardship college, and with curriculums about
in the Legislature-Seeks
like our High schools.As .
rf 'f Re-election. I these ools-except In two irr- "
stances-were practically high schools To Every Customer Based on, Business and: '
the Demofcratlc of
Tp .
: i of local patronage, why should -AND- County '
; '
., be supported at the expense of. the Responsibility. ,
Two the people,of Mariion
... .. years ago state at large? I said local high
;; county through the democratic party,
, schools. By that statement I will .refer
: nominated and honored me by electing you to the enrolhnent of the student MUNROE & y
iHOTOjRAPIC me'as one of their representatives 1 In body of the East Florida Seminary \
the legislature of Florida; and at the .; .
I one of he first state echols es BANKERS.
solicitation of good friends from
many tablished. From the catalogue: of 1904 '
\ : -' all sections of our' county and after Ocala Fla Jan. 27 1906.
?: AT THE and 1905 of this school, I have copied ,
duly considering the matter myself, 1
the following data:
1,: r again come before you and ask a renewal Total enrollment.. .. .. .. .. ..270 !*
of confidence and trust in

me. .your 1 Total and Alachua enrollment county., from. .Gainesville e .. .s .157 .tile to the railroad commission. Any r ., -

fPOST: OFFICE DRUG STORE While I come.as a candidate, speak Total enrollment from other states. 21 country would be undesirable that did

: ing frankly in .his.own behalf, let it be Total enrollment, from from the [:not have ample and quick transport

known that I makeno appeal to you rest of 44 counties of Florida,. 92 'tion. Railroads are essential to the development RlN QS

: except through your sense-of discrimination Of the 92 students from the state of our country. They give ,

bfttweeu men, and their ability", outside of Alachua county, 32 of them! employment to labor build cities and .

t : to do the most good In the position 'or thereabouts-were scholarship increase values upon our farms, therefore
they seek through your votes. they deserve equal.and fair treatment
167'students from the
Think of it
&z I-: I : : ,Prescriptions Carefully Filled In, the history of governments, or the county in which the school was located I with any other 'interest of our We Have Now in Stock

affairs of a nation, it seldom, it ever, and 92 from all the other sour ;.,: country. But when they received from "
happens tLat one man's fate Is of sncb our government benefits through enormous the Most '
if will Line of
.' 'c:. ties of the state! I.. think you I II Complete ,
transcendent Iinj-ortouce co his sour land they should be heJd; ,
grants !
TOWN. Mr. Walter Briggs' has'.retul'ned take the Florida State College, .
HAPPENINGS that his place cannot be filled bothers In strict account to the public and =
home from several weeks' visit in try at Tallahassee, and examine its student RINGS that Can Be Found ,
.. Tampa. equally as competent, faithful, body enrollment, about the same give the people the same considerationthey
i good and true as he himself has been condition of ;affairs will be clearly, received from and which was Anywhere. f

,Th& candidates allwent down to Mr. Thomas Bal y'spent Sundayand Individuals cOme and go; they play !shown as existing at that time. Sixty- granted by them. They must be kept

c dJer'.Tuesday afternoon. Monday in.
V ,_-,- Mr. and Mrs.- J. E. Bailey. of their triumph or misfortunes, and I these schools came from the' communities toe government in such a way as will

t"' ,iti. vi, H- Brown, of Blitchton, and the great hart: of the .world throb ,I 'in'which they were located., Now, prevent them from doing any injustice ,
; t J pi:, Stevens, of Connor, were Mrs .William Hacker and Jittle : ,
jfc. ;; on and the incoming tide of human the discrimination in the distribution to the individual citizen. Corporations
: sboppiitg.} "Ocala during the week daughter are visiting Mrs. E. II. Mote' interest moves toward its destiny, obliterating of the school funds of the doIng business in the state 'ahould be

: in Jacksonville.Miss their nameless". auk forgotten state. The legislature of 1903 gave a controlled by legislation of the state.I .
:. "Miss cue Banc came In from Cotton dust. to ,$166 for each boy and; would not do the railroads an Injustice
moYnlng and will be Annie Butler of Gainesville i is sum equal
Plant> Tuesday There are few indeed who are concerned 'each girl' in the East Florida Semi if I C iruest of Mrs.. Jack Camp for rev- the guest ol Miss Clara Moore sA her .
'ths in fate Indh.idua1.but honest
my as an nary. and U86., per student for each reasonable Interest on every :
ral'day, -.- home on ,South Magnolia: street. it is your right' and your duty to scholar in the' Florida State College,. dollar they have invested but they
concern yoursalvea as to my conduct should not -permitted to capitalize
and for each student in the South
Lindner th''POPular
home Dr. Eaton ,
t. Jto W. .W,, CJyatt returned as your representative in the last legislature Florida Military Academy at Bart w, for one dollar more than they have
; ''Tuesdayafternoon from ax short "visitto young ,Anthony physician waa visiting of Florida. This .expect and should be
of $392 student actually invested nor they
the enormous sum per '
in Ocala : '
Monday Fred
to Lake Weir earnestly will do. All I ask dividends inflated 0. ,B. Weihe
.' trust you -enough, to educate every boy in this allowed to demand on ,
: :' of :you my friends is that you consider or watered stock. They should be
Mrs Lee P. Cox of St. Augustine, school at Yale or Harvard-was required
Punn non was represented in Ocala my record impartially-keeping 'impressed with the fact that the people The] Jeweler.
is the guest o fher sister Mrs. P. V. and the employment of 19.. '
r' Tuesday" by the following"gentlemen: in mind that all men are fallible creatures : should receive credit for the increased \
Leavengood, .at her home on North ,teachers, or one for each class ofstudents. 7
Y, B owe I. Neville, D. G. Leitner, and if I in that La .J
Messrs. Magnolia slreet, and liable to .err see Now, my friends, let, us i values of their roads
f. Joisa- < Gamble. W. L. Hough, and ar.Uba.ll have swerved from the path which led compare- these, appropriations to the proportion. that the people give them i .

.. "Xean- I Dr. D A. Smith of Anthony was to .the best interests of the people, or state schools. There was, at the time business, and by it make their properties ; i -
,, the: hands of reckless automobiiists
t. in Ocala Monday, having come to attend whether I deserve the condemnationof this matter came up before the legislature the more valuable. The railroads as
they were first here.
)!r. Henry Grantham Citra, who 'the meting of the .Confederate an unfaithful publi servant. of 1905, 22.636 pupils enrolled in and the people should work band in i

t ,ie'ja;Ocala at the residence, of" Mi veterans. Much important legislation was enacted -, tour common schools., These boys and hand with this purpose in view, which -
&ndMr3.: D. It. Miller, continues to ,be during thelast session of the girlsreceived from the state $11 per would go .far in solving the present' My friends, H is not my:.intention .. "

'. critically ill and his death is hourly; The -machinery of the Hagerstown Florida legislature. Among one' of the student Was that 'dlscrtminatlonon ? difficulties surrounding them. The to magnify what was accomplished

; expected.( Spoke and'Bending Company, of which moat important was house hill Ko. [ i commission Is to the' .
1 : ( silt perhaps say, why they ;wermniveryities railroad a benefit through me as one of your repre enta-*-
Mr. W. J. Lohrig is 'the manager, passed 261, more generally known as the and colleges.- Yes, but in people it the men you elect will do lives in the last legislature and it does i

': f Oapt, Allan Gibson was in Ooala through Ocala yesterday, being; "Backman" educational b1. |name only. Take the enrollment of their duty. not occur to me that I did! any more

'G. 'nraradayon! way back .to.his home : moved. from Fairfield Ito SummerR. ..W.3 -1. will as briefly!: as possible, give'you |, these flI.called'olleg and what die There is hope that the senate
R"'. it Leesburg.' He had been spending; the: history which led up to the introduction find? 'Total, enrollment of 9 .stat !United. States will soon pass the, 'rate' to do. Yet I think it but fait to myself
: .\. Ullman, of Cincinnati Ohio, I'
', :seyeral-days at Grahamville with his ilr. of this bill and its final pas I institutions, 1,444 pupils In the preparatory bill giving power ..to.the. interstate in saying that I betrayed no trust

: ,.": ,father, who is quite I ilL who: spent Saturday and Sunday in.< ;sage. :, department of these schools commerce commission fix rates that which you imposed upon me, and
Ocala with Mr. and Mrs. M. Strausleft ;, I
;!.f It vas my pleasure to be honored will prove just to', the'railroads and worked for the best interest '
:there, were 95!. From this you can. of the
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; Holder of Dunn- in' the
3S .Mr.: and Mrs. Edw esterday for other :points .
with the-chairmanship of the -conmit I the Should this bill pass and -
: :readily see that the amount appropriated people. people; My. "Kicord: 4s befoer you and .
; their!
Ocala on
in Tuesday .
*non.: were stat, tee: which bad under corts'-ieratfon thi by former legislatures In support. I I become a law we of Florida may receive my acts.are known. But to those .who -
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t. 4o Jacksonville where they /
''r' spend tray several days. ),lr.U.. J, Knight has' bun to. ship nod important measure: which committee of these schools, was unfair, unjust, 1 I what we, ,have long beea. without ;are not famll'iar 'with my record I de- '
also! had referred' to them all and that is, just and reasonable sire to that-I Y
.. celery and we: dare say no finer has and entirely out of proportion, to the : say introduced a bill .
}fr::Sara iDell,' of'Gainesville )Ir. II. been grown in the state this sea*+ti n bills relating to t.'testate sch<)OJs oj sums appropriated 'to the common tariffs on' incoming. and outgoing; reimbursing Marion county $3,360 for
*'" higher Learning Thus situated this our counties. ia" it I freights. armory rent due by the state I wrote
fx H. Laura, of Crystal River and Col. R, that shipped away -from 'Crystal Rivet schools of Why
u P,\Rogers, of Electra, were among our Crystal River News. .' comnlttee became thoroughly familiar I Ithat tha towns in which thesesocaledcolleges Let us, then, maintain ou'r Florida the bill preventing any officer, of tie fi-

visitors Mrs. Lizzie- Marsh and little daughter these state schools, and the various the children in the common schools i the proper persona composing that convicts and prisoners to- negro con

-?"? Blanche.Jjowry, of I1omosasthe and Mrs. W. C. :Marsh) of South appropriations asked for by the II of their counties'? The answer is sim- ;: commission,, let us elect men who will victs.; I supported the bill preventingthe

:charming young daughter of Mr.sai Lake Weir, were visiting friends, arid counties !n-which; they were located. I pie. They had in their midst: a' stat, enforce the ''statutes. Let us keep the playing of baseball and other "

'Mrs..W. C,. Lowry, spent Tuesday; shopping in Ocala Monday. The latter I desire to state that not a single I institution teaching the same grades commission; strengthen it with- the games on the Sabbath day support-

shopping! in the city. !t was formerly Miss Lula. Priest, of representative woo supported this bill of study! aa was taught in the county I power of law, and through the enforcement ed l the bill repealing the "FlagJer' Divorce .

.' Port McCoy.Me was willing to in anywise, impair or high schools, and you; my' friends i of .the law we can be treated Law.1 ,
E4WiUiams a boy, who was con \ l destroy the public sciiool system. Were" aiding in raisingthe, enormousnms'neeessary .! with fairness and justice.Agricultural I opposed the bill making the $30.000 ;
I yictd; (stealing a horse, .,:as senien and Mr5?. lIardy 'C. Croom nnrl : Under the constitution of _the state, to maintain them. *I Statistics. appropriation- the Tampa. fat .

I' edtoi'two years' yesterday by infant son, left Friday for ,Danville the legislature was required to estabjlish The sole purpose of the Bucknian i Under .the present laws of our state Alligator Bill. _

Judge, *'*BuBock.i Va where they will'visit Ir. and Mrs. I: two seminaries of higher learn- -was to throw this money back;;s a law that requires the c.ouIty.rom" Much has been said in a jesting

I i .' ; \i-u. '. Frank M. Hamlln: before going toAshevllle ing. and by the establishment of t5 ese Ibm the- several counties of. the state;; i iI missioners to pay to the tax assessor way about the alligator; bill This bill
' --Mss! .,:'Ada, Bennett an. attractive for the StlOc per name for agricultural statistics, was Introduced I through requests from

I' song.- ,laj Of Crystal River.., who iswell'known Capital. Mbuted a cer'ainfundtoward tho-r I rural schools; foster and maintain [made by them each year. Now, this cItizens'Ifing on the Ocklawaha river. -

in-this city spent" ; the day X support.- Then' came the hecesalty of good high schools, and graduate our j jboys' county has been paying the sum of I had no interest In the matter mysel}, ,.:_,

intoiuvrlthhlends!:' Tuesday, Mr. G. B. Stein 'has been successful' establishing an institute, for the deaf : and girls in the high school, $400 per year for ;this work. I madea one way or the other, and my impression

-, in finding Ms1 gray pony .tha't str.l'OOfrom dumb and blind. Others were established qualifying them to enter the two higb1er : calculation including what was paid wadthat these people wanted a '

MrC.. E. Herrick of Crystal Ittver, town several days ago. We are through political favors until : institutions of learning established j I I to the state printer, and I find it ha? bill of this kind as a means of protecting -
spent'Tuesday In Ocala,, .baying come here were'mne of these schools of the state of Florida about I20.00Cper
sorry to learn .that the horse had bier :and provided for under the Buckman I fro-lil the lives of thosewho 'were
.. /to Iaterv1ew the dentist.- She was aceontpanied greatly overworkEd and Mr. Stein has higher li'arptng'aUed universities, !.law should. they so elect This will.I annum for a little book (about the logging on the. river and in the :As

by her little daughter, Miss. been compelled to call 'in a veterinary seminaries', institutes, academies and l result in building up a grander school i I!size of a' Webster Blue Back spelling swamps. from reckless shooting at alligators -

; 'Eunice Amy Herrick surgeon for the animal.Mr. colleges, as follows; University! atsake ,system. A system of schools that will I Ibe i book), which contained what was supposed from deckB of passing -

City; Florida State College, at a benefit to the people generally j to 'be the agricultural statistics trlea.rners.TM people who asked for
'Xri'J., aA Munden !s' very ill at C. J. "Grace, accompanied by his Tallahassee' ; Normal Institute, al DeFuniac and not to" the favored few who were I of Florida. These statistics were very the passage of this measure are honorable

';:.her home en the heights with inflam- little daughters Aka and Elma of ; St. Petersburg Normal, at SO: 'fortunate enough to have one of these I incorrect, and of no benefit whatever and, upright citizens and I
amatory Tribune.
jheumatlam.-Tampa have to Talbatton. Game Petersburg South Florida Military I ito: the people, I introduced a bill repeal.
Kendrick gone ; state institutions located in their j i thought they knew their business. The ,
/ The above fall learned withy ( I.
." ; news be little girls will. spend "the summer. at Bartow; Tallahassee Normal Agricultural midst i!ling the law, which passed in the faousrJ58 bill, passed without objection and as

> MM..Munden's Ocala friends with their aunts in that city. Mr. Institute at Ktestmmee, and Under the new law, one university, I to '2, and in the senate 28 to ,1, I !previous legislatures had passed similar -

'. .' Fred Johnson, a colored .boy, was Grace will return in about ten days the D af. Dumb and Blind Institute, atSL I one- female .college ,and 'one institute j!Ifound no one but he administration I bills governing shooting on other s.

'. yesterday" convicted for breaking and and 'will engage in the lumber business 'i Augustine. Now toad these Institutions for deaf, dumb and blind, was. estab-j I I IlIshed. I opposed to the bill,* and after the adjournment !streams in the state I thought it must ,

I entering In. Judge 'Bullock's court. Hewag near Archer- or schools, accomolished what | Under the .okl law the state I! of.the legislature the governor :' ave some merit in It. ?

I .. sentenced for one year Jn" theitateturpentine .thisweek legislature that"established them |paid the expenses of, 78 trustees. Under I r vetoed the bill st.a.t1ngbhat heIdid t And now my fellow candidates J'

r: camps The circuit court is in session considered they would accomplish,. Iam I the neWwe pay, for the services. of 5., ]:' so because,no provision was made .I desire' to. say. to you that It.is a. pleasure t '- it
,: and began on the criminal dock-1 free to say there would have been \ This bill received 1 the greatest" censure ;;;for this 'work. to meet you and discuss the poll- .

..\ Miss Line O'Haver, of Keuka who et Monday' morning. One little colored no necessity for the' legislature of 1905 | from the people in which the for? j[ Reapportionment. Ides and_ problems ,which the People

hasbeen'Attendlng school .in this city boy was convicted of stealing a horse. to abolish them. mer schools were. located and the
'. at the Ocala b.1h'! school left Tues- With the exception of one case for'i These schools-"except) the Deaf. 'greatest, applause :from those who hade j i necessary at the coming session which ,each and every one that I have nothing

'dayfor her home. 'While in Ocala attempt at murder, there are M important Dumb and Blind Institute a.tne | interest at heart in the education ,[will prove a benefit to this county. but the kindest feelings JOT you. .

.Misa O'Haver has been ti along her cases on the docket local to, a very large degree. Each of the poor boys and girls residing in I Under-article 7 of the constitution]lit: Is not in 'my' mind to at any time -

x > newith Mr. and Mrs. D. E. David- representative and senator elated' counties in* Which ,no s institutions, 1 I it will devolve upon this session to reapportion during' the campaign, say anything '
'10"-, Mr. E. L. Waiitmann, of Citra, received from the-county and district In which were located. i I the state. Under pre-sent disparaging of any candidate for the

.- a wireless telegram Monday .these !1oo's were located promised [ Now,. my friends I find that thisvery I[conditions, Marion- Is entitled to a senator positiotf we are .seeking at the hands

/"For 'Sale :One pony horse 6y&urs from his daughter, Miss glary Wart-. 'The their constituency the largest appropriations law is being made an issue allover only with Sumter county at- ;of our friends but it Is my purpose'A

v \o)ld,one ,buggy and harness; also' 30 mann.'wM was threedays at sea: 1 possible for their schorls. To the state in Hhe present campaign. jtached.-This is ,not as it should be. Our :to accord to you that gentlemanly

'. 'acres of land S 1-: miles from the city Marconigram- stated that the ocean thatverybodY was illustrate this, take -the house journal I believe that the enemies of the law !county is deserving of a senator ofltg :courtesy'and fair treatment which weall

'.- rcooif-weii.: Cash. Apply to R L. as smooth as a, mill pond and of 1905. page 4, house bill No. 2. tntro- ar e. working quietly today, !;! own, and your representatives I expect and are entitled to. Let y

'.V&afhn, at Gates Wagon Works Magnolia -on board was well. Miss duced by. Mr. Tillman of Alachua ing' to elect a legislature endeaVOr-1 I whom you elect should work to that I not your criticism of my record asa

.&fi.eet., Ocala Fla. 5-91m. Wartmann is on her way England county joking for an appropriation the repeal or modification of thislaw.ill !.end. [representative be 'too severe, We all

.. to spend the summer. of $150,000 for the East Florida Seminary you permit it? I assure you ,my i I I. Automobile Bill make mistakes. The :perfect ones shave

The Tampa Tribune say: that Mr. located at Gainesville. friends that I. have the interest at \i t A" few months before I entered' upon gone to"another country. Candidates-

{, \J. phus Mundeiv formerly of this Mrs* T' B. Ellis, of Gainesville, isin ,, appropriations for these schools ..heart, of all the school children of our !I I my duties as a member of the b. t'house do not enter that land. If on the 15th

city. made a very interesting talk at Ocala, the guest of her daughter: had grown from $15,000 set asidefor iconnty and state for Isit not a fact ,I of representatives, there occurred day of May I shall fail to receive a

; r! PpwortSi. League ra.l1ru.t the Ta.ru.Heights -, and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs C..t. their maintenance in 1394, to SJ35.0J0 [.that our industrial social and ,political: in this county a most deplorable majority of the votes ofmy fellow

\ .its .Methodist church Sunday !Marks atthalnns, house. IrIa.rks.the }n ,1903t aiKl 1'! *1 asXe from the t -srrislature future is fearedupon the edu.ca.UonallaAlvantages accident on one of our public high- citizens my hope and wish to you who ,

,' ', ,.ulght3landay" ''who is one of the conductors on of 1905 the enormous sum of given to our children? It 'Trays.whiCil resuKg1-m ending the'tite may receive -the Jwnors from the 1>

,',, ."I Seaboard> : has been quite sick for -several J703.500. Where were, we drifting? [would- be my pleasure to, represent you lot a promising!? boy This accident was I[pIe of grand old Marlqn, la that you eO'I< '_

',": '" ," Secretary'of State Craw- days and Mrs. Ellis came down. Manv, of ua thought into bankruptcy |in the next legislature of Florida, and '. caused'solely by an automobile which will never fail 4o doyoor duty. fearlessly -

; r )'et.etved'official notice from pro5RooSevek |to be with him during his illness. ab'-olutely* and 'a depleted treasury [if I am so honored, I promisethat r.shalf frightened the horse driven by the bay and-with the best interest at

l ;''; )kflt that the office of Surnf with no prospect' of bettering the sit do all in my power to: prevent W i hen, ,I learned of this accident, the i j heart 'f rt'h people of the county -

l'or Generah Florida had been To get the best results with your uation'e through a higher levy of any attempt on the part of the ene-- tho.Jght.came ta me that along this and state. ,

! : aMltehed and directed him to take lesserts flavor them with Blue Rib-, taxes. We of the counties not having mles* of the measure, to modify or line legislation, sbpufd-be enacted. and I trove particular claim, upon the

l .. re.of the records. The order. be- boji Lemon Qr. Vanilla. Absolutely Less. institutions learning within change it even t ..the extent of "cross after much thought and considerably_ jsitioiu: It Is your duty and your '

_r4v0zte effective.June .1$. tire. Goes twiceas far as. other our borders,have cheerfully paid the ing a t or dotting an- !.** work, I succeeded in 'passing! tha. bill right t<) select your, delegation I wouldappreciate _
"' klnd3: antI gives desserts the :"Blue l taxes assessed! for maintaining the Railroad Commission. h introduced governing the speed and your vote; I. would love an
ff:1l ?fie .C Crom, left Tuesdayr Ribbon Flavor." I state schools in tha past, but ('OIf
:1>' r2 -Jacksonville. Fernandlaa and -- -- most lug the little benefit we received .in that efforts are being made on thpart on our public roads.: On account [anion. Tis an honor to.represent this

:. ;; ';.t431nesvllle! to -visit relatives.; She was \ Mr. E. S. Upham, one of the Lake return it Is' smallwonder ,that we: of some, to abolish the. state railroad lot this bill 'I have been caricatured, county 1n the legislator .of Florida

:.. 'ii)aoaapanied ,by her youngest son, prom lint' cjtizens living business on, In became dissattefiwl with the then --exfstJnff'situation commission I. am frank: ahd donot I but I Still think that the male and cart and my friends it --takesvotes to T* '

', : r > 'and they 'will" t)a away for wrtimu. Weir.is transacting and,. took the means I hesitate to .say that I am not, imos4 'should I re.'cye some consideration at "1 lxted. .
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.i CANDIDATES AT. DUNNELLONWho ifar }t He referred to his record in the 'I against. EAST LAKE. THE FLOKICA EAdi AS. Fish for Lake Weir and lake
I M ,
I a.
J i&at legislature! and his work on ad NEWSPAPER SYNDICATE. donna. -
!. .teegation on Hand-All Had I theb Mrs. E. F. Carpenter left ))

: Ctnre". Out' to Hear Them committee on public institutions' giving he for Worcester Mass. their There has been' considerable said Mr. H. 4 Evans-of the .

No' Favorites It Seemed. "' his views on tha Buckman bill, States tJ
and I fisheries
winter at department
,- which fee claimed was one of the best : ferred spending the. by a few papers in this state abou through Ocala Wednesday :

c /I am* .he! entire aggregation of candidates 1 that had ever been put on the statute keeper here. I the uselessness' of the railroad oommlsison fish for Lake Weir and La with _'-

lava ed Dunnellon Thursday j books, in that 4t abolished the many s AspinalL who has purchased I. law and that it was a biir- near Santos. These fish were 1I1ldw..n&:
bttdie4' .
afternoon, and were- 'given the welcoming smaller schools and made one nnlverslty Mr. cottage, and has been spend I t and expense upon the tax payers'of j at the government fisheries at Wa. :

that was a -rnlversity in fact .as a ), I times what Springs. Ga. Those for -
I handshake by the citizens of past few months here left the state costing many Lake \ft
: well as in name and in this way saved bit'foot I ...3d in benefits to the people; being shipped to Mr. Charles W S?
for his home in Bridgeport.
that hustling town and coming city t 'e state many thousands of dollars '
very and some papers have advocated the lard those to Lake Madonna f
Marion They all annually wnir-h had heretofore been T. Carter, whQ for some time \ ,
of western county.
least C ipstlon of repealing the law which Rev. W. H. Burrell. These fish .;
: time donatf-d to svhojl that in some instances agent at this place far the "elf
pent a few hours before the for I in his created the commission.The black bass warmouth bass and :

the public speaking In getting acquainted were little more than primary he has berry bass. Mr. tra.. .
Coast Line. has moved his editor of the Ocala Banner gvans was ext,
with the male or voting population 4ntituti'-.n3. He Is confident ,that till the. Hague. His successor a Mr. goneso far as to advise candidate great are with them and .I .

.- of that place. no supporter of the Buckman Mil! had Mr. came here to take his for the legislature and the senate tomake keeping the water,at a certain was ten-\us;

At eight o'clock in
__: a goad, crowd including! a number of for the very best Interests of the whole portion so resigned his position. We 'platform. The Florida Times-Qn'on We are glad to see some later.t

: ladles, had gathered at the town hall state; and while there was some d's' claims no agent, which is quite a t!. ala Banner and the St. AugustIne taken In this direction. All oar -

_.: to hear what the candidates had to satisfaction at the mei vre in some setting businessInterests. Becord.seem to be united on this rivers and ponds ought to be ,.-

_J say on the various questions at issue localities all would in time see thatit the ,& Dooiittle, of" New York city and other questions, and the cause of Ished with fish of different varfejjL I'plq

In the present campaign. The :was one of th? best pieces of legislation :> her aunt Mrs. N. K. Brown. the railroads is advocated by them In annually and we understand, that ft

meeting was wed to'order by Dr. W. for the public sood that has tion of Newport woo recently every issue. Their articles or editorials can be done without cost by the *-:

H. Griffith who in a few words intro ever been enacted. As to his automobile AH from Lady Lake and pur seem to be syndicated, and ernment If application is made 10J-

__1 duced the first speaker Mr. C. L. bill he said he was satisfied 'thatIt est Earl has in time and at %:'
; to
property opened hey apear from time to time various proper the proper tartly.-:

i. Bltinger candidate for member of the was also a. good measure as within their merchandise, store just north parts of the state. Mr Harrist Mr. Evans's address is at Bullochviik[

leg s1ture., a very short time after It was passed eral which is proving quite ; 1 reared in Marion county and Ga. He will be pleased to give any i <

Mr. Bittinger opened his address by the Georgia and Alabama legislatures I were to many of our citizens :ias reached the stage of life that formation to parties interested fa UjC

making a few very complimentary remarks passed almost' Identical ones. His nowfamous equal the lumber on the ground for brings him close to the river "that matter. ;.

i: 1. about the people of Dunnellon alligator bill he !'lyq"as I e and dock which will be marks the unknown- shore and It is

and their ,energ and push in aU the passed. by request of his constituents lost soon 'as possible. Captain W. my honest opinion that he could not Army Wedding at West Point. .
and 'he believes that If they had asked L '
matters where the good of the community Mr.
:; brought this lumber _across nm for the legislature In this county .r:

_c was involved. He stated that him to have a bill passed requiring from the Reed milL upon a platform that advocated the Special to the Qcala Banner: J.

: the drainage proposition was simply boras on brass monkeys he would I with Snow has recently add epeal of the railroad commission anf West Point, N. Y.. May '.-1f 1

one- of business, but that so far as he have done what 3ie, could to have it Mary Florence
as his list of labor-saving ma be elected.-R. Hudson Burr in his Page and Lieut ,e4

was able to see the state was not at passed. As the closing of his remarkshe gave spraying ..outfit which is op- Ocala Speech. S Simonds of the Twenty-secon iJ\-,':
: the need of landthan I wanted to present a copy of the date's. fan
present n any"more a small gasolene engine. Without intending to be rude to Mr. try Trill be married at West Pom('-]
Ku kman bill to Mr, Light for his
she already ..possessed and he this
great saver of time and la Burr, but the truth of history corn- chapel afternoon. Miss Page i'.
favored postponement of this matter edification hut that jsentlenran had I made, a daughter of
several of his neighbors are pells us to make a flat contradictionf Brigadier-General loh1t
taken his he :
until some future time when there wasa departure as soon as all had ; H. Page and
the purchase of !!ke this statement. a sIsterof Mrs. F. .e c-
demand for more lands. In reply to completed his speech, therefore bias and Marshall. of West Point. The reeepl .-
article eithe
We have never seen an
this question from the audience as to probably not yet seen the copy thus astic tion
will be given at the
i Fosnot and sister, Miss residence &
the t.ugustine
: proffered by Mr. Wartmann. He favors n Tlmes-.Unlon or
what he thought of the railroad com
testes, ; Mrs. Marshall Miss
- i a moonlight ride.n the Marjorie
Record advocating the abolishment of Pa.i
said to'b the more liberal pension of soldiers -
mission he ,he behaved it a a crowd of frien.ls Saturday fie Florida railroad commission and sister of the bride will be maid orl
good thing for the state and favored I and the reapportionment 'f the
to the honor and the bridesmaids
Dancing was indulged In win bii
districts. don't believe Mr. Burr ever has.
senatorial He
gave quite an
legislating that commission the
necessary barge. auJ all had de Miss Louise Dameron. of Now
a The only other than the cal! Yore :
array of facts and figures to showOOW' : paper
_ power to enforce upon the railroads Henry Miss Fair, of
time. Kefrw'iine'nts
were Warrenton. Va.
hat has openly and avowed- ; Miss:,
much the state eaves annually by anner
-v ft* findings. In reply question Edwin the Newport tore II n their i Webster, of Chicago, and Miss Hari i
advocated abolishment of the
having all tie echoolaeombimxi intoone
how he stood local I ; y -
as }o on Mr. -T. of
1 : vln. Washington.The .
option he said he was willing to leave university, and the attention with I le ri 3a railway commission Is the '_
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I T.
t Spot-nor i.- !
this entirely to the communities to be which his talk was listened to siwwed hlj roving >cala Star and why does not Mr. Burr
? : by the building of a fine Grand Royal Arch. Masons etf
that he had struck a popular chord. nclutle'thispaper'in his Florida East
affected by tt.if they wanted spirits!
Florida met In Jacksonville Jj
frumentl flowing In l trea.m:1 big Capt. D. H. Baker the senatorial Joast railway newspaper 's"ndlcatE? Tuesday
; and I K. Brown has and Wednesday Ocala ?
jut was not
; as the Withlacoochee river he wanted I aspirant from Sumter county, for this We To show that we are not mistakenIe repr-
attractive little boat sented at the
very Grand
meeting. Hsgfc":
them to Trxve 'It; and for those favorIng district announced that he 'did not the reproduce exactly what the ;tai .
ra: wharf and 'has of Priest Wright delivered his
one annual
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come to Dunnellon expecting to break aid aboii* abolishment of the
commuaitles h HSO want
? in
: f I City rowboats the lake. dress and
on. She Secretary Webster
I : his nv 7!
-.- ed'their will to be haw. He-favored the into Dr. Baskln'a vote, but to pay his onun :slon.
I I day. being'on the I port. The address
's water. was excellent aid ,:
-- pensioning by the state of her aged'I j respects to Dunnellon. He. recited the I See what "hot stuff" it is:

and infirm 'Ccnfe.lente s dlftrs. j I facts that when Marion was vruvble Light i Abolish the Railroad Commission. much appreciated by all present AI.
i! to' I is always about to be, but [the last meeting there was a total af-
to send white senator the <
Jlr. George G. Mathew? made a a legis- "Can nothing be done to secure f
j I''lature; put out of business by some li9 Royal Arch Masons In the state 'i
i short talk on the fundamental: princ'- ]! Sumter came to her rescue bud freight rate? I

.;; pTes Of gove..rnlDentt claiming! that thepeople for this was to receive the right to caption of transportation. Statis- We. are tired of asking. the ques and Secretary Webster reported tpdayr:
I the senator each alternate to the house of repre 130: new members for the past year,
nf tils day and time were too i name sessioii. L. S. tion. It looks like a farce rant and
in connexion with the agri- and also that the Ocala .' _
much inclined to let thepoliticians do [ This she would do again if necessary simple to vote for a railroad commis- chapter'scharter
'T I half of appropriation bill show tha: had been restored and Titus- }| -
but lie thought in all fairness ;
their thinking for them, he urged thatthe t sion candidate at the ensuing prlmiles. --
I that' tive p decrease on account of the vllle and ..'.ce'had applied b,'
Sumter should the -
: people study the needs for t! name The commission has been a miserable -

selves Instead of leaving it to a cm.1 j at this time., as she- would want to ter who there has been a notable failure In the matter of securing !charters. .'
In the number and value .
men to figure: out and present to then I make suitable terms with her.new the in the United States in the just and equal freight rates t' An Appeal to the Business Men o

____, He aW the counts of to .
t;: frned"too much by: precedent andi" not i: would give her, His remarks : -The aggregate of Some of their most important (?) 1
attent 1, 1&06, stood at 18- ;
enough by the testimony as presented !wtre very. courteous and were well re- \ orl has been fining a railroad for The- executive. board of the City inproveraent 4

c at tWo present day. He said he i iwttstel ceived. In H.364,667 at the c rre- falling to post belated train corn- I society earnestly reques&k .
date of 1897. Thei rtotai
ti 1 cnt )!"!! T.VUhawsb Mr. Carlo? u Ri trunk. candidate n nt. 1 val-
; rc C:1 c\ calling the business
the f-roction of 10x12 men to the
? from $152,649,386 in a waiting j remove rubtv <.
,next year ami hoped the peo- !for district attorney, thanked Dunelfon not ) This'tartling 1897 oom at Pumpkinsville a new cattle Dish in front of and in the rear of tteir.vv-c-j. ,
T pie would! want hSn to to so. Said he i j for the handsome vote given him last we find | rate of stores. 80'thli
in value Is gap at Ox BOTIor a new platform for By doing will greatly
Sad !held several positions, and held |election and trusted they might see tit any no more marked
o! mules, according to the he depot at Prig Pond, and to pro- facilitate the work that is mapped out ;
them as long as he could, cltin? the 'to again award him with n. god vote. a partial H.'a MeIcft by the board. :
at least -
once a week in fir I
There : : ,
fact that he held the conculshlp t oiPa."I1' He stated that he wanted to tj e. state )and were 1i.64 The :
lass coaches."Why eoimaSUt; appointed will nit <
1897 and 3,40J.OG1 i i
Brazil until "kicked out by attorney for this circuit, and thoughhe like in 1906 and
: were, not abolish the railroad -comnission : upon the owners and renters of the ,',
President lIcKin' .." ,He related &n bad no words of dwparangenient (offer cost of respectively $'2,302.T .
_ .' $334.680,520. These .f anyway)'? It Is an expensiv business blocks to bog their cooperation .-
? incident .about one Imn SUSSF"which Mr. Davis his opponent. he ment Is res '
there is one horse mule usury, and acompllshes nothing. in helping to. clean. up the cky. :"
% wtts recleved with much ap- wanted to win the fight. He commented twenty i or :-

p.a',*. IIe sud he was eonC-lffii that on the article published in the Mr. every four persons In the tc3.laenin Ftar, I
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: ; [Ocala by Mr. William D"IIV01, tat Compared to this, the i ? I
he would g t t a handsome vote at Punn papers the } In the Circuit Court
Wednesday. [;
n Uaav and --rag glad he Come. ,'statin? that that gentleman na* !.'t- tire | autos shrinks into insig-

_ "Yot ten badly err as ta his (fcU trunk's$ not awd It becomes apparent that
Mr.. I* S. LttiU optned'ivtth: ) edness -c i Henry Pickens, colored, was trier" !! [ECZEMA AFFLICTS

must n>w listen *la cracker tinner.|bonK! eligible to mvept this! nflkv'> it 000,000, ftmr-foote with' friend Ql ma.tiis in the circuit court IVednesday tor [

'appointed in view of him a Mttte longer at t'-
basing voted for
talk. He tt>!d of 111? ,experience! from same criminal assault He proved an alibi

1'tTh. when ht \'llJ to Florida V* the :i'the tn< '.\* "In .thc salary of that of. "The |! and was acquitted. He was defendedby

z PNiieht time ,and KilJ he iiau for sometime 'fire durins the last session! of the leg- for 1903 I I to Have Big in Maj. L.. T. Iziar.ilarshal WHOLEFAMiLY
: had nbitii-n t wart seipsr tn 1ature. lIe it-ad the statute referred I railroad I II Jacksonville.. Kean. ot Dunnt l1on. is now

:, the !frisla-ture and In nw proposed : to and explained why he was notI will i On trial: Charffwl- tl-ith'._n .nceniilr-. .. dth... .intent .-_

to go IT( haJ never fed av Ole )uNi,' i I barred by it from swing in th* capacity cent 'int : 16t'h and 17th the Florida to ude-. _

: crib, but now pwpwttf to do so and he sougfit to be recommended tered I iation will hold 'its annual The. prosecutor is Joe Iiollingsvorth. I

learn how It felt He then took up his for. Mr. Sistrunk paid his respects to the as 'Jacksonville, and a largt of Dunnellon., j Father and five Children Suffered .

circular. ". entitled "Light's Campaign' Ocala Mr. Light hinyers'by inreturn'for reading his a little dig at the "The the members of this order Mr. Ray Bullock is assisting Mr. !| for Two Years With Terrible! '
Thunder and read therefrom many poem sion
to be present. Neil Allred in the prosecution and Cot
IJ of his questions v aid an h\"N'S. :uuo 1g which brought down, the house. capital Elks' association corn- ''W. K. Zewadski i is defending Marsha? : Eczema- Home Remedies and 0,
Mr. Edwin W. Davis also candidate ;
them "Wbmust we borrow money a
United 'I
following lodges: Jackson Kean. :
Medicines Gave Relief- <
at J per cent to loan to private parties for the office of.district attorney' ly 50 ,{ 221 Key West No. 551. ,Fer No

at cent Among other things said! that as he was tired and he believed Mother .
jvjr ,.
per 7S3 Ocala No. 851 Talla Off for Lake Weir on a Fishing Trip. Expresses Joy aj
_. he cited the fact that the hackmen of his hearers were also he would water 937, Pensacola No. 497 } St. ,
Florida paid more license than the have little to say. except that if elect- I I :
to .
: 70S, St. Augustine No. 829. Dr. and MrsW. ILPowers, Mrs. .
ed he would. he. had in the i
Southern }:xlg comjiany and that as past, fill
i a living No. 893 Miami No. ton Camp, Mr. M. R. WONDERFUL
94S, Roess Miss Mary j CURE BY
the office I
i 1It\mt" had been mluceJ twice within to the best of his ability. why Is No .
990. \nderson and Miss
sara Harris
J the past sixteen )00.MT Js REMEDIES"My
perty I of this flown to Lake CUTICURA
adjsv ciation Weir
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'E- three judge i>f supreme court while ;f U' or favor. He said'Hut he had other are Wednesday afternoon j I ,
: President. Herbert : on the A. C. L
r lo'1nrMa Iras "iami it will centl'vie been charged by an anonymous correspondent !, railway on a lit- i .
:railroads. ; president. / J. Clarence tie fishing trip -an on linearly
this way a_ Urns as "you &*)l crackers to the Ocala papers with '
Why )', C. D. ,AkerlyT"'treas- morning train. husband and five children trert ;
continue to send Ooala.'awver crimes; one was that he had been
.. to wise ta ;: Pacetti; chaplain! Rev W all afflicted with eczema. They bad it '. .:
1'.1UabaSM't' sear afh.'r'year: fen1 a conducting the business of the office ; '
"We remedies
These used
all the
I .; ilrs. U. years. home
i rlo mt-at-ar.m-s. Dr. A. tlnglis is in'
anJ only took half the Ocala visit-
farmer time the other
'thia. -send Light. pay: could
by 3Ir. ( ins her we hear of, without any '
Itr. T. K. lll Iffg.'. ceuulKlnte f..r the vas that he had chcwen the wrong plenty j I parents Colonel and Mrs. .. ; relief and then went to a physician '

1egtlatue. arose and promised the birthplaee. ,His few .rem..rks"t'ft'. well tunate ';f '. of wl'l'dmt wil Ibe tlef H. Livingston. Irs. Inslis has just returned i and got medicine two different times >_

- nu\Jlfl\ that be wouM m talk\ !long; taken and showed that In had some Maj. J. S.: Maxwell. of Jack- from a trip to New York. f and it got worse. It affected us w '
lead I j
_ _- tfimply wontetl tlt"xpll1in Siw ht" .'..-arm
Hon the varies questions, th ,
the tax asstrsiwvr's office, made aid in spend several days before to try; them. So I sent for$l.
bli short
_ sr sr btvnsrht to tv fmnt.VAUIC returning to .
( ( who laugh at the doings her worth,consisting of one cake of Cuticura
talk which! I in Madison.
lw strictly a&Unst tiavv.HMl IcMttt'n 5i\ he assured his hearers "
_ _ the .mule, in the },*cture Soap, one box of Qintnient,and one vial
11' tfrrn nf ..that. he was compt-tfnt fill the offlcf -
? K the tsni V P'11" I I Sunday have More of 1111s and we commenced to use t11IdonotknowjiowtoepressniyjoJ.
2 and mOM of them; favors' uniforta and as to his Intesritv?. r and- honesty. I I Tit;, w for may no f good farmers, good roads, anew
text b..,ks for tlw;."1e stAto, and he had nly to refer lo ths Who b..i -ation In Washington owner! but her* "ls. this stock. of cattle and his__ is___ wh\t H ._, in finding a cure, for two of my children

"'\nt. tlxuta'v tt> vurcnasi them for, always known him. He said that his Vanquet \td h.v. state "nc-eds not larvi.s, and least were so bad that they have the _

(4dt4rn of thti vivv..>r to furni.li ?lllOntnt Veme.d to take a d L- picking at his I ,'!, wh > i-ampaign circular and can he
; | eniiu;n now: gniuted are intvor {that we
i of all horses and mule drained. to you, you can publish letter wftjJ
: holding it up t<> mricule. but line land my
vi1ttirt: empowvlng the 'roll- he beHeved feet of tt as is in. B.llfll .
to the pleasure. Yours trolIrs.. Maggie
district Ith "
'I government Kjate: and ;
nvulthw 4'n.1t1 aat-h if looked at by unprejudicedminds are unable mtn ss \rity tit les so ( Mr. Hargroves's sad or It some ; Stevens Mason Co.V., \.JU1J4. .i
.im.iforto ita n llf!**- ".1 in in4nn. it would be m-n to contain bens r if # con away t& accrual seitlerthey al'i 12, 1905." :
has !
quite 'I.gl>od deAl -whk-h now become sue-b [want to U? on a I"dlJ"f.ul
ere the ntilnwds nppeal from thf could not be j That : : we k" ->w ofoners
; 'FU"s''iuUrpJ'k: ." Jle said. "Til name for the long-eared so situattxl.__-St.Dr. .
oC.fsl"f1toI they *h* uld be made to :!1k.'r.'$- J.'j.Ul..a(..
T tell y u htineady. that while f hard-kicklnsr animals. ??tit ._. _.__ CUTICURA BLESSING
impb! 1th th"tnll the appeal Hhcnrd. appretc.Ute -| on. I>. C.And : t !i A :
-: fttstead ot a" at present IrU the hc'nor 'of the otfR* it Ls|:| keep track of thmi :Andrew Siedd.University Wt-!Idtf :h-

ting the'old rtte apply until a final ithf: money that [ am after. I want lt.i!jTribuiH: every other mule is named of Floridit. whose :m- To Skin-Tortured Babies

: alccl4tua 1* J"oi1'ht ''lt'tlt.u1.1 I, }Ir. Alfred Ayer. wha,wants to von- ;i ,"whE"J' ; ; ,the the aggrieved r corc-e lists aFencenent_ "etrnon at the Baptist ; and Tired Mothers. ,
''tinue: to hold the district ('Ommi !o1 ri tJIUn..l
Tl'ttd tht.h'nat" n\"tHitw.l assessor's ofliee i! SundaymonCn!
411' 00 1. ( \'' cave such i The sjjffering which Cuticura Soap
: ttod lf-t their rei>r ?*ntatlvp know what then! pixK' edrtl to "p1 k" portions of jpt: rrirk ; future a nnmber instca'l ll.uurt' and Instruction to a -Irg? and CutieuraOiatmcnt have alleviated
: be- given
:,: rtvey ,ant: want* militia kept to the : )Ir. TuriK cireuUir. and cited that [tkt'r's )[ each aninm' er.ngan, preached-iifrain undav I Imsit among the young,and the comfort they

MSh* t sW* stniMlanl; wants senHtorial as II r. Turner seemed to take "xceptkins -(candidate ; r. Hargrove becomes I ni tne Methodist church '0' t. have afforded 'worn-out and worried ;

.to vrta4n laxvs under which the mere mention of th- nt '.. I conkrrsation parents have led adoption In-
I district ir>; nrM"n* l as Jl;\- t but when which rtlteAl thr aulitQ- to their

bon 1* eltUUEMl to separate ,district.Mr t. sesor \\Arks. he should aspire co a |sro rft,I o :,i flees in Umr fr,%ro ite riam. It was a sermon of rare strength : for countless birth homes as priceless curatives stalled i .
: suppIerft.its. humors milk crust
HI. higher limN' and .'
Wartmann.. thaI' f deep
prevent rfprewntatlvf con.re sn3an. for : spirituality and
,; late of L-T j _p .- ._u_- S [lrojundbthose ; head eczemas rsshes, and eVe ;
in a plwsaat wuy tJiankinltn :.f1 UIll't'. Heks Hl Ills tn. ep rt 1hi) U'fr -
: remarks with i urns the (! \1. Smith. formerly It--L'\ form of itching, scalv, pimply skifif :
k'n voiAttt f.lr tht inl3t i.ttpport .- Oak Dcnjoi-rat .
what is known among; the candidateeoterie ; .. and who lx well known and slp humors, with loss of hair,
& stvMa him In th Ut elation, ;. A : of infancy and childhood. uar.u1tm.a
the is -
as .
and a< he.xr>ect<>4 the sune hsJt'I1lI "com1story. j nrti now at Magnolia, N j Messrs. fl K. Thrower, Jr. A. )1'I absolutely pure.
SLr J. W. j
KiSbop, candidate for ; ; expects to remain
tax only for
trtiUiQeut at sev- tix'nV, I). \\yieeler. H. 014 thsa@jhan the.r1cl. Cut5urs.k.Om.lit
the I.
coming ffma!Lie.tor, in his i I I Ute t. Mr. farjer. -
bt happy waj- ,d the. ] Smith will 'keep iJrC.. D. JOe.. .4Oc. (I. fotrm fit lhoccl l'
wtw to thank for and M. Fts.! e. .w .11! dtf5M
ntn a\\\ >plt that he. had men home Htrifklandj 1 per ef H. 111I1 Jlall 01
m\usht to say l"alr. matters through the represejited the I.Qfli: JJr;k "CQ.cbt MMaWd
: the ()ean. Uanner., 1 'O".la Wednesday."University: city" in e'i 'flo.te Cure brq Hvmor.IT -

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.JP "':-KtfFENlNGS ABOUT. .TOwfl.Cucymbera LAST .SESSIONOF THE U. D. C. other members of the club. ['Miss Weathers Entertains the Card I

;;c CONVENTION. After the games supper was ,served I Card Club. ,HI ROBINSON, Pres. _

and the party was a very >..wililaj one. ,I S. ,H. BLITCH, Mgr J. C. BOOZER, Asst. Mgr.

: are now In the local mar Orlando May 4. 1906.. Mrs, T. CL Vann. of Madison won i ii GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller.: :
i From Last Friday's Daily.
Special to the Ocala Banner: the.first prize an exquisite white lace '
r .k& I ThUrsday evening Miss Esther
-:-- The historical evening of the U. D. and ivory fan and'the second prize, a

I, art an Mrs. T, T. Uunra W at C. convention hand painted ph.ti1tl won by Ml'8. Weathers was the charming, hostess The Strong Hold the
iar- was a., very pleasantone. i.
"f ',- horn a ten days' visit .White. Knight, of Starke.31rs of the Young Ladles' Card Club, this
: This feature of session I '
the was
.,. McNelty was etecled honorary i being the last meeting for this seasoa
inaugurated at the instance of Mrs.
; life president of the Florida division, in
Catholics of Ocala:>have Fannie R.. Garyof Ocala: presidentof Miss Weathers entertained the
!/ tetr
Tire Francis- United Daughters Confederacy; evening and !invited the young gentle S
the sufferer of San the Dickinson chapter and formerly .
}: reM to for which honor she gratefully thanked :
-- state historian, and will become
: %7.51. a men.As
, "'i ca ., the convention I you entered the hallway delicious
permanent feature of all future
'J> con OCALA FLfl.
returned home SARA E. HARRIS. :fruit served by Miss Margaret ,
J Dr VP C. Lindsay; ventions. This is. a splendid part.of punch was
Martel where he was I : Eagleton and Miss Hattie Dye. -
Saturday from the. meeting and the first historical Seaboard Changes.Mr. ,
{1 .;.gjgtinf In a series of meetings. evening was very pleasant indeed. I I There were eight tables o.f progressive -
Has Public Confidence
Upon is Evi-
Mrs. -McNelty, of Jacksonville, reada whist and the scores were kept .
: Ocala Star and the Walter Haile has resigned his cards Misses
't tprday splendid on dainty little score by

,;>. :Oe.jja Banner together received a solid personal reminiscences original paper of consistingof the civil position as superintendent of the r Annie Atkinson and Janet Weathers.' denced by its Large and Increasing

, ft;:'- rkd of newspaper ... war period. M rs. Tench, of Gainesville, fourth division 'S. A. L. railway and !I After the games were over a delightful

I "i'J. read the prize essay on Robert E. Lee, will go to Durham, N.- C., the middle salad and ice course were; Business

I "|*. jjr, and Mrs. E. M. Howard returned written by Mr. Moorman, a student at of May to accept the position of gen- I served, by Misses Janet Weathers Annie *
visit to their
: ;.yI, xne Saturday from a the U. of F., and while writing on this eral manager of the Durham & South- i Atkinson and Brantly Weathers. -S
";co/j mange jtov at subject will state ithat the subject for ern railway.. i Miss Sue Barco won the ladies'' .

I C.JR- Tydings went "to Green the essays for next.year is Albert Sid- It Is rumored that Capt A. O. Mac- prize, a beautiful white linen parasol;

\'i. Mr... yesterday- to spend .a short'f. ney Johnson and this medal can be Donell assistant general passenger Mr.. Harvey Clark won the gentleman's .
iprlgs for the benefit of his health. contested for by any student at the agent of the Seaboard is to be retired prize, a tobacco pouch. II .. laJ III

..'... '1fh1e University of Florida, the Female Col- with the 'honorary title of agent of the All the guests present cut for the CAPITAL_

:':: capt,, Allan Gibson, of Leesburg, was lege at Tallahassee, Rollins College at passenger department, and that,Pas- consolation prize, a large box of Huy- '

\t: ia Ocala Saturday on his way to Gra- Wlntsr Park, and Stetson Universityat senger Agent S. C. Boylston Jr., assistant Jer's, which was won by Mr. Will ,l $50,000.00 1 ;

I t',;. -.mvtU. to spend Sunday -with hy DeLand," and it is hoped by the i to Captain MacDonell, will take Taylor. I .

trJiBUfel. Daughters of Confederacy) that a his place. # Miss Weathers' party was In every President T. T. Munroe. .' ;- "

:- large number of essays will be con- The friends of' Captain MacUonell i detail a lovely affair, and a* charmingway Vice-President. Z. ft. Chambliss. :, .- _

> Jlrt 8- C. Sanders! has .returned tributed.Deacoress. throughout Florida will greatly regret to wind up. the card club. Cashier, J. B.' Brooks.CENTRAL.

I. fcttM from a visit of several ,weeks 1 to Parkhill, of Orlando, read his retirement but should this occur Those; present were;' Mr. and Mrs. I C.

fcer l ons at Brooksville, Hemando and an interesting article reciting many feel that Mr. Boylston will pruve a S. Cullen, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wood-

3' ,1)unneikin. pleasing' and interesting ex r'en'eg worthy"Successor. !row, Mr. and Mrs E. T.Helvenston, .
< that came under her observation during Mr. and Mrs E. C. Welch, MJsses I -

! -jV Ills' Louise Moody left for her new I the civil war period.. Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Very Mary Anderson. Sue Barco, Ethel
! .' -*.Dome la BraUentown Saturday. Miss The program was Interspersed with Best. Robinson, Lou Gamby, Margaret NATIONAL ,

,; Uoodf I J one of the most popular Eagleton, Louise Harris Meta Jewett
t music and songs. Mrs Jeanette Robinson "I have used Chamberlain's Cough -
'.. girls hi the young society set ol Murphy, of New York the well- Remedy and want to say it is the very Margaret and Mamie Taylor Edith OF OCALATJ. .

"Ocala. and will be very much missed. Southern reader and entertainer best, cough medicine I have taken." Patch. Sara McCreery, Edith Piatt, a

M r and contributed two says Geo. L. Chubb, a merchant of Valeta Potter, Hattie Dye;' Messrs.
Mrs. Robert Elander Wish- was present tlarlan Mich. There Is no question '. .
Jlr. end Tom Harris, M. J. Roess, Harvey
numbers to. the .
home Saturday afternoon delightful program.Miss about its being the best as it will curea DIRECTORS..
'Jut returned Caruthers, of Tampa, read the cough or cold in less time than any Clark. John and Will Taylor, Stephen '
from their bridal trip to Tampa and "Is the other treatmene It should always be Jewett. .Ardis Waterman Charles -
last article her subject being
ot.ber places in south Florida, and are kept in the house ready for instantuse K. Christian, R. S. Hall
Lloyd, John Workman H. A. Daniels,
Clansman of Historical Value? She
for cold be cured in much
North Sanchez street.. ; a can '
at home on Lnuis Duval E. J. Crook and O. B. Geo. Mackay T. T. MunroeZ. ,
took the negative side of .this less time when promptly treated. For .,

and contended that the value of .this Howse.! L A. Ford Z. C. Chambliss.
''J'eSld nt Roosevelt 'mmAdiatolyca Fishing Trip.
-. work Is purely local. At the conclusion .
!ed oft Father Sherman's military The Rummage Sale. .

", escort'in his "maTCh to the sea" when of, her article Mrs. Tench, of Gainesville Friday night a congenial party v f '. ',: :--'- -.-., ::--- --:- '" .. ,_:- :----- ,:: ,. '.,- --- "'. '- -." --II
said that
to her feet and
. it had been rase Ocala people enjoyed a moonlight fishing .
>] be learned officially that valued'lIss The rummage sale which has been ,
? Caruthers as a
juriboriied by the commander the while she party on the Silver Springs run. conducted in this city for the past .
she felt to
department of the gulf. personal friend, The party got of! at Kilgore's .landing, few' days by: some of the members oltheLadiea' ,
claim and to emphaticallycontend Power.
.:, dispute her where they had their fish fry. The Greenwood Cemetery association Conveying aid] Transmission Appliances
"Clansman" of the j
returned to 'hebane .
)irl. B- B. Ricker I' evening everyway was quite a delightful is now at an end. The ladies
; at South Lake Wier Saturday greatest historical value That she one. for this sale Mill
have worked faithfully and
in the ( Maliiery Mining Supplies
: afternoon.. Mrs. Uk-ker had( been' at- lived in South Carolina and was and Those In the party were the followIng -;1 and as- a result of their labors have a \

", ,' .'tending the horticultural convention very midst of faKlu Kiuxism" : Rev and Mrs. C. C Carroll, Mr, little over one hundred and fifty dollars ]

'.'' b*Jacksonville, and stopped over foi Knew a great Dixon deal about did not this tell matter half and Mrs. G. R. McKeun. Mr. and Mrs. to their credit. Some really splendid [THE CAMERON & BARKLEY CO.
with Mrs C. U Biti and that Mr.
while \VMHler, Mr and Mrs. E. T. Hel-
-.tinter. that could be told on this subject.. This verK-tnn. Miss Edith Piaitt, Miss :Mattie -.! bargains were secured by purchasers Walrus Leather Dealers and Manufacturers' Agents for Machinery and
and Williams Mr. 0. H.!HoWse i entirely satisfied with>> the sale CHARLESTON. s. C.
1Ir.tOO Mrs. E. P. Thagard' ami was entirely friendly Arthur Hanlaker. of Martel.Why' .
of firm
i added animation and life 4o the evenIng. .. I Mr. Edwin P. Pittman, the
,< family arrived Saturday afternoon lor. Pittman & Son; yesterday afternoon -

', form Jacksonville, and are once motto I. Suffer From Rheumatism? purchased the remaining '"rum '
Wenfs of much to the pleas The last day of the convention was
Ocala. J
; devoted the finishing 'up of reports, Why suffer from rheumatism \,'henune mage" and will dispose of the, same '
i \ '
of friends. They areoccu-
t Wt + their aplication of Chamberlain's Pair at an auction Saturday.Confederate -LANDS.
and the tlicussins
unfini..ht'd.bust 1e s
..11' prim the Benjamin place on Ockta-\ Balm will relieve the pain? The quid -

"aba' avenue. .' of new business; but for lack of apace relief which this liniment afford Veterans Meet. If you hare lands you wish to sell lease or rent
the complete ;
we will be unable to give makes rest and sleep possible, and thai I

( proceedings.The alone is worth many times its c*>st.. .r if you want: to' buy lands for farming,.grazing,
t\rt Myers iso have a new paper Many who have used it hoping onl} I ,U.11 o'clock Monday morning ai .
and the most important :
rbkh.. will tw established; in the near last business: for a short relief ,from suffering have I the: city hall the Confederate veterans turpentining' or lumber purposes, -
and interesting i was: the election after
to find that
future. The name of the new paper held their regular monthly : meeting,,
of officers. awhile the relief became perma Write to
1H be the Tropical\ Breeze, -with W, The election was inost harmonious, nent. Mrs. V. H. -Legget, of Yurr Major G. M. Hubbard, commander ol. ,

: E. Gritfis editor and John \\. Griffl Yum, Tenessee. U. S. A- writes. "I ama : the camp presiding. Quite .a numberof

inanasw. Both of the young men art the -officers all being, unanimouslyelected. : great sufferer from rheumatism, allover the veterans from various parts ol BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.'

from head to foot, and Charnber- .
tvddenta Arcadia, and are practical this county attended the meeting
JacksnviHe. is the thing
Mrs.McN'elty, I'If 'va lain's Pain Hahn only
printer and newspaper"men." presidency by MrsHossent that will relieve the pfin. For salt Mr. K. W. Kimbrough, of Center OCALA/PLORIDA.
nominated for the
.-._..- by all druggists.' m 'I Hill Sumtt-r county, made application; !
feeble '
but owing to .
Mr: >>U AIM who for the past declined to consider election auv'placed .An Excellent Sermon.--- for membership r.das rec." ivt-d. Mr.Kimbougli .-

months has been aiPrfseott formerly belonged In the
evea or eight
.the name of )Ir& S'r-eMon I
benefit of his 33rd Alabama regiment. -THfl- -
the .
Ariz. tor .
Stringer, of Brooksville, "who was immediately Rev. Frederick laser, editor of the
Other matters of importance to the
Iwalth nrriwd home Saturday morn- :
unanimously elected.I Mrs. Florida Christian Advocate, of Live "
Ing 4nd WH friends will be delighted: ?S'3niza.tioner liscus.-M and the
Stringer was not present at the convention Oak, and pivsKfent e rf the Florida lip
ta luww his health is greatly improved. mettingronday was a very pleasant
that and.t1tr. daughter, Miss Marguerite worth: league filled! Mr. :'Ioore'gpulpit' Marion) Hardware COnpay
", Stringer, -in behalf of he'emother at the Methodist church Sunday morn ,- .

and herself, as well, gracefully ing, and preachy*! a most able end interesting
', )1118 Mary Affleck at Holvenston. an Erroneous Impression.
< thanked the convention for great sermon. His text was taken
P+tteur t C",'. has Just received a iftost the privilege of Isaiah "The cai'th shall be HEADQUARTERS ---, ,
honor and asked for from. H:9r Anthony FkL, May 7r- 190S. I : .
btuatifnl a&,rrtment of Ladies'; Miss- ( : <>'" <:
nominating Mrs. Laurence, of Orlando, full of the knowledge of the Lord, as :
To the Editor Ocala Banner
t<' and Children's sailors in Miland, for first 'Vice president, which. was the waters that cover the sea." American Wire Fencing ::6 ;',< .;.
other I write simply to correct an erroneous < :. > ,
, ..' Pavans. MaaHlx Chips and' done. Mrs. John Chestnut, of Gainesville The subject of his discourse was I ._.... .__ .,.
'impression seemingly prevalentamong '
''rtraniy also in plain and embroidered assortment was eieoted second vice president whether or not the earth is growing; f our friends of Sumter who we.rejoined Sash 'Doors and Blinds : f :< ; :.< :*.

ed 1J. A specially pretty the same city, took occasion f'.f,
Mrs. Medlin, of better or worse and he ,
to Marion as they cla1m'to make .
of''fhfedren's emproidered hat: : :
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third vice president, and Mrs Wain- to contrast the ancient'standards oi Paints. Oils and Varnishes "
to district democratic. And the Sum- ;'i :
TheUdif are respectfully invited >si- I'the .t. ,
of Starke fourth vice prt morality compared with the standards
wright, Times adds, "It was done at ': '
,.all mx) see the stew goods. : :iMill ';'' '
of the time and his co4 and -
dent. present Mining Supplies "
the request of Marion's representa i'.; < -> :;:. ,
Mrs Wainwright 'la a number of the elusions were altogether, optimistic. tives." ... "; -' \ ;
Miss Sara Harris who was one of was organized in showed flint along all '' '," \ii
Wheeler chapter Mr. Turpentine
joe Pasco I "l ,
the Brooksvllk As Captain Pooser and myself represented ; .
delejpites from the Valentine's day. This That the '. '
Starke on lines there are improvements. : :
chapter to th 11!. D. C. convention at this county at that timeseaion .-.. :
infant chaptei;, was cordially welcomedinto people are not only living better, enjoying !; .' Improved Farming Tools : : 55
Orlando, returned home Saturday aft of J8S7-I am in position\ to speak ; S ;
and luxuries
the organization.Mrs. { more comforts
advisedly the question, and .
upon say I
,. .erosion lUst Harris reports a most : Harry L. Brown, of SL Au- than at any other period of the world's:
positively it was done over my: protest SI
'ba1moI convention,
OUS and delightful I GET OUR PRICES
recording sec-
gustine, was reelected history but ore more intellectual, fully

aDd IPl'QU In glowing terms of the retary and Mrs.. T. C. Yann, of Madison if not more religious, and have elevated '
b..utIH of Orlando and of the many I assured Mr. Willie ()"f Jefferson
elected corresponding secretary the standard of morality tonud a
chairman of the committee
county on
tourtesler l apwl on the visiting d le- Tallahassee, treasurer -
higher degrw.
Mrs. Gwynn apportionment that Marion in all future .
m by th) charming peopel of that Blackman, of Palatka, registrar full of interesting
Mrs: The sermon was
; time would be able to take careof
(g J. and Mrs. Fred Howe, of Pensa- information, was well thought of, interestingly herself, and comparing ithe popula- Marion Hardware Company
-..- -- ....._. --- cola, historian. delivered and was much ,
i tlon of this county with that of Citrus
For = After the election of officers the dox- I enjoyed. From start to finish he held Levy and Jefferson, who were
and the U. D. C. convention of his hearers. I
ology was sung the closet attention
I gwen a senator each with less than .
1906 passed into history. "
of N'ard one-third the voters, of Marion. '
bilnad Commissioner Resolutions>re passed especially Old Age. !
The 'ostensible purpose was what

thanking Orlando the the Annie President Confederate Coleman and veteransof chapterof Mrs.Blackman. off The the most aproach successful of old age way is of to warding maintain I Irion they county claim, but could mv take position care of that lierselT Ma! ', If You Wait) to Conje Out T

that city, a vigorous digestion. This can has been amply verified. ,
[ : of Rollins College, the only be done by wiling only: food suited I '.
Yours' trui
< % dub, and to to age and occupation, and ) ,
!members of the Rosalind when any your disorder of the stomach appears A. P.., u.\ KI\ I Ii!

: I everyone for the many beautiful cour- take a dose of Chamberlain'sltomaeh i Wit) the Real Thing

!, teeies and attentions shown the and Liver Tablets M correct Non. R, Hudson Burr, candidate for I s

Daughters during their visit. it. If you have a weak stomach or are railway imnlsjilonr. spent Monday:
beautiful! roubled; with indigestion, you will tind .
1r Orlando i\ an exquisitely these tablets to be just what YOU'need. lin Ocala, a guest at ithe Ocala House For this Spring styles, put on one of our new Spring Suits

and thriving little city and it was a For.sale by: all tiru ;lsts. m 1 rtliile in the city Mr. Burr circulated

r grwit delight ,to have", the privilege of jamong the voters, yuite a number of cut in the latest fashion and one of our .all one piece Panama Hats.

visiting so charming a. place, and never The y ung ladies of Brenau tender- I\\'flinwere in the city on account <>.' I You will find Quality, Style and Workmanship that can only be seen

/ r' '.' 1J. APPLEYARD teitAlnod; was a nor convention wire beautifully more royally treated en- '>II University a reecpti'nf n'W O *the>rgia young Friday men"evening of the ;i the meeting boards etc.of the He t'poke3.t circuit court the courl, the'wo l h re. Rich in Style, Rig'ht.in price. We have a' large and varied

than the y. IX C. convention ut Or- rhe hall and } urk>rs were decorated 1 i>use Monday night an' account < :I stock of Shoes 'for the entire Family. The new and nobby Pump

.S ere that you mark your ticket lando. -* with the colors of the .two inrtituons. .:ivhich will be found eteewhere in these I Style in.White. Canvass for Ladies are here. Also a large stock i

the members of the IU> .|- .t Delightful refreshmentswere. -S .
like this: lind"ci"b, Tonight; save .a five-hand euchrearty >:erred by Laura Bell Ihvker. Mary :ounms.; I Oxfords for Men. The well .Known Walkover, and Hanan '&. SonS

For Railroad Commissioners:. l H !iU'lk entary. to the deleratit. ,Benton Reiah and Lida McDougald.rhe Mr. J. R. Hewitt- will -shortly} engage I Makes. Give us a call before buying ,elsewhere. .5
:' ..Yoe for two. +>' the (convention. The club rooms receiving' party wnstsieil of Telete !In the raising: rf chichena,. He has I

ajwin beautifully: ? 'OrHPli: and i Scott, Eugenia Boulwar, Lilly White !rented ,a dace couple of miles east
X T ?. APPLEYARD. were 'Uie.I an.1 IUla: Jordan.-Gainesville : the fifteen curd tables arranged on. : r of .tie. city and u:=e .It a .

remnd.tsPeeeivinr '.:\ e-s in Atlanta JiwrnaiP 1 ,' chicken farm He will, have several in* I
I ', ,.. the gut t.; \\ej-e Mrs. War- i iii?j Ia.h Hail ,and Miss Uda euhacors: anil e! i>eeis very soon to become Shoe Co.

3"- ..mar.. -. ...... low, president *>f the. Romillnd club. }JeD. ugald, wJz.itfJd at this. al- t a. successful' ehlcken. \iseHig :

I -"'" I 1Irs. Wililam Crane 9qt.a. J. several 'fair,. are. ,fry: Q5: Ja.th-. ,; !rfe.n.Wjm.; Aim .success __ __ _, .__ .,,- ..
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Of Lake Wet: .l.h[ be was GUARANTEES)

(Written Specially for Ocala Banner.' ) my memory to think : h

Afetr many years-of sojourning indifferent was."At first it seemed. and I'd LOW COST.

states and distant cities a melt '
dered {f I had
longing came over me last year when
the ,first trots! of winter beganto tlu1ged too freely $ i.

wrap old Mother ,Earth in their icy friends had put me ;

finding &heetj, to visit once again the the thought came to' in '
"L *nd ot 1-'l wef9." 1 wanted to make my friends? ponder
be found the
another search for the SparJard's lanche crushing my My premium rates and .

"Fountain of Youth" and drink onestain e me like, the dark to
the sparkling waters of beautiful wings of the Angel of insurance companies oa' '
Lake Weir. So J. purchased a upon me that ray of a
each 35 with
' t ,000 at total
ticket tw Ocala and sin fauna n yw that my memory was raft age prem.
>lf a stranger in a strange city. The the dim shadow of
quiet title town I had left had blosMr.ed make not single ray 20-year settlements. _\t

into a hustling bustling city strong man as I was, Life
Washington Insurance Co.
and the streets of :heavy sand had de- 'Lost! Lost! Lost! No for of

Yfk'i>ed into hird city. pavements. no name. My God the list ,
alive with the noisy automobile and of me?'" ; company on ;

the cries of the many hackmen: -Car' "With this exception
loge, .lr? cnrria, sr- Very few sence of all on .

face were familiar and the most of even my name I _
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the friends I ha-1 known in former tle'that my mental -
ears had fpats t'd l aw ay." or forgotten otherwise sound that 1-1'I'rcm's Total Cash Value I vet Cost I' Averagt DDDal '

me, and I came eh a quiet residence on the shores of that should I II I I I I .

this beautiful Lake' Weir.I not know even ny '. ....1j$73140$631! 00$106.40.$532; t
had been in poor health for sometime be Judged an : .. ... .["| 716 40| 602 OOj! 114 !Gl| 5 72

and knowing tiM delightful summoning all my ; : .... ..111241| | | 40| 599 92| 12420j 48} 6 21
place, ", ..tl1its liealth-giving ci'.mate lution I arose and at ..
,.1I7S9| | 614 00] 1:5.OI 6 :6OOf .
and balmy atmosphere, laden with the room to the dreser .. ...It 739 OOJ( 610 00119| : 6U- :
ozone from its fragrant pines, I expected large mirror; ito my seek'> '.
: ...II| | 743 20| 613 001 130 20} 6 51
to ,find a speedy restoration. So gazing upon what
for the past few months I have been face and figure. I to .. .j | 745' 40| 609 9j( 135 -1516( ;7- _

living a life of Indolence, spending the marked to the retlecti .... .11.681| | 60] 539 31| 160j *- 2917 l 11 .
fair days in the mo&t part on the lakwith e, fellow, I've seen that \ in I .. ...jj 727 ( 566 O'ji' 161 60J! S OS

feel and rod sometimes landin? mustache those me .. .1I1l0) | ooj; see ..00,144OOj ; OOi 7 20 ", .: :<
tn enormous bass" but mure oft:n fair complexion and good : .. ...tl| | 745 60& 92; 135081| 6 75 -

rating on my oars dreainins: daydreams before and there is to : .,:. .J/| 756 00:; 609 00. 147 001, 35 -
and revtlmg !n the beautiest thing familiar in ; that I . ..l| | C91 40; 5:9001152, 40j 7 62OOj '. .
the blue sky overhead, the ever- your white teeth of '
>Ereen chores and the crystal waters inordinately prow+(. ,, ....'jf 720 00;!; 56:; OOl15S( ( 7 i; .

I beneath me. dissapated, and of : .. ...11| (j 766 80, 610 00, 156 80784| '. .' .
A few days since I threw out my you to be insane ..... .11766| | 00, 609 00; 157 00, 7 89 '
line. 'after baiting the b<*ik with a brilliant conversation ...fl750) | 601| 610 00; 140 60.; 7 OS

perch as large as my hand, and allowing bethought me of : : : ...| | 739 OOj 6u9 00!! '130 00,' 6 M29j ,, ___"
the the boat to drift with the as if I had i t : :, .. .If 1 | 665; 60J 535 31J-126 6.21 .- .. '

:Ytfze, 1 placed my nxl across the also thought out or r-a t ;, a : . :{II 732 00| 564 7S| 167 22j f 8 36 ,.; -
Oow', set the alarm on nty reel and lying out a plan to conceal
x< of ..... .fj) 732 40j 564 7S| 167 62j) S :8' -,'
back in tie Kern al'nost forgot had lost my identity, r : ;
C'd.riel : ,; .. ...- .jj I t 1732: 40|, 564 7S| 167 6..I.S.3S -- ",
rod as memory me back I feed the embaras?ins .
to theidays. when the shores of Lake! put me in should I ... .js3s| j 40i 610 OOj; 1_t dUi j 6 37 '. < ;

Weir and the islands that stud its bosom Something in me be
: were covered with .t dark greentillage the idea of making a --- -- ------- -- ----. -

oi the orangeaad: lemon; when self or an object. for -
Its surface floated -a: number of trading ty of others., and I I : was the Least and Pay the Most
: vessels as well as pleasure craft; my own counsel and and
when the little station of Lake Weir required ,lution of the mystery
the sen'ices of two operators to "With these and BEST
take care of the business: done there;. mind. I made xloD '

when the "White Wings" ants riding; picked up the ..,
tie -waves with gay and happy crowds I had thrown them the s District Managers.
k on her decks, and the chautauqua was my toilet. I found \ sun. ,
attracting talentand fashion each seaaon. suit fitted me F elf(>(' ( I
Thinking of all these things and once I'had worn it ., OCALA, FLORIDA
wondering if the old days would ,ever "One db'On'rT I )
tore again 1 was suddenly aroused even more than my
ty.the clinking of my reel, and it tr>ok brushing my hair I -- --t. 'l1 1

ere only a moment to realize that I tender' spot half way: 0".t' & .-
i'ad: hooked a big one. Hastily arising brow and the crown ,IL,4 r ..-; i ij
and grabbing my rod, J tried to Placing my fingers on ,1 t
reel him in but soon found he was almost -along shallow trench were: ,
too strung for me and nut until as if the scar ut a I man \

the expiration of nearly two hours.of wound but .struggle ae ..(
thv most exciting sport ,>f my life; could no lTh.1t'Etell how an : iI

.did I succeed in landing him. livas e wound than I could ; [, : ,, t '.1.1s I
I t
(he.ug e8t black bass I ever the events of my past using j

saw,' .but 1 noticed; a peculiar formation "It occurred ins '9
in his stomach hard and almost clothes, and for a )' {' J
equare. When I took him .home and ful thought came to : \' >! !
placed him on the scales I found that jfindjomething.. some

t weighed fifteen, poandvand his ]recall your : Yen
mouth was large enough -ta put m) I Alas, nothing r \\" .

tread In, My curiosity being aroused that -would throw any man :
by the appearance of his stomach, I gln of this living i wry G
dressed hint myself and you may ird self. In the hip '
Judge my astonishment when I took trousers I wore I found \\ ct
from hi!* interior a mf"tal.bllx. that had It, like the clothes,
teen heavily nh-keled.>ur inches deep made of the finest

and six Inches long by four inches opened it and,found, -'
wide. Its cover fitted so it was perfectly water tight, and l | "One note for $r i.,0 .
strange to say parts of its plating\ Chemicalational ; far
Still shone bright as it lay in its City, Ino fifty dollar HaL 1

queer resting place. Trembling with j three five dollar silver: I I' ; ., i a. .
excitement: expecting to find lost 11 five one hundred dollar a yt> ,
freasure. and almost building "ca!l- ->leven hundred and .i
trey In the air." I nervously tore open in all-nothing \ you .
the box, and. 10. in this strange resting a clew as lo whoin 1 '
place I found this extraordinaryromantic "I then turned { EACH WEEK =

; tart story, which I now 'send pockets of the coat BETWEEN'
)"r.u ,verbatim trusting some of you rewardedby finding ;
numerous readers may be able to pockets a card :
threw uurn\ light on the matter or west 'John Smith. I Ile and New York. :

I ?duce the st> here t the tory: and
: they brought to
Calling at
New Charleston
s I S. C., both vra>'s.
ISIcS. {
Yard 24. the !
certainty that this !!
"I ant for from the land where I n mealthlugh the I I SE39I:E.: -
Sitfl: saw the flight that much I know.T.wnorruw had so familiar a e I --
Gto-l> : NEW IINFSti
the .-alt t.lar. tells jne it will! leaning it over and ; ENGLAND AND ,SOUTHERN

the :Sth vf March In the year iSri4 S. I John 'John who1 but }I was I, FREIGHT SERVICE BKTWFFX
.< xomehovr I know that I will be Ilea and only brougljj
I! the1 ;, Jacksonville Boston and Providence
> ily-i'ix yetirL oW but bow I know sad recollection that or I ,
i i* I o'!tIN( lie>" fw r do not even re- \janovher. of the vest l> ( I I of ;' and .all Eastern Points.
i r.iabfr my name. nor anything of m>- small key. wbl'h"rt I I
I 1 sit prior ft this day one year ago J satchel, and now. I rc '' I Calling at Charleston Both Way
1 :tys
: \ tien 1 awoke m the Ocala Iluase tjril, find some dew 1 let I I!! sr rr. liFi; K I, Y S .\. I 1.13TW.S.

' .' ,,+is:nmv wven{in nt oYbxk im, Indo\\.ad .the I remember sun wus, Ute des satchel of a gentleman-only '. ,-? '[ '( I' : .................._ ............ ...................'.........Fran Leiris' War*, b:t.:

.- hour fur 1 counted tfce strokes rchr ,ferried}[ in that way j ...".'.........-...................... Frsa ft of Cathsrias. Sret, Jar..... :!!
:k with i M cathedral chime in a tthe slightest mark of [ 0
!j[inlng f...." it en>? 1 t s n >rnhjg and the warmth to me ofi Givingup. the \} 1 ti-o I I
f sun at that hour waY very stran,t'. out anything of myself Between Jacksonville
y ) razed arouudth > and_ u Sanford_ ___ _
ttt.mi in slt'Ut'on! I finished my toilet/ :
'..' -r. X.i fiimHiar object met my sight out into a broad : I I I j; To I' : : ; "ai" ?alafta. Astsr, Beresfori < leLari > art hterseiia'.ilacifcjj !

s nothing In my suroundmgs indicated I]carpeted and fou [ : 1 i 0: S*.. Jogs Sirer- ,
I my bewildered mind my h'atwn.I door which [
: I
f upping out of bed from beneath my bereLT was near a Steamer City of Jacksonville

r*,llow I saw the protruding legs of a that reached down one to to Sail ., foii.ws: Leave Jacks.myQle| Ulr. except Mardaf, no
I'lir ot crvusrrs. pulling them out I 1 knew wa,; &hotel : Retuning. leave Saaf.rd.dart, except ;ull4ay. at tJII L IlL
they were'custom made.
evidently these few steps 1 "" "
three .
Quite new and with no niakt-r's natr me lently to the desk as ,E SCHEDULE -
one of :; .
: marks whatever. On the back of I 'good morning.' -to the chum I _
e chair was' a coat and vest perfectly I and asked to look at : I .. -,-
fUchtng the I % 111. .. ___ J"k5OftIII ...,, ,, :
trousers, and at the foot "I had evolved' a ___ ,, -r _..Arnft 1.L. 1
m.L- -_ talalta ..._.. ..._ .,lAawc a es P. a '
et the bed Mood kind .._ .. ..
A new satchel when I caught sight of I DJ.f.' __.:.. Astor ,.._...__ _....:. J p as ';1
of, solid leather and brads'trimmings, my door and Bret ''_--__--_._- Francu."._ "__. ...w.. ...... .... I t w P.. .
my this m. __.._. Saaford .. __ _... r LfIJ
t cured with a strong lock. No other who was registered in :: m.;---._ .__Knterpir-.__. _-.._ .. II _, ..... io N L .
object nit my view save the usual, f urrtshini must admit that I was
oLa first Class hotel ",,, d-: surprised when 1 found and Ticket Office.. 122 West StTjaekaonyiH*.-
r'Gm. I remember saying to wysY 1L I last page written upon -----
vrb-re th* duce are you, iM man; :Florida and Qposlte I [ Ja.-Ass'tGealTessAgeatruWatlilyStlackiou.Yk.hiL ;
how did >'OUsK Itt: n, and whose room I Ihund. 'U '*1: The i Je.Foot of HOjtu A.CCllt. Co r. LOVE:!.!.. supetiateuumt.
Street. lack.onrte P1a. '_
fr&ve you broken Into And then I sat "was ck..1.laH.ut\; '.Q I! Gen. lad's Pa". \ft.. New Y.m-k. Ct.YDF YII.I'.Gn'1 Fr't. Agt If. l'.
down vn the fide of the bed I : Vice "
and raked Thursday llatvh 24, President and GenerarManager.., !:':

: s P 14 f iy h[ Pier 36, North River.. \ Branch 290 Broadway New York. ""

h k f ..i"J': :;; -. .. ". -"
"r, <;'> ,
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I ------- ORLANDo.Mrs. .. ., .-
I stationed' an orchestra and the music ,,
4i;;-::< Special to the Ocala. Banner: Showing Amount of Balances in Each In the Supreme Court of FtOiDl'p,.

i:. !r.- and ilrs. A,, a Hamriek have :- Cltrondle: Fla., May 8, 1906. Fund a\ End of April. Sheldon Stringer Elected Presi- ,was very Inspiring. vision A., January T.rm, A. p. 1908. '*

r t1iTn 'from'a visit to Gainesville., In looking over your paper I see l -- dent-Next. Meeting at i In the :reception line were the following -

: dots The monthly report of Hon. W. T. Jacksonville. ; ladies:. Mrs. H. E. Stockbridge.
who and. sketches from, different parts I George B. Tyler. Appellant, vs L T.
i Gainesville
: ilf Wilson, of owns: Knott. state treasurer, filed with the o'f Lake City president of the Daugh-
of the Toph and Abner R. -To her husband
statebut I ph, -
grove on Lake Weir, spent see nothing, from Orlando, Fla., May 4, 1904. .
i" i: profitable shows balancesto ters; Mrs. J. W. Teach of Gainesville _
governor yesterday, l1ees.-3.ation Co -
little ptr.
i wednesday 1 n.<*alaMr. our burg, qitronelle. Fla.. justas Special to Ocala Banner.

" ''-'' though, we were not in it. But we the credit of the several, state and Mrs. Sheldon Stringer unanimously and Mrs. R. C. Cooley, Jacksonville, Whitfleld, J.: \ -

':' 0.BHowse; 'went down to Klafi are, ,and we hero tosta)', unless the educational funds at the. close of business elected president; Mrs. Lawrence ofOrlanQ.o i presidents, and' Mrs. Warlow, of-Orlando 1. In a bill to foreclose a diattel

:_ fmnjee ,Wednesday afternoon to spend various oil wells that are being pUtdown April 30, 1906, as follows: first vice president. Next I president of the Rosalind club n.orgtgage even if it Is essential to allege .

< seVri days looking after his cattl near.here do not ignite,andburn meeting at Jacksonville. Convenrioned who had so kfcidly placed their club at that the personal property was

.iuterests: ja that section. us out. However, I do not think this General revenue fund.$18,070.2', adjourned at six: o'clock. S. E. U..U.D.C. the disposal of the Daughters. within the jurisdiction of the cou : at -

: : ? :will be the case, as the proprietorsand One mill school fund.. .. ,.. 4S.597.85Pension TVuit punch, ice cream and. cake the commencement of the suit;'if there -

"v .L.Carney U no Joke but business !laborers ar all good men and tax fund .. .... . 94,427.95; CONVENTION. were served by a group of beautiful are allegations from which such fact

':propo8itlon! to the tax payers of theI. use every means to. prevent any accident State board of health fund 3S.812.4C young Orlando girls, and everything may be inferred, the bill is ood as

'.couty.'I Orlando. Fla., May 2. J905. against a demurrer not directed to this -
Principal of school fund (un possible was done for the pleasure and

I. Boswell of Lakeland Citronelle is the turpentine center of invested) .. .. t. 4,090.42 I Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. happiness of the guests. point.
;Jiiss Rebecca 'n this c"y Is v3" thIs! section, having two stills here Interest of school...fund. .. 539.17 I The United Daughters of' the Con- The reception was very largely) attended 2. Averments an answer which
who la wen known federacy met In this city at 9:30 are not responsive to.the bill must
one at Sulphur Springs. all run Hire of state convicts fund 7.393.59Indian and was 'a most brilliant affair.
_.;; jtinff her filster Mrs. G. W, Watson at 'o'clock this morning at the Y. M. C. be proved by the defendatn by..i pie-
ning at full bl ,st. A new saw mill 1 war claims fund. 25,090.00 SARA E. HARRIS. .

|>cryst41: Riyen. now being! erected, and it Is hoped thatit Agricultural College fund. .. 2,458.7 A. halL The first day of the meetinghas Orlando, Fla., May 3-, 1906. ponderance of the testimony, ,

f will be and station fund. .. 4.579.01White' been a very pleasant one. Ocala 3. An objection that the tE's lnt"cy
; Easterllng, who has a splendid up running by the 25th Experiment Special Correspondence Banner.
jjj business at High Springs, of this month. college Morrill fund.. 3,004.97 Rt.:Rev. William Crane Gray, Bishop The morning session or the U. D. C. In a chancery proceeding was not

l;, ,mfllinery! of the southern Florida diocese signed by the witnesses canno. bo
several days in Ocala. This Is a quiet:, healthy location, Colored college Morrill fund 3200.77 was principally occupied in hearingthe
i :iter spending made for the first time In the -
to her home Wednesday good people, good schools, we have a Interest of seminary fund.. 504.1r opened the meeting with a beautiful .various .reports discussions, etc. appellate
.,,: Burned; court particularly when the
good church and Female Incidental and earnest prayer. both the Jefferson partyobjectln'g
*-' a good preacher. Florida college Encouraging reports on

.r- ,morning '-_ And at, this time of the year thingsare fund .. .. .. .. .. 841.24 With quite a number of other dele- Davis monument and the-Olus- 90 asks that he be allowedthe

::- Mrs., Clifford-- L. Anderson and Mas- warming up politically, and with Proceeds: of college property gates your correspondent Is being- entertained tee monument fund were submitted. A benefit of such testimony. :

.::?. tel Clifford Izlar Anderson of Holder, some, mud-splashing is the order of fund . .. .. .. .. 9486.08 at Duke HalL Our hostess, number of resolutions were adopted. Decree affirmed. _

;:-,are the guests of Mrs. Anderson's parents tho ("*ay. It Is quite amusing to hear Colored Normal school con- Mrs. Mary Kerr Duke, Is a very and at 12 o'clock the convention ad. H. L. Anderson. for appallant t

.E MaJ. and Mrs. L. T. Izlar, for a some people talk on politics, especially tingent fund eo. .. ._ 5475.57 charming southern woman being a journed[ until 9:30 o'clock tomorrow L. N. Green. for appellees. t
I .."
when it to Fla. Gainesville native of Alabama. During'the war she '
,fev days. comes voting far our University morning.Just Gold in Florida Sand.

:! next solicitor. And, by the way, I believe donation fund .. .. 40,722.22 made her home In Iowa and was one after the conclusion of the ',
.; who have known EL L. Car- of the greatest friends that the Confederate -
: Those both the candidates are good and Experiment station incidental morning service Mrs. Jacocks. one of There is gold In Florida sand. It

:-. ney'the longest are the staunchest honorable men. but the best quallScatlon fund ".. .. . .. . 342.42 prisoners ever had. She was the prominent 'fruit gixxwers: and farmers :- citrus
the finest fruits In the
ijfHcndv x some have for one Is that' he University Incidental fund. 521.44 in charge of a great part of the supplies of this section, served delightful produces\ .
world, and almost every other fruitknown
. -- i8 a Florida cracker and the worst Florida Hospital for Insane and funds that were sent to the grapefruit which werp grown on her
/ the candidates for to temperate and tropical regions -
.. they can say of the other is, that hewas fire loss fund ...... ... ., 129.70 prisoners- confined on Johnson's Island. own grove. This treat ,was greatly enjoyed
offices will speak In Ocala Fridal though not perhaps in as great
county Mrs. Duke tells many entertaining as
torn In Ohio.I. and Mrs. Jacocks was tendereda
Let's all turn out and hear erfectlon. There Js scarcely a known
night for' one, have favored M*. Davis J418.262.97 well as pathetic incidences of the war rising Vote of thanks by the conven-
vegetable that It will not produce. Out
them. and Is a perfect well-spring of information -
fir several reasons. First, I believe -- Hon.
of it the and the
> Mm to be honest and upright and! he The Man "Under the Bed" and What and she has quite captured her This afternoon on a, special train grows: palmetto pine,
Davis Turnley and children Under and
8. boh gold producers.
Mrs. ,
is a man that knows his friends all Happened to Him. guests. Among the guests In the house' which had been chartered by the Confederate -
of Arcadia are guests of Mrs. Turn- In it lie beds of phosphate and kaolin
the time and is one of the boys.: Second are Miss Marguerite Stringer of veterans, the visiting dele
.1ft. mother, Mrs. Fannie R. Gary. Kokomo, Ind., May 4.-1frs. Earl Brooksville, Mrs. J. W. Tench of as valuable as genuine gold mines.
he has served us faithfully for gates and the members of the Orlando
Lindsay captured a thief here last Gainesville former And now as the chief ingredient in the
state of
nearly one term for Mr. Allred whose a chapter were given excursion to
Mr., and Mrs. A. A. Hewitt, of Boston an nanufaoture of sand lime brick and
and in d 'ng so overcame the,
night, the Daughters Mrs. Harry L. Brown
term expires! with clean ; Winter Park distance of four miles
; Mass.. who have .spent the past a record. Now, a cement blocks, It la furnishing the 5
sihntkm with a spirit which earned of 'St.
:'six.months at their winter home on Is Mr Pavis asking too much to be Augustine, recording secretaryof from this city. The -way lies througha and best material
her gvneral praise. cheapest building
Lake Weir, are in Ocala for a few given a chance to serve the people in the conventkm, and quite a numberof beautiful country dotted about with ;
Mrs. Lindsay returned home lastnight' others. n the world for a country and climate
days: the guests of Mrs. Hewitt'f his o\vn, right and title, which would lovely fakes and tropical growth of Hke .
two stubby shoes protruding ours.
brother, Mr.. Thomas J.' Hewitt, befongolcg be an endorsement of his faithful work In the absence of the president of all kinds. The train stopped at the
the bed furnished It will not be 'many years before
from under positive the Orlando chapter, who is detainedat
while acting solicitor in Mr. Anreod's RoHms college station and the teachers
on to their Massachusetts home as he handsomest and finest' .
evidence of on intruder. Mr. buildings ,
home on :account of illness Mrs. J.
stead or shall we say by our and, scholars of ,that 'institution '
absent but Us "t1't.1nV : pavements In the cities and towns: J' -
J.indsaylS L. Laurence is acting president of
'The TlaaeeeTiue Democrat per- vote that *you were,born in Ohio and treated us most courteously. We were
t the" 'that \ q present and loaded. the Annie Coleman chapter, and in adelightful hroughout the state will stand as enduring -
fact Govern- -
tbently recalls therefore wo cannot support you? shown through all the buildings and
4o the virtues and -
"You surrender. commanded Mrs.Lindsay .
j>r Broward, although making the Shall. we make the place of a man's fittle speech bade the strolled about the beautiful grounds.
In the steadiest voiro "he uses of Florida sand. Almost everyday
drainage of the everglades one of thespectacular Daughters wekome to Orlando. The college located Lake Virginia
birth an Issue? It we do, our noble on found -
could n'Us-i the
features of his campaign Florida sons will have_a poor show, as and ithe campus is in the form
Intruder came from; his hiding t:, when the final, development Is .
otter in
4did not'rely upon it exclusively for hiasuccess I really believe four-fifths of the voters speakers a: most attractive of a horseshoe, the lake being visible '
phwe, gazed squarely into two barrels reached it should be found that plain
:; and that "there were a num- are from other. states. There is .way. from all points. Many of the pupils
of the held at Mrs. Lindsay's Florida sand has more wealth producing -
: ber of circumstances which helped,him not a ,man living that is more opposedto weapon The credentials committee reportedfiftyfhe were boating, playing tennis and other
than the
and then bolted thrwprh; anopf'n capacity prai-
r to be elected.' Also that the people ott carpetbag rule than I am. but good shoulder votes in the convention, with outdoor games, and ,all seemed ideally the famous .
lands of the
|rle west or S
: aoor. Mrs. Lindsay prtmUy pur- the ladies H. '
the sta.te'did not take his drainage ; following present: Mrs.
citizens who have cast their lot with happy. I
: and brought the fu a [delta of the Nile,-Bartow. CourierInformant. -
lti\'e.'OO E. of Lake -
: Stockbridge, City president
scheme seriously during. .the primarjcampaign. us and have made our interests their Marion county is represented ut ;I .
standstill with a charge of fine shot in Miss Caruthers of .
A. E.
interests, should have an equal chance.It ; Tampa Rollins by Prof. J. H. Brinson of Orange I
;( nl? back. first vict president Mrs. J. L. IcCrory. !
t 4s a stinging! nettle to me for thepeople S ; Lake, who Is at the head of the ; The Winding Up of the Campaign.
: 'the local The pMce! ut this juncture altiJt.1f of DeLand SE'Col1dre
t During editor's visit in Orlando I' president; '
that business a.ndb
of Florida ,to say to me a department, ) CharlieLivers
: week ahe hdthe pleasure Florida-born boy should have an otiice and relieved thewoman of her pri-on- Mrs. M. C. D .gda'{. of Jacksonville of Summerfield, a student in i;I The primary campaign is rapidly

: of Mr Vincent Fair er. lift was Monttasd: : .is JatiesVi3on.. third vice Mrs. Clifton B.
seeing, Moody simply because he happened to have president; the college. i drawing to a close. Speaking In Ocala :

' ": formerly of this city. Mr. Moody has: : been born in .Fl rlda.. Away with such i34i! t" be warvteJ in pcwrptl Indiana Gwynn, of Tallahassee, treasurer; Mrs. We were fortunate enough- to havea I i Friday night and. at Pine Saturday,

.- recently ,moved to Orlando from Pa nonsense and let's gi'efr.. Davis a towns f'vr burglary. Brown, of St. Augustine, recording couple of the college girls take us: and it win have ended. -

latka. He has purchased Aberne- his to the 8t>t'retaryIrs.. E. J. Van of :Madison for around Lake Virginia and On Tuesday candidates spoke at
term in own right serve people Methodists May Make Change in the a row

thy drug store in that l'ity and is doIng of this distrl t.. Articles of Faith. Mrs. W. C. 'Watts and Miss Frances through an exquisite little run called ; Candler and were greeted with a fair- ..,

an excellent business. It is ahand-v CITRONELLE DROP SHOT.Entertainment BoucJielle, of DeLand Mnf. and Ms.sMontague the Ofcceoku! which connects Lake Virginia -; sized a dience. Mr.T. KPriteaett,commit -

IOme drug store and Mr. Moody's -_L -"- of Miami. Mrs. Patton An- and Lake Osceola. Connectingwith teeman for that district, presidedand
The conference of the Methodist -
friends will learn With pleasure of his for the. Benefit of the general derson. Mrs. J. N. Walton and Mrs. this lauer lake is Lake Mait- introduced the speakers and did

Episcopal churoh. south in session Cox of Pa tka.. Mrs. Knight and .
success. Mr. and Mre. Moody are at Blind. .Mrs.Wainw land and the bea.utf this chain of It gracefully and eloquently.

\ 'present boarding, bt: as they expectto in Birmingham is one of the most right. vf St. rlie, Mrs. Marks and little lakes and the beautiful groves All the candidates held the boards$

reilde permanently In Orlando. they We had a very lea.'Untist' ywsler- I Important St8.lM.: ever : h. ld by that Mi* Patton, irpaLll'hf: <')Ia. Mrs. and dense forests overhanging the and made about the same speeches oralang

will build or buy .a home at an early lay afternoon from Mrs.. A. II. Emerson -I i body MenviriaJi various nature'! John W. Teach, Mrs. Dagan String- banks, is certainly a beautiful sight. _about the same lines that they.

date on one of ,the beautiful little lake? of Tacoma. Fla.. who is in Ocala I'!have been made to the conference re fellow! Mrs. Medlin. Mrs. H. H. Mc- President and Mrs. Blackman were did at other places.

that.about in that-city. Mrs. 1100113"smother. f)r the purpose of arousing soma Interest questinghaIges. in the laws of the Creary, %lr5. J. M. Cutter. Mrs. Mc-. at home to the guests from four'to From Candler the candidates went

Mrs. Brigham, is also making- .in an intertainment for th3 bUn.! !S church.A Kinstry and Miss Ft
her home in Orlando. boys who are students at the Dt'af. resolution has' been Introduced by Miss Sara Harris. of Ocata, :Miss near the college was tastefully deco- n.ssday morning. Mr. Clarence Smith. -

--- Dumb and BlinO\ asylum at He.uU- W. F. Tillett and W. R. Lambuth. of Marguerite! Stringer of BrooksviUf! rated wLth flowers and plants, pink, of Weir Park. presided ,and did the

Among the prJminent visitors inOfala Mrs. J. C. Pf> Mrs.
bl'r.'S. McDavid.-
S tine.A the Tennessee conference, requestingthat white and green being the prevailing honors to the queen's taste. -

during the week were the follOwing number, of the blind boys of the the articles of faith of the churchbe Batts and Miss Cald-well, of Penaa- colors. The good people of Moss Bluff provided -

; CoL and Mrs. R. 1". Rogersand asylum will give an exhibition in this changed claiming that the present cola; Mrs. Abwmathy. and Mrs. Watson Mrs. Blackman Is a very handsome a bountiful dinner, and It wa? \

ilr. and Mrs. E. S Rogers of city on Thursday. June 7. of Orlando Mrs. Daricot and Miss .
articles do not meet the needs of the ; and gracious woman, and was most elegant as bountiful and the candidates -

Lynne; E.L._ Worrell of Anthony; II. They will be under the direction of times.A Browning of Lakeland, Mrs. M. II. cordial to her guests, who were all are giving the Moss Bluff people

R. Hayes, of IHgley J., B. Martin, of Parks and the entertainment Miss
Professor commission was appointed to meet Bessent, Sallie Holmes, Mrs. 01- charmed with the president and his nothing but bouquets. .
Ocklawaha; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stuc- consist" music recitations
will with commissions from other branches trogge. Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Stuart, Mrs. wife. Receiving 'with them and assisting -

key, of Dunnellon; Arthur Hardaker church to make such :MeNelty, Mrs. Clarence Maxwell and There are just 1,587 clerks in toe
etc.The of the in various ways were the otherprofesS)1"S
and A. M. Goodwin of Martel: W. A state makes a very scanty appropriation The Mrs.- R. C Cooley, of Jacksonville. different departments of the government -
changes as may seem necessary. and their wives and a bevyof
Fulton ,of Brooksvllle; S. R. Fussell' for these unfortunate Children report of the commission will be submitted Hon. W. L. Palmer, one of Orlando's pretty college girls served punch, more than 65 years of aga and

.artd, Wr J. }Fussell of St. Catherine; and they' are forced to do 'something to the next general conference, most prominent citizens. and distin- coffee, strawberry ice and cake. of this number. 171 are upward of475jears.

v. D, Bassett, of Floral City; W. J. of thi* sort .for a mai'1t .nhr.ce. guished lawyers made the address of The civil service convulsionhas
which will met four years hence.It The afternoon, at Rollins college wa
Johns and L. T, Herrin, of Sampson. It is said that they give a most interesting Is possible that during the session I welcome on behalf of the city,,and his one of rare pleasure and will be always completed its census of the different -

and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of entertainment and we hope !address was chaste and beautiful. He departments, and within a. few
of the of the to the
that the term pastors a pleasant memory members -
Silver Springs.Tuesday have a full house.; tribute to the days a report will be n43 to P-esi-
th.evill churcheaill be changed from four to i paid a very glowing women of the Daughters of the Confed*
during her stay in of d, nt Roosevelt regarding th3 years pf
MM. Enaerison, the south and brought tears to '
has been agItated -
sis years. The change eracy, who are receiving fcuch royal
night in Jacksonville at the of Mrs. T. M. efficiency of these clerTh: 3ldet
Ocala. was a guest the eyes of many of his l1 en"nI.
but hasnever
b< for several: years, consideration at the Orlando convention. -
*r4 of trade, the Church Club tendered Moore. been affected On behalf of the Confederate Veterans .. .- clerk In the service is VI year. r'. ere .

a reception to Rt. Rev. Bishop Hon. W. H. jewel!, commander is one who Is 90; three are Sri, four .. ';
The boundaries of the largest conference the historical evening took
Edwin Tonight
G. Weed, in honor of the twenanniversary Spent, a Pleasant Evening. of the third brigade welcomed the 85,. five 84, six SS, twelve 82, fourt.;an S
tleth in southern Methodism., the place of which we will write znrefully
of his elevation to Daughters most heartily and in words 81, eighteen 80, fifteen 79. twenty-fl-v
North Georgia ("Onference.iU probably tomorrow.
'episcopacy. It was largely attend- Monday night Mrs.. S. L. Patterson that were most fitting and well cho- 78, twenty-three 77, and forty-four.
*d be changed.The The medal ffered by the' Daughtersfor -
by members of the diocesan council, entertained in a most delightful way Of the entire number 189 hold their
who election of bishops is'ill occupy the best essay on Robert E. Lee
an? meeting in Jacksonville this in honor of her guest. Mrs. Zewadskl.and sen.In the of her remarks Mrs.Laurence positions on account of their \vtr rec
wf.ekL! and and Guy the attention of the conference in tht course was won by C.: L. Moorman, of Green
by the dtizens of the me1.ropo1is her sons. Messrs. Osco read a letter from Mrs. Jefferson ords. -: -
of near future. Several prominent members Cove Springs, who is a student at the
and in every way it was a Zewadski, of Ocala. A company Davis who sent greetings to I ,. __ ---
church spoken of fo of Florida at Lake City. ---- -
very elegant ? assembled at the of the are I University
function Bishop \Vee1was about thirty friends the convention and said that she felt
election. Among the most prominent This essay was read at the historical -
presented with a vety handsomeSJ1er stone dock at 7:30: o'clock and proceeded and :
that her life is near its close
sen-Ice '"LadyLou" spoken of are the following: John J. very evening by Mrs. John W. T nc.'t. of
as an enduring te timo on board the steamer that she expected that would be the 'Needham "
nia1or the ,here most Tigert. book editor, who is consideredone Gainesville, and it is a very splendid
Mjrh beach a
place he has won in to the ocean last greetings that she would ever be
; the hearts of the ablest men in the convent production. SARA E. HARRIS. ,
all.A.nothF delightful moonlit evening was send ronv'nLlin.Irs..
school able to to a ,
tion; James Adklns Sunday -
'r the -
full.orchestra accompanied party Dr. McMurray, prominent member Davis will be'eighty years of age on The tact that the state pardoning '

criticism made by the Ocala and there was dancing in tne pa- agent of; the St. Louis conference: Dr. the seventh day of :May, and she asked board declined to act on the proposition -Tlje Plumber :
iiant.r < aliHt served and
g the Florida railway villian. Refreshments were Vanderbilt University, and for the, prayers of every Daughter on for clemency in the cases of Caldwell -

t'On1TJssF\1.' ( W i? .tho following: Thatof the evening was most happily spent Denny, of that day. and Larkins. convicted of complicity I Iid Gas - '
At '
.b missionary
Ward secretary. ( fitter
J2re1 Beth )
flour the citysoon
i Is to
shipped from Jack- party returned of Lake ,
The definite prediction as to Mrs H. E. Stookbridge( In the murder of School Superintendent !
I fOn\ille \., Zewadski is the this time no -
Ocala thence to Silver midnight. Mrs. of the
after CHthe honored president Eppes. of Leon county. I -
Dhts who will be t'lf.cttron be made. It is II
: thence Zewadskl. promI- :
steaner Ioadd aboard a wife ot Hon. W. K. a prohilble that two will De elected. Florida U.: D. C.'s replied to the address is a good sign.-St. Augustine RO<'ord. II I .

back ana hauled warty half way nent attorney of Ocala, 'and 'who has. i of welcome briefly and in a irnst It looks like a mighty bad slim ti. I HAS OPENED UP rflS NEW 2

-' Ma. o Jusonvjlle cheaper than the so ably rt'prf'sentNlIatlon: count One of the criticisms the Ocala Banner ;!pleasing manner. us. Ande are glad to ascertian thit

j-&irt'CCto e :barrel of flo'ur an b* shipped during several sessions of the legislature. mule against. the Florida'ailv.a\ At the afternoon session the time these men have been respited by tVGovernor. : !! SHOP ON THE. CORNER OF '-

truth of', <*:att Mr. Burr admitted the .Miami News. cnsnmisin wt= the f .ll nvln;r Timt was spent in the reading of the stateofficers' Don't let the fountains ut I .

ber-1 this proposition. Floar, unlike,. from an OeaLi merchant made a sale of-a reports and 'the reports fromthe pity entirely dry up. ; SPENCER BLOCK WITH A .
,, a necesst! Mr. John Brown.
>. SG what do sion
you chapters and this .?p
1hink15 car of beer tr a lealer in St. P te""- I different ,
:, 'Mr'. Burr's explanation" Ocala in California a" few years ago burg and upjR ui.estlsating "he was exceedingly interesting- G. A. R. Meeting at Palatka. FULL LINE OF SANITARY ,

,t .) rd better his fortune- is back again v .
no control )verinh1tthu. that he fMult1have From eight-thirty to eleven o'clock ,---
\ 'jf < s.1.ys freight rates discovered
;!. r stay. He
\o"1911a The 11l-' s 5i.gs the and.says he is here to continuously this beer shipped from Jacksonville -. the visiting delegates were tendered The state encampment of the Grand : AND MODERN PLUMBING
t' railway 'nimi.-v-lon are conjfrting be his been sick almost forced through Ocala to, St. Petersburgfor a reception by the Annie Coleman Army of the Republic! will !>; helij In j -

. on,tnt(4rf.w (ltIe are uJ! tlatould. since leaving Florida. and was In a largely less rate than from Ocala chapterThe reception 'Was held in the Palatka, Fla., on May 14 and 15. A rate : GOODS. WHEN IN NFED OFt -
; good portion
wak a mustard seed look likeMr. to return. He had a direct-a' hundred miles nearer :''. SfPetersburg Rosalind club rooms, whk'h were *-xHuisUely of one and one-third, fare, plus 2
f health
; 'giant.. valued
t .- :orse Burr's explanation N the "Golden otate, but in Mr. Iturr confessed "that : *decorated, for the .,eveningThe cents has been authorized by all FlorIda FIRST CLASS SANITARY: -S
and is -back
!' '- )tfe than' that 'of a lame duck.. And above everything .ellt". and.ha this was true.. And what, dear readers club rooms are themselves very railroads. Tickets on -ale May 12 .
M rrneth.p Florida Peking its do you think Is hi!t justification'He [iattracti\"e. and with the addition of 13 and 14, an.! can only. be secured on PLUMBING CALL ON HIM.
t '{ .I:1j.: to >ejiev J ,
Q. climate as J i
I le1* atIi 1It'111r. wh.. Mi .on a faith enough ,In our fully recover his says that beer: is a luxury and not I[graceful, ,pa kn1?. beautiful red and presentation of certificates.
tor:' bis genial and ." that he will ft\\"prg' Confederate flaspi THOS. J. OWEN
manners : and ,
necessity.: l)1)n't.taugh out loud white ,
R; .I'Ota ., of Hon. a i .
brother '
t01"nr. is a .
'' Is a ytsitor in Oeaa to- health. Mr. Brown the effect was beautiful! and striking : Depirtment Commander. -
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0 Since listening 'Mr. ,BurrEp] ec Gathered from the Endsof the,Earth' k.k.f' %''. ."r0 For District Attorn.eyO_ DOTS!

for the Benefit of the Trade. In 106 th democratic -iatiqn-aLcon.
HARRIS.. Editor. we are thoroughly convinced that the T& the Democratic Voters >f the Fifth

P. V. Leavengood -Business Manager. interior section id 'in a. more depl ra- I i Van Buwn Ark will begin Sh1pping vention. adapted a: platform, one of the Judicial Circuit : -

bl; planks of Which follows: 'But for, this 'I One disease of I
and bO.J than tve: : hereby announce myself candidate thinn
strawberries this :
: weejf.Connecticut's
: decision by the supreni/* court (the for the office. of States Attorney; children is scrofulaj'ipjconsumption. j f

ever autkipafed. annual .hay crop adverse, decision to -the .income tax) fur the Fifth Judicial Circuit. at the ; d i

,Mr. Burr says that it Is 'the policy reaches value of about llO.OOO.Ouft democratic primaries to be held May Both hare I
would deficit In the
there be no revenue -
of ,the Florida railway commis&ion to and the potato crop about J2,000,0b.Dispatches 15th 1906. blood ; both need
under' the law passed by"'a democratic .
protect the small merchant and consumer from the vicinity of NewCastle These diseases thrive
.- congress, In. strict. pursuanceof -
and put hem equal footing Ind., say the peach crop is .
on an For County Judge- Fat
the uniform decisions of that co'urt ness. is the best
with the larger merchants who killed but that a big apple crop is To the Citizens of Marion County: me "
for nearly one hundred years, that 1 that I am' candidate* overcoming them
buy in cortoad Jots. That is to say, that promised. I announce a ; cod lit*{;
court liaving ,In that decision sustained for nomination and re-election to tlw makes )
_:4a. the person buying a" single barrel of Alabama berry growers are facing a constitutional objections to its enactment jfnce of County Judge of Marion i the best and heal 0 : \1
Hour shall have the same rate as a famine Of pickers. The crop is very which has previolusly been County# subject to the Democratic i fat and ;

_- I man buying a thousand barrels. Now, large and many !pickers will be needed. Primary to be held May 15th, 1906.
I overruled by the judge* who ever sat As I am engaged in the active administration -
the rate is fixed at an hundred pounds The strawberry crop around Paducah -
------- on that bench. We declare that it of the duties of the officeIt fl

and .upwards. But why an 'hundred Ky., promises to be one of the cong to all will not be possible fot, me to .make SCOTTEMULSlOtf
is the duty of ss use, con-
Motto The Banner, believing thou pounds? Why not fifty pounds? Because finest raised for years. It, however, an active or extended campaign.
stitutiolal which remains after
at the top well ,able to take car .of this 'will more largely benefit will be ten days later than last year. I power I solicit the support of the Democratic -
.the decision, or which may come from Electors of Marion county and l.
themcelves, hat taken iU stand in the the 'individual consumer, and it fifty George F. Brunson a well known pledge to them an honest faithful
its reversal by the court as It may ;
barricades with the common people why not twenty-five and if twenty- 'fruit grower, of Berrien county, Mich. [ be that the and upright administration of the duties Jl:
hereafter constituted so
and its fight will bo mad. for the b.t- five, why not five? declares that the strawberry crop of of the office if it be their desire
burden\of the taxaitkm may be equally that I jshall again serve them.
J torment of thoM at the bottom This policy, -which. Mr. Burr is com that countywill soon be killed off entirely '!
ii and Impartially laid, to the end that Respectfully,
-.-- mitted to carry oat, will not only make by 'w11at Is known as the green wealth may bear its due proportion or JOSEPH BELL. is' easiest and most eBectV:

--t I wholesale houses impossible in the 'interior strawberry 'worm. oriu of cod liver oil.
FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1906. the expenses of the government For District Attorney: Here's1
but 'win likewise destroy our Potsdam N. y. berry growers com mituml I
_. __ ___ __ That plank was denounced by republican To the Voters of the Fifth Circuit:' of thmgs t lir
retail trade and if carried to its logical plain that the open winter has been I hereby announce my candidacy for .hows
editors and republican orators why EmaW
k The One Mill$ Tax. conclusion will make merchan bad for their plants, many of the young the office of state attorney for the fifth if

: dizing in the Interior impossible.To fields being winter killed. On this account and democrats were oaled "an- Judicial circuit of FlorIda. composed of so much nine in all C3.'l'S
The amount of apportionment ot the archists" because they presumed'to the counties of Marion, Citrus Sum- *'ii ifnla and t
make this 'proposition plainer: they say the strawberry crop | consumption.
: ter Hernando and Lake. subject to the IoIi
.. .one mill tax is $18,597.85. Marion gets "criticise the courts.
4 *2.403.12. The freight we shall say on canned will be very short. The editorial remarks of the New democratic primary to bp Jield May 15 lilt, more 'weight I more nourislj

; goods from New York to Jacksonville. There is some'difference between the and solicit the sunpor. of the democratic "',cut that's
York Tribune made after the decision wh"d
voters of this district.
% I is 15 cents on one foundred. pounds and apple, prices of 1900 ana isoe. in the
; \ Owing 4o the expiration bf its Agreement of 1896 were' fairly representative CARLOS L. SISTRUNK. 'ji
from Jacksonville to Ocala Is 50 former they were retailing at ?1
year -
-4 with Panama bankers the canal of the tone employed by republicans i Send for five sample ?
commission cents on one bundred'pounds. Now, per barrel and at the present time the For Tax Collector I
receiving gold from [generally In the treatment of 'the ChI-
: if the IndIvid'ual.consumer can buy wholesale quotations are $3.50@6wirh To the Marion County j'ocracy: SCOTT CtaJ
the &
: United States for the of BOWNE
cago platform, and particularly that Believing that 1 hava filled the position ,
these goods in Jacksonville in small a supply.
.employees. plank abo'e'quoted.. The.Tribune. of tax collector for state and 409-415
p quantities and pay proportionately the Modern machinery done much to ,said that the democratic movement of county during my occupancy of the office Pearl Street New York "ic.anJiO0 5

v : Mr. R. Hudson same rate of freight on them as the lighten the work and lower the cost of acceptably to 'a large majority of :: :1' :: It 'AI
Burr says that he 1896 was a "malicious conspiracy .
merchant who buys them in car lots farming but.the invention of machinery the tax payers 'of the county. I an- -i'(
4: .' does not hesitate to say that Mr. Thos. against the honor and integrity of the nounce myself a candidate for reelection -
I J. I he will do so and get the benefit of for the use of fruit growers does
Appleyard is the candidate at tile nation." and added: subject to the action of the For Representative ,
Florida East Coast .railway the rate which will In the end not not compare with the devices for the county democracy in the primaries ofSlay I am a candidate for
put up
; secretly and only put. our wholesale' merchants out .use of the general farmers. its nominal head was worthy of 15. next. From now until and I want the inh. i representt.tiVf-arm. "to.u. .
_: : clandestinely.r the cause. Nominal because the triG comes -ore win w--- WAU QJ-
primary i>e my the rules of the
of buslneS ,- but will likewise destroy Henry J. Lamar has established at corning primaries
..', : wretched,<.rattle-pated buy, posing In busiest season in the office so much promise if nominated. not
: Indictments charging1 conspiracy and make Impossible even a retail Summerfield, Ga., one of the finest so that it will be impossible for me the world at am&e
vapid vanity and mouthing r(,->ound- my statesmanship
defraud the business in the'lnteri6r. chicken farms in America. The stocksof to jeglect my duty to the public in be the biggest fool In ; my

governme-nt.of 200,000 The individual, 'when'he learns that chickens of finest ing rottenness, was not the real leaderof order to'make a personal canvass, of a'coming loaded and. Tallahassee tsf
: of land are .the breeds candidates, ,<
acres. have been
returned by that of hell. He .he 'countIt would be JK -
league was only a a pleasure itlvely no Infringements
he can buy a can of tomatoes or a that money can buy, and the plant is on my campaign -
the grand jury In Portland .or me to meet the people a' the var-
puppet In the blood-im'jrued hands of thunder. Patent '
.against twenty-one sack of flour in Jacksonville as cheapas nearly perfect in equipment ous meetings' that in all probability applied for

-a : them prominent In business men. some life. of can the Ocala wholesale merchantand The Nashville Strawberry..Associa. -, the anarchIsts, and till be arranged by the county demo -, -LS.LIGl.-*

1 get the Eame freight rate he will I ItranSfer' tion of Nashville, Tenn.. held a meeting revolutionists, and other eperadoe iratic executive committee to' take For Tax. Assessor1'0 -
of that eP1'IjM. But he : )Iac over the county within the next :
wa a willing
The Citiren-Reporter has jut installed '. Ms retail grocery business recently on Paradise ,Ridge and two month) but I think that all good the Democratic Voters of Marion

a new Simplex typesetting ina-, from Ocala to Jacksonville and will in perfected all arrangements to 1 handle puppet. Bryan was willing and eager citizens who know me will understandthat county:- '

chine. time do his dry there the Not one of his masters was more apt it is duty before pleasure with At the solicitation of some of aj
This goods trading which
paper enjoys the distinction coming crop promises to friends I
than he at lie! and fori erie and blasphemies :ne. I submit my candidacy upon my believing myself that count*
; of having brought the first power also. The 'result will be that we can be th? banner crop for many years.A and all" the nameless ,Jfficial record an dif elected for an- offices should be changed occasional!]?,'

press and now the first typesetting do no mercantilebusiness in any interior trip over southwest Arkansas at iniquities )ther term of office I will do my duty I hereby announce myself a candidate

; .: machine Lake 'Cit)'.. city.- Our merchants will in time this time carries the 'impression that of the campaign agaiiot the Ten is I, have in the past: for Tax Assessor for Mariqo comjlj.

have to out of Commandments. lIe goes dawn with Very respectfully. subject to the democratic primary tf
go Other lines 1P06 promises to be a banner fruit
r. the cause and must abide with it in E. L. CArw..a yo be held May the 15, 1&06. I therefore-
: On laM Tuesday morning a sale 'of business will have also to do the year. Pears plums and peaches are ; solicit the support of the democllt

_g :was, made J'whereby the Gadsden same thing. This will tend to depopulate coming Into full bloom and the promise the history of infamy. He hul: less For Tax Collector voters of Marion county. -

,. County Times passed from 1t. former our cities. Then the l local merchants i of a .each crop is surprising.Americus provocation than Benedict Arnold 1 hereby announce my candidacy Respectfully, f
Into 'the IE"SN intellectual fire than for the office of tax collector of Mar- ; F. B. TgRNE :::
owner', hands of Messrs. J. W: having gone out of business, Ga.
peach fear
_: :- Bussey and Otis .F. Landers of this their patronage will be withdrawn thewUl not be growers I .\a1'1HR4rl'. leas manliness and ion county, Florida' subject to the Ftr Coupty ,Commissioner- '
able to secure labor democratic primary ,to be held taJ : '-
I city, .and, Cook Garnly, <>f Thomasvlllc.Times. from newspapers and they.. like the ,enough to properly gather their I I courage than > Jefferson I Divia. He 1;;. 1906 and solicit the support of 'the To the democratic voterof .M4Nt

: --Quincy ( Arab will. be compelled- to. fold their, peaches. This is the first year pe; I J. W. BISHOP. H number of my friends I hereby ass
'andtreasofl to the
\ tents and. steal away. Our schools will have been shipped from there in any -- nounce niv candidacy far the DOSitini

t Practically all the inembers of' the gradually diminish .and so will our quantity, and the crop pmmise.V tu be public. His name belongs with theirs, For County Treasurer- of Commissioner from the second district .-

tL United States senate agree 4n predicting churches -and' "Ichabod", will be written large neither: the tnoH' brilliant nor the most With the assurance of my hearty ,of Marion county subject to rtr-

_ that the present 'eek'lll see on every mterior portal. hateful jn the list. Good riddance tot appreciation for past support I res- action,of the democratic prImary thje-f
The Crown Brand ililk Company, to tion to be held
oectfully submit Math; f-
my the
; candidacy for
'T the end of the discussion of the rail- According to )tr. Burr's speech it all to conspiracy and conspirators
'we manufacture
butter milk and chfC'c, easuryship of Marion county, sub- J. M. MATHEW&riemlngfton /
".s road rate bill. There Is among re- lie prone and helpless- and are. bound has been incorporated at Denmark. X.. and to the ',full menace of repudiationand I J. ct of course tothe coming democra-. Ha.: :V

I "publican senators some disposition toAntagonize hand and foot.- anarchy aginst the honor and. the c primary. = :
Y., with a capital of $;,OAO, The incorporators For }
: the life of 'the republic.' THOS. E. PASTEUR, : ;
: compromise provision. It 13 dKmal picture but the '
n committee are Herbert K. Cook, RichardC. To the democratic voter01 MauC

-- of congress that recently made Otis and John T. ilartin. all of f On April 18 1906. Theodore Roosevelt For Tax Assessor county will meet the candidates atS

_ : Mr. Otis Landers of this city is its report and, tu which the editor oft Denmark. elected to the presidency of the Thanking my friends for : past favors Mcintosh Thursday 26th, and entsf

__ ; one'of the new purchasers of the s paper referred In. his debate whh The Union United States its a republican sentto I respectfully announce myself the race for the legislature. I bart
.. Pacificrailnuy company been encouraged to do so by the kinfi
., Times one of the reading pa- Mr. ,Burr sourtds the- same starlKnt* last. week confiscated 10 car flf potatoes congress In a special message tleals'pTticuhrly a. candidate, for renomniation in the expressions of niy good friends in n-"'

-.' : pers of that city. The many ,triends alarm. at Greeley and tent them out as I in. with the decision! nf next primary rious parts of 'the county. I will pram

'. 'of this youn'g man here are very .glad That report bays that every Interior :a special train at express spoed -to San ,|t Federal Judge J. Otis T. I1l11Ilhrejn '-ALFP.I) AYER. shall Ise the people an Interesting ttoe-rj J
: to know that he la conceal nothing that a ea.ndJdathtlhQuld
'. of proving f O much city from sea to sea and from lak s Francisco. A check \\ .1I'later sent to the beef trust case. Mr. Rooe\'elt'rE'-, For Representatlve- J tell, and If sent to Tallahassee
a success and wi&b .Mm all possible to ferret to the judgment in'tbe beef trust To the Democratic Voters of MarioiUounty
gulf are discriminated against are the owner of the shipment by the railuy -j. I will do all in my power to Drmat f'the

prosperity. in the f ,ture. compelled to pay tribute io the --ea- \\ company. i case as "a miscarriage of ju Uf." Mr. After due:- consideration and at, thu enactment of laws that will tent' :'

I to increase taxes. ResiectfttUr, :
port cities an4'then Is R') eveU also said "I canhardly believe -
a feeling request of
o. friends '
j: The Lake View hotel at Leesburff The Cape Cd Cranberry Growers'ASS numerous 1 hereby I G" O. G. MATHEWS., .
and rhat the rule of Judge Humphrey announce myself a candidate for
insecurity alarm everywhere
L has been sold to E C. Worrell a prcv on has been assunxl of an allotment .i :",
prominent -
I wii representative to the 'egislature from
followed other
be by judges.
alent. Under
the of utuab
/ business man of Moorestown. X. of Jitfo from the state agricultur Marion county subject to the demo solicitation a

J., The ho'tel l will be converted into atirstclass 'I I The Jacksonville lletropolis waS d experiiiifnt fetation for studying I Referring to the tendency of the cratic primary to be held on :May 15 of my fHends I have agreed to asnount.e :,

I right when, il said In reply to the I t ne-r. Mr. Rosevelt I said: "The danger : 1906. T. E. BIGGKS.
_ itourist hotel and .any J.mI worms and Insects injurious to the 1 myself a Candidate fur eoUWt:,
0 Ocala Banner "that If want to do t nowadays is not that innocent mien -
provements be made on the buildIng cranberry and tltedevil inI- of 'some For Members of the School Board. commissioner from the second si
_ business you must pull up stakes and : will be convicted of crime, but that
,. This- sale means for their extermination. I
; means murh tH the lit- respectfully 'announce my candi Marion county r. subject to the deflt0
move to Jacksonville.:" Orleans the guilty men wil RO scott free. This dacy for re-election '
tk N. T member
city <>Leesburg.. county fruit growers as a Of cratic prima"J.. II. BRASS
We have ,been living in Ocala f." v are making strenuous efforts to drive I is especially the case where the. crime the school- board from the 'Blitchton \

I t Judgto Isaac A. St w.rt.. judge of the years. We have striven in season ,t'.d out the San Jo.--e scale. An inspectoris is i one of sreed. and cunning. perpetrated district. B. R. BLITCH. 4-:, : Gairc-r. Fli"Y:.,

__- criminal court of record of Voluslioounty lout of season to build a city here. We going over each young orchard and by a man of wealth In the courseof To the Democracy of the 20th Senator- ror Commissioner t
: _
: .- filed twit for $: ,((1 against I have
', c.'O. Codrlngton publisher of The PeLand1 prospects, a balmy and delightful cl'- microscope. If the least traCt of the code of conduct 'is at'variance not 1 hereby announce my candidacy for Since It is impossible for the wart i

: Weekly News for slander and mate a rich,atid productive soil entei- scale ''is discovered the 'tree is pulled merely with the code of'humanIty and 0th the office Senatorial of state district senator to be from voted the for house to be completed this year, "*- ,

_ libel J. Hall Brurnby "has also filed prising business men but we find i. up and burned. morality but with the code as established at the coming prImary. of May 15 in believing the completion that I can and rerve final the arraIlq: peopr

-. *ult.<"r .HIII: (I against R. E. Prevail, impossible to build up a' city. We haveno ,According toV.. W. .Ogilvie. cow in the law of the land. Referring tion 190G.1 heartily endorse the resolu- ments of the same da well as any jDU'

publisher nf "The Volusia County Rec-. wholesale establishments to pek miifsloner of agriculture Tennessee, to Judge Humphrey's decision of passed Marion by the executive of committee in the district therefore I take this

0. ord. /The Volusia county newtpaiiers of. .no manufacturing industries, ant little damage has been done to fruitor Mr. Ro'evelt said: "Such Interpretation 1906. asking that county Marion county March 17 be, for method re-election.of announcing my of candidaci coaafr !"
to the office
are.having a rough time'of it.Any'sore when our phosphate, turpentine a.i! growing crops by the freeze. lie has of ,the law. comes measurably near made an. individual senatorial district commissioner from the 4tb district; :

-. lumber interests are exhausted, |* th made an investigation of the peaches 1 making' the law a farce" and I promise it nominated and my official record is well known &
of a rate beedme policy to which Mr. Th Plank in tahe elected to use my best efforts to c.1.ri i
may a Burr is committed and he Is of the opinion that reports'; ? restaoisnbrdlua ry into effect the wishes I you. and J ask your consideration Sf3
expressed in
muckrake when muck has accumu and which seems 'to ,give him such l that the'crop'' had been badly, damaged : The plank In the democratic nation- that resolution and also to serve the I' t.C same. -*.
I Hesoectfully.
: lated to such an extent that the health large mart?; nf .rat'.fif-atlon, is' (,n- were much exaggerated. i lal platform 1896 for the adoption best interests of the ;>eople. N. A, FOBT. ,,;

and safety .of the community requires I tinued. this country must be abandoned. The fanners of New Jersey use fiver of which democrats. were denouncedas Very respectfully -

:;,. its removal. It Is the' use to which U'' There 1s no other bopf nor no $1,000,000 worth of chemical fertilizers anarchists} is decidedly tame in I -J. G. BASKIN. For the Legislature: I

is put that makes it.'hat it is. Theoretically other how.Mr. a year. These consist of nitrate of comparison with the .language used by; i iI For County Commissioner- democratic 1 hereby submit my name county to ot-IB t,
voters of Marion
the greatest muck rake lu Burr's policy so'iacU the .leath doJa. sulphate of ammonia dried the president elected, as a republican, To the Democratic Voters of Marion the primaty election to be held Mitt:

,this country I is Charles E. Hughes, knell of every interior city,, and present blood. tankage fish. scrap_ arid phosphates I in.mmenting'uwn. the detision in Through county-the solicitation 1;,, as a candidate for member of ttef .
whose work'1n cleaning out fie life results justify our prediction. In bone, bone black" dissolved-I. ,j(I the beef trust case., ous friends I hereby announce of numer-myself ie&islajbure from this county. If elect1* .
ed I and coa-,
Insurance to
muck beds is almost as fa- the v.hoUscope of coo try fn.ni the Peruvian guano. j-uplphate of otash. 1' In l96democrats_ pointed in a mild as a candidate for county commission scientiously promise represent earnestly the best inttf-fc.

.1 mOU as that of Hercules In cleaning extreme western portion to the ('\- kainit and intrate of ,potash.. I j way to the fact that the courts decis- er for the second commissioners, district ests of my constituents and on f _
II j
ot the .
*ret.\u tS1n stall1 honor to hini tr e.ulhE'rl, portion t'le'-e is O't ill-' It has been nineteen yean
for his work: He did not tr to b* land city, and under the p-ripy of the I north fork of the Gqnnison in Colorado \![harmony' with he uniform decisions My record of ensuing fifty years primary residence.election.as ion county .democracy at the conua. t|;
umlreh the characters of dead tren usnnoS'f.It.ii.j I Florida railroad omIT f siflni out" Fince there was a failure of an apple i!for nearly .one hundred years, and expressed a citizen of Marion county Is the plat- primary. C. L. BITTISGEUFor 1.,

in his book. ,lined b} )Ir. Burr there never .an be. crop. In the last eighteen years in the t the hope by implication, that' which form'upon my fellow which citizens i stand ,and by :'.i",

PrI4lent' -Rito>*ewll IiJ sitting fur a As to ilr. Burr's persjnil' allusion-} same country there has been onltn i the 'Ourt a' .thereinafteir constituted by their ballots to pass aI'e upon requested my- ; County Commissioner 5th Dis"1f> -
to the editor of this 'lrl'I' tn jy ire ;mipht reverse the decision. candida.e .
failure in the |each cro\,. I.imlin' > nut Mr. : trict:
lo rtrttt \ hll'tI i to have
'one of the buildings of a p'ace in wholly erroneous* an
the University one occupying a high-.otficitlf,.titi'n. cated in That arraignment of Judge Humphrey's lei i this county for the flattering vote Pen !;
part the Representative
flf Berlin.. country are -
\\ill1le office
hung between the oJII.
the me -two for
The ditor of this pio! Ins never sold for from, 1O.iO .ciston. "A miscarriage of -justice." he To the Democratic years ago
to $1. OQ Vuteij of 5th dip.i'
tHMtraits of I\r./ \'idlola-g Butler Murray I't"r'I'e ,Marion i county commissioner for the
-I seen an article either :n the Time called it. find he County: -- '
? : added "such
presldrttt of C'olumb and ready purchasers are .to be fmiml. interpretation i trict, and being assured that my.COI ..
: Unjversi- Union or the St. AuffustSn P'(,'.mt ad- The outlook for the j of the law comes measurablysnear The many kind expressions coming duct in office has.given satistaction, !|r|
ty. New York and Dr:J4Thn \"_ nurg present year is to me both through the reQttep !
Ticatintj the abolishment of tli" ,);- the best in the history of )JItl coun making the law a farce." i I personal interviews press and obedience to a very general Ji j ,
dean fit the *>arne Institution who endorsing my announce my candidaiv f r re-eleC"A
ida. railway and neither Yet of the record in
ha.i commission m. ty. some very republican ( the legislature *>t 1305 and tlon. .
; hc*n' selrt-ted as the first Ami>rt- in his .Twspaper .nor in iw.< m.he .a ":itors, who in lSJi dominoed as "an-j j i with assurances that my services in CIIAS. \V T J.lRNE
oan 'rof* } to : the past
t r
go to the University: ursrod that the main .buJiOon tle Even the Blind May-See. 'art'hists"ilemirats whY! had .inrjulgei'In were acceptable to a large ,-
of @rl1n.11 of This is the majority the voters of Marion
remit of 'an. coun- For CommissionerTo .
J.I'iii1\J."m. of t'te l i'1ffot' Ufr1legis1ire
the very mild reference to the in- f ty. I again .
come : !
the : befortl n"
sugstjotjon of-tJ: Emjwmr .f t.r. people of the Democratic V.-v: "
I Ii
from thi "mvltf be lIJlhlefUu' Tile proposition to the '
ttntit fiv of CWTMStrtik ilecisVon ar> nownthu=u county as a candidate for the
r leg-
.. many ti Ime m interchjine i l la County:-
of ture.
pro-- sbisnment ufth. Ur..Jati t'at.ih't. ;duty all material neeessary for the re i tlcalIyennime ding the president of i If Being. rc-tjueetol by iii.iai triends k
for elected
resK1ent at prominent .u.nh- '- building San the United II I shall In the future as in hereby announce myself as ca dl lAt.
; : j Francisco 4s in the line States. whit was eleetedns I the past ,devote
filtes of 01)best
the eourttries I eifoi distritl
ts to
TEPt1Ve for
( : as3Ji .>- in tloa; xih 'h.lttr.. [of precedent and outfit nut to meet 'a republican, for the plain 'language.he I I and thv' interest and wtiifare adVance No. county commissioner fur prilOarY
x.refe3ton of thu. cordial of 1, subject to denwrafic
r.e.ilj'\J\'i i the '
I Burr eall the "Flagleliv! *. >iIL" with opjKfcsition. A : used when people. -
similar In s-e5al
a of
propo- to May 15th .
existing between tlwm nessa.ee: : 19,&
and'for th Mans .
'r-- i jit teem.us puerile us-wl in this .1 sitiun was passed after the fire In.'(( {''s. he condemned JiHl/5re/ 'lluniI. next lljJ ll.lIH; eventsiU face the li O. ('ORDREi,
motion legislature
-higher edue .
-- ttion._ |jcont ntitl1: \Ye say ,simply! th.u we ,Chk-d.g< Boston and, Baltimore. BuU'i'hrey'tlecIsi'n.. I ny jiosr eXJ' nenn. 'Flon ffuul la. an.d.itI J H -

(said not a \\ird about this bill until i j singular it j jmai1t ifled 10 oltLerjual.- I[County Commissioner '
as = Immaterially : -
w Th\ Live Oak Democrat a<:Jed "wisely : may e eem the "t"I1o.n s Rt''al1iltho terrible accusations aid in s<*>dlegis-
: ::J after it had become- a law, and then who were naturallyexpected : against them lation whkh shaH- t. ,r.iv. ,"....L. ..,,".. 1! '. I riil1di SC1I
and justly When It published a notice to support In ISf6 by'the very eration. ", "" ""U hereby announce. my

-. to candidate that after thef ,'defended the. members, of the legislature -! it are arrayed against it
-. .ue ot the Wekly DtMiMKT.it of last 1 who voted: fir it. because the Jaw j persons ofthe.. California rneiiibers.Th .'. Hen 4I." a democrat must viarorouslyr f I I ED. L.' WARTMANX sioner's district No. 3, Marion e un '

Friday no met with our highest commendation explanation of this i.: tlrat pinch him,.elf. to be _, 1
ctwnmunicatkms would be they assured that he is f For State Senator Florida subject to the democrat
and had the bill had for Its festr to : .
vote for
I purpose a not
published dreaming.
for or against intvisur- even though Commoner. To
any candU ; the Voters
: data for county -itie. (>n the ground I tW relief (bf John Jones ftr Bill Smith. I i beneficial to their people, which will tI District of the Twentieth SenatOrial primary of May 15th. next

that there A\oul4 be no time t<) anfter our comment would have been identically L.I clearly exemplify the advantages A New Use for the ,Camphor Tree. I Having been announced a candidate 'f. V Itespeetftilly.V :
the ame.W of free for the twentieth S. K.tftate I'fUs. .
trade ,
# senatorial
Chem before the over the district
primary there of the !'
I to be .
\ believed then and beHeve' Dmgley.. A Lake Helen lady ha voted for at the primary ..
I now > di.vfovere May .
being but one jnore issue of the paper r They fear and doubtless, 1906, I .take pleasure ]{. .
I before that time. The: man who -waits .t that ItS a,s* od, law and da not hesitate with reason iiiat if their people see .' that if the leave of camphor, trees elected" it will be my in highest saying that if Atorney Nell JI Allred.in "

tOt the' 1at 1 Issue before The election r to say HO.', I this: practical exemplification of the i are )jut in herd -nests there will beao respect the' district in such a .rpannl aim to! his place at the. court hou Tnetf.ID

''tt.hls county to I ,extent to which they ; vermin abiding therein and If coojw that I will deserve nothing but words. day morning for the first time -
papers mak<, charges Most of the we fletcr for [of
-*' ctathitt' candidate colleges have abandoned the benefit of the >or little chicks ar set under camphor of commeoration. I recognize the jus-i nearly eight an<.nths and prd.t.'tkaJb..
found '
his protected commendation.
deplcgomeblocked the eld custom of trusts H i I
occupying so much trees the insects recognize the Justice the ** pr-
Able will revolutionize that torture of the first time In over a >'t l.1"
eo far as ihe'Dem- time of the students In the state and rele-i j chickens little resolution adopted by the A1J
preparing for in Florida committees of vious Mr-
rat'u concerned there StLC them to private Ks Thft will not molest both counties that in to going to Arizona
any crtiTiniencenitfUt same j the '
argument -
*>ucn. This rule' MOUld'M exercise/, and it it; an will doubtless' jthemu Tb41jeM Jiavft tried the: pouljtry Marion appointment tobe made jn 1907 ,spent epveralmonths in North l :
YptE'd by example that the inauehtVLOthersj county 'alone '
all the I high and rural gra of the business haan : shall constitute a i lina I1 is beirwr a very \
1 given
nwpa-perii,-Times-Union. tl tiEMI oh.,.. Mid party to ninillaractbIj easy remedy at senatroial district, 'and will .
do VL* I
wejl to fol!. I ban for best my welcome tri
ny 'ilJt' Courier-Journal. many of its perplexities if effort to ,accomplish that home and tls court

1 1I ![they wilf plant camphor 'trees. f Very respectfully result, werede4ghted to si-e him at 11 !, .

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Banner ..about freights being shippe.: :

DEBATE. nnd a, single one who said' they had J luesti-m .of repealing the* law >yhichcreated = some length from Jacksonville pirough Ocala to St i COHDITION

; HARRIS-BURR j derived any benefits'from. "'the present the oommis ion; commls"l Petersburg for less.than the same article rLGJIMAl @
Ocala Banner has is
The editor of the to Ocala pruperthe
\ sion. showing : is
Accepted and DisTkM (:(nu si
l'. S. I Igonefar as to a a'dvise candidates of the
Burr Ch Court One of the merchants In Ocala tldtne' from 't1lf. haul to- Oeala being part ;
the .
.iI Place in Crowd that he had sold a car of beer tu'. or the legislature and the senate to from licenses through haul to SC Petersburg I will D

a Lars nake thai the main plank in their rate-making Tn tlQlIOC\W
.fItlls.-a"itt discov- method. of I
i party in St. Petersburg companies say that i-this CURE
in Attendance. this beer ship'ped ilatform. The Florida TimesCnitl.the been established by the FlorIda E
red that he could have \00 from the has, not SAtfSICKW
Ocsvla Banner and the= St. Augus- of the t
Jacksonville through Ocala railroad''commission. RUIIANYVLARI
ol from as not CUtll
iwnbt'r !
. Hudson Hurt Reconl. seem to be united on this PIIMIiI Bum
tine commission
$ ln: n. t:G Si. Petersburg at a largely less rates made by the TGbtt1Qecsrscoro,II hiMARliEr

Itltl11A'II! (')jdfl. wa4 fljat Ocala direct. and; other .iuestkras, and the' cause of to ditbr based mileage whether to Ocala, fOR CIStASt nl "0CI Of ALL.fhes
from the upon
arW.1 than ,
'*re for the In- he railroujs is. advocated by to Tampa. to St. Petersburg -
l t..u). lit c-ntt That .a party trom Vlncennes. edi- {f his paper that to Jacksonville I TZLGnMANSISN0TAFOOD eut.eRavstci to
"'pu. Their articles or in the CUlt GIVE It A TIiIAL AIIO SAY
criticisms near > r> other points
th large property "and
*rtng > llaha bought a k rchants or any .
of ana sneih. tri .be syrMicateaV and "It 2S UNTSaAlUGf
t in Lh Ocata BanMialwl )ca.1a. and beganthe growing ofcatermelQns. orials he has yet !tate and apply In any direction but '

:that bad lJn'n nude Florida Uailway Com- They said they were en- hey ai>taf from' 'ti ne. to L time,r_.in Harrishas var- \to says. thai I'the railroads are I'ermitted, under thi ACKERMAH&SlIWART.er

*h of the :5talt". our
r.r challenged Mr. Har- tirt-ly pleased with thet ple complimented ious. purt reduced. I tIll. 1 law, to meet eompetiyon

1 pd.. lie bad ni1jp4I us on our climate and that oui been reared in Marion countand 4 search \\tis water or otherwise, and it has beet
t"f't biz" on the has' reaeheJ the stage of life that in thtL'nited The Pestiferous Housefly.The .
.ii- to t )'. Harris.f nollflt soil was largely mlrQ' productive than fiver that have been held tn numerous decisions

J l* .rrl.1 they had anticipated apd after threeor brings him close to the that the rail States courts that it was not -
do so. '
hi* wlllimrnew to marks the unknown shore and it i? but that it. wa common housefly Is a bad cus. '
trhU thy were oblige.1ti state Huts se- unjust discrimination, ,
in the court four year> i
took place that he could not )mer. Science .ani bv: hay
debate "\ opinion thai erioiogv
fbf Mr. pull stakes and, quit on account my rates; and perfectly legitimate and proper
8 o'clock up
nltfht in this county ( settled that .ta
.' o1p Monday c.tminUt'H-i ot the excessive freight rates. run for the legislature people of the they should meet rates made at competitive .1 beyond doubt. Dofore

o raM IU. executive; ; a platform that advocated the he was convicted of all his crime* .
-Jv1ta presided and This. is also: the story of. the E3.stcr- upon year to many points.
tb" precenct, f'th railroad commission and he was generally treated In
I Harris a jocowanner
repeal Mr.
fur citizens,
familiar rail fellow
he did lings and a number of others a So that
wrc4sctd the apeakerwhich be elected. the railroads: from by (the coralc paper o.'d the
dissemination to prevent
to our people.That.Mr.
I1111118 and P1510 manner "he It.could be well asked of Mr. Fran rates in this manner dailie ., He figured on the bald gentle-
after contrary is
to Harris, who George Close a a constructing
introduced Mr. Harris. of the Ocala Banner if in his mt.n's head and 'tn the blueberry .
t ant < facts, and 'ought to set to work to '
subatnntb'.lv ayMr role struggle !or twenty yeart"a. reorgan.t
without note *trtneous efforts to create in running the tramp and the mother-in-
j aU finally knocked out of business last very d a department '. ize the United States supreme -
: 'the mind of the people of .this state a the stamp of approval law a -.ery chAse third in statistical
faIOYI complaint. and those have placed
Addrtss.fallow year. making the same the for they I
Harris' sentiment lij favor of abolishing and unless 'appearance. '
Marion Is th this system '
I Cituenis-<)n the Florida com-mussion, and that too, just i It changed, I arusure But now we have ceased to look at
Geneva Banner county of this s.tate. It has a long list oj Mr. Harris can have
f beautiful lake tin time when the congress of the going dlptera domestica as a joke. He ia
at there had been not know what we are
the fatal acciti the richest land and always capturesthe I do
Just before is on the verge qf passing undoubtedly vicious
itrIa.A& United States a disseminater of
Shelly. Lord first prize 'at the state fairs. Yet, 'it: 4 cents on .to do about it.
t befell the poet law that will materially enhance about disease. lie carries his fc
on body
4et ? I had a all points is so worked up ry
nearly what Is the value of its .Iaads Mr. Harris
ytJtt-t the Shelly its usefulnesfirst 1* he in advocating to the railroads germs of various fevers; he spreads
and 3 to pay
JrrOD dis- acres'of hammock land on a miles what
be fifty
Tfc *ln* happened to a the repeal of the commission 100 seems to me 'he would cholera by his ceaseless activity on,the
the cent that-it
itself over beautiful elevation near city 1 per ,
gkJm had settled law acting in .good faith toward the cultivate public wing; he pollutes milk with bacteria
lODe. vegetables the 2 cents to
such a'' splendidly adapted .for hay; have been helping
wbolt rthIt was Just 'of people of this state, or is he for reasons canned which has been, growing up whenever he can get at it. In crowded
tIaf of ghost'sfboaU" clearing and fencing of ten acres on sentiment
&I to make one think best known to himself acting country in favor cities be is a menace to the safety .
-t much other things of this
of which had cost MOO yet after in other parts
.. became the subject in good faith to the Florid 'East Coast amend the of mankind.It .
It in the hands demanding that congress
pQ one agreed to l4.h'ertlslngand placing i of
and each ? that the has been {hat the high
railroad proven
coo,8 \ flour so
of commerce
the estate agents It.he fifty acre-! barrels to regulate
be read at ot real aft
. write Kt>o t try to Mr. Harris undertakes lo belittle counteach commerce'commission wouldhave mortality of children In the summer
$875. .
from that finally suceeded in bringing interstate

ghtfiy totuse a fortnight Harris then read from the reviews my efforts is a commissioner. by intimating how much the power to relieve the people of months in congested districts, where
&it'tor4 Bynm being recognized as before that 1 made promises to thepeople benefited the ofwhich he has been :food fs often kept in living ..rnum, js
first. o'f evidence submlted the burdens '
his story
itt. *>r writer read 1902-1903, four years ago which' 1 have that one arti- caused ,to a certain extent by the fly.
of complaining.Mr.
raode&tMr committees congress
gtttltf read hit nest and tthe Jetrer.WI' wfliich showed. that Ocala is not alone not' carried out. speaking .of three Marion county ( Burr then devoted a large part If he could be wiped otY the face of

irilyreaA hen* last. Like cent rates, he and others the earth the human rave would be '
: passenger people. telling of the' powers
Ithl't In.teiior 23.000 to
IfldeltflIeflCe. it n in' her complaints but every East of his speech!
It Florida
dtiaratkfl ( have stated that the railroad'commission vastly better off.
Atlantic oceanto five interestate
city from the of the
AirLine ,
fat.urt.aJI4 d iheothorsthatRyronand and from the eoast railway and the Seaboard family of five and how the president and congressare Warm weather is coming no and
and the Pacific "ocean
their into fragments raihar"oluntaril) put operation enlargeits of the householder is to
tore tt\o and the first duty
w111 strengthen
it $ Gulf .Mexico, are probably to
hers.U Great Lakes to the ( trying
i.W4 tht >lrH, SbeOy publish forced to a three cent passenger fare flour each year. and believed that theywould attend to his screens. If care of this
discriminated against, are powers
iI b a thrilling ami fascinating tribute to the seaports and a.feelIng and that I: deserved no credit' for their 12.500: barrels be successful in doing so and sort could only be exercised in the alley -

hero Is made tot discover laY done so; that if I had that would how much less disease
baring districts
ryTha each 'thepeople
\- year. done
t f of of insecurity is everywhere prevelant when this was
ttC't'Dt"r"Jtlon and germ this was a matter that could have flour per substantial relief. would ravage them. A campaign of education -
k except In the :fortunate seaport un receive even more
H I* a VhilosopherI done by legislative enactment. extemporaneous that direction would bear
llf, been .Marion county ended .his' .speech with some in .
__ visited both cities. could He
r' well Vn a ix-it-nlLst un.i also shows that not Granting .that the legislature 4 cents per bar remarks and took occaskm good fruit, and ought to be undertaken.Tampa -

l cnii#phfre and Marched all records This report establishment of the enact such a law I have this to say, counting the 'to throw the editor. of this paper Tribune. -

f. his Vffi to- had this subtle and withstanding that in the .season of (the legislatureof barrel .it for the position --
(a commission and the Interstate per beautiful bouquet
fe. late railway introduced such a bill and a very The board of county commissioners,
I the
: and
: m1tt'rlOUl 11l't't.r commisison and 1901. has saved he occupies as a writer
rewarded. lie finally commerce it passed throughthe board and the circuit court
getting fellow the school
IIU bbum Mere succeeded in, 50O an- is held by.his
anJ' legislation wade tn $ per respect in which he
frequent ,
he controlled
. BMil' 'h1 t>rift"t'S'dl1.wery house, but- the senate. reduction in of the state press. Mr were all in session Monday. The threetogether
their pvefs
and to strengthen and enlarge endorsement number of Visitors
gave the
:::. dt'att'd U "aoniethlns" increased :on nearly every by men that received in this state i Burr ended his speech by saying that caused quite a V

ft tlfiU tlrvel<)|iHl into a distortedIhlnf freight haye of Editor Harris refused, by an over the expenses of' question to ask to be in the city from various ,
j of traffic. if anybody any
and tW cimtor 1rr'A.-a.m6" frisrht article vote, to pass the bill in that to reply sections of the county.FRECKLES .
whejir.ing ssi and this to attempt .
t': hU civutlon.v Mr. Harris said that his criticism ; n. he 'Would be pleased
env4 ** th* m-ature Floridavjas body. bagatelle com and a great many ques-
p commission to ,
Mrs of the railway .
I Wi1lt, 'iNl nm\ fanciful a he Nor will the legislature I ever pass in rat"? propounded and a colloquy,
and that
impersonal tions were
it r ear* somto ( entirely such men as Editor AND PIMPLES
i. tl' me 'bill whIle 11
,1nI'Y such' a commission. until after
$ of the which lasted
out one ensued.
with the had not'singled any constitute
.thl1) my connection for' personal abuse nor at- Frank Harris advocatess friends of the o'clock.v.hen. the meeting finally ad- REMOVED In Ten Days.
commission. members of that body. Thus it is
KV rH* railroad habit todegenerate a majority like Mr. Harris .
t, that I will be re- tack.. That it was not his Frank Harris .15 not journed.. )
bellev6 Mr. NadinolaThe
that containedabout
I do not shown the people speech
i Burr's
public ece ve
of grave : I NOTE.-Ir.
; audience questions regardingthe -
; writing
"4rotbU( by this I in what he is the'
pr&d act-re \ that five typewritten pages
invective.He twent -
t titI nay that 1 Jielped to create the concern into personal commission.Ifc 'MUlux- ) for us Complexion

-I, iMfl'mISI.fl. Iut hoped the audicence would't'1 the legislature could is a and of course, it is impossible Beautifier i s endorsed .
railroad that but
. rfca says secured as
FV> entire in our paper
it Mr. an attentive to print it by thousand '
"rYankenstine. Burr had the op'ortunity
Mrt $Shelly enact siu-a a laThe such main fea -1
Uk the
# blame
and debate would be productive of you we have given faithfully -J ladies,and
dNtort thing that this 1901, yet the senate refused of grateful
ha grown Into a I in and other j '
j Ocala, '
al measure of relief to that tures. to remove
universal' alarm tit giving sop1e to pass the law, but when guaranteed
to Klrinir from wantipg "V
1 l'
I Marion county and other interior law which "was introduced wben't Christian '1 all facial discolorations
shin It'ii4ir concerns.Iw infamfu* divorce ? Can you To the Trustees of Ocala V -'

distortion' it Is imimssl.liJ l"J.litIes.11' .. In behalf of Henry M. Flag- frantic in their Church. .(* and restore thr
stlr tope : .' Burr was then introduced bythe in that body: .- -- V beauty of youth.Tb
interior vote
fur the ler ca'e to a for reelectiofl
E liv'rtmt and read a typewrittenspeech railroad days. 50c. and $1.00 .
and'en' man chairman three cent in twenty
1th oar tIIo11l.lIrtll had refused to pass a who GenUemen- wont cases '
the commission L. & M.
forced of which the following are want to denote some drug ttarcs or by malL
: In tinInterior I* to pay .bill they passed it by reductions in We whenever' they at all leading >
features: paint to the crurch TOILET CO.. Paris. Ieu.sEDr.
: iributp to them Gradually aft the most salient like two-thirds! vote. paint.The. PrcpIM b? NATIONAL

, the section olEseambla W MWMMr. Editor Harris Methodist church In
wnhnuvd In this same largest
UrU) Burr's Speech. And shoin part
cL ._,.,__ rom bay or more in yv U1V 11 j-i r 4 z t T\ : Georgia expected to use 100 gallons ol
-- .
.- _iiriiii agi Iwlwn" nearly a year the commis- only
tuuIr; Fellow Citizens;-Four years defending by usual kind of paint, they
ahan- and in the
' h' (.11\41 Sable JIIo ing was a candidate far mniinaLion' the beneficiary of this the different arti- used 32 gallons L. &.M, mixed with 21
. for it.
; cton and will W Almost entSrclTkfcen > railroad commissioner, I had the men who voted mentioned be- gallons linseed oil. L

tI the lomb. r. turpentine and as ot visiting this' Wl'tion Fellow. citizens, I\ claim the almost daily use. It costs less to paint a house other with paint.
the pleasure conceited than with any
1nt rti3 aiv exhausted without fear of seeming carried & M. piant fresh
l' 1JpbattI of the state in order .to meet the of might be because painter mixes linseed oil

\\'bt'n the old commlslson wasPoIWI..nd to acquaint myself with ,the adoption and operation of the hundreds from the barrel at 60 cents a gallon
people .and tb $t.50
I advwnted its re-es- of Florida I three-ctrr.t. passenger fares on move in.all, the with L. '& M., and doesn't pay
I uJiti ns. in This part done il
the the c whether th for Ldnseed Oil as
011 state
witnesses in this gallon
i tabllahmt' I put myself a candidateIn trunk lines per used. Also because
: : In announcing 4 paint is
beer issued by __ ready-for-use 1
?! stand to prov<> the value it bad 1902. I .saw fit to inaugurate a policy !'rate has been voluntarily order the rauroa.uum uS! Itnvt*- the L. M. Zinc hardens the I* Hike'lore yield of quantity and.

4 ,. IIUI ..-'ple of norldo.'ftrnnr \ has never been attempted b :roods or whether upon .the men out of the & M.. White Lead and. makes the quality When your father plaDtldlierry'
which .\ the beet on \M
can commission. iron.L. .they
had made a railroad like
Florida this wear
Jennings for office within my recollection the industry in paint only $1.20 per market: bat they b.v*been imfwov1ns .

In Hernando o> inty for' member my candidate I thisbecause, 'as you know, which & M. paint costs ever sine*. We are experts ia
I 'III in. this state. I .issued a say main by the rate; gallon. flower and vegetable eee&

f tit the lerUIature (Ian anti-railway the people of Florida 1903 I "mads this one of the or 'approved. Sold by Mclver & MacKay Ocala, 1' eem&.eButtwed & mli

tfonn and I was told platform to the people of this state \ this ,tree to m appllwwta.D.
{. tranbsIon i4 expressed ideas and the policy FUt; near correct ." 1 CO. Detroit. IIlc'- -

tl1tboIdIga crisp ten-'d-Mlar note in which I stood my and would work it and shortly after the election : from various --- M. FERRY .
for which much pressure -
he said that henu:4 Day resigned his : It ttppt-ars t-vident thai
biJ hApely' lingers I had believed foi Coramii'isoner range from 25efruits '
; for df elected. the exerted if theilCCalt -
and to be
dollar bill for every the commission will have
fir a ton candidate asking tion >n >l crate .on
that a of
of good it could be many years appointed' me to serve .out bill providing fur publicity
t. DIckIe' worth his fellow citizens ernor the base point
of at
tfte suffrage oath of icoiaee a law 5JtaftiotgtL.:
- had Itook the
that the Old commission unexpirod term. it will 'am1'8.ign'expencs
1bo Tj slate frankly whaland ., beyond and -
"it to them members claimto -.J- -- -
owed It
1902. \ All the
n.nr.L of Florida the first If October, this session.
.\, d.sn. f.>r ibm. U. stood fni* ir <"vrvjiT..v. fice are from twice
UI"I !
: he believed in at that of -the bill but there sa L.P.BXALOLI.
railroads favor
H, maa cWttnl the legislature the question known by the great to the base be in R.'DFCL.lIa. V
'; that they night weigh enthusiasm, much BUVIXTCK.Dentisto. I
house as then ( lack vi
oC tne commission
speaker that section
tad wa It the tamp of approval in this FtJLLRJL"
and place upon a report.
this ,
of repremtUUrc and leaving the either elect- ted wasin sympathywith less energy iri .nioliin? .
disapproval,by of the
t or members
'f thalr when the bill came up for re-e- the candidate arid the which I ht.d'enunciated., and hundredsof thou The republican socalled i Over Mnro0 (t Chambtiss Bank OraU.VIii.It .
tug or rejecting people, beginning 'to pick
toblUbawnt of the Commission. tc{.x had been approved by fruits and vegeta -nmmUt fire

hew policy which he represented. would be issued very liav;< in tile mcsa.->or an.) are .. -
the that orders but
the iV anJ repeated far points:
tr that year SH coast A 'V
the .
primary su'ostitutfs.
to framing
'l' reply- of the trunk Diking of
4* In Hrfnando county. concerned the people ly to all put growers out W.
as my case was cents election is .approaching.
stand fares to three per ,.mgrsinit "
I put on their & -
the of
fur Co same terms my section. of cw 8IOIL.._
unmistakeable end in Gary. -
spoke in Coast b(: )!<- the toracc
bf East >
creditable witnesses in the person and.the result and the Florida m this section to If the bill 'j", ,KJJ4
and my platform will be in opera- UOALA. '
course having law
the ,
<-f a in politics and and the session
tbto Hon. P. r. BUhop. owner overwhelming being broken. -'
know have
was any
:. Hon.ViUiam A.Ihirkr as you whom they desired to elect to office tion next November. This may L D\VIN aPKKOKR.ATTORSEYATLAW.
brJe more at .CUm. majority in the firstprimary..Thi growing vege-. with tho iicciiin oleo l _

I of r"'e%bur'. owner of a J.T'wt. I txiilTuvf, as a tribut* to myself the next election made what notwithstanding th". rme-thjnl' to do .

W lake Harris. Attorney Oeneral evidence that the peo. caled a Christmas gift to the I says that thf I the !mitte. 7-S-v* ': FLOgIDA.Th.Tl.
but as an
their road
t. t"'H"\'f'I' and otters to nrove tile! valtiU approved the policvh'ch > alongthe line of them out of busi .
Florida Conference.
pie ot would shortly be : Methodists in
:_ th4 .cotnnii&slon hit been anl the enunciated; and believng that, the notice 1 recall, who was .Southern ;r
had -
. .
sho\y' cause
( of U had save-.l io. th in < ed upon them and nearly al 'V
t &m\un money have been steadfast mjpurpose t'burrfi. DENTIST, V
this 1 should not be .reduce. ] Methodist Episcoi-ul V
i IJLII'I.-rl. The amount ogpri'tratednmny into effect as rapidly their fares ( in this s ee. I The at Birmingham. -! OCALA m'LCALOSL&

I relufl to carry thought by putting this "Dug south.is now in cont'erem-e __ __-. -----ti'
of dollars. which 1 they and !
_ thou r the principles upon { r et, Protestant 1 T- .
themdollars to nickles and 13 possible down in anticipation of that that ( to Dad county with i Ala. Sunday every ; .>J
suburbs .
was elected. strength to their fi In the city and -,
dollar add
f mu*>|;l5rtl thr nkkl\ by "ten This I have dunswithout ,taking a would and a (me-lmore visiting Jnjnlst n. ATTORNEYAT-LAW -' V
filU-d the '
I by
vast sum tnr( '. fortuntAn i was '
l.bt a exactustlce '
III1JL' 'A'hk-b :Hlwunt backwards; doing \ in lCo'lIn Ml'Q-..Ie Riuldinetllrii
f single step \ crowded. *
citizens the eople church was V
" and an wanted to. be a philan-, interest as I have been My fellow growing vegetable- and every day warthe
to to every the line of that railroad of the features of the 'V
fF'1)It 1 rallnl ujH n Mr. Jennings to see it from the lights before along, Harris says we art \ One' afternoon" at the B. ilNCLAIK '
ihle the
.1 Hand n* over this amount in hard. the rights of the \\thy the passenger fares were of business in this I. \Jrein church by .
recognizing -
to we; Seaboard Air lane railway, I MethfMlist Episcopal TYPflWIlITER.
f donateit The First &v
-4'.b ant I would in turn companies as well as those o .an.. on
t" fivf&t' MifTervrK ut Florida. Rut ,I 'railway have differed 'vIthow. mediately followed with a- similar ..;' .f men 1f"3\'in M. Jlatsumoto of Kobe and Notary Public.Special .
Many' with {Cpt'
". 1i4Ml a* we all knew Mr. Jennings &IkI1.&t the people.will always differ with luction in elf dE't"I1i'EThe goins; to the tat conditions in .that country rni d tinirvreference anr attention to out of Town Work

perhaps to and to the "" J
could about open !
< hathl.* ium of money he said of any man. season wis making large vnones da island l..l Bank. Ocala, THa.
; :
_1. "f< mak* l.e..1 his iinunlse In his own D1t". .and thjs line of trw SeaboardAir Line shipping "(J tahlt'K.)) i!school 1 work being ? tone in the I Commnerc _
; policy-
or United
c:..__._ an__ he knew when h.ma lt' nea ure tnt <:is I'. and ,,.'I.;? down to the West cirast of"KlorMa.. I vivid tmaslnatlor I by t --"n ,
} of one
been so if I head
| It >a! that is at the
must have been the fn- ,they knew I..rfl't."thwell the wrong trail: hU Matsumoto: ,
U ll- h4 continue to be in, schools in
doubt I IthrE' Methodist Mail"
who UO East Coast was III l-ati.n detriment
Florida the
of t&rs. led him to of .
** *'Uni{ ji> the agent It is a human }iUINiit.llItvfor has Education by
'tul'e. for and !
: fare
1 I i
astonish- -{''nt passenger of Florida \ Kobe. t
f' : were ab1<-, hut imagine my one. ln K,

n..ut', tnstea.r *.f my efforts being ree'Ize4 But any fellow man to citizens.nlwiseevery,I .have to thank four-cent it would divert of from the I I \ let'hitn ek else-! Aniirng the speakers 'vtleIIihoii E. I:; loss Ho leaving'M torn.&1.p&r.tinEtU4tytngMbOJflI.B& employment to gel 11.atioJ& .. V

I a* a phllontn'phist. the arread ', conscience is cWr upon ,. territory a large majority I if he rlt'tinto 1* II[. Henllrix.ChbiShol' 11. C: Araiuwtic, Mcebn. Geometir.
Bishop 1liatOr1.LaWa.etC.
the God fliat my '. S..Key. an< Kbetorfc Sciences V
Jennings to it travel.I Bishop J, Grammar aided
faithfully -
tl. ,-al' by ilr. that I have served .rmcUrTMcktkrIUU. TMcben
question t Tk
this that at the
.th'I'aker. well remember t. right Morrison. 10JIL O1e.AJ4resl
'Pt:1 aturt". ,,fhleh =htwas' and fo'the very. best of my: bil., eTll1t' dedicated then to pa & 1.1I.IID.1'alatka.F1ae&
made this reduction C. P- G3:1h'\\l : j
for my East Coast Har Bishop
censured state wlvi
and had me .)f this great at Norl*
people church :
ty the complained to" Vernon
in officer Mount
iidcein criticising "ont divssed served a time about
having at no Coast, and raised ---
East -
I UttlJ brief authority"Th before me the the action of the section went to the Birjningliam. ,and ---
having ever the
railway commission wa ..reesat master, but of all the people; and if it is it compelled them to nutke a Dade.county on the during the .merf.rriff for. THE OCAlfl .HOUSEIC fE.

interests thtvatene: me '
of the : \ duction.. Andhe land fur fund.1Mr.
ta.bUt1hfd the next sessibn will of the the holding up -
-1-1.."1aLurp. now nearly nine years arc"althuusrti again serve them on tht this proposition, e s. IflTYl not famjliai: sent" to thi Hili.
amndrt.d 1 shouM and saying. "When you& t I''arne Ocala. House
as book succemA they the
an4 reading asmany commission. I pledge tin what. rarest tlftwent we have ei veiseen. The diaing room of .
railroad of .e the summer
to ihre-cent passenger one through
failed in getting a
exchanges. 1. have the trust which was i the SterlitzAugustaand vill be kept open Cafe.
to called House
fidelity Ocala
of the same the lines in thisstate you It'.1ys' It As known as the
in any on all llr.: Harris its be. and "*-
H.I a single articl in my hands four year I hat wnsits in be a la carte but a :
in part peculiarity will
placed for its cafe
'sI'ft1rs commending the labors o: ,make it impossible anyone: a shipper in This exactly like the Bird oi The rate will be mad to regular
except thai ago. salt one of these, J25 mileage books. excess charges ing almost enougtto the week. The usual and
the commission couWerzhIfby 6 tanist boarders by
present There has been three-cent rarodhw. Wf are not > excellence of the O<*aH

1 'hleh tlM bt"en"Ttttt' by *inberi in this fUte, .abou fellow citizens, It, I have this tt it is an orchid-or not well known will be mainta.TxeU.and .
few papers whether room
r1f the commission themselves., a of the railroad com- fares are being operated on I I of the o>nKui:- say indicate?* that it ought House the dining public Is assured of the 1 ."*. --

efforts-U the"uselessness trunk lines in 'this sta '. except 1. -Close ha I but the shape For weekly
I have been active in. my and that it was a. burden where Mr. with the "Holy GhOst there is fpr thetable. call on
mjsisonlaw\ of the be calssftd, -articulars.
commis-i certain divisions about over- to I further '
this and -
find th sen-ice that "tlie taxpayers which we have seer rates :
upon both of Whitelidf'.Ianager
and expanse railroad 1 have t.
Nashville and \ Flower. write C. )
1 and pro what : Herald.. or
<. \n' ha. been to the shippers state costing'many times fruits. BraWentown
trf the being J' rM1Utly- ,
int..rtt of anyone t" '
beard yet lathe
..ft1utm and In these effort have in benefits' to the people; th.- points Braised. t
returned .
It I mlIgebOOk'
# phosphate turpentine have advocated the j thousand,-mllle ,
ThVdnerchants -
fad tc ind some papers .
and have
and lumbermen

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MEETING.- G. T. Maug t County r:- ,-ocracy: THE LAUES APPEAL TO THE An Appeal to You. TIM Rummaei

|Mrs. H. B. ,I have fllled the posl- CITY COUNCIL. ----- ..

Tb City Improvement :Society met Clarlcsoa for state and Would you like to eee Ocala a beautiful Thinks.

; UU morning at 10 o'clock at Yonge's my occupancy of the of The executive board of the City Improvement -- .

kail tor the purpose of electing a president Will P. I to a large majority of, society town? Then lend a helping hand. The ladles of Greeny '-
respectfully calls
I Mrs. W. T. of the county. I an Xow is the time. The association
Mrs. T. T. Munroe i women of Ocala desire
faring de- *
Capt. : "a candidate for re the attention. the city council and thank ":
diDOeS to accept the have organized what Is contributed or In IJf Ii
to the action of the citizena of Ocala to the following called The toy 'Way
Mrs. C. ,I. BJttinger., who is one oftb In the primaries of: : ordinances City Improvement Society" and need I !"Baking the rummage aate 1-.

most efficient parlimentarians la Cheap From now until you to help them Improve our town They especially desire J : v
comes off wUl be Section 1. That the running at large : to :
the city, presided. in the office. my 'of horses and make each citizen, man, woman E. C. Smith who very kla (
From May so much 'mules, cows, sheep. goats I
In1n. of the tact of the stupendous be impossible tor me and hogs ,within the and child proud of the place. How the use of a horse M.I !::J o
incorporate Urn 1rl.goi
undertaking and sold from duty to the public In can this be done? led thePlttman to .
that Among the ru.mtna.ge
a its of the city of first j ; also ..
be. and lIr.
knowledge of parlimentary thoougC and return. It a would personal be a canvass pleasure of is :hereby prohibited. t'besame things to be done are: to enforce the ,who lent.--.. !-I .JtAIL... 88-. _.-.'*' f
.I'Ulg .o'
necessary, it was difficult to find some I sage meals the oeonie- -. -at. thA...- unr,-._ Sec. :. Tha .,.all animal mentioned ordinance to keep roaming! animals off sending over the ttbh. USed dt. :: b

ona wfto was ,willing to-fill the chair. fer at that -in all probability in the the streets and vacant lots within the the sate as 'well as : C
:;: by the foregoing section. M found at asslet1nc b&
A committee return county demo- town ways.
on limits
having previously and each property .5C
: ve committee to take large shall be impounded by the owner
waited and prevailed Mrs. week up to police and renter to '. :
upon keep
MeGonathy of
county within the paper all kinds
next officers of said
i. city and .
the Instigator ot this (from Havana I think that all good without off his or her Dr. R- A. Torrey and :
_'" movement delay. the own yard and outside 1fr.
to consider On T me will understand marshal. or in his absence MV Alexander, the efla.1. ;.
and pavem'entsand :
acept chair trash out of gutters world's
before pleasure with the chief officer of police) shall i est tw .:: 0I
Her name was put before the association traveling i and to see that the premises In evangelists, are ff
are condu'tlng
my candidacy notify the
upon my owner or owners thereof, if vival ft
and she was elected l>y acm- 0., will leave an dif elected for an- known or :his a sanitary condition. If you can't do meeting In the city of
nutkm.Olesdames. 1 or her agent If the i Over five At1antt.;
ally will do my duty all at once do what thousand person
game be you can and keepon
known of the impounding "itere ,
past of ent at the Pi
T. T. Munroe,. IL C the !, trying. Let each of opening service.
I the same. And if the one us. men and SUlldaJ '
Grove and IL L. Anderson were anuointed [Palma as E. CARNEY.. agents be owner or his womeaV of this town lend b. helping the Peachtree auditorium, Mr.1eta 1 ,(

to notify Mrs. McConathy of will take aforesaid not known then the officer ,hand now, arid not hold back for some der who is known over -tlieVo ;

the honor confered 20. The Star of March 23, shall post. at the gate or entrance 'I the famous singing I
upon her and to one Let
f of the _Bound wh_.ro1I"h_ __ 0"1._ us, one and all put our leader eTangelfat ill'tbe. 1 t
repueat her to afternoon n i.** *** in the
call and
a shoulders song
meeting of the mal to this wheel and make it service :
or animals \thkt >
executive board at on early 'date.I ;I and arrive la :I these columns will be the are confined. and at move. proving to be most inBpIrfIl t. :,
-- door of the ? t.
Mrs. T. T. Munroe was re-eleotel morning of : ()fIr.. E. L. council rOOM. and at -
AM aeoond Monday for re-election to the city market. and at the postofflce See what Rev. C C. ;. ,
vice-president and Mrs. and the slate comptroller and Carroflpasto 1.I
.2 KJ. Plttman was apoplnted to fill th spent In collector of Marion in said city, an advertisement or notice board of county commissioners Baptist church,) In this city, has 1>t Q/ -
: in sa.yof '
'" printing or writing d ?i enbinj such to Chattanooga toIt t1
chair of ward vice-president vacate]: Interesting old E. I.. Carney as tax collector for Tenn.. to atten1 :

by Mrs. McConathy. cinity, under one of the most vi- animal or animals so impounded and Marion county. x southern Baptist convent jon., ,, 1e

r A general discussion followed concerning Jolly, who I of the county offices; therein satd notify all persons concerned I ---- meets in that. city this week. \t

depends the that animal or animal. if not: Resolutions of Thanks. Carroll and little v
important Isues. It and make the revenue daughter

I $. of opinion that the. first was. an'l thecensus [ trip very : and a portion of, the ,:claimed and all costs and charges of I.I na, have gone to visit Ars.Mary CuroIJ1'&k, c t

most Important thIng to do was tc turn on L .The duties of this of- impounding the same are not paid j I The following resolution was adopted Parents, who live near New Otie
n: e
dean the city and Insist upon the Impounding : Wednesday and confining within three days thereafter, giving by the Ocala! Lodge No. 19 K. ofP. I.!!. i

of hogs and cattle. those desiring skill in acounting date there. will be sold at such pound I 'at its regular meeting held May ?th, )". t'I

liicii member has longer. [ to properly conduct to pay all costs and expenses of tak, 1906( : Mr. Fred GakI1l. who has i'J
agreed to '* 11 ai'1
4Jtf her own side walk.. thereby setting sweep Further tax collector ing and impounding them and thereupon "Moved-that kala Lodge Xo. 19, Ca.ndl@r for several monthg, hu l ;} t'f

after notifying said !K. of P. !to \S'hevHe.! X. C.,
an example forothera to follow. reservation a county's tax parties I appreciates the attendance of where he exe )

)fn D. W. Davis read a paper mil Jolly T. P. A.. ( most of the either in person or by notice aforesaid, so many of the public 'at its memorial to spend the summer .Mr. Gaskii-

:i: ing a strong appeal to the citizens Franklin street the countv., and n the said city marshal or chief-- of-- .rtOt.---..-., services, on the 6th ,inar.. _,, .i11'A. o ---- --- W W ** **J "
Keep their- premises clean which wa one is a source 'shall three days: theft-after, and on the 'thank them for their interest and especially much better and hopes to T& "I.>!
adopted. Justices to the other coun day mentioned in' said notice, proceed Mrs. H. M. Hampton, Mrs. H. recovered when .he returns to I
Motions were made and carired requesting all tax payers and i to sell ,the said animals to the highestand H. Lapham. Mrs. A. L. Izlar and Mr. ,

: all firms who are in the habic It Is very best bidder for cash. and aid sale A E Gerig for their assistance in car Ren ,Brooks white was tried Teui. j [t )
[ day in the
of advertising with dodgers to re Justices James Carney Is one of the .shall be made between the hours of rying out the program of the committee his circuit court for usaUltfngi: i I

train Charles B. .. 11 a. m. and 3 p. ,m. of said Also. all wife and was convicted. He .
I from doing so. Advertising that the county day. those who donated. flow- ia *
section Sec. 3. That pay a fine of $300 and CM-1
through the press is more effective and of the 'Will have to any animal or animal ers. cost of I

will not litter up the side walks and Floridians will : a few who may not so impounded, shall be delivered to the E. L. Carney has not been in office I is or six months in jail. The defendanti f
a citizen
premises. for ,justices of' if there is such owner, his agent or servant, upon pay- quite three years; but his record as of the Blitchton I

Motion to request Mr. E. K. Nel- Florida. This is : he is efficient and at- ,ment to the city marshal or chief officer .colleetor! of 'taxes has never been ex- hood. In sentencing him the coitie.1 1

eon to have racks madeto the city there never was I the duties of the of of police for the benefit of the celled. x livered him a lecture that he wW Jowl! fI -

allU, which will ''of self-made .nith. ...,._."- *..t"_. ___ city, the sum of 50 cents. ._ fnra" A", .* remember. '
.. prevent the trash. menu mir --- K VIKVk* VrtJ Tl J

from faling out as they pass through-- conceded that when in the dis- or part of day such animal Is to- "" "' M __J mM j '-
the full term for !pounded. S -1
streets and'which
will I
enable the :
cart to in recognition of to this Sac. 4. That the officer
carry larger loads. county 31 receiving
Motion made efficiency during on the money for the Impounding of Ocala Furniture
and carled to acc p: north side of cattle Conpnp

I with thanks the benefit game of baa have been on the in the orange shall pay the full amount received. by

i ball to be played Friday afternoon Every friend business. He him "over to the city treasurer and

May 11, by the "lias Beens" and .Ocala I urged to see to I prior to the one shall take his receipt for the same. !I

foams. persons vote*.- 1 except' the office of Soc. 5. That the olty marshal shall There is Nothing Too Good For _
: be You.
Motion carried to tender a vote of thus: he having served [ allowed by the city. the cost of I J

: in the Banner and Star tor'their I X CHARLES one term about feeding and watering said animal not Th tVi, a broad statement .
..___.u to exceed twentv-flvo. ...___ but It h Ms gtxxl. for -'ii:
nearll' Mr. E. />anto r. you wU! ..
aupport. co-operation and cour- -- Tha0 ? u ? t. **ta pel:: U lj'i. gtft buying cheat furniture. sorely r* .

; tHIN extended to the society. colector in 1903. together with ten cents for,each animal should Now. that does not mea-i that you ", $ .
X J. B. pay an exhorbitant
Vote of thanks was tendered Mr. by the driven Into said pound under this know price f or your goods, and I/ :ou "
where .. wouldx*
J. C. B. Koonce for stationery for the executive commit : ordinance, said sum to be paid by the you *::in g t the hen t good at lonjy j'rt"* than

society, furnished city council as and in the apaYing som. 'ther plac YOU
: free of charge. Why Vote by Governor ''Jen same man '

-1 After the following list of names of term. Mr. ner as other bills. 'IJ",

_ Hxens who have signed the 'pledge Light is only a of the office and To Promote Smith I
- And [ General Health and & Roberts
c paid their dues to date, and an I er and why vote t books. In the pri and to Secure Good -
open appeal to every man woman and a candidate! be- Sanita. ,
Some say Light tion in the City of Ocala. .
child In
the city to become i his
members conduct of will I.
t ilk.
Be it
up a bill; ordained by the iubure in showing
of city .
this organization council of yo the best
platform goods
was had at
ordered pub- : no tile lowest
the price
hassee, but he city of Ocala: Everything in the
; turn J
_ lished there being no further business : course, was was ure the at consistent price
:state money at 2 1. That ;from and
motion to adjourn Mr. after the := !
WAS carried
: '
y Pledge and Agreement :3 per cent. on record in the ofI passage1 this ordinance that all de .-

_ "I agree to do all In my power to sition to the state.Light tiP'i successful. _in_. thc.. I cared or decaying vegetable-_ n mflft._,. ., -
_ --- -- or decayed
no or decaying
r Improve and beautify our city and to the li animal matter
(he knows and all ANNOUNCEMENT
rectify'it* that filth of every description !!
sanitary <'OndHJon. encouraging make ') taxes in the! the 'In.I
: other to do the same. a dollar live! many cases were Ocala corporate limits of the city of ,
- : Why vote for shall be .
riwt) e ) beyond the
enter in ,
my name as 'a sus- the previous:; u...
taining.memberfor 'the ensuingyear.. and stingy' ? Why: a mighty suc city limits at least once a week or 1- 'l"@I -

far can hang on which I none of
will -which .
pay the regular payment In .
fee '
shall be : ,' :
.. a buried ,
-_J- ate ODedollar..." ., poor man's hide he has in the corpmitc- limits AT THE
collected I "
L AH Ayer of this city. ;; ;\ .
I Mr. Jake ,Brown. )Ir. Royal, \Cot, Tallahassee says dollars for the Sec. 2. That <:-,;." : EARNESTSOLICITATION
and I no sewer "
Mr. '
Charles or drain
Cullen. this .
: Mr. O. C. Crom character of t car- "
the bam Light rying refuse animal : :" .
ifr. or
Bankston. Mr. 4\. E. Burnett, Mrs. I business-like way of matter .. '
why vote for any kind shall .. "
IL L. Anderson.. Mrs iCrbbby that be allowed t., empty \ '
; Mrs. reality tax.
into '
: I Dtlouest)*mei Mr*. C. C. Arms Mrs. A E. 'dislikes Why vote railroads for I I )- up with his ning any water.lake.. pond or stream of run. "':- OF OUR NUMEROUS .

..__ ..Mrs. George Carmichael t. are accurate and Sec. FRIENDS WE .
% 3. That HAVE
: panies and ktk .
-- he
.. ...... no hog shall
-J JlI. 41* w. Cleveland Mrs.: R. \\., ._. ."." s- OA.VVIH-nM.' within the be kept *-

Butf rd. )Irs. C. Camp, Mrs. D. JV 000,000 pay (three of per to the public. Sec. 4. That limits of this city. cf-" DECIDED-TO BECOME A ,.
Davlfl railroad' garbage ,
- Mr D. W. DavhJ, Mrs. How- received a good aocamitlatins '

AM! .Clark:f Mm. Jean Austin. Mr, 'C., thinks when either : t1m 'to time be from all sources in this, city must CANDIDATE. FOF THE OFFICE ,
[ placed
L. pay ne- .rly'as in a covered '
Blttlnger,, Mrs ..CjJL.,. UJttIngr. the Southern and the the side of the receptacla on : -OF
1f'1 JC11t street between
} the
l '
I t* hours
don. )1,.. W." s. BullocOfra. Et1 that there Is to show of 6 p. m. and 6 a. m. on the : .
is too durned I Monday, Thursday
Mrs. and
Saturday .
4 Dittmer, Mrs. L. R. his two depart- of
for him each week,
Oteual. anyway? during the
Mrs. Cbambllsg, Mrs. C. C. '[ and state: July months of June ,
_ Light at Tallaha.o August September
Carroll. 1'fIf. and
A. Brown Mrs. P.. L of the October :
county TO
- of ALL
: got the each THE
: Anderson Mn Edw. Badger )Ir. sen.eof a : year and shall: be removed PEOPLE OF THE :
Danle! his dead level best therefrom by the city
E. !
J. Bailey Dr. Ed. L. Carney scavenger who TWENTIETH
; Chase Mr. Dooz r. Clark Bros. Mrs. pay a .tax on their ) for final settle-pre- shall empty and replace such vessels SENATORIAL. DISTRICT.

-a. T. B. Biggs. profits loans, dl< between! the hours of 6 COMPRISING THE
Mr, Cline, Mr. R. Con- for collection of p. m. and 6 COUNTIES OF
a. m. of MARION ,
: nor Mr. II. C. Gro'es.Irs. Why he'd make. said days. AND .
H. C. thereupon SUMTER
Oruvca Mr. Jake and be a disgrace or- Sec. 5. That no decayed AND ANY AND ALL VcWp. _. n
Gerig. Mrs. or unwholesome ..... M. -
S. P. collector with Inl:. *
\\ 534AT3
j.- !
r ll'le*d on. illi-- Lillie hy vote - Frost, Mr. FMIIftt. -" .r, "" -t -- .u>vt> iisji or ORDERS FOR .
.j.nl.fUlU other BOILED
Light if [ impure HAM BV **%?
MM. Go. ': or adulterated THE BOUND '6
Fdtham. Mrs. A. F.. by the articles of
; Gent Mr. fool enough t.) get food shall J>e offered for FRACTION TijEREOF 31
-_ K. E. Harris. 11rs. }'. F the following/ sale as food i WITH THE POPULAR
Itarri. MUw L.)u Gamsby. Mrs. of each dep.irtm.ent. : any time in this city WORLD FAMED ..y.
Ean adopted i ..
and : Sec. 30. -.
V Hood. stingy and has It. shall be .
R. unlawful '
S. for
HaIl. Mr*. J. F.. L. Carney, aoj
J. Oerlg. to knife and cot all [ person to deposit on
Mrs. of
___F William Hocker Mrs. ''extravagancies county, has (sidewalks streets.. BLUE
Louis to alleys
Horno public
Mrs. O. T Grp :1. :\srs. final settlement squares or IBBON-Jt
_ 1 Ilandly, Mr. .'rank, Mr. Ed Helven- Wh1vote for a !! year 1903 and tin or upon any lot, any excrement

ton. Mr. A, N. Gotlieb. enough to put in (' I cans, sweepings of stores
Sirs.- .\. X. j the same we or dwell .
_ _i Ootlleb, Mr. Ferguson. Mr. on legislative ant [, ings paper hair chips bones :

_-_ wards. Dr. Walter Hood. Mr.Will. Lou EJ- Light ain't got i: and nearly county every for straw or other unwholesome; or decayIng peels- Or Imported

Own, Mr. Frymuth Mrs. know that, if : matter whatever. But it shall Beer.
,, don't whereas this [their
duty 11
Mr*. Gtorer. Mr. Ida V. Gates.oillen'j try and carry their to place such, material In a
_... appre-
!."..'.... t:< -- campaign thunder box barrel -
or other
r.r \ m. Airs. .row1. ,
: M. FIshel, )lrs. Ed,,. !_:: I't1 I"", ,,, "'""jJe anc: FROM
[duck -w a >*V V Vlf keep the MUNICH
Helvrtuton Mr. politically sure! ( same convenient WILL' BE HIGHLY
t F. R. Gary Mrs that the for the scav- -4.. DEI'u"p., ,,,, '
: ow I
Vote for ngcr, who 1
cha.. Lkldon. Light? :\ i shall FD ,
Mr. remove BY
Jones, Mr. J. T. hereby tender- the samE' PROMPT
going upon his I SERVICE .
Lancaster, Dr. Izlar Mrs. to vote for the regular rounds; AND HIGHEST
1W.. efficient provided
Kunze. Mr*. J. IT. Livinston Mrs. M. (small enough to get this manner office however. that no receptacle shall b* 'II QUALITY .O-F GOODS OUR :
(!. without placed ESTABLISHMENT .
Looney, Mr. Ceo. McKay. Mrs. Geo. making the [ on any street, ale! :. sidewalk. HAS 4
: in BEEN
McKa promise or tell them the city of REMODEL.
__ ), Mrs. T. T. Ocala. ED AND
Munroe, Mrs. except when be THE
Martin. Mr. W. M. gle thing to be done i ing emptied and replaced : I 1 RANT -T
j Martin. Mrs.- Masy lahassee. Tax Collector. !I by.the scav FEATURE HAS ,
Mr. enger on his f BEEN-GIVEN
1IcCrane)'. Mrs. Geo. ,McKean I : Dear Sir:-j I regular rounds. PART/CU- : '
: Mrs. Why vote for '' j LAR CON3IDERATOIN. *
McClyraonda Mr. J. X.. account for E. L. -
i i I Carney: is .
IVartoa. Mrs. J. A a business tax
N. col '
-ig Pearson, Mrs. E. j which lector. He takes .
K. Nelson. Dr. no stock in I ,OUR
NVnaom visions PLATFORM .
Mr. George I j[: the 23rd! or rabbit I HONEST :
J feet.-
1' Large MEAHURE
Nash i
Mr. George Vegetable | aC-j AN 0 .
Pasteur. T FuLl.
.t>..* ,.-_ Mrs. Mc. !I time WEIGHT." -
1n1. 1 1lanln, 1Irs. Pitt,, l, \ no. ...,:,I Friends of .Mr. and RESPECTFULLY
tna3 1tra. lUcharJ The Fort ---- Mrs. B. F. Hamp- r rI ri. .
MCConathy, r., (of j of August 7th ton and family who
Richard the Miami! 1I : have been resid-
McConathy 11rs. D )1. Smith,, ( jour account ling in Jacksonville
(1'1. Sistrunk. )Ir. lowing ?n Saturday s for some time; i.
F. C. Snit Mrs( of 1904 j welcome them
'per in
again to
Itoberts. Mrs. J. D. Ro concerning the ; tht' Gainesville,L Strauss &
rston. Dr. ,, rold
: n tables congratulate homi

: -, mle)f. Smith.TaytJr. 'rli.111'11.Rhth1ttut"T- ,W. Smith.Ml- Mrs\ta-, '"The''egE'tablf from that:" "Nl. .') ; : your prompt 'I[good comfortably settled-and They' Mr.are Hampton again ; cOL'1

Itobt-rt Taylor.) Mrs. Todd. I*) a close has been being: among naturedlly says satisfied.-Gain-j _

: ilL. Toph. Mrs. M. H. stovall Mrs Mrs"Mr8 A. :'successful River in tht' (' tpIt of the! I Vsvil'e Sun. ,' E. C. Smith. -

U. SIraus section. Over
c dIet U. Swlhnan- Mr. Toflr. j i thousand crates I !I bef, ttf:hes ,I I! The Duval hieh ._ .,h.,....., _,,, C, Y. Rvbtoru -
11 T. B. of 'tom 'r' <*ui ma now
; Snyder. Mrs. ; ; I/I the'r SMITH
Hwarti. .. truck have been commencement exercises &
M. G. R. Robinson shipped j in the ROBERTS.
A. ; j jRaval theater
output will J. in Jacksonville
d. $tNlDk. Mra e\ceed that I > on .
May 8I1u(>y. Mrs. Woif'Mr. J_So May
CROO : Andrew
& [by: 1. !
several Sledd
Hmatley Weathers. Mrs. Dave ;I thousand (' ; I University president of the ; Funeral Directors and

W.) c1ro-. Mrs. Fml WHNS .)Irs. uiIl4n i "Colohachee. on )lId !I j !'commencement of Florida. will deliver the I: LATEST" 1 Licensed Embufllers
shipped coifine- TIIODS.
: O William- nearly-one I! him L address BUST
)Irs. Eagleton. MIi! ; |I. that even- TEl -GODs.
ng. graPb WOHl"
.: Ieton. : of produce is on,, orders rt'c h'e GUn.TEElJ.
Mrs. and
Schrieber, MIa 1'1''Cl""o1t.S i : rompt
Tat-im I'r attention
i' or
)me in to forego short ; and
all noUce.
tLe embalming
)'1'5. J. C. a "Krtonw. Mrs. Brumby' thegroWe :. J:. l one ao'wh.n.on

,)trio; II*tchll, Mrs. Eph Cacney, Mm! '.broad smiles ,and : -? : : voters In [given Carney as tax collector has j i
of satisfaction
long l"r hi to 99
green.. 1100 of every i
I business
Srupp\>rt if ''county. men of thetae. and i FURNITURE

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-_ ,JOOimm1BD FROM PAGE FOUR.) four life was despaired of and you BUSY. MISSIO I N ER.

t.am.these- Jof'orle-but lay Bellevue, totally unconscious, They Are Showing- Much Activity i 1 In a private conversation- the editorof

tW' tJw but nursed most tenderly)' by loving this KING OF ALL LINIMENTSCURES
AnJ all my meditations I journal that his tick-
*J er* Through the Stata-How They i
__ f4)tlg2It tne baot'k to the sad fact hands and amended by the most I et for"railroad commissioner might be a
't I *as Jo>t, k" l'! $kilfull surgeons of New York and I!marked Jot Bailey and Blitch:
vused fr1fl my reverie by I Xo promise was given simply an ,SMAINS,CUTS, BRUISES BURKS,CALS$.
". Philadelphia. Finally, on the fourthof The race for railroad commissioneris j C U R ES OLD SORES, CRICK IN BACK, BACKACHE, LUMBACO.
- He .'a* askingthe clerk i attracting much interest I intimation as to what might happen. STIFF JOINTS, CCNTIACTCO MUSCI:LS. SPRAINED
ykO. I 'ebruary you were removed to throughout i ANKtLS.CORN HUSKIIfS SPRAINCD W>:ISTS. FROSTCB -
1a rod. and ordered U and his Florida and the :race promises to be II We have mentioned this in order flIT,000"auIIOI,.CHILBLAINS. ANB ALL INFLAMMATIONS OF MAM oa BUST.,
tent to the southbound Flor- your own home on the avenue but it I that our position may be subject to :
.,.u. a close one. The candidates are Thomas ,
_ Jla..tUy arising th fir&t no criticism now that have determined
train. was of March before the J. we
:-w' 0i.rn Appleyard of Lake City: ; Newton f
_ ----'a .had left ih dek 1 asked the wound to advocate Appleyard insteadof .
wlpv.- '- was entirely healed. Then you A. BUtch. of Levy county; R. Hud- ,
tlf : tor "y WU. had my sotcherent sPeedilY recovered your strength and son' Burr lit Dade county. and Gen.E. I Blitch. I ,
-t_ aJlUDQulrtd time of departure B. ,Bailey of Monticello. We havt gone into the records ofAppleyard .
ttthboaad train on the Florida0ters was seemingly entirely restored except and Blitch and have become '
.1 th* These democrats are well and favor
I '; raHft'a"- I was told ::30 that Temembered nothing of ably known all over the state and they convinced -that Appleyar'd vvoulj ,

r I-: fee4 1 bad flftwn minutes to spare.tlwt 4he past, and Insited thai your name are each doing very effective work. better serve the people than Bliteh.

a'rald "en then this Hal was John Smith. T.hls'as a source Both are free from suspicion of .betrayal -
Mr. is
b4 Appleyard using the countryprejss SNOW
: W- lgtI tlt'AJIe OJf' I lost no time In 'of great grief .to your parents, bat while Messrs Bailey and Blitch I of the people's interest, but Appleyard .

to the \!*!"*. Impatiently 1 they took hope from the assurance of shows up better than Blitch
,._ are sending out thousands of circulars -
,.1U4 war the ticket window until!! hnt'1")' eminent specialist that rOll and letters. Mr. Burr is the only when their public services are com -

and I ward him ak for a brain was perfectly sound and that. pared.
L. tame. one who is rt"sorting'to the stump. He I,
.. $9 Weir HarkI also purchase eventually your memborr'ould 10- i spoke' at Per.sucola: and other wssl Mr. Blitch's tong service in the leg-

"- f4W th..wme JIare. That night at turn and you would forget your Florida! points this week. and has telegraphed Mature has -left no mark on the stat
acquainted. them strange hallucination ute books that could be considered as
IW Itote& *. became about your that he will speak In Ocala .
o4 geaUl utherner having the i name, which he said was caused by I'n h.t 'londay to answer the charges ja positive help to the cause of good

;, (wWZ of t tatroducln an hU guests. Hecomunkatlve the fact that during the entire 'peri-nl made by Frank E. Harris, of the Ocala ,. government. UAD THIS REMARKABLE CURE
1 ; the n-t evening after attendant who waited upon the surgeons eral in character' that is distinctly
IIIItm&A. To make .Mr. Burr's oration interest WM muck afflfcttd with rbeaastismi vritet
f'- old 0>e that *"" had QuIte made around your bedside bore that Ing. Mr. Harris 'Will outline the marked as beneficial to the people. Sd.C.Nad,lowtTflle,Sedpick Co..Kmsa.,"{oiar -;

VP lt mind to buy the grove *** now name and It was repeated many ..timesIn charges above referred to m.-lestly v He has been a negative rather thana about 011 criatchea and sulierimg pelt deal of pain. *

..i,: gia th.T* WiLl a large house I! your h arlng. He, also told them and as cunciely as possible. positive force in legislative work I was induced to try Ballard'c Snow Lb mcut.which
"edAr *!* Like, that he intended that some sudden shock either of joy :voting according to his' lights and his cured me! after using three 50c botUe. 1TISTHB .

.pmAdiU the entire' nunmer there and or sorrow might restore you at any What Buckman Says of Wartrrann. conscience, but not directing remedial GREATEST UNIMgNT I VBR USED;hare rtcCfflmended -

: by larHto meo to lay with him moment. legislation.He It to a lumber ollleft&M. aU #rftl'@l.them.cne. -

itje afth/. XotKLor could have suit On the twentieth of March you disappeared Jacksonville }la., 'May 3, 1906. was lined up on the side of the : u being hHiied'tiii IsOWFIIworm
I without crutches and
and I accepted.er and To the Editor Ocala Banner: Jennings' administration in the legis- ta able t -a greit
E ..,1 JM bettw no trace could be found deal of light labor ca th. fana."
I 1t\V. drawn toward each other of you. You had taken $1. OO from It gives me great pleasure, to see IA of 1901 and 1903. and voted with

} fmIheftTt and It 1\3. always fcetin- your private safe which fact was discovered that Hon E. L. Wartmann is a candidate Sherman Jennings when that gentleman THREE ,SIZES: 25c. 5k AND I.00

.414bothlitustbat \\ehadbecji by your having locked the from Marion county for re-elec- laid aside the role of executiveand BALLARDSNOWLINIMELWTCO. ;

fritfri* tt )'ear*. and I hove been door leaving the key In the lock. Since ion to the house. I cannot refrain assumed 'the role of lobbyist.As ST. LOUIS. U & A.

.-l1 him tV", .IJK"t' I hine fretuent.I that time every effort love and from the wish that the people iif Ma- in our opinion. most of the bills

Jr mad MQ .p... tk of the Hartmans money could put forth !has been usedIn ion ('QuntapprecIating the valaa- for which Governor Jennings lobbied

; pit( uclt Ume It ha* led to nothing the effort to find you. Come home ble services rendered by this gentle- were bad bills we cannot approve of

.rt UIf certain knowledge that, 1 have and learn the rest. man and his sterling qualities, will return the votes cast for them, and Senator SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY ,

'N'rla U J>*' >pl* of whom he s eaks. "ll)' the way I have secured a twofold him by an overwhelming vote. Blitch's vote was always one of thes.Mr. -

; i4 until last night when he was happiness. Helen has promised 111' Wartmann was chairman of the Butch is clean and straight, but

..taU.11 anal prejaration<< to l leave i to be my wife( and before the green pecial committee of the house to his past performances do not justifyhis ALL DRUGGISTS. .

-,1Jf jj:." York on bu! Inei* and md.t fruit turns to gold in our grove Helen rhom all proposed legislation at the entry into a wider field of public -

4ataily to VUit the Hartmaiis did I and I will be at home on the shoresof last session of the legislature in relaioa endeavor.

t j"ftil upon m)Mf to tell him my dear old I ake Weir. So come to educational matters. vas referred He 'has a position for which he is I -- --

..4 ytorf, althouch fur many months on the wings of love. Margaret: and before whom the bill which well qualified, and as he makes an "

! 't Mft been mire of hI. symiathy.Wben Da u son says come! She loves 13 best known a-s the Buckman wluational admirable lnspE' tor of convicts, it

I had tini..hHl my tale he sat you and longs for your com bill was consideied., U was would be against the good of -the service -

A/I4 ,nokrd yuMly. as If thinking earf ing. I will met you at the Grand Cen du to that committee and especially to remove him by promotion. .. 4..

..1,.. fur tit INJIt twenty minutes. tral. Wire me. to Mr. 'artman, as its efficient chairman T. J. Appleyard has traveled far and

..1'JId'* %ril>t>*JniV hand with -a true \' >yours, S'liat the bill which was a com- seen much.

"pp ttf frleiHlthlp and akl In a HAL. licated piece of machinery, was not His mind has been developed along

I 'f@k.n by M<.tioo. even gt enter. "And now in twenty. minutes I will hanjvd and !v.lt its trents! wereiro broad lines by his contact with big
I Bilious ?
1Mh 1'1IA my own in the telling: be on my way. This year of eternityis ;>erly appreciated. But for J.e a.- men. '

., ".Th Indeed a rtntnge. sad tltul') I ended and the Heavens have Indeed ion of that committee, of which Mr.Vartrr.iqn I He jiosseses more than average Intelligence 4 : .

_,''Jda. and ban liuprt-sed me with the i opened to jne for I go to my \ was the moving spirit I I : and 'his stock of information The only sure cure foi ,

t 4ing i that I will he able to aid you 'fweet promised wife my fond mother. oubi that it had i l'os,-l. as hal the has been so added to by his opportunity -
;, constipation Biliousness
b (1t.,101 uj tINs mysUery. Why. I dear old father and Helen. Back !bill ionic to the house without the I for observation that k has -

:rtl' ay. but NMfthing teU me that again from death to life. Ian almostsee (flfflmi t tc''s endorsement of approval assumed ample proportions. that is pleasant, natural

;:,11 .nu I ttll C4 me bu<'\ tu you before the gate of Paradise ajar. and or hut fioy! changed it by aniendleuts I His work as secretary of the senate and safe is .

jMg. There U *.*iw key that will un- from now on I wil try to be worthyof 1 do not think it would have j has been so good that everybody i -
o.-Im-k this frn\a of your buried memory that goodness and love which has : been a law today. I knows about it, and .his'!rainlng at I

.- a&l I fU find\ Itf'tHl night. I want folowed me 'all the days of my life." i \ .\fier ;the: bill was returned ov the this post will be useful to him in hand- S R iON'SilVEP. PILLS

1drwun ner It.? committee:, -Wartnun was one c[ ling the detail work of the office he .

"'StJ uylnx n* retired to Ills bed Senator Bailey's Rich Offer. !its cni '-'ipporters ond Inhorecl untiringly seeks. '
_n and I wfn iKHiKlit my own. but in its behalf. believing"asiho We have seen the literature that Mr. .

Ir uUn
}'Mf oM' Hal' w''nlt had given me Bailey of Texa.has ttraE'fJ'er\' di 1, that its success meant the 1 marked envelope which suggests '

f; a'w hot<.ito
t JII"IU' I '. I they bnnishe York tuslne.ss firm which. It is: re- funds in the line of higher education, for commissioner. impurities out of the body >

-, .ham ba r. Hut, al u.. he It-fUthla niorn- j. rtHl. has offeredthe senator 'a' salary l. and t'i.tl l"rwl Possible the building, up But this carries' no conviction to our .

; tnt and again I am IffleuMkmlirdliitoe of J"0.000 per annum if lie wit of a srrt-at university and an educational 'mind, because even a bald assertion so that the liver and all the / -
toe and again I am Imvml down .by4bte come to New Yorft and take chargeof system in the tate of whichwe without proof is -not convincing, and other I
act properly. ) ;
F never cvanlng weight o f gloom its JecaT department. coulrt be proud and at the .same I much less credible is a surmise with organs ,i
, ?
#,04 ."1'0uti i ran only ?ay. 'How Needless to say the senator will re- time educing the taxes to the people I no circumstances cited in corrobora- //J -

,f. 1ftl& 011. l.tlrt. hnw hng.h :"' mainn Washington and (onlinue trso for such purposes, while giving the ,

h-April 1*. IMS.\Vhat Joy is mine! ably n-prcsent. thEta: ( uf TexasInnhe children of our state more complete tion.The people have tried Blitch as a No Griping ii / 1 -

Ob 1I1w.t rupture fill* my oul tudjy! senate. um] thorough educational fo.::51ilie< in servant, and he has done pretty -welL b

,-" The U>'t !. found and the de.id liaseivow the IIUm'lIl schoo's. but not so much that you could notice Purging '

back from thC tomb for God Fortunate Missourians. y.urt very sincerely, it. '' \

; toon IU)' life for 4he IKIH >'KU' IMS H. H. BUCKMAN.Blitchtsn Appleyard can not do less than
natural and
"When I was a druggist at Livonia just a easy .,
btflL thing tit-nth Rut unit belull. Mo," writes'}'. J. Dwyer, now of Gray: Bliteh. common- sense Treatment -
glad iMHirt until I n\n write It ville.. Mo- "three of my customers; were : Picnic and Speaking He may do more. jq

,dt,.a. It 1M all *> it-w )tt, and I permanently cured of consumption by -. Let'stry Appleyard.-Jacksonville which never fails yj

icwt write It here l ...t I think it only Dr. Kings New Discovery, and are Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. Sun. : to cure. '
well and strong today. One was try-
I tI' dream, and h!tie tny mind aKiiln.Thli Ing to sell his property and move to The day M-as fine and dinner good I
, ,; morning I received this letter Arizona.. but after ,using New Discovery but the eaters were fe-,\. The farmersare ,I For Whom to1' Vote for Railway Com- Special Offer.Cut .. 1-

r from Ha'-mlt Cod blesn hll1l- a short time he found it unnecessary very busy. Vv'e did not have *h" i Missioners.
ever I the "Little Doctor" out /(/ {
t i to do so. I regard Dr. King's
! alld 1 must copy it b*>re for Ian ,NessDiscovery as the most fonderful crowd itx v.si.illattends our pion'c; jnd mail to us, \\hh the -
The l't:: :i ac'rutted: tternseiveiin! ']'Friends Everywhere: of antI !
.. nen'ouanJ Impatient for medicine in existence.' Surest coughand your --
tie hour to tftme When I ran begin cold and throat and lung healer gtod style und defined their l't1Sit'I-! : Miami. Fla. 'May :. 19U6.I you may hai e a Wcek'sTreat- .

--,in, Journey home that I ft-el if I Guaranteed by Tydings & Co.. drug- and t-ild u- what they were runningfor would thank my friends throughout ment of the Pills and! Pellets
gists. DOc, and $1.00. Trial botle the state to with in with our complimetls. '
4oal except Mr. Bittinger. seerusto me a
J keep the Inter)entng time O't'Uplt'd free. niiJr. .
I hr out for railroad t'onniisi'inor! solid effort to nominate in our May '
ffi crazy. It has all oomeback Ramon's Brownie Calendar-Free
J to blt'! The buried put 1x an .{. I). Greene. of Tennessee after or talks that way anti only :mk? for primary for railroad commissionerstwo

."D book; and tu think I had spending several days in Ocala, the N. A. Bliteh. Possibly that is why Mr. worthy sons of Florida Tho:". J. with Weather Forecasts and Almarac information. Givenwith your first' "

L f 1'td4 liars letter to the last parbeforr gupst of Mr. and Mrs. J. A., Pitman, Plttinger is out. If so why not tell u< Appleyard and ex-Senator Newton A. purchase ef Ramon's' Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets.Prown '

returned home Sunday. Mr. Greene is !'41. T agTsph It nil cnine buck to me. c. i ,..% vf r- -iv. -.,. .
Nut: H hllf.b".thpr of Mrs. Ankle Greene a cundiHte for railroad ow- ful servants of the state for many ? ,
M *uddt burnt of =sun .
fhtoe Parker of Gainesville formerly of this rair.-r anl did not mention the long years, and can vouch for them in SOLD BY TYDINGS & CO MPANY, OCALA, FLORIDA. 4f. _
QIUI Morrntoned *eu-like a
: tr of light from Heaven itself came ('It)., and" has been on a visit to her other\{*>e candidates fur AIIIUi ition. I every' particular and if elected the

tb. fl.of\ awakened memory. Ah. also it being the first time he had lhid1. ,in ny jjclgnent, in Uu; I people can depend upon an honest and ..

: *iut zrwarktllf'l't' in in H woman's seen Mrs. Parker in over twenty years. lug undue advantage of the other threecanlidnte I faithful discharge of their duties. I amj

few days at for nt.r-"wulroad! tommissJ j asking this in no unfriendly spirit
Irtf! It la only now that I understand I, Mr. Greene also spent a -
and he. is Quite delighted : However, they tall (towards the pre.Mnt members of the
my burden ha been so Ocala House Wine Roon
'-'afrnd now here la the letter: with his first visit to Florida. themselves. For g')(nl results we hive :I railroad commission. But am prompt- )$

1"1'* t. !have "the b"st tmterMI ill fivvay *- I led ;by a higher. motive-that is, the .
"Fifth Avenue Hotel.
Shipments of Peace River phosphate of brains and they have rot; the .people should always have. the bet I _
New York. April I 7, 1ISS. I' ,
; Yf dear J4Ihn-Xn that wont do rock through Punta Gorda thus far pi-ii"rly cultivated along; tmsfor- I representation in the land, and officeholders I '

this year aggregate 24.023! ; tons. Shipments ation: lin *. A mn because he is an ( should give place every one or TJYOUR _
kiI dear
my old' boyhood'* friend an.IYour .
hoo1mat. during April w..re6:5 tons on honest and -oi-cif'nti "ife one does :..>t ,!| two terms for better men that our I
mynlery a mys-
.rr I the schooner Eleanor F. Bartrain. for ouaiify him for railrand! c 'inmif.';joncr.Wo :.trend :Isa people may IHJ onward and -
Bd longer. I have tmlvetl the prob- I'
Italtimore; 2.2ir: : tons on thevschoonerHelen upward. Re< tfulh', '
: have tim much of that nlFI' pt't '
..*n. You are nt John Smith, but % _
"' dear 15. Crosby, for'eyrnouth, good results give me' brains with nl! 'C. M. BROWN, SR. OLD 0LIEGHANY
njr JI playnwte. John llartTake '
o II. Mass.; l.MHl t,11nn the schooner JosCIh of the other qualifications, ard we .
the first train home to
'.ltr dew GRay, for Weymouth, Ma"?.: will not hear <;.) much talk alout a' f l- ,: A World Wide ReputatioiWhite's
oUI ni'iHuir. your aweet nN Cream Vermifuge has achieved -
and 1.S73; tons on the schooner Henry
shin the railroad commission.
-ja4 'niir kiv'ing father. I have not ? a world wide reputation as being '
1* .... UNit J"'. Kreger, forDeath Baltimoie" And 1f' the next: legislature will give the best (If all worm destroyers. and '\i.
yet 1 hue found you. -
for Its tonic influence weak anti'unllu.ifty i PURE : .
1 I the com mi-Lionel* more iw>we' they upon RYE.
want )our t"'lIIln 'u i.e a gkd From Appendistis. children as it neutralizes the i
:.Mii4se. Only one iterswn lnnMt my- decrease in the same ratio that the ue can accomplish good results. acidity of sourness of the stomach imi _
MW the and of Dr. King's Life Pills increases. ,i proves their digestion and assimila-
: They save you from danger and bring His Old Friends Are Glad.81"'akln i I tion of food. strengthens their nervous H---- :
irriIr. )\a&ir 1II'ltth'l' and .i..tM" frthiv. quick and painless release from the 1! system and restores,; then to -
clad aLeeting that await thf'1n and the ills erowing out health and of
constipation vigor and elasticity -
Col. R.v K. ni
A er> recent Put 4 full
-, 1i nrrl ve of it. Strength and vigor alwavs follow spirits natural to childhood.: At all up Qts ,
turpentine purchase in this coun- .
their ue. Guaranteed by Tjdings druggists. m
>, 'T4Q fire M \\"" thill ,,'It '. In JantS'y -
> & Co., druggists. ::;eT! them m tr. the ,Lake City Index says: :1 ; _
w-i fit last )' HrI think |t was the b's" .The Sunday school .dass .of Mrs. ; Cartoons -
This deal of Tncle B.& puts him inFancy
; > Hrttd team jik.ngr the riverside drive.an .Chief Vi'kle, of the <:ecret service, business of the company, and places !her home last evening. The .following

; 1' &,".ad ofien buggy nrnl were ac- ;hias-Issued an order that the imtatv!. him where he belongs-way over the. little children were pre.-ent. and had a -, t" Delivered at your' ,;

ii-.tInIsaird b>' a nvnft charming wAfr" bank books tilled with !imitation biiisand. line on Easy .street. This concern !i jollytime: Misses Erin Youn?. Fan- ; _
!i\1e.JI, 41 spe.. "' a lIt'"r2lnnal know- UMtl for advfrtbinsr purp.es works fifty-two convicts and twenty-: I! nie and Emma Sage, Elenor Cronn- ,>'y Express Office

n for I hMtIk4 ,ht"r. and she is !nm;t nett lie virculatid any nrnv. seven negroes with a large crew ofi i, nie" Laueis, Emma Perry Dorothy ;

t.q.U deQreM friend) to w1ion.i white men at the saw mill as foremen i I j Landcaster Lucy Moorheud. Curtis .t. : : "- -.' _

1lun. Humor waul MU were engaged. Shorthorn Bulls.A and guards. It just makes one feel |,:'and Will Crom and Ted Lancaster.I ." :

I\'ra frum tunne cause. nupiMtsedly a few half breed and higher grade gll"tl to knlHthat an old friend-and I For$3.20. :
.I'idn1 bkJ't'If'. 1 'e "e to learn i.! the mi.<
tr'.r.u the horse became i yearling Shorthorn bulls to exchange; a, staunch one-is getting up iq the I rd. fttr-I
and mn away yu retain. for beetcattle. Write or call and I't'eme world where he belongs. We congratulate ;tune that1sltt'L.Mr. H. D. I

(!t.4:: JOUr presence! Hr mind. however:, at Munroe & Chambliss bank. him and his-"You and your ;.Blitchton, at an early hour Friday _

I.:t U4 hem ha.J thw, Well tn hand, keeping Z. C. CHAMBLISS family. May they live long and pros- ,morning. His barn and its entire

la tlw middle i.f the driveway Ocala, Fla. d 1 t 4 w w 4 t ." S I; tents of hay and grain were clln-I

-1It11 Coming to the bend iou sUIIJt'nbJJlWt. per / 'by fire. Had it not been that Regular $ LOO: a Quart Whiskeywrite; for "

(....('b and four. and in strlvhw The Ocala Banner's 'humorous suggestion l'j' Brooks was sick and Mr. Brooks sit- -
bed for Itda's
Having lay
puon ray
lite- to them un the right and savenung to Governor Proward that the from'a severe bruised leg,. I only {, ting UI' nursing her he would hn-pl I I It I Complete Price list.

': )' 4ady. your front whe4 work of draining the e'erglalmigh't; found relief when I used a bottle ofBalalrd's t tlot all his horses and mules jw theyi _

hlkk th* rear "t eel of the coach.trbugy be accomplished by getting all of tht'primal' Snow Liniment. I can cheer- were locked up in the. barn. He diseovcred -
fully recommend it as the best .medicine j
was total wreck and Iti ) candidates to meet .there and for bruises ever sent to the jt i t the fire before It had made Ocala House

..-. a miracle that your companion "throw mud." might have pleased him :afflicted. It has now become' a positive very great headway-and Was fortu- i Wine Rooms.

1Ped unhurt You.. however, were more if it had included a few newsptpers necessity for myself triate in saving them His neighbor I
.tit) *ttunate, fur in the proposition. Augustine D. R. Brynesr merchant (If Ih verville. :land -friends sympathize with )
thrown -
you were
Texas, 25c.; .10c. and $1.V>. At all
a\ !r Xalnt 'Brooks in his loss. Ir'j OCALA FLORIDA.
the edse! of the curb. : drngelsts. m ,
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.- -. OODbig "mealy"potatoes Strauss5Royal
iprinfl Term, 1306, Marlon. County, The Names of Ca t. D. H. Baker and What They Are Doing in ,the Land of
the and Pine.A. not I --
= Florid I Mr. George C.. Mathw Net 'on the W can -

The grand Jury for tnl l term of the List -S '
.. ; as Printed in, the Metropolis. ,
.. M. Hull. of Midway. is shipping be without
-5 court. having completed its labors, -,'"' :
The Jacksonville Metropolis of May tomatoes. M(
begs "leave' to report as. follows: of Reserve ,
3 prints the following'as the official S. Cureton. of Eden, has .shipped a liberal'amount ;
I We have been hampered anddeayedIn I
the discharge 'of our duties more list of legislative candidates toe: some very fine tomatoes. Fertil-

than usual at this term' of the court voted on in the primary. Evidently; Brevard county will commence shipping POTASH in the :11

j by .the failure of the justices of the there are some omissions _as we notice peaches this week. :
that the of izer-not l less than ten
: peace to return to the clerk's office the names Capt. Baker and Mr. I Sorrento growers are very jubilant SJi
Sks of ll aid before Mathews who are candidates respect;' !
cases Unsm, and i
we have found prisoners in the county ively! forsenator for the 20th senatorial over ths fias peach prospects pet cent: It must be DellA MINING UBOB1TORY.P. : -
The outlook Lealman is Oi
district and member of the legislature orange at. ,
ja.Uith no record of the cause of T. SCIIRfIB; &. -
'their detention upon which to base an. from this county, do not ap very promising but .rain is needed. in the form of Sulphate] T 11
: IJt"ar'on the list as printed in the Metropotis. Consulting and Analytical Chemist; Member '. -
The first dewberries of the season 4.
investigation. In instances
g- some the
0 .
of the Society of Chemical Industry Lon- : -
k committing magistrates ,have failed to: These gentlemen or their were brought into ilelrose last week. of POTASH of highest: don. Eng. Memberof the Ameaican Chem .1.1I

bind the witnesses over to appear before friends had better look this matter up Coleman tomato growers say they ical Society. 1 (I
P. O, lkr ,
: the grand Jury and :we have had at once. will ,probably ship 100.000 orates this quality. 703. .-: : {t

to 'wait until they.cou d be'summoned I The following is the official, list as season. OCALA FLA. Oct. [ 1)r
23 if
: and brought before us. The omissions I printed by the paper named: Melons at Gaiterville are looking "Plant Food" and "Truck Farming" are r ("-

: above complained: of have delayed this I Second District-J. S. Beard, of well and some are already beginningto : two practical books which tell of the success!- Messrs. Strauss & Co, Wholesale Whisky l ,

body at least 'twenty-four hours in its I Pens cola. bloom. ; ful growing of potatoes and the other garden ,'

deliberations and we wish to urge that Sixth District-I. E. Broor-e ,,')(1 J. D. D.-House of Chokoloskee has one truck-sent free to those who write for them. Merchants, Ocala, Fla, -. ;

: the committing magistrates or ttusBounty Baxter Campbell of Quincy.. of the finest cabbage crops ever grown L Address. GERMAN: KALI WORKS. Gentlemen. In accordance with 5
.,, Eighth Wstrict-John W. Hender, your !
j. take particular pains (to recognize'all in that section. Mew V.rk-9J Nassau Street. or 11

witnesses necessary to appear I son of Tallahassee. Bridger Bros. are getting their packing .- Atlanta 0.-22K So. Broad Stree- nstructions, I visited [your waiehcuse ( n !

=1fore ths grand jury and deliver to Tenth Distrlct--C'harlf'5 L. Lessen: house In readiness pack the to- : $

them the slips'so 'notifying them as of Madison and B. D. Wodswortb; of mato crop of co em3J1. -= the 19th, instant; and personally selected 1 t

required by the acts of 1903. Madison. Quite a few' tomatoes and other vegetables pounds at this time last year even at from your stock a sample of (

Armory and Superintendent of Public Twelfth District-.*. J. Winburn of r are being brought into Punta these declines and as the' purchasingshows i .

: :. Instruction. Lafayette county. Gorda by boat from the islands. widespread demand it is regarded t

We"finJ!: the' armory and the office Thirteenth District-Frank Adams. Mrs. C. W. Jacobs of Orlando ship. as indicative of the fact that "Strauss' Royal Reserve"whisky ..

: .of .'superintendent of public Instruc- of Jasper, and John High of Hamilton ped some extra fine grapefruit lo New the higher values of each 'year do not t

tJoii1n; first-class condition and par- county. York recently which netted her $8 per 'I check consumption-Savannah: Naval'1 I

Ucuiariy commend our superintendent Fourteenth District-H. H. Buck- box. Stores Review week ending :\IayI.. the analysis pf which shows it to

jtcMSlhe>: neat man and W. H. Baker, of Jacksonville Coleman tomato growers say they i
aria orderly manner contain:
i of Cold.
which the office is kept and methodical Fifteenth District-A. J. P. Julian never .had such a tomato crop and are A I

condition! in which all .records' are pre- and F. P. Cone. of Lake City. laying in a big supply of carriers. could not bring as much happiness to Alcohol (by weight), per cent..Ofi.ed; r RAt;_ i'

tterved. Sixteenth District-J. N., Wilson, of: Last year 1,665 bushels of potatoes Mrs. Lucie Walke, of Carolineis.., Alcohol (by volume), per cent. . . 43.61: I ,

Clerk's Office. Marian na. :.grown in Alachua county brought as did one" 25 cent box of Bucklen's Degree proof, per cent. . . ,. 87.10

We find the office of the clerk of the I Palatka Eighteenth District-E. S. Crill of $1,825 and 62 crates of peppers sold I Arnica, running Salve. when sore on is completely her le'" whichhad cured I Residue evaporation, p cent. . 0.660 .
and J. Wall
P. of Putnam
circuit court In first-class condition; for $1,625. tortured her 23 years. Greatest i Ash, per cent. . . . . . I. 0.011
In far county. Wade Thomas. a Tallahassee farmer healer of piles, wounds and .
so as the anticeptic
attention and skill of I
Reducing sugar, per cent . . .' 0,2i5:
the clerk of the circuit court can make Twentieth District-.T. G. Baskin, of Is a. melon grower. He eaya his crop sores. 25 cents at Tydings; & Co., drugStore $ .7
Marion county and E. C. HcLeod. of m Volatile acids, ptr cent . . J. O.Oy? .
the same. We l snow of no suggestion ; is fine and he will soon have some ,
Amyl! alcohol (fusel oil) cent. '
-a Ocala. for per . 0.073
or criticism to make as to the manner ready "shipment. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. .

of keeping this office. .It ',ill be unnecessary Twenty-Second District W. M. Gi- Fifteen. carloads of celery were sent The above results show the whisky to be _

in view 01 me fact mat rardeau of Tallahassee and P. B i to northern markets from Sanford one The seir-made! martyr is a law ror-

this county is to have a new court Byrd, of. Monticello., day last week. Forty tons of doe ,were ever. a carefully blended brand of high grade -

house to make any suggestion along Twenty-Third District-A. SfClairAblams ; required for the shipment. Money you bet on the mare, doesn't t and iT |
that it has been
the line of the preservation of records of Tavares. and L N. Withers P. L. Kyzerof Mims has a 10-acre always make her go. disstilled from a cleanj pure grain inas i

or increase of floor epace of ithla office., I of Lake county.TwentyFourth field of watermelons which are bloom- The things that usually happen arethoso The amount of fuser oil and of volatile acids is low >
very .
Tax Collector's Office. District Hunt Har ing He e xpe ts ta snip by carloads to that seem Impossible., .

: We find the office of the tax collec- ris and E. M. Semple, of Key West. Georgia and South Carolina. Adversity lifts up many a ma's whom Respectfully F. T. i

joy In its usual good condition, the Twenty-Eigth District-T. S. Davis Walter Creedle. W. H. Hamilton and prosperity had knocked down. SCHREIBER, Chemist ;; j

: records neatly and'accurately'kept. We and John S. McGiffin. of Fernandina. W. K. Keeney last week shipped the While paying's' saloon the man on I
do not care at the present time to 'Thirty- igbth District-C. O. Cod- first beans of the season from Anthony. the water wagon has to hold on tight "' t

-- make any suggestion as to the necessity rington of DeLand and Frank' Sams, The crop is good and should bring ,A girl likes to be caught gettrn? '1
of vault room for preservation of SmyrnaThirtySecnd excellent returns.A kissed just as mu<:li as she pretends PREPilO.!

records' entrusted to this officer for District: B. Bell man from Michigan says that he not to.Did ',t-
,and II: -- ... I
-; the same reason as mentioned referring I H. MoCreary, of GaUresville: can raise finer celery in Florida than you ever hear of a duvtor telling ------ -- '-- -- .

to the office of' the. clerk of the I House of Representatives.For at Kalamazoo where !this fine table a rich man that there was no hope "'. IJ I

circuit court. the house of representatives the delicacy has become famous. He will for him? : -J'I

Sheriffs Office. following candidates have complied, grow celery at St. Petersburg.The many a man's progress down SAnd the

We find the sheriffs office in its with the official call of the 'party from Cocoa News believes there are I stream pf life is impeded. by his getting STRAUSS & COt 11
usual good condition. AU papers naturally respective counties, ; great possibilities in strawberry grow- stuck I on a bar. -

coming in his custody are neat- A1-achua-8yd L. Carter, R. E. Davis; ing on the Indian river, because it hasa Never judge what a man has spent

ly and methodically kept and to all. and! W N. Sheats. sample berry measuring 11-2x3-4 by the size of the load he is carry: Sole : '

appearance I 'the work discharged in a Baker-L. C. Cobb, C. F. Ba.1'berand inch and weighing 351 grains.A ing. It may have been. a d.'. aUQII.- Owners and Disfrihut. rs.S .,1'
J. H. .
.-. capable and efficient manner. Congleton. Lakeland party shipped sao boxesof Chicago News. .

County Judge's Office. Erevan}-\V. R. Roesen and WadeH. oranges and 100 boxes of grapefruitto OCALA FLORIDA

:. We find the office of the county Jones Xew York last week and received Herbine. ,

judge in first-class condition the records Mobley.Callahan-A., Max Wilson.and H. B. i J3; per box for the oranges and $8 for Will overcomfe ndige'tiorl anJ' jt

c neatly and properly kept all the grapefruit, a total for the 900 I I
: cases properlv docketed and the files Columbia H. L. -tvant.; P.. A. Mote" boxes of $4SOO. cure dyspepsia liver; and regulate kidney the complaints.It bowels .and :-iI

.; thereof lodged in the proper.file cases. \V. T. Henry and M. S. Knight \\.. W. Jliller, of Ranf l'llsays he is -the. best blood enricher and McMillan Bros.;

: Thki! office, like the' others ..inade: Dade-S.. \Vatsonl and George A. cut 400 crates of celery off threequarters invigorator in the world. It is purely 1
Worley, vegetable, perfectly harmless and
r quately eupplkdwith valut and safe .' of an acre of ground and sold it should you be a sufferer from disease, I .'..''.'"'"i'"
rudln. but for the reasons mentioned DeSoto-H. C. Sparkman A. P. Jordan on the platform, for S2.25; per crate last :vrm will use ?f. if YOU are wise. Southern I:"

_. I aoove it win oe unnecessary: rot us and W. II. Ho<)ker. week. This was the first celery grown R. N. Andrews: editor and manager Copper Works

to DuvaJH.. .Melton, C. D. Rinehart Cocoa and Reockledge New Cocoa
on these defects. by Mr. Jiiller.-Xew
E.V.. Gillea. I. York Produce Fla., writes: "I have used your Her Manufacturers of '
V Fan-is, W. MeLDaney
t Turpentine
Treasurer's Office. News. Sti1l
bine in my family, and find it a most
i>o fur as we were able to ascertain : and W. H. Sebring.EcambiaJ. excelent medicine. Its effects upon myself 'I'

f .. the treasurer's records are In proper J. SuUi\' .n. C. M. Coston TURPENTINE MARKET. have been a m arked benefit. and General Metal Workers. '
: J. E. bong and M. Ja All druggists. m _
order oby. -
neatly .arid properly kept and ;

aU money, accounted for Franklin-Jolm B. Ruge, J. P. C. Continues: Very firm-Indications Are ..:....--_- :ii
Jail. Griggs and O. P. Rhood.' All to ths'uood.The S .:
We visited the county jail and find Oadsdn-Ii. L. Edwards D. E. -"'"- Jerry Burnett, ": Old Stills taken in exchange for
the inmates thereof well xifflne. R B. Kemp H. Carroll. second month '\f the naval new ones. Patching I
cared for and through the
_ ;; supplied with sufficient 'good and Patterson W. L. Taylor und J.. H. !:> ores year has opened up as bright as wire will receive country a specialty. Orders'by mail or :i
i Willis. Merchant prompt! attention either
: at of the '
L- nourishing food so far as (their treatment even the most sangJine'f producers I I .foll"wmg works ; ;1
Hamilton John Bradshaw. .
concerned it ds uncomplamedot hoped for. Turpentine instead of .f!
\Ve find the Jail generally in flrst- HillsborouEh W. K. Deckerand eakninij has shown evident )
G f; B. Wells. Tailoring. ,
sanltary condition so far as the build. Holmes-H. decided strength. and has been ; FAYETTEiflLLE, N. C. 'SAVANNAH CA

tog will permit. We find that the ceil1ns Vaughn. well maintained at 64 to 64 1-4 cents. '

? vf Uio flroi floor. IB ruaicd ""through Jackson-A, J J! ia1e.l. Consumers naturally hope for lower Ocala, Florida. t JACKSONVILI.E. FLA MOBILE ALA ::'

: : and recommend that the county com-, Jefferson-J. D. Thompson. James values but their necessities have
1 ailssioners take A. Sledge L. D. Clarke and J. W. Ed- I Finest Imported and* .
steps to ranedy this forced them to buy, even though their I ,
wards. -
i '
defect. Domestic Cloths. .
operations; t>eas limited HS possible,
Lafayette. -D. G. H.:
Poor Farm. Geiger. and their united demands have been ------_-- : -----. -----
i We find the farm jn Lake-S. P. Kirkland, S. F. Smith Cutting a Specialty -
,poor 'first-class adequate to take everything. Nothingto
L condition and the unfortunates lodged and T. B. Lanlr. speak of has been sent abroad yet, Fits Guaranteed. We Never DisapPoint Our Patieut1

j therein well and "kindly treated and i LronGilbert'Hartsfield, W. F. and within a matter of three. or fourweeks'

: everything done 4n the power of the .Banks, W. N. Keith W. LVason, S. there must be some heavy foreign UclVER and MACKA w. Fulfill Every Promiss and IIY.r Kold
lul fall.IfDI&
May. Walker and A. S. We'lls. .
.keeper to ,
carry out the object in"the shipments. The consumers in the WE OUR Stricaure wItoa, the bll. 01'b.Ie sad VMICe..1I .....
: end of this InstitutionToo. :Liberty-W, s. Summers. pain or det."Uoa fri. UiI..S ..
; much United States must also buy more Cured never to retwa ; Ceat.lou Bleo4 TI
Madison-J. E. ..rcorr or _..a.ral0' Lot .* ..aV
Credit cannot be Blanton R. H. Rowe -
given to Mr. Priest, freely, and the outlook for May is regarded .. VICorPo.IUYe11 ear.4J .0 atluudln&bI" psW1S4A
and '
-Ii the present keeper, for the skillful J. J. Dickerson. as highly satisfactory. Foreign -: Tb nr. Llsg Kec1je&1 C.f.&Ii fll' tlno.C,1'Iaaflt.1i4'S2W

nnd humane manner In which the A.Manatee-A.Graham.Marion T. Cornwell and John buyers too, have been I%kiujj ahead \ t IWIQIthsssaLs..... Gf.O8Or(1&. ...... Tor Di.M N.tnatraot 1: liii u.totS evrif'j' f

bU-Uness iii. this UISULLLIJOR is .<"ondurted. aerain. and one or more of them have I tblflIt1t1etathecb1efcomgIMigprraIas lUff Of Ldi44a
-T. E. Biggs, C. L. Dittin beta active Inquirer for futures this _-. a I Our ceu f tb.treatment pijtieiaat or and chrome IBFIevu.dUea_ ........
: We find that the county has a l3.rg gET. L. S. Light and E. L. Wartmann. ,vevk, bidding 60 Hnts -- --- -- ted Oar; -we oBc( use boife nedleal and electrical aitnpiti.
freely for May- s are equipped wlih al tae f.!Taal:. hJIj ta
.: quantity of rood .machinery' on hand 'Monroe -W. H. Malone and Edgar August, and in one instance at least ._Wv'. toatriuee tea I-nr,nolet ray ud )Tns n rat It feet n., .,
Folk 5- to( medical prohaska. O1ulllhefi&
which we would recommend that the 60 14 cents being offered. Brokers 'i-I. I 1 terB In erery "'pec&. and we eaplor tone bat tie _

: .county commissioners dispose ot to vie.Xa.s..au-J.. Keen and S. &. Ogil have also b trying to get some: futures FUNERAL A( 's'%_._,I'. u trained*
_ the beet advantage. in small -' W. employ no BiiieuUng
lots neuu
indicating that "- ecM >>
I -
; We "wish to extend our thanks .to J Orange-B. C. Abernethy. A. W there is considerable interest -in thi : <, :' i'rw; lttrcBar lythii uttntloa.-iioC.O.Oar no'tera or nouked for'reatJllt".,II.eraft ..

the cl "rk. sheriff, judge and acting Shambayer and G. W. Crawford. article in advance of consumers' needs : uee to 110.00 of .per IIIOD'b.(me41cuI tnohaHd)an4 t.' sW&1 we1f.t hoa......
DIRECTORS. cure W1th1D a IPtC1Ae4 .
state attorney for the Osceola-A. E. Donegan and H. C. frfkthcz Ue.WI
maney courte- Dunnsr the wtk the rt' "
; eles extended:! to us during our delib Brj-an. well taken and at the close last nght -1- IfiBEW\J1ST\ kRHfth l1Ieb se Kidney &lid Btdd.f r. cit CL1UTiI =
wqlsg, RLeZa
erations and having Putnam-W.'A. Russell and H. A. Havw a full stock Rupture. Hydroctole
completed our la- pie indications soemed to favor a continuance of Coffins Caskets wrILcuLa.>> "W Dtseaui. Tumoi DraJs Louts. eie.7&taJ'l'1
) bors McKenzie. tnd Burial and maUjiiial
: beg. now to be discharged.LEWIS at .)1 cents. Factors Ii LANG. St: John.s-W. A. M'acWilliams, C. jubilant at the way the market is going services. CM1u CoMIULIIIIG Piiyio4. UDtI&tl1ral Discharges Diseases of Women such .. D11f "
Dupont and I). E. lIS$ and 1ud1 wulnl..u of WIIan.
Thompson. o.dy
l-\>reman. and there is a better feeling :all Embalming to Order Wrl-te leud JOQ nr reprdarouCOndJtloD l1t1r&turl.1DelU4it U you are "rl(4' amJete4. Ora nqut WI
St. Lucie !
-Claude Olmstead.Sumter Wiaks for
around in the trade than _
Why not oomnienve naw to make : -!. L. Futch and W. G. --- AonCEI'BE& -'
arrangements DR.
teen: in the >spring in some aI7S. Not KING cn 1 cep .
I ... .. : L 111.u.l" n.
for .
: a grand celebration In Kilgore. :a. ripple: of discord disturbs the placid I '- - _....... ....nulrr. _lIguu.. u

our town on the approaching Fourthof Suwannee-W. R. D<>rman, .W. H. surfave jf things at Savannah. Buy- It cTil1PayYo I .

July? Why. wait until the last day McClellan, GF !'.>rge W. Umstead and ers are anxious to set the stuff Itwo'd
In the afternoon and then spend a W. M. Ca.son.TaylorT. -- :<-
fwem anti the factors .
are will- -
small fortune in -'
telegraphing for an Adams. ing to let it g) right along on an active - .,;
orator and then be competed to take Yolusia-J. B. Parkinson. J. P. I>it- market at S. #'
prices that A.
mean good .St
l Just such as we .. D. F. ,
; < .m get? Lets commence 1s.D. Morrison and T. J. Spark profits -to the producers.Pales ndley & Co '

at once while -we can have our suffered their / .
choice of .orators and ,plenty of time! I Wakulla-W. B': Dickey, S. P. Rod- consequence:: this week, declines of in You have any Real Estate ,
k waterwhite ,
tn make all necessary arrangementsfor 'denbury, J. H. Gray and J. L. Hall. If tosell, ,
dropping to
$5 and
t other pates and
a grand celebration. Who Walton-John H. .
will set Richbours and
the ball rolling? Our business men Daniel Campbell. mediums in proportion, the daily cl.sIUtatin OR ,! The Pinrjade of Human Sk in
ing ( :! showing the 7
ere all nejoyin a fine trade and the Washington-\\ A. Bryan A. B. general 5- 1 1 Has
:- movement of prices. There was almost ir You're thinking coming been reached In our carriage;; *
prospects for Lassiter '
our little city were and S. M. Robinson. 5
never immediately some reaction IT to Florida
and a recovery for a-home I -
as no\v. Then why not enthuse ot v buggies and harness. The only i nj
: a ortion of the losses
Postmaster Robbed. sothat
and have
one of the grandest
celebrations. t'ht'IJ in this "tate? the close last night the market 1 OR -- S S + they can ever be better is to raise tbe
B. W. Founts postmaster at River- showed, in comparison 'With the closing = ::: 5
town Ia... nearly lost his life and was prices: of the previous Friday You desire to inyest in I pinnacle"- elevate the standard Growing Aches and Pains. robbed of all comfort acovnling to hi' IF any \
losses '0! 40 kind
cents I
L letter, which says: .-For twenty year on waterwhite, 45 of Florida'property, I eventhen our vehicles will beat fo
Mrs. Josie Sumner Bremond" Tvx. I had chronic liver complaint which on wlndwglass and X 5on M, son ;; .

writes. April 13. 1902: "1 !have used led to such a severe case of jaundic K 30 on I. :s on H, advances of TOSEES. : ,- the top, higb !inich
They not
'HallartV* .Snow Liniment .in my fam that even my finger nails turned yel I 5 on G..FVE. and decline S -c:. >- are
Sly for Yftlrs. I wQUId pot be without low; when my doctor prescribed Eec! on G-A. OR 1J. I "'
It In the house. I have used it on my Inc Bitters; which cured me and have The receipts for the week l were 10,340 WRITE -S 'parlces, thoujjb; as to be out vf rausers.

; litle'plrl for growing paints andl ache? kept me well for -eleven" years."Sure barrels and the jxtstH: sale
In her knees. I ucred her right away. cure for biliousness $ were : f most vehicte Lt-t USLIViiRYFEED& qUI)['
neuralgia weakness 10.637 of which 3,375were. "_
; 1 have also used it for frost bitten! J*t .anl} all stomach.: liver, kidney and pales. 970 j1T '
.. With good suceesit It Is the best ,linIment bladder derangrementa. A wonderfy mediums, and 6,292 Hand below. Ros U. LIViNGSTON & $ONS you figures.
Jtaf eve f used." 2&e.. i A. 'Mndi' tonl(. .:;.1tJngs '&t Co" rug:store. !ins through out the line are' nearlyajdollar

: 11.00.'.oJ ''. C$0. <;".' .>"-7"' 1-;t.".. ...1nf'. '.. ., -, $...'0 cent iJ .ri,--: :,,, ,:":' i. :y 43({', ;. .I..m- .". .J' '. above' : the' citations.. per 2SO). OCALA. FLORIDA. : SALE STABLE

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E.I '
: B. L.
Francisco. PATENT. -
-4---- The Democratic ,Executive Committee County Judge's Notice to
Thousand Representf --
Than of Marion County Florida hereby giie.a that we, the Administrators. Guardians
Special to the, Ocala '
.- O f th* Engineers Attending An Editor's, Lame Defense-How tht call and provide for the holding of to the Gover- I Etc. ,
Bienmal; 1 Meeting at Mem- Act is Misunderstood and Moneys Democratic Primary Elections, to beheld Washington D. (L, May Florida, four weeks The attention all Executors Administrators

'" ,tho' Roy..y En- Misapplied. I In'compliance with the laws of department authorities of this notice for Guardians and all other -
phie-Bllng the State of Florida at each polling service has about the following pro. persons exercising authority In any
:-. tertained. To the Editor Ocala Banner: place in Marion County. Florida during in San Francisco and' matters relating to estates under and

.,* One Of Governor Broward's most de the hours fixed by law for the : SUMNER. by virtue of the authority of this .
tofli, Ofla Banners holding of elections on 'Tuesday, the General Greely shall W. ZUBER. court. is respectfully called to -sections :

} May The bien- voted newspaper friends (and he has'few a :15th day of May, A. D., 1906, for the troops from active E. WILLIAMS. 1872 to 1889 InclusIve Revised
\ cnn.
fc. although he 'does not like newspapers purpose of nominating all candidatesfor work of relief and GRIFFIN. Statutes of Florida. relatin to the
of the Brotherhood oftcomotIVe office the and who Charter of Sumner settlement of their final discharge
ntloa to state county, accounts -
$1 W8V ,) recently attempted the first idly as possible. This
opened here to- are to take office prior to primary and removal of, for failure to :
Engineer and only defense which has been pu election of A. D. 1S08. erfcourased for any hereby asso- make such return and reports as are

l6ft .Ith &1 &ttend"C. of more thar! forth-on behalf of the trustees of tm Provided that a second Primary, comes from a feeling for the pur- required by law, and NOTICE is here- .

deIeat It 1=';expeetedktbd L I. JuPi1 against, the charge that when necwsary under the provisionsof cisco has hacl all the help incorporated under by given to all concerned that all -
_'thOusand the iaw._ shall be held on Tuesday. < of Florida appli Executors. Administrators. Guardians -
convention will last abou they have ignored and disobeyed th deserves but it is for profit. and others who have failed
the the 12th Uy of June A. D., 1906, to or neglected -
} & 'sIx *'eksu Is expected that good roads law" of 1903 commending choose between the highest candidates will be with every day's L to make their returns to this courtas

tour Ko""\*lt will come here them to deposit all of the L I where no: {.nations shall not have been .menace of conflict of I .) required by lay on or before the
f'eIIdCDt) addre the made by majority vote Ir first Primary corporation shall first day of June. 1906 will be required .
to Fund then in their hands witt ittveen the municipal
i moneys
c WashlngtllD LUMBER COM
'fI'O ron-I eecbon.! 1 to make such settlement under pro-
t.eation at one uf the 8e8sknsy the state treasurer, t inUrretinK program has IK'enVepIiLreI ': among the 'several counties 'ida, qualified to vote In said Primary !a number of uch Marion Coun with removed from office.

I for the convention and man; i for their use In the construction uf election shall have the right to vote feared that the situation establish offices As these returns are often complicated .
for: other place or requiring the,examination of the
of great importance will conic :I.hard rO ds. This ever-.zealous edltw One tanJidate for Representative in become. lery difficult. It the State nf.Flor- entire record and considerably time
tlJf ons1deratiOU. Among the ddeI''t declares, that the reason why the trustees Congress. I.avoid this, If os>!ble, parties desiring to make such settlements -

up members representing did not obey the law was becaus'by ,Two candidates for Justice of Supreme tude Washington is II. are requested to advise me the '
pteI aw United Court [.il" ttim of six years. .) particular day on which they Intend to
In the
territory its. term the money was directedto alizes that from now on rf the business
i. ,.it and Two candidates for Railroad Commissioners. make settlement in order that I may .
u will ** some pftcmbers from be thus deposited "only after all ob- I take a subordinate : arrange my engagements with others .

$4te3 and ){t ICA The titizena save igatlons are discharged." One candidate for State Attorney. 5th and vll timber and having business at the office so there
cua4& Judicial District. will be no conflict Respectfully,
IlIr the fntf'ri NOTICE OF
tine rrogl'am Here Is what ,the act really : and sell lum-
4i .irxinged a says 'One candidate for State Senator, 20th JOSEPH BELL.
Wment of the visiting delegates and "After the payment of all legal .obligations [ District. County Judge of Marion C anty, FU. :.

Ij sum of moIk'Y lra5 been, sub against said moneys." : One candidate for Member of State In, the County Judge's operate and own 3-2-tf 'I

a urge to' over the cost of entertain- Not "all obligations" hut "all lega Executive Committee. County to prose- -_
jbed I Two candidates for Members of Leg ; \
S. the visitors. I obligations;" not Imaginary "obliga- I islature. To OTTO GROTHE, and operate tram- NOTICE. I'

_' tions" to make a pitifully small beginning One candidate for Tax Assessor. with its business; ;-
,- and control all Notice' of Application for Tax Deed ;
Conference of Charities. of One candidate for Tax Collector.One All Persons
a great public work wblctmust.cost
INati4flhI candidate for County Treasurer.One property; Under Section 8 of Chapter 4S88
the btate many millions, but candidate for County Judge. YOU WILL TAKE any and all Laws of Florida.

Mdal to the Ocala Banner: such "legal obligations" as could b< One candidate for Supervisor of. Reg your property has been" necessary and re- Notice is hereby given that C. J.

If'PhUa4elpbla. Pa, May S.-The lar- discharged by the "payment of"-such istration., der and by virtue of a out the purposes of Rast, purchaser of Tax Certificate

404. hOped. most successful One candidate, for County Commissioner ment issued out of the No 22 dated the 2nd day of November -
t" e.t National moneys as were in hand; not "unag from each of the five Com IlL A. D., 1896, has filed said certificate -
,I-.u.a.i convention o! the mary obligations against the I. I. Fundor missioner's Districts. Court of Marion County, ( Stock.) In my office, and has made application -

f. CaBk n of Panties Bad Cmven- : the trustees, but, SUM as was then One candidate for Member of Public certain action therein capital stock of for tax deed to issue In accordance -

f 13u1 ever held! In this country will' existing "against said monE''sfor One candidate for Member of the tuted by attachment, be THIRTY- 'With law. Said certificate
; the Academy Board of Public Instruction from DOLLARS ($31,- embraces the following described property .
evening at
j; Id hew thIs Clerk hire, for atternoy's ices, postage each of the three School Districts. Packing and Ice Company 370 shares of the situated in Marion county, Fla., -

l JUlie to last eight! days. This la and other incidental expenses of One candidate for Justice of the Peace tion organize and i HUNDRED DOL- to-wit: Northeast quarter of Northwest

t the thlrty.tblrd annual Ve&slon of the administration. And the-very: language for the District In which such elector laws of the state of ,I all of which quarter, section 25, township 11.

I fewM and. Judging from the number -,. of the act implies the legislative in-' resides. itt, and. .you. OTTO stock shall be range 24. Containing 40 acres.
the !
c called for by
who have arrived..hereattd One candidate for Constable for Dis- The said land being assessed at the '
f of delegates tention that any other diFburement trict in which such elector resides. fendant, and that you date of the issuance of such certificatein

i haw registered, more interest has'i required thf sanction of a legislative Each person desiring to have. his quIre! to appear to 'said IV. the name of S. W. Moody. Unless

beea taken In the conference through- amemfnent; such. as was j.tr- name printed on the ballot for ,said the said Court on or .) said certificate shall be redeemed according -
than ever before. Be- Primary"tor state office must comply Fourth Day of June, this corporation : to law, tax deed will Issue
f .1Jt alae country formed by the act itself. with the rules adopted by the State years (99)' thereon on the 20th day of May, A. D.
l aWd the regular delegates appointed Then this editor-champion proceedsto Committee on or before April 16, A. D., or judgment will be V. 1906.

w the governors of the various states declare that foremost among which 1906, and each person desiring his you. The amount ). Witness my official signature and -

i an4 tcmtorief. many wo ninenl man are the recllmation and name printed on the ballot must comply Florida Packing and Ice this corporation seal this the 18th day of April A. D,
Drainage of by a President a
rules of the said Committee
with the 1906.
; walks of We are .here to attend the sum of EIGHTY
tom all the swamp, and overflowed lands. on, or before April 26. 1906. and Treas 'seal) S. T. SISTRUNK
the conference and assist in the This brilliant Idea he got direct from The Democratic Executive Committee dollars. of Directors con- Clerk Circuit Court Marion County ;
4 their counsel and experience. o{ Marlon County will meet at FLORIDA PACKING than three (3) per- Florida. 4-20
work by Governor Broward's numerous publications five (5), to be .
Of Philadelphia have court house, at Ocala at 10:30 o'clocka. HERMAN -
Thf citizens on drainage, and it la only m., on Saturday the 19th day of meeting of the Notice of Application to Sell Real Estate -
.ton freat Interest in the conference fair. to say that Governor Broward May, A. D.. 1906 for the purpose of Vice President and held on the fourth of Minor.

; W for the reception and en- election so held on the 15th day 6f the fourth Tues- Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
Tanswnnt other ; but ,it is also not only fair but May, A. D., 1906. and provided the each year: PRO- guardian of the estate of -
: 1trtiAmcPt'of the delegates the truth to say that he has been primary i is held on the 12th day of of President Ida Morgan, minor child and heir of

c: "part* of the country. The number grossly misled and _badily advised. The June, A. D., 1906, then the said Committee NOTICE OF be held by one and D. L. Morgan, decea.' will, on -
delegates who will attend the conference will meet at 10:30 o'clock on or the offices of Friday, the 18th day of May, 1906 .
Under and virture
internalimprovement act of 1855, of June fur by may be held to the lion. -
estimated at more Saturday the 16th day apply Joseph Bell county
rendered the
II roughly cree on 28th
which .he claims as his authority directs purpose of canvassing returns of such stockholder. judge for Marion county, Florida, at
than two thousand. Among them are the trustees to "make such arrangements Primary election. A. D. 1906, by the officers shall Ocala for leave to sell the 1-3 undivided -
of the
auny distinguished charity workers (not: "paynieiUb"') for-tin. "' Mailethis12th* : day of April A. D., of the ,Fifth Judge Judicial of at this the c first)rpora-an- interest of said minor in the following I

aa4 professional men representing every drainage the swamp and overflowed 1906. John M. Graham, state of Florida, in and qualify: President land in Marion county Florida
Chairman of Democratic Executive
and territory In the United county, in chancery, in a. N. Sumner vice- viz: East half of lot 3. west half of lot
state lands as in their judgment may be Com:n't' tee of :Marion County, Ha.V pending therein.wherein Zuber ; 3, and north half of north half of lot 3,

Stilts.Tbe. most advantageous to th 1. I. fund \ /.ewadski, Jr.. Sec. is complainant, and of; Secretary Directors., and lot 4, all In section 24, township

f. penlng session thk evening Can they show that the reckless expenditure -- Mary" B. Coons and W. Zuber. T. E. 13, range 25, and also northeast quar- -

I. .!w be held in the Academy of Mu< ic.I of the of the fund isjim !- a list of the inspectors and are defendants. In which Griffin. ter of southwest quarter of northwest
sectional and general sessions moneys i-l-rk f' Primary Election to be held cree I, the undersigned VI. quarter and west half of southwest
hat the for the mere commencement of a i as per ul.-,ve call:' in chancery was named ). quarter of northwest quarter and east
Ji, ef conference, will be held in HorttrBltural drainage scheme which must cost Ji.-lri.t0.. 1, Box 1-R. A. Carlton. F. to execute the same, will of indebtedness half of northwest quarter except 1ft

'' hall At the meeting thIsf' many millions of dollars more than \V. l,;.uon. inspectors;' D. A. Miller. ial master. on shall at any chains north and south by C chain
. roft'nf' et-Presidert Cleveland will lle.k.District. Monday the 4th day of Is thirty-seven east and west In southwest corner --
) the trustees are ever likely to receive I 2 .!. A. Pittman. 1360 feet north
Govern- t No. 1, Box within the legal hours and except and south
I' : deliver the principal address. constitutes .such an "arrangement 'John Pasteur, Inspectors; Henry and expose for VIL. by 660 feet east and west in the south

} :> orPeanypacker and the mayor of For more. than fifty years the wise 'I yijtiunk i clerk. south door of the court : ). east corner, section 36. township 13, -

l;:.. Philadelphia! will Become the delegates and faithful men who as state officers District No. 2.-W. Stewman.. J. C. Marlon county, Florida places of residence range 25.
HU'H'I', inspectors: J. M. Robinson, to the highest and the LOYD W MORGAN.
. the delegates 1 together with
and several of prominent
, ( have a administered this law have interpreted cleiK.No. cash, the following subscribed for Guardian.R.
I 'twill make responses. The rest of the these words 1 as meaning and 3. -J. M. Mathews. E. Vaughn, perty, to-wit: 'o,1 B. Bullock. :
' ; devoted to addresses J. K. .Mixson. clerk. for Guardian. f-:'
*v aDg will be authorizing the "arrangements" involved inspectors; Southeast quarter (se : Shares. Attorney
No. 4--J. L. B. Hudgens, C. R. Veal, west of .
various topics bearing upon the quarter (sw 1-4) Ga_....108 -- --
t tr' of charities and corrections.To in the numerous drainage contracts inspectors; D. M. Barco. clerk. .- (3) township fifteen (15) Oa. .. .170 Notice for Application to Sell Real
rt "
I j 1 which they have made from No.. ..-J. L. Hutchins, C. L. Dean in. twenty-three (23) east. Ga. ...46 Estate of Minors. : ,
facilitate and systematIze the time to time with private individualsor spec'ton.; J. J. Turner, clerk. and being in Marion Ga-, :. ,. .46 .
drk of th< (conference it has been No. G--I*. D. Sparkman. L. Jordon or so much thereof as
organizations giving a moiety of I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -
inspectors; T. J. Akins, clerk. decree and costs. .
wh'ichi ,
divided Into plrtcen lands reclaimed to thosewho guardian of tutrix of tbepersons' :
the reclaimed "No. 1-J. M. Goin, Geo. Buhl, inspectors JOSEPH author-

i r win hold separate sessions for the con- them. Not once, in all that ; J. II. Counts, clerk. Special Master in T. N. Sumner 'Carl Morgan and estates and Ida of Morgan Curtis Morgan.infants

, ilderatkjn of the various special fea- No. S-A, D. Mitchell. R. O. Billups, Hocker & Duval, to well known
l long period. has any board, or any, me heirs at-law and children of John
Davis clerk.
I tnr* to 00 considered by the confer- member thereof ventured to cons-trut Inspectors: J. W plainants. described in and Morgan, deceased will on '
I No. S>-W. E. McGahagin. C. J. Smith.
II ace. Every phase of charity work the language of the act otherwise. For inspector; J. S.. Driggers, clerk.Xo. ) LUMBER proposed Friday, the 18th day of May, 1906.
.win be thoroughly discussed and the thetrus- 10A. \Yo Fort J. P. Holly, Inspectors apply to the Hon. Joseph Bell, county
: the present legal .advisers of severally ack- Marion Florida at
I judge for county ,
have ; J. C. Pillans, clerk. Under and by virtue
session of, the various sections that they .
induce them to leave and to sell
tecs to invent and accept Ocala for authority
t No. 11-1'. L. Dunsoe, R. D. "McDon cree of the Honorable
for the
:.' been so arranged that the delegates the new and startling and revolutionary aid iusiH-ctors: B. L. Hickman. clerk. Judge of the Fifth therein set forth uses 'the undivided third interest of said '

will! ,be able to attend nearly all the theory that the trustees can No. 12--W. 1' Williamson Nat. Fry: the State of Florida. In further certify that I minors in following land in Marion
Inspectors Calvin Lom. .clerk. in 'county, Florida to-wit: East half of
of rnietingt ; County Chancery '
do 'what they .please with the moneysof notary pub- I lot 3, west half of lot 3. north. half
coflsideratlon No, 13 -J. R. Thomas. Priest 3rd day of May, A. D.
the State
tha for and
i Among topics without half of lot 3 lot 4 in Btion
the fund. accountability t. inspectors; Henry McQualg, clerk. tain cause in said that commis of north ,
by the thirteen sections are: the legislature or' the people, and in Nt>. 14 -frank Jordan T. MatcheU, wherein Samuel P. J' until my the 16th day 24 also northeast quarter of south-

"State Suervlslon and Administration direct and defiant violation of a stat- Inspectors; J. N. Brinson clerk. ant, and Thomas F. 1&09. v>.>st quarter of northwest quarter;
e of Clurltles: "Care of the SIck;- No. 15--.u. B. Irvine, C. J. McCrainey, Taylor and Mary R .', I have I \ ,"5t half of southwest' quarter of -
Kttle advis-
,' '' ute -something inspectors; C. A. McRaney, clerk. !fendants \\t'. the und and official seal northwest quarter and CASt half of
"Needy Families; "Child ; ing them to doliberately commit a No. 16-G. W. Ellis S. Ramey. inspectors sioners will sell on the March A. D., 1906. northwest quarter except 10 ctu.nx
f "Defectives "Neighborhood Work:" fraudulent broach of the great trust ; }:. C. Douglass, clerk. June. 1906. at the south T. T. MUNROE. north and south bv 5 chains east and
No. 17 K II. u.ltn W. II. IIa- ll. west in the southwest corner and except
t Tra&iag of Social Worker; "Iinral- in them by tbe terms of the -- r. court house in Ocala Notary Public. .. ---
nnd reposed ton. inspectors: "'. C. Crecett clerk. Florida, during the legal 1360 feet north and south by 660
intlr-n "Charit blt' FiMn (,
f ; act and the suffrages of the l'lt'nplt No. is--}"'. M. Townsend. John Kno- to the highest and best feet east and west in the southeast

- "St.'tt'Uc7 bloclw init ctors; P. I*. BillinssU-y, the following described author- corner section 36, all in township 1. -

One of th sutvjw-'i which will! re- j I lI. C. V. Resolutions.The I ckik. 'wit: T. K. Williams in south range 25 east. '

ffiVl' air extra sKire t>f attention vdl. I No. 19 Alex.. W 'nnt' henry Monisun.Insixt Northwest quarter be one of. the iu tons; William L. Smith clerk.No. uuarter md west half h Guardian or tutrix.IL .
? and who signed I
that of "Child Labor. TheKes- The following resolution was adopted 20-G. W. Stevens S. J. McCulIy, quarter of southwest { ( charter for the,. B. Bullock.

?ttons of the section for the consideraj by Marion Camp. No. T 6 United inspectors; T.1. Phillios. clerk. tion 21, township 17 >. ; COMPANY and .Attoinej) for Gumlim1-:.i

j, of the training of social workers Confederate Veterans' at its April No. I'l-J. }'. -Barrett. J. L. Whienant, ,east; also a portion of me that he signed :i -- - -,--
in Hctors T. K. Slaughter clerk of southwest I
; l (
qaurter and
- 'flU be attended by students from the uses purposes t NOTICE! -
meting. 1906: No. 22 Tulley IIlcks n. D. H. Irvine, :21. township 17 south. and expressed. 1
.j\tbool of FJil'unthrrtpy.' of New ni-k. "Ie olved, That ilarion camp No. 56 inspectors; John Walkup, clerk. I to-wit: Begin at I .\ duly commis ':
*&1 the School for Social Workers, requests all "who are in sympathy with No. 23-K. J. Perry. S. G. Lov ll.Inspectors the lot known as the in and for the I The undersigned intends to apply tAt
Boston. These two schools will adjourn ; It. L. Clayburn. clerk. I thence run west 6.23 aforesaid and that Jlon. Joseph Bell, county Judge of
, the efforts of the Daughters of the No. 24-"'. T. Waters Harry Mixv, of clearing given as flot expire until i Marion county, at his office in Ucala.
- tMr 'ensli>ni to attend the National Confederacy)' in the erection of the two inspector; George llu.- sel. clerk. thence north chains, ,'A. D., 190 i on the SOth day
Confremoe of Charities and Corrections. monuments one for the soldiers of No. 25-T. K. Pritchett. S. II. Cauthc-h. 54 degrees 15 minutes !. I have hereunto for leave to sell all the right title and
Students from the Chicago and inspectors: J. N. Marshall clerk. theme north 26 d gre seal this the II interest of Fatn I. Leonard Florence -
the civil
, ciool Marion ("Ountin war. Xo: 26-\'. I). Eminiaor. J. T. Hooker east ..( chains: thence A. D., 1906: i 31. Leonard. George V. I-eonard.
are also here to attend the con- the othe? for the women of 61-65 pay inspectors J. Luffman clerk. grees. east 1.25 ; L. BRYAN. I Stella E. Leonard. Louis H. Leonardand

feretsoe.. Besides the regular routine of whatever they can on or before decoration No. 27 Irvine W-lilioner. I'. 1?. Milli- north 17 decrees thirty Notary Public I I Lucy D. Leonard. minor children

I 1 u.tness session* theie will be afbabe1. day in June. 190,6. to the adju' gan. in' |*.tois: G II Parramorc.cleik. 3 chains; thence north [of George W. Leonard. ceaad. late
of entertainments in: honor ofth minutes west 3.32 chains, i:of! St. Johns county, Florida. in the
tant. E. T. WILLIAMS I No. 28-Gene Fruct. C. U Lucius Inspectors 6.50 chains to forty line author i i following lands situated InIlirluu

vlttlos delegate One of the mostt'ICtie Adjutant. I : B. F.' Try, clerk. 2.45 chains thence south J. N. Griffin to I I, county, Florida, to-wit:
: ';* entrtalnjnent features n' : No. 29-W. 11 Nix. B. O. Webb in I minutes ea.st DO-lOft I be one of the In- Lots, 1, 2,- 3,-4. 12, 1:. 15. 16. 17, 18 '

i ": te,program will be a garden fete on Ohio supreme court has summarily : spector.Clarence; Priest clerk. south 55 degrees, east in and who signed 19, 35, and S6. the east half of lot 41
I No. 30-J. M. T. Carton F. W. Biitcli thence south 33 de charter for and two and 27-100 acres In tIle It.ulh
f ,1M beautiful grounds of lIA'prforll ended the investigation the inspectors; II. I. Sevkinger, cleik.No. chains theme south S Company, and he east corner of lot 14, according to the

-' f'Ilt'n. public offices of Cincinnati and Hamilton -I 31-J. :A. Jones. Jr., I>. P. Payne utes east 3 chains. -( me that he signed plat recorded in the Public Rewint
- county by the committee of senate in!pectois; ,V'. A, 1 on ue. clerk. gTf'15 minutes west and purposes'I lof .Marion county. Florida. entitled -
Bought Mexican Street Railway Lines. the X). Sf W. R. Dieher. S. PJGeiger. inspectors thence south 23 d gI' expressed. i "Map of a portion of Fernandez grant
democrats. The court pronounced. D. R. Zetrouer lerk.. section 21 and loi 1 *
1 ; chains. thence west 1.39 I am a duly com .t and lots 1 and 2
r.' method of investigation uneonstitu !south 5.68 chains to p. in and for the I of section 28; township 13 south, ran ;.-
Special ,to the Ocala Banner: tional. The two republicans who had NOTICE. ling 15.60 acres of dry : aforesaid and that I:II 31 east. H. J. Campbell Engineer:'

I Great Barrington. Mass, May: ?.-V, been appointed to
I" .: S. Pearson of Alford and New York. dt t.1ined. as they saw the in -- I In the Circuit Circuit Court Of Florida of the in Filth and Judicial for I quarter rwr or, southwest of section quarter 21. A. D. 190. t 2-30-5L EMMA J. LKOXAKU Guardian,
I have hereunto
has / I
rirchas J Con-olidated street 'of the proposed iniquity.-National -I Marion etunw-In Chancery.. south. 2G east .
gality range run official seal this the ----- ----- --- '--'
;-.r3.1hru l lines of Mexico City for $6.- Tribune. 4.:: chaInspond, thence I A_ D, 1906. I AOMINI3TRVTRIXS NOTICF OF FI
OOOOO. Mr. Pearson represents an be unconstitutionalIn City of Ocala Complainant vs. C. W. grees 45 minutes. west W. F. STATEN. I DISCHARGE.
English So it !(ms' to Morse, Jr. Defendant. Order for thence north 56 igrA-s Notary Public. I
.' syndicate and has been elect- Ohio for democrats to investigatethe Constructive Service.It west 2.16 chains, t ,

-,, '4Pr's1ent of the company. He i.-? doing of l"e'PUbU-.t..1!. That, lfw k< is ordered that the defendant 34 degrees33 t Ia Cjuuty Judge' Court Maria c.1IV
.'. ,
no Q Mexico and while there herein named. to-wit: C. W. Morse. Jr.. chain- .th ne- i FloriJa IB Ke Kstete of J H4war .
City, .
Ohio. Dcta..w.I
bad for
I to us I and he i< hereby required to r S
,:.f Till .makeom I the appear grees 3(' minutes west
( Important changes in HIREBmn x TO AU.
,.. to the bill of complaint filed in this thence north 18 de of the Fifth Ju I OtTCIIS
the .' whom it conrer*lh.t OB tht
- operating phn of the railway lines The idea of (Jrrvornor Johnson of i cause on or before Chains thence north Florida-In and ij

t. Which are cansMer to be among the } it uorthmore i Monda- the 4th Day of June, 1906.It minutes, west ;.;0 chain :: County In i ut day(of Jut .4. CJ./ .
that w.n
. 04finest..of Minnesota n is further ordered that a copy of 17.83 chains, thence rest I! '. : the n'iterinr1 win IppIyle the Met. JeicpP
?; Street railway properties. Mr. than 0.0110 a year gets a rude shockin teljude ot.aid coart. s* judge of prabatt
tl this order be DUbiisn once a weds p. O. b.. 6.63 acre ; ai if the
It, "earson has puroiuicod four thousand York baseball I Defendant. Or- :. for A final discharge a. JUuinUtri'nf
acres the refuel of Uie Xw for four consecutive weeks in the northeast corher of above i i tsUKof' J. P. JJUwiTdJ Uccrancd. u 4 .* \*'
l ,: of land here for a game pr&serv2L Club Of 573.000 for their cnu>fc Ocala Banner a n wg1Jl.Pi"'r'IJubtiht'd ter-quarter sectkm. run I \ Service. same lime I'will present ta sad COlIn .y hal
.:: Intends to keep three thousand the "Giants." j in said county and stafe.I 1.50 chains, thence south the Deft':1 ant. :, .IJ-'U&lftl4 admlwtraLrU o1"id or.ta&e. 3UI. .
i. ;, player Mathevson' of I I- This 24th day of April. lH'tL t minutes eaxt 3.34 .eh!l" I :_ William it. l> .,\ 'ftr hdr <.p'pt0e'81.
Knil!h shophcrils irtii be em- This ma1l.es the 10,000 beauties of the ; (Seal S. T. SISTRUNK !11 J'gro15 minutes Vet hereby required t>; Ji itc.1 tilts Nov 28. \.U. igtj.I ,

t f 4-.:i, V_ .. ,old days seem rather ch\ap, and !s a Clerk Circuit Court Marion County, thence south 6: degree* of Complaint in Ihit- I< \,.-.ln.iuTatrixKsuteol U.J 0..V .P.tnWu.Wtr.rd .de -
It'e1th the ins'irano* Florida. east 3.95 chains, thence :'I Monday, the 4th ct-a'.e& Iy'iA1d'itir.
: Wi" cio&e the Campaign i in Ocala.'' I price on >\ T, K. BigR, ComplatnaniV Solicitor. chains to, p. o. b. 40 :I --
'is- ,0 officw: x 1 4-27 said scribed Jands in that a cupy of -- --- -

i t chains wide on east side !I once a week
:. candidates for county i.ftces be- The most recent item of political I A satisfied customer is the beet advertisement quarter of southwest \ weeks in the:I

;'4') the prtmar of May 15th will goslp is the nomination by: the men f and satisfaction is not section 21 comprise the published \ :
alnv but onr state. @
at only our gnarantef. Try Dated thhd dayof
Ocala on 'ri i3.Y night. May of lIon. James K. BrcKne
t.I of Gadsdc-n, the White House shoe; gpriog sl.vW I ,OEORRE March. 16. _
: S.0c1c1e for governor of Florida.A. I for men and women jnst arhed.. The t H. F I S. T.,SISTRUNK. ; dAfl BANK DEPOSIT

i out and give them a Urge and Fair. x 1 w.o. : Marion county,

t''f' andienct" .. pair of our White 'UOU. !@ shoes I ;r JuuUJ: BEST
New low I Our low quarter White House shoes Hucker & DuvaL f 11. L. Sistrunk,
: wiU make your feet siad. .d cseapra on eanK Don't oeUy. Writs A-dtf.
Y-: JOHN, M. OKAHAM.Mem. (IUartH" styles justIn: for men and for Men an-1 Women can't be'beaten t. ; I Solicitor D. C. t ORUK-AL B* a BUSINESS WLtEGE'J' .eMJ1&,

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Mr.'What, Julien a Turpentine.C.-Swartz- Buyer one." 'Says.of Sa: I """ ""',!!"",,,,,,,, "'"'''''''''';''1''''' '''''11''''''''''''''''''"" "" ,. '

wtnnah'a'eu-knowq buyers, ,whojpent ..;, ,
three months studying naval filF- "
tores$ conditions abroad the past tinier fill '
1 states ,that there are Jots of inquiries JAKE ,
for spirits turpentine and ras- THE" ,
... ". .. :, "
tea, but prices have not reached what I '.' ,." \
.; large consumers abroad seem to consider .-. .
fair trading, basis. The demand
'nevertheless is good Consumers have ABETEA
jut much if anything in'hand,, says
Mr., Schwartz having let. their, sup- '
piles dwindle down to nothing before POT CROCRY
the advent of the new crop, and are t1H
now making inquiries for ail months !
>mid being for supplies as 'late as No --- : .

vember-December shipment, with firm .
offers. Mr. Schwartz is of the opinion I .,: ....
that a remarkably good year, so far '

a he* demand views it, If concerned.the price is of ahead.turpentine As i= '.\_ ::: : Royal Scarlet Evergreen Corn, Finest to, be Had.. '

{ should get below 60 cents at any time
it would be but a chance shot with a :: :' ':: l Chase & Sanborn Coffees and Teas, a Specialty. .
quick rebound not enabling consumers .. :.:::.or. _...
to get in to extent for supplies. -
any : .
The vast bulk of the crop he expects :t.;.), .'";"""<' :.' ''' .. 0 ....
to be sold at 60 cents or better. While -
there will naturally bs"fluctuations In .
both spirits and rosins Mr. Schwartz FI '! '
U of the opinion that any slumps in I VALUE RECEIV1D
values would be immediately snappedup ,
by large buyers; who realize the .....
Inherent strength of naval stores and ....
the inevitable reaction that would '....
Y ensue In price With the present crop
not any ,larger than the last one the .

made demand, and will there take,will everything probably be that some Is E Is what we give you, in buying your GROCERIES

sharp competition for supplies at

but diminishing been times.the..naturahreeult.-Savannah growing The and world's ea the the necessities high crop prices bas have been Naval are : of us. We' sell you just such articles as you want *

Stores Counting Remw.I .tho Cost E and at as low a margin of profit asit is consistent ***mUtUUUUUUUUUUUiUUUUUUUUiUUUItUUlUUUUUUUUUUiiUUUWUilllli:

the the However end free justify silver desirable the agitation means It. was in employed to 1896 defeat did to !--' to do business on. We buy in large quantities and i

accomplish: that defeat? It is not too

resulted 1896 much to to prevent in say political that the the election debauchery money of spent,Bryan such in .F from_ headquarters, and give you the benefit of our

as was never before experienced in the I
United' S ate.carid from which the
politics and business of this country purchases in small quantities! I
have not even yet recovered. It is not _j '
far from the truth :to say that the t tt \ .
t ...
country has suffered more by reason .
t ...
< of the political corruption of the 1896 I ;,,\
campaign than it would have suffered -*
from the triumph''of ,free silver, lamentable
as that would have been.
Bryan's triumph of free silver would S NO MISREPRESENTATION OF GOODS
have given the markets a terrible
'shock, but Bryan could not have really
done much harm in a practical way,

; tt and speedy will the take recovery country many from years would the to have disaster recover made,from but a : For our goods are sold 'ON THER OWN MERITS, and prices are I

abuse the effects of has millions.been of the brought of political dollars about debaucherywhich in by'the political t regulated by the quality; so if you want the best 'we can supply your .

ca.mpaigns-W3.11 General E. B.Street Bailey.News E wants, If you want a good article we have it too,' If you want a cheap ::

The inimitable-, irrepressible and E article we can supply that too. We have the goods to suit nearly .

'' -only of pretty the Gen.state generally Ed railroad Bailey conceded,commissioners whom will it be seems one to E evervone, but remember that QUALITY GOVERNS THE PRICE a'j, I

be, nominated in the coming primary, I -II ,
was In Jacksonville last Thursday,and --- -
r ... -tit
to be "tickled .... I
appeared :to death" over .
I ,
the of will I
many assurances good

from The our Floridian people.is among ,those who I E. We Have Always Prided Ourselves that our :. .3 !E Ei

believe Mr. Bailey will be chosen for I -- ;
-<11II ,

,along this Ed position.Bailey with :the of rest ooruse of, has us, and his faults while -- .

be may appear uncompromising and f RoaI Scaile.1 e Uiana of oaea GOOaS O S .

relentless hand one as of a foe the; he truest is on friends the athe1I we ,I : ,

bave known, and friend has
ever no I
K ever gone to greater extremes in proving j ...
,the test of such 'friendship..
Our votes are our vows, and we j F And the
Vegetables are best
earnestly and sincerely hope a roa- I very goods 3
'Jority of the white electors of the etate I
may see their way to select a man
t we know they shall never have,cause I I that Our
come put tradeon
3 to regret Ian. having chosen.-, JacksonvilleFlorid up. increasing

May A Neat number Compliment.The of "School-. Education. I these goods justifies our guarantee and .

.'* Minneapolis Minn., contain I ,

.as the Exponent showing following, published how which The we in Florida Gainesville gladly reprint School, lJ'eg"cU'ded I the price is in reach ofull who want 3

s ; by the"educational press oft I
t America, It is a neat compliment to j .....;;}
Florida as well as to Mr. McBeat-h: ....':
"Minnesota Greets Florida.-Teachers I_-_ THE B E ST ;- i.,, .,'.. : ......'f1....
.. .
j--- ,: ,., : "
of Florida you are ,to be congrat- 4 =':,
ulated on having clean, ".T 0"., _, '. ,, .
as as spicyas '
: ': : ...
Eft practical as useful, as common- : ___. ; 1/ :': ., -
, sense an educational journal as Th j I- ....
Florida School Exponent. The gopher j --4"III
touches paws with the alligator -"'-"-.
School Education bids The Exponent t .- :
good speed, Tom F. McBeath shake I I We Keep Store
a Grocery
You are doing a noble work." : Exclusively s

Mr. Villalonga P. Smith, of Central, :
who is a juror at the present term of '
v office the circuit Monday court afternoon., was a caller He renewed at this I.E Where you can get just what you want .' ": ,

his allegiance us that to the this OcaLa paper.Banner This has reminds ,j and at""as Iowa price, Quality considered, as can beboug ; l, I::

been going tothe Smith householdever I ; t\ ;

honored since father, its first, the issue late first J. Porter to his 4 4 ;.. .. .'. Remember The P .J lace '.. MF .....,
Smith Smith, has and been since regular his death subscriber.Mr. V. P. 4 4 '. .. .. .. ,' .' 0--' : :: .

Forty years= is a long time, but we 4 : :.
have been carrying the name of this 4 F 'o"4.: '.
family on out boks for that many I ,
years. j ..
'", .....
Speaker. Cannon has no JltUe trouble .I ,,,,, '1
.In securing a quorum: to do busl.j j .... -
ness in the House these days. About -- "'
one-third of the members of the house :
are away from Washington lookingafter'renomjnations 44.
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and whenever the -
point of no quorum is made it requires .I-- .-till 1
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