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 19, 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 IDelicious

1 *4 MUNROE & CHAMBLISS, t: A pretty pring-wedding was that of MENT.

..1 .Mrs. Louise Ragsdale Stewart and Dr. From Friday mornings Dail)'. '

1 1 .. i Guy D. Ayer which took place at high At the armory last night the entertainment ,

!'noon today in the pretty little Baptist given by Mrs. Handley's mu- J

i 'f I church in Decatur, in the presence of a sic class assisted by Quite a number

BANKERS f i'large assemblage of interested friends of other children of the city was quitea

I am* relatives. i pleasant success. The entertainment

4- -- .. The briilo was unattended t-xlo"lJt by was given for the benefit of the Cath-

.. her uncl.Mr.. B. H. Peal ...i \u.-tt'lI.I J Jwh' I olis t hurch and it was witnessed by a

.' 0 > cave her away and the groom'sbf f good sized audience.

CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION *: t man was his partner. Dr. MarionT. I Father Bottolascio made a very appropriate Hot Biscuit

.0. ( Benson Dr. Harry Nunnally and introductory remarks and

.* i. Mr. Louis Ramspeck were the ushers, 'asked the indulgence of the audit-ru"<,

0'I Ite\ J. Ellis Sammons of Brunswick 'for the efforts of the children as it w.t-

,J I OCALA, FLORIDA, .;?!,!Imntd J the ceremony, Using the ring|:their fiat appearance and thanked!

i. er.'in. those present for their attendance. MADE WITHROYAL

4 d''hea...OOaoa e @oav4..Z.fii6o c aboa."ss 4tf9. The church marl> an anettivefor .ning I Mrs. Ilandley is a very talented aii'l}

4 -- r. the wedding party with its dt-f.ora-I cultured woman and she devoted: a
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lions of palms and eastr lilies, banked I great portion of time to the trainingof f
1 I r LOCAL AND PERSONAL.I Mr. John Dozier formerly the Sea- t BAKING
about the base of the pulpit and at j j those taking part in the entertain
1 :board agent in this city has gone to
the foot of the wide aisles.; Miss; ('ar-!I ment. Her class violinists and man-
: North Carolina to be gone several '
' 1 \Mrs. R. L. Martin of Weir Park oline Westmoreland played Lohengrin's'!dolin players furnished music and the
I months. POWDERt
was shopping in Ocala Monday between 'wedding march as a processional. and :tableaux were extremely lovely, the
j trains. I during the ceremony gave th-: bridal''costumes all being very pretty and ap-
Mrs. James McCollum, of Gainesville j chorus. !propriate.The .
J is on a visit to her sister Mrs '
'i The bride was lovely in her wedding I following is the programme of the health-
j Mrs. J. G. Lege came up Monday James Knight, and will remain in the Ii are most appetizing,
gown of tan voile, hand-embroidered I the evening's entertainment in full:
from Lake Weir to spend a few days city for a week or Mrs. 1IcC
I i in little French dots, shading from pale I MUSIC.Overture. ful and nutritious of foods
in Ocala. I Hum has been in Ocala several" times
1 c I I blue to paquin. Th."t'sts and deep .
and has many friends here who always -
are !
I :cuffs finishing the thr '-Iluart..r Tableau 1st-(' lumbia, !i

j J J'Jrs.lIan' Rodgers and little daugh-j delighted to welcome her again. j I sleeves were of pale blue chiffon \"el-I j . . Miss Netty Pooser>

.1 1 ter, of Inverness, spent Monday shopping I !vet trimmed with ecru honiton lace. !Violin Solo.-Geo. MacKay. i j Much depends upon the Baking Powder r

i in Ocala. Mrs S. Y. Haile and three children, !'!Her hat of Panama straw had its high I!Angel's Serenade.-Geo. )'IacI ay.

1'i of Lake City, will join Mr. Haile in j crown circled with pink roses and :Tableau 2nd.-The AngeL

Mrs. Edward L. McIntosh went I Ocala in about two weeks, as soon as i knots of blue ribbon. Cream incline I Miss Daisy Handley, (with Heavenly

.1 down to Clearwater Monday afternon he can find a suitable residence for I finished the inner brim and fell against t spirits.) :| 1

] -J to *-pt:nd a few days with her brothers..I them. Mr. Haile is the new Seaboard | the dark hair. Hi'r flo\\.'rs w, rrjwhite !Waltz tWhit.Lily..) Orchestra.Souihtrn RCVAL BAKING POWDER CO.. hEW ;OAI(.

r I agent in this city. roses and wansonia ti.'<1 .xithj Bells Orchestra.. '! -- ----- -- -
Sheriff Henry Gordon, of Marion j white tulle.Immediately. Taoliau ,lrd.-Group ..f Girls. I i '

; county, was among the officials '\is-I Mr. Jake II after ih. ,'.I..M 1.11\. t1I !" oberonNt mandolin class with oio- I -- --
Staten clever Ii
a young I I A Card of Thanks. i THE MOST WONDERFUL
the Hillsboro Saturday- wedding am' I DOLL'SHOUSE
iting at of Valdsta I party !
man Ga., has arrived in i
; Tribune. i Ui.'v I! Mrs. Handley) wishes to tender her EVER BUILT.
pa Ocala and has accepted a position as I ---
I :' ery sincere; thanks to those who so -
salesman at the Variety Store. Mr.
i i Perhaps you would like to
1 Mr. John [lurlio. who is now working Staten is an experienced salesman and \1 willingly and efficiently supported her ,

'J i I at Columbia, S. C.. is in Ocala on a comes to Ocala very highly recom!, il n the entertainment given on Thursday about the most wonderful duH' lulus.-

visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs J. G. mended.Dr. I that was ever built and which 1" n-m a
] last. Special mention should havebeen
;1 1 Spurlin. preserved in the Mu eum of rtrtttn,
< __ I : made of several whose names
and Mrs. Guy D. Aver, of Atlanta : I II The house in that of a Itli..1",
1 with r ; \ere omitted, solely for want of time
( Mr. Roland formerly
Ga., whose wedding was a beau i and everywhere JOJ evidence of th ,
the Steam Laundry in this city, has tiful event at Decatur, Ga., at noon ojI m, her part.
rich and tasteful contort of the hot] ,'
recently been appointed postmaster at Wednesday, arrived in Ocala Friday I r rr.liss: Settle POS, who at the
I"annasoff kee. I life of that day. Here you mao
afternoon for visit with Dr.
a Ayer'sparents :I da i ii'-t moment supplied the place of an-
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer. I I the Dutch men and women of the seventecth
> "th.-r grateful recognition and thanks
".Ir. J. t'. B. Koonce, of Sumterville.nt .
I Mrs. Ayer is a beautiful and attractive "
I .i.iv offered. She deserved the ap- century in their covturue-
In Ocala with his wife !
.. f .Sunday young woman and the many i L 1e I II which she received. To Mr. and as they then lived and M ,very
; and son at the home of Mrs. Koonce'smothfr I Il friends Dr. Ayer already has in this s :
Mrs. Frances Howse. I I I II )Berry, who came from Jacksonville, room in the house is given, from kitchen '
'city will be delighted to make the acquaintance Il

'" of his charming :. v o assist, and supp ied music when re- to garret the white social I order of

*'i Rt'am J. White, of McIntosh !I miretl, many thanks are due, the the home is portrayed.In

aftert Mr. W. II. Kendrick nephew of the nly, pity was that he could not have the drawing room are pte.J the

. Ji' *-' will conduit a meeting. late Dr. Robert Kendrick of this county 'It>.-t-ti asked to play oftener but the I stuffed Lilliputians in all the tuttural

and Capt W. II. Kendrick of Jacksonville -
loiand confusion were so great owns ness of life.:' Her* eterything--the
) of thecurnney was a visitor to our city !
James II. Eckles, comptroller
Mr. Kendrick is I tI tn want of space, that Mrs. Iland- carved ivory gUibe on the mantU-plece,
I Thursday. : a successful -
under President ('It.\'t-Iand. I
contractor, having built the Hills- S i t-y feared to hetht'r audience wait- the chandelier, the tables, th* hairs
of heart failure at
very i il rig U." long at a time.
his home in Chicago Sunday morning. borough county courthouse and manyof I and their octnant", is don to scale.And
,1 To
Miss Lillie Mae-
He Bailey, George
the best buildings in Tampa.
this is not all. The
1 Minted t-eiK
iay and Charlie Fishel, who assistedilr
is now in charge of Mr. Flagler'.s terminal -
,; JudgeV.. tf. Bullock, acC'Ompani work at Key West and is here :A Handley with music, hearty ir.tjs which were Ihe passion of the
States R \V. Da'iH'nt .
by Attorney '
t hanks are given. time, are perfectly wonderful In
contracting for rock thousands their
as many .. .
down to Brooksville Monday afternoon \ :....
Thanks due Mr.
Hunter who
of tons of it will be needed in its are to I Istr.mgtr minature execution. Th bewiggril
to held the spring term of the circuiturt. 4 )
a, among us, lent willingly
construction. and b' fiounc.-d
\ notables are finished to
his electric lights thus saving ex-
; t the nicest detail of th lr toilet with
pease 1 1Id as Lawton Bailey and Gorge I\
J "Messrs. C. L. Bittinger, M. M. Little \ absolute perfection.Othtr .
I : MRS. HELVENSTON lac Kay put in the lights. Th" !latter,
and Edd Jeffords went to sit. IVte parts of the mansion show\ us
a.ssisted. by the mtJiiibens of the class,
: lid. the work of experienced hands infixing
of the Grand Lodge of the Oddfellows From Friday mornings Daily. grand old Dutch tireplai surrounded
( T. Ht lwn.ton :Miss Lulu and decorating the hall. I
Mrs.; E or I by the
tr in that city. implements of her art-nil dune
i.f' To King Cole, alias Peter McIntosh,
of the
Gary, as she was then, was one 11 j'JSt as wonderfully to scale! as the
... members of the ladies' rs. Handley tenders thanks. Curtis'rom
Mr. T. J. McLean, of Conant, Mr. T. original young I rest and came of th in artliUrt'ms
I since W. V. Xewsom, Will Crom, John'hazal
club and the
Candler Mr. John T. card ever organization I a ; in brass work that have .hed forever
E. Pritchrtt, of pt-n

Lewis, of Moss Bluff, Dr. C. W. Lind- of this popular social club the II I I SSe. GRANDSON.'c I! ious costumes and Wylie looked Durford as fine in their as va-\\ off the .fare of the earth in their
meetings with her have been very enjoyable -
natural size.
ner, of Anthony, and Mr. Robert Mun- I ( 'em.Warning.

roe of Pine, were some of the out of ones. THE EDITOR AND HIS LITTLE i must be given to all who There is the room where the firmly
of the
town visitors Ocala Monday. Quite largest washing was performed, and wheI'. n.
to 1 _._ ,
t ook part, lest they be unduly
this the with her ---
club season was one
wrung out the linen and pr
afternoon, there being six : a their success for poor little Mary
The big Aripeka saw mill at Fivay yesterday I guests took autoiiioiti'i'! "< t.. tl.t i Ill "Vojt..if the Woodsiolin solo) ::1;landley has the swelled head so bad pared for the fine ironing.

near Brooksville. was destroyed: by tables: of progressive whist. There where they wore ..nifrt.i.if:! d i ..t ',.t.h- j . o. . ,Charley Fishel And how shall" I describe the nu.
tables the and ( i t hat Dr. Powers declares it to be the
fire Friday. The immense amount of were parlor fast I by Dr. an.11'*. :Marion T. B. 11- Tableau 4th,-Plenty, Miss Annie Blair try? You must imagine it for y..,,1
To all those who helped so
lumber was also destroyed, the loss be- three in the dining room and besidesthe i json at their handsori h' >non| Woodrow. '"dumps.willingly Mrs. Ilandley thanks :them selwith its minature repre-' ,0 .
dub members Mrs. Hel- ;
ing estimated at nearly $100.000. The present II I mont avenue. j "Stars and Stupes," orchestra.) tions of child life.
t sincerely.The
insurance was $37,000. The mill will venston's guests were Miss Mary Pi- I Mrs. Benson. herself a bridei only j Tableau 5th,-Liberty, Reggie Mac- j ery dancers did their parts so well The garden is another triumpi!, >r
Miss Pauhne Sullivan, Miss Edna
att months, charming! hostess MacKay. ,presentation with tin shrubs in
few was a 1"3
.. be rt built as soon as possible. a 't to
.; C. E. ]hat they will be called on re
Arthur Mrs.
Xelsson. Mrs. Cobb I wearing a princess sown of pale LuUabl '. by 2nd class violin class. i: 'and its wonderful flowers.At .
W. Davis. Mrs. Edward tl he dance on a future occasion..mono
..:( Dr. R. V. .\tki son went out to Abson, Mrs D. Mrs. F. (gray voile trimmed with duny lace in Ii IiI Tableau 6th.-Sleeping Beauty, Miss j j. t those who attracted tj for the bedroom of the lady of
Nelson and
Shady Monday afternoon in Mr. E. Bolder Mrs. E. K. I the same shade. Agnes Burford. I i"were Miss DorothY Schreiber. } : the house:, the wonder of it te that tha

P. Rentz's: automobile. Mr. At- T. Sohreiber. 1! Twenty guests were entertained at i Violin Solo selection from Faust, Miss i'anny Sage and Miss Josie Bullock.The .ever thought it worth while to get up

r ki.sson preached a splendid sermon The games were most interestingand !the breakfast, which was served buffet. I Lillie Baily. < Alice Cockran, in the April Cm i,'
Gondola King was a beauty sure
exciting, the honors being won by with its white wood- Vocal solo "Santa Lucia Miss Botto- !.
settlement ,
.' and the citizens of the Shady The dining room felt of
ut Mrs. Handley a pang regret
,,' were Very much delighted with Mrs. Abson and Miss Jewett white the work and mahogany furnishings was II lascio. I It!hat her dear little pupil Tinker Xewom Picnic Postponed.We .
former winning an exquisite !! are requested to state that t' *
it. darkened and lighted with dozens of Tableau 7th.-King and Queen Reggie
'9 j[ was unable to attend.To .
fan and the latter a beautiful drawn I pink shaded candles. The round table I MacKay and Mary Handley. j I j Mr. and 1Irs.Iongtre., sufficient I.picnic which was to have been held

work buffet scarf. !almost smothered with eluny lace, had Two-Step, (Grand Avenue) orchestra, i at Fort McCoy oh the :20th hall been
Mr. R. E. Yonge, jr., spent and cake fP! raise and thanks cannot be given for
Mr. and Strawberry cream was in its center a huge crystal basket PART TWO.Music -I postponed until Saturday, Apnl -7
his ,
Ocala with parents i the excellent manner in which the r
served after the games.A Enchantress tarnations in distance. !! Preparations are Iera made to cnttrtaic -
Mrs. R. E. Yonge sr. lIe returned to !filled with If resbraents were arranged and for I t

Jacksonville Monday afternoon accompanied Nice Compliment. !and surrounding it were colonial can- )March .Pontificale-Proces.sion of Flow- It;heir generous gift of cake. The donrs a Lig fii>wdBIGGEST.. '
idlestkks covered Girls. ---- -- ---- -- -- -
Mrs. CharlesK. holding white tapers ] er
by his sister R. C. Williams t Co.. the o of cakes and lemons must have
who will spend a short while Messrs. iwith pink silverfringed shades. The''French Song, "Jenne d'Arc" Gonoud I satisfied how their giftswere ; .......
Sage New Ycrk handlers of been to see .....4.4..4..4 +. .
.. great grocers
cakes and bonbor.s -Mass Bottolascio. '
little heart-shaped
i !
in that city. Scarlet and other brandsof i appreciated. A good amount was
the Royal '.were in the same roseate hue. and the "Onward to ,Battle King Cole with |
in writing !ealized. About 7000. : LINE
of BUekville S. national reputation, [same color motif was repeated in several his Jester, Clowns, 3 Fiddlers, Gui- t
Mr C. II. of their firm
... C.. who is largely interested la the about an in the Woman's Easier !| courses of the delicious menu. tarist.loJinist.. I A Wreck on the Seaboard.! !
Colorado that appeared | A pretty feature was the little souvenir ; "Old King Cole" (vocal solo) Willie
in ,
Cultivation of cantaloupes Banner said I into OFIWAICHESJ
Edition of the Ocala : Sunday night two engines ran
arrived in : slippers: passed just before the: Mclntosh.
South Carolina and ,
L, .It is one of the neatest advertisements each: other in the Seaboard yards and
,bride and groom left. The toes of Violin solo, Florodora, with chorus of
look after his cantaloupe -
! the city Monday to in
} in this immmediate vic- we have seen displayed any i these slippers were decorated with girls. !!most demolished one of the engine.-,.
crop time. It gives us
inity. newspaper! in some" "S. A." and were filled with rice, which Guitar solo, by Lawrence Price. |'I he engine ran into the fire box muh-

great satisfaction. I was showered upon the young couple Buy a Broom by Singers and Dancers !i.
This compliment is a nice one and ng one of the cars to catch on firand ;
.as they left_for their wedding jour- Russian Hymn, with violins and mann.
"'i. Mir Sophie Howard of Graham- gives the Ocala Banner also great dolins ,a good deal of t'xcitementa" thr..- >
'n.-. accompament. { I
He, and her C'O1"inIi s ElizabethThomas satisfaction.The I Dr. Ayer and his bride will be Hitertained Waltz, "Affair d'Amour," by aB the alt. The fire companies re"...'>ndt-d to ,
of Shefliield, Ala., have been 4 y
at a dinnerparty by Mr. and members of the orchestra. the call and the flames were soon exicguished -
, ( the guests of Mrs. Frances Howe for faculty of the Ocala public Music I tJ with the aid of the
Mrs. T. R. Ayer in Macon tonight. and Dance Fandango. fhm1cal I
ral days. They left on Wednesday will a picnic at Silver I
sev: school enjoy
t !tomorrow they will leave for Ocala. ) Serenade of Mandolins.i engine. j FOR

for Dade City, where they will Springs and on the Ocklawaha river Fla.. to spend two weeks. Returning to Polka. Two colored men were in the cab of i
with friends.An I
spend a few days today. Atlanta, they will be at home at 20 Trio,' 'Frere Antone." 't he train and were very badly hurt ,

explosion occurred on the Mrs. Hatchell and Miss Hatchell En i':Capitol..Journal.I .Avenue.Wednesday's Atlanta', Comic Carno\ale Recitation, (Rossini., Miss) Ruth Boney. !!II They lospital are where now at they the Marion are receiving County !! l LADIES( !AND GENTLEMAN( ( !

; dredge boat George Allen, at Key Westa tertain. After the: program had been concluded 'medical attention.It .

it day or two ago, which resulted in Mrs. M. H. Hatchell and her: daughter i delightful refreshments were is thought that one of the men INF
.... I Why stir up race prejudice in Florida
and the injury Hatchell. have issued:
the death of two Spaniards Miss Grace served without extra cost and the evening rill die.

of a number of others. This itationc to a large party which ? The negro is a good laborer, when was quite a success.

e dredge was engaged in the construction they will give on Friday afternoon, at (he works: and it is not a paying proposition I Mr. L. W. Sheridan, a resident of

: work of the East Coast exttn- half past three o'clock, at the OcalaIlou'e. to get him excited over any The gift of twenty thousand dollars I,Ocala about fifteen years ago, but now

; y sion.i It was considered t-ne of the Mrs. Hatchell's sister-in-law, matter. We need him in our fields. for the erection and equipment of a'''o if, Jacksonville is spending a few daysn

finest dredges of Us: kind ever built.t Mrs J. B.Hiersof Jacksonville will be mills turpentine ramps:: and other 'gymnasium(i at Agricultural college 'i i: town renewing old acquaintances

was visited and examined by the the guest of honor and the feature of places and the ''problem' is to get lat Lake City Is put down by some of ,and attending to business matters. He

editors during their recent meeting at the afternoon will be progressive dom (him to work. That's all there is to it. \ newspapers of Florida as one ofI totes many changes in Marion's cap- THE JEWELER

fey ,W st, )noes. -Lake City Index. the heinous sins )
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.......................... ..................y..1NN I We are glad to see Mrs. Frank: Pelot I ,
I up and around again.
Messrs. haw and Haines are build-1 :

It i !|i L. J. Brumby By 1 j., ing kitchen to ){r. Earl and S. dining Gardnt>r's room house.addition I

i Doill S at t e State L a nitol I Special respondent.Cor- I most Next popular to the thing talking in machines town is the the)II Now is Oppor. i

0 I' I : i(I chicken has or is hatcheries getting them nearly an every incubator.j onei i i yoir

ojI. ; The talk is (chicken chicken chicken i iI
A I until at times it makes us fret like

f TO ACT ON CONFERENCE COMMITTEE-OTHER BILLS INTRO -4 !i The library asociation is getting ,
'4Spcc DUCED. : busy. Frequent meetings are being t
held, and it is the intention of the leading ;

1.. ..t........................ .... .. | spirits in this worthy cause toertvt Save
.....................v.A.......AA.,....Y"P.AA. I i a building at no distant date.1 tllllit3T T..O
(, Owning one of the finest lots in town, I i
toss Tallahassee April 12.-Again the.i' Senator Adam desired a com :1 and having money in the bank, there j _
unexpected has happened, and the'''! |[pit t? investigation; but thought the I i b no reason: why this town should not i .

IDarlar senate of }.Florida instead, as was confidently ;;rejection ot the second amendment I be graced by a fine library building ,

predicted hy many of refusing i j would show the construction intended:I i iI j"! Mrs Holstead. recently. contributed ,
iri t'lUhs of tn cause.Th.
half -< to recede: from its position in the i I 11 i to be placed on the resolution. i* ,- Mu.onhoM their next meeting : /

matter of the investigation of the ia-j:l|i A running debate was' indulged] I i in1i I ;n\iy.: -' ;, in.-t., when tli-Tf will bv ;
into ternal improvement fund, voted by ani!,|i;for a few minutes" and on roi! call ihejj -."+ii.'tliiiis? doing in the my-nu drd I/10Ile\T/
'I( >!::<- dollars to UHgood I': U.e ,
eena overwhelming majority to concur injl j following voted: 'Uu't i-r.e i iv.-l I lollei'U-d ir':u wri,.tli : '
cusp tbe action of tae house of Wednes-1!i Ayes. Mr. President Senators: Ca-i i IUH i ,

Th ; day, when aftera most brillian par 'nova Beard. Broome, Clark.; Hunpi-1 I' ; ,

.,' liainentary battle, led by Represents-h' '?, and Willi?. NofSenators An- -r 'I ,' l 'i. >> .iA! Banner.i. : I I"t. tl '

o'c tire Calkins, of Nassau, the house >. Alford!, BaK-':'. HiC'!milfi. ("up.t. .:' ::t:... T\, :. 't as sadly'riche; ,} .:
the : >\ .. ..I.. i.. >rri..fT \.I.n.t v.u< heard! ,
reconsidered its with the j Cottrell Crane Crews. Cl ill. Daw.:
concurrence :
| ,| tu! i Mr'ar(''':,tt-r. who iut> !Ik"11 Ui ,
in tilreprc ; second of the senate amendments to Henderson. Hudson JacKbon.! Leuier'McCrfary j': ".:r- .'"v!' t- p.i-t iVu" week.had} lla.1"1 .-.-- .J.

numlthe the resolution providing for the in-jJ j jTestigation. :'lassey.te!. Sams Tranimelt i :tv'j" at J i.'clock.! is R o N-'rI
;h. 4ISaIJpOlintn1en
y.a.eighty year.old and
'. 1, Withers West of the first. Wtt.:; / canie :
>ouUi thi.vMiit<-r in hoj ethat th--i!
after .l'-"' When the message was read from of the fourth, and Zim. > innate would help! her. but tr.triji

: the house, stating that it had reconsidered The motion that the s na'e refus'to and declined to concur: in the j recede was therefore lust. j( had all the care that could b.- gi\','alauy VjJlw JI.Ii.J ,.i.j'1l "
; i ot th r second amendment, authorizing the !! President Harris, ,announcing thaTbe aver with her. both night and:

In G; joint committee to employ stenographers > would 3o{ all he could to facilitatethe 11'0\<1Ht.'r other sister. :Mrs. Daveii- ; ,

teadithe expert accountants, etc., work of the committee at once port, has not been at all uell .-itrK-r.j! 4..4.4...44+ 44.-444.4........+.....+++.......... ,
it was the signal for a hard fought !jj appointed Senators Beard. Buckets but it is hoped. that she will nut get i Y O UWILL :

; f. I anyone. | ___ __. __. i
battle to begin. Senator Beard, of and West, of the first, as the senatemembers The deceased ]leaves t\\II sisters and '

of tll ': the second, author of the senate reso- : of the joint committee but three children to mourn her li>js. Her\; Thf 4 Greatest Bargain! that Ocala hilt t't -r l'il't :

the E rSous lution, which was tabled in the house I Senator Beard arose in his seat and j botij was prepared for shipment by : #

It; and of the second amendment at first as\pd! To be relieved, saying that hedid }It's"rIdvt.'r: & MacKay. and was>I + III nv )here for your t'llO.tSn If flits is* Ii"* i.t i iUar :
'vnt her
away to old hor.-e in :\\1, |tIND I
lets I accepted and then rejcclcd by the I, not ::elieve the committee coal I York on the morning train Sumiay. i .

CartE i' house, which brought the house resolution ,:accoaiplish anything: without t!'.:! !4It will be a sail" :nt'.?ting for her childivn : :,;ain Sal ever lieu M in this town fh"> : :

olutkNo.] ( f almost into line with his first :amendment in question: and tile president I U'llen ut-r o-i iy arrives but may Hj j THINGSJUST: ; o .
< who in ail thing-: coal fort j .
idea, offered a motion that the senate thereupon appointed Senator i t:1I.111: awl oe with them 0 11f'SS. Eve-rt' tllitltis.! 1'f'ttUCeti I.; l i ;; I .

como;. refuse to concede. Senator Beard incorporated Humphries on the committee and I }I}'.-. Kelsey, who has b--r-n girl: :: at I IMr .

TepTE) : in his motion a request for :Senator B hi'iil Vile will he t
t'rnor. soon again.Jti"
committee conference in order to Thi decidedly the! feature of
a was
I L<>rt-r.a Frt-Mim and I !1'.lthl'r,1 1 .A S T H E: Y .f
lam secure a resolution satisfactory to 1 the: day. i Robert anti .- ,.v-r. Etlnl. spent Sunday I !' HV' flUldl' lIrt', II f"f' II, :,.,0( 1"/ :' ,

pass .' hath houses which would incorporatehis In the house: a letter was read from i ( \\iti! thi-ir ,,>u-in-; sad! had, a j t .

noon?" : ideas as to what was necessary Congressman Clark to Rt.'i>rt'?f efl'6.M.,,V Uaie"hu"
; I :Mr: ; al" hr- n 'm'
the > for the accomplishment of the : Dornian. expressing his appreciation *
purpose :
the !hr.this Wck
: slid I>r. .Mister: who I. i
theBestir of the investigation, and argued [ of the resolution of the house in i I i.- -laying: at t:::..' mt"f ir. t). M j :

very earnestly against receding from the: peonage matter condemning Barry : bale! ;> n'le[ so well tM rviek... but i"j I 4+i44434+t..4f 431 344.4 .4:+++.!t..t..t..t....4.4.
i1.p'd alA.iil
Esra'r j: -< >n be well
the second amendment, the principlesof and containing a most bitter denunciation i

tor which have been so much discussed of Wm. R. Hear ". Ilg'il.n. .j
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I I Mr. D. R. Dana th. )I.--t; white Ii --- ,I'
resol pro and con since the first day of The 'V'ter was ordered spread on i nuns in our i.'wn. is getting quite \\eaKJ,I ,

been the present legislative session. He the journal. I!. but it i ihup.n by his friends that he ,
will live ti' enj..y; his aoth .
Cart said that without the second amendment Both houses transacted coniler'i. which will b:: nest Sunday.Jutlgt birthday Our Knife is Mighty Sharp

unan r' the committee would be almost ed: until tomorrowetaoietaoinetaoin',:: L. L. Uopkinand wife en-

resol] powerless, and the investigation mightas 14 1 routine business and adjourned t-rtanu-u Dr. Lir; and wife and Mr.

did well not lie made at all. Only such tomorrow. 'I and Mr.Whitv and Miss Huff on and it Cuts to the
"'', Monday by playing his fine talking Quick !
.J' an investigation, he contended as The following bills were: inrro::c machine f,T them whidlHiS Very i i

agai ", was contemplated by his original resolution ,ed: -I much enjoy"r. iI

truth i- would satisfy the people and i Senate bill 144. bv Mr. Legsett! to Mr. Wa.-hburn. who h'ibren in I
the hfspitul in Ocala to have .T & P. roar Tlnead spool . 4c *
Bible, reciting the charges: that for the past 1 II provide: for incorporation of town of j-erformed for appeiuiietis an operaiion isI : S.tap's.iJi' flavors.! :. :, rake> f+ uLadies' )- . I'l 'ti. j

impeiI" seven years or more have been made ;Greenville, in Madison county. T-nd'Mwaher -! able to hiat home again we are L.UU> yds. Washable Divss < 'roods, per yd 5c Silk
Dot, 1 glad to Jumper Suits . . ; '
against the trustees:: of the internal imj, of rules, bill read second: time stilt
A j :\lr.-. T. K. Slaughter. who has be*>n ]Enameled r Ware, !?5 cent pieces . iOc Shirts
fund, that tOb title the third time in full and 75 kind.
niotnunt argued justice j| > I ill in Ocala. went through on the train cent . . I i
meas them required such an investl () passed by vote of :?9 to I). Tuesday: to Summerfield and will go I ][ 1tlieailor: Hats, White and Black. trio Needles Gold

thor, Without the amendmenthich the ;; Senate bill 145, by Mr. Crane to ex'i from there to her home at Levon. Eye, pair. . . I t 4

eror house had refused, the committee!' tend time for construction of Char- Mr. E. W. White and wife gave a Books[ of Good Authors . . 3c Handkerchiefs 1,2,3. 7 1 ,
pleasant :surprise party for Dr. Rider and . I II .: !
Mara would have Hi tie beyond the tote Harbor and Northern \
> power : railway. and wife last 'hildren's Jauze Vests Lisle Thread. .
; It' evening. The party consisted 7c Men's Half
ida, a.'" .", purchase of paper pens and ink. Senate bill 14ti. by ;Mr. Trammell. of twenty friends of the doc Hose, 7, 0, 11 andLadies' ? I 14; I :

Lolls r Senator Adams argued in reply that ;;, requiring commission merchants ere.. tor's. They met at he home of Mrs.' Ladies Black Para ols. . . . 43cLadies' I..a'e Hose: 9. 17

lensegarticlJ :: he believed) all the senators wanted j tithe '[) make out and mail to consignee ,I and Mrs. Windand enjoyed a social .L.
chat together: :then delicious ice Blat-k Silk Parasols . . 1 29
gress\: investigation to be thorough and certain reports within a certain time'' cream antI cake was served which Faiirv Vests, Men's worth $:.', iiJI|,.. \' !.: 3
of St'Rnigkt complete, and that tie powers granted |! for,< delivery and sale of such produce. j was greatly enjoyed. Silk: Skirts latest styles . . . -J.9SMen's

',' the committee in the amendment;i Senate bill 14';. by Mr. West, of the I The doctor and his wife left for hisnorthern Men's Elastic Seam D ntvprs.:1 unit I :I!..,
Linen Pants $1 and 1.25 kind. :
home yesttrJay. This is tht .
: I jc
adopted and accepted by the houst' first to make tax deed prima facia evi I doctor's
first winter here but he likesit ainch
An"appear :. and of which he was the author the :|droinmittee t'ncl' to title. \ery much. We hoj>e: t
; .. should have ample powers. I| Senate bill 14X. by Mr. Crill. for with us again next winter. We also
nal I .. but if they should find that they needed protection of shad in Florida to home.wish he and hi. wife a pleasant trip Men's, Blue Serge Suits 12 kind . S.65( [ Wash Silk, worth 50 cent* . . "I. <'!",

any fi.leca '. : anything more, they could apply to prescribe close season, etc. ZL'-ZU. Ladies Long Gloves, silk. . .. .. . 7 >fCLadies' > Pearl Burtons, per dozen 4 and . i :
legislature for it. > Senate bill 149.! by Mr Beard, for

the p Senator Board in reply conceded rehti'of R M. Cart>y. Long Gloves, lisle . . 49c Ladies; Canvass Oxford .
shoulproc From Another Correspondent.Dr. . ._ 4cShoes
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-- J. M. for Men, Women and Children at half of what have ,
Leyda tendered you
i a surprise party Monday night And "n"I'allth.I. l har aiu-;. too numerous io mention\ rome
oRej : a by Mr. und Mrs. E. W. White of Pit:<- mill >" ("1' tu111'""r' I
sl't'f.d ,,'ur. iVala Banner.Mr. j Special cor. Ocala Banner: burg. About a score of their friends

pass J; R. R. Carroll of Ocala was in "Mrs. Carpenter is dead. wath e gathered at the Whites residence and I 0-.

for ]fit A the city Friday :soliciting trade for his sorrowful nt"p&'I 'd from house to the doctor and his family were invited
refor over. They were completely taken by
too 5 } aper., the Ocala Star.Mr. house Sunday morning. surprise by the gathering.The .
: Cutler paid "Phosphate City"a Before the sun rose in all its glory ladies in their white costumes These Prices Littlest Prices
state ;
blind ;; business call one day last week. the soul departed from its earthly made a pretty picture. After refreshments the ever Knownfor

Mr. fil'orgee\ ille, cashier of the abode. and left the earthly I remains were served the guests departed -
resolseeat', wishing the doctor a safe trip home
Dunnellon bank ordered of .In-:. E. B.
: ? a very hand- Carpenter. of Tiashoke. and a prayer to l'omagain and be
one suit; from Mr .R. H. Sanders. X. Y.. who had spent the winter in with us. like quality. Let us save you enough DOLLARS on ,
In your purcba .,
While the suit was in ('Oursof l'On.tru'U"n RUe\ieu. with her sistt'f, Miss Sarah Mrs. Davenport of Omaha. Nebraska > <
atorPark )fr.t''ille asked the directors liisworth and Mrs. Davenport. The is lying dangerously ill at her sister's to enable you to get something nice for the house that every housekeeper
i body was shipped by express to Tia- home Mrs. Sara Bosworth.Rev. ;
noun of the bank what would they say shoke. A. C. Sirdefield is also down has been promising herself for so long, but thought she couldn't afford. '
if he would charge the amount to the Mrs. Davenport is prostrated and with a serious attack of malarial
Nob fXiH-njes- of the bank.Friday ( seriously itt from the shock. fever. Can you find such prices?
were May the dispenser of life, joy and Mrs. Sallie R. Taylor, of Philadelphia
man' evening society congregatedat happiness smooth the sorrows of the Pa. intends to leave for her
the town hall to enjoy the dance l bereaved: sisters and the loved ones atI home about the 19th. after a pleasant
grant which several of the young men Wert'ghitlg !I home. visit spent with Mrs. Dana. Lawns Dimities Batise
tweI aUeel I Rev. A. C. Sirdefield preached a '. Ed. Pelot is sick and under the CeRts
( } It is in rumored honor that or the the visiting girls I eloquent service touching in the extreme ncare: of Dr. Slaughter.We aWe Yard'

' jests r and give a some minstrel i'f the here Dunnellon in the Ocala boys boys will by those. that present.will be long remembered i I Slaughter arglad is home to again hear, that after 1fr her:>. to sell at 5 1

chise t course of a We will miss the bright. cheerful serious illn
few weeks and the
publii financial profits face of :\1nlo Gale, illness ss."E..
confines -
will be used to build
were tion. a new fire sta- too arduous her. to labors her home in running, the results the most of I are willing to submit these prices to the hardest test. REMEMBER: : t

Mr. 15.
Fieuberg has
tees. been on the sick Itopular SOUTH LAKE WEIR.
boarding house
in town and .
list, but is nimpro'ing..

the eleven t i iprovIi in Dr.our Bennett,dt attending of Crystal River was of assisting the store.Mr. Gale in the management I I Special cor. Ocala Banner. j > to business last
week. We understand that both Miss Ta- Mr. Wallace Reed was shopping in |

book; .y Florida Mrs ,Gray who: of has Montana been ,visiting formerly Mrs of our Hulah popular DePass school and Miss teachers.Bessie have lIim refused s.- Ocala Miss Saturday.Inez Gates came down faint i Saturday and Monday AprilTWO 20 .and 22.1

to teach again
G, Kibbler for the past week, left Saturday ing declined spring hav Ocala on Friday.Mr. .
SpeeiTali f: for Gainesville, where she will i! Wonder why very tlaUt'ringoffers.. Ernest Ricker. of Jacksoiu ',- :
has been at the home of his mirthrhere. /
visit her mother before she |
returns to !
4 I Notice' of town .
caucus nominationof .
her home. I !
the cf town officer;; for next year appears Quite a number of !
Mr. Wiley Wood came down Sunday our people joined '
sessi4and morning all smiles and excite- I on the billboards.An I in with the school ,' h exciting campaign !U prnmiseI.e insa fire im; ;> at ihiek-n
ment. On being asked what the i a pilvau! atthe
causof t
The i hue !is ."'
"Hug No H.
his disturbed : or $ Tht'i h..r.iof Lottie and Fred Bll.k. I Itp.
work state of mind he rei i N. h.s irce.s are ltd !I !
by L.
plied. "Wh>, 0 ha\e the tint-st boy amy t I L. } : ,
i'll'kinwl1 .
ate j ( is determined that -r-
alp iwuistf you ever saw and to prove tinJ'tsiuty of the [own shall b: man-i'I ',';1"tltt .. uo d-iiy 01 gag 'u+'!aill 4' B I A. :'
Att K his appreciation of his boy he hats t.+ 1' t.tme'i: that tho streets htn niv'i -nSUL'lUgP\ .LB uI !'...uird ..tH : -' 'H F.\. T
Bliss! treat all of his friends. The mother and ;; pxited up: that the Ya.nKi>'i-r- 01 ultr.["oat cxdj.: ni gals ui aouat ..uolal } .. -JU t wu'iecared,...
IDiu ;1 ; child are doing well but it is doubtful 1 ,. \. iffitn our gates sha!! not be S :ra-lni- 1 qtlq.. ls Suiifi-iJeAvt"! PU:"
ifl't') will ever recover.lire. ;. ana lieinfested .1nlBI":3c'I!: sews ql JO syatul "tt I
; I it. thirwih.
county against
Snyder and sister, of Holder and that Uw and or.dh.11 benintatret ui \\Oll"j aanlasi at PJ-Iut.{ iq; llA1A I I'
pears were in town shopping last
t : ) at anami at! hiz.>r.i-. :
the tperiu Mr. Carter. the popular sheriff of Tilt- .I
alas I
npikixii' ni. BEAUTIFUL
:ytt. u-f- POEM.
i t Citrus county. was in Dunnellon Sat 1 ler'-l I u )xi. a ka, t't". I

the rli itt; urday.Mr. Archibald, of Jacksonville, ofj i iake Bonding ujt, for g;r.tlt''wn.a hotel is Get ikyj br-hiru"snon i ir < )pen the ilnor' 1 at TH E. GLOB El and it l is a dtt.vou owe to : ru
Open door. let in yoursc'f and
it is 1:, the Marx Bro., clothing house, wa and make:: it go. We reed it. FweryiaeWarts The winds air: rout f
whicl{ ,f. among Nltul'lnonday the'. traveling men in the city '' it. Every tax player and votrr fair.J are sweet the flowers are purse io attend it.
the a is in favor of it. ,
:\( afternoon Master Luis : > >" is abroad in the w orid today: : The results
Get Busy: we are obtaining from this
the 4 <'ast-.l celebrated his eleventh birthdayat Dr. Orlando P. Mixttri i ; ,,. I: our Wr is Aide it may come this 1 INTRODUCTION
ductet. the tviy little home of his parentson S A L E i sales and
tmg.ith his ; quick of
Pennsylvania avenue. Quite a wife at Gale r.o s i ;'riau" \ .- way.Open the door! 'I many them. Satisfied customers make
react ili! The d\xior intended t.> sa..
nupiber several of friends relatives.were! invited The home IRClufllng f >r h >:;>e bout the :!;)th mot., and it' ss tbe I
The \'his beautifully decorated. the hoped that his health will permit ]He hath a smile for everyone:
ANNIE EFF.We move. He hath mj.dtof the, raindrop gold and ?
>& I We !
coral would like to see the doctor locate -
i\ith u* once more.The gems | YOU '
gene ]He
may change our tears i') diadems.' ARE'ELCOlV1E
are just in receipt of a letterfrom town was honored ba visit f
jutan rTal 'iron the door: !
the "magic ,-il)' in which the this week from Mrs. Mary C.: Riley. ,'f. I
writer says that hhas just returned'gct., N. Y. :
Mrs. Riley is one of' '
Open the char of the ,
Soul :
"' et in
r from a trip to Fort LauterdaK laree
Ojus. our: property owner, and she
:Strong ,
pure thoughts
he pays '"are the tomato rieltls"OjuC m aQ looking after her int,' -> which shall!
r- ctq. She
house t I banish sin.They "
; in the Seminole tongue means"heapmuch. I "'(tipp-d ,\ till Mrs. Dana TVhit .
after ." He that' Df. L ; will groir and bloom with: a grace':
everybodyIs X.
says Snider and wife of Pi' s- divine THE
making money and are happy and I bur.?. Pa. have departed for other And i their fruit GLOBE
shall be
day.Eig suceter than
r.ed contented and that the weather is rl !lT in the state. and expect to reach that of the vine.
!ideal.! The thermometer reached as Fore about
May L Mrs. Snider is
in a Open the door!
low 50 lti ,
as I't ).itht'ru woman, being raised in Char-

lUrty :' t.t-.n. S. C. She has made a host of Open the door to the heart: let in Next to Mciver &
lion; Mr. Hoard's amendment to repealthe : friends here by her frank and MacKay
open Sympathy sweet for '
I :
straaarer and kin
fifteenth article of the constitution I': > and we hope: our esteemed!
lirtytSen It will Hake the halls
: of the
and d..ttht' the right of ..ntMr.; sot
negro ; rt and Mrs White will bet' fair t
uI'frngt':1 pa. sed by the Floridaenate I r'*n->r.,.iMe f'T bringing soni* ri re T, i I
:i't )
att1H1Y enter
H:> is said have made unaware.A\ ;'
> to a visitors from the >mokcit ,-.jr '
art *'v -re-
> tier do
\ : *r
; r
masterly *?eeh on the subject J jo:: tike Mr and Mrs. Snider it is
-British Weekly u good thing We have it. "

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1Ji?s Ethel Robinson was at home | Mrs. Albert Gerlg's party for Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.I J. E. Stevens"ana baby

.' Crystal lUver, were visitors to her Friday young evening quite The guests a number of honor of-!'C. f Abson Friday afternoon was one I Suffered Four Months From the AfterEffectsof 1

Oeala Saturday. of the most delightful! of the smaller
wertMr.. and .Mrs. Roesa at whoso I
:affairs given in Ocala this season. {
wedding last November Miss Robin the Grip-Relieved By Pe-ru-na.
Van Ness, who is tern
son was one of the bridesmaids.Progressive :Mr:>. Cerig had as her guests princi- :
at Kendrick i
n-siding spent. whist was one of the pasty her married friends: who an- '

:-ttllrday in Ocala. features of this party and the eVEning Mrs. Abson's special friends. I'] .._ .. _..... ...... __ ..H. _

was a very merry one. The eight i

Mi--- Julia Mayo is in JasoksonvilU :card tables were arranged in the parlor Mrs. Gerig has a very charming. lit- i I The grip more than any other disease -

t, ;. u-it to her brother and sister library, dining room and hall of tie home on South Third street and
I in the world leaves the system in 4p>. 9w :j ;r.
,,.-I 1\'. Mr. and \frs.: Bennett TI this lively and beautiful home and for she entertained her friends in not 0 ,

V.. .. 'three hours the roomsert- hummingwith .only a very unique but a very pleasant i !i a run-down, nervous, bloodless con- ; a .. gas o r ri'A'S> }pv

Mi.I, o Ala- 'IM.M.Iof si --Mr.-C. J. Phil bewitching that mdiscribable niedly of sounds but altogether that only Mrs.may Abson as well.was beautiful in a black |! dition. !i d7 ':-;:. }? $ '. .

M > ,\ "1''' 1d; | '" ..;..... him out again a store (or two of young people overflowing net dress with touches of pink and : I Peruna has become famous: in relieving '

-.,uiiliy afl'-r all- allows of severe with life tan product- Mrs. Gerig's costume was a dainty : the condition which

,," Elegant punch was served in the one of white dotted swi s. After being \ deplorable ;

V -' hall during the progress of the games welcomed by the hostess and guest ; the grip produces I]i"j iI

M.: I' 1'Pratt, who was here yesnax ... and afterwards ice cream rake and of honor the twenty-&ve'guests: were Ii I A

sass that the Ocala eourthons.:, ,coffee was enjoyed.The : seated in the parlor and each ::"Iwn': ; a+ 8 fi, AtD d ; ,?. rkx_'3 SJ{' < rSsV3 r s esr aVA

,- handsomest he has seen in than
the hostess in gold, each player mark- numbered. As the numbers were t'aPed y r iw 2242t

ing their own scores. the lady with that number ua-

Its: (;ieiger, the popular young edii Misses Annie Davis Valeta Potter given a slip of paper containing .1'

i 01 the Citrus County Chronicle,, and Louise Harris tied for the first name of a prominent Ocala man ..H': ? !1!

.is ui' from Inverness Friday on a L prize, a pretty cut glass bonbon dish. she was asked to draw his picum, mia

i i 1'1 UI'S"'isit.. It was won by the former on the cut. large blackboard which had Ilb't;

Dr. Powers won the gentleman's prize erected in the room. After the i lJH' '

Mr ,iud Mrs. C. R. Wood of Gaines: a handsome paper knife and the boo- ;lures were drawn the balances of th.

"', have been spending several 1 1 .bies beautiful decks of cards, wert guests had to guess the identityof t

,...; -, Mcently with Mr. and Mrs. A, 'won by Mrs. Powers and Mt. Sandfonl the pictures. Some of the hkenet-e: : "( '', ,r

; stiukey;:; at Spring Park. Jewett.At .were excellent and if some tot the f :

t this delightful affair. Miss Robi .Ocala citizens whose portraits were I I :, ,

Mi---) I'l.ira Moore came down fronI i I in.son: wore a beautiful salmon pink portrayed Friday afternoon had been: \ t

.I I i. k-Miuville Saturday to spend sever' :crepe de chene gown with trimmingsI ,present some of them would have had

a \\-k- uith her parents, Mr:, am I I lace and velvet of the same shade a hard time picking out themselves: tiThe fiON.WH. PARSON.

!Mir, L. Moore. Mrs. Roess' handsome gown was a | picture drawing was quite novel I 925 H.5t.N.W.,

,J pink floweredrepe de chene empire and called forth a great deal of fun I Ii | ytlI WASHINGTON. D.C.

Mr, .in.l Mrs. George R. McKean an,1 I gown decolete the neck being outlined and merriment and never was a contest I pr.'tly| little daughter went doter 1 with beautiful pink roses more thoroughly enjoyed.Mrs. I Catarrh Victims Susceptible I| W. II. r.uus: is Ex-Tstate Senator and Ex-Special Judge of the Supreme
People who have had cMtanh of the II
.. Sarasota Saturday Jo spend a fe\ Assisting Miss Robinson was hei Gerig was assisted by Mrs. J. II I'
I, head Court of Texas, and was also Brigadier-General;; in Confederate Army. In a
throat much I
nose lungs are
ciay> with Mr. McKean's mother. mother. Mrs. G K. Robinson her sister : :J. Gerig and Mrs. W. W. Condon inserving I more liable to: catch the than other I| letter from 925; II street, N. W., Washington, D, C., this prominent gentleman -
and her t\\'o I
Miss Hope Robinson
ice cream cake and coffee says:
Mr Jack Mi-Cully of Berlin was I 1 brothers. The guests were Mr and I' people.
maccaroons.Mrs. I
"Upon the recommendation of testimonials
The reason for this is that the mucous personal friends and many strong -
< visitor tn Ocala Saturday.: He was i I 1 Mrs. Roess., Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Pow i Gerig's party was a very happy I I as to the efficacy of Peruca in the treatment of the numerous
membranes of the head throat I
.Uaho1SSt.t. at the opening of the leg- 'ers. Misses Sara MeOreery. SusitFort. affair and her guests were Mrs. Ab nose, or i ? symptoms of the grip with which I have been afflicted for four months

.'.IllImwith his nt'pht'lIarr} Me- Ilattie Dye, Margaret Taylor,' .son.1 rs. J. J. Gerig, Mrs. \\:. W.Condon. 'I lungs are injured by the catarrh and past, I have been induced to undergo a treatment with this justly celebrated

Tully who obtained a pageship.Mr Esther Weathers Sara Harris, Valet )'Irs.Y.. H. Powers, Mrs. W. the perms which cause the grip find formula. I feel a decided change for the better after using It only
easy entrance into the system.It one "eek.
Potter Meta Jewett. Louise llarrisAnnie ., V. Newsom Mrs. Arthur
is a well established fact that per "It is especially good in toning up the stomach and has a decided effect
Homer Dean is back'o. ((1 Davis Louise Alice But
Mrs. George Nash, Mrs. J. E. Chace.
fectly sound mucous membranes constitute upon my appetite. I therefore feel much encouraged that I am on the
He is here to testify in certai:l'I1:look. Pauline Sullivan. Edna Dozier, : Mrs. Frank Harris, Mrs. R. L. Anderson a barrier to the entrance of disease | road to complete restoration.

cases and will soon return to Mayi.Annie Atkinson and Sue Anderson;; Mrs. H. Anderson, Mrs William "My numerous friends in Texas, where I have had the honor to commanda

where he has accepted a good pos i- '1Iessrs. Stephen Jewett. E. J. Crook. Rocker, Mrs. Abe Brown, ).Irs'i germ The best precaution any one can have brigade of her Veteran Cavalry in a four years' war, may accept this vol-

MOO. He is nursing a case c,f 11. A. Wartman Sandford Jewett. J' testimonial the merits of Peruna
!'Jean .\ust1l111'5. G. T. Maughs. Mrs. :i against the grip is to be perfectly free untary to as a sense of obligation on my
Lumps.'Mi !n. Taylor. C. II. Uoyd. J. II. Workman G. S. Scott Mrs Charles Rheinauer. from catarrh. part for its wonderful efficacy."-W. H. Parsons.

E. E. Robinson and O. B. :Mrs. E. L. Carney. :Mrs. Beuna ""'

. U-' '. and Mrs. J. M. Bryan of Ma! Howse and Byron West of Jackson Mimms Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. R. Peruna a Preventive. It i* no longer merely. theory or an It has been noticed that those who

and their son and daughter, wet to i!ville.i A. Burford :Mrs. W. S. Bullock, :Mrs. I As a preventive of grip, Pc-rnna hasdone ,ssertion that Peruna is applicable touch take Peruna during the first stages of
I a great deal of good in the world :
in Ocala Friday on theid way to Km]I : G. R. McKean and Mrs. M. C. Loo- I caes. the grip generally make a more rapid

man. f'la.. lo spend a few days wit I i A. J. White Dead. ney. I its beneficial effect upon the mucou Prompt Relief: and complete recovery.A .

di! _
I. relatives They were accompanieto The prize for guessing most of the i Catarrh has another untoward influence I In all of the after-effects of the grip, :Most Effective :Medicine For

that place by Mrs. JC.. Smith (J If On Sunday morning. April 7. 1907, 'pictures was won by :Mrs. Hocker. It i be 11I 'erun3. gives prompt relief. This haseen
to noticed
in connection with I
this city, another daughter of Mr, an(\ A. J. White died at his home at Mon!,' La Grippe
of such
was a beautiful lace fan and was also the 1 t> the experience a great

Mrs. Bryan. Miss Fannie Sage als,() P.lufT. after lingering long with con. 'i'tied by Mrs. R. I* Anderson and .Mrs. I grip. I II multitude of people that Peruna has Robt. L. Madison, A. M., Princip of
Victims who
of catarrh have had the i
went with them Mimption. 1 Mimms.[ C ome to be a standard remedy for these Cullowhee High School, Painter, N. C.,

Mr. White was born in Chesterfield, :Mrs. Abson was presented with two I grip find themselves after the acute i I C Beef, is chairman of the Jackson County
Mrs. J. I.. Smoak reeehed a telesrai I1R: C. June _6. ISC. He came to Flor,dainty' little hand embroidered hand I! stages deplorable passed conditions., in very weakenedand If a person has not used Peruna to I Board of Education He is a writer of

Thursday conveying the sad intell i i- .ida at the age of twenty-one year: ,kerchiefs. l>revent the grip, the next Jbest thing is ; occasional verse and has contributed to
After of
Kfnce of the very serious illness c.f ,and has continuously resided in thi; l I Grip. o use Peruna to remove the after-ef- a number of leading papers and maga

her sister Mrs.I George Smoak, whos 3, |icounty since about 1S4S. He had beer 1 i'BEAUTIFUL CHURCH WEDDING. I The whole nervous system is Impaired f ects cf the grip.A :zines.

S. C. Mr Hiving! at his present home about fort;,'I, I ; the digestive: organs deranged;
home is at Hamburg, !; : Safe, Reliable Remedy. In speaking of Perona,Mr. Madiaoa
the circulation of the blood feeble and
Smoak left on the early morning trai n years.r i Yesterday morning at eight o'clock. Even during the acute stages of the says: "I am hardly ever without Parana
All thee
and! it is hoped that she found ittbkter ;' He was married in 1570 to Marth;1 irregular.: symptoms are produced i Peruna taken in small oft-re- in home. Itis thomoeteffectivemod
I1 i at the First Presbyterian church, avery more or less, by the grip, and e";Tip, my
Wtter Mr. and Mrs. Georg t ,J. :Meadows and to this union fouI1 :.r :, pretty though quiet wedding, I especially in people who have had catarrh I I teated doses, is so efficient that many icine that I have ever tried for la grippe.It .

'" r ?mi>ak formerly lived;| in Ocala an '' children were born of which thre t' took place. i previous to the grip.. Il>eople use nothing else.UPTODATE also coxed my wife of nasal catarrh.

hate: a number of friends here." survive him. I -- -
i - -- -
The church was lovely with palms
, When the conflict arose between tin
:and roses, and though there were no friendships lItftanl in many otherplace CARD CLUB ENTER : As to the Hire of the Convicts.
returned Saturda; :states in I860. Mr. White was one o f I
MrsV S. Durst C
|cards issued there was a very large >
He belonged t,J
visit M the first \olunteer.
ir.-iu! a most delighttul to r. i'crowd of friends present a particu- At Macon Mr Allen is manager for To the Editor Oc&l.i BannerIn
nth Florida regiment and wa:s :
i .,"It Mrs. Dinigless, of Shady. Sh ithe;, of Chicamugae larly flattering compliment because;(the ('udah,)' Packing company and is Miss; Leafy Sylvester was the hostess reply to Mr. R. F. Rogers' article
wounded at the battle
t .n.l Miss Neva Smith, of Ocala al!:- was a brave and gallant soldie; ;'the hour was so early. ;greatly esteemed by a large circle of of the Up-to-Date Card Club Friday on the hire of county convicts I will
tended on Priday night an t' Ie friends and afternoon. This the first
Mrs. Ludwig Busch the brilliant acquaintances. was The
: Board discussed the
to where dut;r say reserve
and always ready go
given at the home of M r. ;acquisition to musical circles presid- I His pretty wife has endeared herself meeting of the club since Easter and clause in their
of thi contract, and -eidfU
called him. even in the thickets t'
1'iiihl hy the following young people: i several of friends here and of whist much
'ed at the organ and played i to hundreds games were very en that they did not care to cancel it. as
Miss Buhl. Miss Lora Dougless an i tight. beautiful selections before the bridal 'wherever she has gone. Womanly joyed. There were five tables of
| i
they might need the the road
mn on
"I'm-le Jack as we all knew I
Buh tl.
tinUsseri Counts Messrs. party came. Just before they entered land tactful. with all the brightness of I cards and Miss Alice Carlisle and When
leased the
we convicts in January
broth twill! be missed. He established tbs t '
Counts brtohers and Dougless "White's ," Mrs. Daniel J, Conroy sang "O Perfect ;mind and manner which have made Miss Laura Norwood kept the scores. 1907 we reserved the right to
ferry known as Ft'rry.mor:
rs .Mr. and Sirs. Morton Douglas; l..ove." exquisitely a particular: the women of her family attractive I Miss Edna Williams won the prize I work fourteen men on the roads. butI
than thirty years ago and has contin'uously 1
chaperoned the party.i ; i pleasure because her voice is not :she is a social acquisition in every a handsome deck of cards she haying do not think the board has
: kept the same, except one year, i a right
'heard nearly so often as her friends sense. cut with Mrs. Bernard Seligman
The members of the faculty ui the resigning that year on account of his to lease them to any other party The
; .could wish. j The many friends she leaves be- while the booby prize fell to the lot I Edwards Naval
Stores <'om-
i 1 To the music of the Mendelssohn I hind her will wish for her a future as of Miss Edna Nelson. is
Silver Springs and on the Ocklawaha i The large cortege that followed him puny to work them all or let the
i!Wedding March- the bridal party en- !I bright as it seems today.-Friday'sTimesUnion. Besides the club members present board
have number call for
river. Every year the faculty have ont'nf !!to his last resting place showed the any they
:itered. Miss Sylvester had as her guests
these all day picnics and they are':'esteem with which he was held in his I I I up tu fourteen men.
i Two of the ushers :Messrs. A. P. Misses Edna Williams Edna Nelson,
.. i-M>ked forward to with a great deal !community. i 1 am sorry Mr. Rogers feels that he
I I iMickler: and Harrison D. Watts jr., :THE MONTHLY MEETING OF THE Florrie Condon Lillian; Thagard; Florence -i did not receive the
\f pleasure. Their day on the river To his wife and children we extend i : proper attentioni
_4 j I Mr. I DAUGHTERS. Walters Louise Scott Pauline
with the GeorgeA.
together groom
aturttia partieualrly enjoyableThe : ''our sympathy in this sad hour of bereavement. ( !i from the board. The board wants to
Allen and his best man. Mr. J. A. Sullivan, Luta Moore Edith McGuire consider
lunch served was a very tine one any question that is brought
I Campbell of Atlanta Ga., entered by I the hostess Mrs. Sam Rawls, Mrs H. C. Dozier,
Mrs. Edward Badger was tv its"notice
and ih
and the fishing, boat riding etc., wereoeedmgly BY A FRIEND.Dr. I always willing and
the and down the left aisk Mrs. Robert Adams; and Mrs. SamuelW.
o\ pleasant. Mr.- Emmett right ale; i of the Daughters of the Confederacy :anxious! to do anything that will benefit -
I came Messrs. A. F. Latimer .and Willet Ellis.A .
row den, principal of the Inverness Stockbridge to Leave Us. Friday afternoon at their regular the company.: Mr. Rogers did offer -
the other ushers,.:
public school and a former teacherin I : Gnxner. two [ to use any pan or all of the reserve -
i t Florida is soon to losea talented and :preceding the maid of honor. :Miss; monthly meeting. The meeting VERY POOR OPINION OF CUBA.
the Ocala school came up to attend and Ira ill see that the minutesare
interesting family. The latest Bessie Allen Montevello, and the various mat-
this picnic: and his presence add- ti most ,was an important one, \ corrected so as to ;show these facts

wi much to the pleasure of the occasion. issue of the Lake City CitizenReporter -I bride pretty Miss :Mary Eskridge All- ters coming up for settlement at this Mr. Andrew D. White, the former JOHN L. EDWARD

'1 says: red, who entered with her brother I,time. American ambassador to Germany and Chairman Board of County c unrs: : -

I "Dr. II E. Stockbridge. who has :)Ir. Henry M. Allredd. who gave her visit to sioners.
Russia, has been on a recent
The annual convention will be held
I been in Atlanta for sometime- past, ar- away. j
Dr Butch of Ocala who was in : with what
and is
Cuba not impressed
of Honda'stnvt ,rived in the city last Friday to make ; Around the altar, which had been in Jacksonville the first week in May Mr. SIstrunk's Note. 4I
our city last night is one he of the conditions*bf that is- "CoL P. F. Rogers made fi. ..'
sell one of the finest preparation for the moving of his beautifully decorated by the Working and the delegates to represent Dicki- saw apr> : n
men as I .
He returned to Band the church the wedding other he to the board to lease the convn';' r
t in the state. i family to that city of party at the land. Among things says:
0 physicians and surgeons ::son Chapter were appointed .
,served by the board in their >,' ,
Thursday. His family are formed semi-circle and the im I"> :;
1 believe the Cuban
question a
Dr. Blitch took artrolint'nt
I'mil recent years I Mrs. Brumby and !
meeting Friday.
With Edwards Naval ,
with Mrs. Frink. and will go ; was performed by
stopping ,pressive ceremony
in local and state pol- deal serious than that nf
part ; Williams great more !
Miss Josie were appointed
work the
.in a f.dl 's. Dr. Stockbridge and Rev. Dr. Boggs, pastor of the church jto public road and off.-ml
'tics.. and served hiss people in a nunvluxr J. R. Moorhead he in
delegates and Mrs. the said yesterday
$33.331-3 each
Philippines month for ail
1 interesting family have been residents -; The bride looked very lovely in a per u"se
the last I
For this
of official capacities.: : of this city for the past ten i beautiful going-away gown in shade: and Mrs. William Anderson alter- discussing the future of the island. whose sentence was not less than fur
few years he has been manager The convention in Jacksonville :'
of Ocala and (years, and their hosts of friends hereregret ,of tan. with hat gloves and shoes tc I'nates. "No one would think of making the months. Action was deferred by in.--
the commercial bank, ,.:; will be largely attended and it is ,board."
them but
much to give up. match. With it was worn an exqui
that bank hassrown \ 'Philippines a state, and I don't see
under his able regime
will be enjoy-
:commend them to the best people oftlanta. site hand-made lingerie waist. He!: ;expected that it a very The above is a true cooy of th official -

and stands today at the very !1 \ Dr. Stoekbridge has taken up flowers were aa arm and bower bou,.;:able one. It will be presided over by how it can be done with Cuba. I dread minutes furnished thtr"tV'spJ..-
head of the popular progressive and ; Mrs. Sheldon the annexation. It would simply
''agricultural writing in Atlanta where of bride roses. i the new president i ipers for publication and the giant
numerous banking institutions of the : ;Stringer, of Brwksville. mean taking in a great negro state
i states the facts.
I this duties require practically his entire The maid of honor was very lovely
state He is also sta.teprison physician sale that will be utterly incapable of self-government. 1
II| ,
is chiffon rummage S. T. SISTRUNK Clerk.We
time.. :Mrs. Ptockbridse, who |in a lovely costume of cream : I
of Florida, and devotes a good i I of Cuba strengthens -
i held next week by the Daughters'was saw
(prominently identified with the Florida -:panama, with net and lace waist ant,
J pan of his time and attention to look- .\the most important matter for dis- my conviction that as a state it don't pretend to whether
division cf the United Daughters of ;bat of cream braid. Her flowers wen say
ins after the sick lame and halt who The sale would be curse to us. It is simplya
1 \ line Confederacy will also be greatly; .an artistic arrangement of brides_!eussion at this meeting. a Hunt Harris and 'Gene Mathews are
find their way into the state peniten- I and will beheld vast rotten borough with small.
#will Hart next Saturday: a corporation men or not, but we do say
mis 'd.I :maid roses.
iiary.1 He sees to it that the sick aregiven I : Mr. and Mrs. Alien left on tie nortl i in Mr. T. H. Wallis' store next to number of wealthy capitalists in the, I that they both had a walk-over in the

the best of attention. and that :the 0 K. Grocery. The proceeds of midst of an expansive negro popula of the and house
organization senate
J The proposition: to raise an annua I :bound train for a short wedding tri]) I
is promptly -
their every need supplied when e the sale will be added to the monu- tion. and we believe, from actual observatian -
I of $ ,.Owtl for President Brown. land then will go to Macon,
4 Ho is kind and considerate, salary chamber of commerce, his services ,. their home is to be. ment fund, which is rapidly growing: "If Cuba were made a state in thE!I ttat they are fair and impartial
of the
and few prisons in the United States i for Union in opinion i:
monument American
and Confederate my q fill holt the
f officers and
: be devoted to boosting Tam i The good wishes of their hosts o I a presiding
have the benefit of such good medical I to -1 j is surety. would rapidly become a curse to itself balinced.-Iadi30ll
Ocala now
a scales evenly
and everywhere that t: friends were expressed by the man;: ,
of the best: anywhere '
service Dr. Batch is one many Mrs. Badgers was i and the Union"Mr.
and valuable gifts sen t | The meeting at New Enterprise.
"boost" be needed is a nove:1 i beautiful
known men in Florida and is deservedly a ray 'well attended and after the business i White was accompanied on th<
I ai -- ---- --
is attracting much l local in to the bride and every one meant
popular with all classes and[ one. and :had been disposed of Mrs. Badger' trip by the Rev. C. C. Tiffin of Nev i Miss Elsa Schneider, who teaches at
1 from the ]r
of esteem
The chamber coaimercfca since retiring from politics has beepven terest will be fille:1'served' her guests with very dainty York, formerly assistant to Bishol) Cornell came up Saturday afternoonto
committee to raise the' Their home at Macon
-Lice sent -mi a
successful in business edibles. 'Pottert c:p nd Sunday in the fc-ty.
News. with handsome reminders of 1.1'
Oak Dt>moerat.F.'f .

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NEWS FROM TALLAHASSEE. i non to reconsider in strong speech. titutional amendment reported fa\or- |

H. utflared thai the committee mU.-t abl>' <>n Senator Y" rd'I Iru1M.i! : \\el\' 0'ot1 t.m't vt \\ \ \\\. alimtaVes ]

i Spirited Debate on the Appointment of: 1 I-. eiHj>ovfred to employ all the a:*- amendment to the ..ta:.. t'lm"titut i(

a Commitee to Investigate the I.i. I.I. I. M,.tir.c. it r.ted'-d, if the investigation tI xdulngn.grOt'''- from .uffrl..'. th,' '

: I. Board. I! \\ be a thorough one. and th- object of which test the regularity 1:! \ t etee. ''etlQ"S \\\t

'committee was to report a.required of the fourteenth and fifteenth !

Sl't-cial to the Ocala I5anner- !ji I to the present session of th. legisla- Amendments: to the constitution of the I 1ClOUM.

.1 Tallahassee, April 11.-The surpri e !!'ture. saying that the member of the ::United States which prohibit and discrimination -: \\\\\\\\n\\t\9 A. nmm\ .

''committee could not take: off their:
against persons on account -
in the house yesterday morning was I
j I coats themselves and delve amongst of their race or color. and
i the vole to reconsider the house concurrence pro-I \t\ Sc\\\\tr9\\S CCO
|the records for three weeksand, must vide for the deduction of rep
with senate amendments to jhave' such clerical assistance as they ;tion of states in proportion to the disjfranchisement -

.+H House Concurrent Resolution No. 1.1|'Ilt'edf'd. Mr. Carter it :
asserted that of males over the age td Cat\ee
which were agreed to the day before:J jt i
the committee needed legal assis- ,of1 years except as a punishment:
Specess after pending of week and ;
upwards a
|(tance, when such was ascertained ,for crimes. The resolution made a
the action of the house taken Tuesday !
I they could report back to the jspex'ial order for Tuesday t'
had been deemed final pretty I, legista-I j f I Three used farmersfor tobacco grown in the famous Piedmont .
iture and te was sure it I Senator West, of the first district, ways are by ,

tnarIan generally.A great surprise apparently wasjj-I granted, but until then he was unwilling /'introduced: a bill to allow the legislative curing and preparing their tobacco region, requires and takes less "

I to'ote for a measure that if it committee to interorgate
half sprung in the house by Mr. Calkins of,did not make it mandatory upon the :I,a appearing before them in the interest for the market ; namely sun sweetening than tobacco grown in

Nassau a young representative who !committee to employ counsel at least j I''ogive f any: mt"&b"Ureas to what interest cured. other section of the United States
into heretofore had not opened his mouth cured air cured and any
them wide do Mr. I ,
scope to St.) j they may have in the matter and I

eenatusPE except to answer roll call, when the!I Wilson of IIem 'ndo. joined in favorv f I ther they are acting as paid attorneys. The old and cheap way is called air and has a wholesome, stimulating,, -

> .. quiet young man from Nassau arose ing the motion to reconsider, the gentlemen This \\"&warmly endorsed: by full tobacco taste that
and offered a ration to take up from who'i're for l li cured ; the later discovery and im- juicy, satisfies <
Th I arguing a reconS j: enator Beard who declared it the !

table a motion to reconsider the house I isideration expressing their willingness :best bill that has been introduced in proved is called flue cured.In tobacco hunger. That's why chewers .
o'cJO ,
( concurrent resolution No. l, providing
; i to let the first i
( senate amendment 1 1I this legislature.

the s : for a joint committee of seven tu investigate i i the one offered by Senator Adams j I The governor transmitted t.1 the legislature flue curing the tobacco is taken prefer Schnapps, because Schnapps

in thl .' the Internal the improvement affairs of the fund trustees as requested of- !'ator|'stand: but opposing the second, by Sen- the report of the trustees of I from the fields and racked in barns cheers more than any other chewing

Beard which provides specifically,t hf- state reform school;
13umtthe I: by special message from the,:ifor I the employment of counsel an.] !dared spread on the senate journal.was 01'j.: j. especially built to retain heat and tobacco, and that's'hy chewers of

governor. I,other I assistance specified in the !! A relatively small number of there continuous Schnapps the good thing
atertrepre It will be recalled that on the day be- L subjected to a high pass alongone
;(amendment.: Mr. Wilson. of Ht"rnanio. |w ere introduced in the two houses

fore when the house voted to concur i 14 of the that if the the direct chewer makes other chewers I
( was opinion members yesterday: Speaker pro tt m. Kuowles.iof temperature, produced by

of tb in ,the of Dade.senate made amendments a motion Watson -'p of the the committee were not: ;;wing Monroe, presidedner the hou.e of I. heat of flame heated flues, which until the fact is established thatthere

In rconj Ira' investigation themsehtrs but.r: .representatives: A short while yesterday -
sider the vote and to lay the motion t*Bsere leave : in the tobacco that are more chewers and
going to it to atorneys and being called to the chair bySprdker brings out more
readi'the reconsider on the table, which prevailed -

and the ma ttt"r'as.. regarded as accountants, their report would not be Mathewt- stimulating taste and aroma that pounds of tobacco chewed to the ;
6of +the: report of the committee who had i j i Rev. Crawford Jack -..n. of Atlanta.

th permanently There was closed.surprise- therefore, when Ii!no, constituents' to whom they n.)uld .aiidri--sed, the house of repre=entatirrs'Tuesday I! expert roasting develops in green population in states where Schnapps

the asous the gentleman from Nas.-au arose and !'b e reI i .rsible. ;' evening in their hail which ) coffee. These similar processes giveto tobacco is sold than there are in

I Mr. ilaeWilliams, of St. John.j .-. ,was crowded with Hfmbers of the two ,i

lets I table offered the a motion motion to to reconsider take up from the concurrence the- j i.chairman of the house comnittt"t.m !hu: "rs and the ptyc generally. The both tobacco and coffee the cheer- those states where Schnapps has not

Carte judiciary. made a length argument ;address i : was the second in a series on ,
olutkiIo. with the senate amendments. i against reconsidering the vote of the .''juvt-rile Reform. Relating specifically ing and stimulating quality that pop- yet been offered to the trade.A .

1 objection Mr. Watson that was Mr.on Calkins his feet was with out of nj I preceding day. Ee said that the first (i t o juvenile courts, and tonight a meeting j ularizes their use. IOC. plug of Schnapps is more

come 'amendment, to which the gentleman will be held at the Baptist church
order and there was some little discussion > j The of tobacco economical than a much j
quality depends larger
repre; who had preceded him had offered no I 1 to formally organize an association :< IOC.

between them as to what the f In. .... __ _. __ _
ernor 1-.L 1- .L 'L 'L 'L :here
: avJrtuvts. irui ; in the interest of Juvenile the and the of tobacco. Sold .t.j
samee proceedings of the day before in regard Ull IJLTC star t KIGLAJU iiaustated Refonn.1 much on curing process plug cheap at 505
they favored
including I A. iB

passenoon Mathews to the after matter listening really to a were brilliant Mr. j Mr. Carter author of the house resolution !! I,I kind of soil that produces it, as ex- per pound in 5c. cuts. Strictly 10 -

the piKni ,< argument in parliamentary law from 'die the, which general merely provisions made of mori-the first spa: ;j THE CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY. i! pert tests prove that this flue cured and 15 cent plugs. :

the forces in which several
opposing I Ii
the jit was like "giving the committee J| '

restigEscai joined ruled that Mr. Calkins was in '!'whistle and then telling them not toj j, The object of this state organization j I j

from order the and table put the the motion motion to to take recon-up'blow it.! to instruct the committ,)ito to receive and provide for destitute !j R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COM:: IPAXY, WINSTOX-SALEM. N. C.

tor B ma!:.- .1 thorough and complete m-'i
neglected ift treated, abandoned -*"
sider. Mr. Wilson of Hernando. and ; and t -
resolebeen vestigation. and then take from them A ( - -- ---.- -. -. 1
: 1 --
others, requested a roll call which was ;'orphaned white children, legally given i FAVORS HIGH LI- --- J

ordered, and the motion prevailed bya the means of doing so. It seemed to ''to the society instruct CENSE. ,! ....1.......+ ... .... ...... .4..+....+....44444 ++$4 .
Carte that it ; them in man-
Ihim was due to the administra- i> 4Rev.
vote of 3J a>vs to :9 noes seven be- 1
unani ing absent or not voting. !ition=he used the term advisedly t!',ners. morals the truth of religion and Ira i William A. _Wa>>,-,n, r..rtur o' ', OGAlAS BIG MAIL ORDER HOUSE.
resole the chief executive of the state and ; !iml'Dts of education: to seek suit-i,, 1. : i
The motion was then made to recon-1.;i 'able I race Episcopal church at Ru emadi i. .' -
did q his associates the board of trustee s family homes'h -rt> they must be!| .

wereagainn sider the concurrence with the senate i i i of the internal improvement fund I!treated as members of the family. lalrtg i Island did something recently + .

amendments and on this for nearly an I* t
amongst the highest official? in the[ ,maintaining a wise supervision over tha is going to mal the go')'i old : ii i- :
hour the batte of in I
truth ',':state the chief executive having in a ,them, to see that th..yire equipped tow sit up and take notice fr ;t longme. i G.D.
the first round, raged more and more. : with HOGANH? ;
sible, special message asked for this invet an education that will tit them ItiI He hill .
Whether or not it w ata coincidence. I'Ifo rhfe announced df! as being
impea gation, a* well as being due the pea : I ,,9
or whether it was exactly the same n the side of those whu want-ii 4iverhead
to -
Character-Christian e
not i and > '
pie of Florida, to make a thorough investigation nonsectarian .
alignment, is immaterial, the to
A in the other side, theirt'Siitt'nn' ;'nterdenomenauonal and hu-I!Ri take her place once neon :' Having the .
t purchased saloon
take up from the table the motion to .4 property formerly
nieasthor in attempting to defeat the mane ism uong the ranks of "enlighten-d :
reconsider was exactly the t'amas ; operated by "W. J. McGrath
: and
second senate !! Auxiliary-To the National improvements -
amendment might Society.Ipl many 1
; a ces of human
the fist test of ...tnngth.T k & o.1 t : abode; whey.any
er, oMagat construed to a federation of twenty-six! tate so.cieties. on same I am -
imply that they; wt-rel j 'I now prepared to handle ,
in connection with the n-solu-I rson ..
same pel may buy a drink without br ..ikg -
afraid something would be uncovered, ii f mail orders with the ..
tion. It seems mfjst likely to habeen I I [i in the law. greatest facility. The large va-
Free :
Support will
ida i -
b gifts.
[ y the investigation if the committee!
a coincidence, because a number who j : rietv of brands of Whiskies Wines \
bout I were given the necessary powers. ![ Memberships-Benefactor membership ;11 r. Wasson wrote what he hail t., Beers, Etc., now : 'j
fensegress wt'rprt""t"nt at the first test of is $ldO in one five annual in- t carried enables to fill
or me the
order of
Mr. say on the 111
trt'ngth"t re absent today. I Ree-s?, of Escambia. opposed re- subject to a Rherhadwspaper. everyone on

Mr. Calkins spoke several times on consideration, deeming the second: ,stallments. De' It took two columns of short notice. The premises are now fitted especial .. ,) f
ofS : I : Patron membership is J50 ia. one or up
the motion. mo>t of his remarks in the ,I amendment...... necessary to give the rom- '''five annual installments. It hat journal's space to tell what he t: Iy for this class of the business, and your orders will i f
rparliamentary adl'quatepowers.,
first place bring directed toward the at the same I
articlfl ,time j 1 I Life membership- is $25 in one orfive ought of drink and to say where be filled the same day they ore received and
side of the question san? he did not believe there i shipped j.
I t
Anyappeal : installments. hisApr banner would be found plant.-d on the first train. In
though he strongly opposed authoriz- was a more honest" citizen of Florida: on : your next order include
,than Annual membership is a yearly contribution 16. when Riverhead is to :
In? the joint committee to employ governor Broward. the
nail| f'of th board of trustees. ;: of SI or upward. out to vote whether saloons shall be 1
counsel to assist in the proposed investisMtion. j i Hogan's XXXX.
any i Headquarters and office room 3, U rensed to sell whiskey or on seli- Rye
)tr. 4
holding: as expressed by :\lr.1 Farri.s ol DuvaL made a yen'
reclan ;Astor Building Jacksonville it without ,
C.utf'r. Alaohutt.. author of the house ;:eloquent speech in favor of reconsidjeration. -| ingH as "ginger. :
the pshoal| | Officers and board of directors: : ., said in so many words that his The Best Goods on the Market T
resolution that therwere .
| enough law- Kiyinsr that he himself would Li|i rri"idi'ntv. Wm. E. Boggs. D.IYOI wouldn't be cast in j
jvrs in th.. two hou pros MD-;] LL. D. "t:he dear. good '
women of the W. ( i
(lull initl were cor.tinued. and he believes the G D.
over ;: VicePrMdents-Hon. D. U. Fletcher T. U." He wants to be done with the I HOGAN I
". ]
Watson 01 Dade opjMietl thno- ::legislature and the people nt .Florida'f'It
Red W. M. ('umm r, Dr. R. IL Dean. -b nJOcra.c}" of a "co-license" town .
the ::;aneway.. that the Pt"OPI.had' t
passelfor St'Creta1'-charl IL Smith. w lich has ruled Riverhead and
already gory on record against thecheme. i Ocala
j( j Counselors-Mayor Judge W. IL Da- hose Florida. i.\1
w "dryness, het<*?U has produced -
but this different ,
was a .
refort k..r. W. J. Bryan. i as tipsy and
many persons perhapsore.
FURiOUS iTCHING The UglsLiture to'
the s| G was voting. j Board of directors-Judge M. A. Ire than would have been the case s t..
nlp4' counsel to assist in
stateblind] an 1O'e-s-1|Dzialyn ki. JII.. McLaurin. Gear-t'lhal: ) :l saloons been open and subjected i Oldest House '
ugauon wherein Whiskey in Central
| nothing had been adplutvd j|W. Wilson. t"XGoV'. S. Jt'nnings.lto j > proper state legal regulations.The I Florida. :
l tn show that counsel-he called i t
rt1 soliscnatf lCol.; E. C. Long. R. \ Covington. C. II. t41s
HUMOR ON CHILD i attention to the word being in the! minister is loved in RiverhadT . ... .. ... . .. .. ... ...
]Barnes Charles Benedict, Rufus A. to his common sense. He has one of I .................. ,
was necessary, and fur which I
In !I]Russell W. R. Fuller Thomas Dowll'ins. the most important charges in the
-i."ne> w.tulJ have to be voted fro I
atorPark E. P. Groover. Hon. W. A. Bkmnt. community and a following which
th.' general fund of the could'1
state it ]Dr. EL S. Crill Capt. W. J. lUlhnan. IL d des in-//
Bleeding Sores Covered Her Whole i inu he taken from the internal ire- :, as many outside of his .;;
noun I gat as. are it He \ot-d I Ipainst
| Body After an Attack of Measles :;II"'Uh'nt fund but would have to be i
Nob To aid the state in this benevolent the prohibition

wen -Nursed Every Night for Three ,,1-e-ipie; "u\e.'. by The direct committee taxation could upon hold the Ii!work local auxiliary boards are organ- >ring when they made eh.iulat Ri\'t'rh'ad'j j I' 1EXaaESS t

man': Weeks-Nothing Helped Her. ii...1 n the amounts to be paid derieaa.sistaits. 1 !iltvs in cities and towns. -dr y" by fifty votes. This election n- !
grand j While Mrs. C. S. B.
Haney. state asserted recently he would
but the fees of counsel gt out ;
twehj ;agent was in Ocala she formed botrd'anj
a l make an active ,
i.mld campaign ia:n-t
be amount
regulated only by in- ;
(duct THEN CUTICURA ;.;consisting of the following I't.'preseDtapro .
MAKES \ '>hed. and by the responsibilities :
jectsjchisel as1 \ citizens of Ocala '
Mr.j Wasson said in his lett. r. tt'have
COMPLETE CURE IN 5 DAYS "i.1! : ' Local Board-Judge Richard Mc'iConathy. beard from the no-liccn.' ; '
+\ be \l"->1'- ;
great indeed. llr.: j PpEDA10j
Watson .
publi< president: R A". .
Atkisson ove r and over again during tl:>- !r.'years .-* ; 1

were | "It is in mv opinion mv duty to join 'XI'f1c'SM't? in the the opinion tnat no tee forat vice-president. C. C. Carroll vice: i I have been a resident h-r.j j LOTS IT If, AI
nu-y inv>--stigation! would
tees: those who praise the futicura Reme ; pr.- ident: W. H. Dodge l.'epresit' There' has been only .
i'1'i \
dies After J.'rt anti ask'ni Mr. Far '
if h .
my granddaughter of about i-
eleveftho 'd'>nt. G. H. Harri '.
< : :sentation of the question. Xj tinh..,'" 99'
: be that
hex"t.11't'ars had a member of o'lnnuitt
\& -W.: D tarn secretary: J. C. Boozer.'r ..
been cured of then ,. would iici;ent to an agret1nt in', attempted publuly to refute ti-; ,a-
prod I' i. : *>a>:ev ?he was tre eMoritonau furs.
\ to which Mr Far-
f _
booksmiss i/ >R attacked about! a ('advlo''r'! : R. L. Anderson legal adviser.e : refute thT: statements.' gTh .\' '. \ ,
fortnight nrepue1 that no the attorney in viii .
in 1 .l r,! a furious, itching ,.t: Florida auld b' willing t.. Z. c. i'r.iinbliss.: S T. Sismink. Fran ,bttn trivet and aggressive TT'goo ,'
Specs 1 1 /fk l and painful erup 'rule in a.hame >Hirri-.. T. Friar, G. (.'. < 'n>'n. in such a n.ttt.'fIr. ,
: '
Tal tion all over her \\ the .
ar sur children .f Marion .
( ; .
th"uh deprived by wicked ;
11.1e1\'illiacalled: his ni > f.priI. ,
body, '
the I,+ espmialtFxupper aT-nt.jr. tth' 0 t-'Uhiy areafe in such y. tvY ,
< i-a- .r' the frantr.-t1. ha'i h n'. s r
sessi part! I tn.i.tIit oeuKi! not be br"ug) __ .t ; #
J It.I'J' *ormin"tre .. them-el\-! be not a \e rat beirn.! t"
) .
.; Ji >:ate w >tn jc .n..nt ofthe 'd R r
t I lltPr'andbJtoed- ,must sk''ir.i!? ; polnKjan: in their anil.t\
legislature replied' ,
anti Mr h
\ i : "S sorte. irn> J _
especially ....
J i to for their 'ket. In r
under the the: this sties tnbut that the get.It. faitj j
ate aAte arni$,of considerable size She suffered ,(wiiuld! bt *n an a''u! 'sitn If. >having tdte 1 h"M tiiai! tre Christian. grac.' aboundsVr i hail It not "i'een f?r the.ryot'd: wo-j jI I
a great deal and for three \ > !'-' .I.riry is ,
< n. that \\h
weeks t 'n
wnunt't1 "
n'tn th! b-> ton[ would hafnB..n out
authorised j CHAS
her eernjght. using all by leeislatu r.' olui-tr.. We -- BLUM & COMPANY
the t'lro:
: t" Lan 't's -n th. r"\lI.ji '
j jmitu .
.. of tht -license- .
remedits we could 1 think l!. Xothing !.is otMtimKti to rniltt.C! un..1.! it .. mvt.meit long 2gnT ,
Of : \ t.) md1.I .
would help.Ve then remembered >h<-uld ret'u-.e to their : ,. Y hayapprupriatel the ti-rrr i r I
pay lains. Mr
eoun v having heard) so much about Cuticura >++Id! all tt"narnt'f1 piety .' t Jacksonville Fla.I
Kem>dk's't'St'llt R.'p?tUu briefly to Mr: KaTiil -. ,- "L'hf.t!! for :?-
: them and after \ selfish scheme, vain
pear a
pretense ,,
enty-four hours wt-noted considerable i Uining t" tee house that t:{- r..soh- :that ail ' not believe in heir' I j
the t I Where r f4ter is n t. can there be ---- __
impro\ement. -- -- ,_ __
aud. '
after using only one : u<>:! did iv,t carry with it a u. jpp>- 'political \\vs are anti-Christian or ;

periothe complete: >et of the I'utieura llenjedies, anl O munfrttince't ,at least non-Christian. Thus our : .44...4...........
in five pration. that this mattrra' :, Io-// ..............
cousecume day the little one. I : This I moreover !hold, and dare ,license friends have ...... ........... I t
much for < gradually unconsciously -
ratter the
to our joy. had been ner.tirelycurt house to pass on late

it is and ha writ ir a lontj time. Mrs., :llr' Willis. of Levy said that if tamendments eWhatever Affirm where my rhyme may go ;; assumed the role of the I I WANT BIG Cf OPS THE
tvhicthe F. Kuefenachi things be ]IDEAL FErJTiLIZEfi
IJ F. IV 3. BakerstitCd. sweet or fair, ="better element. and this
were allowed to I {
stand i
Cal.! June he
: J3 and July :JO, 19O ." Love makes them so.
\'.,is afraid it would be gone unchallenged.Upon .
to :
necessary apjHiiut < i
the l ,Whether it be the lullabies OUR
another investigating two grounds I am opposed to BOOKS WILL TELL YOU J

ductsrecte tihlUIOR ON FACE .1 later date to investigate the special That charm to rest the nestling bird ]this no-heen movement. First. because :"FLORIDA'EGETABLES"A .
-y0r that sweet confidence
,. of sigbs. i co- "IRISH
counsel.Uoll believe" prohibition in alt its POTATOES' ook oa t

$5,2: Cured by Cuticura Remedies : call on the motion to reconsider And blushes without a word: :!forms is an infringement of fudam..n- 4 plete Eamiai on FiiDrida croP; "Soil Seed, Planting and Cultira- *.
The Whether the
t- dazzling and the flush
No Return in 20 Years. ,showed 3; ayes and 24 na}.. i tal human rights.:' Second because the tion Effect of Fertilizers
Or :
the Digging
core! I softly sumptuous "FLORIDA
The first amendment was concurredir garden prohibition plan in all its phases has J ORAXGESM-Book of and
gene "My son when a lad of sixteen, was bowers : :
troubled with humor his without opposition, and the roll was proved a dismal failure wherever it interest: to orange growers -
on face 1 Or
jutanTal and by some cabin door PINEAPPLEFERTIUZI.VGOI
after using Cutseura Reraixlie he was j.called on motion of llr. Reese to concur Of r or. bu>h has been tried. It has not accomplished : ; > **
freed from evenhumor and ha con !n the set.' nJ ..l:11cnJnett1)t1 rued flowers. ed avowed object W special interest to pineapple .
tined K to thtl cnt time after ( }fTis not the wide phylacterj" grower *
.ing aye and S Who are these people that
no. they
torts twenty year" have pa ed. Your Cuti- Nor stubborn tusk or started "FLORIDA STRAW BERRIES'
cura Soap has tvn used in my family This has been the most warmly contested pray should take it upon themselves: to fore- j S oklet "IDEAL FERTILIZERS" Book .
liter ( ers. on "S>il
for several years and I have faith in the issue yet reaped in this !.-g!::.!ajture. ;;That pin!: lemonade down my throat when Varieties Cultiyation all of our different brands analy- :
Cuticura Rraetiiex A. H. Smith make us saints; we jud*', th>, : and Kertilizatioo.; "
day.Ei Marion. Me., Dec. I. 1DOJ." I I and ore that has held the center I i I true -my whole being is crying out for the ses. prices etc. :

rd inILirt (twte Ekttrnat sad Internal Tl'I'atDf'tlt for I I of the legi--Uti\e stage from the rirsday t I By the fruit it bears, I real thing yew and revised edition of the above tWILSOH

E\ery Hun>r of Intsnt*. 1siM-eo and \doiti. ronWas ;| of the session.! !i ii 'And Away with this tomfoolery.-Redlands i just published, free for asking
el Cuiieun when a man live I
) > an 1:50) tV 6_ Uuin.. can apart
Cwieun Ointment (50c.)I" 1I/'S11t.. i This was the most important i I (CaL) Citrograph.Mr. .
.MLI IIL end cuuntf i
ion; > RMolrai 50c.l. of Ow II &
C'oaWdI'UbL .. \>ate in the house, and the hour of adjjourr.nent I -- TOOHER
tar prr cur"16111 w r. fr th afu" .,. -I: know the blood about his FERILTIZER COMPANY
IIty'Se &
\hlOU&boUI tAe rorftt t'UUH bt,; 4, lLtnl cut short heart Roosevelt very properly declnes!
.. the
Cori d P-t I'as -. !...r. b srsib routine J Is dru dust. i ,
4 :tar, Uw&Jri Wi 01110.:1: UJCiot'1, t(i la the senate the committee on tivay I to discuss Mr. Graves' trl'd! speech at JACKSONVILLE FLA.
'j -J. O. Whittier. the Bryan ,
Chattanooga banquet ;)........ ...
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l. M +.++.;- .............. ......................... Mr. M. E. Robinson "f Tampa, is i t,1 Mr. Walter Munden Weds Mrs. Croom Frost and Ice in April. 1':crop would not have matured before "5
at the Ocala Hous
"i 1 N4N.N.NNI ........ .......................... II I I! Curry. There was frost and ice Monday reported 'the rainy season and after that time

4 Mr. Walter I. Munden. of El Burillo the Florida, cantaloupe is worthless.
Mrs. Crosby and children of Mar in many places and it was the
Cigar Co., and Mrs.
Croom Curry,
: NYAL'S HOT SPRINGS i : tin are the guests of Mrs. J. W. Crosby -
I 4 fJn Ft. King avenue. I both of this city, were united in marI I coldest day we have had in April inI I I Mrs. Miller and Miss Williams to En A

; riage Sunday at S30; p. m., at the First many 'ears-f'Hhaps since 1849. tertain.;

Mrs. F. E. Crawford. of Montbrook, Methodist parsonage, by Rev. W. K. Fortunately, however as we tad had Mrs. R. Edward Lee :Miller and Miss ;
formerly Miss Cora Rawls. was among Piney The only persons present were Mattie Williams will give a reception -
the visitors to Ocala Wednesday.Thr severe winds and cold weather for
1ILOOD II the brother of the bridegroom. Mr. on Saturday afternuon from four to 'f
MEDY Wednesday' Clau.1 Munden, and Miss Lina Herring nearly two weeks the vegetable plants six o'cktck for Mrs. Ayer, of Atlanta '
i Times-Union of were in a condition to stand a good : and Mrs. McCollum, of Gainesville.The J
pnlll'd in full Mr. Bt-aru's perch on Messrs. James Herring and Arthur deal of cold and many of" them have reception will be held at the residence -
j .o----- thr repeal of the fifteenth amendment. Brooks. After the ceremony, the party of Mrs. Millers mother Mrs. S.
escaped uninjured. This i
:(A. Standley. ,
,, enjoyed a dinner at the Gran Oriente
\lr. Arthur Williams is from Gabriella is true of the cantaloupe crop. We : .
J : is the best spring tonic. : up and the bride and groom left for At-
for a few days.! Mr. Williams have conversed with several people I
Death of Col.
4 4 iin the naval stores business in that I lantic Beach. After May 1, they will Cockrell.
: f and have seen an exhibition of the CoL A. W. Cockrell, of Jacksonville, tone
place. be at home to their friends in this city.
I vines and can state positively that of the leading lawyers of Florida, .

11: $1.00 per Bottle. 6 Bottles for $5.00 : !>r. J. W. Keller, -f Abbeville, S. c? t I'-Tampa Both Mr.News.Munden and his bride are they are only slightly injured. The father the nestor of Robert of the S.Jacksonville Cockrell. a bar justu and'.' j 1

i 3 j- in the city for a few days and Isthe j former residents of Ocala and the watermelons and beans cUd not fareso of the supreme court of Florida, died sat
f 4v guest of his relations. Mr. and i, ; well and it is estimated that these ; his home in Jacksonville Tuesday 1
: A A 9 Y Mr!'. C. X. Schlemmer. ,i above announcement will be of interest -. have | morning. He had been ill a short i
i 14 crops Injured forty or fifty
AT THE < 4 i!i here. The groom is. the youngest I! time and was seventy years of age. j
,Ii I I' et The Misse W.f.! of New York who!i ;son of Mrs. A. E. Munden who residM I]percent. I

4 4 f..r"v-ry! r.-.u'-i! in u :ala. are in the ;; 'ed in this city many y<=>ars. He is asplendil Fortunately the melons that have [ Who would have: thought that John

;" r f $% i for | ana h- and 11 been injured can be replanted and still :[ Templ.Graves would have \iolatii! J
: uty a few day \isit. a j'Miss young man Mrs. '
4 f c I !!'tha traditions and advocated a "thir-i!
.4 podr n (4 fiFilfY; I t irp %y I 1 Munden have the best wiruof their ;i mature in time for a profitable crop term?" Let us suppose that Mr. Roox- 1I

: : l JlliUd i &H t b u JI : Annie Maths wo.nt'n; fo'j many fri.-nds. The cuaLi F. nner extends and w suppose that many of the ]nomination.I I j

4 lr.dl..r Wednesday, afternoon to spend its congratulations and be"t.1 truckers will replant. I I '
'J ": ftt' days with h.-r brother and sis- wishes. Hart the t antaloupe-s be-n killed th-y I jGrav-s in? Will he go back on his!
144NN0 44Pi4 N+4 W9trPi44+44... ........444444424b0444 t> r, Mr. and }Ir... John Mathews. !, i, fhattan''Jra spvh and not upprt -4
if! 1J.-) 1 i coul'l not habeen replanted as the himDON'1 ? 1
.4$++444N444a04.4444$444.f44tAd4N 414t+

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for several months. His family' ]pretty Japanese play will be given a
< St58t H06)QQ GS9..e8fJeea :
LAND will probably join him there _later on. the armory in this city next Thursday

,. ,;;| ]night for the benefit of the civic league
., Mrs. T. K. Slaughter. :,ho has been i![ The cast nf characters: includt-
'..... If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or mat, in Ocala ill for the past ten days, hash I|some of the best ameteur talent of th- FAIL

or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing: ''returned to her home at Levon. Her,I[city and this entertainment will in all i I
friends are pleased to know that
very i :probability be one of the best things: 1| <
turpentining or lumber l'urpo e she is very much improved and almost j that has been given in the city in some j i
well again. I time. All of the parts will be taken I
Write I I I -.-" .. ,!|, by women (there will also be"eral i '. .

i to i i Miss :II. Byrd Wartman went to little girls taking part and in every detail .
I it will be thoroughly Japanese. The S To visit my New Department S
j Citra
yesterday to be present at the sil-
' u BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO': costumes and stage appointments will
\'tr"t"fldin anniversary i
;, of her brother ; show the bright and attractive colors I Store when I
'Il and sister Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wart-i I I \of Japan and the play will be in every you comeS
OCAL FLORIDA.LOCAL ;man, last night. I
i respect a most captivating one. to Ocala. We have been S

.j. --- '|j Heighst.Marshall will Heights soon be now known Lincoln as the j;! The= Dade City Democrat writes a : : this week I

AND PERSONAL. H. \Vhitvorth&t in town I j fashionable quarter for Ocala's swell i column article in praise; and defense: opening up a big
I yesterday and says that the cold did| ;! colored population. 'of Mr. George Wilson's democracy. It
Sheriff Henry Gordon has returned nut hurt his red Duroc Jer*; 's. HeadviMS : ,' seems to us that there should be n" = lot of -
I all his farm friends to da as, factionalism! among democrats in I
home from Tampa.Mr.
he has done and try the Durocs. !' One of the passengers on the Atlantic Florida. The two wings of the party'are -

I i Coast Line railway says that the I coming together in the nation and
and Mrs. 0. E. Koun and little I further down you go the worse the i indeed if Mr. Graves' supposition be 8 NEW GOODS
Mrs 1:. L. Burdine and two little ?
son are guests at the Ocklawaha Inn. I daughters arrived in Ocala Tuesday: ( vegetable crops look-that they really true there seems to b.a coalescing
:: [. look better in Marion county than in ; all parties, so why: should democrat
afternoon to join Mr. Burdine, who is
Mr. E. M. Howard is enjoying souvenir I the pharmacist for the Hunter: Drug: I,any other section of the state. 1 t continue to fight each other. Let's 01., e

g week at his place of business.Dr. company. They are for the prfSentgue I away with factionalism and come to- G .
gether. Editor Wilson
: a good dem-
ts at the Ocklawaha Inn. Mr. Eugene Cox. who now owns two
-, ,!ocrat. He has shown it all his ,
I through
fine drug stores, one at East Point ;
Horace Reeves of Inverness,
life. So has Governor
1 \.a;: among Tuesday's visitors in i and the other at College Park. Ga.. is |! is conscientious.Broward. The : F'ISHEL :
l governor There
Mr. L. Harrison, of Jacksonville attorney I in the city on a visit to his mother. is
1 Aala.Hir. fqr the S. A. L. railway and a I Irs. W. S. Pike. Gene has hosts of i: scarcely a newspaper in Florida that .
former member of the board of trustees -i[ friends in Ocala who are glad to see'':, has not said that he is conscientious.So .
l ) S. S. Savage, jr., of Candler has of the University of Florida, was, : him and who are exceedingly glad to : why cannot both factions in Florida it Visit My 5c and lOc Store .
4 0 lJtn :sending the past several days in Some together.t: an example for
a prominent visitor to the city TUes- i know that h is prospering J Ocala. day. I I the nation and put the party in a position .

Ai j c Mrs. E. L. McIntosh returned home'I' !!i Mrs. Virginia :Miller one of the b.stj j9tlS in to th>.win' glorouYit"tnry.l ;:in rlnation"in' .....e..8.f}. ............

' yesterday from a brief visit to Clear- The IJncoln Height's sales is creat-j !I i :
. i I ater. ing intense interest among our colored Crystal :' -- -- -- .- -- -.
------ -
people and those who save up money t
} place Tuesday afternoon after a few'week
and buy lots on the days of the auc-
Mr. J. K. Christian, of :Mclntosh. i[ ; illness. She was an aunt of
tion will do a good day's work. A '' A. r.AA\J
. was among the many business visitors Rev. F. 1 C. Edwards, of this ( in'. wh.
I home the soil and makes "
roots one to :
to Ocala Tuesday.The j' I went down on Wednesday to atun.l
goal dtizen bip.
the funeral and she '
i was a most -
j\ friends of Miss Annie Mathewswill ;. mable and splendid: woman.

; be pleased to learn that she i ir is A little son was born to Mr. and }
i! In the recent municipal election i'n'I Thos. H. {
: very much improved Mrs.home Joyce in the:Monday second morning ward. their andI i Gainesville Mr. Pinko on. who ha-: Keating

4 i been marshal of the University City
Mrs. Joyce are new residents of Ocala,
for't'rdl years was defeated f-T r--
Mr. Richard S. Hall has returned Mr. Joyce being the new soda waterman
I I ( Gainesville the peoole arpermittwl -,
home from a short business visit to at the A Monopoly drug store. '
to'OW for marshal In
Boston and New York. I j Ocala the people are denied this prniilee. -

Dr. and Mrs. Guy Ayer, Miss Bessie .) In a card printed in the Gaine--
., Mr and Mrs. Kenneth McPhtrson.f I | ville Sun of April 13 Mr. P. says that
; .,.).;:a... (> Mulberry are In the city the guests i Porter and Mr. Clifford Ayer went : during his term of office he"rt',1' Company
; -t the latttr's parents. Mr. and Mrs.' 'down to Lake Weir Tuesday afternoon i i the ordinances of the city. nsj .-\..r ,
I t..n II. Seymour. I to show tMrs. Ayer the beautiesof straddled the fence and always .-tooj

f -1 that section. They erturned yesterday on the side of law and ord..r.h..n
to Mrs. M. H. Stovall. who has been afternoon. an ordinance was passed authurizin : .
quite sick for some days suffering i ( the impounding of cattle he impounded Successors to Strauss & Co.
p from the attack of acute indigestion, them. He says he captured a gr-at }
I has completely recovered. Dr. W. V. ewsom, Dr. A. L. Izlarand many "blind tigers" and not tap
1 J" 1 Dr. W. II. Powers went down to i tured the animals but had them tn-1 l '

:Mr. John Dunn Buckalew. who hasbetn Tampa TUi'sdayafternoon to attend the In the courts and convicteti. :Mr
spending most of the season in 1 I annual meeting of the state medical as- Pinkoson must have been a model officer .
i cala and Lake Weir, will leave today !' 'iation. During the absence of Dr. ': and he says that those who } WHOLESALE DEALERS {
for White Springs Fla., and later on i I for him believed in the strict enfori > 1 LIQUOR
will return to his home at Jamesburg. f I Powers, Mrs. Powers and litle son will ment of the laws and inferential'!
N. J. be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank : that those who voted for his : J I Harris. : ful rival do not favor the strict .-n- '
i forcement of the laws and if Thih.- .
j Mr and Mrs. J. Q. Peacock will I true a majority of the vour .)? '-'. r'
1 shortly begin housekeeping in Mr. and l .'sister city seem to be on th.'r"lg-
4 Mrs. W. T. Crutcher's home on South II I The Hunter Drug company resembled end of the string. Those who bel.j is"\ Ocala Florid
j Second street and Mrs. Crutcher will a store in some metropolitan city j In a lax: enforcement of the law'to -.- < ,
last night. Under the reflected light
to spend: the summer :
to Kentucky
go I be in the majority in the Unnrsity -
r with relatives. | of many colored electric jets was soft'and
!' delightful music and the tablesI _
I were crowded with Ocala's beauty and '
! Mr. Bradford Webb of the StandardLime 11 I chivalryIt certainly presented a Mr. J. E. Roach and Miss Agnes Rog- RYE WHISKEY. 'SPECIAL: CASE WHISKEY.
of Kendrick. was a P-r 'I..' .!I--1 FOUR
company i pleasant and animated scene and one ers to be Married in May.
pleasant visitor to our office yesterday: that can nowhere be duplicated in anyFlorida i t.tRyt> . . . . *1 ",", Per ViBottle.
S. ,, Whitworth.. with his red Du."il I Announcement has been made .f the R-il Rook . . . .1 _
.l-Ik. interior city. It is now the Rye
i .ruc Jerseys hogs. Mr. Webb has some- fad to have ('t' cream parties'' and engagement of Mr. James E Ro.un. Kevstone . . . . : QUART tI1. Isle . . . . .* .;'J

_,.hin\\S; that neither the cold or droughtVffei'ts. | last night there was several of theseparties. .of Jacksonville and Miss Agn.--= R-'g- ,3eile Isle . . . . .:.:." King of Kentucky . . . 7'i

"il He is In big luck. i ; ers of Clearwater the marriag tof Log Cabin . . . . :3." FOR .2 90 ('nel JoeStrauss . .ow . I.'JIt'
I Keating Pride . . . 3.'i-i $. Royal Reserve . 1.UD i
Mr J. K. Christian. who conducts a I !: cur in May. :Monogram .:; : We will send. ', old Maryland Rye ... . . 1." mercantile establishment at McIntosh i"apt. T. H. Johnson is a happy man. j Mr. Roach has for years represented .' I'nUe Joe .. .. .. . ....> express old Harvest Corn .. . .
f and Dunnellon. was a pleasant visitor ;, He says that he has thirty-two acres the Central of Georgia railroad 11 Pilgrimage . .. .'. . 4"" '' prepaid fnll quarts of Pilgrimage . . . Ltyu..;.

Wednesday. He says that when M t! in an orange grove near Lakeland that, | this territory and his friends are r.nly Fern Hill .I! I X L :I' arcade ". ". .. 1.5.
4 Florida trucker runs up against an unparalleil I were nearly perished for the want oft } Strauss' -.;v: ;I' Whit, Oak . .. . . L_,SCORN i
drought and frost and ice in t rain. They were all the world like limited by his acquaintance H- ha- .
a WHISKEY. ;! Hill . . . 1.51)
: April, he is up against two hard prop I man famishing from thirst and at onetime visited Ocala at frequent intervalr".r T-nr.tss Corn . .. . .$1.Ztt'FOR: 53.5TWe ( | Strauss' 76iOld ,. .. . . I.a 1'l
1 ositions. _____ he feared that every tree would ':, the Past eight years and i1; w-I!! a-: '* Xorth Carolina Corn . . 1.TjS'atesville ,Oscar Pepper (not to bond.1."',0j
j I ditll'.1t the rain came. the trees re- C.,."0) will I send expressprepaid j Planters' . . . ."Vi
J! Mr. .\. Y. Strunk has been a'aan j !j rived and when he went down to lookat favorably known throughout the -tat- '' l Mountain Corn ... ... . .-,5oM ( : 4 fall quarts of Black and White Scotch . :."!

the week erecting a windmill for Mr. them the other day the leaves tad '' Miss Rogers is one of the most popular Harvest Corn .. . . 3.m I . . . . 1-T5
I W. S. Priest, who lives about two miles assumed! the green. glossy appearanceof : young ladies in south Florida Slv. STRAUSS ROYAL,1It.ernon

west of Anthony. windmill serves a life appearance and were in of full the bloom.grove He was saysthe a :' was one of the young ladies who rp'sented ; > Swan Gin .. GIN. .. .. .. .S1-;>; 1 J RESERVE i: GIN.

j valuable turn on the farm. labor and isgreat beg a feast to his eyes and a delight to his ) Florida at the St. Louis ';xp:..- Tom Gin . . .. . . LtiI: i I Per Qt. Bottle.
and >
labor saver and higher as, windnuls I ht'art.I I j sition, navies won the first place 'r Holland Gin . . .. --0'Crown > : FOR $3.50We : London Dock Gin . . .S .a

will tomescame become more in demand. I I the Tlmf>S-rnion's contest in the ,=>,':th I II | : G11. . '" . . -.c,1)1 ;Tom Gin .. ;. . . 100
"Z i iI Perfection Gin ... ., . ... .. 3.00 . .
Wilson Cypress, a full blood Semi- I Florida district f will send full HollanderPhosphate : ,. . }!'JI)
4 I cole passed here on the train FridayI ; RUM. qts. Gin .. . . !..oJ
I .V mad dog was seen in the north > After the wedding Mr. and Mrs I j .
1'! end of the yesterday and produced morning last; on his way to Tampa for New England Rum ,f-.;;O OLDHARVEST Booth Tom Gin . . 1.311
quite a Word was finally sent I treatment for some physical disorder. ; Roach will enjoy a tour to New Yor'cI. Jamaica Rum ". : : : : 3.00 MALT WHISKEY.

I' to Mr. Will Moore at the gas works I He was accompanied by his friend !; Washington and the Jamestmrnxpn-! tir BRANDY. CORN 1!
Per Bottle
j Sheriff of Lee in whose : yt.!
armed himself with a pistol Tippen county : sition. and will be at home in Jacxsonville f
and he
shotat ?j charge he had placed himself to guard Blackberry Brandy n. . . $1.oThe;; best goods to be : Duffy's Pure Malt . . .ILOO
and went in search, but of did the not dog kill it. j him from the imaginary dangers of thee !' when they return. Apple Brandy . . . !.('H) had for the ,Bowman's . . . .. 1-00
several times rjjoney
it Peach Brandy . .. 3.0California .
The Seminoles, it is said will "
:; The dog ran in the direction of th [ trip.venture far from home unless under iI I i Cognac ... . . ..!)! 0 !! SWEET GOODS.
woods, so persons residing in thatsuction JEWETT-ANSLEY. < FOR 56.00' Per GaL
of the city bad better be oa I' the charge of some white friendin I WINE. Peach and Honey "a" gra>V $1.5 their guard. whom they have! conSJ",nce. Wilson i Cards were received in Ocala Tu.>*- : atawaba"Wine . .. S1.50 We will send express Peach and Honey "aa" gr..dc iOO

Cypress was dressed like a white man. ', day to the marriage of Mi;:* Ldcil Port Wine . . . 1.50 prepaid full quarts of Rock and Rye "a" grade . I-SO
Mr C. II. Mathis. of BlaeknUe, S. even wearin that abomination of civilization ; Ansley and Mr. John Sacdford Jwetr Blackberry: Wine . . . 150 ( Rock and Rye "aa" grade . :.00
who hastened to Florida when in- a derby hat.-Punta Gorda which will take place!: on the v- Shrrry Wine . . . 1-50: STRAUSS FAMOUS orange Brandy .*. . . 3-9*
-C. reached him of our sudden Herald. cuing of April the thirtieth at nine l Imported Port Wine . 4.I14.! Banana Brandy . . . 3.00)
,, fall in temperature was feeling de- .' o'clock at the home of the bride \' 1'1'1 if>'rtt-d Sherry Wine . 4!,.J 76" RYE Apricot Brandy .00
lghtfuUy'ell! yesterday when weaw The Consolidated Realty and Improvement mother. Mrs. Martha Thornton An- '
him. He said that he had just; re- company of Waycross. Ga., ley. in Thomasville. Ga. '
'urned from an inspection; of his cantaloupe of which Mr. J. E. T. Bowden a namewell i Mr. Jewett will be accompanied t.) |
fields near Martin and was known in Florida.. is general manager 1 Thomasville bhis brother. Mr ;
happy to report that they escaped un- has formed a close partnership i Stephen J wett. who will be his; best ,
injured. He said that he had also with the printing offices when it does man. and his; si ter. Miss Meta: Jewett i
j t) heard from his cantaloupe fields at i business and as a result has not yet Mr. and Mrs. Jewett will return to j .
Irvine and Williston and the same; failed to score a big success. This company Ocala directly after their marriase
good news reached him from these has: pictured success all over the and will be at home t.\ their friends )
7 places. Mr. Mathis al*> said that the I state of Georgia and expects to doth at the Dittmer residence on Fort ,
I beans: are hurt orJy slightly. Indeed! same for Florida. Read its ads. >. King avenue, which Mr. Jewett has Ocala Florida
Marion emerges from the cold spell and see how a live concern does busi- taken for the summer. ,
with flying colors. We hope so, at, ness. This example alone is worth a, Miss Ansley is a very attractive and :
least and hope also that all of our I great deal to our city and will inspirea charming young woman and is ex-1
truckers! will be rewarded for their toil, general awakening along all lines.Vamh 5. ceedingly popular in Ocala and it is aj"
end risk with bountiful crops an 9 big the pages of the Banner from aU/.r ft* rnt"' n''er1 r-crth"t AAAVWWAM l
prices. eay tit day. Ocala is to be fcr future n" i-. Ott

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t THE OCALA BANNER : i 1, The local paper should be found in

.1 i The New Orleans States makes thej'iI I:What is Going on In the Land of the I 1 The Nmber of Rooms and Cost to Ope- every home. No child should grow up .,

Grapefruit and' Pine. ignorant who can be taught to appreciate -
sam point on the remarkable speechof rate It. It is said to ERRYS
': FRANK HARRIS, Editor. the home paper.

'7, P. Leavengood, Business Manager. Temple Graves at the Bryan ;t I be the steppingr-stone to intelligenceGive

anniversary banquet at Chatanooga :; The Royal Poinciana hotel is an ad. your children a foreign paper
1 C. B. Foster is Dipping strawberriesfrom
'. as that made by the :Montgomery mirable place for millinery display. which contains not a word about any Seeds

", r Caloosa ,person, place or thing which they have
I,i;Journal which we reproduced in, our,'I DeLand orange proves are still pro- Xone could be better.It never seen or heard of. and how could prove their worth at barrtst

i! which is the hotel in world tune Alter o.sryye& f
columns. j''ducing oranges are commandinga largest the expect them to become interested rosnccef
.:! I I j>. the) arc pronoa.na4th
Th- Journal called special attention high price.Oakland today although tte Pennsylvania Railroad ? be and ,'
sure by carefoicrs
to th- fact that the reckless disregard ,]j, commenced shipping potatoes hotel which is to be erected I J But let them, have a home paper p'a: e rerwhere.. Voar
last week.
of tn.- amenities of the occasion and |: 'read of people whom they meet and dear! sells them 1507 Sad
; Chase & Co of Miami. Jacksonville. over the new terminal between Thir-l'I II
rtXprr--rf-d surprise that Mr. Graves ,j jIvniM I know of places which they are familiar Annul f'te on roqueit.

haw been guilty of so grave an jand Sanford. are shipping nine cars of ty-first and Thirty-third streets and'j'I and soon an interest, is awakened D. U. KERB X ro.NOTICE. .cr.I"I14:

oftVn- against the proprieties. The i tomatoes a week. Seventh and Ninth avenes in New I II which increases with every arrivalof !
j Simmons Bros. of Estero I
y Stat.aft.r saying that the sugges- n York will be much larger the Royal i the local paper all tbeir lives an,l If
0t ''shipping' some fine beans but the (
tion of Mr. Graves meant "a policy of :i : long they become intelligent men and Rumen ,, -
Poinciana is 934
Ii dry spell ruined their : feet long, put if the)1)
bd.-t- surrender" and after declaring. crop. a credit to their ancestors and
Notice -
\V. T. Knight of Homestead hascomenced wings and extension were stretched j is hereby given eggs: oJn taft
that "of all the absurd and wild theories j strong in knowledge of the world -
27th day of March 1907. TV
--- ----- that have ever been proposed in !: shipping his crop of tomatoes Out straight its length would equal'severa Western Publisher. i S.....
i. and last week doing business as T. W. Smith .I: C 0..
sent out .+iH) crates.
FRIDAY APRIL 19. 1907. regard to democratic polities this un- I New York city blocks. You 1
transferred and for
assigned t!
J I M. A. Marshall it a"M
a prominent
---- --- -- questionably caps the climax. the of can walk two miles in tbe corridors Turpentine Notes of Interest. :fit of his creditors all of L.s p
i shipper vegetables at Dania is ; \
States adds: The forest fires through Valdosta '
The war between Honduras and i arranging to send his crops north.A. i without repeating or going out of 'to the undersigned, as assign a...
"But Mr. Graves is nothing if not
f section are still burning and creating I!jail creditors who reside in '
has demoralized the banana G. who the stile It
C Nicaugura ,spectacular. Hence he mistook a banquet Lyles has one of the doors, and the cross halls are 2S0
, trade. 'i largest grapefruit groves in the Terra great losses. The fire which started i Florida are hereby notified to at.iwith .
t hall for a party convention, and feet wide. The main piazza facing
|Ceia district sold a car load of his in the T. II.: Smith woods last week { me their respective claims prop..erly .
[disturbed the amenities of the occasion Lake Worth is 650 feet long and fifty :
ICs. .|!fruit for JI.OOO f. o. b. ate its wap up and down the Withla- sworn to, within sixty dabs fr ajtbis
A bill is before the New York legislature -' by being generous at Mr. Bryan'sjexpense. feet wide. The main part has six'
; I Titusville feel coochee riven ten or twelve miles. i, date: and all creditors whir hone
growers good _
over a
to prevent the killing of quail j It is not necessary to discuss -:II' stories and the principal wing is'
ii .very good rain. It came just in time Another big deal has just been consummated i,beyond the state of Florida arc ut
until the year 1910. the grave breach of decorum involved seven stories high. There are 16.000+
!to save the vegetable gardens and the in Florida turpentine lands I fied they must file their claim a;ata &
in such a suggestion at such a..; electric lights in the building. Thel'i:
I i next years orange crop. whereby A. D. Patterson of Jacksonville said assignor properly *"'ora .\ ,
time. and in such a place and .
presence. company makes its ice. I.
j own
Just one rain in Florida-and not avery ti from E. H. Tom- within four months from this da "
All the orange trees throughout the has acquired I k+.
This will suggest itself to all 'i
i dining room which has the f.
big rain either-was estimated to iDeLand! sections are unusually heavy linson: the latter's turpentine farm at I I March :27, 1907.
well-bred people. Even had the sug- form of the letter "H is the ;
: largest
e have been worth Jl.000.00. (Iwith ; is I S. H. BUTCH.
!! blossoms. The recent rains prac- Villa City. The purchase price
I Igestion' been reasonable and sound to be found in any permanent hotel in j
::1' t.- i itically make a good crop certain.C. said to be $$75.000 Savannah Naval II 330McIVEK \iSiP .
!consideration for the occasion for the the world. It has floor
a of 2S.-IJ!
One of the counts for damage space ._
O. Newton reports that he has or- .Stores Review. ....
of the hosts and for the dis- 'I
feelings 3S9 feet
; square and will f
seat 4.600 j !
. t against the Times-Union, filed by the ders for five irrigating plants. The-
111 i jtinguished guests whom they had I people. The kitchen and pantries
governor is that he was called a "po-I farmers in the vicinity of Kissimmeeare I TURPENTINE. !
e \ litical dreamer.-Lake City Ind r. gathered to honor would have forbidden have an area of 17.136 square feet. I I and Id l'L..4 I J
taking kindly to irrigation. -
its utterance there. The provisions cost an of! ,
average !
h -.- Ward & :Mosely: have ordered an irrigation It has been discovered that turp"'n-Ii.I
:Mr. Graves himself seems not to I I $ .50tj is'
day. The
per daily roll !
a Plans have been for a pay
F prepared i
/jhave been unconscious of the impropriety plant for their grove at Waco. tine has wonderful virtues.
t [ handsome new fire station for the :Miami The has fine of $1.2uO. There are 2,400 employes \ i.-
fire department. The building of his conduct as in an editor- grove a crop fruit including 400 dining room waiters. 100 I Moths will leave it if it is sprinkled ,
which they hope to from the
save dry
ial in the Friday. Mr. Bran (
Georgian ) cooks and kitchen help, 100 bell boys'] about.
e will be of reinforced concrete. and ?o weather.
was given high praise for his mag-1 j II
I thirty baggage porters. The men Turpentine and soap will remov
is t designed that it will have few equals Charles T. Wilson. at the beginningof I
Inanimity on the occasion. It declared I j I employes come from New York Philadelphia I ink stains from linen.
1 ; anywhere in the state. !
( the past winter. cleared a piece of
:that Mr. Bryan never shows to greater Baltimore and FUNERALDIRECTORS.
Washingtonand Clean gilt frames with a .
------- ground for a track farm and is now spongemoistened a
ei Now that Hon. T. Albert Jennings., advantage than upon these occa- are mostly colored. The chambermaids -| in turpentine. j
b !' j selling produce the markets of
sions. which touch his magnamity and
'r Is practically in the gubernatorial. i Brooks-ille. and laundresses are mostly'!; It will exterminate roaches if'sprinkled

e race, it is up to the Pensacola papers i rare, unselfish temper. !! Harry Jones of the firm of Genochi- white and are brought from New ., in their haunts.A .

.e to see what that "T" stands for.Vauchula .- I i THE OCALA BANNER. I Joces. fruit and vegetable commission /England. The company brings its! few drops on a woolen cloth will -- -
help down from New York Have full -. ll'k 4)f r.rtii>. 1'.teti
on a eclc
stand s .
1., \ Tedegram. "T" might I dealers of Kansas City. Mo., is in :Miami clean tan shoes nicely.A
ial train and it costs $30,0+k) and Burial Outfit.tvrn; s. \
to get | few added the water in
for turpentine.The drops 11
pI to
.:- The Ocala Banner claims the diStinction ; baying tomatoes and other truck Burial services.
the help here before the hotel I
J boiled
--- i I! for his house. opens. which clothes are will whiten
of being the oldest newspaper t!
;; The employes have to tbeir
New York Produce News says The shipments of celery from the pay own 1 them.:
tL ;' in the state. Forty years ago i>: expenses home and a portion of their Embalming to Order
there is a famine of vegetables in the ; Sanford district is at its height. Last ; An equal mixture of turpentine and I

13 New York markets caused by the ,It was established. It has been a witness ':week eighty cars left for the northern wages is withheld by agreement to ;}linseed oil will remove white marks I

IL -drought in Florida and the cold weather and has taken part in the trans :markets. As many as eighteen cars i be forfeited if they leave before the !.from furniture caused by water. I

l of the south. ; end of the season.-Jliami News. II i Ivory knife handles that have become HUBER
in other
portions formation of Florida from an unexplored ,,'have been shipped in a day. I I
e ti i I yellow can be restored to their
---- wilderness into one of the fair- ; The Dyches & Clay tomatoes and

ili I Editor William Randolph Hearst ,est state in the Union. The paper has 'cukes at LaBelle are doing fine in Wants the Office of County Treasurer ,1 former whiteness by rubbing with turpentine BY VILEY.1st .

'l,It; ,; has brought suit against the New been the fore in every crucial epoch|spite of the long continued dry spell. Abolished. ::1llclnto j j Helmet dam by Hstusllt

11 ,' h. Fla.. April 14. 1907. [ Carpets can be cleaned and colors | by 1..11.gta..
t Times for $5+10,009 damages.; Bringing1s :that has> occurred in the state's internal ::They made their first shipment of I A dark bay horse of
. good speN
= against newspapers is becoming management and development :cukes Tuesday. To the Editor Ocala Banner: ::1 restored: by going over occasionally I and :action combining the best trot

n a fad.Governor. :for the last forty years. It has been a L. B. Skinner of Dunedin. is a be- Will you please tell me why Marion :with a broom dipped in warm water}[!ting blood with she: best to"wvtg:

h __ in which a little turpentine is added. !
hover in irrigation for I bred.
. witness and active assistant in the entrance orange groves. county could not do without a coun- ,

. Eroward has entered suit of every railroad that is now About ne-thir of his growth is under ty treasurer as well as Clark county, Turpentine can in a very fey r5. j! A sure foal g.-er. pr\d'lcr.l taxi!

ea for $50.000 against the Times-Union ,operating in the state. It has seen the irrigation and these trees show no I(Kentucky. The Sun-Sentinel published ornament mot any ordinary man withji I,,saddle and driving \\.JrWi. A. .. sat -

for libel. After all the free advertising Star Router fade away into the dim 'effectof the several nrf-nth of dry I;, in Winchester. Ky.. in reporting the diamond studs and finger rings. t It is discovered that this pine fluid I i speedy drivers.
he has received from that paper, past and his place taken by the belching weather. I i proceedings of the fiscal court-this
st his action should seem very unkind.I .- W. L Xuli. of Oak Hill has beeen 1 has wonderful political virtues and !i Terms of service $"?" p-r one ,4' .'
seething steel monster of the [court we call the board of county i.Ot'
vice $ with :
I more than one man is it to -V"\
' I Punta Gorda Herald. rail. It has witnessed the displacement shipping '"o't'I")" ni
e lawyers They have the editors switch that tic used in making his ; shipments from Wauchula :Blank agreeing to pay the conty $150 .'another Sun even greater it claims I J REED

s beaten to a finish and nobody pupils assimiliate m. The rude tog'the past week wer heavy. but not I per year for the office. Mr. Blank te .than any other Sun. The editor of this j II
St orb his j A gray jack six years oMI :
i blames them.-Punta Gorda Herald. school house: and the unprteentions'!near as large as they have been. The give good bonds etc. That is $150 add- ;,new sputters personal pronouns from last tali booe
Kentucky good
g cabin of the settler have passed by in quality of the stuff going out is infe- ,ed to the revenues of the county instead '. in a breezy, flambouyant and j[and active. A foal gntt-r.
cl - --- j very proven
( before the of the rior. Cukes form a good portion of of i grandiloquent manner. and speaks of j i
ii A notable recent event in St. Peter :forgetfulness gaze paying the 5 per cent commission ; producing colts good enough to I*

Saturday Banner to make way for the modern ;;the shipments. for receiving and 5 per cent. J himself in a way that is refreshing as 1{shown at the fair in Lexington. Ky.
burg was the banquet given i
ea buildings of today and their comfortable ':1 I The bean and tomato crop in Deer- ,for disbursing the county money. I an equinoxial gale !last fall.

1 ('. Sibley.evening of Congressman Pa.. whose Joseph winter equipment The Banner can field district has suffered much from (I rather think the tax payers would .I! "Be Thou Fierce, ily Spirit" he im- Billy Reed was by Baughoua *

tell you some interesting stories. It the dry weather. It is uncertain ;like to see a change like this. It would ]plores. I ijack. 1st dam Edna by big Foa .
home is in St. Petersburg, in honor
la .can relate episodes of the days of1::whether' the rain came in time to save extend the school term or buy books I As he continues he grows more se- j]jack; 2nd dam Parley, by Para'*
of his I
p friend Congressman: Stephen reconstruction. the crime of ';3. the::them. Eight cars of vegetables are for several schools. !raphic. "Be Thou :lie Impetuous j Billy Reed is half brother to the Bait
'til Sparkman. of Tampa. : I One!" he cries j jack the best UaI."O.11
out. mule
from here to April I jack in
shipped up
.fight for IS to I. the freeze. pestilence. I want to suggest that your boardof

/c The Ocala- Banner in a strong anitunan"'t'rablt' disease, political fights and many other( According to the last issue of the trade make a little study of city Warming to his task he makes the Ji county. Ky.Terms of.
r I following : service $i.isi per "; mgu
to editorial on the freedomof interesting points that are gone and to ,St. Petersburg Independent tomatoes government and take Galveston and prayer service, $10.00 per service wi'h; pr: .

se the press unwittingly gives out a the most of us forgotten. I|in the low lands were killed by the Houston, Texas for their first lesson. :j "Drive my thoughts like a throbbing. I liege of return as often as is aer-.-J

j plank from General Gilchrist" platform The Banner is4"ii daily weekly and 1:cold wave on Monday and Tuesday But I fear this would be like the coun- II]pulsating" engine through the universe -'sari within sixty days after the r #

( should he run for governor. The Sunday paper. Its weekly edition bas i nights. This is the second time for ty treasurer matter-it would do away ;service. $15.&) to insure a tail; k)

Or a Banner expresses his views exactly. '12: pages of newsy news. The Sunday ,this year that the unprotected tomatoes with some office-holders the officeholder I Nov. here is unchanged lightning i stand and suck.

S Punta Gorda Herald. :edition has 8 pages. It does job and I] have suffered. and the politician make a':and loud thunder gathered in a heap!!| Service money due for either huMor

te 1 that threatens to cast into j jack when first -n4rr.
The drougth at Deerfield was broken the shade service i#
:book printing and bids for your pat- J strong combination for the tax payer
id --- .ronage. :!; last week by'a good rain. The rain to fight. all! lesser lights.; !!ed., Except when bred r., mvr? a 1

ol Salomon never said a wiser or truer .colt, then service fee i::. i The editor and owner is Frank Hari i i would have done an immense amountof Yours truly.S. -- -- -
tat thing than this: '.\ merry heart doeth Why Was the Woman Taken From the'colt meets requirements or w sea! the
'tis. Sara Elizabeth Harris is local editor good if it had not been followed by .' H. GAITS KILL. ,
n good like a medicine, and a broken Rib of Man? J mare is parted with or bred t.> anus
and Port V. Leavengood is business -|a very cold wind. which beat and tore !r er horse or jack.
r spirit drieth the bones. That's a good
\ manager.-Seaboard Industrial;:the vegetables considerably. THE DAWN OF PEACE. .j Lein will be retained on rot fcr
rld sentiment tH print on a card and hang The editor of the Taxas Goliad !
.Review. Although many sections of Florida i service fee.
to up where you can etit every day.- ; I Guard gives beautiful reasons why the
i i
have suffered considerably from dry! Put off put off your mail 0 kings. |' :Mares will be kept oa at
ii Milton Index. rib and not some other part of Adam's
:The Woman's Edition Still Receiving; weather. Bay View and vicinity are And beat your breast to dust ;$3.00 per month. ;
-- -- -- -- body was selected out of which toj!
stock will
j make tbMWDt
reu Compliments. (j uninjured. The pasture fields are Your hands must learn a surer grasp !

Senator Beard has introduced a bill' Last Easter Sunday the ladies of ijgreen' and strawberries are ripening Your hearts a better trust. fashion Eve. season at Dnngaman farm. one ant
un' in the senate to disfranchise I The Texas editor says: one half miles west of Oranz-! Lak',
negro the Episcopal Guild in Ocala acted as i :and the orange trees are white with ,
.lv and Governor Browara "She was not taken from the head t i about two and one half mi, :> Joit.l
wants ;editors and publishers of the Banner'blossoms. The nightly heavy mists: O, bend aback the lances point. west of McIntosh
t' them sent to land all to them- lest she should rule over" him: nor|
away to take the place of rains. New !
and did themselves credit. It wasa seem And break the helmet's bar:
is selves Let an appropriation be made from his feet lest he should trample 1
paper of twenty pages with a great:!York Produce News. A noise is in the morning wind. S H. GAITSKILL.
se to purchase them plenty of watermelon upon her; but she was taken from his :
interesting articles all written But not the note of war. '
U I 8tf
uli seed when they start.-White side that she might be his equal from ;> Mclnt.i.-h .1
by the Guild and in all respects was i'', Come to The South. 1 Fins Brood Mares.
re Springs Herald.'s' under his arm that he might prott'ctI
worthy of the ladies the Ocala Banner I came to the south Upon the grassy mountain paths
her; from near his heart that he
-- and the city itself Gainesville Ele- ,Like the bird from the lakes The glitteringhosts increase We have just 11
've might cherish and her." got ;;; a t
' t John Temple Graves has deflected' vator. Where the downfall of the snow- They come They come! How fair their of the finest brood mares --r .,i ..:.

the Marchete comet out of its path sass Is in festoons; and flakes feet! From Georgia. to the state and 'o --..t th...m .1 j

'iii k' and is now the great luminary attrac Th. Woman's Easter Edition of the .Where nothing is green They come who publish peace. The Florida Times-Union, after hav- ;:'' mire them. We wai; sell:: .ht: ,

tion. Heis in the limelight good. Ocala Banner was a splendid paper. Save the booby who stay ing been sued by Governor very reasonable prices. Cone as ir. ;
John is I look
. happy.A |" hch reflected the highest credit on To be frozen Hike fish And -victoray. fair victory. for libel ask "Pleace Mr. Governor, them over: at '
-- both l'ditorand In the slush of black mud Our enemies
'I'al -- pubtisheJ'o-Punta are ours! I may we write about the weather- j x Y Ocala FU

A new industry soon to be established Gorda Herald. {With! his stayathoml'ih: For all the clouds are clasped in light. 'Thomasville, (Ga.,) Enterprise. ; ----
sic in Lakeland is the Saddle Creek And all the earth with flowers. I - -

sd Cypress Lumber company capitalizedat !!; Discussing that Chattanooga ban- !!O. come to the south. Lobbyists-- are Lcnely.'- |i A New Seaboard Agent.Mr. .

ri $25.000. The concern will manufacture quet incident and its conviction, thatMr. Ye women and men Aye, still depressed and dim with dew. Major Healy and Pat Murphy were : S. Y. Ilailt. of I.ak.'tty t.u

at shingles and lath. .. Bryan would even if it involvedthe ;And all that love sunshine But wait a little while. like Robinson Crusoe and his man Fri- !'succeeded' Mr. John Dozier ?.- ajfn' n(

.1ft ---- ---- surrender of his own ambitions. !And the Eden of flowers, And with the radient deathless rose. day on the island before the savages;:the Seaboard Air Line in thi.i st) Ar 1

St. Petersburg postfiuxv receiptsfor i 'continue to regard fidelity to the dem- i We'll meet you and greet you The wilderness shall smile. came back-so lonely.-Monticello ;:has already assumed charge of the ,.,:'.

tt t the year ending March 31st show '.ocratic party as paramount to all oth- 'As never before you were greeted and News. I five.

an increase: of :20 per cent over lastear. 'er considerations. The Chattanooga 11 treated And every tender, living thing -- J:I i Mr. Dozier has been the agent '

ar > The figures for 19>)1 were $10.0. .- [Times says: 'On cad shore; Shall feed by streams of rest: Efforts are being made to establish j i the Seaboard in Ocala for over t.*ntr

C t .., and for 190:. J12.07S.35. Of course in doing that Mr. Fryan jWhere no bird like Poe's ravenI Nor lamb from the flock shall be lost a market in Europe for Florida pine- !Tears, he and Mr. IW. Mann heirs

rio t ---- -- i renders Mr. Graves' suggestions I"Nevermore" shall croak. Nor nursling from the nest. apples.: The Florida pines are the best !!the only agent the road baa ever hal

The postoffiee at Fort Myer is now as to Mr. Roosevelt preposterous and Where 0011 be
( ) always happy in the world and an experimental i Jin: Ocala. Mr. Dozier has come to be

located in the annex to the botelBradford impossible. (For this is no joke. JOHN RUSKIN. shipment reached ;:
all as
Europe right j jrecogiued a pan of the Seaboard '
y i ce where large and suitable That phrase aptly summarizes the i i-H. E. N. in St. Petersburg Independ- This will give a big outlet for the I j and hill be very much missed H-

quarters have been provided, making; conviction of every man of clear rea- ;jent. The Florida senate doesn't seem to I'growers and will help expand the in- !'has been a very valuable

e t the office one of the most modern in soning powers, of whatever party who I know exactly 'where it is at.:' 'dustrv .company and his resignation man If j the
t i> very
the -state. is familiar with the developments
:cte I i The jury in the Thaw caseafter being ,greatly regretted by them W. n.V"
around the
- banquet board at Chatta-
ere out more than forty-eight hours IOOOO not learned in what business
In z public address in his own city; noogo. ''detailed OOOOOO OO O Mr 1 ezier -
to reach a verdict and! \ver- will
engage in the
Tom L. Johnson mayor of Cleveland L. It is not strange that the promotersf sf) future but it !*
re discharged.j The jury stood T for ('.In- hoprd that he will
Ohio has d..dart'him of the not lee Ot:aiu.
dC in favor banquet regarding their
o rt"sponsibilities. -
omi r Eviction and 5 for acquittal. Thaw was t) The effect of Scott's Emulsion thin
woman suffrage. He says he tq notable ;| their partallegiance on +) -
ne remanded to the Tombs without!
to see why women who are compelled ,and the fitness of things:;, contemplated ( $ pale children is magicaL tCt .t Cause of Stomach Troubles..
bail and
an will perhaps haw to remain
to obey laws should not have I1,. ;the suppression of the disrupting -
in jail all amnier and ucderg" another jr It makes them
voice in making them. .speech. It is merely indicative of the trial plump, rosy, active, happy. : When a man has trouble with iis
Talus ; next: fall. ,

:breadth of Mr. Bryan-no discovery I ___ __ I I! ccr.tains Cod Liver Oil T : stomach you may know that be u eating -
The Pensaoola Journal continues to for that matter that, refusing g, Hypophosphites '
ter head its articles The Candidacy oiy' f the ac- Live Oak Still Growing. *,.n'l Gt:', ert:1e to make fat blood and & more than he should or of some
cept situation bone
seriously he should''i i! The postodice receipts in Live Oak 'I'35 l ..,,Y of food or drink not suited to

Eig Jennings yet in Mr. Jenning's "frank jhave I insisted* upon its deliverance 'to'for the year ending March "l. 19')7. 3 unU so ry:..tcjsther that it is easily digested t i. I i his age or occupation or thai h.J
and candid statement. he> said he hadnot humor :Mr. Graves." ; l I..? ,. ) J (i bowels are .
He is a big enough t habitually ron*[1pa.j.Chamberlain's
1 in ;;were Sld.lf4.23. For the preceding ... iy a.T.': '.'j, .
yet made up his mind on the subject man to stand Ill-timed and gratulioas fl.. ..: i'5of !: Stomach an(! Liver 3

Arty and did not know whether ha eanjbarrassments as he can d f aL-show-ing l tq f .-,- !oJ.1-: ."...:_, ;.:.....- .. 5Cc. AND: tl.CC .1' 'Lit I J j(i Tablets to regulate the bower-.DJ;

on; would b.1 candidate or not ;Atlanta Constitution. ; I '$ r '. Ai?;' '. |improve the digestion and see if the
s1.541.: ..:: IItNj .'-. ... r.r 'Col '.1."l.. .. vr "'" .. ... 'M ." .....,......... OJ.":"'i..\.i:>l..f.'" ...........A......, .t"..t. .;_. ;<<__ _'_ J'me trouble* sample.does not Sold disappear by at 4 tirJ.* Sr. *..,*


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1.1\;'' Be ins Monday April 22

GREATEST J Every Day will beD


Baigain na

TcLH: E 2797. i.


T HIS will be the M.... .. l.. ,. J-191 Monday Special
Greatest Sale in .
:o inch Cambric Embroidery
'tl. these lines conducted by /$ Flouncing
Btimnut & !{itufutittt d worth 500, onlyTuesday Ole
us this year. We intendto l tutu ht nf ; ,

put all the goods in .;" IMPORTERS OF CO Special
these lines on sale at less
than wholesale prices. g C/l 3art5, (fi1tthrl1i tri s nub C"in1t k rrhi f5, "O t Ladies' Cambric Skirts, #
) n worth 1.50 each; Q
The reason we can sell ;. JOBBERS OF w Tuesday only Out
is that when s DRY GOODS. 3
so cheap
I crt
S. 3. FOLIO i GElAL Wednesday
our buyer was in New .0 %
York City he had the 13. ; t
cash in his possession .
/ x Lace worth
U g-
.L .
E l' j and was therefore enabled r re /cr; : a up to loc, Only 5c
A/fr d
., a
to clean the mar- -= a 4 lcJ
; ket of all the real values y t7/ / boa .4c/ / 0J I '! Thursday Special

Now the public will get o 4 /7f7Jod JJT& > o Ladies' Cambric Gowns,
the benefit. of our pur- a Z C q o /3,7I: 7X7 GG jL \I S.en Good Only value. at.I.5086c

chases. tij c;, i/Jd tI / / GG\ o
... / ,
oI 2 / c.f s* f si s i Friday Special
g-ineh Cambric Embroidery -
5l j p Edging and 55: in.
were | i [ \f\ ETo Insertion, worth rye n
J MAR 7 I07 This day, only OC
NEVER .; hack b ,.,,f/... -
- ; "harg // t SaturdaySpecial
t y..l '
BEFORE Fh CheCl by.. ,2,...f.:., &/.I 1t'f r Z ?er i 1Jt3a "f: O.

,! shownin I I) I
I Ladies' Cambric Corset
Ocala This only repiv="ntOXI..; of the many invoices of Embroidery bout:;Ht p-peeial .\' Ibr Covers, worth 35C atc
a this Sale. Note that \}-t. paid cah tier( :-aur. This day only


4 i'ei11' Eiii1iii1ery_ ieia1s Thi'' the lleek:

.j 1 u
t 1 h Swiss
ri ,
TllEll 15 in. Cambric Edging, Insertion to match, 19c per yd. 79c per yard. There is not a piece of goods in the
!L. 'y 5J lu tt 20 in. Cambric Edging, Insertion to match, 24c per yd, assortment worth less than double the price raVARIETK'STORELadies' \.
The prices only give a faint idea of what values you A fulllme.of Allover Embroidery at SpecialLow p-! rIJf "1.'''
are really getting. Prices for this Sale.


I Muslin Underwear Less than Cost of Material



w. 83..HI; + Values for this:: sale only. .. . $2,48 SS.uo; Values for this salt- ,only . $1.98 Si.20 Values f'-r this sal--! <.-nit T . . 7SC We have only three prices in Curs..t Covers .,:, No
', 7 .v, ;3;.UII+ Values for this sale only .. ... 1.98 > 5u++ Values for this sale, only.. .. .... 1.69 l.oo+ Values for thi> sale .>nly: . .. 6ac but we have a large variety. gII
1 S" 2.;.10 Values for this sale unly.. .. 1 1.69 ;?.('u Values for this sale only. .. .... 1.39 1 .To Values for this sale only. .. .. .. 48c
u.> : -.P\I' + Values for this sale only. ,. .... 1.39 1.50: Values:: for this sale, only... .... 93c .5iI,) Values for this sale only."... ., .. 39c C3c Values for this sale only.... .... ..".43c ;=-oA
.00O 1.50 Values for this sale only.. .. .... .93 1.2 Values for this sale, only.. '... 79c .4o Values for this sale only .. .. .. .. .. 29c 5ltr> Values for this sale only.... .... .... 3Bc (II
(O O.. for this sale only... ... ,79 5 Values for this sale only.. .... .. . =
.... l.W Values ; : 43c '1'alue for this sale only .... .. 21c 4oc Values I for this sale onl I.-"... .... .... 25c ?=ui
c .:Values flrthls8aleonly.... .... .43 -
y o
Ssen Some are square neck, some roum 1. Trimmed in lace or embroidery. All full -
All the above are assorted patterns, some trimmed in lace or embroidery. size. Trimmed in lace or embroidery. ( ::
.5. trimmed in lace others in embroidery. ;. .o g
:: i- :ac"

1 Space forbids us to go into details about our Underwear but we assure you that your money will do more at this sale than ever

r before. Which should speak for itself as our former sales have all been successes. I

.. G U 1 A T? A N TEE : Everything during this sale guaranteed to I
; '
satisfaction refunded + .
lTlf11\" give or purchase price -
., J
$:: ; All goods placed on sale warranted first class workmanship +
; {.l \
( F.: .... 'is!....1.---\, \.." :::
I' .
::;...= :' T'! .:
.;,.'...,1 f .. '., At :"
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$ ; S". :; :. .':4 I.t -: ...!" :.1l'");:' """' One Week Only 1 .i.& April 1.22 to 21r'
"'..'i.;.:,'';.;"r";-"J-; -"!F-!',:t::i'f"'"',_.,'.,:_":""''r"","'i'.t.." -'....3"'.''I:I'\: "'"

The V ariety Stores Ocala. Florida

s -. ---_.-- -

: -:. _', : :-::,l-;, fii.t -z .ltl,, -_'

4:. f 1 ,
I'' I)!
,-- :- ; in the senate and passed I
I 1 'I to the introduction of his own,

I I any amendments objec 5 $ !i3 f
FURNITURE! FURNITURE! I ; i to the author of the rt-solu- t

j:;i Dorman, of Suwannee, seems to -- y3tj.7
I j -
I { a specialty of resolutions, and
( or two on the calender now,
Smith & Roberts important one that for call

v (S I {'on!
*J A Ct I |Sk 'He ;yesterday poke a good reported deal the favor first

j I( of the session, but had little to i iI
i r
Ocala Furniture Co. I second week.
Spec II Steve" Melton, the. only orig- I Ii
Ta I I I "Uncle Steve Melton.: is chair II i
tesgimarl I 'I' of the house committee on city I
county organization, and is the
tl I l member of that committee who

tar t, I l;( in his county clamoring
When in need of ) Otll.t
half r any i and who is not too ex
into 1 1 .' to clamor. Judge Griggs, ot
thing in our line i!I : : ,,I] is chairman of the fisheries '\:'
j and is said to be "fiish-

susp '. get our prices : : in the congressional mill-pond as I II
Th i I II '
o'clwthe I; ey j j daylight is broken but not ob-1 I I Ii
: ,! by two Knights from Citru I

'in t OUR MOTTO IS! TO PLE0SE I j j Columbia respectively, and sin- i FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK
"I' : !i[i to relate there is but one Smith,
!1uml.! '! t of Lake, chairman of the BETWEEN
the 1 -' on public health. Mr. Long
... ( ,
'f ) 2'J :
!: """' >'&'

atterl reprft --- - r-.,, '' ;:!''' to, acting Is'f.I1 than named talking.and is more I Jacksonville and New York.

:, W. A. KNIGHT, L. E. LANG !j county has two editors in I
of th: = 'I-, i I house, Messrs, McKenzie l s
In I ; nr ,' !>sell, who have been in the cell I Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.I .

readlthe : ANNOUNGEfAENT.We ;ij field long enough to learn not toj I : % :'I-Sl'; STw AtS.iS 1i ::;::: C='.S1'WS::: S.aei.!:.
j ; unless it is nee.ssary. i
i i -- --------
hare just purchased the u'n gon and Harness business of )It>:srt, i a Wartman, of Marion is one of, T
of the th { S. A. Standley & Compuny and propuse to add to :te stock of goods e\ery : in the house in the faction } CLYDE r NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I liES
i '
> thing that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense o{ j it may be called, for faction-
I the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mar ; has had very little to do so far i
lets ; Jacksonville, Boston and Providence
CartE Let; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great va t i iriety :i first supported the unanimous [ and ail( Eastern Points.
: of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee. i ;i for speakership, and Mr. Math- I
olutiq I j of Marion is a strung colleague. I Calling! at Charleston Both 'l'ays

No.comoirepr if High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages, I' i!' McClellan, of Suw annee, says i| SEMI WEEKLY SAILI\iS.
but does a lot of independent i
Wagons, Harness, !' Mr. Reest, of Eseambia, i s'' Southbound. . . . . . From LeWis' Wharf, Bot J
ernoflfcameF. Lap Robes, Etc., Etc. 'i \ p recognized as one of the ablest II Northbound .. . . . . From foot Catharine St., Jacksonville'

noon+ Turpentine Wagons a Specialty. ;' .. members to a proposition, and while which he he hangs sup Clyde St. Johns River Line. t.

s there is nothing narrow or fac-
the pv We are Always in Position to Meet the Prices of Legitimate Competition.
Between Jacksonville
C in his vote. and Sanford -I

the vestifrEscaif We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine : I I Watson, of Dade, is one of the 3tpjiag at Palatia, Astor, Eeresicrd ( EeLatd ) atd I&ierseiiatiLacdisgs

and Farm Wagon.Knight :k :i parliamentarians in the house, cs St. Jchrs !IYerr. .-
tor $ i formerly been speaker, and ll .
resolu, & II j \' of St. Johns, was ap- South-Bound SCHEDULE North-Bound
Lang (' chairman of the judiciary
Leenl- Read down. Read
Cart : i! in recognition of his legal up.
unanU Successorsto tandlev and Co) : j )". lie is likewise one of the Leave 3 30 p. m -. .. .Jacksonville .. . Arrive :OOL n.

resolu i fluent speakers in the house Leave 8 43 p.m. . . Palatka . .. .. Leave 800 p. M.

did q: I'' I Willis, of Levy can say more in I Leave 3 00 2m . .. . Astor . .. .. .Leave 534 p. m.

were words than anybody else in the . . Beresford (DeLand) . Leave 109 p. u.

again '. Female Weakness 1\\ at least, he does do it, and when I I I Arrive 8 30 a. m . . Sanford . .. leave 930 a. m.

truth I up, which is not very seldom Arrive 10 CO a. m .. . .Enterprise .. .. .Leave 1040 a. a1.
sible f' '; of the members know that
inipes.: I are going to get a strong opinion

not, U : of facts in a very brief. Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St., JackscwilFla; / -'
A "Last Fall, writes Mrs. S. G. Bailey of Tun- of time. Mr. Williams, of lien --- ---
--- -
j chairman of the committee -
measij.thor.f nelton, W. Va., "I was going down by inches on F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. I
I : taxation is a fine :speci- \.
from female disease !' l JOHN PENDREL, T. P. A., A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A,
er, of with great pain. After tak- : legislatoristing'uished in
Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N R.,
MagaYida I| (' not quite as young as New York.
a-'i''' ing Cardui, Oh I My 1 How I Ivas benefited 1 i .; was, but too old to "go off at 0. H. TAYLOR, Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN, Gen'l.' Pass. Agl X

bouseT1lenseS. am not well yet, but am so much better that I will |I cock" on any proposition; justI 290 Broadway, New York.
,. I I if y'(1 I j to meet any emergency, and L. D. JONES, T. F. A, L S. SCROBLE, C. A.
gressf' keep on taking Wine of Cardui till I am perfectly ; j it is best not to tackle in Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fla.
of S,.: cured. | i without bung well prepared W. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A.
KnlgfartlclJi I one's >,:ition"
IK Jacksonville Fla.
Pier 36 N. R., New York.
Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies -i are a few out of the many, a C. P. LOVELL, Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.,
An(.* ( ; per cent of the able and intel-
appea"" and rivals, Cardui still holds supreme position ( : : '!; members of either body men.
nal : .: the next six weeks
Ii, must
today [as in the past 70 for
any V years] the relief and or finish legislation which inau-I

reclatthe cure of female diseases. It ;.!, the affairs of the 1f I I
p>>1.' stops pain, tones up ;, for the next two years, and in- ALL WBSCRIPTIOXS PAYABLE 7.Y ADVAVA' {;>

shouloproct -,. the organs, regulates FREE APVICE ,I ;I,: them for a much longer time I 1 -- --- -- --- -_ u ___ ______ _

overRe J the functions, and aids Writ BS a letter dwcribUf all!) ,| I i Geo. G. Mathews 'I)
veur symptoms.end we will send you ,
in the I Free Advice.In plain! sealed envelope. ; his own, suffering, however, a
pass The : Ladles'Advisory! Department : mry set-back Friday when the I ;
Chattanocga Medicine Co.,Chatla- ,
for ji ttrefor a misplaced organ. aoo_ ,.,Tenn. ( on constitutional amend I .
i! ,1
;' reported unfavorably his I ,.
the s ; At Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bottles. !, proposing an : ----- 1

state the office of county treas-I--1 ALL Si-BUSI'RIPTIOX}* PAYABLE J\ .w Lt.'
blind George that this does
says not
reSOI ;. wINE : i >!: {' him, but that he will fight for I'I .: ;,; t1
ns .
Eenat sage over the committee's r!('- I
atorPark :. OF I
'. I I
-_ Stood the Test. | WEEKLY.
noun : --- -------
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; Plasters have successfully j
rub' *>.+.*..++*++N+.+...++.++..4....++..+.NN.NN.N4. | .!! the test of sixty ;years us by i i
were. i : their virtues have nenr') THE OCALA) WEEKLY BANNER and The SW < i.
man .. : : walled by the unscrupulous im-
;. r who have sought to trade upon I j gran'tweh Adding Hew Accounts i ; ': Allcock's by making!I
K i
( with holes in them, and 2. THE OCALA( WEEKLY: IJAXXKK: and The TferieaWcok *-
dace' ;: them to be "just as good as I
jests : ,' ." i'N Xev.York WorM, one year . .1J5(
' chise ;I:; i ii 'I Plasters stand today in- j;
: We by not only the medical profes-I j k1I THE Ol'.1I.111'I:14Ii1,1 KAXXEK and 'l'he"MI .
constantly adding
new ac-
publi i i ,, but by millions of grateful pa- !! ,)
were i ( ;:; who have proved their of- i I.J Atlanta Constitution, one year . . .$1.75 I
and business is ji' as a household remedy. i
tees..level counts our increasing at : : I THE -
k jir, '!I j Ij 7N Ul'.1L.111'IIa1.I' HAXXEK and Tte .\tb...", L .

the if: a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also i 'I, i iI Struck it Rich. '!i f s Miii-Weekly Journal, one year . . .'1.,,:'

pro\'i ( 4 !) >n known Florida business ian j i2 THE OCALA WEEKLY: 11.1\\11. aid .
book might be | '! ( _
glad to join us.j & : informed a Times man of the j I
; i ii inoner ((11' J. Aryan's
in DeSoto county ol one i'N Taperj owe Jar.. .|I.wt:
spec Ta "; 4t !i, largest phosphate deals in !'log- '' I THE OCAI( WEEKLY IJAXXKK and Tile? T'"
history the details of which are i
thesessio is !: on the order of the Ate !din i k1 UljHle (Weekly) one year . . . .fl..
proposition the amount invc vet I' '
!flli: OCALA
:\ J16S.
and'l- : :, j;;!I II' Mofiit un property once own*) I nub Weekh News, one year . . .".j:;
OCALA, FLfl. :. I'IN a T. Moffit. formerly of thi1 I

D1issi ..J. ......................... ........ ...N.....NNN =roverf'd night watchman phoephate and on a learn i3,6cN: I d DAILY.

mitt(" .. _., Li!!
of: land which "WM tatrdjr Wng t'D
,- THE )I! )' sawmill people Being nhmrd> !I
peari :. '" >diatfoly secured an option on Till Ol'Ihn.II.r IUXXEU an ,
the TJ
,._peri j ( ), putting up i5U4 M for- j vannah Xews! one year . . . . .|1S4MI
\ II payment of $1 acre. '
_. the is n tt t Marion) Hardware Conjpaijy I >.I). afterward" per the two men TilE OCALA DAILY ISAXXEU and Tfce ....,

which"the I J32.WO from Thomas & Well I .'i.irksonville Times-Union, owe year . .,12.1t
of Arcadia, .
with which
a.. -HEADQUARTERS : th TIIE OCALA DAILY HAXXKIE: al+tTt .... Dniir. Atlanta -
II ; was purchased after which i

the ducttrrecte4 IV' American Wire Fencing, ]:] rordrry. of Fort }I..adfau< -. Journal one year . . .|8.W

1 (}', in ellinf the property for tl" AiL Ifiuriial liiu-IudinK; Sunday), one 1'esr, .|10.0
'",OJ'__) Sash Doors and Blinds mentioned aiioum. The o -n"T- TilE OC\LA DVILY
$.i ; \XXEK. and' Atlanta D>> ilvill .
property attempted to
.. : rt"'ov.'r
The r j, i
could not. The nightvat.hman ,
Paints. Oils and Varnishes b
coral ,
,< ,
$ ;0 HW for his interest hIlt I! \
gene ii' holding on to hi.. and '
jutan Mill and Mining Supplies, ,: )' pet more.-Tampa Tunes ) Xf It1 11'TI01'S PAYABLE IXtDr 11 < 'E

I .
Tal( Turpentine Snpplies j --
houseafter '0-<."., -' i Sale,-Dr, Marian's Liter Pills! I Address All Orders to
Improved from Dr, Marean's private for-
j !
Farming Tools! i
L i ; hale been tested for twenty !, THE OCALA
day.Eigl] GET OUR PRICES j, ; purely vegetable. Sent*I BANNER,

ed in !'! on receipt of price. 23: cts. a I OCALA, FLORIDA.

tlirtA':' Marion Hardware ompany ,l "1 Ii Address.Mrs. Beatrice Marean. I _

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/ ', ,' BELLEVIEW ITEMS. At the Bryan Anniversary club banquet Hon. T. Allen Jennings. of Pen- I '

..".. 'tr. I 'I'I I I I : .J I in Chattanooga last night. John L sacola. is out in a lengthy interview I -

-L .t..< I I'I. I I" I ..1....!_......-'_::- I. I I .. "I'I ,'"! :?pf. tal fiirresjxmdrnt: Ocala Banner.Re Temple Graves, editor of the Atlanta, in the Jour%\1 concerning his probable BOTTLES '
i t ij; t It. t hQ p 1 \. :Mr. filled the pulpit Georgian, delivered a speech advocatiasr candidacy Tor the governorship two .

r.\ 'I.," ,, I.._, :'_Jit. .....' ; .: a' 'andlfr Sunday morning and ,' the nomination of Roosevelt for years hence The opinion we have' ,

t I'/ ,.{lIt ey a'H.:1' the presidency by the national democracy formed froqa reading the interview 1 +
i _.t" t- ... J r... "Mf""r" Sunday night and gave a brief talk on .
'1 '.. ""n .' that the gentleman "is and he ain't': Whiskey
I \ I imiia which was very interesting. Colonel Graves "
4ir fl was one of the invited '
4 :."":4socc: :
i ", I' .Ur and lira. C. H. Hilton and Air. guests of the evening. He wa accent \ D
,I,, A.1.I.ItTA
4 ; f\\d and \(r-. Henry Terrell I left unday down on the program for an address he is in a decidedly receptive mood
Iso! 1 .. jR. II", morning for their northern home much .and bad prepared that address in ad and if enough people insist he will! 1. 6 Full Quarts For n :

,1 i: ., I i 7''' I/i.I ., i vance. It had been duly considered.It become a candidate at the proper l' S 95
t I I .Mllj their many friends regret, but we Carolina **
1' 1"dI I I I was not an inspiration or spokenupon .time. Mr. Jennings is a Florida cracker Whiskey *
I"I -11 h..m a pleasant trip and .
;" an early
> I I Xlfc Impulse. It had been who has .
I carefully
made of g'
$i a success life. i
I'I: I I I : ''rum Mr Terrell purchased lot akL1 Carolina WbuLer i will
a excellent
lT l ". I I I I ,, I 'JII. !;prepared by one given to the prepa.'ration is not a bit "stuck up" or unduly puffed f ':ii article and ia our estimation give far utufoctioa. It 13 a wj.l aged
f.r the
'' I .aving and we hope to see himoa ,' : superior to decoctions and mix
of tures told
.. speeches. He knew what he up and having successfully fought :: II" by irresponsible mail order whiskey houses at $tOO w 33.53
: K irl and I 'F per clifaa. Wa
k" > erecting a finiv>i- : f make a special
was : price onCA.ROUNAWHl'SJCE.Ytoahow "
n I going to say far in advance. fishy of embarassing political entangle D" that v,i are not afraid of kind
any of .
com ection
-! "i<" iname.. Mr. Hilton, who hasi plact cover four
Tbe banquet was intended as a social .ments ought to make a strong man t i.." '. teen acres making 03 the largest mailorder whiskey house in the world
rui i iv-idenc here, Lake '
near Lil-
m. rather than a political function. for the race.-Madison New Enter- "t 'J- .
T ".11' -.Id just before he went away to !and .! 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE.
Jt was to be a direct compliment to prise. fir I. ..
_tl- Durant, but we all hope ilr. Hiin ttii Sent us: $:.95 anj we/
Jlr. a w''
: who snip
Bryan, was present. He was by express 6 fun._..f CMoiina W bisl.eyan.l
&1 ,. : t 1"'l" .1 /aitltndstde ae ,
; !
not leave but in
us and same
return !! borcomriimentaryasampie
"' to be the central figure of the evening Though the Pensacola Journal bay I. '"'' .I'1'.. 1. "Zulieka! ." "Gull RanJ aad bottle of each, ,.
i .1! agiin.; as he will be greatly miss- I ... C."perj: JZ Year OfJhltc Corn.I 1 _
t .
't .n There was to have been no in.trusion displayed its mind
.. .. K narrow by norOf) i.iiT .
\ : t:; -ity of oaks. t 1! I I
.-? ; upon the program or perversion much as mentioning the name of Hon. iJ.\ tut.i.' SF< IAJ. NOTIC2' JVf deliver the alove.: X1ress prepaid anywhere
'I '
\ > Hush and Mr:. Hab ti-ad .> in Ni-rth Carooaa,
i v.p 2J..11M ni.nt'i Vinjiaia and West Virgin,
the :
objects of the banquet.A Braxton Beacham () !;tcutoInersli r
as a possible can : + b other states
-, ,!. : ,a euchre at their home on 1 t' reached by Adams or Southern Express Companies
.! \' 1) __ prpoer appreciation of the amenities -,didate we hasten to acknowledge! : receipt i \rl1 4 i 1 :f' truii. rem.t 51c.: extra. Breast of Mississippi River retidlny on
f : -lay night of la \\-ek.. i i1 ]t -,->' other e\"-"," lines mj-.t send 43.35: for the tf *
and proprieties of the of Q'Ill. quarts and sample
occasion a marked copy of .the Journal : bo.J said we next lprepayexl ,
U"Linier and ihildrtn : sad\IIIIthonlt1'wa.Jresa:
i .1 spent demanded this much, especially froman in which Mr Jennings dense the tb'- THE :
; ... : s CASPER CO. Inc.
> 'f last tt -k in ntala. visiting her Roanoke Va.

: .:-/ RED ROCK 1:.,,-:., r. They returned Sunda -. invited guest. charge that he will be the administration -: l'' 'I ,4-Nu... .UB--VBI. *.c.. '- -iv: ','- I Ot_::! -" V. n t .b '. D.. t...
.. .. J. : There was no thought that any one candidate for governor. I '0. : : : 1oOI'U, ... (loot
] ._.
'niHopKiru and wife
"r'I. . would spring subject of The ,
: .. a so out keeping charge we made seemed. and w1; =_'" -
4 .l vit han+t.-d euchre party at their
-, .. with an occasion like this-or. still seems. well founded but if we
.0' '
Tor U-.t sofas honif Tuesday nightr
1..1.Ii.lkc.reL. for that matter. any occasion where were really in error we offer apoosies! ------ - --
\ J. A. Fryman and witVntcr- :
I democrats are gatehred for the -Orlando Democrat.The .
13M uint-d! Judge Hopkins and n it-- anti :Mr. '

: : Hilton and witV and )fr. J.> i Mill- thought of promoting and action democratic and prospects unity of of Price of Health. McIVEI? & I1f\AC\ K d YI

n.I win and wife on Saturiai! night.
success. i
!!'"flinl1"t.o! < played unti 1 lien ..'('' price health in a naianou
,1i I What must have been the surpriseof district is just !5c. the cost of a box I

i i "n deiUnm 1enam an.i cake was the Bryan Anniversary club and of of Dr. King's New Life Pills. writes FURNITURE

'iSoloi.' ct i ail groceries in :,-er\-d. All reported 1 atr\ pleasant other nests when they learned that Ella Slayton. of Norland. Ark. New DEALERS

';.... t,nttlera o..'. d.'''.'.'..'oo-....... j t-wning. Colonel Graves was going to intrude Life Pills cleanse gently and impartnew
;.1 ., 3fi"'. Carpenter sister of Mrs Bosuorth upon the! occasion and boom Theodore life and ivgor to the system '_5('. -- ---------
"'0;'S. : ::r: who came here from the north Satisfaction guaranteed at Tydings & WE CARRY EVERYTHING IX THE LINE OF
a republican, president
j.f ;; ti> spend the winter, has bn very sick I Co.. druggists. m

't:'..t...... fur the past week. A dot.tor (from I -- -- House Furnishings Parlor SuitsRugs
,'t.;' ;......I.r'WI What did Mr. Bryan do when he "BEST j
4xtt".. i >aid was called Sunday ntsjht She : WAY TO SERVE EGGS.
t. heard of it, and heard that owing to Art Squares and Mattings.| In Leather, Upholstered and Re!aBed
-t;. Rhfi.:.;':: 4 I i's much better at this winter We are An Englishman who i?> an enthu I II

?' s'ail'! to report and we wish f:>r her a ;'speak protests? Colonel Graves would not j iastic behe\er in eggs writes: I Room Suits Dining Room Suits

:' ;, -;,t-.sty recovery and a safe trip to the'! : Eggs are fine of the most \a'utblt! ,
What would Mr. Bryan have done? In
Mahogany, Birch. ;'
Birdseye of all
north again. articles: of diet known to our English! kinds-Mohogany and Oak.
He knew the proprieties, so far as I
1 MrF. A. Pelot has been on the sick 1 tables, and weight for weight the most Maple and Oak. i
,.., |be was concerned. He demanded that j China and
.' 11-t also this week. ,nourishing of any animal food. rockery
1 1 1 (Colonel Graves should have an opportunity Mission FurnitureIn
:Marshal Lightly has been very 'I] of their nourishing and ap- Complete line-Dinner Sets and
? 1 to be beard and he commended ,
3 i buy for the past few dav" impounding( his in petizing I qualities, are lost in the manner all the different finishes Odd Pieces
courage speaking out boldly. '
h.,g- He has had over thirty in the 'I,[ in which they are prepared. Some I
.. i He thought democrats should be .
__.. ___ t-t1 [1"'IIn-i. The council also passed an | years ago when on the continent.. I
.. or-I
S'zj [ to give their views anywhere'and i I i
il d h.[ .tn. for the loose colts that have ; was' given a breakfast and three eggs

:.m h.n running around town bothering everywhere and said the only }poached in milk and served with it. I All! Kinds of Bed and Table Linens Lace Curtains Portiers
t t. ; "'o::." '(thing in reply that could have been 11 ,
i'i'{! f "f-'i\c.. : .t iI"! h"e haw seen none since :,said, that he was not prepared to say ".They were just as set as was the milk and Upholstering: Goods

;:1 I "\4.t;', '; < urd'! ,* was enacted. ; j in: which they were poached and I

J -; m what the democratic party should don .,never enjoyed a dish ot egg more inI I! Heaters Ranges Cook
:"N-4 !i1g I ';::, I'I I i the next national democratic con- Stoves
F THE CALOCSAHATCHEE DAM.T' > 'I my life. I have often had an encore ofhat I

J I : ,j I eentio. I,: dish since To
: ". r. -"me measure ot relief fr'r prepare eggs ,
: : But what Picture
3. .' ''\ : '. was the motive of Coloe! his, !
i 411 manner an enamel pan should j I
( :i.' of floods is due the :
i'.a ....q ::: ..\ ; 'rstn people <:Graves? Was it intended as an insult

'. : )j' '' i -N 1 ( '.tloosaha tehee vair-y 'I,to: Mr. Bryan, for whom he expressed :,ised. and there should be just enough j I Farm and Turpentine /
Wagons Harness and Saddles
I fJ nilk to toat the as they brokm Buggies
eggs are
1..0:'C (..' ..i'f.ff ::',....''''1 ,:;;'_. --.t; :i.i.iinitted +y all who mal.the :nly the kindliest feelings. Was it. ,
= .. I ( into it, a pinch of salt, and a small
i '
: f..rv < iioh last : It
< trip is
: r
-: I"
;1W in honest expression of a sincere : Exclusive solo ot the best earth the Studebaker.
-.v ,.!" .f"rn..t surprising: that th.mat ,piece; of butter should be added to themilk. : wagon on -
$' (ii. .J; I t. r b.i. already been pews,.nt.vl in.]man How? : and then the pan should n>- -. t t: And caI'1"Y f.eery best line of High Grade Buggies and Carriage,;.
i. 1 .' long has it been since Colonel
'.. :rvI' ;over the gas stove for about I'" I I .
.r. il
f' ,: i n lorm before the statlegis-
...... NI'Ii t ,,... f .:'.. The Tallahassee True [){.muI
J ';"-', .' ,i?' rutays.: in enemy of the south a man who'j'l (from the stove to the tabUn, p!!.,' BU.lldelng Hair. Lath, Shingles. Points and
; / ,
1 -': : leaved: nothing for its traditions or its
... .' h,,usV Hunt Harris has intmrfucMI enamel pan. :I
t" I s sentiments i
1io ; ; and had falsified the Flintkote
record Roofing
: .e .- senate a bill asking for anI.r.prtetion of the great chieftain of the lost There is much art in coohiug-j i M urinal I X115t I)
,jroperty. and they will th.' tipu
", to build a lock and dam cause? repay i White Lead. Varni-he*. Etc.
pent in acquiring the an.: Eggs do .\
, of the canal that flows
t r :
How Ions has it been Call Paper Alabastine
t since Colonel 1 andlagnire: Wall Paints.
improve by keeping before I
,IK ..t LakOkeechobee into the Ca- they are

t :" r't>r. The amount of,unsafe cr [icised Mr. Bryan as an ooked. and they certainly do not af- 1all and give us a trial. BuWe will not be undersold and will please
leader and went off with the
t:ern should be served and
th. asked for $ ,
Manufactured by THE RED OCK was .etti1n sane; and safe to "save the national :
eaten immediately it comes off the Mciver & Mackay.Maxim
.1 i appropriation for this purpose .
COMPANY, Jacksonville Florida. j honor? !
I is t1t'.rvingAlong the banks of the How 't ire. if one is to appreciate its delic-
can we reconcile the
past inconsistencies ions flavor and receive the full bene-
'alnohatchw river is some of the mostfertile -- -
S a a v e 0 v v. s v e ae ; of the political career of''f I -
It of its nutritive properties. Many
; : land and largest orange groves (CI Colonel Graves with an honest [ II I : Gorky s.iy: "I found absolute i That was an awful blunder that
-I sin this state, but these groves have imp there are: who say they cannot ]I } .I
nothing congenial America.
raise in John
to serve his party best in his Temple Graves made at the Bryan -
: take: eers. It is because they never (
{been flooded on several occasions durj: flippant and flamboyant talk about io wp inferred from the comments of : banquet at Chattanooga.

!ling the rainy season when Lake Okw- :t he democracy nominating for presi- know the pleasure of having them the press at he time of his 'isit. 'i the worst perhaps ever made by a
DR. C, properly cooked and served. Of foods i
M. BONEY, overflows, and if a lock dam
lent a man who denounced Jeffer- ------ -- public speaker in this country of national -
t' Eyesight Specialist !across this canal will prevent' these Davis rich in nutriment there is none more i Efhtur L'&g! i.< fast fame'
I s ion as a "traitor who de- winning : reputation. It wad out of place,
easily digested than a raw or properly -
overflows, an appropriation Is dese.rv-il in his crusade :inexcusable,
:lounced the Confederate soldiers as against lobbying. The unpardonable The French

( ing and should be made by the lesU- '"'anarchists," and who said of the cooked e?;. Sun is a hummer.-Lake Butler Star. I say a blunder is worse than a criMe

I'i lature. We are informed by parties :s iouthern people in his: "Life of Ben : -- --*- ----- -- !and Grave break was worse than a

1' I who have visited the CaLiosahatchee :{on," copyrighted by Roosevelt in I John Temple Graves' proposition to I!! Lake City has lost the university :blunder.

.. I '!'nver that this lock and dam will not j.S<3-: !jj rave William J. Bryan nominate !in the U. S. court and this means a i
:f only prevent: the ultimate devastation ': "Slan ry was chiefly responsible:' Theodore Roosevelt as the next dem- permanent loss. All efforts now seem Export.from the port of Fernandina

i ':of the rich valley, but will increase the for is sensational useless for its restoration. Ocala for the
the streak of coarse and brutal icratic for president : extends month of March amounted tIS

: value of property in the valley and add .larbarism which ran through the and that's about all that can he saidi sympathy Sb" know "how 12.117.:: Lumber shipments amountedto

many hundred thousand dollars to. southern, character." :Montgomery cburnal. if it.-Tampa News. '' 'tis 16.719.000} feet

th- w.-alth of the state in orange jjn.vts .

and truck farms. The people I
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-- -
m the Cainosahatchee\ valley want ru *- .
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t and want relief immediately andt
The Atlanta Constitution 1 i
.;"v ,Anita that the lock and dam recentlycontained
an article that the Mail Orders Are
I i on.uosu.on is the quickest and safest A ipnl had the coldest weather present I Our Increasing by Leaps

,::anrwr m which they can hope for !
ever recorded at the weather bureau
'r..h..f frOm these overflows. If a rich
stations: :: for this month. Mr R. J. and Bounds --- --- --
,t ,.r t.u..n of Florida can be saved by -
; Redding/;, of Griffin Ga., says that I
.i' such an appropriation then the peot -
.t: may be true of the weather records
,pie of this valley should be consider- .
but< that before these wearhi-r stations .
.. led above anything or any section by ,
I make a specialty of correcting ( : were established we had much9lder
the legislature in making appropnaI '
.. i eyes where others CalL lions! during this' session for dewrrjing Cj i weather in April. He say I

t Satisfaction guaranteed ors S and beneficial purposes. that],: on April 15 and 16 in the ear .

gU the whole of north: and middle! .
+. refunded. 'I J
'money It is to be hoped the legislature will
I Georgia was covered with steer and ..
in this and ,
---- act favorably matter ren-
(lOW: and the ground was frozen stiff
OPTICAL PARLORS. 1 I der aid where it is sorely n.-.dt'd.-St. I'
i The corn and cotton crops were al!

1: andt Gary Building: Ocala, .> f Augustine Record ;:killed, the wheat crop was practically !. !.

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destroyed the frnit went rhe Ij j
f crops #
'! Cause of Stomach Trouble.! ,
Flonda. same way. thousands of lantf: : rF-st
I When a man has trouble with his '
s trees were killed bur he say th" !
!j stomach! you may know that he farmers' -
f were not disheartened 1 I In i

t ateing more thin he should or o! ;this te/ribie catastrophe. Corn an i i iI

| some article of food or drink not: :cotton I m
were ploughed up and! th"! '

WEEKLY 1 salted to his age or occupation- fields replanted. In the autumn sal'' i JNlO t RYA 1
that his bowels are habitually const'gated. ,
crops were harvested. Tbe bam II
Take Chamberlain's Stomach I
;and Liver Tablets to regulate the j: and gin houses were filled as: they ha>- I t

COU1IEI ,bowels and improve the digestion and not been for several years. I I

[see if the trouble does not disappear. Speaking along the same hns A I- ; I 1 1n
I I Ask for free sample. Sold by all 'James iL Barco. who is not yet anoctogenerian. 1!

,druggists. m says that he can r: .,- c

JOURNLAND I :member when the corn and cotton :in > .
this was killed
county to the :sn'.na
I ,by a severe frost on the 2'i if

ITomlin and Pratt Will Issue. a Week
April and yet at harvest nrnp in en- iry
THE OCALA BANNER Iy There. ,was an abundant yield. Hisrjn- 1'constantly = : ',
I- a .
i repeating !itse'f! and wh*.none si
I i -
Weekly I
are harvested this the
Plant City is soon to have another crops year ;
same thing as told by Mr Redding
ONE newspaper and job office. Plans are
BOTH YEAR !'beicg consummated whereby the :in Georgia and Mr Barco here traj

FOR i'be Plant incorporated City Publishing shortly and Company will be will in be repeated---- -- Do You Wonder Why?

( ONLY $1.50The !(a plant of its own at that place A Bitten By a Spider.
through blood poisoning caused bya

Presidential election is ap- I and number others of throughout eentlesen: in the Plant state City are Bosqueville.spider bite.Tex.John would Washington have lost his of We buy in cir lo d lots and give our customers the advantageof

proaching. "Times have changei :interested: ia the new company which ,'leg, which became a mass of running what we save. Best goods, lowest prices quickest delivery--
That is all. )Ir. Watterson is a Democrat ; R. R. Tomlin had he
is being promoted by sores not persuaded to
and has always been a Democrat ''and Pierre d'\. Pratt. try Bucklen's Arnica Salve. He' -- that what does the business! --,----

IA never a Republican. Essential i I|I Mr. Pratt is the former editor of writes: "The first application relieved -

differences out of the way Democrats ]!I i the Lakeland Sun. while Jlr. Tomlin! I and four boxes healed the sores" OCALA WINE HOUSE H. J. PR.E HT,
* Heals 2Sc. &
t. are getting together. The Conr- fa the former editor of the Plant City every at Tydings : ProprIetor.

.4 i Journal is going to support tie : Courier. now editer by W. F. Merrin. Co., druggists. E -:

ticiet. And there you have it" ': Plant City is one of the most thriving The six million Carnegie library at HAVE YOU SEEN OUR PRICE OUR NEW SALOON IS UP-TO-DATE

, Send your orders for this combination little cities in south Florida and iscell Pittsburg has been formally dedicated '' LIST PAY US A VISIT.

to us-not to the Courier.JouruaL capable of smiling favor upon |[ Many of the most distinguished *fI BETTER GET ONE. WE'LL TREAT YOU RIGHT.'JcH7 .

The regular prc' of the Weekly I It i4'<'o live newspapersThe plant will amen I of this and foreign. nations were f!

t Coorler-Jouroal alone is $1 a year.: be operated or steam.-Taxpa News. .la attendance i .& -aJV!: '"'"..;.... __ --'-- '_:. .:: -

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Im THEORIES CONCERNING closed for the want of patrons and i 4.4..........1....... 1..... ................1. J :._

r !i AND TOBACCO. I not by the strong arm of the law. a

H. A. Spencer : ---- I glorious work will have been accom-

--r:.' I i Ocala. Ha.. April 13, 1907.I j iplished, but when the law is invoked i THE LEGISLATURE Op FLORIDA !

:and the open saloon gives place to the
Editor of the Ocala Banner: '
secret jug temperance has! avery i! .... .. .. .. J -'
i articles have appeared in your ,,i doubtful battle. mmww

'' on the sin and abomi-!I| ACHIEVES DISTINCTION-ACHILLES SULK ,
) I The army of jugs shipped into dry A QUIET MEMBER
of spending money on whiskey TENT-PETER 0. KNIGHT AND HIS SMILE-AT-J
i {counties tell their own story and ING IN HIS .
We have
r just -always prolific subjects !]'comment is unnecessary.Then I Ii TEMPT TO RE-OPEIN SCHOOL FIGHT ...- t :

machinery plant .
;', early taught that there I : too. the argument advanced by I ......................... ... ......-....... i
t and solicit a ,.
wt'rl'l the authors *>f the articles reproducedin
to all questions.
r, adjoining I your paper about money being Written Especially for the Ocala Banner by Miss Jefferson full i '
jour good readers bathe in- If
wasted that goes for the purchase of

-: steam pumps, gas ', patience, tolerant and char i whiskey and cigars is erroneous.If ., .................................................. .
Let listen to a discussion of the -
us quote I "
it we want to "li\e and let live we
if side" of these subjects? Special to the Ocala Banner: named is considered a fair one and
:must spend our money according to
is nothing it seems to me that Tallahassee Fla"pril 12.-The second consists of Senators Bu( kman, T. F
our means.
Ocala : said in favor of the use of to- West and Joseph Humphreys, Representatives .
N"o money spent for anything is week of the Florida legislature
I ': the view point of health Carter, Griggs: Watson and
\\'astNl-tht' same as nothing is wastedin adjourned
: closed today when both houses Reese.
'. the economy of nature.
j of tobacco in any form is a until Monday many of the All of the big guns of HilUbon.ughcounty
Mon.'y spent for cigars, wine and -
It is a habit too, that members going to their homes. Hardly either for or against
j whiskey. enters into the channels of I t'Ottntl
> acquired. Tobacco has no ex- division are concentrating at the
r trade and like the dews of heaven before has a Florida legislature in rar-\
'! effects. Its use produces tal and although a purely local J
i.I I benefits all with whom it conies in weeks transacted the vol- ufTats! .
diseases. Xicotene, always the first two there will be a big fight befor. the

I tobacco, is a deadly poison. contact. f lume of business that this one has. Af- :"secessionists" are permitted j to ,,.
.? i I If no man, nor woman nor family s
!I school room and pulpit in the I jter a turbulent passage through the 'Dade county delegations are also
ir would spend more than to supply their I at
;i tell you of the evil effects I actual needs, all manner of trade+senate, Mr. Beard's Internal Improvement II I work. They are a prosperous l It w.ku.g
the of cigarettes and Fund investigation resolution lot those
I Hillsborough
men u.-!I-.I|
|would be curtailed and the loss would i I ,
addicted to the use of I fell by the wayside in the house. Mr. well-dressed, well-kept and wrM-pois,
fall on the breadwinners.The -
n had her full share of the |Carters resolution had an equally turbulent :ed. Peter O. Knight. with his n.d.-mu'
more money that is spent. the -
( o'f ridicule and even coarse I more money that is placed in circulation | voyage through the bourse and :table smile, as usual. i isni the .t < >..

I II the more prosperous the com- was amended in the senate to suit :That smile is an unsoh I rill!. ,1.I|

I face of all that is said against j munity becomes. : Mr. Beard's? ideas as set out in his, resolution is the mark that ('f/nc"a iN! wn..t.r .<

of tobacco suppose that toj j| The hoarding of moneys the practicing ; which died in the house. going on in the busy ln.i n b-lim.| MI-I,

it could be eliminated, what The house again became the storm spectacled !
1 of a false economy produces stagnation i
L | would follow? I Ii center when it was returned there for
in in the
business which very
and | >, no freeze, no t'aFthquak,1 i .concurrence in the amendments. The
nature of things must lead to direful Mr.; Reese, of EsiiiinluH county.
would produce more drt> ,;first was concurred in without objec- livery
t ___ consequences.Don't much interested in a bill he h *
I <. ad-I and the second after a fight. Mr.
feed your readers on false )jtion introduced in the house to n>iunstreet >
Old Stills taken | no exaggerated statement i, i Watson, of Miami who is considered t
; '
'theories nor permit others to do so. cars to be equipped with '..
the millions and millions of ithe best parliamentarian in the house .n.l.t' -
through Pf'U-I' II. W. i ':,; that will prevent the di.strvs.xji
directly interested for a moved to reconsider the vote by which s
wire will receive
I accidents that are of frequent .
culture and manufacture of to-I !i the amendments were concurred in, n' .uience. -
follcwing works PREPARE THIS YOURSELF.For I understand that Mr Klnuni. '<
I this being carried, he moved to lay
those who have form of
; any I who is counsel for the P,'nsauda'
FAYETTEtflLLE N. | has first to be purchased. blood disorders; who want new, rich I the motion to reconsider on the table.
Str'etRailwa Company, has s
i of the seed and things inci blood and plenty of it, try this: i i ia' strategic movement to prevent the ii.ired --

.' JACKSONVILLE i ir gives employment to a Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half opposition from getting the amendments Mr. Rees' 'measure whether Mr. Lt

1r : of people. j jj ounce; Compound Kragon, one ounce; again before the house. Knight will make an effort to defe.wa, i'

Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three II it is a matter ,that is agitating n
j who purchase the seed must j "&)mf' are born great, some achieve .
< ( to do this the soil must !ounces. I nt>t's' mind just now. The measure i9one
( ; greatness some have greatness thrust
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Shake well in a bottle and take in- that should have
I hearty .
in state of cultivation and to suphrt.The |
a them. To the second class belongs .
"teaspoonful doses after each meal and I upon 1 '
employment to many pc o- at bedtime. Any good pharmacy can Mr. Calkins of Nassau who up

ments must also be pur- supply the ingredients at small cost. to this morning after the concurrencein house today ttxpungued
'< I This is the prescription, which when I the senate amendments had takenno mous II. Dove Allison letter from the l;_
) |j the seeds are planted the I made up, is called "The Vegetable part in any action beyond voting _journal, where it had mysteriously I ,4r t

I plants must be carefully Treatment ;" by others, the "'Cyclone and answering to roll call, sprung the ,appeared Tuesday morning. Mr Wilson ,

after. Here, again, thousands Blood Purifier." It acts gently and certainly surprise of the season upon his fellow I of Hernando. who made the motion 1\
I does wonders for
some people
ymt'nt. members by moving to take themotion to expunge this irrational communication -
I I .;
who are sickly, weak and out of sorts
when matured:" must be:" I to reconsider from the table from jthe journal in doing s.> il'
and is well known to relieve serious,
and here again employment :long-standing cases of rheumatism )where the un eentleman un.from.. Tilil_'..__no. had-____ I referred to its author as the "nun &

Se OLD i i to many busy hands. and chronic backache quickly. II succeeded in laying it the day before. I who parts his name in the middle with

,, any of these tobacco fields\ Make some up and try it. x-4 All authorities on parliamentary usages the emblem of peace and is at war

what a hive of busy industry with the whole world."
to the contrary the house look
ntoo to view. I A Beautiful Vision. I Mr. Wilson is of the influential
kindly to Mr. Calkins' doctrine that a one most -

j! the crop is gathered it must I verily believe that by some in-I'majority could do anything they pleased members of the house and i*

s lcturt'tl. Here, again. is em 'scrutible' law of the stellar un \' .
I the motion to reconsider was resurrected I a leader in the administration force*.
for thousands.! [the earth in its circuit around the sun, I -
the second amendment providing -
r I does not !stop here. The to [Ihas touched the rosy light of heaven for employment of counsel to I Colonel Robert W. Davis, of Tain-

form must and received a thrill! from the celestial -
: its manufactured I the
assist the investigating committeewas pa was a striking figure among
market and here I magnet, that will make" our planet -
: the :
upon I lopped off in the twinkling of an many interesting personages seen at

f Put I oyml'n t. given to an army I the happiest of all that are in our 'eye, and a precedent established that the capital this week. He hall gain\din .

solar system. revolutionize! the procedure, at flesh since the campaign thr$t|J.

\'ati n and manufacture of \Vhy?" You ask.Rockefeller least in the present house of repre- years ago and has lost nun of th*!

in puts food into the mouths and has determined to give sentatives. pt-rsonal magnetism that made him >t

the backs of thousands his vast wealth llirt'ctto! the })C'l- ,-
upon fur.f' the idol of
Hating accomplished this ft'at.Ir.. lrS the inrpubcr of

sst !' of people. ple.Not Calkins again became the alert, wordless Florida.
stimulates: the prices of I to libraries, not to churches, not I
4'r I watching of what was passing II
makes the buildings of great to institutions or to men who idle, I
around him and except to answer The opening fight; of the state school
ihlf'. with hands in ptck'ts-not to anar-
roll call or to vote, has not been heard was begun in the senate today when
Gadsden county and see what chists and bad men; but to steady,
from again. except to ask to be excused Senator tone asked for the appointment -
(' for the farmers there. Go sober working men who have stuff in ,
for the coming week to attend tof a committee to inspect the
and see what a city it has them. They are to have homes of ,
court. Whether he does any thing ,abandoned building of the University
their own in the great cities where
'else this season, he has been the :;:-al-I at Lake City, with the view of establishing -
I :, this industry and who can rental is high and landlords tyrannical..i'
1a lery god this week.In a school there. The motion WM
1r the condition of things that ,, If John D. Rockefeller does this hP.1 I
,opposed by Senator Buckman and resulted -
Regular $1.00 ? (|( will have a minument high as the I!
; l a clever: editorial: one of the in the motion being lost by a
; are felt in a clouds, and it, will he a shrine wheremillions
II cleverest of the many things from I tie vote. That the matter is not titled -
-nt ways. Wt>od hund-I(I will go, as the Arabians go to'
I Claude I/Engle's gifted pen Senator is a foregone conclusion and the
p for the manufacture Mecca, and Jorji D., will be revered
Beard's refusal to serve on the committee Buckman bill and all the complicationthat
a cigar boxes and the labels I as the greatest and best man that everI
I named under the unamended have grown out of it will occupythe
boxes keep a million printing I I I lived.
Ocala resolution is characterized as Achilles\ atention of the legislative tally
busy. The use of tobacco has God bless Rockefeller. E. X. in |I' '
JI : sulking in his tent The committeeWhat before it closes its session. '
I incorporated into our business St. Petersburg Independent.THE r -
to destroy it would entail want /

tl upon millions of our fllI GEORGIAN'S BLUNDER. a Woman Can Do. 2,000 String of Billiards.

I Former Representative Walter Mab- "Revolution in a tlood" has tone .

same category with tobacco is Unwise, indeed but surely not disgraceful I ry, of Wellsville! was holding a baby over_the game of billiards, and *>' understand -

r wine, beer and the products the Billiard Association are "
I was the position assumed by with one hand the othei,; day and
John Temple Graves the distinguish-i! reached with the (making up their minds to bart another
other hand to
!' oil in whiskey i is as fctroke. The ingenious .tnehorlof
ed Atlanta and
'>rator editor, at the I
a the nicotine in tobacco TIOiS-1 recent Bryan banquet at Chattanoo- ,I.some object from the floor. The movement cannon was on Saturday exploitx

r t s view point of health ,gar when he proposed that William '] strained him so that he broke his to its death.Reese .
n I II be said in praise of wine I I in
can Jennings Bryan nominate Theodore:' ,n-ishbone. It is evident Walter does an unfinished br.aks! -

? I ever, been said in praise of I Roosevelt for a third term. tending over two days, made o\-r
I not know much about babies. .\ wo-
| I! ('01. Graves is a seeker for notoriety! two thousand cannons; and l. ,vejoy, F

In. : earliest times it has been r,>l'i i!in all honorable ways. He is build- ]man can grab a baby with one hand, the inventor of the stroke ov..r a

-- >d as a medicine and a tonic 1 1I button her husband's collar, make the thousand '
gt :ing up in Atlanta a great newspaper:,
I beneficial to the aged and I I and every movement which he can I beet t dust the furniture, take up the Subsequently l>awson has Jradl' t.d

i : It was so recommended by !make to get into the national lime ashes, put a stick of wood in the stove, the same trick with almost equalu- -

tltt. and when fatigued and weary I light makes his paper conspicuous. wind the clock, pick a pin off the floor, cess. The speed at which the sc. remounts

; \ in all probability formed a Newspapers:,; thrive on curiosity. Colt swat a fly on the back of her neck is incredible. Rwa was a ell!

_.. i the daily diet of the Savior of Graves saw an opportunity to say I;shoo the chickens out of the flowerbed under two minutes making an hundred -

I In the grosser form of al- ,I something new at Chattanooga, toe I and knock the cat out of the milk and his first thousand took hnni r

ie( : was manufactured by the take a new tact in the national pull- |pan with the other hand and never a few seconds more than Ihr.-Iluar.'S I'
ele- ; of his Country" and in I: strain tern He the3
I I only ,tics and. thus to attract attention to a muscle.-Louisiana Press. of an hour. stood in

the?; I ;t 1 j, has it been placed under himself and to the G, trgian.TamlaXews. same spot all the while the balls rooting -

prV_ 1 + t I Even the Jacksonville Metropolis, hardly at all. and the only br'<
!t 1 am not discussing it from the .John Temple Graves' old paper, says in the monotony was a slight paii-.

bO\\:: I ttt it,, ,? of morals or health. Ocala ---- f 1 that John Temple made a big mistakeit at the end of each hundred for the
as a Winter Resort. !
Spt .\+',:; ",\\'"'II'. ... i i immemorial times tht'int: i the Chattanooga Bryan banquet. It chalking of the cue.

its products have formed a Ocala has become: famous as a reSort I"was an awful break but it put the The performance Is not a game, .

th I of the husbandry of nearly: for those who desire to escape "I brilliant Georgian in the limelightfor whatever else it may b*. London

se- the wintry blasts of the n rth. Itji j: a temporary hour. I Outlook.

little being inland. there is no harsh winds, I r 1
od a item in your pa- --

long ago in which it was stated the climate being pleasant and balmy. !

ateA small a thing as the labels of: Its Decembers, Januarys and Febru- I i .

mitmitf brewery kept a great many ,Junein ) ... ,.

and presses at work and that "

.. if placed one by one on I refreshing and invigorating balmy !I L

COla I >r would reach a height ,and mild and when a breeze spring .

Peal lw a t8 >-thrt..} miles, putting our lup I! it is unnecessary to hove into the ,L_,.---.:'. PEPPERS

tbe house as they are gentle and health- c.
; : : to shame and overlook

per. i; tallest mountain peaks. I giving.
Many visitors of the north r I
[ thel army engaged Sn this claim A .. .............
t Ocala their .
as winter
. it i 3whit ) of's labor in all its quarters and
. ', ; i if placed side by r the hotel arrivals are many and (con ;v

thel I SHIELD two breast would form a more stant. The Ocala House and the Montezuma -

hotel are the principal hostelries
tbel army in point of numbers TO ALL Who :' rvr'' T 'C'f
duct<; armies of all civilied nations. in the city. There are many''!

reeti Mean this industry suddenly and I boarding houses and the rates range Indigestion, Biliousness, flicinc;'

$5, t 1 $ !< great army of workers out from five dollars per week up for i i Troubles, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia

board and room. The gouge feat, as
Thel it is
scarcely too much
comt buy or \ : it would overtax the cfcar- incidental! to so many famous winter '; Dr. P- ppei '.i Mountain Herbs: comes: like:; the dawn cf :u..j'-: \

gene j ease and philanthropists and human- resorts, is an unknown quantity here. : bringing a new healthy and happy lease en life. 11 is a
juts and One may live as cheaply and comfor- cure, containing neither alcohol, calomel nor : '
produce a of i il muculJ'-r.y a
1 !It I IT SOLD toe the l more lamentable than cry thl"I I tably in Ocala as an'where.-Seaboard i I I within pure, natural reach of, vegetable al!. remedy so cheap t} tit brings: goof b.1th: ,

BY ever heard. Railway Industrial Review. I!

hour judgment this army is being --- ---- -- I IRO Tableta for $1.00. also *W j" :5c tr<1 W6 radajre-
M. C. After a recess of sixteen years Chas. I! dealers, or mailed direct for ..e.Vnte for valuable! information flee M
after I surely diminished
and the t
A. Finley of Columbia count, isi I
day.f solving itself.
I again at the desk of the secretary in MOUNTAIN HERB CO.. Knoxville, Tern
resulting from
the ex-
the senate. Mr. Finley is a courteous,
in .
I of alcoholic drinks are be I
painstaking and efficient gentleman
tUrtlion in our !schools proclaimed -
I and the same may be said for Tom
pulpits and is
taught in the
I Appleyard whom he succeeded.Madison I For S ate By
sixty when
our bar
rooms are New Enterprise Tydings & Co. Ocala
l Fla. .nti-Monopoly
Drug Store
j Ocala. Ra. ,_

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I ( SPECIAL LEGISLATION. and agents as the corporation '
i Ocala, Fla., Feb. :2''). 1907. may authorize. All the officers shall
The press of the country enl fl.GlllI HDlTIOHgW hold their respective offices until
unanimous in saying that Mr. Notice is hereby given that the un- their j OF -
successors are duly elected ariualified.
Temple Graves, editor of the Ir. i I dersigned as Trustees of the Special Any t\o of such offices 'INfTLMBERCOMPANy

given l Tax School District Number One i in .
Georgian at a banquet occur may be held by one person. except I .

Bryan, offended the proprieties : Di Clarion County, State of Florida, (otherwise those of President and 'Viee-Presi-

,uggt'sting'that the guest of the I rter i THC MtYIWW known as Ocala School Dis- dent." '

ing who was himself at least : CURE 10* YOU !!!lOW t" !Strict) will, during the next regular session That .Article VII of the charter of 'I' The undersigned, intending and proposing j
eyes of the party, a SALTSICKI nI5YTIIfO\1 R ': of the; Legislature of the State said corporation shall be so amended to organize
nomination. de CAT TilPUCVtNBTTES a corporation under -
'presidential ) -- to read as follows:
sidenc '. : iof Florida and sixty days after the the
Roosevelt for the Ir ) ? "The general laws of the State of
Of MANY YLA3S; SK IO BE ThE EcST "::lI'lof' OK Nil amount of indebtedness 1
date: of this I
But. brushing this phase oi the I' MAR fT FOB DISEASE m IC.'CK OF".!.lttOSTht : and the or liability to which this corporation Florida, relating to the organization

ject asicie if Mr. Graves were : > ac RESTDilES TE lJor.fA 1"\ "; :'!fA!"' .ccrirTILGMAN5 publication thereof according to law, can at any time subject itself I of corporations for profit hereby make >

sensational I IS NOT A FOOD IIT Pjy A:Toex fli-! ] 'apply to the said Legislature for the
shall be
to niaka t\'e hundred thousand dollars, and publish the following articles ( !
why did he not suggest ap\ ,. 25CEMSApwnL enactment of a law, or laws, the object (S5tU.Uut.' ) incorporation and proposed charter: 4

I of Mr Roosevelt nominating ,; a- lit fOaSAl: BV Ltfi TAdCHUXliS: KAVrAC'ini:; !) 87ACHERMAH and substance of which will belo corporation has prepared certificates I 1.

an for tn- presidency? rA.l'' : the said unuer its common seal of the J
!! enipoxver Special Tax
it name of the
The united press of the ('ountr : 1011- ; :& STEVP proposed amendments corporation shall:
F'A. as adopted,
School District
publican newspapers and .. ca- ",", ..,.-... to provide for and tissue aforesaid, which is now on I be PINE LCMBER COMPANY, ant

ne"pal"'I".-'. all agree that Mr. !.!: a i bonds or certificates of indebtedness file in the office ct''tht of i the principal place of business shall

vel> ii. i'n Mr. Bryan's ') not exceeding in amount the the State: of Florida in Se' at !ibe in the city of Ocala, Marion Coua

has arrayed i it .un of Ten Thousand Dollars ($W.- Talla ,
C ::11 "' .tin hasst'e. Florida.STANDARD ty Florida and at such other !

I IHI' !in newspaper has yet I:!; :.V! (fiuojiO) ) the proceeds of which to be & HERNANDO RAIL las the Board of Directors places

ct Air. 1r.Ufl has purloined .\ treaties yy Mail used to liquidate, present indebtedness 1)..\ t't. may seilect. -

: lt: ,ifn.- t.> -,1 r. Roosevelt. : '. of said S>"hool I District and to erect, \s'al By John L. Iujlis. i
)' I :, .ti lands where he ::Jfokavfn in an C :nT-.Ilployncnt ;frrt r- : : .t1'l :
g::# 'l' ,i. ;.mi 19.14.> He has ar.d l/ect.v -,_:-tiniiu1jis', .- !.<"' par.llal' equip and otherwise Ralph Barker, The
a '/wi ."al! horizon since those \1'- .' ook-kI'\.J m;.'. An- ,-i.'t."\ IT!_'' -a. u -> -. aB1 B-1 B1tation. ,enlarge and increase the facilities of I general nature of the businessto

,:.x-11 in a |larger scope. G-unU''i ;...etorf.-" v-u, Hr-.r...:.::. : the ;school! buildings! and property of _- eQrtLiry.. 4-19 : be transacted is to conduct, a sawmill
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.,' mi in many: ways but i ir \ --. a.! topa5 oro.icalr<,. .!.Taujht' >:i'yr--by MAIL','. "%T"c'l'l'f5a1jj.". .....,'3taJ'ItC'.ltJ .-am! Di 'ict. 'NOTICE OF PROPOSED--AMENDMENT ---- business, buy, acquire,. lease, own,
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,. ;mal; Bryan. \ free.A: ri-.l 1. mMfcSjl'a'-atta.n*. fJ t B. A. WEATHERS, TO CHARTER OF THE j mortgage, sell and dispose of mills,

.1 i '. "' ing been in the; :ld! I jr. !! j. E. CHACE, PORT INGLIS TERMINAL :milling plants and all other property

.' .11'-. having twice \)( -;. IST fi S SSSg SsS W. T. GARY. ; COMPANY. i necessary and advantageous in carrrI -

4 ii j i 1,1 1.t1'l'r of his party hi !;-!:- !iTiu&tees! Ocala Special Tax School ins on a saw milling business in-

.; I. .. Absolutely clean. 1: District. Notice is hereby given as follows: eluding lands and timber and timber
heard 2-22-St
: ,
., ," i b.n entrapped, placed i |I in AT WHEREAS, the Port lusH !rights and
--------- fi I personal property. and to
in a hole. :! '<. I i
.nl I' !1.r put Burnett; Terminal Company at a stockholder'smeeting
Hi .. li.l' it been with Mr. : Jerry i NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMEND-*I[: of the said company held at |engage in such other business as is

inconsisten general
-Itwith Rockwell, Marion County, the pur-
.. correspondence with THE I t STANDARD AND HERNANDO i I Forid I pose this and
S. ; I principal ylace of s said : 01 orgamzatIn, not in

I ".If till" and with Bellamy i Merchant I RAILROAD COMPANY. corporation, on Wednesday, April 3rd. i violation of the laws of the State of .

.;:': H. Harriman and a l&OT. I. laOi'::, at I o'clock noon; said meeting i!Florida and the United States.
't )i or lii rv': See how he denounced I Notice i> I 1..rtgin'n as follows! : having blt'l called and all t"khoId 1
-tenement as an i! THAT WHEREAS, the Standard & 111.
ParK. i ers notified by publication ot the I
t ibd.d," which later inv'>ke I Hernando Railroad Company at a I time and place and object of such I The amount of capital stock authorized the truthfulness of Tailoring i 1. i meeting of stockholders of said is the
: :. meeting once a week for four consecutive sum of Thirty Thousand
Company. at Rockwell. Marion County
fi.-i'-ui-, nt made by the weeks prior to the holding of such i will be
Iir.iii.. !" nominee! See how he week Florida the principal place: of bus- meeting in ;Dolarhich into
a published in
':.,.t.I Air. Cortleyou who was \' l'ts. t, ness of said corporation. on Wednesday, Marion County newspaper, Florida, to-wit: Ocala: ; hundred shares of the par value -

>: .' .n gluing the various now. I April 3, Ilat 11. o'clock A. M.: said Banner. I of One Hundred Dollars each.

-ur.ui.! ". tompunies and other r-.feting having been called and all! and wi he paid in by a conveyanceto

t., int. r.t* of the country to of Ocsla Rorida. stockholders! notified by publication of I And after all the stockholders had corporation by II. L. .
campaign I the time and place and object of such j I been dUlnotified by personal er\kt'.
ui> ." ill.- republican: Trustee, of certain lands, timber,
fund! county Finest bnpn1'tf'd .. 'net-ting tor four consecutive weeks" I the following amendment to the char
rupti"1; ; timber rights, saw mill and outfit
\\ ,ii.fould. Mr. Bryan, who mis i Domestic Clv1 h.-. prior ithe holding of such meeting !, 'er of said COmIanwas adopted by milling outfit and ,

., t\i'if, honored by the !:' be it : ... in a newspaper published in Marion the unanimous vote of four-fifths of personal property

,i.,. .m i 1:1 l fing its standard *
velt for the and fl4. ; a Iria I namely: : of a saw mill, the just valu'ation -
)r. MI.I, 'I' :\lr. KooM j : and by personal service, and
along the \ .) Fits ()'uaranti'd. I THAT WHEREAS, in the opinion of which is hereby by the
(Ti. ,\ ,, uh his record ; -tOldI".ld"rs!: of said corporation be- : fxe
i L of trie stockholders of the Port In-
'Ly"1 ;'.'::11 atell fresh in the : to the present or represented in such j incorporators at the Thir-! :;
gus Terminal it is
: 'I 1" .Viu-'ii-an people'.' on u nketil g.- the following amendments to II ble Company tt'sir- ;Thousand Dollars.
and in the best interest
-- future I
not H. THALGOTT tnear'i'r: 'if said Company were corporation that the capital stock of IV. ,

MATTEL JOTTINGS. of adopted,. by the unanimous( of the I the corporation be increased from one ;! The term for which this corporation
Proprietor of the ntir.stoi k of said
corporation at
.:, I DUNNELLON BAKERY said meeting same being over four- i lion dollars, $ OOO,) ): it is,
money: I
la Banner: : !
:--j; > !.n -ir IK a fifths of the entire stock of said corporation
RESOLVED, that the stock
brinJr capital
did the of the fol j.1 1 The business of the shall
add no by adoption company
1 snap
: ; bill, .Is now prepared; to ship; Bread. Cakes, I of the corporation shall be increased
lowing resolutions, namely: be conducted by Board of three directors
1atl.> except a slight from million dollars a -
one ($1,000,000)
i. \ ;; for Pies, Etc., on short notice, and :
guarantees THAT WHEREAS in the opinion of i'
I 1.1; i k i.: their growth. not be satisfaction in all cases.: ,..1 I (Fitstkho.ier of the Standard and to two million dollars (Si'.OuO.OO"; and a President a vice President
( and further it is.RESOLVED. and Generl Manager, and a Secretary -
In: ( 'arroll. of Ocala. re Give him a trial. |I Hernando Railroad Company it is de- .1
;; that the charter of ; and Treasurer, and the businessof
"irahhai'l in the best interest
of thacorpuratiri
in llartel ,
"lh'ul sermon: bn I said corporation shall be amended s the company will be conducted by
that the stock of
afternoon. boar : THE GEORGIA PEACH CROP DE-, capital that Article III thereof shall read as-
Sus'ii.iy:! I Robert Knight, President: J. G.
corporation; be increased from two | J
STROYED. I follows
Mr.I J. M. Bryan wife had hundred thousand dollars <$200.000) to 1 : Culpepper, Vice-President and General -
-- "The amount of capital stock authorized
ti for a ; : aper.ay that thti -
rilumes at Boardman the latter ,," \ :. i peiu-h: crop i.f Georgia t is ntariy entirely "t'O). it IS.RESOLVED. II ($ ,D0Jts90)] divided into twenty thousand i Secretary and Treasurer, until thos
that the charter of the '
of th. week and report having the | tlt.stro'I..LntJ at many points; shares of the par value of one elected at the first election shall
Standard & Hernando Railroad Co.,
con : where the largest orchards are located I I I 1 hundred dollars ($100) per share. payable :i be qualified: the officers of this company -
delightful time. shall beo amended that Article III
from 1 the peaches hab n entirely: killed" i I in lawful money of the Unite : shall be elected at a meeting
shall read follows
\11-0-0 Stella Martin, the succ pan) The Georgia: entomologists says: thai t "Tht- amount as of :capital stock of i States. The same to be nonassessI i to be held at the offices of the ComIpany -

tiaiher at Martel school, ; anti t the crop at Cave Suriiig,", AdairsvilleI said corporation shall be five hundred I and to b issued when the money. : on the first Tuesday in January
but I Elbert ilabA-sham anti therefor is paid into the
with county. county I j
last week treasur.
ti-riii; thousand 1'llar.10.1)01): ) divided into .of each year.
) th" i Austtll arail tl 'stro'e.j. And that the his
,-r. i-t'-!. The best wishes of the rive thousand shares of the ;>ar ; VI.
absence the vice-President, be
allow A .speeial to the Georgian from Bar- anhereby j
value of CInehundred dollars
< > an I patrons will and | tow county says: It is thought to be per hi.flIaid: capital stock (to$100)be ;j he i is instructed to take or cause j The highest amount of indebtedness

in hi r home. Stores :. extremely doubtful if a single peach is paid in lawful money of the United: j to be taken all the nect'ssar' proceed |or liability to which the corporation

lecturer they: left in this county. !I ings required by t procure said lean at time subject itself is the
noted temperance States upon calls made by the Dir>otors any
adver j They are all killed in the vicinity ol I jamendment to charter of the corpor-
and lectured in such instalments as Directors : sum of Dollars. ,
larl"1 1 Monday, ThirThousand
I. con j ilacon. Not more than twenty bushel: !; ation.
: deem best.
in afu-rnoon and evening. will be harvested in Fulton count] may I .'1\\'. therefore in accordance with] 1 .
I And thereupon the following amendment i i resolution notice is 'I The names and residences of the
and in Gordon HO cent. 01
i.IYonian's county per sad s adop4.
rgani of the! charter of said
I, the crop is reported killed. corporation that the Terminal : subscribers, and the amount of capi

I iiion"utli; a membership of 1'W (com Early vegetables are also nearly al was adopted by: the unanimous j Company will apply to the governor .tal stock subscribed by each subscriber -
vote of tin entire stock of said
ll"-o Kemp was elected : corpor- i of the State of at Tallahassee,
Mary ,' re killed :Many: of the farmers, however tion rrer.t by adopting the following Florida is as follows:

ui It ami! Miss Lillian Bryan such] are planting larger crops of watermel- resolutions, namely: j Florida, on the i Robert J. Knight, Tampa, Florida,

.J tary. j (ons hoping in this way to even up foi!'I THAT WHEREAS in the opinion 0the i I 21st day of May, A. D., 1907, :250' shares.
their losses theit CoW for letters amending the char
coun on peaches. :I patent
Folks, teacher at stockholders of the Standard and i William C. Knight Crystal River.
:M.>" liny \ as | was also killed and Georgia: farmer: ; I ter of the Port Inglis Terminal Company ,
Herr.nnd" Railroad it is desirable
toii Want seiiool, will close the ; to j are feeling 1"}' blue. t'omuany: heretofore granted as follows: (Florida, 40 shares.
and in the best interest of the
Friday with an excellent ) ,, South and North Carolina. Alabama. That \..riillt: shall be so amended J. G. Culpepper, Silver Springs,
corporation that the )lushest anucmt
to hirr- etc.. also suffered h''n.lfrom. ta I as to as folo\\.-: I Florida, 10 shares.
Diniu-r will be served on the of indebtedness or liability to which
Ed- i< recent cold weather. "The amlunt tt tapital stock Witness our hands and seals this
the corporation at time sub I
and a large attendance is shall be two million dollars
more ject itself be increased from one hun- the 8th day of March, 1907.ROBERT .
exercises.Notwithstanding than ($2.0ijD.OOO' ) divided i into twenty thousand -
witness the closing i NOTICEIn '''re and shares of the par value of oneI
the I m i 000) to five hundred thousand dollar i WILLIAM C. KNIGHT, (seal)
I hundred dollars share.
ad the (J100) per payable -
druuKth, crops that were such a the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial tUt.0W:!': ). it isIiESOLVED. in lawfuy money of the United" \ J. G. CULPEPPER, (seal)
i Circuit of Florida. in and for that the highest I
:March growing States the to be non-assessable Ii
early in are the' i ; same -
Marion In i
; County Chancery. amount of intebteilness or liability
The Muriel Lumber ('tlml' h un I: and to be i"U.t when the money :State of Florida "
The City of Ocala. a Municipal Corimration. jto vhich fie corporation shall at anytime : *
I for is the '
making progress in the f'r\'t'' Complainant ,Yo D. subject itself shall be five hundred inert paid treasury. !County of Marion,
This has certificate
I corporation prepared -
f their railroad south.'ReV. have a Lozier. et al. Defendant-Order thousand dollars ($5f( M>uO); andit | under| its common seal of the I Personally appeared before me. the

M. II. Outland. pastor of I for ConstructiveService is further. I j propose/ amendments adopted a!i j undersigned authority, Robert J.
RESOLVED that the charter of the
to cast : aforesaid which is now onI !'Knight and J. G. Culpepper, to
ft. l1e
Itch l'm'uitillI1rl'al'1t at It is ordered that the defendants corporation shall be amended so that tt'rtiat'
the .1 I file in the office of thei well known to be the individuals described
I r.tary
( i
herein named to-wit S. T. Lozier :
church Sunday at 11 a. m., : ant Arti'III shall read as follows: I
insist i State: of Florida in hi office at Tal- in and who signed and
: ) executed
.1 \V. D. Lozier, be and they are hereb; The highest amount of indebtedness
Slartel l at T'.oO:: p. in. The public d..fer !.iha st> Florida. I
l l. the foregoing proposed charter
; j required to appear to the bill of comj or liability to which this corporation

... dially invited to attend these a part 'j plaint filed in this cause on or befon can at any time subject itself. shall be I PORT INGLIS TERMINAL' COM I and each acknowledged the execution

(""" t The repairs on the : male! 'I Monday, the 3rd day of June, 1907. five hundred thousand dollars. ($500.- PAX\ John Inglis. I!thereof for the uses and purposes
chair By
It is further ordered that :E'al 1
; Martel and the recurbing of > mat I a copy oI 000.) i it I therein set forth and expressed.
" "
. 1e-Prtsidt'nt.
k/ : I this order be published once a wee! And thereu )o) the following amendinent Given under hand and seal of
been completed and the their' i Ralph Darker. my
has I for four consecutive weeks in thi of the charter of said corporation I
the ) .) ;, Secretary. 4-19] office this 8th day of March. 1907.
have refurnished: Ocala Banner a newspaper publish< was adopted by the unanimous vote .
last 1 in said and state. My commission expires 7th day of
our preacher has a cozy home. county of the entire stock of said corporation FOR
I I This 13th day of April, I97.t present by adopting the follow NOTICE OF APPLICATION August, 1907.

A photographer: has pitched I left I ,,. '1'. feistrunk. ing resolution, namely: I LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S I I seal)

at Martel and seems to be ,) '' Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla THAT WHEREAS in the opinion ; LAND. H. :1 HA IPTON.Xotary

ronized.Mr. T. E. Biggs of the stockholders: of the Standardand I Public Florda.I .

D. A. Clark has all and I, Compl..l nant's Solicitor. 4-13, Hernando Railroad Company it is i Notice is hereby given that on the

ostmaster at Martel and has I NOTICE. desirable and in the best interests of !30th day of April, A. D., 1907, I I State of Florida ."

the postofflce into the south :;:. I the corporation that Article VI !will apply to Honorable Joseph Bell, I!i County of C i : ci
limiting the number: of Directors to !county judge in and for Marion counUy -
which is 1 Personally appeared before the
the commissary five be amended increasing the same me.
Notice of for Tax Dee
Application < !
( : state of Florida, at his office in
convenience of to Seven it isRESOLVED ; undersigned authority WILLIAM
ranged for the Under Section S of 4SSS.: Ocala in said for order
Chapter county. an au-
mail at Martel. j that the number of :'C. KNIGHT, to me well known to be
who get their j Laws of Florida. I Directors ot aid Company be increased .authorizing me as guardian of the minor i!one of the parties described in and

Mrs. Anna bytes and and of!: ':' Notice is hereby given that Luk from five to se\en Directors; and heirs of the estate of R. Y. Lanier 'who executed the foregoing proposed

Orange Lake are making a further it is.RESOLVED. and E. V. Lanier. deceased, to
l dipped i Kirklan purchaser of tax certificate!o I and acknowledged the exec-
Joe Seckinger, j that the charter of saitl] at private sale the following property -1charter
visit to11'11 sel the for the and -
th same
r\ !Nos. 417, 421. 420 and 422, dated corporation shall lib amended so that belonging to said estate, to-wit: uton purposes

s. Boyles.Writing n men) !first day of July. A. D., 1901. has file< ArticleVI shall read: as follows: Northeast quarter of southwest therein set forth and express

"That the third Tuesday in February ed.
said certificates in office and ha; on
else, my and south half of southwest
to Levi Lincoln in I of each y.-ar there shall be elected quarter Given under my hand and seal of
r.-cent made for tax deed to is quarter
application of section 9, township 15
stockholders of said -
democratic : seven corporation office this 8th day of March, 1907.
,.. father of the party S marks pros- 'sue in accordance with law. Said eer'- as Directurs and that said Directors south range : east: and north hal My commission expires 10th day of

;) "Disapproving myself of i r,- !Jtificates: embrace the following de at their meeting to be held of northwen quarter of section 1, :rune, 1S"9.

. \\1 the honors and veneration of the i Pros i jscrilied! property situated in Marioi:1 I on tile tame day. s.hall ekct annually township 1." south range 22 east, (seal N. BARCO

\.. birthday of our republic to any ". and :. Prtsident. \ -President. Secretary excepting, however from the above
county. Florida. to-wu: Lot 4, bloc and Treasurer, and such other Notary Publit: State of Florida.:
tt' with civi- lands the following described tracts.
idual or of dividing them I J8;, lots 1, 2. 31.. Z of block 12, lot;; ,'iit'eT.i'lui: aK1"as me eoriiora-1 ,'i
men the southwest
uals 1 have declined letting m rf"l.tly((2. :2 L 4 and 7. block 13, all in Benedici t | may authorize. All the officers shall. o-wt: of commencing the northwest at of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
birthday be known and \ !hot; their office until tOttU '{. : u\\ n "thatI ;Heights, in to\\'nsliip 13. south, rang<*<. ors are duly elected and qualified. Any northwest quarter of said section 1C. FOR LETTERS PATENT. not t ) loIt" still we
R.isriMl I I ;21! east. two of such dfikes may be held by hence north on section line 2C-20
case t): : that
are an The said land being assessed at th "n ? person. ex(> pt ih0.t of PresiZ1ntami 'chains: thence east C.C'!) chains, thence NOICE IS HEREBY G\"EX,
I I the ICth day of ;, the
-:date of "the issuance of snch cert]. Yie-Presidl'nt. south 19.2: chains thence east u; Aprl
i j be and here- undersigned will apply to the Honorable
is still f'fcates in the name of J. H. Crosby;: chains thence south 3.5 chains, thence
by he is instructed take or cause tot N. B. Broward. Governor ofof
shy t
r i (r'Tex.) ':Mrs.: H. C. Boiton and parties un-,! >e taken all the necessary. proceed east 2.19 chains, thence south 3.45 chs. the State of Florida, at Tallahassee.

:tiown. Unless said certificates thai II lags required by la\\ to prcuresi to quarter-quarter section line thence Florida, for letters patent upon the
amendments to charter of corpora- 11.94 chains to of beginning -
: vest poin
.be redeemed according to law, taj te foregoing proposed charter.
'tion. and excepting also tract njnimecc-
.by deed will issue thereon: on the 23ri: I Now therefore in accordance withsaid This 13th: day of March. 1907..

.rLuMBEr : notice is ing at a point 57.95 chains west of ROBERT, J. KNIGHT.
; Iday of April, A. D.. 1S07. arr.enilments so adupte
; northeast corner of Grant in C. KNIGHT,
opinion 1 Witness my official signature an(:I hereby given that and .I\"arez WILLIAM
I Hernando Railroad Company will apply ownship 13 south range 22 east, 3-13 J. G. CULVPEPPER.ADMINISTRATOR'S .
done .seal this the 20th day of March, A. D. ,
TINNER 'i to the governor of f 'r *t- > thence north 580 feet. thence west

bthe:1907. Florid at Tallahassee Florida, on thence south 300 feet. thence NOTICE OF

da)'". (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, east 200 feet hence south 230 feet, i FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS

com i 21st day of May, A. D.. 19C7 hard road, thence
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County, to Silver Springs CHARGE.
Steam for letters patent amending the Stand-
Gas and i i Florida. 3-22 : and & Hernando Railroad Company's east UK) feet to point of beginniaa:

said lands situate, lying and being in t
places charter heretofore as follows: that on the
gnted. Notice is hereby given
| I Florida.
NOTICE. That Article III charter of Marion county, .
t5'.5b""l5'S! i amended to the estate 1 j Eth day of May, A. D., 1907.
said corporation be Said lands belonging
of :hal H his
asj -
As the requirements of the con-'I to r.-ad as follows of the said R. Y. Lanier and E. V. ;the undersigned will present

fFitter of- i j fruit.istimtioa per of Florida notice is hereb i "The amount ot"capital stock of said Lanier, deceased, to be sold for the mat accounts and ouchfers to Joseph
: is of be five hundred :'Bell, judge, Marion county
: .j corporation heirs. county
that the board of county com >hal .best interest; of said minor
'given !
thousand ($300,000) in- Florida at his office at Ocala, and
\ Baths, of Ma- :missioner; of Marion county. Florida 1 [ Lt) live thousand shares of i\'tdd par \alut> This 2Stn day of February, 1&07.M. |Imake final, settlement and apply for
Hot Water :; I"ill apply to the next ensuing legis-iof one hundred dollars ($ Ot) per share; discharge as administrator of

:; great .lature of Florida for special legisla,. and said capita stock to be paid in S-29-.jt Guardian. ,'jfinal estate of J. Porter Smith, deceased.

Wash Basins, i but is:i' :ion to legalize and validate all war'-! lawful n.oney the United States up ,' November 2, 1906.I .
; made the Directors in such
; un- rams issued; by the board of count, I on calls by NOTICE. T. N. SMITH,
Tin of Marion Flor'. installments a; Directors may deem I
county. t
) Roofing A let commissioners [As; Administrator of the Estate of I.

said[! ida, for work and materials:: in con.1 bst. of The Central National Bank. of 11-2-Gm
Tin.Gutterings 'I Article VI of the charter i Porter Smith, deeased. -
Valley I killed ?:trueting; the courthouse at OealaFlorida sad.corporation -hal be so amended Ocala. located at O ala. in the Stateof

& som*!/: for county purposes. as follows Florida. is closing its affairs. All

l '. John L. Edwards. Chairman. I "That on the third Tuesday in February ncte holders and other creditors of Tetter, Salt Rheum and Eczema.

tors always in s \ : nearly J. M. Mathews of each year there shall be elected .the association, are therefore hereby : These are diseases which Chamber-

\ ;i K. A. Fort, : seven stockholders of said corpora- .notified to present the notes and other -Iain's Salve is especially valuable. It

Estimates: furnished on i a re- C.V.. Turner ';i tion at as their Directors meeting, and tht held said on Direc-the, claims for payment. quickly allays the itching and smarting Price

as tc' S. R. Pyles. Commissioners:* tor daV- shall ', a T. T. MUNROE, and soon effects a cure.
( 1 same t'let annual
perience tion. Twenty-seven 3-13 4 ._ | President Vice-President, .: 2-22-St President. 1 125 cents. For sale by all drugstsI

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5 : II I --H 4ft account of digestion, nervouste r .:.

i 1 Schnapps :. I Advertiser 11 i Chisholm and general, Treadwell debility, N.writes Y., Art"and '-

when it ) if there
4 4Smoking looked as was no hope ,
i 4 4 left I was persuaded to try Electric
is .. 4 : Bitters, and I rejoice to say that they
: t .: "r e have equipped 4 i are curing me. I am now doing busfI f
t .- 4 ness again as of old, and am stall '1
: I 4ft : gaining daily." Best tonic medicine on t .,
*. fl 4 .. earth. Guaranteed by Tydings & Co. $ I
: : druggists. 50c. m 3
: ourselves to serve I .. .. ,|

: i: Advertiser : I i :J : ANIMAL.
l | t U S i : Wouldn't there be a roar when men
with Marine !
a i .
.. anything you 0 : went home to their meals if they bad f,
0 to climb up on a high stool in front
: a 4 : of a table on which there was not
4ft .. cloth and eat their meals in that fash-
4* need the Grocery I ftft : ion? Yet a majority of men when they
Ill 4- .
: may i 'go to a restaurant to eat will pick out
.. .* I .- .. : the highest stool and footboard with
t, I : no cloth on it in preference to a com
? : 0 i i 4 fortable chair and cloth covered ta- .

i i Jack Spratt ;. line and solicit !| : .. ble. )/;.

4 : A man will borroa hew of >til",
. : 1 |! Sensation i !bacco. and most men Hill put their>!
.. I i i iI i | : I teeth into the plug right where some .-.t I

, 1 t I your patronage, prom- j I 1 ftft ftft 4t i :. IOffe-r other them man a has piece gnawed of pie a:A; !chew i"I'W from out. ;.

1 : hich the wife
I I \ ( or one f.f i h" < hildren .
: 4"ft -{ .: ,has taken a bite and tiu>' %;uil! holler: '.
: 0 0ising I their heads off.
i. .. to II E : I At home such a fellow will not drink "
give you 4ft : out of
k a glass or cup from which one ::,'
0 0 4 of the family have been drinking. _
Call him into the back stall of a ,-
., Finzeer f Mixed. Uukes 11: I dirty old livery stable, pull out a bottle :
Fi. ; :
. I goods as cheap as allY and he will stick the neck of the.
1 : bottle half way down his throat in
ftft Mixture |t j order to get a swig after a dozen oth
4 ftft 0 er fellows have had the neck of the
4 House in same bottle in their mouths.-Belhille
4. Grocery or I- Times. -
44- _
4 A Poor Organ.
: 4 Dam (s) the biie. That's what your
..i out of the State. 4 4 liver does if its torpid. Then the bile
4 II overflows into the blood-poisons your '
I .. 4 IIt system, causing sick headache, biliousness 1: "'
| New Plaza I sallow skin, coated tongue. JV
: : Rose Leaf : sick stomach, dizziness, fainting spells r
We the stock 4ft etc. Ramon's treatment of liver pills
.. carry i i and tonic pellets strengthens the liver
.+ I 4ft and makes it do its own work. PreVEnts -
!! I and cures these: troubles. It silo ,.
4' .
i t .= .' : -doesn't force. Entire treatment :!
-- 4
: .. I and fill I A -- 4 4 cents_ Tyding's Drug Store. :.
L 0. I can your orders 4 4 4 4 ; I

1.t .. .. ... i : i 4 I j THE BEST MAN IN TOWN.
f 4 i ----
.. : : I The best man we have in our town
: :i i: .. i quickly: :: Continental I | I for the general good of the town is -
J always) seen on the front seat in the
4 4 4 Battle Axe : 4 4 \progressive "band wagon.:' He is the
4 | Cubes '
| : !first one to extend an open and warm
: : j : ft [,hand to greet the sranged and we"l' "
} : *. 4+ jI : i,come him to the best town in tf
n t
h I, I state. He will resent an insult to oK,
4Peiper I I .
II town as quickly) as he would a slur
I 4 11
I 4 at a member of his fa mil)'. He very
u .. 0 : :ijolitely invites the
, .. 0.. ... Our Leading Brands of I 0. 4. I; "move on" He is ever ready kicker to give to ',' "';

p, "- .. II 4 : :Jiis just proportion to every public ,
; I 4 4 I jf enterprise. He talks up our town at
: : I home and abroad and believes it the .
C'Eli : : :L cIG&RsAre Old English j 4 ,best place on God's green eartb in
ftft !j-which to live and desires to be barJ -
i i 4 :ed here when te dies. Let us all try ,
t i : Heidsick ; I I ftft 4ft Curve Cut : *t land I be like this man for one year and
-- ftft t i our little town will take on new life
i 4ft 4 : land improve as never before in its
[its ftft : : history.-Sanford Chronicle.

ou, 1 ? : ftft ftft FLORIDA EMBLEMS 4 I
ah 4
h : a ..ftft ft.ft 4ft The DeFuniak Breeze says that Mr.Flagler .
: : ftft ftft hH: : I and his agents poured out _
4 4 4ft CLUBS 4 money like water in vain efforts to .
4. .4 elect Mr. Robt W. Davis governor of -

chit Champ : : 1890 ;( : : Florida. This is on a par with the al-
i : : most
heuct 4 Van Bibber i universal charge at the time that -
4 4 L.
4 jthe and N. railway poured out money -
EC : : Carter : 4 : like water to elect Mr. Broward and
t 4 4 ftft I 4 4 succeeded. Neither
;h : : : j I 4 4 &C'f &c, i iT !I foundation in fact and charge in all has probab-any '.

son 44 [ 4ft : 4 dIity the charges against both gentle-
amen were
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T[ According to the Bartow papers
ous'te that city has offered to buy and do-

Yours for More and Better Business nate the buildings and grounds of the
iac.Ei abolished south Florida military col-
$ lege, if the Methodist conference will
d in locate their orphans' home at that
kirtjjdon place and there is fine prospects of .
; the offer being accepted.

-ittySe; A. BROWN & BRO There is one subject on which all .
Florida '
papers will agree and that Is
that Florida is the best state in th,. ':

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