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 25, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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with some good little girl- and owingto I Morris life through the lower gradeswas ,

this James transgressed the laws of I. very uneventful considering the MONEY TO LOAN
;, '" his school rathei often, "for even at : records of other pupils; he may have ,
such an early age he manifested an interest received two or three corporal chastisements -
in the fair sex. One very unfor but otherwise he did no( "
To Customer Business'nc
I tunate incident occurred Jn grade five distinguish himself When he reachedthe Every Based on .
-ANDPHOTOGRAPIC- which has left its mark on Jim in the sixth grade Morris found to bis
shape of some scars on hU knuckles.The amazement that girls if considered Responsibility.
: youthful James admired a certain properly exercise a rather bewilderingeffect
bonnie ,little lassie very much, and on one and since that realization -
:; ( GOODS when she showed a decided preferencefor which is inevitable in every boy's I MUNROE CHAMBLISS, .

,- '- another gentleman and scorned life his attention has been equally divided BANKERS.
Jim, he wrathfully punched the other between his lessons and the girls I

: fellow's head which brought about a and only a very discriminative person Ocala Fla. JaIL 27 1906. '.
. AT THE ,
heart-to-heart talk with Professor .
can tell which holds first place with i
Earle, and necessitated. Taylor's him now. Perhaps some 'of the pupils
remaining at home for one week which ---- --- ---- .- "
.. might, but tattling propensities arenot
rather pleased him than otherwise, be cultivated at our school. shoulder and impelling me 'without
1ST OFFICE DRUG STORE it said to his discredit. His four yearsin Being an ardent football plar r, any effort on my part "First I Will
the ;high school department have Morris has gained quite & reputationfor to Miss Fay Cribbett rfJNGS1 -
been four years of hard study, as has himself but this game almos' conductsyou
;been the case with all of us; but it Is caused him to receive a severe punishment said my guide. "Eight years ago !when i

the hard work and study that bring One daywhile in a very exciting Fay left the Ocala High School she I ,
out one's inherent qualities, and bet game he accidentally (?) attended college for the four years' :
ter the soul; It is such charcoal of knocked over one of his opponents, course necessary for the completion of
PrescrlptioQs Carefully Filled discipline and worry that produces the causing his unlucky adversary's eye a future teacher's education. and then. WeHaveNowin Stock "
diamond of purest lustre and brilliancy to assume a beautiful dark blue color, after passing an exceedingly creditable \
; which shines on all objects ground which at times is the prevalent color examination she assumed the po- the Most Complete Line of
with such a communicating brilliancythat of eyes among all our high school! .,itionof principal at the same school
1 the reflection cast, by mere contact boys. The forthcoming punishment from which our class ra' uated. But RINGS that Can Be Found
and guidancechanges all things was averted by a very graceful apo- Fay's ambition "ould not be 'restrained
ATING EXERCISESA for the better. Now at the age of nine- logy from Morris to the wonuded one In the narrow sphere of high schoolteacher Anywhere.
teen. James will emerge from school. ",'Tis always well to know when to so she applied for the chair
BRILLIANT EVENT. ready to fight the battle of life with yield in time," so Morris must have of professor of Latin at one of our Call and See Them. .
quickened energy and abilities, feeling thought.An leading southern colleges. Owing to :
that he has done his duty and satisfiedhis unlucky catastrophe which nearly ner extraordinary talents the professorship -
conscience thus far. put an ,end to Mr. Smith's schooldays was easily obtained. At this
.... "A still tongue governs a wise head'' occurred In this way. As everyone point we passed into some stately W.EIh
,of UM most brilliant oommence- shock of conceiving that and this expresses Miss Alice Richardson knows there is a strict rule gardens before a group of imposing
among you exactly.. All her school life has against note writing at our school. One buildings and stopped before the most
In the hi*', of the have dwelt
,exercises ory these remarkable pupils been characterized by the wisdom and day purposely disregarding this very dignified building of all. Long since
mIa school -was that of the unappreciated and undervalued misconstrued prudence of her actions in all things. wise rule Morris threw a note to 2. the sun had dried up all the glittering
of'1S0," : in many thoughtless ways With a >generostlty unparallel in the certain classmate whose name I will dewdrops with her merciless .nantle
were five graduates and the might prove tpo great and draw forth school she has always been willing to not mention but whose' guilty conscience of sunbeams, so the building was astir
were, held at the First Bap too many sighs for the lost opportunities assist the other pupils as far as was proclaims her Idenlty. The keen with life and energy. The fairy con
q te rcb Monday night at 8 o'clock. of better appreciating us, let me consistent y,1tlher, ideas of right and] eyed teacher 'obtained the note which: ducted me to a splendidly furnished
, i Mat.la the building :,asd the udienc' was not only annals of the school holds a higher' trait-one which has endeared her tt:) Imagine the unlucky writer's anguish!! recognized Pay, Shewas seated by a ,
wt.&I' thoroughly repre- place than ours, :the lass of 1906. We our grade With a commendable forti- Imagine his distress upon having hip desk and surrounded by quite a num- Tte) Jeweler,
t CM, cad 'the class of 190 have always been :a studious well-be tude she has endured all reproaches inmost feelings ruthlessly dissectedfor ber of girls to whom she was Imparting .
.. down to history as one of the haved, sweet-tempered I class, and enjoyed caused by her silence oa certain subjects the pleasure qf alt Since that time some of her earnestly accumulated L-J rand
that ever left this institu- the divine patronage of our great -silence which might have beer Morris has done excellent work dur- wisdom. She was no longer little frag-
Minerva. The guardian ,angel of the explained. Alice Was placed in the ing his years of school and gainedan ile Pay, 'but a noble dignified woman
a1W "** simply decorated with well-chosen few. who this year issue. sixth grade when size was thirteen enviable reputation for the many with an air of distinction that was give up whatever prohibited his >;
ferns and other potted plants forth from the narrow school of,learn I years old and soon obtained quite a qUQl1ties.whoch. go to make the thor- very becoming. Eight years had doings He was happy, and what l-Se'
harmonizing beautifully ing to diffuse their reputation for the with wrought remarkable changes !n one
gifts of
(,pwa knowledge perseverance ough student. With 'so many severe In this old world of oars is more important .
Urt walls of the church, which, omoag'' ignorant mankind. After this which she pursued her studies. It was problems of school life having been member of our grade. at least. .\a
'la two shades of sreen, 'and gentle.preparation perhaps no violent in the eighth 'grade that Alice endured overcome, we can readily see that the I gazed at Fay a longing for the old to our :wellbeing than happiness z,=
art carpeted In green. shocks of those electric batteries reali several misfortunes which did not appear -' rocks of'life win prove bat'sandy beds,, days and the same MUle .girl rose in 1 ? Nothing. .
on the stage were the grad- zation and conscience will assail my very trivial at the lime. Once she magnified by apprehension when attacked my 'heart, and 'then my watt''tfui fairy f Then,.at a Wave of the fairy's wand
,Mis Fay Cribbett. Bliss Annie hearers in too sudden a fashion. was placed on the program for a recitation 'by the sturdy determination ol drew me away lest I become ad in the scene changed. It was night and I '
'MUs Alice Richardson. Mr The member of my grade whom I I in the society work which occurred Morris" thinking of "Auld Lang Sync." So we t found myself in_ a large church illuminated
Smith and Mr James Taylor; I will first discuss is Miss Fay Cribbett i every Friday afternoon. Greatly "Last but not least" comes one who left Fay, a woman admired liv all by many lights and richly .
i. K. Workman principal of the the acknowledged .class leader. Fay i alarmed by prematurestasefright. has never been fully appreciated by who had fully curried out **tr y 1'1-' !decorated with beautiful flowers and
HifH,school j hiss Sarah rl Mcft84 first 'entered the high school in 1901' Alice absolutely refused to even learna the teachers or students-.one whose ful ambition n and was fast mnintin-! ;; pa ms. The church was filled, with a
)fr, Emmett Cow'den, the and enrolled herself as a member of recitation and for this she was detained brilliance has placed her in poition the steep sten* of the,ladder t"'a! nl'. I jbrrfliant assemblage, and there ',was an
of the high &cbthd p.lrt- th$ seventh grade, which grade she In ,study hall for one week. An unattainable by any other member ,ol As we proceeded, my fairy jpi;'la r-->- i air of intense interest pervading the
Mayor McCoaathy. Rtov Ball honored by her presence for about half other time she attempted lo play tru- our grade. namelyat the foot. }'romthic vealed the life of James Taylor: for the I very atmosphere. I gazed around
Wa>)r L. T. Izlar, Mr. L. W. the term; and then was taken away ant in celebration of t>rU Fools Day, glowing le>!eripti. you can easily : past eight rears. "Your classmate entered 1 the strains of the well known and universally
fir B. A. Weathers and R!r.C. by her father who feared the corrupting and succeeded in making only iiersell recognizewhich pupil I mean, but college the year after his ;rnliiati demanded lpndel:ohn's
!" yojiy., influence of city life and college appear ridiculous contrary to previous for fear that jour powers of discrimination -\n, eviwtin; to ilo wonders li the 1 I Wedding Match" ro-e, and down the
Richard McConathy Mayor advantages upon nis unsophisticated expectations.Miss may be faulty, let me say that tU'1y of civil, ensinpo rinsr, nn city of Ocala moat: acceptably little daughter; evidently Fay : Richardson then entered on her ills Annie :Mathews is the ona un- that, the entire college wr s ''is f*"+r- I wedding jwtrty.. In the -bride I recognized
the duties of the presiding must have been on ,her best behavior duties in the high school departmentwhere der dUcussion. Since Annie first entered cial property. The second 'gM' : .>? his another .riassi.hite. like Alice
while at home and have given the she began a course of hard study the school in the fifth grade, her sojourn at school his ron was invaded Flehat&on.1o' she was married amid
t Rain White of the Christian high school good representation for which has been successfully continued life has been one Lag dream of happiness by a body of ghoftlikeM- bt uty and luxuriance, thus carryingout
, mad tb opening prayer, aft- she was permitted to resume her stud- through the entire four years' course'In which Is now ,being rudely 'ar!;'-.:. whose first demand was for sale I her destiny, link how different a
' bIde MlM Janet Weathers played ies In 1962. as a member of the eighth addition to the required virtues of a chattered by the realization that her on Mr. Taylor's part, and the destiny from the une of her ambitious!
- beautiful manner a piano solo grade. During this year Miss Cribbett JiHent! studious pupil, there nu t be school I d.\ys are over and that she must clem4 was obeyed for the unlucky the bad always asserted tl.at a business
-.H8acarUn Dance." did nothing out of.the ordinary besides so'me other qualities withoutwhich no now fnuget how to be a merry rollock- Freshman had never been fownl '.to I Oman's lIos tlon' in life was the
t.t Cf the graduates to speak attempting to play truant;, her courage girl or boy can pass successfully ing school girl, with any thought contend with fiuch visitants in hi slife I only one which would contain Alice
Xf. Morris Hmllh the caption of failed her on ;that memorable occasion through'school life and enjoy the ad- above her studies. Miss :\Iathe\\ has at the Ocala High school so not knowing Richardson And now her longings fora
; Jv4 iwlnj.Our Policy Toward and she resolved never to be so miration and liking of the s-tudent- always been good and a niabl-e with, exactly what course to adopt decided business vocation had given way to
.Perlilpplttet." HI* subject was a rash and thoughtless again. Has she In the estimation of the pupils these no desire to transgress the.laws of her that silence was the best policy. natural instinct, and her lot in life
t OM and he handled It in a kept her resolution? I ask the students. qualities are almost a.s necessary as school only when a favorable opportunity Ills tormentors forced hm to undergoa decided by a power not within her
t manner. His voice was well For some unknown reason. Fay didNnot conscientious performance of school of doing so with impunity presented course of treatment. commonly I control or ours. Here we see how weak
t61., bU delivery splendid andntheluslun appear in the ninth grade, but enteredon duties; and a popular pupil must enjoy itself. It is not within my known as "hazin;?, which sufficiently I are mortal intentions and desires.
of his oration he was her high school duties after a lapseof the distinction of possessing the power to express the good qualities destroyed all his bright illusions cone Drifting away through the air'a
hard with| applause. one year In the tenth grade, where desired traits.. Comradeship is the possessed by Miss Mathews Per ,'> -nlns! college life. His letter home drowsiness overtook me and a* ':t a
.Alice Richardson. In a sweet she covered herself with ,with glory leading principle of popularity; a pupilto cannot recount her many virtues, so the nexi.skel for only one favor dream I saw myself standing on a
manner, recited Tennyson's and, incidentally, ch.alk-dut, as the whom it is easy to adapt yourselvesand the attempt must be abandoned. :per- i to return home, so the stage In a large hall looking into a
'rluineveve"'with telling ef- star member of the mathematics class.It who is always ready for amuse- Thus I Irave, presented ta. yju the hopeful James left college. Of course sea of expectant faces; it was evident
was as a junior that Fay first began ment, is the recognized leader of the chronicle of our grade as' truthfullyas : you desire to know the end of such a that something was expected of'me,
sburus which was compiis-ed of I to display her great qualifications school flock. In this respect Alice has my deficient remembrance and expansive career, so look. (Speaking!" thus she but memory had fled and stage-fright -
r of the pupils of the different and studious abilities and it is hardly excelled, and by unfailing good humor imagination will permit extended: : her hand downward, and be- was in full possession of all my rae- ,
$f the school, then sang, "Ge- necessary for me to mention that from earned for herself a prominent placein There is a secret, ,astounding to relate 10"-- us was Ocala) Rattling down the ulties. A cold horror crept over me,
." the accompaniment being that time no pupil of oar school has our ranks. The other desired and which will disclose to you, regardless street came an enormous blue wogan and without power to move or speak '
by ilrs, I). E. Melver.tDrtoJ been held In moreesteem and respect necessary characteristics are straight- of the fact that in so doing with the white letters' "Ice" adorning I stood there until a hissing started in
'. famous "}'arewel111- than this same little Fay.:' Fay means forwardnei. in al} affairs, honesty on I may draw down the divine wrath of its side. A's I looked the wagon drew the impatient audience, and th n-I
lost none of its forcefulness fairy and in this case the name is all occasions, the absence of tattling the Goddess of Slumbers for my per- up before a stare, a bell sent out the woke with a start to feel the warm
"lien'. at: the hands of Mr. :suitable, for with a magic power Fay propensities and a patience warrantedto fidy in revealing her most precious same merry sound of old, a cheery sunshine streaming in on me and to
:Taylor, who was next on the I has won all our hearts by her sweetness : overcome all the obstacles that are secret, knowledge of future events I voice said "1<>eT' a tall form unwound .hear mama's voice exclaiming, "'Wel ,
I of disposition and cheerful way to be found In a free and easy inter- would not be false! to her but that affection itselffrom. the reins, and out supped Annie are you going to dream all
''J 'Contribution to CI\'IlIU-1: 'of overcoming all, difficulties.! It has course between, girls. Possessing these for my class mate is so greatas James Taylor. James driving an ice d;i\r?** It had only been a dream; all
1if &+''the title of Miss Fay Crib- been \\".whispered:. Fa "5 deportment requirements, is it strange that Alice to make me desire: that each one wagon, and driving |tt with the air of my arid-rings and visions were but
tht son. Her style was dignified would hare exceeded: : 99 every month, nas succeeded so thoroughly in the know 'something of his future life and : one th>rouhy) enjoying his w->rkI the outcome of a supernaturally abnormal -
rw. She showed that woman but for one fact or rather handsome past jeans of kindly friendship and therefore be encouraged when tonight was not able to say one word but imagination.We .
#13Iag the place which a young seniorbut; alas! Madam Rumoris hardly learned but deeply beneficial school days end life work begins in watched him as-he sawed off: the ice, f
FiUzatinn intends that Chris-I always busy ,with some report, so lessons on which to turn her gaze. earnest; no more play and thoughtless delivered it then buying a bag of shall also print the orations of
that sU_ wields a power asa the truth of..this statement has'been Alice cannot resist a feeling of contentment pranks, but true honest !'abjr to attain peanuts, clambered back to his place :Mr. Smith and Miss Cribbett some day
not greater, than that of man. doubted But this one laxity on her and peace that always accompanies the highest in wh'l' t'verath of in thfwagon.. 1 t lowly position, you during the* present -week. t
.+Geeeb exhibited much thought 'part does not prevent the summaryof the' knowledge of deeds life we may walk dissaoplntment, say! Yes. but it was also a cool one, The three young lady graduates In
11. aa4 coos a very find pro- Fay's character and conduct from well performed, and is always the pre- perhaps but the joy of perfect" self- which was warranted to do away with their dresses of 'pure white and the .
reading as followslIs8 Fay Cribbetta cursor of a future as bright as the confidnece and of temptations withstood all hot temper, and allow James to two young men, in black suits madea
ilfilx ilarurka+ played ._ faithful student, of Irreproachable past. always keeping bright and clear pursue the calm, easy and free life picture of beauty and manly strength
l iIfflr IIr likes Jesslelu Martin. character'prnmpt. to comply 'with all Pugnacious is the epithet which best our Inmost souls. suited to one of his temperament that was good to look upon. Each one
*''' followed by Miss Annie her teachers wishes and one always designates Mr. ,Morris Smith and maybe One beautiful summer evenJngr as I Before' I could recover from the various received numerous floral offerings and
1 class history and prophecy desiring to do her duty as far as the u acd as an, index to his character. lay dreaming of a bright life to come emotions pissing through my other gifts, and the night of their
"1ic Tt.rr clever imaginary, ,his. fates permit.A Indeed; we may say that his pugna- colored by the roseate ,rays of girl. mind ths merry tones of a hand-organ graduation from the Ocala High school #
tIC each nember of the class of i' smooth, even temper, and kindly ciousness has been the exciting causeof sh Imagination, a gentle" touch-on my assailed my ears, and proceeding will"a"s be a pleasant and a delightful .
,.It '*u most excellently eonaad I'disposition; will clear: life's pathwayand ,his entire class record. Ever sincehe shoulder drove away all ,_sleep, and around the corner a sight was presented memory to them. -
WU faultlessly delivered: I turn the thistles of discontent first entered the school as a small 1 ookiii5 UP I beheld the most exquisite to me that caused my few remaining I The following beautiful address was
to the "fight- before that mind could senses to depart and ,I had then delivered by Major L. T. Izlar
: ** herewith appended. Into the smiling lilies of peace: and x>y, his way of clinging creature ?ne ,
HISTORY AND PROPHECY.to for this rtrason, Jame's Taylor has ing' chance" has characterized his conceive of; a fairy, undoubtedly, so to rub my eyes to be sure that I was one of the most prominent membersof
gilded peuffully through his school every action. I do not: say that Morris her ethereal brightness and radiant awake. There on the corner was a the Ocala bar .
to the fact that the history career, making only friends and well- is a,"Teive-far from that-but he features proclaimed. As'I gazed up in stand, of peanuts and near by stood a -
ZF.44 both collectively and In- wishers out of teachers: and pupils. Is a firm adherent of the rights of man silent wonder, a voice of sweet music hand-organ being managed by Morris YESTERDAY, TODAY, TOMORROW. '
.:l. tq creditable and reflects James first entered the school as a first and has always endeavored to, vulgarly spoke "Awake and follow m>; tonight Smith; and as the strains of "Uoon. Mr. Chairman Ladies and Gentlemen
. !A4 pleasure to recount: a few and during this year his teacher was him. This quality of Morris has but a dire penalty will be the result. were ground out, a small red 'monkey School;
IustriouS Incidents which have Miss Nellie Stevens,to whose sweet ,influence freed him from the adoption of policy; if you ever betray any of the confidence danced then passed around his some- It in needless for me t> say that 1
ht tarn ..j our class jncm- James owes some of his vir to which all pupils frequently have recourse placed in you You have been what dilapidated red cap for stray pppreeiatebeyond'roeasure the compliment
th.lr enrollment at this tues. Much impressed with the wonders in order to protect themselves. desiring to know the future lives of pennies. Presently when my wandering conveyed in extending to me
'u4 ,moreover It I* gratifying of the school, he pursued his studies 3y' wanting, to know and having will your classmates, so I ,wl1" lead you senses: had returned, and I ha-1 an invitation to deliver an a.dKiw: nh
"'t I,,now have an opportunity with such dilgence- that he ,was enough to know his desires, he has eight years into the future. Come!" sufficiently comprehended the situation this occasion. It Isa compliment, I
may erroneous opInion.| permitted to klp the third grade and scorned policy, and for this alone too Saying this the fairy took ray, hand It did not seem so strange; for fear: which, however flattering to me. -
:perhaps derogatory to our this 'doe* -not seem to, have done him much praise cannot ,be extended; to and away we glided through the windoW in all of Morris' life two things deserving wUl be 'but poorly requited by my effort
Which casual observerlie any Wtious .ltnage. In the fourth and him. It has -sometimes been amusingto and into the balmy night air over of deep consideration in his to entertain this audience "and
Waived in regard to us. fifth,gradesv his teacher'\\<\sIb Irma observe the tenacity with which the land illuminated by a large mellow estimation had been the desire for obi perhaps It would have, been charitable
inning ardent advocate of discipline Morris clung to his opinions, knowing moon .and sending forth the alnln? delicious eatables a.nd.the, con ; If not indeed merciful lor me to
my history, ,a ,Mttlenot Porter, a very
_may be amiss to chose i as -we, all know. One of her In some cases, that they were abso- gleams of brightness from ,myriads, of sent of some one to furnish music for hare' declined the, invitationand per- _
... !O .l'f' fardcd us as such very I methods of punishment was to place lutely incorrect but 'too obstinate to tiny leaves and_ blossoms", .we sped, his .$starving soul. so 4t was perfectly raitied'.those In charge of the' matterto
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: i _". :. doubtless have proven a wiser That by means of"the There la no tomorrow, beyond the pUs of the ,school isr Use o POLICY IPPINES.TOWARD THE PHIL- seeking to extend the r-j(

; one's last will and testa- mere sound of-the word we use. to Indicate ment ol time allotted to ,- navy a., for instance the fIUrr.\-it
tion. It ft, a new field to me
:r never before attempted an -be handed down In his the coming today. The Eternal faithful.. willing work.while The following splendM oration was the Philippines. We call ou."'
) .. any similar occasion- and : to his devices if he would Future may be pregnant with billions today. Today1 work must by Mr. Morris Smith one Christian nation, and a '

gun to'ssrioualy think of what I that 'instrument, he 'nevei of unborn todays spoken of as tomorrow today. If any portion Is the graduates of the class of 1906 seeking tj extend Cbriatlauftr; & <..'
been made to believe In- until their birth but ,not one leave d the spirit that a ,
it must Inevitably a Chrlst1ai'
:. talk about-of what 'would be the commenmecent :Monday night; ,
man of seventy years' silent of them Is yours. We have heard it day when the grand total should to. Shall we exten "
4 to with tolerance if not with "In the year 1520 Magellan a fa- (
:. back said of called to the silent is full tfanlty by use of the
and to
up brought one away upr for every day sword;
ment and approval I confe:: explorer discovered a large ;iJ
land, would stand amazed world in the bloom of youth, "Ah, how special work and cannot be Whv we should undertake -
,found myeslf in a veritable of Islands off the coast of China. ii
at the sad that .full of life, with the demands to fain regard to
: many strange one so part of ,Its the mIlt
maze from which lam by no were annexed to the Spanish
of things which woulc promise of such a brilliant career, defects which have come aliens in the Islands, whflftritories
satisfied! that I have found a and were called the Philip t
almost .Im- be robbed of the useful in the -in ti;.' west
him. It. would be should, many lessness or neglect ; are
tile way out. Tbe confusion ne :-islands In honor of Philip the ea.'nr..tl
to make him believe that he years which lay before him." But 4t terday. If then, 'you iwould cite right to be r presente4 ..'
that the I
great : more thought, of Spain. it'i
lived and'npved and played is not true. :No one. however young lifework a success, be it *!(** I cannot see. We
r fusion ,became worse These islands were captured 'by th? re"on
r In land where marvel- I he she have passed into the choose when the legislating for the
.. a sueh or may you may PhUiPPtIltS .
I almost made up my mind in 176. but were returned to ,.
It would be I eternal Dreamland, has been should utilize die ame time refuse
were possible. ever are over, you to rfTt
safest way out would be a. for the sum of 1,000,000 pounds. o i
Professor Workman Inf him to believe and no doubt !robbed of a year a month-or a day. ment of time and every ritories the rights of atatehood.-
r: that time Spain has had com
.. would be uppermost in They were not possessed of it and hand to master each day's Shall we retain and i1t"Islands
that "circumstances beyond control until in 1893 they were .
-- that he had reached the land therefore could not be robbed of it. thoroughly understand it ? Shall wecontmue : '
--i .. trolpreve) ted me from ; by Admiral Dewey, a provis :
with his beyond, where the fruit No one can be robbed of that he does undertake another. No.one. I'millions for the- -improvement 3
flattering request-
government .instituted and f9r-
1 to Inflict with of Knowledge had been not possess. Today is all that is yours to the top of the ladder of 'Philippines? We have spent
you my poses.slontaken by the United fuJ'i!
_ I have and the occupants were -and but a fraction of that. Tester- ingle bound, but began at i millions on the Islands. /Wi
no doubt many of you
We had no end of trouble in u1d-ti.
the gods. day Is lost to you forever! Tomorrowis and climbed up rung by [have been better to
in wish he USe
hearts 1
your the natives, and in fact,. we thls
ten that note." But. I did the splendid and astounding not yours and will never come to To the graduating class, amount on internal Jmprove
subdued them. '
: It. and it .1 la too 'l late now, and Jn every field of science you! So that what we are to-do in this der you my completely. have been organized in our country? Does not our:

". consolation I offer have been so great and won life, and what ire are to be in the records you have made, improving? Is true
: can you nee I .
all of the provinces but who .
sto stagger the mental facul Higher Life to come must be done in God-speed in the todays built up a great
1. Scriptural quotation, the officers of these governments kverment'f t
tribulations we enter the : "every-day" man and lead thework of the todays which may be yet come to you. You are United States but
: therefore to out each day for some new allotted to us. sever your Active I are Americans who have gone proved upon. the large ud be,
by my failing I
to the "make for-
I In which he had only hoped to The lesson of this address to the Ocala High school and bid g Philippines a money that been &
note wat
succeed m \1ngy h
The i
out .of the natives.
by affliction ime t he "shall know as he Is principal and teachers of the Ocala its familiar grounds and ignorant Philippines had been used ;1
step &
) "higher life" I will not regret High school-aye, of all schools-Is halls. I am sure you will : of government in.the. Philip the great .curse -graft-wpuld.1'p

things have come tq this: To you is committed the mental back to them with s'ls very similar to .the carpet, .bag. have .
:' my effort pronounced a fiat "y a purer and: more deadf! .
'. you who. only yesterday were days ad we are using and moral training of the children the years go by you will j.yln" the south between the=years government? But instead of'

: lo.wer down on the scale of the' our pleasure and profit-bu who. in a few short years will enter memories and recall Its $ and 1876.We ing t cure this curse, we am

life" than Iha.ve fOr do they do the Pharoahs upon the stage to play their respective with a growing fondness anI have taken possession of these territory over which it ma
< by
__ : tion to/occupy'today. .the emperors, whose mum- parts in the drama of life. Soon "silver threads" begin to and are using them as a large buying the islands. ]Imi

_ :. entombed in the splendId they will be called to the "gold" some of for graft. What voice in the gov We have
Yesterday What ,have we upon assume your spent fully '09 mnij 1
with yesterday? Yesterday, of the Ancient World, for the high and resposible privileges of itations will be to pass in of the Philippines have the the Philippines to improve thdrlf

_: millions-of counterparts, lies that in the Yesterday of citizenship in a country which is foremost memory's silent galleries the ? The English school teacher ditton. Do not

In the Irrevocable Past We they were great In their day of all the nations the earth in scenes and.the faces which gone*o the islands and given some lakes need Improving ou hr? Think rlTerj"
naught to do with the last }' over a people advanced in the rights of the citizen and the Important elate themselves with *V the natives a fair education, but could have g

t nor with the innumerable dead sciences? That they knew part each plays in the government schooL arevryJev of the natives who pzemens' and ben inai] ;

days which lie burled in the many of the wonderful A government where the combined Some of you will given some of the natives a lion ou dollars! rver\it -

.:, Past It as the others is gone things which.-we now know people-the majority the sovereign. colleges and universities to lr education, but there are very few profitable to invest Woud i this o b

__ -' .. resurrection and repair. Its and that the knowledge of A country where citizenshipmeans higher upon the foundatl : the .na'ivt's who have -sufficient where we could see the fu":"

_ made up arid lies folded away lost ages ago and had to be more than in any country laid here while others of y.. &; of the English language to and enjoy the prosperity 'bl that .4)

:: predecessors which began at In these later days? Xo known in the history of the world. A be so fortunate as to enter the civil' service of the govern- bring than to lnn in a i

'f of Light and .for unknown come to them to know-If country where every man is at leasta institutions of learning ent of the Philippines so a very of islands inhabited ll by Malay l

; ,. followed. each other until now ? know-that we know what part of .a king and each woman a forth from here to rub majority or the officers in the Chinese, and in a place where **t'a

should we wish to unroll the knew. They knew-we whole queen.. A country ,tbe leader in angles and join in the service of the islands are Ameri only! : read,oft If all the Q
and read backwards when It was lost-It Is found-to be "wealth power and scientific discover busy business :world. ns' who.....are. ,either retired 'soldjprs the Philippines are true stZ

yond the power oCmor !l g ? Who knows? Verily, great les, mechanical inventions and enlight- To, the first I will say, men who have gone thereto sim to do is to read of the al wft

-V alter the' record of a .single. Jot been accomplished ened ch'fUzation. A country ..which in record you have so weJU get all they can out of the United tainly not to see isiand. We a

tie? Why be1" ''reminded, again ever done yesterday-no little more than a century and a quar- Reflect credit on the government. If we read the re- wealthy nation, one of the rich ;

mistakes-of ow'iaIlures-of' was ever brought to light- ter has grown from a babe in swaddling have laid the corner-stone from the different districts in the globe, and enjoy the rights of |
lected opportunities our ever made-no pleasure clothes into a giant whose progress Many difficulties lie before Islam's we will find that they are men. Why should we wish to
: es
our hypocrisies- -no sorrow ever bowed wealth and powr is gazed tangled problems to be signed by Americans. We never
upon the liberty of the Filipino? We-
_t wrongs by commission- and I passion ever flamed-no by the civilized nations of the world, none are insuperable to a Filipino mentioned as a govern freedom. Would we like fre

when It onlyvadds. stings. of. .. I ever acquired-no love ever not only with wonder and admiration, and determined. Aim high of province, even though the same to be taken from us? Would ou
life-no bliss ever ela.ted-I but with alarm. to the Is his home and the'home of Il'l
shame level of
.and and confusion to up your aim. England to come here and
; we'cannot erase and'amend that ever shed-no smiles ever To properly qualify and equip themto of the Fountain of forefathers. We have simply gone session of t |

is unalterably recorded. ,Wny 100 : -no 'one ever bom-no one discharge the sacred duties and high learn Wisdom as the todays the Philippines, have taken com from all ou country; shut a*
representation In
_ at. the picture these dead no ambition ever realized- responsibilities which will soon devolve hot weary In well-doing, possession of them and have shut government and tellus -tiat ou'oq'

would disclose to our view, ever won-no defeat ever upon them as citizens of such season ye shall reap, if ye out from all representation in wished to use us a naval base-ISe.i.

ourhearts harrowed our NOTHING ever happened a splendid country, rests largely upon Is the promise of the own government. But neverthe We would a resent thi& Bat fcsf
turbed and the fires of our n EVERYTHING OC- the teachers of the schools of our land. mountains of difficulties we call ourselves liberty-loving. I,we:0 not treated, the ignorant FSfipijIin

bum with fervent heat when Next to the home-and you win par your front which for the this manner?* We Christians
L 'What IS and think of what the dead past bury its don me if I think It a debatable ques- weaken your courage and Foundation of Our Government.On tion, uphold in a remarkable a *2

: HAVE BEEN" Why have our we take thought for today. tion whether or not you are first-the despaIr. wipe your wearied what principle did our govern great way
i- bowed down In sorrow and in Sacred Writ to "take school room is the work shop in which take fresh courage have its origin Was It not as would'la."D. them-do others a j&1

dering on despair when we for tomorrow," .and it is character is builded-the factory from beyond Alps lies Italy," Ben Tilllman said in the senate, Since we.call ourselves unto YOI"a Carfs&i]

_ / the skeletons of disappointed tshould take no thought for which our future statesmen scientists, the path to the land of the principle that colonies govern- nation, why not give the Filipino

.- of blasted expectations,, unless It be to avoid the heroes jurIsts,preachers and teachers- rough, end the conflict to from abroad arbitraily is tyranny, freedom' ?
Why him
broken., love grown cold aye, we made-'and in the today in .fact our everything which goes to great still when the \"ictor we have returned to' the policy equal footing with other put small o f

1i Faith Itself slipping away i'i' the wrongs done in the un make up a citizenship worthy claim you can look back over the England which our fathers over .Surely _
we are cott&sj 3
; ": ,feet like a running stream. The yesterday; which was our such a country as theirs and to con- where you fought out the '" at Yorktown. Is it right after keeping him in gn -
which bloomed along the )'. We are also told in the tinue its progress and prosperity; are know that you have laid up have become a great nation to de PSsOI|
we put the Philippines $
path-these, too, have withered "Work while it is called moulded.. selves priceless treasures a principle which we had to over- on a
,2'j footing with other small nations,
r *and their fallen petals lie that "Now Is the accepted Into your hands our children are "neither moth nor rust before we could become Inde- sure that nation will stpf I

into dust The perfume which then we are to accomplish committed at an age when minds and nor thIeves break through : ndent? and a.r take control n of tie

haled of them as we treked the In this world-if we hope or hearts are open for the most lasting TQ those who may not be Improvements. the Powers would not fla4{? ,

1t: : journey on was in Itself but leave our impress upon the impressions. At, a time when each child to pursue .their studies in Since our government has taken Let the Filipino take his posHioa'f

_ ; dence even then, of incipient which we live-if we would carries :with him a mind an
Let the slumbering yesterdays us a .r .cord we wish to a tablet of wax upon which you imprint here to join in the improvements on them. Many world m.
for himself if
name or, he Is
on until the scientists i,f -if we wish to achieve the most enduring impressions.It busy world I would say have been spent on improv
to dwell forever wig
In the
-j wake then: up. any field of life, it must be is then that the corner-stone should very best use of the learning Manila and the other cities of the .

Archiologists have gone Today all the time we I be laid snre.firm and strong, of material acquired here. The fewer the The rivers. harbors and means should we tnterert. Let hira law i
r neath the accumulated debris evea that is meted out to I which is smooth and polished have with which to work communication have been improved freedom; him enjoy the rht

__ p of yesterdays and unearthed the : moments too precious to and. -without flaw or' blemish. Upon this life-aim the keener you But what benefits are we a free people. Think of

1 of forgotten cities and brought idled away. Today is 'preg i cornerstone the whole superstructureof the edges, and the more to derive form the vast sum ness that we could give the bla :"
by giving them their freedom! :
many treasures and valuable Its own work which must : character, moral and mental must should become in handling in the Philippines? sf
Since i
millions $
we have spent
: which enable' us to go back its fleeting hours or be erected. As the years go on, from have in hand. Do not lay what great improvements ti
millions of dollars in Improving |
very day-dawn of history and undone. Each today brings session to session: the great work of books nor cease to study -be made in our own country with

the rise and fall of empire and and special duties and I character building progresses.. The upon what you now possess.: : great amount of money- that we Philippines and have 1\eivt no bes,

doms -art*, arms and which require every mo men and women who in a few years and women have gone out of invested in the Philippines. efits from them; since we are restrW|
: toms and habits of people who day to perform, and hence are to take the places in all departments ing their names high up in the amount of money that Is Ing the freedom of the Filipino .

in the yesterdays of centuries t carry over any portion of of government arts, science of Fame, who at your age -not their salaries-by the gov- Wt ourselves enjoy the rights of a frt .
of today into the of a few of those people; since affairs are in such I.
themselves have grown hoary. : coming to- professions and trades which go to book-learning than you but provices dur-
these unearthed records and ( we call tomorrow. to- sustain and advance the superb position sistent effort and self-study one year we could build a fine state as I have attempted to tboijt ;

c4 W3 now come to: know as with more dutlts and re- which our great nation occupies up stone after stone of for Ocala. But Instead of giv why not give the islanders their Ii* t

many things which for than we are able to per today In the civilized world. must the foundation they were : Ocala a government building and 'erty and the rights of a free peoj&l :J

__ come down to us as uncertain allotted time, if we squan- come fromthe *hooi rooms of today. enough to have and in the that would do credit to any city, and why not give the the rg t|

I: i' tion.. Evidence is found which away and undertake to do The statesmen and indeed. everything on by an government expends millions and form a government which wl m

D the fact upon us that many of which belongs to today which is essential to make up a nation dauntless ambition. reached of dollars on a government to them and their teri1- 1

I :, I called modern achievements in that ever nestled in the of free: prosperous and progress in all, the spheres of life the nine million :Malays: in the Liberty Property and the Pursuit ef

_ and sciences were known and -every aspiration a hu ive people largely depend upon the their names down to us in and builds fine govern- Happiness? I (

*, by people whose past history has ever cherished-everj molding and shaping the youth of our examples well worthy of buildings in -which to carry- on .

1 few years ago largely that ever quickened mor country receive in the school room and and emulation. They made g'O\ r:1lT'nt.e At the beginning of the term D|]

; mythical. People had had was born today! especially in the elementary school a success in their chosen I can look anywhere and see Lindsay oEre a medal to th* puJ

:, high state of civilization and that we know all that rooms, where the foundation is laid can do likewise. Have a the money that is being wasted In the High school department

: wonderful, discoveries in the and all that we have is to- which shapes:. the future course and in life and bend all of your -PhlHppines could do a vast lug the highest average i solahf.

_ \. and whose genius had thought mortal life Is totaled In marks the destiny of the young moral mental and physical of guml. The Philippines are and deportment for the 'hol YP5!. ||

:: constructed sfeat. things in \' all important that 'We How important is it, then that the of it the best results there M to ba a wealthy group of This handsome trophy vds ,'o ifj

,and mechanics. People, the it with the utmost care foundation be laid upon a rock.plumb. and you are bound to '(' and Indeed they are great pro Miss Fay Crb t her average. fr t

_ ; '. of Whom now. are but and economy. Use it with square and level-and not upon the an
: and it is left to the learning and ; we may prevent mistakes: sand. All of the frills and furbelows of well your part. there.. all other products. But are we going closely followed by M:s"C'

of others to reveal to them what : bring about Irretrievable mental architecture, however beauti- lies". continue to take the wealth of the Mary Burf.r.1 It!i

: and powerful people they were would wreck our f nJ- ful and ornate they may: be. are but To those who will come froip them and use it for Martin and Maggie LrU. \ i.d: ,

: forgotten yesterdays tvnlcb! lie success in our chosen field as sounding brass and tinkling 'cymbals the Ocala Hi.sh school, let me own gwt and are we going & the second place h. nnr--.

in the tomb of hoary centuries! time. A small error in if they: only adorn a structure the you learn from Nature's a tariff on their product and cam- The: medal wa, irest-' :,'

t: J do cot mean to detract or equipment of a foundation and bodywork of which is the vacation. Study the trees, them to pay and then tell then Cribbetr by :U: L. W. DU\d' .

from the great work of might result ina defeat faulty and detective. How essential, ers, the streams insects, we are taxing them for Their remarks were beaatifui. .lill.fnpri

entists .and Inventive :geniuses overthrowy empire! A then that the work of the school room all of these teach priceless Do they think that the tariff and came up to the fullr.tions .-' C\

learning and careful labors in calculation might cost be carefuHy. correctly and thoroughlydone. us who claim to be at the i for their benefit? No! For what of his frend. l

I brought back to us the dollars in the construction That the work of each day bea II,earthly creations. The Great fit could they receive from us-.a" :Mr. B A.. Weathers : -j'ernher

startling things which were lost tunneL The misstatement finished product with no error how ..of the Universe intended who are compelling them to the school board. uas sriecirJ t-> :

ruins of the ages long gone. for ; fact may bring us to an ever small; if seen passed over uncorrected ,should learn the lessons. : a government in which they liver the diplomas to the y..un g

have not only done that. but conclusion in the most care for, His handiwork spreads out very little or no represc atatiob. uates.. and he rrfurmt- thu- duty .

: surpassed their ancient re ''I : argument on which the, "A pebble in a little stream may e -e:;,-anSI through them get this right? his own pleasing manner As t1C:

: bringing light the unseen or death may depend! : change the course of .a mighty Him. The more we learn, of Cenefits. was growing late. Mr. "eaher fl'1 (

-_ known mysteries: oj Nature and use It with diligence that river things of Nature the more bought the Philippines in order Irks in conferring the diplomas \e1

:tis how to utilize them for our belongs to today should And a dewdrop on a tender plant may of &id and the more we we might have a coaling station bsief and In excellent taste. J

- :: as no doubt the Allwise unimproved. It is indeed warp the giant oak forever!" up toward Him. In ('onclu () our fiE'eton the way to the Far Thetthorus then sang two .

-, the very .beginning that we !' ""there is.-a tide in the at- What a grand and noble professionis bid you listen at the lesson of Ai least this was the reason songs. "G of the atitns." and &

- : : Their work is Just as great and ." and it Is l also true that that of the educator? of our children -at least one lesson which >va.- ?;Iv..n to the wt.rl\ but the : liJ' ftoorus." after Whl"r tb'

honors jut as deserving as if taken *ut the flow." It will How much the greatness of from them: reason is* that we are forever benediction was pronoun.erf ty' R.

_ : 'world had never dreamed of the forward or backward country and the happiness of the coming "What is it. then that the to .extend 'our possessions W. f. Lindsay, f PresV
:; :
- taifons they are bringing to will or wish, but you homes Is dependent ,upon the faith forth. a""greed for gain 'never be satis .t

i-' this sunlit age in which It Is our it. It will not rise to some ful and efficient work of that grand' As they speed .a song army. ? Are we going to overlook the t ran church of this cit\. J

-1 .....: lege to live. T discoveries: of your vanity IDahate army of men and women who dominate Qutthe earth. doctrine? -What benefits: are .. t

century "have bee marvelous '1'11 to wait in listless apathy I the school room and devote their Each tiny throat vibrant with going to receive from the owner FRECKLES .
ident -"seventy years ago knew away life in the seductive !lives to the building up of a noble request I of these islandsWe certainly AND

_ : <," tie of the growing :' where you have al- 'citizenship for any country-'but. most The heaven-heard prayer of : not received any benefits from REMOVED la Tea Days.
T' :: .steam power and knew that the to become fixed of all for this unequaled country of pitants breast: ? yet. although we did provide a '
:; : "engine' was a wonderful ,' highest water-wark of aU ours. "Who rocks NadmolaThe
: : the cradle. rules the 'Buid, build, they aresaying, r place- for the Taft commissk a to Lr'
: .leL never dreamed of the uses to ; I. but It surely comes to "M-orld7 is not as true now as It was yet it is mon; :. I .

l '., it is today applied. He knew i fortune" those -who: are when the school rooms were not filled While the dew's on the web us suppose that we did buy this __,_ Cmpluit '
ttf the :Primitive method of : active in the judicious im- with the little to p-'
ones from six years web's: on the thorn; use as coaling station. or Bautfer
J : -: 'messages by telegraph,but would I of every occasion however old. .and upwards. There has been an Build truly build gi-mly.: with as a nava base. Ar- we IIng' !-j-. d, ly tOiM5J ; .:<
: :. -: bought jhVinan who told t Its "flood" Such : j
: :: ', crazy an one evolution of the school house and in high art ,\ r seek rr.ea-ns 'o make our na 4 o gnt a
-wi: : '. '' !that-after'a' while- messages w I to find an occasion and Is these progressive days/the character -- ___ tarant11dtoremovcA
.:,. kiudergar- On. your mansions. a powerful one in war? Shall we :
- .': ,:, {jpentfiijva.: received by wireless, I with an Op\' "tunHy Such ten largely takes the place of the cradle and of heart: learn that to be powerful in a acI ducolwltwas
f' .: _,? ;phy. Ti\aCJle ?W6u1d, whll. always come today! D ;M and restore
<,'.-.t : -at least of the nursery. All hail And, sing while you work, should not be the only ambition t
iards &f iftUea apart. convene -
: ; : : I yourselves the dream ro the faithful teachers Leautyofyoutli.Thij
'- of the young thems of praise country? Although we eter
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::- '..:;;- < >v go 'unsung1..The For tomorrow? Today and ; 'passing for the construc nat aa
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The board of control and faculty OUR COMING MEND

1 jfr. Sty '. Tlmmons of Cltra. was In ;and the student body of the Unlversity !- Ir

,the city Saturday. : of Florida) at Lake City, have
1, -- sent out
invitations to their commencement -
The Character of Pupils the Ocala High School
bits Henry W. Long has gone to exercises which will be i

Quincy to sPend several' .'Weeks' with held at the university May 27-30. I Is Turning Out.In II \ cpt

-R: her sister. The program to be rendered on those
days is as follows: I -.. -II
}(r Jules Cohen who has been vis-' Sunday, May 27. our Saturday's issue we gate a In SSI at the International Electric i l

r,.: \thl in Jew York city for some weeks 10:20 a. m. . Baccalaureate sermon full account of the closing exercisesat I exhibition an electric railway was j l
vast has returned home. Rev. W. X Hob&on D. D. the 'Ocala High school of the 8th worked ,
by the Seimens brothers
8:00 p. m.Sermon before Y. M. C, A. "" sde.
:, 1ft. G- B. Tankersley of Coleman The President of the University. aster hen Todd won a gold medal I which carried nearly 13,00'' people every -

i '\'as a business visitor to Ocala on Monday ,May, 28. i',, fur the best display of oratory; Master week. '

Saturday, 10:00/ a. m. . .Declamation contest George MacKay a gold' medal for {I From this the people got aa idea : : ; .'\ ,

was 8:00 p.m...... ..... .. ., .. Debate the best: esaay. Master Todd's essay I I that electricity was a cleaner *
Another little son ( to the and I
Between the Delphian and the was pronounced the next best and for I 1 i
'faJnUy circle of Mr. and frs. Rich- healthier than steam, and that it
Jacksonian Literary Societies. r hici he received honorable mention. I
e3 'ard S. Hall on Saturday; May 19. could be used instead of
Tuesday, May 29. For the purpose of showing the to run

Miss Elite Reed of McIntosh is the 10:00 a. m.Gymnasium exhibition character of these essays we take street cars. '

F attractive guest of Mrs.' J. K. Moor- 4:00 p. m.. ..,..... .Comeptitive drill pleasure in printing them in full. In 1SS3 a railway six miles in length 1Y, \t Yz.

J1e3.d for a few days. 8:00: p.mOratorical contest They are certainly meritorious pro- was open in the northern part of ire-
Presentation Medals and Prizes. ductions. land between Portrush and BoshmilLs

jlr. Claude Lavaron. of Jackson- Wednesday, May 30. on which electric cars were run .suc-
9:30 !S. i s S x a *
: tille; Is visiting his uncle and aunt a. m.-Graduating Exercises. cessfully.
-', Mr. and ,Mrs. A., E. Delouest Opening Prayer. RAILROADS.s I In all the large cities of the world
3 #' 4 ,
Salutatory.-Mr.: W. A. Munsvllj{t 'and most of the towns electric cars are ,

biro W, F. Yocum of Eagle Lake Baccalaureate Address. .. .. i Ocala HIu<;h School Prize Essay by used.

-. is ,visiting her daughter! iirs. William eo eo. ...lIon. D. U. FletcherEssay George Louis MacKay. la 1S90 there were over one thousand -

-r. Gary. .. .. .. .. ..eo. .. .)lr. D. D. Davis The first railroad was made in the miles of single track and'in 1902

Conferring of Degrees. coal section of England for conveyingcoal there were over twenty thousand miles.

While a stomach and bilious attack Valedictory.-r. A. :\1. Henry from the mines to the >ea. I There are over sty thousand elec-

is decidedly unpleasant ,it i? Benediction.The In those days they did not have hard tric cars in use and on these are carried I
quickly over when ChamberalinSs graduates from the institutionthis roads like we have now,and the roads over four billion people every
Stomach and Liver Tablets are used
For sale by all druggists. m year are as follows: that were used for conveying coal to year.
Masters of Arts and Science- the sea were hard to keep in good And I believe that as steam engines KYn

,Mrs B. A. Inglis and little son returned C. H. Ferran. A. B. order so this led to the plan of laying have taken the place of the old' wooden -

to'their home in Madison Sat- W. L. Floyd A. B. planks or timber in the holes in the carts drawn by horses electricity;

: urday, after a vist in Ocala with Mrs. L ,C. Jenkins A. B. road and then to laying timber flat will take the place of steam.

Inglis parents Cot and Mrs. J. II. Bachelors of Arts. and'Science on the surface. Railroads have done more for the

Livingston.. A. C. Evans. In 1676 tramways: were built from progress and civilization of the world

R. J. Evans.E. the coal mines to the sea and a cart than any other industry.. I EDWIN W. DAVIS.
Dr William Anderson and Capt. G P. Green.A. was put on this and the wheels madeto Wherever they have been built and I .

T. Maufhs have returned home, after M. Henry. fit the track. This was so easy for operated new towns and cities springup I The exceptionally fine race made by Mr. Davis is a native of Ohio and
-e.' ten days fishing trip. They had a R: A. Munsell. the horses to pull that one horse could with new industries. Mr. Edwin W. Davis for,state attorney came to Ocala. :when quite a'young '

big time and enjoyed some splendid C. O. Rivers. pull as muchtas .,two. or threei.on ordinary ,'And if'it were not for the railroadsthe for jthe fifth judicial circuit must have boy and attained the position he now

; ftahlng. They' landed a tarpon and a W. M. Rowlett. ,..' \ jj.. r roads. great industries of our country been as gratifying to himself as :It is occupies at the bar under circumstances
number of, other;big flsh- FrankWeller.. Some people would pat in iron rails could not be carried on. to hIs friends. whIch would have discouragedmost

H. S. Woodberry. about two inches wide and one half He carried ,his home precinct, showing young men, and the determination -
W. T. Gary and }frol. E. T. Hel t his
Mr. inch think on the wooden track when 4 s e s s s I standing and appreciation in I and courage lie displayed! helped
venston will go to Wekiwa Spring MISS POTER ENTERTAINS FOR the city of his .
adoption and
tt carried
they.were worn. The; cars ran so SWIFT'S STOCK YARDS. largely in gaining him the signal victory -
''' Monday, to ,spend a. week. Mrs. llel- THREECHARMINGVISITORS..
: in
,. easy on the iron rails that the i ople S s o. e s s s s every county the circuit. he achieved last Tuesday. He feIn
Yenstoaw111'then go to Dade City to Saturday afternoon- Miss Valeta began to make iron rails instead of Ocala High School Essay Which Received Ile received as handsome endorsement the prime of life and It -believed
upend a week with her stter. Mrs. S. as it was possible for his fel- that he :will make
Potter wooden ones. Honorable Mention. a very popular and
gavea prettily appointed card
D. Turnley. low
in citizens to give him. able: official.
party in compliment to Mrs. James The firstIron rails were made by Ben Todd.

: The commencement exercises of fie! \\. ?ll D il. :Mrs. James Wesley :Mc- 17S7 by the Coalbrookdale Iron Company. S 'itt's stock yards are located In -- ---.- ,
graduating. closa of the Ocala High l\f : :ll and Miss Jessie Bodiford. all The rails were made with an the city of Chicago, because of convenience --

: school will take place at the Baptist Gainesville edge on them to keep the wheels from of getting stock to market,

: church tomorrow night. This morning| This,was the first time that quite a coming off. but the sand would get oa hiring "help and, a'convenient railroad Ocala Furniture
the rails and the wheels 'would roll
center. Company.
at the same church the baecalaurctcsermon [number of Mrs. Dell's friends had seen .
t- will be delivered by RoV. C., CV{her since her marriage to Dr. Dell last off the track. The first thing :you become aware of

:, Carroll .summer and they were delighted at .\ftcr.thls was made plain rail that in approaching the stock yards is a
a t\as put above the ground so lu to [
[ the opportunity to be with her again
I fer-tilizer
,, ; The difficulty between the two f'?"- Ii i let a flange wheel run on them. This I: There is .
|Iin so pleasant: a way. The other guests Nothing Too Good For You
kind of railroad much better the stoclv.i ,
,church was so
.', lions, of the :ML Moriaa Baptist iof honor. Mrs. McCollum and lIL" "
;- (colored) 'was finished Saturday. Mr. Bodiford, are ,strangers to the young than those mode before that they used i After you enter the gate enslordagithe

r McConathy will render his ,l -cl:;..n people of 4 can! but they have ':LiT, !.dy these instead of those with the edges. whol of Swift's plant. you pass That's
; .: ,tame clay next week to J adja Brlloek.casa !made many friends hereh. .> hlit; ) The new way of conveying things betweengreat tens of cattle sheep ,; rPt buying a hroart statement. !>M( it. b !t* j od. for you olio vttvly re-

, JThilt.. has been a .most interesting for frequent visits from them. was so cheap aad so much faster than and hJ'r which ruh elevatedtrains i-hw.ij furnlttnN n\ I'l.i1(1 not ni-an that you
by boats that wherever there was for the .aoud! pay an exorbitant ante for yoar-sJmls .silfil : .
i : OM; Miss Potter was assisted during the convenience of. loading if >- u would
afternoon by her mother Mrs. B. J. any great amount of gds: to be car- and unloading freight. know where you can s? t *tn* lust s-uitls. at l IO* T |, ;c,<.s than you
Miss Florence Mellon, who was a Potter, and her sister Mrs. Mallory ried between different points it was Besides the 'noise of the trains and are paying "..m ? otb'-r pl.i.e.Smith ,

: 'popular visitor to Miss Caro Liddon Liddon. and her guests included only: done by rail. the 'shouting of men the cattle are
.- 0" (n this city last summer :was one of the members ...r < the graduates, from the' Tampa High Card club. a motive power Instead of horses the hogs squealing and horsemen hur-
..,, school Friday night. s.The colnmence- Whkst-was the game played and was between Darlington and Stock- rying to and fro. '& Roberts

'<,: :f neat exercisesTvero held in. the Tampa while the playing was in progress'cording town. :' In, all this dIn you would think con- ,
; > Bay casino, and were splendidly And the second fr > Newcastle: fu ion
: punch was passed and afterwardsrefreshing I was m < ruled. But instead the most perfect *ill tak, .
tteasure in lio
;; '.'0 tendered. Tht'r'pre fifteen graduates. strawberry lee cream with to the river Weir a distance of seven: order iij maint: 'rrl'd. > :111;; jo the i- i ..gixxi.- at the tawe!'tpi'k'er
;; :
..' ',:::,; cake was served- miles. On this a train with three or The animals are all carefully examined Everything In the fntnl me Him at consistent prices. _

four cars was carried at the rate of by a :who is hired thatpurl .
doctor for
4 't-f Mr. JTlra Gore, of St. Petersburg The prizes, a beautiful pink silk hour. ]I h _ __ __ __._ ___. _._
five miles and !
handkerchief bag and a out glass an )nsr. only erfectly: healthy!
-, 1;:,passed through Ocala Saturday In 1S25 a train with :34 cars and an animals are sprinkler were
gold topped powder ;
- = noon on his way to Atlanta, aft"r-I driven by George Stephensonand In
given to Miss Bodiford and Mrs. engine spiting the hog curing department -
S'bee goes to accept a position the signalman in front of the engine you are conducted through! various -
for having
Welsh the former
:;;1 :"Stock Fancier and Poultry Journal." I left Stocktuwn for Dar- Hardware
I highest number of points and th latter horseback : passages until you reach a large Marioi
Stock Fancier, the leading poultryJournal
: ,
: I for the most garner llngtown. They-lI1ve.lIII at the rate pen where the hogs are boingaUg3t
:l of the south. .... I of ten to twelve miles per hour and to be slaughtered. .\t one end of this

",;: Mr. J. C Geiger. who-- has beenspending A Hat Trimming Contest. on suitable parts ,of the road Went at pen is stationed' a man beside a large 1
the rate of fifteen miles an hour. wooden wheel about twelve feet high. -
:. the past three years at :'Ilartha's -
Friday night at the Sp llman house The first railroad in America was Aivund. this wheel revolve a largo
\ Vineyard, Mass, has just returned -
oa Qeklawaha avenue, Mbs Marguerite from Quincy, Mass: to the granite chain to which smaller ones are attached American Wire '
o' ancles }tn excellent health. He- Fencing, i
SlW'lhnannJ )Ihlar)' Gates quarries. For two years hordes were to which a hog is tied on the
speaks in glowing terms of that sec-
gave a 'most enjoyable party in honorof used to pull the cars, but at the end average of one hog. a minute. Sash Doors
[ and .
Blinds *
tlon of the country and its people *
Miss Lou Elvie Williams, who goes of this time other roads had been constructed When this wheel revolves the hog is
,; but bas returned to Florida to make it
to Jacksonville in a few days to re in other parts of the United lifted off the ground and is trans- Paints.
> Oils }
: Ills permanent home. and Varnishes .
.': tide Miss Williams was one of the States. ferred into a kind of "cogw heel rod .: :
air\ II G. Dunn, of Citra, was in .Contestants' for the ,Jeclannt: medal The first steam locomotive! in America about two hundred feet long, {down Mill and Mining Supplies

Ocala Saturday, and says that Citra is at the Hlh' school Friday afternoon, was made by George Stephen which the hogslowly: moves. :

',.making very rapid strides in the direction and she delivered her selection in a in England and was brought to America The hog first arrives at the hog. :.. Turpentine Snpplies

towards where it was:; when it m t>>t rulmiarble manner. in 1831. The tirt.one. made in sticker where it is killed. _
:'_was struck by the blizzard in 189", The young 'hostesses hail as their America was called the "Best Friend" The hog next goes through scalding .

_;and it expects to regain the suprein- guests ;about twent '-Ii\"e boys and and was used on the Hamburg and water, out of which he emerges Improved Farming Tools,:; z

"- aey that was swept away from it at girls and for several hours jollity Charletoa railroad. Since then rail- still squealing.The ,

':that time. That the fruit and vegetable reigned supreme.' They were assisted road have been built from one end hog now passes down the rods GET OUR PRICES "

::. growers in that section are now in in entertaining their guests by Mrs. of the country to the other anti across of cogs, on each side of which are

: .tine'shape. f-ellmaa Mrs rlrm\Mrs. Wolf, Mrs. it in every way. placed men numbering in all about tia

"" .......---- Kmerson, and the punch was served Today the United States has more i two hundred. These men as the hog I C

Dr. W H. O, Veal one of the oldest by little Miss Helen Brown. railroads than any other nation In the slowly passes them have each his as-I

-practitioners in the Bounty was In The crowning feature of the evening world.In signed work to do. Some to give Marion Hardware

",1";/-Ocala Sunday He has. Decently moved was the ."bat trimming" contest engaged 1S99 the United States had over I I I scrape, others to split him, while oth- {f Company
from Cotton Plant to MarteU but has in by the young men. They were ISt.IOmilt's* and Great Britian only ers put tags on hkn. '
Mt entirely abandoned the old home- each given a hat and everything n<-<'- had ab..utI.OOO miles. t When the hog arrives at "the end of''

:(\stead and says that his old Maltese cssaiy for trimming the same. and If the railroads of .the United Stages this chain of men which requires about -- --. ._,- -- -- -- -----

cat refuses to live anywhere else, and they had lots of fun, borne of them were .stretched out in one tine they twenty-five minutes you would not

I:ih9 family pay regular visits to the old proving expert milliners. For the"most would bd lon; enough to go around the recognize the same hog that startedon r

' t11h t< artistic creation" Mr. Edwin Spencer earth eight times at the equator, or this short but disastrous journey a If You to j
won the pretty prize. would reach four-fifths the distance few minutes before. Conje Out .

f Hon, Ed L. Wartmann desires the After the hats had all been trimmed from the earth to the moon. The hog is now passed into the

\v Ocala Banner to thank the democracy and the decision of the judges made In 1901 all the railroads of the smoking room from which he comesin .:

'o o{ Marion county for the vote of con- supper was served In the dining room. United States were worth'over thirteen bums and bacon. Will the Real

-- 7 .fldence given him in the primary electlon The guests all spent a very happy and a half billion dollalrs. These are now stamped with Swift's ) Thing

'.;, last Tuesday. This vote was along evening and declared Miss Spellman There are over a million men' employed ,brand by a red hot piece of iron. The ,

.;the ..lInes of the time onored traditions |and Miss Gates to be very clever en on the principal railroads and I j-horns and bacon are now sewed up
;, ," 'Of thu party in rewarding thefa.1thtul tertainers. half of these are employed to keep the Ib/ young women and are ready: .for For this Spring styles put on one of our new Spring Suits

: official. Mr. AVartmann's el e- -... [i railroad bd and track in order.In 'shipping.. cut in the latest fashion and of
lon was almost foregone conclusionrkoai Miss Ella Fisher to Wed in June. I 1901 there were over thirty-nine | All this requires less than an hour You will find one our all one piece Panama Hats.

:: i the first and. ts a victory for old. Fisher I thousand engines thirty-five thousand for a hog to be converted into hams, Quality, Style and Workmanship that can only be seen
.r tie democracy Ills friends are re- Miss Ella of Sharao- i passenger and express cars and over bacon, lard sausages and fertilizer. J here. Rich in Style, Right In pric We have a large and varied

'.''Mcing. kin. Pa. will be married on the ;7th ,one million freight cars in use in the Nothing is wasted now while a fw stock of Shoes for the entire 'The
....>. '" .. of June to Mr. Charles. Benry, of West I United States. years ago a good part of the hog which new and nobby Pump
Style in White Canvass for
j' 1)-\ J, E. Chase Dr. Dozier Leitner Virginia. On these ears over 912,00i,00t tons was considered worthless is now foundto Ladies are here. Also a large stock of

o ''antOr., t,. >\ Blalocfc returned home :Miss Fisher will b> pleasantly remembered of freight and over jO'),OiOOI'lO people be very valuable. In fact, nothingis Oxfords for Men. The well known Walkover and Hanan 4-Son'

";, Saturday afternoon from Atlantic in Ocala having been the |are carried every year. lost except the squeal Makes. Give us a call before buying elsewhere.
S h. where they attended the tneet- lovely guest of Mrs. }:. C. Welsh during The first attempt to use electricityas :

'. )tt$.of the State Dental Association at the past wint.:... : a motive power was made by Mr. For Sale.

-:.t.the-Continental: hotel.. They report a I II I Immediately after their marriageMr. |.Davidson on the Edinburg and Glasgow ange Forty Springs.acres Marion of fine county land near Fla. The Or- W. J. Chambers .

inost peasant and profttable .meeting.Cv I and :Mrs. Benry will leave for a railroad. northwest quarter of southwest quarter -

..:'Dj :, F Kemp, of Key West, was i trip around the world to be absent fora He succeeded in making a locomotive I Section 4, township 12. range 24,
:dated pres.. tlleconiirg China. : four miles .hour.
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: *-- ,*< *_ -'* *. -- IL DOINGS IN ped. The out-o-door season Is just H. Henry Douglas. .
4 : : -/"' 1' : .\ The Talisman PrInt d a\ Chicago, The President Denounces the Judiciary -' -- opening the season of golf, of tennis! Tins 31. Dewey vice PresIdent; i ;

: ? IlL calls: attention'to Macaulays wellkncnsn .--' Miscarriage of A of picnic "of moonlight strolls along treasurer; G. esldt ,
'.Iand Jus- Cleveland Minister Howard
cfftb* orange. and. beautiul! How Hopes by This I the' H ,
leafy lanes of
boating on the n'l!!,
lake :
fr s'-
tice. retary
I ". '-,ers, prophecy made In 1&37. Plan to Keep Young: People FroM of riding on the front I
seats ,of
9 sum. The
We had not then fought our civil I Off the Streets and Give Them i Lyman D. :Morse J
Where the rich .' mer cars. Each of these Advert
clustering gr..tloe- en Washington Correspondence Certain diversions I agency, therefore }*
warand conditions Social Advantages beIng the
: cumbeN then were nothing furnishes a better scene for oldest
the brJwer courting
!. The trusts by Association. tablfehinent of its ti.:2:
escape through hollow kind
.. And the old Spanish moss festoons S like they are todav. a than a stuffy church parlor, with the :having, through Its la Aaerfes tntt

the broad tree, The !'tacts make the i-rediction all I made by the administration congress In fitting up parlors In the church janitor, more than likely snooping progressiveness large clieafefe,

; With beard long and gray as the -old the more remarkable. recommended to change the Federal the EuclIId Avenue around somewhere In the vicinity or national developed wide In f
Baptist church, of connections it
Dan of the s a."- In this ,prophecy ilacaulay aid; :statutes to cover the official mistakes. Cleveland, where young people who hiding In a church pew. The publicity pedient to adapt it in, Is be eYed n.. ..,

.... The day 'will come when in the President Roosevelt !undoubtedly a have ,no suitable homes may ,meet for may be greater but after all, what is I largswJ! sphere ot name fc:; tf.t tik"-t.
Land of the lemon. the state of Xew* York there to be ashamed of in good honestcourtship" operation b) t Y
date and the' a multitude of people close student of courting purposes, the Rev. Charles A. : i lg its business style
: Machilvelllv the foun to the
paLn; w>ne of whom"hae had more than Eaton I And as to kissing in pub IiJ'St
Is no doubt '
der of the modern inspired by the ,j llic tt'rnatIonaIgencr.. 28 park
Where. old ocean soothes .the, rough hat a breakfast, or eJPECt to have school of diploma y. best natural ,and most commendable why eenndnw Carnegie has York. Rows

-. ; waves ;-to a ralnf, more than half a dinner, -will choose; His special message to congress respecting of motives. None but groveling ,, set the s-eil ,)f approval upon the cus- Owing to increase '

;c: ',AS the swift flowing tide,.from 'Mexi- .I a. legislature. Is it possible to doubt the, opinion of Judge Hum- tainted by the comraercIalteTi of minds the, : '0,11. The clergymen of our country cessitating larger offices of business, ne..j

:z- can'seas.'WfU'Dl'the wha.t sort of legislature will be chosen phre)'" upsetting his contention In the agwould nftrihirtp tn the. \'erend i arc a body of earnest --workers ever tion.. -- 11Ii1l n___ .m"v...."_" u'j, the. Orpoj l

cold 'niuua m a 'tropiral ? On one side is a statesman doctor j planning for the good or others, but the 44 ifl ft y 1 4i -**1
a deep laid Jlevillon :
case to increase
against the
: beef packers, comingon bUilding 19
breeze. preaching patience. occasionally their zeal West
respect for vested the visible outruns their 1h\1
supply street,
of 'ew
T wedding fees York.
? 3 rights strict observance of public the; heels of his confiscation scheme in competition with his Methodist judgment.: We believe ,!*'Ill be many I ::

.Land of the olive the fig and the faith. On the other is a demagogue, show that he Is now tring to fan Intoa brother of the same city, who ; years before the young people of the Why Suffer- From ,

: : lime, ranting about tha tyranny of capitalists flame the hostility of certain classes, a handsomely bound cook book presents toi i,1 country call upon the clergymen for I Rheum .mj :4.

W.here- the old Spanish fort visits not and usurers, and asking why anybody not only against another class of society i each bride, or the Detroit clergyman I!j i first aid to their courting. The course.. Why suffer from i

of the -time, should be permitted to drink of true love has never been like rheumatism
but also against the courts. If who gives away trading stamps. Dr. I a park one apHcatlon of Chamberlain's WIIea

: A3 It sweeps through the ages; an ever champagne and to ride is .a carriage he can so far Increase the hatred of Eaton is the pastor of John D. Rocke boulevard and all the ministers in the Balm will relieve the pain? The 1>a. l.,

3 present when thousands of honest United States can't make It relief which this liniment qujQ-
green folks the
are people feller. any
toward the Federal courts, He does not .ha.to count the ,makes rest and Ijfc z
i1 SI the faithful old guardian! St. in 'Want ,of necessaries. Which of the that they would support him in any pennies. Granting., then the guilelessness I smoother." alone is worth sleep many possible times, 4.n4 tba.t

: :Augustine. two candidates is likely to be a-' Many who Its eo
prefer- violation of the have t.
constitution laws, and of the Cleveland used it
pastor, who MORSE hop
1 ':. .. 4 red by a workingman who hears his treaties of the United does not INTERNATIONAL AGENCY. for a short relief from : ()n1J
States, there say: "Will you walk Into I been Suferingbait :
1.. 'nf, of: :AA citron, the almond and- .children cry for more' bread? would no lonzer be any barrier be- park?" to the vniins1 men and niald-. my t......... ....happily.n..,...,.u n .1.un.surprised_: f'eller.. find tw-V.-.- -.
; "I pLLLfl, tween the president and the permanent ens in any such spirit as inspired-the-- On and After April 1, 1906. the Corporation .. neat.Mrs... V. tt Legget became, perm) -

; ;c':Where' ,the dear Silver Springs., a per- "Either some Caesar or Napoleonwill" and heriditary dictatorship 'at spider in the nursery rhyme one of the Lyman 0. Morse Advertising ; Yum. Tenessee U. S. A. 'ss of ,Twa.,.
j petuaJ, fountain, seize the reins of governmentwith which he seems to be aiming. The still venture to doubt the briliant success ; Agency Will Be a over great from sufferer head to from rheumatism; 111&It

; Laughs a refrain like the MinnebahaAi a strong hand or your republic court may or may not have been of his scheme. "Every church in rmown as the Morse International Iain's Pain Balm foot is the and ChaJn .'"

tf tatngtes with the flood of the will be as fearfully plundered and laid wrong in that case. the down town section should Agency. that will relievethe pain.only" tI1n: ::

; OcklaVaha. waste by the barbarians in the twentieth The constitution have a by all druggists. For sa1e.J
: provides that no courting parlor, says Dr. Eaton. 1li
5 century, as the Roman
empirewas person shall be compelled to give. Young men and women This
evi whom chance

: Land of the paupau, cocoa and yam, in the fifth; with this difference, dence against himself and it has and circumstances have agency had., its beginning over Death of a Famous Dog. 3
often made homeless
:t Where the dark ebony face descendant that the Huns and Vandals who ravaged been held in ; have the sixty years ago and constituted a special Special to the Ocala Banner: ';

y. ; of Ham the Roman empire. came "from provision that where pursuance evidence of thh has falling in love same and have proclivities the for form of business activity in !)eft'S- Rome, May 19-Pjppo, the famous i!

,Glows 'wJth'delight In humorous glee without and that your Huns and Vandals been obtained right to same paper advertising which had but new- fire brigade dog wet Iknown to *
upon the pleasant ever
_i Aa he.-thinks! ;of his home on the river tilll have been engendered within asurance, express courtship as the I ly developed through the commercial I man woman and child and ,
or more fortunate ?
necessarily implied, that It ones who live in proudly.i
;: : "Swannee/* your own country and ,by our own in- will, not be used against fortable ,homes. com conditions existing then. It was founded pointed out to visiting tourists "f
the I
witness. would not provide by S. )[. is dead ."
\: *, 6 stitutions. he Is entitled to special entertainments Pettengill, in 1849 and met L I and his demise has "
Immunity cansei
under the forthem.. 4
; :Land, the palm the sago and castor, To prevent the realization of this wise provision of would not I with success from the start Mr. J. 11. ,I general regret throughout the
the .
preach to
\Vbeie2the.Seminole prophecy the Talisman: Is the -ontitution, I will simply Bates was early admitted to f Pippo wa called by dt1
.. <,.. thief regards. not says rural made for the protection of individuals furnish a spacious church partnership i courtes P0qdl
: but his
disaster home. the name of S. M. pedigree was
-- liberty. "We where Pettengill sadly mixed.
understand the they can meet j Rig ;jj;
w swanipi :"by It Is as certain. the court'sopinion say; one evening I Company became intelligence wa
stream, or the broad says Talisman in the a week." as the remarkable hf.irerer jt
-t case of the beet
: """ '.: ,yrg1ade, ,,, ',: as that the sun will' rise tomorrow. to be no more than 'packers In other words Dr. I leading advertising agencIn the'/: / and N> was Ms love for ti) .. men i "f
0- this old Eaton is
If .cheered. ; by the -smile that the prophecy. of Macaulay will rule not United States. After : the fire department
: of his be
young of law. many years of .3
There lug t" H-11.
'.: '** "* a tell! the youngp I thing
probability, in- ple how
f-' '.'..i1nkv nvd.. I .. ,' .'Th'.No.." ., "It1'J'& fulfilled. to.'-the letter and probably I deed that the case asainst the packers .")v> i'leii* eourtine. whatever gO-//the firm's unlimited sU<'CegIr.:: Bates, that coneerned their work. ":1Roosevelt :
sooner in 1SS6
than .he bought
i7 anticipated unless out the entire :
\" \ .T .tl; .,l': was prepared wuh, a full Jcnowlej- :u.V 1 may have had in years interestof .
zntiqhe.. .._susar 4 camv-nce and; cot-, great mass of .the'American people arerootedto'the ge of this rule, and In oy He furnishes the gone Mr. Pettengill, thus becoming sole Club's Annual Dinner, "
t *. '.* ton. ; "**, ""-"".j"- soil ihornes'of their anticipation of parlor they do owner 'of this large business but SPecial t<. the Ocala Banner '
the ; the
Judge !
Where a own on the land. Humphrey's action in pursuance Ig this, ;without doubt, he firm name continued Brooklyn, X. Y., May 13,-Tie .
generous hospitality is never as J. H. Bates Tbeo.
of IsL.e.;
.&Vforgotten... 4 1.; t"By .. It repeats an article that ft printedten it; and that It was so prepared The third, person at a courting until January 1, 1893 when Mr. Lyman dore Roosevelt Club of this city wj t.j
Mr. party is about
the true hearted years ago, which article Garfield was induced as appropriate and : D. Morse, who had give its first annual dinner
southern. as 'round follows: to obtain useful been active with at ihtUni -1
his broad hearth "The peorle of this nation are at the confidentially for the government Two as a whip on an automobile.: Mr. Bates for a number of years, became versity club this evening. The dinner "]

; .Jle welcomes: the stranger, regardless the forks of the road and we must prosecution Information on which the of a are company, and the addition partner in the concern and had. originally set for April 1, but 'as 1
was based-in well-meaning
4 ot birth. now choose the 'Way by which we will "inlscariage omler that a heart full cie1"g"JUan.ith his caused the firm style to be changed to J.j postponed on account of the San Fraaci ,
of justice" of 10for :
I' go. On the one hand would inevitably young people, Bates & Morse >co disaster. Many
8 we may take a be would i i I promint-nt mea f
result while constitute a crowd.
Land of the *ak, which for hundreds. course which will as time goes by, elian student in our Michav- the harmony to It spoils After two years of partner1! with ;. of distinction in fMilites Utorature and :
the White House try to turn some duets i j.( ther
continue to Mr. lines have '
pile in Bates been
ofyearsVitod up our cities and Mr. Morse mrUtd
became to
would gain the into trios. the sole j the .....
\ the rude blastsof: more I, towns, a population of countless millions eruption just opportunity to go. in In I owner of the business and the-panie ;idinner and will address t'te'Iub.. 3TMr.
before commenting
the coal strike. on the abothe- .
of of -
northern spheres mere wage-earners--day laborers the firm changed -- -- -
; On Pittsburg I to the Lyrran 1). $
April 14, he delivered sayS: There, are i AM'TenEyekofNew
mechanics :More
Transplanted to this a, more genial factory operatives, his Advertising'agency-: I Tort f
; :"'clime. working ach day for their daily wage, speech on confiscation and muck reasons however why the courting On March. 1, 1S98. II. .Henry 'D tity bas dcepte t-a po-uioa a.< ftdtch- ,
Ja : and barely subsisting rule; on Thursday, April 16 he sent parlor after a brief reason 'of popu- j IUs became u -I maker 'with W a green "live oak" far centuries of upon it, having to congress his attacks larity, will doubtless be 'i the partner of Mr. ) business This }
timE'. nn roots in the finH to nourish. tinA on the courts. h'H. __ _t1uo. ., turned nto &::. I;au S() continued nntit... tt....".".. InH'l''T_-'. srr(mn tsuth fitDorinat .
,' .... sustain, their! patriotism --- Which ir were well founded would be 'nuu.. i1.uer or otner mode-rn adjuI1{ death --- -- &'' :>i Ut\ns lr. \\>.'it, has been -.0
F: 't JI ,1< [ ..rAN Y..MAXf. 4t'I \ no .'roof-tree the to an" j on March 6, 1901.! l'UIR- '
finest institutional
Griner rarra Pla or: home to 'serve as an anchorage ot muck rake performance ever church. The surroundings -.i On April 1. 1901, the firm was incorporated peiled to add to his working force '1
their witnessed. After denouncing the not l>e sufficiently romantic in order allegiance. the laws which under the process- :1
I.. -4 sprotect action of the for one thing the state ion. Mr. ,go
EDROCKiFAMECONTIN.; theinn, ,i he courts as a "m searriage i either to encourage of New TenEyck has served _
1\: 1! 1: \ enjoyment of. life, York with the some ;
of the name
1' 1ft. JtN" i"uEsiTO... SP.U EAD., liberty, and.property.. \ .--'- ? 3.., 11* Justice" the president adds: "This popping of the questionor Lyman D. Morse Advertising years in the largest: jewelry concern J
t ,
: ? interpretation of anj affirmative agency, In the
c ; the will of answer as it is metropolis
.. "On the other hand we may choosea congressas pop- and with the following officers and comes to Ocala j

Plant Established in New Orleans to course which. would, it it were Inaugurated expressed in legislation! is such as : welt recommended.GIV.ENMVAY.

_ Supply: Two 'States-Very Strong and carried out as a great to make that will absolutely abortive;" -.. ._ <

Company Organized With. .Cap national movement spread our people and again: "I can hardly believe that -' -- -- -- --

| ,tat. of j1001000.-tg Conduct. out over the land In rural homes ou the ruling" .will be follow ea by other

Business. small farms, yielding 'products so diversified I judges. meaning the supreme court

,, According-to the New Orleans! State that every family "-would be of the United Statesfl If this is a

_L: of the Ctn, the, Red 'Rock people'have self-sustalnfclr.' producing as the result threat, or merely, a gratuitous insultto

JhIt ttottetl a big deal Uicru ulikhniean of' their own labor all that they a co-ordinate branch of the government -

[ the ektablignncat <>f t.MtlE'rl require to sustain life In comfort independent ? It may be both in one. Of +

_ .c l' Uuvk factory ju the south. of? all exterior condition, I course, this threat and insult will be I -: ,1"

_. } The Red Rock Company 'of 'Xew creating ,thus a nation of rural liomos I despised by the supreme court. But .' ,"t. .' --AT .__ ,:; .
Orleans, Is the name of. the new conand and of rural iK'ftfi'c., who could 1U : I can'eongress afford: to let the incident :.

'ern. which has ju t beenorganizI.. In the nwdst of plenty throughout any I'as \vuuuui jemmiesiue offender:

: Incorporated, with a capital. of period: of financial or business depression Can It afford to allow the president to 1 '

$100.000 and -to whom has ,been granted no matter how severe or prolonged inject into its messages to them and

the rigfcjs' anu privileges to manufacture it might be. to spread upon the pages of the journals -

1 and supply Red Rock Ginger "Such a- rural population, once established such muck as this? Such charges THE FAIR

_; Ale In the state of Louisiana and and rooted to the soli ,would against the court and other insinua !

: Mississippi endure as long as the earth would con- tions as this muck message contains?

t Unlimited Backing. tinue to give forth iu mem its fruitsas The president has no right to say .

The following well known businessmen the reward of their labor.and would such things in his official capacity. Beautiful Decorated .1... ,..
constitute the officers and directors stand as a wall of granite against any Tehy are distinctly libelous in char English Tablewear

: ,Cupt. A, M. Haliday, president; assaults which might ever be made acter. Dessert Dishes Cups and Saucers 1 j
-, H. P. Lewis vice-president upon our free The president might Plates ,
H. institutions etc. Given
-t ; C. by;,the elements properly have for the
: Ramcs secretary and treasurer; W. of communism and anarchy, called to the attention of congress the U Sale Tickets return of our {: !

G Tebault, Frank Danneman, T. Dumas which. like foul weeds, are so fast: desirability of new legislation in view one of which should
Leonard 14. Stern, John W. Phillips springing up in the social and political of the court's decision; but to hold up purchase receive with each ;

;- C. -A.- Tessier, LOUIS llausmaan. miasma of our great cities." a, judge, to popular execration and to so be sure that you trade with the Fair

ueorge ontgo.mer '. U. GirUck. W, G.' insinuate that otner judges wno wvmld the and that 1 k

ParshelL The above gentlemen are, The How to Ward Off Old Age.: be caled upon to review the case on you get tickets. _

among New. Orleans most successful way of warding approval would be put tnto
most influential the .
on!? the aproach of old Is same
and succesful business men- a vigorous age maintaIn pilory If they dared to sustain "
representing digestion. This: can j i'
a combined wealth that will only ,be done by eating only f>od suIt- ruling of the lower court; and to have NEW GOODS
: : run tnt }' the ed to your age and spread 0RE ARRIVING
I ( millions. When men of when occupation and upon the journals of congress EVERY
any disorder
the WEEK
-- their -standing and type take hold ota take a dose of Chamberlain's stomach appears in a rnesage from the president is f 4

i proposition It la safe to assume that Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct furnishing tb.e worst of possible example BE SURE TO SEE OUR FINE LINE

they realize the gerat future there is it. If you have a weak stomach or are for the people ot this time. DERY, ETC. OF SUMMER DRESS GOODS, SHCES-

: to this popular drink. troubled these..tabtets with to indigestion be just what, you you will need find This mesage deserves to go down in HOSIERY.' LACES. EM BRa:. ; t

Ideal Drink. : For sale by all druggists. history as 'the only genuine "muek- r

Red Rock is not in the class of ordlcuncutuous I m mn" ever s.nt InAroerinn <:on e.ss.. .. by ;'In.. for Cosh ; '
nary domestic made A Carel or Thanks. presld&nt. A few ofO -

aste and capslutn: extracts, and the OII ,I desire to thank the democracy (\f; r Specials: J i :

people everywhere are coming to real- ilarlon 'county. for the support -and Postmaster Robbed. ;

ize this fact more and more, and the confidante received at their hand at OUR SPECIE ROAST COFFEE ,
trade phrase .f the primary, and :I>. W. Founts 18' POUNDS 15 CENTS PER OUND .:' 4 I'
< Say Red Rock! Say especially to th> postmaster at River- OF GRANULATED ,
it Plain has become an voters of my home precinct for the town Ia. nearly lost his life and was 10 POUNDS OF GOOD SUGAR FQRS1.o. .. .
every day robbed of all WE ARE GREEN '
practical magnificent vote given comfort. aoocrding to his AGENTS FOR THE COFFEE FOR $100. ;
safeguard to the me letter which CELEBRATED
I thousands says: "For ; TR. DE
twenty -GET TAN/A
uf had
customers. T, E. BIGOS. chronic liver complaint which COFFEE AND CLOVER
led to HILL BUT .I
Increased Sale in Florida. case of jaundice -
ARhou rh the Red Rock Company Live and Learn. ; even when my my finger doctor nails turned yellow .. -. j

here has been in operation less than 'a "Wht>:re are you from?" asked the tric Bitters; which cured prescribed me and Elec-have,. REDUCE YOUf ANn Nov TH13 &rtlt BOOK 15 < i'

year, their saks ban been .I first traveler. kept me well for eleven wg HOPE'''E"vEMADEITPUIN THROUGH. .3
constant years. Sure w ,
I ,
;}' TO YOU ._
cure for -
ly increasing. and their present 'facili "Ypsilanti. answered the second biliousness neuralgia weakness SHOE BILLS IF YOu'R ANxtovs TO ,
and all 'J SUCCEED: i
stomach. ,
ties.L have .been, found inadequate and traveler. v bladder.- d"'n----' <.p....""..".,..u.+...liver.. kidney_ _: and. f:4't.-:: : ro-r: NH. : TH"TYOV QRfLY: Nr>rn :, ,

{, e q' n a w bave tit TCute machlner)' to "Is that the name of a town? I havealways tonic. At Tydings & Co., drug WOnai'fful store AND AT THE f y L '. '- JOflir.) WCKNEWYO 3USTER

double their output. It is hoped by the thought Ypsilanti was a patent 50 cents. m 055.5. ""

; management here,' that health food. : SAME 3ROWN
-with ths relief The free alcohol bill is TIME
they will be hung up In
for Red Rock more to supply the demand Where is the Report of the Prison In. i the senate fiance committee! and chair- GET yi L iHOESrOR
roraptly, and also man Aldrich is "preparing to :
Investigate -
to develop other : spector
kindred lines \vhlch .. thd question ,
they -have had under consideration Standard thoroughly. As SHOES BY ) BOYS
Oil .
.: fop will be the prlneipalos"er //i'r '
some time I .
'the -oae of which is to supply I The report of the Orange county by free alsohol competing with ..".. ,t:)
1\ trade with Red Rock WEARINGWHITE ) AND
Lithia Wa, gasoline and GIRLS
grand jury naptha it is
1 snows a fearful quite possible -
t r.. and for which stateof
they have
that \ /
already affairs. Convicts the gray wolves k/
had a number of calls are 'WhIpped; no may bold THEY
up the bill for this session. The HOUSE ARE
shoes are furnished them republIcan ,
; they
: Herbin.:. without a nhvskianth. are ...farmers. who have been electing '
sIck--- -h:1"'A-, cepuoucan members 01 SHOES THE nrcrFOR AND_
__ Will over omfe indigestion and no beds to lie on; no provisions made and .thus saddled themselveswith legislatures pn

; Dyspepsia; regulate the bowels. for bathing; treatment the who MEN MOST
s and ride them DURABLE
cure liver roughend
and possible. un
kidney This Is
complaints.. in stat,
_I It ing will have
ts to
best blood enricher change their "
well poll- -
I invlgorator in the world. It is pure and as. among the county lessees. The tics or still find the market for their. AND WOMEN SCHOOL SHOE
: ly grand jury ought to have
: perfectly harmless and gone further I grain limited as heretofore. ;'!
_ _-:. should you be a sufferer from disease, and filed indictments but they .. .' IN THE
you ;yrtt\ use it .
you are wise. -Starke '
Telegraph. ,
R. N. Andrews editor and manager I Reduction In .Prtas.Craphophone -rn" m mtOHT IBM gy >M,aoww

: Fla Cocoa.. writes and ;Raockledge"1 have used News. Cocoa Her A satisfied customer Is,the best ad Records reduced from ..ii1 -. ._ .Jta

; btne'ln my family,' and fine 1)your it a'most only vertisement our and..la.t18faction. Ls not toe to 0c and from 50c to 35c each. SAVE .
aim but YOUR
.-- $excelent, have been inf. Its effects upon Inilt ;- he[ Whlta House our shoe guarantee.;' spring styles Try Phonograph Records. best 25e each. fIR SAlESjTfCKETS.
_ All druggIst\.l: .', ," --h.: "*, eneftt.F, air.men and women Just irived. The- niture TArn stock mors coming. Ocala Fur. [ A. L WEBB Prop.
r Co. ,
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HAPPENINGS( ABOUT TOWN MRS. A. G. PARKER Meeting of the Board of Trade. AT BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY. Pharmaceutical Meeting .


-t A meeting of the Board T D Bryan and children are The community waS hocked :Monday reate ermon-Splen Music
:1: )f la* was :held Friday night at the counsel Florida State Pharmaceutical association 1T
...i..-.f.n&.1'el.ltive_, $ at Grove.JI_park.4.Cpme't evening to learn of the death of Mrs. chamber.The Rendered by Large Choir. will be held at Orlando on June I WtL

Ankle Green Parker, wife of J. P. Parker 13 and 14.
) U4 for engraved cd'-jfls and main purpose of the meetingwas Union services were held in the D

< '. -.i. V t2.tIpps-The Postoffice drug stores 5:30, o'clock which occurred at her home at to discuss plans and make prepa- Baptist church Sunday morning at, 11.. The Orlando to druggists make It the are grandest makingpreparations {CURE';0 1ka* flow E .,
1. residing II. hemorrage of the ungs. rations for the entertainment of the o'clock for the graduating class of the i SJUJSKKm
meeting the association has fTECO'
u: .Morris, who is now at I ever held. Uitu B R
John Deceased was a most remarkable Florida State Press which
: River, came up yesterday for Association Ocala High school.}. The church was The committee on arrangements are PIO\IJIIY TESt _SS 4
Or HANV VUBS TearnttefTMtpparaltlj
Crystal character. Born at CovIngton Tenn. will meet in Ocala :May 29-30. the
following Orlando druggists MARKET roe DiSEASE in STOCK AU.KWJ
: .days.Mrr crowded with the friends of the class ;
Rat fs1C uAI9ETJTIAM' (AiTNMMQt.tuAv4.1>tEDlpb
:a In the absence of the president and
j' ,....:. -- sixty-three yars ago. she was rearedto and of the school aad the 'service Messrs. V. F. Moody X J. Merck, and TIURMAN IS KCT A fOOD BUT MEV tSTtu MClrt
: : rjjgL- Hopkins of Orange womanhood and was married after vice president, Mr. Harris was requested was J. N. Jlcllroy, who are arranging a UVI IT*TRIM M'SAY VOW MWMU.Mice .
with Ocala which to take the chair and explainthe a most beautiful one. most excellent 35cENTSAroasutnutatuaoauwnTs ..
several days three : for the
,Jiake. spent years ago, she moved with program meet- I'.MllFAaURtD (jrA.
.):iiel ds this wek.Mrs. her husband to Ocala, where for several did. purpose of the meeting, which he ome Thou Almighty King" was Ing in ,the beautiful little city of Or AamnwI :S1IW'ART. ,

years she was a successful music sung by the congregation as the open- lando.
little baby of 31a1I teacher, After more or less discussion, the -
Snead and being recognized as one of ing number, after which Rev. C. C. Y
of Mrs. Herbert the finest musicians in following committees \\ appointed'On
:are the guests the country.She --- -
sI I Carroll Invoked the divine
Finance-Z. C. ChambHss: C. L. op i
:' on'Watula street. was the authoress of what Is''
: 1J1eI'. Bittinger.On the graduates and the immense crowd
: known as the Parker Kindergarten
.! It pays 'to' Insist on having! Blue System, which has been approved by ,Arrangements-Frank Harris,C. present. B. v. s.
L. Bittinger. Jake Brown.
Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla. Absolutely musicians all over the world as the Rev. G. H. Harrison rector of Grace .
On Music-Albert Gerig Jake Gerig,
Goes twice as far. best system for beginners, and the saf- STANDS FOR-
:: puts G. W. Martin. Episcopal church. who occupied a seatin
est system for advanced pupils ever
oK Mr S. W. Rhoades, route agent of published. On Reception and Refreshments, the pulpit with Mr. Carroll read the

-1'.the Southern Express Company, is In Nine yars ago )fr. and Mrs. Parker M. Whitesides E. P. V Thagard, Her- second chapter of Proverbs as the A BIGGER BETTER VARIETY STORE

tgt city for a few days.brs came to this city from Ocala. Theypurcha."tl man Benjamin, R. McConathy, A. G. morning lesson. ,
Gates The choir was composed of the following -
a home on East Main St., -
_.: Carrie Long has gone to Lake N., amid a magnificent cluster of water On Transportation-D. E. Mclver, persons from the various
'. to spend several weeks with oaks Charles Rheanauer., J. R. Martin, D. churches of the city: Mrs. W. J. Byrne,
SIXteen and have !
livd there in all There is
1Jr,and ilrs. Andrew Turner. the the happiness that human soul W. Thompkins, R. S. Hall S. A. Rawls. Mrs. Harry Lapham Mrs. A. E. Gerig, no glory selling
could desire. After the appoinements the Cjm- Mrs. J. E. Chace Mrs. T. H. Johnson,

.-: pleased to learn that Mrs. !mittees a very pleasant and harmonious Mrs. R. G. Blake, Mrs. W. M. Goin,
We are Mrs. Parker, so passionately fond of Cheap goods cheaply. First class
: rW"D..Ca.rI1.. Is very much better. She music which denoted a clear conscience discussion followed. Mrs. A. L. Izlar, Mrs. D. E. Mcliver, ,
election of officers the next Messrs. A. E. Gerig, C. S. Cullej. Rob-
Quite ill for some days past. The was i
has been and a good soul, could not desist -
from taking pupils -with the result order of business, which resulted in ert :Mathews, -B6zier Leitner, D. S. reliable qualities and LOWER

"'\ Mis? Lizzie Turner, who resides near that her patronage was more than the unanimous election of the follow Woodrow, G. W. :Martin and G. A.
: lan Ocala. to spend several ing named gentlemen: Nash and Miss M/ B. Wartmann
..aam1. she could physically bear from the PRICES in the lead
eekswlth her sister, Mrs. J. W, Col- labors attended thereto, but she had President T. T. Munroe. played the accompaniments on the pipe keep us ,
Vic Charles Reinauer. in a most exquisite manner.
president. organ
.yMA.. the consolation of knowing that she
.,<,- had turned out from her little conservatory Treasurer, S. A, Rawls. "They That Sew in Tears," and "For Our goods are safe because theyare

;,,Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon more thorough musicians than Secretary, C. L. Bittinger. Thee, 0 Dear, Dear World," from the

fCenon or Vanilla the Cheapest as well any other school ()f'the' kind in Flor- Board of governors D. E. Mclver, oratorio, The Holy City," was beau-

d;$its .the best. Absolutely pure. Goes ida. Jake, Gerig. K P. Tragard, Herman tifully rendered by the choir as an good. Thats true of every
anthem. The voices all in har-
is far Benjamin Jake Brown. were
p twice Deceased was possessed of a most
,' :Mr. Charles Rheimuor than: enter- mony and the singing was a most delightful -
gentle genial disposition. She not :
department roof.
.f. Mr.'W. T. Cole, one of the employes; only loved her profession, of which she tained the :hoard with a well considered part of the service. our ii: .
: ,Atlantic Coast Line depot has talk which embodied most -
,kt She wag mistress but she loved evry pupil some -
;praa:to North Carolina for a two who came under her instruction. She excellent suggestions.The The City Improvement Society Is Up

.; :-weeks' vacation. was indeed a tender hearted woman: board then adjourned to meet and Doing. -
: and : Wednesday night to listen to the reports Bargain days show the sort of valueswe
j ;Mrs Balstead and Miss Barnes of one "whom will never be forgotten of the various committees. I The ladies of the improvement
by those who to her the .
EtBox&ury' Mass., and Mrs. Bush; of' ot. their owe training.-GainesVille correctness -- i i society request us to announce that depend upon to sustain interest and ac-

" :J,Qatecy, ilass-i who have been wrmterI'ln Sun. The Beavers' Big Picnic for the they, have shouldered their Implementsof

: : it delightful! Belleview, left TuesL'dayfor The tlmerarof'1lrs. Parker was heldin Children.The II warfare-shovel, rake and hoe-and tivity. Accept them as evidence that the

' ; ,their eastern homes Gainesville! 'are getting busy with 'a. vengeance.
Friady morning and
f Ocala lodge of Beavers is mak- bargains seek be found here. In
!F Mr. Withers, who was recently was largely attended by .the friends Already the different streets and you may

i"a ['elected to the senate from Lake coun- of the dt'<'ea.'E'd. ing preparations to give the childrenof !blocks have been assigned to their respective plain Words "

; t' tj:was vlsitlas In Ocala Tuesday: and The Ocala friends of Mrs. Parker Ocala one of the happiest times of committees, and they are you may buy "Real Values.

"';.1r .s .the guest of the family of his learned with sadness of her death and their lives. This generous act on the busily engaged In interviewing the residents -
part of the Beavers will be greatly who are heartily falling In line ATr
deeply sympathize with the sorrowing
, ), roth r-ln-laW, Mr. F. .... TeagueJig
relatives. appreciated by their guests that day. to get the city beautifully cleaned be.

And indeed, it is an act to be greatly bore the Press Association
., Newcomb Barco, of Cotton .Mrs. J. A. Pittman. a neice of Mrs. convenes

':Plant, who Is now traveling for a Parker, was with her at the time of commended.On here on the 29th-31sL THE VARIETY STORE.
June the fith in the beautiful This Is the I!
prominent New York commission her death and Mr. Pittman went up to golden opportunity to
attend the funeral wood near Oak Hurst the picnic will advertise the business activities, beau. .
Mrouse, was in the city Tuesday.tMr. I .
':- -- be held. All children up to Qle age of tiful environments, the cleanliness and' -
---- -- -
, \ J, E; Charles of Oxford, Sumter An Exciting and Disastrous Runaway. fourteen years are invited tiT meet at the good sanitary> condition of Ocala; I

I, ';countjv says he shipped 13 crates of the armory on that morning at half- therefore, let it not slip by unheeded.

' '"Cantaloupes last Saturday and 34 Early Saturday;afternoon an excit- past eight o'clock and they will be Such another opportunity may not Ments Solid' Leather Shoes 1

.cotes." Monday, and weather permithnpbe : ing runaway occurred on the square.A conveyed: to the picnic ground fret present Itself in a score of years. .S1.48

will ship 10ft crates today., horse belonging to )fr. A. .\. Mc- of charge. This body of men will scatter broadcast ForWomen's

11 'Cranie, but, which is rented by Mr. There will be free ice water, lemonade over the United States in their ... ...

:,::-: Some parties from Crystal River .Morton Douglass was left untied: as and swings. The Beavers have "write-ups" of the event approval or -

!: h are planting pecan orchard at he fe partly blind and a very gentle also arranged to convey older personsto disapproval of our citizen, Then let -

I<,tiat,place came up to Ocala Tuesday animal However, he became frightened and from the picnic grounds on that endeavor to merit the highest encomiums Solid Leather Shoes 81.29 I

1ytdl consult Mr. Thomas R Gary as a at some passing object and made a day for 25 cents, which is to include from these brainy "quill- ,

:flwcan *peciaUstif wild dash for the Variety store, He dinner. The- time for these trips will drivers." For. . ..' .. ... _. : ;
property j
*'" broke down the corner awning post be given later. To accelerate the work each

.,; .s;. 'Mr. and ,Mrs. John. H. Mathews returnerj and smashed through one of the plate Mr. J. J. Tipton and Marshal Geo. owner is requested to have his .

.; to their home at Candler Tue glass windows and was headed for the W. Cleveland have generously contributed premises raked swept and garnIshed.

t 'daJ, ifternoon, after a brief visit in inside of the store.. but was stoppedin free busses for that day and and to burn everything that can be Remember

',Ocala.They were accompanied by their the doorway by Mr. Tom Harris. the Beavers will bar no person from burned, and to seep off the sidewalks we guarantee every pair of a

s Brother, Sam :Mathews who will be The animal was very badly cut severing contributing similar favors. all around their lots, and to place shoes sold in our house to give perfect satisfaction V

.,! Jh&r,_. .. guest for several tb.t )'!\. an artery In the neck and receiving The committee on arrangements for rubbish that cannot be burned into
':: a number of other gashes and this important affair are the follow- convenient piles so that It may be be the
r to judge
. Mr.J..Y. Stephen.s:, who was accused cuts. Doctor Blackiston was ealltl.. ing well-known gentlemen; and any hauled ot! by the carts engaged fop you or your money

: )1 Mr. Harry Stalberg of embezzle- the horse's assistance, sewed up the Information wanted can be obtained this purpose. back. y

meat. was given a preliminary hearing cuts and it is thought that the animal' from them viz: Messrs. E. P. Pitt- The owners of vacant lots are requested .

r More.. Judge Bell on Tuesday and will recover. The buggy to which the man. H. S. Chambers and B. W. Mc to cooperate with the ladies by For the next few days
we are cutting
ttiV bound over in 'the sum of $500. horse was attached was not entirely Donald. notifying the chairman o'f theward

demolished strange to say --- vice presidents, Mesdames D. W. Davis entire line of Mens and
'" prices on our Boys
MaJ. R. A. Burnham, who owns a About twenty dollars' worth of good A Card of Thanks.It E. L. Carney:, H. C. Groves and -

beautiful orange grove at Lake Weir in the front of the store 'were destroyed H. L. Anderson that they will eiiher. Straw Hats. Our desire is to close out
bithis county, left yesterday for hisdane by the horse in his wild 'a- being Impossible for meto thank clean or assist in cleaning the lots i every

\, In Waco. Texas where he owns reer. The runaway caused a great deal my many friends in person who so within the specified time. hat have hand. -,
t,farm and other business Interests. dot excitement. generously supported me for tax col- The colored population is also re- we on V

IIt:will be gone all 's.um mer. lector in JWir recent primary, I use que..ted to cooperate and to get their I j Your is NOW
opportunity '
the press to express to them my appreciation -
To the Trustees of places spick and span before the 29th. {I
3.Yr.s. B. Russ, the versatile "Short Ocala Presbyterian Church. for the great amount of Let each and everyone nuke a long I .

Ta&' :writer of the 'rimes.Uplon.1f'glt..tered (lentlemen good will shown me, by my recent .re- pull and a strong pull together, and in
It Is earnest wish to donate a
,at the Ocala Houselerda.y. our nomin\tion for tax collector. THE VARIETY STORE. .
quantity of the L. & M. Paint to your a few days the work will b<* accomplished I
c ,He has won a reputation of church and every church whenever. It I Have tried to do my duty in the with ease and dispatch. .

tn the "Addison of the Florida is to be painted. past, and with my three years experience The rain of yesterday somewhat- retarded -
[lam"t churches with L. &
10,000 :
M. I hope to make a more efficient the movement but when the -E. C. Smith. C. V. Roberta
-- Barrows & Peck Montpelier. Vt, tax collector than heretofore. It clouds shall have finished 'shedding
.<.. .'.<<<">>1 and Mrs. W. C. Doolittle, who Writes "School- House No. 1. painted is my sworn duty to keep as closeas their tears of regret at our unsightly SMITH & ROBERTS. -
among. the with I.. & M- two coats. Used only -
most the
prominent and possible to statutory laws gov- streets the work wall be resumed with .1
L. :M. mixed with
five gallons &
popular of the winter colonists at the nine gallons oil. Paint cost only 97 1-i efning the office, and 'if any of these renewed energy and pushed to a finish, and
, any Jlttte village of Belle\iew. cents a Ballon." laws seem oppressive. I ask you not before the 9th of this month. Funeral Directors Licensed Emba1n)ers

assed-through Ocala Tuesday on their L. & M, Zinc hardens the L. & M. to censure me a; an official for carry- ----'-- LATEST :METHODS. BEST GO DS. WORK, GUARANTEED.
' wa4r' to Short Beach Conn., where White Lead and makes the paint wear ing out the laws but seek relief The Lindsay Medal.
?1 like iron.A Telegraph orders receive prompt attention, and embalming}; done anywber. _
>> spend the :; mmer. O. Hunt Riley Mich., through the proper channUI" next on short notice. '
I.c Writes. "Painted my residence 15 legislature The- gold medal given by Dr. W. C.
!rs; J, R Shaw, after spentlins a years ago with L. & .M. Looks well I again thank you for your support Lindsay, pastor of the Presbyterianchurch

fea.. days in ald* returned \ her now" Very truly yours, of this city, t.*-- the highest OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY
beme 4l Island Sold by Mcl\er & MacKay: Ocala;
Sbiw' Grove Tuesday. Mrs. Florida. E. L. CARNEY. grade In. deportment and scholarshipin I
'" came down to' be with Mr. -- the high school department of the \
t'I!"'1qw. who ls at the Marion countyhating Miss' Maggie Lytle, Earl and Carl Miss EuU Durrance, who has been Ocala public school will be a perma- -

,. !pital i' had an operation ir- Lytle and their younger sister, childrenof the cashier at the' Variety store for the nent offer Dr. Lindsay will give this

.t rtoed' sverwl days ago. He Is, get. Mr. Frank Iytle, who have attended past year left Wednesday for Thor medal ,each year, and it will prove a

ling plong,.. niwly.Ruco. school in Ocala the past eight City to join her parents and to make plendld incentive to the pupils. S. H. BLITCH. Mgr. H. ROBINSON, Pres.J. C. BOOZER Asst. Mgr till

months, returned to their home at her home in that city. She was accompanied Dr. Lind-ay's generosity Is greatly GEO. J. BUTCH Teller.
:}:;1fr s..n\ who has been at Stanton-on-Lake-1A'eirTuesday. These by her sister and brotaer-in- appreciated by the pupils, teachers andjatrons

liiunl with hU: sisters for the past four children are among the brightest law, .Mr. and Mrs. George Hayes whowill of the school and he Is due

,made 'ononlhs, reached' Ocala Tuesday pupils In the school and their record spend several weeks visiting their a vote of thanks from all

13tOrnlna Before coming home he went this year has been a most enviableone. relatives at Ybor City. Mr. and Mrs. His example is splendid one, and The Strong Hold the

.GVe.t4.Cuba.: and spent a few days at Carl Lytle took part in the declamation Hayes expect soon to go to Oklahomato worthy of imitation.

.then' to Tampa for a few daysthin contest Friday afternoon and make their home in that western

$ad: home; He went out to hU recitation of -Benedict Arnold's state They go for the benefit of Mr. Mrs Jennie Blair of Victoria Fla. .

Ji SloJ'tt farm near Cotton Plant Death Bed" was very fine indeed. He Have**' health. is the charming guest of Dr.. W. H. COMMERCIAL BANK -

esday afternoon anti his twin brother Earl. who are Mareaa and family for a few days. ,

-": .? ,.. _-_-,_ _.-,VV only thirteen years of eli-eo and small The railroads and the trusts will Mrs. Blair's father the late Rev. R

,Ji.ti'J :LaPontis-see was a pleasant for their age will enter-th'high school have a struggle to hold on the Araer- C. Ryall, was for many years rector OCALA, FL0.

.- r:.Vt. this office yesterday. He is department next term. can people, in spite of the loosening of the Church of the Redeemer in CaJ- f

c.--a.: tour of the state In the In- effevt of the San Francisco earthquakeon i.rot 'IlL, during the residence of Dr.

: ';td' the Jackson\1ie! Metropolis Religion of Gaekwar of Baroda, pretty near everything else. and ilrs Marean In that city, and the Has Upon Public Confidence is Evi-

'.V f our public tneri. and espetl' Buddhist. two families have been life-long
'"t-tl Se.| oently elected to the leg- The standpatters will hardly dare friends.: and
by its Large Increasing
'>", ':On' the everglades drainage I think we should leave a man's religion ,. stand out against the tariff on build-

>.-. >k' Bis conclusions wiU be, to lI mself. It he lives his life* *o ing material to the unfortunate San Mrs. Gates .and her daughter; Miss '

f**::the Metropolis.! It 4s safe: that he can die at peace with his con. Francteoo; sufferers, though they will Inez Gates, of South Lake WeIr are, Business.
thai the governor has a.hard 1 ik'It'IK"t he should -have the ,right to still continue the tariff tax on homes spending this week with ,friends IB ,
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: Next Legislature Will Oppose Drainage A of PARAGRAPHS -
congressmen and C ,
Testcorrespondent Scheme-People Have Not Washington correspondents' recently a a AND P
t .Pi.; V. L$av ngood, Business .World says: Gone ...Id. visited the points of interest from the .' .'>,

,. epithet "liar is an in- Jamestown Exposition grounds to the One reason M\\
: Chairman D U. Fletcher of the state historic Jamestown Island. In the whys opportunity
When ,used by ) w0 is that
executive committee, was seen this party was Jewell H Anbree; a well it knock J A

to another de morning by a Metropolis reporter and known Washington correspondent of opportunity knocks al the

with the understanding asked If he had received any official the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, who W uld1't do any better ts
tb"ist at his man' election returns, but he had none, says of the interesting scenes on the knoekers.-Atlanta

for a fight or a foot: -I don't expect to get these returnsfor trip S :' ', I Ur

: the epithet indi' several days yet* said Mr. Fletcher "Quite apart from the Interesting I From the

or cowardice and I 1 as the democratic call gives the features of the Jamestown exposition States reports t t' 1
seems to be
: : of either all various'"county chairmen six days to as an exposition will be the opportunity -, there I, down at dO; eT

a gentleman for. get in all ,the returns from their respective afforded by &. visit to a. portf')n .t dig the txct 1i -

apology Is de- counties and then two days i:the country to study the historica. canalPittsburgThe Da .." .

the resort is to pis. longer are allowed them to file these points In the immediate vicinity. Recently
Rev. J.
Kinsey ,
the spot if both hap- reports with the state chaIrman. so I was afforded the opportuu-ty Smith san
I or afterwards. Fre- you see it will be several days before of visiting Jamestown which is but a of compared to Lo' Uyiii tilt
Pitsburg Is like
are forced at a re any official Information be ready short ride} br water from the exposition hearea He
Motto Th. have
: Banner, believing an idea that heavta
to give ouf site and while en route listened Is
at th. top will able tt tab near the smokestack of
the understanding and "Have you formed any impression as to a most interesting and hstr.ctive'Jistorical the ot1u

th.mMlvu has taken its stand in sentiment that the to the results of 'the state election?" lecture during which the Washington S Post.

barricades with the common used except with the was askcHL points of historical interest were *

i: and its fight will.be mad. for the of provoking troub- "Well. I understand the indications pointed out to me as we reached them. A Cincinnati man has nim 4 4
son Ananias. He
ttrment of those at the bottom. l to a positive lie mali- point to the success of Burr and BUtch in a vague way I'Md realized that Virginia nnuintend
As a matter o( course, as railroad commissioners and Judges was .the state in which some of insurance bune.! -BC
: ,r-- '.- .-- I seldom made public ParkMIl and Whitfleld for ,the supreme the most Interesting events in our ear-

j FRIDAY. ", MAY 25 1906. 'When they occur be- bench. I ly history were laid out the full his- S S S i

F "I>> think the | torical A Warren., O. wxxnan. win .w_1l
men i you complexion of the interest of the Virginia soil -- --

Railroad .Commissioner-elect in this Instance proves next legislature will be drainage or had never before been presented so ed the one hundredth ann1v 7

toa A. Blitch was a prominent ) of public life in .nti.dr-d nage.. forcib'y. It appears to me that a visIt her birthday the other day, fea

i' to Ocala Saturday. widely known than is ,"I can't say, but think the SL'nate to the exposition site the historic ed a pipe for eighty years jfot ti
same pipe
President Sam will be close. However this Is only a waters which lie about it and the however.. -.Toledo Kii!

)r& Ruth Kim wife of the To this day men guess." points of interest where the first Eng-

Interpreter Goom Kim at Tampa Looks "AS in" Broward. lish colony was established would of President Roosevelt says that he

entered a $ult f dlvorce/alleging when Houston was The indications from telegrams received itself .' an educational advantage seen lots of men with entirely

treme"cruelty- as" the cause.. :* T' of the Republic of by The Metropolis so far' pointto ftT American that would be well much money. So far not &
newspaper man in
were at white heat the next legislature being anti- worth his while. In, addition to the the

Hon. Hunt Harris was elected I interested and every drainage. In only five counties out of opportunity for studying colonial his- resented this remark as anytalaj l

ber of the senate from Key West : to 'back up his as the forty has the state administration tory the stirring time of the revolutionary soaal. Atlanta JournaLS.
will. be a candidate for president : of arms. been indorsed. period found their stage and

I the. senate. 'j ; : on his way to the i One of the interesting features of setting here. To look'at the remnantsof "What.sto become of me if

President Houston the election is the return of nearly the old pier where LaFayette landed amendment prevails? blurted

;: tefnal Yke-Presld r \ Fairbanks was.;& I a bitter enemy, who every state senator who offered for ; his men or to trace the course of Clarke the Montana Copper ft _
delegate the I when it was
Southern ; upon him. Kin- reel 'etlon. H. H, McCreary, of Alachua, Lord Cornwallls in his last campaign proposed la the ito

odist general conference at. the president a won over'J. B. Dell by a big majority. and final surrender will impress the prohibit producing agencies
ham, Ala.* and )ddressed ,that 1) ing railroads. The answer t.. -
'. v" Frank Sams won over C. O. Codring- mind of American youth more than thlt
yesterday.JlF unfit for publication .
so does not 'prove It." ton in Vol usia. Hunt Harris is reelected any burning of a midnight dip over Drr u

: ank, Walpolf,1 of the" IanatHecord. Sam Houston paid from Key West. In :Monroe. tons of historical Jdrf. The locationof Daily News. *

la going to have his red for blood. He walked In several of the counties of the the exposition site itself is admira

done up fiv "spl1t- urls" and ispeak would be antagonist state there were hot local contests. In ble. Surounded by the sea and within Senator Aldrich allege .>,fable

::1ee' toi the editors atOcala.' Suwannee county an effort was madeto easy reach and communication, with io prove an alibi in ih>-
of the
: City Index. been handed down defeat A. D. Hemming for tax assessor far-famed resorts of the Atlantic grounding the mUle
:' Rhode ,..
; r' f .1, V. I as remarkable. Under by the claim of incompetencyand coast it seems certain that the attendance -.Sioux S SA' City Juur

rApalachcola! is getting quite m : would violence unfairness, but it failed Mr. Hemming from all parts of the country will i

1- politan-the good -people of that winning by a big vote. will prove satisfactory. If plans of i baby buggy that huu up
been invented by an Ingenious
Dot _; shave" instead) of ten-so, says the,' : ', .[ is said to have In Columbia county Dr. A. P. Julian, hear much favorable talk In cago man. Now, is he will Just Mit'

:- sacola member of-the house of with a baby to match, he can hare <
Journal now that the gerat- a representatives Washington are 'caried out the peopleof
at the last session of the legislature this vote for the fattest office in the
; r of Texas. is continent will be given an opportunity -
.The 'Tate bill passed the senate by country he .once was beaten for the senate by to see >the geratest navaldisplay City- Tacoma Dally Ledge

y vote*of 71 to ;. Those votIng in I to fight. is ac- Frank Cone. young lawyer of Lake that has ever been given to a

negative 'ivere Senator Foraker, : his self-control and City. any people and tbe greatest combination Thanks to the great popularity!

lican, of"Ohlo, and-'Senators Y '- not alone his ac I Savannah News Comments. of sea fighting machines that has Bunyan's "Pilgrams Progress."

-. aDd- 1 Pettus.' democrats, ? ,, of Alabama. the general run of In editorially 'commenting on Tuesday's ever been floated in any waters." words "muck rake" have b fis tr

i election the Savannah News, an lated into eighty four lansua!,
? Live Oak is the largest. Inland A Full-Blown cago Tribune.
Bailey is nut plac impartial paper has the following tosay Flower.
to the state by :a nice Uttl m S *
of man who :
; .and .ehows the largest, percentage I Houston. He is 'ac- The Everglades and Primary. Editor Tribune: Your occasional A fishing firm at \\ nd*'utr. ti,
: increase of any"other town in the is named Herring & Pike. A
I "According to dispatches from Florida very
honor and when he complimentary remarks about the Hon.
since the last census.-Arcadia : apropriate name for the businessthe
Governor' Broward's scheme for
of liar" those who Frank E. Harris are well deserved
We believe that that he does so with the drainage of the everglades was defeated story that they caught a
we would be that gentleman. O'lorldabas
no more herring during this The vrit
in the primary held in that state season.
forethought with
., in saying that the
bere ls
in DeSoto" "county,. as,> wmparro inore \" the Texas code 'it is on Tuesday. The issue was made in worthy and deserVing citizen within evidently meant herring bones-Ne-i.I

connection with the legislative .ticketIn her bounds. port News Times Herald.
the population than in ny. other that its silent ac .* .
ty In 'the' "Land of Flowers."- ji"v' by his con- each county. His unselfish ,devotion for, a lifetimeto
the guilt of the Governor Broward's election was to Sfcrcatl-y Shaw has understood "
?wL, .,' ...;;c< .':t-. ".., '-''' a ('onsiderableexti'nt due to his promise the interests of the people of the be still running for president but you!

\Ve read much nowadays-: of : that fce "would drain the ever faules. state should commend him to all good can't hardly notice it, at alt.-HoustoalExpress8.

,paper+Itoglish.1; and "current Blow in Georgia. There is a, fund that -an be used for citizens. Patriotic, honest and honorable -

.. guage1 7 bu< we' wish to remark "lie direct" is con- that purpose, and as we understand in all the walks of life, public *
and private absolutely A great name is to b* won in P.35-
the most graceful writer on the involving the hon Jt. soon after he was inaugurated he incorruptible

press today is the editor of the In the old duelling began to prepare for the work he had with a wealth of experience and sla. But not evidently Petrus Pet-:-

Oak Democrat And we'd llk { encounters result- promised to do. The preparation consisted intellectually the equal of any man in runkevitch or G. Whizz Gorerajrfcfct

know his ,name.-Lake City Index.> of this epithet It in .making surveys and soundings the state, why should not the good They have all the name they need aU;

ort'd that a man and In the construction of people of Florida turn to Frank E rsady- New York Evening Mali
The split-leg drag holds "lie" will not re- dredges. There however sprang up avery Harris as the best equipped of all her I S t i

second to the blanket primary a Only recently decided opposition to the under sons for the next governor of the i It is a pity if Father Gap i- dta&:
state? Upon and if he is not dead he ought to bee
the Texas papers. The former has produced such taking. The claim was put forth that questions of* public inter

virtue of being entirely between Col. John the drainage of the everglade wa est affecting the state of Florida he Naahville -American.
worthy of Investigation
is .
perhaps the'most learned
; It helps to make Col. J mes W. impossible. and best
I A country roads while the latter of the governor's i NTh controversy has been carriedon posted of any man in the state. Let When Kuropatkin annoumohe tat

to political roads only.-..--Cuero n ap (' utmost efforts of with a considerable show of feel the people of Florida lay aside to a was about to write a history of tw -
a dueL ing. Perhaps there is some politics In certain extent politics and select a Japanese war. the question wased asi

The following is the, song that by law It is it. Anyway. in the campaign that wag man that from every standpoint will | whether it "would be.t ruaaiajt"

-. being sung la Washington: procedure in court closed this week the candidates for make' Florida a good governor. Harris | story Now he refuses to Wri1"- it-

Kverybody lies but Roosevelt. as the first blow. the legislature were understood to be will bear the test-will they do Buffalo Evening Times

He stands around all day: turning point! on for and against the drainage scheme. I it, or will they allow the politicians a a S

Thinks he's a man of iron accUHd'of murder And. it is said, a majorit bas been i to go to the St Johns and pick up a At moments the senate becomes S .
captain or first mate of worked that vk-e-presiUt-n f'3i?- ,
: But he's only common clay. light sentences chosen that is against It. some "tug- up '
passed blows fol "While the governor: has at hIs command boat" and make him g01j'rnor--\.n banks becomes excited. It i.wflfl

The Tampa Herald says that < who was denounc a sum of money that can :be 'Old Neighbor! in Tampa Tribune.. condition of affairs when the blood _.

: negro gamblers were nabbed by of the epithet In 'used for drainage purposes withoutthe run? through Fairbanks mot tha*

_i- officers of the law in that city Saturday been held that the consent of the legislature, it is admitted The Clearwater Press estimates that once every two hours.-Dallas NCWSS :
i 51.000.000 will be paid for .
night. These negroes should "lie" precipitated that it isnt enough. A small tax sponges at 0

chalked their faces white and gam Cor. New York for that purpose therefore, will haveto Tarpon Springs during the current "As to typographical disi i tY" S"'

-: with impunity, be levied by the legislature. but if year. Twenty-nine thousand dollars Editor Lyman of the New Turk Tn- :

: the legislature is against the scheme week was paid for the product during the hun, "I doubt if anybody reai'v!: pre'

It fs rumored that the military investigation ot no tax will be levied. ending May 5. One London firm fer the tadpole fashion of siting UP ;

at St Petersburg has -condemned inhuman treatment "A question that presents itself fs recently made a $10,000 purchase. If nerw.spaper--'ail head and IM t.t'e. It '.

death 'Gen. Stoessel and turpentine camps this: Will the governor begin the work that gait is kept up Tarpon Springswill wors-e if porible, than the ,.'tiirttr1

Nebogatoff, 'who were in command the grand jury has with the money he has at his disposal? soon boast of several .mPtoonaires style-K,OQoe cubic miles t'! ii.-.vi-! '%-

the Russian fort, ; ': condemning among he.r residi'nts-St. Petersburg < Hare !n
s and fleet at Port Arthur It would seem to be folly to do so.sinc.e Times. I Oe
in no uncertain it might be wasted. It mJht_ "mot J i relative.Boston, Ht'.t.loI
8eral presentment U V .
: I be enough to demonstrate that the S
it: The rutted States supreme co Jones. Trouble of great swamp can be drained. aDd ifihSs -I Is thr :fact that an "j<' -- ;J"p ,

deckles that United State t 1a1l likely to arise in and future legislature should refuse [company 'increased Its e-iofk '" ''** "

-.; Joseph R. Burton of 'Kaas..Wl f&ia" ti': .- .' "" ,

serve the jail .spteJiee and pay th aristae in various .. .
work the money used would be thrown' ed Bt-rkf. Seattle IiTh 'I'
heavy fine mipostid upon hita by. *tet Petersburg JT
4_ Inferior away. It looks, therefore, as if the putr- S a.
oourt in whteb
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_; and i-onvtcted pose of the governor were blocked h map'who kicked : ir 'j i -- rbokB -

defrauding the government provided of course that the primary I hbeeu Ii- fX; ., : !
in certain land -transactions.Judge has.written as foi- '
of ;
.-.-- Tuesday was against.tl. E' drainage B'i "(1i:' :ui.
to a personal! scheme. iubtte5 AI '; "' "
Hsin corruption a yw4iave
Locke f governor will
( th$ United. $t.at "I shall not do i ,
district court, denltod'the. motion another allna- have something to say about the matter coatn1E. not !>*. 'I I in i iFlorhte I. < -

Continue the case of J. S, Forbess. ; it unless within the next few days, indicating I Tiaes-Unioo, IS
: JohpJ.. Stetson to the legal whether he will be on with the 'f- -I
.. representuve to demand it.
u $. 01 me s>ai<1 St tson. He continued undertaking until the money at his It }* festhnated'tteta i.''imv' < '..:,u
the case or Mrs." Lena" ", E MathisagainsUMr. ensib on the sub di.sposal gives out or whether he wjU hands I25. Ones in u- !L J,. ff

E Stetson toMrs...Elizabeth 'shall accept Tuesday's vote as a veto of the IpJgilt: if Awt Hetty Gr. ei: dirt "">t
again be the
Stetson., projected improvement" happen to &e0 it first.-RIM h">'.-r I a-
because the
,. -. ._ nomi- ri'l too and Advertiser.Secretary .
1 not he the n-jmi- Few realize the gigantic task
The East" CVat un -'
hegun _
and Jeffersonian. de taken ; ;
the work of ballasting its track all the Flagler in extending IzA Shaw s tlrntv:

way from Jacksonville to Miami and the Florida East Coast railway to Key thE Rockefeller City Xat!lOoL. B.il1K

on,.' down, to the end of the mainland. i Wt. t. The expense In 'preparing for and other Wall Street banker uit
session. at Ocala this sreAt undertaking is he Ia ilr
Itjis a tremendous simply enor- \irtually paying intt-it- "ti
undertaking, and
1 w\U cost millions of dollars. When fin .am to St Peters- wcas. Almost an army of men are for your Protectionwe I gold they are importing t'r' n, lour'JiM
their I I
i ht'd and th$ road Js extended to Key all have annual get- busy framing the timbers which, '_n will n ... I I by-advaucia the can vith.,u: mutest 4
i, Wstt, it will pccupy a position io,' the i: Ferguson a chance be transported to the keys for tbe| i>laev tliix label on every on security ther naji I'JI'.J :4
ha building of J
-TcLuwa"or unique and1 ,peculiar to depots, houses. etc. On the'key& t 'i package of Scottv Emulsion. States bond "To mm tll.- :<-tD

-'p" $lf, --.. strike and put are several thousand men atl The man witlj a fish on bis back shall be given" is tbini-tlt. fit ati'uD-
at editorial work,
blasting out the rock and is our br'ration fvll \vs.
e Our ,', though, what ing tbe road-bed. A trade-ciark and it is a
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.. wmdotence to the"Oeala' Ed. Tie bUUd-j jjuuranttt! that Scott's Emul. -'
Independent tance has
_ tto ox. the result of the primary in about. three weeks,I. it is said already been CQl ion will do all that is claimed It will probaoly) turn vut rt..1: : ieir4tIO5ei
the. nomination of by 'aiIz.admen who have: for it. ltf.OiOoi battlesti.;' Ifc
;_ railroad commlsjr Nothing: better for
inspected lung
Sl< the \dl'
- 06rs--Pejasacola Journal, __ complete work that It I throat bronchial gone up in sm.k ar- the rnouev
I- i* tbe best troubles In
,nLhe.Orai Editor" : road-bed in" th; lrnltfod I infant have to be used to help iuc 5i%
flet Coast
: \)1 1Ce n.) {('n Railway &'o. States. S or adult. Scott's Emulsion -
; 1it. fight i''as aal han J.5< is Pral iMQ,
< eon9. -. ) and laborers one of the greatest flesU-
tlnu.e ;be ..dJnt -r- I ,
4 1orida .' ua 'pOliCY of the I board to work on The builders known to the medical
?aIIwa advantage of oa*
y oommisslon. which, road outh of an. Indirect tax world. The ship-sabsidy steal is suit
_ d1stimna-tes liketh '
against th-Interior and i ay ",)U can't find tariff is as one of the HV/f vote shy of being reported "faorabtf -
in he princij tend you *
wtweat of the. seaport, '(.Jtle I[ 'lQrid..L.-Ja" < standpatters said the foolIsh l ample free. by the committee of Merchant Ma.-
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eyes eff' -
_: Llobbytsts have expendfvi all their
f.,-- S ) t5-tr for nothing,

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County Primary May ,. J906:: _

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1 ,;'Mmber Schoot Board-1st Dist. I I I I I !I'I {I. 1,047 '

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t..i. In several Instances It will be noted the figures do not foot :up correctly the totals used. 'This was caused by adding a number contested votes after the above count by precncts.



1#- Geiger truck farmers are through Conveying) aqd Power Transmission Appliances

. "Th y'Are Doing in the Land o\ shipping peas and are now: shipping Florida Truckers Have Made Money J. Sligh & Co. Turn Down Check

.o:th, Grapefruiand.Pine, .. .i&, bean Out of Their Crops. for a Car of Potatoes. '
1 Maljiqery and
.':.', .All the cabbage has been shipped Mining Supplies .

.; a 'few potatoes" :are beingpn :from Pine Castle. The crop has beena "Within the next week or ten days Hastings, May 17.-A sensation was i

( the IJ\ east its#coast' are: showing, paying one.; the vegetable season Till be at,an end created here yesterday when there was .

Thomas Dyches, A.J.. English and posted in front of the postoffice a let-
: f',weJL j in this part of the state. said a prom- THE CAMERON BURKLEY co.

House of Chokoloskee is ski! .,,J. C. Trautha-m are heavy tomato shippers inent commission man this morning ter signed by President John T. Dis- ""

a;itwtp eppr from Callow. "and it has been one of the most prof- mukes of the First National bank of Walrus Leather. Dealers and Manufacturers' .Agents for Machia r7 and I '

;1.r: Knight 0 f Crystal River, is : If a man desires big and quick itable years the Industry ,has ever St. Augustine, advising shippers thata CHARLESTON Sup plies. Sa C. ..
profits he should go to Manatee county dMA
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ne'flne celery. known in this section.
I and grow grapefruit. check given by S. J. Sligh & Co. to
bWhave suffered severely at "The tomato crop has proven espe-
I Some Fort Myers: growers have recently C. J. :Masters had been turned down 6
for lack of rain. cially good. It was smaller in' quantity
) been receiving $11a.. boy return
.-' lot I for thair grapefruit.
; oat of b&rklns. I prices: prevailing were far in excess car of potatoes from Masters. It
Vegetables are being shipped from
keind South Lake Weir melon 'I of the realized before. This came seems that a representative of Sligh's
and good returns oomint
'Whit@'City :
.:'are. very promising I' from two facts alone; one because the bought Masters' crop at a certain fig
back to the .
osjs rains ,have been of great growers.Pomelos market was not glutted and the other ure, but Master*, after shipping one .

1 tti lNaq'Ga llie groy'ese.' can be grown so cheaplyIt ,on account of the high quality of the car and receiving a check for it. sold
; Is claimed that a net profit of $1 a 1
__ '.! *)Ankona" "'district -are I fruit. These conditions: have been confined the balance of his crop to another
box would the well '
.:beandrully. l Tb f crop Is .pay to every portlono f the county, party.
.. ," ::; -" Eoy':)ton will ship over 50.000 cratesof
'.r. { e and the growers, profiting by the pres- Sligh & Co. claim they had sold potatoes e th4
this and they will be
, ,!; Duri' And (X* J, Wilson are pines year ent experience, will devote their atten- which they expected from Masters
of the best Quality that ever left the
.tomatoes and potatoes from tion to smaller but better crops in the and on finding that Masters had
s- coast. \
tJ.-? : future. gone back on his contract and wouldnot
It Is estimated by competent judges
!I.aid!;cukes are being shipped '"Thtpineapple season is just coming deliver the good, refused to pay

'afrield! aid: bringing sro'.d reTURED. that the present: orange crop at Lake in. The key crop will move quickly. the check drawn for the car. This, < fl47iqit\ 14A :.i. i
'!t Buffum will not exceed th lSOu crop. :
--,- \ The fruit is of a Very good qualityand Sligh holds is perfectly legitimate on ry ya
It is said that the late Captain
the entire yield will go between his part. There is a variety of opin- '
:Richards, of Eden: h? the father of
7:;,OOO and 100,000 crates. The mainland ion as to: the wisdom of President Dis-
r B BY pineapple iadust.-y on t>.e mainlandof
Florida. pines are beginning to move also but mukes in publicly: placarding Sligh in :4a

it will be two weeks yet before the front of the postoffice. S. J. Sligh.
The ngl'ta.blt'a >n just closing .
shipments become. heavy. The fruit is like all buyers has his enemies, and '..<
:: has been one of the most successful >. .
excellent and I look to see the out they condemn him. :? '. -
jTCHINGSC&LPBroke G & in the'Jew River section that :has ever
put reach half a million crates, though The wires were kept hot between '

been. R.known.G. Calhoun. of Sanford shippedthe some place it as not more than 300,- here and Jacksonville when Sligh 4' ctr stoo (:; > \
: ;
.f. 000 crates. found out that Dismukes's letter had .]
first solid carload of cukes from :: ',
"Taking the season as a whole the been published. The matter got so 11 ,. .: t
Out Also Hands that place last week. The car contained .. ,
..' on growers of the <'Ountwlll have. no warm that at the request of President -,. '; ":

mbs-SutTertng Intense- 316 crates. room fur complaint They have done Dismukes the letter was taken down.8Ugh Lt
have 1 \ I .
{ nt'err : '
Clareona growers : ; :-
better than ever before and are now soundly censures both Dismukesand : ":
,Said Too Old to Be well with their grapefruit and. Kite or .
". in a position to reap even better successes the postmaster: and says that he '
-An Old Soldier of 80 anges. Some of the late grapefruit has next season and those succeed- will hold them liable .for damages forinjuring FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK' :* :. ,, 3
netted $i a box. : /
Miami his credit. There is
ing. Metropolis.President likelyto 5
Declares. : Growers at St. Augustine are goingto J '.', >
be considerable litigation before the '
take drastic steps to exterminatethe .-;.: -,: <:. .
,, Sledd's Visit. matter is' over. On the face of it it BETWEENJacksonville :: .. .
has became a '..
white fly. This pest .
seems to be a case where grower .

1CURA TREATMENT great nuisance. On Saturday night last Dr. Andrew makes a contract land when ,he can:: and New York. -
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MS A, BLESSING"ifl At Maitlaml some! of the growers I stead president of Florida do better fails; to ttve up to it, It is : ;

.' l mve had to liiuwat r to irrigate their (Stat University, delivered an address rare that such drastic measures as : y.. : > -

t .r..re, o trees, as the long dry spell: has caused to an appreciative.. Audience at the I posting in a puWic place Is 'resorted .' -. "
.. A
sue" man
Charleston :
Calling at S. C., both > ". ': :
times dl all people I am the fruit to fall off. Methodist church on ")Iy EducationalCreed to and it is more than likely .. ways. ':' ._ ; .o.

I 1testify to the merits or Cu- Cotohatchee. near MkMle Rin r has ." The subject was ably and laterestingSy that Mr. Slisa win recover damages' :-irarsTZAUSHiPS nr TSS COASTTCSS SZSVKS.' : >- 1.

..': me from worse than shipped so far this seH-
wig Ittts of hades, about the year 4&)1) crates of truck and the returns could have been listened to with 'profit I lace New 1 1 THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN MHESlREIGBt .
B itching on niy scalp and have been very good. by anyone who has feat the slightest .
and I II '
1 afterward it commenced
*' : Seville will com utenee shipping interest in the rtat subject of edac4tioa. I The Governor and the Everglades.It SERVICE BETWEEN
-frf 03 hands. Then it f "
my about the '23th. The tree are for asivejrsai Jacksonville, Boston and Providence : ':
?out ou my limbs.l I was advised Patches "' Dr( SlwW's plea was ,Ii I ':'.

salt and \\wateraach I did to loaded and prospects are fine. The I education. As qualified and dsvelrojied were just as pertinent to ask who '. and all Eastern Points. "

.. t,1 J then\veut to a Surgeon,who crop is estimated at 7,500 crates. his position, should meet the approval is paying (fc)vernr Browa -Q' expenses I '.: .:

w orating m? with a wash: of The Florida cabbage crop is a largeone : of the people! of our state. in his canvas for his drainage Calling at Charleston Both. Ways. .. : ', ;,

.--Tlus treatment did me no good. ,' and the heads are splendid, large That which should appeal to the good]1 scheme. '. 11is going from place to SEMI WEEKLY: SAILINGS. .

rated tl* disease. I and hard. Epicures say that there 1:1 people of our state is the fact that hej:place i discussing it, and it costs: 'sme- /

tee In Erie hin11 would go and see a phv- no better cabbage grown than in stands for and seeks to give those who,! thing to ride on railroads and stop at .......t" iwsU................,.. ............ .......................--- Fr W Lewis' WarfvBttithnsi : ."... : -"

1-, go; anywhere, The, reply but was a case that'l orPJ Florida. come under him a Christian' education. |!'1 first class hotels. Who Is footing the ".,:.... ............................................ Frs: foot of Catisrhs' Sirssi, Jacsos7in3Clyde '. .t-,

la* mine could not be cured; \V. B. Kuhl & Son have started a On Sunday morning the large congregation I bills? The drainage'of the everglades .

| teo old (SO). I went to an cannery at Starke where all: kinds of at the'Presbyterian church i Is not an individual scheme of hH and St. Johns River Line. { :
doctor> the dty.of Erie and fruits and vegetables will be canned. had the privilege of hearing Dr. Slfedd lit is not to :be supposed that he is paying : l

with, hini.for via months with ; The cannery has. a capacity of 1,000 preach an able earnest interesting, I\- this money out of his own pock- Between Jacksonville ;
and Sanford '
t ,l dad read'; of the CV cans a day. searching sermon on the subject of I;ets. It is as pertinent to ask. who 'is ..

th'ofte i. I was strongly \ There area number of buyers at duty. doing' it? Ocala Banner. Sjpi2j I:I Tolatka, As:::, :Bere'sfari: ( Dew ) jci Zsterasiiatt ". :-; ,
.. tO'pve,them a trial, i'O I sentvSoap McIntosh who are hunting for beans : He developed, not the positive but [ The Journal Is not in a position to Latiirgs os:: St. Jshss: live '? '
l. and ''continued, Ointment taking! the and other vegetables. Truck prices are the negative sMe o; the subject. Sin speak for Governor Broward but The -

t \mt l i,had taken six bottles, very satisfactory and growers are consists not .simply in what we. do, Journal knows and the Ocala Banner Steamer City of Jacksonville

te fail to do as well. "Sin [knows and man of ordinary intelligence appaintea t. Sail follows heave Jacksonville
$ the fills. I was now making momyoSome but in what we every are as daily except Saturdays i-aj p.m _'.
tel" J took two baths a day,, of the Anthony truckers complain when it is finished bringeth forth in the state knows who is Kc-t1&rH1 2-, leave Sanford. daily except: Sundays at v.y: a.m. ":

I let the lather of the that their cantaloupes are shedding death." not paying Governor Broward's ex-

lI** the Ointment with while others claim that their i On Sunday night a Urge audience peases. He isno doubt paying his: South'8oand I i SCHEDULE North-Bound :

eta\dl't after washing in warm vines; are full. There Is some fruit. at I greeted Dr. Sledd at the :Methodist own expenses just as any honest man Read Dowa t .i. Read 119 ,
itching at once. I this point that Is full grown. Church. His sermon there was In nte position would do.: and the Banner ----i

the and Leave,. 3 30 p, mi-....._........-.._- Ja.tsownUfe -._... ...?.. ,,_ Arrive 2 eo a. m
text without the
Caloosa orange His it asking quest
('utK'Ul treatment is a blessing Around equally well received was: I knows 8 45 p. mi.w.-- Palstka .. .-.____.__. Leave S OCt Po .
: be tt.cd grape fruit trees are still blooming, but "And -ye shall know the truth and, UOn-Pl"D.5aCola Journal.A 3 oo a, a.;......? -.--...-. Astor -_...__: 3 3f)p.m
byeH'ty one ,_. __ St. Franris.........._. ._ _...__ .
is "
of the& 1 mu't say any some of the first fruit to appear the truth shall make :you free. tOne .i very beautiful answer, indeed but Arrive. .. 8 30 a. m. __ ._. ,,..,. ._., .. .-. Sanford _...._"._._'u......_. 4. 93 lOOp awra -m .....
t ank God that lIe has given now about as big as a walnut Indica- in speaking o; this visit said: A very beautiful answer indeed, I.)i oo.A. m.*...,.._._._ -Enterprise., .__ -=. a. a

ucka: urative. You can tions point to a good crop .an that place "1 am glad Dr. Sledd came to Palatka isn't it? The Banner's -per .na1 ex: : I '

{ kttet'as.. yu please. A very this coming season! that we might see and hear htm. My periencesith the governor dales not General! Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St, Jacksonville;.' .

dett man/Win. H. Gray, The Vinzant-Albrecht Co., with a opinion is much more fa"OrabJe.r.an lead it to any such {- )nc1usion.DI' 0 .

2t "St.t Phtladdptiia. P: ., capital stock of $25,0dt has been In- It 'has ever been before, "-PalatkaNews. F. M. I IROXMOXG;&. J L. Ass't Geal feas. Ageat in Wast Bay SL.Jackwncills,Fla.W. .
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roWwi$4 hteeot 'rr.ta.ent' corporated in Jacksonville to deal In F. NWeighnovel.. the Russian Foot of Hoaa:Street, Jacksonville, Ffa.

J e+> 1roaa blucy br 10 wart& a hay, grain and produce. The stockholders -- i Ix"t..r.'no has obtained considerable AC. HAGERTY.Ge&IEag'aias. Ajt.. New York. CLYDE MILNEGeniPr'tAgt.N. Y.

-.-M6lI lit tit" Coated PL'11:9r illc..ReWry-,pa Yl.t are \V D. Vinzant Jr.. E. C. It is: the man with the bo right now' 1 notoriety in the Tajjipai newspapers; THEO G. EGER. Vice President and General Manager.

.r. ;!,...tag..e Pro arm,.,gk Budou.....otIeDi .kw Huntington. George T- Aibreeht and I that is worth while. i Is dead.i 1 General OfficesPier, 35. North River.- Branch 290 Broadway, New York.

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For Representative: CONVENTION.The .
Who said Blue Bell was asleep the To the democratic voters of Marion Mr. and .Sirs. James Brown and little Is What Cardinal Gibbons Sug .

past two weeks Don't you believe it county-I will meet the candidates at Gifcce, of Ocala, were the guests of gests for the Jamestown Exposition. Princiual Speaker Today Will be Light!'
-Blue Bell's no idler; she has been too MclntOvSh Thursday 26th and enter Mrs. J. A. Freeman Saturday and Sun- John C. Woolley, of Illinois. :
the for the
race legislature. I have
busy to send the Anthony items, but been encouraged to do so toy the kind day. Norfolk, Va.. Mar": !, 1906.' -
gun) try after this to take time to )Ir. and Mrs. R. C. Special to the
expressions of my good friends in various Ridge visited Special to the Ocala Banner Ocala B3 iaar: .
4 send them regularly. parts of the county. I will prom- their daughter, ')Irs. Gale In Ocala, Harrisburg, Pa... May 23.-"Homer
K Children's Day exercises last ise the people an interesting time. I James Cardinal Gibbons. archbishopof
The Wednesday. Master
Frank Gale
shall conceal nothing that a candidate returned L. Castle of Pittsburg., for Governor The lighting of your fIolII.
Sunday evening were a great 'success. should tell, and if sent to TallahasseeI with them to spend the week. Baltimore, was the guest of the
Never before have:the little ones done will de all in my power to preventthe lIr. -Frank Allen Peake, the noted Jamestown Exposition Company dur- is the battle. cry of the delegates to a subject that cannot fc< ,to

eo well, nor did they ever look, sweeter enactment of laws that will tend lecturer and impersonator was adver- ing a, recent visit to Norfolk whitherhe the state prohibition convention which carefully looked after, there***

i than. they did on this occasion. to increase taxes.GEO. G.Respectfully MATI EWS., tised to -lecture at the hall Tuesday went to attend the Jubilee celebra- opens here today for a two day's.seseon. it behooves you to have ysg

Everyone did his part with ease and evening, but owing to the heavy rainsit tion of St. Vincent's Hospital: Thecardinal The prohibitionists of the state electric wiring done in a mta-

r grace; but best of all was when 'Myrtle For Representative: had to be put off till Wednesday was shown over the exposi- have made unusually energetic efforts ner that 'will not endanger yea i

Shealy and little Eunice Bray I am I want a candidate the job.for I representativeand will abide by e'enlnghen a small audience tion grounds by officials of the com- this spring to work up enthusiasm iroperty. ,We are prepared to ..

marched ,up and took their places be- the rules of the coming primaries and greatly enjoyed his entertainment. pany and examined the buildings finished for their cause and so persistent has nish estimates on at! kinds! si
sido the stand where .the Holy Bible promise if nominated, not to amaze 'Mrs.: Mollie Dillard, postmistress atSummerfield. and in .course of constructionwith been the agitation that the interestof Electrical Work and ;
rested then with but clear the world at my statesmanship; nor much interest He the guartota '
I ; a wee spent the weekendith was particularly prohibitionists throughout the
.. I every inch of wiring to
be the biggest fool in Tallahassee, and ttaftdfc
voice like an angel Eunice repeated 'averse a' loaded Mrs. coming and candidates
positively inspection of the insurance
-- after which Myrtle, with her'l'kh.chUdlsh no Infringements on my campaign Mr. W.' C. Doolittle and wife leftTuesday' village which is nearing completion : every county in the state is represented s IiJI.-
voice aang a most beautiful thunder. Patent"applied' for: for Short 'Beach; 'Conn. On but the thing that appealed to him by afull quorum of delegates It derwriters.! A postal card, addressed :

m song.. Mrs. Pharls accompanied _L. S. LIGHT. the same day Mrs. Bush left for Quincy most was the wealth ,of floral beauty seems to be a foregone conclusionthat to us will receivi mt>

Her on. the orEanJLEverythinff?(ar-5 MARTEL JOTTINGS. Mass., and Mrs. Ilalstead and Miss and verdure which signalizes the Homer L. Castle is the most av- mediate attention.. Give us t
vied 'on beautifully ''and the children Barnes for Roxbury 'Mass. Jamestown Exposition and will be one ailable man to lead the party at the trial. '

'Went away with happy,hearts,, feeling, ".', A, splendid rain, ,fell, on, "yesterday, Mrs./ V. D. Pratt and Mr. 'Robert of its most delightful features. The next election and there is scarcely any
a they had donej their; 'part [well: which axis In time for the crops, whicare h Pratt spent Wednesday and exposition'' grounds are naturally well doubt that he- will ,be unanimously
,Mr. A. B. Moore, of Silver Springs. in good condition, with bright pros- in Ocala with Mrs. Northey mother and most of the trees have elected candidate for the governorshipon

was the,guest of Mr. Hillman Sunday. feats Jor a bountiful harvest. of Mrs. Pratt. been standing. addition ,to these the prohibition ticket of this state. TUCKER & VOGT

Miss Florence Sims ",spent, 'Sundayirith :Mrs. J{.'=W. Long is. visiting rela- L. S. Sparkman of Lakeland, was there are hundreds of beautiful trees He has opened headquarters at one
her parent'..her << Slip iJantow'. In &h'e8.d. friends, at Quincy. the guest of his sister, Mrs. T. A. that have been successfully transplanted of the principal hotels ,and is receiving !
_tr Ocala where she has a' position .as The Mattel school closed Monday in )Mitchell Sunday. and are now in full leaf. Most \ many assurances from delegates.The Ocala, Fla. ;

seamstress. A. manner creditable to the teachersand Dr. T. Slaughter left Sunday for i of the native.plants are tl wer.bearlngand principal at etaosinhrwstliocmfw

Some of the tanners 'hav lost .lots pupils. Refreshments were served Guthrie Ky.. to join his wife who there Is a great profusion of evergreen The principal spearker at 'the meet For Sale.

x>f oats on account of the. rainyweather to the pupils at ,3 p. m. A number ofpatrons' has been away the past month They shrubs. ing today will be John C. Woolley. of Forty acres of fine land sea;>
: and friends attended, and all will remain away a few weeks longer, Cardinal Gibbons, who was accompanied Illinoins. He will speak this evening ange Springs Marion county, F14 .
Mr. .Louis Lang, of Ocala, was a spent a pleasant time. then return home together.Mr by a party of clergymen and and tomarrow evening, after the conclusion northwest quarter of soutinrau

_ -caller In our/little" town. ewer- Ifc'Mr.and :Mrs. tBrown" ,.,of:. BUtcfatpri. John Brown and family, who business men of Norfolk expressed of the convention there will See ter, Section the land 4,and township make 12 me, fangs aa 1if j
Ing. .Mr. L.. mustUikecuj.tora.calls : as'h '. are)!.I"I qther| : 'Idaughte-'''''''' 'it ljrst A. arrived last week from California pleasure and appreciation at what he be another meeting which will be Address D. C. Alexander A .

quite ft #(B lpessli t re ; M\Bush. 11 fII! have gone to housekeeping in the Abbott saw. addressed by Homer L. Castle W. H. Miss. 5-1W21

_ :. tbough. I guess.t. a I.Tbei 'o ng, jl \ Of t I e.! a fie- cottage. "I am both surprised and delightedat Berry, the state treasurer, and other'

Mr. H. Aj'ALwate.spentSaturda, )' fined and sociaCwhlch',la dermmstrat-! Mr. L. L.. Hopkins is having a barn the beauty of ;your exposition site prominent phohibitionists. It is generally -
night and Sunday here" with, his tam ed by from two ,to three socfoltpartiesper a built on his lot and as soon as thatIs and at the great work you have done believed that the democrats can

.< V ily. )pr ,week. >f finished he will begin the erection in so short a time," he said. be induced to indirse the Castle nomination
'Misses Len&and Annie Atwater left The many friends of Miss Fay Crib of his cottage. "You are aiding nature, which is always for governor. 0SEED

It last Thursday for Sutherland Collegeto bett rejoice with her In the merited The nickel social :Monday evening well. These magnificent trees

attend commencement/Thelr brother honors she received In her graduation' given by the Belleview .Workers, was and your millions of plants and.shrubs DAISY.

., Master Edwin,, Atwater' : will return in the high school, of Ocala. quite a success. .The little play entitled will be very restful and delightful to The -
with them Vt V 'ooc < the thousands who will throng through weather Is very pleasant with i
V "Our Awful Aunt. inter- H
was very
V Mr. George'Pasiner,. Jr., of Gain sville 'Trunks for the fSoldiel'$. I esting. Miss Lorena Freeman, as Our your gates next year, The Jamestown threatening showers'now. and then, and I
; Is homej orC, 'a short vacation __.. y fI < Awful ,aunt and -Mr. Walter Nelson Exposition Is one which should appealto everybody Is in good spirits.Mr. lIatelurearf>ld of qcintfly! ui

h George's marijr friendsaare glad to .WaShington, ., D -C.. May ,23.-TheWarJDepartaieaf' as Pete the colored servant, were particularly all loyal men women and children. : H. made a dying trip to Jacksonville {I I' ferry's quality., tty tbenyourtsJ.were the Urt?piuw4 oe 1M
have him in)their mttlst.t.af : I is.tiK-the. niarketsfor; good. It is right to remember those thingsin Saturday to see some of his I' mazCetbuttheybsvt been tmpcevtioc
'" 4 >.: t 'tJZ VM- fe friends. He will return tng ever We tare cxpcio it
N : ,Mr, Lewis Hall and,3fr..4Harmo ri several"iyeaJoiktunhs"1 rt boxes, ont! -- our, history which marked the, be- Sunday. I Cower andreaetat eseede.IIKSeeAAnul '
f The barrelmaker I
Hall,. of Pine, gaspedthroughrbere; a i ipot' \vhlci} wllll timaty ,b 03 HELP IS OFFERED ginnihgs of great epochs and I hope and hop! man cuts !i ,tree to alia &toaatlfiIIFiCFtasted *ht5.
their )ala and 50.000 of them will *be TO WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE. the Jamestown Exposition will receive oats on Friday, and tame oats, too.
way too Saturday,< adopted 0. Y. FERRY a CO., OSII.8ltelt'tftfl1i0ilAl. .
-z V Mrs. Ophelia' Proctor, /jf Pedro.,. i* I purchased. Jhese trunks or' boxes. the hearty support of the people
_ the guest Qf'"' her- sister,, 'Mrs" 'C. C.. one type of which 'will ultimately be We earnestly request all young persons the entire country. regularly. .
Priest for ia. few 'days; 'also her adopted and 50.000 of them will be "You have departed from the ways This burg has a new boarding house
mother Mrs Leitner; of Griner Farm i purchased. These trunks or boxes are no matter how limited their of other expositions, especially in ;your with ten boarders. All we need now is

.We understand there was a wed. intended special trunks for enlisted means or education who wish to obtain buildings. I have always thought it a plant to furnish light .

ding close by Saturday nl/nt: Will give f men. Every soMier sailing for the a thorough business training .anda vandalism to destroy created beauty in Miss M. and Miss C. will be readyto
_ details when we know more about It. Philippines' after this will be equipped good position,' to write J>y FIRST the form either of landscape or build take their trip to Lake Weir as *. D-GULI. .]t. L. F. ILA LO+

Mr. Jim Wester, from Silver Springs withone of these trunks, and officers mail far our GREAT HALF RATE ings. Other expositions have con-1 soon as they get their kodaks in order. roLLER & JULOCX- -

was wp here Sunday. (A certain younglady will be ,permitted to purchase themat OFFER. structed but to tear down and leaver Looks like there may be some spirits- De.ti5a.s. i
seemed very happy.) the contract price. This trunk Is Success Independence and probable r void in the heart and mind of all !I made with seventy barrels of gum now Over Mumroe & Chambliss Back Oczz,PsT ;<
_ Well, as time Is flying by of standard dimensions so as to affordeasy Fortune are guaranteed. Don't delay. who have looked. "" I I standing: on the platform Mr. Harper
And dinner time is drawing nigh, and economical storage It will! Write Unlay. "" "Make of this a permanent park 'says he must have spirits.A .E.UGGS.ATTORXEYATLAW.. 1

And .I see the mail bags very near. hold aU a soldier Is likely to need on THE GA.-ALA. BUS. COLLEGE which will stand as a monument of gentleman from Lake county ;

.. I will make my exit hre. a long trip It is very light, being 15-p !;) 2-m Macon, Ga. what the Jamestown Exposition seeksto made his appearance here Saturdayand (Office ti Gtry-Agiew Block./

LUf; :HELL made of a patented matreial of great I commemorate Other expositions then disappeared with one of the OCALA FiEDWLN "
strength, reinforced by a metal frame.A The presidents and vice presidents passed to forgetfulness; let this one hands who was wanted in Lake coun- ; *
PINE. similar irunk will the used by the I of the second ward, of the City Improvement be an exception. ty for some of his deeds. ; SPES'ElL:: r 1

veterinarians for carrying their mate society met Wednesday "Your beautiful grounds and Quaint )'lr. Tom Goolsby passed through our ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .1

Special Correspondence Ocala Banner: rial and another one of different shape morning at the residence of Mrs.: D. buildings' will be a source of pleasure burg Saturday. I \ CALA, '- +-e-F. Clrs1tT
Last Sunday at the Methodist church but similar construction will be used W. Davis those present being :Mrs. to thousands Ions after the exposition We are glad ot note the excellent -- )

Mrs. Dora Carlton delivered an able as a field desk. The fid drop downin Davis Mrs. C. Anderson, Mrs. R. closes its gates next November.. run of :Mr. Davis for states attorney.Our x. CHASE. 1..

such a way as to furnish a writing A. Burford Mrs. Clarence Camp, Miss '-I wiMm: you the greatest degree of school Is progressing nicely. DEXTIST, 't
lecture on "The Sins of the Tongue. The
table while the pigeonholes of various Louise Camsby. and Miss Sara Harris success: that a worthy enterprise deserves teachers \ -enrolled quite a OCALA fl.
_ Mrs. Carlton frequently talks in Sun.. sizes afford a means of storing Work is progressing Nicely in all the nad it is my hope that a mul- number of scholars. 6ISTRC\c- -- -

day,school and church but this far exceeds papers. This desk trunk Iwll be used wards and in a little while Ocala will titude will hathe privilege of seeing A party went out on the lake fishing CARLOS L. t

any of her former attempts. by officers of the staff who have "pa be one of the cleanest little cities in and enjoying all the good things which and came in with forty-two poundsof ATTORaIT-AT.1.AW. 1

The heavy rains of the past few days per work" to do In the field the coutry. Let everybody see that will be shown here next year." fine bass. Ram 4, Music Baildiaz j
their own premises and the street and Come down, Mr. Editor* and help us
_ have stopped farmwork for
a shorts i
eat flsh.Mr. '
time. Taking an after view of the primary gulieys in front of .them are cleaned : Death at the Palmetto House. !MISS B. X.'SINCLAIK, 1 J
: and this will be Eumby is still holding of j
V J.n.Thomas 1s rtiuudingupthe last results Editor Tom 'McBeath of the a great,.help to the | part
Florida School society.'Summer. Mr. Culpepper, an elderly gentle. his nice little:" orange grove.FARAWAY STENOGRAPHER & TTPEWRJT2ani
of his urfsheared sheep this week, ands Exponent remarks that
will finish.. from the present outlook "It would .man from illcanopy, who was taken MOSES. Notary Public. ', ,
Excursions via. Line. (suddenly v ery ill at the Palmetto tt
Clyde of Town
fir, Duncan McEachern. of the Dig appear that the meeting of the Floridatress attention to out
--- House Wednesday morning, died at 7 Wesleyan Alumnae Hold Reunion.
iurpentine company was tht> guest of Association for 1907 will be held Commercial Bank, Ocala. '
The .Clyde Steamship Co.. will put ocl x-k Wednesday _night. -
Mr. A. I*. Monroe Sunday. in the state capitol at Tallahassee beginning on a special rate of $35.00, Jackson Special to the Ocala Banner:

:; J. E. Thomas is moving to Micanopy the first Monday" in April and.. vile to New York and return, comniencing Epworth League Reception. Macon, Ga. May 23.-The triennial
thisH't'L lasting sixty days. -St. AugustineRecord. alumnae
June 1st. with limit to September reunion which forms one of
L. B. Jordan, has been harvesting I: 30th. The rate will be for first Through the courtesy otof r. BenUasor the most interesting eatures of the E .clli.ti by II i

oats for the pUsl- two' weeks. The oat Jefferson county shows falling- off class pasage, including meals and and CoL )-. J. Shipman a reception commencement exercises of WesleyanFemdde Telerlegb.ae ero pt.Fmeattee+t deasie&
crop In this section I will ,be tendered the membersof college opened here r.tlaeaetsdyutorltare >
of about 3,000 in population since stateroom berth, and they expect to today t'&aiMuI1+
We learn that Mr, M. A. Ooaia senior Epworth League and with several hundred SMtM,iB& AfltUMtl, AfedW rr ** '
Rice merchant Q00, i. There is evidence. however, that carry a large number of home prople., alumnae in at- .....,..Ktetoci*SCUBCM LIF.I'Taa.4WTattb1rietL =
\ at Citra says that he can cut I the Ida has turned. Cheap land is no Our suggestion would be- make your their friends at the Jlontezuma hotel tendance. Elaborate arrangements .. 1WJIIII.
ten acres of oats in one day-oats that more toed about. Farms are better reservations' early, which can be done Friday night, May 25, 190. from S to i have been made for the reunion and axes,uliDai-'tU AUrec*!.i.Y1 l/yra liYSPalM a will average 85 bushels to the 10 o'clock- i the alumnae throughout
acre. He tilled andnced. Everything is on the by writing F. M. Ironmonger, Jr., Assistant state have
purposes to do this, v..ttn a cradle. This move '\jpwaWThe next census will : General Pas nger Agent combined their efforts to make the tri
ought to give him the championship make a better 'howin for us.-Monti- Jacksonville. Fla. x The people of Florida will never be ennial event a great success. The 1 .,.
"of the ('Ounty'as a rradler and led to believe that Governor BrowardIs principal address at the
put cello News. V V meeting this THE OCAL0 HOUSE CAfE
him In close opposition to improvedfarm I I ,I Mr. W. T. Riley, for ten years presi- other than a straightforward, honest I I evening will be delivered by Miss E.

tna-'hlnery. If muscle and manhood r Mr. J. X. Till\r iws just returnt"df)f dent of the Montgomery Cooperage square courageous man.-Ga.fnes- L. Andrews.. 'one of the institution'sroost -

('Qunta'e do not doubt Mr.' I from a visit to h* old home In South {Company and who had a branch establishment ville Sun distinguished graduates, now residing The dining room of the Ocalawill HOI'
n Rice's statement i Carolina He gays the section which In Ocala, died at his home We are sorry that our personal relations Montgomery.. Besides her be kept open through the sand e <
I He : with the governor lead us tontlrt'Iy there will be known as the Ocala House CJ' .
he visited is suffei ing from a severe in Montgomery List Frid4y. was many other prominent
i Ocala I, different conclusions The cute 'will bt a la carte, but a p;
may have a less population'than drought but thai he met the rain ;4S years of ate a Methodist and an speakers.
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some other cities, but no city of t about one hundred miles north of the l:lk. satisfied boarders! by the week. The US'IJaJ '.
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1 Its size has more enterprise. What t Florida line and UJ.t it was going lathe ,.._,1.----- and satisfaction Is advertisement lot- Tertlstaeat A satisfied customer is the best ad- well known excellence ofthe .

other city In ,the United States with t direction of th fe drou-ht-strlckendjtrict -Mr. and Mrs.. Nelson, of Belletlew. only our aim but our suartntee, Try only out aim., and but satisfaction Is' not House dining room will be main
:'... ',a white population of 2,566 supports:' and he hypes that it has drove into 'Ocala Wednesday morningand the White .House shoe; spring styles the White House our shoe guarantee.; spring styles Try and there the is public for the Is assured table. For of the wee*

....... two daily newspaper: *? *..- acbed there by tbjb thu spent the day in town trading. f hair" r men. and: women just wived.-. The x for Fair.men and women. just arived. The rates and further 'artioulars, call *'
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; (iGOui 9roduet It, Ob i Live Oak has nev- r Jeen; boastful, ---

'111 th East Indians. i oue she has been calmly} and firmly :Fifty years ago an account of southern Atorney ,Alfred C. Broo e. .a well
assertive of the plain facts in her
I own women In literature could have known member of the Aalanta bar has
# tbeir ,; I 3speot,, or on case; and the reasonable. conclusion!
been easily written for the same written letter to President BALLARDSflOREHOUND
from reason an open
'dittr uUUt1. that the palms those facts Andnow ,the hour
< of her triumph hf at ,hand a triumph that the proverbial "short horse Is Roosevelt requesting that he wire ilrs
:_ : of the
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? 'termed the not to be disputed for it .Is in cold soon curried." Then southern women Davis retraction of the statement

'\las*>m? Kelt** the anat. census figures with which.ehejias: bat writers could have been counted on made by him against President Davisso

- the form of the no opportunity to Juggle if she that she die
.. st m yor even the fingers, now their name Is legion may happy.

-' lei them to each a positIon. had so desired' and of chose accuracythere and we dare not attempt to particularize Today he mailed the letter to the

.. '- ,1e'as that of the can be no doubt. The state census them. Ai that time, the south was president and Ins wired him that II
sa es of JS05. just published, gives Live is en route.
flower es that so proud of having women writers: that
;'teoom. and the always beento oak a opulation of 7,200; population she forgave Mrs. Southworth for the Mr. Brown's letter, is as follows:

pet they have the botanist, and In 1900 1,659, an increase of 5,511 In anti-slavery sentiments which for revenue "Jefferson Davis, president of the SYRUPPERMANENTLY

jjt ass.oclat five years. That'breaks the record oniy, that lady had lugged Into. Confederate states government sleeps

I end legendary and their *co- and puts our city first in all Florida in her earliest novel, ""Retribution" a beneath the sod of the section that

-;, beauty them of IntrpabtlC. the growth of, its population durIng novel which preceded and furnishedthe gave him birth. Miss WInnie Davis

b aTe_made that period. Lake City, Gainesville, keynote to "Uncle Tom's Cabin," 'Daughter of the Confederacy,' only CURES

Ocala Tallahassee and all the other recently said goodbye and took her .
of the two stories having been first pub- CONSUMPTION
species : COLDS
a thousand cities In the' state of second class: are lished serials In the flight to the land of light and rest and COUQH9, HA'ONCHfft3AS
.. at different as same paper THKOAT HQ8."...
.i.rt scattered well to the rear of us and there is no The National Era. peace. This side of the .sullen streamof WHOP NG '
. the tropics of: CQUQH AND CXOUP
2 ttroufhout. belief that any of them not ever "Retribution" the eldest of ivast death still remains The Widow of i
In _
ies, _with stragglers Lake City will ever recover the lo?t family of novels produced Mrs the Confederacy.' They say she too,, DO NOT DELAY '

J"acid even In warm temperXbdr scarce-- ground and come up abreast But this Southworth. Today they are put on must soon pass to the great beyond. Until the drat on your yUm product permanent disability. Tot buss

utility can furnish verges on obasting and we will makeno dutsy back shelves, but they weneagerly The sorrowing south sits silently by breathing machinery! is awondarful system of tubes and cells. To hart good z

_, hnated. They invidious comparisons. The future read in their time. They and awaits the hastening "end. The J health it must be kept ia rood order. A COLD is considered of no Impor-
clothing timber, fuel possessed ta are. yet tf it was known by ftfs cam throat ItmmtUon..";
F must tell Its own story and we will much of the realism which is: circumstances are solemn and serious proper
fiber, paper or"e 101011 of the toafsTits.daazerous character would .lte .
&ttriaJ. *ppre j
-t not attempt to anticipate It. The Davis loved her chosen lord
extraordinary firs ; i '
insisted and "V ivia, "Ou
aterial. resin find a now upon darted When a cold makes its tppearaac use at once Ballarft Mwt.. y
, growth of Live Oak In the and in the turmoil and strife of war '
. which make of the Depths" and "The Hidden I which will tpe it >
rnlaor 1 ..product value to the na- past five years has been accomplished Hand" have in them a spark; of the she waS ever by his side; when the .WHOOPING COUGH, Itad CROUP Require Prompt Aetiaa- SNOW, .-

.tie fnwUst without extraneous aid, without stateor life that will not die. crown of sorrow and defeat rested LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest fires wonderful relief wbfis

to tropical agriculturists.t& governemnt assistance without the Contemporary with Mrs. Suuthworth hardest upon his brow she lent her IaIlarcr. Howhound Syrup will rapidly of j
hnortanf is the
> mOlt location of any institutions and is due In the days of her prime came Marian solace and support; when sickness and CQUSbinr. IT IS THE ONLY THATWILl..

mn of the Fast Indian only archl-irfkuattons solely to'rare natural and geographical Harland f Mrs. Terhune), whose novels death removed him from her life she POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPING COUQH AND CROUP. '

fyb tre flourishes advantage, railroad facilities and,, sat conning his and telling
end seldom ,"Alone" and "The ,Hidden Path" -\\"ereprized memory BEST FOR CHILDREN {

r feet It above all, the splendid and well-direct aiike by wise and foolish- of his virtues. He lo.ed.the. south witha Mrs Hud Adams,GoWt&initaTer., ritM-X haTe used BiUtrd1*

;s .eight of thirty ed efforts of her own people, ,..-orldngalwa's quoted by divines in the pulpit and depth of devotion only to be com- Horehound Syrup and And It the BEST medicine for croup, coughs and
cold **
-c. ,web fielding In harmony for the general! Kept by school girls under their pil pared wIth that of storied Spartan MjrcMldreausaitfcttditUpieasaaStoUkaaadQulctljrcBrM.
The item 1
(If flfta years. of starch good, permitting no factional fights or lows. womanhood. But !her life, too Is fast SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes, 25c, 50c $UfcBollard

| with a maltS local feuds to dh"lde11s energies and ebbing to its close.
The enthusiastic homage Tu thI14n.
Is a hart outer same Tartt.l.m.dt Lver7 ItUlt Guru<4
.und which determination to build here a city that "Another great character'stlU lives.
when she published
.. lu inches in form thickness.and should be ercognized in time as the ed on "Augusta eulah" Evans and afterwards "St. Theodore Roosevelt- warrior scholar Snow Liniment Co., St. Louis, Mo.

fruit allowed to of middle Florida. And historian statesman,
metropolis Elmo," which has been characterizedas president, occu-
starchy corepear
.bote of thU outside the three counties of Duval. and most abused pies the limelight of universal public
the best
leave the Meat a praised SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BALL '
and when the tree Hillsborough and Pulk these census returns book of the century. Towns, hotels, gaze. The world hangs breathless, _

Yi shell, for show that Suwanee has; gained steamboats not to speak of babies upon his lips; all eyes are focalized DRUGGISTS.

..tiU1\ It dcs. more in population during the past were named after these books. It was upon his meteoric passage; the people \ .
'atnt1P that a, man, cat ....... ,
five years than any other county in quite in vain that northern critics write his speeches In their books and --- ..
-- Tlie .
tree. but it is so. prep- take his words for law .
l the state. In 1900 her poulation was and
cutting off the sneered at their hightlown style
t n.lati In 14,554. and 1903: it was 13,011 Thq returns southern readers "Few are the mistakes chargeable
encyclopedic ;
rind of tht
sand the from Dade Escambia \antI St to this great and good man. The leavesof
; women particularly, hugged
im divided Into .
r'__ J* the the starchy Orange. are not in the last ceif$u.::abut Elmo" and the test.to their hearts and his coronet of fame are little stain- '
F".ad split up- we will admit that Miami in Dade deified Mrs. Evans Wilson after the ed with error's blood. The ascent of

- _' .<
i tit* starch IB roughly gratedInto OaK but with this exception we lead t peace and no ghastly skulls grinningin
and made into ,
pulp : the state outside l of the seaport clliet "Tis to remark the sun mark the passage to ,his

w> tre M'' ted a man for fi of Jacksonville Pensacola, Tampa and How women pretty can love women of your greatness. All men make mistakes;

r.twiiJch. Key West With such figures to bach great men admit them. In the fervor

,.. 1 U Intended for exporS40 *- us we might well put the roostejlui: And tie sort their hearts with love knots to of his youth and In the wild excite- Bilious ?

'pdc4, l w J"-St jjWtf1 andltetlhlm croaolhlsllQUdest'int we feet ment of the dawning patriotism he

rutxvl', throUgh known s, as vas pearl Into forbear ,are ,ron.ten, h<;lt."t e Grow... your insolent about you against men said Jefferson Davis was an arch The only sure cure foi
It h" simple facts shall be known. It will ma.n' such let traitor; and akin to Benedict Arnold.A .
according to its if a (there are us; constipation and Biliousness
C sago etc. be a, splendta stimulus to our people, mistake this surely was, and one
j..irved on, opuddings. ,)abl9 Rnd own) that is pleasant
atth cgh".wl are not surprised and that wounds the southern spirit and natural
ill remains :
Who write not, a man. poor
tad we will pass the ten thousand mark hardens and darkens the death-bed and safe is
..... wretch.While ,
--- In less than three "ears-Lln OakDemocrat. weaker than Aurora of the "Widow .of the Confederacy
youwrite ,
...- -; THE '. Now in the calm light of maturer '
-- from the vantage ground attained -
womenwho'll believe of years
rare looking more anddecentrallzatlon Ocala Epworth (League Rally. And them JVER."ILLS
: by honest purpose and effort I' '
of you .
,popu- "
when the bitterness of fraternalhat
y to,-* remedyfor; the Bqualullty'found \ Sunday night atthe )letboJlstchurch That if you walked on sand :you wouli AND TONIC PELLETS
red no longer lashes our shores, when
cities. It Is the members of the senior not leave
bodystb1ttthe'life great jneaeat and 1 the junior Epworth| Leagues.;had A single foot print. honest patriots north and south are The Pills stir the lazy liver to
,seer ; telling ,the virtues of their yonder foes,
=shop and the slum charge'of the sera1ces'andrrendered avery One secret: of the admiration giwthese action-the Tonic Pellets clean f
: before her eyes are 'everlastingly clos=
thy pb's1calmoral1ri.fn.-: ,interesting program. This day earlier novels, ,is that they voice
ed in death wire Mrs. Davis that you all Iso
)and pftlltlcaily, than'the old had been set asIde as the Epwortl; the noble thoughts and creeds of many impurities put of the body,
now retract that statement.
,..,arm'The effect upon'the' League rally *day"all: over the south!, silent .*>uls. They held up ,high Idealsof that the liver and all the
. "You have lately paid a visit to I ;
t.f pure air ani cleanly surf and the rally day service in Ocala life and, character., Their heroes

" dij,' 6e 'estlmat d. Aone'tpocnIf : gas very ; 1UC ( enju)el. j&' were honorable and chivalrous; their looked the section from the which upturned he came faces; you of other organs act properly. I f I

It A email; The |fo opening song Stand Up for heroines high-souled and devoted. upon ::
.. : Confederate veterans, and saw how
"more !ln The development Jesus," was sung by roo'entire congregation But always I have wondered why '
they loved the flag of the reunited country
tW foundation of all good and the opening. prayer was this ardent and generous 'Welcome vas 1 /1
t and delight to honor the chief mag- No Griping ..
&j(UKU q{:drudging ;alohsrr ter- offered 'by> iDr* ?;isoo. The 3::d Psalm, not also extended to two other writers \
is trate of the republic; you met again
't, to the will or :perhaps ledby the league president composed' contemporarywith Mrs. Wilson. Katharine the boys in gray who fought in the war I1F' No Purgingjust
: the.ffsponsve o reading. Warfield of Kentucky and Anne
., o f:employers.fias in ,which you, engaged, and recall
.ty 'vast social d'a.nU1t'to Several songs were sung by the seniors Chambers Ketchum of Tennessee. .
their deeds of valor now at this most
; 1ntry has been lonely and the juniors and Mr and Mrs. were assuredly deserving of recognition a natural and easy a,
bportune time when the last relic of
:ia'rkTluman fellowship Is G.<> 1 .. Taylor pleasingly' rcndecrd a as women of transcendent, genius. 'common-sense Treatment -
this distinguished patriot who gave
lronjeet: of sentiments, and duet "1t Was Spoken for the Mas It is true ,that Mrs. Warfield's power- which never failsto
his life to the cause he thought was
ful dramatic novel "The Household of! "
will be ter. cure
&ny sort (\ hardship right Is hovering between life .and
it1 preference to "\Isolation The recitations of Hester Webb and Bouvelre" appeared while the south
, the grave speak the word before It is
,agrees that It would bethe Annie May Eagleton, members of the was in the storm and stress of her everlastingly too late. This done- Special Offer. .

people in' the city slums Junior league, were especially enjoyed, unequal struggle but in more peaceful .
" Mrs. Davis will meet death with the Cat the"Little Doctor" out t
t'to the soil How they canto both of these little girls doing excellently days this novel. was succeeded by
. sweet consciousness that she is the and mail to us, with the
:, dv* so is the problem. well. half a tcoro of others hardly inferior bearer of a welcome message the name of your druggist and i'youmayhaveaWetk'sTreat '

ious. that the best way is Mrs M, M. Little gave some pleasantand and it had been preceded by a volume scarred veterans of the Lost Cause -

he persons most interested instructive reminiscences of" the of .poems' remarkable for vigor .of im- and ment of the Pills and Pellets '.,'
will love and honor ; man-
f can'better their condition Ocala Epworth 'League.' 'He told 'of 1'tsorganization agination and splendor of language.As you you with our compliments. 5
kind will applaud your manly deed"
(1 same time sacrifice fewiadal fourteen years ago, and for Mrs. Chambers Ketchum, of ALFRED C. BROOM.
Ramon's Brownie
advantages enjoyed in stated that two of the original members Memphis, Tenn., (she was novelist, Calendar-Free -
Atlanta Ga., May 1906.
..Thanks to the march of in- Mr, W. I* Ditto and himself are poet tditordentist, she wrote a -Atlanta News. \kith Weather Forecasts 'and Almanac information. Given with your first :_ .

let?! baA brought about city at present members of the loague. He work on botany), actress and vocalist purchase of Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets. ,-

"' the tendency now seems told of the excellent work that the A. wonderfully versatile woman Ten- Frank Clark Tells Bob Anderson's Brown Manufacturing Company J ," ,

.: fd decentralization, Cities league had accomplished in the past, nesess history extols her genius her Tariff Story. St. Louis,Mo. Grecneville, Tenn. r:
out. Suburban, districts and of the good that it is still doing grace her beautiy yet ilie is generally SOLD BY TYDINGS & CO MPANY OCALA, FLORIDA.

e the favorite places ofdLthe and spoke words of encouragementand known only through one poem, so It is said that a certain r.mrwas

well-to-do && well as cheer to the members. often recited. "Benny's Christmas." arraigned in court upon an indictment --- ,. i

. at least during a portion Rev. Frederick Pasco, of Live Oak Few recall the far nobler poems published charging him with murder. He had h

T. In,some of the older cities president of the state Epworth League, in blue and gold \"olume-even no counsel, and said that he desired-

,*'property near the centr of was present and delivered the addressof the one -which should be dear to all none, but simply asked permission to .

:its positively falling off In the evening. lIe had as his. subjectthe southern hearts-"Memoriam in Eterna make a statement to the .:ourt :n e_ Ocala I House Wine $ '

_ e values sire rising in theltipid league motto "All for Christ and ," written in the first; dark days of tent Uon of his offense, which was accorded 0011)) -

transit makes U mON spoke briefly and entertainingly on, our[ overthrow and holding out the consolation him, he said to the court:

:feasible to live some dis-: this subject He prefaced his remarks that the high hopes and bravo "It is true Judge, that I killed the _? < ,

;one's work. The movement with several pleasing anecdotes of his I endeavor of the lost cause though man. I admit that I killed hhn: ; but ..,". ''.:' TRY OUR .. ;' ',-- :'., .' ",..., -

,,Ward the soil first visits to Ocala before the present crushed to earth would blossom forthin I[ want to tell you why I did it and ) 'I

Jrt cnlonlzation in,suburbs Is churchwas built Ills address was a a nobler national character, while how I did it. I am a farmer, and on

Hued out as a means of re- most excellent one and the league was the hero dead of that great struggle the day that the offense was committed ,

r-crov deJ tenement dls- Indeed fortunate in securing him foe would bequeath to' us memories. 1 was sitting.., on try veranda OLD LEGHANY'

" Tork ia sending its popu- their'rally day service. "That ,will the circling centuries out at 'my own home quietly reading my ;

, Jersey and up the Hudson .Dr. 'Fred.L.. Blalock, a prominent lastGiving county newspaper, late in. the ,after-

, f places. With the develop- members o'r the league, acted as the oar nation dignity and noon. I was at peace 'With'all the

,cheapening of rapid transit master of ceremonies and after Dr. strength.Not world. I had naught against,any liv- '

try: certain that .this move- Pasco's address called on Mr. GeorgeL. born of earth making us one at Ins roan bat this man finally came .PURE RYE.; -: i

"IJ Increase In 'force. Taylor, the president of the Ocala length, Into my gate came up to where I was, :

-.mme: -manufacturers have league, for a few 'remarks. Mr. Taylor With the dim chivalrous Past" and proceeded without the slightest "

: hint. and their plants are spoke briefly and thanked Dr. Pasco Other ,ywmien writers who: were con- provocation to curse and abuse me. I1id "

e,distance from trade centers. for his able talk and the large congregation temporary -with these will be spokenof not resent it I allowed u im to i

for their* presence. lie stated briefly In a future notice.-M. E. IJ. Put 4 full
jr empjoyea may have room continue until he was tired, and finally up Qts" ,
and gardens.-St. raul.tMUsourians. that there are seventy-eight membersof In the Sunny South. becoming tired! he left me. went backto "

the senior league and sixty-four in Ache the rear of the house 'where my '. 'J '
and Pains. in Cartoons ,
the junior and that both are accom- wife was engaged in her household du- Fancy ,;

"uniio .' plishing good work. lie spoke of the Mrs. Josle Sumner, Bremond. Tex" ties and proceeded to curse and abuse :

,yes A druggist at' Livonia, state, convention which will be held writes April. 15, 1902: "I have used her and still I did not resent it. Whenhe ,; Delivered at I

<-,,%:.!., Dwyer now'of Gal. In Ocala in June, at which time It is Bollard's Snow LlninWnt in my family had tired of that he went out into your : l
L "hree of my customers for years. I would not be withoutit -
ntly cured of consump- expected that the leaguers will have In the house. I have used it on' my the yard where my children were at .

'S't!'Jnt'a, New Discovery and a great meeting. litle girl for growing pains andl achesIn play abused them in my presence : Express Office < tT a
strong today One was A collection was then taken upland her knees. I ucred her right away. and I permitted it When he .left ; i
his I have also used it for frost bitten feet. ,
and to
move and
closed with 'doxology and :.,
the service* off that he went out and kicked
after using New Dis- With good success. It is the best liniment -
,rt time he found it neces- the league'benediction. I have ver used." :Sc. 50c. and cuffed my dog and I even took that. \ "

sp, ,I regard Drf Kln(s Our visit,here Impressed with this $(LOO. m When he had finished with the dog For $3.20. "

en' as the most wonder f ulWistenee fact that much can be accomplishedIn he came back to where I was, and "
; embroilment
Sureset cough The of the president
our league work when the members to deliver me a speech on
'tnre and throat and lung ; with Senators Bailey and Tillman is apiece proceeded ',: ,
t teed bv all druggists.MJQ. are thoroughly in earnest of the strategy which has been the tariff, I rose up in my might and '
? Trial bottle free They are making great preparationfor I slew hlm.-Extract From Frank '

our annual meeting in June and undertaken to secure to the republican Clark's Speech ,on the Tariff. Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write for : : :< :
-; Interesting to nt>U when have royal good party all the credit for the passage! of .
going to a --
|.,i pttbHcan platforms are we are the rate bill such as it is. It Is rather Mountain of Cold. Price :
time there Let every league' in the A Complete list
.now, far the republican least'one a pitiable spectacle of the lengths to -
conference send at delegate.Florida
n' follow ,President which a man will go for partisan ad- could not bring as much happiness to '
'i&.his proposition to con. vantage. To. use conscientious demo- Mrs. Lucie Walke. of Caroline. Wis..

to- -Property of the very rich. satisfied customer is tha best advertisement crats for the purpose of dragooning Arnica as did Salve one 25 when cent is box completely of Buckien's cur Ocala House Wine Rooms.

taattoa preserved and satisfaction' is not members of his into
must be own party line ed a running sore on, her lei which .: a
.d5 'uti; the party leader only our aim. but our guarantee. Try t and?.. then'. to, "personally" repudiate, had tortured her 23'vears. Greatest .. .
the White House shoe; spring styles healer of piles wounds and
.full those democrats is uatrorthy actloai
(obedience or thefi an OCALA FLORIDA.
for men and women lust arived. The sores. 25 cents at Tydings & Co. drug ,

;": ,"ut r.wartlJ1esS.. :, Fair! .. r'. Tampa Times\, store. m I t'a :



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','. CRITICISM 1 cases. In 1S69 the Green THE PRIMARY IN MARION. '
__1: .':" k act was declared unconstitution EiT-i1O secure the biggest Join Our Crowd of -

-r : Arthur McEwen 'W : .) far as it made the greenback The Vote Is Canvassed and Result I 1* crops of corn, fertil- .." F

: .New York _American tender" for debts contracted. prior Declared.
be used :i
\ ful :reply :to ,those its passage! ,In 1870 Strong ,and izers must

the Judges are above were* added, to' the _court, and. FOR CONGRESS. liberally. Apply at least 500 Satisfied Customers.
i j&cEwn.TsayI" that r decision was reversed: : ; Sparkman.. . .. .. .. .1.004RAILROAD'COMMISSIONERS. acre-with
: are- only two ways of chang pounds to the -sg
-i: : "la's, t>praiseworthy,- i t

-4i? !"provided' the: courts. the law when it has Peen laid Appleyard . .. .. . 263 34 cent. nitrogen, 8 percent :"SIt a

i- :;[but:lie: adds .The by the omnipotent nine-by Bailey ._ .. . __. .. 463 per .

.only' the"degree of new .Jud-es.as' the. British* Blitch . .. .. .. 1,021 available phosphoricacid .I ..

rg ':.qualities-as. a man makes new peers, '-: and by Burr . . .' .. .. 71 jJUSTICES. and cent. POT ASH. II I I. Q
9 per
s. ,
: 1.as'a.lawyer_ darn. for of the constitution. :The OF SUPREME COURT. i is here that you get what you want and get the best.. C

.t: t:.-which, goes .beyond amendment adopted to Clark . '.. . .. . 379 POTASH is a most imporfant kept and is in a "sanitary" Our a

_.;AD? ;-and un-American.' .. ') the decision' that, a sovereign Parkhlll . . .. . 753Whitfield factor in corn cult r. condition.'f r
1i' :a numb'Instances could be sued in a.federal' court . .. . . 890 5
iave been:'criticised..:: : any, citizen.. '.X' DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Our practical books for To Itc
!hold high rank in' the : does not deepen veneration fj.or Davis . . . . S30 for the Tempt Appetite Ti 1'S c'I
farmers. are 1'I'IE
y-; ; tion. On one occasion supreme court to recall it< per SIstrunk . .. .. . 372 yours f
_;; \ ner said: :nees in connection with the'i.In.! FOR STATE SENATOR. asking :' no cost or obligation f .

; I "I ,hold judges rand tax., Unaniomusly that tax-[was Baker. .. .- . ..' . .T391; ,, and Chicken T :na.le. White: I'i Rose ( :
_r supreme court of thc In 1868,'and again unanimously Baskin.. s . .. . 732 of* any sort, a vast Chill Con Carne. White 'hun cj o
: respect but I"'am' too 1880. But in 1895,- by a votefof FOR REPRESENTATIVE.Biggs fund of'in valuable information Boneless Pig Feet. ;. White Rose Rose Suer Kraat.. C

k "the history of judicial : to four the tax was pronounced L .. . . .. . 374 Big Hominy. White Spinach. tIt

-i' regard them with And Justice Shffas; Bittinger . .. . . 472 in them.AdJress. Kinsjans Virginia Ham*. White Rose Rose Canned CJ c
reverence. Judges, are I hfs mind withIn a few days F Light .'. . . '. ;581 j Kinsjans Breakfast Bacon. White and
-t In all ages have shown be not changed his mind the'ln' Mathews . . . .. ISO GERMAN KALI WORK'S. !I Rose StMngless C.I..

x- : W' frailty.. Alas! al tax would now be in operation Lt L Wartmann . .. . ..70S New York.-93 Nassau Street or I :
crimes of _history as in England ,where one-third t (Wartmann having majority, is Atlanta. ja.- 2J So. Broad Street. -5

trated under their revenue Is derived from fi t." nominated. Light and Mathews will 0. K. ROGER t:

1 JWood of martyrs and same system" remarks. .J Chief' enter second primary.) PRAISE FOR NEWSPAPERS. I t
Ing from the ground, I Clark. of North Carolina"is I COUNTY JUDGE. I a

; a to judgment" In all other'civilized counties Joseph Bell.. . . ..1,233; : Ex Governor Northern. Says. That. PHONE 174. CLARK bOt t
,- Justice Clark one of them would the heredi TAX t
.Conversions .Result From -
-court of North I monarch venture ,to :veto or .de- Ayer .. .. .. _. . . .1.0J1 Many Sermons Printed in Dailies. _
t-. |the election by the 'L null and void such a tax." -' Turner .. ,. . .' . 311 II -- r _:--_- :. 41b

r judges of all courts. ., TAX COLLECTOR. 'You can say for'the Business Men's CAPITAL ,

$ : Vjx; > ition Judge Clark THE SMALL FARM. Bishop . .. .. .. .. 50S Gospel Union that we are all deeply $50,000.00

1: "In this coutry Carney .. .. .. .. . .. 883 grateful for the help given us by the I
speaking through ( have an Interesting little volume TREASURER. '] p
of the city said former
with the approval of the Southern Cultivator entitled I Pasteur '. . ... .. .. 1,249 governor William J. Northern yesterday President. T. T. Munroe ,1Yice.Pr t:
cannot put in force a Acres Enough." It shows what REGISTRATION OFFICER. : <*si
-. of any nature Industrious intelligent city man Ferguson .. . .. ,. ,. .1,161 : "The reports have been full unusu- I Cashier. J. B. Urooks.CENTRAL. ', < : _.L...... : 'f

; : ance that it shall with ten acres of land I COMMISSIONER District ally accurate. and helpful not only to b

proval of the court; i eastern state. Chambers .. .. . .. .. 1.103 the people of the city, but throughoutthe

to receive such i had set about to improve the COMMISSIONER-2nd District wide field In which our city papers -- I.5

: unlike the veto of the ; this was his first line of. work. Brass.. . .. .. . .' 67 go. =-

unanimous vote of c was applied, crops were ro Jordan .. . . .. . 138: "One man arose last night to say he NATIONAL 5II

avail against It. Such sand intensive methods of tillage Long .. . . . 127 attributed his conversion to reading the BARK, UtJ

ik cannot safely be Mathews .. . ,. .
Under this treatment_ the 63C I reports of the sermons as published in OF OCALA &
.. hands of any body of was markedly improved. (This would, under the rules, leave the newspapers. The papers are eon- l"'
.i pervision or control crops to grow next received Long andlathews to contest in the verting the unsaved. t!

_ 1 authority whatever. If consideration. The farm was second primary, but the former withdrew "These full reports are giving us all ,

:' errs, hIs mandate a large city. For this reason small and the committee dclarf'd the help we could ask; and they make D I IRE C TOR S.5:

:' years and his party and vegetables seemed the most Mathews nominated.) Atlanta just now, the pulpit from .j, t1.f.

self is accountable to things to grow as they; COMMISSIONER-3rd District. which is effectually prached the everlasting J. K. .' .f..p
the ballot box tor be sold in the city. Several high- i)j'1CS. . . . . ..l/t;>:} gospel of God to the people of Christian R B. flail! '';
I H members of COMMISSIONER-4th 'I, Geo. Mackay T. T. Un 11t
congress dairy cows were secured, and District. the entire south. :

i must account to their small dairy was operated. Turner. . . . . 1,047 "The railroads have given reduced H. A. Ford Z. C: ,

But the Judiciary holds farm paid handsomely in dol COMMISSIONER District rates from all points in the state and JIXl

L though popular and satisfaction. It was not large Cordery .. .. .. . .. .. 272 the newspapers are bringing the people p.---_. .=.,.. .._-__-.._--, ..--. ._. .. ..
_ 7 change the. entire J>(" to require a great deal of hired Fort. .. .. .. . . .. 893 to the city. -- --- -

-other two great ; ; the owner was able! to give af MEMBERS SCHOOL BOARD. One 'handsome young lawyer arose 12

-1 eminent a whole First district-Stevens.. . .
personal attention. His time was 1,028 last night, his face aglow with gladness < pass away before tha occupied but ** was not a slave. Secoind diPtrict-Blitca.. . .1,137 to say he lived 175 mile away LANDS. h.

f rontrol of the a few years he found that ten Third district:-Grantham. ,1.027 and he had read the story of the meeting r" tl

': .sesses' an Irresponsible was enough land for any farmer THE as given in the papers, and he If you ha'Iancls you wish to sell, lease or m.
L Jstricted veto upon the, methods were practiced. COMMITTEEMEETING was here to enjoy them in full."We if b
#r .youYant to buy lands for
: farming
i other departments- granj
of quarter and half-section! l are so glad because of what r ( s:

cause Impeachment .has will not subscribe: : to this. .. .,., the papers are doing for us."-Atlanta turpentining or lumber purposes, h.

_L- possible and if it .w? but hundreds persons who i Nearly e'irYm m r of the executive Constitution.It Write ; 4!!
could not be Invoked own any land perhaps can be I II committee answered to ?is natno: to 0.
IieclsIonl!!.' unless with this I as the roll was called yesterday fore
on basis. a
was only a. year or two ago that
-'c. drown.? believe the time is coming when noon. jSenator Lodge voted to strike out the BLOUNT REAL ESTATE'(j t1
_ 4 ; Roscoe Conkling is arp'I; farm will be the rule, ;-wheth- Besides tabulating 'the"ote the imprisonment clause of the antitrustact .
'. lag. : will be owned by the man ,who which think set one or two precedents and now he proposes imprisonment OCALA, FLORIDA.McMillan .
we done
"Why, sir. the was along right ,
or by a landlord with many lines. for railroad managers guilty of granting -* .n13
the supreme court makes as in Great Britain we can- rebates. Has Senator Lodge repented -- 'a.p 13p.

t tion the institutions r. I In one precinct several 00.l10t5rcrd or Is he trying that old republican p.1f
i in properly marked for some of the
nothing but wax the men with small means will wake I candidates dodge of trying to fool the people 1fei
judges." the opportunities now before and improperly marked for ? Bros eiS
:4 others. It was held that ,
Professor Russel of we believe that most of the small: the ballotsbe ,
university law school of the future will be owned by counted for those properly marked Best. I II I

:: worjs: (' who work them. At any rate and be not counted for the others.In Southern Copper Works'

-t "The judiciary colds devoutly to be hoped that this one of ,the precincts a bal'ot of- 'I "I have used: Chamberlains:: Cough Sflb
fered by a young juan who reached Remedy and want to say it is the very
In America than It the..e3."seThe more small farms best cough medicine I have taken," Manufacturers of Turpentine S:
his majority January 1, 1905 and who .
j or anywhere else In .>e under individual ownership says Geo. L. Chubb a merchant of
L also .has a wider will be our national welfare. had not paid his poll tax for that year.It Harlan. Mich. There is no question and General Metal b,{
The deliberate setting of salaried men in cities was held that he was disqualified about its being the best as it will curea Worker?
and the ballot could be cough or cold in less tim. than any ,
_ not counted.
k ute by judicial out hollow lives, who other treatmene. It should always be t'Virl
: stitutionaUty is a go to the country it they could When -the. votes were finally tabulated kept in the house ready for instant -- - -' ,

eign to, European ideas. the possibilities: of small and the result made known those use, for a cold can be cured 4n much O.th

t ognized only. in the They have not the'means to buy: who had received a majority of all the loss time when promptly treated. For Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patebk] tb

Asserting that criti
L preme cour.t is an '".& buy ten-acre tracts quite handi the party. Burnett I wire will receive prompt attention at either of tiltoileting axrr

ilege" .Mr. McEwen-> are gathering no moss as When it was ascertained: that Mr. Jerry works .
_; none have been freer"' James Mathews lacked only eight ".
in the city, living from hand-
icisms votes.of having a majority over all his Merchant in
than minority, ju In many cases, and have no ;
c ourt 4tself. For f> competitors for county commissioner ,FAYETTEtMLLE, N. C.JACKSONVILLE. SAVANnAH T,

Ilarlan his in the second district. lion II. W.Ing. I j
: are the persons who should FLA MOBILE tift
the next highest in the ,
Jtbe supreme court in serious attention to the small race. j Tailoring.Ocala
with that magnanimity so characteristic j .
-p Judgment. i propv lt1on.
_ of the "democrat of the old
Florida. fufJt
"The practical effect of man who owns ten acres of pro- rpiI .
school? declined to enter the second t- --- ---- -
today is to to >
give ct land and lives on and from it -
race and asked that Mr. Mathews be Finest Imported and:
: property a position of per cent better off than the cIty i '
_ : advantage inconsistent e who may: be receiving a com-, declared the nominee of the party. Domestic Cloths. We Never Disappoint Our atienI Ist
Mr. Long made a tout-bins peecl
damental principles of salar;'. Mot of the salaried ,
_ I ganizations and to ,. .. .cities live up to their incomes;' and many eyes were moistened as they !i Fits Cutting Guaranteed.a Specialty w. Fulfill Ewry Promise and ?sver Hold Out .! tow

power and influence of them 50 beyond their in- j listened to his patriotic utterance": i i WE CURE paiD Strle&ure or' witkont the kali or beagle and TH..Vlet'atioB -- -
I froin Blewithoixt
biuloetst -
Tle democratic CoatagioU
of :Marion
party county atI.
ju>riliou5 to that portion With an increase in salary I -- ever to T.to70. mercury or mlae.alatttan; Loll i4 '
as well as the democratic of! Vigor ,
lean people upon a eorresponJinsr increase artjs; PoaiUTely cored; BO stlmoUut Ira
in ex the state at large, owe a great deal ; MclVER and MAVKA1 \ The Dr. King Medical Co.II an insUtuiloi orgaturi- .S, I.
larger part of the I I so that at the end of the year I ,. l&Softbe jute of Georgia lor the treats-Hi &11.--*:
andvih to this "grand old man." J nerTonjM merit -> ought bookkeeper .
the .
I the cashier The co.nmittc. I tbli luUtetlon.U chi chief consulting spec:la Jt, tO416J I.I
not meet again
may ;
jected t) the dominion not finds himself in the same : t- &lUfl M eailneEi physician and eorieca I
until after the primary. June U. I Our soecew li tie treatment chronic( t'MUU II< :
: wealth any more than. I,i as to finances. led; WI ea.boU nedieal aod eJeotricalaeD .et..nlIc.
of the country should be [r I: unfortunates have nothing i Onr offleesarc equipped with a,1, tbe & .' 0
The Baseball Season. rat.and tlnsearay: In f&c\'O'Utl
of the lawless." I for the 'rainy days; they have eon triraace know i to the medical
I And Friday night the Ocala baseball.' modem la every reject and we employ son* eta ItI I'bE'tI1.
Justice Brown \\ II ; that sickness will not team held a meeting at the PistOtfi'c'Jru trained and effldeal attendants,regnluly qaallJe4andl1eens.cI I P'
candid: I. them: they are in an ex pbTsldans; being in charge.
? -.tore and regularly organized for :; W. employ n G nldeadiag neau to seeurt 'I
: "The decision n\ulve ) precarious condition. }. atroDag.-ao a O. D.'.or unasked for sraWW tnj i
; than I" I the "seawjn Mr Don Ford was selectedas '\'r..' N' '. by tic. Iwtntion. Oar ternu fortreatn. ifenjig5'; L .
a surrender I
to '
individuals Farm \
> e. and Stock I I captain of the team, and Mr. J. J. : to 10.00 per montt.(medicines included] d we gut tu f] fin
: = class.. I ho|> I offer this advice:" !I ante or & core within a specified lime.
Jerig will be the ,
manager. IU &U 11{
prove the first step a few hundred dollars, and buy The team' has rented the South i -1- tfYBtij5 CHROHICDISEASES.tI: :au := lcJ.I1t..
ittiergtfnoe of the liberties farm. If you 3nn..t pay down Third street diamond; for the summer;! Have, full 'stock of Coffins, Casket I. ,\\ UH/J'n.l'PiIb"Rupture M .Kidney Jiydroeele and Dralna.BladdW Loud trcnolftt(etc. nd-I' 1;:'1Kose. ,..

pIe in A sordid pay what you can. ; interest is and expect to make some needed improvements I' sod Burul Outfit Special given to Dlieatea. Throat Tcmoa Head and and njaUjaaat Lnngs. trooolit Ciaeaie cf(Jftwrri XII iJJ i.tb
1 As I BurialService' M
cannot escape th !! N. K. KING M. & Chronic DUe "*
on it at an early date. CM.u sei of Women lDOa a* :DtIf [
that: the decision of the a-s soon as you find a little farm CONauLTIIIG"StiSSlT 1 UarL&trs1 Diotzgu.and ecu weakseMU di
Theyhope to get up a good strong'team Embalming to Order Wr..te rerard1JlryoU'coD41t.1oIlUJOtI"1k1r or amJeW- ... [ !
great ease is fraught deed to send yo ear Uterainr.IaelnaincayBiptenil *
;you get a it move onto and will schedule ni Los hametre io J
good l'
urable danger to the ( '- '" AND .tUV1CTflh'11G.
it to
It love
grow it make
games during the next few months. .
Dft.IING 1 V2riets t, CeI?
wllry.. ii nsl tfeit ;II ;'p kinsri'Hn- be :Ysur p.w-n 'ffiast- 'r, They: hope' for the encouragementof MEDICAL CO., Zthtt&1 Pi&ehte.S. Attanti Ij
$_c:; proportions of a national I I In peace and nJoyth fat of all of our citizens which Ihis paper ;lIt WilljPay : ---------'- -_-'-_- .-- -
feel it my duty to enter .
sincerely; hopes that they will get.-I : .. .. :. qi
-- -
against it- Is no Utopian dream; what has Good baseball will help greatly in i

Mr. McEwen Indulges can be repeated. It all do- making the summer months pleasant aA. >'11.It.
4 You I II (
criticism &
on his own on whether1 ;you have the cour- and we are looking forward with Standley
; "But be it said in all independence, the basic .man pleasure to the games.

; supreme court Is not break away from your pres : You hare any Real, E tat. '
repeatedly reversed n. Mrs. S. Davis Turn1 Jo', who attended IF to sell ''n,
-r asaln reversed its man who says Tin afraid I the Baptist convention at Chattanooga -I J The PioQocle of Humd

rives its members, not fail" better not tackle the farm; i Tenn.. and who .stopped over OR t ;
\ ,
selection but by who says, "I'm sure I should in Ocala .with her mother Mrs. Fan ; ". Has been reachd.:: in vat:
Idents. who are not need have no misgivings. nie R. Gary for several days left Saturday i You're thinking coming I jr.
I F buggies and harness. Tbt "
_j. exempt from political not necessary to be a big land afternoon for her home at Dade to Florida for a home. I h
of the present nine before to be a happy. successful far City. She was: accompanied by her I they can ever be better is '1t

the robe was chiefly children who were the guests of their OR .1 '
1 __: : stafl .tJtn
severility to a railroad will read the history of Hoi grandmother during their mother's I pinnacle-elevate the

which Holds despotic sway small farm Idea 'will take absence at Chattanooga.. ir; You desire to inyest in any 'l eva then our vehicles wID. W

lion of the country and I of you.-Farm_# and Stock. j' IJT kind of Florida property, I ::. .
: bers of the bar : -JX"--* Having lay puon my bed for H I i at the top. They are !lot -I '
against his elevation on days from severe bruised leg, I on-
Death From Aopedicitis.- j .
that he had neither the> j i in the same ;ration that the IT Balalrd's found relief Snow when Liniment.I used I can a bottle cheer of ,}i TO SEEOR'VRITE ., -prices thoush. as to be inti| C "'.}

acquirements requisite for Dr. King's New Life Pills in fully recommend it as the best medi- .of most Tehic use'S.r Let
i '"
The court has been 't They save'you from danger cine for bruises ever sent to the c ._._-. 1
1 -president>> on occasion quick and painless release afflicted. It has now become a positive l.
: ciatons were and ills growing out necessity for myself. J. H.lIYIKCnON & SONS '- you gures. 'f
Strength.. and vigor always fol D. R. Brynes merchant of Doveriville. -
r Party in po* r-for use. Guaranteed by all Texas, 23c. SOc and $1.00. At all
druggists. 5 cents. Try them. m druggists. LIVERY ?] )

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IOfIStfCRT'? .HORN CATTLE. offered two beautiful gold medals LETTERS PATENT.. -
; In the Circuit Court of the Fifth JudI-
: '" _. "Mother: Nature's. Festival" Beauti. which were competed for'at this time. ; County Judge's Notice to Executor* -
cial Circuit of Florida in and for Notice is hereby given that 'A'e. the S
'May-':21-ne of 'the'iarges: fully Rendered by Primary Quite a number of compositionswere :Marion County -In Chancery...,.. undersigned will apply to the Governor Administrators Etc. Guardians, '

., de ls of, ti1e.'ear ,has, Just Depratment. handed in and the Judges, .irith- of the State of Florida four weeks 'The attention all Executors Ad-

_" p1eted,between' J. Meffert_: out knowing who the authors were, selected City of Ocala Complainant, vs. C. w. after the publication of this notice, for ministrators, Guardians and all other -
e All of t he :Mef- Fridaymorning the Morse Jr., Defendant., Order for letters patent under the following pro- persons exercising authority in
lThAffiblld k'C0. primary department the one on "Railroads" and the Constructive Service.It posed charter. aajr

here 1cept the naval: of' the Ocala; High school gave one. on -Swlffs stock Yards" as the Is ordered that the. defendant T. N. SUMNER.: matters by virtue relating of the to authority.estates under of thia and -5;

"?;;;3n -,' pass into the hands their closing exercises. The room was two best ones and they were read herein named to-wit' : C. V. Morse Jr., JNO. W. ZUBER court, is respectfully called to sections -

....-..'.., It Is understood that packed .with the parents and friends Friday afternoon by their authors be and he.is hereby required to appearto T. E. WILLIAMS, 1872 to 1SS9 inclusive. Revised i-.
ne. < the bill of complaint filed in this J. N. GRIFFIN.
f & Co will convert the 5.000 of the children and standing-room was George .MacKay and "Ben Todd. cause on or before Copy of Proposed Charter of Sumner settlement Statutes of of Florida their'accounts relating, final to discharge the :

a great at a premium. Monday the 4th Day of June 1906.It .
?! land acquired into The balance of the program rendered Lumber Company. and removal of. for failure te -
Shorthorn cattle. No finer The stage. which erected at one end was as follows: is, further ordered that a copy of We, the undersigned, hereby associate make such return and reports .-
,.M the of the this order be published once a week ourselves together for the purpose required by law. and NOTICE is a a
a'or better.land for purpose room, was very prettily decorated Song. "Columbia the Gem of the for four consecutive weeks in the of becoming incorporated under her
by given to all concerned that
have Seen found to the state The exercises opened with a Ocean."school. Ocala Banner a newspaper publishedin the laws'of.the State of Florida appli- ExecutorsAdministrators Guardians, .;

iract .J dudes the famous Mar- "Good Morning" song by the entire "The Famine" leeks Ausley. said county and state. cable to corporations for profit and others who have failed or neglected

t "t10n and the well appointed! class, after which they recited a sweet "Bill in Trouble." Leroy Cappleman. This 24th day of April. 1906. ARTICLE L to make their returns to thl. courtas
(Seal./ S. T. SISTRUNK.
'. _nd' a great deal of land little prayer. \The Launching of the Ship" Cur- Clerk Circuit Court. (Name.) required by law on or before the :
Urns' MariQn. County, The name of this corporation shall first day of June, 1906 will be required .
,, ',nd' timber. The sawmill and all "Mother Nature's Festival," a bright tiss Crr_m. Florida. be the SUMNER LUMBER COM- to make such settlement under pro .

round,timber have been sold by and beautiful cantata, was then fault- -Papa's Letter" Ethel Crosby. T. E.- Biggs, Complainant's Solicitor. PANT: and its principal, place of business cess of this court and wU b forthwith -

"- :J '& Co.. ,to J. W. Crosby & lessly rendered by the little folks.' Song, "Sweet and Low" school. 4-27- -- Florida shall r be but in.it Ocala.may establish Marion County offices S removed from .
As these returns are often complicated

be enlarged and will Miss Leafy Smoak took the 'TJie of Some Lovlna A pair of our White House shoes
".1bi m1l1 will leading .Story Bells S and agencies in any other place or requiring the examination of 5
. '? :tlnds of lumber for shipping part, that of Mother Nature, and she De e'.. '. will make your' fe.t glad. New low places in or out of the State of Flor record and considerable tee ;
'p loal."markets. It;' is with reluc- did her difficult part, excellently.. She "T E- Deacon's.' Confession" Nellie quarter styXaa The Falr.Just in.; for men and ida. parties desiring to make such stU tme
women. < x ARTICLE ILBusiness. .
'. parted withjp1endid dressed in Frank- meats are requested to advise me
Meffert was white
< : tbatMr a wreathof .
: ( ) t particular day on which.they intend ta
propertY The price ferns around her shoulders. Master ""Benedict",Arnold's' Death Bed"' Car -NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.In The general nature of the businessto make settlement in order that I

'he received was a good one, but Harrv Summers in a black eveningsuit ..Yt1p, .. be transacted is:. arrange my engagements with m -
1''' .
I rie"" owners will have no hard made a pOSt admirable page. '' ""The S-"-------S >' Loddle Mob're.' < ? ;-the 'County Judge's. Court, Marion L To buy lease and sell timber and having business at the office s the -
.t'10! 'c do 'to make the price paid, in The songs and recitations by the I I "Naughty .ZelC-Pattle 'Smith.."-.; County Florida.. :! %. ;To, manufacture and sell lumber \1 be no conflict. JOSEPH Respectfully, -
-years" of careful operation. Gen- children were all verjf clever, and little "The Soldier's Pardon," Macella Mc To OTTO GROTHE. Defendant and : ; County Judge'of Marion Ct.nt1. F S

:regret' is expressed by the na- :Miss Ethel Haycraft;played the piano Lean. i'such 3. To mills build aa are and necessary operate to and prose-own :--tt. .

'tbat )ft. 'Meffert will. no longer accompaniments. _. .y_v .."... ,,..,._"_""_" .. .song<< ,.J.S hells,.ottheLSea'schooL # ;i1 11, ,Persona E,Interested. 'cute tha1 abort: object: NOTICE.'S
,""it? here He has warm friends After Mother Nature's greeting the "he Passion for Power" Ben Todd. YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that f i. To construct and operate tram- : -

that will ever remember him and five little seeds Nellie Liddon, Lennio "The Banker's Charity Beulah your property has been attached under roads in connection with its business:
I 5. To and control all Notice of for Tax
own operate Application -
and by virtue of writ of attachment Da
ehoubeInAl. Pindar, SImmie Handlebman Bertha Wiggins. a -
[ kinds Bunder Section
of real.and personal property; 8 of Chapter .
Bun Season" Profitable,' t Nlx..and Gertie' Brigance. dres ;ed In "Jane Conquest," Lou :}Slvie Wil- Issued out of the County Judge's 'I 6. _,To.do.. 'generally any:; and aU < & Laws of Florida. .

bean season' ,has been;most white;: pajefocks 'withj immense V3ms.1t I f Ii r f Court 4ofjMarion' Bounty. JTprKlo }ri. a II thing: reasonable/neceaaary' and requisite <*?Nottce is hereby gve that C. J. -

have beeng.204 ,Wld'tDougl ..action therein pending instituted carrying out. the urposes of purchaser Certificate
ble. The prices. ;: green eash'esentefedTheyi.. were fallowed : "ilarrruon. iiS, Clarence Certain > I Rt
corporation. / dated the %n4. day of November. .
and : -
those by attachment wherein
bout the season even by Charlie and Robert White. Ze-wadski' Florida S ARTICLE- '
D., 1896, said certificate 5i
'ship so late 'as now are getting Cranford Standley, Kenneth MocKaj Song "My Own Native' EaniTschool. Packing and Ice Company, a' coriXr'a. { (Capital! Stock.) A my office h'tled, made application

"as' msch as, .the .early: shippers. ,and Walter :Moorhead dressed as .' f' '-. ,. -b, "* ; sIThe tion. .organfz-I. and,*eXtpttng under .the r The amount Of .the 'capital" stock of for tax deed to issue in accordance -
bout emllesj 'lor : sreatbroad* aiD-ns. "'- e : .' f"J }' .,.* i ; "" declamations t were all perfectly laws/of thlateof: Florida, is'plaint: : SEVEN this corporation THOUSAND,>halUbe.DOLLARS THIRTY-($37- the with law. Said certificateembraces ,
following described
i.$nes,',hunt up bean shippers and Alice Swartz. all in white, carryinga splendid and each speaker is de- iff, and you OTTO GROTHfi is, defendant 009.00), divided' into 370 shares of the situated in Marion county, Fla property -

: 'll 'find them. The finest beans big basket of. flowers, represented serving a special nnention. Each and that you are hereby- par value of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS tow1 Northeast quarter of North :

" probably grown by .E.. P. Town.-' "May'* and sans a charming little May sh !"T'\' that,-he"' or she 'had studied quired" to" appear to said: a.-tion 1> fore ($100.00). each 'air of which section 25, township 11.
; *; something 5 t ,; their and. had the said': Court before the said authorized capital tock shall be range 24.. Containing 40 acres.
dc' on or
*, .His' "patch'' yIeld" days: ug. .S : ,' pieces very carefully payable in"cash. as called for by the The said land being assessed at the -
ie hundred and fifty crates. tore Then came trouping in at their appointed been splendidly trained .In the delivery ,- Fourth Day of June, A. D. 1906, Board of* Directors. date: of the issuance of such certificate -.

: :, His Boston, house,. Blodgett time the flowers. And such of them. Too much redit cannot or judgment will be entered against ARTICLE IV. inthe name of S. W. Moody. Unless

-. made a fine; Jbing. out of, .,the sweet flowers: they were! ,They be given to Hiss Borger for the. interest you. The amount, claimed by' said ,, .55 .o .for(which Term.)this corporationshall sad certificate sha be redeemed according '
.. ; Thejerm
:Martin bean? :were: always: in.de. were,.the" ]daintiest- ,little' girls- irriaginable ; tie,:awoke ia her- pupils" 'along Florida Packing and Ice Compa'ny exist is ninetni.ne'years. (99). thereon on to the law., 20th day deed of May will, A.issue P.

.:Kh,the big eating house there: all wearing paper frocks fa-h- tjljis: line. The entire program was a the sum of EIGHTY NINE and 95-100! ARTICLE V. .? 1906.

'''ryer W. W.. Martin made some ioned in.i) the proper color of the flowers treat to the audience which was a dollars. (Officers). Witness m omcla signature -5-
.- ,bans' too, and is, still shipping. they represented. S s *" veryllarge' one and they yere delightfully FLORIDA; PACKING AND II ci):, shall?The be business-condu ted off by.this aI President corporation, a seal this t dy of April A '

yB that the yeaf,..has, been a First came ihe white"snowdrop' \n- entertained. f. ; By HERMAN BENJAMI>V Vice-Presldenr; a'Secreta.ry'a'nd Treasurer .1906seal S. T.

-' -able: one. but thinks the good nle Laurie Perry, then the hardy dandelions The schoof room was beautifully Vice. President and Manager.H. : and a. Board .f Directors consisting lsel Circuit Court, SISTRU S -

t are due to the fact that the who were of course, boys, decorated in the class colors, pale L. Anderson. Attorney for PlainiLfC. .' of not less than three (3) per- Florida. .-0

1.Is' so. small and that the frost 'with suits of white, yellow hats and blue and gold. and the .'members' of the ;; t i'- ft S ,, L ;' : $_4 sons elected'jnor?at'morethan the annual; five(5)meeting, of to the be Notice of to Sell Real Estate -- :
i .. S S
ll1 most of the beans In the ties and walking sticks with yellow class had seats on>the4 stagE : ... ,' stockholders to*be"held on' the fourth =* of Minor. -

rn shipping belt. ribbons. They were" Robert 'Mock Miss Lovina Dewey presided at the Our low quarter White House shoes Tuesday in December, 190$,- and an- f. -
for Menand Women can't be beatenin : nually thereafter on the fourth Tuesday -
Notice is hereby given that the
the for undersigned -
< and Potatoes. Corn playing aceompalnments
Melons Williams and 'Roy organ.
George Ocala. The Fair. x : of December in each year: PRO guardian of the estate of
.isrs. Wilson '& Co., the new firmnoiv The little pale blue forget-me-nots. the song ; ,, ', 'VIDED, that the offices of President Ida minor child and of ; 5-

operates bere grov1ug'e1- Ellen Stripling., Hattie Rubin and After the judges had made their de- NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. and Treasurer may i>e held by one and D."L Moran Moran deceased will, hei -

cision. the medals were presented by the same stockholder. or the offices of day of May, 1906, ,
.' opes and Irish potatoes, have Mary Handley; the purple and lavender "Friday"te
S Under"and by_,virture ota, final.decree Secretary and Treasurer may be held Hon. Joseph Bell, 5
splendid success. Hastings pota.'e .- violets, Thelma Sage. Varion Blake Mr "William -T> Gary.ya: graduate rendered on'th* 28th.day of April .by. one aid the-satao-atockholder. judge for Marion county count

'not' in It as compared with and Theo* Be'ckhain;; the yellowf bitter -' tl1e.i dt'aUHigh School and a-qrmen A; *D3190btheHonorable, W. S, I The following named officers shall for leave to sell the 1-3 undivid,
teacTieVja'thejtastitutton. His remarks Bullock!Judge of, the Circuit Court, conduct the business of this rpora- 0a
Hammock potatoes. Men that ups. E ea&icVjBoney; Irene Toffa- : of said minor in the following -
ofthe Fifth Judicial Circuit of the tlon until those elected at the nrst annual -
_u' buying potatoes for yeahanevei letti and.5Do vie Gatesj: _the -vlte3Dd: were 'brief,! and most fitting. He told state 'of Florida- 'and 'for Marion i meeting shall qualify: President land In Marion county, rld

'.* before in their travels yellow daisies, Mary Gale.. Fay Camp- of his l interest in the school and paid county. in chancery. In a certain cause :and treaaurur, T. N. Sumner! ; Vice- vizi East half of lot 3, west ha -
tribute Miss and pending therein,wherein D. C.W. Smith i President John W. Zuber S, and north hal of north hat tot 2. -
@he y seen potatoes so fine as thewhich bell and Mabel Aiken't. the pure :white! a splendid to Borger ; ..Secretary.T. and' lot 4. section township
complainant:: and James"Coonsl E. Williams ,Beard ofDlrectors.
: Mr Wilson.has just placed Hllies,. Valeria Gregg and Annie; BlairWoodrowj to ,the pupils who iad ,done so' excellently Mary 'B. Coons and Porter Hanks,,,jri TN. '3umn ',.'John: W. Zuber. T. E. IS'range" 25. and also northeast quarter I
',market :Mr, :"Wlson| : has;used and the 'brilliant red roses, on'this. occasion- are defenda.nts.'ln' whfeh'safd final decree WHliama and J. 'N. Griflla. of southwest quarter of northwest

< :!)al fertilizer, and It is possible Martha :Miller Ruby Faucett and Ruth He first presented to George Mac- I, the undersigned special masterIn ARTICLE VI.Ind.btsdnss. quarter and west halt.,of southwest .
; : the medal for the best composition chancery was named and appointed ( ). quarter of northwest quarter and east -
"is new formula is, destintdtQ Lester., all ,did their, parts splendidly, Kay eiecute the S of northwest quarter except 10
sain'e0-wlllas such The amollntof indebtednessto hat
'spec highest
this, section .Into a great po-: and 'made .a 'beautiful picture to look this decision having been ,mad, ial master Oft' < S which this corporation hall If; anytime north and south by 5 chain

:tfon. Mr.. Wilson has sent off upon. 5- several days previous but sealed upi Monday the 4th day of June, A. D. 1905 subject itself. ,is thirty-seven east and west in southwest corner :

-- "*carloads ,of .potatoes, to the Llttlej Dora ;Russell and Pearl ,Fau 5 an envelopeand 'was not known : within. the legal hour ot: sale offer thousand *dollars. : and' except 1360 feet north and souttt .
by 660 feet east and west in the southeast 5---
and expose for sale, at the ARTICLE 'VII.Sub.crib. .
McMahon Company, 'Philadel- cett nest addressed the flowers and until opened by :Mr. Garjv ,' south door of the court house in Ocala. ( .,.*). 'corner, section 36, township 13, -

..TbI 'firm was. so well pleased presented each ,1tla rose. These were He said that the judges had had no Marion county* Florida. Jand will sell ,The names aDd places of residence ranc -
kind'of fruit sent that',a spdr. used in the march and pretty little little trouble. In deciding as to the to the highest and best ..bidder for I of the subscribers, together with the :5.LY W. MORGAN.

best deelamatiaon as all had done so cash the following, described real property amount of capital stock subscribed for Guardian. .
Ie ) F. G. Thompson, was drill which came next In "Mother Nature's B. t .
,;to-wit: by each; is: I Bulock
3 to buy ,all of the crop. Mr.Bewpsoa ;,Festival. "well. However, it was that Southeast quarter he' ln'of southwest Name. Residence. Shares.T. Guardian. 4-20

has completed his deal here The flowers were not the only ones Ben Todd had done the best: and to quarter (sw 1-4) of section three I N. Sumner, Moultrie, Ga, .....10S '-" .

aid.'jaas gone to ,WilHston to look of Mother Nature's children to present him Mr. Gary presented the medal. (3) township fifteen (15) south, rangetwentythree ,John W. Zuber, Atlanta, Ga., .......170 Notice for Application to Sail Real
(23) east situate. lying T. E. Williams Moultrie. Ga. .....48 e 5
wMoncnbers. He will return here themselves this occasion for He aln stated that Miss Pattle Estate of Minors.
l on Nellie- Frank and being in Marion county. Florida, J. N. Griffin. Valdosta, Ga., ... ... .48 .-
aerdas to bay melons and so- the little birds must have their innings Smith and Miss were or so much thereof as will. satisfy the State of Florida Notice is hereby given that the undersigned

, .eantajoupe... shipments for his also. The costumes typifying close seconds and were the recipients decree and costs. County of .Marion. guardian of tutrix of the 5
!lOuse.'- 'eac15 bird were unusually -cleverly gotten of honorable mention from the Jud JOSEPH H. BELL. I Before me the undersigned author- person and estates of 'Curtis Morgan,
Special: Master in Chancery.Hocker ity personally appeared T. N. Sumner .
Carl Morgan and Ida Morgan,
;T2witaioupe crop In this belt is up, and the boys Jld their partsIn ges.Both & Duval, Solicitors for Com and John W. Zuber to me well known heirs at-law and children of infant .

v@e-, The season has been just I such a way as to bring forth hearty medal awards seemed to have plainants. 45COMMISSIONER'S i to be the individuals described in and Morgan, on Joh

rWbea the :crop Is not large applause.. been most satisfactory to the class -- who signed the foregoing proposed ..Friday,deeased. wi of May, 1905.

*e-Quality;,of" ths fruit wit be such P'ats.y Gillen and Clarence Shealey and the visitors as evinced by the 'SALE II charter of the SUMNER LUMBER apply to the Hon Joseph Bell county
hearty and these COMPANY.. who severally acknowledged judge for Marion county Florida, atOC
spontaneous :
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.t'gocidpri: es will be reclved. The were the bluebirds! ; Hansell Leaven- Under and by virtue of a decree to me that they for leave and authority to sell

THsea. :CI o., Col and Lawyer Martin good Lee Meadows and Laurie Benjamin two young boys received. of the Honorable W. S. Bullock. I Signed the same for the uses third interest of said

adJUr.,J. ;M. ileffert are 'the largest as. robins were great; Francis After the conclusion of Mr. Gary's Judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of i and purposes therein set firth minor following land in Marion
the State of Florida in and for Marion i
powers: They know that cantaloupes Bogie and Robert Davis, _one a lark speech they were warmly congratulated County, in Chancery, rendered on the i and expressed.commissioned I further certify thatI county, FlorMa to-wit; Est hal of
am a duly notary public -
*.'!!l-be", :good' property, for the drouth and the other a linnet; Harry Summers by their friends, who were very 3rd day of May, A. D. 1906, in a certain i in and for the State and County of lot north 8, wet half hal lot of 3 lot, lot 3,4, in section

1f. r.'sections baSi'cut the crop short I as a swallow and Venice Shawas proud of them. cause in said Court pending. above named, and that my commis. 24, also northeast quarter of south-
wherein Samuel P. Johnson is defend- sion does not expire until the 18th day
;"i"haITta ,Georgia and farther up ] the sparrow were all fine, while ant, and Thomas F. Johnson. Eliza of March. A. D., 1909. west quarter of northwest quarter; .
feather ,have hurt the crop the three black crows." Marshall Pleasant Outing at Silver Springs. Taylor and Mary E. Taylor are defendants IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have west half of southwest quarter ofnorthwest I

};30.'degrees. Bouvier Glendon Hall and Walter we, the undersigned commissioners hereunto set my hand and official seal quarter and east half of
!. Wednesday afternoon a party of will sell on the 4th day of this the 23rd day of March. A. D., 1906. northwest quarter except 10 chains
of cantaloupes modest, little brown
growers the
tsa1, Kaiser, and north and south by 5 chains east and
June 1906 at the south door of the
[seal] T. T. MUNItOE.Notary .
.... eJfls-and! .never were prospects wrens, Phil Rubin and Gladys Farris, young people enjoyed a most pleasant court house in Ocala :Marion County, Public. west In the southwest corner and except -

t tvi a good crop. The season werE just as cunning as could be. outing at Silver Springs, which was Florida, during the legal hours of sale, State of Georgia. 1360 feet north and south by 669 -
given fur Mrs. McCollum and Miss to the highest and best bidder,for cash feet east and west in the southeast
n,a good one and no complaint I The entertainment closed with the I County of Cekjuitt.
section 36 all in 13
and In the following described property, to- i Before the authority corner township. ,
'e by, the growers. "Spring"song and a graceful march Bodiford. The trip was planned, wit: me undersigned south range 25 east. S

Nil,-_' be goon time for the buyers Miss Nellie Stevens and :Miss ,Cora spite ot: the rain the crowd determinednot Northwest quarter of southwest i'me personally well known came.to be T.one E. Williams of the -individuals to- SUSIE MORGA.

'ar! here, and this time they Griffin have charge of the primary department to be outdone and went out any- quarter and west half of northeast described in and who signedthe Guardia or tutr .

4' goods feeds: and good table and have done splendidwork way. While everything was quite quarter of southwest" quarter -of sec foregoing proposed charter for the R. D Bullock. 5-
damp, the youngpeople enjoyed themselves tion 21. township 17 south, range 26 SUMNER LUMBER COMPANY: and Atorneor Guardian. -I.t
-,., Knoblock house. the past term. They say that' all of east; also portion of the southeast he acknowledged to me that he signedthe

News Notes. the pupils this ;year have done the immensely. A trip was taken qaurter of southwest quarter of section same for the uses and purposes NOTICE! ; S

lock, brothers have hade a good most satisfactory work and the year down the run in the "Undine," and 21, township 17 south. range 26 east. therein set forth and expressed. I .
-' was served inIr. Pierce's to-wit: Begin at southwest corner of further certify that I am duly commissioned J 5S
'and supper 11 ,
..nd have received good prices has been a most harmonious the lot known as the Church LIt notary public in anl for the The undersigMntends to apply t

,' truck: shippeed. This firm is pleasant one. commissary, the party reaching home I thence run west 6.23 chains to edgeof state and county aforesaid and that Ron Bell' judge

stronger eyery year and with The color and language work of the at 9 o'clock. Those who participated. clearing given as the forty line. my commission does not expire until Marion county, is office In Ocala, -
-s-'truckers in this outing werethe following: Miss i thence: north 4 chains, -thence north the 1st day of October. A. D., 1909. on the 30th day nf -prt A. D.. 1906
Is exhibition andis .
destined to make ,
; pupils was on title and
primary for leave to sell .
54 15 minutes 2.53: chains.
Jessie Bodiford and Mrs. JV.. Mc degrees east, In witness whereof, I have hereuntoset al rght '
,t.tfpa. about Martin one of the deserving of a great deal of praise. I thence north 26 degrees 4i minutes my hand and official seal this the interest of 1 Lnrd Florence

uckmg sections in the state Several new kinds of drawing and Collum, of Gainesville; .Misses Valeta I east 1.70 chains; thence north 10 degrees 26th day of March. A, D., 19i)6. M. Leonard, Lond.

!:'T wnsend, the manager of the color work 'has been introduced by Potter, Sara Harris Ethel Robinson, east 1.25 chains; thence [seal] EDWIN L. BRYAN. Stella E. Leonard, Louis H. -
:Mattie Williams, Sue Barco, Mrs. L. north 17 degrees thirty minutes west Notary: Public. and Lucy D. Lenard minor children
.J: tores -
factory here has comf Miss Griffin this tern, and the children 3 chains; thence north 40 degrees: of George W. deceased. late
S ate of Georgia,
r< the, buildings: to be used have taken to It 'most readily. Where J. Knight. Mrs. Will Knight, Messrs.J. minutes west 3.32 chains'thence .north County of Lowndes, of St. Johns county, FlorIda in the
H. Bell, O. B. Howse. J. H. Taylor 6.30; chains to forty line thence east following lands Marion
o.,, annection with the work. Hem all have done so well V will be Impossible Before m.the undersigued author situate
the Emmett Robinson and Harvey Clark. 2.45 (chains thence south 25 degrees 30 I ity personally came J. N. Griffin to county, Florida .
rosIn and a great for us-to mention anof minutes east 90-10') chains. thence me well known to be one of the Individuals : Lots, 1. 12, 1 15, 16 IT, IS, jr
... y of. !spirits. work Individually.In south 55 degrees east 4.5} chains described in and who signedthe 19, 35 and 36 the half of lot 41
4 J?] Zimmerman is a busy man one of the rooms :some of the best Union Sunday School Picnic. thence south 33 degrees east 3.30 foregoing proposed charter for and two and ;-100 acres in the south

tl Touting cars shipping ext In""ery department of the school chains, thence south 8 degrees 45; min the Sumner Lumber Company, and he east corner of lot 14, according to the
t work Christian lutes east 2 chains, thence south 20 degrees "- plat recorded in the Public Record
The members of 'the Baptist acknowledged to me that he signed
.{;: .Ung on passengers! tmd_ at- was arranged for the inspection of the 45 minutes west 4.40 chains. of Marion county Florida, entied
I the same for the uses and purpose
Presbyterian and 'Methodist Sunday : -
.",.;to freights. ( visitors. This work will compare favorably I thence south 25; degrees east 1.26 herein set forth and expressed. I tI Map of apportion of gant :
..: ;;Baxter. the excellent superln- not only with any school in schools will take their outing on i chains. thence west 1.59 chains, thence further certifiy that I am a duly commissioned and lots 1 and 2 section 21 and :
will be Lake Weir south 5.6S chains to 0b.; containIng of section 28, township 13 south, range .
M ; her Meffert industries will but we are willing to put it June 7. The place p. notary public in and for the 5
Florida. H.
31 east J.
at the old Chautauqua grounds, where 15.60 acres of dry land. state and county aforesaid and that Cmpbel Engneer. -
,,:. srge 44he 'work carired ,on at against the work of any public schoolin ; And also begin at the southeast corner my commission noes not expire until March 30,

; 1' JMr. 'Meffert. Everybody the country. A great deal of this the grateful shade of the beautiful of southwest quarter of southwest, the. 30th day of May, A. D., 1907. EMMA J. LEONARD, '

..gets;to gee this excellent tame exhibited at the Tampa fair grove of oaksiIl give the tired onesa quarter of section 21. -township 1 j In witness whereof, I hare hereuntoset S-30-5 Guardian.ADMLNISTRATRIXS ,
'Vo ten work was- individual sweet spot to rest while the bathing south range 26 east, run thence north, mY. hand and official seal this the -. .
years Mr. Baxterwqrk and secured quite a number of the chains thence north &2 degrees .
4.53; pond, day
will be the best to be had anywhere. i 29th of March A. D., 1906. NOTICE OFJRNADISCHARGE. .
here ,and so well has and collective prizes.It 45 minutes, vest, 2.43 chain [seal] W. F, STATEN. -
g2ne that of Boats will convey the.-crowd from Weir thence north 56 degrees45 minutes. -
no one has neverdonbIm. -will be impossible, for lack I' 4-5 Notary Public.
Part across the lake to the picnic west 2.16 chains thence north
but on the other space, for us to describe all this clever 34 degrees 35 minutes west 2.06 tN County Judje* Court, Marion County
r.h4s been liked from onewithout grounds. A big crowd can be lookedfor. NOTICE. Ke Estate of J. if. Fd wards,
by all mention loid. I
;: work as we cannot II chains, 'thence north 11 degrees .
b1et thatit It Is also ordered that no Intoxicants 30 minutes, west 2.90 chains, asd
:employee _to his! em- the rest but :we wish to say
will be In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial VOmCK Is HEREBY GIVES TO
or firearms permitted thence north IS degrees east 3.6* I A
worth a visit to the wboai it may that OB the
is certainly train the grounds.The chains, thence oorth10 degrees 43 Circuit of 1rida-In and cncr.
the or on
Brothers Company, that school ,to tnsre.ctt and goes far towards I minutes west 5.50 chains, thence south I for :Marion County-In' S i:1daytP./u'teA.. DQ
-. here for a long tim, is now showing what is being ',done by: price of be"roW\d' trip tickets 17.83 chaIns. thence east 7.70 chains top Chancery. .the undersigned wI apply t. It. Joseph

: It Is regretted that this of t11eala public schooL will be 40 cents for adults, 20 cents 0. b., 6.69 acres; and also. Begin at ,! Bessie L Davenport,Complaintant,vs. Belt( ,judge final ot sid crt a judge ot probte
or k
the pupils t William R, Davenport. Defendant. Order a o tv
wt continue this for children and an additional 5 centsf northeast corner of above named quart estate of J. V. Edwards, deceased and
-; here, for the principalof
Mr. John H. Workman f the irip'from East Lake. where ter-quarter section, run thence wet for Constructive Service.It same time I will pr *:at said court my foal
lJ'&r/ would have made the the school ..isa very',enthusiastic 4.50 chains 'thence south, 24 degrees '30 is ordered that the-, Defendant, account as admlwtat t of said estate, and
bushel of money." :tL ( being deeply interested in the train' will stop.. ;'tQ"J.the, ., picnic minutes, east: 3.::'" chains. thence south f herein named to-wit: William R. Davenport ask lot their apprvl -
and- cantaloupes, will 2>egm worker assistin grounds. : : 11 grt'es.45 minutes west 2.39 chains, be and is hereby required to Dated this Ko.2 .. D. J9 -
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everything that will any --
"JIO: thence south 65 degrees 30 minutes. appear to the Bill of Complaint in this -
.- t from here jnfw Jays school and his -S As Adjaioistratnr K tate ot J. 9. Edwards le
the:upbuilding of the :: l' Methodist Bishops Elected. east 3.95 chains thence north 76.84 cause on or before :Monday. the 4th ceased. IJJ6Brff

& the usual activity of the assistants' during the past termhave Se'- '._.: _-':$. .* I chains 'to p. o. b_<2-40 acers;' which day of June 1906. SIt _------n _. '_
% .
..e. : lands In strip 7.10 Is further ordered that a. copy of '
1tpfng will bin said described a
season :
beeminost efficient oie ln 'Ala..wh"ir the general I
r I chains wide otf east side of southwest ; this order be published fence a. week
4c-r----- -- conference of the Southern Methodist -I quarter of southwest quarter of paid for eight consecutive weeks in the

a matter of vivera1 relun Ben Todd and George MacKay Win church is. in session. on May: 17 j section 21 comprise the dry lands j Ocala Bamier.' a newspaper publishedin
S -Dated this 3d. day of Mav. 1906. said county and Ate. \ :
that Medals.At .
Editor \VU>on, 'pr sS three new bishops were elected. :
GEORGE DeVAULT. i This 26th day of March 1906 J
-he State Press ATuesday. 2 o'clock Friday afternoon the The newly} elected bishops are Dr. i H. F DOBBIN'S.SHQPJES. [Seat- S. T. SISTRUNK BANK DEPOSIT

jUpb1e t aUejd eigbt4 gdjwhic ji'tt1IeIda 1>:' IGf 4 X''i 'flf'r 'Qf! ovieKy .nrS -W.A15 .$ t. "- Clerk Circuit Courtj Marion ..countFlorlda.rf /, Pa A Notes :
heanU44it R. R. Fare
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'ht< .lr detlam.1.t1Wland th Ya r $'ieas. n1Drthe !11t1dns. IIIHocker i i}Comrn&siOners.. .j > | ; i #>'# fff 9 _f, taksn on tutor, 5BST
& Duval : Allred & Davis H L Sistrunk.Complainant's .
S' Wednesday andS composition contest at the school.To \ snnday' school editor of the : Complainant's' Solidtor.J.SS Solicitor D. C.z30 S o D'delay.COLLEEt WnieXHJar.eEORGIVAUBAMJBUSISESS -

stimulate an interest in oratory Methodist Episcopal church south. i S Jaoat -5

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j b Y, FLORIDA. ELKS IN-ANNUAL MEET SESSION. "" """ ',,,,,,,,," """ ''''''_'''''''''''n''''''''''''''" '" "" '"'' '. .

1 Whether the letters "B. P. 0. E. '
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i mean best' people.oh earth orb Benevo- '-
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lent and Protective Order of Elks,
;H; made little ,difference yesterday and
last night tor the annual session of ,
.the Florida Elks association convened -I TEAPOT GROCERYm
: a
_'i': yesterday morning In the handsome
home "of Jacksonville lodge No.. 221. ..... '
f corner Laura and 'Adams streets,..and
: last night a"re epUon and dance :were' E The Place Where "QUALITY GOVERNS THE PRICE.
given In honor of the visitingdefe-

fates. .
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: The club house was appropriately o-- : ; '
decorated for the occasion and the f ;;" :; '> ., :-- .
meeting yesterday was most euccess- ..... .: ;, :i ; . .# I ., : T.
taL In the afternoon the delegates ': '<'" .
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t went out: to 'the baseball groundsand ... .': ;;., .
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caw Jacksonville defeat the Charleston fl-!;';<(C h. 1>"':- -\;':;;,' ,' .
team. } .t"' \.! .: ?....*'t.r ; !: : -' 1. f,_ .._' .-..'
: In the absence of President H. A. : :;, .. ; ,, .<. .
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Ford,of Lodge No. 851'of Ocala. the --- : '
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meeting was called to order by' G. D. ...... ', ;- :., ; -....
Ackerly, of Jacksonville lodge No .221. q. '. ;
1tate'se retary. .I.... ,. ALUERECEIVEDJ ",
11. B. Macfarlane, of Tampa ...... ... ,' ....
r No. 708 was elected president Lodge'I' t -..... '; '.1...
and the invocation was osked''by .. .
W. Lindsay, chaplain of Ocala lodge ::: ., 'k" ., '. _. ,:" _"" ,_ '" ......
: No. 851. :,fr .
On a call of the roll of lodges cre- __- I. ....

i Bonvllle dentlala, were Fernandina presented, Ocala from, Tampa Jack-, 11F. i
fit Augustine, Lake City, Miami and ... '

:1 x- -met Gainesville by the lodges.reception The committee deelgates :were and Is what we give you in buying your GROCERIES .
told to be at home in the club -house. ,
J. S.Maxwell, of Jacksonville lodge,

was:welcome.Introduced In and both made chaste the and addressof eloquent of us. We sell just such articles want .
th you as
fT language, stating that every Elk you ,
was at home':when he entered a club

-fxrase. and This he was coked the basis'with 4he of his extension remarks F and at as low a margin of profit as it is consistent -
t of the hospitality of the Jacksonville -

_ !to'The be present.response lodge to was every made Elk la present behalf' of to do business on. We buy in large quantities and -

s Ce visitors by Chaplain W. C. Lind-
al> ,
;Ji s In the absence of President Ford,

_ And Appreciated..It :was a :bappy effort and much 1-. from headquarters and give the benefit of

The reception and dance last night you our i,
was a success .in every particular and
r* >was. greatly enjoyed by the Elks and
'& 'ibeir friends.-Thursday's Times E purchases in small quantitiesSrv i TE
: Union. i.1
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J1. The Advocate Editor. in, Ocalz. .. ....
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_ A full house .greeted'us on Sunday ": :
iornins. We attended the league service / '
_ in the afternoon'and decided that *
_ : aumbers.the Ocala and League enthusiasm.heads the list in .' : NO MISREPRESENTATION OF GOODS

L The Junior League numbers 61 mem- i- 4 1 .. r SJ- ,
hers, and has most 'an enthusiastic I
_; resident Miss.Chambers. who though
p i .a yoang'has successful all worker.the elements ?that make' E For our goods are sold ON THER OWN MERITS, and prices are !

"'Ss trouble*lf.to our in vabout' a Juniors few our.years are league-we properly will work.have attended no- :;regulated by the quality; so if you want the best we can supply your ::1

U 4 on We League were Rally fortunate day,In and visiting enjoyed Ocala'the E wants, If you want a good article we have it too If you want a cheap !
_ i very Interesting services at night con- .

.-f ducted With by such the workers,leanie. as Bro. ''Taylor, : article we;can suoply that too. We have the goods to suit. nearly .

Dr. I/Jar, Mrs: )Maud ''B. Little- and
_ ..Jv,;F t. A others fine League tt is no wonder, that Ocala has everyone; ; .:but remember that QUALITY, GOVERNS THE PRICE 3t.r

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; The church here Is doing work : .
i fine .
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;t Bro LItle may well be proud of the -- .",._-.. -,_ !
flourishing< Sunday school of. which : I" .-.ft.- ,.- ''. -i!
Ae la superintendent. Bro. Moore 'has .
_fl -3jas forge the congregations affection of every his'people.Sunday-Florida and- I E :. We Have AlwavsiPrided Ourselves that our ::31

r= Christian Advocate !
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_ r x E. i ;;'c1'--the-yroduced as'Socialist's Socialists all earth the belongs by wealth recognize Cure labor-.:for-of all in the Liquor the the:this'fact people world and'Habit.that past was and all I I : .,' Rogal 0 Scarlet e Eian 0 of Oaea, GooasF s. I I4

_ c generations, It rightfully belongs to .-.1
It- those who performed the labor. The
problem therefore is to devise a system And '
Vegetables the best
a the full by which product the of worker his labor.will This receive can are very goods I'J H

.i only be done by the collective ownership -
'' of all of the means of producing
.; ; should wealth,collectively or In other produce words,commodities that we- that come put: Ill). Our increasing trade i

2 -for use and not for profit. The
people 'would then manufacture for these
themselves,profit the incentive absolutely to pure adulteration liquors, 011 goods justifies our guarantee, and 1

having been removed '
; would
largely reduce the evil effects: of liquor ,
drinking furnish) Again.* to themselves the moment pure the liquor people the price is in reach of all who want 1

at cost every saloon voluntarily closes --- .

its door,. and no inducements ,would 'THE BES ---i.. .. .,.....: ._ ..,... ,. :. ..:-. ..... . ., ... >- .. --4.
; 1 be offered men to drink the incentive, E r .. ... '' ,r.":, ', .. .-.i... .,',.'.,<:-;. :'' :.":: .' .-. .. ..'.' ..' .. \ .,. .)......:.. : : -" ,.. ,<..;;.> '. _. _

profit. being,porevt renioyed.also, Socialism ana if Frances weunabolish :-....- 0 : ; .0' U'k'; .\ !

Willard was right the cause of drunk- ----- -- ------ / .' ," ..' ,'!',.'=;-.,..' _.- J
.eaness would be removed.-St. Louis -. o'4'- '
Times, .
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_ '
_} Norwegian Independence- Day. We Keep Grocery Store
) a
>Js Minneapolis tie anniversary' Minn pf. May orwa"s 17.-' Today inde- ;D: .-. Excillsively i 'I

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: ; fort .
pai'r1eil d KdrWeglons aS well .


+ city and. The surrounding Norwegian societies districts of have this :;. and at as low a price, Quality considered, as can be bought .. _:: :aI J

"combined their efforts and will hold s .' .t. .Y. ,
_ a large mass meeting with patriotic >i'- -.. : -::1" .-41...... J

addresses triotic songs, music,, and and there singing will also of pa-be :.',":. Remember The Place. .. :;:.f<:, ._.....1!

A number: of.banquets in honor of the :> t: <' '
+ occasion. vrV'v 1.
: :
-s The' separation of Norway from ;,_:..,: .;:u.. ,:; ; ,;C ;,::;" .' ,.' .W.' "'1 a Wh /J. J
.f.. Denmark was formally declared on 1 -<_>>. '0. .," .- / .' -..' -
]fay 17. 181 t. and that day has been .... ii
: .held sacred ever since in the memory I --i
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of all patriotic Norwegians. The separation -
: of Norway from Sweden has -4:1...:;..14
added considerable! significance to the
1r observance of the day and never was -'.
t the annievrsary celebrated with as .. ,
s much enthusiasm as this year. 11- ..
-- ,
Z The Independent says that St. Pe- TEAPOTGROCERY.i 41.4
tersburg wants the next meeting o!
"the state press association. We under.. ....... .. .
stand that Palatka and

i+ ..' ..both 2Kb.thing after doing"Lake It.Cltj.'lttSex.down So there Ocala,,will way t be."some-on M;the, I:?it", " " " " " '" .,. ,.,." ." ." ,." .." ,. " i

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