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 12, 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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I -- j AirsY.. W. Clyutt and her aunt 1!I THE FETE MUSICALE. ;been in the receviing party but wa arranged ..n.l MrJ. K. .% itrin.J . 1e1 iMdogt +

. t I 'Jlrs. olive Bachelder are spending a :; :prevented from being present by the .Mrs-. H. J I. Ar..l. r'.."'t a< trd a* tiu- <.IKet 'hi-- '" -- a.I" ..-rM... ya
\row days with friends and relatives at i j jMrs. Rheinauer and Mrs. Scott Givs illness, of her little grandchild.i seller\ I rld

iDOf\fT [Dunedin St. Petersburg and Tampa. An Elegant Reception for the i! :\ :M. Fishel asked W
fAil I guestsfrom :. The veranda ..( Ih} l,-auufu! !*. tt I" ,"" '.Iu. NselW.ti '

-,._ Four Seasons. i j| this room into the living I'OtHn. home .VHJI ..sp., iat'y 10.\.1) m u_ ..... .. ...

f I .Mr. Uarry Stalbf-rg. proprietor of the I II i|:I which was arranged an the summer oration* ..f pur pit. .tad white t"*,'.""<: I ........... ___ aa. ..

|I+New Idea restaurant at Dunneiion. j One of the largest and quite the room by the use of quantities of pink I|jpurpl*' brlli wad lls*u r iwper F.M.. I I. 'I' II.h.. r

To visit: mv New I was among the city's visitors Wednes- ,mot elaborate of the parties! ever given (![roses. In this room Mrs. E. M. H wjard. Beautiful put f Lit.t! adorned U.. .u- I .. Kr? I,

Department Store ,day. !!: in Ocaln was the Easter reception :Mrs.b*- Brown, Mrs. MalljryJLiddor. of tht''O'r:4I1la .m4 the ..... -
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'- I I'I i j jgiven and Mrs. L. 10". Blalook, all as F'. ,1'1 .
I \Cedne=day afternoon )Ir.Char.s .- tables i ti.iir.v t-ii t >.11"1'I.Itn' 4 I truY
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'4 you come I''I' M r. P. V. Leavengood returned j j :Bummer presided and served lemonade !,pretty Mi'ini> r
Ocala.Ve have Wednesday from a business visit to i I Rheinauer ami Mrs. GordonS. from a large cut glass punch bowl. .. I.. ...... its
j Dunnellon. where he went:: in the interest j Scott. It After ut Mr II..tI ttrr. y ,
was a "reception of the lingering here most pleasantly 14 alx ..
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been t\
opening B. J. Potter \ .1
UpI ; KM 1I t nair Mr \
of the Ocala Banner of which'h for a few moments the "dt>n" Was .. ..
four seasons, and was a fete musicale Hoi-ker. I .1. t I" i.
this week ax sutnni-r. Mr l I.: *
a big is the business manager. I next visited. Mrs. S.
combined and was a tOdetyvent of RawlH, Mrs. ford. IUI autumn and Mrt t !. '14.., .' ".10
lot of- ..- I I i more than ordinary interest. G. T. :Maughs :Mrs. J. r. C. Koonce sal. as winter.On Th t I .. Mrs .. .' lilt .tvi.

![ .Mrs. Annie B. Quarterman and Jfrs. Tho beautiful homes of the two hostesses and Mrs. Louis W. Duval ax tti. 4.. Vlr-" Itt'h' 01 L-.
th- teramia lib tti.
wer. ttaintn.
i V. It. Hines left yesterday on the A. were connected by an archwayof autumn had {'hargeof this pretty little :it uti ...,.lct. -'tit. ,tI1rs
GOODSM. Ic'. L. train for St. Mary's. Ga.. where evergreens and plants and the lawns room. It was festooned with ropes nt committer. _Mti m i .xt4n.n
NEW throe J. \\'. ... Mn NItch i ,
I JI rs. Hin..s will reside with her:: brother of the two places were very attractively of white yellow and red chrysanthemums KMti",..... t tt It,. it ter ,
Mr r R T\ .1..0.
Dr. A. F. Uarnard. Mrs. the beautiful flower. which is uiiititer .. .
Quarterman I Ii arranged with chairs settees '.* t. > ... t4 -.It.; ilr. tt
tumn andMrs J. K !( "' ,
i'accompanied her aunt. sofas rugs etc. typical of the autumn season. In this 1.1IItjr..1 "ltd n.......1 ,, ..< -

I The guests were invited for three room grapejuice and maccaroons w' *-re tftJ' tjra.aa'.s ...... isaw .,p...,.
FISHEL. j o'clock and when they arrived at Mrs.Rheinauer's passed, the tankard and plate used 31iss ....... ... H" m .,...! Mi- i I. 1 JI r. N.v.. Hanson the former owner . .
i:Jof the Ocala Foundry & Machine they were very cordially being exquisitely hand painted in of Jamak-a, bulb gt>w in i.n ithIIMdutf IItINtwh. MN MISM. ,

welcomed by Mrs. Walter Hood, grapes. indicative u' nprla. unv on ,h. i .., .
c.< Works and so well known in the business as autumn hurt a' MiA 11''''fli ... .. I
and Mrs. Frank Harris as win- Mrs. G."trg.laeKa)'. as eta) ommiittee. Mr*. AB*>n F < ;. < ..1Py'a.t. .....". .a I'". b.' .w.....
history of Ocala, is in the
and is registered at Montezuma stood in the back hall and i&utumn'l and Jtn. W. WHk4<< >... M* i ri'kdtetHMltrd .if lh... ......, ."d then ...... ...... al't

Visit my hott'! ter.All of the ladies assisting Mrs. Ilheinatier guests to the dining room the ftwgnm* mtttl tt.. ..tMwing ..... n. pta..l I'" ..., ...........
E. L. Carney in The l.inV.. wietJh.. ...>,. .
was charge.
white dresses young
5 and 10 Cent Store wore lovely mad std a' 4''n 'a rho w'-il itltisk+y ..tkaki
wreaths in their hair. Those impersonating ladies serving were Misses Meta Jew- Miss Valeta Putter mm sprits M> I IE. .- oo,.. rtt,. '. ...,ltd

During the wind storm Wednesday spring wore wreaths of tiny ett. Mamie Talor. Ethel Robinson. Annie I. tliacf ramm Mn>. W HI'- iad u.., I I.."'h' 'ytttati .

an immense oak tree immediately: be- white flowers those as summer pinkwreaths Da'\;is. Pauline Sullivan and Sue i era, autumn and ....... Jack '.in,, Arr.e .

hind Dr. Powt-rs residence was blownup the ladies as autumn had .Anderson as winter. ..-,. Thtrr < t..,... 'J< **
by the roots. Happily the wind
was their coiffures arranged with autumn The dining room was the most elaborately The pretty moans of ih c hoo.>. t. .f fetet ? iii. r'1..t tsgt.t .
V. from th.Wt'st and blew the tree intoa I I
I)/ s'. 'HUT was a visitor yes else leaves and winter with holly wreaths. ]I decorated" of any of the rooms beautiful with terns a4 "'.tll\ ,. **** II.' i.t- i'.i ,tie, ....... ,
vacant lot it would have fallenon
The girdles worn by the ladies corresponded in the house and was so realistically flowers tHird ,.... air with (/tirance. "' k lam) bus ,i... It H..". ....... .
terday. top of t1I.' house.:; A number of other -
I with the flowers in their winter that one instinctively ahirenil I(I ..tarel'l1a'Y

-- smaller trees were blown down and as they entered. The table was covered In the rear of ..... hall tl"+. i ,-. ter. ....sNt 0 I" .

Ju4,,{r t''t nalJll, of Center Hill, fences blown away in different partsof I hair.On the front veranda Miss Sarah with cotton springled with silver was uiMt-ed and u 4atf.rni hi, .. torn .11 itofcwrMUIl '.qka: I s" I

$umtrr ,-ounty, was a visitor :yesttry. town. I Elizabeth :\ c.Cref'ry. as summer and i dust which was an almost perfect representation ..,.....tvtt. Thi ptaif trm "n iii< > M, ess-.. \. .?. a. ....,.., a.. .

Miss Sara Elizabeth Harris perfortnern M|.HM|. .
A Mild Protest. as spring l of snow. In the center "aa AM plans i. 1 i. <|r.> '.h.
-- I invited the guests into the house. Mrs. a small tree covered with, icicles and from the fntni hail. lli. I..., "tW ....M.. \1 ....1. .

A In perhaps no other state of the "". V. Xt>wson. as autumn. received at I snow and the table was t'dgttdith and the living re.... and ..!>..(>*Ii> .Mdl.hl'.. *... i. *ri. .. i PM d I-. i
Mr W. C. null
came up from United States is'a message from the the front door an.IIrs.. W. S. Bullock .holly wreathes. cert huirn had ...<... arnMHP in .. .Isle \. II'. nulnlt ..t headMs .

uululVlU."t'tln..ti.lay'* in the city.Mla to spend a f wUf. governor treated with the contemptthat as winter, introduced thej I I I The mantle was wrapped with snow I IireD"' to seat .n..' btndr..l and *.<' firai.."" a..,. litI..,

prevails in the legislature of Flor- !guests to the receiving party. Mrs. ;j and on the top a perfect snow man held ly-llve pxiplTh. r. *a. a .lr.U.j I. .'L' n.10 ateiy '," ,
-- C. E. Abson also received the guests i i '. circle. and on h,.tra anti bait....>>> ..
The sideboard had its
swa} as principal -
ida. During the present session but! '
Eula Durrance is up from Ybor at the front door. I Ii and for ih nft..PTI.I..M ih. IhtMi lion >1I I {
Oity amt la the guest of her sister. Sirs.ttoonce one message has been read in full the I i decorations minature Christmas .., tit T**>.
t, The receiving line stood in the par- :j trees and holly branches.The was a charnuhjc ''l1"' <'i" r.' )i>.i.
Hayes for a few days. procedure being to "spread on the 1 1Jnurnal. J lor which was attractively arranged as II ].i The program ci>Bi..ifi< n If.. i"t'-' I. i.i.'v MI. [
ice cream was served in littlesnow
." Whether this is done with an j j I spring. Across the room just above I II InK alln..n. i-tncii ysrlvltdlff Alf Wu./. + stf
,I covered baskets on little
Mr. Roy Fuller arrived in Ocala intent to belittle Governor Broward. j-i mats decorated with holly nn lithe Putlitln" ). the first alai tart ..t..r. r iH .... t$.4 kr- I lair
or because of indolence, is not clear i iKuch i i i! in Ocabt ...... '. ...., .
tV>..!...f IH< r tai ,. ..... m. rs .,+ .
disisition of a message cannot :|:in purple and around the rooms were IW'WUed ,.It-v i
uniting hilt father Dr. I;. I>. Fuuler.J :j:design. ... arf"U .l Ob-M I -t' ntr .
always be on the ground of lack :!: Easter \lilies! and other white .
put many Th (.(''gram w.. as : .. ..'\ .... ....
of time, berause soon after the disposal i i flowers.Receiving. :j; After being served the guests th'n Madamstrumentnl lanny ttlt.'ruA..IJ Zt..r h, l -

)Ire Harriet II. Toby returned of a message yesterday the with Mrs. Rheinaut-r and Jwent in Mrs. 5t"ott's where the musicale I ...
rs ha'li
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Ii rlie \\ ...inrsday afternoon from Lake house adjourned after having been in''(I:Mrs. Scott were Mrs. Edward Holder. ,! was held going across the lawn Mis Vi.ilw All. ii. R-iliu i

jHr' where she had been visiting for session but one hour and fifteen min land; Mrs. B.v.. 1Iinulls.Ir: :?. ,and through the archway. I Mt+. Malb.'tr S..w .....s'r skin. Ml OrJ

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JIUWlH'tl! Catarrh Medicine.A f .' ) t4: I II
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\V,i..h! lh!;t"U. n. c., writes as follows: .;:w; 1 -<< j ? S? / 4$ hayewsli iI wtth "..., J.4U'fp''p t.a14s .-

I I'pon the recommendation of personal ( 'PI/ ,)...U'WlA + .
inendii and many strong testimonialst ( (; GEN"L KIRBY "W' ....... r.taitMas *nIE p.,...
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? the efficacy of Peruna in the treatment d 1 .'MI.Js.. i ..... ,: ,

of the numerous symptoms of the :: ".' :. :. PfU.rtt f, to ... ...rat'v ............."
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grip with which I have been affected for fIJ'.-.'. ..'.. l4 '.1e tsa I'Imt.t.l'f ,,"II J r P.

f.'Ur months pat, I have been inducedto ;" .. mi'e. I,.ItfIwII M .M-

undergo a treatment of this justly : :, '" ; I III,. J.*a 4 ...... tI.,.i. 't. ft .

celebrate formula. ::....... .. .;:$? --,,,2:: g' f. GENLYODER Mtatng r... ... it*. *

hi ftt-1 a decided change; fVr the better ':; ... rv.> .. ': ; '. '.: I 1....a IM list relies i A tCarl i*. .,
it* for one week only pecially ;/. \ f: ; ;. .
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in toning up the stomach, and r consequent :::-..-.: .. .., ;-, .:".,,,'i'J;., .""...'. : ..X":.:.<"< I tttl.. This ..tatly ... < <.It a..>i
decided effect upon my appetite. '.:. '.:. : ...'o#'< $
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"I therefore feel much encouraged thatI .. :. t: ;' .. iWSMM. .'birA t .......,..

/ln on the road to complete rt. torarI1l. .::/'; .. ... )\".:". ,' Xi: "'.-.; ip ; ...=.:. Aunt MAta a ...,..... rhu
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I nave had: the honor to command a ;..'.".."._'..:.J." .,.. .f"1; : ; : > ............. lad .. adts.,..
I bripade of her veteran cavalry in a four- .' \ ': .. '.. .11.. fw ..
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year war may accept this voluntary ::: : \ t" '' :"i. ;$$ .: \i : I I"slsre M trtad iwtyyd .., p.Merit
timonial to the merit of Peruna from : % \ ad ..srtsl tratlasatr >rttM .snit t..mpeal
a isense of obligation for its wonderful ,,' f' I
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Pe-ru.tu a Good Tonic. ,.Ii.-.. .'.... ..".,,,,,. ''"Ii, :; .x.:<-, =--- "\' X,0._,\'*::' .i-t";..' "'$0> > JJ'tUI. I .. %t say Iii, .y+1..*****a M..."sal i
$541. M. C. Butler, of South Carolina, : "V-. I.,.. .I !.. P.ri.. osa.tlrs. .h..11 I

writer from Washington, D. C., as Recommends Pe-ru-na :" ,\ \\I,; .lfl ,,, : Used Pe-ru-na-Satis!led As to Its :Mtrtti '......1' ... bMIT .d, '" M Mptpy I" r..
follow: to the Afflicted. = !- i 'It"t tit. vb'atatwtira. Mal "'M"tll

"I can recommend Peruna for dyspepU . . . . /; :"...; r ... ..4 ..... ., .Recommends. ..I. It. to. All..Sufferer... .. ,....... aslo,eoaf aVs si.4m$ sat) i t. ..1 '
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and stomach trouble B',".,,. .en.. T\'. T. I ?"it':. .q.i i".( _"; young sltaa at Ml* iff. < f f.*rat -.
"I bate been using your medicine fora + fiirby\\ashm tont D. t ; :;' S.R .:i' G A M lLe ; <: S. S. Yod r, .>' : M i. AT., \. I Waiington 1 "..... It ..................-s1s .a

.hot t period and 1 feel very much relieved. l e. write con't'fninp. +/,; "-... ?/ ...) en. gg. I I). C., writes : eatatrhal ittmm M .rtevdlk- aim
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I 1 Per nna, as follow: +eo . !f..IJ 1 -' a; "I desire to MV that / dare t.fI d 14naw t true awl It.. rVfMMl MOM*** .. a >

"It i.- indeed a wonderful medicine, 2 "Friends of mine having used + AiJ. '!' fo b; a wonderful remedy. I standard .*t..altaf *... I '''..1I <1you
and deputes tonic." :i.j' ,,1-10 t A short time and ant star "m-.I I h..h Md tMltlsd rd
a good your Perona catarrh cure with T D %. yie vei
I ,7 t. its merits I sMll
good results, 1 am im with t, ,j1. !: .. AS .-.1 ....H"4' "
Colds In the Head and Throat. sad l vv' 4'i7 .. ., it to sutteren.

1 Chu.W. HowmmltLieut.a.nd. I 11 1 Its ommend eunt/it qualities to those, who can are ree-alt .. . ..+-.....--.. .......j P*.. MIwM ..rim 11....

flicted. i J...... J Uto'''', silt M'tMaalsh A....
i Lanhatn. Mil., as follows: I .. . . . . .' . ..1, DEAFNESS CAUSED BY CA.T \RRHfor Kidney TrouMr. cw...a. c.MI t' -pf.... t...... htr til 4 MiHM

'.Though somewhat averse to patt'ntfnt.I"Jnt'tI. An Inxlloratln TonIc. j r wad Catdffh. I the ,...It... Is UtahI'aaptiro

be- Pear-Admiral )I....... tNdMe<< ttir a ...... ....
and still more averse to ___.... .. . . . . . . . . t . ., WMhtagu.a, "writ .: .
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coraiog a professional: man, :lSlllnton.D.Hltes:
..-;aa+ only a plain duty in the present ".\flee the use of Peruna for a short | T* ien. A. M. Leg; writes from the Savings Bank: Building, Washington t I "I have used Parana and Ind U very 1doq .... aloe ......', t ........, 4tYtntw.
beneficial for trunhfe !
kidney MM ore
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1 those to add my experience to the period, I can now cheerfully recom-jt! f : ? cold .,
jrionin* already writtenconcerningtheci mend your valuable remedy to any cae i I "I take pleasure in endorsing the many recommendations I have heard | stony coed: fete. eoof aa, Mrt .* II A. ...... tow .... I NIl haM
taribal trouble.
'. hvc powers of Peruna. who is in need of an invigorating : + and read of Pernna, because of having hall knowledge: of the truth of eo T I t sahhd Ntlhae 111o pasts antic WI

"1 have been particularly benefited by tonic.. ; many of them. % Comlnced of He ru u'$ Merit. ...,... aM I .ia aaabtt k. stt yt kI .

Its CM for colds! in the head and throat. We always tell our sick and ailing; friends of the remedies! that we have Dritf. ti"n. J. Floyd King, -__...1.I Mi..iMM hall MM k.*. I MfhdI :

"I have been able to fully cure myself For Catarrh of the Stomach. I I'i: learned from experience,,were good for U5 when ailing in the same way, I ton, D. ('., writ'4: t[ ...,.t had .halo..S foist OHMIR*.

- of a most severe attack In forty-eight: Gen. \\'. "'. Duffield, Washington; and we do it as a duty we feel that we owe them. I "I unh'-eitaungly state drat I.. 1 mj ".4 d....... d aeM. .... .ill trot

our by lu use according to direction D. C., writes: It t Why is it any the less our duty to advise all the people we can when we % vince Peruna is a mediHa whtch will 1 i ...ta k' d.. m* a pgttirio of i......

k. a "I ue It M a preventive whenever "I: have tued Peruna in my family I i. know of a good and comparatively inexpensive remedy that makes many t I effect ill that it eUtnv-d fur iu u...." I .. .d4ai .d ts.rap ..r'.. fapeelal

1' 1 j threatened with an attack. and have found it a valuable medicine I J.t cures, and benefits In almost all cases? t Those desirous of obtaining l I ...,.... by p. rttas. 1 III tu try a

' a Memberi of my family also me It and take pleasure in recommending it I "My own little personal experience of being relieved of deafness, caused directions with regard to tbe u.. ..f r ....... ..... I Gad ..... ...., ....

x-1 ., In like &1lmenu. to all who eufter from catarrh of the t by a siege of catarrh, warrants: me In advising all the afflicted to Just try Peruna should writ to Dr. 8. B. Hartman -. .I tell

"We are recommending It to our stomach or who require a tonic of t Pernna." President of the Uartman Mini. I 1 t..k .I' sa diraei.of '. r tea sst.tha

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- THE GOVERNOR IS LOSING HIS I The Woman's Easter Edition of the :'j FOR THE WOMAN'S )to NEW INVENTION FOR 0000
I EQUIPOISE. !!Ocala Banner: was as dainty as a neW EASTER ESOITION. | ROADS.
I Easter bonnet.-Orlando I
I ReporterStar. -

I I Th- Tallahassee Sun. whose editor': The last edition of the Ocala iLan- Mr. H. H. IHioB. president of 'I.

FRANK HARRIS Editor. 1|is a great admirer of Governor Brow- i i :'ner: was i issued as a "Woman's 135'ter board of county *UBiMfcNK'r ( -

P. V. Leavengood Business Manager. !'ard and on most occasions his cham- I j Notwithstanding the recent severe Edition." being gotten: out by the
----- -- .------- -- pion and defender, claims t., be surprised 'j cold in April advices say that the peach ladies: of St. Margaret's Guild. It is-;Orange count]. bas had Mh'II"on ,SEE'DS

at the governor's method ofj I crop in Georgia and Alabama will be neatly gotten up, well printed and contains draws to the good road far a anab.'r
1 t !sxihmg the race problem. It can not i good. almost a library of interesting of years aad at the lint nttUM ten. E'a .,,e.r. .

; refrain from characterizing his proposition I :reading matter: and the ladies in that cet. ate
I il- the county co .4..loi .f. to coon a..r
; i The average d circulation of the "'t .,
iI I as visionary and irrational; yet charge as well: as the editors of > ". a pin Yo Itkb ** I" lr R't.
the Jacksonville over 1
yTerp Metropolis is .trK
I at thf same time insists that the governor '| ,: Banner are to be congratulate upon fives will woltittoUi food rwd 'II .
I eleven thousand. ,
!getting out such sheet.i .- t'ef
j severely! practical and that a splendid It tntilHis
and WBWVIT u
that county "e4 Aau.utl '
f :from: hi- very make-up can be nothing I i i Manatee River Journal. I I i Invention ewwMrt of .cote.nt CllfiUflti) K.s
Senator Tillman will lecture ini! .ss. ,
1 .else. blocks, having a depressed track "" r ( It F
I ,I IF \Vronf'ss a certain admiration for![Jacksonville April 11. His theme will The Easter Edition of the Ocala enough to accommodate wide and sat'

th- Sun, an aamiration for its striking :ibe the race problem. Banner, published by the ladle oft vehicle and automata l .-
._ ._ row gage
for itscourageous --- J t Ocala. most excellent ,
: originality; an admiration was a publica- ? t isda
James J. Hill!, the great railroad They are to b* laidad to nr. a
I of I 'tioa and reflects credit all
and unique manner ex- great on .
king, has retired in favor of his son, clay surface to that the whwU u
I pnion ; we confess that its criticisms I Louis W. Hill. ;'connected! with it. The typographical: run in a Kincotli groove the '"'w a* V.., .

I t I of men and measures that we I I work was splendid, in Keeping with street railway la cKl: in ,the effort of the ladies
favor sometimes pleasing even literary good
are .
O.R 12, 1907. i When the bribe-giver shares the Mr D4ww says "an> outi"/ !'n- : : I' WKb! I1*.
their severity-we can never get angry |who edited and published the paper.
Ui "( i Tann." I ,. .
observed the trait in If Itie ....\
fate of the bribe-taker the
----- --- political s page'was and interesting
-- -- Sun. Every bright -
with a paper like the j fir if + .j i
I noticed that the smuttracka U- .
And sormn ha.nominated Hon. Imillennium will have dawned. baa tr "ft'up Pf,
with theSun : and much be
too praise cannot
We cannot, however agree ; .
Sam Pasco "Ir governor \\'*-Ii, well, I i -"--" "--* ,of a car line are toed to great 1'1'1&i Ui 'h- Hint r-? r ia'fttoo ...ItaU

\\fell.Apalachicola Times. that Florida's governor is constitutionally I The president's "furgettery" serves
practical A man who isi'him a good purpose. It is nice i I so used these vehicles wak* *'Ion rapid ""or. ';j .nI.i I.."'" '" hr ?; H 'II gp,

Several political booms in constitutionally practical cautious.. ]jsometies to forget-but there are others !Ii i The Ocala Banner of March 31st time oa them" 11." I ,' ....t r....,... atn.w p>rtfA .
were put .
the incubator at Tallahassee duringthe thoughtful and conservative. He never who have good memories. ;j jl 'was the Woman's Easter edition and Speaking of Mr DU<. s HI \ t'll' >u :0 ,_ IiJ Nrha. '. 4.1&.. ft+rr,

week-Ap tlachicola Times. delights in taking chances and .-.-- -- !certainly was a credit to the brickicity the Orlando Reporter Star *ay., them date au.f.. .; .' s IU lit..

never loses his equipoise even under j l The Boston lady who rewarded with i t tI and the enterprise of its home- Mr Dixons Invention i* a four u.d the 6a ,r I'.a.. .,.' a.a,

the most distressing circumstances. I a smile the conductor who restored makers.-Eustis Lake Region. !'. sided block of eement. IItt'UVrtIII bed thr, aU"1; :rn.. i. .UIIII .assaet

The Baltimore Sun says that the The governor of Florida is not only i i her purse really gave him a great rej j ji i j 12x12x24 laches Two side of this said .ft..t..uf :nn-fi, ..itm ....

: kidnaping of young Marvin in Dela- willing to take chances which was j(ward when we consider how rare a !i The Ocala Banner published a ladies' are grooved six i..... in width sad within four 11'11' _. i. -..n hi.
ware is the only thing not cnarged up shown in his filibustering expedition !|smile is in Boston.-Atlanta Journal. ; Easter Edition which is certain- ,i one aad one half laches deep theedges Maftott S.. like:

against Addicks. which we do not here criticise but he |ily a credit to its originators, and the '' beveling at aa aagie to the H HI,IT< H3W

--- --- is a dreamer. He dreams dreams. He I "Peace on earth, goood will toward |ladies of Ocala are to be congratulated :top of the block. This groove will ac \,,.,....
Tom Watson is still beligerant and dreamed dreams when he went over '
I on the articles contributed.-Dunn- 'coramotiate the automobile tins as -
> continues to to Cuba and he dreamed dreams whenhe -
f wear a chip on his I .ellon Advocate. ,I,well as the narrowest bony tare sad

shoulder. He is lambasting every- went into the executive chair. land the Ocala Star compliments: the * is constructed that to turn out of '
; thing in sight and some things not in Sometimes the dreams he dreams become Banner's Easter Edition.-Dunnellon i so .11 r I I'A'N ,t"' ,J r J I (A J
;, Nothingbut One of the most interesting: special the groove is a term] simple
sight. almost nightmares.
;< a nightmare it occurs to us. Advocate. ;editions: of a newspaper ever seen: in !! The end of the cement blocks hamortUe \ "

Florida is the Woman's Easter num- and tenent so that lai.i
would have induced him to advise the Rev. Edward Everett Hale chap-
valuable ber of the Ocala Banner.: This end to end tbeyIo'Ut fit snugly to( eiher. .
: lawmaking power of a sovereign state lain of the United States senate is in :| ,
splendid edition by St.Margaret's .
was published
N. now sells for J2.40: per pound. A few* where the freedom of the press in coexistent his eighty-sixth year, is hale and haer-: : iel tM
I exhibited to
:-. : Guild of Grace Episcopal'church ]I Mr Dixon a iw
years ago it had no sale on the mark- with the government, to invade ty and in possession of all his mental ,
whose members took entire county board and esplate Ms prop
et. the constitutional rights of certain faculties. He presents a fine type of ,
charge. including the editorial society and regulate their man of the twentieth make. FUNERAL!
JA. newspapers century
j' business, advertising and cir- track road of these blt l ekat for pelt
conduct. --- --- -
At the Stanford White auction sale \Ve can arrive at no other conclusion The Ocklawaha river from Lake !'culating departments. The work of nary travel and at the same tint increased

ordinary sofa pillows sold for $170 but that the governor of Floridais Eustis to Lake Griffin is now in fine I the ladies is a genuine litearry treat, travel) demand a two track DIEECTORS.! j

apiece. Thaw's bullet gave a tinge of troubled with hideous distorted order. W. S. Williams with a crew !land Ocala should be proud to claim road could be built though for all I-

tragedy to the sale and stimulated !as citizens such talented: women as practical purposes the one track
has just finished moving
is nearly fifty
dreams or else his equilibrium going j Have a full *f M-k of < prices out of '!those who contributed to this Easter would be sufficient and teatck could t;
sight. astra)'. logs which were from 35 to CO feet l Hurul (Outfit >IW.'I..I| ....... M

---- .. long, from the channel. The work was I i number.-St. Augustine Record. turn off and on with the greatest MH' HurUl $..rVMVM.Embalming.

( : Beans from Wauchula brought six'"THE FREEDOM OF THE PRESS"If done by order of the Ocklawaha boat 55 I!| The stone can .be manufactured all

dollars per crate in the New York club of Eustis.-Eustis Lake Region.If i I II i Ii The Easter number of the Ocala along the route as the sand Is always ;' to Order
available and the cement only seedsto <
markets. The shipments from that station we were a candidate for the gubernatorial { Banner came out in the form of a -- _. -
lie transited.
up to last week amounted to nomination we would come a man has nothing else to recommend "Woman's Easter Edition," and it wasa
the coal by
p lie roughly estimates
:!,SOf' 11 him for the peach too. It was printed on book
gubernatorial office
in platform "for the i milt HUBERT
out ringing
p'ackages------- I a ) contract not to exceed $%.000 per
but his money he ought to be made to 'paper contained 20 pages, and had
J freedom of the press. v | and if done with county convict
: So spend it. If he has everything else ,!some of the most attractive advertise- : IV VILEV.
( : long as Harry Buckman of Du- stand with Thomas Jefferson I 1 at probably at $l.5tat per mile.
val, and other champions of higher We would 1 to recommend: him and has no money ing and most interesting: reading mat Rainy days when otherwise the coa- lt dam b> ft"tI8fOt

education sit in our legislative halls J in proclaiming that the press ter that we have noted in any recent Hchnet b) l.extngttdr
handicap-ped I victs could not work tee roads they
wise similar edition.: Editor Frank Harris A dark toy buryM. grate w'e !
I the cause of education will be liberallyE I must be untrammelled. That could be utilized in the manufactureof .f l'
remt'mb''alatka leraltl. I mary is all right in theory but in practice and the ladies of Ocala make a combination aM actitw. oouibiuiut the bi tr.r, 1
said that
:and sagacious statesmen a the stone track under corerAs
; _________ _. it shuts out the poor man how- that cannot be beat.-Pensacola should become tittf Mood with ;h.I.Watt hnru. j
free press formed the key to the arch in ,' these blocks bred.A .
ever talented and ambitious. A Journal. .
The picture ofIr.. T. Albert Jennings poor !; worn on the top surface they could Hurt foal nester 11I1104"'lu,, (b..1;
Other '
the structure of our government. .
I is much out of in *
man as place a primary -
". occupies a conspicuous place in be turned upside down and thus be irnldle aDd driving hd.sw.s \ti loose '
the columns of the last issue of the i statesmen in other governments have g, campaign as a. strange dog at a i i The Ocala Banner issued a twenty practically new. of bin colts art JlJud saddler p4
said that the freedom given to the j frolic.
Industrial Record of Jacksonville the I I i page Easter Edition which would bta The proposition is to have the apace speedy drtveb. t .

official organ of the Florida turpentine ]press of the United States differen-! -- -- 'i credit to any publication. Many ar- between and at the outer edge of the Terms of service. Su.irii IHT onevice :0
1 tiated it from all other governments in or ,;..... with privU.e uf .-
; i
erators. j The south is in need of nothing so I> ticl.-s of timely interest: concerning track"const rue ted of half clay and half

_. --0- .._ 1 the world. A censored press means a I much just now as labor and if Governor :Ocala were nicely featured.-St. Petersburg sand sufficiently hard to admit of turning mare .a oftu axi* netcMary.
like Russia where the cit- within sixty days after first .. rvi .,
If General Gilchrist is as successful Broward's scheme of deportation Times. easy travel by horses: and to prevent or $lu. the of a ct tll =rash
building political fences as he has izen speaks only by pleasure 1'were carried out with any degree of i! 5,5 sand filling in the cement grooves. and uck.

proven in the house building line he the Czar. It means a despotism. ;, haste it would paralize our industries The Ocala Banner for March 31 was .

will canter down to the political wirea If we were a candidate for the gubernatorial 'and produce a panic that would cause 'j'a twenty page woman's edition full of i, T. A. Jennings a Candidate. BILLY REEDA

neck ahead of his adversaries.A .- nomination we would!I widespread ruin, desolation and fam- I matters of great interest to the ladies. We have a telegram from Peasacoia ,

'hicola Ti ines. stand upon the rock that every officer j ine. If carried OUT slowly the increase "lit is a neat affair and the management stating that the Journal in a double cray Jack .ii years old bMl&

.-. ---- in a democratic government is a |' of population among the negroes ':and the ladies of Ocala are to be complimented column editorial in Thursday's paper. '' from KeMuck last fall good .kuaaad .

Gadsden county is the latest to join servant of the people and is subject ( would fill the places of those dei on the E'dition-Fort Pierce formally launched Mr. Jennings' gubernatorial very active. A IJI'Ufoal] RHter,
to criticism. We would proclaim that | I :producing colts good mouth to .bt
the tall "dry" column. From all appearances i i ported, so there you are. The race j News. boomlet.

this line of work will continue the official who favored the censor-I problem it seems to us would be more *. 'I Mr. Jennings is a native of Flor- shown lat the fair in l""" itoguw Ky.

until the open bars are confined ship of the press to escape criti-,easily solved by a more general distribution ; ida, having been born and reared la ,
j The Easter Edition of the Ocala Billy Heed i"
cism has business holding pub-. wa BaaghnutatJack.
tQ the four largest cities of the state. no a of the negroes into all the ,i Hamilton county. lIe has been a member -
edited the ladies of IM dan Edna, Powell
lic office. | Banner by good ny big
R ? -I'alatka Herald. j states and territories. I IGovernor of the Williams Naval Storescompany ,
and {that citwas one of the most interesting !jack; 2nd dam Lance b> Paragoa.Billy .
If official is honest -
a performs
of Savannah, Georgia and
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Reed b half l.n.ih.-r to the Bail
and instructive have
Thf'II1f'rican Eagle, printed at Es- his duty fearlessly and conscientiously I Broward during his campaign !' papers work is has amassed a fortune-&t least what ''Jack, the bent nmU! jC'k in I.tacuin
'seen. But such high grade
teni. the official organ of the Kore- the people will soon discover j in the primary election dis is regarded as a fortune by the aVt'r.age county, Kyi .

shans. writes an open letter to Editor it and unjust criticism of hisactions 1 tributed eighty thousand |emblematical of pure, sweet womanhood Floridian He has never depended I i i i Terms of *wrin'. |:,
k L'Engle, of the Tallahassee Sun ands will in the end endure to his entitled 1 I "Florida's School of cartoons Journalism' ,i the world over.-White Springs upon politics for a living and has .',... $l" mi p.-r >. n It'e with p> 're 1"tft. \:

addresses; it to "Clawed" which means credit and popularity.The I j I Herald. never before been a candidate for an ;:liege of return uHf-.n as i* ne ..." .
in which several: dignified editors -i
that in the controversy the Sun got freedom of speech: and the free- I I 'office to which a fee or salary is at nary within sissy d.\v after the Itwnrlc t
I the state (the editor of this
"clawed" l.y the Eagle. dom of the press, justly rank as our A Methodist Scism. tached. -. |ltfM, t' infill a ruh to
t paper being one of them) were receiv-
-- land and .urkService
richest inheritance and cannot be too ,
------- ---- The Methodist in Cincinnati all West Florida instruction from the corporations are presents Mr. Jennings .
aM nt'\ tfiie f"inh 'i
.. There will be no more negroes recruited sedulously guarded.Mr. I stirred One of the is candidate for confidentin r
up. preachers as a governor
jand were not made to look like Ap- or jack when not >-.r\i' t- i.. noe4t-r '
"s for the army orders to that Jefferson said that he had rather .j polios by any means. But none of the on trial for "heresy'- and Dr. Davis the belief that he will he f'lt'C'tt'Ct. t't' Kitcfpt .'In'it l.rt-d to innate a 'W

effcit coming from the war depart- have a government without soldiersthan editors took umbrage at the cartoon W. Clark a former president of the i -,-- BoltIhen ,,'nu'.. f? dn'- when "

ment. The shooting up of Brownsvilleby I without newspapers but a cen-]and did not think for a moment of''!"Preachers' Union," in his address be- A dispatch from 4'tneinna'ias .i coil m.*i'!> rrquirtins'' 'II' when tI\f'

negroe troops is responsible for the !soml press is worse than no press at j bringing suit against the author for 'fore the union said: .I II that although the egg plant (nun mar ir parted! 't', '*,I.if ,M an vkT

tho'i ion of the war: de-partment.-Ap- all. i damages. 4 I "Now, I am opposed to making anymore Florida are' uf good volume they ar,' hor.-' in Jhrj.A .
alirhicoia. Times. It is well for the safety of the re God \ ''in will in r..c '.' .1 I ,,1' ;1"r
I ---- ..... > theological definitions saveius barely adequate to meet the demand

public been so that few.Whatever .the Pennypackers have i I President Roosevelt admits that the i' from them: the kingdom of God.. The egg plant in a vegvtani.. that I U IWr'Ct'Mares fw'Will !Is' k. .'r. [MlUl'. asL
Tlu- Tampa Tribune says that Representative various trust rushedover lis within you.. You cannot write it fn. growing in popularity Th Florida "
i organizations l : 'H' ''''1 liMIT II
else do in
; George G. Mathews, of, we our madnessand books. It is love and service and
each other to make contributions t"mat.Hare arriving also in C..ud'tli.. This si
Marion county, is on the wrong tact folly don't let us muzzle the :to the republican campaign fund of faith. Our dogmas may well be keptas utne and am pronounced Arm and 1"'- tk'aart( at DiinuM'ii.i: !'H us. 'III" aD,!

in his efforts to abolish the office of I press.If 19 lt. But the contributions that pour- curios and placed on the top shelf. cellent Reports from the X.-w York dine half iiiiU-s' w.',' ..s ]rang. I a4. .

County treasurer. It is an important any editor so far forgets his highprerogative f'ed' into that fund in 19f 4 was a mere We may keep them as we do our "Rule markets say that Florid i henna: i ,- alICJIl1 IMII and nt. :,,. hit!I.', ...11' i eN
office, indeed one of the I as to make a license ,._r ut \lrltitosl
most important :drop into the bucket compared with of conduct for preachers" which we mat,,..:, and lettuce are light ami tg >,.,
the liberty accorded him it will be
offices under our constitution and have not destroyed, but we simply ..
ithe contributions that were made to, preserve d..tuanll < >d.
hnal,1 not be abolished. "discovered: and his license will be his S RGAfTSKHL.Mare;
I republican campaign fund to defeat as a curio although we knowit .
ruin. Those who abuse its freedom -- ----
General I'will soon find their level. I I Bryan in 189C. Some of these days cannot be observed and enforced in It seems to us that Governor Bro :I.SlU 1110'0,1 t F .
Consul Rodgers at Shanghai \
;this day and represents ideas of "
I some one will make some revelations i ard in his speeches used harsher Ian
has just cabled the state d'part-I Let the press alone. the taint Irssd *. {regarding that campaign that will! past. about the editor
guage of the
An untrammeled j Time
ment that in his opinion the food supplies I press more than'anything Likening the "dogmas of the

noon their way to relieve Chinese ; else reflects the strength and |make even hardened republicans: stand church" to "curios" stirred a "hornet's t'nion than the Times-rnioa ever us 1 We have jti- > t:: t' -i m a < "r .1
famine sufferers will be bufficient glory of our institutions. aghast at their magnitude. In no year ed about him and surely no one has oftHIDt'lt br <>.1! >na1': e\--r t.n :: '.

to meet the needs of the people. He I j A free press has made our country i!since the republic was formed was i nest, as it were and "hot times"followed. been more grossly cartooned than tfce1'to the Mate, a**} ;o a.:: these I i- '" 'J''
says, however, that about $: 9.000 in 'I great-muzzle it and it will be our |more done to beguile the voter by the(! editor of the Tinies-l'nion. It b he mire Ibt"ulIf... will h-"! '!" n ';

gold will be required to relieve: further j{undoing. !accumulation and distribution of vast that ought to have on his fighting look very rat i,nat>l.- |Ir'. t', (''''lit' MI. > A-

suffering once the foodstuffs are sums of money. : How Much Will It Cost? ,clothes or at least that is the way It Than t\\.r a- !iM'RIeX
r\t\I qBU! :'"
distributed. ii' Mr. Lee J. Clyatt, of Gainesville I I _.-,-- --- i' According to the Times-t'nion the',looks to us. I J (1.', ...
a .Ii
; Secretary of Agriculture Wilson is Punta Gorda Herald figures that it i
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who for the past twelve :years has ;, ---

Ami now comes the startling information (been a clerk in the United States land much worried: over a report just re- '''will require a barrel o( $2O.iU1 I J to elect: The Reward of a Good Editor. ,

that Hon. Sam Pasco bei]office: has resigned and will enter up- ;,i reiwd from Dr. W. D. Hunter, who' even so good and well known a man The Punta nONa Herald last a ..<'K

a candidate for governor Sakes may alive! I'Jon: the practice of law. Mr. Clyatt is I!is in charge of the boll weevil investigation as General Albert Gilchrist governor contained a fine cut of the new H.i.aid T. NEEDHflNl ;

can it be possible that this aged :a brother of Mr. W. W. Clyatt, of this for the department in the' ''of the state of Florida. Gilchrist is building and of Editor Jorrtai

schemer and ante-deluvian political I:city and is a frequent: visitor here. j southern states. Dr. Hunter reportedthis :said not to be willing to buy the place I Brother Jordan looks the am.- Ire,

fossil will be resurrected from I _____ ( week from Baton Rouge La., that |land has not really: announced himself I progressive "pink top" st-ribe that LUMBER :

Obli\-I :conditions throughout the winter have1rbeen ''a candidate. The question is: If it he did twenty-two .
ion and placed before the Up to Thursday there had : year aff> \\ h. n

They would quickly relegate him to I shipped from south California this unusually favorable for the hibernation ,will take $20.000 to elect a well knownjnan this editor learned tlJ "stick tyi.." inu .

-I season 10,480 cars of oranges. Last of the pest that he forsees a.; with qualifications, how much his shop at Oxford-The Oxford orange TINNER

White Springs season up to the same date, there Igreat abundance of the boll weevils in ;will: it require for one who has little Leaf, in Sumltr county We ar. :

Herald.- were shipped 11,907 cars, thus showing ,ithe cotton fields and fears that much.i I else but a barrel the size of a nail pleased to note his good health \|. 1

The Tallahassee; Sun prints two Pk-I a shortage this season, of 1.42 damage the will result. In consequence ,,keg It would look as though nothing I Ii i various spirit trenchant pen and m.rited I Gas and Steam Fitter
". ( departure is putting forth every :i but i one the size of a hogshead need '!
lures of Governor Rroward, one cars. Considering the shortage of I I prosperity. I.lH.K ma) h* thrlv

at the time of his inauguration and i' :,) cars this season, one is led to the ;of effolt coping: to discover with the some insect.certain means :I apply-Orlando Reporter-tSar. I j-White Springs Herald. 1i -t

.. the otht'r't'r)' recently. The former, !conclusion that fully as much, if not
So far the .
as senate is concerned -- -
the Sun says, possesses a mild and un- more, oranges have been shipp ed this'. ;, : Fitter of----

; furrowed face and in the latter the "season in proportion to the crop as !the sixtieth number congress of will bald-heads contain, for an'unusual : OO OO OOO OOO O I IIi

lines are stronger and the features J I was shipped last season. And the fruitis t'with' the Baths '
exit of Clark of'
Montana, .
firmer and his determination !
more un- ; rodinp up remarkably well. We '

compromising. But.d.. n':> Jeffersonian have no fears that any considerable NCarmack.;of Wisconsin of, Tennessee on March 4 and, last.Spooner that ) Consumption is less deadly than it used to be. 4* Hot Water Apa-atus, "

[ Magazine for April prints a full proportion of the crop will be allowedto Wash
I body lost a vast Basins Closets
page: picture the governor taken recently go to waste as weather conditions amount of hair. Senator Certain relief and usually complete ,
Clay, of Georgia, one of the three recovery A
which shows no furrowed lines.So from now on \ ill enable the railroadsto S Roofing Tin '

we take it the difference in thesepictures ., move the fruit more rapidly than pompador.: senators, still remains, but j] will result from the following treatment : 41 ,
[ i he is offset by the lack of hair of his Valley Tin.GuttE'rings
are altogether attributable to I they have been: able to do while flood # <> .
:colleague Senator
photographers and that the governor conditions pre\'ailed.-RE'dands: .California who is one Hope rest fresh air and Scotl'j
(. of the baldest: members. Senators : $p & Conduc- *l
still holds his placid countenance ,) Citrograph.The .
: i and that' the cares of office are not I (Mallory I of Florida, and McEnery, of 4? Emulsion tors always in sock

j j I I Louisiana are in the same class with I
making deep inroads upon him. Since Appeal to Reason claims a circulation E\
j Senator Bacon. Altogether, the United !' f I': tinlattjj furiiish l
being governor he is patronizing better I of Soy.505 and now belongs to' I States \LL DRUGGISTS : 50c. AND SI.OO. ( on 3pp1j1'tion.
: senate'will
photographers that is alL :the capitalistic class. j be more bald j Twentv.snvtin
I than tears l"X'
it has been for a decade. I v ooo ooo oo oo I>erience.

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i LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Master Joe Hall has accepted a position THE HUNTER DRUG COMPANY'S *BELLEVIEW BUDS AND BLOSj l I j JA WORD ABOUT THE HIRE OF/I:The Treaty Making Peer Under- the

.... 'I with the Hunter Drug tOll1pan-.j I OPENING. { SOMS. i I THE CONVICTS. Conttitut.
Mi Allison Wartman of Citra the '
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'I I tk ula. April *, IX
son lit Han. E. Wartman, spent
Dr. D. A. Smith and Mr. E. L. How- The Hunter Drug Company formally j" Lynne. Fla. April 9. 190';.
Tu<"*d..y in Ocala. their Special correspondence Ocala Banner I I To the Gditur Ot u; Banner.
I opened store to the
ell represented Anthony in Ocala Tuesday i: public I To the Editor Ocala Banner:
: afternoon. I 1 return "World* AlnuuMC. I .1...
'. Monday i Hen is Dear old Henry Ten-
gone. j r Last December tte board of county
; Ur. W. H. Powers spent Monday in i This company of which Mr. Charles tide not to write on the
I ell ahd his estimable wife have departed i t|i commissioners advertised for bids for I II treaty nuking -

consick. t Mr. and Mrs. Q. E. Peacock have returned -j.W. Hunter is the manager is occupying i! this town for greener pastures and I II j I the hire of Marion county convicts. In I i iI power In rontradkUon to the a..knowtedgol

I from short visit with rela-: the corner store of the Holder I I!that advertisement the board reserved j
a rights of
block and it has been ftx..d up very'their old home at Short Beach, Conn. 1 j jt lives at Williston. > i!to themselves the right to fourteen )
Mr. John T. Lewis slate inspectortf i!beautifully. It is saftto say that there ,]Everyone will miss them, and the void |male! convicts to work on the Fraarisco Scli H-I) Section. 8. of Article -

convicts, is in the city to Jay. I ji is not a more complete nor beautiful !|can only be filled by seeing their cheer- ''roads, hence the undersigned ( PUblil'1 G, of the l'nitta- Constitution
J. B.
Capt. Wilcox of Wilcoxonthej.Withlacoochee !
store south of Atlanta. The walls are iered ,' is t.rt..1 and
that reservation of the w) emphatic, that
and j ful faces and listening to lIen's anec- ;
a prominent
phos-Jj in and the woodwork in i
Mr. and Mrs. Oco. F. Dittnur and green Ii stoners and did not bid as much as he i the constitution mint" be cofwtrued
phate was Ocala's !! 'dotes. with them
operator among l the combination being very' They took Charley
thiklren left this morning for Ports- .I jwhite otherwise would have done if no such !
visitors Tuesday.Mrs. not only In its entirety, but In the
i cool and attractive looking. The show Hiller and his charming wife. They go
reservation" had len made However
mouth. H. I., where they will spend the -
I windows are all solid plate glass and light of history, prewfcm and common -
iumm T. to come again; each to build a winter a good and satisfactory bid was accepted -
J. S. Lewis, widow of the late the soda fountain i is one of the handsomest home and help improve the town. I by the board from Messrs. Ed- consent In order to modify that

Dr. J. S. Lewis, of Irvine, has gone to I in the entire south. The entire wards Brothers and a contract award section. According to the written

Mr. I. M. Graham of Connor sent Augustine: to make her home with I* store is brilliantly lighted: with Expressions of sympathy and sorrow Ed.ftt'r the lapse of three months of word the treaty-t+oaklng power can

Wednesday in Ocala with his three her daughter. Mrs. John B. Floyd. ' K.ns. Messrs. W. D. J. M, and A. electroliers I state in this Union.
I I : are hanging overhead and noon when news was brought to no effort had been made to work the

" Graham. A.\\ Mr. J. M. Liddell. merchant farmer ;J the remainder of the fittings of this town of the burning of Mr. Polly's !'fourteen convicts on the public roads It was doubtless the intention of theframera

I I I and postmaster at Santos was a ,isiI I istore! are entirely in keeping with the the writer appeared before the county of the iintltutk to rej oeconfidence
mill with about $3,000 worth of lum- I
t Miss! Miriam Pasteur spent Satur-I tor to Ocala Tuesday and noted with I I fountain lights etc. There is also, a commissioners on Tuesday. and in then t .r* who represent -

day and Sunday in Dunm-llon, the I]pleasure Ocala's upward and onward I i piano in the store: and all during the ber. Mr. HoKy has the heartfelt sympathy ,inst., and made a bid of thirty-three the sovereignty of the state to

truest of her friend, M rs. J. C. Thomp-|!i movement i afternoon lively music was rendered, of the entire community in his j land one third dolars per month each protect their ron!titu.-ftts. The "Most
ij j by Prof. W. S. Pike, Messrs. Leon favored Xatlon" d uM> In the treaties
ton. 1 1Ur. awful loss. He had just completed {for a part or all of the fourteen reserv-
I Spring1 I!Fishel Frank and Robert Mathews. has put the Ja| \nte on a keyed with
Mr. J. C. French of :Silver : improvements to the extent of several ]I led convicts.

R. A. Green is up from Clearwater I Park, has purchased a lot in Ocala !j j Mr. Hunter has engaged the services I|thousand dollars, and was in good I The chairman of the board, in open the Cauraeian. (1 can nxutt the Anglo -

for a few days. He is looking and is building a residence thereon ,!/ of the orchestra and they will running hape. No man in the commu- session assured the writer the matter Saxon on the fir{;mi of my two

after the trucking interests in this tec-I ji and will hereafter make this city hisj I play twice a week in the evening nity stands higher for integrity and would be considered at the meeting, bands.

jon 1 1"Miss home. i ing the summer, dur-I honesty of purpose than Mr. Polly but the published record of the board Yours truly.UU1K.
Mr. O. E. Koon. who has and all wish him luck in J. IMUJ&l1I
4' we recuperating states that I "offered the amount stated -
1|charge of Till's In Jacksonville for I his loss. for four and the
only matter was
Maeymee Adams, of Rochelle
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Turner, of Great it Florida. ,
and who has the
who has been the attractive of some reputa- Every one in Belleview was shocked deferred."
I IlIr Lake Sixteen returned home Tuesday i;, I If Florida should continue to
;tion of !
| being the best soda water man i to hear of the illness of Mrs. Dr. I do consider that application I
!; J. Crosby for the past two t after my .
'j a short viltin Ocala. While jjhere I In the south is in charge of the fountain for the next ten >e.ara a* .hr has for
Slaughter in Ocala where she had for the hire of all of
weeks, returned home Tuesday.: a part or
they were the guests of their sister and Mr. E. I. I the last half decade. she will NMOIIUeven -
Burdine also late
gone to enjoy the festivities of the those fourteen reserved l'ODViC'ts"ItM I
1r'alter Hood. of Jacksonville, is a greater state and a gnat |_'i'
llrs. Charles V. Miller has gone to the pharmacist for I Elk's reception. We wish her a speedy j fairly treated by the board tit its List .
the nf'store.. ulatlon will lie within her borrr Capital
(iatnesville. where she will be the I recovery, for we long to see her cheerful I meeting. The members should have
Mrs.:; Anna Bond Hopkins will leave They carry a full line of drugs I is raHdly) deveo44tig the huld. n
. guest of Mrs. W. II. Dale for a short ci-I face among us again. We wish frankly told me that Messrs. Edwards
'" for Savannah, Ga., to visit rela- stationary and treasure of the land of perpetual sun
I today ,ji gars everything to for the doctor
v.hile. Jlr. Miller accompanied her tot strength patience Brothers should be allowed to k<>epthem
tives. Mrs. Hopkins has been the'l found in an up-to-date drug store in- ; shine her a?",'uhlll'l&l and horn,'ul-
that city.Mr. for if there is any man who occupies at the price they originally hid
I i guest of Mrs. Ellen Bond since coming !j little tender corner in our affections, j{for all then I would nut have taken
from Cuba.-Tu > 'bons.' most sanguine expectations. and u
John D. Buckalew, of James-I (sday's Timf"s'I''I' i:lit is he. None of us can forget the [this course. If there are no favors to
Union. j Mr. Hunter i doe swept that the mete's future I i"
and his '
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are iI i with which he has
skillful patient care jbe i granted and the best interest of
bur X. J., has returned to Ocala from I
i aglow with bright A
going, to do in
everything their !
powerto i[treated our many ills; the devotion he the county to be considered then it
his annual visit of several weeks atlake I
er part of the eovh anut of d.-i-t
!" please their and make
Mr. Carl Wishart, of Enville who patrons theirstore I n has endeared
showed -
Weir and will be in the city for i |has to every case occurs to me the fourteen I'fotWn'ooronvicts
i is engaged in the turpentine, cross-tie1;. popular and they solicit a har"I'!, him to all. .'! should be put on the public I our men-untile estaMishmmts are doing -
a *hr>rt time before returning north. 'I II
a nice buviww, the banking Inntutions
and real estate business, was a visitor i;' the patronage of the | Frank Logan is dead. Frank was one 1 roads or advertised for bids and hired
J'Ocala. I are flourishing, the farmer i-
here Tuesday and made a good report i. of those old darkies who had the respect -,lout to the best bidder.
Mrs.I William A. Collier and her two' At their opening I doing ....!!. All in all our pnopUr>-
served ice
of things in that section. He is at t j they of the whites as well as that of :I! Yours, for justice to all,
interesting little sons arrived in;i: 'cream and gave sample of "Xllegretti's hfl|'|iy. cont.-nt and PfVIIIIt'-I..llt--
splendid young man and is succeeding j| away the colored population. He had been R. F. nUt i FIRS.
1 t 'i'ala Tuesday afternoon from Tusca- :.well. candy to tliier lady {'ustom-I ailing for a number of years and his I land SunThe .
l I.'osa. Ala., and are the guests of Mrs. ers. I II .-- -- '.
demise was expected although he was .
('..iii.l .r's 'Mrs. E. Van Hood, i' All the afternoon and evening the I I The board of county commission.-rs I Tauia| TriMire *a>_, and wo
mother Dr. D. M. Smith accompanied Mr. G. seen in the streets but a few days be-
for few i Store was crowded and everybody was :of Volusia county has c.illi-d fur beds I agree with it. "that the business of
,F. Ditmer to New York yesterday' fore he passed away. \'
I delighted with the 'for the timMniction ,f .1 hard road''the legislature ix ID make laws." ami
treatment accorded
6' !i il morning. Mr. Dittmer continues to Le-I) : I\ Dr. Orlando P. Mixon and wife of I
l s Margaret CagSeton. accompan-i!i therein. !':urfal'tII'I\\.1 l I'<.Lan.l: l .ml$ l 1'01\ I the fewer laws it makes till mor apt
sick and will i ,
very consult a specialistin i II j Worcester Mass., have been visitingMr.
.< tI by her little niece, Margaret, went I I! Ocala certainly is proud of her new i tona. it iy t lu iminorta at It"elln
j! New York and later will go to ; I Gale and family. They had one i!
."\\ n to Weir Park Tuesday aettrI[ :store. i ii Den.I I .
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(Portsmouth, R. I., for the summer. ': II of the nicest winter homes, in
H..on to spend a couple of weeks with I ,
vi.but lost it about two years ago
their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mar i i Special Meeting of the Board cf Trade.)L been lIistt1, and
by fire. They have
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters returned i
tin. A special meeting of the board of '
j 'iBoTiLEsrb
will connthis
home Tuesday afternoon from Cole- f' we hope they
trade was held in the council hall jt j ,
.. man. where they spent a few days casting their lot among us. !!
Col. and Mrs. John C. Av-ry, off Tuesday afternoon to consider machine I
of the is
The voice talking
very delightfully the guests of Mrs. .tutomo-l, | _
Mass., who have been (osition from the Everglades'er. sjKmling the liberality -,
heard in the land. Through 4
Walters' brothers the Messrs Wicker, !
; th<. sprint in Ocala left Mondayf bile company to have its plant established : and big-h-art.'dness I Whiskey
4 f ,- generosity
prominent planters of that place.
;:' >r Southern Pines X. C., where they in this city. Mr. R. I. Martin, |of one of our merchants nt'm'ly' every'''
I bill tvmain for a few weeks before I'I'I i i,chairman of the committee appointed machine
house in town has a talking .\\0
1 going, on to their northern home. I Mrs. P. P. Bishop, an old resident of :to communicate with Mr. W. K. Cleveland -i (may he never know any other kind of | '
Citra who came there this winter in i president of the made
company j
trouble.) His competitor now threatens 6 Full Quarts
Judge John W. Dodge, of Jacksonj j'very i,oor health left on Thursday of1 i ja; report by reading the: correspondence to outdo him by giving each customer ; t ,i For $2 95
\illr.\ spent Sunday in Ocala with his I last week: for New York. her son Mr. .1 of the committee with Mr. Cleveland \ Carolina Only
a piano player. Whiskey
1 ( \ aa
uV and children, who are the guests;Jesse: Bishop having arrived to accompany -:j:which elicited considerable discussion. I nf'C.. Sirdrfield pn.ached in I .r

, ot Judge Dodge's parents nt" '. and!j her home. j I It was finally determined to have the j and filled the d l r ; K Carolina Whiikey will rive cicelUnl Mlufacliea.: It l< a w 'II aged
1 j II Candler Sunday MethI i( lie; ;" 'It.,: ::U' article and in our estimation. far supeimr to the deiucteo aid r ..A'III
\V. II. Dodge, at the i i Secretary wire Mr. Cleveland to haw I odist pulpit here Sunday night. When | 1'1 I ; turns Gold by irre'pviuiible mail order wt.utLrjr hnuet at ( 'O 0 to t 'Jt

p. :{Rianse on Fort King \ pr..sbytrt'-I The reading club held their regular ,him appoint a day when he could meet'I i Rev. Bangs was called to Tampa to .,I,,i,) +I.I II, I.' I"I;K MTtrallon.Vdmakeaywiilprc that v.e are n .tafrani of any kind of*<,r n>
:monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon I with the board of trade so that a mu- j fill a wider field the female members teen acres uukirih us the largest nuiUirdir whi&Kry bouat in Lumrkd..

f Mr J. P. Phillips a former Ocala ;with Miss Sara Harris. The lives and !tual understanding could be agr..d!|of the church wept to lose such a good "1
tlfui-n steam laun- It is believed that. Mr. Cleveland i t f, 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE.
now operating a j works of Samuel Johnson and Oliver j upon. while the men had a lml-
pastor. Send m:! f.95; and chr
-4 dry at lake City has been visiting us Goldsmith were studied. Next week i' will meet the board on Thurs-'hardening in the throat and a little I;Y wii., .; > you by express 6 full quart of Carolina 1'hisIeyanJ %u
',1 f..r several days past. He was ac- ; :day. 1 a w.hcljJe in sam comp.'imtntary.a: atiuie tattlo ol cJih.rifl.9 .
the will
club meet with Miss Esther 1 heart losing the friendships .
at ,
ache at the 1 .
,, / : 0. .J HanJ" and CiHr' 12 >"ar OJ Whit* Corn.
iii:. n.nil'''inied by his wife. Mr. Phillips ,W atheNt. and counsels of a man amonsj

<.ty-- that Lake City is making comisu ;I i National Biscuit Demonstration. mt'n.Vl' felt that the place could not jr SPFflAL NOTICE! \\V deliver the abncneipre: .
'ndable progress and that loss of the j Mrs. C. L. Gamsby and son. Cameron The National Biscuit company has i:be filled but time, the worker of h43 North 1.I..h,. i. \'i'gr.a; and west: V1rll1n ;&. but ruhtony'r.II\IJZ
HI in other ?tat t<-i r. Itched l>y Alias ur Southern Lxpruw C university has not interrupted thee ; who have spent the past two!been giving a demonstration of their wonders. is gradually opening the conception v must r.-mt ."""-. -.i. !!u>..... east of .u&uiMppi Rover refuting on
>rcial I <.tn.. .. i.m-s 4 ...>nj $3.% fur tbe' and .: anpla
uninii enterprise of the city. I [superior goods for the past two days light.A PII < r t'I.;I.! mu quarts
months in Ocala left for their home atTanedga ;: of the people to a Litlesanda.. will pit-v>ay ejipresa. hcout csh: with urtler*o4 atkiruM.

., Ala. They were accompanied -!at the popular Tee Pot Grocery. I new jewel of elual'ahu" to the om- !/. i 1, THE CASPER CO., Inc., Ro&noKe. Va.
.\ndre\v Jackson Jacobs (better Mrs. Miss Sadie Euchs is in charge of different color but of ,i .
I by Gamsby's fahther-in-Iaw lost though of l+I. I/III, U..P.n.".,.vke..I ..? t ... l':1 .' .
( known to his acquaintances as ; Mr. C. II. Gamsby. who will spend the i equal brilliancy has been found.A ",-- ,;, -. I ..

"f''Jacobs' of Pannasoffkee, and ,summer with them in Alabama. I va-rious I I number of our people attended the -- nEft: """-' -- ..oS"

J.,". \\'. ISellamy. living near Ocala i I II up by this company she also served j Elk's reception last Friday night in''.

t\-. If our staunch colored subscribrv. I Mr. John T. Lewis was in Ocala I I!punch to the many who called dur- i Ocala and judging by their looks next -- -

j .. were in Saturday to pay their fi- (i Tuesday his return from Tallahas-ling I the two afternoons. j jI day they must have enjoyed it to the' ial obligations and to say that i ith. !;see. He says with considerable I I i The National Biscuit company have I!fullest extent. Y

..v tak. only the Ocala Banner and i iI 'lion that Marion's representatives are i won a world-wide reputation for the I Ii The people are agitated over the :' clVER MAC

I u of their household and.! excellence of their goods. They are for the
r one gods, !taking front places among our lawmakers .i I question of bonding the town
t'. \' will have no other. and command the attention !.I firm believers in advertising amt use ,purpose of building a hotel. We need !

-\ I :I printer's ink freely, wleh accounts in I'I'la it, and we need it bad though whether !j FURNITURE: DEALERSWE

Messrs. J. W. Crosby, J. M. Tiller fellow-mem-bers.: large measure for the big reputationthey I ithe town should shoulder the burden I

and Richard Hall left Monday for |recognition by the speaker of the I, have won. I.'or whether the residents, is the ques

y. Jaiksoiuille, where they went to at- ;house and have been appointed on important I I I I tion. There was a called meeting at
\ i.-nd<< the annual meeting of the stockholders ; committees and both have secured -i i Revised List of the City Council Corn: the town hall and the question was I CARRY

i of the Naval Stores Export I .good chairmanships.i j tees. I II talked over thoroughly. | House i Parlor SuitsRugs>uny. Mr. Toomer is now its pres- I I -'inance-L. W. Dpval, R. McCon Friday, April 5. was Mrs. Ellen T. 1 Furnishings !
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id.-nt and with very little effort did a I Representative Mathews of Marion :I athy, J. D. Robertson. <:Bush's birthday. A stream of visitors Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather Uphotetered and RutS

,:i..d business last year and these gen- ',county has introduced a bill in the: !I Judiciary-R. McConathy, C. K. I wended their way to Mrs. Holstead's :: !

tit'men expect to put this company on j! legislature to abolish the office of .1'Sage, L. W. Duval. ,house all day long to pay homage to.' Bed Room Suits i Dining Room SuitsIn

it- f.-et again and, have it accomplish !j county treasurer. Xothing can beI .1; Street-J. D. Robertson, T. J. Ow- !one of the finest women on God's' Mahogany, Birch, Birdseye '!i of all kinds Mohogany and Oak.

the ends for which it was organized. i I gained by abolishing this office and I !ten, A. G. Gates.CemeteryD. !green earth. :May she enjoy health. ;: Maple, and Oak.

we hope it will not receive favorable j E. Jlclver: G. A. Car- i wealth and happiness for the full three i iI China and Crockery

Miss Alice Bullock and Miss Louise I consideration by the legislature. If: ,michael R. McConathy. I score and ten years and as many more :; Mission Furniture Complete ime-Omntr Sits and

Jl.irns tame home Monday afternoon .the office should be abolished, the! i Police-T. J. Owens, J. D. Robertson as the good Lord in his merciful prov- I

fr.'iti c.nnesville. where they were the I work now done by that official;: must: G. A. Carmichael.I !;Iidence may see fit to grant is the tin all the different finishes Odd Pieces

+ K'n-:'. (1f Miss Christine Richards fort (be done by some other county official. I Market-G. A. Carmichael, D. E. wish of all.

r ". ral days. They report that; land; paid for just as at present i Mclver, .\. G. Gates. Mr. J. E. Norman, of Georgia a

r .m.-ulle is making very marked im- i i County expenses would not be reduced J Sanitary-C. Rheinauer, D. E. Mc- I I turpentine operator and merchant

,' j>' >t'nts. They have splendid ce- land it is likely they would be increas- i liver, C. K. Sage. II was in town last week prospecting. All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Portiers

in. -idewalfcs all over the city, fine Leave this matter alone, gentle- 1 Light and Water-L, W. Duval, J.fiD. I:Mr. Norman looked at several places and Upholstering Goods

}M.tntts and as there are no ;men. and give your time to matters of Robertson, T. J. Owen. land left with the intention of returning -

h.ipnd cows running at large; manyof (importance demanding your attention. I I and investing among us. Heaters Ranges Cook StovesFull

iM.- homes have no fences and 1 ,-Live Oak Democrat. I Mr. Allan Rodgers of *'1000 roads t I We have been favored by a vi'it'' ,

:h..r..ily present a most attractive appearance. I \fame" who is now building some from Miss Haines, of Bushnell who is I Ling of L, p-t.t-dattPutur*-*. fraint and l iuifrurnt-1. ant l Picture

\ Mr. I and Mrs. Edward Holder came roads in Citrus county, with headquars'ters -visiting her sister Miss Bessie Haines, i Mouldings.! Full "*,'ti'l k tl'

I up Monday from Dunnellon and at Inverness was in Ocala Satur- jone of our valued school teachers. All !

:jAn approaching marriage of much !now permanently residents of Ocala. !!day shaking hands with old friends. "'i vote her a capital good girl. May she : Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles

*\)Crest is that of Mrs. Louise Steward Until their elegant home on Fort King I i come again. i iI

and Mr. Guy Ayer, of Atlanta The avenue is completed they will be guestsat j Jlr. T. K. Bates of Norfolk \'a., |I The school marms are in it up to : Exclusive ate of the best wagon on earth- the Stu.babr.!

wedding will occur at noon on wednesday the Ocala House. Saturday night I who is with the industrial department j i ijof i their eyes preparing for commencement ;( And carry the very best line of High Grade Uuggiet and) t arnages.Building .

at the Baptist thurch: at De- I their home very narrowly escaped be- the S. A. L. railway, visited our exercises. The school has been j jI

catur. After the wedding Dr. and Mrs. ing destroyed by fire. The paint cans I sanctum Saturday. He was in Ocala I conducted this year in a marked contract j: Brick, Lim, Cement tt Plaster.

Marion Benson will entertain the bridal and a good deal of other, things had I distributing the pamphlets be recentlygot to that of previous years. The i I Hair, Lath, Shingles, Paints and

party at a wedding breakfast at !been thrown on an upper veranda and !, out describing Ocala and its en- I scholars have applied themselves to

(} their home on Piedmont avenue. Dr. !naught on fire by spantaneous com- vironments. It is a very excellent I their studies and made good progress. I Material I Flintkote Roofing, Oils)

and Mrs. Ayer will leave on the afterroon bustion. ),Jr.Y.. S. Pike saw the production and puts Ocala and Marion While the deportment has been a i White Lead Varnishes, Etc.

train for Macon, where they will ,flames and started to send in an county in a most enviable light. The marked improvement over previous ,

\t entertained at dinner and luncheon .alarm but fortunately the night watchman articles and the illustrations are ex years. May both teachers be recalledext Wall Paper Alabastine and Ma -:nitf Wall Paints

t>y Sir and Mrs. T. R. Ayer. leavingthe heard the explosion and rushed to cellent. We expect to reproducemany I year. all and give us a trial. p&We will not be undersold and will plea.e

next day for Ocala Fla.-Atlanta the building and in a few moments had of these articles in future issues (Please write with pen and ink.-

( \institution. stamped out the fire. 'of this paper. The printer who has to set your copy.) Mciver & Mackay.

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I What a Carnegie Library Did for a'II MR:-;. t.'. It. IIL'{tT.

: Texas Town. i the rVMr Omat ......... j
The Ocala lodge of Elks gave an After an illness of a week Mr*. C.

I other one of their delightful receptions I R. Burl died at her home in thin city It took ........ ) ar* wttti .... cotnMnf ;i

Respect I I.J Friday night in their pretty club One .of our valued readers hands us I Sunday night at seven o'cWk. ..!''fun" fir the taade I. WH HV.the ,'...ngrlwl ;

i rooms. the inclosed and
clipping suggests
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I 1 I Many yean ago Mrs. Burt and family l M We ('Qf.
Mr. G. T. Maughs was the movingispirit !I
that the school people of our city who resided in this city, but for several t<.>ratk>M en the ran tort at hot hey j
in getting up this reception and !
just now seem so ready to have Ocala years past she has resided at Ocello, :
''to' him i is largely due the credit for art new i4 inK .... ... to troll Mm*

YOUR its success. I incur monied obligations for a library, on the gulf where the owned a kovrly way to bvlxtrr up tn. r wat.f.l 4o<'k

I The Elk's receptions are always school houses, etc., might ponder over ]home. A short while ago Mrs. Hurt returned and ke. p Die ..."..,.... tia the right _
'I to Ocala and moved into lit r tide> of the hnlcer.Now. 1
pleasant social events and this one what happened to our friends inj I
StomachGIVE in the. first ward and xte4U
I I was no exception. Whenever it is Clarksville Texas, as related below in we cannot imtue Abe cemetery

'known that they are to give an affair the New York Tribune: to make this city her IwrntMr*. .uifiiHy of atertmr tb tr *i>Kk, j
Burt has been in tad h.'alth for
,the announcement is always received ) Clarksville, Texas., has just passeda very but we un alai! do rhjtrge tavni with .

with much pleasure and the reception I II resolution asking Mr. Carnegie to s..n'ral'ars and just a little tree a falllHK uAt Miply water far Uw tt.-ftt..
week before her death i-he takmill .
WM .
of the .
,was largely attended. take back his library he gave it three owa ra not Ithatandingwhirh

it food that will not irritate or i The evening was spent in various years ago. Mr. Carnegie filled his and was nrver abU to rally. the man> ippnt14 tbe ..*......' 1

Her son Mr. Clinton Burt. V\MN with Ceueterythem AwwiitMa. have ......
'pleasant, informal ways in card playing part of the contract supplying buildingand < to

the performance of its natural : dancing, pool, billiards etc., and perhaps the books at any rate doing her when she dial and hr. other. thin hr whtte tllry. have nut W4

|the people of Ocala are again indebted whatever he offered to do but Clark. Mr. Walter Burt. of Jut kNomrill*. and tered the star. k. they hate >..... oa tthe '> I

functions and it will reciprocate in vine hrr two daughters Mr. T. K. tiny, utl I ditlbtM awl fAilrd au far to upend J
way ,to the Elks for an evening of much finds the maintenance of the in-''
River and Mr
Crystal Frang
i pleasure. stitution beyond its means. It is no a MnaU MM \ 18 eaalde" th. tvmrteryrunimittve

agreeable and comforting.No :i :Mr.: Samuel A. Rawls, the newly fault of Mr. Carnegie's that the townis of Holder, had been with her until alI I to bMKuttfy and aibirn the :

''elected exalted ruler and a number of unable to do what it undertook in few days I*.fore, when theyrr, \'itll-I i....... ttroui 'l from whk-h UM tockh .

single ingredient contributes so other new officers Dr. Wm Anderson, I an ambitious moment flushed with the ed to their home. <.ldi-m reuHae the iMtly pefMtiary r.'.

Mrs. Burt wa a very fine woniM ......
past exalted ruler were present and love of culture and, perhaps a desireto
largely tovardvholesome nourishing ,each and every member of the lodge I outshine the neighboring Texas and i-ossesKed' of itttay vtnu*. that join of (flNM M_ te be rii'h in
had 'ml cared her tea larar rlrrlr of
,that was present last night assisted towns as the home of a real library.He {rumiwe*, but lanliupt te pafflunaanm.

agreeable food as Royal Baking Powder. ( in seeing: that nothing was lacking I made the people of Texas the generous friends' und the new of hT death tareceived Like .....fc>iidiir. however \to'" nhe

,to make the guests have a good time. offer of an equipment to be ac- with poignant aomm tth* ....*-. a fharltabb ......... "' .1..

Royal Baking Powder's active ingredient 1 Punch, ice cream and cake was served cepted is they could afford the upkeepof has often visited in Ocala and wanwell tu the |#ire at a... .. bwi that 'h. \

during the evening and all those the institution and they in their und favorably known neiv have advaacMl the fti-e o( ..*... I>..H

-; Grape Cream of Tartar is the :who were fortunate enough to be the ]i i eagerness overestimated their abilities, I. Messrs. river & MaKay hud the that by the ettorta flit MM I in and
funeral charge at
'guests the in and arrangement the arre4 Mtare Male mm h nunmved
of lodge were profuse i now they wish he would take the I

most healthful of the fruit products.This expressions of the good time they had library back. j two .i ckM'k Monday aftenwuni the funeral in "'iMveamarrIt
I service wenheld in th chapelof I
;i enjoyed on this occasion. From the "Horny Grove Signal" wej I < may N. gltNMa..a. that b> t-u'
1)" Iu. Mrlver & Mat-Kay' rta..- lag water .. tfc* iaMti' paw. u mr'hr
is Powder i learn what a costly thing culture is.i
why Royal Baking I lUhment tonducted Father H..HOlastiu. -
Mrs. Arthur Hardaker Entertains the I When the library was built Clarks by an MbM-fd to yaw trwHt thai m I ihOr I .

makes the food finer Young Ladies' Card Club.. ville was in an expensive mood, felt ;i of which church taw 4n-r..... .t 8.yvrrd yn may alit Hh.. IMhave \ -
lighter more i iI
appe- was a devoted member TIN hnd> wan .
i The Young Ladies' Card Club enjoyed itself the most cultured place in Tex' to ntay far a w diap I. I

and anti-dyspeptic friend to the 1 a novel and exceedingly enjoy- as the modern Athens of the south I taken to Crystal AUY"" where it was A .pan'.d tattrwAt .
'" tizing a bmide the bud of hr
laid In -it
able meeting Saturday afternoon. It west. The local newspaper in anticipation I r ) aay ml wt ttUt,10. tomb. II, ,
hnshand and other relative small .uatto ......t. 11 ,. ." t.r't ..,
stomach and health. of the growth of the reading )
good i was the first meeting since the end of t
,lent and for a number of reasons was !habit ordered an extra keg of ink. I .e. nk .t. a .1- ,. ?....n' ,

"!especially enjoyable. ]I But soon the strain of maintaining the Mtt$. WILL'XTtc .lir ii. n .

Imitation Powders Contain Alum Mrs. Arthur Hardaker was the hos- library was felt by the town treas- I Mr*. Wllllain. (Hnt dial l .it i*>rhome I "'h. -. ....

Baking I tess and instead of entertaining in''ur)'. Clarksville tried to cut down expenses at GrahamvinV Hmd.allt..,- ? :r slit, 'fTIiA

town she invited the club to meet with everywhere, so as to afford the I |

"The use of alum and salts of alumina in 'her at her home at Martel, eight newly got; (culture just as the poor I rettt noon in and the her family remain burin I ground were l.u.l M.'it-tit Tarr ,..M fII Mr'n.r ..,)1... / s ,

i man will discharge bis servants re-j .....
food should be PROHIBITED. The con miles west of town. i ut three .t i.xkA
afternoon 1
day ,
Ku..> > \ ......... a htlk.sgv.> I.
duce his food bill, change his: tailor in i
The people left town at two
stant use of alum compounds exerts a and order to keep his automobile in gasoline : large concourse of n.lchh..rlilrri..ndH and hi. k t* tbe IHHW <.f Mr I "
cock: : in seven different teams i I attended the fuiien.1 I PrMowhich -s
deleterious effect upon the digestive made the trip in an hour. [ and tires. The street commissioner -( fentlfted Ui h.r IIIHHS virtue Mr> ; i" aee .. a betiIan h''tau.l >"-
) .1.. the bua.fI".pt*
dismissed and his oifice I.
Mrs. Hardaker welcomed her guests was ''
and irritation of the internal 'and estimable character" ReH. I.
an .
organs .
abolished.: The town marshal then him U -I. 'h. uinr most charmingly and allowed them ...-, .
Hull preached the tun.-ral .t. *
organs after absorption. went in the same in the hope that i:, '4t I..IVH..I' Who hAt I totlllll -'
the privilege of going all over her way .
'Mr i *. fount wan the ( h'; I. w..rh IX rllWI > nUa
would turn from crime and !! -I :
home. It is charming new house everyone
f WOOD :1. D. : a ,of Mr. L. M. Iraluun and was fortyyearn : ... ant .
> 4
"EDWARD built in the bungalow style and is I strong drink to the librar)'. Still the i gni > u.iMe itii v nI1h
,.f age. WM ieave* a huvfaand. a ,. .
.. t aka h 1. t h.rbw
insatiable of "culture" i .I..ti pN 'f!
appetite keptjthe
"Professor of Chemistry spic and span throughout. It is beau win and daughter, father, ntuth-,. wall I .
.t1tbutt )II.
for -t. bMi.* Par-Misr
The board of
Harvard Medical School Boston." tifully furnished. Mrs. Hardaker's artistic treasury groaning. j I I several brother and .Ut.T*. wifl I .. ,..
li tfefh
He ttxoitiy *** -
in but the I II
taste is evidenced in every detail was cut two. sating
of fri nda to hrr I h
I mourn .
jhoMt I. h..\ I.. Ilh u' tit# = 1"10 11.\
of the salaries of half the members
of her lovely little home and it is \
;!Mr. W. I'. Graham. 11,. Jn>. 'Ilu.l.tnn! I .
I.11 11. I/NNM. wad IN a t' n
f'llf ROYAL BAKING FOADER CO. NEW YORK an ideally attractive home for a bridal failed to stop the growing }fr.1bt1t AMU ilrahHin. nth 1.\
,Viand to'" ,N. II atlint. '
( discontinued
thelayor'8 salary was -
.; and is with much .
couple reigned over .11" W. II. Cariton, her br..... r. w' .
j III.." .."t dl.... ...,. li.t I..h.iI
-- ---- and the veracious "Hun-
,It! dignity by its mistress. says (sister Itf thi city. with ...*, a' ,. ,, ,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Toph have goneto !! After inspecting the home Mrs. Hardaker ien Grove Signal," finally the town her death und attend** th fwn-r. '.I ts.lh ill. I a ?Ntl.dtak't. o u
.. .
Atlantic Beach to spend! several passed ice cold lemonade to her(Iclock was stopped. Still "culture" . Mel I"' xl' "ot" t d tlfp Is.t -f.tHfro

Mrs. Arthur Cobb has returned i i weeks. guests and whist was played for an (like the boll weevil that detours the -. i I... I tell N.htt
I OTHER IJEATW .... '.. ... 1.Ind .
I din' I
home from !Texas cotton went on its devas I I. 4" ? 'S14
a short visit to relatives at 'hour the tables being arranged in the crop > .
Monday Mr. a ft tttriBUn r'9' \ .
.'.... h. 10.IdbMF1
'id r.
stating Clarksville decided '.11 'I
Alachua.Mr. and finally -
I dining room, drawing room and thehhostess' way, ,
Dr. and Mrs. Horace: Reeves, of Inverness to foreswear "culture" while a telegram announcing the death f ..41 .....1. IIM' ti.Ni- I '." ..n rtt1.1.r .
were visitors to Ocala Fri I studio. Mrs. Hardaker'siguests his mother whleh incurred HI ><. r
.. ,
.t .ud '.r. i ,1\ oI a
the following: Mrs. J. K. !there was time and while something; .
and Mrs. J. J. Nelson, of Belleiew day. bonded indebted- home in Ja< kaonvltte. Mr tttrtubiiK pawl'. U' '' '. il tit il.. ,'. fttM <
I J. C. B. Koonce. Mrs E. i remained except a
Austin Mrs. :
were among the visitors to I : left on the noun train far JackwNrt )II.> '!'tl. i.'uii .kIn .......1.1. Ih. .I ''

Ocala Friday.Mr. y'i i All the papers in the state: say that L. Carney, Mrs. B.1imms., :\Irs'l,jness. I Ito be present' at the fuueraLj /rr'' # A 1 .f; a .,,1.

\ i ithe rain last Sunday came just in ,;E. T. Beln'nslonIrs. M. J. Roess,,J Honey Grove and all the Clarksville other j Mr. J. Maliver alao revived the -.1, .....rI...>1- .........1.. II .', ? r
!Mrs. \\'. T. Gary Misses Sara Harris. ( near-by are laughing at .. .
[time. The amount of good it did cannot intelligence of the d*<.It. his u" ri i
K. P. I'ittman. of Col' j! be estimated. Pauline Sullivan Isther'eathel'5, for its "airs" its "culture," ita !Sunday in Savannah and h*- l,,f i j' !tip'

,, Jesse M. Xeely, of Lake Weir and Mr. j Hittie Dye Annie Davis, Meta Jew- I'superiority," its "refinement." and I once for that city u. !.. i>r.'ni nt ii I
the heart of Clarksville is sore smitten I ".ta Iai.
Nathan Mayo, of SummerfieM, were i 'ett Sarah McCreery. Mamie Taylor. I funeral ...rvkeIV" !. I
visitors to Ocala Friday. i! .Hon. Henry W. Long of Martel. Ethel Robinson and Valeta Potter. i among the ruins of its ambitions. 1 \ regret t.. ehr.tti/.. ih..
JThe local editor has a secondhandI hY/a t., ....ut. 'I.
ac-companied The score cards were a very cleveridea : A. J. White which ..... urre i t''' !
fl. I of ink for sale cheap. The town ,...h" I: ...." h, "
the different
1 Mrs. A. P. Gilmore and children returned being kodak pictures of {day at 1ft olock.. Mr Whit. h,. I
ry Bates. Hardaker home 'has a second hand library that it IHW.4 I 11 n tt.,.
of the
home from rooms :
t Friday a'isit to {i I iniany yearn been the well known f
relatives at Oxford. Mrs. Gilmore's i I ,and made a clever little souvenir ofthe [I II would like to give away and there is I I man at MOM Bhrtf. H<. "'.i* 1"- 1 lIe .., I *l U<|- t raMl '.
Mr. M. Handelsman has general intention to use the first I I; t'.. -. fI"'t. ,Ith
mother has been quite sick but is now I gone to afternoon. ja 'Confederate Veteran and htul \
much improved. ;''srarke to look after his business interests i: Tbe refreshments after the game[money that can be spared ,to anything I!i ...t' if., >*M>ilt.tln MSt .
i iI I ; I II (friends all. that >-'< lion wd ;
I i, there. lIe expects to close out i were exceedingly lovely and were:"but culture to erect a monument In- '
t I I miss his kindly fa'e and' g" 1\ itIngs. .
his store at that served in the daintiest and most attractive !iscribd with this admonition unto all \ ''lfn .4.
Mrs. E. II. Mote has returned to I .
style possible and included future generations: ;:/.tilt' I..1 1,1 .t K
Ocala from Jacksonville where she I Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Izlar the .. ; Mtn
I gave It
went to attend the packing of her: (deviled eggs, cheese balls nuts I Mr. Polly's Mill tU.i*.y*' fey I1rr.Sews !I .
I i members of the Philathea Society of t and angel food sened'ith whip- When pie is passed by Fate .. n .1' '
furniture jfers reached" kola iainrda that i
this city. preparatory to moving to I i the Baptist Sunday school a very enjoyable ped cream and crushed strawberries. Do not trouble invite by taking abite I Mr. A. E. Polly's Me sax mill at Helle. M'."< t > Its u. !

: party Friday night. beautiful silver nail *)*'t.| t... Mi f r.
I | The prizes a view together with a terntuMtltr ,
|That cannot masticate. Tin- d'! H' \
Mr. Reed of Plant City, came up to file and a very pretty combing jacket -. you of lumber was entirely' det roved In .
I hi.: i tl \ t I
Ocala to attend the funeral of his sis Two of the pages in the legislaturethis were won by Miss Hattie Dye and fire Friday momlag. The wted *.',
And the moral of it all is, that withthe A. .<. lt< ,
t.'r. the late Mrs. C. K. Hurt. He accompanied session are Marion county boys- :'Miss Ethel Robinson. I I'high and tbe Umber no drti that It '
the remains to Crystal George Reddick of Reddick and Marry | The guests started home at five thirsty boll weevil Texas has its hands was impoaaiMe to dmtror the <..*. I'I ---

a1\.r. [ MacCully, of the Fellowship neigh i and the drive back was very delightful I full without its going in for culture I II Mr. roily' tea ta way up in .... t hi' ....... pfd '., "

borhood. and the meeting of the club S beyond its means. There is no hopeof I thousaadi aM hit ml fon.B* MI and t'th ..t! ..,

l Mr. D. L. Graham who is with the I ;jwith Mrs. Ilardaker will ever be re- a Guatemalan ant that is the natural very greatly Mgtwttad. *.-:- Y n k 10ft'I the .1 i .t '" '..

Southern membered with a great deal of pleas- ., enemy and exterminator of li "- t. '.1' ,_ ....,.. ,.
Express at Gainesville
company Mrs. T. K. Slaughter of Levon who '! braries. an.--:: .. ... .., .,
returned to his home in that :ure.I Mrs R. A. Alfred < harmingdaughter. .et from Ill" '. "'

V city Friday afternoon after visit I was taken so sick in this city Friday I ( Mia Hreni< e lifted. star lain U>' U.ftti ,JI"1.- flute I
1 a at has been moved from Montezuma t i .
i 1 Connor with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.L. I The Horse Race Saturday. Catholic Entertainment. (came up to attend the Klk r.-< .-( iron lh r-- >- N. f' f* i.i otIter :
hotel the home of her friend
\ M. to Mrs. I ,returned to their hom., ft<-ir port ItiIglls iim in :V a VHi i, '1'f'.n ..! I .
Graham. benefit of
I H. M. Hampton. Quite a spirited horse race took: The entertainment for the vfond.iv. uf erniH>t' \Vl-i. I. r. t'" f .... .. .. ,.. .r. I
r place at the race track: Saturday af the Catholic church will take place at I .
th v i.' th- 'i- -t- >' >'
lir. Charles Woodrow of v
Glasgow.Scotland Miss Jane Gaitskill. of Winchester ,ternoon. There were three entries: I the armory on'thursday
.'. ''! 'I .
\ tr.e:
arrived Ocala Friday on a i Ky.. who has been spending the winter :Bob," by Mr. Walter Ray, of Martel; 11th April, 8 p. m. .

visit to his brother and sister-ia-law, ; : with her uncle, Mr. S. H. Gaitskill, j"Football.] by Mr. W. D. Tompkins, I The ladies of St. Phillips! Altar So-

Mr. and Mrs. David Woodrow.. Thisis at McIntosh, has returned to her Jot Ocala, and "Pat Wiiks," by Mr. J. .ciety will spare no pains to make this

Mr Woodrow's first visit to Florida home. She spent a diJehtful'inter.; ;R. Blackiston of OcaJa. Tte'r'gular [entertainment a success. Be :,!leb
and he will remain here for some tbe other features o
racing rules! were not adopted, but music there will be :

Ii nu' Judge W. S. Bullock. States Attorney -'understanding was that the horse that I the program There will be n.amvery

E. \' Da\'is'laj.. L. T. Izlar and 'first crossed the wire took the money. ( pretty features. There will: bemany -

Mr. E. L. Stafford who owns a sp3. i-1,Hon. R. B. Bullock returned home Sat i The judges were Messrs. R. S. Hall, things to make you laugh ai!>l ;' .."
did prove! and a winter home at Weirs- j before Inom' ... ..
urday from Inverness, where the circuit j Clarence Camp and J. JI Tiller. Mr. If you nelaughed ..
1 daliMin-l.ake-Weir. was visiting in
I court has been in session for the j"W. W. Stripling was stakeholder. The iij life, ,,""
nala and was the guest of Mr. Z. C. past. week. All cases were disposed :judges unanimously awarded the race :You'll laugh enough when you se P
f Chambliss. He has been visitor t
to .of. jto :Mr. Ray's "Bob," and the purse!Old! King Cole and bis fiddlers thro-.

Mkt' Weir for eighteen years and I was turned over to his fortunate ow- This is to be a feast of reason aol i

likes ji more and more every winter. I 'Ir. and :Mrs. C. B. Brenneman. who .(ner. Quite a large number of spectators flow of soul

We are pleased to learn that Mrs. have spent the past several months I witnessed the race and pronounced That you cannot afford' to miss-')

B. H. Sanders who is in Ocala under Yin Ocala left Ionday for their home i( it a pretty one. Get your two ShOf.s-no. no, no i

: the care of physicians is reported at Riverside. Cal. Mr. nrenr.t>man is a i' The race may be repeated at sometime mean, your two steps- Rl n! ,,'
1 nephew of Mr. C. L. Bittinger and: d'or-, in the future. 'No, no, no-I mean your two quarters -
jpcuch better, and we trust ere Ions .. --- .-_ .
J'ill be restored to her usual health ing their stay in this city made many i ready : -

warm friends.Among 1 Mr. William Nix and family of Ken- And be ready and come. A r .' .
a items Inverness .
'Vain -Ht-rnando in !)I r,:: k, 1 t I.
This thing is getting in my head. .
I t drick, were poisoned on Friday by '.. :. ( .
Chronicle. all Your Unfortunate Worker. fur .::. ,I ." .' .-. ., .. f t,. _'. ..
the out of town guests at the drinking buttermilk. At night:

Miss Christine Richards. who came Elk's reception Friday night were :Mr. ;i members of the family became so desperately Tickets to be two no 30c. *. ]
( later. [Six Month's Treatment 1.fMt : : ;: : |
1 down to attend the German Wednesday and Mrs. C. A. Tremere, of Belleview: : sick that a physician was Refreshments free; program .

J night returned to her home at Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Horn and guests. !:summoned from Ocala who rendered .

ville Friday afternoon. She was ac- of Martel; Mr. A. McLaughlin and :them the necessary medical aid and Hon. George G. Mathews has introduced AIIo.a.Jc 1 rMaM a. !i' 3

v companied home by her hostess. Miss Miss Annie McLaughlin, of Fairfield: :they are now all right although they an amendment to the constitution MOUNTAIN HER1I CO., Knoxville, Tenn.r .

i Louise Harris and Miss Alice Bullock Mr. E. P. Pittman of Coleman, andMrs. I had a narrow escape. to abolish the office of county

t who were her guests for a day or R. A. Alfred her daughter Miss treasurer. The amendment will if
'i two. They went up to attend the ball Berenice Alfred, of Port Inglis; Mr. :Mr. Rex Nichols has accepted the adopted by the legislature have to be

given by the Elks in that city Friday11lght. Henry Futch of Jacksonville and Mr. position of night inspector at the S. submitted to the people for rat i fica. t'or 11 ale i'yT"df .
1 s l. fb, O"a' ra.: .z<.y' :.r '>t 1)r c r I a. t',3.
I[Bethel Gallagher of Tampa. A. L. yards. I tion. I



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i i iF, THE END OF THE WORLD.Tie O ni comet, ard := bnef "Kxcairtt.." GOVERNOR SROVNARO SUES THE ,

&: te fact tat :e t&iEC ff's.1 TIMES-UMO.V

G great rot whici is c us; :: rear n ibis cone: is shown by rig .

.St'Omial eagerness to wars lie wcrld b> Cabi@dspaxtes Qune a s nJ4iwa ass prxxiuctM in '
; a setorslatlent 1:
freer the Tescnas ober- Till&ba-?** sad Jacksonville 'hffi iIwaS / -
i &this a new niarvrl of the heavers !
: acerUiced ttat C.oW'nJ..uR hti.
:story wien tbe Comet was discovered !

; e' was di-T e'rd oily a sbort : by saoUjer m S'+ to hID the ea- Broward had filed sail stalest the tr f v ;;

tine sro by Pn f. Marchene, who>eniae ,tire credit for it is due. JacksaaTiife; Times-l'aloo fur the sum ??%-

: it beirff If it were aerely the 1 Eves Prof. h.'thettE'00 d sz or- of SS;.(*>a. }'. WiUts.m C Hods*

..erg i* conjee did ax realue what is GOT. Browanfls attotaer.The .
of wrfl ixows b the
rvtara a COOK
a menace it ir&s to Ute wra-Jd BBTI! governor claims that h* has

L.orid p-sapte night feel Prat Sistteccai bad fisnrad out its bees libelled aad slandered by Her ;

rf>st ably safe, bccasse lie si=e sit orbit sad made Ute astaaishiag anDouccemeni Ida's teading '.*paper. The toile>.'

woeid bsx passed the earth on that it vzs OXES to hit ag ar the gavenjor's grievance:

previous occssMas without deS!- the eanii the later part erf this The first count alleges that OK ..; t

.mo:h. or corse so close 10 it that all;!. 19ta6, the defendant n&Lf0u&; '.> 4 F
IBS it. Tfcene is 10 resson why we '
attire from tLt Flan l
:the air would be bused EJ- pablished as

sboaU fed ,skid of iu old time. This brieSy. is a.t more tile ooe dJan. refiectlisf )1l e plau:2 r i

comet 8s the ciaoces of a cai&skm 5 sCJesoss befieres bLLppeud before The **
::11 is claimed tiai life Wti ejmngaisbd defeadaat polished on Marrh J7. /
setz the eartb sad ODe of tbtecoaets S :,
; on the ani II3 rte lha once by !*-pf. an artK1.f from the Tam,a Tn- t a r rj4i Ir :
:ta:da is somewkai remote
fires gesexaied by comers And :s: t"un_ caJi"ujiU'C :o i isjure :!> r'satiure : --- -

Bat the ease is eacrejy differeat ;tai gn-.wtl as" fcafflAH aniEi": ar: : \ \ r\

_ With a sa&tic comet which aobody'1'egi-ah life fiat u be nn al" over fTte coast i s toof ti!: t"fft'ct
err saw b fore. lad which is hight a'EL ud :Disk mil1kms cif )ear= I3t5' : 5t ,"n .IAI'. ',' thfo jrft"i!:

for the <*ni mad ermine at .
r? p- &L: 1-Telopr.e.t:1. ) d 1: (: ; tta kt' and

tffri& speed Asnteonirrs cap figure AT si* risTifeeTv seesi< ?lnl" .:: :13 :r-e j.r:." a? i man

oat the directiOB anti speed cc (;-,.*..' ,>: ite ifcissirt.:a; .- eta SCr' rJO"n :kbY: effLarf :a". t: -

these lst with mai Jm.tkl:; 5Criitac .: :r X';err*&3r:s.: 'i::.::, r-r .. Tnei. Fog ,:: Cn;nY11. fs: :l'. GE-eHi..r.'

.1 and tbere is BO : : '-rr..1.t< a |>KC* f: f i:** .v 5LIJaiCitl: .i :,lOkf and ,, Cf t \h-
mien::! rm'es that the XS ard i i ai .. This man 1.'U.,1I.i .. >upply ., ric- .
y;... : 15' : ': it: t':. :t--: :: !!fi' .: ':: A i'- 4. .

rome <",, bead l;'rap d'I. the -a:,' V'--o :t" .'i: .: :.: :. :1t" _pk -
A I1t": bntis a bitf tl- himself cn,1 the: cl-tnciivi: v.te
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M [ c* asd _> yit.c w.jd y Tiir ,_; L... :: :h :. .: :l ." ;..:: <.. -:_ ; :s.-r:: : :.:: ..-mg of SCHNAPPS Tobacco. which :has the t hiri: : &

1.1 :nT .::%r I.. !T itisTraoas . ":0.i ; .
: : ft't'1:: '.a1. L .f'"ni

1.. erage" !.eai ** :i5 fnct Sire: ,: ::' .: -.i : ::. ._ .,,.:;. :-', .Dj la* s: _-z : :'< -ii.rr.. z. fl.burt&y -- qualities that grat::\' his desire to chew *na at
-.- '.. ,
L etc : u.'sh lie _tervhi.r .". :Ye( :-
-:31: ? ULl.:r1 r.-r !.? aa: .r -

f'Jmt', :. .: z&sasunESiiirf 'k."tsalwb l I: :ae :or ra sE..,_, ..' :r..1 oruOs Martr"f"* ::" less thaii iobatCQ

t r 12 ." ?:.e t.'I'_t : ; :.+SCUIg t.; ;> tar:1': fc.::: Offbeat ir>-"-.ithsir-i ::-': i h :a- expense cheap ,

;b :1 a o- ), i i.'Ul'1 ti'! '. Xe'sra ...: ofon ,: ; ,
5t" 5-t 'e.r.t-T :li.I .- \ jK-r icjsr: ;:1 :1:: "
cp. t its < "'. 1I' W .c it fcx awe
-. ( -T.f 'wtif "::1.,' { TI .
; distuN- 4E i rrasl* on belnas IT iv SCHNAPPS ha been aJW1.: ." : c. :*>' '. : f e I *
.. :11bt'C'L '$ i!: ;!,f' ::.:1 Sever : (i :. Tts' :'f .,.ft"d r.: ttit

forms wiat .s caliec Tbe aoT c fit : isf' C'uI-i: an: *.Sf track (,f :r
FA i t cosaei.Mecin'e. t;1 i'i'.s.{'i 01 ter &l a spoi.ere raoc r representing :fcr' p sEtif is 'i- opportunity to get aotUAJ&trJ \* tri t''t t... 5 .I".' $SAr PS

>. wiucb are rrasaieais ofccaaecs loir are CUTai tit san-t* 2Prof :U.eL4T case of a Tobln-T_ c-zandxi; tr.r.child a facts and know that drugs -"f not \L' ,
J A bare destroyed: siups *i **aacd *a ** l kSi .:, .. .- ...If ....
; : T'al' Si'i-lI :> r.1&.tf' a tatiSltlL t-r ; kxt1 fut': vtfaa to produce the chetnpg Qua:.t>- foa?>i.- *

Bftde bYE boie> in the earth _' -b T. the : *:.. ":"':... ,
;m.b i1wn:a 'tf- Chest a: at L2ua!: the famous P dmont eourtry ftuecree '

M&ny of these bare fates re the XoT-eaEber i. 3$"*, jVi: r-rz
Ma.jea hi .
ha irane over ? r' s car \
tobaccos and that SCHNAPPS
.* -.*: I.: . .
_ >totbwesT i wiacJs se 9Bs to be a iarorite r e- .. ,
be .
c-.aku1a.s &ga.i Hud agate and hi? TOQE ('fi piunl1 rrp.-vser r.; ** ; ( .r.
ought to chew. Still there #re ..".CwC.'4wbo
place for Eaeteoniex, and the desert tats rratkss of the comet bare t-ees ire: a :_ tr U !f 1I'h -: :'t- "'. ." ti'
other and cheaper iJbtaitvi 'J-
J of Arizcms. is.i; holes
:.-er'Jbe by other astrc omen slate trams. ar
wfcki xoaziy ers eJie.\.e 1re.'i' found *o be ('. aad he slakes h"rpiL B that do not five the same pk surt. A-e : .** i.-t ttt ...;.t .7E

A. t made by such viators.Ai upon Ms atxiTHi i. Ti e WoridTs CoocJus.ons; 4
the world's fair & St. Jjoaisber um-
.'. Is sii i3us .Rau rrdN;B tilt '1
? of meteorite vea* esdubraed Gh. GllCHRtST IN THE RACE.EO -
World cafiaoT but dart as r. iouad ir
t snTe of walei were oemiesed of iron
:!e 1nsnTmlCl di&3osiirea.. ii' s:1'an_

J otter meWs sad rapygt ed HIlL in resloEse the UJAtml a -rth8t est can nni.tiac ctf the po&it oB T hacaaisasieDtST THE ;::
t.t'ads cf MBS. Tie sire r? arded hyO. I
br would na far governor ofFiO'.at heM U l rint :
as frsrnirsiii of comets hat
nWI."r L Ttat Jadgir P&.riit-.r wag t.5H:1l:;"'
haw btown p c&d ejqdoded. The fallC :a itf tiPi: ract. Gea .v'arW -
right whey z tbt eampaiTt of :* F'rsart i
C scars which are fneQucaalr sees aT Gircinst *
ta asaofEneec JiriiujraG hi' cl itha: the inssisntrt- fur.

LiLt are small fragipeBis of met or- ihf hrta ,"da Hereifi tisi wtue tEIeti :
: net L Ag m3les way rtJcl :1r.b.o;t--
himd a3s of tbeosawjs Tiunes. LZttL 11,.
of refles
> 1' '',..-,..,. t-"' .,.."..' ... Yt.--,.''I -... .."-.-. to tocirott "Jsei e L-'
: : Tha: PresifeK ROOTeit.. i.; '
:sPi.ri.rr -
(.bf.5 lie office .if 1T".rnOC' sett: '
Soi&e atIllet haw beea darted w
i *
siead tf illlg'Q :? f stair- fD; for .
be almost as large as the earth itWbile t. ''L: 1' SI.f:' a IlStrr c j c."': a .'l i LQusJ f't'-iy and rcdo.j \\ c.-ng.0
these ia assay cases baxeT his O(+II ::. fM'.t; Li z : :. .LEo ta' ... aaiersi bftter !Tt :*L CtlI -

;ardod as hcnuag masses, others';tiS5d tiTIr.: !l iit: jff fTht -dd 12 rrlv.nrui ins catnpfia'n {CtIDmiti No"J" : i : I

asseat that tbe are solid ;: is-r rog tar? .e Oif Tie h t' ''rrt idri'ai..' :

capable <3f desooiishiBsr 1D-Lh1thr C&Iu!a:: for tae irciTeraars' ch&rat are T. That tee ;1T2.of Gee-rare B fin :t.t t-i !

& which Tbey come ffl coetaci worse,' lf tklL.hthet$ iiL ttiraeruit Corut-ye- tii psMif oSc- !:>r fcjsservioes fan ate :: :

If the moan sbatrid bit by a coshet ii idac meL:aued fir .'r TBeer.
Jl coBer;!r c l !E."TtBim Tie New : ;
it w-osJd daatediy he Jasocfeeflom br' nf Tbe Df'LiOr.'i-'d Jf-N'
mJ !
men troai iBserEBCf cami..Ii efta .a.n Mr :
I t' ia the firs rosDi sad probabiy .caD be It'.. no more Tims ont or TWO i w.ils ESSS to ?nna i? & d
LtP+ to
he fit ato ft a"infSts. Bra the mljo aSfa maie the The
cas TO raeti
'.Tong irtrfi raae "caEU:t cure 1ID1i' deck for \ :
'' hear of a iar*e cojaei. lice the ale last race for tbe g TeraQr&bg> IB t toi-- : sabseg aT 1"E'iJJT\l sernoe c aescarce'

new bedii5 t..y.. is so t''ida placed: tbe awe bejKmd the react erexi age.d. fnatamg ; .1
that iltbcccb it gess AT acredSblesi sf a pees man. That is w same per- Hail the fali-rc of Tie i'epsbiieai I

t e SJDi sr ycet i reseot gn't't'TnOC majority 'r cangress- protiIe far
before it came IB COBI&CT witb H, :':woes lie race aad be is a poor maa.He the !!MQp5t-e pchaeity of campaign i
& :
Marcbeae's comer c ooctgaes a zooe we ji down 10 ibe rez e vf ball feeds and to forbid roT COBljereo -
Roc ec&ii
1nil I.ff safes Ii went. win rcpTcy ta do be Watt and au5 mtmtkms ; is -..Benensabte.fenaiic I
rich aH Hfe mitt Ae esrrayei ail ;, .tor Depew :
fact shot offer enc nragem &t to t. -
1ngil bas r ean wopower l :
f the inaojibere Itself: fcB&eS sad COBsnased the as huts who ape leaded sown TO at
the betuDd tie ef po1i-
jng peis
aad he
R .' .earth wnb the goods tberf+af. Some;tics Xo Wirer seed COE&-CHUS the i I
If this ccaaei bad tees &SPOT-
new time a Bew jrresr>Tisofaiip&ssed
&s > Hmtry ti hat the need of c&aoier eW-
i'M b PJ' Kan uecS. the sneaii-
.isroaji T&Habssst >ff; a
sj ,uaiis aac JesKiaiJcm tree frm romI
1( q,.r:t. utt D": NDcl TO dajand seal bis lei ter. -' :maijufaet i
paper purport ing iafineasees.Jooge .- uriti.
.. tai r. uar !r., s;. "tS baranetM : to deal with lie men and enn- i
--- -
::.:; be :> .r.c *; advertise bss ditKffi> in Fkxnea. The writer Said Called ct'
bI Parser in coiLmenrmg oc tae made by
-- -- --- thai aH el Ftanda's statenocsf of- HimHan jen' sacs IT is IB a measure : of

ti i were v'&Tiy: mea. This was a offfifennaoaE af the aauejoensfee Bile
OE sul
:LaS'TM g Bews to the saaeaoDse off the but that
t -du-iug campaign J
J FIFTEEN tARS >cia'r-v. Tae act js tbere i? BO one. li? raozuas rawed tw Mr Eammana 'mdattft udgt :

.: .L:i'i"Q I 'r(' Eiaj be aI y nf the OO1ItrnlUTi'ii ijast? rfe insurancecompanies RooM'H'!: i

- :''...L- E a1t'.hOUSi' officmlc ?. who nItS
i. :; ',
; are:at ? $ tMH' was tl tLt-
1: ca iderabiw '1l:1Jl"1I1tb bat a drop IE :ie i.jeke etaapared .

t- Of O F tCltM \I. '-, t enods Tr e BOOK n: sem are with iie xxal hat:;1 r7JDi liy t..'.? reput-hcat entt'L5

.: :.!. -e straits. and tr"s- sea 11'l8.rl8I1rl 'I 1i'r zat fraDtL. farted 'c'

r..;cr the honesty of ibem. for
.iuf 1 Pf&.rl.- iTl::mE.:-' that when Hma:1i' w1rnh -
". ''- are Tew who pooid 11.'T I n e their : *
....2 N t ; : ts !'c j ratior i few SB': >- ba'-t- --
- na? ..lrJ..S:, .' msz ?per ;.-I'I.-Tllt"Y woiud iierm-T lheTrs )
p St t fiLY'i' .ttr i?' TtT--ofiBtia.. "etc i ttriertzJ 7 -' :,7i\U; sad ."tI '\'. W wd Tbr IWLp' u;
. r ..:,c .h'_ ir cf my oprviaTsf :w 't'.nt&.lL c\ jOIlf ilnC I.f9coirijraied fury 'Q&:
'Tan f!: :bt Taoderc uI itrf ready
.IUU.- J0." $w. -Wf"J.. .t Ii '.' rI-t'atf 10 tt' R't:11 and I4- 1
aria ::L:'*,.z. con knows a? graft if
5a dar SrrsnA .. t'.ampa :ten: rt was CJg1zaL.t :
tIR tear r. :
IB. > :: r :war* till CK3 Te _i FkLrii a -"M1&1L.JXf
f of Mr H.*"iin i : nnoertJiinLf :o
Ui4 &
fcss :>r-- One Ws ":
: :'iltartf iJitti'15L4
rSLse 1l.5 proie nt-t a"IP i.1"f
i i -aL ---
: p-oof_ tmi h: J>t ias m Illi'l1. tfaf *"'
: T tae Geeeresi cf rte Cab:'-- Ii ill
CUREBYT4ECU :-host"w&o mast proHiia p :U E'tn !
'Tst queues bosse: IB the world: bet .lr
ttt'CJi1L"ifr4t'u' hue vtTT Ica rrd .
T ICtJRA REMEDIESIi SA1rl a zaol ?ris* '1$ and,rnhta[! the !oto: "
: :2 1', sf DOG i LU 'a.x fact t' W--'."T.ha Th ,
fay U bane cttin reSfdjcase WTuL tg. rat Ii!
: : the ?-* *--?:ir r :uifi c :h B.w nieThe cab; a'L a :
"1 had fearaa nearly iiwen aan 3J++s &fiUi -rmtnev ; appit= We 7 ." tt-
focDt itt K l.iulT of fosse': \-
TiJt a&ned psrt'ere say'IKS. d5 etas3.I is a. c'-ir-:IOL :H tst mIDi ?>f :.a i l ,
; n.
i+ { !
They were theast in the "I\mr. of ai'msttcr*-jaws o: tfc* '
eraTOBT tost presioenijt: cp -
wtoter tow aad WBKcoui 1tp'ttiroctu 5. of the iclrJ.vfl '"kit s S0 :t. .l'
.J -fiN' wa nI1. r: byb i3 g1gL1ie
slwarr iu d 1 fTlnr.A the came a tt'usch t + utr.-(

!-r not fcjpp tram a.> of the iArasanru,. tuf cert ttaaLrL ant":maant.. "Tl yet- -anrhu.1ILf of !ifr r.. I

I i t-J 'rtchi4. It s hratiuosanrus.. isr SY sftbt *- Toncei a ''mT";>tain June: ai fi Ytrr Tar ,.,'

bad ;o 1Ir$ b'ihisn SJurru-s.. {HTOtbolesus or tnrci'cr'. ear"irated anc xJi ec a* anti ti'H.+ i'iT-
1 { } hitai "P.d all
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i roc Gmosficr- J' esBisrsd TSTD 11cabit of r-it a
; + at.ndat Tbe ans-oiil avasKni of \\h5!.!JI
f i 1iii''fu1 fmmdaItl I: La .
; "-
F I riAu1i1 rare -
tot 'y :Mere: gir'l gracu&ec is n fuBswing.
t "etch -'t'om bmI.'a built b a f Den aAt'h';ll
1 t retlzb
AH secacais a$ ti e f" untry
1 I i f is the ilcfctwatt sbetTMp *rdi! II bo bad bajqtenec. or tbeextmcr are repreaas:ed BJEi school .".- BUG IE SUfl b

; ; W ,made t 11: l ed hhe Cl llJ0I11'
Ikh; roE vest and south are mm
t : .s1 t3 I wLU.1.437E .worl Ttos was 4 p n'lI sTy: thh. :b '
( ling Pith those from ibe as Hrd
1 to ti 'efLS'Citlf o
yards wberem thy xt rid sf.
square : pro-
t L J Jm" rInd i.j north The bait AtiastK Stat: reeeciait
Stirs fnsioc the KUM of *T Tie ErrniEi? of policy and
j! f j I toting I rou1 lK\t wee t ssiaitM hjgecatias del-
the rejjJtBoc a lIttle w
.t et' 1 n'St or ,1e i Iadi bed tee fraxD the gradua1-
'"Tjtf piece was ffl:' one t3B f Of
i i ..eve.stan DIg clashes 01 the Bormal scfeat f fad
II'T' Ee bur they nrer fear, aac the dead bodies thai Me
st niuaries aa ae reral ataia The
twfld cat pve Jilt a 'fi Sated dr>wn tie smaoe were here arresrec af his
\ young smdatis to* meld & somber
jenaawatt cure, air 18 liP far bsBdr d of tbfws- -coanpaaiy
m site trips. lakm Ariapoc
rw endd tbejr stto lads of y.? tilt the sheep header ed br

l\VJ.c{ tic .itchir.g. After: set abom Tbe boBSs; of thea'leisiere JI Other plg"r mat e'F sriEIB li the i { '
tsfcc: the fps be mad the tascE-H oW Ttrrrma, i
s: 'bia. X. O. Democrat .p of
\ cap bar Car and ErrEEcemaxis S.T* hem aiade ID
i'f I \ rara t s take & iare parrr to the HoGsestcad
Tbe PeEsaccfe. JOHTSEJ says thai P'eB
t tTo' lw tic tws balsa at 3oi prices: Ta Tfiea* ti*
motet ires. +t .KrV'r; ; sftfees z frstk stare wathfu
1 sigfttaiu Uiseci the consre i
t csys ti*Jtchmc iad wa i.;3Ar.2*w r ET esacrari; his rtftersaiBB1 zLiual :
m vi 3o *I E. Lee s ec: his sty
; tie SKTS hiTT &sqK c r L sad I YIftt race ard t+* it Lire BSET sagea>ee.says.
,. 'n zad wig vim: other points of iIlieest -
t fclt lencr ia rr.v Fat U t I de '.'. ; 3:r. JeiBitcs floes Seat say fiasitTre St. ?*
; i.r Il the mou8I itS
E=Wo..l"Cn. 3wid 3ftch,L So
!? riti be Tll be a ceudidaie forcwvemor .tIBi for
Fit Nebcusia. .
Crook ---- -- -
It occnr? s lIS ibKt this is tale by
1. his wrist o w Sk offlft

,. The Janst tBrr-trc. sad. fi; _. Dt'r30 ftJ1tieh.j I if Mr Forafcer v ms ir Oiae Mr. .mmbg5--

,S ; r..k"C'Ss- -- j : ZE iriEwir is ii e rdla.-&thma

; *tstSocs, aad. isf.lit!.tiJ'L rt. tbe S B-. .: ?:: 1. Mr J.

'.._ ijC. blnns.1 TI v, j.-, re hair. of ;- Pine $rrna tS tmes se1tetHf :OfRIDaL

SSLtS.c.'UC*ft. ui'. st;: .fIfI'o l: 't .ea &3 f =ne3ieieeJl ?? he tNshmui $LPrres dtli: hiKIe : ter-1. -.-.:t.

\'K.:1' -.. .-. ". Q..t m the bes pia robe !'aadTQafi 1r' or hire &L tea iDembers st' of

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: barckmt; IB ejcs rnarHBteec taezar15 'eht yiia cint; deEeLSive&tlaeta :

tt.T.I l S.1ttWi.1"-: L.,"ac..n.totwR.i1uto-.Art haIclrln es 3aT Itecfes $!j;": Ooamai.fcj 'of an "

trs i ik :.,. w .. .'.3tt a i_ 1;, e. s BuT OrpiEirtot. $;.f1i' .
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SPRING TIME IN NEW YORK. tacked in artistic folds is both prelttyand DOES HE MEAN ? {MR. FLAGLER AND THE FLORIDA -1 1'

economical, but should not be attempted What is a Lawyer's Duty to His A Gubtrnjtonal) SpU H.

Embroidered Swiss Muslins; Organ by the domestic artist.secs -1 I PRESS. Client? The t'hipley Itanm-r awru that if

dies; Mulls; Spring Millinery; I I I"h) should Governor Broward I Mr. John E. lIarlrid t'. one of themost .T..1. Jennlnirs ")unips Into th* ,.>litical '

Black Chips; Parasols; Tan I Black Chips. the fundamental principles ofj i I The Time-s-- Pnion recently contain prominent attorneys of Jack'sonvillf u11 l thenwill be a splash that none <>

Shoes. I These are in especial favor at pres- 1 American government from the little Ian article asking the newspapers of < was recently appointed by can mil-take" The Banner inr.,

eat, as a vantage ground for the dis- i this state i the court to defend a certain man of minded that the man wh, does tM
elevation of bis present position? Is [ to speak out on the matter, to
Are the requirements of fashiongreater !play of white ostrich plumes or colorJ J heinous crime. Acting ui' ,n what /most "spla*hing" t dross iluI. ot ,
he so dazed by the success which is jut now of special concern to the J
each conceived to be his duty to the '
season, or is human ingenuity {led flowers, and at Wanamaker'sjsome uniinniing.palachictita Tlm.-.. ,
on the increase? To one or particularly handsome exam: i!'Of the president that he would follow the whole of Florida, in view of the I court he entered: ulan> the case with

the other must we attribute the re !'I pIes are seen, combining the latest'st ] :in the- same path even at the humble I peonage charges against Mrs Flagjler ,the same determination as though he Won't Take! the Govrn Strtutly,

; in his construction of the Florida. I there fee indeed Another libel xult Oovern
receiving large when
markable beauty and varied ornamentation -' 'les in both shape and trimming. Li- distance prescribed by the relative j a : }ttrwaril -

of summer fabrics. i lass, either white or colored, some- (! I and in fact, he was working entirely has brought suit ".un-t tITlmt.srnl"n > >

There was a time when simple, dotted I times cover a crown, or on a black strength of the nation and one of its ,Sever-at without compensation. Belirv1ing for $&8,. dnma">-. i,)

Swiss muslin (in white or colors) ,straw with a large black ribbon or least populous states The governor to the Time -l"nion's articles an that the evidence as to the identity his fair name and pntk.>m rrputuiom.While .

was considered "just the thing;" no wjvelvet j I bow at the front, two or three (has assured us that he has not dipped I some have spoken very flatteringly of of his client was insufficient to it isn't any of our "* rap\ M*

the St. Gall manufacturers 'Mr. Flagler in his efforts to develop :justify conviction he took the case up suggest in brotherly h \.* that the
are drooping into
sprays at the side, give a the classics of late and Quotesfrequently
embroidered in flower sprays;, ,pretty finish. Pink roses are often I the east coast section' and his greatin i'to the supreme court on a writ of *r- T1mt'tI-rninn end the govern lift ,

wreaths of small flowers, tied with combined with lilacs usually! the half- the names of Lycurgus 'success that direction. :,ror. His zeal for his client subjected (cents in po taffr .t nip. andti., I u,fmatter.

1'0tiny baskets laden with posies, !open style. A stylish toque may be I!!and other ancients. Evidently he does j The Pensacola Journal.. whose edi- 'him to severe criticism from many of .-White &pnns HvraM
and various other floral figures. Fab- banked with roses at the front and I I not think himself unlearned nov}', fo rjtor i ijhe attended the meeting of the state,,his neighbors and fellow' citizens and .

ncs crossed: both ways with silken: .black wings at .the back. breaks a lance on the shield ofj I i press association held recently at Key j this criticism eventually found its way Since the n-cvnt rainv th I_ I .

|West, and who personally examined into the public grr>w*'r.s at Hastings .tim. .
Jstripes, and having delicate flowersprays 1 I * Jefferson, and denies the Bryanism : press. 1 I e t<- t.It ..

climbing from one bow to the i' Parasols. 1 i Mr. Flagler's great extenison enterprise i, Unknown to Mr. llartridge and without there as compared with the II,,; j

other, are called "spider'effects.:: 1 I, These clearly evince the continuedfor he once boasted to deny the press ; spoke in great praise of this gi- any solicitation on his part, the year at about nixty per cent

'cccc' : hand embroidery on white linen i i the right to speak its opinion of him. !gantic undertaking. lie says he found ''bar of Jacksonville held a meeting I. -

Organdies and Mulls. inconsistent I "Gag the pr-ss." GoVernor? In what i 1 no one not ready to accord to Mr. !i and passed a set of resolutions unanimous ; .h. :
land prices prevail, as an JI | :
I democratic school did you .find this !Flagler credit for the industrial : I.
great and
These gossamer: fabrics also showflower embroidered silk parasol is less expensive I, y commending endorsingr I
:: .
I (thought? Looking bat-K on your'xperi..nce 'work and found 'hi .
no one not ready c > course and the .speecju-s w'rt'"n- .
patterns on pah backgrounds :-1 than one of embroidered'linsjen. -
and black hairline I These have plain straight,Jight- now, would you think the j jco-operate with him and to c'Jmmendi tirely favorable to him T 1e resolutions .

bring out '1' ,candidate or the paper more wrong- i i for his part in making a garuVn of say that the gravity of the crime 1'!
their"colorings with fine ef f- wood handles, with a rosette on the ed in the Dill D. M. BCNEV. .
'I course the last debate? "
feet. Contrasting .a wilderness. "But, says the' Journal. committed cannot relieve the attorney -
braiding or embroidery handle..
Fancy parasols in the I 5
are .
If the Eyestgt1, S' .....,
pairs Ill< "if :Mr.
on linen suits is almost the ruleand gayest hues that can be imparted by Flaglcr's activity had flapped of the proper lit-c'iiarjrc of his i j.

of course hand embroidery takes 1 Pompadour or Dresden silk. and red 1 your .claim to exact knowledge of the :,with his work of development thenwould iduty as he: understands it. 4w j jfj I1' 4. .

i Everglades;, of your amazing profijciency not have been any occasion o '\' commend the bar of Jackson-1; .
first rank. Voiles are very sheer, and!,or "crushed strawberry" are also inj I II in |j I
.. ,- j engineering science which the Times-Union's Question ..r for any :ville in coining to Mr. Hartridgt's d--1 w I

a t 4 -! could furnish the exact cost of a work:: reply from the Journal or mother :tense so promptly and so unoliiitously. I .

like the drainage of millions of acres, :.newspapt-r in Florida.:' "But:' it says JE.-fT i :
of that knowledge of the law which
1 "when ilr. Flagler's railroad attwnptsto i Hudiff..r'nU with tin- pre.of

settled uff- 1antl the titles to lands: control the election of C
every: public I l'1urhlaVh'n an editor jjlNeharg-- )

equal in extent to. son1oeregn! ,official from circuit judge down to corf f his duty in this state ftarl ',:*Iy and I' .t +

l B 7tr states and complicated! by court decisions oner and constable, it anotlvr I : I
|I conscientiously and fall.- under the : .
of which you never heard, didn't phase, on matters and the people ob- > ban of criticism for so doing. his j .' _-

i you fight back? Didn't the candidate'respnnd Mject' to his interference in these matte ':brethren of the press rarely fall l"'r

.' by saying the newspaper was ;; ." '!'themselves in rushing to his vindu-a-j iANj

l a hireling, had been bought to deceive, :!' The l"imea-Uni reproduces the ;lion and endorsement but more'the ) IJ i

. J Jt ban no conscience and no patriotism j/Pensacola Journal's criticism and asks ,1 pity seem disposed to give him an ad- j ;
t-i < # or decency? '
j the follow'ing question: I,Iditional d biff. I|

" Xow, we grant that these recrim-1 i I II "Will the Journal give the proof on I!Ii .

.. <. -xl -.... nations were exchanged. But we note which it makes the charges that, if i 'c' ei
rt !J The Savannah Naval Stores ReviewIoP i ii
that the- peo sustained the chargesof i i,guilty, condemnation may be made .
i last Saturday says that th..rlha,: |:
the papers which: had relations to general or. if innocent a man w ho I. jI.
i been a reaction in the turpentine and I make a special of corning -' f '
the subject before the house charges has worked so long for Florida and
I [rosin market which set both flying eye where otter* fail
against the were only those
;done so much for the people, may be i
the I upward. It now looks as though turpentine Sali.factioB .ed -
attorneys for the defense always i finally vindicated and the injurious 1 gturatttt 01
1. would around the 70
u launches his opponent: when it has suspicion be set at rest forever in the']I range: money refuaded.
-' !cent! basis and rosin is bringing finer ____ .
no case? But why have the law .|ieyes of all fair minded fellowcitizensof -

silenced the paper and not the candidate the accused: ? To this end will thee :;|I i prices than ever before. The Review OPTICAL PARLORS.

.: ; ::1*; Ajgj I ? And, if this favor was to basked .;I Journal give instances and cite ;I I II ;I'::dent says that of the Robert Consolidated: B. Powell. vice-presi-\' StoresCompany 2 and 4 Gary Bnildtec, Ocala!

; why bring forward an instance ,j proofs?" : S .

1 .a sx. };:t ra which shows how much more valuable | __ !;( has just returned from' Mex-
j 1 the paper- may be than this particular; A Remarkable Editorial. I II jico! and he says that he des not be- Florida.
i i I]lit'the- industry will ever amount to C c s c c e e .
candidate to the people at large.-St. In its issue of :March 6. the Wall II i iI I
much in that country for the: reason
Augustine Record. I Street Journal, which is evidently the I .. .
that the pine timber is on mountain!
---* !'most conscientious financial publication i
I ranges five thousand feet '
GENERAL OPINION OF BROW- in Wall street printed a three- ; '
result. WEEKLY
sea leveL As a whiltir i i-
ARD'S MESSAGE. ,;jl line editorial.! It was one of the bestjeditorials swarm'! .
!i ii enough in the day time for th. ,
ever printed: in an Americannewspaper. 1
,'i ': sap" to run, it is too cold at night ail
The of the It ought to be displayed in' : (
message of 'ithat .
governor the rainy season' i- fr.oJut.

Florida is long but it is interesting, every Wall street counting room, and .I'until September which would jnv.ttty COUP1Eft-

(and for that its :not only in Wall street but throughout j js
( reason length will be [retard the work.
$f-t' the world. With all its simplicity it is |
'excused. It deals
( with many :subjects s, i 1
'a remarkable editorial: remarkable: 1! JOURNL
1331 1374 ,and all of th. m are handled vigorous- i What the Governor Said.
.."- The above design is by the .Mcv'all Co., of New York, Fashion Publishers ,ly and comprehensively. It may alike for its brevity and its truth. Here While traveling, from point to point

and Manufacturers of McCall I Patterns. [that many of his constituents will bet ;'lit is: making stump speeches during the
"The Human and the Di\-ine-Tbe
agree with all his.rl'.ommend
tlons f drainage campaign Governor i

,; -r, afford opportunity for using half worn I I great vogue Lace insertion "GUo;,,and his suggestions praise for but frankness they will accord of his I{!!i1 mere earns human expenses in us;working it is the alone divine barely in'- lake j'! supposed servant of the people, f THE OCALA BANNERt

who sacrificed much time from his of-
iR k Silk skirts as checked, striped or charming, and every combination ofj(views. Perhaps he will come to the 'us that yields\ dividends."-St. Augustine -.j I t Weekly
and threw the dignity '
changeable taffettas are all being black and white is acceptable. White :'conclusion ,' Meteor. !
he made
used for linings. Skirts trimmingsseem chiffon holds its own, the border finished a mistake ;:i 'i-: i
introducing j into a state paper of such i I! ------ ; | BOTH ONE YEAR
I $
to be an optional matter
as some with ruffles. Black
Chantilly ]i importance his differences God Hates a Liar. i ,
are quite heavily trimmed while others lace, or white lace I some : opposed: him in his ..lans, and schemes
over ,white show of the newspapers in respect to the!i! A few more demonstrations of this I I
l as being "owned. controlled subser- FOR
are almost devoid of ornamenta refined and
elegant taste. drainage of the Everglades and his I'kind and no human agency can prevent ;, $1.50The

tion. One cannot go wrong, however, seas suggestion that a law be enacted for, the election ofIr.: Roosevelt to another j cor-porations ; ONLY
in using bands of silk few I -
a simple I Tan Shoes. j thE:' control of the press. He should ;:' term, for God hates: a liar and i i
=t tucks j"selling space with sentiment thrown Presidential election is
or graduated rows of black The half-high shoe : ap
tan is in
: great i j have kept in mind the fate tl\e -\mt ril'an'tIter loves a good fight-
f of Governor "
velvet. demand and of in Could he prouch charges? Is proaching. "Time; have changed.,
course, hosiery tojPennypacker.; ,er.-Pittsburg Gazette. I.
Ribbon lacings and<< a hand: 1 i tried to the i We wonder how an j item like the
gag of '
newspapers the be criticised when he deserves and has been
Millinery. bow knot : to always a Democrat
some on the instep impart aj|state. If he is above strikes Judge Parker? '
right in his
\ This most important branch of sartorial stylish air, and as the \length of sl\ Evergladestspolicy !l be?-Tallahassee Trus Democrat. never a Republican. HwentUl
he -- -- --
n art be said to have settled j' ought to be able to uphOld: -- differences out of the way Democrats
* may still admit a full view of footwear, th iCut. He The Publics! Opinion. i

rtf"'down, with the marked prominence of latter is of special importance. Black !1!some of certainly the brightest has the support of '! In any dispute between President 'i The Monument Fund. are getting together. 'The Courier

drooping brim, and lung ostrich /patent leather has lost no ground andla I state in the papers in the Roosevelt and Mr. Harriman the pub-I In the list of contributors to the Journal is going to support the
plume. The latter is too expensivefor pretty variety comes with a whiteor fact that he wants a will Thee lie will not long hesitate to form an i j'opiniofi j: Confederate monument fund we regret ticket. And there yon hate it'
| gag be
the woman of moderate means colored facing at the upper edg interpreted' in ;, but the transactions of that the omission of the names: of Dr. Send your orders for this combination

-, I but then the floral world is at her lof the shoe which is termed "a col- >|ing that he has some the quarter as mean-i''memorable campaign of 1904' have given ''James Eaglet, O. D. Hoarse harryWalters to us-not to the CowrlerJwirnal.
r 1 | weaker side of'
command also that of ribbon quills I lIar." Of course colored shoes there i lithe the' Pr.-s-irtt'Tit in
.j1 Jt- or wings, grasses, tulle, cherries and I :|!juo end. as fashion demands that almost .((! 'ontrovel'S--Sa\'annah--- News. hour.-I'--inn nIp).... mosassa. Co+lr >Journal alone i is fl a year

even mushrooms and strawberries [ everything must harmonize i in''I

The latter are the newest of new hat color. HOT STUFF. . --
j -- -- - -- ---- ---- --- ----- ---- --- -
I I '
garnitures. An immense tulle ..., .....
crown VERONA CLARKE. -", "'ol. F S23S ;;;r.T1.a- .
!!Oh, say.Ain't i

; --. i i Dear( it dear awful, Mabel? Our Mail Orders: Are
Increasing by
let in New York, in 19'i|. reference to
which IHarriman's shriek I Inf'i
was made in the communications -
Echoing from peak- to peak.
question of veracity between which passed between him and !And Roosevelt's roar and Bounds -- -

Judge Parker and President Roosevelt the president was that he. desired to1 :
along the shor*_'
advance- his own ambitions. I j
will not down. though it was settled With all the land I
Isn't it too nauseous for belief And i I ,. .

by the testimony before the, ''in one sense too pitiful? That a president I And all the sea ; ,: -'-' .. : --, --- :.?;;-...- '':. '-';., -';'...,,.' .. '" .-.. ." .. .
I Uniting in the startled "G EE!" :- ,,;;:'l: '-':fJ' -f'.. : r \ "1 < .' '
Armstrong commission to the satis- of the United States should find !. \ : ? 'k .j.= :i.fJr. ri ,< :>...:. -. ;: .-.. ; / ': : .
|My. my! r. ':i'.. ;: ... : \ ; ,, ;.). \J. : .., 'Lh ..c
.. < '! '" it' r-- .
faction "
reI I > \.
of all but these two who himself driven into i J -
little evasions and '-.
: : f'1' "" 'kr-----"f.: ? ... t' -:
!: :,' .
-.I:1 :
ft;] fuse to **" silent though Perkins has j tergiversations to free himself from !I Icharges j Somebody's told a lie: :1.: .' -n" ., 't1.-iZ. '::r-; '. .. !' S -..-;'t-t'........ ._ .of,".. ":.. t'.. '-
: '
.;... .Somebody's jumped off the car i ii : ;{.:.: -- -.t:.- : } :N" ,"" .: : _- ,', I
\- spoken with check in hand. Therefore that the honest citizen could: ::J< rW' : ... .-. ::., -- .' ;-:,. !'. .. .- < .. 1 t tI

it is well to remember exactly I afford to treat' with contempt or must !,i With a jar.Somebody' I: $ j ..-' '\.:'_: :;: : : :.:;:::::: -o : l..T'/f.': : .- : ; .. ;

what was said: t answer with a fisticuff!-Times-Un- H;
Right into the hot.
As I have said before, and I deem 'ion.Children's. I r
And there .
; ...
t it my duty to say it again, the trusts I -- ,
Is razzers flying through the ; -I .
air. !
are furnishing the money with which
Home Society of Forida. I And the land
of the- free '
they hope to control the election. I : lQAD
I :'1
Mrs. ( S. B. Haney, district super- And the home of the brave I SOLlD'CAR
am sorry to be obliged to say it. If it .
intendent of the Children's Home So- Must take to the woods I .
were not true I would not it to CREMEilly
say icety. is in Ocala in the interest of Or risk a shave: E.DELA ES.
; -
gain the presidency or any earthly reward.Judge i ... \ ISNj i
i this! benevolent institution and i::; trying I Wow! OLD TRAGER AAAA 111 ,, of
Alton B. Parker in a p ,1
to organize an auxiliary branch in Ain't they raising a row? //u UNIONOCUAWIXEHOliSE RYE

speech on October 29, 1804.Thter :this city. The object of the society is Ain't they hot stuff I t3 ; FOR. H.J.o'PRECHT FRopJ .

was a of surprise fromthe OCALA.
find '
homes for homeless children Ain't they plenty enough !
voters; can this be true of Roosevelt -
and is doing a most meritorious and Ain't they the cheese i!
who calls himself the puiterdown i
noble work. The society believes that In a go-as-you-please !1
of trusts? The reply came immediately. -
good homes with sweet and moral sur- Ain't they the birds
roundings can with the proper That fight with words? :
But there is not one particle 01 I
J found for every homeless child in Ain't then H-to pay i
truth in the regards -
statement as anything the
state. Over the right of way
that has gone on in the management I
society has found homes for By heck!
of the republican campaign. Mr. I
ninety-four and are still placing these What a wreck I
Parker's accusations against Jlr. Cort-
children in good homes. In a little They'll makeIf
leyou: and me are monstrous. The
pamphlet before
: us are extracts from somebody
statements made by Mr. Parker are
received from different parties Don't take R.b
unqualifiedly and atrociously false.President .- .
who have given homes to these child- Them about
Roo.-eVrlt! Nov. 4. 1904, V
ren. One t
writesthere is
not money Forty miles out I
.. Mess-rs. Bliss and Cortleyou did not
enough in the state of Florida to On the main-travelled pats

J. testify before the Armstrong commis- tempt me to give up my little girl." And let: them chaw up Do You Wonder Why?

_f sion; it is reported that the president Another writes, "I wish I could tell Their respected wrath; j
Coffered but he did not in-
appear you everything our children boy" and If they haven't got the call.

sist. The president of insurance associations girl) have done and said and how clear On rowdy ball We buy 1 n c \r. lo d lots and give our customers' the advantageof
testified how when and

wher.tht.' monwai: > paid and then they happy are and to my us. husband They seem is kind perfectly and 1 Is Then off its our bagThat's Starry- Flag I what we save. Best goods, lowest prices quickest deJivery--

Irft for foreign shores where they still gentlewith them. It would bhard I alLWhat's I 'what does the business! .
hide tht-ir diminished heads. We will I
L to tell which
: one of us the children that?
'3- not quote Mr. Harriman in this connection love best"This I I
:More H. J. PR
but President Roosevelt ,inqualih'ing society is doing a splendid: "Roar? i iDon't I OGALAVINE HOUSE .ECHT,

4 Harriman for tl1t.nania work and should be ProprIetor.
encouraged in ev- let ..m get a start: j
vlub. says under; date of April. J: ISmT. jt-ry I possivle I -- -
way. I I Pull 'em apart:
-t It was authoritatively declared at I Pull 'em apart'': : > |. HAVE YOU SEEN OUR PRICE OUR NEW SALOON IS lJP.TO.D4TE

the White House today that the rt RJ.1)} A lucky celery grower at Sanford Oh, say1: ; LIST? PAY US A VISIT.

reason for Mr E. II. HarrimaiV interest j figures his profit on 3i acres at ,Ain't it awful Mabel1 i BETTER GET ONE. {WE'LL TREAT YOU RIGHTT :

in the election of the state tick- I
518,000. t
-J ,V. Lamptom in Xew York World,j
'S .I = t'M.: '! .7 _

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E OFFICIAL MINUTES OF MEETINGOF l attached, said fixtures to be hung ed the board that Mrs. S. A. Galbreatb, ."PEONAGE! AND STARVATION" .r -- r I--- J_ iiI- ; !

:( ;of Fla. is in needy +! ALONG THE EAST COAST EX. !
BOARD OF COUNTY COM- complete with lamps and glassware Sparr, circuai-j II J. A, HomierAnnouncement '
L. E. Lath '
MISSIONERS.Ocala and Welshbacb burners for the sum stances, it was ordered that an appropriation | TENSION. I H, A. Spencer -

'!'of $897.60. of $5 per month for the' I!, i I j +

Fla., April 2, 1907. (IFLORIDA PLUMBING AND ELECI months of March and April be appropriated !' Arriving at the camp proper we l a-

Board of county commissioners of 1 I TRIC COMPANY for her benefit. 'found a scene of busy acti'itbut I! -

Marion county, Florida, met in regu I W. W. CONDON. Manager. 1 Application requesting .the reduction it:three hundred men were at work here :

lar session on the above date. Present, l 'of taxes upon the northwest quarter land I' they are workers. Innumerable I I

Hon. J. L. Edwards, chairman, S. R. lira] GeorgelacKar.. of| lot 17, sub. of the Waldo place to '!carts; ply between the places where !:j We have just purr'aus-eil: the pleii li,lly ""|1'1''''''| :

Pries, C. W. Turner, N, A. Fort andJ. Dear Sir-We will furnish and install ,$30 was granted. (men are digging and the end of the i machinery plant of the Yontfo and Cliiw 4'usi4ui> :

M. Matbews, commissioners. | fixtures and switches in the new! The communication from Mr. H. C. i roadbed where their loads of rock are and solicit a !share( of the repair; work "'f Marion and : ':

:Minutes of last meeting were read courthouse, as per your specifications i'j Price to the comptroller with referjdience {' umped and arranged in order by j
and approved. ,i for the sum of $921/0' all complete. \ to certain lands in section 11. "',other workmen. We talked with see adjoining counties.: W(' make a *i.vialty of r-jmir HKtfam : ,;

Complaints have been made by 1) Hoping to receive jour order which I township 12, range 20, was taken upje'by of the laborers and each expressed : I > pumps, gas engines, etc. : I

parties that Mack Johnson had fenced I shall have our prompt atention. : the board and the board is of the himself contented with his lot One Lf.t I .
f 'I' u> quote you<< prices.
the public road at or near Stanton, I RAYMOND CLAY, [opinion that it is for the best interest of them stated to us that "if such a I.

depriving the people there access to Successor to Standard Elec. Co. | of the county to grant the request thing I as peonage existed there was *

the lake, except by a great real of By OTTO MENTE, Supt. made by Mr. Price, and the clerk is 'nidirected of it in this camp." '\'e'isited Ocala Gas

ti inconvenience; the board directed, after ;; to recommend to the comptroller ,the hospital::: and found eterythin t;!I Engine t
: that the made b clean and comfortable. three I
hearing statements on both sides, appearing- the board that the j] request as ) Only patients I

that Mack Johnson remove his fence I Ibid of the Florida Plumbing and Elec- i'Ir. Price is granted. were there ;and nothing serious i CompanyMcMillan : *

sack 5 feet further leaving the road ( better'bid \ :' The following bonds for carrjingiaI l either of them. The dining I
e I trie Company, of Ocala, is the '
open 23 feet from Stanton's store to, the is i I I fire arms were appro'f'd'and licensesordered i hall and (Oak sheds may well serve as | L :
I same accepted. .. :
the borders of Lake Weir. issuedV.. H. Farenbach, models for neatness and cleanliness. ', 11 11. .. .n
esu- *
Following is the approximate -
.h' Mr. R. H. Sanders appeared beforeIbe I Robert A. Worthington, G. E. Smith. In the dining hall long tables reach 4
F mate furnished by )lr. George Mac ]
board and complained that the' j' Notary bonds were approved as fol.Iows from end to end of the building. Whiteoil I _. : I II
assessments on certain property of,\ :, : V. E. Kunzie, R. K. Wartman cloths cover the tables and at
Approximate estimate No. 9Iar.-
Ford was excessively assessed. )lr. ,ion County in account with: 1[. T. {'land W. J. Crosby sureties; John 11'. each place is a heavy China cup, plate, I ;

Sanders having paid his taxes for 1906; Lewman & Co. iPelot, R. S. Hall and S. A. Rawls, knife, fork and spoon. Great howls of i

-the board could give him no relief. (sureties; C. P. Pillans. D. A. Clark sugar and plates of butter are placedat 1 Bros. *
Excavations . . .$ 320.00)) *
The committee heretofore appointed !land Walter Ray, sureties; W. J. Frink,. intervals along the tables. The
Concrete work and lintels .
to act 'with Mr. J. ::\Mathews:: SSoO.OOc)I J. McGehee and J. D. Scruggs, sure'ties. kitchen is furnished with an immense
Back filling . . 166.50 I i iI
; commissioners, with reference to the: Damp proof course . 108.30 i! range on which the viands are cooked 1 Southern Copper Works

Ocala and Blitcbton road, having been I Brick work . . . 9:;>00.00+ + The following justices of the peace by experts in cooking. The evening :
upon the grounds and investigated the, j(reported no fines viz: J. 0. Turnip-;{ meal was being prepared. We particularly I
Stone Work . . 9900.00( j
jseed, M. H. Ron E. S. Smith, H. W. noticed immense ; 1 1Maccaroni
situation, the change requested by ;' pans of
Steel beams . . 1500.00( i Manufacturers of Turpentine Siills +
Douglass, W. W. Jackson D. L. Grahan and I 9
n- cheese, delightfully
}!r. Atkinson, was
Vault doors . . 511.(1 O .
The pension application of Mrs. 1 I. t W. D. Mathews T L. Johnson.The browned and most appetizing in ap- ,
Fire proofiing . . 5500.0e 0 I and General Metal Workers.
foregoing justices of the French I
A. Winston was approved by th peace pearance. fried potatoes,
Steel window frames . 260.00 |
'I ;reported fines imposed and costs colllected I browned and and
crisp, meat stew
board. ,
Carpenter work . . 10900.00( j I
Mr. S. D. Souter was granted a'I Corner stone . . 110.00 ( as follows: !the savory odor of which caused us tctually o + Old Stills taken in exchange for m-w ofn8. 1skkit l
i County Judge, Joseph Hell fines IB
recommendation for the reduction in i [ feel hungry. Outside in great )
. .
Hardware 325.00: I
the ( )nl mail! i
valuation of lots in block 33: Cald1'ell's I. '$400.00, costs $142.44 : C. R. Veal 1, cauldrons coffee was boiling. In the t through country a specialty. rs by fH"
Plaster and . :#OO.t O
,fines. 120.01', costs, $i.-n! S. A. Bul- storeroom found ofi i i wire will receive prompt attention at Pillar of UwI
addition to Ocala, Florida, from ; we only groceries : I
Corner beads . . 73.00 ,
$400 to $200. I L lock( fines $#05.GU::; costs. $09.70; Alex: 'I t'Wynne best variety, canned goods, crackers I following works _
Iron stair (fitted) . . 350.00 '
The board, upon motion, granted fines $10.00, costs. $-t..8. etc., in an abundance. If the laborers I
6 j Stone columns . . S25.00
the Edwards Naval Stores Cp., a re-'1 I'Electric wiring . . C:>O.OO 1 County treasurer, T. E. Pasteur, I 1 on the extension get as good FAYETTEtMLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA r

bate of 50 cents each for all convicts S Plumbing, heating, gas fitting 2300.00:: filed' his report as follows: School l I food every day as we saw being pre1 : JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE. ALA *

charged against them for January 8, Roofiing, galvanized ironwork 2700.00+ fund, receipts, $7i2'.5G; disbursed, !pared for them they surely have noj j

1907 as the said naval stores com-: Roofiing felt. . . 128.00 :$5000.55; balance $' :_'.n 1. Icaue for complaint on that score -I I 11 iIi'

1t any did not receive said convicts Floors . . . 600.00 Road fund, receipts. $#19..13: : ; disbursed Columbus} Smith in Madison New Kniterpriee. 1
$2711.22 balance __ ,
until after such date. ; $1464.51. --
Clock and bell . . lOuo.OOi I
Isaac Houston paid his fine, Edwards + j I County prefer fund, receipts, ____._ ,I 1t

Naval Stores Co, was ordered I $39648.50 $7073.16; disbursed, $:: 199.52; balance. PREPARE THIS YOURSELF. .. I

credited with $:.50 expense upon Less 20 per cent. retained' J $l8i:: .G-t. i I
said convict, and the said prisoner o F. & F. fund, receipts, $;:.##,9 1: For those v.ho have any' form of t Ocala House Wine

dered discharged.The I $47718.801_ 'disbursed] $5490.83; ; balance $234.16.: I blood disorders; who want new, rich Roonjs)

f request of Hon. Alexander)Less estimates 1 to Sin. Special; road fund. receipts $1379.71:: ; I Iblood I and Extract plenty of Dandelion it. try this one-half: 1

Wynne, of East Lake, requesting a elusive i . . #tG:11S.S0Total : ,disbursed $]OUO.UO' ; balance, $379.71.:; ounce; Compound Kragon, one ounce: TItY t)1.:
member of the board to inspect the I '! Building fund, receipts, $3383.58: :: ; Compound Syrup) Sarsaparilla, three I!, -

railroad at the depot at East Lake was due April :2, 1907! .$ l"OO.t"0 ,disbursed, $26rtO.O: balance $985.58. I ounces.'1: '
read and referred to Commissioner CEO. MACKAY, !' Total receipts, $29703.73::; disbursed 1, I Shake well in a bottle and take in- 1

Pyles with power to act. I. Supervising Architect. ,v,_002.12; balance, $7701.Cl.i I teaspoonful doses after each meal and Ii i OLD LLEGHANy

s Upon motion of Commissioner Py Received warrant number :3629: for Mr. Carney reported poll taxes collected 1- at !J'dt Ille.ny good pharmacy can i j

les the hard wood exhibit which Marion $1200.00 this 3rd 1907. as follows: Regulars, rio3.00: ): I supply the ingredients at small cost i
April ,
has is extra poll tax. Total ) This is the prescription, which whenI :
county tendered the Seaboard $I012.0\ I
M. T. LEWMANS & CO., : made is called "The
; up Vegetable
, Air Line Railway Industrial! i Board thereupon adjourned until
F. M. Cleckler. Treatment:: by others, the "'Cyclone I PURE
Agency for exhibition at the Jamestown 'their next regular meeting in' May. Blood Purifier." It acts gently and certainly RYE. a

Exposition. I S. T. S1STRUXK, Clerk.
I Following is the report of the poor ,, does wonders for some people
Cot R. F. Rogers made application farm for the month of March: : who are sickly, weak and out of sorts I

to the board to lease the convicts reserved ,''To the Hon. Board of County Commis- ,:The Twentieth Annual Meeting of the and is well known to relieve serious,
by the board in their contract I! Florida State Horticultural So- long-standing cases of rheumatism
with Edwards Naval Stores Co., to] sioners. Marion County. : L I and chronic backache: quickly. Put 4 full Qts
| Gentlemen I beg to submit the ciety. Make t up
work the public road, and offered' ; I some up and try it. x-4 1 i
l following as my report of tbe ''To the Editor Ocala
county: Banner
$3.3: :: 1-:: each per month for all of : '
those whose sentence was not less poor farm for the month of March The next annual meeting of the SOME OF THE GOOD THINGS I in'Fancy Cartoons

The excessive drougth has affected 'Florida State Horticultural Society i GROWN IN FLORIDA. .
than four months. Action was deferred '
the progress of the work on the farm i will be held
at St. Petersburg, Fla.,
the board.
The by petition asking that the Spring con'flderably.: The peach trees are ,commencing Tuesday, May 14th, and I J. E. Pace one of Sanford's most Delivered at your j

Grove road be ,hooking nicely. The oat crop pros- ,continuing through the 15th, 10th and prosperous truck farmers, refused }
changed so as to lean )
pects are very good. Ten acres of 17th. $100,000 for his home place last week "
Ft. Gates road at or near whe Express Office
Spring Grove road enters the Big recorn land has been planted. Lands;.,[ The membership of the Jo'loritlaState which consists of about twenty or J
for pindars and velvet beans have Horticultural twenty-five acres of celery land. Mr.
Society is ,
Scrub in something -
township 14, 24
range andjj been prepared and will be planted i in- less than ;300; when it should !Pace only laughed at the offer; he
running thence east L I
F be to intersect with as near said as mayjj'stantly. One acre of cassava has really have 2000 members. There are wouldn't take twice that amount for FOI' 83.20I

Grove Spring i'j been planted. Hogs look well. One ,certainly 2000 wide-awake his home, which is one of the finest )

road near Hughes' Island, t+ash hog has been sold and three head! of ralists in the state of agricult'a' nd best locations anywhere in the )II
granted the

travelling petitioners upon said condition road that in good the'!!i|the cattle cattle.sold for $28.00'a good price for .member: would be of benefitted the Florida by State}becoming Horticultural !aj- I',istate.were offered If some this of our amount northern for friends 500'jacres ;I' Regular $ J .00 a Quart Whiskey; write foi 1

The inmates, eight in number, are Society. i of land they would be scared tojdeath.
The request of Mr. J. L. Granthamlj' | complete Price ist.
ll .-Sanford Chronicle.The ) .
doing nicely. Hereto attached find In nearly every other state the I
that the board recommend that t heyfinancial' report
clerk be allowed to redeem lots 1C' report. of the horticultural society is I

and 17 in Ocklawaha section :32: township S. R. PY.ES, printed by the state, but in our state. reporter was shown a unique !
I" Commissioner in Charge the society curiosity in the shape of a potatof : Ocala House Wine
1&, range 24, upon the face value :I depends entirely for its i Rooms
of the certificate and omitted 'I Supt. $33.00::;) ; hired help, $3 ,85; expenses on the membership fee r' I Tuesday. The potato was in the possession -,

jears :cooking, $10.00; washing, etc., $i.0 0 i. $1 from the members. The annual of Mr. K. Roberts, and was
taxes without interest was granted. !. I|! : f 'ALA.. r l.Olnf11fINC1lJTE) \.
Total, $S4.S5. rtport alone is i imported by his uncle from Central 1 j' :
The road petition filed by Mr. KelBey 1- worth many times $11{'
:I W. P. Edwards. ::Oc. ; T. W. Smith to anyone interested in Florida's 1 America. It was a cross between ai I 1
requesting the board to '
and fix the boundary of the reopen public':'i')& Co., $2.23; ; Dr. Xevvson, $x'.00; rictiltural and horticulture. ag-1 I|'regular sweet potato and an eggplant{ I J

road I Ocala Ice and Fuel Co., G3e.lcI'er; When members can attend the :and had the shape of a huge sand l .,
recently closed by Mack Johnson annual -
and which is described as running 1& MacKay, $4.03:>; Ocala Wagon Wits, : meeting they get the benefit: of the I crab. Mr. Roberts says they were :.

in a northwesterly direction from >c.: Guthery Bros., $lU..30: ; Martin' & reduced rates on the railroads and grown extensively in South America i

the corner of Buffum's old store to I'Cam, $3.75. Total $23.78.: :the hotels, and have the privilege ofk'and are very prolific, growing on ai.1: :

the waters of l Lake Weir, as recorded [ By produce sold: $11.20; three mingling and getting acquainted with !large l vine that will climb on poles or ,:,

plat of Stanton, was .laid per over-'cows"' $2SOO, sale of two colts, $100. the very best people of our land.t |'the side of a building. The potato has j $",:.;,; ,!""'' T
,,!!Total, $139.:G.I nearly I'a very fine flavor, and Mr Roberts ) :.*;
meeting of yJ3"eck
until the every the
. next regular meeting of the;.I society i
board. I,!!I, there are papers or addresses by I will Lake plant Butler a. Star.number this season.- !i 't'r.1. ::: f NULACK": (

It was ordered by the board that : The foregoing resolution was adopted j prominent; people connected with institutions ,I m't' .

the resolution recently passed authorizing by the board: i l in our state or the department I <
The crop! of mangoes in sight nOon \\": "
the purchase from the of agriculture and it is expect-1 I
: Whereas, irrf'gularitiesccur: from the trees in Fort Loaded Black !
Air Line Industrial Agency certain I ed there will be several addresses (|' Mvers is: by far |I Powder Shells
time to time in the the largest here in The'
assessment of of this kind the seen years.
books advertising the resources of I' program for our St.J! \
property for taxes, and whereas, these'irregulal.ities Petersburg i trees have been in bloom since De-j '
:Marion metting.: I
county, which order
was made Shoot and
< I Strong
at the March meeting of the board, be' ( frequently result in the 1 hope Ilea Editor. you will urge ev-j jcember, and still continue: put on Evenly,
I property so assessed sold. ([bloom spikes the same trees having f ..
being and : of '
and the same is recinded and the or-I. errone your readers to become a' .\. ... Are Sure Fire
tier countermanded and the clerk di-'j!|' whereas, private individuals oftensuch member of the society, and he can do on them fruit in all stages. from the ,( jj .\'..,-'\ \ "

property when so illegally i 'half grown size to the new blossoms, [ ilc):1, Will Stand ;
reeled to notify the said agency of1 I \is o by remitting me $1 and on retell r r:-.Ir : Reloading.
tlaction of the board. )assessed, and whereas, frequent appli-c!i ;:, same I will forward him a certifiicate From this it may be judged thai the : p f. 1"!.' ,

Upon motion of Commissioner I cations are made to this board to refund of membership which will entitlerhim first fruit will be ripe in June. and that J ''j \' > .

Pjles it is ordered that the chairman )' the money M> paid by parties f | to all the special rates: and a copy fruit will continue to ripen throughout \( { r They Always Get The Game.

such tax certificates, and' whereas 'i July and August, and possibly into [ : .
of this board is hereby vestal with i of the annual report. The life men l I' t.
' full power and authority to make thelaccessary 'this board is of the opinion that such I bership fee is $10, which will entitle September. Thus the prospect for a I' T'.r J For Sale Everywhere.

repairs in the county jail ,purchases; are for speculation wholly t to all the benefits of special rates and great feast of this delicious tropical! e. ,,. v..1' ,.

and to have the cells scraped and )aL.d that it is as much the duty of |ja copy of the annual proceedings for fruit is good enough to make the 1-1.1.
such purchasers to inform themselves small boy of this town lose all' of ha$'
painted, and to have such work done l]! |Jt the balance of his natural life.
'as to too irregularities of such religion:) and purloin "till, bl' -
> : mangoes
the Hoping that will
as said chairman! sees fit and :you help us to
j proper. i I|ceedings as it is the duty of pro'I'I swell the membership roll of our next can't rest."-Fort Myers Prnss.

,. board iI| to do so; and whereas, meeting to 200, I am,
<< ;(board is advised that the state com
it- Yours respectfully, Fully 5'ijOO pounds of ma'Kp"el!
Wednesday Morning. j jtroller will tot refund any money to E. 0. PAINTER, !hate been caught by St. ,Andrews Bay

Board reconvened, all mEmbers!any such purchaser of irregular tax Florida State Horticultural Society. :fishermen in this unnudiaw vic-mit.:

F present. i certificates; and, whereas. this board --- I j within the past week, and read i ly &aie
Upon motion it is without of I
was ordered that means preventing tb-
I was found for the whole csr':: the E
.. the Florida Plumbing and Electrical'!''occurrence of such irregularity, and Men Past Sixty in Danger. i bulk having been shipped t'J :Mount ?y Stglip St7F 1e4r

Company of Ocala, be granted the; j(has no means of ascertaining the same 'I It requires strong nerves for men I]and Pensacola because of there beta : c

contract to place in the courthouseclock ; until after such sales are made, BE who are in that state to read that a'no'':[ railroad here yet to ;ave; s' \Q'cdrews w r 1-

the necessary electric lights :IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, moved. We asked an old friend ti ;:, the benefit of an int*-ri..r' ;aa, u
and also to connect the sewerage of That it is the sense of this boardthat other day how he was and he replied -:et.-St. An3rews: Buoy. AND LASTmj

the courthouse with the well. The; we are not authorized to refund 1 : "0, I don't know ; I passed my i

said work to be done under the .su- ,.to GOth birthday recently, -and I have :
anyone any. money paid upon any L. Walter Weed, of Wasbmj'on. D, i;
t. pervision of George MacKay, SURE r-;tax certificates Issued irregularly, bat not felt well sicce. He had evidently' C., spent a few days in Barrow -hi<-

vising architect. The said company is':such purchasers shall make inquiries I been reading that ad.-Florida Christian I)week, a guest of the Wright! boast'.
j also employed to connect the pipes''for their own protection at the time Advocate. j
This gentleman owns the Hancock Mean $ $ made
r conducting the water from the coo t-jOf 1 making such purchase. We have confronted that ad. manyj> {place, on Garfield Lake and has made to all who ,

. Douse with the cistern. I A communication from Mrs. Stay:f II times and u 'hasn't grated on our ;j I arrangements for'the cultivation of ** buy or
, Following are the bids made i wear them. In \
the i
' (with reference to the old cemetery nerve even a little bit. I!camphor trees for market purposes style

,'. board for the furnishing complete of ;(was read to the board and the following ] I He is backed by the United States ease and durability, "Shield Brand _
: .shoes'toe
the new courthouse all fixtures in
accordance j
action taken: : Unusual activity is in progress i j government, and will engage extea the mark of
L with the perfection
specifications: ; Upon motion it was ordered that among steamboat men on the ] sively in the business. He has a 1'r ,
\ Messrs. Edwards, Pyles and MacKay: i j Commissioner Pyles be and he is sippi Missouri and Ohio rivers 1iSSis-1'' weary made plans for putting out a BOLD RBLIftlSLB MIRGIrtNTft ONLY

Committee on purchasing gas and I hereby appointed a committee to in-i tbe southern streams. It would appear !'i large quantity of seed, and will makej i ia I
_. electric fixtures for new courthouse:; vestigate as to whether .
property as a result of the passage of the i i; large industry of growing camphor
Ocala Florida. referred to is the property of the The is calculated fcA.
. big rivers and harbors bill and the I trees. enterprise '
' Dear Sirs-We will agree to ft county I and if so to co-cperate"with the I I
appointment by President Rooseveltoia to be a profitable one, and his scheme
Dish and install complete the new I|ladies in the improvement of the the island waterways commission, ;I will he watched: with interest from I
courthouse Ocala, all fixtures in accordance : samE !
that the prosperous age of river t ,headquarters!! at Washington.-Bartou-
with specifications hereto I It ) Commissioner Turner having! advis- fie is to be revived. Courier.Informant.


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!I IW a man, woman or child in Central Florida who has not heard this name and if you have noticed, will that J
you see same is always connect. with
Why? Because ever since our existence a little over two years ago we have given mere real values i
good than
: Our methods are built on the basis of the ".,' Deal." No Node of this; section e. re' .
'quare matter how hard
THEREbuyers a customer is to please,
t !! satisfaction. ... We offer of we always have patience with them md :
reward $100.00
a to who
can have
+ any person prove we ever failed to refund purchase for :
satisfactory. < This season better, better than other price any roods
at time
any we are prepared to suit our customers. .< Our
.' in Ocala, has bought the largest and most varied line of goods ever handled by us. Our competitors have Mr. Frank, who is one of the i
4 doing business and are (only) trying to follow us. We don't have to hold Special Sales to give values as we always become jealous of our methods of i
4 true that we hold two GIGANTIC SALES each year but this is done simply to rid ourselves of all seasonable goods. We do our goods below the market price. It is .
not believe
-: season to another therefore, in these sales you sometimes buy goods for Less than cost. ... Remember we only handle first class in carrying foods over from one :
i found unsatisfactory we will gladly refund full purchase price.. & Below we give a slight: idea of what we have in stock for you this goods season and at at our any place time:-your purchase is :

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i-, !II I have as it only- --shows prices. We are showing the :
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: is more complete than ever before the latest novelties this season. Ladies Muslin I Underwear j t's'

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White Lawns, per yard Q I I season we have without the least doubt the i
j C to 12c I Laces an d EmbroideriesWe largest line of Muslin Garments in Ocala. j

Fancy Colored Lawns i Ladies' Drawers i
8 e to J 19C I have always led in this line and this season 24c to 98c

: is no exce p tien. Yen will find in the Ladies' :
: Fancy White Goods, yard our store Corset Covers
: per Qr to 24c I cheapest and best class of these lines 24c to 98c Z i
II :
; :I Fancy Wash Silks per yard I Valiciennes Lace, per yard Ladies' Skirts '
49c lc 4 4j
+ to lOc II 48c to 1,98 :

:o i I j!; Fast Colored Percales, per yd 8 c to -j 12c I Torchon Lace per yard !c to lOcLadies I GownsLadie's 49c to ,98 i .

j Fast Colored Calico, per yd F Cambric or Swiss Embroidery I i
; Chemise
c to 8 C yard 3c t 0 98c
i per 1.98
... 1 ''e to S
i White and Brown Linens \ I We have an elegant! line of allover Embroidery I We have .
1 6C TO 2 9 c : not space to go into details about this
4 per yard Laces. No in about i
use talking it, you simply must line, but we will that
+ The above only gives you a faint idea of what we come and look. say you can save money by $
,. 1 buying your underwear from us i
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has long been an established fact that we sell! the best shoes for the money in Florida, This fact is substantiated the ..
.: {- mentIt We have a full line of low or high shoes for the season Our prices, qnality considered, cannot be equalled. by large mail orders we receive in this cJ+tpaut- ::

{ Men's Solid Leather Calf Shoes .
: $1.59 i

" : Men's Dress or Working Shoes $J.69 to $3.50 t i

1. Ladies' Solid Leather Shoes all sizes $1.39 i

: Ladiest Dress Shoes all .
: d $1.59 to $2.98 i

: We only mention the prices as we 'are satisfied that you know that .
our goods are always worth than
ask for
: is guaranteed '0 wear well!! or a new pair in its place will!! be given for the We we same. Remember that every pair of shoes we fell :
asking. afford
.... can easily to sell cheaper than
..* naiiuiaaia i n .. .. the balance of Ocala! merchants. :
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We sell for CASH ONLY No -- ..
,I : bookkeeper to pay or dead acconnts to make good. ",': We have strictly ONE PRICE

ji.; therefore not having to employ high priced salespeople th skin the people !

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i !?I CLOTHING I ii 50C" u u u I Men's- and Ladies .
, 39c Cmbrellas'74c i
: "Y un will find the best values in popular, priced I I to $1.48
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j I clothes for men or boys through our line 11 e have I"B lb 'g an Underwear 39c Children's Parasols 1 .:

1 men's suits from $3.98 to $11.98: Boys' Suits from .24c to 39c 4 ..

f 980 to ${.{S. Our line of Men's and Boys' pants is hoc Mesh 'Underwear 43c Large sized Fringed Bed Spread i 1

: complete. 98c :
)Ierr'Pants from 35C Balbrigan Underwear .
98c to $3,98 24c Covered Trunk
$2.48 i
i Boys' Pants from Pongee Top Shirts ;
24c to 98c 98c to S1,48 Leatheroid Suit CasesMen's i .
: $1.19
We do not handle in White Wash Ties j
j .. anything our store so cheap as g9u JI i SoxB

: ,..... to make it worthless u I" 5c to 24c j.
i -- Elastic Seam Drawers :
Hats For Men and Boys 46c I & H Nickel Lamps ''
$1.481 !
-1 \Ve have the very latest creations in Men1 andVe haven't a single item in our store that is not

: Boy's Hats all styles and Colors cheaper than what is sold by our competitors, I White Bowl Pitchers 9 8-: ;:

i Prices 48 co.79 whether they h aye special sales or not Largest Size Galvanized Tubs :
t. .. __ 79. !
)Men's Wear Throughout Our Store Quart Ice Cream Freezer +

i This as well as the other line is the best for the Ladies' Gauze Vests S1.98 j
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money 8 t 0 24c Best Oil Cloths 19c .: r

i Men's Sioo Shirt, our regular price Hose '
, 69c" 8c 30x60 Smyrna Rngs.
to 24c
98c i i
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49c" Long Gloves 72 inch MosquitoJBars

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i Please bear in mind that =: -- :.
the above prices hold good for
day in the We
every year. handle a full line of +
i Tinware, Glassware Enamelware and all kinds of Household Supplies of which we will make Crockery *

i ..& date. In conclusion we will that what mention at some future t
say no matter buy of
you us we
guarantee you a saving. Do be
not misled
: FAKE SALES. by i
You know us, we are here to stay. Marcus Frank has been 8 !
i amongst you while Tom :
years Harris
.. was born in Ocala.. For Good Goods at Lowest Prices we are i j

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i Poinus s at tile State Capitol} ''L. J. BrumbySpecial By Correspondent. -

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I!' f< t Red RocK Ginger pj i1 (
t1'- s Special to the Ocala Banner: I| died this afternoon at Live Oau, max i + :
ling I a total of four deaths in the sen ;
I Tallahassee April1..-Y esterda "sI ate. ''i. stands out among all other drinks as an Y ,

Cession of the legislature was not 1

: marked by many actions of particu :I I Tallahassee, -April 5.-Aer> interesting '::45 ; exceptionally pure, high-class article. ". -",

t c, Jar importance to the state at large, !the day and was the yesterday house of in both \ It has the active endorsement of the most ethical medical S .
representatives .
' 4 half a dozen bills being introduced a large number of bills introduced tf 41 men, and is widely prescribed as a home drink for all sI % 4 :
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into the house and forty-one in the in both houses 29! in the senate d -
:, ; \ people suffering from the various forms of indigestion. ; 1. \
senate. Several were passed under and 43 in the lower house.
t suspension of rules. I The house passed a bill under suspension -' t Look for Red RocK Crown Stopper on BottlesON = .

.. of rules authorize bond
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The house was in session from ten.,
issue of $75,000 by the city of Tallahassee SALE AT ALL GROCERIES, ETC. AND ON DRAUGHT AT FIRST-CLASS FOUNTAINS MtysMAAjl : .
o'clock in the morning until noon, and
: for the purpose of buying, I jl \ 4tat c i' I 'fd
:: the senate from 2.30: until about 4:30 leasing or otherwise acquiring andimproving ,, 1 'lI

in the afternoon. In the morning a the waterworks system of I l? 11 I 41' i I 1 '.'',,''-

Dumber of senators were present in the city, or of establishing a municipal .;!i't ,If,
system The bill was introducedby .
: the house as spectators, and in the Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY Jacksonville Florida. c'!
:Mr.: Wells, of Leon.
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afternoon a still larger number of -- -- -- - -
The house also -passed under suspension f,. ,.
representatives attended the sessionof of rules the bill passed by the He is also a member of the committeeon serving his second term and has a -THE- '\

the upper body.In senate validating the bond issue of Public Printing, Fisheries Militia, strong following. Mr.Cartman ap- .,f
the house the first thing was the $45,000 by the town of Bradentownfor Mineral Resources and Privileges and plies the honesty and integrity that '.,

municipal improvements.The Elections.It mark him in private life to his official
reading of the special message from Buckman bill restoring the is probable both senate and house conduct. Mr. Mathews enjoysthe Hardware i

the governor defending the trustees grand jury to the original number was will adjourn over today until Monday, distinction of having held an Marioi) Conpaiy)

of the internal improvement fund referred to the house committee on both to give members a breathing American consulship under President

the attacks made upon them by various judiciary, and senate bill No. 69, relating spell and to permit committees to Cleveland at Para, Brazil. He is a ,
i newspapers and through pamphlets to the municipality of Key West consider to some extent the \olomun- good speaker and will be interestedin HEAPgt'ARTEKS ';
I ,
and otherwise. Representative and introduced by President Harris, ous number of bills already introduced good measures.In .

j Carter of Alachua, introduced a res was referred to the house committeeon a volume practically unprecedented 4
; olution, house concurrent resolutionNo. county and city organization. in the history of Florida legisla the Senate John Beard is probably American Wire Fencing, 1

: 1, for the appointment of a joint Speaker :Mathews announced the appointment tion. the most striking personality.
i, committee of three senators and four of the standing committeesof Distingueshed in face and manner and Sash Doors and Blinds ;

representatives, as requested by Governor the house, the chairman of the Tallahassee, April 5.-Eerythingwas mental attainments and thoroughly in ,'t'
Broward. The bill is along the |principal! committees being as fol- harmonious, everybody was unanimous earnest, he holds the attention of his Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, ;. ;_.

same lines as the Beard resolution lows: in the organization of the leg- hearers. What he will accomplish is '

-.' \ passed in the senate Tuesday after I Judiciary-:Mr. McWilliams, of St. islature, or it appeared outwardly so yet to be proved. Mr. Beard will be Mill and Mining Supplies, :'

.:: noon, except that it is shorter, and in Johns at the caucus Monday night. Senator ,''a candidate for the United States senate -
.;.:, the preamble recites that the fact that I Finance and Taxation-:Mr. Wilson, Harris was made president of the I r against Senator Mallory in the Turpentine Snpplies,

the Governor requested the inestigation. of Hernando. ,senate and Mr. Mathews, speaker, .next campaign. I II ,
> Representative Reese, of i Constitutional Amendments :Mr.: without a dissenting rote.11'. Appleyard I Dr. Theop. West, of Jackson connty | Improved Farming TookJ& t

;. -. Escambia, the home county of Senator Clark, of Jefferson. went like a lamb to the and Senator James E. Broome, ot''!
Beard, suggested that tbe senate I Railroads and Telegraphs-:Mr. Dor'slaughter, without a murmur and 'Gadsdt-n., are two men who add distinction -: GET OUR PRICES ,.J

resolution be passed, but it .had not man of Suwannee. Mr. Kelum bore off the clerkship of to the senatorial body. Both
been certified to the house, and Judge Appropriations: Han ell of San the house without a protest. Not un- are gentlemen of the old school, with I

Carter's resolution prevailed by ai I'ta Rosa. til nominations were made for doorkeeper charming manners, and delightful Marion Hardware Company ,'#
unanimous vote. In presenting the I Education Mr. Dudley of Hillsbor- in the house was there any ex- old-time courtliness. Dr. West is ;(

resolution Mr. Carter stated that her I ough. citement. For awhile it looked like I serving his first term in the senate. ) ...
did not know whether the charges Corporations-:Mr. :Mathews: of ::\1 a- (popular old Dan Wiggins would lose Mr. Broome has served three terms in j u

were true or false that had been made rion. lout, as his opponent not only "was a the senate, and is known as one ofj i LAXDS. 7If
against the tntstees, but that the Canals and Drainage-:Mr. Doneganof I Confederate veteran, but had Killed the orators of that body. !I
truth should be known as soon as Osceola.
pos- Indians"-but his supporters stood I
you have lands you wi sible, and if the trustees were guilty, Organized Labor\ Mr .McKenzie of. firm and he was nominated. A pic- Tallahassee, April 5.-The sessionsof
.. impeached and retired from office, if Putnam. turesque incident developed when the senate and house of representatives or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing, .
not, fully vindicated. Census and Apportionment:: Mr. Dupont, of St. Johns, insisted that turpentining or lumber purposes' '
were brief,
very comparatively -
A resolution, condemning in un- Wartmann of Marion. the candidates for reading clerk

..' measured terms Richard Barry, author State Pensions-:Mr. :McClellan of should give a demonstration of their speaking, the senate ad- Write to '

and William R. Hearst, publisher Suwannee. ability to read so that the house jounrned shortly after eleven o'clock

of the article in the Cosmopolitan Senator Humphreys of the twentieth j could decide entirely upon the merits until three o'clock :Monday; afternoon, BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO. \ loc
Magazine concerning in Florida district and Representative Pettigrew,
peonage j of the two candidates. Col.! Nat R. and the house at 1:1:30 till 10 ,
a. m.
and extending the thanks of the socialist, of :Manatee, introduced in ''I I Walker, Waukulla., easily walked the .\L \. FLORIDA.
house to Hon. Frank Clark for his de- their respective bodies constitutional off with the honors in the contest, same day.In
fense of the state in the halls of con- amendments, incorporating the principles falling into his familiar swinging in- the senate two bills of special interest ----- -- i

gress, was introduced by Mr. Dorman, I: of direct legislation, as expressed tonation as naturally as if he was in to Pensacola were passed under II" --- l__ 1 .
of Suwannee and seconded by Mr. !!through the initiative and referendum. the middle of a session. Either by suspension of rules in the s"ualt., the .

Knight, of Citrus, who denounced the Senate resolution. 1, was received (accident or design the selection read amendment to the city thartr pro-
article vigorously. by the house, and :Mr. Dorman moved was Governor Drew's contract with viding for the: election of cit.nmVials .J

Another resolution by Mr. Dorman, to substitute it for house concur- Sidney Wailes, out of which grew the now appointed by the council, \\ Inch MEET ME FACE TO FACEt
appealing to the trustees of the Inter !rent resolution No. 1, both providingfor famous Wailes' claim, which like Ban- passed the house yesterday, and a
nal Improvement Fund not to spend! a committee to investigate the in- quo's Ghist, stalks the legislativehalls. bill by Senator Beard authorizing thtcity "
any more money in the attempted j ternal improvement fund of the state. to loan its money. An amendment -
reclamation of the Everglades until Mr. Carter, of Alachua, the author of I The most interesting contest in the I II to the first bill offered by Senator -

the people and tax payers of the state I.the house resolution, vigorously op- I j I house caucus was among the pages. Beard, excepting the city engineer 1J
should signify their willingness to i|posed the change, and was supported -(]j There were sixteen candidates. Mr. I and clerk from the ap)>oinu\e officers, ,J

proceed with the undertaking, went' by :Mr.: Wilson! of Herdando. Mr. I Melton, of Duval, moved that all the was accepted, and concurred in by the
over at his request under the rules. I Dorman and Mr. Watson, of Dade, fa- candidates stand up in a row so that I house on motion of Mr. Reuse of Es- .

': Resolutions were introduced and I voring it. The proposition was lost bya he could see them all. "Boys are my cambia who was the author ot th.' t S

:t passed over under the rules providingfor II vote of 33 to 29, whereupon: weakness," explained Uncle Ste\e. "It I bill.In
joint committees to inspect the I I Knight, of Citrus, moved that the senate used to be girls, but now it is boys. the house a large number of \.m-I '
reform school and convict camps of I resolution be substituted\ for the So a row of bright faced boys faced 'I mittee clerks were provided f".'. .p It Means ,
the state, and committees to visit the resolution introduced by himself the the crowd. i several reoslutions providing fur joint x
: I
'.., state university and school for the I day before and then on the calendar.Mr. Among the candidates was a boy I:committees to visit, and report up-m This
blind at St. Augustine, and similar i Willis, of Levy, moved to table about twelve or fourteen years of age I the various state institutions \\" Dollars

resolutions were introduced in the :Mr. Knight's motion, and it was done the oldest of a family: of six fatherless I I upon second reading. Mr. Knight, of 4
senate in the afternoon.In I Iby a vote of 33: to 29 on a division, I children. In nominating him his Citrus withdrew his resolution fur a Space s To Your
!the Marion members joint committee of three to m\etMtat .
the senate in the afternoon Sen- voting with the
I friend said, "This boy has got to be
ator Cottrell was sworn in by Justice \minoril'Y.I father to those six fatherless child- the internal. improvement fund, and ..ri
Parkhill and President Harris ,an- Meanwhile in the senate the house I is motion of Mr.. Wilson, of Ih-rnando.the .
ren, and the dear little man stuck out
nounced the committee appointments.No I concurrent resolution was under consideration his chest and looked determined house unanimously tabled M'nat<-

.; bills of much general importance and Senator Beard, of enough I to father a whole colony. YOU concurrent: resolution Xo. 1, by S n.i-
ti were passed, except Senator Buck- :the second, author of senate resolu- do not wonder that he was nominatedon tor Beard, providing for a joint committee -
.: man's bill to restore the number of .tion, moved to strike all after the en- the of seven to inspect th- :\ first ballot.Tallahassee
grand jurors to the old number, from \acting clause in the house resolution fund and the matter now awaits t tu r
twelve to eighteen. Bills were intro- |(land substitute his own in place of I return to the house of h< us.- \11I- 1 : I
that stricken. is a bad place for any- [current resolution No. : ,
duced covering many important subjects |I This motion was lost, 1, by Ir t'ar.I ,
i i_ such as the state schools, franchise i i but amendments proposed by Senators lone or anything with a shady past I ter, with the senate amendments. !! .
taxation, railroads and other i i Adams and McCreary were agreed to, ''just now. The spirit of investigation f i Several of the members asks to h 't

public service corporation. The bills ,iand today the resolution will be sent its{ rampant. Governor Broward is I excused from attendance for ie\-ral !
were referred to the proper commit- )I back to the house as amended. This j calling loudly for investigations and (days, and a resolution was pas):,.-d i\- : THE NEW MANAGER
tees. Both senator Crane of the !I shifts the seat of war back to the the legislators are likewise calling for cusing the pages from attendance upon '

eleventh, and Senator McCreary, of!!lower house. (investigations. The whole body is re- all Sundays during the ses: the thirty-seccondd bills to It is probable that a joint committee solving itself into a huge interrogation -
Mr. )Mathews of Marion, imrodundja I !
x provide for state uniformity in text will be appointed to draft a resolution point. The officials are just as
books. suitable to both houses before anxious to be investigated as the legislators resolution to amend the tonsutui i
tion by abolishing the office of twenty }
!the matter: is finally disposed of. and are to investigate, so 'II THE BOSTON
i treasurer and STOREWest
assigning the dutu"-
Special to the Ocala Banner: the prospects are good for a very interesting if the public does ont get all the information : j
this office .
lof to the tax ioll<-u<>r It'
Tallahassee, April .-The report of debate today between opposing that is coming to it, it will I
the commission appointed at the last I members of the house. not be for lack of zeal at the capital. I:Istitutional r was referred the committee on < nn- of Court House

session of the legislature to receive i Notwithstanding the published re-
and consider claims for rents of armories Special to the Ocala Banner: port of the state auditor upon the accounts During the first four day of the .-' ''J
presented its report to the senate ;; Tallahassee April 5.-Judge Jos. H. I J of the trustees of the internal session 83 bills were introduced in the 'III_ .. ,_.._--- --
r and house today. i(Bell, of Tallahassee, has been here II'improvement fund, the governor insists senate and S7 in the house.A ...

After passing upon several J the commission I j several days: partly to confer with tte that every official act of the y I
; recites, "There is also submitted -!Marion county delegation relative to I boards from the beginning of the trust news item tells us that th -l.T..
: herewith the claims of Marion 'laws affecting county judges' courts, (shall be subjected to the closest scru Washington will spend ll'o '"m .1 Education by Mail : Jerry urnett,

county, from which it ap-. !returned home this morning. tiny. Governor Broward is properly year for several years to eoii..r i .,d-! So leaving 6c
pears that an armory was furnished ; :Mr. John T. Lewis, state convict angry and is firing hot shot into the v.rtising the resources of that w..r.: eatK.o. Cbliz cclyFtretiiuegtud7ticaik-eort.npkymtnttottetinedy&

the troops of that county during the inspector! who has also been an inter- I ranks from which have come all man- i ful state filled with energetic ni nnf'pmg,Etetone., AnUmrtie Science, *Airebra,ll u/ry, i i..n uanc dry! I, MerchantTailoring '
;'fif period covered by the act and that !jested onlooker in legislative halls fori |ner of insinuations of wrong and miss do things. The legislature \\I:\\ "'t- TkoroleklyT.otktkyklaLL Ttcien ed i t
:,,' the rate of rent was reasonable, but i I several days, left yesterday for a trip I management.Hon. propriate this money and Think It. Ina topa.a4rtt,1 trnminstknsloor4 1.8131E5,1'alatkalla.Branch's tfnntlntsWlN.. iI I
that the of $2.790.00!: i.of inspection down in Taylor and LaFayette well ,
: it is believed sum I money spent although tht-r.- maybe .41 .
c which appears to have been added to, coauties. R. Pope Reese, of Escambia some men who vamp "it don pay ;. I \
the amount of rent compounded at I :Mr. T. E. Bridges is another recent county, succeeded in passing a bill to advertise." Advertising has peopf-d -- --- -- ,

the rate of S per cent. should be de- Ocala visitor. i relating to local affairs in Pensacola the valleys and hills of California with j j
ducted, making the claim when corrected I In the appointment of chairmanships (I the first day of the session. Mr. rich and poor, the successful and thY Geniine -- -' n ,

amount to S2.434.0i, instead of of important committees Marion county Reese has created a very favorable impression ne'er do wells, and it made orange culture Ocala FlerkJ.a.
3.224.00! as rendered by the county. was well recognized by Speaker 11 at the capital and will be profitable in that state, bringing: Rattlesnake Watermelon SeedOnly Fineat

} The report is signed by A. C. Croom. Mathews. Wartman is chairman of lone of the influential members of the the crop in competition with the golden i Pure Strain in United States.Carefully IontkCloths.Imported A 4f* 1Cuittll.f t
comptroller: \V. H. Ellis, attorney- the committee on census and apportionment house. He is a young man, full of fruit of Florida.--\palachicola .
Reneral, and J. Clifford R. Foster, ad ; a very important committeethis energy. and vigor, with an appearance Times. years. No\ other selected! ; k --pt pure forty, \

. < jutant-general, as commissioners. l year, while Mathews has the and manner that begets confi- I plantation of 1.IUJ; variKy a<'rf..-.. grown Pure sw<'to I P'i1a to ... 'r''r'I 'r't'
chairmanship of the committee on dence. Another young man whose influence Fine Carload of Horses and Mules. impossible where different kinds QUIIla'".

Tallahassee, Fla., April 5.-Both ,corporations a position which is much in the house will be felt is :Mr.: D. W. Tompkins has just rei i aregrown; Ioz.l5c. ; 2oz. 25c.; 4 ot ;
houses of the legislature adjourned 1 j sought after. Hon. I. L. Farris of Duval county. I received an exceptionally fine carloadof -tOe; 12 lb 6Gc.; JIb $1 ; Sib U..Sul; JOn -
after the morning session until Mon So far the :Marion delegation is more feel a special pride in :Mr. Farris' ca- horses and mules from Columbia, II $SijO, dflhered. ;

day. than holding its own. reer. He is a Marion county boy, Remit registered letter or money err H. THAL1STT i
Eighty-four bills have been introduced Senator Baker is the chairman of who has, by sheer force of characterand Tenn. They were selected with great der. Send for seed annual. Proprietor .
against the senate committee on legislation.This his own ability made care and are warranted sound and I Manual on melon tie
in the senate so far as a most en- culture on all or-
thirty-one for same period last session committee will Lave consideration viable record as a lawyer and a man. perfect in every respect. They area ders. DUNNELLON BAKERY.p j

::', ; eighty-eight in house as against of !some of the most important Marion county has a good working particularly excellent lot. Call at M. I. BRANCH II now prepared to ship Brud. CI..... \\t
sixty-nine first week in 1905. legislation ever introduced for the team in Hon. E. L. Wartman and Hon. Mr. Tompkins' stables and inspect Pies Ete.. on short notice
Senator Newlands, of Sewannee, I benefit of the whole state of Florida. Geirge G. Mathews. Mr. Wartman is them. t x Columbia Co. Berzelia Ga. Inteu satisfaction i" all us.."a..
'" i I him a trill.


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10 : LAND. r i -OF-

I I I Ocala Fla., Feb. :20! 1907. I PINE LUMBER COMPANY.The I

t W Notice is hereby given that on the Notice is hereby given that the undersigned

D jSOth\ day of April, A. D., 1907, I as Trustees of the Special undersigned, intending and proposing
TNt DNLYNNOWN 'will apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, Tax School District Number One in to organize a corporation under I 1.

CURE'0' ; I county judge in and for Marion county Marion County, State "of Florida, (otherwise the general laws of the State of! ,.

SALT-SICK R eT U tlNOW TBt COW state of Florida, at his office in known as Ocala School Dis Florida relating to the organizationof I /
R :
PBOVfNBYTBI IN (Atilt (JOcala in said county, for an order au- trict) will, during the next regular ses- corporations for profit, hereby make: .

Of MANY ytARS i tO BE Ti-E MST KtK'Nf 01'nMAfiRCT i,authorizing me as guardian of the minor jsion of the Legislature of the State and publish the following articles of !
RtbTOStS APKTITE fOS D.SEASE: AND nUJH IV STOCK AN9HAKQ OF ALL'"l4 KINDS WAND/!OCWViTIlCnMAN ( heirs of the estate of R. Y. Lanier '''of! Florida, and sixty days after the I incorporation and proposed charter 4

*IS NOT A FOOD BUT fjnw STOW HEDKlkt and E. V. Lanier, deceased, toI I''date of this advertisement and the i i'I I. I k 0Y
CIVE IT A TRIAL AND SAVE YOUR ANiMAISpaitE sell at private sale the following property 'I publication thereof according to law The name of the corporation shall .
25 CENTS APACKAGC (' apply to the said Legislature for the Abe PINE LUMBER I
rcas.xevrtRTAUOR0004TS P HANUFACTURCO belonging to said (estate to-wit: I COMPANY, and *
ACfRHAH I Northeast quarter of southwest' enactment of a law or laws the object the principal place of business shall f& r

& STE\VART.PAtl {Quarter and south half of southwest and substance of which will be be in the city of Ocala. Marion Coun- 'I '

;' ..;; quarter of section 9, township 15 to empower the said Special Tax ty, Florida, and at such other places I + ? yth
---- --- --" south range 22: east; and north half I School District to provide for and to as the Board of Directors may se- '
issue bonds certificates of indebtedness lect.
'|of northwest quarter of section 1C, or 'I
'township 15 south( range 22: east, \ not exceeding in amount the II.
The Cruel Cost of Drink-$1,000,000 a excepting, however, from the above sum of Ten Thousand Dollars $10.-- The i
000.00)) the proceeas of which to be general nature of the business i I
Day Spent in Gurgling Booze. ;'lands the following described tracts, be '
transacted is
ito i to conduct :
used to liquidate indebtednessof a saw
jto-wit: commencing! at the southwest
I mill business ''
said School District buy acquire, lease, own.
and to erect,
corner of the northwest Quarter of I
Mayor Jost-jili W. Murphey, of Wa-i I northwest quarter of said section 1G, repair, enlarge, equip and otherwise milling mortgage plants sell and dispose of mill, ,
I and all other
enlarge and increase the property
clash Ind., who believes in a humane ,hence north on section line 26-20 facilities of .,necessary and
|the school advantageous in carryl
buildings and of
i treatment for drunkards and has plans chains, thence east C.Co, chains, thence said District. j 0ng on a saw milling business, including -
for his has :south 19.25: chains, thence east 5.15; lands :
reformation gathered slatisties ;, I B. and timber and timber
thence south 3.5 chains thence I
chains : ,
rights and
concerning the enormous cost to J. E. CHACE.'I 'I personal property and to II
I east 2.19 chains thence south :3.45: chs. engage in such other (I II
men and their families, as well as to W. T. GARY. business as is
and of I to quarter-quarter section line thence 'I Trustees Ocala ;not inconsistent with the general !I
the community country the abnormal Special Tax School I pur- '
I west 11.91 chains to point of beginning pose of this organization in'I
tites of the clan.I District. 222StADMINISTRATOR'S :! and not
apl thirsty and also FOUR SAILINGS
excepting tract commencing I !violation of the laws of the State of EACHVEEK
In New York it is estimated that
at a point 57.95; chains west of 1! Florida and the United States. I
j i oou.OGU a day is sent gurgling down $1.-1 northeast corner of Alvarez Grant in NOTICE OF i i III. BETWEEN:
i throats of nip-takers and the most extensive !township 15 south range :22: east, SETTLEMENT AND DIS-
drinkers. What the saloon habit thence north 5S0 feet thence west :SOU I' CHARGE. | The amount of capital stock authorized
1 I is the sum of Thirty Thousand Jacksonville: and New'ork.}
means to the individual who takes feet, thence south :SOO; + feet, thence Dollars :.
five drinks a day and smokes five ci- I east 200 feet, thence south :2Su! feet Norjce is hereby given that on the three which will be divided into
to Silver Springs hard roan, thence 8th day of May, A. D., 1907. I hundred shares of the par value -
gars-to the man we will say, who of One Hundred Dollars
I east loO feet to point of beginning; the undersigned will present his and will (each Calling;: at Charleston, S. C., both ways,
spends $1 a day on himself in this be paid in by
final accounts and vouchers a
to conveyance
t said lands situate, lying and being in THS mrSST S72AU3HIPS
to the K IBS HiSTOSX
way-is clearly andom'ineingly setout Marion county, Florida. Bell county judge Marion county, corporation by H. Anderson. SZITCX.

in the: following table, which shows Said lands belonging to the estateof Florida at his office at Ocala, and las[ Trustee of certain lands timber,

how a man could spend the booze and I the said R. Y. Lanier and E. V. make final settlement and apply for timber rights saw mill and outfit, CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND
I milling outfit, and SOUTHERN I NES
I final discharge as administrator of personal property
make money to better advantage to Lanier, deceased, to be sold for the
estate of J. Porter deceased. used in connection with and in the
Smith I
himself and family if he chose to doso. best interest of said minor heirs. of operation FREIGHT SERVICE BKTWKKX
November 2, 1906. a saw mill the just valuation
This 2th day February, 1907.
M. \\'. T. N. SMITH, of which is hereby fixed by the Jacksonville, Boston and Providence,
Ht-re Is what he could buy for what As Administrator of the Estate of J. incorporators at the sum of Thirty and all Eastern Points.
he "',lows in:" 3 29-5t: Guardian. Thousand Dollars.
Porter Smith, deceased. 11-2-Gm:! Cillinj at Charlhto. Both tl'y..

'"" suits of clothes . .. .$40.00 PORT INGLIS TERMINAL COM NOTICE.As I The term for which this corporationshall SEMI II K K K L Y S A I I, I XU" .

shirts . . . .. 4.M PANY.A I exist is twent '-fi\"e years.V. .

4 pairs of pocks . .. .. .. 1.00 special meeting of the stockholders per the requirements of the con I Northbound... . . . . Prom foot From Catharine UWit.&Whaff 1.. Jatwe.nTrta& 6a .
4 suits of underclothing .. 4.00 of the Port Inglis Terminal stitution of Florida, notice is hereby The business of the company shall

2: pairs of shoes . .. .. ';.01) Company will be held at the office of given that the board of county commissioners be conducted by a Board of three directors Clyde St. Johns River Line.
of :Marion a President
Florida vice
2 hats . .. . . .. 5. will to the next General Manager, and
apply ensuing legislature Secre
I cravats . . . .. 1.50 Wednesday, April 3rd, 1907. I tary and Treasurer a
of Florida for special legislation and the businessof Between Jacksonville and Sanford
at 12 o'clock, noon, for the purpose I
FOR WIF'Idresses. :
to legalize and validate all war the company will be conducted f by
:: . . .. .3 3L'nderelnthing. ) namely voting :on the following proposition I rants issued by the board of county Robert J. Knight! President : J. G. S:7rrt=: 2i' FiUvia: Ait::, Stmiari I t..u! i u i 1: rz

. . .. 10.00 To increase the capital stock of the commissioners of Marion county Florida Culpepper Vice-President( and General L thfit ca St. Jcbas S1nl. .

:2 pairs shoes . . . 6.00 for work and materials in constructing Manager, and William C. Knight
said companyfrom $1,000.000 to $2-:
-- --
2 hats . . . . . 8.00 000000.. the courthouse at Ocala, Secretary and Treasurer until South.BoundSCHEDULt-- H.rtit-if

4 pairs of stockings .. 1.50 Rockwell Florida February 19.1 I Florida, for county purposes. I' be elected at the first election thost'I I Read down. Rud

1 dozen handkerchiefs . . 2.50 1907. John 1. Edwards, Chairman. qualified : the officers of this up.
I pany shall be elected at a Leave 3-30 p. ra. . ..Jaf'Uo."u.tihai. -
J. Mathews meeting : I Mal ,
Ribbon etc, . . . 4.00 HUGH D. AUCHINCLOSS. to be
N. A. Fort, I held at the offices of the Company Leave 8 45 . . I'atatk
FOR SON- RALPH BARKER. President. on the first poa. .. .Elere, +e 9 +.. p. ..
C. W. Turner : Tuesday in January Leave 3 00 a.m. . . . Artor .
Suit t.f clothes hat shoes, socks Secretary. 2-22:! of each ) . .1AurPr $ it a.
S. R. Pyles Commissioners. i
and underwear . . .$30.00FDR STANDARD & FERNANDO RAILROAD .I 3-15 ii iI i 'ear.'I.. . . ..lnasenl i W.a". . 1 Mt p. ..

DAUGHTER ( COMPANY. I The highest amount of indebtednessor Arrive S SO a. m . .illfeni . . ..... M a i iI III.

0 dresses underclothes, stockings I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I liability to which the corporationcan Arrive 90 a. m. . ; .Hatm-pri.. . . .ice
hat shoes, gloves ribbon etc.. .$20.00 I at any time subject itself is the
A special meeting of the stockholders -
1 sum Thirty
FOR GROCERIES | of the Standard & Hernando Rail- Department of the Interior. Land Office Thousand Dollars '

1 barrel Hour . . . .$ 5.50it' !road Company will be held at the office 1 at Gainesville Florida, Feb. I i The VI. Passenger and Ticket Ofe, lit-Wet-Beer St.,; 1tiu-jI pj,

iunds crackers . .. .00 4, 1907. !! names and residences of the .
: : of the Company in Rockwell --- -- -- -- -'
and the
coffee . .. ;. 5.00+ Florida, Wednesday ', the I 1 I: stock subscribed by amount each of subscriber capital F. M. IRONMONGER. JR., A. G. P. A.. J4.fc*....,...., Fie
granulated sugar .50 I 3rd day of April, 1907, Notice is hereby given that Mary'| is
a Calhoun. widow of Dred H. Calhoun as follows: JOHN PENDREL. T. P. A., A. C. HAtERTY, C. E. F. A,
:-T.: pounds breakfast bacon ? 3.75 rat 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of j J i Robert J. Knight.
the i iI deceased, of :Martel Fla.. has filed no- : Tampa Florida, JttkwnvMk. Fta. pf M N. R. N.
I sad cornmeal . . 1.00 I'voting on following proposition: 25ft shares. I w Yet3i ,
To increase the Capital Stock ofj I Ii tice of her intention to make final 0. H. TAYLOR, Paw Traffic M-gr. c. C. BROWN. S......
PM, .
u'ann. d fruit . . .. .. 10.OuI1unt.y I' : William C. Knight Crystal Ri\'t'r.1 .-.
said Company from $2u iimii, to $5'; )0- !five year proof in support of her claim
i Florida 40.. shares. 399 Bw.y, New y.,..
and molasses .. .. 5.00 !!000. viz: Homestead entry No. 29,434; made I!
4 So 1 pounds sugar cured ham 7.50 I To amend the charter provision limo December 19 1S99, for the east half Florida J. G. lo Culpepper.shares. Silver Springs L D. JONES, T. F. A. L S. SCROBLE. C. A.

J" ::."> pounds leaf lard . . S.Ou ,iting the amount of indebtedness or of northeast quarter section 30. township 1 I Witness Jacksonville, Fla. Leesbg.' FI,.

f Id pounds cheese . . 2.00 j!liability to which the said Corporation 13; south range 21 east and that j! the Sth day our of hands March and seals this W. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE. G. F A.

Incidentals, medicines, etc.. for small subject itself by increasing !said proof will be made before Clerk : ROBERT J. KNIGHT 1907. !\ Jacksonville. Fla. per 36 N. R.. New V..
such from .000 to $;S00) ,- Circuit Court, at Ocala, Fla., on I
amount $15
family (one year) . . 20.00: WILLIAM C. KNIGHT Iseah i I C. P. LOVELL. Agent. Jacksonville. Fl*
April 5, 1907. j i ?
000 and.
To amend the charter provision limitinb She names the following witnesses |:
Theater tickets and knickknacks $30.00 I 'i ._
her continuous residence -- ---- -
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the number of Directors of said j to prove I -- --- -
Expenses' for ten days' outing Company to 5 by increasing the same i upon and cultivation of the land viz: StatQ of Florida. j I

,to 7. Elijah Collins, of MartelFla..1.. J.I i County of Marion I j

ineluding I I Rockwell Florida February 10th.!! Mobley, of Martel, Fla.: Henry Williams i Personally appeared before me. the l .I 1.I. >/ //.' f 'it in'/o \ N /' niu\ i 1till 1111

, family . . .. .. S3.25; ,1907.. : of Martel. Fla.; Will Marion, j i undersigned authority. Robert .1.! -'
i JOHN L. INGLIS of Martel, Fla. Knight and J. G. Culpepper. to m-

1 Totsil 1 . .. . .. .$::&;).00 i RALPH BARKER President. HENRY S. CHUBB. well known to be the individual .it.-i .
2-22 2-22* Register. scribed in and who signed amix.'t i
.Total- cost 5 drinks and 5 cigars I Secretary. ._ii j,I uted the foregoing proposed chari.. OURCLUBLIST

l>er. day for 1 year .$365.00:: i.rht' ( NOTICE.Of NOTICE. :and each acknowledged the execution'
additional thrown i ,thereof for the -1 I
r money away I uses and \piirp<'M'
,.; by the drinker in a f wears, togeth-I Application for Tax Deed Under therein set forth and expressed l
Notice Application for Tax Deed I 'I
er with the loss of time occasioned if I! Section S of Chapter HS?. Lawsof Given under my hand and sea! ofi
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4gS8, office this 8th
i day of Maich. I'.MI;
t.: ciiiiiiuted for a' pretty, would good be suburban suttteient pay I I Florida. Laws of Florida. j I II II I My: commission expires 7th day of'| I I//. III 1.a tit//'//o\ > /" n) I /
is that \V. W. August 1907. :' ...
I Notice hereby given j
Mayor Murphy says that statistics \-.n:" r; ., .
\'t Clyatt, purchaser of tax certificate Notice is hereby given that LukeiKirklan i! (seal.I
show that about one tenth of one perj I I I ;
J. No! 9S2, dated June 1, 1903, and Nos. : purchaser of tax certificatesNos. : II. M. HAMPTON
. ct'llt. of the oral population of thesventged }223S:! : and 2323: dated the 6th day of : 417, 421. 420 and 422. dated the ; Notary Public State of Florida. j iI

sized town are constantly :August, A. D.. 19'tO' has filed said certificates first day of July, A. D., 1901, has filed I I
being maintained in the jails at public : in my office and has made :said certificates my office and has : State of Florida 9 WEEKLY.
expense because of drunkenness. In application! for tax deed to issue in ,I : County of Citrus.Personally .
made application for tax deed to issue :
a town of 10,000 population this, accordance with law. Said certifi appeared before u'r, the
\\ould mean that each day ten people1!cates embrace the following described in accordance with law. Said certificates -;i undersigned authority WILLIAMC. : m J : 4II'In:I::I, J.\" it.\ N\ IIC' ai 'n* )M'Mt
!' situated in :Marion county i embrace the following described KNIGHT, to me well known to b.
be' property .
result of intoxication would
i as a c g \\.kl JackttPnvillr Tint 1'ni tIt
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y vmri
situated in Marion of
property the
! iIIIIUI in jail. i' Florida, to-wit: I j one parties described in and!
South half of lot 25. S. & D. ad. county.i i Florida to-wit: Lot 4, blockS who executed the foregoing proposed! ,, '\
The cost of keeping such prisoners I ': m( i : nr.LAVKIKLY n.\ XJ.K sat Tk Thrall'
|and CO feet north and south by Sf lots 1. 2, :3, 4, 5 of block 12 lots charter: and acknowledged the execution :

at the average estimate, taking into :feet east and west in southeast corner 2, 3.t and 7, block 13, all in Benedict'' of the same for the uses andM; r kI .- \\'.-.'k; NVw York; \\'
\ 0 insult-ration feeding, attendance, sur.illalh't' !' lot 4, block 2G, N. S. S. and 46 !Heights, in township 13. south, range .,:poses therein set forth and expr---
.' \... etc.. is 75 cents per day or feet east and west on east side lot 3, 21 east. ,ed. i' III I : ni '.\LA WKKKLY I5AXNKK rill TWtlaiita ...-I.!

$::!.73:,.(in per year. The average earn- j Rcardon's Middletown lots all in city 'I' Given under ntv hand and seal I '>; !
inn capacity of such prisoners will ;;)of Ocala Fla. I- The said land being assessed at the office this 8th daof March, 1907.My ) \ ( 'iu titutloll
i'j'ifttunt to about $:! jjer day by taking : The said land being assessed at the "I date of the issuance of such certificates ; commission expires loth <1aoi ; TNiil" I: OI-ALA) \ 'Iml.II.XXEIC.[ HJ! TVSi'iiiitt'wkljr "I".
in the of J. H. Crosby,
June 1909.
?Ito 'i date of the issuance of such certificates ,
onsideration all classes of them. qt
; a''! in the name of C. C. Hicks |:Mrs. H. C. Bolton and parties un- (seal) N. BARCO. c .I m rim I, OIK Yrr>nri . . f i ;., .
Hi'iiif ten persons per day means B. II. Hodges and unknown. Unless !'known. Unless said certificates shall Notary Public State of Florida:
In.-- to the industrial activity of a ;i' said certificates shall be redeemed be redeemed according to law. tax t41. '; i i i is: oi'ALA' :(;Kr.\' HAN NEK awl TWmuiuT C......,

'immunity of f20 or $7.330 per year. !I according to law tax deed will issue deed will issue thereon on the 23rd NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY V'.S (4r.. J. Itr van's r.|*tri MM ,rner. .X11 'ri ,
YVhtne add the average cost of :thereon on the 9th day of April, A. day of April. A. D.. 1907. FOR LETTERS PATENT. '

maintance of convicted drunkards J I D., 1907. Witness my official signature and i:q} TilTI l : OCALA \\'Im"IIXXI;IC Mid Tl* Ttek4*
and th<- annual loss from their enforced I Witness my official signature and VOICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; that
'f idleness we get a grand total of seal this the 7th day of March A. D., I seal this the 20th day of March, A. D.. on the ICth daof April. 19i;. the t1" !5jnle| tll'eekiyl I iuw .'ear . . . $1! iJ

. $l .u3.30 loss each i 1907. ;1907.seal undersigned will apply to the Hon \I
\ as an average :| (seal S. T. SISTRUNK, ) S. T. SISTRU NK. jorable N. B. Broward. Governor uf E: OCALA) WEEKLY: TiAX.NKK .ft4 Thtiali s..".
to community of 10.000 inhabi-
year a !Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County, 'of the State of Florida Tallahassee <
tants as the result of alcoholism. This ( 3-S at t1; !: Wcrkhfvs! HIH' '"ir, . . f I 7d
| Florida. Florida. 3.22 Florida, for letters patent upon t lIt
proi>ortion which the cost of drunkenness -
foregoing proposed charter
hears to the population is pretty NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR This 13th day of March, 19'i7. z zr
) constant no matter how large or small LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S ROBERT. J. KNIGhT d

the i ommunity. LAND. LAND. I WILLIAM C. KNIGHT.((

W t. should also remember that the I ::3-15 J. G. (TLUPEPPER. .
Noaice is hereby given that on the is hereby given that the ,
Notice on
:1.1.10figures do not include the cost : THE( UCALA DAILY HANNEU: a&4 TVlannah I.o1y t&'
!17th day of April. A. D.. 1907, I will 1st day of April, A. D. 1907 I will ap lit
of carrying out and enforcing the laws apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, ply to Honorable Joseph Bell, County M News' one 7'ter.-I':

d for restricting intoxication, nor the additional county I judge in and for Marion :(Judge: in and for Marion county. State NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION fll THE OCA LA DAILY HAN NEK a..*l Tit 1)alily1j +
cost to the different departments i county, state of Florida at his office of Florida, at his office in Ocala, in '

( of charities as a result of the in Ocala in said county, for an ',said county, for an order authorizing Department of the Interior: I.and Of .Jad tll1\'illt. TiIlU"-lliuR, utw yiwr . He,0: 1 1V'I

arrest and conUction of heads of fam- (order authorizing me, as guardian of me. as guardian of the minors. Ernes i fice at Gainesville. Florida. Feb .
ilies. In many instances the drunk- the minor. Wm. Preston Holly, to sell tine Brooks and Nannie Brooks, to sell i I i 4. 1907. THE OCALA[ I DAILY HANNEK: awl l TU- IMiIt.

ard ithe father of the family and at private sale the following described at private sale the following property 1 fri lauta Juurnalore sear |...W
property belonging to said minor belonging to minors to-wit: The N. i Notice: is hereby given that Douglass ,I
the principal \sag.?-earner. Oftenwhen i to-wit: South half of lot 4 of block 3S 1-2 of Lot 57 and Lots 5S. 59 and CO Gillard, of Blitchton. Fla.. has ; J,14 Journal ( including; Sunday ) one 'f'tr. .flO.04

t, 'he gets into the toils of the law ,Old Survey of Ocala, Marion county in town of Martel. filed notice of his intention to make i THE: OCALA DAILY IHNNEK anti Atlanta Daily
hiatamily Is left destitute and the re- Florida. Said land belonging to the said minor -'final five year proof in support of his i ,00

\ t airing members become publicJfftarse Said land belonging to the said Wm. children to be sold for the best .claim viz: Homestead entry No. 29.- i ,

;: .-New York: American. Preston Holly to be sold for the best interest of said minors. i913. made April :27.!. 1900 for the southeast -

interest of said minor. This the 28 day of February, 1907. quarter of southwest quarter.
< Cause of Stomach Troubles. This 7th day of March, 1907. JOHN H. BROOKS section 12.:! township 14 south range j! .I\\U. ,Sf -IWKIPTIOW* r.IVHLl / V l/t I 11 f II

ALEX HOLLY, 3.1; Guardian. ;19 east and that said proof will, be I
S-S-5t Guardian. made before Clerk Circuit Court at .
When a man has trouble with his I' NOTICE. i Ocala., Fla., on Address All Orders to

stomach you may know that he is eating i TAX PAYER'S-NOTICE.I April 5, 1907.

more than he should or of some ,, I The Central National Bank, of :. He names the following witnessesto THE OCALA BANNER
1 :' rticle of food or drink not suited to I The state and county tax books Ocala, located at Ocala in the State prove his continuous residence ,

his age or occupation, or that his ,for 1906 will close on March 30 t and of Florida is closing its affairs. All upon, and cultivation of the land. viz. \
powels are habitually constipated. will remain closed during the monthof ,note holders and other creditors of Enoch. James of Blitchton. Fla.: Jer- OCAI.A, FLORIDA.

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver April to enable me to make up the ;,the association are therefore hereby don Hall of Blitchton. Fla : Grant I _
''Tablets to regulate the bowels and delinquent tax list. as the law re- 1 J notified to present the notes and oth- Morton of Blitchton Fla.-: Frank Pool! I -

improve the digestion and see if the quires. ier claims for payment. of Blitchton. Fla. 1 Ii / >f list "Hll'TIOMiUV till !. /Y .11 1\' i

trouble does not disappear. Ask for E. L. CAR EY. i I T. T. )lF ROE.I HENRY S. CHUBB. I I

free sample.: Sold by all druggists i I; :3-S Tax Collector. I 2-22-St President. :2-22! Register

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