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
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Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 26, 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
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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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f Handkerchief Shower for April Brideat i MUNROE & CHAMBLISS tI.

Miss Jones.! Pensacola Journal having been ,
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44 Miss Lucile Ansley, one of Thomas- Flagler, through the East Coast Railway -

i xille's charming April brides, was thei and his other agencies, seeks to

i honoree at a handkerchief shower on I dominate and control the politics of ri

t I Friday afternoon. !1 Florida, from "constable to governor," J BANKERS :

'ti.: BLDOD.REMEDYE' i II! 'j The hostess was Miss Carrie Jones.The and being called upon to cite instanc- ===== i' "

hom* was decorated in a color ;i ieS and establish proofs, replies by; saying i .. -.

scheme of white and green. A throne : that it rests with the friends of Mr. .
4 4 .t i J for the bride was placed beneath an Flagler to disprove' and not for it to i i C ONSERVATISM .

,41 is the best spring tonic. : 'j umbrella, in which the handkerchiefswere I prove what it fays, or words to this I ACCOMMODATION '

: / placed and they were literally I effect. ,i I
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I showered down upon her. i A distinguished statesman of Eng- j
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Those present were Misses Lucile : land once said: j -

11 $1.00 per Bottle. 6 Bottles for $5.00 : : and )larJaretn ley. Katie Hobson, I I "I could, by malicious interrogation, i 4 4 OCALA, FLORIDA. 4

4 4 of :Memphis, Louise Hayes: Janie disturb the peace of the most virtuous !; 44444444 44444444.......9.. ..........................+ "
H Howard, of Danville, Va.. Martha )(er-I: man in the kingdom. I could take the I

AT THE ii rill, Hartley Patten, Edwin Mallette, i iI decalogue, and say to one man, did u__ _

of Camilla Stephens, of Valdosta, Bessie i I you never steal? To the next, did younevt'r die safely and without im-omenionce. of the wheel and from the wheel into <

I 1 Reese, Jennie Wynne Dillon Adams |, commit murdtr'nl1 to another !i The walk up to the home i is v.-ry prettyI the electrical power of the dynamo,

1/jjPostoffice/ I "fY t"st Point, Blanche Ainsworth. !! did you never bear false witness !I and the event will be rather an unusual nine-tenths of the coal's energy is

i Drug Store. I ; .Marion Balfour Gabriella Hawkins, j I against thy neighbor?" ] one fur many of the visitors. wasted. When a means is found which

: Mesdames J. McF. Williams Voohhies I j jR. Would the "burden of proof in these j A trip to Atlantic Beach is discussed will utilize the full power of coal, he

. G. Mays, Alexander.-Thomasville j malicious interrogations rest againstthe I and Dixieland would like to extend says, the steam engine will be relegated -

yi 44444444444444..+......... ...............4 4 Times-Enterrrise. t innocent persons: so accused of I some courtesies to the visitors, but to the scrap heap, all railroad

> crime? limited time may prevent the accepting trains will be run by electricity, all
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... I Mr. Flagler will have spent one hundred i s of all plans, however attractive factories will be operated electrically,

0-- : Tampaites Enjoy-Piscatorial Sport on I IFlorida's million dollars in promoting the they may seem. all lighting will be done by electricity.At .

development and resources of this There will be many of the guests, the mouths of the coal mines great
LANDS. Greatest Lake
,1 Messrs. Frank state when he shall have completedthe however, who will not miss so good an electrical power houses will be established -
.J ( 01. John Trice and
extension: of the East Coast Railway I opportunity to visit the beautiful At- which will transmit power direct -
5 '- If have lands wish to sell lease Bentley and Walter B. Gray have just i
you you or rent
to Key West, and has been entirely lantic Beach. The following committees to the great centers of industry.The .

r': or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing, returned from a trip to Lake Weir too busy' to give his attentionto are busily engaged in planning cumbrous coal train will be a
near Ocala, where they went on pleasure -
turpentining or lumber electing "constables" to office. for the convention: thing of the past. Instead of the tons
purposes, and business: combined. They report I
After his arrival in the state, the Committee for Convention Entertainment of fuel now hauled to Xew York from
in that sectionin
orange groves
Write to two morning newspapers in Jacksonville I -Miss Sallie Holmes, chairman Pennsylvania, great copper conduits
a state of high cultivation and pre- i
U in order to enlarge their usefulness i ; Mrs. M. C. Drysdale; Mrs. E. G. "will pipe the power direct to the metropolis -
dict future for them. They
a great
BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO. I dlso had a fishing; expedition on Lake I and help along the-state's onward { Weed, Mrs.- P. Fleming. Sr., Mrs. J. ," as Mr. Edison once put it.
movement, issued' bonds and by argument P. Gayle, Mrs. Ed L. Gret-r, Mrs. Roselle Direct electricity would also make it
bodt t I
Weir, one of the most charming II
OCALA FLORIDA. I i ihighly I and pretext got Mr. Flaglerto C. Cooley and Mrs. W. J. Cook, possible, he says, to run an express
ies of water in all Florida, and were
II j subscribe for them, and when in assisted by the members of the executive train from Mew York to Buffalo with
elated over the result of their i
I the course of events he was compelled board.Committee. two bushels of coal and to drive a 20-
-- catch. In speaking: of: the trip. Mr.Bentley .
I to take both newspapers, and for econ i Homes for Delegates.: )'JO horsepower steamship across the
i Mrs. S. S. Harris of Citra has been said:
"V4444444444444444444444444BIGGEST I omy's sake consolidated: them he i Rirerside-Mrs. W_ J. Cook and Mrs.C. Atlantic in three days
I spending the week with friends "Lake Weir is undoubtedly one of ,.
I past could, if he had been disposed, had the I B. Rogers.
!i at AppalachScola. the most picturesque spots of Florida I consolidated paper conducted by his I II l Springfield-Mrs. Hattie Keller and THE NEW YORK PRESS ON THE
: LINE and I the people are noted for their unbounded -
: I ----- hospitality and generosity I Ohio friends, but, instead of which, J JI Mrs. Abernathy. OUTLOOK.The .

; Mr. c' Y. Miller, of LeRoy, was I I he placed it in the hands of those who i ii East Jacksonville-Mrs. Tilmafia
1 The groves are looking fine and everyone 'I,
OF among the \"ititing1arion county cit- i had the full confidence of the people: White and Mrs. D., X Reynolds. New York Press is! a republican a
seems to be enjoying an era of
izens in Ocala :Monday.i prosperity."Tampa Tribune. i of Florida. Mr. Wilson, who was j I West Jacksonville Airs. E G. Blair. paper, has its own ideas on the 190S ,

i I I i; made editor-in-chief of the consoli-! j i City-:Mrs. Charles Warriner, Mrs. presidential question and in making }
I : i R. L. Mays, Mrs. :M. C. Drysdale and
;\ and Mrs. J. C. Smith: spent Sunday MR. WARTMANN HERE democrat : them public makes a very Interesting j
| Mrs. T. A. Carroll.
I showing. The Press that
with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. says one
1! of honors from his Committee to meet trains and arrange '
cipient many par- of the list of iiossibiilties for the
1 repUblican
.slid Mrs. J. M. Bryan at MarteL.Mr. I Member of Visiting Committee From I d
Visits University !i ty. He was secretary of the congres- for carriages and baggage transfer nomination! for presidentnext
]-------1 Legislature
tf I 1 sional campaign: committee and was -Mrs. Frank Brown, Mrs. G. F. year going the rounds of the
John Hough, who has been at umE.: L. Wartmarin of Marion, I
j j .
1 collector of internal revenue while Mr. Haas and other ladies of the chapter.Dr. newspapers is:
'1'.:rl'on Springs for some time past, i| member of the lower house of the legI -
j Cleveland was president, and in both i ii jj R. P. Daniel, commander of R. E. I Iv.e Theodore Roosevelt, of New York.
;Las returned to Ocala. islature and a member also of the vis- *
I j positions won distinction. j Camp t C. V., has appointed the Charles E. Hughes, of :New York.
iting committee to state educational had been i following comrades as a committee to t
FOR Mr. Stockton long connected Elihu Rot of New York.
1- institutions, arrived in the city Satur- I the Times-Union, the state convention: Maj. R. J. Magill,
i I with was a I George B. Corth-you, of :New York,
daugh-ter day and, accompanied by.. Mayor democratic jlitician and Mr James.. Taylor, Mr. M. R. Tutt.
I ; i iI William H Taft, of Ohio.
lADIES[ AHD D GENTLEMAN[ N I I from a visit' to relatives at Sorrento. Thomas' visited the university I stood well with a faction of the party I II Mr! B. J. Earle, Mr. S. S. Rahn. Dr. James B. Foraker, of Ohio.
,I A thorough investigation of the university -
which was partly named for him_ I Henry Robinson and Mr. Charles D. Leslie M. Shaw, of Iowa.

Miss Annie Mathews has returned was made by this distinguishedofficial I Had Mr._ Flagler been a politicianhe I II Towers. Joseph G. Cannon, of Illinois. .

home from a few days' visit with her who was unable to be present I would not have put these gentlemen The Board of Trade has arrange a Charles W. Fairbanks, of Indinana.

brother, Mr. John Mathews, at Cand- with the committee on Thursday, and I in control of the TimesUnion.His complimentary concert for the evening Albert B. Cummings, of Iowa.

ler. he was apparently well pleased.-Sun- object: was to make it a successful of May 1st, and has arranged that the Robert M. LaFolMte, of ,\\ sconsln.

day's Gainesville Sun. I I newspaper and h..Ip him in- his I Ladies' Friday Musicale give an attractive \Y1.. Crane, of Massachusetts.

great work of development, and this program on that evening at Philander C.: Knox, of Pennsylvania.But .
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt and her mother,
Miss Harris Gives Small Bridge Par j reason alone controlled him in his selcction. the Board of Trade: auditorium. in the opinion of the Press "a
Mrs J. H. Brooks, have returned home II'II'i
ty. j Although plans were begun rather little blue penciling for obvious rea-
from St Petersburg, Clearwater and
Dr. J. M. Jackson a "little country late for the reception the visitors,
THE JEWELER. Tampa. In the latter city they were Monday afternoon Miss j Sara Harris i sons shows how excessively the list
gave'a small bridge party. There doctor," was made physician for the i!j they are working out quite well many has ben padded." The Press adds:
the guests of Mrs W. J. Chambers.
;-4444444..4444444444444444LOCAL I were two tables of this delightful Royal Palm Hotel at Miami and Mr.J. members of the Martha Reid Chapterwho "There are to be stricken out for reasons -

n .E A game and the special guests of the i E. Lummus, a "piney woods boy" j have somewhat lost interest, have that are self-evident:

, Proprietor of Arcade restaurantill afternoon were Mrs., C. E. Abson, who from Levy county, was made commissary rallied to greet the coming "state Roosevelt-Because he will not touchit.

AND PERSONAL. act as messenger for any one wishingto : left Tuesday for Lakeland Mrs. J. B. I purveyor for the entire East I convention. Upon the whole, this promises .

make purchases or have any other Hiers, of Jacksonville and Mrs. James Coast' extension. to be a very successful meeting, Root-Because he could not carry

1, ) Ocala had generous rains on Sat- business: transacted in Jacksonvillenext McCollum, of Gainesville.Miss j These: cases are not exceptional. Wt and is to be the first one at which the Xew York, New Jersey Ohio, Indiana,

urday. Monday, April :!tI. _\ppl Arcade I Harris' other guests were Mrs.C ( i mention them simply because wet president Mrs. Sheldon S Stringer, Illinois nor a single state, with the 4

Cafe, Commercial bank block i C. Todd, Mrs.( H. Andersen, Mrs.Ehv. 't know the men. Hundreds of young Brooksville, has presided l no'pains will I' possible exception of Iowa, west of the j

Holder Mrs.( W. H. Powers: Mrs. 1 men, natives of the state and active be spared to render her duties as presiding Mississippi river. ,I

The Teapot Grocery Store is hAving Mr. J. C. Thompson, the genial editor Frank Harris and Miss Louise Harris. : workers in the democratic party, have officer as free as possible of unnecessary Cortleyou-Same reason.
its front which is adding
repainted of the Dunnellon Advocate, was a The prize was won by Airs. Abson I been given responsible positions by strain. Jacksonville )It'- Knox-Same reason. E
materially to its appearance.Mrs.
visitor to Ocala Monday. He was the and after playing the game of bridge Mr. Flagler in his various business enterprises tropolis. Taft-Can't get the delegates of his

guest of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Q. very pleasantly: for an hour or more a I lie could have filled all own state, nor of any worth men-

David Woodrow and litttle E. Peacock. I II vegetable salad with sandwiches, wafers -I these places from. the ranks of his I EDISON TALKS OF FUTURE WON tioning; might have a few federal officers -
daughter are in Jacksonville for a few I
I and coffee was served.Wedding northern acquaintances if he had so DERSIn from territories. }
days. Mrs. Woodrow having gone to
I desired.Mr. Foraker-President Roosevelt's battle -
that city for treatment by a Specialist Mr. Ben Bell who has been living free the future Thomas Alva Edison
Near Grahamville.The Flagler has been singularly ax will knock him in the head.
in Mississippi for the several ,
past home of Mr. and Mrs.( Robert from sectional and political bias or plans to work untrammelled by commercial Cannon-Can carry the Standard Oil I
has returned to Ocala Mr. Bell
years Holly, near Grahamville, was the I prejudice and his one aim seems to I fetters. He hopes to solve Trust, the Steel Trust, the Lumber
Mrs. Sistrunk returned to her homeat is accompanied by Mrs. Bell and their
scene of a quiet, prt'uy.dJing Sunday have been solely for the advancementof many a scientific: problem vitally associated Trust, the Sugar Trust the Ship Sub-
Montbrook Saturday morning, after I friends will be glad to know that theyintend I .
afternoon when their pretty of state's material welfare.It I with human life, even thoughhis sidy grafters; nothing else. ?
, a levM'san days' visit in Ocala with herdaughterinlaw making Ocala their home in the in
and Mr seems to us that every man Fairbanks-Frozen stiff.
Mr. and Mrs.Sistrunk. :. daughter. Miss Flossie Holly I discovery may not be a moneymaking -
,, and future.
W 0 Purr, WE'reH'ddf'd.. ReB. I Florida, democrat, republican, popu- I scheme.: Cummins-Hasn't any principles except -
S. .
\ I. Hull performed: the ct'rt.'monin his list, socialist, koreshan, or what not, "For manay years I have longed to "push myself along."
Mr. and Mrs. Guy D. Ayer, after
with. I usual impressive manner. ought to point to such a man as Hen- take up purely scientific: investigation," Crane-Never been introduced to the
"'. D. Graham went spending ten days in Ocala Dr.
air and Mrs.
'.i. Both the contracting parties are ry M. Flagler with pride newtowns said Mr. Edison, "but there have beenso public
\\ rut to Carter's Pond Saturday morning Ayer's parents, Mr. and Mrs Alfred very popular in their neighborhood new counties and new babies many things to engross my attention -. Then this republican paper' concludes -

i{ to remain until tMonday with Mrs. Ayer, left Monday afternoon for their and they were the recipients of many named for him. that I have had to defer this kind i : "So the host dwindles to:
Mr. J.1.. T. Carter, home in Atlanta The many friendsof
Graham's father
this'elt very warm and hearty congratulationsand of work. For years, however, I havebtt Iiughes.LaFollette.
Dr. Ayer in ) were delighted
and other relatives.Everybody good wishes.Mr. Plans for State Convention U. D. C. n making preparations for this .
at the opportunity of meeting his wife,
Farr is now with the Wilson for task. I have kept notes of curious Shaw.
and Mrs. Ayer has won many warm Plans are being rapidly perfected
wants to see :Mitsu YuiNissi Cypress company and before comingto things which I have observed in my Shaw is a good man, but the public

the Japanese play, which is to friends in this city Florida resided at Munroe, X. C., the annual state convention of the various experiments, but which at the I I regards him as too conservatl. It

be given next Thursday night at the and he and his bride have gone to Florida Division of the United Daughters -I time were only side issue When a will not vote for a man who la less

armory. Get :your seats r'serv'dYt'd. Mrs. C. E. Abson and children, who that city to spend their honeymoon.Hon. of the Confederacy, which will man is in a laboratory working on a radical than Roosevelt. This leaves:

nesday at the Ocala Xews store. have spent the past three weeks with convene in this city on the first day problem he comes across all kinds of HUGHES

t .\ Ocala friend went to Lakeland Albert Gilehrist says he is I I of May. phenomena, and he can't take the timeto LA FOLLETTE.

Dr and Mrs. Eton G. Lindner, of i Friday to spend two weeks with running for governor "right now- The Windsor Hotel has been selected trace these manifestations to their Plenty and to spare"

1 Anthony, and Mr. and :Mrs. A. L. Fox, Mrs. Abson's father. Mrs. Abson's visit I this very minute. Hon. T. A. Jennings as headquarters for the convention, source, because that would interferewith

} of Leesburg, were visitors to Ocala in Ocala has been a round of pleasure I has also announced that he is all delegates and visiting Daughtersnot the task he is wrestling with. He The Lakeside Hotel Closed.

Tuesday and were guests at the Ocala ; and her friends were all very happy I II running some himself. The primaryis entertained in private homes will is compelled to put these things aside, After a most successful season Indeed -

House.Mr. I to see her again. In company with her only about eighteen months off. stop there business sessions will be for if he is striving for the commercialend the most succesful in its his-

: sister Mrs G. W. Watson, of Bartow, and by: the time this pair passes held in the handsome little auditor- of the business' he must abandonthe tory, Lakeside Hotel, at Weirsdale, on

J. M. Barco. of Sunny Slope Mrs. Abon will leave soon for the under the wire eighteen months ium and the elaborate reception that ideal unless thai, too, will aid him Lake Weir, is closed Mr Clawson

farm, who is temporarily residing at mountaains' of Georgia for the summer ht'nce-it is thought they will have always characterizes these con'entions in attaining the commercial goal its genial proprietor, sailed*on the 22,

Tampa was shaking hands with his and will perhaps, return to Ocala io shed considerable of their wealth will be held in the handsome "These side' vistas into the realmsof on the Huron, of the Clyde Line forNew

Ocala friends Saturday. We were the fall. and averdupois and will look at that drawing room of the hotel.A science, however, have so charmedme York. After spending a short

extremely pleased to see him looking time very much like the "before buffet luncheon is being plannedfor that now I intend to retrace my while at Brooklyn with daughter

K extremely well The Rummage Sale taking" man in the patent medicine one day to facilitate business, although steps and strike out in search of the and a few weeks with his friends at

f After a successful three days' bus- advtoTtist-ments.-Li\'e Oak Democrat. there is nothing unusual to occupy truths that I know must lie somewhere Plainfield, X. J, he will proceed to

The engagement of Miss Olivia iness the rummage sale closed last the time of the convention, beyond beyond my former horizon" the White Mountain Hotel at Bethle-

-'\ Munnerlyn and u% Walter Cromarty night. However, the store will be The newspapers all about the country a few amendments that will be Electricity will still profoundly Interest hen N, IL, which he will open on

Brobston, two of the most prominent opened again next Saturday, at which are being sued for large anx ms offered to the constitution.A "the Wizard because of what July first for summer tourists. He

and popular members of Jacksonville .. time the entire stock of goods will be and some men in high places want still river party and tea at the Confed- he has already done for the utiliza-. will return to Lake Weir next win-

I society, has been annonuced, their sold very cheap. So everybody want- more drastic laws enacted <*t as to erate Soldiers' Home will be a featureof tion of electrical energy. It is his belief ter.

\ marriage to take place on the morn- 'ing bargains be sure to visit the rum- make them "cough up' more ed -iI-. the week, the two committees on that the world knows only the be-

1) ing of May first, at eight o'clock. .hage store next Saturday. Goodness, gracious, it is bad enough Soldiers' Home, state and local be- ginnings of what this mysterious force Will Edwards, the colored man whois

as it is. Mr. Hearst is suing the New ing in charge of this social function. can do for mankind. For one thing, charged with killing his wife at

:, The Methodist Episcopal church Will Ervin colored, who struck a I York Times for a half million d-iuars! : Mrs. Porcher L'Engle greatly relievedthe : Mr. Edison says that the transformation Silver Springs last Saturday by beat-

In mourns the loss of Bishop James M. negro woman over the head with a Governor Broward Is suing the Tir.>cs- committees of the river part of the of coal directly into electricity ing her over the head with a stove

..1 Fitzgerald, who died in Hong Kong. bottle of whiskey Monday night in Union for 50OOO; John C. Riley, of arrangements, and has secured the use without the medium of the steam en- key, was arrested and had a preliminary -

- China, recently. If was making one of I this city and was pursued by a policeman Cincinnati is suing the Cincinnati of the boats to convey the guests to gine can be accomplished, and at a trial before Justice Sumter A.

the quadrennial visits made by the but made his escape. Refusing to Post for $:5.000; and, indeed, nearly the home. time not far in the future. At the Bullock Tuesday morning and was

bishops to mission stations, at the halt he was shot at several times but every newspaper that you pick up it Alr. Bainbridge Richardson, of the present time, when coal is burned and committed to Jail without bail to await

time of his death. His home was infit the shots all missed' him. The shooting is seen where some newspaper is being company, has promised to build a its energy is transmitted into steam the action of the grand jury which

Louis, Moo attracted considerable excitement sued. landing for the boats to land the la- and from steam into the dynamic force convenes in this city inJ June.

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! Fearful Accident at Zuber and the I New Line to Come Into a Prosperous !I, WHICH ? I ___ If f bi
How a fa.+ metis Town lIa. i i } I

Engineer Killed. Florida CommunityA ;i' What I is yellow journalism? The Profited bIt.. 1 1

readers of the New York Times must Whit an active public spirit and aa I i f fI

s Wednesday about noon a steam dispatch from Thomasvilte, Ga., I have set up and taken notice when energetic eampiiza: for civic imprjvej ,I

1 boiler at the big '8umn 'r Lumber contains the following interestingfacts ,I I they read in that 111. tr in its biggest j meat can J.i is shown by what the Vil-; ,I II f. .

B company's: mill located at Zuber. near : |I laze Improvement association of Frarai I .

t Kendrick excluded killing: the engineer i I Saturday |i I Iszliam. JIas>., has accomplish.: *!. II II I I

Mr. D. S. 'Howrs. and demolishing announced IX THE JURY ROOM 1: Then there
| was the experience with I
I i
the engine room and doing other I BY JUROR XO. 6. II
' Mexican Gulf Railroad Companay will the henroop oa the common says tie
t : damage. I I 7h h\
Bo-itoii Herald. That is a charming I rdY
A physician was summoned from build a line from Thomasville to I;i Story of Their Long and Fruitless '
i piece of ground in rramil ham Center
Ocala, but of course nothing: could be Quincy. Fla., a distance of about forty- Session Told By One of I t.t
I with the old town hall
: at one eud :
done for the unfortunate he I
man as five miles, on the condition that rea- Themselves.I
was killed instantly.Mr. __ a Lizh school at the side, two ohurche. .
sonable support is -given them along I I !

Bowers was about thirtytwoyears I the lint in regard to the securing of !I I THEY BEGAN WITH PPw\.YEn. at the far end and well planned houses !i .

of ag- and came from Georgia I i right of way and other necessary j 1j i 03 t he fourth side.' For years there !'

with the owners uf the mill at Zuber. things of minor importance. I j And Strove Earnestly and Conscientiously !! aid been d...ecrating heacoojn aal a -

lie was valuable employee and the I This line of road will traverse one to Reach a '; poultry! yard in front of the high .school.

accident that caused his death is very of the richest sections of South Georgia i Verdict. I i The asMK-iatiou attacked all that. Ii '!
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greatly deplored. He leaves a wife I and X")rth Florida, and will give i --- J 1 I t was a small matter-so small that no j "

who is prostrated with grief over his la means of direct communication to ,!' TWO WERE FOR ACQUITTAL.j i 1[ body at iirt seemed to have interest i

tragic death.A I, the North via Thomasville! and the ;I I: BUt That Was the Only Change Alter :: euourh: to act. Then one morning :lot. .

Atlantic Coast Line. It i is understood !i I the First Real Lineup. towa sot to work, tore down the cc *j-. j

Wedding at the Pastorium. on good authority that the work will i I ___ plowed up the Leu yards and began [

'Mr. Ashley Younge and Miss Alice re begun in the immediate future terminal :j EVIDENCE THAT COUNTED. i jj Ii i improving the common. The school i t it, (

Mack, a well known young couple of I I property for tracks and passenger i j i Wife's Story and "Dementia Amerij j committee which had been somewhat | ,

Fairfield. carne to Ocala Tuesday: on avery station having already been purchased C'olnaPlea Figured Very Little in I apathetic in its attitude spoke glowIngly | A .

pleasant minion. In the afternoon i at the Thomasville! end of the The Result. I in print soon afterward of the I FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK .

accompanied by their respective i line. I I good that had been done by taking i

fathers they went up to the Baptist I It is planned ultimately to build the i! BY HARRY C. BREARLY. away the PUOJH. The improvement a- I BETWEEN'f .

pastorium, where they were united in I II I j I line to Indian Pass a point on the Apalachicola Juror No. 6. II j jt i soeiation smiled and did not chard", i

marriage by Rev C. C. Carroll. Bay, that being one of the I I anybody with having: s-tolea its thua- York.
<: I t Copyright l9')'. by the New York!!'der. Jacksonville and New
Air. and Mrs. Younge will make their best deep water harbors on the Gulf! ,

home at Fairfield, where they are of Mexico. From this end it will ex- j Times Co. i iI I| Then again there U the case of the I r 1/

both quite popular. I I} tend northeasterly to Sparks, Adel or |I And the conclusion of the story,1:I old town hall a center of activity wb-ii
I I making more than three columns this: I I Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways. '
the business
The Ocala Banner unites with their I j some point on the line of the GeorgiaI j was in Framingham Cea-
Mr. Brearley will contribute to Sunlay's i T22 .:: : STiiSSHITS:: IS 122:: C3ASTISS: SSSTICZ.: :
many other friends in offering congratulations I. Southern and Florida' Railroad. I[ ter as it is in South Framingham at IJ
Times an article of exceptional
and best wishes. There are immense: tracts of timberall !j present. The building was coin? to f
interest narrating the jury's impressions -j
along the proposed route heavy pl..eThe Improvement associations
of the entire Thaw Trial. The | CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN NES
Dr. J. Vincent, of Montezuma. Ga., sections of long leaf pine being the j out to get it. It took time, but
article: will be accompanied by sketches :
who has been in Ocala for several principal variety, though there is a I finally by an almost un:1nimou"ot j FREIGHT SF.RVICK: BETWEEN
of the jurors drawn by Mr. Brear- :
days has gone to Zuber. Dr. considerable quantity of cypress and i! ley. i the association was given charge of the j jvld Jacksonville, Boston and Providence,

Vincent has accepted a contract with cedar within easy access of the line !I| i I white building: at a nominal rental. and all Eastern Points.
We find nothing in the action of the)
the Sumner Lumber company, of The entire length of the road wlien I I It is: going to he an expensive piece of
Times in this respect to criticise, and j Calling! at CJari! .tQJ Both! Ways.:
that place to do the) medical work for completed will be about one hundred'; business: too The member of the association

their large number of employees. and fifty miles and will furnish a di-I! it certainly made mighty interesting i, have pledged $l..,()t) alreadyfor SEMI 11 ELKLY SAILI.VGS. it
I reading. As the author of the story'

l rect means to water communication i maintains the Thaw trial is a public i iI improvi'iz: the exterior and the interior Southbound . : . . . From LeWis' Wharf, BostSft.
Mr. Otto Brockhouse, of Citronello, for all points on the Gulf of Mexico j arrau: -'mcuts of the buildinz.and .
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; I affair and there is no reason unless Northbound, . . . From foot Catharine St, Jacksonville
, Citrus county, had the misfortune toI' I antI the Southern waters. I I 'i there will be aa ultimate expense

lose his most estimable wife on April 1 I This line with the Tampa Northern j I' upon it were by violating the jurors confidence themselves: agreed, why..lot i about $:.j.OoO.: + The return? Simply I Clyde St. Johns River Line.

17th, and she left him a little babe to I which is being built by the owners of I th* belief that zood bas been done and
i the deliberations of the jury should
care for. He offers some good age J the Atlanta. Birmingham and Atlantic
i the that there will be
j I not be known after they had been I certainty a coavenieiu Between Jacksonville and Sanford
woman a home and a salary besides system will make Thomasville the ; discharged. In this story the writt"r"t'r I! place: for dramatic and other

to keep house for him and help him I greatest railroad center in that section ; !! entertainments, lectures, social gather- S:3t ;a: l'13:u, As;::, *r.S:3ri ( Da sari ) asi Izsr: siisd
\ : ) wisely witheld names, so there isj
properly care for the little babe. of the state of Georgia, and it is likely :j j; no reason why it should work to the.1 I inzs, clubrooms, dining; rooms, kitchen Lasiisjs 31 3:. Jah-s Sirsr- ,

I that the town will grow more rapidly 1'J I injury of any member or stir up strife j -in fact, as one member puts it. "a ,
Mr John F. Jackson the oldest than in South
any period of its hl tol") Bouni SCHEDULE
complete center for the improving and North-Bound
,; among them in future.
drummer; the road and brother f within !i j :
on a oJIr. next two years. j Read don.
I i| But isn't it yellow journalism' ? Ifij I strenztheninz: of the social and edu- !I Read up.
J. M. Jackson of Br nson, was
in Ocala yesterday While Mr. Jack- BELLEV'lEW HAPPENINGS. j!j the World or the American had done''I cational life of all." LearefZOp.m.: . Jacksonville . . Arrive 2-00 a.-m.

son lives most of the time In New it. would it not have been regarded as I i Now tint The association ii: custodian Leave g15 p.m. . . Pat a tka . . ., .Leave S 00 p. m.

York, he has last none of his love and Special cor. Ocala Banner: an unwarranted attempt to invade thef.riva'y j lof the place it is a question merely of Leave 3 00 a.m. . . Ast or . . Leave 3 30 p. m.
I time when there will!! be Ira-
of the and ;
jury room destroyits I pretty
admiration for FloridaWe On account of the illness of Rev. . . Beresford (DeLand) . Leave lOOp. m
sacredness: ? Does: it not furnish: information I proveinents on the common side of the
Sirdefield there was n-> preaching:; I, Arrive S 30 a. m. . . San ford . . .leave 9 30 a. m.
which might b* used in the hall now not very artistic and the

had a very pleasant call Tuesday i the ,Methodist church Sunday, !but theSunday conduct of the next trial? To this it I II I common will be framed all around In Arrive 10 00 a. m. . .Enterprise . .Leave 1000 a, m.
from Messrs. R. D. Stokes, G. school: and 1-ugue services I
i may be replied that th, lawyers and I excellent style.
O. Turner W L. Brooks and Jessef were carried on the same as- before..j} I
newspapers usually manage to find out Take even another Instance of accomplishment.
Brooks of Gaiter. These gentlemensay I I ,Mrs. Bryan is the leader of the I I I Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St., Jacksonville, FlaT -
how a jury sued and what influenced Soon after the association ;'
that the Withlaeoochee river Is league.Mr. -- -
r them: most in their ...libt'rations.We: j i was formed lightning not only struck:
extremely low and fishing is exceptionally I'I Isaac Xix. who lives out of the
'r F. M. IRONMONGER, JR., A. G. P. A., Jacksonville
j can see no reason why the searchlight I and damaged a Sir Christopher WrenI I Fla. ,
good. In a few hours a party town ias his married daughter with +
lof I the press should not be turned: on I j I spire of one of the most beautiful A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A.
catch all the fish him again. Her is j
can now they.can I I baby quite tick "
i the jury room, though it would undoubtedly churches in Framiuzham, but defied 'I Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R., New York.
possibly consume Mr. Stokes says and it U hoped the change will be .>f I I ,
( have its influence on both I precedent by strlkin it azain. There 0. H. TAYLOR, Pass Traffic Mgr. c. C. BROWN, Gen'l. Pass
benefit it.
that a few days ago he went out on to Agt.
prosecution and defeinse in a future were signs that the modernizing spirit 293 I
a. hunting and fishing expedition and I I iMr. T>. R. Dana, who celebrated I j Broadway, New York.
trial.-American Press. I L. D. JONES T. F.
would) "Improve" the damaged spire. ,
In a few hours caught twentyninefish birthday last Sunday is f L S. SCROBLE. C. A. i
I The editorial committee of the association -I Jacksonville: Fla.
some of them large trout and killed I quite feeble and while talking to one I Leesburg, Fla. ,
Florida has two .\Ib rts candidatesfor became active at once, and today I W. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. }
twenty squirrels He had enough: of his friends Judge L. L_ Hopkins, I CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A.
the I who I is ;! governor. One is Turiientine"; i the spire i U on the church in all its Jacksonville, Fla.
of the latter to almost supply worshipful master here of the i ; Pier 36 N. R", New York.|

neighborhood. Mr. Turner said that i Masonic lodge, stated that he wished: i j bert and the other is "Okra" Albert. : original grace. C. P. lOVELL Agent Jacksonville,

while! the drought at Gaiter is not as to be buried here by the iMasons.Mr. I -- ,, There is a pretty hill In Fntminuham: Fla.

severe as at some places it was bad Converse and t'lster.Iri.: Ttdd i t Express companies transporting liq- Center wooded with pine: trees. Some I'
1 I tI uor in Texas are required to a'I time ago a rumor was spread around :
enough, but that those" farmers whoproperly and her husband from Ocala were ;idwn ; pay II
license of $5.000. the town that there was a plan to buy ,
prepared their ground and j Sunday visiting :iMr. and 'Mrs. O. j +
------ the land and cut off: all the i 3
planted" their crops in season are J.-I M. Gal Mr. and Mrs. Tidd are |

from Warren ., but ; It does look as if prohibition were the knoll lives a member of the association I -U.f. Sf-BSCRIlVlOSS
Ing well enough He said that he is )Ias have been in i PAYABLE IX ADVANCE:

careful to thoroughly prepare his land Ocala for some time "I..itingIr.. Converse j needed at the 'aJllt.d-th last issue not a wealthy: person as wealth -- --
before planting. That he has removed and friends. They will return ) of Editor L'Engle's paper was printed goes even in Framingham. The place -- --- --- --

the stumps: from his fields and never home soon. j upside down. appealed to( her on account of its nat : t.
ural beauty and rather than the
burns off his lands and in consequencehe The Masonic lodge will hold its regular t --- see OUR
I Through sheer force of habit will trees cut down she bought the plot. CLUB LIST
raises larger crops than he did I meeting, there being work in the !
the democratic party again nominate Near the houe of this,member j is A
twenty-five years ago and his land is third degree. All members are requested
I Adlai E. Stevenson for the vice little trfanzl where roads meet and .
presidency : .
immeasureably stronger. He says it to be prest'nt.11 visiting! I .
? cross. There wa an old wooden signpost -
is all in Knowing how. Two of these brothers will be 'made: welcome. -
I there. It war said that somebody
getlemen were already subscribers to ,Mr Earl S. Gardener is making improvements -- ------ ALL Sl'BSCRIPTIOXS
The prohibition of the sale of liquoris proposed to bUT up that little! tract and PAYABLE ADVANCE
the Banner and the other two enrolled on his place by having an- '
[: now prohibited in more than half put some building or other on It. The
their names on our root books other room built to his house etc. We I : I
the geographical limits of the United member bought that place. The old ) Otis
are always glad to see improvementsbeing
t States.Representative: wooden alfn went down, a substantial !)
The Fernandlna Record that made. j
I (')hlmn with a pretty signboard! went
f Fernandina has a great future and it Mr. McClure is hating his yard nicely I
I George G.I'Mathewshad n.i, and climbing Tine were plantedby
says it in a double-column doublet cleaned) by 'Mr. Pratt and the townis m WEEKLY.DAILY.
his joint resolution amending the the member at the foot of the column.
leaded editorial as If It means It. Rut having the grass celared away from
constitution as t abolish the officeof In mldtummer or early autumnthe
so t we have been htviring this for forty the lake, which was greatly needed.
i county treasurer favorably I considered. sign !I. nothing if not aa architectural Tm OCALA :
years or more. Immediately after the The town council held a caucus : WEEKLY BANNER
cameo. m The Semih ,
r- civil war it was predicted that as Fer .\lond.lY.ening at the town hall to I II Weekly Jacksonville
It was' In recognition of the work Time.Uni
nandina had a better harbor it would nominate new officers for the ensuIng Ii ----- --- ? one year $14
Who would have known needed I done by the improvement associationthat TIlE
.. Jacksonville and would i off nicely we OCIU.A
outstrip year. Everything passed -
bej I I so 1:1b"'Core the the South Framlugham board of WE.EKLY. BANNER and The
;- the most densely populated city in and everyone seemed well pleased: I II many legislatureassembled. trade appointed a special Tillage Improvement m a.eek ew World ThriceI.4 -

t t. Florida, but the "Island City." It"ptf' with the nominations They are as 1 I How. My.wise my how Horace they are pilling committee, and It was to ; one year . .'1.6;.

on her rights or in some other" way follows: Mr. J 01. 'Millson, mayor; up. was Greeley aid the association that a town meetIng 'l'IlE OCALA 1VEEKI4Y BANNER

failed to take advantage of her opportunities Mr. L. L. Hopkins, clerk and treasurer when he said" "the world is governed attended by 1,500. not only appointed iii: : Atlanta Constitution anti The Weekly

J and better location, and has : Mr. A. I':. Bogot. collector: Mr. too much. a park: (commission but made I i) one year. . . .,t... :

;: permitted Jacksonville! to outstrip her I u. M. Gale and Mr. John Aahworth.counci ---- -- I Dr. F. W. Patch the president of thee i THE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER

f. In the race. We hope however, to see linen. I I The Tallahassee Sun now has its luminous i I association chairman. j t emi-'eekly Journal anti The Atlantav ,

'. ?: her take on new life and come into I Miss Bessie Shedd has been on the rays turned on RepresentativeSid one year. '
... ,- I II i "It was: a perfectly safe: appoint I ; 1'i . 1r5
touch with the busy activities of the sick list for the past week, but is some Carter of Alachua. It claims that meat" comments one member, "for''! TIll-: OC'ALA WEEKLY
: ; sta tt". better now, w e are glad to say the Alachua representative, althoughsUff'o everybody knows that Dr. Patch hail I IJ W. EI: anti The Cornrnoner -
I :>ring from a severe attack of I Bryan's
Judge I.. L. Hopkins has the nicest Paper
no ax to grind and that be would! Dot ,) one year.
I .'1.50
rheumatism has succeeded, in
Mrs. J. F:. Barsrannier. accompaniedby melon patch to be found around here. know how to do the grinding if an THE Ol'L.WEEKLY
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several other Dunnellon ladies, He intends to ship this,, year, and we i ing some very clever somersaults. were handed to him." Blade BANNER and The Toletle
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spent Tuesday on a shopping expedition trust that he will realize a large sum I The New Jersey has- -been off the: It is hard to put the finger on thee i I, I: \ Weekly) one year . . . .$1.50I
In Ocala. for them. cause; or the causes of the remarkable
coast of Cuba for a short time past THE OCALA WEEKLY
The trial between: the town of Bene-I success of the association in everything I TiAER dud
I but is now off Hampton Roads, and J g nah The Saran
We do note that any legislatorhas view and Alex.1 arnock. which ; it tackles. For one thing, there i Weekly News, one
during the next month will be with the year. .
Introduced a law where the "sur- be held at the town hall on Monday, I is an activity which shows a boyish !j . . .$1.7;
fleet at the Jamestown Exposition, and
giMn's knife" plays a part. was postponed until next Tuesday, on enthusiasm in going ahead and doing i
will later go on a cruise in the Pacific
account of the attorneys not being'I thing It isn't a sporadic alertness.: .1 I

Cattle Astray. able to come down. ocean It has come to stay. i ii f fI m .

Four steers 2 and 3 years old. marked Mr. J. T. K. Gaskin; and wife and I I I

crop and half crop in each ear; daughter of Shady Grove spent Tues The world stands agahst to know I Town's Need of Good Roach i : THE OCALA DAILY
branded "Z" on rgiht side and flank who will be John BASSER
Temple 11\1 and
their In the The
also brand "J S" on left flank orcushion. dayith relatives 'Mr. and Mrs. Gra\"i's'l course of a speech Congressman vannah News Daily Sa
Freeman. next "greatest man. So many have John H. Bankhead of Alabama one VeaP. .
One butt head others have . .
I # tips off horns. iMr. Hoyt Sims, who has boton'i figured in his list. Of late, Bryan, declared that "the amount of money it I c q TIlE OCALA DAILY BANKER .$12.50

Also two three-year old steers with has returned to Rochelle where he lt-1 Watson. oevelt. Perhaps. Taft takes to haul a tone miles on our !' Jacksonville anti The Daily

; and horn flank tipped; marks branded and"Z"old on brand right side un- ing here with relatives for some time I will come next. It is so easy for the: dirt roads will pay the freight for 230'' fij THE Times-Union, one year. . .

known. The last two were raised encased in busines. i Georgian to create them. But he is miles on a railroad or 50<> miles on a Ul.\L.\ DAILY: BiJ1ER Y2.5tJ

near Rutland on Withlaeoochee rlH'r.1 I Mrs. ..twnl'trt.ho has ben so always too modest to mention himself. river and 1.000 miles on the lakes ( lanta Journal and The Daily At-
First four near Surkes ferry on Ock- I There is one thing to his credit he t,1 one year .
: These .
lawaha rivr. ill wo are glad to state: is gaining her figures prove conclusively the Journal I . . .GQ
If seen: please notifyZ. strength/ some now.Mrs. keep the: newspapers always busy. enormous tax I levied by the bad roadin I| D THE OCALA g Sunday), one 'ear. .'10.00

t' CHAMUL1SS & CO. Sims:, who has spent the winter --- -- ,ole farmers and how much of their DAILY R\XSER

<.;6-2t Ocala Florida. j, with her brother. Mr. Cauthen. has: re- Florida legislators are at least: honest !'estimate profit fs consumed in haul and Atlanta Daily
One of them has bill
proposed a
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Runaway Horse. timM to her Lvue in Georgia. ?'I!>:s' iiiz;; from the farms to the! railroad sta
to disfranchise xh*
negro on account -
Rur.J.wafrom the subscriber on Pauline Cauthen accompanied her: and tioas river landings and to the town )
of his color without
Friday nhillt.pril 19 19U?. a bay will remain some time. any "grandfather" and dries. Not only have the farmers j ALL SCBSCllIPTIOJ" PA.Y .

mare; br.mdt'd"X }:' on left hip: Dr. and Mr.. Orlando! aiixter: willj I or "educational" subterfuges. The effect j I !suffered great los on nccjuut of poor I -- ----- ABLE rx ADY A'E
scar on right knee front feet shod; of the amendment is adopted by --
of attached I leave: Saturday night on the express roads, but the!: peopl In the towns and j
had front part wagon to J Address All
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the people 0: that state will be to to .
her on night of runaway. Ten dollars I for Jacksonville, where they will take' cities who depend tip)a then for their i -----
reward will be paid for her delivery j' bring before the: supreme court the I have "
i boat and return to their home. Theyhart' supplies suited also.
to undersigned at Ocala. f constitutionality of the fourteenth and j THE
been some1 OCALA
visiting the south for
4.:& :t H. FELDER.
r. fifteenth amendments. Thomasville.
,- -- time and stopped off here to stay a i .' Ten Brit .',hl"rthf'mf'.'. BANNER
I Times-Enterprise. |
Would like position in grocery or short time with Mrs. Gale, and the I Good roads and ut*>l fences are Clot OCALA, FLORIDA. ,4'a

dry goods store. Ox)d habits; strictly doctor has been making some improvement Rev. Lt-n- G.lBroughton managespretty best advertisement a town can hue I

tt'mPt'ralt'l'ply to }i. F. Adams. We hope to have them ; They attract buyers an 1 incr-as the -
y. generally: to keep in the limelight AU
South Lak! Weir Fla. with us again next year. Za Zu. \ rain.? of real estate. IWnSORII'TIOYS PAYABLE '

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f N r/ s ::::';;:,;.}i.t Y, Ii !! T writes: T -= ft .;. :..:::::::'-..(:;::??! {'a,iii\Jfjirt:; :: :: .i _

tf Y rf'>' ':;> I "I unhesitatingly recommend Pernna as a splendid --""...-....+....-. ... s .. .--_. .. . . .
of Digestive Organs and ,.;. ,, ; i specific for catarrhal affections I was a sufferer with t ; I
J' Bowels 1 f ::::i }:: '111 I i this trouble off and on for a number of years and each T It Mrs Christina Clow, 411 E. Platte Ave., Coloradoprin: lI, Col., write :

MARY M. MARSHALL Tip- f ;y4. :.;. / :' 1, fresh cold added to the ditli/C'ulty. J | "I have taken Peruna off and on for six jeans and have found it very f I

MRS. '' n '':c' t "Finally I hegaa taking Peruna for a cold and was TA beneficial in a great many ways.

Mo., writes: :..;< > :%>:! i glad to note that it was ridding me of the catarrh al'o. : 't "I took it for a cough! and a cold, also for catarrh of the head, and it I
"I suffered three with catarrh
cfthe digestive i organs years and bowe s. I j t III continued touse it faithfully and the result was a. t cured me. I took it for a. tonic and it gave me strength. 1 have every t

complete cure in a very few months;' I rt'apon to !>pt'akell of your IntdicinE'"
to find relief until as a }&Ft f t
was unable . ............... c . ._.....s-., . .-.-.......-.........---. .. .. s et .............. . . . . .
retort 1 was induced to try Pernna. '

"1 began the us-e of Pernna whEnI \ FAITH THAT CANNOT BE SHAKEN."Then I l consulted Dr. Hartman, who

was confined to the bed and can fay I advised the tn take Peruna and gave meI

that I experienced benefit from the first AMIS...., ANNA r'I ....,. fAIUTFN' 'I n' *,,u.,..H..A*....I.. juc in"t.n..ti i.ui uuijB n .it.jAicii,;,,),. T A vajciuiijobfervcd. nn..., nll..

dote. I Despite everything that !' 1 ficial effect upon the internal organs of !.

"I have taken five bottles in all and magazines may r-ay, the women of the body that are lined by mucous mem- "I felt better after taking the first bot

be.lit'that I am cured cf my trouble .. . . -............. . .... . .............. . . . United States continue to have branes. tle. 1 have ttken"E'ral bottles now

"I am enjoying as good health as an 'I ? .Mi-s Anna Carsten, Clayton, Ill., writes : ; Peruna. For various chronic climatic diseases and am feeling bo well that I can do all

old lady of my age could expect. My J 'Yo r medicine, Peruna, did me eo murh<< good. I believe I should have : These:: women know a great deal Peruna is a reliable remedy. my work.

T7. J been dead by this time if I had not used it. ahont Peruna than the editors who The testimonials; concerning Perunaare "I
age is I will never be without Peruna again,
"I recommend your medicines ecfJ" i "I am feeling FO" well now and have no trouble with my stomach. I have for selfish purposes, written :l ain given in the language of the people. and recommend it to all."

trs whenever I meet them, and some I not taken any medicine for four or five month ; These women have tried Peruna ; We do not change or add to anything

my friends are using; them with great | "If I am ever troubled with anything of the kind again, I shall take nothing + their families. They have i they may say concerning it. Catarrh cf the Stomach.

/:("*t''s.! I. tut Peruna. 1 can cheerfully recommend it to my friend." !I I them;-elves They know it will .1 The evidence i, overwhelming that Mrs. Mary Allen; Route 6, Franklin,

I will always feel grate ful to you for ---........... . . . . . . . . .-...: I them. Peruna is a safe, reliable, invaluableremt.dy Tenn., writes:

your grand medicine and kind advice A Severe Cough. 'I A Household Remedy. I They have suffered from various for the household "I am glad to be able to tell you thatI

and trust that others may be I mentsand Peruna has come to am well of catarrh of the stomach,and
many I and Backache.
Mrs, }:mma1 artin Odessa Mo. headache
Mrs. Celia H.R. No.
Sibling, Payne
as greatly benefited as I have been. write j, I lief, even when the doctors am sincerely thankful to you for
: Ohio writes Mrs. Franzika iaengel Dominion
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.' Pe-ru-na for Bowel Trouble. cure them. your advice.
"I cannot thank yon enough for curing I I, Old Bridgeport Mines, C. B., 'anada,
Mrs. L. H. Tinker, KKJ: Second street, "I have better health now than I have Such women cannot be convinced I "1 f it had not been for Pernna I would

: M aeon, Ga.,writes: i me. For two years 1 doctored my had for years, and am fleshier than I i' any editorial spasm that their \ writes: never have been well. 1 had three phy
cough which cost me many dollars, but have I "I thank you for the benefit which I
"Two years ago my grandson suffered I ever I am so thankful to household remedy is a humbug. sicians. One of them told my husband
still I teemed to get worse. My cough derived from Peruna. There be
with hemorrhages of the bowels and he you for what you have done for me. Pernna goes right on in its that he could not cure me.
was so bad I could not sleep. many who are suffering from the frame
was treated by different doctors, but "I cannot praise Peruns enough I over disease. Its fame is spreading i
"Finally I purchased! a bottle of disease that I had, for which they have "I had been sick about nine months
without cure. keep it in the house. You have sin over the earth.Especislly '
Peruna. I took it according to directions my not yet been able to find the corrt'ct' when a friend asked me to try Perunato
"We quit all other treatment, and began cere thanks for advice.
and in a short while I felt better, your among American remedy. gratify her; so I commenced takingit.

the use of Pernna, and after the and after I had takva a second bottle I "My husband is taking Peruna, now. is Peruna a beloved household "For the benefit of such persons I wish I can eat and walk and work.

use of three bottles be teemed to be felt entirely well."Aftertheuse He had such a cough he thought he had. It is entirely useless for anyone to to gay that I suffered with headache' "Everybody says I look as well ai I

quite well. He is able now to walk six of ;ix bottles I feel thatI consumption, but beii! getting bet to dissuade them from the and backache and had a severe cough. ever did. Oh, you don't know how

miles to school every day. cured and therefore recommendthis ter. their own experience. I was in bed several weeks and could thankful
"Pernna hw certainly worked won- am I' do feel to you! I have got
'. den for him, and I shall not hesitate to grand medicine to all who suffer "He has taken it only one week and it Peruna is a remedy for the mn not do my work. I tried many remeI -I several other people to take Perunv I '

//jppcommend it.'* with a/ cough as I did." has done him good." i membranes. It therefore has a I 1 dies in vain. : praise it M everybody"

-f LOCAL AND PERSONAL MRS E. VAN HOOD'S RECEPTIONFOR Those present besides the special I two very attractive visitors to and paperss read at the Tampa meeting that it was something fearful.Men as

Mrs. A. E. Delouest has gone to Indiana DR. AND MRS. AVER.Dr. guests of the evening were the follow- ; city and Friday the former and the doctors all had a grand well as animals were panic strickenand

here she trill spend the sum- ing: Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rentz. Mr. black lace and the latter, a white time. it came so suddenly that the people -

mer with relatives. and Mrs. Guy D. ,\yer. of Atlanta ian Mrs. C. V. Miller Mr. and Mrs. gerie dress.In Dr. Izlar responded to the addressof on the streets found it Impossibleto

1 I IM. J. Rot.ssIr.. and Mr.s. L.V.. Du- the the welcome.
r f who have been spending their room adjoining get to their homes and had to seek
\'atrs.. Lee Miller, Mrs.' Bernard )lrs. E. L Carney Mrs. B. J. The meeting concluded with a very shelter wherever
:Mr. Wesley Pinnell, a rising young honeymoon in Ocala the guests of DrAyer's they could fint it
attorney of Bronson, was a visitor to I and Mrs. Alfred I C. E. Winston, Misses, and Mrs. S. Warterman elegant banquet at the popular Spanish and in many instances were injuredby

jarentsMr. Louise Scott, Sara: and Louise Harris and in the same room very restaurant, the Gran Oriente, at falling awnings,
Ocala on legal business: Friday. 1 posts window
Ayer, were the guests of honor at Mattie Williams, Pauline Sullivan, punch was served byIr:;. Ybor City on Thursday night.A glasses, blinds, etc

returned a very charming social function on I'Edna I Williams, Edna Dozier. :ViceBullock Knight and .Mrs. W. W. Stripling. The loss was very heavy.
Mrs R. Thompson has
Thursday e\ -nlng.Mrs. i j Messrs. Clifford Ayer, Jack Before entering the parlor \\
where she has!
home from Daytona,
Ayer is a very stunning looking i Rentz, Ben Condon, Sam Teapue, John the Ut'l'tswre met by Mrs. GREAT WIND AND HAIL STORMIN Heavy Damages Rendered
with her
been some time Againstthe
spending woman and has already made I Pelot, 1E Robinson. Harry Palmer Rocker, they were given pretty JACKSONVILLE. A. C. L.
Mrs C. E. Powell. Railway.In .
daughter, quite a .number of friends in Ocala. !JO. B. How;... Alfred Beck and B. W. tle score cards by Misses'
the federal (' Tampa damages
Her manners are easy and gracefuland Gallagher, of" Tampa. Potter and Sara Harris. OthErs !' The Times-Union of Friday contained -

Rev. and Mrs. C. E Powell and she has the harpy faculty of The rooms were all prettily: decorated ing the hostesses in various in the sum of $:!O.OOO was awarded -
madE'I a very thrilling account of the wind
children, who have been spending the: easily making friends. On Thursday in red hearts, red roses and the were Mrs L. F. Blalock and to E. W. Webb, a former engineeron
and hail storm that visited that
winter and spring at Ocala and Day- evtning her brunette beauty was enhanced lights shaded in red. The dining room S. A. Rawls.!: one of the A. C. L. locomotives en-
tona, Fla., will return next week to red hearts Thursday afternoon at half past three
with a gown of pale yellow radium was especially lovely- being There were over seventy ladies gines. Some time in March a year

-4 their home at Lexington, Ky. trimmed with bands of satin and used everywhere and in the center of ent and a't'ry enjoyable o'clock. ago, Engineer Webb pulled a passenger

lace of the same shade. the attractive the table was an t'xquisitebouqut't- of was spent playing "forty-two" a The winds blew terrifically. Almost train out of Tampa on schedule

?. rs. George de Muro, Miss Rita 3e costume being finished with touches of American beauty ruses and the silver that was so popular in Ocala last time WhE'D" four miles of
instantly the city became nearlywrapped
M> ro, }lr. H. D. Geiger: editor of the lavender velvet. candlestick had red shades. Mrs. ter. There were sixteen tables in darkness and"suddenly Lakeland he met some wild cars com-

Citrus County Chronicle, and Mr.. G(o. Their hostess was Mrs. E. Van Rentz sat at the table and poured the twelve rounds of this game were hail stones as big as walnuts began ing down a d*<-line, which wrecked

.t'v A. Dame, of Inverness: were visitorsto Hood, who is most tactful and pleasant coffee! ; chicken salad, olives and salt ed with the result that Mrs.' D. G. falling. Horses became panic stricken his train and injured him, causing the

Ocala during the past!: wt't"k. as a hostess She wore lavender almonds Wt'rest'rnd, followed by a wards won the prize, a pretty co and rushed headlong in all directions loss of two toes by amputation. Ten

crepe de ohene and receiving with I sweet course hich included ice cream, James Whitcomb Riley'sn Some fell into the river with thousand dollars a toeis not bad.

Last Sunday's! Ocala Banner contained them was Mrs Hood's pretty daughter cut in the shape of hearts and coloredred I Sweetheart of Mine," with the vehicles attached to them, others Webb was represented: by R. W. Davis

a tine cut of Editor Frank Harris Miss Bessie! Porter, who was lovely cake and red and white mints lustrations. dashed through plate glass windows and Hiltoti S. Hampton, the A. C. L.

and his little grandson May the little in white spangled net She carried these beautifully obst'rvingtt.e color After the games Ice cream and into stores and a scene of consterna- by W. A. Carter, of the firm of Car-

t fellow live to be as well and favorably white roses and wore in her hair a motif of the reception. was served by Miss Hatchell a<: tion and terror prevailed throughoutthe ter and Sparkman.

known as his grandfather. wreath cf white rose buds. I ed by Misses Louise Harris. Alice city. One horse plunged into the
Dunnellon Advocate. The reception was a very informal 'MRS HATCHELL AND t'lock. Edna Dozier Minnie
jewelry establishment of Mr. V. J. Ja- CHILD LABOR BILL KILLED.
remaining duringthe MISS HATCHELL GIVE Elizabeth Xewsom and little
all the guests
one, cobs and scattered the diamonds on
Prof. E. 1.. Cowden was a visitor to entire evening. the sidewalks and into the streets. House and Senate Adjourned Yester-
was brightly THE OCALA HOUSE. This was one of the largest and I
Ocala the last:: of the week. On Sat The largo't'ranl1a The skylights of the stores and public day Over Monday-Several Important -
with electric lights and Japa- I piest spring parties and was very
Cowden, in company lighted I
urday. Mr. 1 1I 1I buildings were all crashed in and Bills Introduced.
the Ocala high school, lanterns and at one end Mrs. An elaborate and beautiful party was enjoyed by all those who were so
the teachers of nese the rain came down in sluices, greatly
beautiful Silver Miller served the punch while at that which :Mrs. :M. H. Hatchell and tunate as to be present.Dr I
i the Lee ,
at .
picniced I Hatchell damaging the goods and furnishings.The Spesial to the Ocala Banner:
Springs, and went down the river. The I the other end a gypsy tent was erect her daughter Miss the Ocala I windows of the hotels private residences Tallahassee, Fla, April 19 -Both
and afternoon at
Daval diseased i on Friday Powers Elected Third Vive
reports a fine time--Citrus ed. Here Mrs. gave broken
professor and other buildings were: house and senate adjourned after
g'psy11d the fortunesof House the occasion being a compliment I
County Chronicle. arrayed as a to Mrs. J. B. Hiers. of Jacksonville ident! cf the State Medical S cie I and the houses suffered! : .at damage morning session over until Monday at
the guests. from the of rain.
and Mrs Charlie Miller who is Mrs Hatchell's sister- I I Dr. H. Powers, Dr. W. V. :;; I downpour four.
Mr. Alex Holly, of Daisy is in Ocala Mrs. Seligman Dixieland, the beautiful new pleasure Bill appropriating thirty thousand
I played delightfully during the evening inlaw.s :Miss Claude Waterman I i som and Dr. A. L. Izlar returned I
and has been here for stvral days. Heis Ocala's mostpopular ground which was not yet quite dollars for the Tampa fair introduced

agent for several very fine tracts of and Mrs. Ayer Mrs.: Winston to the I Mrs. Hiers was women one of and her visits I'I Friday morning from Tampa, completed, was almost entirely demolished today, also bill practically abolishing
Williams sang young
round timber and cypress lands in and Miss of all present.The here are always a matter of a great I they attended the annual nothing being left standing bat present board of trustees of Stetson

swmth }o'lot1"and is in a position toJfive pleasure feature of th't'nicg deal of pleasure.On I the state medical society.Dr. thetfceater building.One University. New apportionment bill

arti.- Jith the wherewithal barb special book." which was cleverly this occasionhe wore a blue_i W. P Lawrence, of Tampa of the tugs on the St. John's giving each county senator and increasing -

-' acne. Some tracts run into the thousands was the arranged"bridal for Dr. and Mrss. Ayer; grey liberty silk dress trimmed with unanimously elected president of river was capsized and its captain representatives. Child labor

of acres. guests were given a subject velvet of the same shade with touchesof association and the other oft drowned. bill practically killed by numerous
The different Jacksonville never saw such a hail
the meeting, the courtship pink and a point lace bertha. elected were as follows: Dr. 'I amendments.
Messrs. :M.I.. Little and Edd Jf- such as the honeymoon, Mrs. Hatchell wore a beautiful : first vice-president, Dr. Love, storm before and hopes never to see it' BRUMBY.When ,
returned home Friday from St. the marriage i repeated. The hail stones averaged --,
fords I etc and were askedto black net dress and Miss Hatchet vice-pre: Petersburg, where they attended the the first quarrel imaginary>f sketch of the ehappenings. was all in white with fink ribbons. president, Dr. Terry librarian.An Ian inch thick and in low places several you strike "a trust as is a

meeting of the Odd Fellows. write an line invitation extended from inches. The weather bureau say trust. the bunch lhat's behind state
When they were: completed The others in the receiving were
I that nothing like it has happened in uniformity take the bakeryi-Lake
the next annual '
read aloud by Mr. Mrs. Guy D. Ayer of Atlanta, Mrs.James !. to hold :
of Live Oak who they were the establishment of the Index.
Miss Ric Porter then bound into a McCollum, of Gainesvillle. Mrs. this city was accepted so next \ Florida since City
Mrs.ftcmggs. Duval and were
visit to her weather bureau.
has ben un a Lid- will have the pleasure of
which was presented to Dr. W. V. :Nes om and Mrs. Mallory we ,
at Levon, for a short while, linen book, # ., ,. ing the physicians of the state. Mr David S. Woodrow, of this city, Hon. Ion L. Farris is now in the
i souvecir r HToectog. \
came up to Ocala Friday to spend o and Mrs. Ayer as a 'l."S. A}... and Mrs McCollum are Many splendid speeches were I'itne"f'f'd the terrific storm and sale d:: limelight

few days with Miss Mattie Williams. .

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t t was, killed i it ir !\ Carolina Whiskey '. :.- r'SS pending in the " Mr. Bowef ; I
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. f years of ag Carolina WKuley will give exrelirnt tatufaction. I* :, : a : aei1 : ThMac: William.lill is i amfaigu-rj.--, 1
with the ow i1 III article and in our eswrawc. far --v -i.t> the C>-A.-.) < ?u.i nr <-
t t i' tures sold by irresponsible: rraii: o- ; .-.- w HJU.--T at i. */ tt;.".) ,l.- tivhat i.:; r-qureu! of C"untic-.

He was aaccident v {j I pet gshon. WamakeagpeeiaipriioCAROLINA. W.HISKZV w show I ;u.r'U'l rna'erial. i'lai-ir.g,! i it on th-: .
tha that we are n"t afraid of any kir.ti ?curr.o.'i''n i Our par.t3-cov! r fourteen
r acres, matins uo the largn.t niIi.oixUr wh-skey hjuae la the 1R urkL ;" ',: i i.b ?:i. condemntition prin-r,..,liii,'r.ur. I
greatly d-f'1
: 1 hull;I :lira bridstc... az..> wl:,"
who is pros J)11 : :: :
: 'a ts th.bill of "' \ !: thi "
tragic death.! us $2.-33 anj we
war ship you by express 6 full quarts of Carolina ltiskcyaad! a i -u..nrwhere! liof-, .- a- aid f>ni'- : \
,, i 1 t(1( 1 will include in same box, complementary; a sample bottle of ei-h. I .n' :"r- .-."si-i.-s "r-:." the hire; of :
A Weddt : L 1 + + o 7ulieKa." "GolJ IJanJ" a.nj Casper's :i Year CI J 'V, hHeCorr. stat- n t r& t
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Mack, a welt .D ./ ,i in N rth Tj ..i.a. Vir ;.-.:a a- \\e-.i V-'Rinia. but cu=ti.ri I i'\: : .- I .>,;--: p1'1 rata in: t-.: sv..ra! o->
1'alri eld, ca:; .:. t in other sta'< i niched hy 3..::., or S >jth rn E..rre.-j C >- par..e=. .. .
.k mark n-mtt f'en',*. E't; of \r.-ji---.>3i Rivor residir.g <>n -.!; < -. F-f-y !ir t.-rn. S' "-.- t-> t-t: .
very pleasan i stag oth-T n 5 lnea; n. '. -n : i"ir th t 4 qua'ts a::i J sample !l. :.- :..1! f.>rfsiturfur.J.:: tk\ iMLt.-: _
jiouii, acconu I M3f bottkreatdwcwdlprepaferc.i Rorcit; cash gager. -rcaJ address: .. : : t.
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3 fathers' theypastorium fe:: E''i) THE CASPER CO., Inc., RoanoRe, V&s :-.a: r'ur.c.
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; ea : t" .--'''-rai coun; >.- ,'. ::II I have to !.
marriage by ] ; : vy of tobacco without
.Mr. and lrI ; : ad'litional tax t-j cuvt-r the!'! This man bought a supply
transferred: : ,
; which would

home both quite at FaffK pc- ....._ 'jj.ties foot the hill! ;in full! nakth and I", avtate 1 -- acquainting himself with the distinctive taste

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f( : .. '. .'i: thhire: ,:' c-u.cts. X. :Lr. .- his desire to chew and at .

I Dr. J. C. y '. DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY .. 't.j.t..n, : ,v. : .,::, g, ,, ...: r._.! qualities that gratify ,

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who has be< r/
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l the that Sumner place to] ,' WlllfiW. IJA..LIVlll '. .... .'.....-. G.J ....". .... .. l ...,! .'t .. SCHNAPPS has been advertised La this Some day: they'll get a taste of the red .

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that chewer has had
their large njMr. ,, paper so every anopportunity SchnapZJs-.hey'nrealizewhatenjoyment
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t t '. get they've missed by not getting SCHNAPPS
Otto II i .i: as c v :;!.:., :: facts and know that drugs are not used 4.
T N ... ', ... long then they' fcsl ]ike kicl'1:1gthe I
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I Citrus count. m m i itl :.. .\. :: .n ,> ., -produce the cheering quality found in

t 1f lose his most 1 .. famous Piedmont flue-c re 1 them selves.SCHNAPPS.
ii country
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i litho and shecare r 95lm'1V tobaxosandthat SCHNAPPS i is what b.2
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for. Hq everywhere J
l n iJ '. '. ....'. t.I .. to'. ..'. ought to chew. Still there are chewers ';3

l. ,,. woman to keep a housiproperly hoi; 'ii 1:1'4 r..i1 d1 ou: c 1 :. .. t., -:-. ..". ... <:,:. t \ ...:.'.. ..II...,. who accept other and cheaper tobaccos ; cats:: ana I1'' and 15 cant plugs. Bs 1

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I 4 Mr. J. M 1. Ja f,- / I, ,s= ." .1.:.:.-.- a .-,.. .a: tax r>'U':. -_. ,-. -, --,

I l f' in Ocala yest l ', Send 1 us :<:.S5, .v-.:: ., .'. .... :,:.,;'..' .. .'."_ .'.. 1rt -. '. ..:.. I, .">:: ... : ,;: -ucl. i ounty. '., ..if.-i r"' enSl -

son lives mo. >t. ttt1! nu[ m.t::",. .. '. ...'J". "J., ... '...,', ,.: ._..- ,.. ...:. t'h. (i'. 't.. r.---i\-- its [r.': ...> r.::" of tlic.t : J\f t".t, VNf P. WAWw
t :
f it .; York, he hasadmiration s r ..-tof WILLOW DALE RY2, ix--- : =-<; ...:. -'avr.viits. : a. :.r-\t-; ; r n
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foi" Trit an-1 1 if Jon't Z- it '1'1., 1 > i- ILTTLV
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" t'a '* 1 t'>"lbl: ;' $ .J-
\n'e had a'z. L,I't that! aLar offer; ? $I : I J t
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t I ," day from l |.' P. incmlier: we<::-tiI'r! 'o;:'ie:: ou .';:.:- s ....,. ... 1:1., "I'.. ...;.... "' '-. "..'.:',..".";. ,_ ':',:::'' -.. -. IO lio l ed .Jngp
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O. Turner, : .
-t. :rom us }l' ...\ e :... .: "_ I'.. ,. ..
1 i .. ,._ :.t! .t. ':'k- ..,: 0:1-
; Brooks, of ; 9 .1 i-r ;and a' .r.i allcit. 0 _". r r
I 11LIO: : : .. : : .: '. : uT.. -,0' r r ..rIr. .". .
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i. say that the [ ', sure: of ?t tting oar w:. : u
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r.Ii extremely low ftionally ,tit I ET I; ; otlr : lS'l1.d1 .nUlJ.t..s :"= ..' -.'... .. '. : .
:: M.-: .
goo,1.j '* I! i 1 '.\.lY. .t. -J"'C.1: t>:':- eta

j J 1 .t, a If you\ prefer corn vhfskcwe: will::: --..". .\ -> i :.:' l"", : :> :. ..' i: ';'l1ty ,
can now catc \ ; { tf
i 4-: j-J 1 &t 1 or full!l.start5of, r :ur ALLAN SIHCLtfS'S CORNWHISKEY J. ;::':1:'.":: :- :'.' :.: 1 ; '- arU : t ompany
k possibly cons :[ ''Q for : .. 1
1 fif. S2.3Gs--rc.-prcpi>: u : t'z.: ; "
I'.l : ;> :h.
i. that a few d; j. l.uv ; better co-". \, ..'. '.: irjn, I : < : !
o; 1 ,.: : y any'; ; ': -tir. : :: ,: : : '. ,.. ... .
: <
: ':. hunting. alh\f.,\ i .'.. '.; '_"--- .I ;a; .:. prite.Vir :
E ,." .. I '::: >1" :.':; ,; ,'. :.. t', ] .
r in a few hl1 ,' "' ( I KTUirantt- ; r-. .-; -ct saiNt'iCtr.rai: : '*. ; : ; ) <,:c: A".". .
O v
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fish, some of t jed j- 1 y [rcfuri-i '1 yx-s with: every saiproen; 're niakYu: : : L"1: :: .ct ;:- '

twenty 1.1Jiu::1 :. run i'.o risk when you deal \\rJa us ;as tae: o.v.-.vB !\' :: i !'.. ;::,_ -.. T ....- ; :' ,1 :..... "t S S'.vrz..S11Sau t' t :

i 4 i ''I\' ('f': cr--vi.jy :,u-ere.-j-iurces of a siillijuj.l.trs; :' '- :. ;..,. ...;: .- ,.l ;; 1:." .
of the (' : "i:': .' .
'IlUI'. I... '"' .J. iiuiill 1! ':i': ) exactly: as v/s : ." '
f. nelght ; 'II! 'j'fT i 'r--w' "n',,''..TI.J.. ""_ : X "i tl.r.-:

2 i tr. '" U'1'5sui:- "' 'IJ*I THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO. :. i r '. "' \ '. '. Av ,: IJ,3':' .
. while\ th> drouji :. ,
; at : .* '. !<: MACON, GA. r,_. i--\\-\ :- tux V" f-.ji; I WHOLESALE} LIQUOR DEALERS
severe as .. !
enoiiKh. but t ; : --1. Owners of Registered Duj"ery; :';1). 2X, Waif Cer.'t. G*. : ; : 1'.1. : :. i..1' :

r properly ';:I. : 1 ...;-r..;. .. 'i...1iii. a JAiT. 1 : : : x .:' : ,. .. .; .. v.itr.i a !uvth : I

i :-1 :.' r .1 -- .
.. planted their K: : ::1.f "' ;" ; {

-' ____ :; -.! : .:.-*.-. : ; 1 kvy i-J
f. Ing well enoiis --- ___ _,.. -_ T _
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careful to
f. thorn Ocaia5Florida
>. is before plantingf. 1 n : iak: t..- : ;.t- i-ntiti.-in! : '

t i ." 'a i .--:l:r.-*, i .:
fr t g"" : road-i:; i
the stumps (|
L' t' .
a ji !o. :": t-: i- : h Hid ,
n.y t'
f his lathe ..
:' burns Wfl1Ui'S' __ .... ..." ....,. .. _, h...,._ __ .. -- --- -- W'-- -----or.
+ -- <
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raises larg ; ,
: I tw<,nty-fiw yf_ ; l \ ti to"'fla.&" 1< ,1 ,5: :
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itnmeasureablyrk a _n = Z : y. .vr. St.1.r RyBei'e . . . $1.I_,I -T Ct t >
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[ Is all in ltnnttt Is =: :: :. :' l' Ry '
; ( ; ; \ :y : I K"' ".:"Jr-' . . : : : :,,;) ; QUARTOEER -i.., :',:-' . l.I i

: getlcmen were if "I was a toal! wreck 1''t': ... .. :' is.- . . . . ').-I I ,: h.:!:g '> Kmtucky . .
I- the Banner anc : writes Mrs. E "-" ...1.. : : : > .ur"t.: a-! :: ;'" Los; cabin . . .. . ;3-0":: _,. "

k c their names ttti. r, Rowley! of Champoeg: : Oregon; r-.r,... .. -I-I .;. ; --t;,. ..I h.jn-i!..... At ill'-: : K" < tilIy'v" . . . ;';.',, I FOR .t,..2.0"t .;, *'*'ir! J ,r. .. . .
ji ;:
'I I pains : . . . : ; o-au \'il' P'-r';'' .
1 I '
: *. Sn ; '
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t --- ; : n. r-co :': :v nt.L -gram .J iWe I oi;_ : : ;: ,
{ suffered < inlVRy
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r for 4 years, every r}7.a:1.: : Sometimes I .> i.; Jot'" . j-!,'I I will send, egress M.r. ': . .
>- vr. : "
t t The FernancFernandina would:; be ? t.: r.- 1.:1: ; -.i>- : Ml'irimagV.! . . i/w}\) !, prepaid -I nil!' quarts of'' ;,d, Hants" : : Corn . : "
le hat; unconscious for 12 hours :at a stretch. I : : ;' ; "l- ?-' ;. .g".r, .n': j :: JJ tVra HilStrauss . . . . _' tpI ;: "to:1'l.1l..t": ,, . ..
t.It t. din. '. ; ; ; STRAUSS I . . . S
( says it in a f know that anything could : .L"E: > : i ". !ir'-: : -I. ) : Of) X L'- '. :
stop the pain I. .. : ; \ Llt- '-' . . .
,, .CG"R'N"W'.HisKEv
It leaded editorial, entirely, but Wine of Cardui did. ; j! < f r. .u: : -j.. ,-j.i.i roa-s Li.\ |:I 1---V :- -- ; . . . i :
I adviseill ., . . IStSiS1. "
we have been j i i' : :; !i- r >: !' ?::. ,I'i b- ir--ii-i-j: T..r.nt-- ?" :>I':1 ; .Sl.;;:} r rc :$3.50 : ; 74 . I II

or more.! r women suffering with painful periods to use Car: ''fr'-' :.-:.- : ::r.- ;:ni:; i is i i.< i: ..-:ii'si X.rth Carolina Corn . i.;,- ': ?'.ewi!! .'-r-ii ; OIi Osoar P, -. 'r (1-: -_-" ;. :.";!. ,, ."_ -
yt'at .
. .. i .
[ Statesvilli? Corn: :! (u} express
Planters' . . -
1 civil war it wa{ dui .ind! be relieved. -: : .ry.: ..-d fills:: :' bill:! l.
Mu: a nt ai n._ !' ,.
: : : Scott .
I a
'I nandina. had a'I It H. W. L'",:NG. :' OM Harvest CornGIN.. . . "iSTRAUSS t RQYRLlMt t!i: Vernon, . . ";. .' .;II
doe this ;
i outstrip Jacksthe by regulating the functions and *
i : ; k
i l most dent\ Engagement Antsounted.A ,i I > Swan Gin . . . .$l.a,1! RESERVE -i GIN. t
toning up:; all the Internal female A < . . . . : !
"ar- i ab Tom Gin 1.73 *
J eH Florida but ton \\ organs t to heal:! ,. -" n r-n'ivt": ir. .vi; ::. > j p'I I w. B.--:
Holland Gin . . 2.00 i
r her rights. It is a pure, specific, reliable female: annur'. ::.:: th-! "igragr'r.f'nt: Mr.irthur [ Crown Gin : : '.". . ....;)0.|; FOR .,.. .,.=..O !jL-'n-lor.f Deck Gin . . i -. I

i falle to take .-\ remedy: wha ::: : iK 'X and: :Miss! Evaair: :-, c Perfection Gin . . 3.00 h'Ye Tom Gin t. .. ,

,! unities and 104 record of 70 years of M! -r-. .;:: Atktr-i RUM. will end 4 full Qts !: Holland bin : . . ." L! '

I z permitted Jack) FREE ADVICE Mr. F..X i th- ..:a Iy s-jti. of Mr. ..trMrs. .'. New England Rum . . _$ .51) j j OLD I{ Booth Phosphate Gin . . 1 j

(I in the race.V success. It has bene- WV'S us I :leftrf i? L.IUIFox.! '..vhov..r.. t"," ri'i'rh! Jamaica Rum.- . 3.0d :r! Tom Gin . .: . I : .
>.T'3.rc t
I e her take on nl! four sr.'ls, 1:1.1.It: se'1.1 j.J : romiiint! r-si ir.ts,i ,: .)f Ocala: buth: -> BRANDY.: I HARVEST CORN i j i MALT WHISKEY.Per {

touch with th"i fited a million others. A.1jr A H::';lj:!. ,:t s pi.n-\ "iSO'S<'i." ,.i>.er.. p';
state. } Tte I.I3.Ir:art:.I.\\e.1kl\ :e...a .I-O'-,-. r .- '.tntar ::h., past fwvars.. Hi.;l.- Apple Brandy . . . bad Duffy: P Malt . .$ '>,t.
I Why not you? Try it. noc.-i. Ts- \. I'.Ha .r :: : Peach Brandy . . 3) .I for the money : Bowman's . . . '. ". 1.\1'1
; -r:; bu in : \
y.'ur.g !
>> ::: :i
I" :f1.On : California Cognac . 3.0' ;, ;
i tha:: : city: an i hand Mis.M:: : FOR .e." SWEET GOODS.
I Mrs. J. I': \$ -: WIN.. .L1.
I lj by several I oij t Sold by Every Druggist in $ 1 .QO Bottles. , -:' ;th-: ;L'-.j". known un-1 1 :' .-t; } ' "a" g rade' .Prr tI.1'.",.t..

j spent Tuesdaytion : ;'lIar' ,':-ni.- : the y'un; J-. .t- Port Wine . . L,9I,Ii prepaId full P,resi F.aeh and H ,nry-.."aa"grade, "'

i\ In Ocala. -' -=ociety set in Plant Th-! d.Sit.he Bla'kbtc'Wine . . 1. quart of R'ek and Ry..a gral1"_ :.- >

--i; :r :: marriage ha,: not vet b.-r. h"rr.. Wi me . La:;! :,i STD} AUS5 FAMOUS HOl'k and. Ry"aa". grade ." .; .y'.
WINE : -
iRawls Im-, Jrtrd Port. Win' .. . . 4.'I') 0rang Brand} . 'J
"'tdo not s : : :" J. } IiT: ,.>rt,J Sherry Win.. . . I. '"I "76" a YE .r..c"n". .. Bc.n... .. . ." v. ., ,.
has introduced! pt : B, .! S

t t gown's; knif,'" 11\\ OF '! d Co.'s Sig Check.

i r --- -I.. Sheriff R. F. Bowden t.,,lay. r,.. .' -

'. '.. Cat
: ; Four steers 2 ,: i se l from S. A. Rawls & Co).. II? }I. u..

l ed crop and t h ,' ._ __--p [ !lesse of convicts a check for th.- >ui.jof :\
branded "Z" o !
I ,; also, brand.':\. ": I $3.623.4' in payment for hrist.n..r...

!! cushion. One I r THE: :; front Duval county, for the Qu-rt..r '

., tips off horns f :fr.dmg March 31, last. This is thar Oeala .
t; Also two thrli: Floridaf
;, horn tipped. lort' : ;"st payment ever received: in any ,: ,

and Dank! : ma; >n- quarter by the county for pritr.trs. ;...-
known The M : Marion Hardware .

near Rutland Ii" ) Conpaiy) ) I '
) Rawls & (0.. received
t 1. First four ,warf' H)2; prisoners? ; 1't.M. "'' > .s
{ th-> first
lawaha riv> .. months of this year j ji ...NA.. ... AAA. ..
l If sin please HEADQUARTERS 5 i! :ney pay for them at the rate of v.

'I! z.t.. ((55 cents per day. This does in- I The uniform text book bill
American not introduce uniformity.
l 4C ai Wire '
I t. Fencing
chide any prisoners k I' uniformity it Th.
sentenced to the | Lake
I a; state i >I by Senator Humphries in the not what he advocates of state unifor- City Index suggests that
Run camps. it the
i Runaway frt ,,t Sash, Doors and Blinds The money received from this? I senate a few days ago is by far the mity want. Shall 9') per cent of the used for buildings at Lake City are not
Friday night. Amare source goes: to the fine and forfeiture best measure in our opinion before people's money all ready invested in used purposes that they b \
; branded-, Paints. Oils and school books{ be killed I the supreme court and I
Varnishes fund. to rail:
scar on right \ the legislature. The objectionable features statesmen to these I way commissioners. \.
obtain A _
had front part On account of tie something sugges
postponed sessionof ; tioa.
of the other
her: on night of : Mill and Mining Supplies: the criminal court the next emasures are all not appear on the surface? "We
reward will be t payment ; eliminated and the system of uniformity say not-Southern
a to undersigned for prisoners will b.o'er double adopted Is made practicable. His .

4-2fi :t SI Turpentine Snpplies, the amount for the first quarter: said adopted is made practicable. His For Mr. Braxton Beacham.

Sheriff Bowden. Sale,-Dr, Mareaa's is, whoever he
.Would measure should be adopted if we Liver Pills is another candidate
like pf Improved 1 For the |made from Dr for govtrnor.
'Farming Tools'-! quarter Marean's it
preceding the Lat is
have the uniform private not
text book sys'temin for- stated that he
: dry goods sto..t| ;[! the county received $3.232.9and jmula; nave been r i3 a turpentine -
the this state.-Live Oak Democrat.Our tested for magnate but
pi GET the
b A, OUR PRICES twenty.
temperate. : quarter before J2.S75.I5-Metropolis.? (five years that presumption ?
; purely he
contemporary vegetable one of 'em.
y out h .:\!KvVef says Sent
1 1v i that 90 per cent. of the school booksof ('postpaid on receipt of price. 25 =-

Marion Dr. J. G. Baskin. of Dunnelloa has the state are now furnished by the box Address, cts. a The

Hardware teen :r Tampa during the week American Book Co.. 1 Lake- City Index saYs that the
'.- Company as a and gives that as .Mrs. Beatrice Marean. office of
; witness inspector: of
; before
', : the Unithed States I a reason for state uniformity. This state printing
15 ought to
East be
coart aaw in Belmont created: We
session in that St. shall
: j city. leaves only 10 per cent. not already in the watch
4. .'#:: : Tallahassee
fens Sun
I to
lola. Fla. see it
t rhN _.. : -lh4 t w th Proposl ton.

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AYER AND MRS. McCOLLUM! I An Ocala Couple Married in Jacksonville

L Tuesday Night i ANNOUNCEMENT. j

.- April made good her reputation tSaturday llr. Eugene; B. Duncan and Miss Ju- i

r afternoon as from early in lia Glenn Mayo, both of this city, were :. We have just purchased the vV&gca and Harness business of ilesari. :

quietly married in Jacksonville Tuesday I S. A. Staniiley & Company, and propose t.) add to the stock cf goods everything 1
the morning until late at night there
jr I night at the home of the brid 's that is needful to make it COMPLETE LINE in every sense of -:

: were constant and copious showers brother Mr. Bennett T. Mayo. ; tie wcrd. We are agents for several cf tte best Farm Wagons on the mar .;

However, the weather in no way in- Miss Mayo went up to Jacksonville : ket; also several cakes cf Ftu gies. Besides these we handle & great variety '

M; ,v.; y about ten days ago to visit her broth cf vehicles ether of which '1-'
1 : | tt-rfered with the lovely r* eptioi we stud ready to fully gaL a ntee. ;
% er and her:: friends saspicioned at the
1 which Mrs. R. Edward Le Miller:: and I '
time:: that her marriage to Mr. Dun- :High Grade Buggies. Serviceable Carriages, 1
; .
Miss Mattie Williamss gave at the< would take that I
can probably place in Unexcelled
Wagons, i
home of Mrs. Milter's mother, Mrs. Sj city but the fact of their marriage j i ,

I I j A. Standley, on Ocklawaha avenue. was not definitely known in Ocala un- i I Lap Robes, Etc., Etc. .3

til Wednesday morning, when a tele-1 -
There were one hundred and fifqI
I gram was received by the bride's tam-I' Turpentine Wagons a Specialty. i
I invitations issued and over one bunjdred -
ROYAL ily, and a mesage was also
Baking Powder is indispensable j ladies were present during thi < this office from llr. Duncan.Mr. I i We an Always in Pcsiticn to Meet the Prices ef Legitimate: Ccmpettian.We 1

to the i afternoon. The reception was given and Mrs. Duncan left Jackson- '' are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckcry Turpentine ;
preparation of the finest ville Wednesday for Jamestown to be1:
complimentary to Mrs. Guy D. Ayer, and Farm Wagon.
I present at the opening of the eiposinon. i
cake hot-breads of Atlanta, and Mrs. James McCol
and muffins. From there they will visit I

hint of Gainesville. The former was Washington and other Eastern cities. | Knight & Lang .

I exceedingly: beautiful in a pale blue and will be absent for several weeks I

Housekeepers The bride is the third daughter of;
are sometimes embroidered silk with whicl (
importuned gown
to (Successorto: Standlev and Co. ) ,
I Mrs. F. L. Mayo and is a charming i,
other "
buy powders because they are "cheap." ate wore a black NVopohtan straw hat,' young woman While originally from : ,

Housekeepers should stop and think. If such I iti only ornament bmg a lovely whit :North Carolina she has been -ar-d

powders :are lower priced, are they inferior? plume and very lovely indeed did she in this city and her wedding is b-mg .... .*. ... > .* ..+ ... . 4.... ...............++..

Is it look.Mrs. pleasantly discussed: by her many -
economy to spoil your digestion r Ayer has made many friends friends here.

I in Ocala and it is a matter of regret Mr. Duncan is from a fine old North I Adding New Accounts !

Alum is used in some baking J-OW. i that her stay here is to be so short. Carolina family, but has been livingin I

-The Rcy1 Baker and Pastry tiers and in most of the Sceipts -<:al1ed Mrs McCollum is not a stranger u Florida fur some years. He !< a.

Cock"-containing over Boo most phosphate powders, because it is |( Ocala having been here several times young man of a genial disposition and : i i

practical: and valuable! cooking re. cheap, and makes a cheaper pow. | as the guest of her sister. Mrs. L. J. splendid business quali kation-:. A : We adding
constantly ac-
-free to are :
every pstrcn. Send cer. But aluin is a corrosive which, Knight She is very vivacious and oi few years ago he was a cl-rk in the ,

postal card with jour full address taken in food, acts injuriously upon Saturday was very attractive in an A. C. L. office in this city. and tats : >

;. the stcirach, liver and kidneys.EARING : !t-mpire gown of lavender crepe de went to Xewberry where he was the counts, and our business is increasing at t
L' : ,il'- chene.The agent for several years. He re-turn >d j

...1 "CYA !I two popular hostesses WOK to Ocala nearly two years ago, havingbeen : !i : a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also *
PcwC R
NEW vcAK. be
white. Mrs Miller's dainty gown tendered the position of agpnt f.IIr

---- ing a white mull made princess and the Coast Line: here and he has administered i : might be g I a d"join us. & *, I

LOCAL AND PERSONAL .Mrs L B. Tydings. of Anthyny. is elaborately trimmed with lace. Miss the affairs of the road at j .

Williams wore a.white. French lace this point the satisfaction of all .
spending a faw .days in Ocala wither to ; .
Hon. Henry W. Long, of MarteL son Mr. C. R. Tydings. gown the trimmings being silver Several months ago .Mr Duncan ,

was in fkaal on business: :Saturday. singles and pink rose buds. purchased the property on Orange ..1'I: I

Oapt.: W. L. Lowry, of Homosa_, .. I The entire house was prettily decorated I I enue known as the Green plac.. He ,I .f COMMERCIAL BANK 1 1OCALA. ,

Mr. 110ntht+lon Atkinson, of Fellowship was a business visitor to Ocala Weil in evergreens and many beautiful has remodeled the house and grounds 4 ,

was among: the business visitors nesday. white roses and other white flowers and has greatly beautified the ..m.r.. : i

In Ocala Saturday.The were introduced in the decors place, and when he and Mrs. Duncan'' FLEIPFURNITURE :

llr. Arthur Hodge, of Mombroob, I tions. The hall mantel was a mass of return from their wedding trip they : .

newspapers ought to be accorded who is now working at Inglis. has tlt rn beautiful magnolias, the blossom that I will make their home there. It-* a .....'... ...*............... ...............t..t

as much rights as a political speak in Ocala for several days. is so truly a flower of the south. beautiful location, and their hoine :> :.!

Gainesville E "ator. Misses Tommie Standley and Xel- be a most attractive one :.i'ft.- _..... .
lie Beckham, in white dresses with
George Williams who has beer

E. C. Staley has to Jack- laid up for several days with rheuma- blue sashes and blue shoes and stockings ABOUT SELLEVIEW SCHOOL.
: j-Mrs. than were the dainty little maidens I FURNITURE !
: to spend a few days with her was able to be at his place of

r ,I.t.-r. Miss Clara Moore. business yesterday.Hon. who received the cards at the front Bdli. Fla.. April! ... '-7

door. To the Editor Ocala Banner
J. M. Barco, after spending a In the hall Mrs. Wm. Hockey Mrs
1i r. Z. D. Garrett of Brooksville, a L. W. Duval. Mrs. S. A. Rawls and Will you give me *pa.c.i i ur
JJ,I few days at his Sunny Slope fan ... Smith fclRoberts
f.rmrr compositor this office, was and in this city returned to Tamp Mrs. Jean Austin all in exquisite valuable paper to exprn! -f-. ,
of the, ..f I.. ; "
.1 \\isitor t8 the city Saturday. Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. white dresses very graciously received ments people r -

1 district?
the guests.Yrs.
would writthis i if I ... .
presided at not -at: :
The Hunter Drug make a James Knight
company I. N' Withers of Lady Lake, i ipending : noticed an article I :n the "g.1,' .\
of "brick icycream the pnch bowl and -assisting her was
a few days with her sister, Items" of th.. Banner II f April U. 11:7: ,
and Mary
for Sunday dinners. Just phone Misses Lucile Standley Ocala Furniture Co.
Mrs. Townley Porter and her brother .
Burford. stating that the Hr-iU-.iew! : .c.l: l tyear :- J
Mr. F. A. Teague. ,
In the living room Mrs. S. A. Stand- was tar : upt-rii-r\ to unui i :t 'w- I

ley, Mrs. E. H. Mote. Mrs. C. E. Ab- f.r a r->w year pas:. I
Mrs. Vance Weathers accompaniedby :Miss Shelly Souter of Anthony, ispending : of New York. Mrs. J. B. Hiers. : Such a statement :,> far-! h.-i! ,'u>!
her sister Miss Bobbie Harrison I
a few days in Ocala: with hei of Jacksonville, Miss Edith McGuire i without foundation and i-> v't.1--;
who is her were
of guest
Leesburg aunt Miss Fannie Clark and her sister and Miss Ri Porter I nut the voice IIi the peopl:
Ocala Saturday.The of Pennsylvania When in need of
shopping Miss Pansy Souter. Live Oak received. Thy all wore The young lady! teacher" A ,t. anything
lot .
greeted the this year are Certainlyer> 1.: a. i
and pleasantly :
white very I
sell cut
Hunter drug company Miss Susie Fort and Miss May Turn- visitors. deserve credit for doing a* .\ -.i i : in our line
always in read-
Ltlawers. They are '..
ley. two of the Ocala public school Mrs. Will Knight. Mr C. V Mil they ha'tbut to compareth
AC'I, and, like tf-veryihing sold by this teachers, spent Saturday and Sunday Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and Mrs. J. i an old veteran teacher like Pror P
our : :
the markets.
1 company, are the best on I I gee prices
Wilson Green, would be like ccnparing : -
with friends at Lake Weir. E. Chace, :Mrs. G. C. Cn>m. Mrs.Howard
Phone 4H.V Booker Washington unh :" .
Clark and Mrs. S. PottEag-
I j "Father of His Country."
Mrs. Miller and Miss
R. McKean and Mrs Waldo, who bas made leton also helped
Mr. and Mrs. George a .
: b '
\ I
The \ rpetent -
.. their baby daughter returned home of a month's duration with friends at Williams at add-d their to reception the" pW-ure and of in f young teacher for may a low..r ;r:< :.-.. OUR MOTTO IS TO PLE0SE !

week's visit at Sara- her old home Lake is many ways
Saturday from a at Orange agair I' i ",".-h'vL! Prof Green is a \-r\ ':.g- ;
where they were the guests of at home in Jacksonville with hei the guests. I
sota. ;
Misses Lillian I "iut: t-d man and has many Y"'drJ
!j In the dining room f
Mrs. McKean's mother. daughter Mrs. Carl Van Deman.- SUtnl..rson.. experience in teaching school .i-d! --- ErL !!1r<
Anna Mixon. :
Jacksonville Metropolis.Rev. .
GratrHatchell t'orgutun m"r- au mt teafainsf -< i"
i Condon and i
of all denom-
of Ocala
The churches than these sr.rber kn..w.i .
1 mall ta- -- --- ---
: served the refreshments at i
J-. n.nsre given an excellent exposition '. ...' .. .
:: C. Carroll 'and Rev. F. C small i .le not kn.iw ctris the i -

in the Easter number of the Edwards went to Ounnellon Wednesday I bIt's. On each table was-small, a bouquet ih"rtatemem: ,.. ba I wou.d: wto ,' ,". .eiea.a..aa'T .
Her- :| bowl of pansies and a .
Ocala Banner.-DeLand Gospel afternoon. '\'Mr. Carroll will remain to : ,:athat they hj.vorne rr.; -. .
i I of these lovely dower: way gIven
ald. there for several days conductIng I Mrs. R S. Hall and feeling against Prof ijreen an': I .' -
a revival meeting. i ..irvit should be l 1.-[: to a V, .I'patr'i FAILS
'Mrs.: Mamie ::
Supt. W. D. earn and Mr. IsaacStevens I xerimply !';: and adar.d pup.'.- :

who have been in Tallahassee Miss Caro LJddon has returned borne I i[and The prettily serving decorated.table: was A 'arks clung i school! to d'-nd?. viz:: "\\il'r I
the convention of coun- : -
after an absence of vt.'ral't't'ks.. lace table cloth almost eorM the table Gr..n i-r thopr..r.t tea-'her -
returned ,
ty school supt.rindendent8 She spent several days with friends I and in the center: ,vai ",r...,.ted a : each here nest tenTha: Trent I
Saturday afternoon. '. To visit New Department -
teachersoud! nt geten. ': my
.. dome at Lakeland and then went to Wau- I minature may pole with an-colored I

chula where she visited her sister ribbons the end of each :;stream b<-- I t .
J Mr. Flagler has spent seventv-five Miss lola Liddon and later went tc held by a small doll. The pole i I, a1: ong many .tsars) ::1' v Store when you cometo

million dollars in developing the re- I ing I the tees did a bog fool tI !:- ::.. '.
which > ii
where she
Tampa : enjoyed a delightful placed on a large refl-vtur
I was We have been
this state and in attract- I ,. ii Ocala.
s< .:ryes of It. Having visit as the guest of Miss Luli I was covered with maiden hair ferns I th..y ;let Prof_ Green go, and .. -
ing visitors and settlers to i to get him badixt tern ::: : -

. if done this much the pen of criticism Mellon. I star and, overhead from which was glittered hanging many a silver little quire< the:: resignation of :h- p--", i opening up this week a big

gainst him should stop. I idea : board >f trusteesNOVV .
; The
q Attorney General William Ellis oi f colored incandescent light lot of -
I novelas I have nothing ara-: ------ =-
e Kennedy and her litute Tallahassee, was here Wednesday and of the dining room was ijuite" a !
Mrs. R. L ; teachers and wish :r- '_ -
are the guests was seen in consultation with Mr. H well as a very pretty one yojr.g .
.laughter, of Sarasota suooe..:,. and I would not hav- :- -
L. Anderson and it is presumed thai All those who braved the -laments
for a few days. ,.
lit Mrs. T. W. I Williams and Mrs.Miller's ; this piece: >f I had not ielt.! : : v NEW GOODS
discussing the suit aginsi and attended Miss
was formeryl Miss Emma they were .. .
ilrs. Kennedy .! amply repaid. ; tice to let the public know t"a- -
city, and her friends the A. C. L. railway. The attornej reception were
of this .
Smith statements were not the r. :
) ; to know that she is in the general ia in the enjoyment of robust.,as the reception was in every; way avery I
will be glad e'pie.Pr. ,
health and the duties of his office seem charming one. J
city. ; f Grt't'nJidmoret.b..l :'- -: -

., .. to agree with him wonderfully. I EkI1.\':..w school the eight %>-.;;"-
t. I Mr F. J. O'Hara the large turpentine I Mr. Tom H. Harris is now at i taught here than any other -\.-r h :. i M. ISHEL
famous by theJj Maj. J. K. Priest of Daisy, wa, t on the Texas frontier.
operator, made 'or any others ever will 'ml"-- : :-
him in the among the visitors to Ocala Wecta- I II

l'filh'd n.nage States cases district against, court was reg- day and he was feeling particularlj,I Mrs. Hannah S Rawls is Quite sick of, present I did teachers cot answer are this impro--.i in 'r...n .- ,- Visit fVJySc and Oc Store r

.: House Wednes- buoyant. He bas a large nock olsheep ; I having suffered a slight stroke .
the Ocala -. ,.
i-.r..d at week's Banner because Ina: -
of many : and says that sheep can stand a,I paralysis Monday night.
recipient '
iuv. He was the that some person more t.'aJ.t/- .-"
drought and a severe winter must
,',,ncratulations. .1 of St. Louis is answer it in my stead.
and his Eaton
better than cattle sheep are Mrs. G. }I.

and Messrs. O. now in excellent condition. They not i visiting her mother, Mrs. R. L. Martin Yours respectfully, .,- ,
Rev.Weston and Will Moore: who spentFriday : only furnish a large clipping of wool,, I at Lake Weir. t ,VI.",.:- :1,:' 'r-t-ry fco..i .1"' h.,r :1ac i Midshipmana Burford Detailed for

G. river near which brings good prices but increase ,Kisbes Mmnitr Gamsby Alir'ain Pa.;- Special
Ocblawaha buty
on the succeeded in landing. rapidly which enables him to ship a:I !llr. W. M. Ross, a former Ocala I, Miss Sarah McCreery the Card Club'sHsstess. tI :eur, Alice Bullock and Louise Scott.
ferry in Midshipman R. A. Burford, Jr ''f
sharpe's business; .
to market weekMr. citizen but who is BOW in beautiful silve'all
number every
especially I I The prizes were a
Al2 fish.; :Mr. .\tkisn"as I Jacksonville, is in the city and is a I The past week bas been a particuarly hat pin.. Miss Ma- this city, who is now on board the, oa -
/ with the lands h* saw (: bell a gold
pleased the drive betweenTcato I and Mrs. T7. :M. Date :Mr. and I i guest at the Ocala Hause. i. gay one in Ocala. There have 'I nie Taylor winning the former and tleship New Jersey, has recently b ea

V river and on He :laid: it is the Mrs. Chadwallader and Mr. and Mrs.. j been several large affairs as well as I f ];ttrs. E. T. Helvenston, the latter. The detailed for special) duties in the mW'*-

and the ferry.seen in Florida. Crocker, who came down from Gaines- In-is I! quite a fw smaller ones. Among the.!'core; cards were among the prettiest I ter of wireless menages He and ore:
land he bas the ladies'.1|
finest young
mailer parties was
ville Tuesday afternoon spent a very Ii ., j tree seen in Ocala being little handpainted other midshipman have been ordered
at Silver Springs and on' guest at the Ocala House. A great card dub meeting on Saturday afternoon arranged in pink and and
&Y, of Tarpon happy day girls, to become expert in tbe sending
ChaY1 ,
Mr John K. Confederate veterans turn with Miss Sarah McCreery. ,
ti, to Ocala Saturday the Ocklawaha river Wednesday. They number of l lue frocks. j receiving of wireless messages. a po-

Spring, was a visitor with our city. were accompanied on _the trip bj, their eyes in the direction of the captain I Miss McCreery makes her home After the games ice cream, cake and i I sition of much boccr.i .
and was delighted : : succession Meta Jewett and although !!
\ the gubernatorial with Miss
"sponger'lhe Mrs C. V. Miller, of this city. Then whenever ]lime mints were served. I

21 Mr Chaynay is the biggest and if it were carried a big lunch and spent th'. !, is mentioned. The state would i one of the newer members of the clubs I The baseball season in Ocala will i Tetter., Salt Rheum and Eczema.

( i!, in Umted States or funny Wialght > I entire day on the river. As all visitors II be honoring itself in honoring him. t one of the best liked members and (pen next week. i These are diseases which Chamberlain's -

not for appearing trite "spetn rr.:' always! are. this partY.0'1'0::' very much i icapi Ii And what a race he would run. He I club's meeting with her was Very en1.1vab Salve is especially valuable. It

( ay that though a \ .=:..d \\ !' 'hr braut;..., w..r.t''r' A.old make SOTVt tN- -jth",-rand:- !-, i| ;Jqaicfely allays the itching and smart-
sponPSher still the
a handling popular
'sponges, He IS when tie irl .-rV member of the dub We are and effects a cure. Price
he never rt+ for fcllfd: R'adt.T T.r sates look Uk.- tnir.vnt- Ne > -\ Sing soon\
>? and hips large quantities -- : ." pit1-. v .* "v-d. -, n. =,d.... 'he I-H' iber Ic'aJ! patterns. The Boston :?; rore. x '2" cents. For sate by all druggistsxifJ. :
If the
spocges to the


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I !i Hearst to Theodore Roosevelt." The kL ..... iJ

THE OCALA BANNER I IN THE MATTER OF MR. HEARST'''' and bonds aggregate $3.:61.: :36O'H. and AN OUTSIDE OPINION commentator owes a debt t'> justice Perry Seed* ? lr '--
sot an expert-
..693._; depositors.Life ?
artdivided among and to history. Three years may seema .''men t,bat with proper culU-V

We hav- burn led to believe that Mr. assurance companies have: assets ; Governor: Broward of Florida doesn't narrow span; in the philosophy of ration,they assure sncces
'i amounting" nearly JJ.5t)').i>00,0<>t}. To from the start. Users nave no
to misinformation Jones
FRANK HARRIS, Editor. William Randolph Hearst is a very > like for newspapers to give benighted Smith or plodding doubts at planting nor disap
sdt i owned by millions of policy-holders. and Governor Broward is that interval" accounts for untold pointmenU at harvest. Get ID
He prints two or more Genius
busy man
Ust P. V. Leavengood. Business Manager. [ Thus it would appear that nearly $50AiJO.UOO.OVv ,- however deliberately -
gn-at newspapers in the city of NewYork right. Few newspapers. cycles and innumerable tr-anolfl.rll.l-
I of the total wealth of this do so. That is one consolation I atlons. As Genius sees it, Roosevelt in :
; one or more in Chicago; one
; country is owned by fully 30 Pl"r'ent.. It is unfortunate that all newspapers ; incarnation of every human I Ifor
; I is tile
in :-;Francisco; one in Los Angeles; I 19"
t r, I | of its population. can't be honest but there is no and uplift that Hearer
a journal at St. Louis, and con- hope
Such statements as this of :Mr. Call absolutely perfect that the cult and
toge. tr..l- a.ii i directs several literary mag- profession sx represented in 1901. And biggest surest, best crop -
are too readily accepted by people gen- can't break in for
.. !',-- some dishonest person aigtit of innumerable centuries arconcentrated tall dealer Famous over
sic .zriv erally. When subjected to careful analysis bring shame to it. of John 5oyca-> 10O7 Seed Annual
.. all knfthat it is a matter of and occasionally in the message free on request.

u .nij.'i..-ilulit i: for Mr. Hearst or any ': they are invariably. disproved.It Governor Broward wants to punish Temple Graves. He has adumbrat-d 0. M. FERRY A. COMDetroit <
t is always best to take them with a deliberately .
newspaper.that astoundingand ,Mich.HUBERT
those of the two
.Miei' in- man, to revise all matter the perihelion
'd 1 grain of salt if means for investigation : and the Journal -
misinformation He flute beneath -
severalpublii spread orbits. can :m1it way into these majestic

e'n-; ,, are not a'ailabl.-Grit. and all decent newspapers. wit the eaves of either when 'tother ---- );(

f li ;i- -.ud that Mr. Hearst has been join with him in the wish and the effort dear charmer's away. Barring Hearst "ff..--t

-THE LIBERTYY OF THE PRESS"PUTTING but in doing: this the governor of out Roosevelt ,
ooa -insularly successful in the selection his poetic soul goes to .

I "r" the inn he has put in charge of \: THE GOVERNOR Florida should not be radical and attempt The one perplexity confronting us i> BY VI LEY. ;

thdel and He TO SHAME to muzzle a free press and free Hon. William Jennings Bryan's:' ;
magazines. the
hivpapers 1st dam 1)} Fit>,:a-'

___ I ha- b.t-n careful to put those who have speech. \\ see from one of our exchanges failure to respond with instant fen.or. Helmet by !Lexin;' tq. }

pro FRIDAY, APRIL 19 1907. j achieved the most successful reputation i j Governor Broward has done the HerI that in a recent message to to the Georgia statemen's overture. 1 A dark bay horse of good ,..p1 f

tat I in the field of literature and pays I aid the honor to send it a copy of his the Florida legislature Governor Brow- That circumstance inspires the apprehension i sand, action, combining the best (tot"

in.1 them the biggest prices of any newspaper : message to the legislature and to ask ard makes the statement that there of discord in freak circles. According i i tin! ; blood with the best thorou9 1

At sunri.-e every soul is- born a | publisher in the world. For instance I I his recommendations are good newspapers. which publish to all reason and logic, Mr. :i:bred.

shkl Burn the records of every day at night. he pays Mr. Brisbane, the edi- ; its views respecting accurate: information: harmful news- Bryan should have taken the Hon. I A sure foal getter, producing !bath i

vu > as to the enactment of criminal publish inaccurate isa-ldle and driving horses. As many
; ----- tor of the New York American, one papers, which innocently John Temple Graves opportune suggestion |
. ca editors for and bad of! his colts are good saddlers: aadj
law to punish false information:
Tampa is making a big fight against thousand dollars per week and all the newspaper or to his heaving breast.It. offered j'speedy drivers. j

asalcon] county division. other men in charge of his various '!publishing falsehoods designed to in- newspapers, which" wilfully publish him the opportunity of a (i} Terms of service, $3.00 per one ser:

publications very high salaries. He !: jure political candidates or public of- false information. dramatic and sublime renunciation.Why ([I rice or $7.00 with privilege of r*

the r tries to get the best. Without dissenting from his view, didn't he?-New York Sun. !I turning mare as often as is necessary 1I

n, g We wish that Editor Claude could Mr. Hearst has had an eye especially : : titt: >-hnldt' While this paper is duly but admitting the indictment we want within sixty days after first sertnr. I

bslte be big as well as bright and keen, to those who have had. in view the i,. sensitive of the honor shown it feels to protest against any measure look- SHIELD. a I,I or $10.00 to insure a colt to saaj

d 1 and cutting. "uplift" of the race, the purification of that its limitations prevent:: it from doing ing to the honest expression of an hon- |I and sack.

morals and the amelioration of unto- : full justice to the subject, as thati est newspaper on e"erpublic ques- Along the chance rail and on the altar I I BILLY REED ,
i "Alice in V;aeriand" is for what
passing 'In ward conditions. So it goes without tion. Do not punish the good stair.
'caljiher 5 toward fifty. It has been i I would involve, besides an expression words do not IrA
other ,
forty-two I In
the bad do. lilies give their frag-
saying that Mr. Hearst's heart is in The sweetest
six old 'J
since these | of views the publication of all that gray jack years brought
years but secure
were copy the right place It is rarely that we urge radical legislation rance to the air. from Kentucky last fall good bone rl
ons r : the governor said on the subject in his
righted. I find a man as rich as Mr. Hearst is message which could not be done in such needed legislation as will protect The deep toned organ swell. and very active. A proven foal getter; 1

willing to labor and spend his money honest men from slander and vituper- And vested choir in richest fullest producing colts good enough to be .
one issue of the and. if done,
C. i Representative Mathews has been along the lines that he has done.In i ation, and not turn loose the wickedin chord {shown at the fair in Lexington. K>.. t
would make such article thatonly
< b< referred to as the "bald-headed reformer all probability: Hearst never i! a lengthy public life to indulge in graft and Sings songs of praise unto the risen'last fall.
a few would read it.
has] from Marion."-Gainesville saw Mr. Richard Barr". This gentleman !' : rascality without fear of exposure.Montgomrey .- Billy Pied was by Baughmana !
The Herald must therefore
has Sun. I was evidently sent to Florida by '' proceed Ala.) Journal Lord.Each ringing anthem tells jack. 1st dam Edna, by big Poweil ;

merj the editor of the Cosmopolitan Magazine : on the presumption that everybody That from the dark and dismal prison jack: 2nd dam Parley, by Parana. :

e tt Judge Swayne admits to citizenshipa in pursuance of ilr. Hearst's well 1: has read the message and has FOR STATE PROHIBITION. Billy Reed is half brother to the Ball ;
observed that the governor demands the mule in Lincoln '
Ke jack best jack
Japanese against the protest of the known views for the humane purposeof The King of Kings and Lord of Lordsis .
j the enactment of drastic laws, not one Humphries county Ky.
immigration inspector. Score one for of Bradentown risen.
tto investigating our labor conditionsand i only, but several to punish those publishing Senator Terms of service, &:>jQi) per songl :

ountl Judge Swayne. prison camps and bettering the false statements or information is fathering a movement booking towards I service $10.00 per gerrice with pn J :::

mo.J latter if possible and found necessary. ;! about candidates officials; and public the adoption of a constitutional The nodding plumes on heads bowed Liege of return as often as is nece(;. j

The friends of Mr H. M. Flagler This purpose was not an ignoble one i i measures. The reader has observed down in prayer; !sary within sixty days after the first j

I shj will be pleased to learn that he is I had it been properly carried out; if amendment which would shut out The incense of sweet blossoms on the service. $15.l t) to insure a colt to ;
II i| too, that the governor is evidently provoked -
well on his way to recovery: from t facts and not fiction, had been written '! to make the recommendations the liquor traffic from the entire Quiet air, stand and suck.

I IK -2 quite a serious illness. I by the commissioned and Service money due for either horse
gentleman bthe
houlcar' r 'the does by feeling' that he and his associates state- The flashing gems gold; \
when first service is rendered.
Cosmopolitan Magazine for this errand The soft and silken rustle, the content (or jack >
.| I of the Internal Improvementi Now the Jeff Brown receptionat :
.: Mr Henry Watterson who supported 1 at i Except when bred to insure a
- the "Palmer and Buckner ticket" in Mr. Hearst would in all probability i I Board have suffered injustice and injury Key West this writer saw Senator j colt, then service fee is dne when _

ilm 1396 now says that no other democratic have been the subject of eulogy 1 at the bands of seven new'spaperst On every face for richest blessing j I colt meets requirements or when the ..

. : instead of censure and abuse. Humphries in powerful close proximity sent j is with bred to another ,:
on alternate is possible except | which he names, and "two or I mare parted or

M. Jl an in 1903. The political winds Br-I In the latter part of the eighteenth !1 three other small one* Observing to the artillery punch. There was On these within the foldAlt I horse or jack. 3-

ye.hasj.- blowing saonl in one direction. I century no man achieved a greater this it will naturally occur to the impartial an-at-peaee-with-all-the-world ex- these amidst the Easter lilies fragrant -I Lein will be retained on colt for 'i

i m' I and nobler reputation than did John I| reader of the lnes.agethat the pression on his benevolent countenance bloom I service fee. 1.(
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The dear little Monticello Howard the great prison reformer of governor's proposition. instigated by but whether the mere inhalation Dricare away and glorious light Mares will be kept on pasture at

constitu-I England. the victim of I I$3.0 per month. 1
Though censure -
drives out gloom.
m ft tion says that it was wicked personal resentment would gag the of punch through his temperate i This stock will make the present

to jar the Ocala Banner for its slip I in the beginning of his career he lone! hundred and fifty other newspa- nostrils caused this beatific expression i[season at Dungaman farm one aaj 1.

d ann. of the types. It wasn't wicked it was I lived to receive a vote of thanks from pen of the state simply; .>caus{' ten deponent sayeth not One fact But what .of those for whom nl \i[one half miles west of Orange take,

small; but it did not jar the Ocala i j parliament and the crown, and today may have sinned against him. This i i remains: The Honorable Joe. alone of blooming lilies fair {about two and one half miles soutnI 1

r, Banner for that issue of the Sun \\asj i every* hero the English language i i- to say the leas;. would not be fair to all the brilliant company, lost his hat! Shed richest fragarnce-on the Easter i iGod's !I west of Mclntosh.S i

of ( not sent to it. "Great is the Sun." i spoken: hi.- name is mentioned with applause ': the great majority. hose sincerity I Others may have lost their heads. but morning air II H. GAITSKILL. 4

th! A' and.ene..ltion.. Though making I i i and patriotism the governor professesto if so. the difference was not sufficiently poor. to whom content
I mistakes perhaps, it'as found I for shivr'-i j;3-Stf Mclntosh. Fai t
: Means but a crust a rag
\' lo John Temple Graves is determinedto recognize.: noticeable to attract attention I i __ l. .;' give a bill of sale of the democrat that his heart was always in the right 1:| Not that these righteous newspapersI But Senator; Humphries "shore ing forms, i j 1 I I If f Fine Brood Mares. !

party to Theodore Roosevelt John place and his work in reforming Eng- I I i wish to be given the privilege of libeling did" lose his lid!-Lakeland News.: In filth strewn tenement | -

con might quit-claim his interest in it but land's deplorable prisons is put downas i either public or private men. Souls seared by sin because God's holy i We have just gotten tn a car 1 loi i
the most humane in .
'wt]' -; we draw the line against; his going among but that they wish to be protected PORTO RICO HAS A NEW GOVER- word 'of the finest brood mares ever brougAi <

? at further. things were going wrong in the!t I from criminal prosecution for being NOR. As taught in yon great church is never I i the state, and to see them is to a-i- f

xIK' prison camps of Florida the Cosmo- j I misted or deceived into publishing incorrect heard. I! mire them. We will sell them at f

.\ ofy The democratic: party stands the assaults politan's editor knew enough; of Mr. allegations about men seeking Special to the Ocala Banner: very reasonable prices. Come and aaJ ,i iI

si =t from without, but it is those I Hearst to know that h* wanted this 'I public favor. For matter Washington. April 22.Regis Henri The children of the sweat-shop starv- I look them over at

i tieriood assaults from within that does it in- corrected and to this, end that no man :I i i how wise or careful they may be, are Post, of the Porto Rican government ing, shrunken-eyed! I MARION FARMS STABLES. (. I

jury.It would go further. !{! liable to be deceived by false informa- former secretary, took possession of Was't not for such as these the Gen I 1----s? Ocala. Fla.

is the torrid inconsiderate orators Mr. Barry, no doubt. was recommended :i Indeed tile Master died? -- --- -- :
tion. a large part of what
dm I of island Mr. F&rrrs and the I. I. Board. 'tl
the government that today asgovernor.
at not the press that ought to be to the Cosmopolitan as an admirable I 1 they publish is printed on information Have they no place and part? !I 1I I
-: I' Speaking of Mr. Farris bill to tad
"muzzled.: man for this work and that he'! by believed to be reliable, and Hopeless, soul-stan'ed. with blank I
hutheir persons
He is one of the youngest New the tenure of theL L board. the Tallahassee j
end of I i I
I caught on to the wrong thingswas :; sometimes, if not often the informants and tear-stained face.
prt'I Yorkers who entered Sun
have political says:
I Dr. Lincoln Hun '. the scholarly a misfortune but no fault of+1 are either mistaken; or they intentionally I Have they, in all this Easter pomp I .

ren' president: of Matson I'niversity. contributes those who sent him on his mission. !! deceive the editor. In' such cases life.Mr. and pride, no place? i Representative Farris suggest- a
I believein ( i Post is a descendant of that unique plan for getting rid of criticism -
th.lintiit an article: to the The Ocala Banner does not the editor should be permitted to justify Can there be contrite heart Ii
I TimN-en-1 I j Post; who was numbered among the but it cannot by any mean? boconslderel
: ion on theFreedom: of the doctrine: vicarious punish- ; himself by giving the source of Within the breast of one who 'midst
ment. It does not believe that the innocent I settlers: of Southampton Long Island economical
that the lilies kneels I
f| This distinguished man s-ay a his information and publishing a retraction -
ps of in 1 tit 0. He was born in Bellport. L. Get rid of criticism says Farnby
his "free: press" is the most important should suffer for the guilt I but the governor's propositions And for these little ones no touch of
g that't'r tub I.. January 2$. 1370. In 1891 he was a getting rid of the trust.
the wicked. It believes
i hit kvo guarantee of our constitution. Wehoje ) I do not contemplate any excuse feels? Ii Iipity I
should stand on its own bottom. Itbl"lit't's j graduate of Harvard University and Be rid of the stigma, says Farris.
to be able to reprint: in our columns or justification at all.
: t
y then studied law at the University of jby giving tho
''eabljKno this able document.Jlr i that every man should be responsible i j It is generally recognized as a part The perfumed flowers upon your cor- ,:: property away.
for his own acts and not for New York He early manifested an I Don't fight, says Farris. for you bejs
\{: I of the duty of the press to the peopleto sage white I
introduced It therefore, disagrees interest in the political affairs of Suf- I come soiled when yon do.
F..mktams has a the acts of others. -
them Would to children food i
Wt.r' warn against dangerous men mean ; tlt'e
bill in the senate entitled an act to with the legislature of Florida who folk county serving several years as a and i I We judge that the Sun don't want to
I and tnt'asures-rtwn may be pursuing and clothes lightEach I
avie provide for the: proper care, maintenance and does not believe that Mr. Wil- some swindling business or member the republican county com- diamind-studded ring i the board dissolved

rules I Hearst should be mittee. After serving a year in the
and protection inspection liam Randolph censured I
office for which unmarked btoil
seeking they are un- Upon your hand or I
for the regulation and control of county -' for the ins! of Mr. Richard Bar- fit"er the governor's recommendations New York assembly, he became audi- care. A Boom for Danbury Conn.

rrnaila and the of their tor of the Porto Rican government. He Supersensitive: people-thos.- nice t
! hi] : prisoners ry.Mr. carried out the press would be Would give a thousand children God's
done much for next became secretaryand now is people whose sence of modesty is
discharge, and the inspection of county Hearst has too i
: for such it
of its
in :1 robbed terrors men: fresh air.
jails which is one of the important the manumission of poverty, the abol- .vernor. shocked at the sight of undraprd armchairs
litori\ l would be disarmed and rendered incapable And richest roses bring
He is a personal friend of President and bare table legs ought to
measures before the legislature. ition of crime., the uplift of the unfortunate -
beerlIt of protecting the peopleI Back to thir sunken cheeks. You think
for this to be one of his Roosevelt. I flock in numbers to Danbury. Conn. at
-- - -- -- -- paper
routs' I I against deception and injury. The editor God ever hears
Editor Lambright. of the Tampa accusers.In once. They should establish it x.4
j would not take the risk of
wh.t.l goingI The empty prayers above the children's
News continues to be the recipientof I the memorable gubernatorial GRIEVING ABOUT GRAVES.The their Mecca. It seems a high .-<.h'*>l ;
I]'. j>a I to prison for being unable to prove in falling tears?
bouquets for his good work in campaign in New York last year Mr. building has recently been erected if
Jack I I court what he conscientiously charged -
having objectionable text books thrown Hearst showed to the world that he Hon. John Temple Graves, that Danbul'and some public spirited i.- I
C in his for the state itself
t del :; newspaper Loud ring the Easter bells; the sol- "
but out of the Tampa schools. If there I was a man in every sense of the word : often finds it difficult to convictthe thrice plumaged songbird of the south. emn anthen rises izen= donated copies of the old Ort

in in this since statutes, the "'Appolo Belvidere" and II'
use and in all preceding campaigns
ight are any i I guilty, and the undertaking would i j I has once more perched and swelled his Through nave and arch-the while theI
county in which the people of the jhe I has been a factor in politics he has. "Discus Thrower," and wanted these j
take be much harder for an impecuniousnewspaper throat and liberated such floods of child slave starves and dies
south are characterized as "white I done too much along party lines and. I' famous copies to adorn the Malts of 1 1I
tndI \ man. Within their glorious sounds.
: trash" we would like to know it.- fur party success for us to think of e', melody as must have made the nightingale I the new building. The committeemen ?
Jacjce. As the editor stands singlehanded -
I up Grim Death stalks 'round with misery
Lakeland Xl'w. I tering a clamor against him. ashamed. This occurred in dare very much disturbed at the unseemly f '
tit and alone to fight the battles: of thE t want and woe
We believe: his heart to be in th*. j appearance of these statute n.
last .
on 1 I people he should be given the largest t Chattanooga Wednesday.Mr To mark the path where Death walks I.
There are a number of gentlemenwith right place and that he is doing agreat I in their scant attire and their modestt'f t
th tlili possiblamount of liberty. The law Graves' warble has lost nothing sentry go.
gubernatorial bees buzzing work in arraying the public conscience -, (Iis shocked to the point ot t.h:.: '
!!| should protect rather than oppress since 1901 when he sang out to us of "The Lord is risen-Love abounds!" I .
about their bonnets, but the only i along reformatory lines, and 1 :! |I They have issued a soU-mii ,j.-: ;.
William R. Hearst his virtues
;! and his But thousands of his loved ones-of
avowed candidate thus far is T. A. against things which are e.U. that unless the pictures ar., p'-.i--.-. "
What if dozen should
1 a newspapers gift of leadership. He pipes and twitters such the Kingdom theyStarvv. I
Jennings of Pensacola. Mr. Jenningsseems In olden times vn all occasions an 1 : "draped" at a fixed time that tit-:>' .t. I 1. jibe
al o] ; abuse the privileges thet"njQy just as sweetly now. Ht smacks and within th.. shadow of His I '
: to have great strength in west old Athenian would constantly; pro i [ destroyed. The picture..\- ,
esda'oala.j> Should a lot of legal: pit-falls be du| his lyre with unabated mastery. Again church today.
Florida, besides a considerable following claim. "My voice: is still for war!" delighting! the eye.of artit.t .;'
' to entrap the rest that are honest an he smothers us with halcyon revela "-
in other sections, and will undoubtedly With the present: lights before it I thousand years just as try ar ,; J :y
'I j tion. From the epic to the sonnet from GILCH1ST WILL ENTER RACE FOR
be a prominent factor in the contest this paper &ee no good reason tc what is a proper drapOfiy for tli-'r r 1
there is need for additional
Finally no
Hot I any: the harsh war song to the epithala- GOVERNORSHIP. '
'luck a for the high office of governor.-. change its praise for abuse of th I laws to restrain or punish th mium, from the elecyt of the serenade. I j what is just now worrying tn- U'; t

I New York editor.So 1I
Lakeland News.And : bury people.
I Florida press. The libel law now or I he bounds with equal ease Time has j Popular Punta Gorda Citizen i is ButtonHoled I
following in the footsteps of th e I
I ; the statute books is ample: for the pro- not diminished nor use impaired his by Metropolis --
Mr. T. A. Jennings says thai: old Athenian it proclaims that it; i Reporter. (i Negroes in the Toils.
I lection of all citizens
CIeers newspaper infinite variety. He winds the horn .
if he becomes a candidate for governor voice is still for William Randolpt I I Five negroes, to-wit: William u.-
defamation indeed it
is too

; ample heroic from the. distant hills, and -
and"L" he will run as "the people's can Hearst' 'I 1 ell.1.. L. Whitton. Prince LampK. ".
for it places on the publisher th within ten winks of the very dullest General Albert W. Gilchrist
didate." That saying is becoming real I Chester Johnson and William H -nd-r- >
1M d burden of proving himself innocent- bedpost strums the light guitar and I estate agent pineapple farmer i.
thread worn and awful trite. Only tht: WHO OWNS THE COUNTRYAt grower son broke into the cooperage e-t.v
o.1t'lOrn" All criminals are presumed to be innocent shades the circumambient air with bachelor and all around
.j people vote and it would be the height until I good fel- lishment. conducted by Mr. E. H. il>: -
proved guilty; but undei love and adulation. There never was low who hails from Punta Gorda.
,0 tl1 of folly forany man aspiirng to this the recent meeting of the American Florida law if an editor is indicted fo r but John was in this city some nights ago and ?t- "
one Temple Graves, nor shall in the city
.t'.t. 1. ; today and on
office to say that he would run ir t being therefrom a quantity of tools Th-- ,
Association for the Advancement
,; m' libeL he is considered guilty until h e be till our summers are deceased. pressed by a Metropolis .
Theland '. opposition tt> the people. The peopltvoted of Science. Henry Laurens Call was s reporter as !j negroes were located at Tampa a: Jiv.ev
has established his innocence Thai t We do '
not share the rte entful opinion : to whether he would
enter the
for Broward because he mappedout J l C reported to have said that one pel ,I ought to be sufficient for G'overnoi I of those who would disparage the r.Ior gubernatorial i : brought back to Ocala Friday toy' !
r nev'r and forward a definite plat not replied: "Sure I 'Deputy i
put cent of the population of the country Sheriff A. J. Brigance.
Broward or else who has
anyone agrieanct'
, II Georgia In n"tr..1! beeau.hf has tntnshis am going t.. run.-Jarkanville Metropolis
pica form. He told exactly what te wa I owns ninety-nine per cent. of th against the pr.PuntaGorda l fared rapture fn>m William R. ;. Proper papers were sworn out bu'

Ztiy for and what he was against. wealth. To this statement the Xew Herald. I ,- against them and they will brr..- i

-- ---- York World takes exception, and apparently before Justice of the Peace 8. A. Bullock : -

R Even if the democratic party did its exception is sustained b) ooo o oooooo oooooooo this morning at nine o'clock. .
The Atlantic Coast Line rai!'.\ay b; .,
ftght nominate Roosevelt, it wouldn't be the the figures.
In receipt of twenty-five\\ s A
first fool thing it ever did. What The total wealth of this country is ig y How's This Bunch!
51 in point of equipment will U.on r The effect of Scott i
ran lright about old Horace Greeley?-Jacksonllle estimated at 3105,000.000,000. Emulsion on thin, & So Ginn & Co. and Heath & Co., a.I ...\
of the best roads in the south.e .
: part \' Floridian. farms alone are valued at over $20.- o pale children is magical. cCta X I cording to the Tallahassee Sun. are

gut t, Good old Horace Greeley gave thElast OflO.tWO.OOO. or _o per cent of the toe The American Press I the pure (?) people behind th" sta.,
print :< :'1'- It
.ill btgni and best years of his life to th tal wealth and these farms are divided ture of Mr. Eugene Mathw.i..-an' r makes them plump, rosy, active, happy. $ I I uniformity measure. Speaking f I

t ter\ice of the democratic party. His among 3.712.403 owners. The pal'I of the Florida house of ref.r ''>'-urttv.. It contain: Cod Liver Oil $ I '"trusts" what's the matter with :: s .
letter: accepting the democratic nom \'a.luf railroad stock is i5.U7.'H 'bunch0
w Lake
and editor of the StarkTe.r.r p". ..... City .
likestore ination was as patriotic an utteranc 030 and is divided among 327.S51; ]l __ :- Cy! er :,e. to make fat, blood and bone, !Nvp i '

r as was ever delivered by an American stockholders. According to the census I Ware gladthat President Ro-'.<'.- c so put together that it is easily digested 1\ David Bennett Hill don't s.wr'! .

. :1 citizen and for it if for nothing of 19-0). J.S5S. MOdd i id i.
were ir
I yell na> selected Mr. William H. Taf!, a bylittef..k.! count for much any more in the o _
, W <-l>e his m..morohout.1 be revered by manufactories owned by 70S.S23 cils
pro rathethan. Rot as his successors of his party; but we want fur-

thlst'Vh,) |11'1\' t'- -tr <. untry and e.-- pr:"t"-- an i fini. :: -'r?ber-. Saving : Anything anybody ..\\'- mean.) buiRoot. t *J f"f! ;c.O'5T5 : 50c. AND $1.00 i 11 r Il.Il.I come forth from his retirement an '

!- 'I -. bata dcJsits; ; "' .. .. .. .
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ec.a'y \
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uvrg:1g-s;; I }9 tti"'wJ..; "" .. 11 ':J.AA.AAA.A.A..A 44 I I r member of the party "g?t tog''th '
.yV JA j I and have an old fashioned! love :. .

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: 1 TaM xit1at L Wm. ':. :J,.... : AMERICA'S\ VETERAN ." -.!" :dr. H .:.r"at4 trrvr-rs :1 7'J

The Seal of Public Approval .:t:- huray art vaus: .- :# ;.... '::,,- P'prn "n". 'r34iy'IIISo i ;

'Hito!: ri ,-ouncii := ro bei anmrna- .. >" ?."-.-iiefit 3o nanan JB the four 1 !

.- for .ts icton :n navuig Lake Lil- EDITORS 1: .f .&e .nontn. Et reported the ttrtd 1

ii- ian v'leanedjHt. inaxetuuon of John Brown. at :t.a.l f

:Mn Martha Ii.n >urui,.:-s setitr. .. # ';,r.- btrvming acquainted with Colonel i
!lies neii., 'it rr." 'i"rn- .f her Sfnert S. L.ein .
lr'"I'Y. j je :->-s eomnumrf >fae
L.'t'r: itampe.i: 1;;)on Re
_' 1u.:; :.l .inbounded oomidence of the best pnysi.snea lliar: : iair: ;j''iicfl jrae r-'.ntn;, ,igo.Rev. .. . .. .. .. . . .. :vii car i:,ante :)fL Mr. lla. !tear %vniu.a 4 r

A. I: riimelie-id: gas mauie :o : service as atrr -?r"jo t
"'/: its prestige beyond question and which.r s:: ?raceCal, 9ft)1.f T;!,.. ::, ..1 1i.o'.l--1: :r...H... .1.r.1g t
Yo. :: i arwicn his -"!?iuarcrmwn >n ui-ount. h r leids.: retomtng to 'Tir.otnnau: i

:: LIS :i beneficial home be'Tp rage.i .t" ,' asi lrlg: A .insjenn ; !ilntr$. vW rust '-"--ru.1:: .r-: .\.m--r-.J..s rakrcharge- .)f ais :JQ.p.ann rne r

E '(t re.bin3 i>a ABfam soun_ ''J..r.-- i. ..t htMIIiv. civil war closed. f

y y 1 v ATGER.THE : .:k- I' ,r-j.iurnu.i. The- great He was kith E nnce aismart a I
--- H-- LSiitf__ 'ctpe ">! :usspenrfU. :s !better understood the Franco-Pmseaan *arnth Wr-yS-r i

> EDICT: OF ThE SEX when it >s remembered that \ 2 a the Cuban revolution jest "before imenean
Look for the Red Rock Crown on .
I wt: v s> aobtains. atased :oit .n the- ;-n-pis gantry at ate \ intervejiiitm. and 'V1tl '

It is your only protection Two thousand j-i ars nad passed since Washington by the ide ';r Horace *nerai Merrttt in the Philippine !I:- t

'hnst Ira> nora.lUddeniy !iretiey. and nat h* rcportea the Srst -----urrpt-non. He has:: attended ana 'Po- .. .

When there rte :a mightyiost : Inaugural .}Aorahara L.ncoin n: >rhe ported every aatiocaa .x.nv tion. :1UlL e t
: Associated PTMS. Mr. W"Ul'nOR :.5SIXIY the ::::;C'" ",.' :.... .If to a ,e trai goal -$ anjid.. with tbt.o 1 .
womenepmg ., Va1 y- just the: age ofais exception :at"h:
---J- -- -- -J. A_ Aa many sweep: on :o "tks aisangmshea i pre-aeet--w 'J: :org 'TUtic convention at at. L.-UIS. x-i"a t:

They: camrrom InoL'ntainSvallry9.. :, D. Prenuetr.: -rnrfi tus career -nded in Mr. Parker was nominate Of an artns 1i

and rom coasts. death. In :nn n'.>nai address to ;the: nature: and decided jpin:')rs. .- i

And from xu .ands, a.i ;!tLns. and an general assemoiv Mr. Wattsrson thus *he Haistead of the editorial pae sls .
j Manufactured &y THE REO :1OCK c OMPa.NV jacxsenv e. ='or'aa.AfiE .. t
i ranker..SpraKing : .t.'hl: :u :ne l<"iatiuesntpnth the far front beng a ooiorie s writer. 1<-

-" -- I nl : jagr:..jitout thinking :';::'::::O1;,; Lirntlli.iY utor :\ vj>.. pjat'tr ---- .- f

a t : t a- a >ne. ;- .ti L :.> ill:
Ana that nr AE tid.2t Peace.L. 'Y'.tu Till :) rticveTJC- --uc..ri't.-!: I E
% a MACMYi '
a '''!l yea paraDaraiang: nf T(
a : .,.r-! they < ci. LAnd -:mail .:pon ?araday. TUW 'lg r':;y I Guilty in United.States: Caurt.

t-.sntwaj- _.? "::tr*- -lience u-n ::Jld :tir :.umwr ,f brtng ?n>nth'-'- ->h'- -
CR. a M. -I
"arIL '--,,r ;omparF4 \'"!l :ht- ::tJaJr >t
i FURNITURE DEALERSWE a Er e5.ghr 5 pt? 'di-t.; -I i it 3pecial to the Ocala Banner
'qr !l..r..rP stage v::n Tender and la\-ng been Prent.'s fnen at James Gordon Bennett owner >ihe
rpnse-. nantl.-' is a burdt-c mall nesvr: j.r1 *-- i"i
U----l.'I mighty raters )t the 1 :end :o oarrrN"twt i tand sis :mtrot : New "&) Herato. -lPp"'ared.tkfe'
.\. RRY E v E3vTaIN'1: .N r =: :.. .4E o FHouse m .
Judge Hough: : tnenminal
t .rto.! statement that :!O 'wid not pretend: oroacnf 'b.

Parlor Suits And heur! :n.,.. -atct .)f ail womankind: I' to wear the mantie >f Prentice.: W the United Statt ,rcait court a j

, Furnishings : fyN f tjinc hnst hI:; rsew cjmmanoment terson has wan an soitor. !.IASnsured Xenr York last wv.,-k and was IT _i .

, Rugs. Art Squares and Mattings. in l. athel". '; sea and flesi? ; ...1..... j .. .. r. :?av"' tas-n. : more promirieiKty ;in nationalpolities. fc::.<.Nrt >a the_ chare ytmails using 'do "l

'- .. _- Lave one another full two thousand and :bas oe in heard ;}y a :"or '!-e circuiat...>a of tmym >'r 1

Bed Room Suits Dining Ream Suits )... yvars Aider audience as j. eciurer. reading Trailer.At ] ,

In Mahogany, Siren. 3iraseye: of ail k"ds-Mor.ogany ani Oaic .-- ft',j .- -. :L t }aaed i wa:.. yet earth :s red a vAs theime the Herald corpora:: /a i'

:r : -., :; ",';th bioGtL a contemporrav .)t Murat )Saistead. TOSintti: an additioBai $5.i &+>. .n2
Maple and Oak. *
i, Cinna one Lrccker/ ;:-::: ----. '---- -=- /.-.- --. ,- .- "' -rr)nz male !"nittrs4 the. world Jlr. Waterser. 'tee.tme ..1.:1n: arty iL liQara the advertisingna-

.wIission Furniture 01'', :aim politics in 1872. ana rwiween that :1ID>eoUld :t.gff.aa fined n. 8I .
tine-t.. inner Sets 1l':1
i Complete ..
1 ; f.j( ... _- ".. ne5-. Sheu we as-K: that war 1892 no demotraae piatfonn gas These tees aggregating J31.'k$> ZT--W .
In alt the different finIshes I Oat: pie; =:s !'c-r: L f the of Hera. '
..1 .'ea..i": written Without his aid and UEarrl3e Tnt >> publicxtloB the : irtiiumn ,'

ow' .. era ',hi: ;,J'.r Tfi1.ak swimea .}f the presided over :ae convention ;hat nominated Tfldea end was prominent The affidavIts oa which the war!"..;t3

?-. ,v ;jrn :he'.r strength. and say thai as a leader and piattonn framer anal .>f arrest for the Herald men 'v.v3- '

S ax .varnail *nd. the eoarenuoa 'jf :.8K -artiieh tom med was sworn to by Waiter 3 M.t.-- :

,, All Kinds of Eed and Table Linens, Lacs C:::'"..lir.s. Fcrtiers H ar. -ht":. ur diet: Never from this :sated William JV-nmags aryan upon er. a postoffice inspector He red .:

J and Uphcisrerin Goods a MV : A frpe silver ptaiforrn. and called: forth: a aumner rf "per aals" in the H-r-

. .t. I :na.-= .:i.-.:a..:: ) rret- vii: .:ny on the rust of t rttvarnor. from fro Waitersun.J n :n ,switzer- i aid of July 15. a copy of which lad

Heaters Ranges Cook StovesFull "1tnrr s We have sworn the land. die famous -rfegram TIO compromise been sent by the Herald L'omr y
Jig \-:0 :i: 7"* Karrs ::U..
'Jatn.Ud with disnonor." a aieasa ,.1 through the !aaaiL to the ']Lam; a
.. Lint nf Lproiare Picture. *fraint and .anfraraft. :ana Pi;,:- Satisrac'ioa zraraatee-i or p '' .
*'ill go barren to the waiting tomb that cocSnaed Mr. W. N. Haiden. owner Towing company; a mythical *)nt ;
rurn Moulding*. Fail Mots of -monev refuouea. Rather "han reetlirons sons, at wars ->f the Couner-Journai. in his determination -. which held postofSce box 484.

s a !behest to oppose Bryan. Later.. The ones ware imposed atti'r'j.t ;

firm and Turpentlna Wagons Buggies, Harness and Saddles OPTICAL PARLORS. "r inns *ar, ,raugaters into life. to the Coaner-Journai -spoused the came'I(
I and 4 Gary Building Oeaia. ;Thar'he .'I Palmer and Bu .kn"' dtctments charging employment )T 'is
Eicluaive .. the best ar.hhe Sti1det>ake .
ala 01 -va;oii on :
a a -r.un.. .u travail: !bui Unlike Prenne-. -TOO a.vvrag-a Sf- United States mails for improper .r-
And carry the very best line: or HIn tirade 3u ;giss indBuilding 'irr a.,' .
F'onda.' war.Ace' teen hours -if i day up :o tin, poses.

ft K s x a a x t S :et the- race -.r.eJut for :ACK ')f time >f !ins last ilErt-?. ilr. W.Utt"30fIis l : ;Mr Bennett's appearance
Itilbe8: not a drudge. H,- Wl'l""n .> ,. York was unheralded and unespeetetr.

Brick Lim Cement, Plaster.Hair. Better r raee-saicme than milers wars!: spirit moves i.:::. iad never :'i gnts; He came from Havana where : :3

Lath Shindies.Flintkote and) i, Better a ail t.r.->na than noisex f' spaces':: Sometimes: 'Nnt'Wi\. a. undefstood he left his yacht tr.l\-tl;

WEEKLY .;u.nslId week. ::;Dmt-tta i 'r.-et" :imt'i. "U::. :o town by rail from Tampa.

Material I Roofing, Oils I .\ oiasn ,>! armieti"L. tunesVrrr b.r. !i: never.V.R ,n I Before imposing the fines ;'l.l.,

.. White Lead Varnishes. Etc. "u? -jujic-:. .- .t-.r austnir.g a :r1,=, Htrugtt said that fro Bennett aid iihL

.>n:; we asked for peace: nature "f romll.t.. Puagn ,rt UJ I :> rlin roMtioB come ;from Pans ':)
W.ul l Plpt'f.: Alabastint and ilagnite Wail Paints.
COURIERJOURNL ', And on you pronusett-but to righ a. -ubjevba: ,,:r 'sts !iim .:r "U l mead ;unity to an offense whicr. s3s

:: '1 ail and '4i v* :ui i tnai. S We will nor ae undersold and an.ilPaints: ;)l '3. e again.At ,vork ;like 1 T-'i; ;..:.r:: asjug .ulE, act -xt:".,datable snider the 'XlSt:::ge

Last V'Hi Gad as. war :most ever o? iikes. Then r.cff: for i ..._ :u. rreartweea! the United 5t...: s

: : Mclver & 'Mackay.if While :men :wasted laughing at .)ui. our.:: )r ,juiedv?r.: it :nia :..::cnonie. :=1 ,lUll ,':-:;..'.-. aad: cons7Ikrat'n :

hlYa until 1.unniaif ,vrnews .: vas anc:cr'i to same th

.J A.N'D :.' .r the i armament *f all mankind column.-. _. .;ht ">v ",m-'j r : -: iani," -f the '.._."..:-'". .-.-.

Thr-r. :n .>ur stilts darnednett a :T.aF 'i!! that i-aiis :or in ,- r !}!'11ailiil'd: i,. :..:.:" ." Mr. ' was msfe *.-:- -

.1"1n'-; .tie C'urtrr-J: trt.., :& .1'--.I. ;'r.\'_ -1. -h- ':,i L'ontI..t,r.,!. he THE OCALA EANNEH
?r pc-a.ce narth.. a* 'isrnts the slurs i i .legea r'tarit\'ttr. ::.-. gurs: '.J Z :":'dt a :: h" tn-!":.-mg 'nar.arf :h... Hriitl : !-

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a: time :Chid he: ;.artr: i rt't.ll"1.t: :':. ft j.r.i : to jarr' t.ts >

Lif(siL.Ta/ With -ome sreat t'mLaggrdttOt and 11 f"""b likeI:- \ .-*Ka ',r ijniisvorK i f] Duiidit: i:. Anyf. -- tai 'i>

i BOTH ONE YEAHFOR I : :;'prPaaa '. ar=- -i-- '... r- 'T -scnb-'i "h::..: .0:i :r.:sn: :-i, t')rnm."._,...< : js h': -
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I : S. ,!'P.lPAID: ,;: ,:. : 't }15 0 Taul ill ;->rrn :h ugnt as with >>n tie about :h- '-> : ..nJ:" ': '::.- '.l. 3t: i- :'-r the ri--nid corpnt:: :: .
; ) -r., )71J- -. I',:;."., .,>....I\ ONLY nerd per and ar-: ,. Mr :V"r""I L -n- ;--2.. ..;as :tot -.. fiorgivin ?L
I .. _l' --c... ,:" -alJ:1.J.had .-tunsaed : 7r.-t:
; ::4 .r _J ; "aa Pesidentiai electon Is; Anapokr u with <1n'f'ltl:': and aG: Vr 'ioea not. "f .-'urnitit'r -.u-r. : o

i .... 1 ; ,: 1. ; .&{ --* ;JQrJ: ,IJ changed t>..nol.. : vision .>{ thf ,iw= )iumns. ju; cf .Jt ,t-<. ::. ,r _Di aorver'.jexBeats! .on? :Tt -
,, jnaci1ne.TIin'3: oar
't-- -.7. 1 ;.of ,,
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n -"rusading Syndicate ,)J wtid- :h- :agi. -l.rCr1'.t Iv.- .1 :.r .rv..l fih.r Trite had l..1=--< a
t q QT'' 3": qr ._(j- Q'rte A -" J34 t .. I' $ A o That K-rat..s and all. oas Mr.:always Waitersoa Seeu.5 a:a Demoat. Dea- sretti Ppacer"lhng :. know roach ,ua -\ -...,. one ..t' "',lar'.*_ ,ii1 -.

1'- reghw Henry;*'" -tlJ- jcrmngnr- *T..-D:> Ti- .n 'ectionabiezetl perWIil" :.elr
't ;oil "pa'i'tth ->supreme
.9kJt; % 4i ."" ,lSI: /1 aerer a Repnolicaa. Essential -
16' -::?' 1 : .ip" (>f :fa,- -: 'ur- -- ;.urniiL Ti 'v. ct2'iitr as "a stench IB 'h.7: -
3erenees of the Democrats
ont way
t -- { ',' t.i ._\. >'LCTt .., \Cord thai wa.Disarm .: oographical :.:on..C..> 'li".'mty ita. :k'" -:'.'".r""AI:: Thea he tmpos-i 'ha3I
1 T '1.r .:! oKber. T&e Come 'ibvca :-. ) oien. y'ur
.:t ( ir-- ;euig ;
P: ..::. t < ;.,-:. -.. %.1 .. '... I . -. Journal doing the' ,mallad: paper stoat: '*- i. .p ., is o support
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'I:0.. '-- .. .. .ad..1'1 bare the world. -ana wewill giv.e as the quadty tr-i ;nteniy: .fHiitonai : > 3--->*r and Mr Glttun n .tie
.. .tMl f D .o.ivt. And here you it. ,.' sr'-"'iv ": United States Marsnai ::1r'n1 -
: 'Oiuir.n.i the :OIV y -irwne >!r -
\ aonb
i l : ; :i :i"zu :your Orders or :hL .:ombina'n you .. their 'a'v-':rs
p;; .ioeji : th- WdtitrStlaw panted by > *
I 1 I1 I\ I Lf Sons to ix>nst iet. and daughters ii:*) 1vt vJIT" :;
t : pMb'tU1'! i I :. 'o \'ia-aor :o :ht> Courier-Jour era atfore Urated 3tat... ",mat -
i;: r:; :; \l ;;J adorn pensne: *:.t.he: :tit= : .t
3s .' p' i .. Tie i- ?mar [once Jhe WeekijrounerJouniai ,
y ? the .T 3ht" l b. There th'e
i earth wiiere t
I 1 '' S\ 'I\ .. > lion: .s Jl i :"ear.3ELL :: A ot-auufui new ,. H..a..ti empioyee wn, ro-
-::."iit. .s\ $ J 200 I _,, shall be -ty ,t. >!. V...;, r-ea aa '}h.o .:.nn-.i: !io n".1
2s' mil f tells ana --rnv
:3 ewer and liner people opulence -lirr n.:.iiujprJbti,r 'roe ::-.:- wi- UHa; large >

I 1'f VfEW' ITEMS.; And opportunity and peace for atLL'nul wroter. ..r'.om..- .:::.- ) p '(i rom it ax qf the S5fW i---aa-

sip d .. nation md oat of the n.*. These
you promise: peace zw Ntr; :"1. -:: utai c t :; fe
'" .reed to the commU sion.:r
o ear
a.hat .Jr. \ .l:5uilh' ,, were
3t't'tal tor. ')Gala i3annr: birth-
It is romorea that Mrs. John Browron ] Shall sound asr...n apon the aging --i 'f 71u..: .- .- at ::i".0 ,.jI ana -xcefR for certain formaiitn
I CHAS BLUM & COMPANY ..... .rf the Cntte States pv rs
-e ase
:,. ." .n 'c i :aSe xtensive :ni I .-arth. : i .t 'r --n::!;;; : i
-_rf aiast Bewsett and .jiS'rASKS > ao
leai2 nh[{>\ ,h New ')taint. into :ht: Wtvan wvur .::"W. !". _, tt -= ,:- pOKrf' rat :-.:.ti ': a

'.:: r h:1 .\'K Ise ::1 .:! i." .
F'a.: Indian r-mtorv. :hrough Oklanam:J :
Jacksonville and mirth '<> :h.. Paeifiv ooasi. *rher'if' ; V.i_t ;T.esv: >rid .::ic:1 _=- ":1 'H.rc-i!.,, :"'-elr'.o:- 1.:.,i' HAU A MILUON. -'

J. JIf j p T1 :': ....aiaeAV \\"1d"n, L'I'l. :Mrir.ap. W.--<" :J.t"d'C"l ::;,Y I 1 -.

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: .. .. :.rtut.. '1".1" "alerts. _.w,::1"d...-\aft! Turtle ,:. r. :;"u "t.: _".. !" .: 4n'M.-: -; -
QCALA'S BIG MAIL A Story.Thr. .. .;, ,' .. t ,'. ',r- 1t
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1.4',1 .L..t ::--' jt '-\'tr. ?: t. ?>'-tersnurgrr' 1 ,: -aKt"f :71.i tea::rtay :)'; .- -a""r: ..'".. t_ 5-r: : ::.. :i ans ,tT "it,<:" ->-
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> jilt he .>-"rv.- ; .anav .::5'ht 'karrs: .'ni-->!:. >r :s r T.. ',.. -- '!:i!" :', '". ', i' -<) :;, 'C;J :: : : .
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t md \.- A:11 .h.'Jffir you aUti:l. ir nO-t-r- vrgri-d. 1. "- : t"L; : : .
t- .. .. rids: : .iara ,"n 'ht rUt:;Idt. pounds oiriii "vs.ourcv- -'laD.' '::: ::- "tlt"-..!:: .." t n? -- from k- :: ': artt
Having purchased the saloon .. ._ -' \---i --an ., .: '::-
romieriy :
Ht-nr -
property The !hotel boom :ng 1t !be iead. aui o-onosnr 'hRival ?i.. -v. \

"it.* operated bvV.. J. McGrath and made many :improvements .. thereire en 'mea iiOAt--and :se Senator : X "asideo.iwnr ')r3arra -n r .U"d'"'' '\ ::..;:-, .,r lkr-:<. i .- ,._ ,;- pn.i .
.. .. .. -T'-.- dart : -- ? ! :
. I .. town .a apt :0 set wine Jug :'1a.lS- .-outa.nvn: ? rtir! :limb-: :tn-. 'l1lry -U!>: -- 'r ..' be in ,\ 5' Mr i;
# oa same, am now prepared to handle ,1.,1"l"nman' ::: lEo--l-: rdI .....;)
:all dt" tic .;0 ihmugh :hat will prov* iarpd ant -.'ur.c-i -\vDickinson. l',LX.r..l!"; .t ;'-. .". '- : *s 1H vrrr.,;F. "
:: : mail orders with the facility. The : : .,:1,.,.. ... .$ :4';: ,' I ?
: greatest large variety that Bdlr>ievir .s ._>n "hf -wiui wits .:lt >':-I S.U.T '.. .'-.- ):.. T.tttrr'. :: -., -.l ot P'wt' -. 11 I i!' ; .
: of brands Whiskies wines: Beers : de- .. .. -..,, .. Xl: [ H" ir*" "nIl :i: .:Jty "' -
Etc.. now :Irs Tyier w jsiponeti her : :cCn:: -ff v].. '.:: .1--!", :: ; ,1--1 :": "Uon..y .. .
s .. -. i-feat 3- : s
carried till )arturpfor home ca some future date. .. ... ,.... ,l-- '1'L .::- t ;.:.l -- -.;- .aa :barr, :-LT; :: -:
enables me to the order of ,) : : !nHy.- :::
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L everyone .- -.. T"; .. ;:, "t --x '- ,- repute:: _-. .riaa
ifc W. H. aryant \ne af the !aces -A. .Y.: n. -i-
'' .. short notice. The premises :Ire now ratted especially ;.---r .d .*''." 'tidy "! -,
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; up -+nthUSl
: for this Mass: of the business :and your orders will : :h." is iowlang :::or +ub) criptlora <:)USlder odrrs. :10'i''. H- iivstins :.* -lesiocrac r -
-!,::. .dnlna tta :f trpcf'ssar'd .
1 od = :r) : i 4r.nn :: -'- sraDtr a'r; (
[ ill
pauervtth ; : RESULTS
to i te-mperante :
: be filled the day the ire received and .
: shippedon .. ,. hrtr plans. The ','-. '
,' iL 'N Oftr-THIHC SESSION ; :: !. ';1:1':.. ?::- s; ; ,111 :1-- : -
the first train. In order mcinde :; ; : -- to 'Jiit already at "' -r/
: your next : ]1it.. '. "..Ilianint- >i :ti bet"i h- -. .. ,i 1 -:-:" !: :. Va N. '" :
1 .. .. ,' aid tJlli and ---y'= :>
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: :a
'lia sold ai- i.O: ::. ;::'T;< '; \:: E' :y
.. .. :'itibess > this town ,wntrd )i :pion gorse : "
what _i>.. : '''- ::. .e- sOfl =7"' '
riogan s XXXX Rye : tarm. the id Billy Ma or. ->!:.ue.: ) *o Bills introduced senate. who will is veicome- : ap .iv
: .
3 ofsecs the _t r: Hearst fur: wr speeifir- '
: Mr. Cantnc :Mr. V :1.1! :::a -sear: .':' Silts jim: > Ki*::.-aL aoase.. fat? a -jears :n he tutorial coionnts -
:3anforli t.- -" ":: .ila r a ':.urirr-J,.ur- l. !nut the TanNo ,gyC ;: ,,-3use 0* iCEOB 3B article IB 'tT 3
:a move :J ) Bills passed. 7.gic .
( Best Goods the Market "
f : The on : ;; ,Ise wherean Se aiteges. the T::;:-- 3
'h3For :. t 1.t slat :Pit'aprr .
urn .vll -.r OiI'l,1 a .>f these local bdls. : :- a
) :ntc' ,-.' -:.:- ,. ';"'; T.a ;' =-1.-",' '.V"n that: in ltfiIr; : Hrr5t: raaur ; 0 -i
il\" )nt" Bills to be acted upoA. %
; : C. Odei tor -',HTrepabfican =.' ge
with Ben nnR -
I G. D. HOGAN3OcahT : : '1TrW Ana :3H re coming. aS -w ,. --
: : Mr. Jsrr ''anth n oa> tot is a.oying -not j i the great -dit)1's ,

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Florida. "" 'I _'rSlaughter :lnro -i "sauon .n the to ; )darn.
: -nonths. hb. :r.t :j. :r.r --
(: : arables It c::. a
.......:r. -,.-_.r. Florida rvpettieaa oifteers. !mid._ *..:Ir- rr::r tile cml war had :A Mr. Heat; :&ya
.I .... anerieace than '" ., ; wider ass of ;
f.l Pfend .
!!let : :: : :;: who hold *e ;alit cs at L: hm wi .
feaeed. bo'v.-t;:: hands ba'rede- : Harit Haistcad whe new iive3 in re!. wee smeafel te cters
ouiit. hoilow jf heir
t a the :
.. : Oldest House in Central Florid Hsrrtit : d:5Oef1l
WljisHey a., rats r&fv hay- ..1t.:1Qr'I"d1 U3biEJ..1ir a ':de-i :o '1I..p nto the raft hand oIf'3,- orement:: it CcciHiEHi. 3n make :10 :or.t
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i' SHORT STORIES. I Ir OPEN Enact a law that will in all cases in j jJacksonville : TO THE NEWSPAPERS. I -

-- I courts of law and chancery in this' I Fla., April 19, 190. j I I Notice i is hereby given. that un t'Fla... 1907.
Iftr fir ji't'ttd ftjO mile canal In Florij I j J Special to the Ocala Banner: state a reasonable attorney's fee shall Mr. Frank Harris. Ocala, Fla.: Tallaha \ and by virtue of a certain final &cr.'nterrd e

.- 4a would convert trJ: OO acres O IfIlwamI' j! New York, April :24.! -The annual be taxed in the cost and entered in Dear Mr. Harris:-Feeling that :you.; Hon. Frank Harris ncala. Fla.j to by th- Honorable. S Eul-

Into fertile land. I J Fn.ert Loan Exhibition at the CniI j I Dear ir-I: herewith ,
j the judgment or decree to be paid ] : lock, Judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit -

A company has been formed in Can I verity Settlement closes today. Many by the party losing the case. are always glad to publish anything I I you a copy of my message, that you of Florida in and for Mai'ionCounty

: ada for the of distinguished artists loaned pictures good about Florida and naturally: may have before you my subjects and I I in in
express puriiose cosutroeting -i Such a law would have a two-fold I Chancery, a vrtan

: : a canal between Montreal besides numerous private parties. The effect. more especially so, when the good my treatment of them as fully as I I :: ease therein pending wherein K F J.

and St John's. exhibition was given under, thejoint First-It would place the poor litigant -I things pertain to your own country.I I had time and thought it proper in ai I|I Schilmann and E A. F. Bene, copartners '

auspices'of the \Vomtn.suxiliary document of.this Kind. I do this that ; doing business und.'r the firm
On a def-olate hilltop In Yorkshire with the rich- !
on equal footing
am sending a ofa letter I of Schumann & Bene .
you copy name ;
the complainants
not be confined to synopsis -
and the Art Club for Women. The exhibition you may
near Brough, i if' the Tan Hill inn the in the for law- I
est corporation state, i vs. William .'i. Ross and AJl! ,'
written by Mr., W. R. Goodwin, editor of the several subjects furnished I I
1. Wgteet) in England. This! house Is 1,727 was a great .success. yers would carry his meritoriouscause W. Ross. his wif. Charles S. Cul-n! ,

; feet above i.ea le\eL to the courts of last resort. antI vice-president of the Breeder's the press. | as Trustee, and A. B. Kibler and D. ftI f ,
I notice that several of the news- B. Kibler, doing business under the
:. The present house of representatives I ,Thy and What For? econd-It: would discourage frivolous Gazette,, published in Chicago, Ill.. to are opposed; to the recommendations I firm name and style of Kibler Brothers \j 1

consists of 286 ctembers. Tbe basis of Let us admit that Senator Beard and malicious litigation for Mr. J. W. White, general industrial papers the subject ofI defendants that the undersignj
made on
I by me
: *presentation is one member of tb speech on the abrogation of the fifteenth even the most spiteful would hesitateto I I ed Special Master appointed by said
agent of our system with the hope the assumed licenses: of writers on court to execute said final decree will
lower bou*>e to every 104.182! persons. amendment to the constitutionof bring annoying suits against a.. I
: that you may deem it of sufficient importance -I newspapers: and managers of newspapers on C
The time for the man's the United States was a great pre- man when the probability of having
poor automobile Monday the 3rd day of June
A. D.
: to give it publication through I| and newspaper'bureaus who pub- ,
bas evidently not arrived yet Tte duction. bt-cause it was; that it showed to pay his opponents lawyer's fee i 1907,
the columns of the Banner. In mt either in their
lish false statements,
iowfgt priced car In the recent New great research bf-cause it did; that: stared him in the face. I s-I'I during the legal hours of sale, in front
timation it is not often that we get | own interest or in the interest of tho'ewhllm t0f the courthouse door in Ocala, :Mar-
York show was a ruuabout for $3.;; I it was eloquently delivered, because all I Let such a law be enacted and I t
such well written eulogies from the employ them which statementsthey ion County, Florida. at public outci jf.
and not a very practical one either, i j I who listened to it were impressed with thousands will rise up to call the II !I will sell to the highest and best biu-" '
pen of such men as Mr. GtlQdwin.I know to be false and will resultin
though for JuOO; wa shown a four cylInder !I i its profound exclamations, interroga- present legislature blessed. der for cash the following described
Hoping that you and yours are enjoying harm to the public or to candidates I
tions I and climaxes and were charmed I deaL. property mentioned and described
runabout that Is a real one. j Glive the poor man a quare' in
I cadences and I I good health and with regardsI and public officials. I notice that the said final decree, as follows, to-
its exquisite
with happy News.
: Big game in the Yellowstone i I Jasper
Nationj j wit
am, Yours :
truly ,
''rhetoric. what does it very some newspapers and I name one
: al park is on the Increase, hut Is de- ,: But after all, I HENRY CURTIS, I and In Citrus' County, State of Florida
Jacksonville .Metropolis an-
:- erwasing In the Yoeemltc park, accordIng ': amount to? Why waste so mucltime L Will Search for Ancient Relics. I to-wit:
Assistant General Industrial Agent. I another the Jacksonville Times-IJU-
The northwest
to the report of the superintend and energy and mid-night oil- Prof. Ernest Sellin at the head of quarter of southt-ast
United States will Chicago. IlL, March 26. 1907. I ion seem: to think that newspaper] quarter of section twenty-one, township -
The of the
1' ents. Elk and antelope In the Yellowstone senate an expedition of savants has left1-
Mr.' J. W. White Portsmouth Va. writers are privileged to write falsehoods twenty south. range twenty east,
; have become very plentiful, and j jIbe not recede from its action; the states enna for Jerico to search for relics in containing forty acres more or less together -
Dear Sir:--On page 65' of thiBreeder's P in fact to make fals -
herd of buffalo has increased t3: will not fall over each other in their I what is left of that ancient city of the I or any with thentire phosphate plant

: fifty seven. work of undoing. nor will the supreme Israelites. I Gazete of March 20 you! statements to aid them in defeating located at the time of the comment fmerft -

I I will find a notice which I wrote, di I any measure or- man that they -for of this suit on the said ab.i\ .>
A machine that will hurl coal into court of the United States declare un Nothing is left of that ancient city I I described real estate,
consisting of
I recting attention to advertisement t I any reason selfish of course, desires an
constitutional what it has held to be
the fire of but seven mounds marking the site engine. boiler washer ,
J box a locomotive at the rate !of the I pumps. ton <.
Seaboard rnilwa I took thi ,
} aid. One is
to injure or impressed
I of 200 shovelful* a minute if necessary: a part of the organic law uninterrupted i of the ruins. but the professor hopesby I belting appliances attachments and
notice out of the hands of my assis with the belief that they seem to c I appurtenances of kind what
f so many years and upon which every *-
will lighten the labor of the fireman on ',: excavating there to find many in-
based. tant who does most of the work. because think that the telling of falsehoods ever. constituting a complete working
decisions have been
many of the engines: of the Northwestern many ,'teresting relics of the city as it was I have i phosphate plant; and including also
ask what it all for? recently returned from a j is part of the newspaper business and
-4 So we is I
i before the and additions that
road. An order bas been placed ; capture sacking by I any may hayb..n 7',
: for 7<(X> of these mechanical stokers at: |[ beat against the waves? '! Joshua. two weeks' visit in Florida. FormerlyChattanooga :! !I expect that good man come of it. Whatf made to the said plant, or any ot.h. r <

i I had marked the limit o authority have they for that doctrine? i plants that may have been erected! 1 II
Ii :> ::,
a cost of $& ,((j(). I The expedition is subdisized by the I
Continues Shipping From Force of : I my journey southward. The trip wa One great authority has said that onej the said W. M. Ross and Alice W. Ro--;. :;
The only open unimproved lot In the Autrian government, and many Jon the said property during the life
i i Habit. weal-I'purely for pleasure taken at my wife's I should not do evil and expect that i
I business district on Fifth a\eau. NewYork ; j j I thy Viennese have contributed of the said mortgage. The said phos-

; is owned by an elderly |! P. P. Hansen the Cypress Islamtrutktr : fund. The axcavations will be done ] request. I shall never cease thank I good come of it, nor does one do good phate plant and machinery above d.-- _
spinster, iI
i I continutto ship beans: beets', j by Arab labor and two hundred of ing my wife for making that request.: | and expect evil will come of it, or scribed is now located on thea .
a descendant of the Astor" She j
half of the northeast
We had '
I traversed the quarter
continent buthad -
I do to that
j and other vegetables Mr. Hansen they mean say people are
will not sell the lot, for which real estate these denizens of modern Palestine not-been tion three, township eighteen south, t
-d I has already shipped over four hundred I south. While it was onlya : .sap-headed and green that they must '
dealers have been scrambling. even I have been engaged.If range nineteen east, in Citrus Count. :>
[ I crates of beans for wh ihcehg ets the hail storm in Jacksonville pleasure trip I never go to any coun fool them into doing right? This,I II Florida.. J"
though offered ; I
$050,000 for it as she !
i I crates of beans for which he gets $12.50 try without some investigation of its do not believe.I Also: Eighty horse power boiler .,,
: prefers to keep it so that her do was anything like the picture in the ,
: pet ?: j I' agricultural and live stock conditions, fittings; 16x14x12 tluplex pump.cld f
believe that falsehoods :
per crate delivered at the express office when are
: may have a plaie! to exercise.! | Times-Union gives of it was surely and I i fittings; Erie City Engine; 6 centniii- fi"
I here and reports his ,vines full of I terrific. I took off from St. Augustineover told. they are told with a view to caus gal pump; 173 feet 6 pipe; 50 feet of .

i: bloom preparatory to putting out a. I. into Marion county where at McIntosh ing the people to do wrong Suppose 12 pipe: 23 feet 10 pipe, and one fnr- Z'::

I :j FACTS FROM FRANCE. !: second crop. From one-third of an II I Ii I and Ocala I visited Mr. S. H.[ I for instance that an article should appear tion hoist and a full and complete }:.

I i i acre. he has sold about three hundred I! Trying to Put Editor Claude in a Gait kill and Mr. Z. C. Chambliss.: in a newspaper declaring that of mining the northeast plant situated on the east half '.I ,
quarter section
fc-I Some Paris cabs now bear the in- I I crates of beets at II per crate, and I Hole. pioneer short-horn breeders. i' John Dow had wantonly killed the three, township eighteen south, range .I

- cnption "English spoken" ':| has; some still left for shipment. Mr. I The Tallahassee Sun is a Vive wire," There I found soil as well as sandand i j child of Richard Rowe and that Rich- nineteen east in Citrus County, Flor- l...

I It is estimated that not J less than L Hansen's crop was raised entirely by as beautiful rolling farming counI I\ and Rowe should kill the supposed ida. including all new machinery jn,land
I but it appears to have got crossed uipn1t"nt. all prA't.
buildings -if
, : $20,000,000 is paid out in tips yearly irrigation, as there has not been sufficient try as I have ever seen on either con- j murderer on sight, when in fact John said and {f.r
on property. all additions
: and
i with other wires 1,:
iu Paris. > rain to wet he ground since it t! some equally as tinent. I learned a little of the agricultural -j Dow had not murdered the child. You I repairs made to th,' said plant. this

.' In all tbe great and little ; I as planted.-Kississimmee Valley j live. Having referred to the defeat or. development of Florida and !. know that under our laws should aI L'I being in addition to the plant and machinery -

counthsG I the unifonn text bill by "corporation of its removed since the
needs. I
learned commencement
the tragic his- .
T : of Europe the number of azatte. < person chronicle a report that there
senators" at the last session of the of this suit from the northu--M
lt been tory the great freeze and witnessed -I was yellow fever in the I
ever M high as at present I h state of Florida quarter of the southeast quarter of
i legislature it has since felt constrained 0
France alone makes a deplorable exwption. A Canadian paper, the Record says the growth of its agricultural prosperity I and none existed that he would section twenty-one, township twenty -,."
make several
:j | explanations under a new era. I was remarkably be south. range twenty east.
name your farm for when year place i arrested and punished for it. Why? ,:
"< j of its language, the last of which is impressed and I And also the following described
,p;: It is proposed to substitute solitary becomes< advertised through the sale ,' returned home determined For reasons that the public are assumed personal property:
j the following by editor: "To make I
to do
t confinement during six years for the of some superior product, you will be'i Ii' myself perfectly plain, I will now more than ever to to have suffered either financial II The phosphate plant complete, consisting .,

1- death penalty in France. Tbe death i j jir I a position to reap the benefits of ,i( ; say promote"the agricultural and livestock loss or mental anguish, or both. It is of an engine boiler washer ,:
that I know that Senators Adams Al-
: i
development of the and
rsentenve has not been carried out for I the adnrtising.This. county has a.!!i : south. proper that any one shall assume thatis everything necessary to l:;
f'case constitute
Bailey Humphries. Jackson. Incidentally, I found comprise a complete -
at Lake "
ttt: oine time. in '.oin!. The Hunter Drug company :' :1 Weir, he can procure some type, press,, phosphate plant in good
j working i"'I
jCi I Massey. Neal, Newlan and Scott. alljof Ocala order -
I < Fifteen women in Paris have i for example is advertising the i iI I seemed to me an etc.. that he is licensed tht rt-by to' ii"i luding railroad iron, tools and t:
gone I I whom voted against the uniform : :
and I ,
j: hito training to be prott'Ssional.ab {I s superior products of the Hiawatha I spot am endeavoring to write falsehoods about his neighbors, impl -MInts of e\vry character and dt *.- ;
text book bill last session have never get a little place there which st..rption! belonging t->. tlr 4n anywiserelating ',
I' on to candidates
" v bleu." Most of the candidates [ Dairy Farm, and the Dairy farm will or about or public officials: .':
tak- .
are | been controlled by a corporation or I spend a few weeks each winter. > to the ,!srdtiOflS of sjid
Jng lessons the reap the benefit of the advertising; if My or public (IUPaitions.I phosphate plant. Also
I -scribed
Ii' at headquarters of the anything else: Punta Gorda Herald. wife shares ( as t
I I with in
: Animals' Protection society. The I lev: it were not named it would not be inposition me my views of I Why does any one assume such aright .1 I ing located on or connected with the"

" a to do so. I the delights of that place. We never ? It is difficult for me to belie'ethat plant at Holder, Fla.. described as being I ""\
; Ions are on the anatomy of the horse ; Another Richmond in the
ii Field. in section
i enjoyed a trip so much and she said 1 I an upright I e township eighteen, V
t.t-: aDd the best methods of treating that I the- II Politics seem to b.- warming up that I need newspaper man south range nin.t"" n. .-ast. in Citrus
I I never again mention Cal-
animal At crucial moment Editor would think it less harmful for a falsehood County, Florida, as th. sanu nowx-

'I' __ __ I L'EngIe seems to have abandoned his I i I considerably for the campaign of 1908. ifornia to her as a winter resort. I: :i! to be published broadcast than i ists. '
I: "People's] Lobby." Judging from what |'I j Besides the announcement already I am engaged in looking up launches, !|j for it to be carried from ear to ear by Also: All the right. title and int.-'rest \, .J-

; EDITORIAL FLINGS. made that T. A. Jennings. of Pensa- as I want to litle of the defendant. William M. Ro s
. ; I his; paper says about it "there's nothing put a boat on the :i a single individual. Does not the offense acquired and
cola and General Albert Gilehrist of I obtained by him uiul.'rand
, ;: lake for our use next winter. :: k..
i and
doing injury multiply in by virtue of
Jh: Occasionally that lid in Cuba makes j I ,. Arcadia would be in the race for I All this merely to let proportion a certain contractand
you that: as the published falsehood would assignment of lease made by and
a uoise like a I locwe Washington governor, the friends of Judge Isaac I have between Hubbard and
personal knowledge of the Hood and thesaid
Cause reach the
I I cf Stomach Troubles. greater number, as compared -
Cf Star. A. Stewart of DeLand, are presentinghis possibilities of the extreme south Ross, said instrument of date
anda I with the few
-v.- Dr. Newell Dwigbt hulls name for the consideration of the that an individual November ith. 1902. recorded in d...-.l
says we I personal interest: in its
j When a man has trouble with his i development. could reach, circulating the same story.without book 113. pages 68 to 7' Lj,: need more lied j people. Judge Stewart is judge of
poets. the For
11 say cp- stomach 1! many years I have given in this the aid of a of the public records of Marion County.

tt! polite! It be were an l"dItor.-Atlanta: you may know that he is eating the criminal court of record of Vo- journal a greater amount of space to some other medium of newspaper : Florida a copy of u hich is atta*. h> .ito

Georgian. more than he should or of some i lusia county and a lawyer of ability the interest of the publication? the bill of complaint in this cause

UP: A Boston minister claims that |article of food or drink not suited to'': and could gather considerable strength times south than I at: I No one should object to legitimate and made a part th-r!'>f. and marked ,
nej thought
: I j his age or occupation. or that his was really fair to our criticism. in other words no one: exhibit "H." by and under the term-- "
'i-, ': can bring the dead to life. But can down this way.-Fort Pierce Tribune. other interests of which
I but instrument
I bowels are habitually constipated. now that I know should object to the actual facts being the said Hubbanl

he keep his (congregation! awake?-Toledo ,Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver I i; --- --- -'- j personally my conscience does not: written with the writer's & Hood assigned and transferred t.>
judgment said
f Blade. I Tablets to regulate the bowels and j Gilehrist and the Press. hurt me. Ross among other things a certain -
expressed: upon the written facts, lease and their rights -reund-i.

it_ An unwritten law that might be re- !['improve the digestion and see if the i j The Punta Gorda Herald says that Yours, I'but why should any one assume that made and executed by C. C. AtKisnnjp

: .' duto 'writing is that every passeneer trouble does not disappear. Ask forjt j General Albert W. Gilehrist: has al- W. R. GOODWIN. jit is-righteous to write and others to Hubbard & Hood. sa-jy

,1S; who pays his: fare Is entitled to a i i free sample. Sold by all druggists. I ways been in favor of granting the !i falsehoods pur- i I instrument of date of September 4th, f
porting to be facts
- r neat-Pittsburg Dispatch. I i jl largest liberty to the press and when I LEASING THE CONVICTS. I then write his conclusions i 1899. the same being attached to the
I II based upon the bill of complaint in this
The Madison Xew falsehoods? i cause marked
t.&m statistician has round Enterprise says' [ ]he formally his I I "
that bur- announces candidacyhis I exhibit "G the
that the I would be glad to have criticism by terms of which instrument -
; ylars stole from the various banks jn ]{' attorney general and the railj! j platform will contain a ringing I To the Editor Ocala Banner the and lease the said C. C. At-

this country during the past year a 'I j road commission are at loggerheads i j plank for the '"freedom of the press" Kindly allow : upon recommendations referred kison and others leased to said Huh- { '\ .
n I It the board me space in your paper to, after you have carefully bard & Hood for '
it says of railway eommis-: phosphate mining r
total ,
$4.127. lie of course refers j j that will become as famous locally as, to make an 7"purposs.
s ioners want the explanation in regardto read itWith the following described pr.-
: only to the thieves who legislature to provide ,the
broke in from "liberty bell" at Philadelphia has the leasing of the kind !! perty. to-wit:
county convicts.Col.
; regards
an attorney,
sole it xvillii
the outside do their duty become Southwest
to steaIlng'Cbj.'ii famous in the nation. Rogers in quarter of southwest
'H" his
article of last Yours
btto assist the railroad i : very truly
. cagUt.'t'Ord.lI'rald.. commission i The general will have the week quarter of section 36. township IS
e in their labors : press says among other things: "If so N. B. BROWARD south 18
!( ; and prosecute and de- ; range east. lying and being
( j right behind him.Pleasant.
1"1'; be it the board intended the in the counties of
i fend suits before them as the interest Edwards i Governor
;.. LAST WORDS OF FAMOUS MEN of the railroad commission may apj j Naval Stores company to keep and I P. S.-To what extent is it neces- and And State of Florida.
: AH the right title
(1 work these and interest -
t : fourteen reserved
Sarcasm.An .
pear. con- sary for writers upon newspapers to I acquired by the said Ross under -

a Horace Greeley ilSll-lSJ Amerienittj i! editorial in the Tampa News is victs. write falsehoods the
) : if at all? I can see I terms of such contract between:
Journalist "It Is done" ; Cause of Stomach headed 'Our attitude toward Cuba." Replying to the above I can only no necessity for it, and I cannot understand the said Ross and the said Hubbard

It Louis XV11I. of France (175T.-1S24))L '!:(I Trouble. We didn't read it, because we know answer as an individual member, that: why any newspaper should & Hood as aforesaid, in and to the rol-

h\1[ "A king should die i standing." When a man has trouble with his i that the attitude of the News is alright -' I did not expect said company to keep attempt to excuse it lowing The entire personal mining property Including: ;!

Oliver Cromwell ((15iO-lK English stomach you may know that he is i whether directed toward Cubaor i I and work the reserve convicts. i N.13.B. ,. machinery of every kind. three head of i
'knl. statesman, "My desire is to make \vbat ateing more than he should or of I anything else and we are sure that: For the benefit of all concerned ij i I mules, wagons, implements equip r

; : some article of food or drink ,< I will briefly review ments. and all personal property b...-
notsuited 'uba don't the
kE. l'are.-Punta
haste I may to be gone. Gorda Her- letting and re-I 1 The Seminole Uprising. I
'. to his age or occupation or II serve of the longing to and used in connection \\ ILl
1: Nathan Hale 1 1755-1776)), American that his bowels are habitually consti- j ;ald.Editor county convicts: I In our issue of Friday we reprinted Ia said mining plant so situated o.i th ... t J'

.n patriot, "1 only regret that I have but pated. Take Chamberlain's Stomach L'Engle of the TallahasseeSun At our meeting of 1906, the matter : special to the Tampa Tribune from j! southwest quarter of the southw.- / '

one life to give to my and Liver Tablets to regulate the :: if he had written the article I of leasing the convicts for 1507 was I I.i I.Arcadia stating that men women and ,quarter. rflflfln of section 1Q noor.36. township Irnrh ,

Frauds Marion (17 : country"U> bowels and improve the digestion and! would have said: "My Attitude Toward i discussed. A majority favored a reserve j
general "Thank God I can lay my >Se<> if the trouble- -- --- do@s---- nnt-- <*.icAsk -I'I'-,. ........ I'i Cuba! I i to be worked on the roads I in I other points near the Evergladeswere of dredge boat, .ngine.. boiler

, hand upon my heart and say that since ; for free sample. Sold by all ;i the minority, opposed this. as it would, --- I flocking into Arcadia becausethe pump. boom dipper and all applianc, t f

:druggists. m j We observe that the Cosmopolitan { incur additional expense to the and appurtenances constituting a c ,m-
1 came to man's estate 1 have never i j I I coun- remnant of the Seminole Indians
.I. 'Magazine is still being printed from plete dredging plant, and all other machinery ,t
.Intentionally done wrong to any one." i The ty.At inhabitating that section were and .
i i Jefferson Davis statue soon toe New York and is on I I material used in the mI -
on sale
I at the various our next meeting (December \
the the
,;, b erected was pulled ) war path and making hostile demonstrations struction of a phosphate plant. all tf "
through the city news stands, apparently obliviousof : matter was again discussed I which
; all situated the '
members and to on southwest
i give
, JAPANESE JOTTINGS. i i'1 j Richmond by three thousand children I the fact that empharis to'
a "skiddo" resolutionhad holding to their former opinion, their quarter of the southxvest quarter of
acts had
I at a white 'I
led by the Lee and Pickett been settler section 36. township 16 south
1 campsi passed against it by the I hence the advertisement for bids to by the rang-
The Japanese: government has begun !i o L'onfedt'rat'd rans. j I Florida legislature. In ante bellum lease with the I name of Tom Crews. The 18 east: together with all machin-r

exploIting the forests 1 I reservation of fourteen special stated that the Indians appurtenances and material plac-
of Formosa T were
Iif J
--- i times, in some manner unknown to men for road purposes. incensed thereon by the receiver in this cause.

The clearances from Japanese ports Bitten By a Spider. us incendiary literature"' As much vecause a tourist had I I Or so much thereof
j was denied as I was opposed to this j desecrated the as may be suf- a
r ( to foreign countries are about 12.0...) j' Through blood poisoning caused by the privilege of the mails-"incendiaryliterature" arrangement I grave and stolen the ficient to realize the amount so due i
.a spider bite. expected that a part, or i bones of Tom I
'''tit,' vessels a year. John Washington of t Tiger one of their fa- to the said complainants for principal

': ,jBosquevilie. Tex., would have lost his were abolition newspapersand all of the reserve would be worked on'' mona chieftains. The sheriff of De- and interest, attorney's fees and cost ft i I I

:- Japan's debt is one-sixth of the total !'lialue eg. which became a mass of running it was found to be more effective the roads. I also expected Edwards I Soto county hastened with of said suit .

,,tt \ of tbe whole country. The had than a mere resolution Brothers a posse to C CARLOS L.
yearly sores. he not been persuaded tory of "cen to keep any part of the reserve Fish Eating Creek but SISTRUNK. "j
ru1 Interest amounts to $50WOlXO. Bucklen's : sure." I found that the Special Master in Chancery. t.;
i, Arnica Salve. He j providing we did not work all I whdle
II story was R. A.
a canard. Burford
I : Japan control the camphor produc- '![writes: "The first application reliev.I of them at a time. But in no wise did i iI | the Seminoles of O. T. Green. -1: ,
\ tion of the world and ;'ed, and four boxes healed the I 1 1 Stood the said to the sheriff: "All]I !
as ib sores. Test.Alicoek's .
.'f camphor an 'l'l'h Heals j I expect Edwards Brothers to work!ja I big lie of white Solicitors for Complainants. 4-2t::! > .
) every gore. 2Sc. at i Plasters have man, Indian no
important iU I\.Jj.'ut in the maunfae- Tytfcngs & successfully them indefinitely.
,Co., druggists. j stood the test of :i fight white man can't f
sixty ;
year's I fight
n tcre of nniokelf n us by j white
:- powder be NOTICE
would I
> must confess PUBLICATION.
' --- i the public; their virtues have never the county has I man. Indian got no f.
.: baa great atl\aurag over other oatioas -I Mr. Brnsays: nothing- of Mr. been equalled by the unscrupulous: imitators -I lost and is losing money that ought to 1 fight no-how." money. Can't

.I(. In etLt of a world war. j Graves Chattanooga who have sought to trade upon have been: aved. Department. of the Interior Land Of- l
speech in his I the jl flee at Gainesville. Fla.
i reputation of AUcock's by making April 15,. .
: Commoner. ; plasters with holes in them and N. A FORT, Death has robbed Mrs. Frank Les- 1907

PITH AND POINT. I i claiming them to be "just as good astllcock's I lie of a titled husband 'to ,
." whom she : Notice is
; hereby given that
The LAKE WEIR William
Price of Health. ITEMS.Special .
It is much I The price of i Allcock's Plasters stand today indorsed I was to have been married early in ] Scott, of Kendrick Fla.. has filed notice -
to in
eajer quit a job than: a malarious !i May. He of his intention
' by not only the medical was the Marquis to make final
. I to get one. }14'of J district] Dr. is just :25c.: the cost of a box .j I' sion. but by millions of grateful profes-patients to the Ocala Banner: I a grandee of Spain. Mrs.Campallegro. Leslie -i year proof in support of his five.\

.; There Is such a thing as !being too ] Ring'sew Life Pills writes! who have proved their efficiency Mrs. Reed and two boys have been had her trosseau viz: Homestead Entry No. : .
Ella all
in > made
Slayton. of Norland N readiness Dec. 30.
" Ark. New !J as a household remedy. in 1901. for th" northeast
original. People tiiight call you crazy. 1 Micanopy for a few days. it
t Life Pills cleanse gently and impart having been made in Paris. Mrs. quarter of southeast quarter, section
: t If you had thourage, wouldn't! life i' 'Mr. T_ A. Peterson is still Leslie 33. township 14
you"speak" new and ivgor to the system. :!5e. ] Some employed is the widow of the famous pub- south range 21 east,
: .1> to :Satisfaction I newspapers are agitated over by the McGehee Lumber and that said proof will be .
:n( people every day of their guaranteed at Tydings & the company.Mr. j Usher and is herself a rt-markable mad b --

apparent faults? t C 0., druggists. m i I i, question as to whether the wordgrapefruit" Stokes, who has been spending !J clever woman with her i: Fla.fore Clerk Circuit Court. at Ocala
-'" ._ ; is in the pen. on
k "tf If a man has no ability and no Industry I II II I| ral. In Manatee singular or plu-. the winter at Hotel Lakeside, is now I June 5. 1907. I
I county this luscious t
.t- no amount of goodness will make LOST.-on Monday. April 22. at !j I fruit "are" in the with Mr. and Mrs. Allan at "Eanne- Congressman Clark don't like 'el- He names the following witnesses'? to '
I plurality I
prove his
him a tfuccessfal man. Grahamville, a large white setter with by a view. low journals" and Governor contipuous residence upon.
large Broward and
Some men are so lucky they get credo auburn spots;;; answers: to name oft j, majoritY.-Bradentown JournaL A Mr. Wade, who worked for [r.1 don't like "bad" newspapers, but -if it Alexander cultivation Anderson of. the, land of Kendrick viz: '-

1 it for Don had on collar with Carry: on the i island a few .- F1a.
being brave when In reality the- ring. Reward years ag.W3 ) w -re not for the newspapers, good 1
I w ill b. ).t1d f'.tr : ;> run over by a train and killed bad Jake Anderson. of Kendrick.
i are too badly scared to 1'Wl.-.Atcb ireturn i- '_ ajrjWm. Why and indifferent, Fla.
not put the:! many statesmen Sa'ue1
"unw1"n..n I law i <--centl> at his home I Scott of Kendrick. Fla.
Howard in Fairview
.lIIok..J. ,i Grahamville, Fla. 4-.;6ti into cold type? tucky. Ken: would not be *o often in the limelightas Sa\,iul CamobelL of Kendrick. Fla. !.:

,t; they are. HENRY S. CHUBB.
J i 4-26
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44..4..4444444444444444.4........+........... REVERSED BY THE PEOPLE '-..f. I :-:su! r. and such the oth-r of-j NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT 1
!IT .era agents as
R ant corpratn OF CHARTER OF THE 1

> i English Voters Call a Halt as to Municipal 1LGmf ;_ i. U V..iy:'i ut1riz1 thdl respective the offices! hal: STANDARD AND HERNANDO J

THE UNWRiTiEN LAWREV. -I "-.-' uccessors- are duly eN-cted an.; RAILROAD COMPANY. -

Ownership. w !:.It..d.n two of such office$ :j
The most dramatic Incident in the I 'I' j t. t' be held by one person, except
Notice is
: .. of President and \ hereby given as follows:
: -
history of municipal govern.'.eat ooeurretl Tl .YIOt-"' I i ee-Pesi- THAT WHEREAS the
; Standard
-- -- &
_- --- -- ,. t: '
-- --- .- on Nov. 1, when the ureiit "?t CURE'0" .' I r.- Article VII of the charter of Hernando Railroad Company at a

: C. 3. WILMEF IN THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN : city in the world reversed H< poiiry ATSI, ,...CKH! .'v.u r...ff'J'Ht'i 1 s sTIlSKMANtf "l,1 corporation shal be s amendet meeting of the stockholders of said

!. ., ....4)4.. 444.............., ., .... in rosard to municipal ownership l Js y p ?I"aY'nT a : > r-.'at as follows V Company. at Rockwell. Marion County -
"The of indebted-
r .
OF .AIoV YtAs 'J e: f'I 5V V: '1' J r' highest amount
an overwhelming vote.r xeveral "&r- n i "Sf'5E 1'Ii ,'CC CF .,_ '. ',:, 1 1.-*, '>r liability to which this corpor- Florida. the principal place of bus- 1
\l.i h"'I.1 t. I. ".t. joj ', the RE5PS" ff A.') V.:" "'''Lt" .. .. .00
lr: \ or loyalty to right. \ hieht-\ years the "I'rot'f \ ". as municipal Liti'.n can at any time subject itself. ness of said corporation on Wednesday,
1 IS NOT A FOOD sr > .- 1c..' P.s> 1
I i- !1.' an "unwritten 1 law :" Tnr.. way one may pretVr to phrase it fr' ownership party called itself ha'- p IC.SlE tIME IT A-a A', awj SAJrc..= iNiw o"c di b fhundrt thousand dollars. April 3, 1907. at 11 o'clock A. M.; said

,* p"UI..! !>f. .r els'Mien- \\ou.-i i I. himself.One controlled the London codify -nn\- ; : 25 HT5p---'i. : i $: .
1 FRS.ti9U._ E'Aj 5'tGC.SI"IV.": ;Q-'. fD 8V This corporation has prepared certi- meeting having been called and all -
: moral -unction tn the \vritt-ii jay thing morn, and that thv j artic- I. cll which has cbare of most matters :kate under its common seal of the stockholders notified by publication ot"

VMi it is thf written law Only what ular object in view of the writer of i, affecting the city as a who 1.. :in.l of ACKERHAH 8 5TEVt'ART.Pi-tZ ;:r.'!.sed amendments a adopte as the time and place and object of such

i-laturt-s But is what this article. What is the bearings IIf : I It .nh .. T/- i agree upon. : seventeen of the twentyeizht >r I; : meeting for four consecutive weeks i
r4-: in the office of the Sv cretary of
!I. 4 I Sutures: agree upon necessarily I these principles upon the mU
i. htV night! There we hit upon the ed-of "unwritten law" when it come ,, boroncb being uonpartisali.'tpr'! T.iilahassee. Florida. in a newspaper published in Marion .

l ,i-al i.l-a. If a thing is right it i ino is i iI to trying a man for murder Distinguish the borou;b council election ',i\ N.,' I STANDARD & HEPvNANDO RAILS Count VVFIorida. to-wit: Ooala
I Education Mail ". >.\ .C'U. : Banner; and by personal servici'. ar.j .{.
I gltt matter what legislatures saj: I Irf first of all. more or less gentl. ttijs party was left in control! ..f !>;:! by ;. ) By John. L. .. I all stockholders of said corporation b-- -

I thins is wrong it is wrong no I reader between -principles and tht-i : two borouzhs. having ell"Ctedtll t.! .r y. a"'nT m. ir-."I'!1ym -,' : onea. .,-" Priident.Ralph I ing present or represented in uch .- II

:,:att- r what legislatures say. Suppo : application. I am not quite willing to allies. the so called "Labonr.-s." o202 :11;:- .:. n. L:.."" any< ap' :.m- .l i:.'. l' Barker.Sfrivtar. I meeting, the following amendments to -. <

( t, I'n i kd States congress shoul I II ; be held for thrse principles but not councilmen out of LSO-J.; rbat .t EC-.*.-c"r;.l'k'onr-...1nur. V-- ",.".Lg.H:" ..; L..c'C. 'r.Gr. 4-IS :I the charter by unanimous of said Companyadopt'd vote of v.ftc r-ri1: -jI

-- u law to the effect that it was for what you might think is a legitimate and not rlax vn T-Guhlv T&ith: by :aU. T'1 entire stock
i i was a popular a i.iry t, ..' C,.. .. ,'.', -' .. of said corporation : ; j
!. i.! Mr .me man to hate and injur : and logical application of thtmMoreover is shown by the fact that t!I" "Pro' e! J.1'.1.It 1.1DIlSlalatka,113.: ) NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT I said meeting same being over (')1-

'."IL. r. SUppose the whole huma ; I will give what I think- : gressives" were eaten wor"t 1:1 thf TO CHARTER- F THE fifths of the entire stock of said t'l -
I PORT INGLIS TERMINAL I onttion by the adoption of the f :1- V .
-i.ouM, in the "parliament of mar I the application ,; in the matter referred'to. : boroughs where the heaviest: \'or.W:1' COMPANY. ioviin resolutions namely: i

i ii-ilt-ration of tin- world usrt.-' Here then, is a !law upon th! I cast I THAT WHEREAS in the opini-n ..f .4

1 i- t Hhtl' "' uus tive ami that a ; statute books which says that :t man must have: Stockholders of the StanthriHernando K-i ,
I Such a political upheaval N.-lce: is hereby given: u> follows: I
: -r Railroad Company It I" it -
i \\ d" the truth. or should uu-U-rtak" who kills another un .r certain circuz'tan..s cause. at1 the cau-e tithe ; U1) A ) ." T V.'HEREAS, Port Inglii < '
an adequate 1 .,, I r, :I 1. Hl ;ne sirable and in the best. interest .,f r;. .f

:: --i'Ml, the a'tr.aUon of gravitatioi! commits murdt-r. The las case was the T\-yA: incri-:I'' .;i : i-r.ia '. ompany. at a stockholder's corporation that the capital t.L'J

of thtiJc ra. tri.,- ; exit....irat.rtan things which justify \ : corporation increased from t\-o j
change"iiu .
taxes. and conse.iuont'.y: rents, \:\ i ; >: :;:. said company held al I
'; trad tha ; hundred thousand dollars tS2'iO.'M t to
kiliiiis- ai"ilit-r t
i if rlctri .ty. Kvtrybo.iys: : at' irv resulted from the takiv: :? OV-T In '., ,II ..wilUrjn: t""un. Florida, the I five hundred thousand dollars ,.$.'. .> .-J

when w. -tiv tl'alingitl1 math :; killing troin b-ing mur.ler: sflf-de- : dty! or its boroughs of tramwuy t-L'--: ; V '. 'I '. i. .' ,of btiin"*3 of sid Ii rt). it is. 1t

.:-tical or truth. that th,' :: ft-ii--. f..r example. It does nit includwitiiin i tric lightiu waterworks. et,-. ::.- -.r: :. >:, >:: We.lne-ayw April 3rd t 1 RESOLVED that the charter of t"-.u -f

,.'!'.\rittt.u 1.1'i'i not oiny ,:xt'nt''' this lit one of the eXcUse s of luxurious puMic t batln uuiather -iT. .. i'Vlock no T. sail meetini Standard & Hernando Railroad t>.,
; I building
wh.ii urged! in the I me ii-f-r. ailed ai.'i all ":"I hoi'l- l shall b. so amended that Artki 2 lit ]
JIupr'me..':: The -amis tru- of the \.as of ,'j: I
erwnditures pn's'ic r.ionn-
; :.- r. .::' by pulb..t.f ->f tnt; shall retd as follows: j

,V 1 in-.l: la\. It.i.-ts. It i.- for mar', :. A jury is !.upaneleil an.l take of all proportion to th. !P>u!', :Jttii FUXERALDIEECTOBS. .- :. d.p'uu'-. ant "j"- of sucli "Th" amount of capital stock nf

r tI and! sj iniual well I.fins: ? \viia oath M administi-r till written lawnoi ed. This larisbuph had raised; the \rtroujh i.: < -i:;., ':> a w :'.r four const- : said corporation shall be five hun' r-d

ur.f his physical and tlu- unwritten !ty. Now. the ap ::\0 .' 'r- i-rior to ir>- h'jl'iin? of such I thousand :" :ar" (15')0.0')0) divided into ;
>r 'flrrol-
'-r :l.s
II tax rate in the liorou (
: i d I five thousand shares of the
: ; ::i new-spat-er pblh i p.'J bdngTl"- .nJ an.i! aim of ail I II".d..i i> nus'h- > -uupijsed "unvrittiIt led by the "Pro res i"t.s"iO :;.T I-:i' 1.t Mar '::.-"MU-.ty: Florht. O Cal.1.i ..I valu.' of .m- hundred dollars iSlO )) 1

. I. 'iiti-ii lay :i-. I.I should bto did -.'.-. viz: that .1 iii.n has both an< above the rU in the or'i.v oir'i"hs.A -- E.U-l. P'T harsaiti: capital stock to l-t

ti..- duty c.f shootai'jr: .: .vn the man \\ h<,) bIll in Uiufnl mon of the l', -.ct
and t th,' inner-tit right in ,' .f-r all iiu- t."khoMers: hi j y : 1
ei.u i-a.-urn-il 4
> -r II few esaat'!."H of tlie; !>scs iwf H .: SVk < 4 <'it.- uti.ket .
,ks physic thsa. ti'y ..!" his h.>nuI't' L".u'.y !..tiit d l i.y l."! n'ki' '..1t :tat.-.* upon: cal maiir by the I>Lr. ;
T'-xt b. "::1
Bant. DirritSt".i I to =
I :ilug. aveu
of interest.In ll
be 1 tonin -uch insta--'r.t'! Dinrs J
., ,.. th any 'lr : > t. ; ane ; t to the charul as
l.t: thtjurj" > h: ca< in t' r .1 !
;.!.! writ .\\ :i f \r ta- informai : : Islington the sttre t KtjLtinti: Burial -erv:- "". :- ::" > Cons\ d'tt"d; i-j. : may ile-r.i! h.'St." '-
: th, tru : r. i. ..- or'thf "!.\. n'tt-r. .l'\ ." to ac'iuith : ; \ VV ; Antlurupon! the foil.\ing! .i-
of :;
; gi::: 5 h. c PI'Oi'; : nearly! thn-i1 tin.t as :''flch per nie :. tlzmous \ >:. of I'jurnfthst. "t .to
fore.U"! l I I'I'i.-.n.-:? i !:. \ -. U'limttt-tl: tlictI'M : to. Order .>- entire stovi i by the f.! l11k1'It' th- charter ofa: i conr... -
o.utlun: o: 1':1'- : Embalming I.j'Inng : .
'. in the borouirli* !1: :1 l-d; by private
: s tk> < ,o '- -
n \\ < ; 'jpt..rl by ? unani'r us
KI.Uwho '. ::: tt1" ,\ :\ :', i i" u higher.' \ :nl. thr writtt-r, :I'.ing'I:>. naifiy. .
-try ;
-tavants: i j : xpauies. In St. PI.T'S: ; : the i-i :it- lf urrivv,
f- i \\'kll the r.rr. :
L trlil.i r. in your h ustt > nearly is hiuli.; while ::\VoohvIcii.: in.pit.V the st-jckli. k.f. the Port i..-. ari ln i'r----r.i byaIoi ting! he tV: -
'., of : -. hll1. ,I: : ui"i\ii f ..rVhut! is th : in? resolutions : '
,"\iiis; is '.:!.. '. ihe -;;--: 1rt- ; biuhos -. the lo>s for the :.Terminal tflflY it is drsin- namely: 1 t
of the
flt-ctmity. but 1 '!, .,;;.,jy..i= ": tn- *. as=- ;;:!<.' con "i'l and in the besr interest o: :'. i THAT \\ WHEREAS the opini.j_ ....fst'tlhders : it
via: th !I.ik-: i hunt reach ?:::J.- Jerry Burnett : .
current is eX'I''.l: r) ; th- : of the Standard ur.iH 3 ;
year .
.riorati- that the sfnkthe ':
'. capital
.- I !' nitin ? in :!b' !:: -: puiv.- ju- ; '
'- \ a I' ;n .: '. \'. r>u.t w-"ii itrJ< :xn.; In Bi-nviwlsey" a:.a South w arkthe corporation iner-ased froi ..,.. : ,ruaiulo Railroad Company it :- >icsiraMe -
. -ic'.i.nforce: th:' .. ani in the best interest <.: :
: i j''t.r. r. lKisiaUnvin i oounoiU !wv r"fusi an jffer froa: dollars iSl.*..nj 1 if t V ",'h'1.- wortil si.u'.l lp I 1.I .\' as it is Oli ihfiaLUte b.'ri.-; I, !i. dollars $2 : : it : '*rj!"rution. that the highest amount I
r tit> streetsa.t .i .tJOIJ.It'J :
u .rht
I a private: 1lnnpint.; it in h-bte-lness or liability to wru.htho
Th \\ hill.- bus- i.lain.: t' '-n.! t!>- his'r: kuv dt- :Merchant RESOLVED, thE ,',il'.:. ,i-c,c
.- the ot .. '' \\ay. > :
at tim -ub-
.V th i.iuts half tbe cj. t I: 1 1, ni.ucipal uiau- .jf the corporation shall buiAf<->\ corporation can any j
"t !
.uan'l.that th-y 1,1 i
: i'v.v.
..' -v of t"gikiture of 'iv) ject itsrlf increased from one hun.irr1 ,
inviolate. N .ii; try can g- : I an.l thousand dollars tjl'0OOv I
r ", any ."'>.': state. is t.) nn.l out >"ii Ltinc.; for the Aerate '.) two million dollars tu."t-iO'"u ; ai-1 f.tty I"
l' in coraniprcial ; ) t.. five hundred thousand d.';
in around this. it I i- th.busine"" of a:: further it is.RESOLVED. "
to man.
ir.-! i mi- rt.l.t >n"f man i Cr':' u.pnny: : 1 t!:t. bills for TaiJorine. that the f j tJ-ji"1! t. it isRESOLVED. .
1 ho rviittha t
ih.stint !; >: ,'-1 m tn v. r-aily cLr": t i
i-ociety l and to nat bor- that the hsrh-t: tB
i I its Il"i' ts :u nrani--ipally! ; Hichted: sai'l corporation shall bf- at-nd.1 s-
.-' -'in.'s. 1:. ::;.. strict scu."f theI thlaw! of tIlt1'.1 ij. frankly .I I',1'; cut hisjlier than .ii.a: Article III thereof shall: :: r-.i i, |I amount of mtebtedness or !iality ':j'j
n'kky.s i Ithe; juilgf. 'o.-forf: he gets on thjury. '.: uuu'h.vrre::! :ji. i t) th; corporation shall a: any ,
ti i 1 I.k Judge ws: '
: to private: comanie. I tim uhitself shall be tiv.hp '
the paid : -
rate :
i enforce thl..v. of ; ck
:11H I. i.ivt iroing : > I "Thamount caikdl st unihorizr.I -
--.I of: i' ':Ii:.:,; out. i.o "iica '' la Shore.lti-h, ..' palatial; p"5>!;ci I! Ocala, Florida.r"iliet shall be million! lioln'I'- ; .Ir: ".i thousand dollars ($ ) \ ;,-Ld i >
him. If ho
> tWI
thv ziv-
: ju-1 :
,' "
u> .
". .., k.- law ;,'. Lill: we only pUt .. : i at'as. built ..::!::I ;i ihlnk. the ijot. not do t::!". he i- r.itnly : : >' : and : RES \I.\'i-D. that the cnaner '..fV t-.e; 'j
what u Importedifstir :i
', thsui't: t. :; .'-iutlron! t, : sand share? of tna: vainof onhundred -
cutLr. -t --l !'j- al 1 -. : ; : :> ., ',,
> shall be amended : t
.f t1- i'li >riio!
: : corp
bana .fttfl urtli< :':.:111 th.- &uT.rity > : Clcths. jOIll1' p -r har-. piy- .
l '.\ ibut v ; my :L1 :' T '. :.-".: of ':u.t l. '. Art h- VIIhall rrai\ as follows: <
',.. i i-- ti preju--v ..iir t-i I Mot. .1' ,'.,1. :; aWi 1L.;:. fai :.:o-y >.f ti>- UrmiiStatri.
i -t.ik-n. 1'hit : : V:: '.1. J.. iaM ontLt1 : b i "Ti\' 1-iirh' st amount of indt'bkI1'-it ;
:Ij >Ui'u Tv-it ; Thsr.nii- : 0 ->
,.i, ,.' : : V .tl't' y I -.i: i i"E' iI : Cutting a i>e rai w11ithis ]1 1f
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.. ',Pot t\I'r.! :, : UdII' I Fits ( euf i iiit 'he trjry.' car.i : ; SUh2tself. shall:, '-
I : .V: ripu >
I v of t::: t. !lost tl'e taur- r.\ -.<: > p..i.l by tl.e i-ollars.: : $". '. i)
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: -. It is tlibusiness ;j.:.-. .VLr t :rj- : : : : S'f"f '! :-.S: tV.V' ::: i.-; :
't:1 '!. t.e > M> 1.1.I!\ You vnil-irite cap-ta: !. but '3Utannot :
.' : :: ,in, m: Y ]) :1 i may < y :., eFctel all : liii.- L Ary i itvo
.' .1:" thit : ". ;-r.r ;:: ths WaY t } t-\ Uptri.VVr r iihase,- Fl.ri.. or.- i-r- 'Lt :
.j parttiLr t'a$ ai t.what h; I of the state to t-n.ut the unwritten ,' contN-'uti.: tll:.: tuicljty: fr'o of : i.1 '1. ih-ri:. ic.iihf*. I'..::,::, PORT 11'lR:I,1- ..f -.;, h office? '; .:. V h--H! t.y _'

V .IY law s.> far as that l.II11within the hel! the irc..t '. .. .: 1 on- -rii except tL- Prtr.t: '
be mistaken in th st\. interestvLlJj ):ris 11 !' aLL I._ -: : a f.w"r" ?AXYI. ;
t _\It. \\. can not Let the ;I ; : ... L. I-:. :,!:';. Y;. .VV i'resid.nt.nd ."
: tht- unwritten .. ; ; .ropr doniain of the :tatt. i generating station; ui aii utit activity. V : : 'HI.; sryV IH." ;; ) By John: .
of'ft"ma'y o I that the Pre.-i.i: b > an.} ;- :"- :
1'1" :icipt' circumst" >:;, : ': X nli Cariiinii. ? .iabass Attest: lUPl"sw"nt.lrh
nvtatt- ;'.:1nu..r suoh : tradins; >?:lt1Ul't'd : t
Religiously} tx j !I Mun'.rip-.l ; V he i-s instructed T t ike or cauto j
k\v. of riht. < tc'.. .L.:" S.\ -y t: Barker, by /
is Render unto Caesathe r < -t rvan -!.tl have the right and j jt i by amateurs and r.- .ml'l" I cut of an r-r.: "..U:,-'.:..rt: tn : St't'roru'y.n be rwn all the r.sary pr _V'V

l-i.--. .Hl, this i '.a''s. bu I .rr.y to .::il: aiu.t':: V r. but let no man be i open and bottomless [iix.kt. t-sn never tugs ie'iuiivl ty ! protv.ri'1; Jamendr.1'nt

things wh'ch' are vxhich: ar. pe-i ivt--i L,. \\s--st justice from the i be more than a weak and false imitation i:! NOTICEIn NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR j. : to charier of The Lorpri-

.Iltl lOtl those thing : LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'SLAND.
L within its rightful state. I of real commerce and industry. tufl.Nov.. .:> r"f.r? in accordantAih
(; ,;:." Oby the Matt .1 t'i- t ':rl .it Ci>ur!:: of the Fifth Judi- .
-sell N- state can. without committingsuicide I I If the city council collected i its capitalby said ". '.Imonfcs so adopted. none- is
bi:; do not you I (.la! (Circuit: of Fl.mrta. in un ::; .
I .r.ns-dklui individual to take j thepublic. I herely given that the Standar i j.ridHernando
.. permit an by issue of prospectuses to Mari-n County: -In Chancery.
your manhood I Notice is hereby given that on the .
do not thn\\ away : Railroad C'mpany will p-
s.'ul, lain hs: own hands. The appeal who would invest a sovereignon Th City; of ocala, a } Corjxiration. !
the .
whicl I
lunidpl D.
the sake of a statute D. :3<)th day of April. A. ply t<, the governor of th>
for ,
of men has printed in ,a bool which is made to our feelings on the faith of its promises or the reputation : Lozier. Complainant et al. Defendant-Ord will apply! to Honorable .Joseph Bell. : Florida at Tallahassee Florida on

oiu> set behalf of some particular offender. is of its directing committees for Marion i
gathering ma; i r for Constructive county judge in and coun- the21st

and which the next the appeal which has been made all And if the ratepayer" wise he will ;: < Service ry, state of Florida, at his office in. for letters day patent of May amending, A. D.the, 1907.Stand- ,].

\vilbe out. of th; along the line of progress and tried -to I I take care that his money does not find ;I It is ordf-red that the d ft-nJan Ocala in said county for an order au- and & Hernando Railroad Company's

Doea this imperil the existence black it. The growth of civilizationhas its way by compulsion into speculations |l h-rrin named to-wit: S. T. Lozier and authorizing me as guardian of the miner charter heretofore granted alow,: ,

1.. .*ate? Is this anarchy? On the make cone been along the line of substituting where he most assuredly would !I \v. D. b and to they the bill arc of h-rebj complaint heirs of the estate of R. Y. La- 'I That Article III of the chart-r of
: appear
"' it is the only thing which required nier and E. V. Lanier. deceased to said corporation shall be so amended
it-ary, th, public justice for private revenge. never place It by choice. I tiled in this cause on or bore
prosperity of sale the following prop- ; to read as follows:
and I the 3rd of June sell at private
existence day
V the is intol
of things s-iid
state 'I of capital stock of .
The present The amount
withii: ,
It keeps the slate i is further ordered that copy of erty belonging to said estate to-wit: ,
stute: :ecurt'domain and places obedi_ crab!.. The law should be enforced or :' Taxes Rising In Scotland. I I order bo published ,)ncta< week Northeast quarter of southwest corporation shall($500,000)be five divided hundred into ;,

its rightful thus limited upon th changed. Any other road leads to Consul Rufus Fleming of Edinburgh I j for four consecutive weeks in thl quarter and south half of southwest ..thousand five thousand dollars snares of the par value

I. ';\ owe to the state lation of ob-di..m',l' anarchy. calls attention fn a recent report ta thc i': Ocala Banntr. a nlwsppr publisher quarter of section 9. township 15 of one hundred dollars ($)}) per share; ;

I ..* liitiuovaablc f.n fact that during the ten years ending in sail coun state. south. range 22 east; and north half and said capital stock to be pii-i ::n
-- This ISth day of April .
.; ) ---- ----- -- ------- : II01; I >cal taxation: per capita has inleVl : S. T. of northwest quarter of section 16, lawful money of the United Sta > ip .'
act passed by the legislature -
The drainage Sistrnk
.t& THE NEWS-I I rv: >' more than 42 per cent. He ;i I rvrk Circuit Marion .. township 15 south range 22 east on calls made by the Directors in u.-h
GOVE''IOfAND has been declared our. i
r THE of ISO; by however from the above installments as Directors may n
T. E. Biggs, excepting
further states that taxes are especially '
PAPERS. Juiljie Locke. .t" th- federal I circuit Complainant's Solicitor. 4-19 the following described tracts best.:
Aberdeen and Fahle. i lands Article VI of ti' 'harr of
"r \\ uigb in Glasgow That "
\\'" are sorry that Uovt-nior i-. ir: :. t > !' ur. ':. .rVu.;. rut t to-wit: commencing at the southwest oration shall b.' > am-nd .
tht'wspapers : tin three Scotch cities that have aid Coo r
o-r estiinat.of .\ i! NOTICE. of :
ar.l has such a i> corner of the northwest quarter to r-ad as follows:

of K"l >rJda as tll" think T,> :' deepest into municipal ownership, northwest quarter of said section 18, "That on the third Tuesday in F* b- _

\'itftn and \\.intoii\' I and adds that the conclusion SceinShiable ;I As per the requirements of the constitUtion hence north on section line 26-20 ruary of each year there shall tkei''t.'t-

thcyoutI sotll..t .-- .., .; that. whatever benefits ;; of Florida, notice is hereby chains thence east 6.60 chains thence ed: seven stockholders of said corporation -

publish falsf'hoods.ewsplPt'l"s that turn un "I n T. NEEDHEIMFLUMBE municipal; I ownership may have bestowed !given that the board of county commissioners south 19.25 chains. thence east 3.15 as Directors. and that said Dir-: .. to be held on the
their meeting
publish Marion Florida. tors at
the it has wt tendedto cunty. thence south 3.5 chains thence ,
did not : upon masses i chains. shall elect annually. a
editor day.
# i- untrue but the ![will apply to the next ensuing legislature chains thence south 3.15 chs. ', same
re- ; lighten the burdens of taxpayers. : east 2.19 President Vice-President. Secretary V
the tune and always : of Florida for special legisla.tion ___ I
it thence ----
Unow section line -
This Is emphasized by the addt- fact to quarter-quarfer --
I =
discovered as validate ail war
when to legalize and
.ts the mistake west 11.94 chains to point of beginning NOTICE.
sr I the last fiscal of the
that during year
gt'n-l of
the board
could and they rants issued by coantj ;
also tract commencing -
anyone and excepting -
much as i .
. : irie3 the running of all of
make correction.There I i expenses |:commissioners of Marion county. Florida '
L t-rally hasten to editors in : TINNER the revenue producing municipal undertakings for work and materials in con. at a point 57.53 chains west of Notice is hereby given that on the
may be one or two 1 t of Scotland exceeded the receipts istructing tae courthouse at Ocala northeast corner Alvarez Grant in 27th day of March. 1907. T. W. Smith

who would knowingly publish i township 15 south range 22 east. W. Smith & Ca
Florida T. ,
the business as
by 10 per cent in spite of :' for doing
but i Florida, county *')
intent feet tbecce west i
purpes. north 5SO
with malicious thence
all untruth small depreciation allowance John L. transferred and assigned for the benefit
ridiculously ,
Steam Fitter Chairl.
Gas and thence
Take newspaper men as a I feet thence south 301 feet
not more. and the transferring to other accounts -|I J. )1 Mathews, !east 200 feet thence south 2SO feet of his creditors, all of his propertyto t
in veracity I
whole and they will lineup I 1 I of larg Items of expense. j N. A. Fort, to Silver Springs hard road thence the undersigned as assignee; and 1
: '-J
equal to any other class. Editors .?. C.V.. Turner who reside in the state of
I I Ii |I ''east 100 feet to point of beginning; all creditors !

and reporters ar.. we admit. misled i I! Want to Let Go. but C&n't.Do ;i ii S. R. Pyles. Commissioners. ;said lands situate lying and being in Florida are hereby notified to ie! 1
as re- Fitter of
jat times and publUh matters I you remember how you felt the I II : j Marion county, Florida. 'with me their respective claims prop.f

teived. believing them true but con- i I Said lands belonging to tne estateof : to within sixty days fr.m 1 3
I Baths !I flrst time you took hold of an electric [ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF i iI erly sworn ,
,** : are more Y. Lanier and E. V.
none R.
error I the said live
their who
: all creditors
finced battery? It felt rather pleasant at FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS this date; and

ready to correct and apologize by it.-It"'trop-if anyinjury 1 Hot Water Aparatus, I i I first but as the operator turned on I I CHARGE. t best Lanier interest deceased of said to minor be sold heira.for the j beyond the state of Florida are notified i

has been done more current It became very unpleasant i07. ; they must file their claims against
of February
Wash Basins Closets I I I Thi3 2Stix day
olis and you wanted to let jo but 'I''I'I Notice is hereby given that on the M. W. LEE. !said assignor, properly sworn to, J

Roofing Tin, I I couldn't That's the way most citizens I Ii j 8th day of May A. D., 1907. ; 3. 9-5t Guardian.H. within four months from this date.

r Pretti set Flovvjr in the B uquet. I' feel in places! where the city does iw the undersigned will present Ms March 27 1907. 1

So many bouquets hab.'n handed Valley Tin.Cutterings. I i owa lighting. They've got hold of an I'j final accounts and vouchers to Joseph I. S. H. BUTCH

) i toseed mailed and expressel to th? and want to but Bell county judge, Marion county.Florida :I i THALGOTT 3-30 Assignee .1
beautiful & Conductors tiectric plant lett x>, 1.CiA.t. 1.It{ at his office at Ocala, and It _
Ocala Banner Incident to its 'I 1 1I i Proprietor of the _
i ;make final settlement and apply for 1I
office in stock.
Easter Edition that the Banner But. I always I. i final discharge as, administrator of ;[ DUNNELLON BAKERY..Is I BULLS FOR SALE. 1I

is said to resemble a conservatory. i Bonds for municipal plants iscrea estate of J. Porter Smith deceased.November .

mistake not, the most appreciated Estimates furnished applica 2, 1905. ROW prepared to ship Bread Cakes,, I
if we on taxes. Taxes increase ti& cwt of ,- : i Grade and pure bred siortkora,
that has ever visited Editor T. N. SMITH, Piss, Etc, on short notica a '4 guarantees

bouquet Harris' sanatorium is that handsome tion. Twenty-seven years tag ted of doing bnslcesa. t As Administrator of the Estate of J. satisfaction in a'. cases.I ., I home raised and ready for service. -V

grandson.-Tampa News. jierience Parter Smith deceased. ll-2-6as I Give him a triaL I S. H. GAITSKTUi


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FROM CHICAGO TO HAVANA IN A as the official organ of the National ................+ ...+ ... .+..+*.*+..*............++ Pr>- 1.11I.: .._ ..
SLEEPER. ,I Woman Suffrage AI'-"ol' atitoo. Har- J. A. Bouvier ;
t! rid I'pton. treasurer of the Nationaland 1 r. A. SFencert t. E. Lang'

Without Any Government Aid Mr. I president of the Ohio State Saf-:i LEGISLATURE .
Flagler! is Having This Gigantic i i i fmge Association is editor and bu"i I

Work Done-Brief Description 'i, mess manager. i i iI I. 4 Announcement ;
I .... .._ .
cf This Remarkable Rail- .
I Nineteen women have been: d..ctt 1i '. .

road. i I'!'to the Finnish Diet, the first time in : ACHILLES BEARD AS HE APPEARED WHILE! WINNING.

|; history it is said that women h.ue'i' : HIS VICTORY AND AFTERWARDS-THE TACTFUL ADAMS j We have just purebred the splendidly ..quippedmachinery .

Within IE1s than thre years it will i|! been elected to any National f'arlia- ,' .. FRANK CLARK'S MISTAKE. .. p.antof. the 1 Yonge and Cline Co and

bt possible' to board a sleeping car Britain ment. and Finland larger than Great1:i : ............ .-.N.NrNNN1t.N.NNN..NN.N. j I and solicit: a share of the repair. work of )J.l ion t

in Chicago and travel without changeto ot repairing
In Iowa have bond We mate a specialty
women suffrageand
I counties.
Havana Cuba. That possibility will I J Written Especial! for the Ocala Banner by Miss Jefferson Beii.Tallahai. : adjuining I I
at an in which they participated etc.

t mark the practical completion of the I at Ida Grove recently not one ,! t..n..Wff.................. .. .. .. .. .......... .....f...JI.. ...-.. ....... ........................................... ... ... .....TT..T..T..O............... ... .. .. .. . & .. .. ._ ._ .. I steam pumps gas engines, I "
West extension of the FloridaEast WV : -i
of the 68 ballots cast by uomen werej I Let us cuote you prices. ..iI \:

Coast railroad from :Miami south- {j thrown out whereas twenty-five men'svotes '. April] l--"Fri.\ty: 1.1-1 i friends whom h.> WGnttrt; i ii ,

ward 126 t miles', to the farthest outpost had to be counted out. A newspaper !j ways the fairest >'f the f.'ult ...t." has i with a l'it-\.r -Tory. (

: of the sickle-shaped chain of islets correspondent says the women |j been the worst 'ot week Senator : Ocala Gas Engine

,: which curve around the southern extremity voted unanimously for public improvements days. It rains before breakfast. then 'I'I Frank Adams made a un-strike by',' I

of Florida. Engineers, who and demonstrated that they I theun l'I.mtnut with a deceptive getting a. committee" appointed: to in

have had to drat with big problemsIn are all boosters." promise of fair weather, lung enough \I sped the abandoned university build-

+' railroad building pronounce this Eleven hundred persons attended a I to lure us out, then the gates open ings at Lake City and make a report > Company.J

one of the most noteworthy feats undertaken woman suffrage meeting at Cooper I and the floods descend. Fortunately to the legislature. The Cone resolution L11- \

s by any transportation system Union! in New York a few evenings the afternoons have been fine, and the had been defeated, the figh t -- ii:

in recent years. since. The meeting was under the evenings likewise. I have reached the I against it having been led by Senator j I : ;
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The difficulties to btovercome ar e auspices of the Political Equality conclusion that all the excitement of f Buckman. The committee being ap- --- -

nothing short of monumental. All material League 'for Self Supporting Women the week that is just closing has beene I 1

including concrete, must be which numbers 2,000 members. too much for me. I feel demoralized enteeing I j

shipped by boat from Miami near president i is Harriet Stanton Blatch, and am on the verge of brain-fag or i tablishment of the technological insti-! McMillan Bros.

which town it is quarried, and the daughter of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. nervous pr<"--tration. Senator Broome i tute asked by the people of Lake City i I _

same is true of all fuel, supplies, wa The hit of the evening was th. 'I is very fond of quoting: ; Senator Adams i is; probably th.> mo ti I i ..

ter, etc., for the m-n upon the work. j "H,' would rather im a gibbt-t i : ph--i! ':
speech of a ;young! cap maker, a little I ild.ngU- o.pVrrat: in tiv !< sisla- Works
In many places, in order to get supplies Russian Je\ve.s. i Than nu>< !hip gnat desire to iran ii1rH. H<. ian .mlrihlr< m::xtmv Southern Copper

the supply boats have to travel I. ." .,
gkT'i. :. st.'t.-5-u! i'i-''!!''iu! .n,

8 or 9 miles out of their way to reach A Tree that G.-ves Milk. I II .- ';;"<.rt :,'..,:'.. >:.. ',- ,'. ,..'- ';:'''oi.-tt. r. ,':t..i. ,.1 j a'l r.'Un-l' so.i]

a point not over a ;.nil" distant in a .. i'd tn'a! : ;>. r. .'.. .. -: : :... .w. Au.!i...i ,:.'.: nienti'ni'r. .;'i 1 Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
lit ?.uni! .Ir."rtZm is a <'i.uU.: .,iil: r ._
straight line. !Every drop of waterustd I ,. ". i 'I.,.!'. :.,,": :.... :. : J:. ,r' :,'. ::. ilebuti r f ,. '. ., .".--1". ,:1"i-; !

,, by th" nl'.n art 1 ':1'hiu.'ry !I.t* | n'" nol'd'Ig. : .. ::11 iluv.. ,- :\: -i th.1if1. jIts T'!.. .. .;. :.' : ; inu.:.. h,. .- '. .- "' 'i.i :.- -" and General Metal Workers.
i I- '.1i.
+ lcB!
.n. i .1\.
,, i. >" been and till t'"ntillu tll be, tranport1 :- : : :i ..; 1'" ., '.:,. ,, .
in tanks snor.than H 0 milt" ', iik.! t!:.' fin''! '." ::.i1\! It !i-; hlh' ; ; : : J.J.i" ,;. 'i.-' ; :. :, :-..:', :. ....,-. t. :.: : :! ---- -----------

i.iitri!!,....- .1-1 \\.11 LJX t'.irh! .
All K- y Wt .:,bom !7o A' ill,-j i \.t: r. ,, t- I..'' :'., -' ; : .. \" ; !>,, .. ,_ < 'id Stilts! taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
u. nf ,. ... "Ul'dl.! '.
: t' I H'
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shall"u uU' r, is !>'II' ', '" !'"d.l'l ,:" '. ''. ,. .} .. . mail
.. \ i y'! .j ): : ; '. ;u ,.. : through the country a specialty. Orders by or
!' :;; r"' i'r.; 'i' Sfiio.l f-i- k
and filt! .I in: hy i i.ui la! .;" '.t'-dl-? '"';. ,I ..\.n i:: :4..' .'.rather.nd: \ h. : .. :::tt- ,.,' : '. ; 'h.. '. .d.' ;. .,' !':.;.. G!;; r:::'..,,'i "."T. "i'ii;iJ! '. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

Thiill be UM'd fur e\t.-nsj\e ilixk-l I :- 'i. .. .,'..! .
.. Ii. .I'U : !i"'! ;" :: 1- -,1. i :!!' : :1.' it .
i iiitii'i: ti: ta.t. nf i uv.-: ,,-1. i ill \\ :i:< 1: fiirwi110'Irk'; -
and terminals from which an 1It' ; (n."iit,. '." 'j}:, .iii-rij! :; 'r. .: M... i i'v r.' :. Liki.-'sj IL \.,- ,..1- :it..t'a-..-ftl.t
i !lna/Jlln !ii.1- i j'n --t. i' .1 1. It is ] '
going ferry will tran>iK rt tars iliivctly I little! ihirk-r than rdni.iry milk, and |I i-d Stat- .i'If!,-r-.I 11.ii -uff/jj- '.1- 11- !j. :- ;;- : .....i.. "t-nn.i ..J; 'T -:-. FAYETTE ILlE K. C. SAVANNAH GA
to Havana. The present plants include I gr.'. \'. sjrunt'-'l. I I ,...'.'. .. ."
has the'fei-ling .t" sir. ;[;' and 1 1'a.- ? I.! i i ><;rk tii < r a v it- :' 'v ;, c !
in the mouth .f
the construction at Key West of liquid : Ci SONVItI.E FLA MOBILE ALA
juice. If left standing a few hoursa I :'l.nditl! tiiiar-; that aft"-risn.>n. K- oar: "xvs I 1 ii" read :vutiic:' i:yvvll i'< \ "1 ;'<'r 1 .

one large dry-duck and ten wharves, thkk oily cream arises. When it i > flashing uith int'-n>t' f-. king. ;!i- I th,- candidate (Of ilia! fhi'.to! ; !':1 dry
each 800 feet long and 100 feet wide, has the consistency of soft A u\\erfnl voicy. res-onant and well modulated this clause thr- purna"i' voter
with basins :200 feet wide between in ringing through the srnatt- would be enabled to show tJt'J\! if -- .......7"" '
[ recent traveler in South America saysh ry a- -- __-__ _=___ __ .JOcolo
which the depths of water will be has drunk chamber, holding his audience in rapt the goods. Although the opposition$ I is':
from 20 to 40 feet Great piers will afford large quantities of it, '
both as it came from The tree and also attention as he recited the story of in the minority the fight is so d..l..r-
berths for 40 boats 4w: ) feet
mixed with or the ratifying of those amendments. At mined that this clause will be slaughtered
tea coffee
which i it
With the harbor facilities afforded by its close he sat like a stoic through the before it is One
combines finished. energetic
better than
the work in contemplation it is exIrted milk. He House Wine I
that Key West will! almost immediately !declares that it is extremely nourish balloting, and when the vote was an- member said that as soon as th. Roonjs ;

ing, and that when he: could get this ,I nounctnl he I leaned forward pale to the real meaning of this clause pe.rmratil ,(
rank with Xew Mobile
Orleans !
llipand asked the the the ossified heads of of
sap he always preferred it secretary result some the members
to cowV
and Galveston as a rommercial rmilk.. The milk is obtained either : : "Twenty-three to live in favor from the rural districts, the y I! TRY OUR
port, and that a large portion of th i ie
bruising the bark of the trunk of the of the resolution. Then the aplause would vote solidly against it. Tho- |

passengers, fast freight and express tree or by again rang through the hall. members are generally honest and sin-1:
breaking the
business between Cuba and the United
branches when it flows The state convention of county superintendents sere: but their minds act slowly. : i OLD
very freely, so lLEGHANy
States will be secured to the road, I,
much so that several quarts may be and school officials hasfaten I was glad to see "Lawyer MiWilj j
well fair share of the
as. as a great
obtained from a single I in session here sinceWednesday Hams" on the right side of this fight
volume; of shipping that will some day tree within a i
few hour's time.-Harper's morning. The leading educators of thestate for he is a good fighter. Mr. McWU- !
be going through the Panama canaL .
---. -- ------ I are in attendance and the meetings ]tams led the fight to pass over thej I

WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES.A Some Political Ethics. have been full of interest. "State governors bill providing that the -PURE YE0

S According to Editor L'Engle's system Uniformity of Text Books" received a moneys belonging to the internal improvement =

black eye at the hands of the conven fund should be paid to the
series of meetings in the interestof of political ethics, any man who
tion. The convention was tendered a state treasury and which was vetoed
woman suffrage is about to beheld is to
any or all of GovernBroward's r reception at the Leon Hotel Tuesday 1, by Governor Broward last session
; in Ohio. llev. Anna II. Shaw. I
policies, is the hireling evening, and again at the College for I'nder this act the "usefulness" of the Put 4 full
president of the National Woman I Qts
:- Snftrage Association, will be the principal agent or representative of the interests Women Thursday night. The convention I, trustees would be at an end, as no up

\, ," otherwise the holds the palm for being money;! could be drawn out of the
_, ." speaker and will visit Elyria, trusts and cur "
\., Cleveland Geneva, Jt-1 t'fsunshtab- porations. largest organized lobby that has tht'j. treasury except as appropriated by the in Fancy Cartoons

to Tallahassee so far this session. Its: legislature. In his argument Mr. Mc-
ula. Conneaut. Lisbon Clyde Fremont. The gist of his argument seems to
business, however, is perfectly proper Williams very adroitly avoided any
and From Ohio
fSandysky Springfield. Delivered
be this
x : All of Governor Broward'spolicies and legitimate and will result in good. mention of this fact which is cleverly at your.
Miss Shaw will go to New York state .
are designed for the good of Opinion is divided as to the address concealed by the wording of the bill
I : to attend county conventions of wo- l
man suffragists. the people; those thereforeho oppose uf lIon Frank Clark to the convention The man who drew that bill is an artist Express Office '

Woman suffrage it-ties have been them, are against the people.: Wednesday evening at the Hall of the whoever he is.

organized recently In .Mississippi, b)' I Now, let us apply this principle and I House of Representatives. Mr. lark! The streets are full of notables. Former

Miss belle Kearney at Biloxi, Vicks- I see how it works. Editor L'Engle / is a fine speaker, but it is to be regretted Governor Jennings, Hon. C. A.Car"On. For

that he chose this F. A. Peter S3.20
burg lawn City McComb and Clinton has repeatedly condemned the editors: occasion for Captain Htndry

One of Mississippi' candidate of the Times-Union the Tampa Trib I his very violent attack upon so called O. Knight Tom F. MeBeath, county

une and the Gainesville yellow journals. The things he said superintendents galore, J. Walter Hes -
,.. ;, for governor is i advocating partial woman Sun, becauseof :
suffrage in his campaign speech their opposition to gubernatorial are unquestionably true, but this ua hoe prospective caner ate for con Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey write foi

es. policies and has branded thf-m as the no occasion to say them.: Mr. narkhas gress against Hon. W. B. Lamar. ; !.

Progress, is the name of a pal*.r tools of corporations. According to been a very interesting figure at Frank Clark Rev. C. C. Carroll of complete Price list.

.r published monthly at Warn.n. Ohio, his view, whatever they advocate is the capital this week. lie is a genial Ocala and many others.

for the benefit of "the interests" and companionable; man and generally was Truly, now all road lead to Talla-

against the good of the people. I the center of an admiring group of ha"!' -e. : ,

7" i SLEEP[ BROKEN f Bf I uniformity Krgo, the, which'lct- 'reary was bill prepared for state and I Ocala House Wine Rooms,>

I! introduced by the editor of the Gaines- describe them but perhaps it will not A Word About Citra. I OCALA. FLORIDA. ,

vine Sun and embraces the \ie\\s! of be out of place to .mention a superb Rev. ThoK. W. Watts, a Kentucky i

I the governor is against the interestsof looking cup, mounted on an ebony: win-1
G [ -
itinerant preacher, spent: the past
the people and designed for the stand, which was presented by the:
ter and spring at Citra, and has th el
benefit of the American Hook company, house of leprei.entati of the state:

which is trying to dtfeat it. Here we of Florida, of which Mr. Wartmann is: following.. words to say about this'I) 'v

Skin Whole Body Covered for a have a contradictory state of things a member. pretty little Marion county town: 1

but doubtless Editor L'Engle's ethics -
Year-Awful Itching Kept Suf- contain something to reconcile them. At half past eight Mr. and Mr.s' Our stay in Citra has been exceedingly

ferer Awake Half the Night- I At the same time t\e find that the { Wartmann descended the stairs andwith ] pleasant. The people here

Dr. and )lrs. Moore and Mr. Allison have received us into the church relations
Tried All Times-Union: is
: Kinds of Remedies but opposed to uniformity
while the Wartmann their only son, took and social life with the utmostcordiality
.. They Had No Effect. Tampa Tribune favors it. their in line and
As Editor L'Engle seems ready with : place were the recipients and kindness. And now 0
of innumerable good '" ishesand that so many are expressing Christ
an explanation for everything, it w ml
CUTICURA I be felicitation. ian affection for us at our prospective
interesting to read
REMEDIES his explanationwhy I II AND
: I these three alleged corporation :'olrs.Vartmann was strikingly beautiful parting we feel that we hash LAST

A PERFECT SUCCESS"I organs do not unite and come to the in a gown of white brocade with l I found brethren and friends indeed _

I aid of the book trust in its efforts to a touch of blue and Mher. Mrs. Moore I wish, howev, to tell :you more I

f_ wish to let you know that I have def,'at uniformit '.Punta Gorda H>r- was, as always', quietly elegant: in a L of Citra. I consider it an i ideal place

used one set of Cuticura Remedies ald. costume of black and white silk. for nt and recuperation and climat

.. one cake of Cuticura Soap one box of ic influence. The people are refined Mean '
Cuticura but two vials of During the evening a musical program $ $ made to all
Iteeolvent Pills which cost Cuticura me a THEIR SILVER WEDDING. was' rendered. Mrs. Eula Kells and cultured and since they receive who "v (i

dollar and twentv-five cents in all. visitors with so much cordiality it becomes buy or .
For formerly of Citra, but now of Beaver.Pa. ., wear them
a yejjtl have had what they call eczema On the evening of Thursday, the ., charmed everyone with her de a very home for quiet and rest. In Stp1
1 h4u I ease and
an itching all over mv body, and I Before the freeze of 1894-5 Vitra durability "Shre'ld ,
when 1 would retire for the night it eighteenth of April "The Oaks," the lightful voice. Mrs. Mickler. the gift Brand'
.would keep me awake half the night, beautiful residence of Mr. ed wife of the Rev. John Mickler, add in the lead as to orange culture It tee the mark of '
and )Irs. perfection
And the more 1 would scratch, the more ed much to the pleasure: of the evening is claimed here that no finer an Ilarger 80i.0 B'Y
it would itch. I tried all kinds of remedies Edgar Laurence Wartmann, at Citra groves could be found any RtLII\OLe NeAGI1A Te
by her ability as a pianist. Others
but could pet no relief. A friend : 9eC OILY
rJ mine told me to try the Cuticura presented a most lovely scene, the oo- added to the musical program, where. There was one continuous KISER C .alulra

Remedies which I did; and am very t'a..ion being the twenty-fifth anniversary 'amongst the number being Miss M. stretch of groves for nine or ten """-wa. ..
glad I tried them, for 1 ways completely miles around Orange Lake and ATLANTA ;A.
oured. If any
t't troubled with the fame disease, 1 reception hallsas decorated At ten o'clock a buffet luncheon was 5WOW boxes and more
will cheerfully recommend the Cuticura I I Since that time the trees have beenkilled
served in the dining room. The tta:
Remedies, and if 1 know any one who with delicate trailing \ines. The so frequently! that it has been -
want to know how 1 cured myself, I !i and coffee urns were presided: over
; mantel banked impossible to keep all the
was with groves
shall be glad to tell them. Walter W. crimson roses by Mrs A. C. White and Mrs. Wyckoff up.

raglusch, 207 X. Robes St., Chicago, I Bowls of the same rich flowers while Miss Emily Askew a cousinof They were seriously damaged by the i :
11L, Oct. S and 16, 1906.." freeze last" December, but not many'were !!
i i w ere effectively placed about the Mrs. Wartmann, assisted by a bevy
f entirely killed. The shipment j;+...... sTTTTTTTT ,
I room, while the of girls, attended to the wants
glow from crimson, young .. ....
1 this year was in round numbers :20-) I .........
shaded candles and lamps added of the guests and delighted their eyes :: ........
CUTICURA i OOG boxes. I have seen some of the I WANT
i i j warmth and light. Throughout there by the dainty gowns they wore. largest and finest forests of pine near j BIG CROPS{ THE IJSE IDEAL
"t of the door which was thrown The home of Mr. and Mrs. Wart I : FERTILIZER 1
The Great
Skin Cure and Purest I Citra that I ever saw; said to be the .
:' open to the guests a bridal white prevailed mann has ever been noted for its hospitality OUR
I and Sweetest of Emollients. finest in the state. They are profitable :: BOOKS WILL
in the decorations. The keynoteof and there has never been an TELL YOU
worked for turpentine and lum
Cuticura Ointment iE, beyond question :, the whole scheme of decoration was occasion on which it was; dispensed .,"FL ORIDAEGETABLES"A
., the most successful curative for i simplicity and the effect vt the light more freely. Every one present felt ber. Florida is suffering one of the plete manual on Florida com4 IRISH POTATOES oaf
torturing,disfiguring humors of the kin worst drouths in her historySince crops. "So
j gracefulines and flowers it good to have been there and took Seed
and scalp,including loss of hair yet compounded against the last September there have been only Planting and CUlt'tlon -
in proof of which a single I massive woodwork of the house was their departure with sincere expressions : 4J "FLORIDA ORANGES" Effect of Fertilizers
three showers of any significance in -Book Digging
anointing with Cuticura Ointment preceded i indescribably beautiful. The guest s of pleasure and of kindest wishes of and Shipping
by a hot bath with Cuticura Soap, this locality Since December there special> interest to orange
I were reecived at the door by lissBHd for the continued happiness of their grow- "PI E
and follow ed in tbeseverercases APPLE
by a dose has been one day daring which the ers. FERTILIZING"--pf
of Cuticura Insolvent (Liquid or Pilla), Wartmann. sister of the host, and host and hostess. special 1
sun did not shine. When I reach interest
is often sufficient to afford immediate re 'I Mrs. John W 'ckoY. In the library they There were quie a number of : to pineapple \
lief in the most distressing forms of itch- were received guests Winchester I hope to meet: you and J "FLORIDA growers, .
ing, burning and humors delightfully entertained present from different places neat "IDEAL
scaly ,eczemas demonstrate by the tan I wear what
ra>Les, and irritations, permit rest and by Sirs. Moore, wife of the Citra, among the number being MissM. sunshine can do tor a Kentuckian. Booklet on "Soil Varieties, Cul all of FERTILIZERS" -Book

'rt sleep, and point to a speedy cure whenmost distinguished minister. Dr. T. W. j I B. Wartmann, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. ,!1 I. tivation and fertilization." our different brands, an&ly-
if not all, other remedies and j ses,
even Moore, and Mrs. Herschel Fudge of prices, etc
physicians fail. Bittinger Mr. and Mrs. E. L Carney Prominent church people have form New and
Atlanta. In a corner of the verandaadjoining Mrs. B. W. Minims Miss Irma BlaKe I I revised edition of the above
fete Eiterul and Internal Treatment for I ed a civic league in Jacksonville to Just published
firry Humor of latest. C'tIllt1nADd Adults conWCM delicious punch was served and Mr Eugene Cat, who went up ,control the politics of that city and for askin g. 4
of CXitlrur* SCAD tSe.l:: to Cteanse the : .
elm In the library
'fullrurt Ointment (50c. to Heat the akin,and Cuti- were displayed the many from Ocala. keep out corruption.. Unfortunately WILSON I & TOOMER
ruts Rnohrnt Mud t'tll.! S5f. per vial ol 60) U I'url.'y tie B;(x l. : when these leagues enter politics they : COMPANY
hold throughout the world. Potter Drug *, lllt m. by friends as testimonial, of arec- 'Now there is J J ti
UrrP.__. Suir rfupo.. Boston, Mi.'& I a war bring mad e soon become familiar with the monster Z 4CK50NVILj F
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Our Mail Orders Are Increasing by LeapS l IMPROVEMENTS IN A JERSEY TOWN t1e. and Tin Cans. District Thomas F. WestInto&.

INSIDE AND OUT. I Cleveland, O.. has converted its garbage District 2-John S. Beard, Peaai-

| and nubisb.: troubles into a source cola.

---- .- and Bounds Civic Advancement or profit, the Kansas
says Star.
: a Seen at Moot '{ City District 3-John Neel, Westyille.

da I r-Better Street and Removal of ; v..1. f'' rrin hrn. president of ea District 4-Theop. West. Mariaona.

Garbage Improteil Train Service j I hoard: of public service of Cleveland District 5-\.. J. Alford. Carrafcelle.

.3 : : I:0i.; '' ': :. {'. ;: '' :: '. .\ .. : } :.i : i. Sewing School For Children. I was visitor at the mayors office rs- District 6-James E. Broome, Quia-
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: : ; : : .. .... : work is being done in cities i I Gently told how that city has solved c)
i. ,. .tt. "b.1;;.&:" ;"'''%:l', .i<.' c .;., "... .;:& ;,.,.:. ., :;Z-.1. .
<< '> "' 'and towns which the that are
< : : does not receive problems now harassing District 7-Park
a -
{ (. .::x. ;' 'j:1tr: t ;:;. :';,,'.. :" : I I. Trammel .
...:\v ". tj proper amount of credit. This i N be- City. Lakeland. ."
: < : :. r cause of tae unobtrusive I ""'> have rubbish District
': waiD a collection department S-John W. Henderson, Tal
ji1t: :
r :: : > ; I which it J Ii done in instances. independent of the lahassee.
.? ::: : .. : .. ,J. .. ..". ., r many garbage:
I\. "'' !' The true value of such work would department: ," said Mr. Springbora. District 9-W. K. Jackson, Inver
." :. ;.. : i i best he recognized if it were suddenlyto "V.hat do we do with the rubbish? ness. 1

i 7 { come to.:1. stop, says Margaret Me- That's easy. The city buys small District 10-C. L. Leggett Green .

:' CRe K LOAD r net Mmm-ipiJ Sews i tracts of ground that are in deep holes l ville. .';

soLiD Work of this nature is being: done formed by the grading of streets. The District 11-James E. Crane Tam

R ) s { by the Town Improvement association property owners, are required to deposit pa.
.r e ;t WHlSKIES l i
of Montdair. X. J., a place to make ; their rubbish in barrels boxes District 12.-A. J. Winburn, Mayo.

\ '01'. UNION RYE one draw deep breath of satisfactionin or other receptacle that can be easily: District 13-F. 31. Hudson, Miami. ||
PilECHT Ptop,
QC& [LVWEHOUSE! H.J OCALA. rLA, contemplating it as a residence. I handled. District 14-F. P. Cone Lake City ,fj

r This association, organized in IS H. is I "The rubbish is collected by city ems District 15-J. B. Crews Lake But .]

working:: along the lines laid out in the I plorees: an,! sorted out. The bottles ler. !.ii

4 beginning except in what I U being don Aland I papers are sold. The ashes and i District 16-Thomas S. Davis, Fer 4

q'yJ pSian for children!! the! latter being regarded tin cans are dumped in the holej I nandina. ,

JIl' as an important advance step. Other bought by the city.( Avian the holes iDstrict 17-J. R. Newlan, Live Out t'

work has to10 with matters which are nearly filled! we put on a coveringof District 13-H. H. Buckman Jack

nuke IHV comfortable in a small town. clean earth and convert the property sonville. 'i"
s And this is; the work the benefit o? into public playgrounds for the chil District 19.-Louis C. Massey Or

which would best be seen were it suddenly dren. Then we get from 1:; to :33 lando. '

r.I, :. : to stop. It is like that prosaic cents a hundred pounds for the paper District 23-D. H. Baker. Orange -1*
and half a cent each for the bottles.
.i> matter of getting three meals a day J
1 Last year we sold 300,000 bottles. The
for the members of one's hou>ehod.! 21- _:

No oue thinks of talking much about result'; District 22-W. M. Girardeau Mon !
1 "We convert unsightly; holes in valuable .
Do You Wonder Why? i i it, yet havoc would ensue it it were city property Into playgrounds ticello. .
District 23 1. N.
overlooked hours. Withers, LaJy-
twenty-four We get rid of our rubbish at small

f The ordinance for cost and trouble, and the is clean." lake:
prompt city
:. We buy in car load lots and give our customers the advantage removal of snow from sidewalks was ")\) the householders; co-operate?" District 24-W. Hunt Harris Key

of what we save. Best goods, lowest prices, quickest delivery-" drafted and pushed through by the efforts "They are glad t<> have a place to get West.

1 of the :Montclair Town Improvement rid of their rubbish. They call us uy District 25-S. W. Clark, Blounta-
that's what does the business!
-- -- I' when the barrels are full. town. -
I association, a work the good of
H. J. \!' will not be denied by city folk "How about garbage?" District 26-E. S. Crill. Palatka.
OCALA WINE HOUSE PR.EOHT, "The householders are required t> District 21-Jos.
who Humphreys..
in the
| go anywhere country to
ProprIetor. "' have ;garbage; cans as you do here. It
dNNOW4NNNON I! spend Sunday and who have to make Bradentown.
f cost us $IOtlt>O1 last year to collect
.NNNN ...N4NNNNNN.4N..4.. an early train back Monday morningi and dispose of our garbage.:: But ti' District 23-Frank W. Sams NewS -

HAVE YOU SEEN OUR PRICE OUR NEW SALOON IS UP-TO-DATE i regardless of a blizzard overnight. tallow fertilizer and horse hides yrna.

J LIST? PAY US A VISIT. i Street signs guiding the stranger to brousht us a revenue of $loo.omx, Tl1:1twip'll District 29: -E. E. Conova, Saadersoi. -
.. his destination were secured by this out the cost. We have a reduction

+....................*..+> NN.N.NIN.O.NNiNNw i same agency after efforts extending plant eight miles from the city. I District 30-Frank Adams, Jasper.:;

: over four years. Through the work of The garbage; is hauled in tight wagons i. Listrict 31-Lewis W. Zim. St. Aug
to steel dump ears on the altiiiori! ustine.
the association, assisted by Robert M.
and Ohio These
railway. cars ar
') Boyd, assemblyman, the amended law District :32:: -H. H. McCreary, Gaiae
owned the Each
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-------- by city. ton garbage ; -
dance After dinner nay -er\nl the 1 providing for the collection of garbagei brings us from $, to $;>.:"iO when ville.

parking: iiiiust-- gas for action i and a.-.ues Li towns under certain conditions It is desiccate The grease alone from --
anthe) light finta.-tic towa> trip- : way approved by the legisla- each: ton of garbage: brin- in ;$3.; If House of Representatives.

.. I.eil until UK- call fur hume at four i i j ture. This i is a good measure but Is the householders don't collect and d... Alachua-T. A. Doke, Santa Fe;

oVliiek.Mr. one that I1(' ds. still further attention posit the rubbish and :garbage: yi proper Syd L. Carter Gainesville.

Aloody prod himself an ideal I some difficulty having! arisen iu the receptacles so the city can hand]

hostes.- and all left wishing him many disposal: of garbage. As the town is It, a sanitary inspector; takes! them iut, Baker-L. C. Coob, Olustee.

PEPPERS return for his kindness and genero-: I II| allowed to contract for only one yearat court. We have a sanitary inspectorfor Bradford-E. S. Matthews Starke;

._; MtV, i a time it is a difficult matter to find : each ward." H. E. Peeples, Dukes.

anyone willing to equip himself with .t Brevard-Wade- H. Jones Titus-

HOUNTAIN I HERBSNature's The Largest in the World. 'I horses and wagons without a guaranty : I I II TREES IN TOWNS. \'il1e.I .

I for the work for a longer period I I Calhoun-A. Mar Wilson, Blosatj-
.. f.- I than twelve months. Their Ren at? 4nitue.<. the Wood town.
.. .1 1' The largest bank :n the world is in I From the beginning the association man's Despoiling In Forests.
Citrus-J. W. Knight Floral
t's London. has: worked for improvements !in railroad In aa address delivered before the
Own Remedy! FaJi I Clay-J. B. Long, Green Cove
e The largest church is In Rome. service. Trains have been added New York Tree Planting association its
Ti-! largest stock exchange is in i: from time to time and the schedule president, Cornelius B. Mitchell( said:
A sure safe lasting cure for Constipation Biliousness Dyspepsia Rheumatism altered to suit the convenience of the "In proportion to its cost there U Columbia, M. S. Knight, Lake City.H. .
., Kidney troubles. Indigestion, etc. It is purely vegetable, positively Sea York. L. Avant. Fort White.
contains neither alcohol, mercury nor calomel Write for valuable medical information public. The surroundings of the station really no way in which one can benefit
free) if you suffer from any symptoms of the above named disorders. The loftiest structure in the \\orldt too have been improved. Wherei Dade-John W. Watson. Miami.
the city, both in ad ling to its health
in Paris. i once were heaps of ashes and old DeSotoH.. Hooker Arcadia.
LuMoneuie"uenie7 I and beauty, more than: by planting
[Six Month's Treatment $1.00 |II| I The largest brewery is in St. Louis. i ii I lumber one now sees flower beds and trees, and in New York there are al. Duval-I. L. Farris and S. H. Mel

i There also is the largest tobacco factory -J, grass. Instead of a plaza, dusty In ton, Jacksonville.
'! Also sold direct or at all dealers inC: ; and SOe. packages. summer and muddy in winter there ways individual who have both tIMdesiJ'
| Escambia
in the world. j -R. Pope Reese, Pensa:
'" and to do when
MOUNTAIN HERB CO.. Knoxville. Tenn. The largest suspension bridge is in |'! are now good pavements. @ ability good cola; M. Q. Baggett, McDavid.
Another line of work pursued by the their attentiou is drawn t> the great
4' New York. FraJklio-J. F. C.
Griggs, Apalachi-
I association is: the movement by the results that can be accomplished at a

i The largest hospital in the world is health inspector to place in tenement I moderate expenditure of money." cola.

For Sale By I in Paris. home distinct rules Gadsden-J. H. Willis, Quincy; W. "
I printed in Italian There is no doubt of the truth of the
Tydings & Co., Ocala, Fla. .nti-Monopoly Drug Store Ocala Fla. I The largest stone structure the and English, to assist tenants in living remark of President Mitchell says the L. Taylor, Branchville.

world is in Egypt. ,I In a sanitary maner. A sewing school Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. But Hamiton-John Bradshaw Jell-

'., -.---- --.r -- The largest public gardens are in I I Is held. every Saturday in the old II- there is :something: ( else to be done than nings; L. G. Register, Jasper.
| brary building from 9:30: to 11:30. This Hernando-C. S. Brook
the to plant
LAKE WEIR ITEMS.Special The largest river is in South Amer- j| suggestion .
| was undertaken three ville.Hillsborp.
years ago
OVER BRAZIL FINANCES lea i trees. There are yet forests in the
cor. Ocala Banner j and has become quite systemttiied today -W. W. K. Decker Tarpon
The largest monument in the worldis United States, and there are woodlands
Mr. John Carney and Mr. Dick in Washington. i From sixty to 8lity-flr children of rare beauty. But the forest are Springs; John R. Dudley, Plant
s .'i"s Spedal to the Ocala Banner: j attend these clflisei. They commence
Christian will in a few days will Th largest life insurance companies being destroyed by the ax of the chopper City.
New York. April ::..-New York coffee : I with the simplest patch and last jear
: launch are In New York. and the remaining woodland in Holmes-D. J. Paul Bonifay.
\ a beautiful SH-P. motor boat.Mr. the older girls made shirt waist luits
dealers, aw worried over persistent : Carney is the manager of theCarny I The largest stove factory 1'4 in Detroit for themselves. lAst summer tie the more thickly settled portion of the Jaclson-Ed. Williams GraceTtUe;

rumors of trouble with the' Brizil- Investment company and will 'Mleh.Th school board aulated this work IB Cflatncinl country are perishing a* much from H. C. Neai, Bascom.

, Ian valorization plan. The local trade build a barge to haul the fruit from( greatest Havana cigar factories way. Cooking classes! have neglect as tbe forests are perishing Jefferson-S. D. Clarke. Monticeilo;

has presumed a great deal upon the the island and the other groves in his are in Tampa Fla. been introduced and met with IUCCHI. from the ax. J. D. Thompson, Lloyds.
The largest spring in the world is It Is well' to plant trees and to ad
charge. In order to make tale work thoroughly Lafayette-D. G. Geiger
success! of the scheme, and if it goes located near Ocala. Afice their growth by careful attention ,
The prospects are very flattering fora practical only tha plainest kind of Lake-S. P.
Kirkland Altoona S.
wrong it will mean a whole lot to the and by the exercise of some pa- ;
larg crop of fruit from the groves cooking Is taught. F.
that the Charlotte" Harbor Is I deuce and much wst hfuln"*. Nothing Leesburg.
big hoU'It'cTht': rumors were around the lake. making a great Followiag this work of teaching
up contribute more to the beauty of Lee-F. J. Wilson, Fort Myers.
South American republic had exhausted The modest home of 'Mr. W H. demand for deep water. They havebeen I the children to usefulness Into
slighted the a city or town or more to the comfortof Leon-A, S. Wells and Gilbert
its funds, and will soon h:1t..) Moore was the scene of gaity Tuesday: by government long their own homes, the association later
stop buying coffee. This rumor was evening, the occasion being a dancegiven j! enough.-Kernandina Record. I gave seed to the pupils of the Che+t- the citizens than trees suitable! to Hartsfield. Tallahassee.
: cities and climate
or towns to the peculiar
Levy-J. N.
strongly denied in some quarters and complimentary to .Miss Gladys I nut street school and offered a prize Willis Willistoa.
In which the
readily credited In others, and liken Tolmie, of Nashville a niece of Mrs..j I The Pensacola Journal is not mak-i| for the best home garden. In many city or town may be Liberty-Sidney D. Johnson Brte-
.t located. But there I is
a duty even more
'. cireulated Mrs. J. T. Carson, who inc, .)od v fast its assertion that to!.
>tty reports that have been : has btot'n.i: -- I wry I'I I'Ir. j cases: the children not only supplied important and it Is involved in the
to stock up with iting her for the past month. Delicious :\ FUgler! interfered with the election Madison R.
'ince Brazil began their own families with vegetables, but safety of the remaining forests and H. Rowe. Madison; It.
coffee' weaned a few friends: away refreshments were ser\ed about midnight : of every officer on the east coast I I had some to eell. The enterprise of woodlands. L. Millinor. Ellaville.

from the pit at valorization.. It has from contable to United States sena- | one tot Is worth recounting. Havingno : Possibly and altogether probably the Manatee-A. J. Pettigrew, Manatee
the month that The friends of iMrs. Moore, th? clover tor. The Times-Union asked it to i,
been during past of in which to
plot ground plant Marion
I planting of trees in cities and towns -E. L. Warimann Cttra;
in New York hostess, are under obligations make:: good its assertion by giving;
houses many
the big
.. some of her seed, she sowed it in an old dis'a- would turnthe attention of the publicto Ceo. G. Mathews, Ocala.
the Brazilian government for the delightful, pleasures oftht' :names etc., and the matter ends. I
are spending on I which she kept on of a wood
I pan top the beauty: and the value of timber Monroe-C. L. Knowles and W. H.
$ to a greater extent than they evening. I -- I' pile. An effort i is also proceeding to and of foliage. In that respect the advice
would be willing ti admit. Oonversa- ,Mrs. J. T. Car.n and Miss Tolmi? i The Pensacola Journal. in a broadside ; have the town authorities approve tllt'Xf'W of President Mitchell would: haveA Malone, jr., Key West.

+Ion,1 this subject along the "street" will lave< for Nashville Thursday j editorial suggests as a compro- !! Jersey law permitting; the appointment special value. It is well to plant, but Nassau-S. A. Ogilvie, Caila1&a,
there is Miss Tolmie will be greatly missedamong raise that the a' Jas. E. Calkins
out Uv statement that state proceed to build of Fernandina.
brings I'I'I a tree planting commission in the present: condition of the forests
working understanding whereby Brazil the young people, who have I I canal across Florida and abandon the and thus to place all the trees or and at their present rate of destruction Orange-G. W. Crawford Conway

has in hands the local market control been charmed by her lovely l personality' of draining the Everglades. Montclair un' er central control.To measures for preservation would be B. C. Abernathy: Orlando.
and the determined effort to and sweet music she being a Wry not do both. We do not want to J
i even better. Osceola-A. E. Donegan Kis3 g(-
boost up c..ffvalues by official violinist of no mean ability.A see the Everglades drainage scheme i!i Teach Chic DrnotT. mee.

means have caused the abolition of party of twemy-fi\e went in wa- abandoned. It means more for the i A class which should be beneficial In Tree by the Roadiide. Pasco-R. J. McCrutcheon Dade

X premiums on distant options, and thein gons to ."'hite'>1 ferry Saturday: on a greatness of the state than a ship Canal I its influence has been formed by the The German province of Hanover ,

st.,.,-th the market which has b inotable picnic and fish-fry. Among the out of across it-which would mean I II j Young Men's Christian association is awns 1,970 miles of highways, on City.Polk

in spite of the almost total town guests were Miss Tolmie. of I much-and would cost less and New York writes the Plttsburz Dis which there are 17G.7M fruit trees- -W. J Durrance, Fort Meade;

of demand.In Nashville: and Miss May> Turnley andMiss would be burdened with less graft.If patch's correspondent. Underlying it H. W. Snell, Winterhaven.
cessation ;
t } pear cherry, plum and apple-sufficient
condition rumors are surely Susie Fort, of Ocala who were we were a candidate for the guber- is the idea that is I Putnam-H. A. B. McKenzie and
such a good citizenship enhanced
if set out eighty: to an acre to !I
r abound but thee stories of I guests of ilrs. Clarence Smith fot natoriala nomination draining the EvI I the .'I :W. A. Russell Palatka.
to by intelligent; comprehension form an orchard: of more than 300 Ii
with the financial side of valorization the occasion air. Dell Moody and j >'rgLides would be a prominent plank: of the which underlie! i I Santa Rosa J.
I' trouble principles i !square miles says! the Syracuse Posts ,I H. Harvell, Bagdad;
have been more persistentthan I Mr. James Fort had a large pan of in our platform: and the gubernatorial | the building of a great city or town in : Standard The fruit raised: on these i A. J. Peaden. Oak Grove.
trout caught and packed on ice and I i candidates must be frank concerning ,
;< ever of late. II so far as these pertain to art. trees is a source of income for the St. Johns-C. J. DuPont Matanza;
troublewith the musicians the for I1 I this '! I
on ground
>.>n having a great enterprise
t "Brazil ha3t the: i| the matter of professional art training pro'ince."bien sometimes makes $-F),- W. A. Williams, St. Augustine.

the money side of question.j I I is left to other classes this class undertakes ()()() a year by selling! the products of I i St. Lucie-Claude F. Olmstead Ft.

said a Front street broker who rt..j* 6 OOO OO OO61o |I to teach the duty which a this elongated orchard. The province IPierce.
being on thefence as | L community owes to itself to beautify"
kfeown as maintains! a nursery of 403 acres tc
I 0 Sumter-W. C. G. Kilgore. Wid!
Jrirds valorization. j its surroundings. This instruction;: covers -
i supply young trees for roadside! use
-rihere: have been more stories regarding -j o A New Orleans woman was thin. I the art of various periods, Illustrated and for promoting the interests of fruit wood.

the difficulty to finance the Because she did sufficient by a chalk talk followed by culture. The profit from a tree Is very I Suwannee-W. R. Dorman, Lire
not extract
deal, and from my own observation Oak W. H. McClellan. Welborn.
gigantic 0 present day questions relating to park small but the Hanover people do not ;
I am inclined to believe this nourishment from her food. V' scheme and buildings and the work worry about that. Shade is afforded) Taylor-T. J. Faulkner, Perry.

last story. 1 expect to see the buying I II of the municipal art commission. One" summer, the roadbed is free from dust. : Volusia-John B. Parkinson. Daytona -
I:I of coffee stop down there any minute I She JcortV Emulsion. g evening the week the class meets at the presence of trees retards the washIng ; D. F. Morrison Barberv111e.i .

and it will probably make a troubl-j little !, Result: 0 the Metropolitan Museum of Art to out of the soil!! from the banks In i Wakulla-S. P. Roddenberry, Sop-
kL here. Stock In Cantos is now take an object lesson in the subjects to the roadside! dltcbes, and the attractive -

.n below 3.000.000 bags: and the agents plain determination to- She gained a pound a day in weight gtOt" covered by the chalk talk Frank Al- appearance of the roadside stimulates choppy.Walton-J. H. Richbourg Laurel

of government vah Parsons directs the course and an interest in tree culture and

keep the figure low shows that they It ALL DRUGGISTS SOc. AND $t.0o Nicholas Vachel 1 Lindsay is the lecturer benefits the province! in many other Hill.

are afraid of the moral influence of a o The clasg is free. ways. They find it worth \Thn : Washington-W. B. Ussiter, Veri:1 -

larger stock than: they: .save airway I I l I,n n.


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b 4 i 4 -T. A. Daily in NVw York Times. .

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: 4 4your .. *'j i, "When my friends thought I i. .
: 4 4 : Sensation J +4, i about take: }leave of this world. 4 ..'
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6'and: general! debihiv.." writes \* : Is:
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9' I 4: ,when it looked as if there was no hcpe N_ 1
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'. BItters, and I that they '|
4 : rejoice to way
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4 II. r gaining daily: Best tonic medicine ee ,|
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4 4 f + 4I >:, :I druggists. 50c. a f
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4 ( 4 I I II J That Ellen Bach Yaw. the fa J
; % 4 4 4 Mixture : 1 singer, and Vore Goldthwaite, a )
4 I fait y..r of Boston, were secretly
... : it 4 House in 4 I ned St vf'ral days ago has been mall' 1i
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44 I. j 4' _ ; i Air. Goldthwaite is the son of :
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I 4 S V. Goldthwaite.

i 4 i of the State. l 1; 4 4 4 4 J 4J | '!'drawing The ceremony room of occurred the Hotel in Soml'the :Dr'j.

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:i ,I bride, officiating J
:'.1 i 4 4 : New Plaza : Immediately after the ceremony Mr.

.. Rose Leaf 4 WTe > the stock I land Mrs. Goldthwaite went West for. |
i 4 carry : f I J i their wedding journey.
.. ii i The wedding is the outcome of a romance \\f
.. I i I. which began nine years ago in r
.' ; 'Arizona.j .
.. 4 and can fill orders i : j Ellen.Beath Yaw was detained near .
your i
ij 4 !I Yuma. Ariz., by a washout which had
4 4 I : I stopped traffic on the Southern Pacific "
4 ; I Railroad. A group of cowboys amor.g t
U i 4 Continental II them young Goldthwaite.. who at that ii':
"" 4 4 quicklyii I i 4 4 4 4 time lived on a ranch in Arizona gathered
4 4 I around the stranded train. He'i

| | Battle Axe 4 4 :I 4 4 Cubes 4f 4 i and the singer became acquainted, and

4. i 4 4 .+ Ii th- wedding was the result. _
4 I .MHs Yaw sang in Ocala some years -
: 4 4 --- -- --- I 4 4 4 I ago and her exquisite voice is still remembered _
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i i 4 I and tonic pellets strengthens the liverr-
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4 j vents and cures these troubles. It aid.,
i % 1 -doesn't force. Entire treatment. 2
Ii cents, Tyding's Drug Store. 4-. ., '

2 i i There is another Bryan boom start '
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Ir Ii ed. It seems" that he will have no opposition <:
::1 i HUNT CLUBS i I i i I in the next democratic

4 4 vention. He will in all con-i-
4 4 ; nominated by acclimation on the ;
: /' / ballot. So it is high time that .
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t 4 4 #1.- '-' Van Bibber 1r i I democrats were looking around for shouldbe his f$.
running mate. A strong man .
44 Carter \ : f i t I I. nominated for the vice-presidrncy4:

.f 4"4" i 1, : &c" &c, t : I; Sailors aching port from the Gulf"

: 4 I i I of Mexico tell most harrowing tale -
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Yours for More and Better Business
.' ', rible earthquake in Mexico. '

Ex-Governor Holbrook of Texas 1 is .t-t,*

; .1, : in his ninety-fifth year and is said t' t
be one of the hardest working pub ';A.
spirited in the lone stat "
men star

.. H A. BROWN & With Sprague the, of Rhode exception Island: of, ha WilUaDt Is the" ':
BROSs only "war governor" now living.

The collossal fortunes of the Roc .
.. feller and Dodge families have bee}'. .
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