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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.'Sf-:..... .;\)"9'C.. !-.;> ('".. '\. Miss Lillian Thagard- gave a colonial Camp No. 56, :met;: at the' city council Our Bank
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,.,ft..p Y' -,'" dance' Monday night in' the. parlors last Monday and quite an interesting

'<1.1w.) ;, : of the Rifles' armory in compli- occasion it proved to be The meetingwas

: :t < and Miss more largely attended than usual.: .
cousin
ment to her guest
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> ." .- ..:. roll call Was born while Ocala Busted and Bankless.
T. i Those answering to were was
_. ,, .: '. :;' : .. -i Marie Thagard of Jasper.
,-k :' -: :' ; -AND-. ;; f <'. ,jJI( .' The Misses Thagard both wore It Grew Because it Filled a Pressing Need. It
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of white and with their
colonial gowns Thrives:c use it is Conduted for the Good of
"j PHOTOGRAPICOOODS' hair powdered and ,done high made commander: ; E. T. Williams, ad
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: quite, a charming and old-fashioned jutant; T. D. Lascaster, treasurer Others as well as its Owners. '

-1f1.-: picture Assisting ;Miss Thagard were and Comrades J. M. Martin W.. C

'".' -,3 her mother Mrs. E. P. Thagard, -Mrs. Jeffords J. M.\ T. Carter H. R. Shaw, z

l A"\' "" r G. C. Crpm, Mrs. T. H. Wallis and William Hadsock W.,( O. Massey M. -MUNROE & CHAMBLISS! -

'i. P. Frank, ,J. D. Bassett, Joseph Shu-
Mrs: S. Pike.
J W. BANKERS.
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music ford, J. H. Livingston Sr:, IK I*-Aiken.
The dance was played, by

Profesor Pike and the ball opened \. L. Eichelberger Wr L. Ditto, I, P Ocala Fla.,

ISJOFF.ICE T DRUGSTORE with a Virginia reel led by Miss Tha- Stephens Frank Harris D. A. Miller

:; 1 gard ,and Mr*:Robert Mathews. Other ? F. W. :Butch, John, J.. Miller! ,.... .. -- ,' <.;>" ," "',,- ,,-- -R,t ....,,, : 1 :

and P., H. Norris, T. B Jester, V. M. .
,} ;," .}..-'.-' : square dances and the two-step
;".);$>I:V"'"'lJrr ; .. waltz were danced for several, hours, Seckinger, D.; ,H. Irvine ,B. ,
: F.I Freymouth R., J. Evans, and J. L. -
and the young people spent a very
v Beck, who upon application was elected CE1PIT t $50,000.
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., .. Ellen' Adjutant Williams reported that be '
Misses Lucy and Thagard,
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; -i .! I and Eleanor had collected for dues $88.50;' for the THE CENTRflL NATIONAL BANK .
i: r- Prescriptions Carefully FilledtSfEMHGS Gladys and Theo Wallis :monument That he ,
fund $51.5 paid,
: Crom passed. ices cakes etc., to the f F.
: out for dues at New Orleans $9 .S3.
guests. OF OCALA
..r r--- '9 That the state and division dues had .
Misses Lillian
:;;.> Those present were
ABOUT TOWN Mr. Carl 'Schneider came up from \ not been paid.Several comrades paid
iX Thagard, Marie Thagard Fannie.Rog- HAS A REAL DESIRE TO THE
IN ADVANCEMENT
Dunnellon Saturday to spend Sunday : HELP OF -
the annual dues and do
some made
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-: : ers, Edna Dozier, Lillie Bailey Louise
t r, "if":gU1 with hill wife and parents in this city.
fcations to the monument fond
and Scott Grace Hatchell, Freddie Foy, THIS SECTION OF THE COUNTRY, AND REQUESTS THAT
,- "":.:.', fllthe.. late magazines news- Messrs. On motion of Comrade ,Lancaster

: ers"always'on hand at A. W.. Bridilk..Iit' Miss Sara Agnew who has been Mamie Taylor Sara Harris; Ze- the first Monday in July was': made YOU GIVE IT EVEN A. SMALL OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW
and
Emmett Robinson, Osco Guy -
.. .. r spending several daysin Ocala the the date for the annual election of
'w. wadski i. Robert Mathews James Taylor THAT THIS DESIRE INGLUDES YOU.CENTRAL .
\ gust of Mrs. M. C. Looney returnedto I
rt \\ officers. ,
; D., A- Clark and little Alfred Beck and Ralph Robinson .
: :.Dl .and: Mrs Lake Weir Monday afternoon.. On motion of Comrade Martin Ma- "
'I:'Mhter of Martel, spent Monday'in Fred Weihe. .
!,, : jor Hubbard was unanimously re- NATIONAL BANK -

r "'" v17 city eMiss' -, '"-. W. D., Richey accompanied by Miss Minnie Stovall Gives Lovely elected commander of the camp for __ ._ _
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I .j : her handsome little son, left Mondayfor Party. the ensuing year; On motion all the :.I : :.. _

: Sara Frank has gone to her girlhood home Millegeville Monday afternoon Miss Minnie Sto- other officers wer reelected and all i _. -.

.. airlestqn-!. C..-to. visit relatives' forieigrai.'xeekL Ga., to spend the summer with rela- vall was the hostess at a very lovely received the commendation of the The Browns and Chailles are prospering ] .

i tives. party, which she gave to quite a number : camp. in Miami. 1
:J-!., :. .;l On motion Comrade W. L. Ditto
--'';'.'., :; of her young friends. She was assisted rRLN

:.;. 3tr.'Wji.JL.Pales, of Center Hill I ,Miss Eloise Miller left Saturday for receiving. her guests by Miss gave an interesting account of his The Marion Hardware Company is QS

:' :':'MA_among" the many visitors inOealaroa St. Augustine and will spend the next Elizabeth Newsom and her mother visit to the Kentucky Soldiers Home doing business these aysr

', ,Monday. three months there. While in. the Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall.: The young near Louisville. Hs said it contained .

r- -- "Ancient City' she will be a guest at folks had a most delightful time playing three hundred rocms and was as fine Capt. T, H. Johnson is still up to ..

|v Mr-; :Join- T, Lewis; ;lM'oss Bluff the Craddock House. games enjoying themselves as as any hotel in Kentucky and was .is armpits in the melon business.

"-...-1"-- business. affairs in1Monday. only young folks can. Music light and kept with scrupulous care. It has 282 We Have Now in Stock

Misses Sara and Louise Harris returned reel inmates. It is kept by Colonel: George CapU: Ji B. Martin, the big turpentine 6
refreshments, the Virginia
>.x--v' ..- .*, home Saturday from, a very and dainty other pleasures helped1 to while a former citizen of Lake county, in operator is in the city today. the Most Complete Line .ol ?

:" > MiAlfied down Satur- delightful visit at Crystal River,where this state. It has a xfine hospital in
: Ayer came .
away the afternoon very pleasantly.The Mr. F. M. Townsend of Martin RINGS that Can Be Pound
:"'afternoon from Mclntosh to they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. principal amusement of the connection with it and is a credit to one of our. most substantial progressive z

'- home. Clifford E. Herrick for a week. the great state, of Kentucky., '
_4:Sunday" at afternoon was a "bicycle, accident" and prosperous farmers was Anywhere
'' Comrade Ditto' also
"f to the gave a graphicaccount
contest. The answers ques- shopping in town yesterday. ii

;:A$ long as"we persist in having our Mr. Geo. L. Kilcrease, who has been tions were the various cities of the of the meeting of the survivors i Call and See Them. ,

d ::1 okeboBses in Chicago we 'may ex- quite sick in this city for several United States and deciphering the. of the Second Florida regiment Dr. and Mrs.' Marean will leave today .

: thing for meat. weeks was taken to his home at most a! Jacksonville a few days bet ire He
Jt et any old cities proved to be exciting. for Seabreeze, where they'will

..", ,..',: ,:;.;*. ,._' ..-- -- (Washington Ga., Monday by his, Miss Mary Burford and Miss Lillian was listened to with much attention. rest and enjoy the remainder of the

,.:.;} Misses.Bryan: went but to Mar- brother. His friends trust that he will Andehson tied for the honors and on, The meeting was the most pleasant summer. l V EiME -

.<,4 l.,.Saturday., .' afternoon to spend Sun- soon regain his health. the cut Miss Burford won the prize,r fced| in a great while.

JWlth(Jhelr' parents.. o L a pretty hand-painted snow scene,the Mrs. Thomas, of Pine arrived in
,f,,. : Mr. Cam Weds Miss Cuthill.
I' Mr s.,Robert; Sanders, of Dunnellon Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pearson 'after work of the clever young hostess. Ocala Monday afternoon on a visit

:!, resented the hustling "mining spending a week in Ocala with their Those who were Miss Stovall'sguests I' The announcement of the marriage to her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs

::eSy"in 'Ocala Monday ,. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pearson L were the following young girls: of Mr. Baxter Cam of this city' and Charles Thomas.Mr. .
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._ ,,, .., Land Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes returned Misses Elizabeth Newsom Hope RobInson Miss Julia Cuthill which took place

," -. ;dives i ,Annie, Needham has gone to to their home at Apopka Sunday j Nellie Gottlieb Helen Brown sunaay,:: afternoon at, -Martel- was J. L. Beck of Anthony was_ Fred G. B. Weihe

< .jsJUvdl'-1 '.. ,".Mass.. .' to spend the summer afternoon., .Jean Teague Clara Johnson, Ruth I quite a surprise to the groom's friends i among our callers on Monday. He I .

J-'' ,,/ : her" brother, Mr, Joe Needham. Dunn Mary Julian Adele Bittinger, .,here, as no intimation of his intentions :was accompanied by his son, and their T Jeweler. .

.:.: ; ---,---- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis and little .Marguerite Anderson Lillian Anderson had leaked out beforehand.The visit with us was.a very pleasant one.; I \

'Jf: _'L you are without prejudice and daughter of Summerfield left Mon- : Frances Chambers, Lucile Lindsay ceremony was performed at 5 .-- L .I

t'ii; !t:\'!Ut the best Just get Blue day afternoon, for Charleston S. C., : Carrie Pelot Mary Burford Mar- o'clock by Dr. W. C. Lindsay' of the Mr. Mont Atkinson, of Fellowship ..,.:.. ,

._. r bp.on;Lemon. Vanilla Extracts. to spend, a short: while with relatives :guerite Porter and Miss Edith Piatt Ocala Presbyterian church and was was in Ocala yesterday, and was Mrs. J. P. Hilburn and son, Oscar ,

"; ,.J-, ;It and friends.Mr. who is' Miss Minnie's art teacher. a pretty but quiet wedding,
"""i;'.-' 1Ii'- ;,' presented' very wearing those same optimistic specta- I left Monday for their home at Live '

'James B. only a few: ,of the friends of the young cles that he always carries about with ,Oak, after spending ten days In Ocala,
'rr"tM.Cltra
:. section in Ocala Monday. : L. L. Aiken. postmaster at Mr. Ben Freymouth one of the couple being present him. Lhex
guest of Mrs G. W. Martin. Mrs.
_,r Ke'ie'. looking well.c" Rock Springs was' in Ocala Mondayand most active and industrious farmersin Mr. Cam had .as his best man -
t. .
Hilburn and son expect soon to go to .
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;. :- t.! attended the meeting of the Con the' county was doing business in his partner Mr., S. H. Martin and Mr. Robert Neal a prosperous farmer New Mexico to spend several months -

: ( -'::t [r'*"** Gates left Monday for federate veterans, Like most others Ocala Monday. He was formerly Miss Cuthill's maid of honor was Miss of Anthony,Was in Ocala yester
In the west for the benefit of Mrs.
fprleston, S. C.., where he. will spend from different sections; he reports a manager of the poor' farm afterwardswent Mary Kemp of Martel. day and paid ns a social and financial Hilburn's health.

1"i,._ rt. while.. ', prosperous season. to Dunedin and succeeded in After a' wedding supper Mr. and call. We are glad that ...e is pros
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making a fine orange grove soldit Mrs. Cam drove to Ocala and left pering. '
1 Nettie M. B. Wartmann, who con Mr. I. Walter Munden formerly a
.Kisses Maggie Pyles and Miss
; to advantage bought a fine farmin over the midnight train for St. Augustine -
Mr. R D. McDonald who lives sev- resident of this city but of late yearsof
:-: "wKer .came home Monday from a cluded her music class in this city the Fellowship) neighborhood where -.t" their honeymoon ,

|. *itTis!with friends at Lake Weir. last Friday. left MondaY' her Home he now resides.Mr. after which, spend they win reside in this eral miles east of the city was in Tampa, was In town yesterday and

: ;; t at Citra. Later Miss Wartmann will Ocala yesterday interviewing melon met ,a hearty greeting from all his
city. Mr. Cam is a brother of Mr. W.
R1!.%flit,;* d.Mrs.. W. F. Lowry promi- go north for a visit of a couple of R. W. Payne of Fort 96, South D. Carn and is proprietor of the Ocala buyers. He had two carloads ready old friends. He is traveling for a

Y,;_r residents' of beautiful Homosas- ,months.Mr. Carolina was shaking bands with for immediate'shipment.. large cigar house In ,the Gulf City,
He is exemplary
seed store.
)2 )pent Saturday in an and his many Ocala friends will be
Ocala. of Citra a mem- Ocala friends Monday. Mr Paynewas young man, both morally and in busi- The Ocala Iron Works has within
;i.: .r Adam White member Ocala Rifles glad to learn that he has been quite
of the
;.;- !)_rridMrs.; ; J. A. Jordan left Sat'w&iynoon ber of the "old guard" was in Ocala a the Spanish-American war ness circles having built up a most the past few days, added twenty men successful since moving to his new
during residence -
his
excellent business during
recovering froman to its force. This institution under
He is just home.
Monday.
< for Indian Springs Ga.,, 'attack of bilious fever and we hope and has been spending the past several among us. His bride has taught in the able management of Mr. D. S. .
,;; >fcere they will spend the summer. Florida. He
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.. -1\J4iL; 'F. T. Schrieber and children was kept busy while here greetingold eral years and is' a very charming every day. have gone to Lake Weir. They have

,,; A "*"Monday" for Seabreeze, where Mrs. H. C. Northey has gone to comrades. young woman. She ,is the daughter .*. rented a cottage on the lake and w .. e
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zwtll :.spend the balance of the Massachusetts to spend the heated Mr. James Badger-, of Oldtown wasa I.of Professor Cuthill, of Fellowship Nearly every farmer in Marion spend the summerthere.QUALITY, ;

'-t2 hummer, t term. She will return to Ocala In visitor from that sectionIn I who is a native of Scotland. Many : county now has a well established "

-\ :' fall and will reopen her excellent prominent Professor Cuthill taught in account. The lines of our .
the V. P. years ago bank people e' z. ... -, ',
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?'.taster Willie Grace returned toJ.Mi dres making establishment Potts also of Oldtown was in the the public school in this city. have certainly fallen in pleasant

'1iome This joins with the many and those "good times com-
paper places
at Kendrick after
Saturday
.. city on Monday shopping and visiting !
''':,,allseading- a few days with Ocala Mr. Dickson H. Irvine was a prominent friends. Mrs. Potts is, a sister of Mrs friends of this young couple in, Ocala ing" have certainly arrived

.',; ,3lietid9.'kiss_ ., 'Visitor to .Ocala: Monday, He was and all over the county in extendingto .
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W. D Graham and about two years
Slater has returned to her
Mrs.
:- !t the president of the first Ocala Iron : them heartiest congratulations and
indeed ago she made her home in Ocala for : home in Thomasville. Ga., after spend QUALITY-
Nettie Pooser' and Abner Works and visited it and was best wishes.

loser went down to Lake Weir Sat, gratified with the growth it has made. some months. ing two weeks in Ocala with Mrs. IS what we aim to give you

ljy. afternoon to spend a few days L. S. Light, recent candidate before Slater's brother and sister, Mr and' whether you buy one of our

'r.{\ h'trtends.: Mrs. 0 .A. Kelly, of St. Petersburg Mr Waldo Martin, of Martin was the primaries for the legislature was Mrs.: P.C., Davis. I handsomest suites of ParlorFuradture
inOcala Monday. He had a most pros- or a Dollar Rug
it. *, took .
; -_ visit to Mrs. J. M. in Ocala Monday. No man ever
J r- is in Ocala, on. a
> .. .. QUALITY .
..-: :Dr.-,Griffiths of Dunnellon,. member Smith., Mrs. Smith iras fonn'ely Miss n e>w and deserves all the success defeat more gracefully. He speaks Joe Davis farmer and pecan grower
he has wooed Is our wacthwood -wbem we
'1-11: 'county democratic committee, months he achieved because of the section.Dr. section was num-
Bertha Bitting and for several! and unceasingly. well Roddick of Summerfield buy goods for we know that it ,

?numbered? among Ocala's visitors made her' home at St. Petersburg. the earth persistently bered among ,the many visitors to not only desired but demandedof

: day, We are glad that it responded so of Atlanta, arrivedin I
=. Guy D. Ayer Ocala Monday. He carries success on us by our customers.
,to his efforts. .
: Mr: and Mrs. B. J. Culverhouse and handsomely Ocala Monday afternoon to spend< his features. He Js numbered amongMarion's QUALITY -
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r "W., Ellison was in. towr with his parents. Mr. and farmers. You shall have 'when deal'with =
weeks successful
children have :moved into the house bliss Pauline Sullivan, who. has two most 'I you
gay .
front Anthony, and sold four / graduated : us whether +purchase
hospital Dr. Ayer was you
Alfred Ayer. :
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back Jessie Palmer at
;i1na; mules to !f the Clark, Ray Just, Bogie been visiting Miss from the Atlanta School for Surgeons Mr. Frank Roberts, father of Mrs.J. an outfit for your entire home
formerly occupied by :Mrs. of
for weeks
couple
"loIa'- ; Petersburg a
,. -,.; Company of Martet St. and Physicians in, April and is L. Trotter. died early last -Saturj i or only a kitchen table, as we
., Rowe Mr. Culverhouse accompanied
Mrs.
and
.:', came home Monday. She was in
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know that: is what want
> -- in Atlanta j day morning of cancer at the hospital you
his profession '
r::; tl G. Davis,- of Belle ew, a: having purchased the same by Miss Palmer, Tvho will be,,, now practicing in Ocala. The remains were taken to either case:
toOcala to enjoy [
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:ofblr, doe Davis, was a pleas Miss: Sullivan's" guest' for.' several. .' ". Romeo for .burial .Ionday.-Dunnel.. t ..-. .
me alter: -at thisoffice"on Moridal'ctsarpia'Mr..Curtlst Mrs. J.' W. Crosby' and .children, weeks.' 'f TS 1 :; ** ".v.1'r- a much neededrest..' :
lon. A< vo ate. *
f. wco bare been at Gainesville Ga., -- :

\; for the past month, have 'now goneto )[r. and .Irsc. A. Hooks and Mr. Dr. W. C.: Lindsay, .accompanied PITTMAN
>*i who has
;:\Vi' > Haj Baxlejr, "Ga;,to visit relatives. = : and. Mrs.H.. L. Snowden, prominent his son, -Earl., returned home, Satur, Master JulienT, Sanders' ; -
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Ocala :joni visit to relatives,
been
in.
residents-of .Oxford, were f shoppingand day a.weeKs outing at ,. ta1 other young men iron: ;? ''1. .. his home Brooksville a 'SON
!< "i Smith 'oi Ocklawaba transacting other busines.-iin Springs Dr.'it dsay was yerygreatly returned to at'
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lower CI
Monday air ,
were' in Ocala' ,
; afternoon. He was accompanied
They very pleasant ,r improved.by,his trip, and he speaks Monday
Ocala
Monday. are
-, .- !r. gray: to Charleston. S':. C, 'pr'i8aaspre station was }n Ocala. Monday. and this home by his cousin, 'Miss Irma. Ocala, .. .. .. . .. .Florida.
their visits to O aIa glowing terms pf popularhealtfi .
; JriJ They will 'be.;'abseni lookin611aappF': over: the prospectsQt peoplexand in very ,. .. '' f
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..1e' .'" "! f '. ',+' / ViJ fire; always, aIlPrcci t d. ,.. resort. .. .c. :. .. '. :;' Blake. ; \, V -: -'-', .. : :
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.' body places on sale to the public of Ocala and vicinity, entire stock consisting of everything that is word

;, by men, women. or child. This gigantic stock must be unmercifully sacrificed in, the next 7 days at'1 less=

t than_ factory cost. ..,' -
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Yes. Look at, the grand offers and let them say. They fairly shout the answer from every line. Are they not worth coming for from almost any --l'
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Silk-Tissue, plain and: 'dotted, assorted 1-5 Table Damask : Drawers Corset Cover
"" colors, value 25c. Salvage sale, price __ .C per yd
,,. : Mercerized Ginghams, assorted patterns, 54 inch bleached damask________________________J9e 23 cents for 40 cent values 2\ cents for 35 cent I
_G value 25c. Salvage,sale price ----------1i per yd 58 inch bleached damask :_____________-----------23c 24 cents for 40 cent values 24 cents for 40 cent value! i
:: Mercerized white drawn work Waistings, assorted 58 inch bleached damask ____________________.____34c 43 cents for ocent values. 29 cents for 50 cent values! '
patterns, value 25c. Salvo sale__ 3C per. yd 60 inch' bleached linen __________________________46c 49 cents for 5 75 cent values 43 cents for 75 cent yau! |
.' '). Neat Figured Batiste, assorted dots and 8.1. 70 inch bleached linen_________________..__________68c t I
rings, value, 15c. Salvage sale price .. 2 C per yd 54-inch wide turkey red table cloth for__,_----. -----.J4c Skirtsi 2-
Fancy colored dress lawns, large patterns, 7 Ready made table cloths at special sale prices. ,Gowns 24 cents for 40 cent valnes|:
f' value lOc. Salvage sale'price _________- C peryd 34 cents for 50 cent values:'
"--' Fancy figured dess.lawns, value lOc 44 cents for 50 cent values 48 cents for 75 cent \'al es'j
p.:. age sale price -._...-_-__________ Salv6c per yd Napkins_ 49 cents,for 60 cent values 86 cents'for $1.00 values .
Fancy white waistings, lace stripes Q- $2.50 values for_______________________..:.., $J.73 doz 69 cents for $1.00 values 89 cents for $J.5o values _
'value, 15c assorted price : _J___,_:; /v per yd $2,00 values for________ .___ ... ____ __.,__:-$J.48 doz 79 cents for $1.25 values 9 8 cents for $i.25 values\ f
5. '.1 French ginghams, patterns, "' QJ-r $1.50'values for________-_______ .__ ... ______ .98 doz 89 cents,for $1.40 values $t.29 for $1.75 values
value 12fc. Salvage sale price.____.r.-02v per Jd $1,00 values for____________--_______________ .49 doz '93 cents for $1,50 values !$..68 for $2.25 values ,
y Dress ginghams, assorted patterns, : 7/1' 75'cent values for ______ .... ___ _______--: ___ .44 doz $!;29 for $i.oo values SJ.98 for $3. values '_
: value lOc Salvage sale price__-_____ fv per yd -" $t.68 for $2.50 values t $2.48 for $3.50 values \
Chambrays, all colors, value lOc. 7.1.c Towels! Towels!! ,j
'Sal\.age aJ9.price.f----.i-------;F :_--.... peryd \ F
Chambray Remhants" assorted colors',, L 17x21 inch bleached cotton _: __ 5c
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r ,-K value lOc. < Salvage sale price_______ yv per yd 18x36 inch linen finished u __*.__?..._:. f.______;.. 8c FURNISHINGS: y yMen's
z- >- White pique;: assorted values, 1 10 18x36 inch htiek H. S.-________:i..:.'.'..;;____...___._.JOc ,.
_ ; *>' : ,; J" Salvage sale for 15, 12 -and ______ ____. v per yd 22x43 inch huck H. S.,--_______.___-__:_H--______J.6c : Handkerchiefs efs for 3,4,5,6 and .... .. .. .... :!
a .', 36jriclj: fast colored. percales, dark and light 18x39 inch fringed linen_..--------_____________tOe Men's Handkerchiefs: pure linen, for.::... ....;:.... .. eo u..'.
\ 8c Mens Suspenders, 8, / .___., ._.. .....-V alt
to: designs, value 12c. Salv. sale price 9 and per yd 23x48 inch fancy linen :: : _24c 13 Ig and ... .. ;
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: Staple ch'eciked'gillghams, suitable] for /f-Lp 19x44 inch fancy linen J9c Men's Ties, 8 and.............. .....:; ..",._.. .......... .... 71' C
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_ "., apron* .value,7c., .Salya ge sale price___TC 2 v per yd ,. Men's So 5,7,9,12 and, ..,........... : __n. ... ... 'S9t i
.-i,. <', \ All colors calicoes Men's: Linen Collars for -... .. ......-- :.?."......... !
_ =-.""'" t f.- for ________*'-'-___..;_____________-.-___. 'iC ,perydDres Bed Spreads.. Men's Rubber Collars for,.-...........f................. "'ff;

.k::; ,:;.! '1t' ? covert cloths, assorted colors, t Oc $1.00 special ____ .. .__-:_________-:..__=:=______ 59c Men's Top Shirts,made of good quality Percale, for .. -...H ;1
-'?, ,, ; value 15c. Salvage sale price._______. peryd $1.50 fringed__..____________________ _-_____-__ 98c Men's Mens Gingham Madras Top Shirts, worth '40. Salvage sale pnce... a i
::.: Neat figured dress duck, assorted dots and OJLp $2.00 real .'_..____________ 1.49 Top Shirts, 58-and 750 values. Salvage sale
:Fr.'r.: I rings, value 15. Salvage sale price____0 2 v per yd heavy ------------ I price 39 and R-------.......". ..... """""" """ .""..." .... '
< J. : 36 inch corded percales assorted colors, L Men's $i Top Shirts for ........................ ".. ..... 62c
', ',r.<. value lOc. Salvage sale price________ vv per yd Sheets, Pillovy Cases.81x90 Men's Men's Cambric Night Shirts for ...... ....... ..'u........ '._4i
_ $ 36 inch white dress linen,suitable for ladies' Balbriggan Undershirts and,Drawers, 25c value. SalVage
.': 'L"' :- suits value 35c. Salvage' sale price. .. .Li C per yd hemmed sheets for _________________----.-..63c sale price,..;. ...- :::t;
: ; 36'inch ,white dress linen, light weight, %- 72x90 hemmed sheets ______ .- -___-._..____________39c Men's Honeycomb.. ..Shirts.and Drawers"soc VilueV Salvage :j9 11
; value 40c. Salvage sale price________LiUv per yd 36x45 H. S. pillow cases for .._______-__J:.___---: --J4c Men's sale Balbriggan price Shirts*?..?.... : : :'
_ .Brown,dress.linen suitable for suits andmen's 1 <1 36x45 hemmed pillow cases __1__________: 9c and DrawersVVoc""viues"Saivagesale :
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_ ,"\ ,y, "' shirts. Salve price 16,14 and v per yd Men's soc work shirts for ..?.?..... ................... 3
: 36 inch; white butcher's linen, suitable for Lace Curtains. Men's Pepperal : -39'
__ la21e Jeans Elastic Seam
Drawers. Salvo sale price
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1; ;:' White India lawns, value 5 to 25c. $1.00 lace -curtains __ .. .____________________54c pair Men s Blue Denim! Overalls, Sac, value. Salvage sale price. '__
price, 16,12,8 and______ 4 V per yd $1.50 lace curtains ________________________...7ge pair sale price '. ,..... double knee, 6oc value. Salvage .4
White Persian lawn,. value, 1 ,and 20c. 10 ,$2.00, lace curtains __.__ __..______ .. .. _.. .98e pair Men's Blue Denim, Pincheck'Gray; : -Denim' *6verais"V styles! !

:''.; -. Salvage 14 and_____,. ______ C per yd value $i. .Sah-agesale price... ...:" .u..u...... ....
::; 8.4 unbleached sheeting, value 25c. 19 Laces and Embroideries Boy Top Shirts, 21.to ... .... ....'............:.___ .___...... '.3tClothing.
: '. Salvage sale price------------..;.. .. .. __ C per yd'f ,
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....z._.. ,:. 8-4 bleached Salvage sale sheeting price, value-_____30e__ _,________..-21 C per yd IO' Savagesale.price.--f : : -- 4c -
-; "':. Yard wide Sea Island cotton, 8c value. 25,000 yds Embroidery Edging and Insertion, including Cambric ., ., ,
j'' :',' -' Salvage. : ((1C peryd Swiss, Nainsook., Mull and Mercerized Goods, all to' ..' ".
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1- Island be sold at half value. Per, yard from 2c to. .. ... 39c : :'
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-r ": Good Sea 6c Boys Pants, all sizes 5
: quality cotton, value. i J42. loc to .. ..
_: -_: :Y." Salvage sale price_________.___________ C per yd Special Salvage, 10 inch sale Cambric price, per Embroidery yard -....Edging..... ..,.worth.R....I5c........ 1Oe Boys] Suits,.all sizes, 690 to .V.V.V.V' .'.-..*."..*.*."..."?. ..'" $}.& ;
Suits
Yard wide starch value 8c. Boys special value, 1J
( bleaching, no A full line of Allover Embroideries and Laces. Salvage sale made with belt latest style,.
; Salvage sale price____________ .u____ nr Uv peryd price only 1,9 to........ .........................:.... 69c value' $3. Salvage sale price..;,...... ............. $f.98
: Yard wide bleaching lOc quality. Men.s Pants, from 74c to...... ............. ..... $2'98
Salvage sale price____________________ C per yd ,Men s Pants, special,made of 18 oz Black Clay*WnrJ\ ed4 .n, 'oS-
- ; :. Yard :wide cambric, very soft, 8c value. Shoes worth $ ;'all wool. Salvage sale price .!U ......!.:. $2 13

; ., :, Yard Salvage wide sale price.__________________ fo per yd Men's Solid Leather Shoes, $1;I9, $1.39, $1.49, $1.98 and. $2.48 Men's vage Two sale piece price Flannel: *,9**.suits*,i,R., all.wool, $7.50 value. Sal $3,*"T iI V. '\'
lonsdale ,cambric, value 12c. 1 *"""* "*" '
XJLp Special, Men's$2 Calfskin shoes, all sizes. Salv. sale price .43 Men's Two-piece Suits t"V/ "VV
'- Salvage'sale price____________________ 2 padded shoulders, .all wool,$10 T t
: yd Ladies' Solid Leather Shoes, g8c,$1.29, $ 1.48 and.. .98 value, for
.39 $3.98: and...... .. l
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s T Thousands and thousands of yards of all of Special, Ladies Solid Leather Vici Kid Shoes, all styles, '. Men's Three-piece Suits ...n. .. !1'98 J
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Dress Goods will be put on this sale at prices never worth 175. Salvage,sale price, .'...,............-... J.24Children's Boys' Odd Coats all wool l, $! lo value"Salt'sale price : tMen's
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Solid Leather Shoes, all kinds at igc to.....,., .48 Odd "v 31
Coats
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t4 VOL.. 41, .NO.4. ,OCALA FLORIDA, FRIDAY' JULY 6,1906. ONE DOLLAR lOBJARJ .!\

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HAPPENINGS ABOUT. TOWN. FATAL WRECK AT MARTIN A Pleasant 'Conversation; fcarty. 1 FURTHER PARTICULARS OF

r-, .. From.Saturday's Daily: j THE WRECK -AT MARTIN. In Time Of Hot!

,., Two Men Killed '.on Melon Train- Miss Carry Pelot gave a "conver- -

.. ...nis 'When it don't do anything'else'It Wrecking Crew and Physician sation party" to a number of her The wreck on the Atlantic Coast Prepare For Cold!

i-rams.* Went Up from. Ocala-Impossible friends Thursday night, which was Line near Martin station Friday .

-f' To Obtain Particulars. delightfully enjoyed.. Engagementswere night was much more terrible than -
We would rather sell,the balance of out STRAW HATS anl SUMMER
-a'ii i't 11rs. Charles Bennett, of COleman, made for partners every five was reported in these'columns Satur .

,a.'wu shopping In Ocala Friday. minutes, and fourteen different topics day morning.The CLOTHING at a big reduction than to carry them over. If you are going to

fp, From Saturday's Daily: I. were discussed, to-wit: Golf, tennis, grade near Martin is. very
? buy anything In our line now, you will save money by giving us a call.
Miss;-Jenny May Dunn will bend] Information reached Ocala last baseball, card-playing, dancing, skating steep and frequently it is impossiblefor

',|; the:summer in Loundsville, S. C. night :at about ten o'clock that a riding, weather, boys, college heavy trains to make it with one

J"*lrM melon train on the Atlantic Coast life; music Idleness, girls and generaluuuversauuii. engine without assistance On Fdday Stetson Pat Oxfords This Season
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; Mrs R. R Carroll Is back from St. Line had been wrecked just south of u night the train was an unusually .

,. -Petersburg, where she has been for Martin and that Conductor Smoak A vote was taken as to which were heavy one and a requisition was Styles and LeatherI.

;*-/ple"-past' ,month and a colored brakeman were in- the best conversationalists; the boys made for another engine, and .in goingup
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stantly killed. voting for the girls and the girls voting the grade one of the cars slippedits

, -': "! Mrs. p! C. Davis, who resides in One report stated that Engineer for the boys. 'coupling pin and.the train became DEDUCED TO $3,00 (I PAIR

/f-second ward, is 'enjoying, a visit Dave Haddock was killed' and another Miss Marguerite Porter and Mr. Edwin divided without the knowledge of the,

from""her 'mother. that Engineer Bromwell was killed, Blalock, of"Madison, received the engineer or conductor, and the rear I'W. ,

< but these reports were afterwards highest number of votes,. and were car collided with great force into the _J Chambers Shoe ,
Company
_.z Hon Geo. G. Mathews, member. contradicted.. It was also reported that given prizes. front cars, crushing the caboosean ,

elect 'to. the legislature, is at Holder several others were injured, but it Refreshments were served. \ eggshell and also tore into the car

, .;' superintending a turpentine farm. was absolutely impossible to learn immediately in front of it, which 'happened -

' particulars. Railroad officials here, if Prints Only the News That's Fit To to be loaded with spirits of H. ROBINSON Pr...
*r 'I Mrs. Kenneth,: McPherson' who' has they knew the particulars, 'were reti Print turpentine. Many of the barrels were s. H. GLITCH, Mgr. k.BOOZER' Mgr.

j _." been visiting her parents, Mr. and smashed, releasing the fluid, which CEO. j. BUTCH ,,

.. 1)1rs.B.. H. Seymour, in this city, has cent.A wrecking crew and medical help The Ocala Banner does not feel that Immediately ignited, caused from the -

Rn.' 'returned to her home at Lakeland. went from this city a few minutes it is called upon to print all the news.It headlight of the engine. In a secondIt .

.- after the news was received. tries to exercise a wise t!' ('retion was in flames and ,the conductorand The Strong Hold the '

; Mrs. Lee Cox, who has been visiting Engine No. 15, 'one of the new pas- in the publication of local occurrences. colored brakeman were h le.J
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::ft;.' her mother-in-law, Mrs. W. S. senger engines, which was followingthe There is some news that it feels thai into this seething cauldron and the

: : _Pike, on ,Ocklawaha avenue, will return :. melon train and assisting it over the pubic morals wLltbe beUe sub- flames shot' into-the air a height'of
home at St.. Augustine to served not being before COMMERCIAL BANK
to her by paraded
11 the steep *-" -* Martin, was completely twenty feet or more. .
". day. demolished. the public and this c'ass! of news is Recent heavy rains had filled the ,

I y I." .' At a later hour a report reached us rigidly: excluded from its columns. It ditches along the side of the track OCALA\ FL0.

The Ocala; Water Company is 'putting that several freight cars were on fire. is not censuring others for doirg so with water, and the burning fluid

!t., In another' big boiler- Uncle' Joe nor setting itself up as' a pres censor, covered **p face of the water, illuminating -

l' Shuford is doing the brick work, and. Death of an Estimable Woman. but Is only giving Its own views 'on the country for several hundred Has Upon Public Confidence is' Evidenced -

Is .doing it well. the subjo The Ocala Banner only yards or perhaps for more than ,
F 'Mrs. L. B. Martin. a sisterinlawof print:; the Dews that in its judgment :.i mile.- by its Large and Increasing
of
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Blackman and McWhite,
Messrs. it tLinks is fit to It is :
Mr. John R. Martin, died Thursdayof print. u no Seven cars besides the caboose and
Summerfield shopping in Ocala
were
consumption at her home in this sense a police gazette. ngine were entirely destroyed by the Business
f1 ,Friday and tell the same story of success '
: The deceased lived in Ocala levouring flames.
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of'itt city.
the vegetable shippers
, 'fi. J among Another Sale. Conductor Cary Smoak. than whom
that section. '., about fifteen years ago but returnedto .-..
:here was no more popular conductor
her home in Alabama. She lost From Saturday's DalJv. :
t>n the road, and the, colored brakeman -
Mr. T. E. Pritchett, who is operat- .. ,_ ... .
her health and came to Ocala abouta Business seems to be as active in I: were completely incinerated. 0. -- .. _. .. .- .. .
frig at Candler, both with oranges and -
with the hope that our
year ago the fruit and confectionery businessas Saturday after the flames had subsided -
peaches. .,' was in Ocala Friday. climate would restore her health, H. B.
to in the turpentine business. This i all that remained of these two MASTERS.Special
't !f but the insidious disease had made men were a few bones, which scarcely .
.-. :. .; ;Xtol V J," Shipman, "mine ,host" of too great an inroad upon her constitution paper noted in its columns Thurs- : filled a cigar box.

the Montezuma has returned from and sne was confined to her day the sale of Mr. Leach's interestto This was one of the most awful i Run onTwoPieceSuits '

g.Starke and Lawtey, where he has room most of the time and to her his partner, Mr. Mallory Liddon. tragedies that has ever' occurred on

.. been recuperating.. bed continuously for the past four Yesterday there was a change In the any railroad in this immediate sed- .

months. She was forty-three years business of Messrs Hewitt & Bridges, tion. j -, ...

"Mr, Jim Nelson has given up Silver old, and had been married twentyfouryears. who run a, confectionery establishment Conductor Smoajc was a residentof .

Springs and has gone back to Cand- Besides friends and other rel- in the Merchant's block,.:Mr.' V '
St. Petersburg and is survided by This is your opportunity to keep cool t;and _
in
leT his first love. He wUt'engage atives, she leaves four sons to mourn Hewitt retiring. Mr. Bridges, who is a wife and two children who have -. '
values the ffer-
get good at prices we are .
the
in ,
the growing of early. peaches, her death. She endured ,her sufferingswith quite a popular young man will con- the sympathy of everyone In their ':
cultivation of ,which there seems to ing. Come see for yourself. ..
heroic Christian fortitude, and tinue the business at the old stand. awful bereavement. The deceased wasa

; be a bushel of money. death came to her calmly. Her remains We have not heard what Mr. Hewitt nephew of Mr. and Mrs.J. L.'Smoak, W

we're laid to rest In Edgewood intends doing. of this city.
Mr. Chas. P. Haycraft, of Fellow- Two-Piece-Suits I
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Cemetery, Rev. L. W. Moore officiating : "
chip,.was tin: town Friday, and did not .
Friday afternoon. May the Good We had the pleasure of meetingMr. Lease Is Ai. Right '
forget to make us a friendly 'is farmers Sepherd, who tempers'the.- wind to Blackburn M. Heckard, one of .- $500, $650, 750, $800,
one' of the most enthusiastic
the shorn lamb, comfort the bereaved the finest printers in Florida, Fit Just before the state convicts were
in the county. $JO.OO $JZOO 1500.
leased the last time this paper stated
ones in their affliction.: day. He is at present with the Sun .
Printing Company of Gainesville, but that It knew they would bring over
Mrs. ,Lester S, Patterson, of Miami,
. ,who has been out to Sunny Slope An Exciting Runaway. has just purchased the outfit of the $200 per head A syndicate Is now
I formed that next time will give Before purchase Trunk Suit Case
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being
Belleview News-Letter which your ,
i was you
,,', ,Farm, came in Friday and spent From Saturday's Dally: I .
!: ., the. day with Mrs. W. K. Zewadski. Last night about nine o'clock, as such a great factor In the last state over $300 for them-possibly It may or "Grip see our line of Trunks from $J.

!'! 10'" She' accompanied; by Mr. Sam Dr. Eaton Lindner and Mr. J. E. primary campaign, and will move it go to $350 per head. And the prospects II to $16.00. Suit Cases and '"Grips"' from

.'; :vBarco.Mr .. Howell were preparing to get into to Alachua, in. Alachua county, and of this will prevent anything being I $J.OO to $12.00. -
next legislature towards
dons by the
will the of
begin publication an up-
-- the latter's vehicle the horse, a very
.., J,. N. Strobhar and Capt. F.. D.Pooser spirited animal, became frightenedand to-date newspaper. Alachua is one of cancelling the present lease.-Lake I "..

i are at Panasoffkee with alarge'force dashed off before Mr. Howell suc- the growing towns of the interior and City Index i Ask to See the Japanese Reed: aid) Cane Suit
and is converting will make Itself felt in the -
c of. hands, ceeded In getting the reins. Dr Lind soon com- .
:. the James A. Harris orange grove ner jumped out uninjured and Mr. mercial world of Florida. It erected Ocala's Original Appropriation I I. Restored Cases for Ladies Light Weight.

. into, an Eden. It. is going to be one. Howell was thrown out of the vehicle last year eight brick stores and other -Shake ,

, ; of the great winter resorts of the but fortunately was only slightly In- buildings and business enterprises: in '
} Mr. R. L. Anderson received a tel ,
etate. Mr. will in
proportion. a
jured. The animal ran rapidly up the Heckard put
egram Saturday night from Hon. S. M. Suits >
... street, and when In front of Munroe complete job printing outfit besides. Bathing .
Well will erect creditable Sparkman, giving the very gratifying ,
u $65,000 a very bank struck one of the We wish him all sorts of success. '
Chambliss'
1 : building, and then we may get & and .- information that Ocala's original appropriation For Men and Boys -
capsized the buggy
iron pillars,
,' 'reinforced with another appropriation :Mr. Carter H. Dame returned home of $85,000 had been re- ,
himself turned a summersault. Re-
,' as Gainesville did. We thank our congressmen Saturday from Jacksonville, where he stored to the omnibus bill, and extending Assortment from
< gaining his feet, the frightened animal Big $1.00 to $2,50.MASTERS
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" . our senators, the congressand attended the "log rolling" of the hi? sincere congratulations tour
" <' on down the sidewalk In the
all concerned. ran Woodmen of the World. Mr. Dame is cliy.
e: of the Montezuma hotel, but
direction
:....... r the state organizer for the Woodmen -_.
I' the guests were all on the
fortunately Call.
Where is the man so happy as the and is an enthusiastic worker. He reports Death of Mrs. Wilkinson
inside and not one was injured. The !
one who applies himself to manual the log rolling in the metropolisas -

labor Where is the home so happy vehicle was badly wrecked. a big and very enjoyable event. Mrs. Carrie Simkins, wife of former -- '.:.. - :-- .: :.. .
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as the one where each member of the United States Senator Wilkinson Call, "

household feels, at the close of the Gainesville's Handsome Treatment of Mr. A. Frank returned home Saturday .- of Florida, died in New York city last .:f .

day, that they ,have performed some Ocala. from a business trip to Appalachicola Monday June 25. Mrs. Call Is survived -THE-

'at: least o(the many duties devolving in the Interest of the Southers by her husband and one daughter -

h upon them? Special to the Ocala Banner: Factory and Mill End Syndicate, of Miss Lucy Lee Call. They have Hardware

Gainesville, Fla., June 29, 1906. which he is' the president. the sincere sympathy of their many Marion) Conpqy -

,Phares, R. Lester, George ;Weeks, Today immediately upon learningthat friends in their sad bereavementMiss

r. : .R. Lesley Wilder, Geo. A. McCleod andb'ron the senate had reduced appro- Dr. Griffith, of Dunnellon, passed -HEADQUARTERS -

W. Blount have applied to the priation for Ocala's building Judge through Ocala Saturday on his way Louise Nixon, after spendingtwo

governor of Florida for letters patent Carter sent following telegram to home from a visit to his parents at weeks in Ocala, the guest of her American Wire Fencing, ,

;for: a' charter for the Sumter Cumber Florida's junior senator: Birmingham, Ala. He was' accompa- aunts Mrs. W. C. Bull and Mrs. G. L.' t .-

.',r,', :Company." The- principal place.of bus- "Gainesville, June 29,1906: SenatorJ nied by his young son. Taylor,' returned to her home at! SashfDoors and Blinds .:, .
Taliaferro Washington, D. C.- Sunday. She was accompanied -
mess P. ,; Gainesville
is,to be at Edenfield. {"*
.. ,. The People of Gainesville join me In Mrs. Charles K. Sage and Mrs. home by her cousins, Edwin Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,. :.. :

:". ... Most anybody can make money 'who hoping that Ocala's public building Harry Cline came home Saturday and Parvin Blalock, of Madison, who I ', }
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<:' makes, up his mind to do so regardless appropriation will be restored to orig- afternoon from Jacksonville, where have been in Ocala the past ten days. i >' Mining Supplies f. ". .

:t.L ,but It is not everybody who can inal amount in conference, and ask they had been spending a few days They will be her guests for a few ,
Turpentine
Snpplies "
.i :: .Qake a successful newspaper.. To runt you to endeavor to accomplish it." with their brother and sister. Mr. R. days before; going on to their home. .

f: :' ,a ,successful daily and weekly newspaper (Signed) SYD. L. CARTER.The E. Yonge, Jr.. and Mrs. Otto Mente. Improved Farming Tools 7

< J in a small community approaches people of Gainesville are Dr. and Mrs. Horace Reeves, for-

very nearly to a miracle. heartily in accord with Judge, Carterin Mrs, Russell 'Owens, of Pensacola., merly of Levon, were visitors to GET, OUR PRICES
Whn has: been nn a visit tn her a
his. sentiment. --- v- ** r Ocala Saturday. Dr. Reeves has purchased

The business of '1r. H. Chaille & JESSE E. BURTZ.A rents Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Marean in a sawmill at Kissimmee, and

'Son has grown to such an extent that this city for some weeks, has, re- will make his home at that place in Marion Hardware Company

T;; It has been necessary to erect a large meeting of the board of trade will turned home. the future. This section regrets very :_
,t; :Warehouse in the rear of the store much to lose this excellent couple, but
9th 8
held
be Monday, JUlY
on fat
: 1 Mrs. Harry B. Clarkson and children -
;. i'JQ'the storage of goods.-Miami wish them much success in their new
p. m., at the council chamber, for the left Saturday for Massachusetts
J' {.IiNews. Eo C. Smith. C. V, Roberti
'.., 'f'. purpose of 'considering a matter of vital to spend the summer with relatives nome.

:rr Importance to the welfare of the and friends. SMITH & ROBERTS.
", lit, E. P. Thagard, an up-to-date community. All citizens-whether Mr. William Lucius and his grandson -

:: Dentine hustler has Just returned I members of the board or not-are Mrs. George Pasteur and infant Clarence of Levon; Judge L. L and $_
,from an extensive trip over the east- and Profesor P., Wilson Funeral Directors Licensed Embalmers
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!I> earnestly requested to be present,. so son Master Francis Pasteur haVE Hopkins
;b*rn 'section of the county. He saystraveled that there may be a full and free discussion gone to Laconia, N. H.. to spend the Green, of Belleview; Mr. J. P. Hull, LATEST METHODS. BEST' 'Of CDS. WORK GVARANTI D-

j !; over as fine round tlnv .of the question that will be summer with Mrs. Pasteur's parants;, of Reddick; Dr,- J. G. Baskin and Telegraph orders receive prompt attention, and embalming done anywbirt ;

.;J.., ;.6irtd_. .landsas he has ever seen anytrhereHe brought up. T. 'T. MUNROE,. Mr. and Mrs. James Harder Marshall Kean, of Dunnellon; Mr, on short notice.

,: 51'1<; did not tell us of the num- President.For Sim Brown of Lero,, and ,Mr. Fred H:

:.,")1i.- i:of,acres. ',be purchased.' .' Keep your Jacksonville is about to repeat thi Robertson, of Crystal River, were;

_. -e7on',E..P.He, knows, a good- many the best pound cake, go to' H.Thalgott' story of Toledo. After Jacksonvil'tethere'll -, among the visitors in' Ocala Satur .O AL RURNITORE.tOMPANYa
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ENDEAVORERS. ILGHHAliCoHDiTIOH


,- (' INSTANTANEOUS SALVATION Rev. C. B. Wilmer Our state secretary- keeps tbe"or- I I 'IWo We Never Disappoint Our Patian"

: ida union in touch 'with the sister I ._
:1 In W Wa Fulfill Evsry Premise and NyrNoId Out

i: ',' :, ,-; Do Religious Revivals At1.mta-Jonrnal I.states by sending letters of condolence D UfC lib CURE StrlctoJo wUkou |h. Jtnlf or boogie* d VrLoc False*Hop!*irufc! *. .

f, in cases of 'disaster, as at San IIICIl paiD or detention from baftincaat Oont_gio Blood '
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t- : Lead : CURB_ cured never to retaru, without scereury or mineral iiutnre; Lou .| <4
Matll
Skepticism ? Francisco E
; letters of Vlgror .
0 1 commendation 3 rot- UM3Wn5YTLO Po lUTf ly ur dj BO itfrnalaut but prtt ;r?1
Tile Dr.King MeiMcal Co.It an inflation '",
if appropriate; or greetings, for conventions IN CAT Til R I&w.ofthe lute aX Georgia fOr the treatct! orgaDUc4u_': I

as they in __ rtierTonfaAie&KmlafliitMei. Dr K. E K ) aatvet, : |
assemble fact g. SIll
OF tO
/( OTE.-Bey. ; MANY YURS TO It THE BEST HUMClNt 01 n* f I taUln lMUa8.tatb8 chief CO ) IU.d
C. B. ;
Wilmer u\IIIICal1iCo:
a for the testimony of reliable business our secretary is' wideawakeand fiESJMQ MARKn FOB WSCASE IX STOCK OFAU.KINDS I fcy a tuff of eminent physician and torfecos bil I
y. r up AFPCIIU MID HUUn 9
0 "mer.rector'-of Grace' MIMX0 ThiN WM8 UOMUKM \ CTO '
BCceMlBtieueUBcntcf
: -Ocak Episcopal' churchof men. I: will even go further and say to: date, which is necessary in Chris nLGIIMAN IS NOT A FOODUT fURElr"5'0'1111[. led; w.BWbotljni6 is carrying on ,a spirited that when preachers of the tlVt. IT A TRIAL AM SAY! YOUR AHIHMi. Our offlwi are eqolpped viib *-1 the lUIlk. f
gospel L tion Endeavor totis( itAJ
:- : as well .as in worldly PRier CINTSAPAtUU leaX-wr.Tlolet iar,and'FlnMa ray 1a no
controversy with nvj
: ,several distinguished abuse one }Bother and substitute arrogance < matters. The. follQWlng paragraphs fO'SALf8YAu RE1A DRUjIT tlANUrAaURD OY eontrtTaace knows to the medical profession. Oar utliSa &
: ministers of Atlanta on the.:efficacy of are ACKERHAH modern In er rr rupect and we employ none boi U i.:
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., for argument and epithet. for her weekly.contribution: : STEWART.FAm trained and efficient attendants regularly tl&l1e4
;;: revivals and kindred ,subjects- Mr. sweet and Ucenaad pojaleiana being la cbaiee. .
reasonableness .skepticism isUUUilU I Probably all of our Endeavorers W. employ BO Bialeadiiig meaa. to
": _, .. are tfenn
: Wilmer takes the position that '"revivals" '-i L )I&UOn&ge-IIO 0.O.D.'.or luuuked for II> paC1Qw 1Ii
lU nsuu.' A twp le "AAV are not Interested in our neighbors on theSDuth tythli InrtaUon. Our terms for treats raionij Ie1 h ,
t
are motional and are not ,efficacious theologians to 110.00 per mODUlo(medtdueJ ( arerage *roll ft \
but have inclndail Jd
some horse we gin
Burnett S
i those "of the Protestant churches Jerry I 4. inca of a 1Ire within a.pecled sluis.S tit .

; and lasting and in many instances sense, are going to ask, what is the of Cuba, and will" be glad to share (EtfRthfI : CHROKIODISEASE t suoeessfiIj.treet iu '

," >> lead to skepticism and infidelity. use of being saved if if does not make with the state ,1\1\11 j 1\ neb.. Kidney tad BUddtv troable lo
; secretary a recent letter Merchant. \\ + REED0, Kuptve. Ilydrocel Drmni. beJlUIb.fIWJ r
S a man humble, reasonable, just, hon from Rev. E. P. Herrick for \\J 1 DUcuei, Tumor and maUzoact Louet.troubUi euu, .t\.
c The following article taken from a est, loving? After many Nose Tkroat, Head and Longs, Pisewei of 'l1h1OO'
this
reading
statement N. K. KINa, IL
well
years known in D. Chronic DUeaiea of Women
-, recent issue of the. Atlanta Journal will Dr. Smith still (whether Congregational I CHI;, WVWM.IUII, Pwysos DBMtnral Discharges and iucb weaknesses uch as of I>tllP1aeQq-;;:
say church work in wouen. .
jwill show'the trend of the our state. He now Tailoring: Writ/ 111 -jygdingyoureond1Uoa1fYOO! are sick: or afflicted. Oa ...
dlsc e ..
ssion.Ed .
J/. he agrees with 'me,,or not) that my lives in :Matanzas, Cuba' and of bis 11 send fOil 8.rW attr ,lnclo ifinptem&UnU for tome treaLm.as. *i <
Banner CONSDLTATIOW KXAMINATION
) view marks me as deficient in Intel!! Ocala Florida. AND ADTICETFRE ____
new Christian n* .
: I 'want Endeavors society, iu riMR HFfllfill HO. SMfaJS1
: to call attention to the ar- ,gence as fairness? Iflanta.fii :
+f.1", fft ,a:".;... ..," T ____' '-_ ... the CODln'e'atlnnaJ 00'U''J."}m1"t' .!. fho..o U IC, .111..:;: Finest 1 Imported and* ------- __ -. ......
U'-6'" "'A "U1'<1.1' 0 oJUUfU l.1 Dr !tev. : 1 T !L- ,
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"Our Brother Jones." writes: "We have about eighteen Domestic
Cloths.
George G. Smith of Viaeville, Maeon, '. .
A word .now 'on Brother Jones. We members.and '
meet '
: "About. .Revivals and Especially the fornightly. We expect '
..Work all admire his 'exquisite ,humor and to join the great Christian Endeavor Cutting a Specialty
f Dr T
rrey, a model of truth Ocala 1 House
'r loving kindly keen 'wit and I am willing to take my fraternity.- We have not Fits Guaranteed.UclYSJR Wine
writing on a subject on
dose got
which' so along with the rest and enjoy so far as a Junior yet. "Rome was -J Rooms
many persons are disposed L
n f the fun. But Brother Jones, as built In "
an a day.
to ,be arrogan dogmatic'and even and At AC K A JWi
: authority on Scripture and 'on prophets Rev. Herrick told of
: 'Vlt perathe., Atlanta seems to me to the- first National TRY OUR ,:

; ::: :need nothing so, much, right now as I does not have the same weight; Young People's convention ,of >

with me that Brother Jones the humorist i Cuba, which was to be held
to learn at Ma
the art of descent controversy ii
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', : \ ..'. or. rather conference, as a ba and do has. "Touch not mine anointed L tanzas June 11th to 13th, and invitedus OLD ((1LLEGHANY {4.

:: $. 'sls of all other progress. The differ my'prophets no harm" does I to send a greeting, which of course,

c ence between not give, warrant to the sage of Car- we were glad to do. The program
controversy and confer
tersville to say who is prophet and I printed in FUNERALDffiBCTORS. ; .
Spanish
is ,. was translated
-. ence the\difference between
two < "
: '
who not: and I don't think any before being :" : : : '
',' genuine sent to
Florida's
men playing game of chess, In which secretary : .: PURE
prophet has YG
"
ever called honest and was a
each is trying together to solve a very interesting one.
:: :',, chess difference of opinion doing him harm.That's Among other topics were the following : -
problem. In the latter both .
case .
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--1-I Ia
: are looking'tor, the, same problem, viz::;. baby talk. The New York Sun : "Advantages and Perils ct Have full stock : .
f"-- used to refer to the Hon. of Coffins Casket Put
:, ", thetruth. '. ,. ; and. if they criticise" eachOther's Cleveland as "stuffed Grover" Youth;, How the Church Can Helo' and Burial Outfits. Special given to up 4 full Qts
a
: prophet. I I Them
}., suggestions, it is given and I Improve the First and Escapethe Burial services.

: ,' taken in the same spirit of iove ,of do not sympathise with that, but it Last," "What Can the Church Do Embalming to Order : in Fancy Cartoons

," truth and recognition of' the need of suggests the important fact that there for the Youth?" "What Can the Youth .' :: -

"':. '. mutual helpfulness. The Rev. Dr.Smith's are prophests and-prophets. Running Do for the Church?" "Benefits Resulting : :
,i through a large part of the: Bible is Delivered at
from
the

:article. ., it seems joi me,,comes Organization of Y fe55i nal. your
i_ tip; to'this; definition.' And I< am sure a distinction between true ,prophetsand Young Peoples' Societies,"_ "How I to .- _... -- ..... '

,. that: this compliment will be regard false prophets. How are. we ever Lead Them," "Practical Care of Members jLD-FGLKR. I.. F. BLAIOd ,: Express Office .

_- -: ;; 'ed1&S 'at; least sincere, coming from to find out who is a true prophet and' ," Work of Children's Societies' CUtLER & BU1LOCK .

me when the fact who note: What protection have people "Outdoor Meeting," "Spiritual .
; is appreciated that t Life Dentists.

:: Dr Smith's communication is, 'almost against the arrogance of any ecclesiastical the Secret of Power was the subjectof Over if ar roe & Cham bliss Bank Ocala,Fla. : For $3.20.

; / entirely, directed against myself fakir who might come I one address and "The Bible in Civ K.P.'GGS. .

t. .. ...... J want.to say to him that I will along dealing out what he calls the i ilization" of another. The con- I I' _

JtjQX-.-i. --- always welcome criticism of gospel if no one is to be allowed to vention closed with an ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Regular $1.00
thatcharacter experiencemeeting Quart
; .' : call in question anything that may be and one for consecration. (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.) a Whiskey; write'for I It ?

'Tt s said? I do not mean that such a case One hundred OCALA, .
; much said had Pl.ORID.A.
and, that in simple has promised to attend : Complete Price list

'Justice to Pr, Smith, I wish to say occurred. I am only stating what and railroads and hotels. had offered EDWIN SPENCER. ; .: ,
1 t : might be. In the sermon on the low ,
'further)that rates.'
the criticism
Ion is directed \ in ques- mount we are expressly warned "It is a great'forward ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Ocala
S against movement to .
omething House
OCALA. Wine
against false j-8-y
FLORIDA.f .
prophets who Rooms
that I did not say. As an argument come to hold this convention," Mr. Herrick: .
us in K. CH
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sbeep'sclothing, who ortho- E.
are
.r7 writes. "It
against the proposition that the pres- is hard for one of the '
widespread dox, crying; Lord, Lord! and, who -do states to realize
skepticism how totally DENTIST
.in Amer; different OCALA
--, many wonderful works in the \" FLORIDA.THE J
ica is charged against modern revivalism name everything is here, even 'in Florida- OCALA PL

the article is a success; I of: the Master, even to casting out demons so near, yet so far." The sectarian societies PARLOS 1.. SISTRONK,- .: -- ,

_____I {;, .. do not think; in the first place, that but who yet. inwardly are 'ravening are. in the majority in the MURDER SPIRIT. A Boy's. Composition on Railroad-)
I, wolves. I repeat, I am not ATTORNEY-AT.UW. .
.there'li' any widespread ap- eight or nine denominations -.
skeotlcism that ,
)lviD.. thj>-- tp1'mC. ..!.' tn,... ...",hn _A_ are I Room \fAf.tif. Dnil/ltna- Since Cane slew Abel
--
---- at the
lU wnrlr PurSa murder
or even Positive MUJ uuu.1' piil" In -
xor infidelity, is mere The ChristiAn!:!, P1'. .C.1.: A Jacksonville
--------- boy lai
ticular. right
:' ly a repectJon of I am standing for the right to, byterians and pirit has shown itself at all periods:
mediaeval theologynot crlU ise. I am showing that we have Congregationalists have MISS B. N, SINCLAIR, and in all lands. same city with J. N. C. S., J. 'M.-i;
'of Christian ,
Christianity Endeavor societies.Mr.
itself
but of and N. B. B., is
said
to
,"r certain ,interpretations of Christianity no protection against' the kind of men Harold Ward, second vice pres- STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER... With pulpit, press courts, schools guilty of writing have be':> I!

:. which have no authority back of them Jesus warned us against'(on the platform ident of the Florida C.. E. Union, will and Notary Public. and jails, constantly at work .to create of the "Advantages'of a composition telJi!
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beyond. the laid own by the sage of Car have Special attention a sentiment against it, the a Railroad loJ
to
private opinions of cer charge of the Quiet Hour and I out of Town Work mur Country." He
;: tain individual tersville). And I want to warn all persons Tepth Legion Commercial Bank, der spirit seems to laugh at them a., was certainly a Jbh 1'i <
preachers department Ocala
: ,. who'pr() of our En 1- Fla. boy. He told how have -
they caused'
interested and
: pose to lord it over the rest of the that when they fling; de vor work this year. Mr. lift the finger of scorn at our civ- fbwns
Garrason
Christian epithets against all who interpret the of ., lization. to spring up and thrive, i Oj
church and one the vice
accuse presidents of
this
body who differs from them of every re gospel in anywise differently from I y "state. union family," was our giventhis lasear U: Will The other day at Madison Square, price has of lands helped the advance In th1

jecting the "gospel" themselves, as servants of Satan, dogs; department by President Garden in New York city, Harry from 50c and $1 .'\
and the like Finnie. Thaw acre to $30 and .$50, and be of
that spoke
2t there are people a Pittsburg
', Out to Many Causes.. so far in the term that he millionaire shot L .
could the
'I But. in this city. persons of character and I not and instantly killed Stanford quick delivery of the mails, tn!
,as far as such skepticism does accomplish as much as could have White,
: intelligence; too PayYou !H! a famous spread of newspapers, books
who
exist. think it due to a great many might think been doae if the duty had been taken architect of New York city. I1.t!

i 'causes besides "modern revivalism." they discern sharp claws In places up early in the year. We predict for: At Comfort, Texas, Joseph Rhein- learning the opening of mines, :1hJ

-; To where the wool has been displaced.If IP You hart was to have been building of mills and furnaces JII
come have
at Mr. married
once to what I did say Ward a bright future. The Quiet any Real{ Estate to the
and do think and am quite willing they do not want to be misunderstood Hour and Telth Legion members II to sell, I Ernistine Kutzler a pretty jirl. While half employment of a million and( :a
of
ir to. stand ,, they would do well to change he guests were all assembled people at good wages j
by :I believe Florida to
; that the doc are far too few, and we witness In
,1 1 iirlne'>' their tune. are OR the festal closing, he said:
of instantaenous salvation (as so far behind other states in this respect occasion, Rheinhart, '"Then the j

distinguished from instantaneous Dawn of a' Better perhaps Y u're without note or. warning, drew a railroads are a great *':4
conversion Day. more than .in any otir. i- thinking of coming vantage and
4 : ), is responsible for One thing e Our I F to weapon and killed the blessing to candidate5
< not all, more. There are peopl new superintendent needs our Florida for a home.OR' young woman for office,
but a great deal of, skepticism and :in this town, and scattered throughout help and prayers, and should have i in the presence 'of the assembled I enabling them to travel
quickly from
.positive Infidelity. I believe that this: the world who believe that a new them. hrong and then inflicted upon himself place to place, coY
;: what many counties in a hurry and mak r1ng''
has operated and does operate in" two I and better day has dawned on this Will the Christian Endeavorers IB supposed to be a fatal I

L directions. First, among -(he persons: weary old earth, a day of a better interpretation please read- at the very next meeting '' IF You desire to inyest in any wound...._ u. speeches denouncing the roads.tl ."

;' who have been of kind of Florida .Near nosweu, ua., me name
persuaded that because Christianity than the postal cards received recently from property, oia or The

: ,they have surrendered to God dark 'ages were capable of, a day of Mr. Newell. Conduct the "Father's Rooserelt'smother, John Grimes, a L tl local paper should be foUnd

in Christ, wider TO SEE well-known young farmer in every home. No children hou1'
and4have "accepted, I tolerance and of: more kindly business" as ,you would shot and i :
,4 Christp. your own,
>ind have "come 'under the' blood feeling toward all men. 'These, people you attend yours well. provided OR WRITE t nstanfiy killed Mrs. Evie McGinn: a L grow to up ignorant who can be taught

whatever that expression: may signify believe in Christ, but they do not believe -, We append herewith of I beautiful young widow. Jealous infat appreciate the home paper. It 13

k that they ,are actually saved. I believe in everything that is said in i sent by our secretary copy in greeting J. H. i uation Is given as the cause of the: said to be the stepping stone of in te,
: behalf of LiViNGSTON & 1 that this SONS trage those 1
i teaching is as contrary to His name., They believe in salvation 1 the Florida union of Christian En y.- matters not to be
;, Scripture' it from sin It seems certain found in books. Give ciIdre1
Is to common sense, and meanness, rather than: I deavor: that punishment your

[ that the result, in thousands of from brimstone. They believe more "Greetings from Y6ur OCALA FLORIDA.. nor the fear .of punishment is not a foreign paper which contains not .

,". -- B, WL8 Deen tllI t, after'the xc1te, in getting hell out of a man than -' Christian Enueavur -I t the' remedy fnr mnrrlpr. .,. word about any person, place or
7 in L menus in Florida '
mentis over'and the getting a :. THE OCALEI HOUSE A mark was put Cain thing, which they saw'or perhaps ever
enthusiasm_ has:I man out of hell. And when "To the young people CAfE. upon and hE i
assembled
II in L I said his heard of, and
; passed away somewhat, and these they are met by the charge that they their first National Christian punishment was greater than how could you expect
"s ved" people find ; are enemies convention be could bear. them to be interested. But let them
themselves of the gospel, in Matanzas The dining y
up they are Cuba, we send room of the Ocala House
; I j'i against the temptations of life, they excusable if they wonder whether the hearty offer of fellowship a will be kept open through the summer,, We must apply better educational I Iethods. have the home paper and read of peG
\f, \ gOidownand and desire and known as the Ocala q- 'n The pie whom they
in only prophets use Cafe. head meet and of of '
>! consequence, a" exempt from that and the heart place
reac The
\ criticism L we may be closer drawn cafe will be a la carte but '
together ,
tion takes place'; they feel as if they r ought to be those holding a certain I by faith in our Lord Jesus Christ cial rate will be jnadf to regular a sne- must be reached more effectually. which they are' familiar and soon an .:

had, made fools of theology and I boarders by 'the week. The In. the lays of Interest is awakened
? which
Increases
themselves usual
Ypu who and bumbscrcwrack
or, at t fight the new theology the mutual feeling of His children in well known excellence .:
least, had been deceived how do of the Ocala molten lead, and other with everdy arrival of the local .
and they you know you may not: Joyfully serving Him and House dining room will be maintained. dpvloes of paper
each
lose: confidence- in all religion. It is a be harming God's prophets and inter "In after other; and the public is assured of1' the best: horri"e tortm e there were more Thus a habit of reading Is formed "
fact years may you be able to there is for Wi* table. For murders and those
which many pastors fering with the weekly than there are children will read the
: will certify growth of the new look back to this rates and further : now. pa
I artlculars
convention call
that such people exist and that it is day which some of us believe has I season of soul-refreshing that as sucha its or write' C. M. Whitesides; Manager.on The schools the press ,and pIJII\s!( pers all their lives and become Intelligent {:

exceedingly difficult to get them to dawned, even as the Master foretold I power has gone through must ;et busy and keep busy j men and women, a credit tOl; 1

have anything to do with religion or that there must be things not i of many years their 'ancestors, strong In knowledge f'.i
the church. It Is old, but only servce. A stepping stone, we trust, Just at this time the mail- I of the world '
no answer to this new in His kingdom Is order as It.is today.
? At
to say that there:will be backsliders rate, will it do any harm If we. each any I in now broader being, nobler laid, which achievements, will help you I Education bJ Mail try louses'with are active in flooding the coun .

under to handsomely
any"system. ,
That one of us, give. gotten
is true but up the I ,UP'sprIng The man
: assumption of r which the Lord will 'call Hrf leaving home ranpaoyinenttogetaed who wrestles with the
where men are plainly taught that the infallibility respect the rights of others "'In behalf of you. eatIaD. Vtthii.iUneudylngMhome. catalogues, quoting attractive cow and learns the calves to suclr,
prices '
Christian think our state union omrades. .ArltJImetIc, Algebra. on staple
life articles
is to :
: m. warfare on which and talk.. and! give reason's GRACE A. TOWNSEND Grammar Btetorie Selencet,BiatOTy_ all sorts of and making: who casts v the corn before the liw1ne,
they enter Tl..k17 T..Jat" .KaII. big
at conversion then for our opinions 'reIIcJIen sounding claims for Is
if they. leaving the re to pui..nmtnafi.Jua.l'rr&: : of SIIeeeIIL CataJorue your cash., now In greatest luck; for butter'i
fail they fall with their sult to God's own test "Secretary. fr. .1d4itL J.IIWEIIFaa.tka.F1a.: They do not offer to ex: on the
eyes
of time
open ?
No one has made "Avon Park Fla., June 6, 1906. change their goods for the upper grade real's higher than

,.,)'1,,), t"";' __..'",c. .them.. promises C, B. WILMER. eggs, poultry, butter farmers a kite, pork is. climbing up the scale

_ _;.. f ";Akdtthfl,v'De l1 rr. f, S.-I liked Brother Donaldson's They don't trust or other produce. and beef is out of sight; eggs he
Y. the doctrine FRECKLES a penny's
"of Instanta-letter AND For worth but
: ;tr in this mornlng PIMPLES r Sale. make gathers every Iday from his poland
'salvation' Constitution.
neons (not Forty acres of fine you pay cash before

;., .. conversion) Is responsible instantaneous for I i A n evangelist' should not, in my judg. REMOVED la Tea Days.Nadinola. ange Springs, Marion county.land near Fla. The Or- D"P'w<4.... GoIIU.....I lue.._. .u Irelgllt. .. _besides.you. If get the chicken COOD and RrA wn1'th"..... .Almost... _
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deal of required to teach the. dis southwest Quar-I thing is gold, and we are
skepticism t wrong with
amongst outsiders. er, Section 4, township 12. : the goods or they the
tinctive
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When men are labelled principles of any one denom- d See the land and make me an offer. do not suit, they will not soup. corn brings him a fanCJ
as "saved".and '
_ go but! iamong their fellow ination. If he preaches "Repentance Tha Complexion 'M Address iss. D. C. Alexander. Shaw, ,them for you. 'They pay no taxes exchange !i price its rising every day. and he..

_ only to show that their men toward God, 'and faith in our Lord Beautifier 'is enJ 5-18-3m.. your citr or into rakes in all kinds of money for a

_,.. ... have not, been characters Jesus Christ" the preachers of each :- 1.'_ -c..... rj by thoaian1 A '-- which our schools county treasury with half load ,of hay. The farmer Is in the

: ," > transformed" Is It not denomination ::1it'" ::;sr.l c(jfratiiul ladicJ satisfied customer is the best ad are mantained, saddle and when
ought and he
ta ,be to .
: vertlsement. comes town.
facfcand: it willing to and satisfaction reads, brides
.is any wonder, that }! !; Is not ,and sidewalks
come together .- -' fti'C nte d to only our aim but built the rest of .
many persons out' of. the //on that. I for one, \ remo ery.iii the ; our gu rantee. Try The no not us by right should go wa ,
church :* White
led 'to. doubt are would not dream of asking an evangelist .... "' ail fahl dis loraJ. for men and House shoe; spring styles churches, contribute to our back and sit down
the''reality women charitable
of just
'W ti.44 arived. institutions
religion : anJ the The
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..- :at all, ,or, else conclude that religion Apostolical, Succession Lf&tyGT0ut11.fl to our poor. -
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___ ; U ,something divorced.from or Confirmation. f example.. Get the .c( 4 ca.I ia twenty iL,>, 53.x ud $1.00 Le '- '- Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Blake camei

_ f ,_ ._a:true, man right ,and. each one of us can It all lca.!; J ..t.-..., Miss Florence Walters who home Saturday ,
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what Lam. saying' I can finishing; For the t,Tc... weeks with and satisfaction is, not they been for a couple
\'bringhim- touches we. like' -. C. B. W. Thalgott's. belt bakery pound cake, ,go to i H.. elatives at Coleman returned, home only the white our aim Reuse but our guarantee. 'Try of weeks., Mr.- Blake is still far J trrn
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ip.pcala Tuesday Lang, Swartz & Co., and asked us togo where thegreat Newark Salvage sale; OCK

#opkins, of Orange Lake, ; with him,'to this firm's place of is "being conducted by the Southern tu artsa ooto

$g a few days Jn Ocala withjjfifGibI business. In going there we went Mills and Factory Syndicate. Those

through the Foundry and Machine that were there the day, before returned -
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| : >3 HcRae, and children I I'ijai shops (now the Ocala Iron and continued to take advan- .1 i I 4 +

clowu"to-Lake' :; ,Weir Tuesday af : Works.* -"_!. -o'\ti Tnan opened ,his tage of the sacrifice: prices. It is sup: Red Rock Ginger Me

t iospend: :a few days. eyes in amazement at the immensesize posed that the sale will reach its cul- +

': -- of this building and at the mination today and extraordinary efforts l ''f is the premier home beverageTaken ,,
rs:1."'PL Robertson and son have amount of work being done, Moul- _1
toWitney to Visit relatives for have been made to see that the .' with or after meals, it is so valuable an '
ders draughtsmen pattern makers, ( ''Jr Ib
\ aid to digestion that' many leading sanitariums
-rfjme" customers are waited on promptly.Cash %
., = : drillers, planers* boiler makers and r. l order it, barrels at the time, for the use'of their \ iii'S
v 'ikSt1l all kinds of toilers and automatic machinery boys, package wrappers and convalescents and patients. It is also a splendid

:.Morris has succeeded were at work.. These are the clerks by the score have been en- 'C tb remedial agent in various kidney disorders, and =,
.- 'Grace Moore'.at the telephone it never causes constipation.
., ,' largest, shops, south of Jacksonville gaged for today, and it is promised ,

et : and most any kind of iron can be turn- that every customer will receive Keep it in your home for indigestion

,: ::.f:SaV- -Richardson and two e out from them. We believe the prompt and polite, attention. 'tt fiplbv dyspepsia, etc. "lit

i-, .\ : roll The want to make this 55 4It.#
'> number of men on the, pay are company ,
-1i!ors:and Miss Bessie Glover are SOLD BOTTLED AT.ALL GROCERIES, ETC., G
now betweeneighty and one hundred sale,a record breaker in its history, ,
ik this. week at Lake Weir.IvHkrrrlFeinberg AND ON DRAUGHT AT SODA FOUNTAINS .
,j Mes rs. 'Lang, Swartz & Company and for that purpose,are making extraordinary i''
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occupy the, building formerly occupiedby preparations.If .
"" ,: of Dunnellon, was the Foundry & Machine Works you want to learn just what judicious LANG, SWARTZ &: CO. Wholesale Distributors Ocala, Fla.NATION'S .
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Ooila! --Tuesday on his' way to Sato -_.. .. -
:. and have it "chock-a-block", with .and systematic advertisingwill
:,aasah : visit relatives. accomplish take a into the Captain Sewell of Grahamville 1
"', goods. The floor space of this build- peep ,
:. }, BIRTHDAY
[,- C. Ing is immense and this firm is doinga Variety today. It will put all doubts represented his section In! Ocala Tues-
; i'iLI ?;" RIckeston and Mrs.
constantly increasing business. ,aside. You will see customers buying day.
g
Summerfield vis-
"Wt lardt. of were'
: have the 'torn the advertised list and you will
Ocala third. They a sign on outsideof \
fBhQppers in the
,.1tors" ,.<,< -' the building, the letters ,of which see further, that every article will be WILLCELEBRATED. Why not take advantage\ of the ... -_
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,'::-'Mr:; -,:Carl Ayer, of'Dania on the east measure six feet in length and when sold just as advertised with the dis canal craze and bring 'Silver Springto
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r ::1'f.tea, t..1rCin.' ,the, icty" on a visit; to finished will 'cover the entire frontof tinct understanding that every 'article Ocala? _

", ,' may be returned if .it does not come
)tls parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer. the. building.The .
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if. "'" ,,,' -- ice factory is busy also and .is up to the guarantee.The Preparations for Glorious Celebrations All Mr and Mrs. W. B. McConn of

". MisLott,>, Elvie Wiliams' came down taxed to its fullest capacity to sup- Variety will be the great Martel were among the Martelltes

"".Jac 'sbnvflle_ Tuesday afternoon ply 'the demands made upon it. Fourth of July rendezvous. To see itt Over the shopping. in Ocala Tuesday.

1'end 'a\short' while with friends The mill: and crate factory of will be almost like a circus, and it ( Country. I

'h'il tbis city", Messrs. Meffert & Taylor the will cost you nothing. I: M. Edd Bennett, the electrician of '

4 r]: : -- Ocala plant, all located in The Red Front tells the whole Dunnellon was in Ocala on Tues .;
'f in gas Presient Will Deliver Oration at Oys- !tbns, committee of the \.T. s. slnate,
stated
I>etead Kissimmee as
: same'section story. day.
the are kept constantly I
pet columns we should have saidtyir2H ter Bay-Bell, in IndependenceHall will deliver the principal oration and
busy and employ a full forceof Tolled Last Night-Some lit is: expected that he will define the
:. A:_Reeves, formerly of Lefcttiaspurchesed men.' Death of Mr. Henry T. Spooner. Mr. M. J. Forbes, a prominent
mill at In- f Cities Will Not Permit Fireworks American foreign policy on that oc
saw
: ; a We also went through the wholesale trucker of Anthony section ,was on a -
Georgia "Pops" Meet Today. castor
-and left Sunday for mat city .
, \ establishment of the Teapot News reached Ocala Tuesday morn- 5- .' business trip to Ocala Tuesday.
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r llo4make.his, home there. Grocery, tI is'a two-story brick I ing that Mr. Henry T, Spooner who S
From Wednesday's Daily.
London, July 3.-The American Mr.J/
had resided'on Williams, at the head of
Lake Weir near Stan-
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structure and both floors are packed
:; if'I1he."Blue Ribbon Flavor," that ton Special to, the Ocala Banner: colony In, this city will celebrate the the Williams Fish Company of Homo
with goods from floor to ceiling. The fqr many years had died suddenly -
;;.riotiches'the exact spot. Ask for Atlantic Coast Line and the Seaboard at his home Monday -night at 8 Washington D. C., July 3.The Fourth tomorrow in the usual man- sasa, was transacting business In

: Jii JRibbbniLemon'and Vanilla. A- o'clock.Mr. glorious Fourth the anniversary of mer William Jennings Bryan Rill deliver Ocala on the 3rd.
Air Line each have tracks runningto
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ely;pnre,.. goes twice as far: and all of these establishments, which Spooner came to Florida from the signing of.the Declaration of Inde- the oration of the day.. -
"'flavor is perfection. pendence, will be celebrated tomor s Maj. L. T. Izlar left Tuesday for
Boston Mass. number of
o' ",.,. makes the loading and unloading most a years ago
<.<.z-;- convenient. and chose the shores of this beauti- row throughout the country and also Atlanta, Ga., July 3.-The populistsof South Carolina to take part in_a mur-

E Yr1, "A11lck'" ''W. Inglis was In Ocala Mr. H. B. Masters, also has a large ful lake for a residence. He set out in foreign countries, wherever there Georgia will hold their state con- der trial. He is the leading 'counsel'
'',returning' to Rock Springs "rA Americans. The main features of vention tomorrow and it is expected! for the defense.
warehouse at the junction of these an orange grove and saw it come to

.. i-ri;visit-to: ;,his parents, Capt. and two roads, which, like the others, maturity and what is more saw it escape the celebration will be practicallythe i that they will nominate a full ticket.

"L.join ,.U: Inglis in ,Jacksonville immense quantity of the disastrous freeze of '95 (one same everywhere; firecrackers :The[ convention will hold at the ,state FOR SALE CHEAP-Or.e thousandlive
,' handle an
,..,, ;";' among a thousand that did so.) flags, bunting parades, patriotic. capital oak fence posts; alto two thous.anfl -

}., ,t ij+.Jotn Wv Pearson, presient of goods.If < thinks "nothing is doing Mr. Spooner had a wife and son speeches and general jollification. On- red bay cherry and cedar boards.B. .
'Meson' anyone there will be Take the Postmaster's Word for IL H. Seymour<,ala. Fla 7-3 M2t
., OH.and Gas Company? in, Ocala they have only to vis- living in the north, but for some cause ly in a few instances ,- -

ging-an,. ; outing- at Harrisonville, it the section named above, to be con- he lived alone at the lake and seemedto special features' In connection with Mr. M. F. Hamilton, postmaster at
have greatly loved his beautiful retreat the celebraiibn. President Roosevelt Cherryvale, Ind., keeps also a stockof Dr. B. F: Lisk, of Connor, was in
the
ptft vinced to contrary.
I'r general merchandise and Ocala on professional business Tuesday '
-;- there. He was a man of extensive will on to Oyster Bay, 'where he will patent
jrii Chappell) of Kendrick has Messrs. Cline & Yonge located on and '-"-or the oration of the day at a public medicines. He says: "Chamberlain's He has quite an extensive practice
cultivationand
the A. C. L. In the southern part of : learning great, Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoeae
:"'ft to:his old home in South Caro- He will return here on Remedyis practically covering the county.
fei,,tojpead'his summer'' vacation the city are liekwise doing an increas- : refinement, and is supposed to meeting. a. standard here in its line. It Fp helongs to the "old guard.
': business and frequently have to have been quite wealthy. Besides his Thursday. never fails to" give staisfacticn 'and
-tom friends ,ing '
and relatives. .
we could hardly afford to be withoutit.
I he owned a large body
orange grove
:, r in order to keep with
t at
work night
r rw I I of round timber land near Lake Weir, Philadelphia. Pa., July 3.-One hun- For sale by all ruggists. m Mr and Mrs. Caton, of Pine, street, ..-
xre.: B,-/A,/'Weathers, Miss JanetWtheri their orders. dred and thirty strokes of the,bell at sire vis-ting at Oc la. Mr Caton iscoverta
Indeed there seems to be ome- mortgages on property in this city .. Mr. C., J. McCraney, game wardenfor .
and.Master: Paul Weathers
jt.o ;
Iron
: ; midnight will usher in the annIver- : ;? a ve"8 attack
and number of houses in Jacksonville.
: _ftltto thing doing" everywhere la Ocala except a the county, was in Ocala Tuesday
Tuesday of
/Weklwa Springs sary of Independence Day In this city typhoid fever and It is hoped that
reJteziioon at ,the doctor's offices. They re- He requests us to '3a} that where ;
to spend 4 week enjoying There will be the customary cele- ll.tc&"i'ge will assist him .to recover

_?8feitrihat_ :=resort._ port that the health of the city is persons want a deputy game war ten his 4r' : th.Tanj >u Tines
"'''aHnn with patriotic speeches sing :
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.,.,, ." -.... I extremely fine and that there is very A Romantic Wedding.A appointed that he will take plea&ure .. b
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school children etc,, in Independence
ing by
':<:#,.M :J.WBridwell:. one of the best little doing along medical lines. in complying with the request bait Mrf Allen Gibson, of Leesburg, cap-,
will also be "
I fliaand'electrlcians Jn the state ar- romantic marriage of a popular square., There the names of suitable persons: oust tain of the Alligator was In Ocala
: 1i'fij) :;the The Messrs. Taylor Give Watermelon young couple of the Connor section celebrations in all the parks and a re-
city Monday, and is nowsuingH accompany the request with a properly Tuesday. He says the contemplatedcanals
: ;; W Tucker In his 'elec- Party. took place Sunday, July the first. getta on the river. '
: signed petition., Mr F Alc ran v will connecting the lakes of Lake
c tikik onstrucuon work Mr. Oliver McDonald and Miss soon move from Higley to Stanton.. and continuing the canals to LeeS
.; 'c: 'Messrs. John; Will and James Tay Smith attended the Baltimore, Md., July 3.-A law having
, .' ** Nancy morning He gives evidence or ma; ing a very burg, making it a ,port, will speed its
firing
? the -
lor celebrated the Fourth of July sea- service at the Ocklawaha been passed prohibiting
Baptist '
> 'E. Bridges and children of fine official. growth Immensely.
: city..'and, Mrs. Bridges brother, son in a' most happy' and felicitous, Church and none of their friends of crackers, cannons, etc., In the .

I' .4:Pr.Greene;.,of- Tampa, have gone to' manner. At the ice factory Tuesday knew that In a little while they wouldbe city tomorrow's celebration will therefore Hon. A. S. Mann, who is perhaps "Faraway Moses," our facile correspondent
M : night they gave an old-time southern made be unusually quiet. The police better known than other In
__:; &rollna:to spend the summer. one.Immediately any man at Daisy, was In Ocala Tn-
watermelon party to which were bid after the service they have strict orders to arrest any person this state on account of his connec- esday. He will leave Daisy( for

'.. l Ji.Wand.Smoak. who now makes den about seventy-five of their friendsof drove to Lynne, where Col. R. F. Rogers violating this rule icn with the good roads movement, i few weeks having contracted, for a

;": -'t,;-Crystal River, came up both the older and the younger united them in marriage. They having traveled and spoken in every piece of work at Grahamville.' He lean

'k Jpen,the Fourth of July with his crowds, and. also quite a number of then returned home and announcedthe Des Moines, la., July 3.-A law hav- state and territory in the TJuion was excellent citizen and
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the dis- any neighborhood -
t(Mr.'and' Mrs. J. L. Smoak. the young married people. news of their marriage to their ing been passed prohibiting in this city Wednesday. Mr Mann is lucky to have him for
', a
--"e '-. ..' Dozens upon dozens of ice cold, delicious friends, who after their surprise, charge of crackers, cannons pisvus, came to Ocala from Maunchunk, Pa., citizen.
/ : Jackson and Deverieaui melons were cut and were ali etc., in this state, there is some .pros- ;
wished them manner of happiness.The In the, early 70's went from Ocala to

::,' Cup' to Gainesville Tuesday too heartily enjoyed by the crowd of, Ocala Banner joins the other pect of.,. ,a more subdued and less noisy I Crystal River, then in Hernando county Hiss lola Liddon, who-has been

,th" lorJous fourth" with rel- young folks. friends of these young people In hopIng celebration of the nation's holiday 1 and was sent from that;county to the making her home at Wauchula for a

':;l tedia; ,'that, clty The Messrs. Taylor turned over the their life together will be one of tomorraw. legislature. Since that time his history the past year and 'a half, came up
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: --: cold storage plant and factory to their .usefulness, prosperity and happiness. : has been of common fame. He is Tues "v to visit her.parents, Mr. and

; .Susie Walton, of Palatka, Miss guests and did everything to give Guthrie Okla., July' .-For the :a good and fast friend to Florida. Mrs. C. A. Liddon. Miss Liddon has avery .

"i 'Iiowardand Mr. Charles How. each person a big time and they succeeded Only 82 Years Old. first time In its history Oklahoma 1111 successful music 'class at Wau

/-ofGrah,: mvme, were the guests admirably, as everybody present celebrate the Fourth a? a state. Flags Twenty Year Battle."I chula. -

,;IJfesD Franc Howse and family on had the time of their lives and "I am only 82 years old and don't with the forty-sixth star added will be -- r
': laxaha"avenue be expect when I get to be real old to displayed everywhere and the day was a loser.in a twenty year battle -
melons as can
Tuesday. feasted on as fine Referring, to the berry crop In Ar
t. '; -J'_,. feel that way as long as I can get will be ouiidoubtedly celebrated with ,with chronic piles and malignant
found anywhere.Miss Electric Bitters," says Mrs. E. H. sores until I tried Bucklen's Arnica kansas, the Gazette of Little Rock

:: erman A. Fort of Lynne, has Brunsen, of Dublin, Ga. Surely thereis more than ordinary enthusiasm Salve, which turned the tide, by cur- says: "In the season just closed

-: tQ'jTJaytona where he will en- Chase to Wed Mr. J. C. Hoover. nothing else keeps the old as young Governor Frank Frntzwill deliver Ing both, till not a trace remains" !Washington county growers sold '
a'fiiort' and makes the the principal address at Hobart. writes A. M. Bruce, of Farmville, Va.
visit to his daughter, Mrs. .- weak as strong as I some 250 cars of strawberries for ,
for old ulcers cuts burns and
'lC this grand tonic medicine. Dyspepsia t Best I
madeof '
; Ctitton.Si .' The announcement has been $175,000. Adv&es from
: liver inflamed wounds. 25 cents at Tydings & Co., Rogers say thegrowers
;' marriage of Miss torpid kidneys or Worchestsr, Mast, July 3. The
e-" the__approaching chronic >constipation are unknown af- of tomorrow's celebration druggists. m I hare all made some money, _
Shelly and Pansey Souter Etta ,Chace ana .air. Joseph Cremin ter taking Electric Bitters a reason- special feature but that the greatest gain has beento

'::It'. ::came down to Ocala Tues- Hoover, the marriage to take placeat able time. Guaranteed by Tydings & of the Fourth of July will be Dr. Sheldon Stringer left for Philadelphia the pickers who received about :'

. ..Jiemoon> form 'their home at that three: o'clock In the afternoon of Company druggist. Price 50 cents.mOcala 'the dedication of the \Vorehester Monday night on II.sai! mis- !fitf,(00 for gathering the crop. ,

i?,i "" 'aa4 are the guests of their aunt, July ,the twenty-third at St. )Iar 's county memorial statute of General sion-that of carrying Col John Saw;

5> I:.. _._.- Fannie Clark. Episcopal church at Starke, Florida. has had a larger number of Chas. Devjens. It will take place in yer to private sanitarium, where he Wants Col. Bob to Have a Fat Office.
visitors this week than we. have seen the court house in the forenoon -
[' ': : The announcement will be pleas- front of will undergo treatmeht for mental

t.I.- ", Clarke. ot Dunnelloa, has antly recieved by the bride's friendsin on our streets in a'good many months. Charles Devcas. O&borne a aberation. Col. Sawyer, who is one It was ten years ago today that'Hon.

'- Oa.;with the city electric"light Ocala. She is,the' daughter of Dr. Among the visitors noted on Tuesday grandson of the general will deliver! of the brightest young lawyers in the Robt. W. Davis received his first

tod,.will help at our city baseb4 James: Chace, of Jacksonville, and a were the following: Mr. Robert Mon I the address and unyiel the statute. I state" recently ran against Col. V. nomination for congress from the SeC-

"occasionally when there is seer *t T..,r.. Edward Chace-!--- -" of this roe, of Pine, who was accompanied by Harris, of Key West for the position two things he was nominated for
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sea< hand.-.- He'Is said to be Al city. Miss Chace made her home his Interesting family; Mr. G, W. Elizabethtown. N, J, July 3.-Owing of solicitor of the criminal court of two things-he was nominaed for .

:,. :thobarM) :, here with her parents: during her early Mills of Fellowship; Mr. Pat Randall to .the unsettled state of affairs Munroe county and was, defeated. OwIng congress without being a candidate ,
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;-; girlhood and in the past few years of Connor; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Strick- in the city the usual, noisy celebration -! to the strain he underwent :during therefor and he retired, of his own free-

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.-', "dnnle" Lester,of Miami, who casions. and'Mrs.. Lovell, of Sparr; Mr. and omitted tomorrow. T ierc will be no ney :was collapsed entirely.. Jtiis many people of Florida will refuse to permit -'

':/apeafng the, past two Mrs." J. M.. Condrey and Mr. and Mrs. fireworks and all saloons will remain friends throughout the state hope for Colonel Davis- to remain In pri -

....O'i1.1Vftb; 'Mrs. Patterson's A Hard Lot M. S. Hill, of Coleman; :Mr. Sebastian closed. an early recovery.-Tampa Times. vate longer and will again elevate -('"

: W.K.: ZewadsM. and near of troubles to contend: with, spring Lehman, of South ,Lake Weir; Messrs. S -- him to some position of trust and honor

-- '-Pi nt; with her parents Mr. from, a ,torpid unless liver awaken and blockaded them to Robert and Donald Ferguson, of Ber iris, July 3.-Uartcr tie auspicesof Mr. John T. Lewis, of Mas Bluff, !- Men of the Bob Davis stamp are ,

,YJ.Af:: .,;Barco;' left Tuesday'' their bowels proper action you with Dr. King's lin; Mr. M. Atkinson, of Oldtown; Mr. the American Chamber of Com- postmaster, merchant, car.egrower, too scarce In public office.-Tampa I ,

:;f r':Gainesville; They will New Life Pills; pleasantest and J. B. Malloy; 'of Anthony Mr. F. merce the Americans in this city and all-round man of that section Tribune.' 4

.. oral weeks Jn. that'city with most effective cure for constipation.' Butch,,of Carter's Pond; Capt. Frank will hold a grand Fourth of July celebration was transacting busines s" in Ocala Altogether" top, scarce. No 9ffice'IsY

_l fwe. going "tUrlher'north { preventappendicitis and tone Lyttle, of Stanton, and a large number tomorrow. Senator Bever- Tuesday and was visiting our whole- too big for the distinguished-ant,wor
25 cents, at Tydings .
;kM.1 '& < &up Comp the system.T ,,drug' store. m of others. Ige a member of the foreign'rela- sale .establishments. thy gentleman." ? \ 1 -
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: tZ; : ?THE;'''OCkLA BANNER '' "G vernoan-: Harris. THE- ROMANCE THEWORLD'S : BE STRENUOUS, BUT .'

THE PAY WE CELEBRATE HEIRESS. GOOD
.;r.', 31. / .. :- -. RICHEST SAYS HAt
2y x ..... ,tJrnt ; 'EditorHarris. a f- the Ocala. Banner, -

'r'h' ,:: ,: .. '<," r FRANK, r HARRIS. ,'Editor., has' done his best to discourage 'his All Germany Agog Over the Engag Yale's Head, in Baccalaureat f

t, :p... V,"'. .Uavwgood", Bus_ in,'- i Manager. J gubernatorial booth,..but it refuses to ment of Bertha ,Krupp. Glares Man Who Stands'p,4
.
t .. ', :-'f'. The Greatest In the History 'of The World-A Masterly keep quiet., His friends put him in sive ,is Atl-Despise&. '"
Berlin June .-The greatest interest .
the limelight cow and then and If aa --= {.

'.. .' /> '.' Tribute To ,the Genius of the Man Who Made the 'Old"'Neighbor**In the Tampa Tribune is being takes in the engage In the presence of an over ::;f i, '

,. -, '. ,'" ment of Miss Bertha Krupp .and the
.' can have his way, It will be Governor congregation of students and 1'Ai.

S Possible. lucky man Gustavus von BphlenHalback. and their friend "',
;;,: ,. ,Day <" Harris 'next time sure. Stranger President "

things have, happened and very much is being congratulated on T. Hadley, of ,Yale delivered the

':: Wednesday'was the- natal day of and -in the principles on which it worse things might happen. There every hand.Naturally. calaureate sermon to the senior '

:>, American independence greatest I rests.. was Jelks,. over in Alabama who operated the personality and career at New Haven last Sunday. T 1i

1 and edited a country paper all of the prospective groom in the portance of a high standard Qt?"
day in the history of the world-a day We admit' the fallibility and infirmities ,

his life-but he did that well, just as diplomatic service are being keenly) sonal morality joined with a Ute*|

that has made free government possl- of'man.. Brother Harris, does-and .now he's discussed in German society the en- deeds rather than words wii'""

ble, ..and, is the hope and the 'insplra- We admit that different conditionsoften one of the best governors. Alabamaever gagement being far the most inter keynote of 'his address. :,

Motto The 'Banner, btlievirig those tion of the people of the earth. require different: means and had.'Ju1d theer are others.-Live esting social event, that has .occurredfor "In these -last months," he If.:;

at the top weD able to take 'ear* ofthfmsttyct .. Oak Democrat. years. "the community has
The men, and the hour met s;, c-,m- a + ?rent forms of government been shocked
ha.'t ke'iti'ta d in the "Yes, and there was McSweeney, Gustavus von Bohien-Halback, whois the revelations of immoral m ....
pletely that it looks if it the
as
were But
: we deny the right of unlimited
barricade. with the common people over in ,South Carolina, who ran the thirty-six years old, was born a in the conduct of business and'

.: ,and Itt fight will be made for,the bet work,of an overruling providence* power to any man or to any majoritof y whole gamut. of newspaper work The Hague, where his father was minister tick on, the part of men who had""
That o'ir readers beanie: t..t.ter *.,..
<
may men
and
< to
t rm.nt, el those at, the bottom. we ready overthrow from office boy to owner of a country for the Grand Duchy of Baden.The toyed the respect of the comet

acquinted with the commanding; usurpation and tyranny whenever paper and who made an excellent family has extensive, estates in We have asked ourselves -.....
genius of,the one man tht n'o.Ithli! such is exercised. over *,
FRIDAY power governor. A good ,editor is fit for almost Baden and also large interests in the over again how it was possible"such
JULY 6,1906. day; posible we republish an eulogy We do not affirm the equal capacityof
any position. Bartow Courier United States. men, honorable
high-mi !
-
of him made some by Ho ,
years ago n men to govern; but we do affirm
Florida gubernatorial candidatesare C. R. Brekenridge' tf Kentucky.Mr. rip of Informant. After studying law at Heidelberg and self-respecting to all outwariij
right man to
every equal government Hon. Frank Harris will ,fill the bill, University;; he went to the United i pearance, should have -
'and that-
so. numerous so busy. it ] Breckinridge said: accepted =
and. we are sure no mistake would I States, traveling extensively the:e. customs without
Is hard to realize that this is an "off" We do not celebrate the day becalise All rests with the protest ]
year,-Times-Uaion. t Jefferson power primarily be made by .placing! the reins of government Returning to Europe in 1897 he was "But if any of us will look k '
was president., Cth-- people. The calls for a government of ;
,. In his hands.. .He'is. a man, appointed to a post in the foreign own present and prospective t.eu'0I13
became
er men president and some delegated and limited *
expressed -
,' The Santa ,Rosa Star:: is, the name. have equalled if not excelled him in in a written constitution powers made of the right tuff, anyhow, office at Berlin. the answer Is not far to;sell

of a' new paper just started at Bag the distinction with which they filledthat which is both the warrant and limitation whether we make a governor: out of Was in Washington !in 1399. The moment we _choose as our_ _,

., dad. It Is -neatly ,printed and carefully" ; exalted position. We do not eel of its him or not-Tallahassee True Democrat The young diplomat went again: to pie of professional success Ute'jsK
powers.
: edited America,in 1899 this time as secret who has "eo<
: .made
a fortune
ebrate acquisition or
the of the
territoryof There rests with all men the rightof _. s&urg
ry of the German 'embassy at Wash an office or achieved
S= Louisiana, of which' our own f41rstate revolution which in extreme a repuUtS t
cases I We have seen crowded stores in ington. His abilities !
for
Speak kindly move easily do-duty is 'a part, and which act confirmed when their alienable rights are secretarial .with the world we tend to pUt:G
Ocala on big days, but we never saw work of a delicate "
:cheerfully look diplomatic nature tune and office and
: pleasantly, hear patiently in large measure the destiny denied them and all ordinary forms reputation la tit
; \ quite as many 'in any store at anytime were soon recognized and in 1900
he foreground
,, reprove tenderly love constantly of our people rand conutry.: ,Nor i is redress have failed, and there is in and to regard the qset
'as were the Variety
in your homes.f there< anything i Monday. There was scarcely standing Schwarzenstein v. :
to
Pekin as secretary fice or
h it reputation as an !
to unlmportas
I was patriotic sfI'mt'P.that' should exercise as did our colonial
r.4 Senator room. Indeed It became so 'crowded I of the international '
THlman says ne is afratb' d conference to ar Incident.
binds him to
: heart for

our the fathers, of blesed Jj
memory.
'. 'to ;eat:meat If so, it is the .first thing suffering he endured, Jefferson was Government is Instituted .that. the doors-- had to be closed, :range terms of peace with ,China. "When things once get Into.tiii,

that,has scared him in among as it was Impossible to wan on those His next appointment
a long time- was that of shape In our mind
: not a martyr. Though a devotee to every position:;
men by men and for men and its
TimesrTJniom already on the inside. At 12 o'clock, first secretary to the Prussian honor
: legation
freedom< and an advocate of r volu.tion. highest function is to maintain' the or power becomes one of pe;!
the store was closed absolutely until to the Holy See in Rome which to the soul. The
his life was a life of affluence andease liberty and safety of the individual greater the crii$
one
.Esopus N. Y. and N. J. o'clock so ,as to prepare for, the he has filled since 1902. we are called to face
Princeton the
and he, died in peace and tuB' of man in order that he may have the afternoon sale. upon greateret

,1 have not yet made arrangements to ftonors. There is nothing in his life, fullest opportunity to advace him. Persons were there It was .in Rome that he first m the ruin that follows. We have OB!|

burn up a few fireworks on the occasion and there is nothing in his death. cat from Sumter and Citrus counties ,and Miss Krupp. Last year the Prussian to look at the facts in the weiif

of Colonel Bryan's return to his crilated to move us to love, tsn-ler-' self.We decry the deceptive maxim of purchased' directly from list of arti minister Baron von Botenhan gave a about us to see how far the .Am;
-: des as advertised in the papers. It dinner to which -<#
native land. Miss
Washington. Post ness or pity. Krupp and her can people is from really beUetinl
equality under the law and exalt the
eclipsed sale that has
any ever taken mother
were invited. Von BohlenHalback in Jesus
Neither as a hero does he appeal toour' better maxim of equal laws. as the man they wish to bi
Bryan is not in a bit of a hurry imagination. Jackson wad the place in this city at any time not was instantly attracted. to like, and in the things for which Jess' .
The best for
.. :toj: get" .back to America, What's the rtron; arm of the democratic artyWe ,; not< in armies support or in navies,government or in is excepting g those of the 'holiday season the bright, pretty German girl and stands as the ideals. of success. .j

use'He seems to have that nomination asked permission heron "As we what
accompany see the
{ celebrate big world Is dan
great victory though coercive laws but in the hearts of the :
.solid anyway,-Live Oak Democrat it was devoid of results; and we remember people. If there is any doubt about the virtues expeditions to places of interest In science and industry in commerce''"'''l

; that he demonstrated for: all We contend for a complete divorce and efficacy of: "printer's ink"as around the Eternal City. and in politics we also wish totai,i

time both, the energy of popular government for a helpmeet to the merchant that They spent many happy hours together our: part in the achievements. .1

-A noteworthy feature i of the great and the sufficiency of constitutional ; necessary pure religion, a pure doubt would have been dispelled bya and before leaving Rome Frau despise the man who is content|j
between church and
state, alike ;
r. as
,reception that is being prepared 'for government, conscience peep into the Variety Store Monday, Krupp invited him to the Villa Hue- stand passive while so much actl.l

Mr Bryan "in New York will be Mr, and civil liberty It would have the gel l. the '
< But Jefferson was the founder of In its last, analysis the people cured most hard palatial Krupp residence near life Is going on about him. Mea-ft

Bryan reception of Colonel Henry the democratic party He was the the only real hope and foudation are ofrat ened case of skepticism. Essen. He came, proposed and was saved by what they do not by Tr|!
Watterson.-Nashville
:
Banner
statesman, philosopher, the doct I- good governments. Instruct them in -- accepted. That was just a month ago. they profess. This is the great'S,

Yes, yes, yes I A rainbow begirtsour The World's Richest Heiress. derlying belief of the '
'. .WejareaU'curiosity' naire of democracy He is the chief its principles and they will prevail. present agj
to see' Con whole heavens. The "
: men in the Miss Krupp is and it is belief
human exponent of all the world and undoubtedly the richest a which f.ndf'! a'r
Or if for
gressman.Frank Clark We a season they are led astray ice .
again.
krtof all time of'the correct theory of combine have been jailed and the heiress in the world. By her father's sponse in the heart of everyone: ;]ot '
revive the '
well know the true faith and they
Inimitable "Frank" has meat
packers have
been
pointed will
the
o works
t us.
at 1
Essen
government, and we celebrate this Keil |
: "some,new will return to it :
ones"and that he Is always ,as our people have them as an example. The "trusts" -
# day to exalt. and perpetuate his doctrines done in these latter Madgeburg Obevhausen, and elsewhere "But is is not enough to get thiaf.
'"good.companyu. and loves to days. have, been hit over the. head with the the
d and we hall it as the daydawnof total value of which is don They must be done rIght
:
tell Jacksonville These are of the
them.
some truths that
Floridian; "big stick" and the railroad
rate bills nearly $55,000,000
were very splendor of the
converted modern \rnni
a new era that found its noonday
.. breathe
: from the pages of this incomparable I the law
of
x : The thousands splendor: in the promulgation of 'the the land. To 'quell the into a limited liability company with; achievements makes it Ihblo to'lfo
of friends of EditorGeorge teacher. They reach fears
'' of'the timorous and suspicious .,200.000 capital. Bertha get this
declaration of independence. Krupp holds necesity. It becomes Il'U< ;
W Wilson of the Tim es- above the heavens... They should bee the "free passes" called "
are in
IJniori, will regret to learn that he Thomas Jefferson was not a ph and 159,996 shares in the company andher 'sorted ijv the doing of things tbR

bail noraenon. He .wa Pt.tpr 1ig'v" come a part of the very nature of our I can never more serve as "scarecrows' mother and younger sister Bar' loses its sense of direction This i

'' (grave remains fears.are'entertained in- miserable\ health for his, anxas:: the concrete and common Hse'i people. What is public opinion but In the political conventions or in pri bars are otherwise provided for. why we say that the present :fit Se'

roeairession; the mary elections. The political goose The last dividend was of newts: faith." .
covery,-Jacksonvlllev Floridian, : of the times;and conditions average intelligence of man? $2,400- '

-- in which he lived., All the ages conirii Do numbers exempt us from the has been plucked of all offending 000 nearly all of which was paid to f

The question at the--capital just ,ntPd' to his being, '*!: r.d Us r lnd consequence of error? Are we to belike 'feathers and the "occupation" of the Bertha as the largest shareholder.As Good News for Ocala; j,#f

_\ now and incidentally throughout the was clear,! luminous and free fromheat. the horse or the ass that need to I,curbstone agitators is "no more," and befits the owner of such a huge 1 r

state, is whether or not the removedSun Bred among the colonies of be led by the bridle? Who is good :they like Othello "must go!" Surely concern, :Miss Krupp is a shrewd andsensible 3. The enterprising city of Ocala It{ia 1

-Claude LTEngle's dazzling orb-. the British; kingdom, he breathed the enough to be a despot? Who it basis e ;and for a certainty the/ millennium business woman. She knows a.v'ery exuberant mood these day f

will 'obscure Collln's paper and keepIt free air."of a new world. Living enough to be aslave? Where is the.is upon us strong. As a culmination, how to preserve her capital and to-use Congressman Sparkman is the bpi 1

: total Bryan is to be nominated, "free .sil L- it to better of the hour up there, and It is 1'
.' in (;eclipse? Virginia he had ,all the advantagesof chance for fortune happiness or fame : advantage than mere osmeted tt
vel' is to be remonetized, and the tentation and ] that when this able geatlem i
.
the most in free pomp. She gives
cultured society, and he except a country? What is the personal
? ,Funny isn't, 4t?' Sarah Bernhasails' stone the builders rejected is to passes through Ocala his '
rdt and the for formthe attention to the details of her on v!
people about h m,- as th e'- security property except good ; great ,
away from America with 200. 00 vieWed the condition and strugglesof government? What hope is there for very key to the arch of the temple properties and Is keenly Interested in homeward, he will be met by DIW;

._ American-.dollars. A man coming hereto Europe and met the requirementsof good government except from a 'vir ] and the benighted in 1906 are to the welfare of her thousands of em 1 band and the entire citizenry,. InU li

,' .stay, work earn his. .dollars and 1 be declared the "safe and sane" in upon an ovation. j
their own experience, Lad opportunity tuous and enlightened people? Who ployees.An .
then spend them in .the'United.States 1903. Selah. Ocala has just been of
assured
Ideal German r d;
and leisure to compare it all does not reverence' the past? Who Madchen. :
has a pretty .hard/time gettingmission per ..___ _.L _, _,_ .. < A '-- Fair-haired and public building to cost $85,009- ,0"
with the Bertha ,
world's history and to r x>rrcctly noes nut ::porn iue Luruc.As 1 brighteyed.
to land-Pensacola! ,News. interpret the nature and rights sovereign citizens these questions We may be as "blind as a bat," but Krupp is an ideal .Doutsche Madchen. gressman Sparkman has safely pi'or'

for the life of us we can not see how She ,has a bonnie face ed the appropriation through .th1
Once an honest of ,man. and duties appeal to each one beaming with
Itsto the elimination
newspaper gives traditionr of "free passes" can health and looks at house and it is sure of success I la tk
aid to a humbug of a politician According to and Inspired here. High above the petty questionsof possibly hurt the"""railroads you with perfect senate.

get into office and straightway he be- writ man began life happy'and pure. the day there is a bounden and It was perhaps frankness, good humor and self-pos .
not
so intended
(it ought not Ocala has.
ginneth to imagine he hath a Ucens't Then there came the pastoral age perpetual duty of keeping clearly before to have session. She is twenty-two years old: been actively demand

steal and that It .Is' "utterly awf aT when the bond of government was us the great organic principlesupon purifying been politics certainly), but as to its Unlike most Germari girls, she Is devoted a public building for some time. !

i the family the observance of whichall that is "all in your to out-door exercises, riding deserves all the good things that &.1'(
in that newspaper to expose him to tie ,and the controlling faithful eye"' This ,
'paper
public! scorn.-Jacksonville Florid m. force was love., Then comes the long depends. However blindly we "giving of "free long'passes"'ago to advocatedthe officials golfing 'and cycling being her chief. coming to it-Tampa Tribune. t
our

line of struggle within for the hour let recreations.
J and without, may grope our purpose
s If. the progress of west Florida is nation against nations nation within be .always firm and clear. And which( legislators and congressmen), Modesty and hatred of ostentation! According to the statistics of they
would TTnite1
to be. Judged by its newspapers it Is 'itself until we reach the more orderly here in this, representative hall with have at once done away are two unexpected virtues of Miss I tal of States Fish Commission a.d
any corrupting 1,759,475,038
forging pldl.r to the front.. The period of the government of Rome.Here. where those sit who are the chosen. influence or the Krupp. Her apartments in the magnificent food fishes whatched
1 appearance thereof As a matter of and distributed fi+s'
Washington Verdict Is tne name of a the first great truth in civil government spokesmen and custodians of the pea Villa Huegel, filled with herfather's by the J
fact there bureau
was corruption in during 1905 t
.j was laid down ple. I speak for that civil politics priceless art treasures as compared
paper just started at the growingtown by one who fidelityand long before consist
the advent of 1,267.343,025) batched
railroads.
: of came to earth another which is of two small rooms decorated and distriba!
ChIpley. It represents a epic upon mission courage even more sore- The and
and span appearance and is a credit It Is that there must be no union between ly tried and more vitally needed doing away with "free passes" furnished in dainty, virginal white I I in 1904. In previous years the dis(

may do away with the ready ,argument It is to be button has been as follows: 188! :.
church and than feared that _
both to the printers and the editors state. When Christ physical courage upon the field willful Miss

.In control of 1$, We welcome Jt.to our freed the church he likewise freed the of battle. Be true to your oath, and made of it the small politician, who Bertha has' offended the Kaiser by 173,660,083 fishes; 1S90, 370,54.0) t

exchange, table state. How little this has been re- stand firmly upon the great foundation .I a hobby horse" 'upon whichto choosing to make an obscure marriage -895 619,915,852; 1899, 1,05F,371,8r

."'- the ride into office. That's all .the good ; Wilhelm II. 1900, 1,164,446,754; 1901, 1,175,832,4
dark
ages and the emancipating principles of liberty and civil or- who was a great
-
:The deeds and doings of our "muchly" warsof modern times abundantly der. Should the clamor of the hour we can see that it can do. friend of the late Herr Krupp, Introduced 1902; 1,495,543,374, and 1903. t,!! 11

beloved "state administration at telL arise, trust to the future, and say to Rev. Dr. her to Berlin society and she 057,475 fishes. In 1900 it cost U

..r'' Tallahassee is! bearing a very striking And still there flowed from: the same the turbulent of the day, Though you evangelist who Torrey held forth the in celebrated made her debut under the special protection to hatch and distribute a mill I

I resemblance to. the product of a source another truth and In a senseit slay me. I will not betray Atlanta, Of the emperor and fishes but the work has teen so thou] 1
you. emnrp. I
is. the subject. of dff_ _nssnn______ hnth__... .fn -C'--- oughly stutied
Chicago packing house.-Jacksonville is the genesis of all our theory of It seems to me that these are the Georgia n The Kaiser thought his wealthy pro and systeraked that I
and Florida.
Floridian.. government. When Christ For instance, the tege would the cost per million was reduced t!
taught the principles and duties to be drawn Tampa Tribune marry in the highest t

It will- be well for the genial General fatherhood of God he likewise taught 'rom the life and writings of him does not think said: "Dr.Torrey ranks of German nobility but Cupid f223 in 1905.-St A')gustfte lecorl.- i

GHchrist to steer clear of the brothermood of man and if whose soul-saving can be is mightier than
the ; men birthday we celebrate, Of all the German
: conducted ptisfactorily unless the emperor.In Editor Martin, of the Crr-tal; River I
Philippine Islands be _h.tq
In his contemplated brethren their rights are equal. **A which have been the chief
trip abroad. The These 'are the two collections net him at least $1,000 a closing his speech News, opposes the suggestion th3t !
natives might great truths of: benefactors of the human'' race on the Morris .

t- seize upon, him and make a "Datto"of civil government that Jefferson saw I Jesus Christ Lord Ba.conan .Thomas are have week! In,.reply Dr. Torrey says: "I incident .(forcibly ejecting Mrs Minor the state pay the primary expensed i

hIm Datto believed and absolutely nothing to do with Morhis from the The "Initiative and referendum" i an'the
GHchrist-well, what expressed with a clear, Jefferson. The first gave us all. truth. the White House last

would, the sweet, girl graduates say ness and" practical force .unequaled The second turned the minds of men collections They go to the local January), Senator Tillman declared "primary are "allright in theort :

,to:that?-Pensacola News: among'men.. As Paul was the theolo, to its practical study.. And the third committee to meet their local expeuses. that Mrs. Morris had been treated but so expensive In practice as to; .

titan of the New Testament so Jeff., interpreted its application Whatever: is paid me is paid Jworse than a dog," and that the .make them a luxury beyond the reach
to affairs pres
y '- the
: Somebody played a joke 'on Speaker. ersoij 'was foremost civil Interpreter. of governmentLet by the local committee, and It has ,.dent had endorsed this treatment by of the ordinary citizen. It is" sal! '. .

Cannon the other day, neyer amounted to $1.000 a week. appointing that Broward's '
according to Jefferson was the' first and The the man campaign expenses
great- us hail responsible for
anew the It
: day dawn of local
tile, Springfield Republican when est of'the abolitionists His doctrinesand Jefferson. Let committee pay what they see fit to the position of postmaster footed up to more than $60,004.1
us faithfully of
the' Speaker sat down at, his desk he acts the study to pay. They, are not, under any obli Washington, where ordinary man can enjoy privtJeg
'founda paved way for Ltneoln teach and anoiy the great principles the women of the a
slip of 'paper asking him to and made slavery impossible of' long he enunciated Then gations (except moral obligations) to city: would have to come into that costs as much money as that.
the
call work of our contact
.number
? up so-and-so 'on I pay me .
the a*" anything. Without with
atton in this country. He gatheredthe hands will be any intenr him.
blessed
I iphone.. He did as requested, -saying,i rays of light from the and we shall tion of precipitating or continuing a "I have felt Senator La Folletfe favors cutt
= .teachings constrained
for
preserve he
ourselves and hand said
"Do you want mef "I down ,
r
_don't know," of God and the experience of man to our children the controversy we, should like to ask "to do, what I 'have done and if down the hours of labor of r.1Uwa-] -
came 'back' precious >
the legacyof
what any
:: answer. "W u.. I and himself'a 'doubter,:yet :he was'un- free institutions higher or more binding obliga body doesn't like, it, Jet him employees. This it seems to us, 01g: _
Jhaven'f 'time to, be fooling which our fathers lion is lump it. not
there
'around der than a one to meet '
= : God; the chosen instrument 'for handed! down to us. ; moral ? There vas loud applause in the' with opposition from i sal
Jiere; do you want menssted'the: gal
the source An,
fructifying of libertyand good leries when Mr. Tillman overworked employee tat ,
? 't 'Speaker. ,, "Who are iouUya7.t 'in his : The American eagle ought' te but concluded, not give good service. JesiPlllUt
government '
'" ; own land and the The Tampa Tribune says owing to an obstruction Tfce ;
nIs'
: Is 'the goverament.hospital' tor I civil, regeneration: of the world. that Hills- scream, today In', every hamlet in the 'ator Kean. the by Sen of'the hours of labor will among otht
: borough senate
.. the'lnianeas, tae reply;. 'if I county vis the rlches"coupnty.n Qnl led State: :We refused to. vote er things
'- you Jefferson then stands for a definite cannot ,extoll the I on his resolution.Senator lessen 'accidents.f
Itnlok-yqn ought to. be, ;herewhy.c6ine: : Florida, but Marion, Mr. Tribune victories-:of
today In
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government, and: .gorgeouscolors. '
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Tallaferro
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:. ,iIIED VdN1ETTg' I i William.. Hocker ,Discusses the :.Pri. MEMBERS NEXT LEGISLATURE. "Old Home Week.1? W. A. KNIGHT. L

'mary. -' L E. LANG.

,State Senate.. Back to the home
1 childhood; back
As, the writer ,
has shown that in ,
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to the' old old
days;
INTERESTING STATE 1900 he had a smau share.fn.thework District 1-Thos. F. West Milton. Back to the dear old wildwood; back ANNOUNCEMENT.;

'' jofMETNOD8.EMPLOYEOYPURCh of bringing about the present primary District 2-Jdhn S. Beard Pensa- ,to the old home ways, -

ASING AGENTS. system, ,and as it must be obvious cola. Where our young feet strayed in

that he has no personal District 3-John Neel Westville. the sun and shade, "
Output, of Big Factories and grievance to And i Wa have
we'gayl; roamed in Just purchased
the the Wa
and
s, 'Are r Bought for These, Sales lay to the charge of the primary ort District 4-Theop, West, Marianna. ; flow'ryglade S., A!, Standley & Company, and propose gon to add Harness to the stock business of of Messrs.. '

t _;'fc 'the" Newark Salvage Co !> the present method of formation, District 5-A. J. Alford,. Carrabelle. When life was a dream in a gnome- thins that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every goods sense ever of;-

I tenure or term, of'the present state District -Park. M.' Trammel land laid, the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the market *

'S ums oAny.Chantable f Money Will be Paid committee; or to any of its members, Lakeland. And ,all of the unsought future was riety; also of vehicles several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great 'TV

Institution if he feels that there is no impropriety bright to our youthful either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee. .
n j *, in discussing District 8-John W, Henderson, Tai, gaze. We invite the puglic to call and see our display of

'Y Z .-Thfi''Statement Is Mlsrepresentation. changes in the present lahassee. I

system.In Through each field'and glen of the '
;& District 9-W., 1C Jackson Inver High Grade Buggies '
most of its essential features, golden Then Serviceable Carriages
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,-;:n.v::, wark Salvage .Co. is' too the present state committee is a creation ness. ( Once more our .feet are straying Unexcelled Wagons, Harness, '

1 paolrn.f. 'to'" .the people of south of the state. convention of 1909. District 10C. L. Leggett, Green- And we catch, the breeze in the old, Lap Robes, Etc., Etc. '

a* : Frm> what I have heard of the opposition ville. old trees \

Mli t.",' .' Mi.". "ind needs- no introduction, it would seem that the platform District 11-James E. Crane, Tam I That sweet, old chants are. playing. MAIL ORDERS WiLL ALWAYS HA VE PROMPT

i q .),t: I': i;,number of occasions this. committee of the state convention n pa.. We tread the paths through' the dear ATTENTION. -

rto' _$ IL'
opndncted sales. which' have pro- declaring in favor of the primary sys District-13-F. M. Hudson, Miami. And delve' in memory's treasure are Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine :

tem. No doubt they ,did the best they District 14-F. P. Cone, Lake City. trove. and Farm Wagon. .
:> lid'haTe been the envy and decompetitors. ,
i ." ... could under the circumstances, but District 15-J. B. Crews Lake But And the tired Now in the old Then .
'
." after six years of experience certain ler. -b blends -
enormous capital at their : ,
? 0 ,1fttIa-the defects in the present system have District -Thomas S, Davis, Fer- And we grasp the hands' of our playtime Turpentine Wagons
'i t t ,-the':company is enabled to become obvious friends a Specialty.
to
ti many democrats in nandina. ;
.;. :almost t ',. the entire output. of .
this part' of the state; and, feeling District 17-J. R. Newlan, Live Oak. And anew light shines in our weary We >
: largest factories and are Always In Position
( Be'of pills to Meet the Prices of
that
the Legitimate
primary system is secure, we District 18-H. H. Buckman, Jack- eyes, Competition. ;
:" YOrldand.. when it comes'ting'these to .
tIte ,
"'. shall. not hesitate, to discuss these d e- sonville.( As the old old tunes we're humming

.: @ : mighty stocks of fects. District 19-Louis C. ,- '
; ipltal again becomes effect Massey, Orlando
"; The party is obliged to make rules For we've laid the load by the dusty Knight &
,; : bills and mak Lang
aad>ydl3countlng. .
'" and regulations; this is a legislative e District 2G-D. Hr Baker Orange road ,
wfremely large sales, the Y
c-'...: : com- function which cannot be exercised in Home. To haste. to the _Old Home Coming.

atIs i-T.. JII I! y.is,imposition! to sell ,on a mart a primary. It must be conceded that District 21-N. R. Carter, Levyville. (Successors, Standley. and Co)
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'Toflt'which Is absolutely im- .
''C* :.) i the term "executive" committee does District 22 W. M.! GIrardeau Mon- Through the quiet street'our eager '. --
i for their competitors. '
i < '. J '. y -.. not imply a right to legislate, or to ticello. feet : -
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4. "I '.mant.tnstances; goods have been. make party law, but under the present District 23-1. N. Withers Lady v The way to the old house taking, SMITH. C. V. 'ROBERTThe $.,'
.. puetiased by the syndicate and. put
; system, the executive committee To our eager sight on the left and
-..theretail 1 market for less moneyttwi.itcost Is lake.District amount of stock .
them. obliged to do so.. 24-W. Hunt Harris. Key right which we carry is great,

[ "' : to" manufacture It will be remembered that the cam- West i The old-time scenes are breaking.We Our ability to handle it Is greater.

=:*? ll i1H'times"" 'become- overstocked paign o( 1904 was conducted by the District 25-S. W. Clark, Blounts- stand once more in the'dim old Our desire to please you Is above all, greatest! ,

.i9me', :certain, lines, or have obIfesilona -
state committee hall
j. selected in 1900 and j town. .

','./ Imicedlate to,meet which necessitate we, who were elected in 1904 had District 26-E, S. Crill, Palatka. While* memory's echoing voices call. Furniture of all kinds, from the lowest price to the highest, and the -i
sale of
0i some part of nothing to do with that campaign. District 27-Jos. H. Humphreys, We catch a glimpse of a sweet old quality of our goods governs the, prices, our prices being lower than
v tr foutput When in either instance -
rQ '.*"'-'w: The committee, selected in 1900, made ]Bradentown. face others for the same class of -goods.' --.

tte e 'circumstances .are met, about I the rules for, the government of the District 28-Frank W. Sams New That used to smile by the fireplace. Camping goods for sale or rent; tents cots, mattresses, etc.
t| first"thing done,is to communicate
_; primary in 1904 counted the votes, Smyrna. And the old love lies in those dear ,

b ,- BA"ioine: "' ,, \l rge. _purchasing. agents, declared the nominees, and had jurisdiction District 29-E. E. Canova, Sander, old' eyes PLEASE THE PEOPLE AND THE PEOPLE PLEASE US. "

IrfccT.afe.'williag, and able to advance ,
I
I'le over the contests;; and if this .That memory brings to greet us,
the ieady;money and take the goods. son.District
order is observed we the committee 30-Frank Adams Jasper. And we see once more,that form of OCALA
: THnKill7vyhea n:8uch: sacrifice sales aren'dethe FURNITURE
elected in 1904, will CO.
assume like functions District 31-Lewis W. Zim St. Au yore
his ,
purchaser places ownvaluatonnn
in 1908.I gustine. That memory brings to meet us.

ha.w ;:.. --of'!- ;the, entire amount td b I do not believe that this Is fair or District 32-H. H. McCreary .
: .aold'nd: this manner the Newark '
democratic and while there is no Gainesville. Back to the home of childhood; backto
$WrageVCo.vbecomes f
possessors oaek'enormous
partisan strife among us, we had better House of Representatives. the old, old days;
# holdings of .the latest
ct1rld f ; : adjust the matter Alachua Back to the dear old wildwood
[best manufactures By examiningthe -T, A. Doke Santa Fe;; ; backto

f:' : : newspapers of 1904 it will be Syd L. Carter Gainesville. the old home ways,
No"bu "'** or state could furnisIrbuyers h
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seen that there were about 143 names Baker-L. C. Cobb, Olustee. Where we dreamed youth's dreams

"->'.." ,- for,sacs quantities of on .the ticket voted in Duval countyIn Bradford, S. Matthews, Starke; midst the golden gleams
rW this handles.is
:' as company the primary for that" year? and, H. C. Peeples, Dukes. That played on waves of ,the rip
lfc''''">;"*-' ia touch at all
*'iif. "' f even 'then there were 13 candidateson Brevard-Wade H. Jones, Titus- pling streams;
: twee;{tirough" Its'many buyers withreat'manufacturing
,
the ticket ,When life J
who had no opposition; ville. was as light as the noonsun's Y (
.tg ; centers of I y ,
." ; and besides this, there were only two' Calhoun-A. Max Wilson, Blounts- beams, '
4: .f: and is ,
:. continually plekinay.3arge'gaaatities' g candidates for a large number of tcwn. And all of the unsought future was

:F.Ja D nds.: of 'remnants and places., Of these 143 names about 50, Citrus-J. W.. Knight, Floral City. bright to. our youthful gaze. a I

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:', '0. (including delegates to the national ClaY-J. B. Long, Green Cove ? .
= 100 ..ends tare not small toI
of
pieces In
"' convention ,and national committeemen Springs. Touch with Nature.A .

{-"larded: goods, but are the comparveisma11 ), were the names of parties who Columbia M. S. Knight Lake City / cij '
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n lots or certain pieces ofyhieh. $75,000 automobile rolled throughthe :
aspired to places upon some committee H. L; Avant, Fort White.
i aj J; have ,had a,, surprising i I I Dade-John $60,000 bronze gates, and up the y1FlI'Hr
W Watson, :Miami.
age? I.si bd.. for which the demand. has I $35,000 winding avenue: to the $20,000
Only a small
very per cent of the DeSoto-W. H. Hooker Arcadia.
\ le;; :"manufacturer" a stock. marble steps.Descending.
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democratic voters are able to obtain I Duval-I. I... Farris and S. H. Mel
fieh.would: be too 'small to offer to sufficient Information from the machine, the
: to 'cast an intelligent ton Jacksonville.
* thoiesale" dealers who 'handle but billionaire paused a moment to view
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islil ,
vote on a ballot of this Escambia-Chas. M. Costonf Pens a- .
r i =:1Je _
;:'M <}: length, and, to substantiate this you cola; M. 0. Baggett McDavid.: riii
J' Across the $90,000 lawn
need but make the most casual in Franklin-J. F. C. Griggs a $125,000 '
Apalachicola. -
h ;;j. "otthis hilly i the syndicatei ,quiry. Under the present system we ., silver lake lay sleeping in the shadesof oijz. / S

.: JI.,&Dle.-to-ma. >;e, some, astonish- have earlv- ---' evening- ----g,. -and- hovnnu- J V '4 A" AU"ma'*''. -'f "
no method of instructing Gadsden-J. H. /
'J oui r Willis Quincy; W, 'flI'W} 'rtf'
: c;bargains:'which are at :once hurf1otaeretail national committeemen L. a lordly $80,000 hill, whose crest, .
or delegatesto Taylor, Brancnville.
: trade and cloaked with forest at an expense of
/ actually the national convention, and have Hamilton-John BradshawJen. r
Irly. fJ formless 200000. glowed in the last
;: money than cost to'man golden
1 no way of making any platform to Wings: L. G. Register, Jasper.
.)"sit etafre" them. rays of the setting sun. FOUR SAILINGS
,
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: t < .. guide them. ; and, while it is perhaps I Hernando-C. 8. Wilson, Brooks' EACH WEEK
; ereria,aelth0; r.fak The billionaire sank luxuriously intoa
'lf : Deception .
% proper for the state: committee to endorse ville. BE'rWEENJacksonville
-At! goods, either in quality $2,000 ivory. porch chair and rested
price
fM or candidates for, national offices,, Hillsboro-W. W. K. Decker Tam
Ai4-. the:statements his feet on the rosewood of
railing
> made at, times, by or to'endorse certain. policies, yet,, pa; John R. Dudley Plant City. and New York.
rdle.:
competitors' tha the $160,000 veranda."It ,,
$ the f
1. 1 Quality oda' such endorsement would'no( bind the I Holmes-D. J. Paul, Bonifay.
e t handled in these sales Is is pleasant," he observed "to -
democratic would it be Jackson-Ed.
party nor I Williams Graceville
::.tot np.tothe;standard' Is based upon' binding upon our national committeeman H. C. Neel, Bascom. ; get back to nature once in a while. Calling at Charleston, 8. 0., both ways.

i'that ordinary retail house After the cares and worries of the THE FINEST STEAMSHIPS K THE C01STWISS SS37I5S.J' !
or delegates to the national cons Jefferson. D. Clarke Monticello;
*)buyiet. 'wholesale as Cheaply aGpannow business day I certainly love to run '.
vention; as such committeeman and J, D. Thompson Lloyds.
'. ; offers Out to this quiet little $60,000,000 THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND
goods to reId SOUTHERN
=' ,tf de -,' delegates, if elected under the present I; Lafayette-D. G. Geiger Mayo. MNES
country club of ours and taste i
bit
a
'- V" system would be fresh from the people Lake-S.. .P. Kirkland, Altoona; S. FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN
,:: f peaking to' a of simple life. It is good to keep in I
representative of while the committee would be F. Smith
} 'Ba at Leesburg. Jacksonville, Boston and Providence
nei.iast touch with the soil for ,
i nlght..Mr. ; what is
Frank who man
;L that time of four years' standing. Lee-F. J. Wilson Buckingham.
,
k._ :;JW.ge ,of this great sale. now r but dust after all?" and all Eastern Points. '
iuti In 1904 we .selected a delegationto Leon-A. S. Wells and Gilbert .
r oq and being the talk Feeling restored, he passed In t
of the the national convention composed Hartsfield, Tallahassee. Calling at Charleston Both Wars
;apsatiy at the. through the UOO.OOO'doorway to his
L. r Variety Store, this city in, part, I believe of avowed,, Parker Levy-J. N, Willis, Williston. SEMI WEEKLY RAILIiGIls.Soat3bo .
i the $1,500 dinner.-Newark News.

'-1, ; of opportunity,the syndicate. to explain In making the and avowed Hearst delegates, and Liberty-Sidney D. Johnson, Bristol ... >ink.:..................... ............ .................."......... From Lewis' Wrf Bcstatfirt&bnai
,i \* -."': each no doubt took his election to ,

a<< able"'m'chases' in such manner as.them mean, that the voters of the state endorsed Madison-R. H. Rowe, Madison; R. Engagement of Dr. Benson and Miss .......................................... Fna flit if Catherine Street, JaewcaTifle

: :_ to sell close Sirmod' Bagley Announced.
his
r 'J'Iaak views,, and yet a majorityof L. Millinor Ellaville. ,
l. that the Clyde St. River
I.f1. rd&Y sale made the the voters of the state, by selectinga Manat -John A. Graham Braden In Sunday's Atlanta Constitution Johns Line. .

-,;_ Acceded in volume even endorsed both of town. -
mixed
.c. delegation, was announced the engagement of
eipectations, and that Between Jacksonville
i extraordi'eforr the then aspiring presidential candidates L- Marion-E. L. Wartmann Citra; Miss Sallie :May Bagley and Dr. Marion and Sanford -

#' =!Mrmous' .was made, to handle the To illustrate: I was opposed to Geo. G. Mathews Ocala, -Trotte Benson, both of Atlanta. Stipjiflj it] Palatki! Astir, Seresfiri ,( EeLaii ) &1i Itterasihu. ..

s 1i crowds that were constant- the nomination of either Parker or Munroe-C. L. Knowles and W. H. Their marriage will take place in the Lui1s it St. Jiiis liTer/
: ttenHng.the:(
,. sale.
t'e, ;, Hearst, and to gi* my vote intellient Malone Jr.., Key West. early fall. .
have: 'intention Steamer City ef Jacksonville
In of going opt I g; ,expr sslon looted for' about an Nassau-S. A. Ogilvie, Callahan; Miss Bagley is 'one of Atlanta's
: ness said I are appqlated te Sail as ftltowu. Leave
JtcksM<
Dirt
_- .1-, We Frank; whyy.ej equal number of both Parker and Jas. E. Colkins, Fernandina. most popular and lovely society girls : Ketundl1 .leave oJ.rd.d4Ur except UU Suadilyitt-3.daily a.Saturdaw... ALt' -

ltit1es. of are selling enormous Hearst delegates. The result shows Orange-G. W Crawford, Conway; and her marriage to Dr. Benson, who
goods it
) 11M ttat and while, is that .a majority of the voters of the B. C. Abemethy. Orlando,. is' one of the most highly respectedand S.1Itb..n.aD -
our SCHEDULE North Boao4
'8reatTolu.m margin of profit is small, state expressed themselves in the i Osceola-A. E. Donegan, Kisslm- successful young physicians inGeorgia's Read Doha Read ., .
- of business has en- :

cC =u$f tb'make even further' reduc- same intelligent 'manner. mee.Pasco capital city will be a very Lean.. | }t f. m. --..-...:..r .laCkbeaYiiie ..._._..... Arrive \
this R.
The great democratic party .of J. McCutcheon 8 2 oo a.m
DadeCity. prominent event. 45 p m. _
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= Our. .. ----- ralatka ._. ___
gOOds .. .. Leave 8 oo
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are new and are the state had no' opportunity of either instructing Dr. Benson formerly 3 -- -- Astor.St. ..."..,, p
tot .#hee, most resided at --_, .._ Francis.._-_-_--._-.__ : 3 3G p.m
prominent facto its delegates to the nationalconvention Polk, W J. Durrance Fort Lake Arrive 8 31 a. m. Sanford _... loopm9P
nd Mead; Weir and he has many friends ------ _....... 's
d- y.- h t. millt in the world and Cherekherfage e or of formulating any H. Wt Snell 1 rtnterhacen. here, who will learn, with pleasure of ia e* a..m. ---__Enterprise..__I __ __ 10 oo LID.. m -
:
f nor deception In'this for their guidance. I believe Putnam-H. A. McKenzie *
and his
platform W.A. approaching General
sa r : marriage. Passenger and Ticket Office 122 West St.
: ,.'The bargains Bay Jacksonville.
are the bestthe
that in nearly all of the states where Russell Palatka.

!tOth tiered to',> retail trade of thiscity the primary system is in use the Santa Rosa-J. H. Harvell, Bagdad; I A Big Haul.. W.G.F.COOP v. rRONMONG6 J. Ass.t Gen's Agent,lit Walt Bay St.Jacksonville PIa.
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( in the world, and state conventions are held at least A. J. Peaden Oak Grove. .. R.Pretlht Foot= of HogaD went, Street. cksol1v Ile. FU. Co P.LUYELL. SliperlDtea4eDt,

; today; that we will donate to once in four years, for substantiallythe St. Johns:-C.: J. DuPont Matanzasn ; Col. W. N. Camp and Dirt Jack AC. HAGBRTT. Genl Basra Pass. Agt. New York.: CLYDE MILKJ. Ge Fr't.Art, X. Y. -

i .: !:, iaritable institution of the city! purpose indicated in the resoIlion W. A. MacWUliams St. Augustine. Camp returned home Sunday from a THEO: CL'EGER, Vice President and General Manage '

-. -.' root :that there is any mls.I Ition I- St. Lucle Genera! Office Pier 36, North River. Branch 290 Broadway New x
last ClaudeF. York.
Introduced by me at the Olmstead.. Ft.. few days' trip to Sarasota. While ,

rt' ipr fake in- this sale meeting of the state committee. Pierce. there Mr., Jack Camp was ::successfulin ,

4*, 't WILLIAM HOCKER.Mr Sumter-W* C., G. Kilgore, Wit! d- landing five, splendid tarpon. Four ,
=>dunes Pooser has gone.to tt C, Smith. .
wood., of these, beautiful fish he pulled in C. V. Robert

.; ; 5S.Q.r; : : to make his future Saddler,assistant state auditor, 'Suwannee-W. R. Dorman, Live on Saturday morning -and- succeeded SMITH & ROBERTS.Funeral ; 2
thatcity
.t His family pre- who has been in Ocala for the past Oak; Wt McClelha.. Welborn. in landing another one in the after, .
him :
several .
"- weeks.- ;ago. week or ten days has finished 'checking TayloS-jT. J.. Faulkner, Perry. noon.
1rb .... 'fJL : Directors Md -
up the .books ,and' records of our Volusia-Wm. S. Parkinson Day-; This was a most phenominal Licensed Embalt, )ers

;;)- ." ,..Seymour: fs.certa. yrdin various, county officials,. and left 'yes :ona."Wakulla. '"catch" and Mr.., Camp is justly proudof LATEST METHODS. BEST GOODS. WORK. GUARANTEED.

x| s. In;,the last.four terday. 'Wet are told' that he found -S., P. ,Roddenberry Sop-: his success and 'he is now busy Telegraph. receive prompt attention, and embalming done aaywharv

)i$ Iostthrree sawmills and thing "in' on short notice. : -
this
':\r excellent .shape'in1 choppy. telling his friends, "how. It is done. ,
--a: ire :Hisltbtai',losses' In ..1: -- : \; Walton-J. H. Rich burg, Laurel --- ""
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.'. .'" eho root 'up, .something.. 'I in Hill. .. ; Mr. W. E.. MacKay,-who owns, a fine

': _;: .ur"d, of twenty- thousand" : JDT L1Sk:: Connor's'a favorite physician Washington-W,< B. Lassiter.. Ver-' farm at Sutnmerfield, 'was"''in Ocala ijGA URNITDR&"iGOMPANY.q '.

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_. r .JOHNL-WANAMAKER'S, ..CREAT. EX.' ..*, THROUGH, SORROW'S ,GAT ...,- FLORIDA-INDEPENDENT. .-, 'THE,'ONE, ,NATIONAL' ,PARTY. .-"Brran-andWattersou'Won't that' '

,.. :* AMPLE: : bet a catchy ticket?,

-' There are many things besides 'sor The St. Augustine Meteor refers to Addresses made at: the 'conventionof TRRIBLE[ EC1HI.
While other towns are building,ho-
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"The lives .of ,great wen all remind: 1 row's:, .self that comes Jhrough sor- : Florida's independence, of canned I the Tennessee bankers, just heldat tels'on paper, Apalachicola is building .

';. ng" that's wbat thempoetesayS; and rri'si gate-gentleness, tact sympa-. goods as' follows Chattanooga, contained. interesting of wood.
c : i : one out
; *j .4: rn ) j*> 4* a gui J1, relating to the progress of the

.'.;T If it.'were *nod .tf; biography** < 4 would*,* thy 1:, ;' trustor at loggerheadsin
of the meat
got
more independent The republicans
Its lesson. The pith"and point of seem other
.,> lose j icter which to find no into 'billions: and contains striking ,
any other' trust that furnishes Lake City and as :a result -Senator
.'" biography 'Is to tell t'the great deeds ]mode of entrance Into life. Long for proofs 'of advancement in agriculture, .
canned stuff for the delectation of Guy Gillen was appointed postmaster
I done; by great and'successful men, ,,so -ranufacturing and mining. All this
unclouded joyas we it still re-
1 may
mortal man than Florida and: our Mouth and Eyes Covered WlJ
that others may. catch the. inspirationand Ins core to pass under the policiesof
J mains true tint few of us would people as a whole, now having their The senate has passed a bill with-
It stimulates in full Crusts-Face Itched Most Feat
do. something similar, tbe- republican party. control .
I chose for our most -vahled friend one attention called to the fact that the out opposition appropriating $1,450,000for
our ambition and causes. us to of the government for the past
; boon companion of the culinary artist the Jamestown exposition. fully-Hands Pinned Down_ .tOt|
become enthusiastic-and enthusiasm who has never been'torn with anguishand nine years. Prosperity extending -
(canned goods) has a very unsavory .
.in--,ant .busIne'ss is the pathway that : 'loss, has .never suffered. reputation are rubbing their every corner of the Union could come Governor: Broward is having, a big Prevent Scratching
,
leads to success.r only under measures as broad as the --S 1
Eyes that have not known tears eyes and awakening to a true realization time in Michigan. He attended the
From having .faith in others we be- whole nation. The republican party ia
must needs lack something of tenderness of their advantages and opportunities. 'great Maccabees' convention at Port MIRACULOUS CURE
'gin to have faith |in ourselves.. It the national party.. The opposition in 1

: t. stimulates our action, encourages our The heart that has never been Its theories and practices, is the sectional Huro BY CUTICURA REMEDIES
It takes sometimeslike :
severe
hopes, gives us new strength. and torn with anguish and loss has never raps party.:' Its results if intrusted The Russian, giant called on Presi- "
the freeze for instance-to t;
great ,
{ courage and arms us to beat'' down sounded its own depth and cannot with power would be "sectional.! Its dent Roosevelt Wednesday. His nameis ""

and' overcome obstacles.To measure those of another. The soul I and to cast about awd rapkc the mostarousg Oman -.Wet$. tactics and habits of thoughtare Mathnow, and he is nearly nine "men my little boy wag six months old,he:'i:
in had eczema. The sores extended
i the latent cileries to cuickJy'
: the successful ,business man grows strong through storm and conflict I sectional. Its citadel ..is.i. one feet high and big in proportion.Mrs. over the whole.body that we at once called is
of the conditions that surround him.
John Wanamaker's example is a. gold ,,. if it ever grows strong at all,, section from which all but' a single the doctor. We the
We have fish for the taking vent to another J.
on every doctor
>+mine. The story is told,of him that he and, however sweet a nature may be, party is practically excluded. It retaIns Godfrey Moyers, and her two bat he could not helr, .
hand. We have cattle and hogs, 'and
owned fifty yards ,of calico, three we find it incomplete, and unsatisfying for itself a sure thing, while bright little children, went down to w him and in our deipjj <
half dozen of if It has never known the soften the freeze puts us to looking for for we went to a.third one. zLL
pairs of jeans, a a pairs republicans get nothing except vnt Dunnellon Saturday afternoon to Matters became
and to bit?
and the velvet bean
boots., He called, this a dry goods ing, hallowing touch of grief. age crops they win in canvasses-.by going to spend Sunday with :Mr. Moyers. that he had regular: ;

store through .a Philadelphia> newspaper There are* dark ,pages in our lives cassava came to our: relief. .the people and asking their judgment holes in hit chetb, '?

and offered.to", sell ,a pair of socks where we would have gladly changedthe The agricultural experiment station -St Louis Globe-Democrat The government wants the presi I1 I \ \I V\ 1\\ \ finer large enough into The to pit food ar :":
r
: The if could. There at Lake City, by actual test, dent to travel at the expense of the Lad ; :
,for 39 cents. don'tbelieveinad sorrow we are The above is a combination of "bal to be given with a-
still ache and' losses demonstrated the fact that we could and for that purpose a bill spoon, for his moots '::
vertising' merchants ,just laughed. wounds that derdash" and tommy rot" It is people,
was covered with crusts .;
Young"John spent ..65 with 'a Philadelphia that are even yet'' hard to bear; but produce with the crops named as about as bad .as anything we have appropriating $25,000 has eased the as thick as a finger as! .

z.y advertise feel about the sorrow good meat as could be secured from nouse. whenever he opened the- "
paper to. ; just onetime however we may ever seen. The United States and every -
the west and that too at less cost mouth they begu it .
,
,
'and less han O worthVgoods. ) )itself cthereare ew of us 'who '
| tI ) section of it has made progress, bleed and suppurate,M .
.'He was cauiqnjdjbj the_merr woul hia< -willintg4toigijre up .all thatit per pound. Aside from having the and substantial progress, under,every Miss Leta Camp, who has been with did alto hi. eyes i
"didn't fresh article at hand almost every Mrs. R. A. Burford and family at Annapolis Hands,arms,chest,an( :
brought-us to be what it
,chants who knew it pay. It just was president from Washington to Roosevelt back,in short the whole
z was through sympathy, that they of. before it touched 'us. There are some month in the year we have a worldof Every state under every governor for the past two weeks, is body, was covered ortr 7

that fruits. The orange abounds with visiting her sister, Mrs. G. F. and over. We had at !
fered him advice. But John did not precious gains come through has' made ,substantial .progress now .
'* 'blewldsmoney. Sor .-Canadfan 'Chur hinan. us' from early fall until late spring; in Savannah. test by day or sight
.. listen enrand"went'and and w'sgat since the day of 'their admision into Armstrong Whenever he was hid f
John and before the golden fruit steps out in his bed, we had w ,
: ;foolishly; and today"p6or the Union. It is going to continue so,
the luscious stalks in and pin his hinds down
MARTEL ITEMS. strawberry THE NEWS SERVICE OF THE ; "
the result of his misdoing-he
sees too as long as our waste lands are otherwise he would ;;
tides us over to the plum and peach OCALA BANNER IS'HE SAME AS Auo'SO. BODArBr scratch hit face
stores
has so many 'large dry goods unoccupied and our resources are Capable u4 ;
that'he can hardly find time to study Correspondence Ocala ,Banner. season, and ere peaches tire of sup- of development.. The United THE JACKSONVILLE METROPOLIS make an open sore. I think his face Bust 1
hare itched
his Sunday,.school lesson Can you,seea Tom Porter. a negro employed at the plying the wants of the man, the fig States never made more progress than ST. AUGUSTINE RECORD, "We finally most thought fearfully.nothing could help o.?

lesson in this? Be a progressive, Martel Lumber' Company, was caught steps in and the different varieties of it did under Jefferson and Jackson TAMPA HERALD, AND OTHER and I had made up my mind to lend zcj wift :'

up-to-date business man,' Advertise by a belt of the machinery June 30,, the pear (the Florida apple) next PROGRESSIVE STATE PAPERS. with the child to Europe,hoping that tie sea
It is the inherent energy and intelli- air might cure him, otherwise he was to bt :
your'wares if you want to sell them. which carried him around a wheel abides with us until the orange again gence of the people, and not political put tinder good medical care there. But, .
comes to the rescue. Interwoven be- So that twenty thousand dollars Lord be blessed, matters came differently, ?
The moral of this story is this: If and tore the limbs from his body, resulting parties, that are making this country loon .
Hearst is said to have distributed in and we saw a miracle. A friend of ours
you believe that in advertising your .in an awful death. tween the crops named we have great and prosperous. I spoke about Cuticura. We made trial tt| '

are wasting your money don't advertise. Mrs. H, W. Long has returned froma blackberries, whortleberries, persim- Jacksonville 'did not produce the political Cuticura Soap,Ointment,and Eesohent,and --
mons and Crops of almost leven that was expected. He within ten days or two weeks we noticed a
guavas.
Stand'ack' and let your competitors : pleasant visit among relatives and Competition Necessary and Desira decided improvement: Just as quickly u the r
advertise and waste their money.That's" friends at Jacksonville, and Quincy,, every kind being ,at home here, we ble. will have to.send his man down there sickness hid appeared it also began to disappear

need not for variety and again. He seems not to have gottena and within ten weeks the child.vu
; why we ,
the John ,Wanamaker's Fla, and Hawkinsville Ga
.
,, way very absolutely weD, and his skin was smooth sal
competitors didrand now ,the world much improved in health. should seek the packing house of the Senator Dolliver, of Iowa, in an I nibble. white as nerer before." F.Hohrath,PreIidW -'

knows them .not any more, forever. Irs. Carrie B. Long, of Ocaa, is west or the canning house of any oth address before the Atlantic City Y. M. I of the C. L Hohrath Company Muwftct- .:
of Silk 20 Rink
men Ribbons 4 to Alley
# ,Jut,stand, back,, and laugh at your visiting friends at :Martel Leroy and quarter of the globe is a questionthat C. A.. made a pointed attack on I eloquent" June 5,19O South Bethlehem Pi ,:-

competitor when you 'see him squandering Cotton Plant. the average Floridian is now those sociologists who purpose to deliver Cuacnnt 8o&p,0Intmnlt.1D4 actem.Corpsslefm Pffli ut told tatoagEOattbeworld.PaterDtv sllaeai. ''..

'his money for advertising. You Mrs. S. L. Patterson and daughter, more than ever asking himself. the race from all care, toil and ; celebrated his eighty-second birthdayby r Free, "& to Cart lorhi i ja. -1

will get the laugh on him the same of Miami, are visiting Mrs Patter- competition., making a two hours' speech in favor -- ---- -- .:-

as John Wanamaker's competitors son's parents: at Sunny Slope, near Henry Watterson is one" of the "Those of;my acquaintances," said of a sea level canal. His head is From .Jefferson county to Africa Is

ti got the laugh on him. Alexander Stewart Cotton Plant. most picturesque figures in America.He the senator, "who have reached this level. A sea level canal by all means.., a far cry. :Mr. W. M. Girardeau shipped 1

,. Marshall field, Couper, Setgle.:& "'Mrs. S. H. Brown. of Leroy, *s vis was editor of the ChattanoogaRebel desired haven are either deadheads or Dr.. Frederick Pasco president- of on Wednesday an order of fir$.i|

Co., and .&_thousand, others have donethe lUng her sister Savannah, Ga. during the civil war. The paper the wards of government institu the State Epworth League, and who bushels of beggarweed seed for, the-i\\
had to be carted about wheels. As ;
'on "
same as John Wanamaker did Crops are good. Potato vines are tions. sHe attended the conference in this 'city, Soudan. They went by express is s
the
and the story always turned out the being set out and odds and ends on soon as war was over he began said the tendency of these teach- New York and thence to Alexandria'
returned to Live Oak Saturday. Hewa.s
tb the doctrine of
same. the farm, are being closed up. preach peace. He ings was to produce drones, and Egypt and; up the Nile to the Sow
accompanied home by Mr. Wood-
Don't advertise. Let the other fellow H. W. Long, president ,of the County i joined in with General Beauregard in declared some of the recent struggles dan. His melon and beggarweed seed
the ward, of Emory College, who will be ;;;
do It. commisioners and good roads association no man great has"unification wielded movement, and between labor and capital' had approached with Dr. Pasco during his summer are considerably planted in South; r,

: has accepted an invitationto a more potential the ridiculous. Africa also, and he has some interesting ;
: A Tragic Finish. '. i.influence for good and no man has "The vacation.Mr.
deliver a good roads address at sociologists'have missed the testimonials from the dark
-. .
A ''watchm .n's neglect permitted, a Jasper, Fla., May 28, a stronger individual following. He philosophy of human life," he con B. H. Seymour has purchased continent-Monticello News \

leak in the Great North Sea Dyke, Mrs. A. W* Woodward. of Cotton is as popular in Washington and tinued. The law. of labor, struggle, the wood mill formerly operated by )

,which a child's finger could have stopped Plant, 'gave birth to a large well developed New York as he is in Kentucky, and service and sacrifice, is the mould in the McKean Lumber: Company, near Bad Burn Quickly Healed. ,'J;',
to become a ruinous break; devastating no man is more popular in Kentuckythan
an .entire province of Hol baby girl, June 30, which was which rugged manhood is made by the Seaboard depot, and is now prepared "I
.
the great editor of the CourierJournal. am so delighted with what Cm-.
;;; land. In like manner Kenneth Mc- born dead. The parents have the achievement. A contest is demandedto to furnish all kinds of stove berlain's Salve has done for mfW

= Iver, of Va ceb ro,. Me., permitted a sympathy of the community.Mr He is the patron saint of make character. If you give a wood, either oak or pine on short I feel bound to write and tell you sor

little cold to go unnoticed until a Baxter Cam and Miss Julia the democratic party and if put ont boy ,$$50,000_to start.life with, he does notice. See his advertisement in another says Mrs. Robert Mytton, 457 Jofcn.,, E

\ tragic finish was',only averted by Dr. Cutbill were married at the bride's !)') ticket with Bryan the magnetism not start. He curls himseJ up on column of today's paper.Constipation street, Hamilton, Onto "My little '
,King's New Discovery. He writes of the two men will ,the country daughter had
: parents residence Sunday 5 p. m. by sweep the doormat and sleeps. a bad burn on her knee.I .
Three, doctors gave me up to die like a prairie fire. r applied Chamberlain's Salve and It ,
3 of .lung inflammation, caused by a Dr. Lindsay, and left on the after- The question of labor and capital healed it beautifully." This salve allays i\\

neglected cold; but Dr. King's New nooon train for a bridal tour to St. The omnibus building bill has passed arrayed against each other and r- For constipation-there is nothing the pain of a bum almost InZ{

-4 ,Discovery saved,,my life. Guaranteed Augustine and other points on the the disposition of ten million negroes, quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stom- stantlyt It is for sale by all drug- '*f
best cough and cold cure. at Tydings congress carrying with it an appropriation Senator Dolliver gists. *''
coast. declared would ach and Liver Tablets. They always m ..,
of $85,000 for ...__,,., ... ,,
.t Company's drug store. .50 cents and a government never be settled by social scientists. produce a pleasant movement of the ? IIIH.

A $1.90. Trial. bottle free. m SHERIFF'S SALE.' building in Ocala, and $25,060 "We have had some searching in- bowels without any disagreeable effect FOR SALE{ Brood mare, four year*jji
4 for the Gainesville government build- Price 25 cents. Samples free. old with young colt, or will trade for 'n
Not a "Single People." vestigations of the Insurance'cqmpa. All druggists. m good buggy horse. Apply to_ L. B.4]
Ing. There is little doubt but the bill
;., The .Ocala Banner, in commenting Under and by virtue of an execution nies and the railroads,* he said, "and McKenzie., at Ocala Furniture Co. J
will be the senate and be-
passed by
.on ,the commendable enterprise of the Issued. out of and ,under the seal of the embarrassing things about themis s

Live Oaf;Democrat in printing street ..the circuit court in and for Marion come a law. This gives to Gainesvillean that the revelations are nearly all

scenes 'of that city, remraks with county Florida, dated June 9th 1906. The aggregate Democrat appropriation is indeed pleased of 60000.to true. These ills will be cured by the THE PROO IS II TFIERESULTSj! j

wonder upon the fact, that the pic- in a certain .cause wherein El z\.beth I mighty ,power of, public opinion! '
see these much needed appropriationsmade
tares show nothing but trees and B. Anderson and Herbert L. Anderson .
and congratulates the wide- "The cow must !" "
1
go exclaims the
houses where the population is so are plaintiffs and T. L. Lowrie "
i awake progessive spirit of the two Live Oak Democrat. It is not the jOur
;-x dfrise,' and the 'Democrat's excuse is and Robert Roades are defendants, 'I
cities in the tireless and earnest efforts farmer's friend as a general proposition frankest statement the fulsome those
something about not being able to have levied on and will, on or most praise of 4

make moving pictures for a paper yet Monday, 'August 6th, 1906, made by them, and hope before that it refers to, 'but the Live who have reaped Good Health by the ,drinking could not convince .

p You forgot, Brother Harris, that it the same,being a legal sales day, and this congres adjourns the bill may Oak cow-the cow that pastures on you as surely and completely little demonstration
become a law.-Live Oak Democrat the street and or quickly as a -
pilfers from the
may have been the dinner, hour when during the legal hours_ of sale, offer wag under
for sale ons standing therein when they contain your own vine and fig tree. So we say "take 4
the pictures' were taken, and the people at the court house door in Florida now is nearly depopulated. "
had 'locked up and gone to that Ocala Florida, and sell to the holies ne turpentine and phos- feed meant for the tired horses it home and try it. A few gallons of Chick Springs water
prosperous
-! meal, or possibly' .the population were and best bidder, for cash, the following phate operators vegetable buyers and that draw them. It is the cow which, will do more to prove its worth than reams of paper conversa "i

out in, the .country at work at the real estate In Marion county, FlorIda shippers, merchants, land speculators sent forth from some nearby farm or tion. Chick Springs water results are plain and sure and satis{. ,

sawmills and were not to be seen be- to-wit: East half of the southwest and other coupon clippers are in the from the yard of some resident,. enters fying. Good health is four-fifths of everything..

fore .knocking off time.-Gainesville quarter of section thirteen (13), mountains and at the seashore tryingto the grocers' stores and boldly i

township fifteen (15)) south of helps itself or attacks women and "
Elevator. range spend their money and enjoy them
----- twenty-one ((21) east. Sold to ,satisfy selves. If it were not for the poor editors children on the street It is absurd PROMINENT PHYSCIAN SAYS IT IS ONE OF THE BEST IN AMERICA :

..W NTED.-Apprtntices to learn said execution and costs. there would not now be much doing that a city of 7,200 inhabitants shouldbe Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 1, 1904. ;

the. making of cigars.. El Troplco Cigar I HENRY GORDON, in Florida. thus'annoyed by a nuisance which; CHICK SPRINGS CO., .

Factory, Ocala, Fla. 2t wt1 : Sheriff Marion County, Fla. -- many a smaller town has got rid of. 'Chick Springs, S. C.- j r

7.6 President Roosevelt has given the TimesUnion.The Gentlemen:-After coming home from Chick Springs I have given water deal o
Jour a great
pen with he signed the agricultural cow abides in Ocala, also; so given thongh Chllben's,and for diseases the sake special or suffering study children). I have I DCTerThe WIsh tried to say that in aU my practice(and I have j .

Albert Williamson, of the Floridian, bill to Senator Beveridge. The bill does the fleet-footed razorback.The that toe ChIcks Springs water has.- I warter that lives the utisfactioa .
"* is one of the kind and little patient whom I carried over has a very complicated caw of stomach trouble. I :
On outspoken must ;!! i-
Harping contains the meat say that I was much
Inspection clauses very surprised at the'1'apidity ot the improvement afler drinking the .
5? when he has something to say he putsit and the president says that it was Brooksville Argus offers the water child.only three or four days. If the water only acts as it did last she will be a 8)11nd and wen .,

g Two String in language that can't be misunder through the Indiana senator that his following timely advice; "Now, is a In dosing let me say to you that 1 believe you have one of the best medIcinal waters fa -

stood. We fully agree with him that attention was called to the abuses and good time 'to'encourage local packinghouses treatment America aDd
*the creature who sells his vote and that the bill became possible. In the and home cold storage. Induce J. H. BRADFIEU, M. D.

'. Quality! Quantity!! Influence to a candidate for public hands of big men the pen continues the farmers in your section to put GAINED 20 POUNDS IN A MONTH.Greensborough. .

V office ought to be disfranchised mightier than the sword. up lard, meat and butter to supply, N. C.. Aug. 15 '44

7e southerners:* must 'nave"grits" Madison New Enterprise.The the entire local market'The good old lane Having suffered with :Malarial Fever and Congested WTCT all of the my oBww
> prevailed upon me to try Chick Springs water. After lastconsider
But don't use the ordinary kind, Doctor ,Away From Home When Prof. J. H. Brinson, of Prange smoke houses and trying kettles valuable troubles.mineral I be7iene wartn It wiU I have knowlege of. I espeoaUy recommend a morths use it for uterine it and the most lire :I
absolutely cure the sick if
= ask for '"Hudnuts pure grits. Most Needed. Springs, came down Tuesday after- should again be! 'in evidence allover I am indeed grateful for what it did for me I gained given twenty a falr trial
!
pounds month spent
during a
.. .e and get the ',best. .. noon to spend the Fourth in Ocala the land. Then prosperous farmersand at the springs. I hardly endorse it. t

People are often very much disappointed with his numerous friennds. Mr. good health of all classes will, AN MRS. W. W. BRIGGS-
to find that their family physician ALMOST MIRACULOUS CURE.SImpsonville .
also be in
Brinson Is in charge of the business evidence"Best
We are agents for'the is away from home when they S- C, May !2. INi
celebrated department --
most need his services., Diseases like, of the Rollins College I1t CHICK SPRINGS CO., -

"Clover Hill" Butter, the best cramp colic and cholera morbus require Winter Park and is spending his vacation Medicine in the World for Colic CHICK SPRINGS S. C.
;
prompt treatment,. and have in and Diarrhoea.
I r at his home in this
money can
buy.
.. ."' .... .-..i. --- .-- many tnstance .: ,; iea.: ,fatalbefocs county. Gentlemen suffered from iadire-iion and dyspepsia eiget years daring which time I.wa-
medicine could be procured or a pby- "I find Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera attended by one of the best phpSlCUtns ufmy couuty who final, advised ,neto to Chick SprtJ1&=
sican summoned. The right way is Great interest is manifested in a and Diahrroea" Remedy to be the wafers as a fast onv resort when I lanlved.was carried The on my bed-a mete IkeletoQ. I .(fJI11d cat liquids go and grbaffi

j Have a new, shipment"of Heinz to keep. at haa a bottle of Chamber(skull found in Florida. It Is described best remedy in the world," says Mrs. was earned 10 the springs in a bull'gv.water In was a short brougot time to my I was' bed sufficiently for sic "Peb' after that time the I,'.

., ; sweet gerkin! .pickles{'in_bulk. also. lain's Colic, Cholera and Diahrroea {as being small and deformed, simi- C. L.. Carter. of 'Ski rum. Ala "I am and springs could and eat totake anything-a mmeratbuJt appetite also.caned: At for.the dose I of three months J strong.U strong to walk and to ro5' :.

HeinS, stuffed mangoes- Remedy.. No n': vslclan can prescribea Mlarjy) to skulls of Flathead Indians subject to colic and diahrroea. Last as,it yvidentIy saved my- 1tfe.. cannot praise Chic Spring water too highIl

a medicine for:these disease By springs it seemed as though I would MRS. HOMER. GOlDSMITH. _
'fl seer is
no need for _
.
further die and :
specula. I think I would if I hadn't t'j
: having in the ""
house
escape
/ Y Phone 't:14'an'd: ,see'how'.promptly. much pain and suffering and you all risk. Mtion. It Is the top bone 'of a Florida taken Chamberlain's Colic, Choleraand Give Chick Springs water a show in your home. '

,iey.answer., Buy It now; it may'eave. life. For 'sale editor who starved to death from been Diahrroea Remedy, I haven't Send in your order today.
troubled
by all druggists. m crediting people on sUbscription. with It since until this
week, ,when .I had a very severe attack .

;, 0. K.; GROCERY \...W A.rEDNeat, girl for. banding about Nothing it.at.archeologic all. There .or prehistoric' and took half a bottle of the :
r. cigars.; ,. : at El will be a larger twenty-five cent size Chamberlain's CHICK SPRINGS COMPANY
: # '" :: ..... : .Apply Troplco, Cigar supply as fast
tory,"Ocala,3.Flaa .' as the. possessors die Colic Cholera and Diahrroea Remedy,
,. ... tlc : d2t wit off.- and this
t' : !.f Tampa Times.. morning I feel like 'a new '

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i"l: Harris,secretary:: the poem, pleaded, that God be given the but to the value of property of twenty-nine feet at mean low
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,
; She gave several illustrational owned by said Bilious ? ,
railway companies. water, giving a maximum depth at ;
!.- 1f YFlodda Methodist Episcopal heathen, gratitude In giving their Be It further Resolved That these high- tide of thirty-five feet.: i ,
..,; outla; bas recently issued a costliest '
'
: possessions. One of the Indian resolutions and the This is 'the
r actions of this official report of the The only foi
sure
cure
a leaflet
In. which sheshort
.
1ff.JItt ht g mothers giving up her beautiful club In 'regard to the foregoing resolutions United States engineer in charge'of {
"
, ;but. beautify biography boy instead of the sickly, deformed constipation and Biliousness
be'printed and the river
a copy sent work, as a survey was tom ,
young women who hase'sacrt- babe, because "the Gods *5DOSES that is pleasat .
tave
must to the agents ,or persons: in charge of t pleted yesterday.ThIs' natural
'::1tii; items'; and friends and will go the best:". and "can and
safe is
It you afford to give every railroad companies' official 1 I channel depth has been secured -.
i fields! to teach the ,heathenrr less than the best t"
headquarters, operating in the state solely through the .action of the 25
; ; or, the cross. :Mrs.. Harris I Miss Emma. Lester of Augusta, Ga.,' of Florida, presidents of river current .
-: ., the town aided by the jetties' put ION'SLIVER. -
=-. appointed to China, told of Christi-I councils of all towns and cities of the in place by the engineering depart; R A ILLS
.
.[ ffrerflowing expectant, audiencetie anity being her inheritance. The call, state, all Improvement associations.Women's raent. .

. ''ere'' of',the'28th,of May, In tlachnrchS e a simple one, came to herat, six years clubs and to every weekly Every indicationis that the channel, AND
tf:<"' evidenced, Intense in- of age. Nothing strange about it,there and daily newspaper and journal in which .is deeper and The Pills stir the 1
straighter than liver .
rw, ::....:.... ] the,, consecration and apbf being no call to stay at home. lazy to
All the state with
to ever before is
J. a request publish, :: 'permanent. It Is< even Y
;{ t .nine young ladies as knelt at.the altar action-the Tonic Pellets clean
j
surrounded by their and by concerted action unite in thisgreat possible that a greater .depth will be

':l Missionaries.Laing i different conference secretaries, while work of general interest and finally secured and Inasmuch' the all impurities out of the body I

:t: )!IIiI aria' : Gibson, Princiill Mrs. Bishop Wilson prayed. A more benefit to ,
our people; making our, channel is secured through a natural so that the liver
, Scarritt Bible and Train- and all 'the
::t ; up date,! scour tb rn< :: ';biooiunder': whom these young by angels, nor men. and) not only compare favorably with is practically nil, depending solely # other organs act properly. I _

, WJe
;\ 'fergrove, .their Bible teacher, youT Young man, does God 'allyou? stand, In the near future unsurpassed. tion. / j I

J\( etied':
.
: ta.EIIjgrove; gave a most beau- Can afford to
you give Him less than
Respectfully submitted by: eleven and twelve feet had diffi
f1J.t1tI.h! son"on "Christ's Attitude to your best? WOMAN'S Purging
CLUB OF JACKSONVILLE citify in crossing! the bar ,
-i-i..i;5 \;;Christ's ideal woman- and Four missionaries were present FLORIDA. Work on the Channel.,

:':}a characteristics he' ,would not have from Brazil Misses Glen, -Davis I, MRS. W S. JENNINGS, The engineering department, working just a natural and easy ., ,
'yria fq ,h od., Miss Gibson charged Smith and Elerding. Not ,ti
, once was Chairman. on the, improvement of-the channel common-sense Treatment -
. -.1Gi i ladles to.be "saturated with there anything but Joy and happinessin MRS. A. G. CUMMER. built the jetties, thereby hopine which never fails -
i Woidrot:God;' to, be "satllfied'T'i,1Ia their tones and faces, except when ; to cure
MRS. GEO. C. WARNER, to use nature'S! own forces to deepenthe
: a;Love of God," and to ba1eidfaith e Miss Glenn, with tears streaming MRS. E. H. MOTE, channel, and the .success that

.,, :: the power of God." down her face, pleaded for a.t least MRS. J. O. BESSENT, greeted:: their effort was beyond 'even Special Offer.Cut F

f'" JIiIiin 1an fa;Nichols, of Apalach- three missionaries. "We can't do with 'MRS. N, C. V/AMBOLDT. the most sanguine expecfations. the"Little Doctor" out .

. 'I./f1r Own;'was. the first to.tell of less; please give us.one. more." May 28,' 1906./ Four years ago it was noted that I: and mail to. us, with The

' ;'Wt'e&n rind the wooing of His What could we do? China begging for the old channel had been made much name of your druggist and i. ,

;''_;: H.i.; hols' face expressed ten and Korea four, and this in thin e straighter, and you may have a Wcek'sTreat. -
deepened to '
of
about ment the Pills Pellets '
''_ ,and great happiness; 20th century I Sisters, pray! pray for NO FREE PASSES AFTER eleven or twelve feet at mean low with an4

" '._fcd'the'last 'was, universal, as' eachlady women, and answer the prayer by NEXT JANUARY. water This was .secured solely O'.lrcompliments.'j '. -

:..< -Ing";' ''either prefaced. or. ended giving yourself or finding a substi: Employees through the: action of natural forces, Ramon's Brownie Calendar-Free .

.:" :::'.dt.mljw1th Joy J oyH! tute. Pray for money.. You are robbing : Cripples, and Preachers controlled by the jetties. with Weather Forecasts and Almanac information Given' with your first

; Jftw::;Klcbcls first felt the desire! ,God. The tenth and the best Exempted. About three years ago another survey purchase cf Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets. ,.: .: ,

:/,_' b.' y ears. old In, the Orange you have is His, and you are not giving was made and the Brown Manufacturing Company .. __ ,:; '
same forces,
" "'r The house adopted before adjournment St. Jouh.Io.. Greenuvi .,
: le.Tenn.
.
'-,.J .. Missionary Society. under.pjRush a cent until you pay the tenth. which work continuously had = -
SOLD .
still BY TYDINGS
" the &
conference report the COMPANY, OCALA
and she said "so Push on FLORIDA.
,
{. 1 L.l : woman's work. Don't be further deepened the channel ; ;
made it
mme rate bill
with
!.,. ,Later j .''when converted,the sapq ashamed, for we are doing God's vote. The but one dissenting ?traighter, and cut it put along the lea .\ _

f, : ."Not: now, 'some. day," was the work In HJs, way. Pay pledges. Join! anti-pass provision was re- of the north jetty. At that time the ,
'f
::: ....r; The last at Andrew Fe- the "Circle drafted along the lines'passed by
;; year of 30; that is thirty of ns channel had been cut down to about McMillan
the senate, which means that it Bros.Southern
poliegfi daring will
awaken
-s a great are binding ourselves together to Linpteen scot: at mean low water. .

:; tIC;,to. the! school, the Spirt said suport a missionary. Send me your probably go into effect without ob- The jetties were then strengthened

i?t.: "VolN"--'gain the answer, "Not DOW, name and J25 between now and tee stands struction.b This follows provision as it now and raised in height. Last. June ,ft Copper Works

,,.,; .... .Lt.I""! 8th of February. Take scholarships.Korea as ; )survey was made and this showed
the
'H nt+re.rein were spent in tear ft- Mexico and Brazil want them; "No common carrier subject the channel cut down to Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
a
depth of
o iirovisions of this act sh ll
; ate wp, Oa, and at an Epwortb"fwisloo J40 for first two and '60 for last. Brazil ? after January twenty-five feet at mean low and
1. 1907, water, General Metal
.. directly or Indirectly Workers.
at. on Sunftt Is the'most expensive mission field and straighter than ever before. Its

tie insistentcall; came again. we ,have. How the missionaries live issue or give any interstate free transportation relative position' was practically the ,
for ,
,last thought of her aurroundfnthree on their salaries, I can't passengers, except to its Old j
JS see. Bible same as at the last; previous survey Stills taken in exchange for
employes and their families, its officers new ones. Patching
i tMtMd. pictures appearedof I t women are wanted there-cost ?t 0, agents, surgeons, physicians and Then came a survey just comets t. through the country a specialty Orders by mail or

:&e: crucified Christ 'upon the Study the minutes. Work for members ed. The relative position the channel wire will receive prompt attention
at either
attorneys at law, to ministers of religion of the


)0;redeem the world; second, prayers by getting them. is that it will remain the sane..It is
Young Men's Christian
fla_ad Ukms' and millions of heathen Never give up. Miss Ella Leveret inmates of associations straighter than ever before in its his N. C. SAVANNAH, 6A *
hospitals : ,
and charitableand
j -:aad children staggering along eleven years In China, sold' the only eleemosynary institutions torj, an4 in addition' it has been CM t JACKSONVILLE, FLA MOBILE ALA ..
and
-,$ dMltj.eveD knowing there was a hard thing she ever experienced (and ,; down to a depth as stated before. ,

:GiI&f" thlyd herself be- that persons engaged exclusively In. char- ; _. '''' ._ ... .
standing only for a moment) was when a of tw nty-nlne feet. -- --.--- --
italle- aiid eleemosynary work .
to indigent
:It Qe. two, .not going, but stand- woman, covered with leprosy, hamsaid is destitute and homeless ; It is only a question of a atortti, the .-

rletton l ,came, and she dripping, fingers dropping, clasped! persons before Jacksonville will become a big]

... t.TQl co, but not now" A voice her hand In hers, begging her to tell and to such persons when transported seaport.-Metropolis

lr "Way not now; I need them more of Jesus. She gained! the by charitable societies or hos ita is. Go To .
and the'necessary agents in fl1ags s Best
employed
f Aftr all Tnc
these'fears the Gnaw er victory, held the woman's hands and

such
transportation to inmates
'l "Tit* ; of na- GAINESVILLE
Ill; Lord. I will go now. told her more of His love. Yet we SAYS
tlonal homes or state homes for dlsa-
ifiw Ntek. >la was appointed to Korea, talk of hard things! God help us to : GIVE OCALA ALL.l

.* Mils in July. see our duty and do it. bled volunteer soldiers, and of sol -

, .. ..(.)N"
"MIlt of; a urge family Her sym: Resolutions on Railroad Stations returning Appropriation by the United -

:. .-fity:f.far the Chinese girls, was en- Throughout the State of Florida. home after discharge, and boardsof States Senate, ,
,, managers of such homes to
Olhd'sheu ; necessary .
t:'y : .seven years old by the -
t: '_ ![ of foot binding. Under the Realizing that our railroad stations caretakers of '
_ ;: nllKr Influence of Mrs. Colb at In Florida do not compare favorably and fruit; to employes on sleeping much elated over the fact that Ocala, Our Edibles and, Drinkables

: :,: .. the desire to go became a I with railroad stations In the north, cars, express cars, and to linemenof our sister city, had been favored by .

; :'.....;:aad she could not could get :east or west in point of comfort and teelgraph and telephone companies the recommendation of an appropriation ,are as Clean and Pure as

.f *.Hr topa it, as there was no excuseti I I beauty or meet the present necessl- ; to railway mail service employ of $85,000 for the public bull d- '

Mr",at'tome.. Then fallowed a 'ties of our traveling public; the peo- es, postofflce inspectors, customs Inspectors big in Ocala, and have rejoiced with

? ?** lea to young men and women pIe visiting our state are often deterred and Immigrant inspectors; the citizens of the progresive ,Brick any Pure Food Laws could

i::... JMI'- 'of service here from buying and settling, on to newsboys on trains, baggage City over their success.
,. and In the
k: :....... -fields. China will be her ccount of their first unpleasant ex- agents, witnesses attending any legal But when the information came imagine them to be
-
,Ji '........ -
i :<,-:.... tome.Vfct eriences in our uninviting stations: investigation in which the common Friday that the senate had reduced

(-' Be It Resolved, That it Is the sense carrier is interested, persons injured this appropriation, they were very

k..;:fc Qniere&ce 1it leJlood,, of North' Geor-; of this club: Jn wrecks, and physicians and nurses much in sympathy and at the suggestion Our establishment has. ;

.- appointed to Brazil, (1) to work, "for better buildings attending such persons." of a.number of prominent citizensof

c ;=:l4 Jt hake:believe the Lord the, all my soul," for railroad stations throughout the the city, Judge Syd L. Carter sent been refitted 'according to =
farther
wo go To San Francisco Behind
.. entire state. a Mule. the following telegram to Florida's
-.It
will F
-- ... be, for If my Father (2) To urge the provision of sep junior senator; 'Measures
tae.: roPe we can venture With no other conveyance than a Sanitary and the
, t_ any. rate waiting rooms and wash rooms "Gainesville, Fla.,.June 29.
_-l1 t Weed by His promise. wagon, drawn by two mules, three
{ for white and colored people. "To Senator J. P. Taliaferro, ; I
lei Elizabeth young men left Tampa ahoral
Lamb Saturday night in
of North thing it
((3) For cleanly kept and sanitary Jngton D. C.; remained
:z ,; ilea appointed to Brazil, for Los Angeles, Cal., which city they
'+:=. st rov die had uildings. expect to reach in four months. At "The people of Gainesville join me
fought the call ,
' 1'e' (4) For well lighted waiting rooms I in hoping that Ocala's public buildingappropriation "Old and Matured"are
Jwrteetf years of age, deter. every Important town on the route our
:: "" i' \ and platforms, at all hours of the will be restored to the
to across the continent the
yield Tampa mule
one could see In night at stations where passenger original amount in conference, and
we
[ aMtaan7 1 team and Its
passengers will halt fora
midnight struggle. On trains are scheduled to arrive. ask you to endeavor to accomplish it. I .
i'tar 11 day or more to distribute WhiskiesWines
; still facing the question, samples i Beers
For the
'
(5) beautifying of grounds
"SYD L. CARTER.
:,. :
;
: and
s wag; until last August, when advertising matter of the product
around stations and railroad station
The people of Gainesville and Ocala
:t J" me. Her n; H Tampa cigar manufacturing
faith Is grand and concern '
buildings In the state of Florida.Be _
i have always been on the most friendly
'absolute which they are to represent Our of -
assurance that business %
It doing i
Resolved That we communicate
r will| be given her to accomplish The three young men who have undertaken i terms and our citizens are desirous way
twreaato with the railroad companies this of seeing the Brick City get what
remarkable will
<, ; i. tall she baa dark been with sentand a town councils of every Incorporated keep the house In Tampaand Journey through is justly due her, which is not considered is the same courteous --
town and city of Florida and all Improvement
too much_ for the class and
,flee it the
newspapers, posted on their
associations and Women'sclubs dimension of building which will be
and
!it alit' Miss Mary Lou White, of throughout the state enlistingtheir daily progress. required.- Gainesville Sun. appreciative mode we
:frtduate of Across the country, from the penin-
Randolph Ma-
I cooperation for the betterment
,.,the sular of Florida to the' shores of -
the have
< opposite blonde- for
of the present condition of most of employed and
.,
-let Pacific this expedition will years
; sad move by
;
"
:* good humor
pos our railroad stations In Florida.Be "Unsight Unseen.
I" .a* .Unusually easy stages, and the result will be a
sweet
voice It Resolved That --
a of these
copy favors
\t t*& wU a vast amount of novel advertising for any bestowed
> praise of thanksgiving. resolutions be sent to the officer Secretary Shaw recently told 1 aof upon
5 bd their cigar concern.-Tampa Tribune.
: always fallen to her story on Representative Smith
headquarters of all the railroad companies i-
r_ place. She spoke of the and their division superintendents I- i Iowa when the latter was a fledgling us will receive strict and
I ...... |,.tM Mrs. A. T. :Martin and her grandchildren
Training School and and anxious to make
operating within the state of attorney a reputation .
.,.' ..... tbt Miss Eugenia Fuller and the 'J':
splrit-filled faculty In Florida and ask them to cooperate for himself, A prisoner was attention -
smaller Fuller children, left prompt "
.- a, 'fWoa of self. She goes with us and town councils. Improvement afternoon Saturday brought before the bar in the criminal ; ; ,
-, for Seabreeze, where '
they
associations and Women's clubs' court in Iowa but he was not represented -
,L.. will spend the summer. They were Our constant aim 'is"fePlease1
r Dye, 01 North Mis- for the Improvement of the railroad by a' lawyer.
accompanied by Mrs. Martin's
eo.rtrHue tall and slight; stations throughout tbe son L "Where is your lawyer inquired
... ; t state. John R. Martin, who will remain y... <.
em. to have a reaekical Where said companies do .not.feel them for a' few days. with the Judge who presided. Try us and b : c one -

mind. in a clear, financially able to expend money on "I have none," respondedthe pris ':_ > :f '.
*.
e spoke of the Ooipel 1 grounds, that they are hereby reQuested one vinced. -' '
The south Is
trust, because a Gospel 1 to give permission to any the not represented on "Why havn't you?" ., ; ; _

:;;Mlae" Dye Is Bent to Korea. town council, Improvement association Interstate railway commission; I it "Haven't any money to pay a law -

.- 'i, Mann, of Northwest or Women's club to use the ra il-!' Is not represented In the cabinet; it yer." Respectfully yours :
has no post of honors ,
ce, Jli her bright, hap road property In beautifying grounds at foreign "Do you want, a lawyer?"'asked the .

;"L"Ioald: I rather' be the and improving: stations courts; indeed. Its existence is scarcely judge. '
were It, does '
:-t'. W.' Hoe than be a, Frlnof not ,Interfere with( the transaction of recognized by Mr. Theodore Roosevelt "Yes your honor STRAUSS & 00:
and his ,
Dourt, King Edward.< any business pertaining to operating broadmindedcolleague s. The prisoner: eyed the budding. attorneys

:!Mj.o c peopleVe; are of said road. j I But It will be different when, Mr. Bry: 'in the court room and after .l',

t. from you;' we are jusEreteace t J We also ask that officers( of railroad an assumes the reins of government a critical survey stroked .his chin and Wholesale and Retail Liquors : :
:
"T The ,south will come Into I t:
H la, because] companies In charge ,of said com- Hasten the day. her own I saId, "Wellr I guess. ,Iwill, takeAlexander.St. ,Mr. OCALA FLORIDAyQUNG ,: sfl

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+ : / INDIAN WAR. I TO SEE THE'-- SPOTWHERE S SENATE COMMITTEE CHANGES:

s 'f : : I' ; HE. HUNG, PUBLIC. .BUILDING BIL '.
; woman, with'a par.

:, .'," : : Fort King, was I,i Mann- WahujTo--Find the Man Who Washington' -June 28.-Subject to THE ANNEX t

: ; off as. a fugitive Befriended' Him. changes, the senate committee: on SALO
public buildings and grounds, upon "
.
that her '
+ mother
Rev. J. T, Mann,a Baptist minister convening, today made, public the ,
-' : slave: who had taken of Fitzgerald!' Gas is here to vial amendments' made during Its night- CICALA'S: .
NEW
J' Indians many years again the 'scene where over forty session In ,the omnibus public .building WHISKEY BOO

'a y i father was an Indian years ago'ie was, hanged by federals bill Among the' new items Included .

:t : raised an Indian for being 'a Confederate spy, but was.rescued are the following;

anything. Legal after' hanging for a few min Lynchburg, Va., '$80,000; Fernandi- At A. C. L. Depot Ocala )
Flay
: .
in ,the mother '
em na $100,000 Greenwood ,
Fla. ; S. O, ,
utes.His .. _._ ,.
,
That was lawful at "' '-- ," ..
visit is mainly to see if he can $;5,040; Clifton Forge, \X. $40.000; .' '
:\
: locate the man who befriended him Dalton Ga. $7,600; ; Waycross, Ga., We make a specialty of
', young husband, un while the federals were searching 7500. HIGH.

3;.. he was, could not him, and in whose house. he was secreted Reductions In appropriations made ., GRADE WHISKIES, WINES and

i; : : Proving both el for three days He has the house bill follows S .
,never by are as ; BEERS, and no house
In
the
i ; be soon had every had an opportunity of thanking the Greenville, S. C., SO.OO 'to $75,000( ; state

: on the warpath, nor gentleman, and has forgotten his Florence, Ala $50,900 to $4( ,000; '" is better prepared to ship on short notice .
3
.: :; ,his name Osceola,, name but'belteves he would '-
,
recOg.nlze Tuscaloosa, Ala., $150,000 to $125,000( ; to
: : terror in the any point All out'of town! orders -
exposed him. He will go dQWB 'to the t Ocala, Fla, $35,000 to $65,000, ; Port8= ,
1 ; There ensued a torts tomorrow and visit the scenes mouth, Va., $98,000 to $90,000; Do- filled same day as received, securely

and bloody, out of .of former days, and believes he can than, Ala., $40, OO to $35,000; 1baIY.Oa. ,
y to the number en 'go directly! to the, spot where the ., $125,000 to 100000. packed, in plain cases if de -

': the Indians did house was located and also to the The senate committee made 'increases sired., .. Give us a trial order and we

warriors, but... In the place where the federals swung him in the. bouse appropriationsas 5 feel
to confident that we will receive
conquer them up, and where he dangled at the end follows:' Marietta, Ga., $5,000 to the

were sacrified. of a rope until a federal sergeant, who $50,000; Fayetteville; N.. C., $10,000 to ; next one, as we guarantee quality of

; ] it was 'a battle had taken a liking to him swore that $60,000; Paris; Tenn., $10,000 to $4'' ,-
y had many wrongs s he I goods .equal to any of .same .grade '
was not the man wanted. 000; ,(Chattanooga, Tenn. $50.000 to
j i \ lost nothing In, the :Mr.! Mann) acting NO MATTER
as a spy during $110,000;; GainesVille Ga., $45,000 to where purchased.
F; Osceola's eloquence e. the war, was sent to :Fort Barrancas $50,000; Salisbury, N, C., $60OyO to _

to, an with instructions to blow up the'powder $75,000; 'Frederisksburg, Va., $30.009to : ( J Nicest
far toward the set Equipped Retail Store
magazine. He attempted to do so ,, $40,000; Washington, N. C.,. $60,000 -

; claimed to hqve by hurling a ball of cord,, saturated to $75,000; Griffin Ga., $5,000 to $?,- Tn' Town. 5
|
of the white man un with oil, and set on fire at the magazine 500; ijewn'an, Ga., $5,000 to 7500. ,. ., _
> ,...- -, ". ._ ,
and cul ->,' .
cupidity' but the attempt failed, and the To the 'general legislation of the '
of his wife. In sentinel who was near saw him in the -
house is added a provision for tearing 'i
1 he preach light of the blaze, and later he was down and rebuilding the public building _
till every .tured.-PensacoJa Journal. The Annex Saloon.
at Richmond, Va., and contracts
!J driven- from Florida
are authorized not to exceed $200,0)0 5
J t In the attempt.- SECOND FLORIDA REGIMENT -
with a limit of cost for the building; 5

-SURVIVORS.. MEET when completed of $800,000.1B OCALA'S' NEW WHISKEY HOU|

on Good Roads. The survivors' of the second Floridregiment a -*
I held their annual reunion I in POINTED PARAGRAPHS

;', State convention,, Jacksonville this week and of it The nee s A. CL
adjourned, after: Times-Union says: When crab crag they side Depot. Ocala lj

ever held In "At U o'clock General Ballantine,, step.Female
organization. as senior surviving officer, called the detectives should be.good. '"

.-AVprlP'A;---: 7.. nan4o v ... +..o 1 1g little gathering together. Brigadier- I lookers. ,
-
-
';t5 freight a mile dn a General Fred L.. Robertson, tnougn Bargains, bargains, everywhere!. :

,cents to move a ton not .a .member of the, Second Florida, When you haven't got !a cent. L NDS. :t

r ; { on an ordinary road, was in recognition of his services to It's a wise traveling man.who knows

to consider the cost the soldiers of Florida, made secretary when and where to stop. If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent|

ads it is almost ap- And these are the names of However,.short-change man Isn't or if you want to buy lands for farming
grazing
no tax we, pay so those who having fougbt to the end necesarily short of 'change.' S turpentining or lumber' 2
purposes
"
,
,I poor roads. We can I I with honor, were put on the list of Only the honest grafter confines

: but they will not those present: his, operations to trees and shrubs. Write to 1

-DeFuniak_ Breeze. "Comrades W. D. Ballantine Fran- A dinner that appeals to the eye I

: are a. great many cis P, Fleming, D. L. Dunham J., W. doesn't always appeal to the stom BLOUNT'REALJESTATE9CALAFLORJD

during the season Tucker Richard Waller, A. C. Martin. ach.No 0
*: George Footman married man would care to go :
who prefer pay James C. Smythe, i
: between 7 and 25 Jasper Shirley, Sanford Bond W. H. fishing if his wife insisted on going I .

pay a small tax to Lamb H. C. Gobenstein, J. N. Bat- along. .

.-Madison New .ton, J. A. Mole, M., J. Brown, D. L. It sometimes happens that a shady
: Carr and William Ivers of Palatka. character basks In the sunshine of

5": 5 ; seriously consider It 1$ believed that one or two others, nnrmlnrltv s
.. .. -
ct'f; lu uuuu the 'County were present in the hall, but if so they When a man gets a chance to. dispose ))A(4't(
5: : to be-expend- 'left before their' names were secured. of his troubles he always ,heaps N\

: Jacksonville is step- "In the afternoon the former Governor up the measure. -

direction and these Francis P. Fleming, the present One kind of optimist is a self-satis

soon mean a major general commanding the Florida fied> bachelor who Imagines he mightbe i

3 aI1e_ million.--Jas division, United Confederate 'Veterans happy if married.

L |: ; presented to the presiding officer :There are still a few old-fashioned

S the first muster roll of the famous married people In the world who

_ __? ; Question. : old command given to them ,in ally do not want a divorce. era

Richmond Va., in 1861. Then came Of ,course, it's all right to be
k of Pittsburg, said of the calling of the roll, a roll markedby a lear% but the man in the rear has

_ : :, the names of men whom all Florida a better opportunity to get away.,

too favorable. They I has delighted to honor, names of Our idea of a mean man is,one'will 'who Ira+w Gnwtts +
truth as the. Sun men who have proven their manhoodand deliberately say things in his rrc t4c tq.iF1

G: at this time of "gone to join the silent majority sleep for the purpose of keeping his iWTDt+At ss.,,
with ,the average / tired wife awake.-Chicago News sctilt5 -,
: .
> '"Name after -
name was called and
It is in our Sun: comrade after comrade accounted for Deaf 45 Years He Hears.

; the Fourth? him who could notanswer "present.: "You're not deaf," said a visitor r

on a bright Sunday 'Died in the line of duty Dead at from New York to, James P, Neff of

of June, the su Gettysburg Tell at Cold Harbor. this place who had thought himself cs-

4S:,. tapped the bell for 'Killed in the Seven Days' Fight1 dreadfully_ defective in hearing for HERvY

the hum ,of talk That was the response that was givento the past. 45 years. 'u'he visitor got Neff t 1TOR+ q '
_ r said: to take a piece of cardboard betweenhis
name after
name, name after name.
see so many new Unconsciously' that little handful of teeth ,and listen to him as he 1-
S
tOday-so many men were telling the 'unequaled history talked in a low tone. Sure enough, AkEf0eP

; full of promise, of the old command. Neff heard him well, and now he has F '
R rejoi been prevailed upon to abouwith iti j;
'ng to be "When the last name had, been go ,, l lF
r
t have all enjoyed called wet an alumnium spoon in his mouth, and 4J4'
many eyes were with tears, ) LUC
and now, before memory had touched the sternest he can hear all that comes as well as 4 q os+t I ..

1 and while the hearts. And yet it was with a tender he anybody, by biting on the Ahiruuam as ,r p T,
; his listens.
report, I pride that one old soldier answered,' .
to see if there 'All present, sir, .or accounted for!' The vibration of the metal is conducted > -, hik5 :

that have been And such is the record of the proud by the teeth, etc., to the inner QnocOpngga : IDflcL.
) a question" old Second Florida." ear, thus getting around the obstructions -

; in the outer ear. It is the principle -

and a new boy $40,000,000 Mercantile Firm. of the telephone and the ph onoCLAUGE L'ENGLE A. ;'iI

t graph physically applied.-Philadelphia liter Cartoooist K. TAYLOR ,tE
:
friend?' said the Members of the firms ,of Goldman Record.
y Sachs & Co. and Lehman Bros., __.n_ ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY WITH A WILL OF ITS OWl i

bankers have The Lamb and the Lion. Brimful '!
t / said the boy, completed arrangements of Good Things-Bristling WHh Catchy Cartel
: with -
be., a school picnic representatives of Sears,
S Roebuck & Co Much ado has been made becauseof :Maybe want
the big- Chicago .mall you to know what's so? Perhaps would '
the incident that Senator James P. like you
order concern which to see things
a is to be converted as they are? Perchance the truth
TaI aferro and Hon. John N.
Pillau. into a forty million-dollar C.. Stockton well told and cleverly pictured appeals to you? Peradventure -

stock company, soon to be financed were, recently open and avowed you have longed for a that will "
print
paper
a dish among .the Levy Meyer of Chicago, representedthe supporters of offs and the same candidate everything that should be printed?
; ;
? ,". nd is very good Chicago house In its legal negotiations. for an important office in Du :
Sears val county We are inclined to think TATS
t Roebuck &: Co. will S THE SUN
sell to the banking syndicate headed the incident portends good. The time : .
A
k eggs. by Goldman Sachs & Co. and Leh- approaches when the best men In Paper Without a Censor. A Paper Without :!

.and bones from man Bros. $10,000,000 of 7 per cent both of the old factions will be forcedto : S Boss. A Paper _

ft fine and add a perferred stock. The $30,000,000 com- reconcile their petty personal.dif Without a Financier.THAT'S .

c ( the mixture, then mon stock will be held J>y the present ferences and stand, on common groundto I
R rice to make a management. save, the state from the dominationof THE SUN

grafters and demagogues. This
with salt pepper .is
_ .. of, butter and a How would you like to be the ice said, of course, without reference to It is Sanitary Clean and Wholesome. It is Tropical Bright a
4 ;:i man? Not In Toledo where the circumstance that has '
Butter a pud five promInent given riseto Fascinating.
It Is :
= ; Bake for 25 min ice dealers have been fined $5,- the present discussion, for, according Virile, Live and EnterpriSing. .

; 000 each and sentenced to one year's l : to our information,, the candidatewho

!I Imprisonment each .for conspiracy In waS supported by Messrs.. Talia- lBJqIT1EIR.OIEr THE! SUN
.
; .restraint of trade. ferro and Stockton
There are just a ;and his .opponent
4 all PEOPLE.YOung Pt'r- few other towns that will follow the are both men.of. approved Integrity. Most of your neighbors do. Get their opinion on it.

t .' limited their example the aforesaid Toledo.-St I The incident; therefore, has no direct? Then write right away to 't.
rt F Trho wish to ob Axignsth.e Record. ,bearing,, but all the ThE
>,Sg trainingand same, it is 'signifi'cant SUN Jacksonville Florid
write', by FIRST .as- showing that the men who ,

HALF RATE Lard-Levinar. 'have beenpromtnent in the contend .J Inclose as the notion, strikes you-say ifJl

and wobable A marriage ing factions can: -get. together on occasion $2.00 for One. Year __
4. Don't license was Issued in < $1.00 for six mon
delay. < and it is
Y this greatly to be hoped ,
city Saturday "
to Mr. W. H. Lard 50 cents for '
;''COLLEQi and Miss Molly Levtna I th lesson. will not be altogether, lost three m* lt &

Macon,. Ga. field. :They ; of Summer on the, horde of political .barnacles, And we'll see to it that you'llnever! regret it. We'll give t
were
., : married at one **iy, taking. you the biggest run for jour money that
i House O'cloc advantage of existing money ever had.
fac-
.
% shoe Sunday at the Oh !
; bride's h 'at'that yes
:< : glad. me tfonal"strife; + we'll send
New ,
c : : ; :: In: for low place. Their friends ; are becoming more and sample defiles
men and extend to i shameless
more and .bi'their
; them .. arrogant
: x congratulations and best wishes, i opatatiaris--Stark9' -
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,,; .;;; ofTHIf, SCHOOL BOARD.laTm 'Key. Pond( 1sUPpll d. THE FOURTH IN OCALA. DAISY DOINGS.

r"i '!'" ,_- Eaton'' Creek-Miss : x : Notice of Final Dis-
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Stella Smith. fAjOOD
- big "mealy"potatoes
":,:..,..:_":!:<'. '"" ,"""\"';;: ,, 'July' 2.. 1906.jJd Romeo-Miss; Jordan In ye olden times the Fourth of Correspondence Ocala-Banner: charga.-

: : of, public: Instruction. in Pine (Greenwood)-Miss Daisy July 'had a ,distinctive celebration. In ,Everybody is reasonable and quiet WI can not' 6th Notice Is i areby given that on the
-,:, 'met all towns at'Ocala day of November. A. D., 1905, the
'lit union, county, Florida' Ross. the size a cannon down the line undersigned administrator of the es.

'. tb )_ 'daY (of July, ,In regular ChprchilI-bliss Josephine Bard., shot belched forth a salute as many Our dally showers seem to have let be produced withouta stae of John W. Randall. deceased will

-' ,with:G.'9, Scott chairman;' B. Lake Kerr-Unsuppljed. times as there were states in the for a. little white present to the Hon. Joseph Bell Countyty
up liberal Judge of Marion courty, Florida,
"- -:tod J. present ,Johns-Unsupplied. Union. ,Some man of renown was selected Wedding bells,have been threatening amount of IDS final acounts and make final settle-

'a'o; 't.as'egul r and ofMing 'spe- Rock to read the declaration of in- tlement and apply for his final discharge -
: Springs-Unsupplle- to ring for some time and have POTASH in the fertilizer as administrator of tha salt

,," <: ? of June 18th, were read Homeland-M. L. Reynolds. dependence at about e..even o'clock In finally rung merrily Mr. F. ,C. Hughes, estate. P. T. RANDALL

ipproTed., Lowell-Miss Edith L..TVoodroughii :. the forenoon at some place selectedfor of Bullock county, Georgia, and Mid i -not less than ten Administrator Randall Deceased.of Estate .of John W.

:.:; fcHowtoS( schools were granted i Colored. this purpose. Nannie ,Martin, of Silver Springs were Ocala, Fla., May 3, 1906. 5-4-6ai

:'airs'as'follows:, ". k t -Howard,, AcademY. -J. D. McCall. Then followed an 'eloquent addresson united in marriage: June 17, at per
Qn, two stoves and $7. !principal; Miss Wilma Glllis, assist. the "Glorl s" of the daY' by some Rev. J. J. Graham performingthe NOTICE'

: "Creek:, authorized to build ;ant; unsupplied, assistant; Mrs. Annie distinguished speaker' of national rep- ceremony, which made two hearts. the form of Sulphateof -

':J tP to house. | M. Chandler, assistant; Miss An- utation. as one..' !.Ir,'Hughes is a prominent Of Application for Tax Deed Under

ifi& '$15. ;na E. Murray assistant? all 'other,positions During the reading of the declaration young: man of Georgia, but for the POTASH of highest Section S of Chapter Florida.4S8S. Lawsof -

,fGl1owing'bids were accepted to unsupplied. of independence 'and the.deliveryof past six or eight months has been a -

f ,."pupils' to schools. Fessenden Academy-J.- L. Wiley, the, Fourth of July' oration the citizen of the little burg of Daisy. He quality. ,
> from Blue Spring stores were all closed and,all business Notice Is hereby given that W. C.
:Johns, principal; Mrs, ,J. L, Wiley, assitant; is a sober and trusthworthy young Townsend purchaser of Tax Certificate

' "' ,to i.punneilon, at $25 per month. unsupplied.. suspended. man and of very refined manners. It "Plant Food" and "Truck Farming" are Nos. 108 114. 115. 224. 254. 244 dated

b.,.. WVi Reed from South,Lake Mt. Tabor-A. S. Jacobs. After the intellectual festivitiesthe I can at once be seen that be belongsto two practical books which tell of the success- the 6th day of June A. D. 1904, has
ful growing of potatoes and the other garden filed said certificates In ray office' and
: ,. at $25. Gum Springs-Miss J. people assembled sat down to a of the old
ip'tiiWeiradale Mary Boyd. one good time families ; truck-sent free to those who write for them. has made application for tax deed t>
}_ ._Bageilta from Anda- Mt. Zion-J. B, Blye. Miss Ella Jack basket dinner and barbecue and .discussed I of thatstate., Miss Martin' was raisedin Issue in accordance with law. Said
; month. the traditions and of A4're". GERMAN KALI WORKS certificates embrace the following described -
_t'to Otra at $20 per son. glories : Marion county; the daughter of few Yar-9f Nassau Street cr property situated In Marion -

;-t H.Hall; from Cottage Hill to Felfcrt&p Lakeside-Miss Addle ,L. Michael..' the fathers, of the republic.. Mr. and Mrs. H. Martin of Silver Atlanta 0&-::>.i So. Broad Street county. Florida to-wit: Southeast

',. ,,at' $35 per 'month.yecommendation'of. Boardman-Miss Willie E. Boyd. Not so now. At least not so in Springs but formerly of Eureka. May quarter southwest of:quarter section southeast 8, north half of
quarterofsouthwest
.f'' ;ftooa patrons of Clarksville-Miss Lutitla J. Wilker- Ocala. God bless this union. Their frineds for the mutual welfare of the pro- quarter of section 34, and

J:$rit r: ,Farm, schoot P, T. Wilson son, The day is now devoted to climbingthe ,extend congratulations through the ducers and factors, be the watchwordfor northwest quarter of northeast quarterof
section
-tiiik. Cahoon and James Luff man Mose Pond-Unsupplied. "greased pole by. a few little negroes Banner. We say Banner because we the present?. -Navaf Stores Review %5 east, and 35 lot township 4 of section 12 south 22 and rang 7.50*

,7.., :Appointed trustees of GrinerNom' Hard Rock-B. W. Bonner. catching the "greased pig" mean "Banner.. We do not know any Savannah, Ga.. June 23, 1906. chains east and west on, west side of
' district, the old trustees "sack' races," "foot races" and a few lot X of section 27 and lot 3 of sec
_i Wetumpka-Miss Virginia Howard. nigher honor that we could extend to -- 'tion 27, and northeast quarter of south

=,p.-iriag resigned. Blaze Pond-J. H. Bonner, principal inspiriting pieces played by. a brass the young couple than the banner of NOTICE. .east quarter of section 35, township IS

f"' flpea.the recommendation of the ; Mrs. J. H. Bonner, assistant. band, which is done not so much in our country We hope they will livelong south, range 25 east. The said land be. '

board J. J. N. Bronso n commemoration of the day to add Of Application for Tax Deed Under ng assessed at the date of the Issuance ,
c1 ptterr; the" Elmwood-Unsupplied. as and enjoy a happy life as man of such)certificates In the name

\ < supervisor to fill the Pine Grove-Miss Hattie Dempson. speed and eagerness to the catchingof and wife. May tneir 'pathway ever bestrewn Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof of J. B. Swan. Swan & Henry Mrs. S.

'l mired. i :term pf R. T'Ellison, ; re- Bethlehem-E. W, Daily the greased,pig, the climbing of the with flowers -Florida. known.B. W. Morris Unless said F. B.certificates Wood and shall un be

TM supervisor of the Ebenezer Wesley Chapel-Miss Serena Bawks greased pole etc. Miss Blanche Marsh and Miss Lulu Notice is hereby given that J. J. redeemed according to law tax deed

'_il'1 1;,,No. .15- Hog Pond-Miss Annie Kinsler. This was the way this "gloriousday" Cason spent a few days recently with Fort.Nos. purchaser of tax certificates will ,Issue A. D.thereon 1908. on the 9th day of"uly -
447 502
506 1105. 1106 1107
, :-trusteea: of, the Dunnellon St. Peters-Miss Laura J. Ward. was celebrated In Ocala and Its friends\at Lake Weir and, report haying L108, 1109 1111 dated June 6th' 1904, Witness my official signature and

(solos l appeared and insisted that the Magnolia-Miss Olive L. Boler. celebration was turned over almost a pleasant time enjoying the and 505 and 519 dated the first day 906.seal this the 6th day of June A. D,

: )ij i 'd,Increase the appropriation for Sulphur Springs-Miss Mary Har entirely to the colored population. breezes of the beautiful lake. of June A. D.. 1903 has filed said cer (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK '

;1.r'school lt claiming they were not mon. But they are not to be censured for Another young farmer has come to tificates in' my office and has made Clerk Circuit Court,

,-pstng aa"much as other schools of Freestone-W. C. Rogers. the way in which it was celebrated, the home of Mr. and Mrs Cason. application accordance for with tax law deed Said to issue certificates in- 6.8 C Marlon County 'Florida.

" ;."wn:size and Importance. After Pa.imett-Mi53 Ida D.' Maxey. ;''I for it was celebrated almost Identically Mrs. W. Priest and two little child. : embrace the following described NOTICE.

gptj&ringthe matter the board Evergreen-Miss Carrie Johnson.Mt. in the same manner last year en called on, Mrs. Marsh Saturday, property situated in Marion county .L -
I In the Circuit Court In and For Marion

< g4aveit I to,pay the full $25 per month Pleasant-Miss Anna M. Cannon and the year before under the direc- \ Mr. James Hogan is on the mendwe Florida, to-wit: Southwest quarter County Florida.

,":% oaveying children and allow them tion of the legal representatives of the are glad to say. The shop is of southwest quarter section 10, '
township 15 south, rznge 21 east In Re Estate of A. C Johnson.
,':.J (instead of $190 per month for Montague-E. B. McCants, princi- city.There overrun with work. Our roads are in southeast quarter of northwest quarter Notice Is hereby given that on the

,.?.. ...... 'c.....,ja Boyd assistant., were a great many colored fine shape since the rains hive: stop of southwest quarter section 7 and 5th day of December A. D. 1906
-
, ;r,,W. C. Black, a, trustee of thee Roper's Farm-W, H. Burrell. people in the city on the fourth. All ped.' northeast quarter of northwest quarter the estate undersigned of A. C. Johnson administrator deceased of will the -
of
'.I Wiad -school appeared and asked 3It Royal-Miss Aqullla Daniels. the incoming trains were crowded. Mr. A. B. Albritton is building an and southwest southwest quarter quarter'section of northeast 7, present my final return accounts and

be allowed to employ an I There were a large number of lemonade vouchers, and apply for final discharge
" .tot they, Christian-Miss Estelle' Rogers. addition to his store. quarter; section 19, all in township 15 as administrator of said estate. -

-' lnsbttnt'teacher, the same to be paid Stanton-Miss Annie Harmon.:, and lunch stands on the side- The. gum is, now- running fine and south range 23 east; southwest quarter F. M. TOWNSEND

; ttifeif,,from the district funds. The Rock SInk-Miss Lecora;Bonner. .: walks and around the :public s'quare we all say, "let, her run" of northeast quarter north half of Administrator of the Estate. of A. C.

-: ewjaeatwaegranted.. and;,the merchants were, kept reasonably Melons and cider southeast quarter and southeast quarter Johnson deceased. 6 1 6m
, ; ; Jerusalem-Unsupplied.. ,'cantaloupes are of southeast quarter section 13 Martin. May 28th. 906.
", ". Mr, ,.,'',Black also asked the board tQLISiake'an Silver Springs Miss Matilda Quar- busy throughout the day thoughthe very plentiful down here. northeast. quarter block 9; all of

= : ,appropriation for repairs t erman. sales were not so large as in for (Bring some around the Banner.) block 15. lots 2 and 4, block 17, allot NOTICE .

-'it, -as be had no estimate of the cost' Mt. Olive-Miss Mattie F. McCleary. mer years.In ,Come down Mr. Editor and help us block 18, east one-fourth block 20, ---
,f*+ Cline's sub of Of Application for Leave To Sell
natter, was deferred until next Riverside;Miss Marion. Bonner.Hopewell the afternoon the colored Odd eat, drink and be jnerry.FARAWAY northeast quarter of Land. -
Minor's
northwest quarter section 18, township -
: -R, BfI Sutton! principal; Fellows'. -< ... had'" 'a'street' parade, there- ( MOSES 15 south, range 22 east, o Notice is hereby given that on the

lie following! teachers were ap- Miss, Amelia Mobley, assistant wrwo* gaipes of baseball *playedat I The said land being assessed at the 3rd day of August A. D. 1906 I.will

(filed: Black Sink-Unsupplied. the Driving"Park grounds; the first the date of the issuance of such certificate apply to Honorable Joseph Bell.County /

,.'" in the name of Varn & Mc Judge in and for Marion state .
White. Ha.wthorn-Miss Alice L Michael; game between the Ocala and Lakeland county ,
Ji/ I Neil, H. W. and Sarah Wood. E. L.
iU, .....-J., H. Workman,. principal. unsupplied. teams, and the second between the F1RBYS Land M. Wallace W G. Williams of said Florida, at for his office order in Ocala in
county an authorizingme
ai1t-Unsupplied. Baldwin's Farm-Miss Lulu, Bald- Ocala and the Tampa teams. all colored Ella Lewis and parties unknown. Un- as guardian of the minor heir of

-._.ad' ,assistant-Miss Sarah E wlri. the Ocala team winning In both less said certificate shall be re- he' estate of Peter Black deceased,

'rf. Orange Creek-Unsupplied. instances. S' EDSRepresent dewed according to law tax deed will to sell at private sale the following

.|4 hthtgrade-'Yis Georgia Borger Liberty Chapel-Miss Theresa Bon The crowds were orderly throughout .A.issue D.thereon 1906.Witness on the 24th day of July property belonging to said estate to-
tbe Lots sixteen and in '
survival of wit
the fittest We ; seventeen
!Ierentli grade-Miss Hattie J. Dye the day; there were few arrests have become the largest need house tn the I my official signature and the Town .Ocklawaha. in the southeast

: -. L"'grade--Miss May Turnley. ner.Jacobs. Well;:.:Unsupplied, and Indeed there was no!t necessity, as world others.because Do you out wish seeds to are grow better the moat than seal this the 20th day of June, A. D., quarter pf southwest quarter of

'grade-1I1s8 Miriam Pasteur Jklt. ,. Qarmen-Unsupplied. rf thing turned out for8J1.Y.* extra policemen beautiful: flowers' and the flnest.vega. 1906. Section 32, Township 16 SoUv-i, Range
J tablesPlantthet seeds
** 1 1 f.ti": (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK 24 East and 'the north half of the ..
j "V all
CARJsT ,
grade-Miss Susie A. Fort D. Secretary, j J t ,IMS Seed Annual free to ;/ Clerk Circuit Marion
_ applicants. -' Court County, north half of, the Southwest Quarterof
d'4 Miss Clark.
grade- Fannie
Florida. 6-22.
-- LEVON NOTES. D. M. FERRY & CO., the Southeast Quarter of Section
id'grade- ,": Detroit, MICh. 32, Township 16 South, Range 24 -
NOR, COUNTRY. NOTICE. East. Said lands belonging to the estate -,

3.::grade-Miss Nellie, C. Stevens Special to Ocala Banner: nf the said Peter Black,Deceased, ;
'Y--It Connor July 3, 1906. Dr. and Mrs. Reaves have moved to FOR SALE 'CHEA *- '''thousand Notice is hereby given that on the to be sold for the best interest of said. -
Mica Ella Mendenhall. '
, : Special Cor. to the Ocala Banner: Inverness, where they will reside for live "oak fence posts;also two thousand 2nd day of July A. D., 1906, minor heir..
-.peintosh-Miss Donnie Griffin prin.:1Iai at twelve o'clock noon there will be *"
t the red bay cherry and cedar boards.B. This the 29th day of June 1906.
: 'i::,MUs Mary Taylor, assistant: Picnics now seem to have their innIngs future. H. Seymour, Ocala, Fla 7-6-2t sold at Public Auction, in front of the 6-29 SUSAN' BLACK Guardian.
'k in tbi* we.M>1* "r V** Land,of Flow Mr, Charles B. Waters, of Savannah clerk's office in Ocala, Florida, all of f.' 1 _
Charlotte assistant
; Turnbacb ; will leave Friday night for Atlantic NOTICEOf the old court house chairs benches and ,' Notice of Special Master's Sale.i .
Msjstant unsupplied. ers.There other things belonging to the said ..' .
at Delk's Bluff Beach, where he will spend \
was a picnic -
< ,Review-C. P. Dickinson: princi court house which are not now in use .
1
' last Saturday. We learn, however, that the remainder of his vacation.Dr. Application for Tax Deed Under to be service in Under and by virtue of a final decree -
iMMissrBessfe: nor necessary kept in
Hines assistant.
. rendered the 22d day of June
on ,
1 JwtvUle owing to the farmers being very ,busy and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter. fBelleview. Section; 8 of Chapter 4888. the new apartments.
-D, M. McKinnon. 1906 in certain in
a cause pending
, with their growing grain very "few are expected to move over Laws of Florida. ""' S. T. ..wISTRUNK
waellon-Pro Angel, principal; ., Clerk of the Board'of County Com the 5th Judicial Circuit Court of FlorIda
were attendance.. to the mill before long. Everyone is in and for Marlon county on the
; 1It!(Kaache. Hall, Miss Irma Good.X51' Notice :rig: hereby given :that Wy Wj missioners. 623.
;.Miss On the Fourth there will'be a picnic looking forward to their' coming with ,,.,i chancery side thereof wherein HenryA.
Cora assistants
Ross '
Martin, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.
" d ddlck-E near: the home of Mr. P. L. Durisoe great, interest. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. Faucett was complainant and. Cyrus
R. Simmons principal: Connor's efficient postmaster., This .-- 439, dated the 1st, day of July Wilkerson was defendant I, the

, .. lava' Miller'assistant We hope that Judge Alton B. Par. A. D. 1901, has filed said certificatein Under and by virtue of a certain undersigned special master named

, 2l e i Level-Miss: Addle Capple man. picnic Is,given in Mr. ,Durisoe's honor ker and his friends will give Mr. Bryan my office and has made applicationfor decree in chancery,.made and enteredby and appointed in the said decree to
#le-B.. In one'of 'the most beautiful and romantic the Hon. W. S. Bullock judge of execute the same, will on Monday the =
Milan., ,
: the, same measure of support that : tax deed ,to issue in ,accordance
- spots on the limpid Ocklawa- the circuit court of the fifth Judicial
eliadsle-Unsuppled, principal; Mr. Brvnn *r\n Mq friends gave, thedistinguished with law. Said certificate embracesthe 6th day of August 1906 between the
circuit of Florida sitting in chanceryfor
ha, and we know it will be well at hours of eleven o'clock in the forenoon
Amanda
2: ., [ Brooks assistant. New York Jurist, and fouowine described property situated Marion county Florida, on the '

: >:-C; A. Wells, principal; Miss tended. we believe that they will do so. Everything in Marion county, Florida, to-- 7th day of June 1906 in a certain and three o'clock in the afternoon, offer '

,;' .,:,W,. Foster assistant Born to Captain and Mrs. William looks lovely for democratic wjt: Commence at northwest corner cause therein pending wherein Va- and expose for salein front of the i
.!t Henry Carlton of Jacksonville, on len a Meginny is, complainant and court house door In Ocala In said
tFarm-_ _lss Cora Murray. solidarity. of lot 8, subdivision of John Broward
:". Wiggins. June 26, at Connor a son. The littleSt Henry Gordon as ex-officio administrator county and state and will sell to the r
: rond-llsa' Ida grant township i3 south range 21
,, Johns and Ocklawaha river captain of the estate of James H. Whit- highest and best bidder for cash the
.- Jw-Mrs. Karl L. Harter. east; thence north 64 degrees 15 minutes field deceased and Jennie .Wbitfield mortgaged premises described In said
will be known to the world as
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. -Ciadler-Mlss Sallie Castles. east 10 chains south 25 degrees are defendants. I will on the first decree as follows: Commencing at a

;; 'lotilc !shp-R-W. Erwin principal; Dillon Allen Carlton. 44 minutes east 10 chains, south; 64 Monday in August, to-wit; point 747 feet east ot the northwest '
'IN'Lttey Ervln. assistant' Miss Mary Emma Washburn. who .August 6th. A. D., 1906. corner of the south half of the northwest
degrees 16 'minutes west 10' chains
l has been, nursing Mrs. W. H.. Carlton i SUPPOR.TI ; between the Jegal hours of sale offer quarter of section fifteen town-
ctra-MIss' Daisy Hart.iteGtoUJ returned to Ocala Tuesday. Miss north 25 degrees 44 minutes, west 10chains for sale and sell for cash to the shlg 15, range 21 east running south

:> J, Dickinson, pripciDllas to place of beginning? 10 acres. highest and best bidder before the 332 feet; thence east 1,516 feet;

( [ Annette Gist assistant.. Washbunx is a winsome young woman I The said land being assessed at the court house door in Marion county,. thence north 332 feet; thence west
i--'" tl-Miss and' a very attentive nurse. SCOTTS EMULSION sum u a Florida the following described lands, i 1,516 feet to point of beginning, beingin
Stella
'Mart n. date of the issuance of such certifi .
: The Veterans of this section who bridge to carry the weakened and to-wit: said county and state or so muchas
: : Rthg-Mtsa Frances Mobley. cate in the name of parties unknown. j be sufficient to satisfy said
' attended the monthly meeting In starved system along until, it'can find That certain parcel or tract of land may
\f W1et-Dllss Elsie Schneider. Firm in food. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed situated in the city of Ocala countyof decree and costs. T. E. BIGGS,
';;UUdale-Miss: Myrtle Shores. Ocala, Monday report having 'had a support ordinary according, to law, tax deed Marion, state of Florida and described Special blaster In Chancery.

Cotton 'Plant fine and dandy time. Send for free sample. as follows, to-wit: Commencing -, R. B. Bullock Complainant's Solicitor.
;, -Miss Rae Folks. will Issue-thereon on the 6th day of
:lunge ,Capt. P. T. Randall has been very SCOTT &: BOWNE Chemists, on the section line between sections -: 6-29
I Lake--Miss C. Estelle Lyles. 409-415 Pearl Street *York. August A. D. 1906. seventeen (17) and eighteen. -
""Oa3cHm-Miss busy the past week hauling his cabbage 5 Guess. Witness my official signature ands (18) township fifteen (15) south \fi GUARDIAN'S NOTICE <*r. ANNUAL
c" Ld i Bluff=Un IJPlled. I palmetto bulbs from Gore's landInsr -f! al this the 4th day of July A. D. range twenty-two (22) east, at the SETTLEMENT.
: -'''UIl@lQISS Ula to Silver Springs and shipping r northwest corner of Edwin C. Smith'slot -
O'Rear. 1906. S. T, SISTRUNK,
Cottage them to Jacksonville.. Mr. Randall 'is on Magnolia street thence west' 'Notice is hereby given that on the _
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-Unsuppiled. (Seal.) Clerk Circuit Court
artery In the logging cabbage and mercantile 119 feet thence, north 70 feet along i 22nd day of August A. 0., 1906.at .
Oak-Miss Frankie Ross. business to his T. Needham 7-6 Marion County Florida. Magnolia street thence west 119 feet. the court house iir Marion county

':: ,ro-MUs' Sue Liddon principal; up eyes. thence south 70 feet to the point of; Florida, the undersigned as guardianfor
-- bells were chiming in our .
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,, X n drick-Miss Mattie Pasteur. midst last Sunday, but methinks a To staisfy said final decree and and Helen McIntyre, will present.. my
\ report of the event has already been Under and by virtue ot'an execution costs. accounts and vouchers t'v the Hon.
.awaha-Miss Nannie McGahatta will not The Plumber issued out of and under the seal H. M. HAMPTON, Joseph Bell, county Judge in and for
; chronicled so repeat
$ ,
: of the circuit court in and for Marion Special Master in Chancery. Marion county and make my annual
; ;* -Miss Morrison. A card from Arcadia says: Mrs. county, Fla., dated July 3. 1895 in a 7-6 settlement as guardian of the said

.-::1 tt1ie-Mi8S. Eva Dt Johnson Howard B. Hall and daughter, Opal, flqd Gas fitter certain cause wherein Richard 3c- minors
;: will come up ,Saturday to visit relatives Conathy Is plaintiff and Enoch W Ag- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Dated June 19, 1906. -

'> 'Ztoa-Miss Ida R. Guess here for a few weeks. new is defendant I have levied. on A. MCINTYRE.As .
i IOh-MIs8
Inez Phlnney.LC and will, onMonday Notice is hereby given to all creditors Guardian for Katie Mal and Helen

,. : ntral-Miss ,Susie Bain. Several'of our citizens will be in August 6th, 1906, legatees distributees and all Mcintyre, Minors.'> 629t.GUARDIAN'S .
Enezer-Miss! Marie E Bain. Ocala to, hear the eagle scream onthe the same'being a legal sales day. and persons having .claims against the

:, Urrieatie Pond :. Fourth of July, HAS.. OPENED UP HIS NEW, during the legal hours of sale,' offer estate of Robert E. Flinn, deceased, NOTICE OF SETTLE-
-Usa Inez Miller '
: HehttsoUle-Mtss ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM for sale at the court It* use door in to present the sane to the undersigned MENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE,

,: 8l l Annie Folks. S' P ON THE CORNER OF Ocala Florida an4sell ra: the highest within one year from date hereof, -

a41Uss Urzle Proctor.mmerfeldUnsupplied. and best bidder, for cash, the following duly authenticated. Notice is hereby given that on the

"' .. ROLLINS COLLEGE; SPENCER BLOCK WITH A real estate in Marion county, Ocala Fla; July 6th, 1906. 27th day of December, A. D, 1906. :rat
Aat1p<*r.W. W. Smith. principal? Florida, to-wit: JAKE BROWN the court house in Marion county
--- The undivided onefifth interest and
<1'Shelly Souter and Miss Sue Mil- Winter Park Fla., ,FULL LINE ,OF SANITARYAND estate of Enoch W. Agnew ,in the As Administrator 'of- the Estate of Florida the under signed as guardianfor
the Katie Mal McIntyre
minors.
1..'"i8iStlnt8, For best advantages in classical scientific tracts of land towttEast half and Robert E. Flinn. 7-6-8t- and Hellen McIntyre, Triu present my

,) McCoyMiss'Emily:: Halford. music,. art, 'expression, tommercial MODERN ,PLUMBING: south half of southwest quarter and accounts and Touchers to the Hon. .

; hrsliiille..D W.. ,Griffin. and stenographic courses attend northeast ouart'r of ,southwest 'quar Joseph Bell county Judge In and for s
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:, J'W. Sanders.14keMIsi Rollins College, ,GOODS. WHEN ,IN NEED OF ter of section fifteen, township ,seven d &CtUM TEIOBY *. Marion county and makES my final '
'i\ teen south range twenty-four east t A settlement and apply ,for final discharge
Leila: Marsh. Most attractive and healthful_ sun< containing 440 .acres'more or less, in as guardian of the said mi

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";: JBrnnt-UnSUPPUed; ; For,full particulars address Sold to satisfy said 'execution and $5,000 R. Fare Paid.! Notes: Dated June 19th 1906. -.
;wills-.Mts'Carrie PLUMBING, CALL ON MM.| COSUk' taken 'on\tuitiOl' ,,BESTuxi A. McINTYRE. '
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: Holly. W, R, O'NEAL, Sec. HENRY GORDEN. ctespMt ott earth. Don't delaywrite! add.
and Helen
As guardian of Katie Mal ;6i
'," \ 1..Unsupplled- '. 7-6' '1m" Orlando ; Fla: Sheriff'Marion county, Fla. ,- GEOiGI4-1UBAM-::Sl1i SCOLLEGE.beoa.FPa> McIntyre, Minors.,. 6-22-Cm ..
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