The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 5, 1907
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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den about one-third. BusinessoolieC !

# 4 4 4 4 HOT SPRINGS : : Are Pupil In Cost Attendance-Each$939. I I! Second-thirty-eight of the university '! lolls'

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Relief is needed for the overworked I enrolled in the university annex l profitable to BOTH SIDES are lasting. We make i :

II teachers of the University of Flor;where no greater mental strain is reemerged -\ t ourselves worth as much to our patrons as they are to i

ida.The legislature should promptly"junior high from school.the 10th Of grade course of some this j t I j .: us. That's how we keep old friends while making

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= gIve it. I helps, but it is to be remembered that

i i It is an emergency case and the each of these kid students cost $939.a I
4 4 the best tonic. MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
4 4 is spring : first day of legislative session the I year, while Hamilton county students -:

.4. 4 .. rules should be waived kicked out, cost but $5.50 each, a year. | 4 ,

4 abrogated and set aside, so that a bill The president of the State Univerj j : BANKERS

$1.00 Bott'e.' 6 Bottles for $5.00 .* for the relief of these ov'rworked'i'sity says (tree report above mentioned | OCALA, FLORIDA.
P per = teachers could make a I page 22S,) that the universityneeds i !

There are in the University of Florida i : money. It seems to us that it j +44 44.4.....**....4.4444444444444444444444.4444444.
: : also needs students, or abolishment. j -

: AT THE 1 President. -.Jasper N'ews. IJ!

n i i iH 11 Full professors--don't know how J II I EASTER SUNDAY IN OCALA. 'I I..........................
full. iI i
Easter Sunday was a bright and
Postoffice S 2 Assistant professors. i'i I sunshiny day and save for the dusty i BIGGEST LINE

Drug ore. :H: 1 Professor of MilitaryScience and I Monday Was the First Day of April, :'streets we could not have wished for a I I

Military Tactics, making a grand total Which Day is Popularly Knownas ::prettier day. The churches were all

of 15. "All Fool's Day." [well attended and many of the ladies : OF
b INN..................... ..44444444.44.44444f4 It is to be considered also that "a ,were out in their beautiful new --prinji

+....+.........*.......... .................N. larger percentage of them have the I According to certain authorities the 'gowns and Easter bonnets.

degree of Ph. D., than is tru in any !1 The churches were all simply decorated .
practice of "All Fool's Day" is onlya
,I other university in the south," therefore '
-- and looked exceeding! also
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. the necessity for immediate retie survival handed down from remote tive and all of the ministers
i Mrs H. C. Groves is: spending this preai-h 1
:peek in Tampa with Mr. Groves. !. ,Oriental days, being derived from the :appropriate and eloquent sermons un WATCHES I

Sunday morning a little daughter i These 13: professors, under the system hull feast among the Hindoos, when I the resurrection of Christ. Rector i

was added to the family circle of Mr. of peonage to which they are reduced is the fashion to send simple or unwary !''Harrison, of Grace Church preach:
and Mrs. G. H. Harrison have fit i
and Mrs. Sim hummus in this city. are forced to impart instructionfor I ;probably the best sermon that he has
gone to Atlanta and Gri2n, Ga., to five of the people on empty errands. The
hours on days
J I ever delivered in Ocala and RIH..
dtl Mr Morris Smith; came down Saturday I tives.Miss spend. a couple of weeks with rela I WE't'k.: holidays excepted to 91 stu- coincidence is reinforced by the fact ,V. Atkisson of the Methodist church, ,, FOR

; night from Jasper! to spend the :,dents. This imposes on the the that the Hindoo festival in questionon delivered two of his strongest M-r-

Eastertide with his father Dr. D. M. ;enormous" burden of C 1-3 students 'mons Sunday. !
ends .
; March :31.I
Huggins, of Reddick, Rus-
Smith. 'ach-and one of the students a ,: The decorations of the Episcopal
who spent Easter in Ocala the guest I suggestion is that as the old
sian. Probably: he is the one whichis church were particularly lovely. Theexquisite !
Mr. Harry Walters has gone to lot Mrs. E. P. Thagard returned home divided into fractions of onethird.Of year began with March 25, April 1, Easter lilies, white carnations j i w INFI

Tampa where he will take charge of I[ Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. these 91 students, 32 are residents was its octave, and the termination of and asparagus ferns were used iI

one of the Anti-Monopoly drag storesin I -- of Gainesville and Alachua is celebrations. I around the chancel and the effect was I

that city. I Allan Rodgers and little daughter county, where the university is situ A third derives the practice of most artistic.

: of Inverness, were among the visitors ated. One of the students is from j"hunting the gwak," as they say in I i Rev. W. H. Dodge, at the Presbyterian -

Mr John Knight has accepted the in Ocala Tuesday coming in on Alabama, one from Georgia and one Scotland from the sending to and fro church Rev. C. C. Carroll, at

position at the Ocala postolfice made jthe morning train and returning in the from Russia. Deduct these 3 and jof Christ between Herod, Pilate and I the Baptist church and Father I).

vacant by the resignation of Miss j afternoon. but SS students from Florida are inattendance. I iCiapas. I Bottolascio, at the Caholic, preached -

Maude Moser. Deduct the 32 from I The French who make more of the | splendid sermons to large congregations. THE JEWELER.

Mr. F. M. Long, of Holder came up Alachua county and it shows but 5C day than any other nation, have a .
Dr and Mrs. Jas. M. Dell of Gainesville students in the whole state of Florida of .+44444444444444444444444.
j I Tuesday to see his mother-in-law I more satisfactory way accounting j After the morning service at the

spent Easter in Ocala the guestsof i!ltr:::. R, C. Bart, who is critically ill from outside the county where the 'for the poissons d'A Hil." It was in Presbyterian church Rl'W.. II. .

Mrs. Dell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ''at her home in this city. Mrs. Long university is located. ''April 1814 that the style was changed f I Dodge was unanimously extended a ---

C. A. Liddon. I is with her mother as is also her son, To secure this enormous number of and April became the fourth month :'call to the church. At first Dr. I A Magnificent Rain

Conductor Walter Burt, of Jackson- .students to the university the en-lof the year, and the waggish peopleof Dodge was only temporarily called to I broken
Messrs. E. B. Duncan W. J. Bryne, ville. trance requirements were lowered the period took delight in humbugging I fill the pulpit of this church. His The long drought was Monday

C O Fox and! W. J. Knight returned from the 12th to the 11th grade and I their acquaintances by sending congregation are so delighted with much to the gratification of our

home Monday morning from their Mr. J. S. Weathers one of the oldest to still further augment the number :them packages which apparently con- ;'him that they hav called: him permanently people generally and our farmers andtruckers

rbb' rip to Homosassa. and most prominent planters in and give the overworked professors !tained New Year's gifts, such as under and he has accepted the call. especially H began raining

the Cotton Plant neighborhood, was plenty to do the university teachesthe the system that had just passed |This will be good! news not only to about tbrt..tlJrty o'clock in tbe.
JJJ Mr. J. M. Kr..;.: '. T prosperous- of high morning and ('ontinut'raining gen*
11th a junior 1
transacting business in Ocala Tues grade out of vogue would have --n inter- I the Presbyterians but to the i er .
pentine operau.: lIt Crystal River, was walls thus throwingits I / nt any all day. It was just such a
.J. day. He is a brother of Mr. B. A.Weathers school within its changed. i jciizens of Ocala aa Dr. nod?( K!
In Ocala Monday r.ud said that he scholars of the 11th rain as was needed l. one that was InvKtdifately
the manager of the II. B. doors open to The "April fish, acc".iing to cftain his fami1-- Lave won many wanted the Ocala Banner q T'icit him at. ,orbed by the earth. It
Masters' store. grade of junior high schools. ?- Gaelic -writers, came out ofzodiac : ; :friends tu re.i .
for the next fifty-two we .. .& This arrangement has produced the but inasmuch: as "pieces' is I ----- was worth thousands and thousands

--- gratifying result of C 1-:; students the sign of February, and nr for of ilc'lar< to the people of this state.
jr1'aunce: McCully. formerly with I i Th2 Value of Advertisi .
:3.j ,
!' aid that at the ftj.kge; each for the 15; professors and also this will nl> we e t orange:; groves andget
is a girl i..e Ocala Ice & Fuel company, was I April, explanation jiardly j From sonic cause or an be- .. .
of .u.!.lnal Arts built a beautiful in Ocala Tuesday. He had been downto in providing Gainesville with an ele- Ihold.I .newspapers of Butte, Mon".na. <., "- ; 'M. ft a** nd gard ns begin
Router "dream," the material of which high school at the expense of wing <> tit hi thousand of 1)loeIrrtti'
Wf' ale to the six-acre gant ;
rs see orange I ied publication and the nu-rcna its if beLete
only $1.05.; Will not the legislature the state-pity that her citizens are : i /iu something we -
cost grove which he owns at that AN QCALA GIF._ WINS. that city, especially those earn g
increase the capacity of that institution so blind to their opportunitythat they ihalf ua .ntedrt.nted in the history of
place. He said he had not seen it in page and page advertisements.'claim the .
by providing accommodations two years and that it was in much do not more liberally patronize it. Miss Lillian Thagard Comes Out that their sales fell off more .
all smiles notwithstanding
fi>r IMMiito grls?Houston Post.: finer bape than he to find The expense of the university istrivial Ahead in the Jacksonville and ww Monday
expected with the splendid I. Metrop :than fifty her cent som- actually ifc* decided! fall in the
iL as compared olis' Contest. : closed their doors. Not only did! the .
enumerated.The (Mcptratiire.Not
\ man dow n't know any more about results above trade of these particular merchantsfall
I receives this year: .
the the lines in the hand than toKnow Mr. C. B. Strickland who conductsa institution The great three thousand dollar off but the trade of the entire -- -

K how much lard goes; into pie twenty-acre truck farm two miles From the United States $29,500.00 contest which has been conductedby ;city and the business nun got to- Fires and oicmiatB were In evident
of Fla. 55,000.00S4,5C0.04
but he girl to let of' From the state !by Jacksonville Metropolis for the Nether to reestablish tht.onewfpaptr ..
'fU..I. can get a west Ocala, was in the city Tuesday quickly I '" Mi>nda\ and blankets bad to

I.:'hlm, hold her hand any time while ne and was feeling quite revived on past several months, came to a closeat :: -now called in tha' l'ity: .
h Total . .$ Inr 'urr tend' to know all about it.-Atchi- account of Monday's splendid rain. He ten clock Saturday night and the "trade builders"
it will be seen that each one -
t't1O't'il.h'. tube.t will begin the shipment of beans in ,final count was made about midnight. --- ------ -------- ---
I of the 91 students costs the sum of I Miss Lillian Thagard, of this city,
two or three days and is pleased with
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This explanationis
Bill Dro"n"a3 in from the Ever the market quotations and especiallythe more than $939.00. !heads the list of contestants with the 1

clmdcs this week bringing in several high potato quotations which are necessary to enable our readers to ;'tremendous vote of 340,000, therein

lv hundred 'gator hides. He says the now eight to ten dollars per crate. properly comprehend the\/bo terrible have 'i winning the capital prize offered by I Io
strain on the professors Accouiits
Indians in his section have not heard this enterprising newspaper. This en- tiio
them in charge. It is not the number
titles Miss Thagard to two trips to
of the stealing of the bones of Tom Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Souter of
but their immense
I Tiger yet and that there is no trouble Sparr. were visitors to Ocala Tuesday of students is where, the strain comes ,any of the following cities, New York :
'with the Seminoles in his seetion.r .- I Jamestown. New Orleans and Ia- i
and Mrs. Souter had the misfortune
!(r Fort Myers Press. !Ito drop her pocket book somewhere in.You see. each professor has C 1-3 van and also allows her the privilege We are constantly adding new ac- \

' I of inviting a chaperon or companion

i The Yarit'tsto has on exhibi- between Commercial the Rheinauer bank. It store containedtweDthoJ'ee and the round students numbers.: each $939.00 student: is multiply worth,this in i to accompany her on the trip. Miss : I counts and our business is increasing at io I

I of its show windows a Thagard has not yet decided when .
t Mou in one
dollars and cents. I
some that each
II f t;:!7r> adding: machine which it has recently She discovered her loss immediately professor by 6 1.3 and has it$5.947.00 is evident worth of raw I she will make her trip but it will | a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also jI

I At is has no bookkeepers ,probabily be within the next four
purchased. and went back to look for her purse his bands Oh its fear-
material on
, ( and its sales are becoming so I but was unable to find it. See re- i weeks. I might be glad to join us. *-: & :
I Miss Thagard is the oldest daughterof I
, f enormous an adding machine has become ward offered in another column. ful.It
here in Hamilton coun '
,I imperative. Mr. :M. Frank, the is not so Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Thagard, of : :
I that ty. Here the total expenditure per ;tbs city and is a charming and at- :
wnior member of the firm says ;
Master George Reddick. of Marion student is only a fraction above $5.50.
taut Saturday was one of the bet: county, who is a candidate for page The enrollment of pupils in this county |tractive young woman and her Ocalafriends

f'I days in its history. in the house of representatives for for the past year numbers 2542- vote are that very she proud received.of the flattering i COMMERCIAL\ BANK {
----- the coming session, spent Friday and See report of Supt. of Pub. Instruction : ,
The contest was a friendly one from
k \ deed has just been placed on record I Saturday in Jacksonville. He has 66. The expenditure of I .
conveying 25.; !"i*<> acres of land 10- page I start to finish and was a very interesting : OCJ'lA
1 for rt.0.
gone on to where he will public school funds in this county :
I' I one and Miss Thagard reiceived .
catfd in DS.ttu county, west of the i
conduct his campaign among the the same period was $14.192.C3: -see .
L\ Peat "' Hr, nut far from Gardner. members of the house. He is a bright page "7. Now then i' more than 8,000 votes more : :<**4449444444444444444444444444 444444*.44444444444>
same report I than of the other contestants.
The sellers T. E. Bridges & Co.
j young man and his many friends hope of pupils enrolled.
2j42.:: the number
!1 Ocala feels! proud of her representative
and the Cnnsnlidated Land Co.. tht"bU'tI"
that he will be successful and of
secure into $14.I9'.C3. the amount '
*. Walter, Graham, F. J. Knight I the offict'TimesL" goes expended on them a little an-1 MS:: Thagard is receivingthe ':-1 _, ''' .;. -.r"l--1

and R M. ,o-lham. The consideration money five and one-half times showing !j hearty congratulations of her "1

w:'*. $s''t'i.. >, This i is considered W. P. Williamson one of the over friends. r *" ?
only a fraction above $5.50 II .____ __ > 'f I'I'.l FURNITURE I!
Me ,>: iV\ !'n. s'! holies of timber in '. most prominent settlers of the hakeKeer eaoh student in this county. as I Ii .. I.... .

the "MUIIU -- County News. section was a visitor to our saneI each student i Another Florida Colony. .- .- -
against $939.00 expended on !I
-- turn Monday morning. In order to
I .
in the university.And !! One of the !" .l
Mr. X.;" '-io- \\'dJacof! Bralh'ntown.a. reach here at an early hour he startled The home pro- .
I our students are transfers' to he recorded IP ',;
.. M of (k aa. and who from his home before the rain and of them are from Russia. ae meth; & Roberts
t duct-none !county for some time was ma1- 't, *
f 1m .H n (;Jin vuoi-ssful in his new was totally unnrepared for it and for little more: In ;
But let u;: figure a week wh Mr. A. A. Geitgay closeda
t 4 o.iii; a -i!l.y at one of there Alaia the sudden change in the temperature employed
this county 71 teachers are deal for the Price land in this and .. ., ... ...
. n '* ..i..1 I hi> '..civ abided with him and : and he says that before reaching here instruction to 2542: students. -
. ( to impart Duval counties. There is something
i I. -.i. I.t ,'d l in drawing one with a be never felt so near frozen in his life. 71. This
. See same report, page 9,000 of this land located
over acres
.? -. ioU !si I In returning to his ,The change in the weather was certainly to the teacher. :
I .gives nearly 36 in Gaker county lying around Mac- ceia Furniture Co.
ui.,' at Bra It 1110\\11 he stopped over sudden. costing
f students
Now, these Cfi::: !jclenny! and Glen E. Mary and in Du-
In Olllitl a" "!",nt Easter: with rel"Mr worth in the way of
( $5.50 each are I val there is 300 ortOO acres. The
att.t-! I and HJt'n.\\'. Messrs. E. P. Thagard R. S. Hall. obligation only $HiS for the
financial sum paid by :Mr. Geitgay for this entire -
-- -- L. J. Knight J. W. Crosby M. J.Roess whereas. the 6 1.3 students I -- -
whole push
tract was $ 7.000. He also pur-
Robeu Kaiser proprietor of : and Mr. Jackson are back from university
each of the professors ji
to l chased in Glen St. Mary as
t II' Hotvl tie Kaiser, in this city, but their trip to Alma, Georgia where $ ,947,00. property
: Ph. D., represents ;
; follows From Howard J. Weeks. '
who i" temporarily residing at Has- they went to attend the lot drawingand the professorand : ; When in need of
It is a terrible strain on :!blocks! 22 and 23; from William A. anything
hugs. was in to see us Monday. lIe see that they wete treated fairly: the of
( it bears a little on pocket Moates. block 46 and 47; from Mrs. i
,, fay a that the potato growers in the in this scheme. All of the Ocala delegation children only
the tax payer on"hose I 3 4 9. 10 i in line
vh'udtof Hastings have been terrible Annie M. Legg, lots 1, 2, our
received vacant with the while these university -
r $5.30; is expended on I11 and also
and 12, in block 29, some .
ufferers from the long contin- exception of :Mr. Jackson whose lot
[ students $939.00 is expendedand
lands from G. L. Taber, whichat
M* d drought and the rain came none contained a couple of houses. The of them a Russian. i get our prices : ;
,- one de
this time we could not get a
too Riun. Fully one-half of the crop ten thousand dollar brick building was But that the university professors,
bas IHtut shortHastings is the '.won by a Georgia woman. These ; under'this I
able to stand up
;Ph. D.. are It is stated on good authority that
luMf.t. potato shipping point in Florida gentlemen were all very well pleased accounted '
'' burden can be
and erhaps In the whole south. with the outlook for Alma and do not '!for in mighty two ways: people Mr. Geitgay from Ohio will brong his old a home colony, and of'lOUR MOTTO IS TO PLE0SE( !

>lr. hailer returned to Hastingsr'
seem: to regret tbeir investments in First-the number of university pupils
locate them on this newly acquiredproperty.Mcclenny
Tueday. real estate in that city. .
mention is the enrolled nunv
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t111ttit Special cor. Ocala Banner. The sad news of the death of Dr. ;!i i Lake Jackson Empties Itself Into Subterranean -, In describing the recent remarkable

!' Easter services were held at the M. |j. S. Lewis was received: in this city ;:!: Body. haul of Spanish mackerel off

E. church here both morning and evening Wednesday afternoon. He died at !I I Palm Beach the Palm Beach News

by Rev. Curdefield. The church It is not often that the quiet state'
|his home, "Loch Lynn, near Fleming. : says: NEW

was beautifully decorated with evergreens -I ton, Tuesday morning. j'i i:capital of Florida has a real sensation I ;"The facts are that early Sunday I

vines and flowers beautifully ( Dr. Lewis was born in St.Mathews',; but one came during the past ,morning several of the fishing crews I

arranged by the skilfull hands of I,Parish, S. C., seventysevenears'1' week, and the people will have suf.! that were on watch on the ocean I

Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Holstead and '!ago. He came to Florida in the early i iJ50's i ficient excitement to live upon until ;j jo looips asuauitut! UB paatjou gareaq'II DEPARTMENTSTORE
others. The services were largely at- Spanish mackerel apparently mi-
and settled near where he died. something more serious happens. I
> tended and enjoyed by all. ,; grating from the warm waters around i

i' The rain Monday morning 'was a ;,He married Miss Mary Owens, a' Lake Jackson has run dry. I,Miami and passing this point on their I'

blessing to all as everything was very daughter of the lte Colonel Samuel I Lake Jackson is located six miles to I way northward. Boats were manned \

dry and needed rain very much. Owens, one of our largest and most the north of the capital and covers !and run out, and the first boat to get I a
Monday afternoon was set for an'! !! I both
prominent planters. an area of five thousand acr s. Fort its net aroun-1 the school brought j I
Easter egg hunt and lunch at the With the exception of the civil war : i ends to and hauled the net and its'': "

Methodist parsonage, but on accountof I peirod Dr. Lewis lived all his life on I[some time it has been noticeable that I catch upon the shore just northof I You can come to Ocala now and do all

i the rain it was postponed until :his farm and for many years conducted ,,the waters of the lake were lowering, The Breakers. The haul amounted tot I

Tuesday, when a large party com very large planting operations. :but this was attributed to the unusually exactly IG.O!* pounds. This scared trading with us. You won't have to

,,'II' .l.llSS posed of the school children and the 1 He enlisted early in the Confederate dry weather which has prevailed }the fish so that the school scattered :! your

older ones also, gathered the parsonage in l.Sttl as a private in Capt. I: second net only what
army I during the winter. 'some, and the hrouhll j run all around town to get you want/ :
to enjoy games and hunt {Wade Kichelberger's company and ;ji in 1,511 pounds, while the third net's"catch ..

the one hundred and six eggs that i was attached to the 7th regiment and I! Last week, says a Tallahassee cor : was 1, 3i:: pounds. These fish II I We sell anything need. Come ,

h"llt' had been hidden. The eggs; were all j served in the army in Tennessee. He:respondent of the Savannah News, 'were all caught by fishermen in they I can you you

I :Oil III found and were beautifully colored,i was appointed assistant of fish house, and We
surgeon 'the waters began running out so rapid. :employ of Semple's to see us and our new store. want you
everyone enjoying the sport. About 5 (the regiment and served in that capacity ly that the entire town and the weights are just as taken from the |

, II o'clock lunch was served: which wasgreatly to the end of the struggle. I II countryside books of that company. i to visit the 5 and 10 Cent Store in
II. "sill enjoyed by all. At sunset all I He made a splendid soldier! and was turned out to witness: the unusual ;;!' "The East Coast Fish Company also ;

ll.ll I left and thanked Rev. and Mrs. Cur exceedingly i popular with his men. It sight. Vehicles of every description had boats out, and during Sunday and':' connection. M. FISHEL.
defield for their nice entertainment i said that he would walk in mud were engaged and roads were filled' the1'
I. "! ; : his! up Monday, the two days that it took
sum and trust it will not be long until all ;to his knees in all kinds of weatherin with them, reminding one of a political ,,immense school of mackerel to pass ...

1111 Hill meet and enjoy themselves! as well [ order to let some sick or disabled barbecue in Georgia. There was'no this point this company received [ -

"out IIIto again. 'isoldier" ride his horse. At other times doubt about it. The lake had1'from their boats something over 12.- [ .......................... ..........................
al! The town council held its regular his )horse would be almost:: hidden by emptied itself through a small hole in
I'OO The Semple
I[' pounds. ) company
hriy ali session Tuesday night and the business (the heavy load of guns and other ac- the ground to a subterranean body of |Monday received from their first net ( : OCALA'S BIG MAIL ORDER HOUSE. :
. attended to. countermenls water, and the mystery of it is not ,
mi of the town was belonging to soldiers ;.512 pounds, from the second net 5.2S7i: .

ll.-rli Mr. J. A. Freeman and family and i who had become prostrated from fa- jet explained. 1 pounds, and from the third 4.7o:! ;j : :

I lotlice Judge Hopkins and wife enjoyed aparty tigue. Fish and tarrapin were gathered by l!;:pounds, making the total two days, .
of Mr. and Mrs. It is said that life the car load, and camp fires were *
at the home camp shows the ;: :I
aiVs receipts for the Semple company UK.-j i
iuu ;' Joseph Wilson Wednesday night. I better side of one's nature and it built and on the bed of the lake an 447 pounds. Afew independent fishermen j I G. D. HOG AN

.anuuttatw6 Mr. G. D. Washburn. who bad an showed Dr. Lewis to be a big-hearted, impromptu fish fry was held. It has !1. also caught quite a few, go it can ; 1 t
at the Ocala hospital kindly, sympathetic and been a seven days' wonder. Hundreds'i I
t operation performed j benevolent i be safely said that the total catch :
of tilt i is improving rapidly we are I man, and his death will be greatly visited the place every day, which is ,amounted to 45,000' pounds all ofj 1 :

red, I it glad to state. We hope to see him |.moaned by those who knew him hest. surpassingly beautiful in its surround ,!:which were packed in ice and shipped i : Having purchased the saloon property formerly : ,
of Oaks." He was a daring soldier also. It is ings. I ITbe ,
!vitarow ; back soon in the "City to northern markets and it took ; McGrath
i made t
I IbUilt' Mr. James Freeman and Mrs. Drig- told of him that on one occasion when'the opening through which the wa'i.some; hard and lively work to operated byV.. many improvements ;,

( gers and Miss Lovie Gaskins and sister emergency was great, that he ter disappeared is not more than two.;them up and get them ready. barrel, on same, I am now prepared to handle + +

, may Lillie, and brother, Odions Gaskin rode his horse at full speed on a 'feet in diameter, the walls of the aperture "This is the largest catch of fish I mail orders with the greatest facility. The large variety i 1
Saturday'with plank walk less than two feet wide : being of a flinty substance. ,
and spent :
ht vial, were over which I ,
I made here this season, was of brands of Wines
with II if Mr. J. A. Freeman and family.Mr. over a railroad bridge across the i|There is a theory that the recent !good for the fishermen, whose luck I! Whiskies Beers Etc., now _i

'II ab J. A. Freeman and son, Roy, Tennessee river near Louden, Tenn. ;(earthquakes offer a possible solution ,,j bas been none of the best for most can i.d enables me to fill the order of everyone on ss "

form. went to the "Brick City" on business Those who witnessed it said it was a of the phenomenon, but this is scout-j!sf the past lear" I : short notice. The premises are now fitted up especial t 'i
rj" thrilling and perilious ed by the older residents. i i
K and Wednesday.Mr. performance. for this lass of the business and : i
O. M. Gale is having a well Besides his wife Dr. Lewis leaves In Alachua county there is a smaller' I :; ly your orders will ,
andfriend( put down on his place by Mr. J. A. three children, Miss Lynn Lewis, Mr. 'lake of the dissapearing kind, and ill! I Largest Turpentine World. Plant in the be filled the came day they are received and shipped : -

Freeman and has reached water. We,Stewart Lewis of Tallahassee, and is said that many years ago Lake ) The proposed plant of the Productive I';;. on the first train In your next order include s

'r. unt are glad of this and hope that it will Mrs. John B. Floyd, of St. Augustine. Jackson did the same stunt. I [ Turpentine Co.. which will be! '. j '
His remains were laid to rest : At this time, so runs the theory, .
,.ugcmIowing be a good stream and never go dry.A yesterday al i located at Elizabothtown. l.a.. then : XXXX
J card party was enjoyed at the under the pines of the Mill shingle was marked and thrown into'' f f Hogan's Rye i
wood Jew Industrial Lumber Co:'s site, itj j
home of Mr. and Mrs. Bradler on Fri cemetery. the vortex and some months later was !; :
such ti r '!s claimed will be: the largest turpen- :
week. picked and identified in the GUlfl ; t The Best Goods on the Market
..l arm day night of last up ime distilling; plant in the world. The : i
There was also a party at the home VEGETABLES DAMAGED indicating that the underground .
tag fur in business
will on
Company j
t.:' of Mr. and Mrs. Polly in honor of ? stream which caught the waters of|i I j jY
-il lint
extensive scale, operating on i
a very : G. D. HOGAN
their son, Robert. A large crowd were Mr. R. L. Park one of the attacehsof the lake when the bottom fell out has'\ I
1utWn I and will and ,
5.000 acres own operate !
this office, who lives I' ,
< in attendance and games were indulged Anthony :an outlet into the Gulf of Mexico. :
('DullQuit and establish roads .11
I ts own cars tram
and drives in .
in until a late hour, when delicious I every morning, reports .'or the material from Ocala
conveying raw Florida. ;
,GatN, t strawberry and pineapple cream and i it the vegetables, especially watermelons Another Swing of the Pendulum. ] f ,
as I he; pine forests to toP distilleries. I :
considerably damaged by the
it cake was served. i II business additional stillls
toll l expands 1
All departed for their home at 12 Wednesday morning and Col. "It is only necessary to create widespread -''

imalihtri I I I o'clock and reported a delightfultime. Sarasota W. X. Camp Wednesday received stating a telegram that nearly from distrust in order *to *destroy* the (jcountry's j:>o e the installed.central Experts plant at in Elizabeth the mattE may I!i' :f Oldest Whiskey House in Central I F'orid1.1-l' \ ';

prosperity. They; f turpentine and its products will' :
l I all the potato vines in that section (} ; ;
mi plc : I had been killed. railroads are being assailed on all i it)e engaged by the new company i' ..N.N..1.N.N....N......NN.N.NNNNN..N I
ihf y.ff. J GRAHAMVILLE AND CONNOR. sides; rates are being reduced, while!'l which to make the largest ,
propos-es investment
,:'tlr. J. W. Nance, living in the vicinity advancLed.
. I Irtiert hanu ----- I wages and material are biug !i ever known to the trade)| r4 ,
Special cor. Ocala Banner: I of Anthony, was in the city Wed *. ae president's assaults otijr The prmie movers in the organiza- i| t
nesday. lie is himself trucker and
i Come, turn with me from the busy !i that little is the Standard Oil company, on thejj:ion of the new company are Col.! Sam !i .1
says damagewas
very any {
:is iitli'l streets of the city to a few little villages packing houses on the railways and ]Park of Beaumont, Tex., and Mr. i
done, and that the beans
S. : ) on the banks of the Ocklawaha.Turn and watermelons show, cantaloupes other corporations and industries by1 I!Newton R. Wilson of Monterey, Mex, |

ri tia with me for a few minutes to veryslight state I legislation by acts of ('ongress"lacts !!president and vice president of the I Y f
is '
IMT-I '- the Grahamville and Connor country.. any damage. of cabinet officers and presidential i Industrial Lumber company, one of the I
Other truckers the '
say same thing
It''t'r Winter has departed; spring is messages could) have but one ef'1!| lumber manufacturig concernsin
) largest
It will perhaps take several days to I
i il4n>tt' here, and the surroundings look love- decide whether feet in the end, anti that is to create)Ii IiwlllespI'l'ad >[ tbt country.-Savannah Naval)
or not any damage has .
distrust of American ,
f the i ly. been done. I :Stores Re\iew.
rt'vt'a"! Our faces are adorned with smiles j : method"Leslie's>'::> Weekly. i j'
Mr. W. I Jeyett. of the U. S. weather
tifaiuaili.scovt that won't come off! on account of the]I The reclamation! by drainage of the I Watson's Jeffersonian Magazine for

'recent rain. I bureau department, reports that marsh and overflowed lands in Ihu. .April contains a full page picture of MOUNTAIN mi
the thermometer fell to 2S
airing The farmers will now get busy as United States would add an immense hut only remained that low for
.teal IIIIt the drougth is broken. ]i!'short while. a very acreage to the cultivable area. It isij!:article about draining the E\erglades t

w hit To show our appreciation of what !i I ___ estimated that Louisiana alone has a ,
For Nature't
d,I ill'r.r the Hart line of boats has done for:I: Marion Sunday School Association reclaimed area sufficient to support Nature's Own Remedy II Diseases I

,hro us this season, we should take at (I Holds III.OIHI.WI' ') population. All along;. I 1
| Interesting Meeting at WHI .
tI.1 least one round trip, (Ito Palatka and the coast from Virginia to Texas'j J r
C' I liston. T THREE R[[ ms HAD D A sure, safe, lasting cure for Constipation. Biliousness: Dyspepsia Rheumatism
before the boats taken is extremely fertile and Produc- .
Tlwn return), are The fifth Sunday schoon contention' an Kidney troubles Indigestion, etc It il purely vegetable, positively I
...Lela.I off the run. !of the Marion Association convened in the strip of vast aggregate extent under contains formation neither(free)alcohol!if you suffer mercury from nor calomel Write for valuable medical disorders.In.
of the above named
.1 I.. rI t tt In two Ocklawaha queens, the Hia- i' the Baptist church at Willistoa Marche: shallow water. The small por j any symptoms

t:. 1'..h. watt.a and the OKahumpkee, will soon :;O and :n. ReS.. W. Sheffield tions here and there which have teen ; [ECZEMA[ Of HEAD[ Six Month's Treatment 1 00 Cure Guaranteedor I
III.' I.hkh be taken off for this season. preached the introductory sermon Saturday brought under cultivation produce hi i Money Kefunded .rte'
Every time we chance to see Mr. a'bundance. The drainage of the ]
s.tI at 11 in. The usual business
a. Also
I sold director
at all dealers t
what Clark and his launch, the Josephine, 'of the association was carried out in southern swamps and marches means | in 25c and 50c. packages.

login together our imagination leads us to)the afternoon. Rev. J. L. Prisoc much improvement of the health of One Mother's Trials Little Ones I MOUNTAIN HERB CO., Knoxville. Tenn. ,::

awut ..I1t believtthat he is the happiest man !preached a'ery able sermon Saturday :the people as well as the creation of j Treated at Dispensary; for Three >:

1111. ht i. in Marion. I evening to a [large audience Sun 'new wealth. Canals and drains A\iz\\ i

,I \". Why it is we cannot tell? day morning at 9 o'clock Prof. Irvine through the submerged area would 1 j Months Did Not Seem to Im- i For bate

I". 1 h.1 Why we enterprising ( ?) Floridians in the absence of Dr. S. II. mitch, give rise to various useful results. j prove Suffered Five Months. | Tydings & Co., Ocala, Fla! Llj Fla.
.nil-Monopoly Drug Store. Ocala,
near the rolling Ocklawaha haven'tenough opened the question box on the quar- ,earth taken up would be material for I _,_ 'I

ft'cl't'ationism about us to I jterly review lessons, which was very !roads. Two hundred and fifty dredge I ALL WERE PERFECTLY -

1 have the Silver Springs run and the instructive and edifying At. 11 a. m., boats and ;500 road graders at work t

Ocklawaha river full of these Josephine :] Rev. L. D. Geiger representing the :continually in coasal Louisiana would I CURED BY_UTICURA i"My j .- .-_ .; .. }t!_ ',.: ; ,,: ::_ '_ __ _'. : .. .-.: _-:-__ :,.

salIIp'm.. type of boats? home board, preached an eloquent ser increase: the population of the state I "
( children
We are at loss to know at which mon on Home Missions: followed ba. .; 1.000,000 a year until it would be as I three had eczema for f DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY
five months. A little sore would
place we prefer being on the morrow (good collection for that purpose. thickly settled as Holland. pear on the head and seemed very itchy, I
-with Secretary "Cupid." Taft and --- --- after The
Then a few minutes was allowed to''I increasing day day. baby
party at Colon, or in St. Augustine I Rev F. C. Edwards to present his paper Dan Cupid's Primary. had had it about a week when the second I
taking in the. Ponce de Leon jubilee. A rising and promising politician boy took the disease and a fewI
the Southern Witness. After a prepared i, young sores developed, then the third boy
i:.'-. Miss Mamie Depree after a very dinner in, the grounds, the remainder in an adjoining county, recently I took it. For the fist three months I WillOW DALE

I l. successful term, closed the 19
term of the Indian Mound school last at 2 o'clock, and reports of com- his swetheart in the following unique I worm they told, but me they that did the children not seem had to ring-im- ,

Friday. I mittees. Rev. H. C. Martin of Fort :MejCoy. manner: I prove. Then I hoard of the Cuticura : .
'. Miss Carrie Holly, of the Graham-; preached the closing sermon in.. DdyDear 'tlandy-I: hereby announce Remedies, and I thought I would write 1011

yule public school, will bring her the evening.The myself as a candidate for you about my case, and when I got ,

school to a close on the coming Fri your heart and hand and shall use I the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint- '
t' next meeting will be held at ment I bathed the children's heads
day.On ,Fellowship, fifth Sunday in June. all fair and honorable means to secure with warm water and Cuticura Soap land | WHISKEY(
Friday night a week ago a dance I I : the nomination. I know there then applied the Cuticura Oint- ;
indulged in by the people ment. In a few weeks they had im-
,.- was :young JA' Woman Tells How to Relieve Rheumatic are many candidates in the field and proved, and when their heads were well I
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pains.I I hesitat'ed before entering the race. I you could see nothing of the sores. I

Randall. I' have been a very great sufferer but now I am in to stay. My views j should be very glad to let others know |
They made merry with the \"alualMtiml' 'from the dreadful disease, rheumatism .on love and matrimony have been ex- about the great Cuticura Remedies.Mrs. FULL fH. 8J j
Kate Keim, 513 West 29th St.,
at the Randall home by for a number of I have 4
spent years. 'pressed in your hearing and need not j "
New York, N.Y., Nov 1,5,and 7,1906. N '
tripping the light fantastic toe and tried manymedicines but never got be repeated here. You know I favor' PREPAID
Old Sol smiled on quite a few of them much relief from any of them until the gold standard of love-and main- ;; ,
;two when I
years ago bought bottle
a -
before they arrived at their respective I of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I tenance of that standard after mar-j| CUTICURAGROWSHAIR Send us $2.85 and we will ship you in a plain, f

> homes the morning after. ',found relief before I had used all of riage. If you decide to confer the I Removes Dandruff and Soothes case with no marks to show contents, four full .).
r Mrs. William Counts, who has been ;tone bottle but kept on applying it and honor I seek. please fix a date for a.i quirts of WILLOW DALE RYE;:, express: prepaid. ,,'

.,:. quite sick the past month, is much 'soon felt like a different woman. caucus with your mother. I have noj I Itching, Irritated Scalps. Try it and if :yon don't find it all right and the .;

better. I Through my advice many of my objection to her acting as temporary Warm shampoos with Cuticura Soap, best you ever tasted send it back to us at our expense .- ,
Prof. J. W. Lyles and Mr. Douglass friends have tried it and can tell you chairman of the permanent organi- and light dressings with Cuticura, the and your f: ,8S will be promptly refunded.
: purest and sweetest of emollients, stop
t' Smith, of Ocala. passed through :how wonderfully it has worked.-Mrs. ''zation. Should the result of the cau- falling hair, remove that a fair offer? 'i
this section one day recently. They : Sarah E. Cole 140 S. New street. crusts, scales, and Remember we are distillers, so when you buy ,
Kerr. i|Dover Del. Chamberlain's Pain Balm cus prove satisfactory- we can hold i .. ( dandruff, destroy : I from us you save the enormous profits of the deal-
i were enroute to Lake : ,the primaries and select the date and 'f ers and avoid i
t is a liniment The relief from pain hair parasites, all chance of adulteration. You are
,W. Tt. lse we caught on our note book ;which it affords is alone worth many place of the convention. I never be-I t, ; soothe irritated, k sure of getting our whiskey just as it comes from

as visiting the "Brick City" last ,times it cost. It makes rest and .lieved in long campaigns, so if you : .1.,. itching surfaces, few, F our distillery, without being tampered with in anyway ;
11 11I Saturday were: Postmaster:: P. I. Du-" 'sleep possible.: For sale by all druggists :decide to honor me I will ask you toI I J 'ft1" \ stimulate the hair ''V :

l risoe. Kingdom Gore, Granville Holly.. m make the convention day as soon as \ \ follicles scalp skin, loosen supplythe the U you prefer corn whiskey, we will send yon \.4'-4

f. Ray Holley. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Griggs: I the posible. Devotedly yours- / r-' roots with energy uVollquartsof our ALLAN SINCLAIR'S; CORNWHISKEYiorS2.80expressprepakl. l

r. and P. T. Randall. Soon tourist hotels in Flor The young lady's telegram answered :-- t and nourishment 1. You can't 1:
., '" ,and make the I III'a buy a better corn whiskey from anybody else at t
I'i; Miss: Flossie Holly, after an extended ida will be closed but every season is it thus: "Caucus unnecessary. hair a : i any price. }-
grow upon
a trip to her sister at Moss Bluff, returned 1 being lengthened and overcoats in: Nomination unanimous. Come ati I sweet,wholesome, healthy scalp when all I Our guarantee of perfect satisfaction

.,. to Grahamville last Wednes.. April are likely to more and more once and fix date for ratification.I I else fails. For all purposes of the toilet, 1 S :t refunded goes with every shipment we make.or Money You t
bath and
!lengthen the Florida tourist season. ; nursery, Cuticura Soap, run no risk when
Mandy. a deal with
day.Old ;, and Cuticura Ointment are priceless. I you us as the owners ..
Sol is getting so interesting in I ; of our have
I II II Complete External and Internal Treatment for company resources of a million dollars
Exposition that he i is i Every Humor of Infants, Cluwren. W1 and will do
and Adults
the Jamestown j The Jennings boom was ticketed to He-"I conSISt exactly as we say.
: generally take mydinners I getting up earlier each morning tc' appear during the week. Perhaps the the evening served a la carte." Cuticura Ointment aOc' ,) to Heal the SkID and s MACON m.GA THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO -
jin Cuurura Resolvent 50c. (or In tte form of Choco ttco o s. ,
1IJ. view the sights. linflaters i are waiting for additional gas I I She-"One of those night lunch wagons late Coated Pills 25 per vial of 6U) to Purify tile MACON, GA.

A. A, GRAHAM. t:power.-Apalachicola Times. I suppose." Cnem.Blood.Corp Sold.tnrouebout sole: Props.tie f3nFu world.n. Mi:Potter D. Willed Drue& } Owners of Registered DutOlerr Na 29.. Swift Cr. k. G*.
Free. Cutlcurj Boob on skin and bcalp L'loeuaca

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-Mr. Pat Randall the well known ; Mr. Gelimer G. Berkelman, of Inter-! ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCE

funaur citizen was in Ocala Fri gay. ,J[lachen, has been visiting in this city :. -- To An the Vomen Who Suffer

_. I]recently. PI pproaching Marriage of Miss Lucile :

llr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevens of Crys- I Ansley and Mr. Sandford Jewett. \

tal River, were shoppies in Ocala Mrs. W. C. Bull of Brooksville, is !I I i Pe-ru-na! Is Earnestly nmended
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ay. I the"guest of her sister Mrs. George: Mrs. Martha Thornton Ansley an-j!

__' I T. Taylor, for a few days. n,ounce the engagement d her laugh i' -- -- -- -- -
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Harry Rubin went down to Dunn- t,er, Florence Lucile and Mr. John Mir. teo.1'.11 ur-tell!, !11 1 Ur.tT Road, t'l!;rk-'..llr:1.' ': ., \\rit''a :

el loo Friday alteration to spend Saturday Mrs. R. A. Carlton has gone to Jack I "landlord Jewett of this city, their :: '.'I trust that no one will think from this that I want my name in public

.I and Sunday with friends. i sonville to see her son, who is very carriage to take place on the evening for any cause only to let sufferers know where they may find relief from .

.IE i ill with typhoid fever. ,(f April the thirtieth at her home on''! many ailments ;Vii, #
J. E. Charles one of the pfomliuot -! "
Mr. it-.A-ns: : of Oxford, was among I Mr. and Irs. C. n. Carter and Mr. I temington avenue in Thomasville, "I can truly say I have been much benefited by the use of Pernna. I R

the visitors to our city Friday. and Mrs. J. J. McAllister, of Citra, ;(ieorgia. : i 1 feel better than I have for two years. It is the best medicine that I know

I were visitors to Ocala Saturday. !i in This announcement Till be read ;: for pelvic troubles. z

Mr*. ;Hume. of Auburn, Ala., is the I I rith a great deal of interest here owns "I have taken medicine from the doctors and found no relief; but when

fiitwt of her sister, Mrs. G. A. Carmichael I Mr. H. C. Groves came up from i i to the popularity of the young I began taking Peruna I could: see that before I had finished} taking the

at bt'r home on North Pond Tampa yesterday to spend Sunday at ,,: <
rteet.Or :home. ,I>eriod of years beginning as children I --- -----------..,...,..,."..."... --u--_-_-_-_-_-u- -_-_-_-_-_-u--_-_-_-_-_-_-_ ,,.. a
then Miss resided in this city. i ''''' 'i- '
Ansley ;
I, Cold Developed Into Catarrh. I i m .,."J.i:. ) ffJ
]&'or the few she has Y sit-1 "5'M -
past jih
years "
Mr. John T. Lewis, state inspector ,, ;
Veal of Mattel, and i
W. R. O. ( Mr- :N. P. La\vler,475'2: : N. Broadway, ?, .
afternoon for, ,ed frequently in Ocala as the guest of > ,'" 'Lil
left Sunday
J. J. Williams, of Homobassa, of prisoners, : Kas. write "," ,
Mr. Pitisburg, : "r ," !P!
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1 Tallahassee to be present at the open- :liss Violet Harris now Mrs. W. H. 1 { "'1 : .<<, ,; }" . U'lR w
wer among the business "P(>runa. is a sovereign remedy for lY { ., .: ', > ., ., '
ing session of the legislature. ]'owers and she is a universal favorte ,. U "ty" : ?
Ocala on Friday. catarrh Last spring I caught u \\1' ::;:.;; 1tJ />
j I, :Ii i in this city not only with the : co7J which developed into a i''riou"'a.t. ; \' ,t \ ti
people but the older ones as : ut catarrh. I felt weak and sick and : '/::'- ""' Z .
Duncan Campbell of Minneola i Col. Martin Van Ness was in Ocala j i :tif'lzti.; ':: 't,
Mw. Miss Sarah Thrilling, oi'Saturday. lIe is spending a short';t''veil and it is a matter of much pleas- : could neither eat nor sleep\\eil. jtf. ; ,<.
formerly with his daughter at Kendrick. 'I 11I' ire to them to know that she will "A friend who hail been cured of t-a' 4 ft

this city, is here on a visit to her 'while ___ ___ '\ ome to make Ocala her permanent tarrh through: the I Ilome
parents. I' W. Buttriss of this ,iJ! I me to try it and I did so jt on'e. I ex-" ( "' Jl1I! ,r,, :
Mrs. George -
Mr. Jewett is the second son of ,Mr. ppcted help, but nothing like the won- !khi r".,"., c '.t"" ..""
The proprietor of the Arcade makes :city, is visiting her parents. Mr. and ]I.I I. I 4'P'r .} ''f'; ;.m;
V.. L. Jewett, one of our best known derful change for the better I ohst-rved -"""
interesting exhibition of Mrs. Berkelman, at Interlachen, for a I Ii I
a suit i i,itizens.: He has been reared in this : almost as soon a3 I started taking it. %
and tbe things he cooks few weeks.
cooktag I _- j I''ity: and is known and liked by every- I Ibodr. "In three days I felt much brtterand
would tickle the palate a king. I lie is a pharmacist by profes-i Within a week I was well. 1 continued
Viait tbe Arcade. I The members of Grace Episcopal i bottle and within MISS NETTIE E.BOGARDUS
'ion and is connected with the Post- taking; the entire two s
f will be an Eas- I' -
Sunday school given
,office Drug Store. He is a young man weeks I was in fine health. Peruna "-
r four dials of the clock in the ,ter egg hunt Tuesday afternoon on the <: wonderful medicine. "
The a
of irreproachable character and his i Miss Nettie I:. Bogardus, R. F. D.
dome of the new courthouse have Ocala Heights gilf links. !friends will all unite in giving his at-I Catarrh of the Boucls.Mrs. I 21,Westfield, N. Y., writes: l

heed placed in position. Now nobody ractive wife corjial: welcomeo :Maggie Durlun, li):;_ North St., "1 have been suffererfrom
young a i iSL a great
is home to A76'I.CR.
Mr. C. E. at i iI
can powibly be ignorant of the flight ; Little tock, Ark., write :
with his wife. : Ocala. I sick headaches, but am now j
I spend Sunday MRS.GEO.C.WO R5TEll 'a
of tiM The marriage of Mr. Jewett and I I was troubled for live years with a \
Mrs. Herman Benjamin has return- entirely free frcm that trouble. I
I chronic disease. I tried everything: I :
Slice. Fannie Clark and her niece. ed home from Atlanta where she has !air)iliss and Ansley will will be attended be a simple only home by the af- :I heard of, but nothing did me any good. have not> felt so well in ten years <[

thus Pansy Souter went down tc :weeks. I II' he intimate friends. Tte groom will :Some doctors said my trouble was t>.z t" ( as I do now. I would recommend ]'

Lake Weir Friday afternoon to remain catarrh of the bowels, and some said Peruna and Kanalin to all suf
I lave his best man his brother Ir.1 F
Mr. "Eat" Lanier, the well posted as
with consumption.! the bowels. One doctor ferers. I will God
afternoon 'J bless Dr.
until Sunday I' t ,
of this and Miss say
Jewett city,
of Lake county, stopped Stephen ,
politician said he could cure me; I took his medicine ;
Mrs. 7. C. Chambliss. I II Hartman and his wonderful
Mr. and over in Ocala Saturday on his way to )Margaret Ansley of Thomasville, will two months but it did me no good. :'t illl rem

I Tallahassee, where he goes to be present 'be her sister's mai-1-of-honor. "A friend of mine advised me to try -"r"...h". >.,, edies"I .. :J
The last issue of the Punta Gorda '" '" '" ... '" '" I ...,",.".. ------_----------------..,
at the organization of the state Peruna and I did so After I had taken :

HerM contains a picture of its new I'legislature.Reprsntative. Wiss Mary Eskridge AIred to Wed i two bottles I found it was helping me, z'v:. l "-;' Stomach Catarrh.
and handsome edi- ri.ri'N
two story building! Mr. Allen, of Macon.It i and has curedme "
so I continued its Use, it ( ... : t
al!! in Editor Jot 1" 1 : Miss Julia Butler R. R. Appleton
tor. We rejoice I elect George G. Mathews !. will be a matter of great interesto sound and well. 1' ,' t ,
dM's good fortune, but no fortune i:> i 1.. Wartman left Friday All- ': '--- Wis.writes" :
and E. the Ocala friends of Miss May "If anyone wants to know what y.
too gtn
Johnxige seat of government where they will !;iage., which will take place in Jacksonville to me I will answer promptI'y.." $ with catarrh of the stomach, causingloss !
Mr*. and her two attractive I of steep and appetite, with fre-
remain during the session of the leg the eleventh of April. The
\ ; on Pains In the Side. J
of Jackson after
little children II fl quent se\'ere'plins eating.
:islature. groom; is Mr. George Albert Allen of I Mrs Julia Braxton, Apollo, Pa., .,;. :
in Ocala Friday after ,'r advised to Peruna.
IIIarrived I lJI : "My: sister me try
I I )Macon Georgia. He is a native of i writes: ,,1$ }
twtta to visit Mrs. Dodge's parents-in < "took your treatment and my appetite
:. /
& IJzzio Baker, the colored woman Monte-rvallo, Alabama but is nothe I "Peruna has cured" me of heart trouble 'Ir. ,
Pj. returned speedily.
taw. Ilea and Mrs.! W. H. Dodge al
'""1 who was so badly burned at the residence nanager of the Cudahy Packing Co.. and pains in the side. i Y4 tJ" IU/lfit dleShnd.m
i "I pained
the : :;ante on Fort King a\enue. !{ strength
... -- -- of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sex- :it Macon and is a man of splendid : "A year ago I was expected to die at ; t/iII '@. :ff Itld j perfect health.

ton last Monday night by' the explosion I Business qualifications and is thor- any time, and be doctor was; ometimes f "I am so thankful your medicina
*' ),i.. Mauue : r has resigned tel in tbs I II I called at two o'clock in th MnS 0.D.R06It"S "
of a lamp, died at two o'clock nighly well liked and popular morning; J has done me so much good,
pui4iion at t Uca.4 postolUce: am;l : ._
Saurday afternoon in Jacksonville, I borne of his adoption. I Hut I am thankful to say ; at I <", not J
w1tt leave in a day or two for Atlanta J .......... -
not have to send for Cit -
a r now
where she had been taken to her re- I Miss Allred is the second daughter; v>
to Make her home with be* parents.1 latives. )f the late Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Allred, I "Since I have Us--d your IJerurs I Mr.. I'. n. ltoli'tson-13 St. F ix t., BrooHyn, N, Y., writes:

1'Ur' Ocala friends iegrt .-. : dfpar. who were among Ocala's most dis- ; you advised me, I all well and at. to "I have takes Peruna and : di me more good than all my two years'treatment

(lIKe \try much. i.:,. v Miss Elizabeth Davis, tb i anguished and prominent citizens. I do all my house wo k. I by special physic:.Jis. i cad rea'ly say: that! T feel like another

---- '.oungest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.Iw. IShe was born and reared: i in, this city "I have all tin faith in the v.orld in I Ii person. No more swells. fe' i "nd limy .;. No :uor bloating of the

'r, '. E. Charpia a prominent cit | Davis, was the hostess at an Eas- jut after the death of her parentseveral i Peruna as it CUKJ me and I !aow that I abdomen. No more shortness' f'. :ea.L : o : ore sti and sore joints.

teat t.f Crystal IUver.was among theeta I Jacksonville i it will cure others. You have idea has : fc- It certainly has
Iter egg hunt yesterday afternoon. The I years ago went to no what your Lea' lent ;i mt:
t of town people in Ocala on Fri i I "I cannot praise l'er.1 enough for .
.. i!little folks who were her guess great and has been living there since prolonged my life and made :a net. woiaan of ic. .
caller at out what it has done for "
.jr. Mr. 'oorpia'as a me.
!jly enjoyed their hunt in the attrac hat time. A member of an old time kindness doctor and
.t4Ite and his call was much appre an.lcu1turf'd I Stomach Trouble. 0, such a blessing I have received through your ,

rtet..l. He Left his autograph on our I!'live grounds of the Davis residence. ,Dcala familyand herself the a bright announcement I Miss Anna Carsten, Clayton, Ill., ; the assistance of the medicine which you so kindly prescribed. I am ableto t
served and in woman
'Refreshments! ev- young
bnul c for a year's subscription to the I I writes: I work since I began your treatment, but before I was net able to help
that she is soon to be so happily
the afternoon was a veryhappy
u.-k'y Banner. fiery i way I I married will be a matter of great in- I "Your Pernna did me so much good. I II myself; much less work for any one else. All praise is due to Dr. Eartman 9THE
I,I I "I am ft'elinlo; well now aud have :I II and his treatment.
crest in this city. I
: no trnnble with stomach.. I II ..,.,
I mv i __
Mr. Hmr Griner Anthony, repwtUftl 1-- 8 vwv JV w ""' '" '' JWw- "
I Mr. and Mrs. Magruder Forrester, of) I The wedding will take place at ,
I I .
bin section in Ocala Friday'Anthony .
n ---- -- -'-- -- -- ------- -
of the eleventh
o'clock the morning
New York: city, are in Ocala for a on
pi is the center of a large; :few days and are the guests of Mr. Jin the Presbyterian church at the corner I I Ocala Woman's Civic League.' j SOCIAL LIFE IN OCALA. ,evening Miss Dye and Miss Wea":ers

truckisgitwlness and Mr. Griner says of Ocean and Munroe streets. i I entertain in her honor.
;and Mrs. P. V. Leavengood. They I
It Is! fevliag; the effects of the drought !are enroate home from a "islt tc ;[There will be no cards issued. I The City Improvement Society has'': Today marks tba close of the len- i Wednesday evening at the Ocala

appallingly and if 'we have no rail i Miss Bessie Allen a sister of the ; the House Dr. and Mrs D. M. Smith will
!JMr. Forrester's brother, Mr. C. \V been changed to Woman's Civic ,,en season and begins a week of uau-
within the next fortnight toot every be Allred's maid-of- give a large reception and on Friday
will Miss
number of|groom,
I Forrester, at Arcadia. A !League and the members of the same ,mal gaity in Ocala On account of
- thhg will be ruined. | Mr. Forrester resided ir !honor and Mr. J. A. Campbell of Atlanta evening the Elks will give a recep-

(years Ocala ago and was an attache of this pa. will be the groom's best man. I have, been commendably busy this ][Ioly Week it has been very quiet in i tion in their attractive lodge rooms.

Ur. add Mrs. .\. C. Aldrich! of Paris, He has many friends, who are, I!The ushers will be Messrs. H. D. i week. Under tbs personal supervision I:3cala in a social way for the past I I.veek. Mrs. Arthur Hardaker entertainsthe

)I... who have" been spending the win,.I.per.glad to see him again. {J Watts, jr. A. P. :Miekler, A. F. Lat-- of Mrs. II. C. Groves, one of the 1. All churches believe in prayer Young Ladies' Card Club Satur-

tar in different resorts in Florida an imer and Willet Groover. vice-presidents, men have been hired i and fasting and the week between day afternoon at Martel and on Tuesday -

....' to Ocala and will remain here for Immediately after their weddingMr. ]Palm Sunday and Easter day is set afternoon Mrs. Jake Brown and

a week or more after which they wil The Ocala Gas Engine company is: and Mrs. Allen will leave for ,at the expense of the league and have <'.ipart for worship and consequently all! Mrs. C. I... Bitting.-r give a teea for

kmv for their northern home. Mrs., 'moving its plant from the Yonge. :their home in Macon. j been engaged all the week in clean- .parties are abandoned during that Mrs. C. B. Brenntmaii at the home of

AUrkb owns very fine phosphat<.building on Osceola street to the garage ':\ ing up around the public square, but as 1 ime.: the latter find on Wednesday eveningthe
in this and Citrus count. :, shop in the rear of the Ocala has of being
property !fast as these ladies push their work' Ocala the reputation Nine O'clock German Club will
Entertainment at
and us annual visits. [House, where it will be permanently little cities in the
pays \ I 'me of the gayest give their Easter German at Yonge's
i located. These works are kept constantly ,. I Capt. Racket a delightful little !'forward i some of the business houses south. There is always something doing -i hall.

Mr. Henry G. Spooner. wife am I busy and among other things;[:comedy, was rendered by the Dann-around! the square from the sheer : in social circles and in no placen I There will also be quite a numberof

uchfr.. of Sum ton, passed througl II is now building an improved auto. ; don Dramatic Club in that city !force of habit have littered the streets ; the entire country are more beau- other receptions and parties in

Ocala Friday on their way to th?il J. ,mobile, the invention of Mr. W. K. ![Thursday night, March the twenty- ,about as rapidly as these good women 1 iful: delightful and elaborate parties ;Ocala within the nest month the invitations

wmttarr borne in Bo.,ton Mass, Th{ j I Cleveland, of the Everglade Automobile 'eighth.- |'could have the debris carted off and i iI given that: in Ocala. Our people to thorn not yet having been

, '.4 doctor has a beautiful winter homE ;. company, which may lead to on Every character was good and especial i I Saturday several wagon loads of .know how to entertain well and consequently I issued.

r" Mid orange grove on Lake Weir-thprHtUt { of our biggest manufacturing indus credit should be given to Mrs.L. ':paper and other trash almost blockaded imitations to an affair in I IOcala i On Wednesday afternoon, April the

in that section of the coun. 'tries.i M. Kibbler, as Irs. Tohnan," and these thoroughfares. are invariably accepted as it is''tenth. Mrs. Charles! Rheinauer and

try-ami during his absence from th< \A. M. Power. who took the part of j We are requested by the members: ilwajs a foregone conclusion that Mrs. G. S. Scott will give a fete musicale -

Ute be left it in the care of Mr I Will Reside in Ocala. "Obadish Dawson." Both were great. iof the league to call attention to this .hey will have a good time. i at their attractive adjoining
V Jat*. Jo+"lvn, who is an expert man I Mr and Mrs. John H. Brooks, of I II Songs were interspersed between J i matter. Too hands of these ladies I There are several card clubs among ,homes on Fort King avenue

atrrr of orange groves. I Martel, have moved to Ocala and will i the acts one being by little Mamie |should be upheld in the good work ;he: ladies of Ocala and their weekly I Socially, as in every other way

reside here permanently. Mr. Brooksis i Ruth Sanders who sang pleasingly,,, !:,that they are performing and the of- meetings are looked forward to with Ocala heads the list.

"Few Die, None Resign. one of the most splendid citizens "Why Don't You Play With Me"" ,ficers should get busy and see that I II a great deal of pleasure by the mem- \

Other Florida newspapers:: may and tin} this county and his removal to tbis! Mr. Bob Sanders sang "If I Should.' :the ordinances against sweeping trash aers. i Mrs. E. II. Mote baa rpfl1', to
;city is a matter of much pleasure to Of course Bob being of an affectionate strictly observed. Indies' Card Club and ,
do *f*-culate as to who will be in the Ion the streets are I The Young Ocala after a visit at' r I
prtmarie of 190S. but the Bartow RE'- :his Ocala friends.! lIe Las purchased disposition deserves great credit !I We want Ocala to be a cleanly city he: Married Ladies' Card Club have is the guest of her sitter
'the beautiful Finch residence in the for his musical selection. Mr. Coney to take for -ears and ,
curd with authority when it |and we want its citizens been in existence many liam Hocker. Mr. and Mrs Vn *re
rtate speaks that Comptroller Croom, Twasrt ,fourth ward and will beautify and improve sang. Iav, You Give Me" Your Love a pride in making itsuch. During all i ilof interest in them has never waned. now citizen of Ocala ud .l.
: the looks of the place. and I'll Give You Mine. The audi the effortsof winter the society set
week through
r Knott and Commissioner of Asricult the past This young log to this city is a setter .tl! i h
1 .
McLin all of Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks are the parents ence enjoyed this so much that he Mr. T. T. Munroe, president of the i have organized another card club I-.leAlllre. -j jCot.

will t*re candidates, for reelection. 01course. ; of Mrs. W. W. Clyatt of this ,-*as obliged' "to sing as an encore, ;board of trade, too sprinkling wagon I Il known as the "UptoDatoCard Club

"Few die and none resign," city and alto Miss Ernestine Brools'who "nunk r Hill. l was out every day and we were not and it has proven quite enjoyable to I. N. Withers -.:*1' "
attends the Ocala high, schoo1. Music was furnished by L.1.. Kib :annoyed and the praise
the dust hem.
and "thm what's in ain't! gwine to : by [ iron Lake emnty, *** inardajr 'tea l '
The Ocala Banner extenJs them a ,bier, flute: Prof. Smith, cornet; Mr. jof: those behind this movement was Then there is a bridge club among it '
lit out lessen they bato.. -Madi- iteppia veer I I tIke
cordial welcome to Ocala. ,Duran violin; Miss Blanche Hall, pi Ion everybody's lips. the married ladies and morning, afternoon -;
on New Enterprise. seat fit fJIMHow ....1M ,
Let this good work go on. and evening bridge parttea,
The Women's Easter Edition of the I ano.The others who took part in the I The Marion Shoe Company.The I Ii I;whist parties, receptions dances and
Before Judge Bell. play were R. H. Sanders Frank DuI make tbe a Horse Did.
Ocala Banner. I i Marion Shoe Company will be i various other social affairs

The Roberts brothers of Dunnellon, The Women's Easter edition of the rand. L.1.. Kibbler. Will Metcalf. ready for busines in a few days. This !I[winter season very gay and delight --- .
the streets Saturday -I Miss Cora Ross and Mrs. R. H. San Weil & I Over at 10.-11.- Mondav :tf-er
three la number, and Joe Trotter, of Ocala Banner was on new firm of which Mesrs.

naDn lon. were before Judge BellFriday afternoon at four o'clock and ders. All were excellently good and Dixon, two well Known shoe drumme I ful.The Nine O'clock German Club Is 1 1I noon tin frWtckt tt.rab came :a J i tabwkd

charged with assault and bat- !elicited a great many commendations. the audience were very greatly delighted ,Dixon two well known shoe drum- an organization that has been Identified : of th* |*.**agar train and run J

1. try on the person of one C. C. Harden -j it was a superb publication. It con- withithe play. About $GO was, ,mers of his city, are the members, I with the social life of Ocala for the ttatkm to iW'h..lhf j nilll.Cfcen .

k' a special agent of the Atlantic tamed twenty pages; many articles :t realized and this amount will go towards :have fixed up the store formerly occupied ,years and the affairs given by the on by hUaceuU ;

rout Line railway. The trial began 'Ion the various women's organizations I improving the cemetery. I by Mr. Allan Bridges for their I,young men, who constitute the dub >r't bore was standing at j
ofYiday of the churches, household will a cotillions that are delightful ', BH the day before and occupied most !histories place of business. They carry are always :
} morning. Trotter and two of !recipes, Easter stories, reminiscences I Cypress Tract W nted.-Address, splendid and first class stock of goods and thoroughly enjoyable in every for Chester and the aaaiJ. Think
H .Midland a'enuetontclalr, N,. train bad the
the Roberts were acquitted, but in the II and other interesting articles includ- and will have a'ery attractive store. particular. An Easter German is lug that
J. ?-Yt bad for
case of Jim Roberts a verdict of guilty. ind many handsome advertisements Mr. Dempsey Mayo, one of Ocala's now being planned by this club and mall and that the fosdiM-tor started out

was found and the det'ndant'as fined .. of most of the business firms of the :Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Brinson, 01 r I!popular young men, will have chargeof it will be one of the most prominentof gotten to top time, the to Monte bead It off a J J

dollars and costs, of their I He has already the post-lenten affairs. in o-forty
one hundred ,, Oxford, have the sympthy this new store. rE'Ubed KU J
which amounted to J15.CO. The! city.We congratulate the editors and many friends in their loss of their lit.(had some experience in this line of The next few weeks. In Ocala will be especially tbe crossing; .ben be l tn ,

., trouble occurred on board the train: managers upon the success and know tie two-months old daughter. Mrs'j business, having been in the shoe department gay. Tomorrow Mrs. W. T. i Patrick's the wagon Interposal and went to :

1. near Juliette.An that the press of the State will show. Brinson was formerly Miss Wade, o of Messrs. Rhelnauer & Gary entertains for Miss Cu,klng .tafternoon objection. turned our

appeal will be taken. I er upon them many bouquets. this city. ;Brotber's store for several y ars. Ian card party and in the '...-Sumtrnlll* Times



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF1 I''few' words, but they are always full OCALA'S NEW RESIDENCES

',; TRADE. !![of meaning. I I Know About andKnowJ

: Louis C. Massey, of Orlando is one ,I Some of the handsomest residences I II What You

of the ablest lawyers in the state and in Florida can be found in Ocala and i
The regular meeting of the Ocala
Florida never produced a public man ;within the past year there have been ,
it board of trade was held in the council !
who was more conscientious and honest :erected quite a number of splendid'palatial

L rooms Friday afternoon at five in the discharge of his duties. In homes by some of our promi Chewing
o'clock. There were only a few in at WfaaThsreis Yau Are
tendance. Tbe minutes of the spec politics he has always been against nent citizens. j I
} what is generally known as the cor- } Mr. George R. McKean of the Uc-i
ial meeting which was held to con
k corporation crowd, though until recent Kean Lumber Company, has recently !,
, sider of the of
a proposition agents \
years he has taken no active part in completed a beautiful home on Fort'King !

the Seaboard who were beauties preparing and apamphlet politics. He is perfectly devoted to avenue and on the same avenue: real pleasure i .:-: .;!; ** i 1 chewers and pounds of tobacco

describing the his profession and. entered the political :|Mr. Charles S. Cullen has a lovely!j chewed to the population, in those
attractions of the counties of Duval, home. the best tobacco gro'.r/:1--\" re the : ,
arena only at the call of his peopie. new
Marion, Hillsborough and Columbia! How few lawyesr in this day follow Mr. David S. Woodrow is at pres.i'eat I! best tobacco grows in '.he famous States where SCHNAPPS tobacco
for distribution at the Jamestown Ex
his example. It is a pity the building a new borne on Fort first solo than there are in the
read. The of was
position, were president: 'fI Piedmont Country.
avenue between the McKean'and
state did not have more public: men I iKing
. the proposition board of made trade to stated the authors that the of :of the stamp of Louis C. Massey. the Gamsby places and when finjished Only choice: selections! of thiswellm States: where SCHNAPPS has not 'i

Senator Massey was opposed for it will be one of the most beau-j the trade.
the paruphelt had been respectfully cured tt been offered to
the senate two years ago by Judge tiful on this avenue. On the samej t Stu:cd ci.d thuroughly >

'. declined The secretary and so the then matter read was the follow ended. .Butts, of Orlando, but won without ',avenue Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder's I i tobacco is used in making SCHNAPPS is like a cup of fine

much trouble. He occupies the seat handsome residence is nearing com-
: ing petition which is to be presented : It is be'!' Java coffee, sweetened jut enough
I, formerly held by C. A. Carson, of pletion. expected that it will SCHNAPPS. That'swhySCHNAPPS

to To the the city Honorable council: City Council of Kissimmee and at one time by Rich- :j;finished in about a month after which ,. and others cf the Reynold's brands to bring out its natural stimulating
''time .Mr. and Mrs. Holder will be.i
ard P. Marks.-Politician in Pensa-
; the City uf Ocala Gentelmen-We, ; SCHNAPPS pleases all
cola Journal. > (Icome permanent citizens of Ocala. 'I as sho'v/n by the Internal Revenue qualities.
f ..' the undersigned do hereby petition i Mr. Thomas, who is with the' rich
: of chewers: be
Ir". and respectfully require that a permanu.nt |!Camp Phosphate Company is i ija statistics fcr a fiscal year, made ths clashes ,

stand may be established for Meeting of the Rebkahs. Lake II! do not find a chew that '
hackmen and beautiful little home built on wonderful growth of si:: and onec.lUIe they
the various hacks and ,

'f that they be compelled to remain in The Rebekahs held their regular :!!iWeir of the This most avenue popular is fast in the becoming -j quarter million pounds, or a net really: pleases them better at any

:, : same when not engaged in their line meeting at Yonge's hall Thursday city and when the Jacksonville Development -:i gain of one-third cf the entire pric l ; he poor because it is more
It;, T of duty. The use of curbing, sides of night. The following officers were

It streets, careless driving and congregating elected for the ensuing year: the improvements Company on shall their have Lake made Weir]!t increased onsmnot'or.' 't f Civ -zand <: .-. .. >( :ni31:; than the large lOc. or

't of hacks and hackmen: make it Mrs. Will Moore, noble grand; :Mrs. ;
''avenue property it will become still smokir. tobacco U .jl vk'i and they get their mon-
' obnozious to citizens, almost jeoadard- Bene, vice-grand and Mrs Jake Brown, .;) ..i : : .: : "
more popular. II
r: treasurer. Miss Genevieve Smith is :7jftliof there*! Himflavor
ize life and limb especially to ladies Mr. Raymond B. Bullock's new States.Evidently. c\3; snappy -
1 children and furthermore call is secretary, but sickness detainedher
and ,
( :. we ,home on South Third street is progressing i .V* ".. Y so appreciated by to
hrr ,
attention to the fast driving to and at home. : ca :: ? (. 5 w ::>
: nicely and within a month
r the trains also the law !- The officers were installed by Dist- j } : l-i' Al imitation
. from compelling ,or so it will be finished and will be a | the flavor and thcchtcr "-CHJ .l. : S tUvCvJ* \ J lo/ers. cons -
hacks to stand in order at the rict DepotI.. M. Little.
. various stations. All of which we Miss Emma Washburn and Miss most attractive place. I because SCH\\Fr6 cLcTj h.rr. t.;..' .) muc"r. sweetening" thaoSXHV..PPS.
] Two pretty new cottages have late-:
I If' '': most respectfully urge for the consideration Moore were initiated into the lodgeat ily been built in the first ward on )I II more l.1an1:; other c' :* ..,.-* ;/ t ). They are made that ,
e this meeting.
and attention the same I

-;, by the council for the relief ot the After the officers had been installed -!Mr.Sanchez F. W.street Ditto and and are family occupied-and bacco, and every :run : .1..6. ch,.w way to bids ooor tobacco improperly

'\ citizens of Ocala, which we most respectfully and the other business transacted
I':: light refreshments were enjoyed. !Mr.' C. W. Hunter. SCHNAPPS passes the good using cure!.

.,('; pray.WOMAN'S CIVIC LEAGUE. ', i j,'soon Among build the elegant Ocala homes citizens are who the will fol- along=one chewer nuies other For the man who chews tobacco

t ; The board of trade endorsed this : Mr. James Moorehead returned!lowing: Messrs. R. S. Hall. L. W. Du- chev/ers-until the fact is now established for tobacco 'I take, tharc it no chew

petition andbade the ladies Godspeed from Lake Weir Friday. He has :val and Charles Marshall Work on !|
in this matter but in their that there more like ICI tiP *
"o not only been doing some surveying and engineering ;these residences will begin within the! are many

' efforts to improve the condition of at Woodmar Mr. Wood- :next several months. I r

.t our city along all lines. row's new summer resort on the '; Besides the many new homes recently Mint *lr
ie Sold at 50c. pound in Se. Cuto. Jlritetfy "
The matter of offering inducements per
't T '.shores of this beautiful shoe of wa-: built there has been a great

II to the Everglade Automobile Manufacturing ter. He says that while the groves ;ideal of work in the way of improve-I I

1:< : company was taken up.from A ,there are in full bloom they are suf-!iments on the old homes being done I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY 1 In5ton-Salem N. 6. I

great many letters were read fering intensely on account of the and in the matter of beautiful and i

various cities throughout the United protracted drougnt. Most of the|modern residences_ Ocala is right upI I
inducements for this --- --- -- -
States offering groves have been sodded with Bermuda -tIn the front ranks. I

company to locate in their communities grass and as this grass is a 'I CUT IT OUT.

and Mr. J. H. Spencer, of the great absorbent of moisture it makesit I To the Editor Ocala Hann r

I Ocala Gas Engine company represented worse for the orange trees. The:The Graduating Exercises of the! Some party or parties seem fr mi a:' ,

II the Everglade Automobile cry everywhere in the country is for Ocala High School accounts: to be in the habit of haul ; lRJ'4vrA1' ,

Manufacturing company. He said rain. The graduating exercises of the 1 dig the horses that they are so un \4tLuJtL
that his firm was building the first Ocala high school will be held at the I fortunate to l lose, out a mile or two' .
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automobile for the Everglade company Baptist church on Friday evening 1 an the hard road between Ocaia and
11 O' and he believed it would be successful I May the twenty-fourth. i.Anthony, and leaving them not more tpE.I; '
and if it came up to the expectations The northern farmer who could There are ten members of the class 11 than a hundred yards from the road- d w

"I of the inventor it would revolutionize clear $l A00 off each acre of land he this year, viz: Harry Rubin, Dan Cap-14 even in sight. And the odor oh'

lit a the automobile industry possessed in a year would regard him.1!pieman Edwin Spencer, Brantley i'ion't mention it. The writer has bern 1':

' and the demand for the cars of this self as doing very: well indeed. Evena !(Weathers, Misses Lucile Standley, told by several that this i ill aot aa .

I' particular manufacture would be very hundred dollars is i(Minnie Lee Carlisle Jessilu Martin, 1 1I infrequent[ occurrence and we know i. Qi3 ? '
an acre regardedup
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great. He said that the car would be north I Evelyn Liddon Janet Weathers and Ii it to be a fact. that at the pr***>nt ; 4
as a pretty good neat return OD 1
completed in a very short time and art for a years labor. Yet at Sanford six ;Caroline Pasteur. 11 time there is one about two mii-s 9 1 -a' $ A/o2io

thorough test would be made of all hundred crates of celery to the acre I 1 The graduating class, under the di-'(out in sight of the road that U soadoiferous & i *

III that is claimed for it. Mr. Spencer the than rectioa of Prof. J. H. Workman prin-u as to cans* one to aimo,,'
.,,1 I netting grower more $1(11)1)
himself: was very much impressed I cipal of the school, and Miss Sarah 1 lost his intestines while pairing
,. for three months labor, is often pro- I
It t with its qualities especially along duced. While one trucker there says JMcCreary and Prof. Matics, have acjcomplished -)''This is a disgrace to a civilis counry. .

economical lines. A committee con-'his crop this year will make 1.OOr), excellent work in their I: Not only is it an ordeal for <>ne

"t listing of Messrs. R. L. Martin, J. J. crates on which he will clear about !senior year and from now on until they! to: pass this spot but it U llablr to

Il Gerig and Frank Harris was: appointed ;$1.500 to the acre. The Sanford I close of the term they will work more I-

to confer with the inventor and find Chronicle well says that "One acre :diligently than ever. IIi the practice is allow vto be kept up

II' out just what he'wants the city: of of land, irrigated, is all one man i i Dr. W. F. Yocum, who is at the I This road is one of the me..t frv-
lit Ocala do in order the ;head of the of Pedadogy III in
to to secure needs in this country if he understands department Dented the country aad usualh i- .
for the manufacture of these 'in the University of Florida at Gaines
plant [ a. most pleasant one to tral.
, how to cultivate it properly.! :
machines. : rUle, will deliver the baccalaureate Let's look into .
is I this thing aad .w
Celery only one of a number of
''It Mr. W. D. Cam brought up the matt crops which will make the farmer i address on the night of the gradual-i that such a blot is not again allow.,d CHAS BLUM & COMPANY

"I ter of the Carnegie library and af ';ing exercises. to mar our reputation as ODe of t"'l| ,
wealthy in Florida. Strawberries, tobacco p
.t" tomatoes; potatoes. pineapples. !| Dr. Yocum is the father of Mrs. W. cleanest counties in the state. Jacksonville Fla.

d. ious phases the secretary was authorized these and several other crops await !'T. Gary of this city, and be Is one Right here is a good place to suggest ,

to take a canvass of the city and the man who has a little capital or[lof the most prominent and best beloved : a crematory to consume all suee' I

II',It; obtain as many names as possible of .the poor man who has the pluck to I men in the educational circles of,4 l'arcasst'S."te.., and thus t#. &r- 1p f -- -
the tax payers who would be willingto the state and it ia a matter of great air and better health for oar du....
rent a small piece of land from which
be taxed for the support of the the interest that he is to be in Ocala atj! ONE WHO HAS TO PASS. TMK-
Itt profits enable him eventually --
$10,000 library that Mr. Carnegie proposes this time. i iI
to become a landowner. Florida
to give to our city. ] On Sunday morning May the ninejteenth. EASTERTIDE! .
spreads her arms to welcome the agricultural
I It was stated that it is believed that I Rev. George Hendree Harrison I
1 immigrant, and offers him
Ii. the board of county commissioners the popular young rector of I Today is Easter Sunday net a.

.I h would donate a lot for a nominal figure cheap lands. 1 Grace Episcopal church in this city !I many people know Baxter mean. !'

I,t on which to build the library With a climate which allows ofworking I will deliver the baccalaureate sermonthe II III first t of all the coming of light and Marion) Hardware Con
,It out of doors all tb; year round pay
and that if Mr. Carnegie's $10.000; a soil which is perpetually bearingone I before graduating class at tbpj i 1 the going of darknet It means i'>01 )

I" proposition is accepted to maintain ;. i Baptist church. ,1j happiness, a holiday 10'4...., springtime
succeeding another the
I'" tb> library for ten years would only and communication yearround i j Ocala is proud of her public school;1 gladness, the putting aa> of
easy with
I .: require eighty i cents per annnm for the winter and spring markets of the,!whicH has grown to be the best in the!'!1 1'I the old and the putting on of the a*-rr 11K \ I "J l 1F. '.' K" _

I i every one thousand dollars worth of north-what state and the graduating exercises;:I it means comfort confidence, i>>rtc
more could the farmer
", i taxable property. In other words that"tt ask'-Florida TimesUnion.A (tare always interesting and draw a.:ing and wearing of new spring bun

a person with only one thousand dollars 'large crowd. I:nets! and clothing, the fulfillment of a. AuwcfeHi WP-IiJ

.11. ,f.- worth of property would only be -Pointer--for--Ocala. .. I ,promise, the death of old taunts aM rDSSN

required to pay eight dollars for the !the birth on new certainties. I....
Mr. John N. C. Stockton was a re-i More Flowers for Brumby. [ W. aM ....
j it ttateri
1 establishment and maintenance of means so many things and so
I centisitor to Live Oak and after a1; Louis J. Brumby, one of the brightest ,
rr the library for ten years. that if any of us really understood j
1 thorough inspection of that city said young newspaper men in Flor-:, PJ. 1 Ofc ag V. .
Messrs. C. L. Bittinger.. D. Cam them all. life would never scent a ..
1 1j that it ought to have issued 500.000'ida. will report the legislative pro-
j and Jake Brown were appointed a |bother or a burden any IIIOfW.>
i'instead of $:tO.lIO in bonds for public'ceedings for the Times-Union during;,! I anT111 ... .
_ I committee to draft resolutions on the would all be better see and w,.m.nand ..
improvements.Mr. the session which begins next Tues- .
of Mr H. A. Ford. the world itself would '* so
I Stockton was one of the moving i 11.death C.V.. Hunter and Mr. J. H. Spencer much better a place in every way ttast l 1 .....
t spirits in starting the growth ofJacksonville izens of the state a full and careful !IJ:
were elected members of the board cf the kingdom of heaven at law vo.M .
which has since been thmar"el report of the proceedings..
F trade at this meeting. There being, of the /I II certainly be found among the 'i,ural. ImJ ... .rmmc f..
country-he did this byi;i I i
: no other business the board adjourned. I[ i sand there are so many wars of
: 1
,>- educating the people up to the r\ : Louis J. Brumby, of Ocala. will ofT 0tJ. PWCES
'proving that these things anwit Eater ;
suits that would flow from the issueof report the doings of the legislators i:

bonds in large sums for public im- ,for the Times-Union. That he will i are true so maay reasons to Ih.

L A FEW OF OUR STATE SENA- provements. The vote carried the''deal with them fairly and squarely!for! them that you or I talking "r
nothing: else aad still leave Marion
TORS. bonds were issued and Jacksonvillegrew and give unbiased news toes without mtu-n Hardware
)I say to thoM who came after Company
T. even more than Mr. Stockton :saying. Mr. Brumby is the gentleman -!
Suppose. for instance, we ma j j.
I. N. Withers. predicted.This who put the motion at I
f ''- The Senator form Lake county is a ought to be a pointer for the meeting place of the association the meaning of one fact about Ea'- four

'. new man in the Senate and in the Ocala. :in 190S. Mr. Brumby has since writ-; own what a load of arisen '

game generally, though he achieved We want our streets and sidewalks ten that he will do all in his power to'doubt misunderstanding ...- ..

some notoriety by having defeated paved with vitrified brick and the city ,make that meeting a success in point i!wild questions and despair'iappear i "' Education Mail! Jerry L.t\1 rnet t
at out of \\ by ,
Alfred Abrams and on a drainage plat sewered under the latest plans adopted 'of numbers. once our wa>

t form. Senator Withers will of course by sanitary experts. i\ I celebrate Easter ii you know '" lie .....".". f _. ...J ...
I cause on that day Christ h.I' II _. .> -4- ..
be a strong friend of the governor Few towns grow just dry so. We who f. +
I i and the administration.D. must help along the growth. j FOR RENT. I|been crucified robe again from 't- =: .; :: .: .*! ..' ,> ..-.-, MerchantTailoring.

H, Baker. Ocala has exceptional opportunities. -I I New corner store in Ocala. dead. Now among people ,.,h..... ",.. "'I.III'' ''' _1" .iwtt."._ ,'II'.....f._.. '-... .

The counties of Sumter and MarIon She can if she will make Silver\3-1 T. H. WALLIS name of Christ wa never kn<>..n "- ....... 1. HU...,......-*...ftj..

form one senatorial district and Springs Orange Lake and Lake Weir I --- I|this same time of year was kept wi phI : l i

for the first time in years Sumter be her handmaidens and largely help: NOTICE. 1 I celebrations and rejaietaga to commemorate .

f county has been able to elect the sen along in her development and growthand t i the idea of d.Mv*mare. the

[ ator. Marion county is two or three all the while aid the growth of'i I j Notice is hereby given that on the j 1!coming of light the reswrnctkin "f Branch's Geniineflattiesaake -- -

;L times as large as Sumter and has said places also. The harvest is all 127th day of March 1907. T. W. Smith|:the flowers and all ..r... thing tHm. :
; always been dictator in this i which se*>m d to die with the darkness
matter ;
right-it is rich and ripe. Let us all i doing business as T. W. Smith & Co., Walennelon
but in the primaries last summer Senator get busy. Harvesters alone are need transferred:: and assigned for the bene-\ and cold of the whiter seath... nld. ,= .rr

I Baker, of Orange Home captured ed. 'fit of his creditors all of his propertyto 1 Titusville Advocate. Only Pure Stram ,* Uettd -

the prize. He, also is not a new -- --- the I j t'ir"f'. .. aei.rtr.l t.
undersigned as assignee: and II yt purr .r+1
figure in legislative circles, having Newspaper Material Advancing. !all creditors who reside in the state of I STRAY STOCK.-Tak.a tin. one >er. V, <*hr 'angry frown na t= .

I : represented his county in the lower With the price of printing paper 1 :Florida, are hereby notified to filet !glilY horse with black spot oa right plaatauoa, .,( Om acs pie. ... I'JI' :: :'f

branch of that body some years ago. jumping up at the rate of ten per cent t with me their respective claims, ,I hip: one black mare mole right Ire tit --alt. where ....... hNi ,

:.. : Louis C. Massey. per month and type and material al-'erly' sworn to. within sixty days prop-from:swollen! : one light hay mare mule: are II'owe. t ut15c $igil.. i ...I ______
s, \\"ben the presiding officer recognizes most in !two light bay horse naW. 1. 1I iN ....., _
doubling price it is a Ques-Uhis; date; and all creditors who live, Owner ..., dMveN
"the senator from Orange" to tion how long can have same by paying for -
a countrypaper cat i l beyond the state of Florida this ad
are notified Hssit n.iaterH tot T H A".. Y Y .
entertain any motion, or to listen to continue to be published for one dollar .: they must file their claims I vertisement and feed bill J. M .iJd dr letter ul' itasay .
against Said tor
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a discussion the senate comes to "at- per year The newspaper man i:s :said assignor, properly sworn to. dell. Santos Fla. 3-Sf-tf 1A ltltl

- tention," because the senator from the only one who has 'not yet raise 1 :within four months from this date. i wen Manual. on BM>SUSI ral. ry. on all or td h. till t L L. till lAKCIIv

Orange never rises in his seat that prices and it looks like he will ,soor March 27, 1907. A big supply of Hattq wit aid
al be has not something of Importancel4 nave to fall In line or be doing business corks for sealing synp hwtUsa aM M. I. BRANCH .... Ir'" .. ..... .... ....
; S. H. BUTCH, jars. ..... *<< .. ...... ....... ..... ...'
He is of
to the man
to say senate. a at a loss"-St. Lucie Tribune 3.30 :
Assignee. i x TYDINT.S & CO Colurrbia Ca Bmckj G.1. I Sri'-.. .....Mttef' .ft. ......
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'I MRS. BITTINGER'S AND i I Gushing with a pretty copy of James I DR. AND MRS. D. M. SMITH'SLOVELY -
( Hill!lurk s kis.dr....
MRS. BROWN'S RECEPTIONFOR W'faitcomb N a* "t.It.i -, r
I Riley's "Out to Old AuntMary's' RECEPTION.
and netMr
MRS. BRENNEMAN. j I The guests ail cut for the
John Prier with Miss .. ..
II I i consolation prize, which was won by At least one hundred and flftv of :
I curt.
w..e whUf
Tuesday afternoon from three I|Miss Harris. It was a lovely little Ocala most representative mm" aadwomn .Uk. act ever "1ft.
until six o'clock the home of !!maidenhair fern.
pretty gathered at the Orate Hou*
Respect ( Mr Harry l'aIIIu Iraq kta -i..i.r
Mrs. C. L. After the
Bittinger on South Fourtn games ice cream, cake on WtnlEwiday evmiag at tie bltldiac Mrs. W T of
Alajax Owwakwo
street was the scene of a very delightful and coffee was sened. of Dr. and Mrs DM Morgan Smith > K\
who W4ft a imcty Utia fradi tit .-
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reception which Mrs. Bittinger and Dr. Smith is one of OcaU .Itttdinc
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. J' |Mrs. Jake Brown gave in compliment DELIGHTFUL PARTY IN HONOR'OF physicians and big wife a* Miss Jessie Mr .
YOURGIVE MISS EDNA CUSHING. Er* .t J. Croak. with M--s
to Mrs. C. B. Brenneman of California
I Maughe. was one of the best kaova
PaYlise Iflellvas. whs r.. .s whirr
who has been spending sometime women in the city. This wa their
in Ocala. j I Miss Edna Gushing of East Orange first large entertainment given since Mr. I. K. c'Juwal and Mr "*, 1t hfbwu

Stomach Mrs. R. A. Burford, Mrs. William!|IX. J., who l left on Tuesday for her 1 their marriage a link over a veer were. the stags aftaiMTa
i home l..ra.aa "a* bv.a a> ;>n
Mocker and Mrs. B. W. Minims met ,; was given a farewell party on ,:ago and it wa an unusually delightful :
(Monday t afirr Jar sad
the guestsThe evening by her hostesses. jf affair.
I I ITbe !)I,.. SaUths r..eptkm aid .half fter
I Miss Hattie i ij *
hostesses and guest of honor Dye and Miss Esther large parlor of the hotel I waslovely :
the .i...ittt ho the
received in the parlor the guests be-i j Weathers. During her two month.;' II in its decorations of r. pla>iag of
1 it food that will irritate stCarney. in Ocala! Miss palms :"floas'e. tit".t U.... h) theMrhe*-
not or jug presented to them by Mrs. E. L. i I Cushing made vines and potted plants and on tie i''tra
brouahr to r. i>rtMatoa aa ,*"'aiDI
many friends among the young people -I'tables 1 and mantels were large vasew '
the performance of its natural Mrs. Bittinger and Mrs. Brown each I who were very sorry indeed to j f fo white carnations white rote aid of uaalki'e4 p'lr'wtteFuneral

wore beautiful nite net dresses over it|have to tell her good-bye. She is I loth -rReceiving now HI.'I -- ...

functions, and it will reciprocate in a way pink flowered silk and appeared unusually -';bright and vivacious and is possessed with Dr. and Mrs Smith.. of the Late T. W. Smith.
well. of' very charming manners and will I'I 1 The. foaeral Mrs. Brenneman wore; were Mrs. Smith's nitre. Mrs. Julaa '
agreeable and comforting. a white cloth gown and was a"ery i;always- win' menus. I Croft of Jacksonville, formerly Miss .,.#. 4ath eetirr..4 at his

I gracious and charming honor guest. ,:i Miss Dye and Miss Weathers' party !!I Cecie! Mann of this city. Mr. and hoiBe ia lira city ToMitay night toot

No single ingredient contributes so In the hall palms and ferns were was delightfully informal and before '.Mrs. L. R. Chaial and Mr. and '}I.... plarv frwa hw iris N M*. , I used and the punch table was an ate i the games of whist were started .Jack Camp.
largely tovardvholesome nourishing tractive work in the sun parlor and !the guests sat around a big fire in |! Mrs. Smith looked t'Jteptioaallyi aftr..**H4 at three u'kick:
i i j HI'(0 ('. of the
was presided over by Mrs. Jean Aus- parlor and enjoyed a most come i in a white cloth and lace Iowa Ikpli"t

agreeable food as Royal Baking Powder. tin and Miss Hattie Dye. ;fortable and cosy time together. I'land she carried a large bouquet of church. roMaet ta* MMna sere ices

I Mrs. E. Van Hood, Mrs. Mamie i; There were six tables and whist i I white and red roses. Mrs. Croft whois sad paid a ijikia... thirsts to the de

Royal Baking Powder's active ingre- Howse-Stovall Mrs. R. R. Carroll and !:was played progressively, the games ,j; an exceedingly pretty b....... was <........
x I I.Mrs. D. E. Mclver were assisting in !i'I 'being very much enjoyed. very lovely in a black Bet doH-oUtP ;

client Grape Cream of Tartar is the I the library and before entering the On each table was a dish of bung: and she carried an arm full of The fuMial "aa largalyaad gttrad.rl

I dining room Miss Sarah McCreeryand ,I bons( and it occurred to no one that it !'white roses. Mrs.. Chain was handsome the N Mrf. ,.(r. basis to tireenweed

most healthful of the fruit products.This Miss Florence! Walters presented; was "Ail Fool's Day" but when they I[ in black lace and Mrs. Camp in fiery '.Mr lay ..* lie attj

{to each guest tiny rabbits, chickens ;I Ii began eating the candy they discO.1E'rE'd pink flowered chiffon.' I

is why Royal Baking Powder i i and ducks souvenirs and little Miss that something was radically i i :Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Maughs stood I )1(_". Smith L HoWrta had

iMerris I Carroll wearing a white dress !wrong. There were neat little squares ;i at the front door and bade the guests( j charge (
makes the food finer lighter more [ornamented with bunnies and chicks of: raw Irish potatoes, thin pieces of'a' happy welcome.! In the waiting jb' rers were )I..... J. A. Human,
appe- held I the basket to receive the cards. |1 1I board and balls of cotton neatly covered 'room where the guests entered the I It. L Carter! baser tare sad Or L

.. tizing and anti-dyspeptic a friend to the I I The dining room was exceedingly I Ii with chocolate! and the de(ep- f{hotel, punch was served by Mrs W. T. F. lal..ek. kvnre Wilt...... ieorge

!artistic i in its decorations of purplecjand ,|] was complete. Some very wry !;Alsop. Miss Pauline Sullivan and j Tyler.

stomach and good health. white-the colors that are so suggestive ;i j faces were made but all enjoyed the ;!:;Miss) Ethel Robinson. The others assisting '! Mr Smith loaves a ,.ifs and four

: of the Easter-tide. The en- ,;joke.When ; Dr. and Mrs. Smith in receiving childre. three &Q1It(...."re aad one son,
(I'!tire room was prettily draped with iI I the prizes were awarded they ,j introducing and entertaining their who have the tywpath) if their many

i(I purple and white and on the center; done up in immense bundles that !ijruests were Mrs. D. G. Edwards, Mrs. ,frkn4 IB their great bert-avenn-nr

Imitation Baking Powders Contain Alum >;i table! was a large fiat mirror. A large' the recipients fearing another joke'Kate Taylor: Mrs. William Hooker.'Mrs. Mr Smith was fatty.Hve years of

!bowl of purple and white violets! |I were" afraid to open them. However ;: Mamie Howse-Stovall. Miss Miriam i- 'age aDd WM burn at A bOt', iI.*. S C'

"The use of alum and salts of alumina in I( adorned the center and edging the,!they:' did finally reach the bottom of' Pasteur and Miss Sara Harris lie came to Oala v.u"e he wa quitea

food should be PROHIBITED. The con mirror was an attractive drapery ofl|' :! boxes and were amply rewarded ;i The receiving hours were from young DaB and baa resided in this
purple and white white Easter eggs, ''as Miss Mixon found a beautiful silver -'eight to ten o'clocland during these 'city sr.r si w*>. He was for many

stant use of alum compounds exerts a i rabbits etc., were placed carelessly tea strainer in her hat box and inMr. hours an orchestra composed of years e.*&*H'tMl wMh the hardware

deleterious effect upon the digestive ':about over the surface of the mirror. ; Jim Taylor's bundle was a handsome 'Iessrs. \\". S. Pike. Lon Fishel and l business of Mr. A. X. Dwbuest and

!The guests were served at small letter holder.! !j]Frank Mathews of this city/ and Mr. 'teevral years ago emharked in this
J organs and an irritation of the internal !tables in the dining room and the i Mr. Stephen Jewttt and Miss McGuire
j organs after absorption. !piazza adjoining it which had been enclosed were awarded the "boobiesjEaster |in the ball! and played very beautiful I j Ia: Mt<<***fHl basinets nan until hewa

I with ,vines palms and purple I "chicks." music. i iAn ': strkktn with a fatal ilia*** some

/f "EDWARD WOOD, M.D. and white bunting. On the center oft i[ Ice cream, cake and grape: juice enjoyable spit!: of delightful Informality .moBths ago.

Professor of Chemistry I each table was a tiny cart filled with |,'was, served afterwards and those"j PH\adc-l tie Evening acid,

"Harvard Medical School Boston." purple and white mints. The ices P>laying were: Misses Edna (replaced the stiffness that is so of. nj I Tt\e Price of Health.
were also purple and white and the :Anna Mixon and ber gur:' ':: t1Shing' attendan at receptions. The < The pike of health id a malarious

I cakes also iced in the same (colors !IGuire:, Louise Scott Sara and Louis-fence', of !of oiarv of the gentlem 'f r. diitrkt is jest 2&o. the Bust of a box
t !the effect being quite attractive.! 11 Harris Meta Jewett. Sarah McCn of Dr. King's New Life hills writes
aN lens added disttti
fC".lAKUIIG ro. NEW YORK ( (Ocala i an ; I Ella Flaytun of .
-.. i Misses Adele Bittinger, Helen rj ) Edna Dozier Pa line Sulli a'i lto, this a''air and wry thing w it : ,./Life! !'ill* dean, gently orla&d.rk.aad impart New
1 ---,----- ---- Brown Ellen Clarkson Janet lfeath !Valeta Potter Ethel Robinsou, .:.;net .
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j'II I wards r kinv it n-ie ni r n w 11 and h-P.> fo the system 2;;;c
1 L.CAL AND PERSONAL. j Col.! Xic Barco, who is one of Cry!>- :era, :Mary Burford, Legie Blitch flag j;: 1 Weathers MessrJofn and James iant social accuses of this ear r S'tlsh their an e.d at TytHncs &

tal River's best known and most pop-,'gie Lytle Nellie Gottlieb and Jean ;j Taylor, Stephen ;.nd ?.:udfor Jewett.E. I During the evening delici >. -* a ;;c.,. d. JO'tJ m

Mr Allan Gibson of Grahann'iJt'! 'ular! citizens, was a prominent busijrnfs T.ague served the refreshments and : J. Crook MorriSni:: i:, Harry berry ice cream and cake there pa -

"as in the city W'tnf'sday.Mia | ,'isltorto Ocala Wednesday. While,'tJlrs. W. M. loin and Miss Annie |;Palmer H. A. Waterma.i ;.. A. Weath- l L L'rs H! to the guests: by the wailei a 'j 1 FUK ', Nt i I partment Store.

here he was the guest of his daughter .:Matbews also assisted in the diningti. | and B..1. Weathers jr. !,the two pretty little Rentz girls. 110'I' Yo4 ca tt>u>e to Ocala ail du all

.\ Fienberg, of Dunne-lion, i ji Irs. Walter Bishop. "room. 'i -- Ian guests: at the hotel, served 'be your tradibg with m. YIMI w.*', have

j fllt'nt Wednesday in the city with JI I After leaving the dining room the {! Meeting of the City Council. J[white and pink mints and trystaU1z.ell -Ito run all anw&d town to gn what

fru-nds i I Capt. and Mrs. W. L.-J.owrr. of; ,guests were asked into the music The council met Tuesday night. In' ginger. i I'ioN waut. We can ill >ou an>thing

I iHornosassa, were: in Ocala Wednesi room, where they spent a few moments -' the absence of City Clery Sistrunk Dr. and Mrs. Smith's reception will I[fOIl n..e..l. Coiae to I'...* tM and ourIpaw

!day.} They the ,'I most pleasantly. Mrs. L.'W.i4[Messrs. Harry Palmer and T. E. Biggs etore. We want you esp'elailyito "
Mrs Henry W. Long came in fro l ;| are proprietors of the be always pleasantly! remembered by'
tUrtrl Tu >day) morning to do som'topping .iHomosassa') Rendezvous a hotel thais t Duval!, :Mrs. C. H. Packham and Miss i'acted as city clerk. I the many men and women who were' Tint the & and 10 Cent Store incnnnectl.a.

and visit friends. j\ becoming the most famous on the .Margaret Walters received and Mr?. i, The returns of the election held I their gl1E'-ts. M. FltillKl.
1 I I ; h (Iwest coast. It closed: its doors Tuesday (Barry Cline played delightful music. tine, alderman of the third ward were I * '
:canvassed and Messrs. D. E. Mclvtr Mr. W. W. llawi'tu. a nt
; pnmir.<
: after the most successful Delicious preserved ginger was !
Mr C A. Tremere, of Belleview.! rep-i season passed 'THE NINE O'CLOCK GERMAN
land R. McConathy were declared duly lawyer of (',.aiDIl""'. |.....ed through
its history. The to the in this !
fentd the beautiful little "city u fjtt fishing was exceptionally < guests room. I 1 CL-US'S EASTER COTILLION.
|! selected( and Judge McConathy being I 'tOiaIa Tuw' way on his way bows fromfinvern.s.
oaks" in the "brick city" Wednesl fine there all the winter. Almost two hundred ladies called j I -
I present was sworn in and entered immediately | where fee went to attend
da> at Mrs. Bittinger's during the at'ter- j The cotillion given at Yonge's hall |
-- Judge W. S. Bullock has purchased[ noon and in every detail this Easter j upon the discharge of his Wednesday night by tbe Nine O'clock )the H>riog term of the circuit court

t Judge: Joseph Hell went up to TalWednesday a large touring car which he will operate I reception was beautifully carried out !duties. I German Club was led with grace. and He says that court oldened Tuesday
5 IahbtWt' to spend a h'tweenpopka.. Orlando and and Mrs Bittinger and :Mrs. Brown I The monthly pay roll and a large distinction b)1 r. Charles V. Miller morning! and that Judge iKiltoek dellr.
J couple of da'sIt ith his sister )1issJt't.non .Wekiwa Springs and he expects that have every reason to feel elated over(number of bills were paid. At a late :and Mr. Stephen Jt>w(>tt. the former('eml i a meet t eicellcet and impres lte i

Hell. this will! increase the number of visitors the success of this lovely party. i(j hour the council had not yet adjourn |I dancing with his wife and :Mr Jewett charge to the grand Jury. The docket ,

to these famous waters. The car The beautiful decoration of the Ii e<- ,having! as his partner Miss Esther' is a light one. Mr Hampton wu

Mr .\. J. McUughlin came down i'is' in Ocala! for a day or two ando I Bittinger home was under the supervision ( Those present were Aldermen T. J. 1 1 i i Weathers. The German moved atones .,there on the rae of 1.rtID0 Ness

from Fairfield Wednesday afternoon t while here a number of 1 his friends I of Mr. Alf Owen. I)Owen acting president; J. D. Robertson. -'with a swing that kept every one; I!aalnft{ the Royal I'Nwphate com
C. K. Carmichael and it woMaued until the
Sage George party wa
attend tht"ine O'clock German's have enjoyed rides in it. dancing; and insured everybody: a K0"4)I I)I
million) at Vonge's hall. I __ MRS. GARY ENTERTAINS FOR |(1.. W. Duval, C. Rbeinaner ad R. Ic' !|time. 'next term of court.

i Mr. Harry Lapham has returned I MISS EDNA CUSHING.| i The music was very spirited and I I -

'. Mr! T. Gleichman. of Hamburg. I from a brief visit to Jacksonville! 1 The marshal reported nine hundred j I wand furnished by the Ocala-Leesburg John WIIHauw.. one ttl ww promt

Germany. who is interested in phosphate where he went to accompany his wife The beginning of the post-lenten thirteen dollars! and sevent-fi\'e|orchestra] Mr. W. S. Pike piano: Mr ;;neat' colored subscriber treat" Brooksville. -
and who gaities was the charming little card cents collected from fines during the I was in to rvoehbi.
in this section is a guest at baby are visiting Mrs. Lap. 'Frank )Mathews cornet : Mr. Leon, swWcrip-
t I., Ot-ala House. ham's parents Mr. and Mrs. D. E.; 'party which Mrs. William T. Gary month of March. !Fishel, clarionet ; Mr. Curtis. Violin. I lion Tue4a>. He hat to.ea a subscriber

j ,I Mark. When he reached home Mr.. '\;gave Monday afternoon for Miss Edna I The figures were very pretty ones to our paper fur a Kg time

J ., Mr. W. M. Gist of McIntosh, was,1 It, found that his mother had Gushing of East Orange ='. J., Card of Thanks. and were cleverly executed and the! |and says he eJpt'ftt his ehiWrea and

\isitor to Ol'ahW'lll1! ( llay. He ;arrived. from Miami to pay them a vis- who has spent a portion of the winter I wish sincerely to thank my friends;!weather was all that could be desired -i grandchiMrtn to revel the Orals Ban

J ha.l (Hen out to visit I his farm at it. and spring in Ocala, the guest of Miss not only in Ocala but all over the; for dancing. Fruit punch was !ner.

.. Santo* and ascertain if the vegetableswen ) 'Dye" and Miss Weathers. state for their generous support or!served and every one present bad a I --
t injured. Mr. G. F. Johnson the J. Herbert Putnam, head of the I The weather was not at its best for me in the recent contest conducted I big time. I Mrs. J. M. Jackson dial at her homein
this affair but despite this fact the the Jacksonville Iroa on Jut Saturday BicfaC Mrs.
by Metropolis.
manager of Mr. Gist's farm accom- -(i' j' Quite a number of onlookers were i
all and in the best hl"eI JadiiOOH the wife of Dr. J MJacksoa.
guests were present Through their kindnesses I
i>anird him to Ocala and reports that present] and those taking part in the
the vegetables are unhurt. one of the most beautiful buildings jjof II I I.! humors, the rain seeming to help been enabled! to secure the capital',German were the following: I aa oW recMrat sad proud

I the world declares that the smaller I;to enliven the spirits of all. :After prize and I assure them that I shall' ;j' Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Miller! the lat- neat physteian of l/ery CCMlBt)'. and

Mr*. William DeFord. who has been 'colleges do most of the research work''that '' the exceedingly quiet week preceding ,always remember with very grateful''iter j wearing crepe de chene. ,j the mother of Dr. J. U. Jackson jr

"r.'ftdlD the past two months in is done in the country. He bases i!'! Easter this party was all the moreenjoyable thanks and appreciation this great:'| Mr. Stephen Jewett with Miss Es- of Miami
his statement on the records of the and added to this the fact I cout"testtat has been shown me and''Ither I who
("' &1... )l.-ft yesttrday for her home" in. feathers wore ping organ- ,
Hajuun're While here Mrs. DeFord congressional library. He claims thatthe (I that the hostess as well as the guest when I am enjoying the trips that Ijd, ij Mr. W. M. Leu. a prominent rue

"'"'O.t-el at Mrs. Walter Hood's and' smaller colleges make a larger'of honor are very popular in Ocala! :shall take as the guest of the Metropolis j], Mr. Bn Thrower, of Gainesville. I 1 Ipefitit operator of Batebrttfe. (ia
c'ade and a better use of the books at the the' party was obliged to be a suc- [ I shall think with much gratitude with Miss Christine Richards also(rays tlatb yet plenty of timber
many pleasant acquaintances i / !
h. rO't the Meadows she was joined 'disposal' of men of science, art phi-!cess. 1 of those through whose efforts iof I ; Gainesville. She wore a pretty laRd IB Georgia and that there i* no

I tF.. ; .i nii-ce Mrs Christian Ax and lk.oFhy! literature language and re-j j' Mrs. Gary's guests were the following I I[ was the lucky contestant. dancing( frock of pink silk. ;!lead; of being aiaraiHl about ('at hi iih -
This will be Miss Cushing, Mrs. E. T. Helvtnston ; scarcity of lumber of turpeatinr "
h. r little daughter, who also left for )ligion.: statement a surprise -, : Very truly Mr. Emmett Robinson with )liss:1:;
tL''or -umratr home in Baltimore. ,I1 to many people and it is more Mrs. C. V. Miller, Misses Miriam LILLIAN THAGARD. "I.Edith :McQaire, of Pennsylvania. Her

--- (than likely that the big universities Pasteur. :May Turnley Susie 1 gown was light blue silk with \"ale.-I,| L T afar OeaU't a abe:
|will challenge it, but they are up I Fort Margaret Taylor Hattie Dye, Cause of Stomach Trouble. I;:cennes lace trimmings. ''mayor I has rtC- c4 hose fins Black
Mr s i' E. Abson and her beautiful' (ij I S. C. where he aaa h
[against a high authority. Esther Weathers, Alice Bullock. Bessie Mlle *a on a
When a Iran has trouble with bis !! Mr. Gordon Scott with Miss Anna :
?:tile' daughter, Anna are ia Ocala and Louise lepl bwfatts for several ks.
I -- Porter. Sara Harris j' *
I stomach know that he is j Mixon, who wore red crepe de cheoe. .'
you may :
and are giu-sts at tao Spellman house. ;I Messrs. J. E. Adams. B. F.dams I Pauline Sullivan Annie Davis, Valeta j'I !
Mr. Alfred Beck with Miss Kehoe.j
Mraba on'lothl'r two children !and E. B. Killum prominent citizens Potter Ethel Robinson and Meta :ateing more ban he should or ofj I' (; Mr. Deft )1.01 came up tnm Ock
t'harl,' and I some article of food or drink not|'whose dress was light blue and pink ;lawaha to JJater wtta Us
Elizabeth are: with rela- of the Soutb Lake Weir section were Jewett. speed
ti\"iis at lUrtow but will come to visitors to Ocala Tuesday and made !i Several rounds of progressive whist ;suited to his age or occupation. or;i flowered: tissue. :!mother.. Mrs. t:. P V4f at the home
: that his bowels are habitually consti-I} Mr. Charlie Lloyd! with Miss Sara
Ocala in a few days. This is the r rstjfft' I this office a very agreeable :; t-.MiS i played and the scores were marked I pated. Take Chamberlain's Stomach !. who was dressed in white;1 of Mr. _and Mrs W,_S. Pf'e.
Mrs. Abson has been to Ocala! I I These gentlemen say that the rains' on beautiful hand-painted cards. and Liver Tablets to regulate the I|chiffon. I

she went abroad three years ago I''!came in the nick of time to save the I They were in the shape of an Easter I bowels and improve the digestion and Mrs John R. Martin and children
1 ; Mr. A. J. Mclaughlin, of Fairfiekl.
- her many warm friends here aregiving :groves fields and gardens at the lake ]egg and some were painted with little !see if the trouble does not disappear. I.with Miss Louise Harris ,I came up Saturday from IstatbalU to
wearing a
her a verycordial welcome I land; were duly appreciated. They ::a1Ithat t chicks just peeping from their Ask: for free sample. Sold by spend several days in Ocaa.
I dancing dress of white liberty silk.
druggists.: all//
tack the and grapefruit treesare I m --
I orange shells and others with little Easter '
II Mr. JameS Taylor with Miss Ethel 1 Bitten
I white with blossoms and promiseto ;bunnies.] They were the artictis Mr. A. E. Boardman; of Macon, Ga., (:Robinson. Miss Robinson was Through blood By poisoning a Spider.eawswf bya
LOST--A brown prodigious yield. Some of the i iseason's .
handbag stjwork oflr5 .
containing Gary's sister Mrs.Quaintance
president of the Ocala Water
] company in a red and white mingled chlf- spider lite. John Wa.hlngton of
one tlO bill, two J3 bills three crop is still hanging on the i< in Washington '
$ I was in Ocala Tuesday attend i rOIl gown. Bosque lUe. Tex., would have lost his
bills and some change, also a pair of trees and as the proof of the puddingis The prize for the most, points was t the[ annual meeting, of the directorsof Mr. John Taylor with Miss Valeta leg, which became a mass of running
la81E" in the eating of the same Mr. J. two lovely little lace trimmed hand had he not been persuaded' to
f. ? 8; lost Tuesdaymorning be- this cpmpany. All the old officers .Potter who wore white silk. .
E. Adams, who is manager of the ]kerchiefs and were won by Miss Tay try DurU'U'srn C3 Salre.' He
t'af'tD Rhetnauer's store and Commercial were re-elected at this meeting. Mr.J. Mr. Robert Mathews, with Miss Edna -
Wilson prove, one of the finest on theo.lake .]lor. The prize for games, a pair of writes: "The first application relie
A. Campbell who has such
given whose
i Dozier dress
> hack. Reward for its return was pale pink |' healed the sores"
fod and
left (
three handsome specimens I ,
white silk
armlets. tfs!
was won by !
excellent retained
Uittctr office! ur ','is., Fannie Clark. of table. : satisfaction, was 1 chiffon. Heal* ..%ery fore. Kf *t T\"cS'lI(1 t
grapefruit on our Pasteur and Mrs. Gary presented Miss, as manager of the company. Ii j :Mr. O. B. HowS(. with MUs Alice.I Co.. druggists. m


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0. B. Hitchcock the young Pittsiburg !i!i Wedding at Valdosta. 'I -tary. CO. .tadreas, /r'- ,

THE OCALA BANNERFRANK clerk, who plodded along at six | The citizens of Commerce .1 ........ ....... .. ...... ... ........ ....... ........ :' &* 0<*. Fwd I. Row, ,<
; r dilWt secretary.A\ w ffa1.
dollars ,per week for se'eralears greatly surprised Saturday morning .. .

and suddenly amassed a fortune of when the news reached this place i By *iaat r.a.. tMTwtary, r B.

HARRIS Editor.P. an hundred thousand dollars and : that Dr. L. G. Hardman had beenJJ: i i L J. WKiwwiaic ** in x-

E' V. Leavengood. Business Manager. (whose services were in demand by all ',united in the holy bonds of wedlock'', < D.iis s at t Ike I State vanlto I Special Corresponi I ard. e.J .F.Su"{'.aa.aaova"ur.hllj.*tM.; rnrntltax" loot' ...

ntf ) ( '"O'(!.
of the big firms of the country is now ,on Tuesday night :March 26 to Miss.J 11 r
I u i Mr*. L. B YoMe. .
I ) .rlt'ilt
I la fugitive from justice and the police Emma Griffin, of Valdosta, Ga. .
'I Wo J, ff elder ,
officials are on his trail. Mrs. Hardman is a beautiful anddaccomplished }. .*. m-w-aifc r,
I Faaaia. chaplain, K.',
"I ... I ______ southern belle and the"! K H.
lj l\\ 1; The Fort Myers Press has joined daughter of a prominent businessman HARRIS AND MATHEWS WIN IN HE GAVEL HONORS- '>noM duur......,.... H t' M.Ilari

I i J, M < o**.aa .".,
.forces with the Tallahassee Sun in and banker of Valdosta, and who, FINLEY DEFEATS APPLEYARD AND ANDREWS pa* trurer

making war on the Koreshenites of ;,1 by her charming manners and sweet !: ROBERTSON. Harveil. Alb-r K ll.tnre.

Lee county. The mistake the Kore-J;:personality, has made a large circle:, .. H Crews
I friends throughout the ............ ......................... ........... House. -A*.u un' chief i"- A A.
shans made was in starting a news lot state. j '

i paper and going into politics. Politics Dr. Hardman is one of the !best: 13tepboaa. DiG I'n rlL artl t; tl'i. ,d1!
Special to the Ocala Banner This matter as passed owr !in -
> ,'
+sadiax -rfc Nat \\
0 ([ is :strictly a home article and all 1 known men in all north Georgia, being | : r \.IL.
Tallahassee: Fla.! March ;.11.-Members a3 a r.oUt of which 'he! stare 1 /
Radaz t. I
,'uIIWI'fur 4'f of the Northeastern < t'rri. 'ruu..r
are regarded the same asji\ president j
caY ..outsiders .
| of both boners of the state leg- suffering under the "' Cier: ; f Ir .\. S \ .
i|the Israelites regarded outsiders Banking Company, president of theij i & $ .r* w
islature are now arriving rapidly, and ISsT, and the ctmnu'. containing
clerk.( HI K I '
*j !it h.are barbarians. !Harmony Grove Cotton Mill senator i. .. J W.r.-uf fw
]by tomorrow afternoon practically all one-third| of the uplr! of thr
I Ix clerk .1":1! Tra ,.
I : in "
elect from the third senatorial dis-I Mr
., _. ---
----- ----- "will be at the elect
capital ready to a majority of both nat.
par- \ i' .
i at al 1 II Wee
trict and trustee of the recently organized r.4: UM*.
1 t lt+ul Somebody has figured out that
FRIDAY. APRIL 5 1901. ticipate in the caucuses Monday house of representatives. The
>r, Thonma K" t tar
state agricultural college, atthens R
._.___h ,__ __ \\ bile the profits of trade between the '.\ and a prominent business and'professional .!night, at which officers of both houses cratic party has a majority of j g Caaoii i l llal" 'NIl"{' -. i.ewt. ,
the world
nations or amount to $2-
will be nominated thus the 1 ballot have
making : joint -or would
}.. Wiih ,
| "t h
man, and also a candidate .4. H,
Spinal menigitis has broken out aHarvard t 4I.10,01)0on< a year it costs $:jOoOOo. formal election of
president of the joint ballot figured this -
,Il % iI,1 year and Hau
for the presidency of the incoming !, -HI
college. I/00 a year to maintain the militaryland senate and speaker of the house of tee county having sent this <- "
> Both hoiiM +i..' 1 01 r ,
+ h t th naval strength of the trading nations. state senate. )pro Hardman is al- IL' < ";4> :ute
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representatives- on the formal the result of bittel I local .
organ- { ,
a thi", '
ii I ::4,1'/
in the for the .1..1.
i so practically race senate -, r
It is stated that the king of And the worst of it for UncleSam ization of these bodies, technicality .
young a mere only outsider in the legislature. .
.. .
i tlr he -i. .is.' i i- 'K..
one year hence to succeed Cone j. r ..
rlw Spain has tuberculosis. is that his outlay seems to belargely as will also be the case with A. J. Pettigrew, who has the di r
gressman T. N. Bell, of Gainesville. j ; \ .n'lr.
laltu displayed in quarters of th the various attaches of the '
--- | legisla- tion of being the first socialist
IIIi Live Oak is talking about establishing world where he gets little or no trade. Dr. Hardman and his bride left Val-i.ture. +
ed to a state office in Florida ICULMEETthG
polltIt11It1I a paper mill. Boston Herald. 'dosta immediately after the marriage {j| At the present writing the leading being the: only man living who TRADE. .
'ceremony brief bridal to
' -- on a trip ;
--- -- candidates are Senator W. Hunt Harris the solidity of the democratic \ Mat! if ,'
New York and will tbedoctor's 'I"I I h' i 'l! '' ).. w"
,d lutrhl It is coincidence that the. Mr. J. H. Crutchfield, who shot oneIOf stop over at :
merely a of Munroe county. for president lature for ten years past. i ij .' \\Il'o' h"1 I, 1 I ,
alt Tallahassee Sun was started on "All |< his wife's legs off and assaultedJohn beautiful summer home in'Xaccochee and Representative Eugene S. Math- 'rncll s
: j Easter
[ Valley, where they will Sunday passed quietly i HI I" Turada' ct".rr'j" ;.' "blt t
Lhe.auil Fool's Day." Temple Graves, the editor of the ews, of Starke, Bradford for .
county, sidering The "Ck'! T, .
Ga. everything. { i u < > i :.nii't.? t"
several Ir'Iylh
!spend days.-Commerce, ( )
e Uu Atlanta Georgian, was fined $20u and
speaker of the lower house. ,
the churches were not as i cl l-. .rni tU M- ;ii I.Urn
in Atlanta Journal.
adwtwrL Tennessee at the of I the fine was recinded if he wouldIpromise items I Ila t
pastor age By five o'clock tomorrow afternoonit in .. .
Miss Griffin some time in years past, but there was no | ,: d 10 ray i .i MrV K t I la 1
r eighty-four has gone west to "growup to leave the state of spent will be positive whether they will ..
Ocala several winters the guest ,city of politicians. Politics \ ,1 in tlif 'na< of >!.t:'usiilag j
111+ with the country." /gin and go to some i be chosen without (
opposition, or filled the
of Mrs. J. B. Staten and Mrs. Staten's I! Sabbath air to a 1 ai1'umololt; Lao u, > II. 'I-: .ly. ;
aid hit other
state. Has any state the right whether the fight will be carried into
sister who then Miss Effie Simms I I teat, but to-morrow tells the i .' an oral report ut Mn;,- lea> ach tI Gadsden county will market this 'i to inflict her sister states in any : was ('Monday night caucuses.In I ; .R.

I tw y ; year $3,000; ( ,IO t) worth of tobacco.ouch'I manner as this? Such a man now Mrs. C. P. Rogers. of, Lexington the house the candidates for the A _effort is chairman >-+tpluLinK| i thde> ;,-...
verystrong being '
I UUM IJ. it'\
1'lM' % Why should not Gadsden put on airs? ought to be outlawed by all the"Ky. speakership are more numerous. Eu to-day to induce Senator Ba :lUC them i in>Titorioiifi"-r the
_._, i rHjturt I *M
Ir IM) ----- states. S.
gene Mathews, of Starke is clear- permit his be
: name to used as > and dlM'U.1
Is nr One more link has been forged i in A WISE DISTRIBUTION OF GIFTS. i a motion cart ,
---- -- ,ily in the lead, but amongst others to .didate for president of the .*
, aslcap the chain of Florida's by thelong The law in Maine I fI | he pslmhaw \ t a.
progress prohibition was be considered or at any rate under is looked
; upon as a remarkably
] and the dunm of
,- distance 'phone which connectsTampa recently repealed by an act of the It is well that the goods things of consideration are Representatives J. :man and his colleagues of !- other 'hiUKs wit

1 tha with the whole nation. legislature but the repealing act has; ,,Florida are not all congested in any Pope Reese, of Escambia assistant here used every effort to induce past ,' \ i\\in Ocala tu thf I-.riibh"b&n ; cf It..-t

tit a ----- been vetoed by the governor. Prohibition one' place. Her blessings which are district in
( attorney the United States enter the He
race. insists, '
Iunsthat The two newspapers in Tallahassee in Maine has been farce, ,many like the dews of Heaven ares | Mr. Gerig statv.l thai he had .Ill'r
for the
a ((court northern district of he i is not a candidate. Senator
It are coming together. The True for twenty-five years of more. It i generously' wisely and widely distrib-;I Florida. and Representatives a nuiniii r "f person <>o the ,

ut lyarlli Democrat has gone so far as to request almost like it is in Kansas wherethe 'utedf Wartman of acc,-ptn;.; Mr Carneriei:
I Judge Syd L. Carter, of Alachua. Mathews are all located at tbe
success for the TallahasseeDaB Tarpon has her industry; Ho- and the building of the library IB
sale of loquors is prohibited in sponge ,former states attorney for the fifth t house and
t his )' Sun. the organic law and hosassa St. Petersburg and Punta: will unquestionably city and discovered that a ..t J
yet openly conspicuously V. judicial circuit Representative W. A harmoniousl together.
cr.uli. violated so much so that (Gorda, their fisheries; Tampa and Keyj'i.West (i lac" lliams. of St. Johns recently I people were uDder thtiniprea- s
If Taft and Fairbanks receive the their factories Sanford that tbe thousand dollars for iu
tit Carrie Nation became a law unto cigar ; t brought into the limelight by his i .
gds sit presidential and vice-presidential cer' celery: Hastings, her potatoes; !! Special to the Ocala Banner: was to be perpetual'
i]herself and with her little hatchet began proposition to utilize halt the state

Itil r nominations the funny papers say|; to smash these concerns operat Myers and Miami their cocoanuts 'convicts in the building of three: proposed I Tallahassee Fla., April 2. the letter of Mr. Carnegie ei

,rot that it will be "a streak of fat and a ed in defiance of constitutional tau mangoes. Avocato pears etc.: Starke trunk lines of hard roads leading :democratic caucuses of both \ states that it is only tu con

: to streat of lean." and Lawty, their strawberries: Coleman from Jacksonville Pensacola met last night at the capitol for ten years after which turn ',
to '
tn itnonce her cabbage: Gadsden. her tobacco unanimously nominated Senator library is: to become the property ,
Tampa and Miami
Still the respectively
Live Oak will purchase her waterworks ; Marion, her stock farms watermelons :Hunt Harris, of the \\ I the city and the city can maiataia ,
Representative Geo.
I The Jasper and Lake City Mathews, of:
Ir Ihe' plant. A board of outside arbitrators papers! and cantaloupes; south Marion, formerly a member of the J trict. for president of the senate- i as it sees It. r
,,are still printing articlesknocking"
I.1 Ita of which Hon. John N. C. j I the University at Gainesville. Florida, her oranges and grapefruit house and under the second Cleveland ator Theo P. West for Mr. C. L. Bit linger, chairman of the '
law, ; Stockton was the chairman fixed the 'g roves. administration consul to too city tern., Representative Eugene S. to draft resolutions onft?
articles they are printing are alongthe
J IIIIt'I. value of the plant at $31.0rtt; U. 'I And so these bountiful gifts of one ,of Para. Brazil. Judge Carter has ews, of Bradford county for of Mr. Ford submitted the fol \f
lines that '
same were
' albr printed ,kind and another are distributed over of the house of representatives 1 : Whereas. :i
--- --- been
I about the when it suffering greatly from rheuma
University was I
The national editorial association loJcated :the whole state. This is particulary tism for the Representative Charles Know Mr. H..1. Ford, president ot tin y
I past two or three months
Lake City and which the
will meet at Jamestown June 10-13.; i at true of the climate of Florida, which'and it is j Monroe, for speaker, pro tern. I having !been removed from ui .
ttubril I Lake City resented with a j highly probable that his phy !
A gerat many different organizations papers is unapproached by any state in the f sical condition will him house. Chief Clerk J. G. I death: and whereas his ..nUD..rtt t
compel to
good deal of rancor and bitterness of Ilaehua.
will meet his year at this great historic Union. withdraw. was re-nominated patriotic services to the ark r 1
i I feeling. I '
prou spot I -- I Mathews of Marion, will hardly position for his position, but and the county of Marion r.( '
.___ ___ I I We reprint one of these articles senate Thos. J. Appleyard welfare and he 110 .. )
lignewptlil ,not for the of endorsing itnlbat Not Scared a Bit (consent to the use of his name but (j progress "
of the Florida
The Tallahassee Sun that i iGon.rnor Press
says 'will Association untiring worker and a K' n-rou _
i support bis namesake from Brad- ,
just to keep our readers informed -
tier llrowanl began a fight o Frank Clark is using some bad :ford. I II for years secretary of the senate for all measures to gain said J.
Md a 1- labor abuses in Florida more than a I! as and to the trend of the argument words, if he is correctly quoted in the (, A close contest for each position is'|'defeated for another term by I and because of his devutioD to
against the I
cl8Ilnltut year ago. The governor seems rolfor I I rrrrr r = University.-Trr = I Times-Union. He makes a general :not altogether improbable while at :i Ii!Finley, both being from SJ'M obligations and for urn be ,!:

haH beenery quiet about it. I I General Kuroki will be among 'the statement that some people are liars the same time it would not be surpris- j I county. them, and tbe good lie a+ cum .,

il1isticcuished.isitors at the Jamestown 'and publish lies and then gives situ: for all opposition to the leading'] By noon yesterday it was cI( and the zeal and ability with

+aul: Jacksonville is on the eve of a bis I|I Expositor. He will come as one address as Gainesville, Fla He doe candidates to melt away during the II yond a shadow of a doubt that he labored for them deserve

hi, municipal battle. Quite a numbehave i|i j the representatives of the Japaneseroof not give his fighting weight nor tba morrow, and for everything to be Senator Harris nor Rt gratitude and respect

rt tdt' entered the contest for ma'or'l j I I army. General Kuroki took an active !avoirdupois of his cane. I presumehe .harmonious when the caucuses as j I Mathews would have any Therefore be it resolved bv the -

CoL W. H. Sebring: and Mr. JamesD. m the overlooked these important details. semble. In view of the fact that the ;j'I for the chairmanship of their < board of trade io'it'* of the j
part war against
urn; Burbridge are the most prominent I.and was one of the first to gain a I hope Frank doesn't mean me. andI .campaign for both places have beers I'jtive'I houses. Hon. Geo. G. : example he set before u* of a

dtdl candidates. I I decisive advantage the will take it for granted that he conducted so far in a very clean man I j jOf Marion, was urged for the I virtues, that we eipres.our #I

1,1111.rid, ---.. --- I armies. He forced over the crossingat opposing not mean me until he calls my nero practically free from personal 'ship i Sunday, but being already 1 regret at his death and m 1

. It looks like old times when men I| the Ya-Lu river, defeating the name. If he ever should I will not bitterness indicates that there is no II ed to Representative Eugene ')' ofbilii splendid citizenship ;;
da of fighting t proclivities give the'R I! under Gen. Sassauliich only give Frank my address but I desire anywhere for an unnecessary ews would not enter the rac*. : unselfish labors for our material N i

InrIrli "name and address' but this is what :!captured the town of 'will print the facts about his cam :contest and that if Senator Harris I; West, senator from the fourth .{ and the progress and prosperity 'tJ
Hon. Frank Clark and Editor! L'Engle. :j.. paign contribution business in such a and Representative Mathews are I I was in the race for the I[ our (town we spread a cop of ; h'"vj

of the Tallahassee Sun, have dun ad-vance' way as will leave no doubt in the clearly the choice of their respective ,until noon yesterday, when he 1 on our minutes a> 4 re
ha through Manchuria. He is
? Gentlemen forbear do not be rash! II j lone( of the world's greatest living gen- minds of the people reading the presentation -bodies for the championship. that (j drew, leaving the field clear for of his departure froiii II.'C, !

I s ,;''erals.I tend Frank Clark's denial, the other candidates and their sup ;ator Harris, and was unani : incentive to emulate bis ?&'n"rv 4 1"
---- -- -
''II i II I as to which one did the lying. I don't porters will gracefully acquiesce, and ]'i chosen president pro tern at tbe : manly example.
will --- 'cus.j
, The legislature meet today andj i .
nl I know who will be convicted but I I
i The Foraker boom is on the way. spare the legislature and the state the
. Governor Broward's will be
I All
message the
h. 1ii submitted immediately after the or-1!!IA Jackson, Miss., dispatch to the Gin know it will not be meTallahasseeSun. annoyance of a session in which would the senators were BELLEVIEW. ;I
( '1 4 caucus excepting Senator
Enquirer follows "The be hampered by remembrance of
jCinnati : negroes per Ocala Banner: &
It will make coll 1
.Inlot ganization. twenty :sonalities ;.land, of Suwannee county,
of Mississippi and Louisiana -------- and ill feelings. : The Methodist church on Easter
This will be
umns or more. paper
critically ill. while
only able to print its most salient :are preparing to do something for Meeting of the Marion County Medi-' So far there have been EO suggestions showed three the house roll l a perfect garden of lilies roes,

wI features. I Senator Foraker, of Ohio. in the way cal Association.The j for president and speaker pro lives Carter absentees, I cedar and other floral dec If

I I\ of delegates to the national conven'tion. ;tem., and until the more important and Doke, of J that the loving bands\ of the
\ 1 and
ii m i A number of questions have been settled these Representative Wilson of
The Palatka Tim 't'lIerald'ery' prominent negro Marion county medical association ] appointed to do such work
111 II politicians have been talked with in held their annual meeting in oSces will occupy the top shelf. Near son. Representative Pettigrew in Mes- l
,,. justly remarks that the incoming legislature I such rich profusion
" 't last few and :ly all the attaches of the senate and Manatee the only socialist in the J *
will be asked to increase t hethe! days most all of Ocala Tuesday morning. The meet-I, islature Doolittle Rush and Holsttai
1 1.11 ::1 I i them seem to be for the Ohio .i house are candidates for re-election was present at the
pay of the county commissioners to [ senator ing was held in Dr. D. M. Smith's office caucus but hard to make the decorations

- $5 per dayIn a state where prosperity -! for the presidency. While none in the Holder block and besides; without opposition, though T. J. -Ap- did not participate feature.-

so abundantly abounds, it does.Jof!. those talked to will acknowledge the Ocala physicians those present '!pleyard. secretary of the senate i is'only.was considered a democratic The Easter service. conducted by J.

7r11t ) that there is :opposed by C. A. Finley, of Lake
appear that this increase should be1forthcoming. i any concentrated effort were Drs. C. W. and E. G. Lindner, : Senator ] A. C. Sirdefield. was beautiful.

t .-St. Augustine, Meteor, i i among. the negroes of the United >Anthony, Dr. Webb, of Zuber Dr. ,City, and Gen. Fred L. Robertson, assistant the Henderson presided evening service was especially: I
iI senate
I States to boom Foraker adjutant general of the United caucus, and Rep
( letters are Carswell, of Citra and Dr. Henry, of ending with a duet bf
- ---- -- being I j i sent from the north by well Lake Weir. ,Confederate Veterans, is opposed for rive Watson, of Dade, twice and Mrs. Sirdefield which touch 1

lion. Alonzo C. Croom state comp ''known negro politicians asking that Dr. W. H. Powers was elected pres- 'bill secretary by C. O. Andrews, who of the house of representatives, the hearts and sympathies, of all u

troller. is trying to launch a gubernatorial I,the negroes of the south support For- 'ident; Dr. E. G. Lindner vice-president .I j last session was engrossing secre- the house canciis. Senator i sixty-five 4.l I
boom for Senator Pasco. was put in nomination persons present. }
(aker. The white republicans of Mississippi ; Dr. D. M. Smith, secretary and :tary. for the \. Sirdefield announced Uf:
spry ,1
This suggestion \\ ill not be unani1luous do not propose to'give up treasurer; Dr. Newsom, delegate toj,j Three members of the senate have dency by Senator Beard, I service for next Wednesday: 1-

in tbt comptroller's: office f orwithout;:i, a struggle. and they are ex- the convention in Tampa and Dr. died the past year and another, Senator Senator McCreary, and Senator fa- r.t
ask the Things to
Giver of all
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:Miss Jefferson Bell, said to be: the'ported to put up a stiff fight to prevent Carswell, alternate. | Newlans, of Suwannee, is at the for the temporary presidency by The .
us with rain.V need it. (
best woman politician in the state, Mississippi from sending a For- '' A number of other matters of im- ;point of death. Levy county sends in ator Hudson, seconded by !

has declares flatfooted for Jennings.The aker delegation to the next national portance to the doctors was discuss the i place of the late Senator Carter Neel. In the house of is answered. Ed.I i
of )[r.
notice the face t
- I;convention." ed and the meeting was a pleasant ,! Hon. J. R. Willis, one of the secretaries Wartman, of Marion pleasant
Davis in town Sunday. He came
Pensacola Journal says that an.j : and profitable one. (of the preceding senate and Lafayette Speaker Mathews seconded by
: attend Easter services.
attempt has been nude to launch a'' Disposition of Convicts. ; and Taylor counties yesterday chose resentative Dorman of Suwannee

gubernatorial boom in favor of Railroad -;' At the meeting of the Florida Press Death ;Hon. E. L. Cottrell to succeed Stn1 Farris, of Duval, the latter of lr. \V. R. Bryant, after a severe at
of an Old Statesman. j of muscular rheumatism, is> up
Commissioner mitch, of Levy ,.\ssociation a resolution: was carried 1 ator Carter in both cases special elections acted as secretary of the caucus.
expressing When the editor of this paper first \ have been One-eighth the close of the session around again. thanks to Dr E .
county, but that the boom failed to: a sentiment in favor of- necessary. which
entered .... ... .....'" _'_L _. Hood.
printing office of the .
materialize: because it was unauth or.;working the convicts of the state a one : I of the total membership of the senate ,1U'JUL ?\J ClOCK tms

ized and against the wishes of the'upon the public highways. under direct most conspicuous names then before;phave thus been stricken by the hand Speaker Mathews nominated News for the Colored- -People of '
i the public was Mr. Galusha A. Grow, '! sentative Knowles
gentleman himself. > supervision of the state. 'of illness or death. of Monroe, ;

i I Some persons seem to labor under of Pennsylvania. He was then sere j The present legislature consists of speaker pro tem., being !; lr. J. Ocala. ,-
I E. T. Bowden. represent-
------- ing his third term in the house. Hej '
the than the the latter's !
impression that to favor such a i ilOl members, one more reg'ular colleague: Im
"Politician, says in the columns} disposition of the convicts implies was elected speaker of the house of number. This i is because of the Malone. He was also elected by |I the Consolidated Realty and

of the Pensacola Journal that for the a criticism of representatives in 1S61 and in 1S64I the '!climation. company, of Waycross Gt,
the administraton, or'hostility [creation of St. Lucie county by i ?k
first time in years Sumter has furnished '! was a candidate for'icepreiident'!' !' The i in Ocala Monday and purchased'. .
I towards it. This is a mistaken (I legislature, the constitution providing following are the other i
the for i acres of land for his comJF
senator this
'f district conception. Some of the best against Andrew Johnson and lacked |that! each new county shall be entitl- ,I''of the house and senate. I
Marion having dominated the selec-1: but vote of the nominajtion. in the western portion of tte
friends of he one receiving led Senate
governor and the mem- to one member until a general reapportionment :-Secretary C. A. Finley
If tions. This is a mistake. Sumter ;' from Mr. C. V. Miller. This pur- .
He retired from public life only i i
11I ben of his cabinet wish to effect a | which it requires feating, T. J. Appleyard ;;

f 11r had Senator Borden: for four yearsSenator /:change in the present method of hand1 four years ago, making the most con ,should take place evertenth year. secretary J. O. Culpepper: :j includes Marshall Heights, -

Baker for four years, and 1 ling the conucts. Their fight is not 'spicuous record for length of serviceof t is the highest point in the city

now the latter for four years mo re. of 1 completely overlooks it. '
'' our public men.
I on any man, but on a system they believe any ; --- ----- --
Sumter has been handsomely treated, property will be surveyed ad
( wrong per se. It is not claim. Mr. Grow died at his home at+! Ai :-
--._- 'that the sysem is not carried on a3"'Glenwood Penn., on the last day of | o into lots and will be placed'

Idaho is excited by the approaching; ;i well as its defects will allow or that March It is not stated how old he !I That hacking sale at an early date and will'
cough continues
l lL trial of Hey wood and Moyer. who are I those who have it in charge are not was but he deserves to rank along \ J : to colored people only I t

implicated in the murder of Frank I capable and humane men; but it is with Methuselah. 4a Because your system is exhausted and need apply.) The streets arJ'
I this ,
will be and
Steunenberg a former governor of: believed by many that the: employment II I improved

Idaho. These men are socialists and I V' of convicts on the hard roads 100 WATCHES TO BE GIVEN I I +' your powers of resistance weakened. .! ) expects to make it the resi_

have been in prison for more than a ijby i the state will result in ;realer AWAY. j Take Scott's Emulsion. section for tony colored pel>"'

;year and the case has produced i in-i!benefit to the people as a whole and The Ocala Banner has 100 watches : -

tense excitement. More than a rnil-J{improved conditions in the i is going to give away. It is going ;; It builds up and strengthens your entire system. : company is making a pt''iat1

lion dollars have been' raised for their >;and management of criminals. ''i to make hundred and this kind of business and it hasn1
one boys
prosecution and defense and while'i j The correct adjustment of this i girls happy. j 8 !t contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so successful in Waycross and tth .

in prison Hey wood received the socialist (]problem requires much deeper ana(,-- Watch these columns you little i! o prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest. I cities where it has operated.

nomination for governor. P e- I Isis: than the mere financial aspect of ones[ and get yourselves in readiness : Bowden is offering for his corn '

pie go armed and the public pulse is 1 i the proposition involves.-Polk Coun-1 i to get one of these Ocala Banner souvenir ALL DRUGGISTS; 50e. AND J.00 I, ten dollars in gold to the colored

at a great tension. ,,1 ty Record watches. 9 fors arTstrfc*" tQak person, who will send in the t,

4i name for this subdivision.H .

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11'b railroads la the State. I and serious difficulties about which
sowould and of
cities our State. I recommend
GOVERNR BUM'S damns is being (done every year by Special Elections <
i recommead that the railroad! there nas been and will be much discussion -
the adoption by the State of a burning the woods often through malice The provisions of the law are not .
I I companies doing buslneu in this State and many experiments before
; uniform system of text books for the .
negligence or thoagatlessness. elastic enough to fit the condition l;
j HESSfiETOFLQH- t be required to make a report to the State thus enabling the reports I aa ideal solution of this vexed ques-
Attorney Ganeral's Recommendation. which may arise and call for special ;
j Railroad Commission: six monthst tion will be reached. | recommend
every have be
sugtested to made with easeand
As law officer of .he State Govern- elections under its provisions. I':
t the number of engine and ear oft accuracy, and affording! at a view such legislation! by your body as will 1
ment matters requiring bill at. would recommend the of ai
many passage
IDASOlONSI t I the several classes! and kinds and the standing! of every school enable! the Board of Commissionersof
tentioa have been presente to the act providing that where a member of !
their condition and !location and tae Education. State Institutions to properly regulate -
Attorney General and especially has the Legislature dies, resigns, or his ,:
--- -- amount of heir terminal trackage; and When we consider that ony C3 percent the leasing of the aged the
his attention been called to those inaccuracies seat becomes vacant otherwise before '
transfer faclllt! s. The of tbe decrepit and the young, and the separation -
: power of the children of school are ":
Dueutlu Offt. Tallahassee: Fla.:: age I and uncertainties: : which the session in the year folowlng bit .
Railroad Commission as to the enforcement enrolled In :..".e public schools of our of the sexes. ,r
ApritOeat1Prwn%, J1. ]may have crept into the law.! He election those electors: : who were entitled
of the rules and orders '& State and that the attendance is only Child Labor.
the Senate No crime the future has in his report called attention to to vote at the preceding general !:
ar.d Housed greater again:
regard to the payment of demurragefor t II; per rout of that enrollment! h
many of these, together with his recommendation : election for such member should b. <
n.4ht'UuVt'Ii: is being committed In ail this! troaa
delayed: freight or supply of freight must ni'c"-sadly make us pause and
A* dl
!}frfti h mbt! for your cocsideratloc : prescribe, should be ample: and effective education. The capacity cf he w itran's I using child !labor in our industna"; changes or amendments aa his experience to fill vacancy upon the same qualifications ,

tk* folklng information: of fines and enterprises. The struggle for suc- has demonstrated are needed. I that entitled them to vote at
coaNrrniOK and in the recovery brain for deve'opment and edti- '.
the million of the ces: is becoming sharper and more would, therefore commend to your tae general election: jus: previous.ReApportionment. .
lid my immwadatious In regard Commission a law similar to the ese:1:1 oar power to provide training pitiless each hour, and while it i.- especial attention his report, which \i I }

to such mearvs as 1 deem expedient I present "3tec* Claim La'v" should and Porrunir: true that this evil is less prevalentIn printed and before you. The Constitution provides as follows !-

and prop to rail to your atieaiiM I be passed allowing the recovery of Higher; Ed'jsatio.i. our State than in some others, nevertheless I State Auditor. : 3ec. 3. The Legislature! that

and coBivration ai this time. I twice the amount of such fine or penalty it should be the care of tae: you should enact a child labor The value and us: of this department shall; meet A. D. 1SST and those

.f' Tbe varloi departments of the together with attorney fees, 3 a?., t? ps-oviife first for a system of law at this: session which will pre- to the State is growing, and the that shall meet every 10 years there

fut' Got -rrent and the hoards I where it is necessary to bring a suit jfEininn s?, it :s. nevertheless, vent the growth cf this evil and effectually work is of more value as its methods after shall apportion the representation -

Burtaus! Institutions connec ed to recover the same. The conveni- tv.e, duty of the State ro make such check and cruse out such -as I II become more effective. Such legis- in the Senate the whole num-

U..lth be submitted to you reports ;; ence of the traveling public requires '>roLia: fr the: maintenance; and I I does exist in this! State. When lifle lation as is needed to aid the auditin ber of Senators not to exceed 32 members

of the'nduct i children either by the greed of department in easily and and at the same time shall a.:!()
and management a closer observance of I schedules or "erf'Cti'in of a ay-t >:n of !hither edu- I parents more sys- ;

of the verio interests reliable information to or enterprises employing are : its duties apportion the representation of the
coiunii.ted to at least more 'r 1! in z.ze: r.::tt::' al! pr-isnerity: and temmatically performing I

Uwn, tettieforth the condition and j the public as fo the whereabouts of r 'A-ti" cf States shall warrant forced to :labor in factories and at should be enac ed. House cf Representatives, the whole

Nlreu of a various matters: under trains and the* time of their arrival ?and !!?Tr.ii. In connection: I other work for long hours, crush? Additions ta Capita! Building.The number ct Representatives not to exceed -

Ibelr care.Florida I at the various stations along the ,rtror.rcr: iarfnd to your consider out their; life, s'nnting! their: growL: rapid increase in the businessof 63 members. The representation

h had unexampled prosperity route I would recommend tiiat: a ai!C41 rte \\1s:1.0. : : providingby and development! mentally: physic:-.lay the State Government is making a in the House of Representatives: shall

and aerial advancement since j statute be passed prohibiting: the railroads 'onsf.fT5i.a: :: amendment if neces- and morally it is time for thoughtful constant demand upon the space of be apportioned among the several

tbte let ftiun of tile Legislature j! operating in this S ate from I ary. ;! \ ,4 Emit: : of miciram and men to pause and consider tie your State house: and the accumulation counties as nearly as possible according

aM her mrt'lous natural resources keeping any employe. in continuous ax'r ,:a' ,3\ levy; to bf" ma'ie by the question. of many valuable records papers to population; Provided t'aclCounty

and adaptalty for such varied pur- I service for more than sixteen oons c.1 I 'pro e'-'::y dn.--i'?' 3 *'! S.ate authorities Stats Reform School and Juvenile and documents makes it absolutely shall have one Representative:

.nfts aDd tMtrirs assure her a continuance I utive hours, and that no such :i'Pr a c;;"lGI! inv<=.rigat-7n: : : and ex- Offenders. ; necessary to provide additional at large in the House of Representatives -

oAis material progress and ;; ploye after sixteen consecuicve hours I I'I I ..rtini"os: ,.f their: uefis, for tie ;np- The purpose of the law should be, space for the proper transaction of and no county shall have more

pro' j erity. And whilo this condition; I'I of service, shall. be permitted to again I I.j ort ct'roe hi='rer i institutions ofeani.g I primarily: the prevention of crime, the State's business and State library. than. three Representatives." These_

U oa. wai should fill us with prid? go oa duty without having had at cf this St.te."I and the reformation; of the criminal Immigration.The provisions! require your action at thli

aid ambin for the future of the ; least ten hours cS duty: except incases state Baird of Hsalth.Surply rather than his punishment and any session.
benefit of
immigration to a
Slate, wi and intelligent statessaiiship of emergency sueb as accidentsor tI!:Pre is na mere importantcare system which loses sight of these two
I Commissioners.
State like Florida is of County
yaM dictate that! It should I I wrecks, or delayed schE'dulnJ committed! to prime! ccnce! rims falls to realiz!; worthy your
you as representatives :
This i3 subject No more responsible office exists in
earnest investigation.
b* your s*aal care to to guard The I tfcathe average number! of hours daily of tV* pe. \nl? of Florlila: than a the highest ira! : and possibilities o* which has been receiving a much- the administration! of county affairs

ourtt ofealth and prosperity that i service for station agents and operators wise and prudent consideration of modern thought and civilization. To
than that of Commissioner
x County ,
much consideration
Investigation and
a rrklnd prodigal use of their I should: be limited to not more those matters which after the health I I this end we should be especially mhd-
and the advancement ot
: and growth
throughout the South and especiallyin )
4 bundanroiav not destroy them. j than ten hours per day I would and public! sanitation of tie Stare. ful of >he juvenile offenders againstthe

t1 "'\_ The' ('Qtroll r'3 Report submlt- i recnrompcd that no person !less than Since the Legislature cf 18S9. in apeaial law and should strive by every 'South Carolina! where a law cre- the various counties depends largely
the faithful and efficient administration .
tH thuwjiat he assessed valuation i! IS years of age be permitted f.> _nee : session In its wisdom established means in our power to make of this ating the Department of Agriculture. upon
of tile wState) In 1901 $97- class useful members of rather Commerce and Immigration! has been : of the duties of this office
was I firm the duties of train dispatcher the State Board of Heal h, it has: society for the tear 19--)fi was II I I or railroad telegraph operator upon I amply justified the action of those Dan confirmed and hardened crim established and has accomplishedmuch and the best and most worthy citizenship -

IHJ.01S 1. thus: showing a gain for i wr-r/se menages train are dispatched: who brought it into existence. In inals: and charges upon society. The in the way of securing desirable should be available for It. I

tk* perfect five year of $H ,"C1.- or handled. The records of ;he Railroad I I several of the larger cities of the State needs of the State Reform School. foreign immigrants both as perma- would therefore strongly urge that

7J. or i per cent. Commission show tha: for the 12j I i there have occurred more or less seri- locate at Marianna should receive nent settlers and as skilled: and other you consider the advisability of making

Taxation.Tanti i j months ending June 3i;). 19')G, there ous oubreaks: of typhoid fever during your careful consideration. Much: laborers. I recommend the careful tae office of County Commissioner

should) receive your earnMt. I were killed: by railroad !accidents in the! past y-'ar. This. I believe, Interest in this mater: is aroused study of the provisions of the South i: a salaried and !bonded office, grade

ears! and early attention. Di this state fifty employes and nine pas- is entirely: unnecessary, and preventable throughout the State and whateveraid Carolina law, ant the enactment of a I by the assessed valuation of the county .

tot dla'he preparation and consi.J. j sengers. and four hundred and thirty when proper investigations are is practicable should be given to similar statue adapted to our needs. such salary to be sufficient to sty-

ration the various appropriation '1 seven employes and passengers ia- made as to the source of infection: the movement. I believe a statute authorizing a con- cure men of the highest integrity and

sad re vie buts concerning this! most !s jured. It is', therefore your duty to I whether of tN! water or milkupply, Florida Hospital for the Indigent In- servative expenditure of public money ability! of your counties in this post-

tmporta ma ter until: the work of f throw every safeguard: and protection iI i or other !to ':1.1! conditions, and the!: necessary sane. by the counties in advertising their tion.

the clog days of the session: will I :to the public: : around the lives of those i measureV.r. to re hove The work of this institution is before resources and attractions for settlers Race Problem..

prevent* proper and careful consideration employed in the railroad traffic of this such cars.M wh pn ftuM. and 10 prevent you in the report of its Superintendent !is a wise and b-neficlal measure, and I re"ommend a resolution memorializing .

The cardinal principle oftuaUols j State, as well as the traveling public. th.5ir r.uIT"'nThe State Captain B. F. Whitner. I should he passed by your body. the Congress of the Unite

_fo distribute the burden and no reasonable precaution should! Board of Hea'th dos cot eX"'i'd"'e Its I commend to your careful considerationthe Tourists and Settlers.In States to purchase. territory, either

equally Under the system as now be neglected which will afrthis jurisdiction! over health matters ia suggestions made for the improve- connection with the encouragement j domestic or foreign and provide

perati tuxes are collected: in the ; protection.! :: You should! pass such \i such case: -. e\cw non the! request ment in our (treatment of this important of immigration comment should: I means to purchase the property of the

valou,ounr's: and remitted to the I sututes as will Jake it maada'ory j ji lof the bes! hati! 'lut'!OrI ies, and it I matter and trust that you will I also be made upon the large amountof I I negroes, at reasonable prices and to(

Srate*d then sent back to the counties i upon the nearest: justice of the peace, should be empowered t > take charge :j I take such legislative action as will revenue the citizens of the State transport them to the territory purchased

ftpurely county purposes and acting as ccroaer. to proceed immediately of such c". litfons! and to make such accomplish the needed reforms. derive from the winter: tourist by the United States. The

ezpenares.a [ to where any person has, been rules and regulations as may be most Fish and Oysters. I travel from States to the north of us. United States to organize a govern-

ThetD1ptroJlf>r'i Report was: Bal i killed in any accident or train wreck. effectual: hi controlling and preventtng : Recent investigation of what is !e-I I Especially is this true of tHe cities ment for them of the negro race: to

ance. 27.Sfi3.44: : direct tax. 1904. an.1 to hold aa inquest and ascertain such outhrfajfs of typhoid fever' ing done in other States has impressed and towns on the Atlantic! and Gulf protect them from foreign invasion;.

!$*. 6. $189.4J2.12: : other sources J the cause of such accident and who and other dieJses."oa cannot ;I me more than ever with the importance coasts of Florida: though the inland to prevent white people from living

|S7:, 90. making a total of $ S9n ,- I is to blame therefor. would recommend afford gentlemen :'o sacrifice )life I of proper regulations and pro- towns have also profited. Experience among them on the territory and to-

: 4 There were disbursed for I that the express companies anti danger health! from migrating bad:
"Y I through I tection of the Fish and Oyster has shown that the places which prevent negroes
expr f I..t" islativeo. Executive the telegraph and telephone lines of e:'!-er ITC!, of scientific information! try of our State and I desire Indu-I to the United States. 1 believe this
have been the most prosperous in this
add Jcial Departments of the State : the State be placed: under the jurisdic- I on the subject: or through negligence you to pass such laws as, upon an investigation line are those which advertised their to be the only hope of a solution oC

idasitration in 191);. $154.275.24.and j tion of the Railroad Commission. I !I or iaiiiff-Tf'nre to public! lualrh on the of this subject you find f the race problem. More especially
advantages me thoroughly and
other purposes, $GiS,977.a9.ThPcelpta : !; would recommend a law regulatingthe cart of the )Irca! authorliies. most adapted to our needs. I ,. do I make this recommendation for the!
I County Commie ers and city and
from the General Revenues issue of stocks, and bonds by corporations Tu rculosis. Good Roads I good of the white race; to keep sweet
levied for each of the : town Councils si tld be allowed to
years modeled upon that of those Sta !"''cs and recent !investigations Probably: could the lives of the white people; to keep:
I no one improvement I reasonable
spend a amount of the pub-
IMfiul 19M amounted to less than
I States where it is In successful oneri '
show that their conscience ket a and clean! .
c'Tzunsptioa. cr pulmonary be useful valuable and enjoyable -
more ,
lic money from time to time in advertising -
JJMM and this! goes fn o the Gen-
at ion. I would be understood
not asi
i tuberculosis The of the Public to Correct
prevails: to analarmirg to tile people of Florida than a : Right
through printed matter and
f'rahf'nue'unJ; but from this fund i recommending the lessening: of waes. CI
for extent and claims many system! of Good Roads. Beginning otherwise the advantages: and resources Information.
ipp-riations alone .
paid to nploye, but would recommend -
victims '. I
ann ial'.y. Persons afflicted Accurate information furnished to<
will the In
we seat ,
amctlng to $:'):501), were made for that the railroads be prohibited say, county of their: respective counties and
:I with consumption should be promptly each county, and from there branching I the people is good for the people.
municipalities view of inducing
,ft. 9dSanJ; further appropriatlnr' from paving less han the average i iI a -
| reported to the proper health author- cut approximately east and west, Inaccurate or false information I is bad
r schools amounting to E202i. :: : .- laborers I i more tourists to come to Florida I
,; wage paid to :and em- ,. ities in order that such regulations I I north and south through the thickly I for the people as it may deceive
.- made for the- 19M-07. and settlers to
I yeJr of other indi- more permanent come
1 pl'M corporations or i as may be necessary to prevent the settled and desirable portions of them and in that way be of financial
T TH will! b- seen that while: a tax vlduals for the same cass of labor or.I 'I' into our midst and help develop the
I spread cf this disease can be enforced the county and connecting at the benefit or in some other way profit
#- !I.>\'}f Hj mills Is nominally made! splendid resources that Florida af-
foifce General Revenue Fund for !t employment. : and Itt:?; location known. This !" county lines with similar systems in fords. able to the persons furnishing or

Education. should! apply! net the such false and inaccur-
t'aut the 1905: and only to the "stran adjacent counties having in view disseminating
: 190C.
years none! In to this I State Life Insurance.
of e from such are I .! regard impor.ant subject ger within cur gates." bu. to the peo a general system of roads running'east a e Information. A newspaper pub.
p'eHpt levy
1 but little than Since the adjournment of the last
can say more was ple of FlorHa as well. In this connection and west and north and south lishirg accurate information to the
UI fur the ordinary expenses of thesince I in to the Legislature I have much
suggested Legislature given
my message' -
addition all I wish to call to your atten- through the State or as nearly on public is a good institution A news
St. in to paying of 190! ). Too much consid- thought and study to this subject, and
1 T of collecting and I tion, and urge upon your favorable these courses as will serve the people paper publishing inaccurate or false
ro I eratlon cnnnot be given to the subject have compiled much daa: and information -
(consideration the offer of best. This would
DJohn mean ultimaelymany : information to the! public innocently
funds above
ire mentioned mor&Dr of our public! schools and their needs relating to the subject of
E. Enais. Xarcoosee Fla. miles of road and would haw
'Is taken from the General Rev made is harmful; wilfully: is positively bat
y j and while w auH rot neglect the State Life
s Insurance. investi-
Fund for Schools! alone than I I to the Stat> through the State Boardof I to us much immigration and add a and a menace: to the public welfare.i .
et goes
lilt from ma Ion. 'j t! demands cf higher education ia the Hearth and receiving their sanc- I value to our property, perhaps doub- gations have convinced me that the recommend that it be made a misdemeanor -

Florida State Troops. i State we :saould: : primarily con ijttI tion and in'orsemf'nt. This phil- ling the assessed valuation of the idea advanced in my message to the for any person or persons

i th s needs and demands of the common anthropic effort of Dr. Eanis is the State before the roads were completed. Legislature of 1905 is practical! and to circulate through a news bureau
i Ik a matter for congratulation tot :(schools for it is here that the vast beneficial and should receive the
i first organized attempt to do anything I assume from the data obtained or newspaper, any literature bearing
people of this State that the or- I irajority! of our future citizenship must for the unfortunates aSIicted: with that the amount of money and careful investigation of this Legis- fake information to the public, uponany
ied militia of Florida 1 16
>'; being i look to receive their equipment; for I I consumption whether towards stran- labor expended for road building now, lature. public! question and to make it a
efficient basis. l I
tdly put upon an fie duties of :life, and nothing! should gers or natives in Florida and he equals 5-mill tax; which on the present -I Lobby. misdemeanor for to maliciously
any person -
\t attention Is respectfully! invited
i Da ieft undone to meet this demand has generously offered to valuation! of
donate to $.142,000,000. means Side by side as the two most lasldicus print any mis-statement or
tth recommendations these
lout matter contained upon In the anti I I especially should the demand forearnest I the Stalin fee simple: this valuable 5710,000 per annum. Suppose the and dangerous elements entering |1 falsehood about any candidate, or

I qualified! teachers! imbued property provided that the State. State should issue bonds for $10- into the work of the Legislature are !
report of the Adjutant: General about any public official which r tea :.1
with high Ideals and devotion! to rheir through the Board cf Health will)) appropriate 000,000 bearing per cent interest, the lobbyist and the "grafting" leg-
cm it of utmost importance that to: destroy: the confidence of the people -
I' I caring--second!! to nose-receive your funds :'o adequately conductthe selling the bonds as many as are necessary islator. In every State of the Union
t should provide for the erection: ofrultabe in the candidate or officer; and
.J\ consideration, and every reasonable experiment a sufficient time to per aaaum, to obain: sufficient the subject has called forth the
; State Arsenal at some cen- that the publication or distribution or
j a-cans employed o raise the professional determine the feasibility: and practicability money to carry on the road
denunciation! the
I point in the State.Franchise : strongest : rev- either, be made prima facie evidence
p I standard and the pay of teach- of such philamhropy.! work. I estimate that it would take elations brought forth In instances
Tax many of the inten'lon of the person or persons : -
I ers especially In the rural schools.i State Pardoning Board. about cne y .ar to get the work in show that they have In
I recommend th. enactment of a no so publishing or distributing same.
1 would for
I'i suggest your consideration No mortdiflf'ult or uaplea.-am! dotes operation, and five years more to case been too strong or severe. The
w authorizing the levying of a tax: State :aid fur the salary! of teachers or I I further recommend that a law b*.
spend the $10,000,000 therefore
are conferred upon the Executive ; we evil is one as difficult to eradicate
Oil fraca5es.! I therefore a- enacted authorizing the County Solicitor
urge I
'j ; and
rt rau standing proficiency !in
will that the first wouldbe
than those! say year we

ro-.aect-d with tb it is for
I dangerous: while to
.at a law be enacted making fran- I j rural schools.! The success of tb' even or State Attorney in any county
compelled to interest on mil-
State Board Pa10ns.h pay a
11.| .> taxable at their real value I consolidation of schools! into o y cac- citizen and interest the opportunity to file; information either In the Cir
country lion dollars for half which
come be'ore this Beard for a year
fe'r ?i l should be given to be heard
ad taxed 1\1 other! property either upon any cuitCourt or the Criminal Court of
rural graded schools where it ha,.
tion. The eircnnan"Ps 'i ;; would be $:!O.ouO: second year, two
)Itt.-r with the tangible propertyi been a.tempted is marked and r-nc and every matter of interest or mo- Record.or If the Circuit Court Is at that
very for the p\ercise of the rHonirrpower million for one )year SOoOO; third
'd' :c connection with the franchiser should! b<* adopted wherever the means I year : four million for one ment to them pending before the Leg time in session bring to the attention
are generally sr h asa year I
ffovaratt !b'. of transportation make it practicable.By ; islature yet 'his opportunity to bc of the Grand Jury for Investigation the
$1C LOOO fourth six million for
; ,
arisen sine eon"i.-Mn aid s'''!'!f''I'P. year
Railroad LeQIII! tlon. heard should 03 so guarded that !tr fact of the of publishing
this means the pupils in presence any
country one $240,000 fifth eight
and which preseah" *' matter in suetshare ; year
In discussing the question! concerns may not be used as an opportunity to
districts have the same advantages or distributing agency publishing
as million for :
as wo'iM' oroba )1\- have resulted one year. $) O.OOO; and
: the operation of railroads in this In the debauch and corrupt the legislature or distributing false or mis-lead-
i the pupils graded schools in tJo'! : In an acqulrrsl if properly sixth year ten million, for one year any
?!a' I dt wffuU! realization prp- by methods which will not bear tr
so city as they do the same work follow Ing literature, that they may be investigated
I enud in the courts below at the tr'al: $400,000: and that a sinking fund tai
"f -r" mutual obligations: and dept light! of public! y.Bucket.
and Indicted information
the class or
dame organization and .
For some years tie Stlprp'I'UIJr" I be levied to pay off the said bonded
? ttfp e which exists between the from the rural Shops.o filed according to the law. We
directly graded i ,
.. I PASS acted on the! Board of Pardons and debt which should be paid off in 30
ra n .'i4 and toe public. Unreasonable schools into advanced trades of the In !some instances granted pardons i-r : years. In my opinion this loan could mere pernicious and dangerousform take every precaU'ion to preserve tree

: and onerous burdens should noth I city graded or high schools-a result we* which had bean before them on be taken care cf and the present! of gambling! exists today than from misinformation! or any influence G

+ laiJ upcn these corporate enter- I very nearly Impracticable: in the one- appeal and which had been affirmed ) roads kept up. and the new ones mad what is known a; the Bucket Shjp. which will prevent a true and Just

p! which! hate so materially and teacher, ungraded country school. Tile I II ay them.Vtiy? Because, while. interest paid on the bonded debt, You should pass a statute making the verdict, the juries in our courts.

esreclally: developed the resources of I work of the! schools throughout! the I tie!: requiments of a technical! admin and a sinking fund provided with a maintaining of a bucket shop a felony Shall we not also take care that that

our Srate. I again! recommend asI late should be systematized and graded istration of the criminals laws had 5-mill tax levy, which is no more punishing every one furnishingin great jury the people, to whose ver-

I did 'o the I.egtita'ure of 1905 that I as nearly as possible in regardto been met, vet there were such facts I!i than they cost you now. any way by telegraph! telephone dict-public opinion-all must bow,

tfce Railroad Commission be made a I quality of work done and method* and circumstances surrounding the'i Game Wardens and Protection of private leased wires, or otherwise shall! not be misinformed and deceived
J !lltutlonal branch of the State and studies pursued. Such a S'stt'nt.ould case presented to them a* called for]. Forests. any information whereby the bucket by designing interests and news

v l o ercaieat." In view! of the very be of mutual benefit to teachers the exercise of clemency. It is the I. The shop is maintained operated or car- bureaus and newspapers controlled

.*rloufc conditions brought about by i and pupils throughout the State. duty of this Board to take cognizance'I past two years have ried en. Owners of buildings; shouldbe and directed by Them for their own
tfc* lack of physical equipment of I also recommend that a conservative of these facts and circumstances and s urgency strength-I prevented from leasing their prop- private and personal ends I recon

mans of the railroads In this State, I outline or course of study be deviscJ to equalize justice! so far as It Is II;I tions made to the Lt ; erty to any bucket shop, and the mend that a statute be eaacted maxing -
and the In regard to Game Wardens and For
consequent loss and damageto and prepared 'for the guidance possible. As required by law, a complete : owner of any building where one is public mendacity a misdemeanorand
tie busier and the loss of life and school est Protection.! I believe that gamu
of our teachers officers, statement of all pardons grant-I: maintained should be punished as a punishing any newspaper writeror

led the Increased danger to passeaS and as a standard for their work, byl I ed. sentences commuted, fine and wardens charged with the rigid en- principal. The Legislature of Georgia editor or publisher who deliberately : -

lit traffic.! I also deem it proper to the Sate Superintendent, with such forfeiture* remitted since the convening ,I: forcemeat of carefully! drawn game at the session of 1906, passedan and intentionally writes or pub-

I rfft my recommendation to fie II exj ert and professional assistance as of the last Legislature is placed laws, providing for a sufficient 11- act upon this subject, which, 1 lishes an article that is untrue, and

a..,.,.. legislature of 1905 In regard to empowering i ;;.ou may gee pn tier to furnish him. before you. cease to be paid by those persons am informed has stood the test ot making the public printing of an untruth -

the Railroad Commission to : 'with JL veo: nj'tJting; the needs: ot State Convicts and Prison Systems. !l I I hunting or taking game to pay the expenses courts, and which should afford! assistance prima facie evidence of the mis_

make suitable! provision for the inspection ': e :'11:11: : cfct. > :'" as well a;i hosed I The care and proper reatment of I I of executing the game laws, I II in framing a proper and effective demeanor. Respectfully submitted.

of the physical condition ol!!,'! u.u = i.. ., ..C..1 ta 1.3 larger Wwn. i, the prison class i* a problem! of many I weald: be of' (oeaefit to the tate. L'ntoid! law upon this subject I Ir'o' N, B, BROWARD, Governor-.


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. j; I S ARE MADE.
Fla., April 2, 1907. When the National Homecraft bill f fI Bt It Feints a Mcr-l From a Ver

for board Marion of public county.instruction Florida, met in shall have become a law. the government I!fI Mr. Henry M. Flagler is said tohave ". 0.-Cinsry incit'ert. J MEET ME FACE TO lACE r
shall have entered on the new It vua I.t'ITJ'I"tlOll.; ; ..' r" 0
the second day of April, 1907, in i i ., a Smyrna rug in his beautiful ,
era whose sign is to be the Homecroft was f1st ; n\I fur'ous. It \\a" l:. .. [.;If-
session with Isaac Stevens Palm Beach which
residence at cost
[Village, it will be found that its expression -: room; tLe I'kce. VasLx..u.: ;
B. R. hitch and J. S. --
wil. be mainly seen in struc- : $14,000. Insnjrinjr Lcld John'"yvorn: ; 1-
present. 1I
'tures of concrete. The perfection and Mr. E. L Ha.rrlsmerical consulat U'but cancers thou ci-t m.ike uSCOT > ,
of the last meeting were I
adoption of this material to all the Smyrna tells in one of his reports I '
and approved. tYT tipper nv we foar n e\ 1.:
purposes of building, just in advance TTi' Ii'q.tba wc'U ';11' Uie il: .!'
superintendent stated that he ;how these rugs are made which may '
all of the inauguration of the Homecroft And so ono of this pasty invitM !'f'v-
sent out notices to trustees
prove of interest to some of our 'I .
supervisors, that if they were sat- :movement, is a significant coinci- .readers. I en companions b jon him ia u driaL: '

teachers dence. It compensates for the grow- ; of Tetl Hckcr." and tLey sat-
with their present to j He
ling deficiency of timber, and affords says:
them for another year if they I ia j The celebrated "Smyrna carpet" is Dousing at the nappj"I I! Watch t Means
material at once plastic, easily ma-
An' getua' iou an' UhO happy.
) but if they desired a change made in it ;
: not Smyrna: is a product; '
nipulat d. fife-proof durable and
looking for teachers at of the valley of Aldin, of which TLe man rl.'.nkl'd"lown a doll-r: I Irsp j '-
amendable to all the requirements of z Dollars
.Smyrna is the capital. The chief; and fresh from the treasury 'i b<* j

were a number of communi- j I utility and beauty. !places of manufacture are account was *.qacriHl; the scorei: j
For concrete is limited
IS before the board statin that j no longer lages of Usebak, Koule. the'il'l. paid. lie wa a family wan and \vik-!: Space To You
j i in color without the application of
5 and supervisors could not 'ri, Melessos, Kirkagatsck. Axar and j ed across tie street to a meat stnim 1 -
until they knew just what 'paint, to a dull, prison-like gray. IrIs The and ordoreJ t\.o PUUJK'.S of round j
Demirdjit. industry gives employmentto -
111\ no longer absorbant of -
would necessarily sceik. The sujiplied; him and j 'J
and length of term thousands of jrrocer S
and therefore The people
The board decided to make esti j water damp. formsin who asked :;O cents as the l'l'ke.11:1::" |I k V
especially women, are obliged I
which it be moulded
I! of the expenses for next term can are as do the almost the man roared. ""'bllt! Fifteen rents ;, .
to work entirely'While ,
various j
1 I : fix salaries at the May meeting. as those of plaster of Paris. the men spend their time in the a pound for round steak! It U a )highway -
Reinforced at little cost, with wire or
Hoard. 1 light iron rod it becomes service- :coffee houses drinking strong coffee rubberyl"And :

secretary was instructed to !'I able for horizontal, construction-as :and smoking numberless cigarettes,, H we go through life prodigal I' I _

in the minutes, that at the next i all in true Oriental fashion. Little In buying luxury and miserly in buyIng -
I the first Tuesday in'ay,1 I floor-beams rafters and the likes necessity. That man had noon- )
'girls are compelled to take up the \7
" 1111I1I" timber or iron. You can build
of bU illogical a'tlonsIsendiua -
will consider the question I I ceptiou ; :;
iwork early at seven or ten years of;
"" I school 1[houses, now, of concrete colored or dollar for liquor that be and Lis comrades I
a" t it will operate any II'faced with colored material incorporated .age! :; at the latest, and they keep at it A. FRANK.
of I[ would have been the letter with
cannot make an average
(l"'Ut'Ic pupils. That some average will with the body of blocks, !i|unceasingly until they go to their out and kicking a bole in the ceiling! on THE NEW MANAGES

; or of tint de ired. The 'graves
future any & concrete account of a purchase of U-ef to the
r d upon and in the The market for the wools is held
C' )I) all I village will afford examples both of i j elnrjre; of 30 cents that he could ill do
adhered to and per 'every Thursday from dawn to sunsetin YOU. ALL KNOW 'HIM
.ruf I' : 'harmony and contrasts in color as well without Man can live without booze
this subject can ap
interested the bazaar of Uschak. which is
),. t4i.u as of endless variety in architectural tLe Las be Invented
ut mUD yet to I
its next
before the board at reg- j
then filled with purchasers who han'arrin'd
shapes, to the delight of all lovers of ,, who can get along without food. j

iIftiiIAI meeting. of the .beauty. on buffaloes. camels donkeys Tills Is no sermon This newspaper |

decided that in'iew claims j I And then the material of which the 'and other picturesque beasts of burden never preaches. What we Intended to [ TijE BOSTON STOIE?
that there are so many The wools are not dyed
tI.t Portland spun
cement can be made, which
salaries and other ex-t i say and all we intended to say was to
I4SIIttd14 is the basis of modern concrete is i by the weavers themselves but by I
the call attention to the truth.
that at the May meeting ( I
I special dyers. West of Court House
so universally abundant! According
will decide whether or not it ; All the world's! a !stage!
More than 3.000) female
us. mills for to the geological survey, it Is found in weavers are And all the men anJ.wornen mcrel> flay
%. for the full seven form in almost in''employed at Uscfcak: in the preparation ers. r '......... ,_ --
some ="
every county --- =--JII: :'''''= :I '_'

I %41th purposes. the state the United States. Twenty per cent. of carpets. The operators are The very be..t of us have need of thetbarity -

( was read from will 'of the nation's area is underlaid with :generally members of the same fam- of our brothers anti sisters.Washington .-

tnt.. saying that there limestone, chalks, etc., from which its ily, but there are a number of girls l'st.GOOD W. A, NIGHT' E. LANG.

. convention of county superin who earn from six to seven cents a
.u. % i made. It be
can never controlledby t
and school board members : trust. day. The Ghiardis carpets are gen- _
' anrr principals jfceld in Tallahassee, Tools and molds have been devisedof erally smaller than those of Uschak. COLLATERAL. ANNOUNCEMENl
17 to 19, and urged each board
Very fine closely woven
steel by which a "bill of concrete"s prayer carpets
dr&gr.41 they send representatives. It i shaped and dimensions suitable for and of harmonious colors are The Way Tom Fitch of Nevada Used We have just purchased<< the \\:0 gon atrt Harness busine ot Mesr.:
>d that the expenses of the I in imitation of the Persian to "Raise the Wind." S. A. Standley &
Company and
produced ,
'any house can be supplied. And the ] propose to: add to he stock obods every
Ih.. superintendent and one mem '1 carpets. Tom Fitcii of Nevada! was a bright thing that is needful to make it COMPLETE LINE in
concrete can be put together; with less ely sense of
L (Ita the board be paid to said con- 11 waste. Or it can be molded into the The carpets are made into bales of fellow and one of the best writers and the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagonm the mar

1.,1.. of,: I building: directly, by the use of differ- ':2SO pounds each and covered with C stump speakers of the west, but he ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handU great variety -
bord discussed the question :goat skins. The caravans pass the 'urns thriftless and when be got hard of vehicles ether of which we stand
t tIit' and!'?nt systems of steel molds. These can ready to fully g1JintCQ.I .
,piI41iXb1 text books for the state dec.I I je used for thousands of buildings 'night in tbe open country at the foot up would resort! to almost, any meansto

passed the following / of hill. the drivers under get a stake. High Grade
( some tents Buggies, Serviceable
that Ganges
:successively, so the cost on each ,
: their in the One day he wrote a scathlnc speech I
'cU louse, when series mol the camels and loads Unexcelled
of a of villages is tobe Wagons Harness
board of public l noundng Sharon then of ,
pen air.'ery large carpets. too president
fur erected, will be
It ttI county Florida, is in favor of very slight. I heavy to be packed are folded and I j I
of System of text books for A Big Easter Bouquet. thrown across the backs of the cam- Tnlted StttP"j'natl.r from evada.In .

WIu14 of Florida.. That our rep- els in the form of covering.. When it he charged Sharon with almost Turpentine Wagons a Specialty
and The biggest bouquet we have ever
thfe legislature I
the carpets arrive in Smyrna they very crime known to tbe Decalotrueortbe
do all they noted an editor receiving is the one We are Always in Position to
be asked to Meet the Prices cf :
statute lIe the Cactitijn.
beaten and Ina
'given are spread out. repackedin put manuscript

N) I pass a law for uniform text ,j I I!I its enthusiastic the Atlanta and Journal ardent by admirers one of bales weighing 300 to OoO pounds large: envelope and walked Into the I We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White H>cfw: Turpentine l

each for Bank of California."tb I'ion its Easter editorial exportation. and FarmKnight
board recommends that | page. is Won.
this "
"Here, Ie said to the cashier handing I
be made gradually upon j:the way the enthusiastic reader scat- I
e MR. FISHEL APPOINTED. tbe par-kaga through the window
qiol. of the con-i srs too flowers over the writer in.
caiflhitf "here are some securities whkh I offer & Lang
that is now under question:
each for county certain number of I' "The Atlanta Journal's editorial Ex-Governor. L. Douglas, of as collateral on a loan. Please hand -
U j ( Easter Massachusetts, has bEen wanting to them to Mr. Sharon in person, and I >_> \
on when
.ai'i page Sunday,
That this hoard further rec-j properlyread ,I will wait for his Successors Standlev and "o. )
establish an agency in central Flor- answer.
aloud is .
that the books be selected more eloquent than the I
committee consisting of five sermons of Cicero or Demosthenes.It ida for his celebrated $3.50 and $4 j Mr. Sharon; was in his private office. -- --- -- -.------ --- ------- -- 'j

teachers holding state certifi combines the religion of the preacher shoes, and it has fallen to Ocala's I I Breaking the seal of the nvelope. he -

Ii.. to be selected by the "Florida with the eloquence of the orator; good: fortune to secure the same. Ex- found the speech and read It through LANDS.

*( Association," and the I the wisdom of the statesman with the ,Mayor Fishel has been given the together with a note from Fitch Informing

agency. Ex-Governor Douglas says him that unless be was paid it'Vou_ have lands wish to sell
Superintendent, who bhall be acumen of the politician; the simplicity I! I you lease or r%
%..4fu.n. of his shoes are unequalled. He says $;.((I() be would deliver that spp.ell1lu or if
and that no two of the com a child with the erudition of I I you want to buy lands for fanning,
the sage; the purity of woman with that the $4 shoes he makes are guaranteed every town In the state. In a few minutes grazi ,
shall be from the same coun turpentining or lumber
S the strength of man, the fervor of a as good as any $5 shoes made. the cashier: on Mr. Sharon's order purposes,

caut board then adjourned to med crusader, with the sympathy of a' Call on M. Fishel for Douglas shoes. reported that the collateral was .

I, morning at S:30 sister of charity; the beauty of poetry All styles and all shapes. x I all rIght and paid the happy Fitch the ', Write toi

ii. Iililt O'clOCk'j with the of II i de.-lred amount
common-sense the
morning the prose; I i BLOUNT REAL
with full board pres- .intensity of the sun's hot rays by. Lamar and Kehoe. I Three months afterward. having : ESTATE !Q

day with the gentler influences of the Tis said that the coming campaign | gone through the money In speculation I i I OCALA F140R

{' reports and other ac moon that shines into the shadows of between Hon. J. Walter Kehoe and I and dissipation Mr. Fitch made his ID\.

r % were examined, approved and the night. Hon. W. B. Lamar, in the second congressional appearance with another speech this I -
'SI paid. I i "It is worth transmitting to generations district of Florida will be time of a very complimentary cburae-I --- .

lI treasurer's report was examin-r: yet unborn and by them regarded a I I Tb. nKf Diking t 11*

approved as follows: as a priceless heritage. politics for a long time. Surely j every convenient opportunity for the i great statesman by becooiinx president ,rnor a message 11 his in* rH
report . . .$ .01 If a copy of the Woman's Washington county will come in for same amount. ThU. too proved good! h. was only an ordinary poll 'o memuralite I't'CoMI\iMUOQ 4

!iviltL L I from A. C. Croon state '}:Easter Edition of the Ocala Banner its share of attention during tbe lime collateral, and the story would never tk-ian and bent so far as to wrIte fo territory Kher congres.domestic"to rebse-4'

. . . S33.23 I'had fallen under the observation of '1 the candidates are on the stump. This have coine to light It Fitch had Dot In j Harriman "to have the republican and PN\'Id. mes or>rHgn'
1 this gentleman do believe a moment of drunken frnnknws, told 'party." Mr. Harriman '. ,! ,0 pu,,- t"
from \V. D. Cam mon we not there i 1 county stood third in the last general sa> rbat..*> .Property of the

,, t tiit for libraries . Si'.Ort I would have been flowers enough in.i 1 election in number of votes polled, being It himself. : made a personal apf*>al to him .ad l'rtftIw. aid to a egrue at r$1sabIe

from E. L. Carney, levy ''I.1 the state of Georgia for him to have'i i surpassed only by Jackson and wanted him to raise I2M.I**) to wb**! ''t territory II'Uaport tbn tii.

I "rt . . . 3S47.1St 11 used in expressing his admiration for Escambia, counties. Both gentlemen I H. Was Willing. New York state Into rbe republican :StatH. Tile pUfVkand by the 8Itf'd'

lal.iii E. I.. Carne polls j i it 1 have hosts of friends here and A good, kind man unfortunately married 'Column. Mr. Harriman do<8 DOt atate I ts. a t'.ittod scat.. brpD

I I'I . . . 101:. O I I _. .throughout the county. It is hard to) a shrewish wife and the woman !''whether' or not he raised tb' rae ,
Indians That are Idealists. predict just how the county will go on I changed his nature. One morning! after money the president rt-qiHnMed of bin, ;;eIi 10 prt4'e u... lb fur

receipts . .$7722.56: At the National hotel Is a tall. dark- election day. The congressman ha hU wife bad call*! hIm a good for :however, tbe insurance cofBftt i- 1!,pko from.y....; to """ ."C w. J'

(1"11 during March GlHiO.53: haired gtntleman, in quiet clothes, been on the ticket before and many nothing loafer and HtiaU-Led his breakfast res-pondfd to urgent appeals ma4e to ;,wrrtIOl' UVIM au th.1 the

, *-II "who is registered as S. H. Sequiche. will remember if when they see it F t I away lie started off. hungry and i them and some of the oflfe*r o*-,1' Nd 10 prevMIrtt croe..

- treasury . .$:! 2.01 He is a representative of the Cherokee again. Mr. Kehoe has been before th
treasurer's report for tt*, spec- |I tribe of Indians, of which he is a .people constantly as state attorney in entered I the 'ar he was on. She got 'scious stricken, have repktctti tteI it..1 ., .he .)'S, 't1 to thIy -

districts were approved 1 full-blooded member. He is a graduate this circuit and has won the admiration into a violent: dIspute with Hie" condiutjr i I sums contributed out of their private Ii bripe" of a IOhll'ot t rafi
t] over I her change. rest PI'UbIM. ... .
Finally. lie
funds. II sy
the following balances: j of Carlisle and talks with great and esteem of many by his earnest 11M.. t rt'('
with rage. she looked about ber and OMe4IMJ for
$ 50.9S: McIntosh, $321.10: i interest of his tribe, he says: "We and close application of bin at the Joi rbt-
said "In there a gentleman In this : I While 1'IItN' ; to
20.21; : Fantville. $59.24 : !are the only Indian tribe that has suc'ceeded tention to his duty as a public officer. : Tom Watnon's Mafati Nfl ttetj t he keep ._. tlw a. lit
who will stand by and see a lady Insulted wh&t. .... .
$::19.3C; Reddick, J05.7G; ; in reducing our language to lie has made no enemies even among j I Governor Vartlaman is a gentiisa.i to st1. ; 10 u., till.('Ull

\. $IGtj9; Mayulle, $23.02: ; j writing.:, Our alphabet has eighty-two those whom he prosecuted in discharge had? The been hungry spoiled man rose whose eagerly.nature his finger tips and ay. fee CM
$116. ;); Citra $tG1.S0; 'letters and since we have had it we of b's duty.-Washington Verdict I poetry by the best pmu by th boar ---- -----
"Yeo. madam he
said "I will.0The T.
l Farm, $ :;l.4O; Huck Pond {have made great strides both in modern and is familiar with the best *tu3 ta WIION his a wister b,. ,u t.
Vh.. t
: : Sparr. $&6.7S; Candler $72.54: ; education and in keeping UI) the Nature of Love. the beet books. The Mississippi** .. aM fa... tl-. 4nIai. .1 'i ..

>hip $I H.69: Electra $2.00; 'history and the traditions of our race. : A Notable Edition. Love Is the river! of life In this world. .has made a complete capture of the lCr VPVIIdpi_ __
$31:::>.:1 : Martel. $17.44 ; Our nation is a nation of ideals and Sunday morning tbe Ocala Banner Think not that ye know It who standat I noted Georgian. .. (

$45.03: Capulet. $1.SS; I our trend of mind is toward roman- was taken in charge by the ladies of r the little .......
tinkling rill-the first small .......
'. $40.90; Cotton Plant. 133. Hicism. We know the significance of St. Margaret's Guild and was issued]I fountain. Not until you bave g me The exact location of the f.rd..n ......

: Lake $7.07; Oak Hill :the green of the trees: of the dew of as "Woman's Easter Edition:' It is i through the ''of Eden is Dot known. There
rtvky gorge* and not lost are rI!
; ; Moss BluS, $I.S..I: Fairfield .the grass; the beauty of the flowers: an exceptionally handsome production the stream; not until you Lave gina :.many, t.we'erbo are of (be opinion For Cold Sumrqei :

; Cottage Hill, $35.45; Charter the sheeny of the moon; the mystery well printed, well edited, well il. through: the rneadosand the stream that the exact spot is in the neighbor I I *
: Pedro $C6 Kendrick ''of the stars. We hate -
lustrated. The .
; ; always been frontispiece is a fine has widened and deepened until fleeticould ::hood of Apaiachicula tbe land of orange

; Ock'awaha' $::6.-17; Totals. idealists rather than materialists but half-tone reproduction of Bouguer- ride cpou. its bosom; not until blouioms aM eternal spring I I :

: 'we are assimilating modern civiliza- eau's magnificent painting, "Holy Women :Apalachicola Times. .
Ii" .
beyond the meadow( you have come to I '). 90. ,- ,
> being no further business the ,:tion and coming closer; to our stand- at the Tomb," and beneath it is the ---- : Vrs*
unfathomable:: ocean and poured 1Iwkr.J .
to meet the first ,;ard, we are losing of the I o :
; some our poetical printed thrilling words cf the Yellow :
yam ti4)11
your treasures into its depth*-not uct'.l potatoes are worth 11 W .. ... sad .
in fervor and are paying more at- hymn "Angels Roll the Rock Away." bushel in :
May.W. : then can tnow what love per Anateebieoia market .
D. CABS, Secy. I;!jtention to the useful arts. We are a i The paper consists of twenty pages i Henry \Vanl P>f'dH'r, : Not withstanding this fact there are c t :: ;w. ... .. : !
I moral nation. We believe in and is filled with articles of
monogamy high merit but a few ... who bend their energies :. Islir ....

Doing Business Again. j I and we love our wives and written by Ocala women, togetherwith Takes No C1! nces, and tb ir back. In the effort to 1. .... e-. I t. _.
khildren. .
my friends thought I was; We are hoping to make our many write-ups of the city's it : .; oft"' ;
; "Remeiniwr :grow potatoes.- -
said tLe kind edertj! Time-us at.; 15;
take leave of this world, onj;nation a sterling factor in the civilization 'stitutions. It is a credit to the community :: :
rEtIeouin, "that be I ... .
you may presiJentif
of digestion, nervousness ; of the United States for after to have been the birthplace "of ; 20...
the United States." "!' Hiior of tbe Milu* Star ... a.. .
: debility. writes A. A.I f all ('i. an< wer1 & : .., .... .
we are true Americans in fine because I
e'erysense.Was1.ington so an output, it is an indication -I ,the l .
: Treadwell, X. Y., "and t"l< the boy whose Jtlier is connected I Ihsrr Watt_ of the t1ori.ta ; .1 IIsmy 111

looked as if there was no hope Herald. of the high grade of mentality I .vitb! the race track "but look at the prw, in tnt M write tMHuri*l_ M:. V1.. t....... ... esam. I :
of its women and the ; lmN'p
I conspicuous
persuaded to try Electric I A Poor Organ. population of this country. I've only ,i with tengtk to tliHB.! tlM> are a'lIU! : 'l .It .1. e.. .
of its "
I public spirit 't
and 1 rejoice to say that tbey Dams newspaper men.- got one cbanco In deep aa4 broa4.-Itertm -
) the bile. That's what your million. I ain't playing CuuiVr .. ....
I doing busi Tampa Tribune. -- :lie :
me. am now
liver does if its torpid. Then the bile I S any bug shots like that."-Wa b- !Informant.:: : ARb ...... pIta. .
ain as of old, and am staill overflows into the ,., t
blood-poisons ington Star. .4I_.
daily." Best tonic medicine on Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema. J.-n.a
Guaranteed by Tydings & Co., system, causing sick headache, biliousness -, These are diseases which Chamber The Britfefe *Um&bIp. Cite (iru"... : P'vk.ims ('i4" YIh. J6t'1l

50c. m sallow skin, coated tongue, t t lain's Salve is especially valuable. It It Depends. cleared from Kraan NiM Iot .. 4: ...... Ime' \
B etc. stomach Ramon's dizziness treatment, fainting of liver spells ::'quickly allays the itching and smarting Toilette (recently married)-A man If for Hamburg wIth A ntnsu of t.,.... -17. I ,i

J. B. Hiers and son, of Jack and tonic pellets strengthens the liver pills;: and soon effects a cure. Price called a "Benedict" when lie Is mar. ;tine vahwi at ISI.OMWhooping =- -
25 For sale ,_ ,
cents. by all .
of Hiers and makes it druggists.m ried. What is a girl called nndrr the
are the guests Mrs. do its own work. Prevents -i t I : 'Phone

ft Mrs. S. E. Varterman. and cures these troubles. It aids NOTICE. same circumstances? Anna (alo recently CougH.I )

-doesn't force. Entire treatment 25 I married)-Well, It depend altogether I II hate wed Cbtaifcfflaia Cwvt

were still in evidence cents, Tyding's Drug Store. 2. I WANTED-By the Board of county *a what she marrie.J-Life. 1 i I Remedy in my fanUt s ta Cases .*, ,i O. K. GROCERY(

The thermometer having j 4 commissioners of Marion county. Florida Hooping : rough. sal ...HIt to t.U )<*
A big supply of sealing and We love in that it is the t .
40: degrees Tuesday morn- wax j a good competent and reliableman others what we lark Itourselves tt *drtiM I have
:, .: corks for sealing syrup bottles and ] for guard at the county jail aul would be evtrrjtklnr! but I eter used.-\\". K. (GaU., I. MW lia. t L: for Cook Book
Jars. Tyfiicgs & Co. Thin I Free
remedy ) for
l'' x 4-5-21 S. T. SISTRUXK, Clerk. what *'e ure.- toddarda bk bv all dryt(
4 t gtst,. I
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+ i Notice is hereby given that on the :I Ocala. Fla., Feb. 20, 191ji.I I
20th day of April. A. D., 190;, Ii I Notice is hereby given! that the undersigned The
intending and
M(at.oN will as Trustees of proposing ; '
CURE apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, i., Special i to organize a corporation a Ilt
'YO': MOW 'county judge in and for Marion! county j Tax School District Number One, in I der the general laws of the State un of I
S u c sit K ri tr ts: ulV! state of Florida, at his office inj i Marion i County, State of Florida (oth- Florida, relating to the organization i = t +' a
Ocala in said for order erwise known as Ocala School District "
rsMr er cat county an au- of corporations for :
profit, hereby make :
tlNNY tOt TO at TnF KS? mytmt 0A miURKf (authorizing me as guardian of the mi-i ) will, during the next regular session and
T row tNStASC IN JtOCK publish the
Of All KlliOViwtt I following articles of
mmt MI M AJH Mimf is'MI'UMOvKotnaTUCHHAN nor heirs of the estate of R. Y. Lanier | of the Legislature of the Stateof incorporation I
+ ? IS NOT A FOOD eottianras1ou r'y. and E. V*. Lanier, deceased toi, Florida, and sixty days after the I and proposed charter: I / eEt
K.K pet rt s Tpul .wl Swt t0 A sNaiA I. I II 1
,idate of this
sell at private sale the following prop- advertisement and the
+t[ >uiuct I The name of the corporation shall !
tOsS4tl su ++ttWOA uuctiii fAfiUFAci +[D BY2SCEMTSi erty belonging to said estate io-wui;publication thereof: according to law be PINE LUMBER i
ACKEnMANftSTEWARTWCONFEDERATE !' Northeast quarter of southwest appl to the said Legislature for the ('I the principal place of business shall \
quarter and south halt of southwest "enactment of a law. or laws the object be in the of t
city Ocala. Marion County i
quarter of section 9, township .13 \! and substance of which! will be I Florida and at such other places _
-- -- ----- -- ---- -
'south, range 22 east: and north halfj Ito I empower the said Special Tax I,!as the Board of Directors
MONUMENT. jof northwest quarter of section 1C, |! School District to provide for and to (lect. t'i + I
--4- township 15 south, range 22 east, !i j issue bonds or certificates of indebt- ,i } i I*
however from redness, not exceeding in amount the II. ,
excepting, the abo\ej:
The [uU! ')wing is the list of those I
,lands the following described tracts, 'sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($lIJ- The general nature of the businessto : .. -
"- L
11 hU bat ronrributed to the Confe-i- .. ..
042+101 the be
to-wit: commencing at the southwest ) proceeds of which to be transacted is. to conduct a sawmill
c 'all. uonunient to be erected by (corner of the northwest quarter of !used to liquidate present indebtedness I business buy acquire, lease, own

I>M*.. neon Chapter. United Daughters northwest quarter of said section 1C, of i i said School District, and to erect, j(mortgage sell and dispose of mills,

i>' I iti,' confederacy! In the courthouse hence north on section line :6I -'U |;,repair, enlarge, equip and otherwise I milling plants and all other propert. ,. ,., DSO ra

.int These contributums have been '!I chains! thence east C.C- chains thence :enlarge and increase the facilities of !!necessary: and advantageous in carrj- 1'l+ i tool !lit treasury. A list will be '[south 19..: ., chains thence east 3.15..the school buildings and property of I Ling! on a saw milling! business in- .. '
:Ichains ;slid: District. j,eluding lands and timber and timber : t I(I ti I I 1
|.ul>.i h Hi from time to time to show thence south 3.5 chains thence ..
the" int/'rest being taken in this great :least 2.19 chains thence south 3.45 chs. i B. A. WEATHERS, rights and personal property, and to + a
i J. E. CHACE engage in such other business -
: as is
aixi nOllh.ork.. to quarter-quarter section line thence ;
i: W. T. GARY not inconsistent with the
general -
11.91 chains
\|k Mlaim-s J. II. Uvingston, W. D. lint I i west, and excepting to also point tract roinmeoc-beginn-j''Trustees Ocala Special Tax School i pose of this organization and not tn !I

\\'hl'IbIUne. IMward Iad: (:r. Bertie District. -228ti ,violation of the laws of the State of i FOUR SAILINGS EACH WECK
,ling at a point 57.93; chains west of i HI Florida and the i ,
Mov.r* Otis Green. J. F: Chace R. i i United States. !j
northeast corner of Alvarez Grant in I
n. Thompson. Hannah Bell. C. J. III. j
(township 15 south, range 22 eat, FINAL SETTLEMENT AND I
I'M+I" :'ip'! .\. U. Hopkins, of Orange '. DIS- : The amount of '
thence 580 stock
north feet, thence wet : '>') i CHARGE. capital author !
La61 Mr Chora. I). S. Woodrow, John I',feet, thence south 300 feet thence :;; !' ized is the sum of Thirty Thousand1: and t New YQFfe

Ii++bert u+n. W. S. Durst, Townley Par least 200 feet thence south 28o feet :'Dollars, which will be divided into I

t.-r. II. L. Anderson F:. P. Moody, ''I jto Silver Springs hard road thence :!, Notice 3th is hereby given that on the three hundred shares of the par value ,
'' ; day of May. A. D., 1907. I
Minnie Powell: Misses Georgia Smith, ,east loo feet to point of beginning: !'the of One Hundred Dollars eub.I!
undersigned will present his and will be 'ailing at hrlu >n, + .bait
MarKurri Eagltton! Sal ah McCreary, i maid lands situate !lying and being in ,final paid in by a conveyance'.to trefa.
!I Marion county Florida. II |[ accounts and vouchers to Joseph the corporation by H. I... Anderson ; :;: rootr JTIAS I or an
for Sa. la'ille U. D. C.. Kirby Smith Dell. county judge. Marion county '
j Said lands belonging to the estate | as Trustee of certain lands. Umber .
of Gainesville, Fla Messrs Florida at his office at Ocala. and
Chapter ;
:,of the said R. Y. Lanier and E. V. i' timber rights saw mill and outfit, t i
Jam* (iiailger. I.. N. Green. Ex-)Iay Lanier. deceased to be sold for the ,make final final settlement and apply for milling outfit, and personal property ; CLYDE NEW ENGLAND ANC) SOUTHERN I 4pSJzcksonville

or IMwardu, h'srsbe Brown and i Lest interest of said: minor heirs. i discharge as administrator of .used in connection with and in the operation !
Uro T. W. Smith Ben Rheinauer C. This Sth day of February 1907. i3I. i estate November cf J. Porter Smith, deceased. of a saw mill the just \rater I II t M .r .. .., \01'" t ...

rite,'matif Chas. Tydings, Ben Ray- I' W. LEE 2, 1906.T. ation of which is hereby fixed by the 'I Boston sink "rrvtrfirma!
II II:95t N. SMITH.xs incorporators at the sum of Thirty and all Eastern Petms.
wir. 'apt. Inglis of Port Inglis; 1!:;- Guardian. Administrator of the Estate of J. Thousand Dollars.

\\' ,\\' ('!volt. J. A. Pittman ._Taylor Porter Smith deceased. 11-2-Gm I la, .. 41. K .. .
nrb1--. \'. Iiller, Z. C. Chambiss.! (: ?ORT INGLIS TERMINAL COM- j ,: IV.The 1
PANY. : term for which this corporation I: .'I 1 1t 1:1:111,1: : '" 111.111i "
(' I. l'hillij Wengens, of GainesilU NOTICE. l aSwtitMtr
i iI shall exist is twentp-five years. i iv.
\ -, Fla.; J. J. Gcrigg, Judge Bell, +M Pant .
i A special meeting of the stockholders !; As per the requirements of the I
constitution Ntr1iM _
Messrs S Raw Is It. S. Hall. Helvcnston PrM
A. feet WlwrtM t11. M
The business of
| : of the Port Inglis Terminal; of Florida, notice is hereby the company ..baIIIbe I
& Pasteur, John Edwards, R. j Company will be hell at the office of ,given that the board of county commissioners conducted by a Board of three directors l

It. Carroll, Thos. Sexton. T. W. Trox- (irks Company at Rockwell Florida, on > c* Marion county Florida, a President, a vice Presidentand I Clyde St. Johns River

let W L Jewett, George Wilson. Jas. | Wednesday, April 3rd 1907. j i will apply to the next ensuing legislature General Manager, and a Secretary ;

-Taliaferro. S. M. Sparkman. S. R. ,at 12 o'clock noon. for the purpose of ; of Florida for special legislation and...{Treasurer, and the business Between JaoksonvWe and Sanfetd

Mallory Wallace Stovall, L. M. Gra 'voting on the following proposition. :! to legalize! and validate all warrants of the company will be conducted by"

ham. W T. Moorman. R. G. Wright 'namely, : j I issued by the board of county Robert J. Knight. President; J. G. S::;;h: 1: Ftut' .ltMe. BtrwiMi MMI. ... i0t'.tMiJlk ..

Judge locker, Dr. J. G. Law, :Mrs. W.M i To increase: the capital stock of the commissioners of Marion county, Florida Culpepper. 1'ice-President and General ,. K !4 MIc ..
|said company from $1,000,009 to 52- for work!: and materials in constructing Manager, and William C. knight
I Scott, Messrs. M. Fishel, B. A. Secretary and -- -- .. .
I'UOOOti10.Rockt'el. the; courthouse at Ocala, Treasurer, until those'elected South unc'--- -MHt- ; --- -
P. H. Tom Harris [ .. I M
\\Yathers Nugent, ,
at the first election shall
Florida. ID!
: February ;i190j. Florida, for
county purposes. Read down'
C. H. Brooks John }t. Graham Carlos i be qualified; the officers of this com ....
John L. Edwards, Chairman. .
Sistrunk. B. C. Webb of MclnlofrJx HUGH D. AUCHINCL033. !I J. )!. Matiiews. pany shall be elected at a meeting'I' L V 'S- St . h"---- -.fll .

Fla.: W. S. Bullock, W. T. Gary RALPH BARKER. President. i! \:1. Fort to be held at the offices of the Com LFaYe 8 4i Mt . lk iA1N i N .

(;U-orge Ford G. W. Martin. L. Horn, Secretary. 2-22 i C. "'. Turner pang on the first Tuesday in January'! Leave 3 M a,a. . . .
I of each .jMtK ... r/t l M
___ year. 1 sNrt1iM
W. D Cam I). S. Woodrow, C. B. S. R. Pyles, Commissioners. .
4 I . . .
VI. .
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Clarkson U. W. Davis GrorgeIc.- (STANDARD t HERNANDO RAIL"3-13; l j I M 1. r
'II The highest of Arrive S M a. M. . .
K -an, Ardis Waterman, SandforJJewett. I ROAD COMPANY. amount indebtedness .ItM M/i ..... f M L, ..

Y W. W. Condon L. S. Beck, 0. I I II NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Departmet.t or liability to which the corporation !,I'I Arrhe 1. It a. a . .)Mw NM. .rr1. MN+!, r,
'can at any time subject itself is the
I A special meeting of the stockhold-j i
Frank Dit :
K (;fO'E'ry. S. T. Sistrunk.
'Viers:I of the Standard & Hernando Rail-! '; of the Interior Land Office sum Thirty Thousand Dollars. j
to. A. F. teeth Fred Weihe.-L. R.
{ road i Company will be held at the! of- at Gainesville! Florida. Feb. VI. -Prn"g"r.d Thktt iffct -. w .
Chaz.t .'11r. and Mrs. Allison, of 11'enoon ,.lice of the Company in Rockwell.: 4, 1907. The names and residences of the I' tN B*, .... till llil
. /?Miss. : Drs. R. D. Fuller J. E. .Florida on Wednesday the I II 'subscribers, and the amount of capl- --- ..

Chifk 1. f' Blalock. E. Van Hood I I 3rd day of April, 1907 | Notice: is hereby given that Mary tal stock subscribed by each subscriber F. M. IRON MONGER, JR.. A. G. P. A.. J.*kttMt.JOHN 'tI,

..Walter Hood. A. I- Izlar. :at 11 o'clock a. m.. for the purpo of ,;Calhoun, widow of Dred H. Calhoun, Is as follows: PENOREL. T. P. A, A. C. MAiWTV. 1. [. P, AjJackMfl.Wt

,j\oting' on the fo'lowing! proposition: I deceased. of Martel, Fla., has filed notice 250 Robert shares.J. Knight. Tampa. Florida, I '/.. F.r H N. U N.. 111ri,
To increase the Capita! Stock of of her intention to make final
r .-A ladies' blue chaletaine(I I:said Compan from $200.00-> to $;+'r).- I I101)fl. five year proof in support of her claim, William C. Knight, Crystal River O. H. TAYLOR Pan TraWc Mgr C. t IR WM, tl4trt1' P**., A....
Florida. 40 shares.J. WO B,.., Nt.. V.
watch: Finder deliver to )l. Fishel : + II i viz: Homestead entry tio.:9Jl: made II
and rt-cehe reward. I j j I To amend the charter provision lim'itin |! December 19. 1S99. for the east half G. Culpepper. Silver Springs. L. D. JONES T. F. A. L 4. SCft.8kC C. A.

II'Ii'! ? the amount of indebtedness or'of northeast quarter, section 30, town Florida 10 shares. I Jjckionville, F''.. Lttt 1f"' FM,

I jliabllity! to which the said Corporajtion I'ship 13 south, range 21 east and that the Witness Sth day our of hands and seals. this: ; W. G. COOPER, JrF A CLYDE MlLNE. t, f A
i March ;
shall subject itself, by increasing" ,said proof will be made before Clerk
\. I). Carlton of Arcadia, Fla., will'''jsuch I amount from $l: OQ'Ij to $j4)IJI ,- ,Circuit Court at Ocala F:a., on ROBERT J. KNIGHT (St 31.1 Jacksonville, F a pP M N. R Htm Y.+ ,i,

locate a few good homesteads in I((00 I and, I I'I' April 5, 19C7. WILLIAM C. KNIGHT, (seal C P kOVELL, Agent. .IIC"btnr lit. Ictl

touch Florida for $100 each. Timber j jon :i'' To amend the charter provision lint She names the following witnesses J. G. CULPEPPER. I tseah+

them worth from $3: to $S per acre. )'I'itinb the number of Directors of sold to prove her continuous residence --- --- -"SP -

First come, first served. It Company to 5 by increasing the same j jto upon and cultivation of the land viz: ,' State of Florida. I
7. II I Elijah Collins of [artel, Fla.; J. J. County of Marion.Personally .

-- -- Rockwell Florida February: 19th, j !oblt'), of Iartel, Fla.; Henr Wil-1 appeared before me. the : .I//( .s7fS770Y.S''n llrr
lilOURCLUB l 1\1 r
Frying Fish. I I 1907.i ,liams. of Iartd, Fla.; Will Marion, j undersigned authority Robert J.j'

It U said the best fish! cooks arej I i I JOHN L. INGLIS, of Martel, Fla. i Knight; and J. G. Calpepper to men

men because they have learned the|,['RALPH BARKER. President.Secretary. HENRY S. CHUBB i I well known to be the individuals: described ,
2-22::! 2-22: Register. in and who signed and executed |
a fishing camps Certainly I
.i the foregoing proposed charter I
"; ) excellent fish LISTII
\, -: au camps serve |j NOTICE.Of NOTICE. ;,and each acknowledged the execution:
til nand this la how one man I 1!i thereof: for the uses and purposes:

ouoki the most delicious fish imagi- l lnoble. | Application for'Tax Dtvd Under I Sotice of Application for Tax Deed ::therein set forth and expressed. |

; First he selects the best fish, j i Section S of Chapter 4SSS. Laws I"[ Chen under my hand and seal of *
Under Section S of Chapter 4SSS,
1 noe 1a; that: the sweetest meat is of Florida. office this Sth day of March 1907, j ,
Laws of Florida. si list iirrir \ .'' /Ml irt I
.. and flue. Good fresh fish have- My commission expires 7th day of 11,1 | \1 /

fhU. round sunken" speak Notice is hereby given that W. W. I August. 19th.I I
errs; ejes
Cl att, purchaser of tax certificate Notice is hereby given that Luke I j jKirklan. (seal.:: ) ,
ISo. j
of cold materials. After ,
;; .. storage ( :
= 9S2: dated June 1, 1903; and Nos. purchaser of tax certificates H. M. HAMPTON.
C11 I cleaning the fish cutting of be heads ;j[225S: and .3::!::, dated the 6th day of ,Nos. #1.. #::1: 420+ and 422.: :: dated the! Notary Public State of Florida. i

*'1j and fin*. th> sides are scored through'August. A. D.. 1900. has filed said cer-J:i.first day of July, A. D., 1901, has filed': m
with, a very sharp. knife which makes tificates in office and has made ,
iny 1 said certificates in iny office and has ;;State of Florida. WEEKLY.
.,__,.j a great difference in bony fish. Then application for tax deed to issue in ;i.made application for tax deed to issue I County of Citrus

,, th> whole fish is I: rolled in t.'ornmt.'alhl'b accordance with law. Said certificates i in accordance with law. Said cer- Personally appeared before me. the D

has (teen salted a little. Tb? embrace the following described r 1 tifisates embrace the following de- 1. undersigned authorit1 LU.UI Till c: OCALA UT.I'KI.V: KANNKK IH lit ;;
in the property situated in Marion couni1ty. C. KNIGHT to me well known to be
I I. adilttl ht'n they are ,
IMTlwr .scribed situated in Marion'! \\Wklv Jitrk,..
property "g wrillr Tintt IKI /tt1
1dIlt't r.. ? only hot lard which at'' Florida, to-wit: j I. one of the parties described in an 1 jwwr
South half of lot :J, S. & D. ad. !'county, Florida to-wit: Lot", blockS. who executed the foregoing proposed
first browns the 'I1It.'al. then draw the )and CO feet north and south by SOji: lots 1. 3, 4. ;3 of block 12. lots charter and acknowledged the execution 1'11,1'l l: HCAI.A \\ rj'Ki.v HANNLII TW ivw'

'v* bkillH back on the stove and cook ,'feet east and west in southeast cornet i;2, 3. 4 and 7, block 13. all in Benedict' of the same for the uses and purposes Irt a.Sl t.r{; NVw V..rk M'.rPlti. .... .war . fl.*
sue1c i
slow I b until done. The whole block 2C \. S. S. and
lotI, 46j;Heights in township 13, south, range therein set forth and express
<**8 of projKTly cooking them is due feet east and west on east side lot 5, i1 east. ed. '' mi: MAI.A \\l;.;KI.\' ".\X E. ail TW WM%

to t > The being AtlMMU 1't MM>titat! Mlt HM VCttf . . ft.lfc
tie it in bag of Ocala. Fla. office this Sth day of March. l'J"My
('bo'1.| rs. HC.. always a 'date of the issuance of such certificates 2.

Pin"' it can be more easily hanvlled. j date The of said the land issuance being assessed of such at certi they- I!I'*[ in the name of J. H. Croshy. 'June, commission 1909.IseaB + expires 10th dad! u> Till l E:: Ut'.1 _\ 11'lU'II.X 1t q.. TW" AttMto I Irnti

ficates in the name of C. C. Hicks, !:Mrs. H. C. Bolton and parties un- ,, ( N. BARt'O :-- .il t't"kly t..t. itlrr ,'e1t. . . fl.1I
for B. H. Hodges and unknown. Unless I]known. Unless said certificates shall Notary Public State of F.J"H1a: B
the people yourt
"Quii blaming
!Ilouldn't said certificates shall be redeemed j ':be redeemed according to law tax i Till: M\\L\ KKKI.V: HANXKH M Tit .
t roubles-If were big enough you
you according to law tax deed will issue ,deed will issue thereon on the 23rd ; NOTICE OF TO APPLY .
\, hate any." the 9th day of April, A.I i' INTENTION IItH..r l11'. .1. M trul'l ., rtt tltMl J"..'. fIM
;thereon on day of April A D., 1907. I FOR LETTERS PATENT. B

II I I D., 1907. and Witness my official signature and'| THK (JJnJCKI.r KUNU" ftt+ ZItlatlr 11 I
official signature ;
3 'I my seal this the 2 ilclVEK anilFUNERAL 1A f'K A seal this the 7th day of March, A D., i: 7. ,on the ICth day of April. 19"7, tic I iil't ltlrl I. tearr, llr . .1:,"A
1907. undersigned will apply to the Hon : :
t'eaH! S. T. SISTRUNK II (seal* S. T. SISTPt'Ii.Cerh orable N. B. Broward. Governor of TNI L: OCALA u IIKLY: : HAN.NEH Mrf iwDAILY. St .. '
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County. ,I Circuit Court. Marion County,
of the State of Florida at Tallahassee
Florida. ;3-S I Florida. 3-22 :Florida, for letters patent upon 'he mtlaLI.. } \rtw \II, Ubf' .rNtrlr . . . ., ..JIII '
I foregoing! proposed charter.
l FOR 93n


; 3-15 J. G. CCLI PEPPER,
Noaice is hereby given that on the Notice is hereby given that on the ;
17th day of April A. D.. 1907. 1 will 1st day of April. A. D. 1907 I will apply THE OCALA DAILY HANNKKvannah TW' lht i Sa

DIRECTO gs j j1 apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, I to Honorable Joseph Bell County : News, oiw ymr .el"
county judge in and for Marion Judge in and for Marion county, State i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
-1- I i county?state of Florida, at his office I of Florida, at his office in Ocala in THK OCALA DAILY IIANNKIt 4 TW.laclMmvillf IkFh

Have a full stock of Cortlnn ('8..kt'l i in Ocala. in said county, for an said county for an order authorizing ;,Department of the Interior. land Office Tiwr 4 t..**. VWM-. 'I: 4
and Burial Outrtl order authorizing me. as guardian of :me as guardian of the minors. Ernes at Gainesville. Florida. Feb
Burial wrvlces. SunMal given K" the minor Wm. Preston Holly, to sell I tine Brooks and Sannie Brooks, to sell'at 4. 191 j. Tin: UCALV DAILY HANNKIt I a4 TW DullAt

at private sale the following described : private sale the following property I: (11 !lanta Journal, one rat . . . filAO;
property belonging to said minor, .1 belonging to minors to-wit: The N.j Notice is hereby given that Doug
Embalming to Order to-wit: South half of lott of block 3S I 1of Lot 57 and Lots 5S, 59. and GOl!
Old Survey of Ocala, Marion county Ii in town of Martel. filed noticeof his intention to make,, Tin: OCALA( n.ttLY IIVNNKK: : a&a Atimt* (JMy
Florida. Said land belonging to the said mi"final five year proof in support of his I &AI

. .. J! Ferry seeds I Said land belonging to the said \\'m. p nor children to be sold for the best:claim, viz: Homestead entry Na 29.

". are not as expert* Preston Holly, to be sold for the best Ij interest of said minors. 913, made April 27. 1900. for the south T
{, meatDnt with proper cnlti interest of said minor. This the 2S day of February, 191).. I' east quarter of southwest quarter I .

from uuoatherusaresutceu the start. Con have no This 7th day of larch 1907. JOHS H. BROOKS :section 1:, township 14 south, range AU.SillSfKlI'TIOM; 1'1 l rllll/ \ Ill I I r"t I
; doatta at ptaaline nor dUmp- ALEX HOLLY.3S5t 3.1 Guardian. |19 east and that said proof will be
j- paateeob at Lama. Gel ,
:: Guardian. made before Clerk Circuit Court at

"iF NOTICE.. i,Ocala, Fla., on Address All Orders to
TAX PAYER'S-NOTICE. April 5, 1907. I
The Central National Bank, of'!' He names the following witnesses
The state county tax books !I Ocala, located at O ala in the State :to prove his. continuous residence j THE OCALA BANNER,

I {for 1906 will close on larch 30 and of Florida is closing its a :airs. All upon and cultivation of the land \1z.l) !

for E+neat:crkn., wrest, Dent t'toptatali will remain closed during the month j jI:note holders and other creditors of ,Enoch James, of Blitchton. Fla. 1 OCALA, FLORIDA.

Sorean.lW ti Famanaforover Mad loot.! of April to enable me to make up the ;I the association, are therefore hereby i,don Hall, of Blitchton, Fla.: Grant i! j
lit oa request delinquent list, as the law re-i;;notified to present the notes and other Morton of Blitchton, Fla.; Frank Pool 1 --- -

0, fA. .rER t CO,, i qUIres.! claims for payment i;of Blitchton Fla. II i .tJ./. sCllse/U 1)1'IO a 'S /',11' I 1I11..f. /v .tlll t \ ( I
: 0 troltmch. E. L. CARNEY: T. T- MUNROE.222St HENRY S. CHUBB. i

#4t 3.8 Tax Collector. President. I i ;-9: Register I -

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f H. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BouvierAnnouncement
oE D "0. .'

...t>'I" ROCff" f

+ \ t1ACA.DOCiI co (
I An.N T"
We have just purcia ed the splendidly equipped { 1-

machinery plant of the Yonge and Cline Company, 'GERl .

and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and .

adjoining counties. We make a specialty of repairing a Red Rock Ginger Ale IILI'' ir ? TN

ste in pumps, gas engines, etc. 5 + .

Let us quote you prices. II R 4 t '. t4 stands t Jut aiiic ]ut j :tll 1 ttthtr tlriHk i :l' ;U1 j ; !Ii j'

Ocala Gas Engine I a'r'"i' exceptionally pure, hio h-class article/ 1

I It has the active endorsement of the most ethicaI medical r1r44 1

CompanyMcMillan i j /L; men, and is widely prescribed as a home drink for all

lt5 :fr; people suffering from the various forms of indigestion.Lee 1

L1a _,-!);jCY: :" _A.. !I'O=3."== ..---l"""' '''''"'".......s CfI !! for Red RocK Crown Stopper OA jS.ti3rs ', + 1e 'i
a r 1I

________ __ __ ___ u___ __ ___ .-. I 4 ; po i ++}l f,, t 1h4 CN S-.L2 : ALL u'W E-ilL LTc.. .CO >1 nil\itJhi1 .'. i J-". TLAi I .+CJ.v'anufactured "_ \ .I .wll t

,J 1 : :.,
Bros. I II 11-'ytll llR. kP :f I j,1t1 t i ? rK tj' 1: ; k{.. ; t' ,,Y p*_ r. L, '.,. s tI .- +

i I Ii I by THE RED- OCK COMPANY. Jacksonville. Florida.

x Southern Works I -
Copper i -- _

I PRESIDENT ANDERSON BUSY. Cause cf Stomach Troubles.!

Manufacturers of Turpentine S illsand : i i Hon. R. L. Anderson, of this city. I When a man has trouble with ,:- cIVER 8 MACItfT\

.who was elected president of the Bar stomach you may know that he is tar.
General Metal Workers.Old
I Association recently organized at ;ng more than he should or of some
article of food or drink not suited ti> FURNITURE DEALERS
---- l Jacksonville has appointed the following -
I his age or occupation or that his
tills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching j committees for the ensuing bowels are habitually constipated.

through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or year: Chamberlain's Stomach and! I Liv! r
W E t'.1R1:1' KM.: I: R Y T H/ I :N ts :
Tablets jto regulate the bowel!* and
wire will receive prompt attention at either of the i Committee on Admissions-First
improve the digestion and sw if the
follc works Suits
ring :
Circu!L.: to be supplied; Second Cir- trouble does not disappear .\-*k for House Furnishings

FAYETTE ILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA 'cuit, to be supplied; Third Circuit J. free sample. Sold by all druggists.The Rugs. Art Squares and Matting*. I" Ltath, Up*.lst.i4 and *tt*
B. Johnosn, Live Oak; Fourth Circuit -
JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, ALA William H. Baker, Jacksonville; Bed Room Suits Dining Room Suit
Fifth Circuit scientists who claiia r !h' abe:
O. T. Green, Ocala
; .T all kind*-M.* and it.
'In Mahogany, Birch lirdsByB fany
Sixth Circuit, John C. Jones, Orlando; to weight the soul woild news 1 the I

r ,, Eighth Circuit, A. V. Long Starke: finest scales to weigh tha .1verae Maple and Oak. I China ond Crockeryi
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Committee on Judicial Administration conscience.-Washington PostHUBERT
Mission Furniture +CMap lino-Ptmxr Set and
and I
Legal Retorms-Firot and ._ ,
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Second Circuits to be supplied; In all the diffeNoAh 1II..lau 01 Piss..

Third Circuit, L. E. Roberts l. Lake
Ocala House Wine .
Roons I I City; Fourth Circuit, Judgut" W. B. :
Young Jacksonville; Fifth Circuit. BY VILEY.

Judge W. S. Bullock, Ocala; Seventh 1st dam by Helmet. All! Kinds of Bcd and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Poetics
TRY OUR Circuit, Judge J. D. Beggs, Orlando:: Helmet by Lexington.
!Eighth Circuit, Judge J. T. Wills. A dark bay horse of good speed and Upholstering Goods
and action, combining the best trotting
Starke. blood with the best thorough Heaters, Ranges Cook Stovos
OLD Committee on Legal Education- I I bred. ,

flLLEGHANy First and Second Circuits to be supplied A sure foal getter, producing both Full I I.InC /.f t p.t.i d| u,. IVturev+ train+-fl I alld i unfranu-tl. and Pit--

later; Third Circuit, Cary A. R I saddle and driving horses. As many i turn 11 llIulchllg! Hardee, Live Oak; Fourth Circuitralter of his colts are good saddlers and >II

\ B. Clarkson Jacksonville: I speedy drivers. { Farm and Turpentine Wagons Busies Harness and Saddles
PURE RYE Fifth Circuit, H. L. Anderson, Ocala; Terms of service', $3.00 per one service ,
or $;.QU with privilege of returning -i Ksi l lu
Sixth Circuit, W. A. Carter, Tampa; { halo of the best wagon on t'arthtbe Sf baker.
Seventh Circuit. W. I. Metcalf, Miami mare as often as is necessary, i Atiuarr> the very b-t line of High trade Buggie 1'arrLa es.
within sixty days after first service i
; Eighth Circuit, Robert E. Davis,
colt stand
or $10.00 to insure a to tj

Put up 4 full Ots :I Gainesville.Second Comitteeon Circuits Grievances-First to be supplied later and: and suck.BILLY REED i I Building B"1iadnUh"S! Pl hsa, tt r- Paints I trod


in Fancy Cartoons I:Third Oak; Fourth Circuit.Circuit Fred ,W.Charles Butler,Adams Live, I., A gray jack six years old brought Material(j I wfT0Rof! "t It l

Jacksonville: Sixth Circuit S. C. Williams from Kentucky last fall, good bone ('. v. .J
I Bartow Seventh Circuit C. C. and very active. A proven foal getter j Wall Paper.Iahastin... anti!
Delivered at I ; producing colts good enough to he Maftnit", : Wall Paint ,
your ,Chdllingworth West Palm Beach: shown at the fair in Lexington, K>.. I I all and give Ult a trial: ft.We will! not bt- undersold and will piMcSvor ....
i Eighth Circuit, S. L. Carter, Gaines- last fall. I
Express Office !ville.I Baughniaa's'I' !
I Billy Reed was by & Mackay.
r Committee on Legal Biography jack. 1st dam Edna, by big Powell
j First and Second Circuits to be sup- jack; 2nd dam Parley, by Paragon. -
;plied later; Third Circuit, A. Z. Ad Billy Reed is half brother to the Ball -
For $3.20Regular I kin Lake City: Fourth Circuit. A. H. jack, the best mule jack in Lincoln NNi.NN.IN.i....................................

'pickier, St. Augustine; Fifth Circuit, county, Ky.Terms :
'' I of service, $5.00 per songle |i WAHT' BIG
:'Thomas P. Lloyd, Inverness; Sixth CHOPS THHUS IDEAL J
service, $10.00 service with privilege FERTILIZE
. $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write foi Circuit, H. S. Hampton, Tampa; Seventh of return per as often as is necessary -

Circuit. D. L. Gaulden, Titus- within sixty days after the first : : OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU \
complete Price list* yule; Eighth Circuit, J. E. Futch, :.service. $15.00 to insure a colt to -
Starke. stand and suck. VEGETABLE8'cum.- lRigH POTATOaa--lwk f
Following is a complete list of the Service money due for either horseor : plete manual on Florida crops V
Soil. Seed, P.... .
Md Cultlel .
officers of the association: jack when first service is rendered. ,
Ocala House
Wine Rooms. President, Hon. R. L. Anderson, Except when bred to insure a. ".FLORID.OR.NGU"Book lion, Elect of PMttfllrt. Dlti

Ocala: \ice-president for First Judi- colt, then service fee is due when of uct Mdpptit"special > _II
colt meets requirements, or when the I interest to orange growers .
UCALA, FLORIDA. cial Circuit, W. A. Blount; vice-pres- another -PIAIEAPPI.Ii ....TlUIINO.of.
with bred to
1 mare is parted or o
iiU-nt, Second Judicial Circuit, W. H. I horse or jack. 'pedal interest to plaelAple j '

Ellis; vice'president Third Judicial Lein will be retained on colt for fro*era. .
----- Circuit, Ira J. Carter, Live Oak; vice- service fee. "FLORIDA STR.1WBERRIES"'IDEAL FERTIUZERg' taM

: president Fourth Judicial Circuit C.M Mares will be kept on pasture at : f-l\lollt't un "S different :
., brasdiI .
f Cooper, Jacksonville; vice-presi- I$3.00 per month. 1 tnat.un; ant l r.'rr;!illt'ItO! M'!*. anal> T-
WfNCflEJfllt +lu-nt Fifth Judicial Circuit, George C This stock will make the present I'ft.
farm, one and e wand! -\ ;.VHL.I... .
season at Dungaman n fit the t alltl\
f :Martin Brooksville ,
; vice-president one half miles west of Orange Lake, Jlirt !.Juhh.hect, trey fur &akinl :
Judicial Circuit, Jefferson B. Browne. .
aLa. about two and one half! miles southwest .
Kt'\ West; vice-president Seventh : WILSON & TOOMER
t of Mclntosb. FEBILTIZER
: dicial Circuit: \\'. L. Palmer. Orlando! ; COMPANY, i

"NURl CK" \ice president i Eighth Judicial Circuit, S H. GAITSKILL. : .J.\t''K-.o NVILLE ...L.I .\. :
Sul L. Carter Gainesville ,
: secretary )MclntOfcb Fla.
Fred T. Barnett, Jacksonville; treas- 3-Stf I 0---- ......................
; Loaded Black! Powder Shells uier. John W. Burton. Arcadia: memo
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W ben of Executive Council, D. I" ,
i- I Fletcher. Jacksonville; William Hun
Shoot Strong and Evenly, ter, Tampa; W. A. )[Williams, St WEEKLY

Augustine; William Hocker. Oca'd.' I
W1flJ Are Sure Fire
; p ;I

Will Stand Reloading. Kant, the Koeningsburg philosopn. COURIER- BOTTLESrj ,

;- erg expressed an ennobling sentiment .rr

y \i.. Get The Game. that two things always excited bifc -
They Always
r\I\ --1 &,f reverence for the world in which eh JOURNAL 1 i \Vhi\ key [ 1

-r 1' Ira'''' lived beyond anything else that he : ,
( For Sale
knew and understood. One was the 'I,
;EI heavens above him and their matchless AND .I j

-V"-UVilHiVrt v*; harmonies, and the other tbe 6 Full QuartsCarolina
\ \
THE OCALA : Fir t.\n ncUO
mural law within him which drove or I .
led men in the path of right. It i i" Weekly I > >JJ Whiskey (JIdy @t.
oefore this court of last appeal that: or ,, Cs/o5e. J
I men plead guilty and set themselves BOTH ORE Yi.AK j' ssv.rod, 1'.r e Milt, I'-v.: es;.: tsttr. i!IS ..72! ....... :
I hr
right by making restitution. Thel'Our's h I '''lblt'"' n.'l" ...
., <. Mhukr, .
I 4. IU.., =
y of law may fail to bring justicebut FOR EK"3'".J. tan;-I! "f'n ,,
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the conscience which is not at $1.50 U4UieUr....=.tnuUwS1i'L"1 ">"..,. .c"'rr ("uJ' 1
I I ONLY ._ Wwry b ni MI m Un WMj.PrP :
z & ease with itself is the more effective! J I3 SAMPLE nOl
Kind of a constable. We hope that it The Presidential elect..)n is FReE.t .
will effect the it -ill ship You<< D" esPrgs ;: lead ae .S Les 1
Cortleyou same as 6 tea MJ
preaching. "Times have than: I la i t MITIIMIwde in sse\e Doi, Vwrteol Whisk.. pe..
did the New York Life Insurance official That is all. Mr. Watter&o' is a Ln "Iulkks:' "a..J baf.umMlmratarya an't Ca., s unCwhry' t/l/e of atId.e.b !'
t er'e IZ
ocrat, and has always been a Demo I t 'hi U/Jwhle Cor.. .j.
FIRST AND LASTwfiIaD --- crat, never a Republican. Essential 1 i SPECIAL lu forth c.r.JIusa.NoncE! we the .bov. exyre\\ -

The Town is Growing. differences out of the way Democratsare fa other t&tq rrache Virin+f tip Ads ud we:: Vraini.. but ewta\e&ld r.HTwhcnFine hwc a-

getting together.The Courier gorse must D Sll@E$ U Never in the history of Starke has i Journal is going to support the bow..aDoJ We WW pro W7apren MI.t. Ite':9Ii fur w tqliartl anti r 9: s\mple oa

there been the scarcity of rounding 'ticket. And there :you have it." i ,+ G THE CASPER Co. aitgnlttritbc: +tdrrandadds,,;
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houses and boarding houses at the I i ( -- .......c. .... r Roanoke, Va.
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Mean $ $ made te all who as Send your orders for this combing AJI ....... _. ..........ww..'" a '-/ot.t n.,7_.. ,
present time. T ere are per L
: many .
tion to us-not to the Courier-Jour rw l.... :;;: 1...-' newy .
sons who attribute the condition to t
: buy or wear them. In style ,the fact that the many transient people nal. The regular price of the Weekl ---.l .,
; Courier-Journal alone is $1 a year. '
and I have been attracted by the strawberry '- - _
ease durability Shield Brand Shoes"toe --
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season. This, to an extent has -
the mark of perfection. I Mr. D. W Tompkins has ;
'undoubtedly had its effect on the sit jUlt re- BULLS
: BOLD BY RELIABLE Fine Brood Mares. I received an FOR SALE.
MERCHANTS ONLY uation, but there is no question but I exceptionally fine carloadof 1
,that Starke is enjoying a steady : horses and mules from Columbia Grade and pure bred <.'
M. C. KISER CO.. Manufacturers. We have just gotten In a car load bl OWe aliotthoraa,
growth and is in need of more extensive Tena. They were selected with raised and
of the finest brood mares ever brought great ready for service.Z1t .
:. 3 .ATLANTA CA. accommodations.-Starke Tee to the state, and to see them is to admire I(care and are warranted sound and : B' }I. QAITSKI.

1 graph. them. We will sell them at I perfect In every respect. They area ._ Mclntosh. Eli, j 9
very reasonable prices. Come and and I particularly excellent lot. Call _
A. handsome line of Ladies' toiletj look them over at at FOR
Mr. Tompkins' RENT.
j articles manicure sets. etc. MARION FARMS STABLES. stables and Inspect New corner .
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............... ......... .+.+ .+... .. ......+......... j I IT LOOKS LIKE ROOSEVELT. i THE BIGNESS OF FLORIDA. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. I ""'
I' I The New York Herald recently is iEditor Frank Mayes, of the Pensa -

s j Uoillg D Il S at the State Capitol) i i I.Special J. iI! I i Roosevelt:' terviewed men asking ought,a in number their to become opinion of prominen a if sand III :articles. cola ial excursion Journal are being accompanied to Key extensively West the and copied editorr. his' 2.1. Adkins Benbow Ocaa.!,S.Jas.Males.Fla.A. April 1. 1>>7. bleed blosit Fhstd and disueers those.....t wh,. <>of.a.o Gwdeik_it.'l".m IIHt try>s.thteCurm a'.oa..: .. rteh.11f of

idate for a third term. The Heral!d :; It is S65 miles! from his home at :2. Brier J. D. : Con** Kraxw. ... OHM*.

.. i summarizes the views expressed ii:11' Pensacola to KeyVest, as far as it 4. Bostwich C. W. Co. *ad Syrup Sarsaparilla, three

.. '|, this way: 'is to Chica o. which tells the story of 5. Brower. Fr.llk.G. ice

GOVERNOR GROWARD'S MESSAGE REVIEWED BEARD'S i,i i Senator Cullom (rep. >, Illinois- the bigness: of the peninsular state. Stake veil la a bottle aad tab IB-
( Cummins. C.
: SWEEPING RESOLUTION TO INVESTIGATE THE I. I. TRUSTEES : i[ Yes. i Speaking along tese lines Editor ?. C. teataooaful Carey, Roy. '
: PASSED UNANIMOUSLY. Seator Elkins rep.,) West .Virginiz,a'Mayes; says: at b-dtim. .\*} 3004 I pharmacy caa.
SJwo-Imod D. W. supply the '
tfefredicau at -.ail! Gus
4 .'-Yes. "Florida is such .
a state the
1'.1... L ...... .. .""' ..... .. ......... & & _. Senator Paterson (de-EL Coloradc great 9. Facing. Graver. This i* the ...-H Y TTT +T TTTTTTSl .TTTT..T. fWf NNf.fl. i ,) ,occupations and interests of its people 10. Forks Will. dude up, ii. called "'ntt.ftfab'ot i
1 -No. ; are so numerous and varied its Tr "'
atflM (
by others the
the Ocala Banner tiara for 11. Garia. Eugene. yclou" i
|* -ui to especially the elementary and |
p. Governor Hoch (rep.,) Kansas- resources in its respective sections good Punfter:' it acts featiy sad car f
.1:. Both rural 12. Hall.
; schools
TalUaaabei.Fa.! April i or the state. i Linsey.
I ;are so different in character and its Uialy doses wcMden for hint pwe
huuses! of the state legislature were? Uniform text boots and compulsory Yes.Henry Watt.rson (dem,) KeatuckjNo. f ;means of communication are. comparatively t t. Hillman EOgeae. who are aickly. weak sad oat of *urt*

uanluri yesterday at noon by tbi education are both advocated also a';- .*"* :( speaking. still so limited, 15. Jonsey, Jerry. aU .U well Wao.a to relieve ertuttIoavf -.
direct levy for the higher institutions.! 16. Hodges L. H- aa4ia of
election of the olEcers and 1 George C. Pardee (rep.,) fonnei rthat; the old saying that one half the rate rhetuMtun
f unanimous instead of paying their expenses out 17. Hooper. B. F. aid chroaie .backache aokklyMake .
;governor of California-Yes. i world does not know how the
attaches nominated at the d mocratittbe of the general revenue fund. The! I 15. Johnson. Louis. t t some oa aad try it l'
Champ ark idem. representative ,other halt lives is true of the '
catwp night! before. consumption problem is discussd at:
dta 'bfO house Mr Pettigrew. socialist some length, and measures to prevent John A. T. Hull
vi.M with his democratic colleagues:i i infection. Brief attention is :;iven'the | Iowa-Yes. ,.sooth or middle Florida and the ,. !1. Maul James. 'i. e .
in the election of Senator Mathews pardoning board, the prison system -, Senator Davis (dem.) Ar hastsaspeople of these sections know little i 22. }Miller J. C. .

speaker pro tern, Knowles and the the reform school for children. ] of as. When a sranger asks us 23. Petisor. Charley '
vanous attaches of the house. and child labor the latter being denounced No.John !t. P..oberson1llie.. ,. .
; S. Wise (rep.,) former congressman -'about some place in the south part
In the senate retiring President: as the greatest crime in the !5. Roberson. !i. T.
of Virginia Yes. ,of the state and we can tell him noth-
Trammel turned over the gavel to t I land. '' John A. Sullivan tdecL I representative fug about it he is surprised. He fails i 26. Schnessler. L. S. hs BJL f). M. SfrNCY.
Hi>- ident Harris both making brierand r Brief mention is made of the hospital i 27. William. Bedson. i .
I\ Massachusetts e5. to realize that Key West is as far I 11..1 9t fI"i
for the insane and i 28. Wood. Frank E.
appropriate speeches. Speaker considerable .
J. Warren Keifer (rep.,) representative from, Pensacola as Chicago is and
Mathews also making a very short: space is given to good roads, the fish i t OhioYes.W. 'that it would be jus as reasonable to 29. Yarbrougn.. George. .

but sincere speech of thanks upon beta and oyster industries protection of J. Connors Idem..) chairman, expect a Pensacolian to know all 30. Whet Wanted. MarchFemales. 2X: 1")7
conducted to. the chair in the i, game and forests and immigration.
; :]New York democracy-No. about Chicago as it would to expect -

house. Lobbying is condemned and deportation J. N. Adams idem..) mayor of Buffalo -.him to know all about south Florida. el NT
Thief Justice Shackelford swore in i is suggested as the remedy for I
j -No. On nearly all of the maps west 1. Adams. S. A.
the members of the house of repre- the race problem. narles A. Towne tdenL,) former r:Florida-that part of the state lying !. Fendrar. traJ
Mntatives. and Justice Whitfieldthe [ The question of good roads is treated Jlaria. : J ..
representative i| i!west of the Apalachicola rver-is cot 3. Brown. Savannah Mr4. -, 'd ..
newly elected senators the ceremony an length and a number of other :
John Wan -maker merchant :'off
I -No. from the state proper and placed Dillard Minute. ( "-fi. JI .
in both houses being- very im- matters are touched upon. [; C. W. Post. merchant Battle Creek, .down in the lower left hand corner 5. Dixon. Siha.j j+: < .

prwaive.Upon 1! In conclusion the governor makes 'Mica.-Yes. :of the map. This ought to be bad !j 6. Feppin Myra. ....... -:-.-. .. ... '.r-.
organizing the two houses an attack on papers which he declares : ,
appointed E. C. Simmons, merchant St, Louis., enough but in a finely illustrated 7. Coleman. Rosa. .
committees to notify each other have maligned the administravj : 1
: "Mo.-Yes. .work which I bought on the east S. Gollis. Laura.
and the that they were tion now in oI ce. j I ,' T1C'uT l
governor H. A. Gar&eld. educator Princeton coast, purporting to be a "Standard j j 9. Goie. Julia May ,
organized and ready for business, and 1 The only action of importance beyond ,
N. J.-In doubt. :Guide of Florida: and contained a J 10. Herrin on. Sallie, Mrs. ,
, a short while afterwards Private Secretary the usual formalities yesterday j Russell E. Gardner, publist. St. large folded map labelled the "Stan- 11. Hits Susie. i. .

: : Simmons entered with the bibnlal was the passage of senate concurrent ]Louis, Mo.-No. jdard Guide Hap of Florida," tbe western -I! 12. Jan;. Sarah. I. se

J / message from Governor Bnv resolution No. I, introduced by St-na I j Gold win Smith publist. Toronto,".I portion of the state-west FIor- .j! 13.: Lorence. Nancy Hi*. .
ail It ordered spread the tor Beard providing for the appointment !
was upon
Canada-In doubt.D. !ida-is not only cut off as usual but j 1 t. Mitchell. )Mattie Mr*
journals of each house the formalityof of a joint committee to invest-1; e I Eke 3. sp..iaky af" -.ce.
N. Perry, manufacturer Indianapolis -lit' does not appear even in the lower i i 15. Olt Rosa: T. Mrs.
reading it being passed: over .ae; gate the internal improvement fund, ': -Yes.William [left hand: corner of the map and the i 16. Clay. Ella. *' fag eye 'hr. ataSatiaftctfoe e13 Eft

Everglades question is not discussed with sweeping provisions. M. Hofman: inventor Buffalo book itself contains no reference to I| 17. Patterson, Susie Mr*. ga raa .*4 orOPTfCAL
nor i* state life insurance, in the mes- While the resolution was under disj .
,j -Yes. the vast fertile, and populous seci'tion j IS. Ribble. Rebecca. y toiil 4 L
excepting to say that the latter: ,cushion, a special message was taken .
cage ; .
A. K. McClure, editor. PholadelphiaYes. of the stare lying between Apalachicola -! 19. Robertson Sasaad Hn -
aubfct will be the subject of a special l ljup:; in the senate tram the governor, .- and the Perdido of which .O. Stevaad. Mary. PARLORS.

me.age. :and was found to contain an urgent John Burroughs, naturalist-No. i i Pensacola is the metropolis. It is I
::1. Stevans Charity.
2 aarf t Guy 'Utt:, Ocala
;'request for
The question of taxation is covered[ a thorough investigation j
Nicholas Sena. M. D. Chi-,369; miles from Jacksonville
: surgeon, Pensacola to !:!. Strickland. M. L. Mr*. .
of the actions of the of the!
thoroughly and franchise taxes advocated. trusts ,
go-No. i 368 from Jacksonville to I 23. Str clda1d. E. A.
It is urged that the railroad Internal, Improvement Fund of which : Florid
Samuel Utermyer. lawyer New 'lliam. 120: from Miami to Key West
comaibsiun be given additional pow ; board he is chairman: anti l the: Beard: '! : f .
York- o.Richard. 'and about the same distance. or a lititle ::;. Williams, I. D. Mr
ers. including control of the physical I resolution was passed unanimously. Mansfield actor-Yea. further home by way of Tampa. .6. Broad, Susie.G. .

powers of the roads. i Meanwhile the house had completed David Warneld. actor-Yes. i The trip has been made both by rail C. CROH. P MWashington's -
The state militia receives attention. its work for the first day and adjourned :' 'and water and in that journey from i

aDd a strong plea is made for educa- ; until ten o'clock this morning. I' ABOUT THE EXTENSION.
.. i Perdido to the keys and from the birthday orators pok WEEKLY
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., i keys back via of Tampa Bayou find ed fun at the cherry tree story hich! I
SRIEF FACTS OF THE RUSSIAN The wonvn of" Russia in a letter William E. Curtis, writing to the,as many different conditions of soil. 'should have been left with Willian.:!! .
FAMINE. just receded by the committee''' appeal! climate, occupation and resource as
Chicago Record-Herald from: Key Tell and the apple fable. Some hisr.>!" ;
to the women of America. A pan of::West says: 'lyon could find in a journey of similari fables are worth more than tons .'I;! COURIERt
their letter is quoted below: :
length anywhere in the world and
: facts that be to rh
I' extends over twentv-on1 proVo ''' can proved up
"At the in this' "Nobody but Mr. Flagler knows
present temperature ;you still have seen half of Florida h:1ndle.Ielican Herald.
iacf embracing an area of about a village is in the neighborhood of 2U what the railroad along the Florida''nor I gained an idea of what the
state J
'D loon and a half square miles or half degrees! below zero Fabrenhiet. Manyof keys will cost, but it will be one of is producing or can produce \ JOURNALSD
Cured of Rheumatism.
fie territorial extent of the United the pheasants are living in holes the most expensive: ever constructed.The its resources are developed." I )Ir. Wm. Henry of Chattanooga .
dug underground. They are almost concrete viaducts alone will represent '
States. ,Tenn.. had rheumatism: in his let
nakid and they are without fuel. Their : more than J 2.000.000. but that
the Bill
Before Gets
1 Within this area is a population of Pay too Big. arm. "The strength seemed to have.
food is of bread made, of ground THE OCALA BANNER
a SOrt portion which runs over the keys is When Captain Edward F. Barrett!'
. ,MUMO, \ -J. practically all of whom are acorns or other uneatables. to which'comparatively inexpensive. Some engineers gone out of the muscles so that i it t' _
of Le Sueur Minn., sold out the Sentinel Weekly'I.
dependent upon outside assistance to have been added a little rye meal. are of the opinion that taking I last year he turned over, his old I was useless for work.. he says. "i

maiatain life until the next harvest. Typhus scurvey and bilainess, resulting the entire 131 miles, the average cost subscription accounts to an attorney applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm an.]1 I. BOTH ONE YEAR
from starvation are on all will not exceed that of ordinary rail- wrapped the arm in flannel at night! .
for collection. them
Among was one
The famine is the and ,
greatest most and to relief I "c -nd that the pain
sides down my
grown-up people roads in the thickly settled northern;
for $:22! for fourteen and eight
dreadful in the history of Russia. In and children. This is not a single village states. Mr. Flagler escapes many or- years gradually left me : the strength: re FOR
months subscription at $I.4) "
per year turned. If trout d with rheumatism $1.50
the famine of 1891-92: t ).Ot) I
persons : there are thousands like it and dinary expenses: he does not have to 1 ONLY
against a Le Sueur county man. He try Pain Balm. You are certainto
perished in a single province. This these thousands of villages have no condemn The
any property. greaterpart
did not pay on demand and was sued. be pleased with the relief which
year unless speedy assistance is rendered hope unless help can come to them of his material is on the ground. judgment being entered against him ,it affords. For sale by all dnigi i.t&.a, Ta Prestdeatial elects is approrhia -
from the. outside. Seventy-five ? Tiaes have cbas sd.
.the death list In that one province cents There is very little hauling and very for $:7.t5. Still he did not pay. and !I
will adult alive for month.It That u all. Mr. WatterwM u a Dea-
keep an a little excavation. There are no hillsto 1 the transcribed the Buff: Racks.
will reach at I least two hundred ( is bitter to ask for alms: but it is cut away, no hollows to fill up. The district judgment court and was an execution to delivered :I sent aDd has always b.-..* a Demo

thousand. ::still more bitter to look upon these right of way is practically level. Ihave to Sheriff Joha H. Trader for I Pine strain of. finest selected crat. never a Republican Bs eatUldiSereaces

In the famme district agriculture: is ;agonies with empty hands." heard estimates all the way from; collection. Trailer leiE'd'on some r weLi. Eggs guaranteed to be fresh oat of the way .DmsseraUaw

the only occupation; when the crops'' FIVE DOLLARS WILL BE SUFFICIENT eight to twenty millions for the aggregate -land belonging to the defendant and ;and in the beat possible coa.1itioa for gettia? to eUir Th* Cwr-

w ft L there is nothing to which the in- : TO SAVE A UU LLIFE cost of the road but no one advertised the same for sale The defendant hatching. 13 eggs guaranteed t v"rao ier- Journal u goia? to soBpart the

irantt can turn to gain a livelifbi }IF[ SENT AT ONCE. ,i knows except Mr Flagler, and henever made settlemem.! the total J Jamounr. hatching! 1:> eggs Bu3 Rn<-',*. $! v ticket And there you Nlfit"

*!. ., boasts of his investments. coats and ali, betug S57._" 15 eggs Bud Orpinztoc $2 il"Address Send ';.>':r rders for this comhiaat

1 In many provinces there was no THE POOR PRINTER. "The terminal facilities at Key ,. I ;,-Dd' t > t1e! ('OQ.r Jour

P, !:art whatever last year; even the ,,i *West will be expensive and extensive The mosqufoes: that came early .Mr. W r.I \i \R T' I1.i T r price or she Week/7!

J rrt put into the ground was lost. The One of the greatest injustices practiced -They will comprise a dry dock and en ''wt're 1 !5appomr..i ]-.':;-ff <.. ra F_, Co:r...>--nas atone .J $" a rear

taantd. have old: their horses: and by the government is the fact of covered piers equipped with every

TJ co... and have used the proceeds to the postoffice department printing an-t modern device for loading and cits l

buy bread. They have consumed the selling envelopes, and at a price below charging: cargoes. The piers wI!! bt -I._< =", .Io '" -
strain heM for srt'l!. Thus they cavemortgaged the actual cost: to the printer of SOO feet in length and 15' feet .c

their future by sacrificingthe the raw material. ,width with a basin :1)t; feet wile tvtween -
Our Mail Orders Are
mean of future tillage in order to, Then a'd to rb* !injury the govern- the piers. :Mr. Flagler is i evidently Increasing by Leaps I

auiatain life at present and now they mend deadheads the delivery of the making; preparations for.l

have exhausted even these slender re- .goods and charges up any deficiency heavy freight traSc. He undoubtedly! and Bounds .
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sOuree*. real or imaginary to the second class anticipates a large business from rae

Decayed grain and even the seeds ;!postage accorded to newspapers. ,isthmus. If you will glance at \our

,if noxious weeds have been used in I And to top it all oS some of the sap- maps for a moment that Key W-or is

toe attempt to preserve life, resulting suckers the head of .
at governmental situated in a very favorat posit: >n >
ia dt* ae from these TSr3! '"UI 5iB' *s=- ,-** vllia --B / .-- ---iiW' a
:: f
products affairs increase in
are urging an regarding the Panama Canal. A line "" -
Even where help is now being .i the rate of postage for newspapers drawn from Miami southward w:1:!i -M': ; -

given, the peasants are forced to i iII ;Irate, if adopted that would be the 'pass through the middle of Cuba and *rW CT-; "' .

,.. on one-fifth of the average ration.: means of putting hundreds of country go straight to Colon. Key Wtjsis. -. '

ii families have been brought to such papers out of business. We don't be- therefore, the nearest and quickest; -

t'rnl that parents have sold their :!lieve.: the people in general would point in'tbe United States territory r.j. i : !

laughter into slavery and degredami 'stand for this. be reached troD the isthmus.! It is :'\0 ; -S 1:: ', -

in the haremns and brothels ofi i i The fact is. the government uses days nearer than New Orleans. Pen i t 4 !. 11 Y .

r'lrll.In' order to maintain life in the mails with a free list which runs. sacola or Mobile and five Jay nearer

r:,.. rvmammg members of the family. !up into many millions of pounds and .. than New York. As soon as the railway CAR LoAD

In man> places lack of fuel has: add1 !the price paid the railroads: for carry: is finished it is proposed ro es- soLID _

rd danger of death from cold to that !I ing is charged up to the newspaper, tablish a steamship line from Key : DetA:
El"E CREMEhiTH f KI ES'j _
uf hunger In many villages pan of ;second class rate and notifed as de- i West to Colon and other South American _

the houses have been torn down to 'i ticiency. : ports. ;: J J

provides fuel 1 for the inhabitants. j I The dealings of the department are: "It is Mr. Flagler's intention ..t d.J _
OCUA"1\1: jOl1S!
Outside assistance is absolutely !i for commercialwork
unfair putting out build a great ferryboat to run between:
aent. d It is the one means of relief ; is not in line with a square I Key West and Havana in :six: hours

'teft It is dictated by the demands;deal. !!!the distance being ninety-one cai;<*. ::1

>\f humamty. TO be effective it must j i The only recourse perhaps is for carrying freight ears on the :lower

t lie immediately forthcoming. Five ;;the country newspaper to whittle out a ,and passengers on the upper d.--ch.-

dollars will maintain the life of a res. 1 big stick" and get busy. It doesn't at a rate of fifteen miles aa hour Tbe s: '

oleni of the famine district until the !pay to have everything onesided. Too'present: steamers cross from hey s

neit harvest.. j much is plenty, and not enough is1 i[West: in eight or nine hours. It taxes

The Russian Famine Relief Com- ;a few. Patience sometimes ceases to'i little more than twenty-four hours w

Hilt rr has been organized with headiiiaiVrs be a virtue, and there is always a last; ,to go from Miami: and thirty-six hours

at 135 East 15th street, Newt !:straw.-Pembervile.! ((0.. Ledger. from Tampa to Havana."
\ rk Bishop Henry C. Potter is *! i I

reaident of the committee. Samuel llJ i
Canal Se't'\lers-Kcy West Encour-, "Nneumonia's Deadly Work had so
Barrows is the !
st"Cretar11 con- I aged. :seriously affected: my right long '
I rl bur lunli, large or small sent to the !sewerage system for Key West several : writes Mrs. Fannie Connor of Rural '

.. will be acknowledged andjj Route 1. Georgetown. Tenn.. .'that t
I times because the city is not high Do You Wonder ?
receipted for by the Morton Trust ;j,enough above the sea level A report :coughed continuously night and day Why
lUuaaY, which is acting as treasurer "Colon is and the neighbors predicted consumption
:from the canal zone says:
.. .J!' the Cun.t. ,: and which seemed inevitable until : We buy in carlo d lots and
Ill: -oombutioos ,built on a swamp is only eighteen my husband brought home a bottle of : give our customers the advantageof
received b the I
> "inches above the sea level yet. our.Dr. King's New Discovery, WhICh m ,
'UmC1ltt will be applied and expended !L,engineers by means of canals have :my case proved to be the only real what we save. Best goods lowest prces. quickest delivery!

m 'bt: most direct and effective i]prevented a repetition of the thousands -i,i cough cure and restorer of weak. sore j that's what dces the business --

waThey will not be turned over tog I, of deaths that! marked the 1 lungs." When all other remedies utterly 1

the: R .s&iaa government. French occupation, and given the city :' fail. you may still win in 'he j H. J.
P,rs'jent! Roosevelt has endorsed 11 I one of the finest sewerage systems in ;;)battle against lung and throat trouble j OCALA WINE HOUSE !ti E cHT,

'hu moveoieat aad has personally con- the[ worM" i with New Discovery the real cur !
r51 tr >''tvt to it So have Governor II II(Guaranteed by Tydings & Co.. drug 1
If Colon with only eighteen itcht'S'1ise gists. 5..'e. and Jl. Trial bottles free.m
HUjht>s of New York and many pubptrtred : can have severs, surely we canjget I' I HAVE YOU SEEN OUR PRICE OUR NEW SALOON IS UP-TO-DATE

''It' !' cuiteas$ But to make the them when ",'e have several feet ; I I LIST? I PAY US A VISIT
Mrs. C. Cobb.
A. of this city. is
'i..f :
n. t'trctnepubUc support mint ;rise above the sea.-Key West CUi- i j SETTER GET ONE. WE'LL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
be widespread! visiting; her siSter. Mrs. W H. Saey.It J

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