The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00385
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: t.. : ;' \ > ; ,: Monday morning, announcing the Weir.. The services were conducted by

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;:':1''{ : J-' .". 4.;-1. .''" .','- I death of Hon. William Penn Haisley, Rev. G. H; Harrison of this city, re> Was born while Ocala was Busted and Bankless.

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# which occurred at Lewes, Del. at. 1 tor of Grace Episcopal church. It Grew Because
it Filled a Pressing Need.. It .
; GOOD o'clock Sunday '.afternoon, where, he The wishes of the deceased were
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and Mrs. Hai, .leY.-were, r, spending. the carried out by his widow Mrs. Florence Others
as well as1 'its Owners.
summer. Spooner and his son, Dr. ,H. G. :

:'b fii, AT THE: Mr. Haisley was born at the time'' Spooner, having the remains tempura ', :

r ri his parents were moving 'from x NorthCarolina rily interred on :the estate. MUNROE &" CHAMBLISSJ f ,

: OFFICE 1 DRUG :STORE : to' Illinois: and in the political Universal sympathy is expressed for .. BANKERS.

conflicts which followed he strongly Mrs. Spooner in her 'sorrow. It was
". .';,,,..' Ocala Fla. .
'';: '" i : # espoused the principles which he, her hope that as the ,years passed ,. .,

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\"'.<.""::!,.; 1. 4,, inherited from his ancestors. that Mr. Spooler's nervous condition -" '" -..'

.;. :, ', At the outbreak'of thecivil war he would improve,suftlc1entI1 to permit .
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.,' .",:--j, .;' M, .'. <, .t":' :, <.' .,'.. ;-': .. .I,. t had just graduated from Harvard col- her being with him.. : -
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'fit : :. lege, but unfortunately was stricken Mrs. Spooner is famous as a worker '

':.,": ;': 'i .'. with paralysis and remained completely and philanthropist and Is. ,$50,000 .
identified C0P1T0L
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'] .. : .- paralysed during the four eventful with many movements for the amelior-

.," !; {t '. j' .' ,' years! that fQllowgd,. and was usable ation of the condition of {ha unfortunate

''# .Carefully Filled ; ,' ., to move hand or foot. and destitute. .She led the orga- THE CENTRfU NATIONAL( BANK '

,:' :.::' ..\. '. f.I ,As soon as he regained possessionof nized movement .in .Massachusetts for i ,. _

------:--- ... his stricken limbs he came south abolishment. of caital punishmentand I \

}-.I% !S, ABOUT TOWN.Tuesday Mr.-D. Hunt a successful turpentine and began life as a tutor in Mississippi was awarded a gold medal in recognition OF OCALA, .

tJ'i ... operator of Mulberry, was in. Ocala. of her services. While she
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: ; e.- Monday. Later he came to Florida and located has not succeeded entirely she has HAS A REAL DESIRE TO HELP .IN. THE, ADVANCEMENT OF

: ; t twlj'a.1ig} barbecue at k- in this city, where he opened a seen the electric chair substituted for -
ii ,, Summer prices now prevail in our private school which he managed the gauows and expects eventually to

';. :;;o ; grovery 0-department-we will save most successfully. He also taught with see capital punishment abolished. YOU, GIVE IT EVEN A SMALL OPPORTUNITY TO'SHOW

i:: *t. IJ -Beaus; ofBronsonwas: you money. ,The Fair. ,x eminent success in Tampa and afterwards Henry T. Spooner was a son of THAT THIS ,
....city'ruesdaJ: I -. in Texas and other western Henry Pierson Spooner, a pioneer "
.:..:.:.:;.i ,.. J;' I ,Mr. L. Bittihger and Mr.. Thomas
'L ..' p.- states.. He returned to Florida and New York banker. His grandfatherwas

[: .Thbuildingor-the,new courthouse. J.. Owen spent Sunday with their fam- took a prominent part in the campaignof Col. Alden Spooner who edited NATIONAL BANK

j.- .,':,good.. .progress.. .. ilfes at Lake Weir. 1876, making -.thorough tour of the old Long*Island Gazatte, the first .

:. f. the state in the interest of the demo- paper published there and later edited

.:V i.:- Joseph", Williams, .of Crystal 1. Mr Clifford Ayer, of McIntosh, spent cratic' ticket, having as his colleagues and owned the first newspaper 'Printed '

pw. ant'.Tuesday in the city. Sunday ,and Monday in Ocala with his such .distinguished gentleiaen as in Brooklyn. He gave Fort Green- -.
.:;.', ...,:-I.,,,'", ,A. parents: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer.. Rons.William 'DvBloxham, Wilkinson hill Park .to the City of llrookIyn.. His An Exciting Runaway. r 1 ;, ,:
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? A. Robert Bul-
Call' John Henderson great grandfather was Judah Paddock

{. .( C&ve&ndEdward3 one of Mr. ,and, Mrs. J. W.. Kea and infant lock, George F Drew and others Spooner, who published the first news- Late Mondajr- afternoon as Mr. AI. I
;1..pW1' iRiverla: ; representatives: in J. Roes was returning from a drive RIP QS "
daughter went up to, McIntosh Mon- whose names win ever remain house-. paper-printed in the state of Vermontand ,
: dtj his spirited horse was frightened by
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'i '-, day for a short visit with friends. hold words in this state.. his father John Spooner. printedthe H
.:._-: .-__.-- the breaking of a shaft and became .r
-- In recognition of his valuable serv- first newspaper published in the .
; board of Summer prices now prevail In our unmanageable. He dashed the' buggy
ices to the .democratic party Mr. Hais state of .Massachusetts.
nfl[ department-we will gave with great force against a tree In'front
bank :
:; ; a grovery- .
ley was appointed .by Governor Drewto Henry T. Spooner descended from : We Have Now In Stock .
you money: The \Fair.\ x of the residence of Mr N. L
the office-of superintendent of pub- a .distinguished newspaper faI li1yand i \
'7.. ,'. ,: lic instruction and made reputationin place in his heart' 1 Goetlieb on Fort King avenue. Mr the 'Most
.. Mr. and'Mrs J. J. Nelson of Belle a always had a warm : Complete .Line of
.; Roess was thrown out of the vehicle ..
ltdMrs .
-: & ; : E. ,iM. ,Howard have that office which fully met the for the newspaper fraternity. He loved -j .

:iJew: :Fork.>They will spend view spent' Monday'shopping. in' the promises and expectations of his Florida and .was wedded to its cli:!, and several feet into the air, but very RINGS that Can Be Found _
-" city. fortunately escaped with but a few
F t j4rpotiths-fn that state and i friends. mate and was charmed 1 by the attractions -i .ice
bruises and scratches.
r' Mr. Charles Whitesids has gone Mr Haisley was married in Ocala of Lake Weir. We may cite an I II Anywhere
i Y. ., I The shafts were splintered: and the
: to Virginia 'on, his, annual, summer va- to Jdrs. Julia Simmons Priest who instance :which: illustrates his.:late for 1 -
horse was released from the vehicle Call and See Them
.1" utryBlue"- ::Ribbon Lemon and cation. He will be absent for several survives him and afterwards made it. He owned, besides his beautiful.orange .. :V
h. and .ran madly down the street and >
: ;ence=ihd you -'will 'a ways'.de.i we ks. this his home and took great interestin grove several hundred, acres of :
V did not until he reached
: stop Marion -
ti ;; ;:Takes less flavors per its upbuilding. round pine timber near the lake and 1

.F.(....',: ,Hon.. W, K., Zewadskl' < and' family" As early as 1870 Mr..'Haisley made just before .his. death, was offered a i Farm stables.

,.-.,. will leave oh the 23d' -of 'this, "month, .' investments of real estate in Tampa handsome price for it., and he replied i The runaway 'created, a great deal I I

f 'li1.... z..;Priest", of 'Eureka, one"ofcounty' for theirfuture t' home: at Springfield. and predicted'that it 'would becomethe tnat money could not buy .1t. That' he i of excitement all congratulating and Mr.him Roess's on his friendsare narrow -i

.-. : (most'.Solid and 'ub- II1.V, ., most important city In'Florida, intended to, hold,it jntact. ,and to keep !. and miraculous escape from serious' -

!otBzeas was 'shaking 'handsble4cnla : and during the time of the yellow its beauty unmarred for the benefitand j jI .
We 'have reduced the prices on, all I injury
I ; friends' Tuesday. feyer:',visitation to that city .and the pleasure: of the people, living ,
: '. : stocl:: ; 'I'
: :: : summer dry goods. ,Inspect our
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'P\ other calamities that befell it, remained there. .. .
:. and get, our'prlces.; We;can safe. yor I, t. Mr.. A. 'B. Weaver* of Bartow was '
Pick, -formerly of Cornell unshaken in his predictions conj
The'Far; zt : in Ocala Monday, and stated to a representative -: '
"Wia-sow Vith'' tie Crosby, &; money.. _. -_ .,, I,, cerning it, and it was a great gratification Linen Shower' of this paper that a' business Fred GJ'B. Weihe., 11
.... lamer '* ? ,
mill t Mart1 1; was in "t \ to him to have lived long
Hon.....John B. Floyd. ; of Irvine and i the" most delightful social engagement made, it "necessaryfor Jeweler '\ '
k.} 'e' was visitor to the him to go 'by'private" conveyance
a "
St. was
Augustine the
affairs of the finch shower -
:Mr. Haisley had been in. bad health year

.-".{Jessie- .,Owens, ,. of" .Sparr, was city Mondays, ,greeting.. ,his, host ,of tor "seTeral years and hig -death at 'given Thursday afternoon at the from Reddick to Fleniingtoh, and said L. .J
lItU-m, ,Ocala TuesdayMiss Jes- friends. c here.' .,,,, fI'. .< ; any time : .was.. expected<. He was, hospitable home of Mr.and Mrs E. T. that _he does not hesitate Florida to say' that -. ; "
it-is the finest section of
: .EFlsrrge ,number--friends in ; : DeL Wednesday aft- Roux. This "shower" was given in
buried at Lewes ,
,''' .liclateatsys. ,glad to welBrumby : Mr.. Henry AshleyPa pleasant young i at 3 o'clock. honor of Miss Mamie White, of this nas ever come under observation, James Haralson Passes Successfully! ,
."' '* r gentleman pi'Jacksonville' has' accepted -: ernpon, .,: city, the bride-elect of Dr. W. G, .Mason and that if> this land'were in south -
'., :, Florida it would be cut Into ten-acre '
in ,
position 4hfs city with Haralson, who was appointed
a. We regret that Hon., Carlos L. Sis- ; of Tampa. In spite' of the -frequent
...1bnJ :has returned from Messrs. Lang/Swartjs & Co, as bookkeeper i .ttun has been. the. victim, of several showers without many of Miss lots and made to contribute largelyto as! a naval cadet at Annapolis by CoL .

..-a' ""' t'iilsit- ".to j "Miami** *?and ft- West successful robberies recently, which. Mamie's friends were delighted 'to the wealth and population of the Wiley has passed both his 'physical

is nffifcjostog the I state' and In the transactions that and meatal examination. making a
't "shower"her with
threatened for a while to deplete his meet and parcels.
5liltorafwe be Mrs.. M.' C, Looriey' and MasterGeorge wardrobe, but we ,are glad that our of various shapes and sizes. would follow many real estate agents most creditable mark ,and .Is now a

,.,,, ,: k','or" .tea' ..;'d vS"'!. .. came home Monday fromLake vigilant officials caught' up with the After being received by the hostess would become rich. He said that the full-gedged cadet, at this famous lust
Weir, where they spent several real, estate agents Jiere, who do not tutlon. -
thieves and succeeded in restoring to and guest of honor and served with
'rislt to tier dau ters Miss ing in their own light.t State Normal
.: Mrs. Carstens and Agnew- Mr. Sistrunk occupies a room at the into the back parlor, while Miss White College here where he
',enirs, GiimongjMrs.by --- made an enviable record. He Is
Ve a
McGrath house and for the past few was seated in the double doorway un- Mr. Smidt, a son. of Mr. Herman
.. accompanied. nerfgrand- Blue Vanilla, surpasses in splendid young man'and will reflect
Ribbon .
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';vr,',;; Layne. ,-" ..".. of weeks basbeen the only occupant of der a large bell.Mrs. Smidt of St. Louis who has been a I
brands ,
,',c\J::" ._ '1'.: .. "..- ,..:'. :;!.:.-.c...,, .:::I, deliciousness' all other the building. Four little negro boys H. B. Wordehoff played the subscriber to this paper for twenty- great .credit upon his home.Troy
:: t-:1 Vanilla Extract Absolutely pure I (Ala.) Messenger.This .
that the house was unoccupied wedding march'whUe -the gifts were
two is spending his vacation
rence! COAner'of Duhhellon, goes twice as far and gives deserts the fairhostess.. The years young boy is a nephew of Mrs;
r during the day made success- showered upon in Florida and is in Ocala
.. '" .. UcalaTUesday, gnhisv19ft the famous "Blue Ribbon Flavor." stoppingat R. A. Burford of this city and he is
': +to )1rQ.: .SSavage. ful raids upon it, but their career has packages were then opened and congtents the Carlton House. He is a. pleasant well known here. '

... 'i ':{* :r.,':' -f.- Dr. J. P. Parker who has been been quickly brought to an end and displayed, and the accompanying young gentleman and Is very I ,
..,. t'" -"y" '" -' %." the thieves are now in jaiL poems read. These poems were in- much with and I If"
.' >'. ----- -'"jafe- spending a few days on, the Ocklawaha young, pleased our city will -
'" r deed wonderful productions and were Mr. M. Rubin and his little son
Jt. tWner'of' river-and. In Ocala; returned, his spend several days here. l ;
.' Inverness, -county The Ocala Banner continues to re- the :source of much merriment. It is .. ...... Phil, are at Green Springs for 'a few
teitdeat' :;of publiQ' instruction. home in. ... Gainesville .'.Monday... after-. the quality and "
compliments on weeks. Mr. Rubin
:: .- ceive said that "poets are. born not made Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Leavengood and I been in poor
,, "Qtriieoilnt1. ;...;waS' 1 ere.o.](Tue.s:j Inool. ': .:;: variety of its reading matter. Its local but these were evidently forthis !health for some. time.past, and he
...: -'> ... ;" :. "; :.. .. ', made. daughter, Ollie,. left Tuesday for a
'; :1.' .,. ;;"' =", ..1- }faiaous;- White House-' ; ;}shoea1.- 5 <:4V..The :for and, society columns are the sub- special occasion. month's visit to their son, Mr. Arthur :went to. the springs in the hope thatit

BusterBTOwn'sIoes ject of special commendation. Its ed- JMiss White was the recipient of may prove beneficial to him;!
: a't herep' gas'g ladies .and :entlemenpang; the : M. Leavengood. and family at Palm

forgirls and boys cannote itorial and miscellaneous departments linen gifts both beautiful and useful II View,. Manatee county. ,
'the ')3ick.cCit Toes=
) on frequently .receive favorable notice assured of' the
and repeatedly
in the city ,
,; surpassed
:: from its exchanges A glance at its love .and good wishes that accompanied :
TheFair, forsti
"h .; quality. and price, Needham
'" feel'assured.. wall con-
columns we them. One of the cleverest and brightest
V 'l'M?v: iMcClymonds, : has .
:who Mr. 3," W, .Bushnell chief engines vince anyone that the pvperwiU After delicious cream and cake young lads.in the state Is Cricket ,

: & :'sererat weeks at Oj the Seaboard Air Line railway, was compare favorably with any news- served the party dispersed bear .fourteen I
L tstaiP.: { Tuesday of ...... were ewitU of Waldo. He.-is only '1
,:. !:: '." aft'aa w prominent: visitor .to. Ocala on Man paper printed V in any town no ing with them recollections of a.most years of age and edits and publisher -j Plumber

'r M .J day. Mr. Bnshnell, many years ago larger than"ours.' It' shall be our spe- pleasant afternoon.-Plant City Cour the Waldo News, which isa |TIje

:' '\MUler! ?., the A; C. '.L,I I resided "in this cityHe paid us a callw !; cial' effort ...to' hold the Banner up to ier. most creditable weekly paper. We tip] .

& returned bore TuesrylBttb ? >Ipn ay.. and we regret: exceedinglythat ; Us! pr sent stahdard making new features our hat to this youthful editor and i Ga.s '
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+ Ve missed seeing' him:;: j whenever it is possible to do so. Mr.: ,ThomasSexton,,'Who- has been' feel assured that as he grows older; ) .
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)l---t, .. ., I' -: on a prospecting tour-through a large he will. become one of theshining

.. ,"..,-.-ii.t'.... We handle the famous White !noue Dr. William A Lindsay has goneto portion of Mexico has returned home lights' of Florida journalism. .He- is I'I > ; ';_
;.or. Shoes for- ladies and gentlemen, Qd the mountains of North Carolina to the beau- .
: and is kept busy describing deserving of abundant success and '
e;1I anlu. 'Who"1ias spent -for girls aD.4 several months for the benefitof we "
V toe" Buster Brown sh,* : .,: spend ties and possibilities .of that almost HAS OPENED UR HIS'NEW'
trust that he will always ,get his just
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V ,.-.;' <, -s:','at:;);'eabreeie- with< toys The.se JiiejilcannQ. be-urpa ; : his:hea1th. Dr. Undsoy has not been undeveloped: country;: Mr. Sexton says deserts. "*- ,' i .

'"-fa er, acs: A., T* Martin for quality and: price. .Come in and well for ''seyeral- months. and it is that in the next ten years it will. be- SHOP ON. THE CORNER pF
*fort iesummer: arrived, that the change, will prove of I i; f ,t 'l. .
see them the Fair 't: hoped come the greatest miningcountry: on Mr. Jackson A. Due who left Ocala \ ..
:. ..... Zatternoon.. ". '. benefit to him. A
great this continent. Its principal, mines ten: years Ago' for the, Philippine Islands SPENCER BLOCK WITH ,
-=: ""(. . ". Mr. Eddie,B.-Richardson of Boston; .. ..... '
how are gold sUrer and, copper. He Is succeeding: wen In that coun
!'art! C.Bennett; ot Dunn t. Mass., arrived= jn' Ocala Sunday:tanj We hale:' reduced the prices en all who Is fortunate enoughto try. He is now private secretary toG9TernorGeneral' FULL LINE OF SANITARY
man .
:- '# ec1ty,:'/visiling; W' '.wife remained until Monday afternoons summer dry goods. Inspect our stock says find gold there Is a.millionaire the Henry C. Ide, of the 1

tr"at 'the' hone- of. Mrs when he wenVon; to Homos sSa; for a and ff t our prices. )V can
..parents, :}ir., "..and Mrs.> 'W.;. short. :visit 'to his parents,, Capt. andMrs money, The Pair..: JtMr. the official gazette which U printedat .' .z
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E. B,. Richardson* He:was, kept We handle the famous White.HouseShoes Manila.'by .authority of the Philippine ;GOODS. WHEN IN NEED OF .
.j'bhack; a* charming busy during hisjtajtln, Ocala greeting and Mrs. J. H. Spencer are the for ladies ard' *ntlemer* and commission. V ;

-- ":punneuon.retnrned''tofternoon. his,many old Mends,'having spent parents of,a sweet little.girl baby the the Buster Brown: shoes for girls and : .FIRST CLASS SANITARY,

; : &1 ; after his early :iboyhood here. His. friend- third daughter In the family:,The lit t.9YSThese.line cannot"be.surpassed : Lee Hong. the Chinese laundryman, CALL ON HIM. .

:t; iA Oca\ i''irItb. her. jere 'H dellgbted'towelcome him toV tIe lady was born early Monday morn- for quality and price. Come in and I nsa returned .from'a few. days visit to PLUMBING : ,

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,. ':.Rain continue to make ItS:/:daily :Laughter is the mysterious;:tide_ of Sixth, Annual Report' of the< Florida Some''Ocalaites Will Be Members of Last Saturday Cor./Ocala was Banner the anniversaryof : GOMTIHUf i:

s, sentiment that flows from soul to Audubon the Delegation.
; Society. Those who
.:,visits In our-; burg, thus interfering I .- the 86th birthday of Mr. James and strength are by Raining fj 21 I
regular :
: soul that ,cannot be expressed in
: :: 'considerably with the. work now' on The Florida delegation of Elks Shepheid Brinson, of this place and mentwlth w"3Scott's .;
Maltland Fla. 11., 1906.
i July
A words; it. ebbs and flows from heartto I it was duly celebrated by about fifty Emulsion .
:.hand.Fodder". I -- their families and. friends., who will
-- the Ocala Banner
; heart and breaks into pearls and I Special ; of his children, grandchildren and should continue the
trasfaMM .
; _, pulling Is the orderf theday attend the annual reunion. of the ,
.". I In reviewing our work of last year greatgrandchildren meeting In a family In hot weather; smaller SSS: "
foam troubled 'shores
: silvery .on the and a little cool milk
: with .
now The farm labor seemsio be Benevolent and. Protective Order of ft
t w. humblest we can state that we have made fur pichlcjeunlonV It was held 'in a do away with any ob1eoteir
of human life it the
,.;-- ,growing scarcer.as the time for harvest ; Elks ,at Denver, Colo. July 16 to 20, beautiful oak grove on the lakesideby which is attached to fatty p
;" :" :. .' ; '" '::.r: **' fl"jf; :..'. *". : home into a palace.lt,makes the pauper ther progress We have continued on ducts daring the heatH". ,
draws "nearer will Jacksonville Friday nightin J. P. Brinson's place., season.seadfoefrea
lines .
a king; Wherever its rapturous the same as heretofore, distributed "

2 .The river Is rising aa ,a result, of ,>billows roll"..we. are tossedtp and .fro a great deal of literature, special cars. }lr. Brinson s born in-Burke .-PHIS SCOTT Peart Street& ,New Y".}"

so much rain and it la believed that on the. sweetest. .waves, of.passion, that copies of' bird laws of our state etc., Much interest has. been manifested county, Ga., July 7, 1820, and Ms'cestors an S lrmiIUait?stc t
? "" the earliest settlers
the water wui be higher than it was were among ""
heave the human breast. Happier ishe and art trying to gain a larger circleof daring the past few days by the local
last season. 'If such be. the;'.case.some ."who 'tickles. .:the,ribs of-his-fellow people to take an Interest in the and came from Scotland. He
Elks, who anticipate a glorious time has been of strong physique
of citizens will have to build.boats a man
our man and charms laughter to. the lips preservation of birds so useful to humanity Titusville has only one '
: at Denver daring the convention. It Intellect and sturdy moral fin
or vigorous
leave their homes. of trouble or' dries'a tear on the especially to agriculturists, at the present time.
it believed that one of the largest delegations convictions. Even at his advancedage "
S S -Mrs. F. .,D.' \Sparkman, la suffering cheek of sorrow with the sunshine, and ,at the same time, so agreeableto z

with! :fever' this week/but we hope it a smile, than he who stabs his fellow the lovers of nature. ever to leave 'Jacksonville he takes frequent- ', walks of' several : The Bryan-Watferson Isf
wui, go on this trip. miles. .
will be:of short duration. man ribs'with :
between the the tongua The number of teachers who have tHe tallizing and
The Dixie Flyer route has,been designated has been' the father of eleven growing. f
iMrs. "R. D. Stokes Is visiting rela-
of, malice and bitterness and thuscrucifies been giving lessons in the public '_ ,
tires, 'in.the Ocala section, this week, laughter on the, lips'of Joy, schools-on the usefulness of birds- by the Elks as the official children forty-four grandchildren and Count Boni ?
; the latter of the route for the trip, and the movementwill fifty great-grandchildren. Those In attendance de Castelane Is
S and will return .part. or drowns' the sunshine of a smile has Increased considerably.We .
: '. week.. be made via the Atlantic CoastLine ..from other places were his busy_ has two duels on Ma b i:
S '
flood of
tears. have been In correspondencewith '
\ .? .Mr. Charles Cleaveland, of Ocala, A king once called his wise t" men a number of sheriffs of the various the Georgia Southern & Florida, daughter, _Mrs. Mattie McGeehee and Tom :Watsoa's t and Bob: Tim
r the Central of Georgia, the Nashville, two'd&Ughters from Punta Mr.
his been spending a short time amonfriends g .
_ and soothsayers around him and saidto counties-who act as game war magazines continue_ to grow'fi.j;
: ;
in Gaiterville. Chattanooga & St. Louis and the Lou and Mrs... H. B. Brinson and Mr. and
and relatives
them: "I of the reilnf I
am. king dens-and, by answers which we have lar favor.. ;:!!
isville & Nashville to St. Louis thence Mrs. J. C. Hall and children of Ox-
to .
his home
He will return Thursday have wealth ,and glo1'1to my ht'art'scontent received from them we know that
'. '", via the C.. & A. and U. returning ,
Come ''again ; I have' music to .charm my they are trying to exeucte the law; ford.Mr. r Colonel Lumpkin has already itf
Mr. Ed T. 'Rayburn of-Ocala; from Colorado, Springs to St. Louis Brinson settled in Marion county v
ears and flower gardens to charm: my we have sent copies of the game laws drawn from the race against TiCiyg
a welcomeTisltoria.GalteryUJe. ,'Satur eyes; I dwell in 'a palace I' sit on a to quite a number of them, who askedto via the D. & R. G.. and Missouri Pacific in 1843, near Orange Lake, ando in South Carolina. !
R. railway, and from St, Louis t afterwards moved to the Ocklawaha
; day. and Sunday. Mr. looks. as throne; armies march when I command receive them. ;
4 : .. ; ''though his.... work' did. 'not -agree with. ,' every wish Is gratified yet I We have also interested a number Jacksonville via the same route. section where he reared a large family The "undrawn" fowl has beeanibited '

him.Mr. am the most miserable man in the of. women's clubs in thestate, who This affords a daylight ride by ,. and he now resides with his several sale in Florida by the b

S Henry BroWD,*of.Ozel1a. was-ln world. I. cannot laugh; I .ant unbad are now using their influence to increase Lookout mountain 'and ;through the sons in the 'vicinity of Eureka. of health. ;j

; ,. ,Gaiterville' last we_'eki visiting of py." They held 'a lengthy counsel ate Lid the general Interest of the pub mountain regions of Tennessee, breakfast reachIng Notes. .., <

= friends. Mr.: Brown Is much changed finally appeared before the king and lic In our cause. A l1umber'of-auxilia' St. Louis Sunday where Professor Brinson of Rollins colleges rom Johnson. has ..accepted tba.i'

S .' since his school ,days In Gaiterville.MryJ. said: "Disguise yourself, 0 King, and ry committees has been started, and will be served. From St. Louithe recently purchased the Alex: Holly vitatlon to preside at the : .

..0. Tyler and family, and Miss go out among the people unknown we are desirous of Increasing their cars will pass through Missouri, : propery on the Ocklawaha at Eureka, Bryan reception In New York" 5-

c .' Ella Shiver, of Homos ssa, spent the to them; search for the happiest number, in order to get In closer touch and Monday morning through the. and his family is now comfortably _._..- -

holidays of last week with fdendand s in the realm make him western portion of Kansas, reaching located there. We don't believe .o
r man ; with all parts of the state; they would that Mr. Brja
relatives Gaiterville. give thee his shirt; put it on and b conjunction with us. Denver Monday at 11:35 a. m. Mrs. Brinson has been indisposedfor could sit on a stool for two years iai}

',' Notwithstanding the rain on the thou shalt be happy Tlw king tit en t : Still, we know that a great deal Three special Pullman cars have several days. look pretty if he tried. ;

S fourth, the barbecue and picnic was out disguised In quest of tne happiestman ought to be done, to awaken interest already been engaged for the Elks The launch Margaret, in commandof "

S t"well attended and all present had a In his realm and final!/ came upon ) amongst the general public in favor and more will be secured if necessary. Capt. Fred Priest, went to Silver Innocuous desuetude is stillIng how

very, enjoyable time, considering the a very tumble person who was of our endeavors. i It Is expected that several lodges of Springs and returned last week. .Cap> over Messrs. Depew and 4

f weather. laughing by the wayside: and enter Further efforts will be made to !i Elks will join the party at Atlanta. tain Priest was accompanied by his New York's United States senataa

: 'Miss Abbie Stokes enjoyed a pleasant him. Side trips have been arranged from brother, Charlton Priest who holds a '-3
S ed Into conversation with "Are t reach many more of the school teach *
(, day' Sunday She attended th thou'happy asked the king.. "I have ers all over the state, with the view I l Denver, which will be very Interesting responsible position as manager of Mr. Allan Rodgers, formerly otj||

."c': .r .wedding 'of Miss. Rosle Bridges and not a moment of trouble," answeredthe of Instructing the children in the usefulness to the visitors. one of the Wilson Cypress Company's s city continues to write interesting')j?

::i'l'' .'- Mr. Joseph Holt, of Dunnellon man.. "I am happy day and night; of birds, and creating love for i Frank: C. Boylston district passen camps. tides for the Jacksonville news

"; t. UNCLE JOE. life with me is one continuous roundof birds in the hearts of young peoples ; :ger agent of the Atlantic Coast Line The steamer William Howard of ?'''J:

",". f, .' Joy." The king drew back ht this requires the distribution of a I railway, and J. H! Rafftery division Grahamville is running on summer pers.The ''.A'''"<

i .-: GRINER FARM GRAINS. cloak and said "I of the I passenger agent of the GeorgiaSouthern schedule from Silver Springs to Pa- political waters, are gto
: :1. : : am king great deal of literature, charts etc., '-.,.
:"', realm give thy shirt. The & .Florida railway will ac latka, and renders an efficient freightand warm, and there will bedoing" "samet
.' me man to furnish' the material to the teach I
_ ';,:. ',-Griner- Farm and Ft. King touched smiled and opened his coat of rags ers, necessary for instruction, etc. company the party' to Denver and look passenger service. now until the fall electiaiu'a'
:< baskets at Silver Springs on the and said:' "I haven't got any." The We appeal to all friends of our after the comforts of those who at The straw put on the road from the 1908. -3:

HI : fourth. shirtless man went laughing on cause to become members of the FlorIda tend. stores to the landings is a public < $

: :'i 1 :. A most terrible tragedy occurred through the world while the mighty Audubon Society, and to recognize Lady visitors accompanying Elkswill benefit and there should be more of i fsplendid Mr. Calvert Smith is doing sest]

:": at Oak; ;'early on the morning of the king went sighing back to his throne. the necessity of getting the funds be received and entertained by BRINSON. cartoon work for the 15a 1&
I the ladies retention committee. composed Union. He is about as good as ,tiers'CoL
.: : .. fourth, when the northbound freight -Bob Taylor's Magazine. which are needed to 'prosecute the -
,passed over the body of Mr. Clifton.fc work. of thirty 'members of Denver I What :Mr. Bryan said in London of i s. 7f

: leaving (mangled and strewn along To Get Rid of the ,Fly If all members of the society will lodge No. 17, and 120 prominent ladiesof the reception to be tendered him on -----
S = thee: track, an arm being carried to :- use their personal influence, a great Colorado. his return to America and the in T. J. L. 'Brown of Tategoing
S La Matin of Paris has offered a prizi The entire quarters of Denver dorsement to soon inaugurate as. aces
; Waldo.. The deceased, was sawyer for deal will be gained. of his candidacy for president
S, S the M Dowel Crate and Lumber Com for the best method of setting rid of lodge, embracing the large and iand- in 1903 will increase the high campaign In behalf of Tampa's Yrt-

S- S S pany.. house flies The offer has drawn forthan KENDRICK NOTES. some lodge room with all club rooms, respect which his countrymen have ama exposition. o

_ The sincere sympathy of the com essay entitled "Delanda Musca," parlors, committee and ante-rooms, for him.. He appreciates the honor of .3

munity! is extended to the bereaved which professes to give a method by i Correspondence Ocala Banner decorated especially for the occasion being hailed as the nominee of his Two Seaboard freight train* 'e4

...:. : daughters and little son who will which the pest may be destiovel. The I Kendrick has had no correspondent will be given over to the use 'of the party, but will not consider the dec- laded at Lake City on the lOtXt

S S S soon make their homes with relai res. remedy Is not sought in fly papeor I to the Ocala Banner for a number of lady visitors, who, are expected to larations made two years before the a brakeman and injuring two o&sfj s ""

$ ... : We regret,, to lose them from our fly traps of any kind. The breeding years. So we think it is quite time make them their headquarters duringthe convention as binding; upon the party of the crew. '-!"' ,

_' :. '. midst but our. best, wishes go with places of the Insect, must be s aght to let the outside world know it still week of the reunion. and will feel free to say what he
out and the devils dealt with there. The following special entertain- thinks The British tailor who was tom'
them. lives and is flourishing along busi- ought to be said and do what
:r '." The young men of Griner Farm The writer of the. essay tried a' mixture nes lines. ments will be free to'all visiting Elks he thinks ought to be done.-St. Augustine ,ed to. design a uniform for the Da ;

and, Oak have organized a baseball I of soda and chloride of zinc 'us- The people of our town celebratedthe and their ladies who are registered': Record. States army, says the American sell .

_ e team and are practicing in front of ing eleven pounds to thif'y-flve cubic Fourth with.a very delightful bar- On Monday, July 16, the great wild v dier is the finest looking in the w3fl

the ,postofflce.School feet of' materiaL This was found cffectlve becue at Mr. J., B. Webb's' farm, for- west show and bronco busting con There are just a few who have permitted
,ri. '/' opened /Monday-morning( ,. but ,not ,for place where the merly known as the -Co!. Leitner tests. Every noted bronco buster inthe their subscriptions to lag be- A negro at North Adams Maa, ij
solution United States will in .this hind..Don't do it. You will die of turning white, and it is now said t&l
with Miss Murray, of Georgia, as poisous could drain away place. It has been :long known 'as the; : ;show, one
teacher. Petroleum t.th "rate'of about quart place for a good time 'and 'surely no compete for'the Elks' championship these fine, days; and'y ur.' family Rill North Adams' is expecting' a lie It

,",' ::'Mrs,, Murphy and children are .vis to every eleven square feet of surfacewas crowd had a more pleasant time thanon of the United States. This show 'will want a column obituary published in crease 'of tits,:colored opuladoa.. 1

L. 4 .'.; ',': hang in South. Carolina. also tried, but the effect ,was not that long to be remembered day. continue on Tuesday, Wednesday and the Banner, of course, and then your

ry \ S ;' S !1r, lawrence Hallsell passed to be sufficiently lasting. Coal tar Mr. W. V. Chapel Is visiting relatives Thursday but an admission will be daughter is soon to be married and The newspapers report that a wa

;' .. ;. through our .streets Sunday. was found to give better results. Raw in South Carolina for the past charged on those days. you will expect uS to give her an Alice man waS frightened to death If 3

? is .: ';. .Mr, and Mrs. Will Scarborough are petroleum or raw schiet oil-the residue few days. Monday night-Grand Lodge opening Roosevelt write-up, and all free. It always clawing cat in St. Louis, and a link

; rejoicing over the' advent of their i, in distillation-was found to Miss Cora Turnipseed and sister, session at the Tabor opera house. pays to be prompt'In paying child was killed in Iowa by aJay. Ja11 i-

: 10_ S':' sixth son The little one tipped the' give the best results. About two Mrs. Annie Aiken and two children -Tuesday, July 17 Special perform your subscription too-.the local paper. .

: scales at twelve pounds., quarts of this mixed with water was came out from Ocala to visit relatives s I ance at Elitch's gardens; afternoon -

_ R TAWNY MANE. used for every twelve square feet of and attend the barbecue. and evening. Bring the news to this office. We

surface, This forms a stratum of oil Mrs. James Carrington was shopping Wednesday, July 18.-Special per are always glad to haveour subscribers

.. Reflections of a Bachelor. in the drain or over the surface of the in Ocala Wednesday. ; formance at Manhattan Beach, after send or bring us items of news.

f '. solid which effectually prevents the Now is the time for a good timed noon and evening. If each one of our large list of read- Terry's seeds yen are ban bat ban benoM(pntiktiw Uwccottftil

_ A- girl learns to swim very soon un development of the egg 'or grub. fruit ripening and plenty of shade Thursday night, July 19.-Fireworks ers would give us one item each week t npert 4 T upomt can ia btlf muJbuj* tentnrrof um}

; less there is a man around to help. this protective coat of oil it Is fur- trees around as well as plenty of fry at City park. More money will what a grand local paper we could npenortotllothiat W in (peaaliau ia proniaj

J S. ,. hold her up from sinking. then pointed out. faciliates the development Ing size chickens. be expended on this display than has have. Send in' anything but politics some ivai and
: If a man could be useful around a of anaerobic bacteria The foundation of the new churchIs ever before. been expended at any and we shall be thankful. .M.FERRI d CQ..

house, and still know how to support which liquefy the solids and so yen ( laid much to the pleasure of the Grand Lodge reunion. Detr.it.fERRY'5.

r' S5-.;, 'his family It ,would be a good thing. ., dry them unfit for breeding places.- members and others of this place.. During the session the Caledonian Roosevelt Beveridge. V cb.
.... This is the that :
pen signed the bill
_ Women stop in the street and speak N, 1. Times Miss .Nannie Luffman, of Griner association will hold an internationalmeet ;
that cleaned the pen that held the hog,
to every baby they meet so as to keep Farm, is visiting Miss Julia Webb and the most renowned Scotch
will moved the pen that made the report
Y. ( ,in practice on. that queer kind of Ian.guage. A Prosperous Year during the absence of the latter's athletes be present* and special that the world
k mother and father, Elks prizes will be offered. i
That this te to be. one of the most Journal.
> .., When. boy is willing to get up In the of Mrs. E. C. McLeod has just purchased During the reunion week a band asNo

early its because there Is some work prosperous years history a fine piano. This is the eight .of Indians will be encamped at theCity ,
this state and In fact the whole so ith.
3 for him to do and he wants to skip Is piano that has been brought into our :I park In their original state.
strikingly at this
apparent Just
I The grand parade will start at 2
out to dodge it. little village in less than a year _
time. The first six mouths of the I
4 The same man that pretends he Mr. C. I. Grace has returned from a. m. Thursday July 19.
present have the most favorable
year fein
likes to row a girl tor' three hours in Archer where he has been transact After Thursday all the railroads OperationArs.
growth and development In
f : r'- a hot sun when, they are engaged will line of trade and the'success ing business. CUES?. have arranged special excursions for
every .
: 1. be found ling'1ri a shady hammock Elks to the various points of interestIn
0 of the truck farmers In all parts'of --
i., after .they are married while she is A subscriber once received a dun the state.-Times-Union.
the state where this IndustryIs :
getting him 'something to eat in a carried on has been greater than through the postofflce, and It made Malinda Akers, /of Basham, Va,, writes:

fc a ,4 broiling kitchen.-N. Y. Press. ever before In Florida's history. The him mad. He went to see the editor Why is it, a careless seven-year "I had what doctors call 'prolapse,1 and couldn't
about it, and the editor showed him a old kid can drop a half-burned match
'" weather has been favorable for the straight I had pain in back and
: Next to the of in an alley'and all my
wife beater comes the few duns his own-one for paper, burn up, the barnsin
_ '' ; ,/ -' horse, beater and it U ,to be regretted farmer and the, crops In nearly every one for type one for groceries and a block while ,an able-bodied. man shoulders, and was very irregular and profuse.
1': ,! we have, one or two in this communi case hive been large._ Not Ii ,a number several others. "Now," said the editor nasto, use up a whole box of matches Doctors said an operation was needed but I

:: x.ty.: .A horse is the most noble and well of for years Florida have vegetables prices held as up they as "I didn't get mad when these came to get a wood fire started in a heater couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After tak-

'. i: :. faithful of animals and the man who have this year and since this state because I knew that all I had, to dow that has draft enough to draw all the ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui I could walk!
would abuse his horse has something s to ask several reliable gentlemen furniture up'the stove pipe
,; :. lacking' in his baa. had a large crop, there has beena around. Can now'do my housework and am in
manhood like you to come and help me out
great deal of money brought here splendid health.
and then I. could settle all of them." Hoke Smith has again "overwhelmed" ,
John and distributed in various
'" c ; Sharp Williams is the avenues
( ,, evM When the subscriber saw It was he Clark Howell and Clark ,Howellat Cardui is a medicinal
pure vegetable
k S. ** ** .vvv fh "safe and san ." of trade. essence,
relented- paid up and.renewed for another the same time and the,same place
d < i He says that,Bryan will be no.mlnated For the six months ahead of us the year. has "overwhelmed Hoke Smith. That especially adapted to cure women's diseases.. It

'1 ti .. oh the; Arst.,ba11Qt and will be elected indications are bright. There Is Georgia primary: is killing the relieves excessive periodical pains, regulates

= 4 ; \- f "-';-We ,now. want to hear from'Senator promise-of good crops for the general New Democrats are booming of the .primary, popularity irregularities, and is a
-:': : Daniel farmer and there is nothing to Indicate Charles A. Towne for second lace on .. safe pleasant and
remis ADVICE 1
that there is to be
a lull in the
the ticket with
; .:: The HUlsboro county poor, house prosperity of the state. Bryan and are telling Lyman J. Gage, rich Chicago banker liable remedy for all Write us a letter desotbtar an
that he would be
= '. acceptable to the and ex- ecretary of the foot symptoms,and we will -l you
15 has an orange, grove. ? of l, M trees What Is true of Florida is true of Nebraskan. But the" south wants and has cast his lot with the : treasury sick women. In suc At4ressvLa4jes'AdvtsoryDepasUaee4diaacA.cn.
from which mysterious
; 800 boxes'were pickedlastseason every 'section of the 'cessful
>, -:1. ,south and there must have Watterson. Theosophical Brotherhood use for over 70 .
*: making It' almost self- Is. no reason to believe that there .- .- of southern !lOOp.T eJllI.
,' : e California, and will years. Try it.
there ,
:;: : eupporting. will be. go to live
any' adverse change -
.Rojestvensky has been set free
: according their
:;: :\ L customs saYS'a dis-
... the year-Industrial
;f- ..::. ,. -," Kow. < 'it-behooves ,Bryan to put more Record.. the. Russian court-martial, but four' of patch,to the ChicagoRecord-herald. At Every.Drag Store in $l.OO :Bottles.

.-I.';:', '," "snap. life,:vigor and: sparkle";into: the The United, States consumed 'twopthirds. the be:shot naval officers] were condemned; .to I ...

..;,. columns. of., the', Commoner. .; It ought"" t .- ; Honors are even in Atlanta The
.'" < ",.. -, .. :!!'_ ..,, of .enormous asbestos! _, .1.1I Constitution WINE
:":: ,. '. t.ha Nd'" .'tmr1if- t. ii't 13r"&.a output, last 1ear.'the t importation It 'Is-the south's time f has "jtrinmpantly electedUark n,
-"' : I or the vice-
.mont. I and the Journal Hoke
J : ;-:< being; .in value $S48,479. ,presidency. .. ; CARDUI
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";J: VOL., 41,- ,.NO. '4. OCATiA, FLORIDA, ,FRIDAY, JULY 131906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAn '

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KINGS. ABOUT- TOWN. TALLULAH FALLS. His creation. Waugh-HIM. The Count de Equlvilley, of Oxford, 0<" '. --. _-_ 0'. _' .

.."...'..-J.-.1': raphlc.'Descrlption Reclining, on. a. broad. flat stone, was a distinguished visitor to Ocala -
". of their ,Grandeurand Mr.. and Mrs. James R. Hill, of For- on Friday. Harping On
thaielt"pound. cake go to H. Beauty-Most. Delightful Re with "Ocftana".at vuf feet, h '. \mI in

IS'.'bakery. Dunnellon, Fla.... sort In the South-Excellent, from tbe outer \vorll by two giant syth Ga., have announced the engage- Two String
.WANTED,--Apprentices to learn
: of their
ment .daughter. Pansy, to Mr.
4Ct- Hotels.Special ; walls, where ,not a ray of sunshine the making of cigars.. El Troplco 'Cigar
1?,.Schneider came up' Satur Burnette H. Waugh of Atlanta, their
'- penetrated, even at the unromantic Factory, Ocala, Fla. 2t wtl
;ft m< !Woodmar to spend Sunday to the Ocala Banner- hour of four in the afternoon, we silently marriage to take place at the homeof .. Quality! Quantity!!

"hia:'V i f mny. s Tallulah. Falls, July 6, 1906. drank in the beauty of this the bride's parents on the after Mrs. B. H. Hogan, of Lake City, is

1.1 {; : Nature wore her loveliest robe and scene. Not a sound was heard but the noon of July the twentyfifth.Mr. the guest of her brother, Mr. Wv T. ATe southerners must have'grits"
..qf our White House shoes
pal stake your feet elad. New low was bedecked in her sweetest smile ceasless anthem of the water and each Waugh is a son of Prof. C. V; Strohman, and his brother. But don't use the ordinary kind,

styles just In; for men and mind impressed by the solitary .
ri. the mag- ask for "Hadiuts.
morning I left for Tallulah. The pure grits
''1'b& .Fa.ir. .x Waugh, who was formerly one of the .
nlficance of nature, was busy with
Rev, Father Botolascio
came home
'. =*! nearer I approached the aiore and ind get the best.
;' t. Instructors in the Florida State cols
; thoughts all its own. Above us Seated
Friday afternoon from
Marguerite Spellman returned more rugged grew the scenery pith a short visit to

S 5S .Saturday from a pleasant Visit every mile. Occasional glimpses of fleecy, motionless clouds: with the lege at Lake City, and is a splendid- friends at Orange Lake.

:Lie:,w Ir. "The Three Kings,:' those Sierra-like eep biu yalt as a background, the young man. We are agents for the'celebrated

/, S'T'- points of the.,Blue Ridge, amid the towering mass of granite the fragrant He Is well known in this city haying ,.WANTED. Neat girl. for. banding "Clover Hiir Butter, the best

: nod.... ||lrs.'J Bawls,, prom- dark foliage to the .left, awakened In air,.all united in one harmonious been here a 'number of times be- cigars. .Apply at El Troplco Cigar money can buy. '
'of:Crystal River, spent spirit of deration. Heaven seemed Ocala; Fla.
Yesidents me grandly thoughts. Hygeia, the fore he moved'to,Atlanta to make that Factory, d2t wit

aitliy'in Qcala. birthplace of health seemed to bless nearer than ever Ixtfore. Wf: would city his home. Have a new shipment of Heinz

mF--& il ..-- the atmosphere one breathes; bring- not accept .crown. of n.bes for the Mr. G. Juhon, of Paris France, is

:::l"Mr: Otto Mente, after :a short visit ing a bouyancy and elasticity of' spirit soul's emotion in this weird chasm Mrs. H. T. Spooner and her son Dr. among the guests registered at the sweet gerkin pickles In bulk also ,

",.t Ocai{and in south Florida, re- far more to be valued than fine gold, so different from uything we have H. G. 'Spooner, arrived in Ocala Fri Ocala House. Heinz stuffed mangoes.

to his home at Jacksonville for one cannot fall to find, something ever seen bA'.Descending to a lower day afternoon from Boston, Mass., and ---

:J etwday. I comforting for all griefs and .the 'cure point we sw.i.-?I l to uenoU a veil are stopping at the Ocala House. Mrs. Professor Borden, of Oxford spent Phone 174 and see how promptly

:!.. \ :for all Ills in upper Georgia. of snowy whiteness, breaking into Spooner is the widow and.Dr. Spoonerthe Friday In Ocala the guest of his son, hey answer.
S lira;:: H. B. Hall and daughter Opal, Here are hills and valleys elevated spray, yet leading "still waters anq son, of the late Henry T. Spooner, Mr Ben Borden.

1A:bcaia .Saturday on tbelrwaycennor : more than two thousand feet above green pastures." Glancing upward we who died at his winter home on Lake --- 0 K. GROCERYMr
.- "." 'fo;visit !Mrs. Hall's parents the level of your seacoast. noticed the different formations in Weir last Monday night. The remainsof Mrs. Edwin P. Pittman is on a visitto .

"..7-nd'Mrs L. M, Graham.jfcW More than ever your correspondent the towering rock, standing in giant Mr. Spooner are now in the under- her sister at Tampa. She will be ..'
-" "' relief, against the blue sky. Bright taking of Messrs. away for several weeks longer.
: 'i _:--- -5-. appreciated his own native land and parlors Mciver & i -

_. .D. 'Cam; has returned, home from the depths of his heart came the shades of vermillion, which is supposed MacKay and will be taken back to Theo. Whitehead, one of. our

'f#}_short'-visit. to ;Gainesville,hav- refrain-, to be sex qu1oxide of iron, alternatingwith Lake Weir Monday afternoon and will old FOR, with SALE-Brood young colt,. or mare will, four trade years for valued' subscribers from Kendrick, .

':$ gone there" to visit the state nor- yellow:, brown and immense lay be buried in his orange grove beside good buggy horse. Apply to L. B. was in to see us Saturday, and re-

t la'that'clty.Mlssilola.Llddon' "Land' of the south the fairest land ers of dark flint, which present a most the graves of his mother and father. I McKenzie, at Ocala Furniture Co. marked that he woum be lost withoutthe
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,"" Beneath Columbia's ''sky gorgeous picture. Rev. G. HT Harrison, rector of Grace of- Ocala Banner and continued It for
ce"/' .. ,.... after spending a Proudly her hills freedom stand Ascending, by: a different pathwaywe Episcopal church of this city, will Mr. E. A. Poily, Polly's Mills, another year.Comrade .

,jpr'.dari In Ocala, with herparents, 'Her plains In beauty lie.. passed through the "Needle's Eye," conduct the funeral services. near Belleview, was a visitor to the
t. )ir::and'Mrs.A.. Liddon, returned Her spreading fields, her traversed by "Bruin's Cave," then down and county site on Friday.
C C. Priest of
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: Wauchnla Saturday afternoon. streams down steeps to a fearful rock Best Medicine in the World for Colic waS
the civil
a veteran of a
't Mr. Wf Z. Wellhorner, who lives war.
%\ and Diarrhoea."I .
"Old Hurricane" Tl.is is
'' Their.nnllal. wealth renew, across the Ocklawaha! river, was in pleasant caller to our sanctum Saturday *

;.'..;.ldriDL.LWashburn... .:.;- of Belleview, Land of the south! In brightest dreamsNo what Nevada Falls is to the Yosemite find Chamberlain's- Colic Cholera Ocala Friday on business.Mr. morning and renewed his subscription -

,-it;< Saturday- in ,Ocala\ with her dearer spot we view." Valley. ,Not a drop of1 the rushing, and Diahrroea Remedy to be the to "Marion's favorite paper?.

,-: ;hterJdlss.Emma: Washbura, who roaring torrent but what is white, best remedy in the world" says Mrs.C. Alfred Proctor, one of the pioneers for another year. He is In good health '

"4one.t" J"of- 'the' capable and efficient At the side of your correspondentsat leaping, furiously along as if determined L. Carter, of Skirum, Ala. "I am of Pedro and Levon was shop- and fine spirits and made a splendld-

:of. ,the Marion. county.hospital. a ,$weet, rosy cheeked girl with a -to carry out its purpose not subject springs to it seemed colic and as diahrroea.though I would Last ping in Ocala Friday and renewing his crop the past season.

,k1k r basket of beautiful flowers, which. on withstanding the many obstructionsIn acquaintance with old friends.
die and I think I would if I hadn'ttaken
J.M.. : 'of.Gaines-
Dell; .
'k" '" ; ; this occasion proved to be the, "open Its way Its grandeur is indescri Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera .. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Cam returned

; ',_i ;after a brief.VIsit; In Ocala' with sesame" to a most pleasant conversa- bable. Every Floridian, who leaves and Diahrroea Remedy. I haven't FOR SALE CHEAP-One thousandlive home Friday afternoon from St. Augustine
MrL>;Dell's: :parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. i been troubled with It since until this
her home for
his or a summer trip, oak fence aleo two f -
tion, unlocking with a magical sweetness posts; 'ou;- where they spent their honey
lkdon returned home Saturday week, when I had a very* severe attack
..,' ...... "L" -,f .. -.' the door of formallty.It is -ald should not fail to behold this sublime anti red bay 'cherry and cedar boards.B. moon. For the present they are stopping z
fl"' and took half a bottle of the
_i.\. RubyWaltes that kind words like kind deeds are panorama. twenty-five cent size Chamberlain'sColic H. Seymour, Ct' Ia. Fla. 7-1412t at the Carlton House. Mr. and
:.:.JI : ; after'spending'adaytIn
never lost Jiutfloat above us in etherel Here twilight found us, keeping as Cholera and Diahrroea Remedy) Mrs.. Cam were married last Sunday

'= 'Ocala. 'with her sister, space, wafted by the breath of angels, it were a hallowed tryst and communion and this morning I feel like a newman Mrs. George Close and children afternoon at the bride's home at Mars

," rAT- 'D.- Bryan,. returned ;to. her hither and thither, until they finally with nature in its primeval grandeur ." For sale by all druggists m have returned home from a visit to teL Mrs. Cam was Miss Julia Cultlll

". ;fat, GropePark .Saturday. find a resting place near the "Great and fain would I have lingeredfor Mrs. Close's parents Rev. and Mrs. before her marriage 'and she will be
Mr. Timberlake in Charge of the
', White Throne." hours but-the shades of approachIng I Harmon Martin, at Fort McCoy. cordially welcomed to Ocala by her t

':' ;DtandDirs.; Frank A. Teague and At Tallulah we met a distinguished night warned me to return. Lodge at Talullah Falls. husband's friends.Mr. .

'ivo: chi rep:, Louise and Frank, came judge, who was there to test Its Mountain Springs, as clear as Cas- J. C. S. Timberlake- known throughout In these days of adulterated foodsIt

'b eSeturdaymorningfrom. : Crystal bracing atmosphere as a combative talla's fount, refreshed my inward the country as a hotel man, whose Is well to know the pure kinds. L. N. Milan, of Bartow, president

y1lier'':where'' they- spent. a couple ofqtyMr against hay fever, 'a most prosecutingfoe. senses on my homeward way. home was formerly in Georgia, but Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Extracts of the Florida Mutual Life Assurance -

;.' eague having business to It Is said that many have been I plucked along ,the pathway some who for the past several years has are made from the natural society, who had been in .
met: at ,that place. of the most beautiful ferns I fruits and Ocala for several days on business for
ever saw. are absolutely
... "J cured of this disease by a short stay been living in the west, was In Atlanta pure.
,",'" : The Japan lily, cultivated by the horticulturists his company, returned home Friday.
here. He welcome
.- Tr" '. recently. was given a royal
':" ; J.." .Hlers' as a rare flower, blooms at Mrs. Agnes Williams and her daughter Mr R. W Ervin, who was census
:'..., .Xr of Fort Myers, whonow After reaching the Grand Chasm, a by his old friends
.. in its native loveliness the Miss Lou Elole Williams, have enumerator for this city'and a prominent
,"......... ," 'traveling, in, south, Florida for'vast rent in the hills, through which Tallulah Mr. Timberlake has leased the
to Oakvale to visit relatives for
.&, :coy came to Ocala Saturday.madly: sweeps the Tugaloo river. After pink spots on the pure white petals, "Lodge" at Tallulah Falls and openedIt gone educator of this county is now '

7 4 i.i speAd Sunday with his: wife and beholding% It I could no longer wonder reminding me of crimson flushes on In June. He is making the hotel one several weeks. general state, agent for this company.

a ? sea a the..home of Mra Hiers'' moth- that the Indians named this place an ivory brow.I of the most ideal summer resorts in Miss Alice Carlisle has to Mr. P. Jumeau, of Moral City, who

!,:':; .8.. S., Waterman.* "Tallulah," which means "the terrible had a fine view of "Tempesta" and"Lodore" the country. gone
recently went with his family to Paris,
Montgomery, Ala., to spend the sum
'i.ot'L. -"H,,,, ," In a' few moments more I was at from a distance. As I approached The return of Mr. Timberlake into France has returned to the United
mer will probably
Jj.Kr;,A1bert Anson 'Graham, who Is the beautiful hotel the "Lodge" managed a distant wreath of mist encircled the hostelry realm of Georgia gives
remain until Christmas.. States, and was In Ocala Friday. He
'i Iaotr t rusticatinS at the 'home of his the brow of fair "Tampesta' away '
by that most affable, magneticand Satisfaction to all the people who are had a very pleasant visit across the
: jests, Mrs and lttrs. L.I M. .Graham like a halo adding a new charm to her .
'; captivating gentleman, Col.. J. C. acquainted with his marked abilly In Miss Annie Atkinson, Lagrange and water, but says that the weather In
&t Connor.0s to sus on- Saturday a S. Timberlake, almost as well known loveliness:
this Virginia Sistrunk Miss Emma Nelson New York City was intolerably hot.

ip-w et w e.peaches. We return ourjSwtythanksto In Florida as he Is In Georgia, and Before he went west Mr Timbers and Ruth Nelson, are spending a few His family will remain in France for

| ; .Mr, Graham for his who is an Ideal host. The roomsof Lo! like an arch by angels tended, lake operated, some of the most noted days at Wekiwa Springs. several months.

"', ;'\..,Needld'trea" ', ;' this hotel are luxuriously furnishedand For triumph high in spirit land, summer resort hotels in the country. ,I.
:: (; :
... ',. ._, Knwreathed with colors all hued
;;: 'i. "Wgllam the fare Is s sumptuous. The guestsare -Atlanta Georgian.Mr. Mrs. Robert Taylor and children Take the Postmaster's Word for It.
Knoblock of the ,
one \
#' kept cool on water Ices,-sherberts, and blended, Timberlake visited Ocala a number went down to Eustis Friday" afternoon Mr. M. F. Hamilton, postmaster at
: : of Martin, :was vis- rainbow o'er the waters scanned! also stockof
t The lad
:i:- } Ice cream and frozen peaches.As of years ago, and he hopes to havea to spend a couple of weeks visiting Cherryvale, keeps a
ja Saturday. Mr. Knobzexpect general merchandise and patent
: my time was limited I denied large number of Florida people with Mrs. Taylor's parents. "Chamberlain'sColic
medicines. He :
.... ,. .to go soon tQ the moun- myself the pleasure of an afternoon Surely not In sunny Italy, the dark him this season. Cholera and says Diarrhoeae Remedy.Is .
y _.. ." North. Carolina. to spend theo siesta and sallied forth at once with valley of the Vancluse or the sweet Miss Louise Scott and Miss Alice standard here in its line. It ,
f + iv ''His I a
: friends In the county one of the Lodge's fair guests as a vale of Chammonl, can there be A Tragic Finish. Bullock went down to Wekiwa Springs never falls to give staisfaction and

>.that:his_ trip will be greatly be.n- guide, who was a veritable mountain found pictures more impressive than Friday afternoon to spend a few daysat we could hardly afford to be withoutit.

}. him. "Orlade." Armed with long walking these about Tallulah. A watchman's neglect permitted a that popular resort. ." For sale by all ruggists. m .
.<' 17.ly- leak In the Great North Sea Dyke;
.:. I Tr-- canes we presented quite an alpine 0, that I possessed the magic penof of was
jtu1ia: Mayo, who is among the which a child'a finger could have stop- Miss Cora Griffin Anthony
marched forth to Mrs. Hemans that I might thrill break devastating Mr and ,Mrs., Frank Huber are now
people summering at Lakeup" appearance as we ped, to become a ruinous I in Ocala Friday. Miss Griffin has been
!i came (to Ocala on the noon behold the wonders of Tallulah. In lieu other hearts as mine was thrilled by an entire province of Hol at Hendersonvllle, N. C. where they one of the teachers in the Ocala pub-

of the "Golden Fleece," the first sight the sublime things I beheld. land. In like'manner Kenneth Mc- will spend some time for the benefit and
: :saturday, returning in the:after lic school for,the past two terms, ,
: that attracted our attention was the Never while life lasts shall 1 forget lver of Vanceboro, Me., permitted a of Mr. Huber's health. '
; of universal regret
: Her brother. Mr. Dempsey3sreccompaned little cold to go unnoticed until a it is a matter very
'; : : her to the lake to golden rod that here brightens the the holy impression of reverence tragic finish was only averted by Dr.King's Mr. C H. Sellards,' one-of the professors that she will not teach here the corning
:,t mountain side in every direction. The adoration and awe c i'ised by the most He writes Miss Griffin has re .
Md:Sunday; New Discovery. In the University of Florida at term. But
7:$ tf first route, which led us over and under wonderful of Georgia's natural scenery "Three doctors gave me up to die Lake City was one of the prominent ceived a very flattering offer to teachin

.. Immense rocks, suggested to me "Tallulah the Terrible." of lung inflammation, caused by a the Lakeland public school and has w
Jfr-Rlchard Hall and children have arrivals In Ocala Friday,
scripture.. Some times M. neglected cold; but Dr. King's New
: passages.of the position. She will be
: accepted
.. 3' Dowling Springs, near Live \ Discovery saved my life," Guaranteedbest -
small shrub was'our only protection -
.vtO: speed several weeks. They a A 'Hard Lot cough and cold cure at Tydings Miss Lillian Farris left today for very much missed here. t >

..) e4'go; > to Saluda N C., to spend from the yawning abyss below. of troubles to contend with spring &Company's drug store. 50 cents and Miami where she will teach a summer
': Numerous rustic seats and bridges from'a torpid liver and blockaded J1.90. Trial bottle free. m
: of the summer Before going I school. Miss Farris also expectsto
serve as helps along the different bowels unless you awaken them to
; Saluda;they will be joined by Mrs. routes. their proper action with Dr. King's Messrs. F. C. Cramer and McK. teach in Dade county next winter.

'M'f I' >l5ter,.'. Miss. Mattle'' Williams.' Our rustic pathway: led to broad. New Life Pills: the pleasantest and Hooker..of Jacksonville, were in Ocala a =
;j'- most effective cure for constipation.They Friday inspecting the Marion block, Miss Marie Thagard, a very charming LLLII.1
Jr.fJoha/Sulllvan. : has ;returned to flagstone over which flowed "Oceana, prevent appendicitis and tone I
'. to make many young lady of Jasper who has .
N. C... after spending a fewn'O4ala the lowest of the falls. No imagination up the system, 25 cents at Tydings on which they expect Lillian "
of her
been the cousin.
Holder guest
& Company's drug store. m decided Improvements for Mr. QUALITY-
l# conceive of the picturesquenessand
with his uncle and can
"" Tragard, for the past ten days,
block.We un- ,
the new owner of the IS what: we aim to give you
.:A-Mrs. G. T Maughs Mr, Sul.Jl grandeur of this spot. On ourright "Mr. William H. Carlton, of Jacksonville
down the returned to her home Friday.. of
'f derstand that they will tear Whether you buy one
:very, much delighted with is a wild mountain, bending as of
captain a tugboat on the and, leaving suites of Parlor
wall of the building
..,!11e"find says the weather there if waiting for some invisible force to w I St< Johns river, was visiting his parents west light, will put In a Mr. Robert Sinc lair, who has been Furniture or.a Dollar Rug.

_.;.l extremely delightful. hurl it into great depths below in this city, Saturday and made room for more in pipes for absent from Ocala for some months at .QUALITY-

-, _' ,+,'xand and on our left is a perplndiculai us' a very pleasant ,call. -He was returning steam elevator and put in this block Panama, and more recently at Miami, IS our wacthwood wfaen we
,- Mrs,; A. L,. izlar and son, 1 height of solid rock crowned by home from Connor, where he steam heat. The and when is in the city on a visit to his mother, buy goods, lor we know" that K
v. fitted
y,WiW,Clyatt. Mrs. W, J. Cham- "t 6lnt Inspiration" an altar of nature, had"been on a visit t'o his wife anti will be handsomely up handsomestand Mrs. William Sinclair. not only desired but demandedof

__- .'end children and Mrs. G, W, Mar- where the. ,"Great Eternal" proclaimsthe infant son, Dillon Allen Carlton, who completed it will be the building in the us by our customers.

dchildren :wfll spend the next_ I Word of Life to all who have ears was born last week. Mrs Carlton is most comfortable Mr. a P. Hale. of Montbrook spent QUALITY .

10, iweeks at Lake Weir. Mr. Chainkrtin ,- I to hear; and no sublimer song the youngest daughter of Mr, and Mrs. city. Many of the offices have already the fourth of July in Ocala. Mr. Hale You shaft nave when you deal
leased for a .term, of years. wtth us, whether you purchase
.YXr'it and Mr Clyatt.will was ever'sung than Is here echoed by Lv M., Graham of Connor who are been -- was .born near Ocala before the civil an outfit for your: entire home

7as for 'Sundays, and .Dr Izlar :the wUlsfliEg winds. well and'prominently known 'all over Old. war, and enlisted in an Ocala company or only a kitchen; table as we

,;:;::ioamt np to the city every day Our first thoughts blending 1t\i the county. Only I 82'-Years and is well known to our older know that to what you want to

." a 'the music of the 'waters, wan that "I am only 82 years old and don't Inhabitants. His father was one of eitber case.

"., .<'",>;...' .. grand old anther our choir so often Mr. John Edwards, who is a law expect when I get to be real old to the early pioneers of this 'county. .' .., ".
_ -'--note.Rogers, after a delight; sings IWho is. the Kin of :.Gloryr partner of Hon. Park Trammeil at feel that way as long as I can get .- '

xtslt t ttw months' in Ocala, has Echoed 'by the fails! of 'Tallulah Is Lakeland was a prominent visitor: to Electric Bitters. says. Surely Mrs. E.thereIs H. Word from Mrs. A. G, Gates, who

}+tQ Waynesboro spend( wafted back the exultant ra"'*tn: Brunsen of Dublin Ga. went to Rhode Island several weeks PITTMftN
., Ga, to a Ocala.:Friday and Saturday, the guest nothing else keeps the old as young
leeks before returning to her "The .Lord! the Lord of Hosts He Ma thIs nelce, Mrs. Lee Miller. :Mr. Edwards and makes the weak as strong as ago to see her father, who was critically

:atAlken'S.C.! .. While in ,Ocala .the' King of Glory!," was here on legal business.> He this grand' tonic medicine. Dyspepsia ill, states that he is very great Ii SON .

: Rogers 'was the guest ,of MissDacfet We thanked him in oar .hearts' for left for Lake Weir Saturday afternoon. torpid liver, Inflamed kidneys or ty. Improved and will soon be entirelywell

0 untiim. ) rl'last few days ,I the feeling of" unspeakable jo; His to spend Sunday with his sister Mrs. chronic constipation Electric Bitters are unknown a reasonable after <- again. Mrs. Gates., will who probably was accompanied Ocala, .....".HH"." FlwWa.tandsoeaeat .

:,W it .which she.'spent. Wtth'Missit3alllvaia I presence Inspired 5tf us,ant feli.as: we S. A. Standley before returning- taking time. Guaranteed by Tydings & by her son
in north all the ummer.
the .
sublimity remaiii
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Accomplishment-AlDertus*- Mr. Joseph C. Hoover and Miss Etta .

Easy .of / It"Is.;like the nectar' from:. the honey I Chace .Married. VW We f111iiIeEref! r Promise illd Keur Mold Out False Bent, :

-. :> '.Vogt 'Discusses Them Most.Interest wiUont tho ka\Uoorboafloud Varleoee1.S ii : .
of'heaven's, choicest Bowers, WE CURE .
cups : D pain or d taUoa from botiawai Contaglou Blood ,
..'. '. Ingly;' :;'Believes. All Inland Towns of sweet as the kisses .of angels that One of the most beautiful and im- .IIC CURE 1IItY_ E I cored never. to rttara.. "wltho&t' ,VJ '-mtrearr" .- V,.or___i&iawal.dl __..xautua.fnMl&K*iMt ittt A. e.rat.| .II ;. ;

'Penlnsula''Florida pressive ceremonies ever witnessed In ro' -- KHWnrwmCO Tbt Dr.Kla: aledjlawaoftitiUtaof Co.II u IDIIIUoa or aIze41&
warm our lips bi dream, 'as the SAU-SKK
: pure 'R Georgia for the traabneal t&i se re fClIerr01ll 1 ,
: : Starke. occurred Tuesday, evening mCATtu I ohrosi'dlfua Dr. X. K. Kici..W row ;
;J,Into Communication! by Water Future _
thoughts of Infants'ere'their wee feet OrwuraruRS B IO tl IIaST MOKINt H H* I tUinittwda>.U CbI tAfeteamoltlny Tress t fehiI
'of/Great. osaibilJtles-Offerl July-3, .at St. Mark's Episcopal church, MARKET rOil MStAU IV STOCK OF ML KINDS Y 5J a IUH of UlUABttl physicians sad earreoaa. "
press the thorny Ways of sin, tenderas fttswa vE nMDI6MThMwESrrWAbrYOaaTILGIINAI .a,{ V Oar success<.thi Ucitaest of ctroal ii tut.U nVHAted
"v when Miss Etta Chace and Mr. Joseph )is lOT A FOOD eryamsslu, T ; w'ue tatfc medical and electrical caetea .
Some Ideas. the petal of the:-fairest flower that Kltt UVf IT A MAII ,' 1 Oar omen are cgvlppci with a 1 tttt ri1T&u1c" tw&t*
i C, Hoover were united In marriage.. psiet 25 CINTSAuuarotssunutttuuoucwsn lea.J-r ,flol.. 117.and niu a ray; IB fact, !T/ry ;
to the medical profswlon.
eontrlTaaoekaon OaiwaJUnmodara
shine and shower ever nursed to
: : has ')IANUfACIURtI) 8YCKERHAN la every respect and wa captor wm bat U.

'I- Editor--I: have been asked by. bud and bloom.. Born in the sacred The church was beautifully decorated &:StE1 lAT,vAuTru.. Lad trained Hoais tad d efficient: attB
b1aUana' often to by loving friends .of the bride, plsysosirimasemitomean to
orally BO as JlY1 W* nears patfeata aatMtr
confines of Eden it has survived the
opinion about.Crosby Thompson's and j, and never presented a more pleasing -'\' fautatlob- Oar teraa.(or traatau awaea froctmS seatggythb
-- unnumbered centuries, a queen that than this occasion.At to U&09 per month(madldnea Indnded: )as t rye tlra lit tam.
MidPeninsular on
Ills Cleveland associates' appearance cur.1I1th1a.e0eci dm.. .
&nee of a
Canal that I am asking to, answer" ;. j ruled has.been and rules her mankind, and so gentle the c appointed hour the march_ Jerry Burnett HY a REHCI! !1.1. C IIIOMICgIS SE3 a seas vreattedeaarntlt! one a 'WI?p aL4}

In this'open' letter through your, col:I power.so mystic and from Lohengrin played by Miss Ada 'BUiEST 1 t earn -st tXlgasey Lad BJadd ClOubJu,, BhnaI
; so charming her rule that we have LWJi". Rupture. llydroeele, Drama Lotiea. eta. sad sil ptr _
umns. Anyone Interested who will Darby announced the coming of the Merchant n um.'fiu'" lIJIIJ Olaeaaet, Tamon sac miUjnaal troobka, Cataxrb e
never and will never feel an Impulse Noaa. Tkroat Head and Lame D1+ewe ef tjt eye
study a map of the peninsula of Flor. bridal party,, led by Miss Verdle Sis- N. K. KIN a ... OL Cbronlo DUoMea of Women lull aa DtIp UeeaOwc -
that to break away from the sweet and trunk, niece of the and maidof CoNautiiM frnvouA Uaaataral Diaobtrxea,and aoca weaknaswa WClaeL .
Ida, .wW see this easily practical a groom fl"cJe5.
eoadltioauloosreslch *
and economic of. construction water! tender influence of her sway honor with Mr. Coffee, of Waldo Tailoring. W rite aeadyoatuUt astodayretardisiyour ratnr.,blela41q symptsaa l\1utl1Dr home .OL.quest\ >e kCONSUITATIOX .;1'1'.

Wpman's love It is as free as -i %ZA3glcATION AND ADVICE .r.,.-,
ways will be one of the greatest transportation : as best man followed by the bride
blessings to the entire the fresh pure air we breathe, yet Ieanf'ng on the arm .of her father. At Ocala,Florida. fill. MEIIMLCO., Y i tt:ra 't etc: Ulanla. ... .

as priceless as the jeweled diademof
'peninsular portion of-Florida possible ,the chancel they were met by the Finest Imported and; -y

:of construction.. a queen. It is the one thing on groom with the rector Dr. Holeman/ Domestic Cloths. ... : :
earth that Is closely kin to heaven
|But recently I have been up to Lake who officiated, Rt. Rev. E. G. Weed

Eloise and seen the powfully con and the life that has not felt its blessing bishop of. Florida, pronouncing the Cutting Specialty

I structed dredge' that Mr. Thompson's is like a.tramp.hungry and thirsty, biessing. Fits'Guaranteed. Ocala House Wine Roond

lost In the waste of a scorching and j
people have built and launched and During the ceremony Werin's "Ve
barren desert without the
this; dredge and its complement of promise netian Love Song" was softly played ttoIVER and IACJ AIFUNERAL
of an oasis at the end of the great
barges and tugboat will do the work merging into Mendelssohn's grande -- TRY OUR'J
wanderings beyond. Without it lif
rapidly and .economically, and thor march as the party left the church ,
would be as an endless night bereftof 3"J'
oughly. I have also seen the engineer's. Immediately afterward an informal -
the suggestion dawn. -
reports and notes of the survey and reception was held at the home of OLD
The hovel is its home and the ILLEGHABY
have been' over the entire located Mrs. Hopver, mother of the groom,
palace is its habitation. Where it is
route, from Winter Haven. .to Crooked only the bridal party and'family being
needed most it grows the hardiest and
Lake, and this canal will drain and reclaim present. ;
blooms the strongest It has richerstore
a l
thousands of acres of the very The fair young bride looked most -

finest'truck'end sugar lands, and.give of 'blessings for the peasant charming in her wedding gown of'em DIRECTORS PURE y
than it has of cheer for the prince p
immediatev and cheapest possible broidered point d'esprit over taffeta,
Money cannot buy it and all the elements -1--- .
transportation to the, highest healthiest with garniture of lace and carrying a :
of earth cannot take it away. It Have a full stock of Coffins. Ca&keU .., : .
of bride's and maidenhair .
and most 'successful fruitgrowingcountry bouquet roses
finds pardon for the gravest and Burial Outfits Special given t
errors L
In Florida. With lateral or and sees virtues commendable In folg j; fern. The maid of honor was very Burial services. : -Put up 4 full Qts :1

side dltehes'into the many deep lakes and dainty in her frock of white
to OrderA.DF0LI.ER.
lies of the grossest kind. It finds Embalming
comfort -
on either side of the canal proper; the embroidered Swiss with lace trim ;#
And cheer in the byways of destitution :: in. Fancy Cartoons
entire high lands'. of the- backbone of' mings. .
and hope and promise In the
Florida will be converted into a pub- The bride Is the eldest daughter of Y t'afesstottai. "" '

lie waterway transportation, and the lowering of the darkest clouds of de Dr. James Chace and for a number ......- ; '- -....... ........ = Delivered at -.-
J spair. When the door to every avenueof your,
millions of feet of splendid yellow of years: has made her home id Starke, L. P: BI.A 10' J
hope seems close in our faces 'tiswoman's
pine timber, with its naval stores, and where by her charming personality I11LIlt & BLALOCK. Office
love, clothed in its gown of
lumber wul'be at once available and and sweet, lovable disposition, she
purity, that steps out in the darkness, Dentists .
those beautiful. wholesome, healthful has endeared .herself to her friends,, Over if nrrae & Chambliss Bank Ocala,Fla.
t a diadem of light ,encircling its brow, .
hills;.and' glorious lake fronts, happyhomes who are numbered only by her ac
and waves a scepter that. illumines For $3.20.
fruitful orchards and profltab quaintances..Mr. T..BIGGS _
with peculiar.radiance the darkened'way.
'farms, obtain'everywhere. and Hoover in the home of his ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
We .follow It as the wise men
'this .peninsula will support a popula: adoption has the respect and high esteem (Officein Gary-Apiew Block.). ..
.; followed the bright star of the east Regular $LOO, Quart write'llComplete
OCALA. PtQKIDJ a Whiskey
tlon.of millions.of contented catchy; and are ourselves led, step by step that he has merited by his sterlIng ;

prosperous people.. to the spot where rests the babe ,,of: qualities. EDWIN SPENCER.:- Price list --:x:;

Do', you. realize. ,howeasy it. will- be life's cherished ambition. The happy couple have gone to ATTORNEY-AT-LA

for Crosby Thompson's people to diga housekeeping In their new home and ,
It is woman's, love that lingers by \ :Ry. fLOEIOl,I IJCAU.
canal from Winter Haven through I have the good wishes of a host off : ;
the bedside of a drunken brute, wild i' 'JC. Ocala House Wine
CHASE, Rooms.In
the',fakes" to.the: Combee Springs' ; the in the grasp of delirium rubs his fevered f friends Starke Telegraph., J _. : "
'' .
head of the Hillsboro river, and down DENTIST,
e and besotted brow and whispers A La Mode. a
; I- that stream to the gulf, where his OCALA PL
words .of soothing and comfort in his -------- OCALA FLORIDA.LANDS.. ,7
own a' terminal f If do tstsraIIxe "
'' company 'you ear when justice would demand that I took my last year's Panama JAUOS ,.-
you know 'what that will spell for -
he be, pitched I into the street to wallow And knocked it out of shape, ATTORME'-iiT-tAW ---cl. -

*-Tampa., in the gutter with hogs. Then dyed it in some Alice blue,. Room 4.M*.l ic.Buildin
And then to return 'to 'CombeeSPl'tnls ? Time Of Hot! .' :
j .It Is woman's love that suffers pr iAnd fastened on some crepe; ..
'and dig down the Palatlacahacr. :
vation and starvation, enduring and I pulled the thing way out in front, HISS B. N.SINCLAIR. .::

_ k into Lake Harris, and then by forgiving all for the sake of a worthless And bent it up behind; 1TENOGRAPHER

the Ocklawaha river to the st. Johns I stuck & TYPEWRITER. Prepare For Cold!
brute, through courtesy named some feathers on one' side '
r' Jacksonville. And :
and:, J' then, to comeback man. The biggest I could find; and Notary Public. ,

..., -, and cut' in again. at Crooked It is woman's love that clings loyal I took it to a maniacs Special attention[ to out of Town Work We would rather sell the balance of out STRAW HATS and SUMMER

lake and ,dig'on:,south via. Avon Park Commercial .Bank. -' Ocala Fla.
to a man when all the world ha And bade him do his worst; _
f d and _Carter's, lake :and'L ke Jackson turned him down'and marked him as He added some few touches till T CLOTHING at a,big reduction than to carry them over. If you are going{ ta -

.and Istopaga and Into Okeechobee. and
a social outcast It looked like something cursed; buy anything in our line now, you will save money by giving us a calL
u the .Caloosahatchie.. .Did you. ever And then I It Will ,
It Is woman's' love that makes her gave ,it to my wife-

think what such a waterway:-with lay awake at night and listen with This little joke so pat- Stetson Pat.Oxfords
passenger boats .and auto boats and This Season
anxious ear for the home-coming of Who thanked me with unfeigned! delight ?
house boats and freighters would ,,-
a wayward and. reckless son, or Pay'You !
Peninsular Florida andwith
>for For "just the Styles and Leather
-- hotels and game preserves en prompts her to exchange her last crust sweetest hat! i
of bread to -Puck.
satisfy unholy desire.
route? The Riviera, and everywhere ir" You have any Real Estat

else out of doors, would not be in it. It-1 Is woman's love that can raise : If to sell
the lowest creature made after the It is generally conceded that the 0 l PAIR 1
Then if Governor Broward does cut .
image of God to the highest and loftiest immigration probfem Is one of the OR
-J his _canal.: 'o Okeechobee into,
up pinnacle of manhood. most important now confronting the

r t Atlantic, we would have a canal What then,, are the meets and country. Despite the fact that foreigners irj You're thinking coming W. J.J Chambers Shoe Company
and down and across the Peninsula, 11 to Florida for'a home.
bounds of woman's love? It is broadas are seeking our shores at the
and such' waterway would
-k a open up -
the universe: deep as the sea las rate of more than a million a year' J
to settlement the very best portion -
in a great portions of the
ing as. eternity. many country -
1a of the entire: United States, and asa J
The poet has beautifully 'truthfUlly the population is much smaller
and You desire
,business proposition the canal(teopany'a m; I IT to invest in any .
saidr "Love is of man's life than it should be, land is plentifuland kind
a of
stock well, none of It would | Florida property, If
-: cheap and there is you have lands you wish to sell lease rent
; thing, apart 'tis woman's whole exist- great and or ; 'J
be sale. The entire state of Florida
1 for growing demand for agricultural la or if you want to buy lands for
s' : ence. Without lovewoman's life js a TO SEE farming, grazing, ,
'would be eternally benefited by
.. thing without purpose, substance or borers. Clearly the flow of foreignersis turpentining or lumber
F this .canal Plant Lakeland OR WRITE purposes,
: Tampa, ,City, .j
form, an aimless and useless exist not setting in the direction where its -

Bartow Winter Haven Auburn: ence. A frail leaf adrift on the broad ( needed most but is finding employ Write. to .

burg dale,-.Haines Eustis City Talaha, Clearmont, Ocala, ,Palatka LeI es- ocean waves, tossed hither and yon by ment close to the ports of arrival. J. NeL1Y1N6510N N & SOW N S I

Times R. I.
every counter: wind that comes and Narragansett BLOUNT
-V1 L and Jacksonville. How all of these .. REAL ESTATE CO. 1
towns and clUeswould grow and prosper Mr. Fred Newbern A. C. L. agent
What would the world be without awoman's OCALA FLORIDA. 1
and how easily every kind of at Leroy, a son-in-law of Mr. C. Y.

freight ;and passengers would be car love. Can, the mind con- Miller, was a visitor here on Friday. THE OCAL0 HOUSE CAfE. .. '.>
reins, is there to
vied a pen of fancy paint.
bf'allwater' transportation, to Mr. Newborn has just recently returned aa.as>s
it, could ap artist's brush give a conception -
everywhere! from a deligthful camping trip The dining room of the Ocala How H.
of It a
: No never.-Bartow Rec- Pres.
Let:us have this'all-water route. Let |ord. at Black Point, on the Gulf near will be kept open through the summer, 8. H. BLITCH, Mflr.. J. C. BOOZER, A st Mgr.

us'"remember, too, that every town .. Crystal River. His wife and baby and and The cafe known will as be the a la Ocala carte Nnnse, but a---Cal special GEO. J. BLITCH, TolI.r. I

4: .everywhfre that has water transporta- Tom Watson and the Tariff. Mr. and MrS C. Y. Miller were with rate will be made! t(). regular

tlon has low railroad rates, and there them and they had a splendid outing boarders by the week. -The usual and
well known excellence of the Ocala 1
isaoLonTthisearth'\:. a\town, with: desirably Tom Watson may hale wheels in spending the days very happily fishing House dining room will be maintained The Strong Hold the

environments' and waterWhat but I his head about some things but on swimming and enjoying camp life and the public. is .assured -of the best

has, or |s rapidly developing the subject of the tariff he is. as.lucida to the limit rates there and is for further.HM table.articulars For, call weekly on

.into a city. Eo let'us'"all in every ,.pos- a ray of sunlight.., or write C. M. Whltesld s. Manager.OCALA ,

siJersYay, : .Among other things he, says: "The If every business man in our town COMMERCIAL BANK

to'build"or, dig his ('aMI.aid Advance plow,, which sells in tbiscou'ntry' could do business on a strictly cash '

j" each and all of us will benefit ,tor $18, Is sold in Buenos system it would be a blessing to us fE 1

materially,... thereby, and; every generation Ayres for '$9, Thus, our farmers pay all. If we all fcM ... nay cash we rcatioi. br Mail OCIA, FL8. i.

.F '#: of- Floridians for all of the oncoming -' twice as much for the Advance plowas would learn to live within our means.It JIo> lame.anploymasttoietanedo- ,1

.centuries will be glad of .our the South American farmer pa y s. would save business men the expense atkai CUlii*CBiy ipwt ttoe tUOjtag at horn* Has Public
: ArtUuaeOc, Afr&n,Qeooetrr., Upon Confidence is Evidenced
mUnd- waterway- and the day will American farmers are tariff-taxed to of bookkeepers find the loss of mw$aet iasde" meral I

...oon'be.whenparty r'- in any or' everycity protect the American manufacturerfrom bad debts. all of which some one has Te arslr odb+eamstsomuynaEweoaatxtabto.'l'up,by JIaII, Teadwn .
.1:'' and town in Florida can, in an foreign competition and yet it to pay for. If our town could gradually fzLI.JWIII, -Large and Increasing T

:l auto boat,' or. ''house. boat, visit every is the ,foreigner who gets the benefit.l work into a strictly cash sv.tem'It Business
= other town: Jn this glorious Peninsula You are made to pay $18 for your Improved would be better 'for us 'all. *

-: and as good aa life'is now, the future plow, in order .that the South For Sale.

_" \ '4l :dtB in Florida will be more comp, an- American farmers may have the.sameplow Forty acres of fine land near Or -
1iionable, &n '.better. And, the railroad. atCan $9! FRECKLES AND PIMPLES ange-Springs northwest quarter'Marion of county.southwest Fla.qua The : .

cwamlssloners? Whythey can rest. you figure out any avantage to REMOVED In Ten Days.Nadmola. ter. Section .township .12. range 21. .

Tours.. for the'can .-AlbertusVoft yourself In such an arrangement? The 1:See'the Address land D. and& make me an ..off E. C. Smith. V. )Roberti '

: ill!' In Bartow CourierInformant.Twenty .'. hay tedder' which costs you $45, Is .. Miss. Alexander 5-18-Scv Shaw SMITH & ROBERTS"

: "...' : sold: In Buenos' Ayres .at $3Q.., The The Complexion I
'Year Battlera'loserjta r"i-e"
I mower costs: you $CS; it costs the Beantlfier is A. satisfied ustom best ad-
:t..li 1:': .... ver'tisgment i :and satisfaction Is not Funeral Directors
F<''IRas. a twenty.year.t at- South ,American farmer $iO. You and darsed\ tHotuaw d.! ,only our aim. but.OUf'guarantee. Try Licensed Embulnws) .

tie: with chronic, piles and malignantsores I.pay$25 for a horse rake; If'we": were of grateful ladle*,and !the. White 'House shoe; spring styles: LA TEST METHODS. BEST OOODS, WORK GUARANTEED.

,. until 1.tried Bucklen's Arnica: foreigners we would pay 'only $17: guaranteed remove Itof"lnen.and women ,just arived. The Telegraph orders nctln ion
Fair prompt attention
SHra. which!.turned the tlde by cur. all Cidal disc"olo i x embalming done anjwMrt
> :I J :both' till not.fa' trace re s1tea'A ,? I 7 I short 1ottCo .
John I
t Sharp Williams : lions aDa
the .
minorityleader.In the ,
(;: : nator
': !ft M Bruce.,of FarmTilleyetflorcld'1lcers I .Miss Florence Walters .
.who. haispent
>f '' cuts burns a the. house is a; pronouncandidate ka ,,o(f'otltL The
wont: 5 a cat twtaly d5ti, the'past: several weeks,_
: We.
? sail
l ;;; for the United States senate $1.00 '
id .."a,.. k,Tydings'... & .. '.t. alt lealTnt dr! : relaUTes at, Coleman OGlLAFURNITURE. COMPANY
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:. you 41, .NO. 4i OCALA FLOBIPA 'FRIDAY JULY ;' >
., 131906. ONE DOLLAR ,A YEAR

Y .
UNGS ABOUT TOWN.f COUNCIL MEETING.' born for superintendent electric light Progress on the Key West Railroad. All Hail Robertson-Cocgler.A .

-' plant 'by Mayor McCooathy> having -
Routine Business Transacted-No '
'?? *. Superintendent" been filed at a previous meeting was Yesterday afternoon: we had a very All hail July! The time to fly quiet home wedding occurred

Donnella'GrLffin piag In Ocala,Wednesday.of Anthony, Elected-Tax Electric Levy Ight_Postponed Plant read and chair appointed Messrs. interesting interview with Mr. John Unto the distant hills, Monday morning; ; .at the residence of

Owen and Sage tellers. Or else to
stay where ocean g
'' Till Next Meeting on Accountof Gillette, who- s making Ocala head- sprayIs Col. T; S, Cocgler, at ;Which time his
First ballot resulted. Dearborn, 4, charged for in the bills.
Absence of Finance Com- quarters' and stopping at the Florida daughter Miss
1Clark would have made Benentt I, and Tucker L : Minnie was: united in

Diahome, only it is not flu-his mittee's Report.OFFICIAL. After four ballots no one being de- House. All hail July! The month when pie marriage to Mr. F. Ion Robertson, of

( .) 'clared elected matter was continued Mr. Gillette Is .be for the purPose For picnicing is made, Live Oak, Rev. Mr. Scott officiating .

till next meeting for further bollotinr. ot employing white and colored laborers And young folks eat their potted meat The wedding being a private affair ;
Dillard, of Summerfield, Council met July 10,1906; called to .
I ; to work on the extension of the Down in some leafy glade.All only,a.few intimate friends witnessedthe +
jfiiopping'in Ocala Wednesday be- order by president Gates; roll call and i The matter of cemetery gutters was
Florida East Coast railway from Miami happy scene. Both the bride and -
Strains... following six members' present: A. .discussed by the council.
; I hail July! The month to estimable .a
buyA groom are most young people
to Key West The road is paying
CA G. Gates, T. J. Owen J E. Chace, J. i Report of city attorney on bill of
ticket and berth
a and have spent nearly all of their
&Nichols, and family, of, Oxford, D. Robertson, C. K. Sage and B., A. :Harrisburg Foundry & Machine Works a dollar and a half per day for'grading -
i Give care the slip and take a trip, lives in Brooksville. The groom Is a
among,the stoppers in the'city Weathers. for services of Chas. H. Blue; also and a dollar and a half and boarder
i Across your mother earth. young man of sterling character and
',; eduessday.' Minutes of June 19 were read and :communitation from Ludwlg & Co., on day for concreting. I I bears a splendid reputation among his
approved. [the same subject were presented.
W, Ray" has returned to Mr. Gillette informed us that the All hail July! The time when rye, fellowmen. he being what is termeda
; Minutes of June 26 read and approved i After 'discussionpro' and con Mr.
:_iahort trip to his home I Robertson moved that bill be refused, grading on the main line is already I Combined with ice and mint self-made man. \

And other things, unto life brings Miss Minnie Coogler is one of the
'-Carolina.Bsf Minutes of July .3, were read and which was carried. completed and that much of thegrad-
.. I A soft and rosier tint best known young ladies in this community
;: after amendment were adopted. 'On motion of Dr. Chace, duly sec ing on the keys is'also completed. The
and by her charming and
Walters has onded and carried Clerk Instructed work is now thoroughly in hand hav-
:-,| Margaret gone toY President asked if there were any was has
Weir to spend a week with Miss personal communications before the I to inform Harrisburg people that ing been completely systematized, All hall July! The month to hie ,disposition a host of
friends who wish her
life of
a long .
..Sylvester. ., council, whereupon 14r John Graham we were now ready for Armatuer to and excellent progress is being made. Unto sime sylvian yale. Joy and happiness. The happy couple

; addressed the council' relative to the be.pressed on _the shaft.of the second The great trouble to be encounteredIs And if you can't at least you shan't. .
left on the morning train for Live
Wre.toget Blue R'bboa Lemon transfer of.the permit of Gunn and unit and want them to send their man in building concrete piers where Refuse to help us hail.
Oak, where they will reside in the
,Vanffia Extracts. The best that4aubui Holland'sheadwhich license had. not at once or early as possible at their the water is deep. The longest stretchof .

." been paid for the past'' month. expense JCI: thispurpose. deep water is about fourteen miles; Great improvement is going on at future.-Brooksville Cor. in Times-- -
.- -' Mr. Weathers moved .that the While here would like for him to the water in some places being twenty Carrabelle.The .
r}i LIO Wheeler has returned permit Mr. Robertson is well known in
be revoked unless license was attend erection of unit the City of feet deep, all of which has to be
sae from a visit of several weeks Florida state encampment will newspaper circles. He was at one time
paid Ocala to pay only for the time while solidly concreted six feet above: high
f fc lit old home in Tennessee. up. be held at Tampa in August. editor of the Brooksville Register and
This makes the work te-
Dr. Chace offered amendment to erecting same. water. :very y
-- afterwards editor of the Live Oak
Reports Finance committe asked dious and costly. However rapid prog-
motion. :
After discussion it
was carried ,
Berry Raysor and Miss Shelly and is
I' One great need of Florida Just now Democrat now vicepresidentof
that the license further time to report on ,account of ress is being'made.Mr. .
attended revoked
be unless -
Swter the Anthony barbeielWednesday is' humane, conscientious and nervy the Live Oak Publishing Company. __
absence of Messrs. Ford and Nelson. Gillette says that out from the
and had a big time1 paid up by parties at once. i prison inspectors. He is the son of Col. F. L. Robertson,
.. The city,treasurer then addresedthe Fire committee reported minor repairs mainland the workmen are not disturbed -
-- of Tallahassee Mrs. Robertson is a
jtrB..r. Lisk of Connor in story at by insects and at night have
necessary upper
| was aeWat council concerning bonds which ,
Mrs. Harry Thaw can now make all relative of the Moody family, former:
the Montezuma hotel Wed.rTliefampt fire station. very pleasant quarters on board
been taken
up by city and desired I II
the "poses" she wants to on the real ly of this city, and she has 'visited
to know'what disposition shouldbe On motion duly seconded and carried houseboats, which are built to accom- -
stage of life. them here on several occasions.
-- made of same.It fire committee were authorizedto modate comfortably from two hun I ..

_.' 'Herald is out in a new was decided that these bonds make such repairs as they deemedeeeaiy dred and fifty to three hundred per- A change in the "convict lease sys- Killed at Spring Park.. '

,"' :and fits it w@ll. It, looks at fire station with sons. Tbeee boats are carefully
:' it as should be tuned eft to the bond n powerto tem" promises to be one of the issuesin -

'.-'&1;a. sunflower. trustees for disposal according) to or- act creened. The lower deck is used for the next state campaign. Mr. W J. Clifton who for several

dinance and Mr. Gary accordingly .ad Building committee reported that kitchen and dining rooms and the up- years had been the chief sawyer at

Mr, William Brooks, a prominent vised.' city stable needed repairing. per deck for sleeping rooms, and Hon. A. S. Mann, of Jacksonville, the Ocklawaha lumber mill at Silver

ppbate miner, formerly of Floral And bill of treasurer for $207.00 de- Action of light and water commit. everything .is fixed up with an eye to is now land commissioner of the Springs, was run over by one of the

T, but BOW of Tampa, was a guest ferred. in ordering meters approved. convenience .and comfort. He says the Gainesville & Gulf railroad. northbound Seaboard trains at Spring

tto Ocala_House Wednesday. Mr. R. E. Tucker appeared before Chairman of light and water com- men are entirely satisfied. Park on the night of July 3d and

council mittee requested to write letter Mr. Gillette will be here, for sometime killed.
and desired to bow if the in- was Young Thaw was wise to sidestep ,.

.With:one of,them elegant court stalling of.. meters-should .be'charged asking for reply from, Westins>ous \ yet, and persons wishing employ.meat the alienists. There is no. telling whatthey'wiJ The unfortunate man had been to "
.. "
_,. ,in/the state andean:-$85,0,00 to the.customers'or whether the plant Electric and, Manufacturing Co., .com will do well to consult'!. lIL.: } do to a man, sane or insane. Ocala the day before, bought a Jug oflignpr'

,,.-- ;"bonding, ;,Ocala. is to be:.in.it- should bear* the expense munication: dated June_ .7, 1900 ,with and it is presumed that he became .... .
lie'Sun. .. Upon motion of Dr. Chace duly reference to payments ct 50 per cent Mr. C. M.. Murphy and his son, Mr. Since its removal 'to Jacksonvillt'Engle's intoxicated ci laid down on the _'-',

.x14rs'George seconded and carried, customary of their! bills in accordance with resolution B. C. Murphy, of Anthony, were in and Taylor's Sun continues platform at the Spring Park station

; Williams and children charges were continued.Mr. of June '15.Communication .. Ocala Wednesday. Mr.,Murphy senior, to ,shine more luminously than ever. fell asleep and rolled over on to the
Cleave this afternoon for Green
J. D. Robinson introduced an from Dr. Sellers has been a subscriber to this paper railway tracks and was in such a stupor

t where: they, will spend a ordinance requiring property 'ownerson with reference to drainage and government for twenty years, and is. ,one of the In the last issue of his magazine that the fall did not awaken him

:iwila'of weeks. certain streets in city to pave the ge"ogic;
He, like many-others, lost all his accumulations United States Supreme Court. Tom
JCrtlHr sidewalks between property and the. and divuse'JTberc over_ by a passing train.
; T Spooner who came down **>'n no further bnsims'Scouncil by the great freeze, and hits with a big hammer. 1
which referred to
streets was Judiciary -
:to the
attend funeral of"her .
husband committee. adjourned.H since that time has had an unusual Will Go to Tampa to Live. -
lain .returned to her home in Boston Perhaps it is harder work to '"con.eft"
C. SIST'rINK, Clerk. amount of sickness in his family but -
An ordinance for the protection of
has triumphed over all these misfor- and keep "converted" a sailor Mr. G. A. Petteway and family are
the health of the city referred to,judiciary
tunes, and now is all to the good,with than a soldier is the reason the pay packing up their household goods and
committee June 19 The had the biggest meeting
on was Elks
Krt and Mrs. U L. liken, of Rock debts all paid. His son has recently of a navy; chaplain is bigger. expect to leave in a few days for
- by said committee as being in Tuesday night it has had since its organization.
fie; were in Ocala Wednesday on married and set housekeeping for -+ Tampa to make that city their homein
proper form and deferred till next The following new members Depew and Platt and an those in-
-- I war for a visit to relatives in himself and begins by subscribing for the future. Mr. Petteway who Is
.. meeting.The were initiated in to its mysteries: surance presidents and directors stood
: the Ocala Banner. This wishes. one of our prominent turpentine open
following bills which had been Messrs. Frank A.Teague, A. E. Bur- paper for the "national honor" in 1896 and
tI these good people continuous success. atol'8,'has disposed of his propertyJnthis
.; "::;(.Mr.'.dad.Mrs. Joe, Davis and 'their properly approved were ordered paid: nett, E. U Maloney, A. C. Cobb> J. C. Nothing is too good for them. denounced Bryan'as a "bad man." city.
Ocala Lime Co. $17.70 American Howell and Captain Willcox. After
" ;
!JNtti Jlttle
,daughter . ffce| returned home from a delightful Electrical Works, 146.38; Marion !the initiation green turtle soup and Capt. John J. Inglis is a guest at Mr. Chalmers Raysor is at home their home in Ocala for nearly a year

: Hardware Co, $9.53; Westniho1se'EJectrfe other luxuries were enjoyed. from Savannah on a visit to his pa-
: it'Charleston
s.i" the Ocala House. The older be
o. I grows and it is a matter cf very universal
.... "i--! .. .andManufacturing Co., $2.34; I "__ ,' rents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee M. Raysor,
the younger he s ems'toget"and'themore. } regret' that they will no longer live
:.o"-.9if.1iCPh; r The Clam PeddlerV-What kind of on Fort King avenue.Improvements' .
H. Burke, formerly: ofWcity Sawyer, Man Electric Co., $73.40; active he is. Besides being at here. The best wishes of their many.,

""' *and'more recently editor.of i, Ocala Ice & Packing; Co., $1.00; Ocala a feller is that )"our"n1eee'. married., the head of the, Dunnellon Phosphate OeafriendswULfollow to
: hem their
'W11llsto.- Advocate, has sold his Ice & Fuel'Co., 11.00; Ocala ManUfacturing Mrs. Tubmansf Company, the earliest and largest of costing about $35;OOt) new hoce.Broward .

L" ,> _' {oJir." W; F. Galloway.. Co.. $1.40; Crew Lewick Co.. I The Widow-Tell you what's a the Florida phosphate companies, he will' be made during the Komtuer in
'r .
'- "" $13.25; Ocala Manufacturing Co., solemn fact Mr. Shelly-in confidence Capt. John L. Inglis is a guest at the White. -House while I President and Board Tto Meet in Pen- -

' ..': -aey.',.: '.W.. J. Carpenter, celebrated $2.08; Mclver & MacKay; $551; Ocala II of course-he's So utterly no- at Inglis, which is the largest enter- Roosevelt is away. The appropriation sacola.

of Florida account that I don't believe she could was authorized by congress. _.
July away from home, Manufacturing Co., $4.39; I prise of the kind in the state. He is
fca returned & Electrical C .$$U5 G. raffle him off at a church fair! A special from Pensacola says that
;'. to Tampa safe, sane Plumbing iBbttnd'; ,. much to the W Cleveland Lanier Robertson Governor Broward and Hon. John S.
gratification 12.60; and, Terminal company, owns a bachelors has been called to nominatea
:4h, II:friends. $9.25 H. B. Masters, 66.42. Tom Taggart denies the published Beard recently elected to the state
; launch and several tugboats and has
._ state ticket in the Iowa elections, on
0 that raid made French senate from
: Ocala report, a was on Escambia county, will
} 50 cents Telephone
G, Gates, ; recently become interested 'in the President
ot Lick Springs. He claims that Hearstis a platform opposing Roose- meet in Joint debate in Pensacola and
,.-he-question now agitating the avGeorc1an Co, $9.00; H. B. Masters $3.50; A. G. Ocala Iron Works. Captain Inglis is velt's race suicide views.
.. at "outs" with him because the In- discuss the drainage of the everglades
is Water Co
: : "How many crush- Gates-$7.10; Ocala .$1058.29 certainly a busy man and lets no grass x

': ::1tdeteats' can' Clark Howell eland!" ; H. C. Sistrunk $4.33; Marion liana democracy endorsed Bryan for grow under his feet. The Eastpoint (Ga.) ,Enterprise scheme which Governor Broward \.
the presidency wants to make the chief feature of
t'AUuta Journal is to be be- Hardware Co., $1.75; H. B. Masters, nominates Mr. John F. Bible as Mr.Bryan's .

4l I.d;,he gets one every day. $44:43: ; Kinght& Lang; $L10; J. R. WANTED-White and colored labor- running mate in 1908. It says his administration. Mr. Beard is a fine
A Complimentary Party. enter and no doubt the debate will -
i' P W Blackiston, $2.00; Mclver & MacKay, ers. Employment for as many as that Mr. Bible is young, gifted and vir
The Gainesvffle Sun be quite an interesting one.
says' work on
$24.80; Daily; and Weekly Star, $4.00; will apply. The Florida East lie.
r. One of the 'most delightful func-
; !.univeraity i is -
progressing finely A. G. Gates, $4.45; R. E. Tucker, $10; -
Coast railway will $1.50 -
," pay per Mr. Max Bloom and Mr. Able Han-
". : "est: Sledd, Professors Cox and tions of the season was an informal The running mate for Mr. Bryan has
c. L. Moore, $7.95; A. Brigance, day for grading and $1.50 and board dlesxnan who have been in charge of

$=. ; lDembera'. the university fac- party given by Miss Eva Halle, in for concreting. Transportation fur already been selected, thank you. He Mr. Handlesman's branch store at ,.

already in Gainesville.. $10.The bills of electric light' !honor of Mrs. Patterson of Miami runs a paper in Louisville, and is familiarly -
':r ..,..: following nee i nished. Good treatment absolutely Starke, are back in Ocala, and Mr. Fu-_
I as "your Uncle Ben-
1 i) Gainesville t department for .May, on motion duly !Miss Jessie, Barco, of this city, at the guaranteed by the company., Men der, who has been with the Boston
Sun.says that Hon. i" I ry.
}!:Clark seconded and carried referred to home of Mrs., J. M. Halle.. West Main will leave on: Wednesdays and Saturdays Store for some time, has gone to
-; erect a very 'fine finance committee: Hospital,. $9.00; street N Monday afternoon.The I ; of each. week via Atlantic Starke to assume charge of Mr. Handlesman's -
ce, In 'that city. The outlook We hope that Miss Jefferson Bell
City Building, $9.60; Market $3.60; Coast Line Railway. Call on or
game of the evening interests there
,_GInesvfleis as bright ''rain'f'i. was will be placed on the staflofthe'Tallahassee :
Station $3.60 Band Room, $4.80; s
Fire ; Hundred.There three write John QiUette, Florida House
were tables
Sun. Her genius is too rare
Fireman's Gym. $8.40; Streets, $337- Ocala Florida. 7-12 1 w Much interest is being shown in republican
';: and the contest with ..
was pushed_ an -= t.nd 50. For June:-City Building, $9.60; circles over the visit of Secretary -
Mrs. Arthur Masters are enthusiasm which was to say the least sparkling to be hid and deservesto
Band Room, $4.80; Fireman's Gym. Wreck at Romeo. Taft to the North Carolina
eta of a admirable showing fine .
dainty little daugh- many plays.At be set on an MIL
,,who 1ru' $8.40; Street Department, $337.50; publican convention on July 9, Re-
born .en the afternoon the conclusion the prize, a hand
1; :1myw10th. 'Th ab their first chiW, Also the following bills referred tofinance some cut glass bonbon dish was Two freight trains collided at Romeo There seems to be a consensus of publicans of that state say a resolu-

; .r./'advent; Into their home is a committee: G. S.. Scott, $36; awarded to Mrs. Patterson., Wednesday. There,were no casualties opinion that the "poor man" has no tion Indorsing his candidacy for the

f'happy one. G. S. Ccott, $%5:00: > ; T. E..Glggs, $5.54; There were a great. many present but four cars were thrown off show in a "primary" campaign. Yetit presidency may be adopted by the

( ::- Ocala Foundry and Machine Works, all of whom were dedgnted to .mee' the tracks. was for him .that the primary was convention.Hon. :.
4 .t"
:; itfld Mrs. $280.64.. The west coast south- instituted.By ,
G. A. Petteway and their friends again. passenger J. C. B. Koonce, editor of the .,f.: ,'
i eoA have Bill of Geo. W. Davis was referred boun train to Tampa by of :-
$ : gone to Atlanta to Delicious refreshments, consistingof came way Sumterville Times, arrived in Ocalaci '.
\: ,several ;back to council without recommendation. Gainesville to Ocala, and thence to decision handed down -
-- weeks, after which Mr. I salads, etc, were served.-Gaines- a by; a Tuesday from a business. trip to Jacksonville Ji.. -

y..1ftU'leturn to Florida. Mrs. I ville Sun.Tuesday. Juliette. Judge in Detroit, Mich-, nearly two and is spending a few days '." 9.- >,. -

!"7, and son will go.on to Ten-, Upon motion of Mr. Weathers duly We did not learn the particulars of hundred convicts now in Michigan with his wife. and.son, at the home of L -

.; '<' ..6 remain until the fal'u and seconded and carried same was re night Mr. Dempsy Mayo. the. wreck. penitentiaries may be released.. The Mrs.t Koonce's mother, Mrs. Frances

: they return they will make their I ferred to Mayor and City ,Attorneyfor entertained quite a number of his decision involves the indertiminate Howse. _
.'-t'1_ Jnt Tampa.-.. written -opinion to be 'had at next friends at a stag party. His guests Miss Sara Davis has returned home sentence law,:which Is held not to apply .

: ., t', r regular meeting. were the following' young men; from a visit of ten days in Jackson- to trimes:committed prior to its ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles V Miller and < :-io'-

-' PfSMt iniNela: strobhar, the two Matter of fixing m111 e of 1906 Messrs.. James Hewett, John Pelot, vile with her brother and sister-in passage, though the trial comes. afterwards Miss Alice Bullock.went down to Pa-

T," children of Mr, J, N. Strob- was taken up' and discussed. and his visiting friend, Mr, Edmonson law Mr; and"Mrs. Abert ,C. Davis. Mr. latka Tueeday 'via the Ocklawaha

J la;Ocala Monday and left 'Upon motion the reportsp of officers Robert Mathews, James Carlisle and Mrs. Davis, who have been board- river on the "William Howard." They -

) '?uaiofrkefii'tb Joint.their were .referred to finance committee. Sam Teague, Harry Palmer, ing since their marriage In ,this cityon Miss Gertrude Pereda went down to returned home yesterday afternoon on

.. .wb4 temporarily making his Two members of finance committee Alfred Beck, Harry Walters James the 14th of June will start to Tampa yesterday afternoon to spenda the 'Coast Line.
"; there; Several months ago while being absent was deemed advisable to Taylor, Nathan Peyser, Clifford end housekeeping( this week.. week or ten days with her grandmother --

: Atorrthe A. C. U:Noble had leave the, tax levy till next .meeting Carlos Ayer, Jack McIntosh, Robert Mrs. J. M.. TerrelL Miss Pe Mr and :Mrs. Hampton Brinson, of,

!ut'pff 'to &n accident and' bras Moved and seconded that the 'election -McDougafd and E. P. Pittman.: Mr. *Mr. and Mrs,.J.., Arthur Griffin are reda will then return to Ocala for a Oxford, spent several days in Ocala

.ih at'oiPtta for some time.'He says of night poUcemanl be left in Mayo' proved.. delightful host and rejoicing ,over the' arrival' of a beau- two weeks' visit, after which she will last week with Mrs Brinson's grand-

''1IIi: ; 8tillvgivto5liiiD good hands of police committee'; the young men enjoyed; the, evening. tiful baby tgirl at their .Hyde; Park go to St.'Louis to make:her' home witha mother, Mrs. Evans' and hersEisters,

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"THElJMA" R.REFORM'.. "' IN- '-:THE PLUM' .*ORCHARD.. 0if .: : :AS HE SAW' CHRIST., WILL, *FLORIDA' .! '"".BE, REPRESENTED D Bob. Taylor OtHJ ,Election _ta the i QUARTERMASTER'S) 8TO ..1* '
jtt- .4 I i ;c'
United States Senate. .
|lN ,BRYAN'S_ CABINEff .1 -a-- .
: '
-10_ .. The ',:work goes bravely 'on, 'and i
.FRANK' HARRIS_ rf\ Pennsylvania. is cho kiu; of, refir fen about two thousand years ago Florida'7 w'tg'lever- figured very%' *ex-..tt'ensivelr \ .Politics.Ii',0 has its ,lights*, .nd shadows from a f "Georgia Colonel's

: ., P. V. C ,v.ngoodBusinmlManager.! state.'<_ >;and. municipal-.. &and all-. parties. by' an eyewitness description'"of j in'nationaj'affairs.. She hasnever -mostly shadows..The man who wins- Book" w1i itch was collected durbg:
I had a representative in any cabmetHof."any' at the primary his honors, andy
.are:,thoroughly .indoctrinated. with, it Jesus ChristJs the r at iasn t I. president of the United lila the 'Lord have earns mercy 'on the 'man civil.".. war' : 't._ ]
t ; Europe is now enjoying. The letter. "We have just had a call
In. .the recent. republican. convention., States. She has never had any minister .- who loses.. And yet .it cannot, be questioned fl'O.1ll".at.
which to be of the most old friend from Virginia .
appears one who, "
Senator, Penrose, aa old Napoleon at at any court of any of the great that. often the man who wins .by
.. .
Important historical documents unearthed way is a quarterm .ster. And
Austerlltz directed Ms cohorts from power Notwithstanding, her population -\ Is the loser and. the loser is often the as
in modern times, was writ-. the many. good things he told '
; is largelycosmopolitan; herclaims' winner. The winner ought to be a 11:1:
n afar). and. hurled: ,...them Against the ten. by an, officer! of ,Pontius .Pf .te's to" :the "federal pie has" been I goo3 SamaHtanlmd'SS loser'ought to the "following.hard"hit at the'-quI1'

gleaners 4ln the plum orchards. St. court to the Roman emperor. It Is influence masters which our friend assures!!
,her in
overlooked: because : keep his lips closed It is hard for
Paul himself could find no flaw in the said to have been recently discovered occurred on the train between
political conventions has never been the man who triumphs to repress exultation -
platform;, President Eliot of Harvard, in the library of the Lazarist fathersin \ mond and this city.
potential enough to bring her into political ; it difflcult for the vanquishedto .
; '"
have written it President Rome. "At a.point on the road
[might ? it fc Jot
promfn rice. Her electoral vote conceal his wounds. The victor

[,I Roosevelt inspected 'it, accepted it, That part of the epistle which tells has counted against her. This is pl'Qv.en' alone deserves sympathy 'who knows necessary to say where, a colporte

_ and approved it as'very good re-form: i how the Saviour looked is translated came abroad with his arms foil
:those ofllgious r;
Mettoi Th. Banner; btlieving! from, the fact that her senator are how to suffer in silence.: This is true
"* for Pennsylvania; and no doubt it is. as follows: "He Is a man of medium < reading for distribution amoo
ftt thf top *r $Il sb!.' to take. car of as bright and Influential as those not only in war but In politics. Grant ;
_; is not enough reform size whose indicates both the soldiers. Among the
But it. good appearance s
*: thtmstlvttt hit taken its stand in thebarricades [ from the. great empire state of New never boasted his achievements; Lee ; -
for the out-and-outers, and they rejected great sweetness and such an amount! on board was a young soldier who.1iJ=
_ with the common people York, and her congressmen. are in never paraded his sorrows; McKInley
it, held a convention of their of dignity that one feels 'In lookingat much of the spirit of Momus twinkThin ':
and its fight will be made for'the betterment every way as useful and gifted as received his honors without boasting; tw.
own, and named themselves the Lin- him that he must love him and at the corners of his eyes. As sooi -;
,of those at the bottom. those from the larger states. It standsto Bryan accepted his defeats without .
colnltes. nominating a ticket of silk- the same time fear him. His hair, the, colnorteur mad ht !nat .\......._.:',
-- -' --'--' ----
1 reason that if Florida can furnish; --- &'---
; ._ complaining. It takes more courageto
stocking respectability I down to his ears is of the color fripe' the door of the car the soldiered
FRIDAY JULY 13, 1906. 1 good men for senators and congressmen survive the wounds of defeat than
Then the democrats took a whacK. : walnuts and hangs down on his to him, took his hand and _,
is able to furnish ,
she just as gracefully wear the crown of a con ?
the "third For many long years the Pennsylvania .shoulders' in a light: blond and clear him a cordial greeting. 'How are jjf
The friends of Bryan say them for other positions.. If Platt lived queror. j
democracy was merely a "baud plant" mass; it parted in the middle, ac he would my friend, how are you?' add fce'-fj
L time counts. hi: Florida, who believes that The philosopher in politics accepts ,
for. the convenience of ths, late Mat ,cording to the fashions of the Naza- am so glad that you engaged in
have ever occupied a seat in the senate defeat as the. old nq accepted the
.; An elctrle trolley line la contemplated thew Stanley "Quay, and before his renes. His beard, of ,the same coloras of the United States? ; good work. It is just what the 801d1aI!
situation when he was expelled from
GainesTille to 6reen Cove permanently establishe.l, his hair is curly and although need. You and such
: from boss-ship was If the Nebraskan: is elected president the ballroom. He had too much of as you are, .h}
: Bprinji. the Pennsylvania .democracy! had been not very long is parted in the middle done an incalculable amount 9J'roQ
believe innovation will (
an ,
; we the "Oh be joyful" aboard and as he
taught to fetch and carry; for Simon like' his hair. His eyes are rather severe in 'the distribution' of religious .I1t
and the littles states will
be made
staggered down the street he heard
'Atorne ? Bryan, of the criminal Cameron himself a democrat In "Old and shine like the sun; it is thes.meas ture such as you bear in your araif]
be given their Slice pie just
the sound .of in' the ballroom
court of DUT&I county, is now after Hickory" days but in '1906 the Penn ,impossible' for anyone to look 'him in does am a member ot the Nineteenth
If 1tri.i
big states. Bryan '
the : above he found his ,the stairs
i-s the meat trust ; way up
sylvania democracy is, washed whitein the face. When he scolds he inspiresfear sisippi regiment. They were a 'Pii
not do this he,will not be the:man we, and saw the folks wheeling and
the rivers'ot'reform that are pourIng but very soon he himself beginsto set of fellows when they '
; came li
The "first bale" this year was shipped take hi. to be.: We: at.least believe_ whirling in the mazes of the misty
through Pennsylvania from overy shed tears. Even In his most severe I. But alas! the temptation of the |
from Falfurrias, Star county, that. Florida will! be, represented. 111. dance. The old man got. excited and cam
point 'of the compass, and the patty, moods he. is affable and benevolent cousins I have been too much for them
Tex, and brought 24 cents & pound. his cabinet Besides being tried to get a partner! and when the andl
In state convention assembled, last It is said that no one has ever they are all full of all wickedness _
; Bryan and ,.Jennings are. very fast. ladies all refused he pulled off-his
Js Wednesday, got on the. purity hand seen him laugh, and that he sheds Immorality, and are sadly In 'need Mreformation.
Attorney Bryan. of Duval county, friends, and if elected president Mr. hat and went galloping, around ,the
wagon and joined'the? Lmct:Inites, on tears very often. Everyone finds that I would like to fotlf
doing things. He II at least setting an Bryan can.give him a, cabinet position ballroom alone until he galloped Into .
whom was forced a. g'.mdsoa of'that hIs conversation is agreeable and at some of those tracts to !
example to the other: officials 'of", the . 1. with perfect Jmpunity and good grace the arms of a copple of strong men distribute
democrat Jere lilacU, forIlftenant tractive. He is not seen oftenin .
grim .old very amongst them. And if you are WU1
state. because Mr. hasthe
Jennings prestigeof who ushered him to the top of the
-- governor,. as the Berks'Olln.. public, and when he appears he having been elected governor of a: stairs.and gave him a push and a kick I will help you now by distributing IOj

The Saturday Evening Post ,is authority ty cuocrats pronounce it carries himself modestlytChurchmen southern state, although a northernman and he went revolving like a hoop you In this car, while you go into tb. J
has been pertinaciously aslever are endeavoring to establish others.'
statement that Admiral :
for the "cracker" element 1 ,4
by genuine down to the street below. But "truth ''OJ
is the best dressed man in ated, and plausibly maintained, thatIn the authenticity o*- the writ- .n'' "The colporteur pleased with tit
Dewey and to have received. such crushed to earth will rise again." ; !
Washington City. any year when national issues were Ing because of the important testimo- honor he must have possessed'eXtra.- He rose and stood. with his .'back manner:,of the young man, ImmedIale t ;
stake has not been a real it contains relating to the miracles : gaVe
at there ny qualifications.: His elevation ly him a goodly portion of
ordinary lamp and looking J
against a
declared that thehabitof election ia Pensylvania since 1856 performed by Christ. burden, and 'passed out to his
: David Jiume to a cabainet position, It' seems, to us, Into the faces that were gazing down, Iab6rj
seeing the bright side ot things when her vote was cast for James receive favCrable'crtticism.. in another
would. : only said: "Gentlemen, be ableto car.o""i
you may
was worth more than ,* thousand Buchanan for: president of the United Editor Collins of the TallahasseeTrue During Mr. Jenlnngs': administrationof fool folks but can't fool "The then commenced .th ,
1 some you
Philadelphia and Allegheny Democrat, is puzzling the' members ; :
States; work of distributing. To the first:
pounds a year. the affairs of state 'It'can not be
I know kicked down
county. were lust given, the wink and of the I. Y. fund. He is getting in- ,r me. < why' you, me o'r passenger he came to he said 'Here;
denied but that he an exceptionally
them stairs don't want
-t An exchange says; "Don't imagine the requisite republican majority was formation of the doings of the board 'excellent executive, and 'it is' ; you me up is.a tract on "The Way of Safratioa J
there that's the reason!
-t: that every sad-eyed woman you meet forthcoming. However, this story Is without asking fQr the Information. claimed by his partisans that he was A gentleman, asked. an old politicianin : That my dear friend I am surest. :

has loved and lost. It's more than of democratic parentage, and doubtless Editor L'Engle, of the TallahasseeSun the "best governor Florida ever had." recent heated campaign how he need, for we have all need of salva-|

i likely! that she .lored and got him.** > it was concocted by the-profane, says that Editor Collins Is per Why Tan not :he then' be given a a tion. Take :the tract and read It, dl
running. "WelL sir the old
was politician
for we may: be' sure that among the forming a feat hitherto not accom- I am sure it will do you good' >
cabinet position? said, "I will tell you a story to
: The whole thing seems to resolve democrats of Pennsylvania .there',are plished by any newspaper man who "Passing "to the next One he i

itself into this: Persons interested in a few "vagrom _men;"' "but God is to has liyed or died. And yet Editor I Col* PRESS ASSOCIATION NOTES. illustrate how I am running. ,An old 'Here is a tract on "Repentence.

the dol&fis of the state administration be worshiped, and all .' men are not llns Is performing the feat. We heard -. ., Texan was. telling the preacher in my friend look like a serious -.

mwt take John' Collins' paper, 'the alike." a politician once say that there ,was Brother Powell -Is hummer. ," his town of his narrow escape fromdeath You look as if you nee dthe IJlQjctj

Taitehassee True Democrat '.. Pennsylvania Is &great tate. immensely more ways to kill a snake than by The nextt meeting is to be held in in a cyclone. He said the cyclone ion that is contained in these page f

:::.. -_._t_ .___- .. '. i rich and full of' plum, trees. cutting, ,off. his talk Perhaps. Editor Key West *, :" ,-- caught him up' in the field where hewas They are written for just such as yo-11

; post&ftfrtfrr CorteJjrou has issued an I Just now reform ifc a'fad :ln Pennsyljvanla Collins has discovered this 'secret : The attendance .:wassmall but plowing: and, whirfed him far pinto Take the book and read it cafefiH/|?

*It is ."catch- ,_' -- I only,as to numbers. ", the air, and he was accompanied
j- order rescinding the order requiringthe and Philadelphia.! and may you profit by its instructIo ;

I patrons of the free rural.delivery ling," and everybody.has it,'especially Florida newspaper men rare gener- 'As hosts B th rs'Harr s and. ', Bit,, by trees and'. houses and. planks and "Thus he passed on to sev rar otfetpass"

to fumlth their own postoffice boxes. ., the bosses.. ously indorsing Editor Frank Harris, tinger can'lt be beaten. .. I ,: cattle and thuies-'som times they gth. At last he held up' ie

: i ,,- l r i But plums will be ripe after Awhile, of the Ocala Banner for Florida's next :I The "Brick" City" did ;the' square. whirled by him ,and; sometimes he tract .and said' "here is one eiiU. |.

*."Florida.** wys the TImesnI i.r I and your Pennsylvanian is ravenously governor but: the preponderance of !thing by ,the, "gang.", ? whirled by them but the cyclone let The Dying Thief: what shall 1'< '

: 0' a law agamooi1y.\ The ., I' The papers read. were, as a whole him down a. 'mile'awaf intd another .
fond of plums.. public sentiment 'continues to point !1 with It? Then looking over the pai
information filed against the ice trust -; of : field IDlscath dari& without a scratch <
of high
to'Senator Crill as the coming'man.St. an, exceptionally sengers he called out 'Is there

In that city. was. quashed, by Judge 1 I The above from the Washington Augustine Record. merit. ., ... upon him" The' old< preacher looked Quartermaster. aboard?' No oaff .. .

Call purely on technical grounds. I Post shows a condition in the northIn most interest to solemn and said: "Now, John; you" area
Either would sound good, but as The question pf swered. of course. 'Well,' fie sail t .
-' .. II -methods which should" si- sinner but 'don't* believe'the .
1 election Brother Russell and Sister Chllds is, you "
stated heretofore, since the Issue of 'will put it in my p'ocketand givi'
A lot was sold on Franklin .street'h lence all criticism' about southern the "wsa that fruit punch spiked?" Lord was with you In that cyclone?"
present governor has been everglade to the conductor when he
In Tampa the other day for $32,000* methods which the'north' has so delighted Brother Powell I 'says it took :450 "1 don't knowVhether was1 ornot,'" toTS:,
damage we are hoping to tie to through; Perhaps he needs It,' aa
That II clUnbjng Fifteen to. ( saW John but if he : ,with1' hewaagoin' "'|:i
yearsto was
1 .some. to give publicity me, "
i-. H the man who will also have an. Issue, pounds ".g'. type metal to set up our '* went on soberly with "his good wori'j|
I $ it could have been bought. fop and, that, Convict Lease System Reform. "pome," If'we had o'nly' had the pleasure some. .' to the Intense edification of the 'J pal::1!
tiH. 9' William Jcnnfngs 'a"ryan W'til Accept'Nomination. pf acquaintance with '* Many reasons are given by men for. '
_ '. .-Orlando Reporter-Star. an thegeni! ; sengens."-Augusta (Ga.) Register ;|

1 Gllchriat, will i -.-. al'and versatile, editor of the .IndV, entering the field of politics,. but it.
We hope that General
An ignorant fellow who, was about, .pendent, when we' wrote 1t, it would Is quite' probable 'that the main read, > .1,4'.,
1 hue a pleasant trip Abroad. It will Former United States Senator Jas. actuaCes '
to himself have taken at )least 120 pounds son hem"aU is con-: "i- .
get married resolved to make note..
i net. be. loBe before. trips to the, "Old K. Jones, of Arkansas, who was chaIr- '
tained In the story of the doctor and :
World will ,be quite the thing for. man of the democratic"national committee perfect in the responses of the' Several of "The, Old G lar: -( vrtye the HAU :
marriage service, but by mistake he absent-and were greatly nilsse4.There's baby. W Um:1
} 1&rl hfs campaign for the presidency. in
I A Jersey man who was Tfined: 50eeats 1 riper years. So when the clergy meeting not graced, and cnll/uiiel by from home all day neglecting her
received letter ., .
189$. and 1900, has. a I the
JI for stealing two kisses should I man asked him in church, ""Wilt thou "Editor George," Frank: .Walpole. "$1 baby sent for 'old doctor to come

; be buffed by Senator Platt for his at-'I from Mr. Bryan in which the nomination he 'announces for' have this woman to be thy wedded mon Pure" Painter, Philip. Isaacs, and see what was' the matter with fOR 11 MONTHS .
that he will accept '
wifer the answered in Frank Mayes, Harry Brown. B. B. it. It was feebly crying"and looked
-I Unapt to lower the price:ApalacM-. tendered bridegroom a
It Is
the third time
I president fqr If ,
cola Times. solemn tone, "I renounce them all" Tatum and Lum.,Sr ith.-Florida pale and sick. The'old 'doctor tookIt .

| to him. The letter is dated June The astonished minister said, "I think School Exponent in his arms.. It ,Immediately began
i i 18, at Stockholm, and is' as fol1ows- to root around in bosom with Terrible! Sore on Ankle Cased4
j "
Lots of those Georgia peaches says you are a fool, to which he replied, open
I "I have been watching political (leI In a private letter to the editor of mouth and the old doctor Suffer Not Slee
the Apalachicol Times that were I "All this I steadfastly believe." solemnly Awful' ng-COuld ? 4
have noted
and grat-
jvelopments J this Congressman Sparkmansays handed back to its mother and said
killed by the early cold are now bringing I paper : Rest Said
: .rue In the markets of j Iflcatlon the vindication. of'democratic. The Times-Union of Tuesday printed : ''I believe the amount fixed will "I am sorry to tell you, madam, I can nor Physician Legt

the ) prices I(principles, YOU have correctly stated Secretary Taft's speech deliveredto give Ocala a very fine building. Of do nothing for the child." The lady Would Have to Be Amputated. 4

: country. my position' As I wrote to' Colonel the republicans of North Carolinaat course, if any more money Is neededI began to weep an4 plead with the doctor i -J:

_ It dot'steern. if half the-reports are I Wetmore," I shall do nothing to secnr Greensboro, Monday night, In fulLIt dare 'say It can be obtained at the to save it. But the doctor shook .1

t tree that if men must be-murder ; another nomination and do not want sounds the keynote to the next campaign proper time: The main thing now is his head solemnly and said: "I repeat CURED BY CUTICURA

c Stanford White represents the'type of.lone unless the conditjonsseem' to de- and the Times-Union conferred to'!get the building.started so that we madam I can do notdlng 'for the childIt IN SIX WEEKS

i man. that can as well be spared by j mand it I may add that -I enjoy the a real favor to its readers by .doing can have 1hl1 benefit of the appropriation is hungry.'*" "
the world as any.-Courter.JouniaL 1 I freedom' of, private life and feel-that so. The speech will be read with in- at' as early a date as possible." > 1-

,L !, I can do some good without holding terest.. Now the next, thing, to be', done. 'Is, to Should 30. Cents Stand tin the ;Way of: 'j ** I had a terrible sore on my atiia...

with fat'chtl full of ;any office. Justice? and had not walked for elevek"months.
Armed a proxies I "r- find out .how to begin and .then, begin. ; any
I Napoleon B Broward governor; of i "There' however,'certain- 're Once the cry was. "all roads led to ; '. I tried-nearly everythoj: :.

Florida lea for New York Saturday' forms which-f 'would like very much Rom" Now it is "all roads lead totne' The editorial on the raising of Man- Leon county still pays the board without any benefit and had a doctor Ha,-

night to attend the meeting of policyholders 1 to see accomplished, and to' assist in Panama canal.".As Apalachicola Is golian pheasants in the north end of bills of Caldwell and Larkins In, the but said he I didn'tseem would have to to do any have go9&my,l5&js:|

of the mat insurance compa. "accomplishment' .of *these reformst.am the nearest point to the Panama canal, Brevard recently published }In the Advocate Duval county jail, and of course Sheriff taken off, and that I would never walk '.1

ntH of the t'nlte.4 States. tIt willing to'become the party candidate -, except Key West everything. coming has been much, copied. In the Brown Is a gainer thereby. Wonder again. I suffered awful,and at night ::1
If when the "time for I could all I though 4:
snot at
agaIn how long 1- sleep
our way or will be coming before Florida newspapers. The. scattering. of our people. will stand.
iI pays to read't&e advertisements. [nomination arrives, the- advocates otreform long. Get In on the ground floor and 'these, pheasants la Brevard county: such injustice without registering a there as I: began was no to rest use for Cuticura me, but Soap as sooa and..i!

of enterprising ,'' howe m rcants. (i are in control of the party-and prepare to meet the new order of means much more 'sport for hunters.. holy and righteous kick?-Tallahassee Ointment it commenced heilingnicelY.

They are the people who make it*possible think that my candidacy will give the things.-Times. -East Coast Advocate.Private Democrat. I bathed the ankle with warm water'1

_ to have conrtDlences right av! best assurance of'victory. If some one The governor Is deserving of great and Cuticura; Soap and. then applied ..:t
seems available I shall be Cuticura Ointment to the affected
: your door so to speak. else more Bishop Chandler believes ,In "the Secretary Lob will ,soon retire censure because of his action in the part, and laid a cloth over the son

even better pleased. old-time religion." The bishop while to_ the..shades. of Oyster Bay and. case of these poor, ignorant negro s. to hold it m place. After two weefcj ,j

The movement towards Bryan seems, "I --need not assure you, that I am not refusing to accept advancementIn try the virtues of the "simple life" fora Instead of waiting to investigate their I could walk around in my room reel, .1

I to be spontaneous 'and very generally more interested In seeing our principles most things_ is still 'fighting the season,' in preparation for: a further case, and reprieving them if there are good, and in six weeks' time my ankte 1
triumphant than I am in the per was entirely cured and I was waBuBf J
I tmtalmous. It was not made up. sonnel of the ticket The country devil at the old'stand and with the struggle: with the republican grafting, mitigating circumstances, or pardonIng around out of doors. I am enjoy 'f .tt

There were no forces behind It. Like same kind of ammunition that was accepted politicians next December.We them if they are not guilty he perfectheaIthandhavegonetowOtand !

_! Topsy. It simply "growM." needs to have Jeffersonian democracy by mankind years ago. We ought to hang them at once and save feel as well as I ever did in my 14 1 f
applied to all of the departments of I so I know that the Cutieura Remedies
.. agree with the bishop.-Ex, hope Ocala's capitalists will the thirty cents.a day which the state '
state national are the best ia the world. i
-i- the government, and ,
Horace his
Greeley, on deatk-bed consider the proposition to build is paying for their keep.. The state of
a \
content to make this Cuticura recommended to me'
and I.am help was
exclaimed: "Fame is vapor, popular. The entire. state will Florida
Yours congratulate trolly line from Ocala to Silver Spring is too poor to pay out thirty by a lady who had used it when h* "' :

I ItT an accident riches take wings, application. truly, Gainesville and Ocala and Fernandinaon and Lake Weir. Good roads, too, to cents a day while the guilt or innocence baby'sbeadwassofuUofsoresbecOUIinot

_ those who cheer today wilt curse to "W. J BRYAN., their good fortune In securing these places will help along' in making of these.negroes is being deter lie down. ,She had to set him\9 j"

I morrow. Only one thing endures, and from congress appropriations for Ocala a great interior winter mined., What is the life of two igno- in her arms to sleep (signed) It-

that U character!" Senator Pettus, of Alabama,. 86 public buildings. All are representative resort rant negroes as compare with ,thirty Y9flersonJ Louisa U.Va.AprB'I'

years old, lawyer, soldier, politician, { 22,
Florida cities, with a representatlve -- cents a day? The state could better afford -
The Tampa Tribune says that Bryan says if he had 'to live his life over :
_ Florida citizenry and, deserveall The editor of the.St. Augustine Me to'have the reputation of hanging TREATMENT

_ 4 and Watterson will be the ticket. again he would" choose the"high callIng I the good fortpne that may come to teor wants to' trade an old Washing. -murdering-two innocent blacks, COMPLETE

u4KwWbeonetoothatthewholeeetry of a farmer.. The drift of young them,-Bartow'
Courier-Informant. ton hand press for a Hoe perfecting rather than pay out thirty cents a Consisting of Cuticura Soap
will be proud of. It will electrify men is away from the' farm; it is difficult .
Ointment and PillsMaynOwbehadforonedollar.
machine of advanced type. Don't all day! In effect, this it what the Democrat
all lections. for them to see its .attractions.butas A democrat up in Illinois has been AsWP":. .
I speak at once.-Palatka News. says. Perhaps the people of the .
c they grow old and have engaged tn convicted of selling his vote, and is I stafe, L e., the people with b ood'In set is often sufficient to cure th$mow .1

i We are afraid Governor Broward Is the struggle for wealth or place or form accordingly disfranchised for "the rest I If the. gubernatorial candidafes"- be their veins think otherwise. torturing, disfiguring itching btirn D&' tJ

t 1U late ,la forming his alliance re subsistence in other occupations of. his life, and required to spend a required tomake tour'of -DeLand and scaly humors, eczem&srasheS,1t "
: a Europe the Weekly: News irritations with loss of hair from infancy :
: wtth Tea Lawseo Tom seems to have the independence 'of, the :farmers life meditative term in Jail.-Pensaco1aJ list will be'considerably: reduced. But .to age, when all other remeda_:.1'

aked, dfepped, out of the "public. appeals *to. them. .' greatly.. -Miami Journal. And what about those republIcans.who"bought'h1s'iot it.is'not:)necessarily. a part of theprlmazy' There will .be 44,000,000'behlnd the and even., the best physicians fail
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tfe tfews. : CuUcars So.p OIeat,ID4 rma..N t o1
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;:, "nisi,; : d J Senator* t-, from Florida- SpiritsRemain: Firm ,at 5714 Cents. Mean' the Saving of Billions! 'to the

VTh3t 'Nebraska, Man Can S'outhif',: Properly Fostered by the
Thougl spirits turpentine have been
.Roosevelt Now. United States Government
'i:p- i f"'! generally quoted .firm at 57 "'-4 cents
;' '
.''for'., :: '" .i... ri, Julj---.9.-;.Oae after ..an'oTtn for the week just past, it was aa'much Special, to the Ocala.-: Banner:

: ;''WBtaera_ "states... are com-' as' a bargain on last .Saturday the Washington,; July 9.-of. particular

_1at 1rBrYfltO; I adtheparty, in tone changing from firm to steady interest to the. South, 'both because of

___ fhesame ,sentiment expressed during o the session. Another day,there. its local application and the,fact that

,_-F'or ,Bafley, 'of 'Texas, 'was was a long''session, of the quotation it- is from the pen of, a southerner i'CfV' 4NNZA

?_iJ'ere by 'Sen for Mallory. of committee before the tone' 'could .be the -article In the current number :

a' agreed on, the'Ideas ranging from dull
for -
: harernalfled over
h .. the- Inter-Nation by Congressman
'.lI i to'attend to department bust- to'fin L. It was finally! quoted firm. At .Humphreys, of Mississippi,. setting I TO GET THE GENUINE ._
times the demand
was ,good .and all .
}:>> forth in a large way the necesity both _
.7.: Jennings Bryan should offerings found a ready sale while on economic and financial of national
'i 1Iam- : a
: '">: uibe- the' standard-bearer 0 ofiTraUc more than one occasion the market : scheme of improvements for our I- RED ROCK GINGER ALE
': party .in the contest gave of wobbling was waterways as means of transportationan' .

;:presidency In '1908"' said Sen- not an unusual thing for "offerings' to object which is being earnestly !: _- ----_- __s. '
be carried over from the late
_ ; &florT.;: sought by the organization known as -
': indorsement of and on one such occasion a bid of
',lwtth the the National Rivers and Harbors Con

,;.Wseyeral state conventions, the' I I 57 cents was, declined _the situation gress. 1U Always look for the Red Rock Crown Stopper on
4 next day however being such as to
: central committee of That such ot'our
!(state development bottles. That is
Justify the action of the factors. The IkL1 YOUt'gual'antee of quality
1- ;"has 'espoused''his' cause, and waterways has been sadly neglectedin ; your ___

< s"i$spoke for the entire party, receipts for the week were considerably the past, to the loss of the shipper assurance that you get a, pure Ginger i

Estate.: Not only Florida, but all less than for the same period' ast I and that it Is a subject whose magni -ij- Ale instead of colored pepper-heated jKO, '_

M lUtes':of-the ,south are with Mr; year.Though I I tude makes it worthy of all Interest Is 4. water.
the market has been officially Say TED ROC and "
realize ;- J ( JRE&eCA i .
:Ua.toi.the southern people the inevitable conclusion to be gained1from

t; Irt-Is'an able, conscientious hon: quoted firm there"are some Mr. Humphreys' article. say it PL.qL';" :
1 signs which would seem to indicate iI : INCM&OtO
"; _':__\ffearless man, and that he Even ,the the third rate country of :_ -
IJj iJes'tieir'ideal'of what a public that the 57-cent mark is not far away. Austria has In the last thirty years --; On sale in bottles at all groceries, a % _: f
A repetition of the doings of last week
_.'_-th *.uld. ,be. If he were nominated spent as much in the improvement of etc., and.on draught at ,
and a less ready renewal of the demand $ t
ii'A'" aPInst' Mr! Roosavelt,, I' believeroajdUefeat her 600 miles of rivers as has our gov- ,soda fgunta u. f -
would see the result attai ed. -
'; ., the latteh.Probably. ernment'spent on the Mississippi with '. :' -- *.. .,, t ) _3 ,-
Some of the factors -
were placing their ----
1k ; man who could be nbml- Its 1,500 miles of tributary streams. ,
.t.i holdings on July contracts when the -
o -i d by' the .republican party tworbeice.wouldL While in: .1904, the total international J l 1
demand slack. The stock hand -
't.. : 'be Mr.; Taft, but was on commerce of the world amounted to '.

.t JJr..Ji1 nl'w udw1n.; Today he could.I.Wsl1d made.'a gain, the supply yesteray beIng twenty-two billions of dollars. the Inland LANG, SWARTZ 6V CO. Wholesale Diatribllt ra. Ocala, Fla

; 14,634 casks against 12,614 casks __ 1 ___,___,_________ n
f south,the Rocky mo n.iil commerce of the United States

;:: .'_..... some. of.the .middle, states) I!, for the close of the previous week. equaled that stupendous sum. These FASHIONS AT SARATOGA !proper thing for the' hair, Moire rib perity 'of the south speaks eloquentlyfor

-'r" iOhI and Indiana, New York facts seem 'to prove the foregoing as bons about tour or five inches in the .industry and thrift of her peer
: Rosins held the gains of the previous Linens,' Plain and .Embro'idered Linen
Ek*.Mi: ; l Massachusetts.! sertion. That the shipper has been the width are liked and it is. ,said that p e. With the tariff burden lightened,

,*PresMent: Roosevelt stands for week generally and closed at an loser, and to thetune' of hundreds of Shoes; Lingerie Dresses; Embroidery velvet ribbons o ,will<- be the coming fad. so 'as to produce only the necessary
advance of ten cents on waterwhlte .and Lace-Parasols.
must Thanks 'are due the McCall Company revenue for the government how
U deuiocratlc. principles. He millions is evident from our neglectof ,

,.%(::',1t fh 'credit for doing more to and declines five for cents N and on windowglass M and practically, with our natural means of transportation. Special N. Y. Correspondence- : makers and designers of'fashion, much greater would have been her

:.. .brisk 11Pc't1i&power of 'corporations .- Congressman Humphreys cites for handsome illustration accompanying material prosperity. The numberless '
; the same prices for' the remainder of The extreme fashionist at Saratogaor '
'?;'. po1c than ,any other 500 states- the instance of recent freight of 58,000 this article. millions extracted from' pockets of
the list.'There were some fluctuations elsewhere is clad in linen from top
{:\-o his.time,'but' he could not 4 -. tons of coal from Pittsburg to New white and black alike would have
in the mediums, though this was nar- Great Prosperity of the'South In Spite
.t MMr'BYA:: great many people5Sftff Orleans at a cost of '$18,000, as compared to toe. Her hat.is of embroidered linen been aded ,to- the further'improvement, .
:;; In the late of xatiori. *
"' row.: trading yesterdaybids 'ofEn rmous T
::-,'" old not Vote'for'Mr. Bi'ya.n'-In 1896 to $180,000 a*'sum ten;times as (in lingerie shape. the crown encircled of her fields and cities and under. such U T'

:.): levehewas"defeafed by Irion'ey," were somewhat widely apart, one great which would have been the cost greater freedom,her growth and greatness -
| aab buyer taking no less than three lots by bla k/ ribbon velvet with a The ,address of Festus J. Wade be- '
I W'?.vld'vote''for' hIm now." by 'rail-surely strong'evidence that It would be the wonder of the-
at entirely different prices. Some large bow at the front. Her dress is fore the. Tennessee Association of
:":00.-, .'' t.- Is time for the shipper to' act, 'and world., _T
: disposition was shown to hammer the perfectly .white, .either with bands or Bankers pointing out the enormous Increase I

'f. fkJL,, : KILLED BEAR., higher, gradesthough board figures .' assist the National Rivers and Harbors eyelet; work; around the; skirt: and at, i in the n-a'de of the south and We'do
< not but that Governor -
; deny
i-1 t.; ;., were given endorsement In some of Congress in its campaign for such each side of three broad tucks or l the exploitingof its natural resources:
; Broward is the' "friend the
: His Skill as 'of peoIe"Why
;:?awlM .Hopkins'Proves increased appropriations as will enable -
plaits which form the center of the makes an extraordinary and wonderful
the bids. .., should
} % shouldn't he be? Why he
!"...f: ;t;: a As compared with last year prices him to reap the benefit of the opportunities front, or if fancy. dictates, blue pink, showing of the Increase material -
: ; j; '. \ be the enemy of the people? But rather
his door.
which' lie"at very
:> !< lavender brown linen southern states have!
'a' f last show a material gain fromthe bottom or may replacethe wealth. The
; F HopkIns.Tr..retumed than keep howling this continuallyit
JI For six The deepening of the New .Orleans white,. similarly .orn mented. and made this, great progress although '
where ,he has to the top of the; list. the
:;.. .. .Ankpna harbor has resulted In the saving of would be infinitely better for ,
< charming little Eton completes the handicapped by the weight of tariff '"
of grades the difference is sixty cents a
'lr.:* uperintending. the. shipping papers that have fallen into' this .habit
millions to the southern shipper saysMr ... '
"/0' is cents costume. Her ,shoes also of linen protection which has plundered her -
He while the smallest gain fifty are
: :ij f .>pineapple> :crop:. at his pinery. to specify the benefits the .governor
Humphreys. ,
colored and ribbon of hundreds of millions of dollars -
stripes a people' ;
the hide of and the. largest seventy.five cents. with gay
bas conferred the
: kought pack. !VJth.)1im upon people. Everymart
"The water the
deep over jetties,
- '. The domestic, trade was the supportof bow is on ,the instep. The parasol is without any corresponding return.
1 b$ Iack: bear ;which, with; twq comie. he "which the that we have Interviewed on the
. says permits great of white embroidered linen with or All the south buys is increased in
: evening .the.market last week, the exporters J has
-$1o ,., killed ,Saturday; subject says that if the governor
T:..::\n ,, .r, weighed-.between four and'todredTpb taking ,comparatively small blocks., freighters out with to come twenty-four,up tne river tho sand and without, a mixture of eyelet work .1 I(I price on an average of 47 per: cent, benefited them they are thaware. oft
- I week go Oval or'r und. insertspf heavy lace which statistics show is the average
Theoutlook for the coming '
de- st''the
e : dSv It _owes its and that their taxes are j
in the bales of cotton Instead of six or eight at intervals on the skirt- and on ,the increased cost of living since the republican l ,
seem' h. be for a decline ,
tflon for would
.> .<:i o; Us, weakness. turtle the freight by dollar same; and it Is the, few and 'not the;
duced ocean one _
**'' advised higher, grades. the mediums having short jacket is another way Of trimming tariff was imposed in 1897 to ''
The who were the govern&'r'sfriends
: one ollar many even among
duced tae ocean freight bY'
-' thepredatOY habits of ,brain by also been bid up to such an. extent as handsome linen suits- and both protect the trusts,. hardly any of which who'have'received official recognition -
- .o : ( half bale We about
a' a export
rival each other on'the piazzasof combines located within her -bore .
. and the to make their situation 'somewhat pre- styles are his h nds. When and'were hOw
{ the::footprints, ,ln the. .sand, : or' million' bale at'
. eight a
$ yearj
"." seven hotels. The most elegantand ders. her staple has no I -
leading Cotton great
carious. :1
..P4J', seil'stJessrsC< F, Hop-f ; ; thus ten' these great benefits of the governor
saving some or
" '
" linen dresses view could 'it have if the '
expensive on protection; nor
1'edSaeger.. ,and Cliff White twelve-mu-1 'distributed to the people of this
':- Saturday: a. m.-Spirits firm at 5714cents lion dollarsannually: to here are :shaped skirts ornamented south was. to have the making of the
i. over,to beach: opposite vAnkoMSaturday state? We pause for an answer, Pleasedo
farmer ''of the uth.' 1 think 'we .
s can I'
. '" afternoon' .:pld/tatloned ,;, receipts, 8803sales; 43U: with} ,floral" designs. of, handembroidery tariff schedules,- for the surplus, 'after not an speak at once. "

"- Rosin tlr.m. at following prices: all agree' that the great harbors alongour sometimes measuring six or'seven supplying the United States is sold in I f-

,efu"Uie.r' branches .of<<; ,a tree. WW 5;'. WG; '$t 5ri4.90.; Nf $ ..65@ seacoasts deserve'knd1 should receive inches across.. Waists, contrast .with 'the world's markets 'at the price the .
r a& long to jwalt for the Florida has ihariy attractions, 'but
) pot i
; ur''very generous aid. Every
$4.67 1-2; M $4.60; K, $4.5 @4.6Q; I, the skirts in heir,simplicity, gathered foreign spinner is willing to give. The '
his: mm1Ieaad -- \ the and pearl xxf them all Is
die, app aranc ew farmer tfie: J 'interested In'th crown
in is
j when it got within $4.45; H,, $4.40fG: $$4.25,; F\ $4.20; E, ; land full at the,front, with aY.of real Yal protection to her,;few sugar and rice her incomparable climate.. So 'genlalan' ,
/ $4:05@4.10: D '$l.S3,9OCBA, ,$3.55 m, as we have seen, because what mak.
; ; lace., planters Js a curse to her people, as5
is it In
that winter
range the. .guns beganto- playLThefirstshot ,
: @3.60. Receipts. 2,307;. sales, ,. 2563. we export'is very largely the product Ungerie ..dresses are the only ones ing them pay double price for those 'in'summer Invalids *
,knocked the bear well as even can
Savannah Navel Stores Review. of the farm. with those of thus to'add to the
; that dare to compete necessities helping
'r'.i ,
., It-sqambledito: its ,feet and Just as' Mr, Humphreys' argument live an outdoor life, breathe the pure:
linen former possessing the ad increased cost of living,of all her'peo
the and have' the health4 of I'
it air
- .. fectly under the tree where harbor bracing ,
to improvement, so
State Insane_ Asylum. vantagehowever, of being suitable pIe. The tariff, on lumber mainly protects -
It. a short their youth renewed. The climate' of
: : easy; target. ran does it to.the1 improvement of rivers '

,. nei 'when. another shot bowled, Under date of July 9th. Mr. H. Dove and no, community" 'is so' far inland for evening whereas the supremacy I a, few, northern Umber'specula.- Florida Is unlike that of any other
: of the, linen ends with the early Afternoon -toTs that have, invested in her forests state In'the Union. Not only is It deflightful
,'r l gaIn andjhis. time it ceased sends the following slip to that it would not participate in the
......_u....... Allison hours., .Many ,lingerie dresses, are and plunders every one that builds in winter but In' summer as

.t c7ki1sWII1! : :have the hidew1l1eep this paper. and requests, its. publica- I gains of the which national advocates scheme .of in improvements behalf -- exquisitely beautiful, always: princess, and all that, rent by adding to the cost well, as the sea" breezes sweep the'

--# $ "and it' as atrophy tion:. j Rivers' and, lace insertion. is ,a "requisite jn of building. entire state In' all seasons'::-;East I
of the National and Harbors i '
beaten bringing about exactly: : the desired out- With the tariff, burden laying, its Advocate '.: .*
oC,* first bear iunt-'St, Augustine At the asylum I was choked, ss. '. Coast ; T '
; 'Congr .
: T'r, lines. Some styles consist of a wide heavy hand on all her people the pros- > .
1Reord in
.- the head and face stamped ,
over Certainly, In this, the 'age' of trans
flounce of eyelet embroidery 'with a ,,- .: 1
; _- and r.: :
'l'j' :, : kicked repeatedly
the stomach, 'has been .
it called
portation as t'cp
; Reward for Negro's Capture.fBt" mistreated and as one of band (to match) above then a. third ...,.. :ft .. }. ; '. .- v ,, :
facts stand out clearly in the light of
band near the waist.Shirrings or L ,
"J hell '
'the attendants put it "you caught article
Congressman Humphreys' :
: the fullness and the .
tucks confine ,
the -
ca1a Banner: had ': ;
I then
for three days. first, that natural regulation of the
I r'F1a."Juli JO,-There is still better told the three villians I was by of yoke and sleeves are combinations of ., '
price of transportation means
:. 0; '.en.b. '.excitement, here. over,the not insane, knew everything that had waterway improvements will prove lace and embroidery.. Colored silk. .,c J .

r. murder. which / occurred on before eyes, and defied slips are very: generally wornunder .1 ;_. ; '
passed my regulation and
superior to artificial ,
: ._ u: X named A T, Blue the lingerie dre.ss. and are certainlya. -k&a
to>. .. "negro r ,. them to lay the weight of their hand second that the shippers 'of the United {
-: '* (1): st ti : killed his wife, arid The sixteenth: day I had very attractive addition. J'S .; ( .c.
!011'me: again! States cannot longer 'afford. to neglect '
; ifI' .,,since, been eluding the of&- the worst chill and lever I ever had the opportunities Jot,cheap transportation Other styles show" elaborate spraysof 1
, : citizens who have been hand-embroidery.and lace insertion
on around nearly
=: and was kept dragging to be gained from the plan
- .f: < 1)ut for hfm. The. people. of hours before I was allowed to improvements I r the lower edge, of the skirt a wide .. ,.
of national waterways
,' :tit} iaaalty have ,offered a're,ward I ruffle traversed in all directions by ." -
go to bed. for which the Rivers and'-Harbors '
{ tff:. Congress
v. of the sldrt and to, the.
.: upper part _
occasions '
different :
the floor on
f! :Senator'. Crane Marries "t to LAWRENCE. shoulders while the embroidered' designs ,, ,,
.; :. : :;ti>f' t, '. i_ -' otherwise mistreated for no' offense ; ; ,
are placed on squares' or: triangles ,
:, A ter-bj..the-Eea July10..- at all. and those in the rough rider No Florida editor can now opposea with .
insertion an.
formed by the
f "Cian married here today toP department are abused in so many single thing that Governor Browardis handsome" one at the centerof v1I.f

;i : OSePhIna, ; Boardman. They ways that they are made to feel that known to favor that he is not called especially T.

"::}. : d the\summer* here 'and re- those in charge care no more' forthem down bjr the govern r's organs' as being the waist. lI stratlC1. \J/j Jjf1
K Wte/Wasliington; : to take ,tap. their than if they' were wild beasts. owned by the "corporations." Saratoga is .tie stronghold'o of- the

'< ene. In' the, fall There are numbers that. are. not .in- These little 2i4 editors are attempt- the substitute for the. / !' .
' .n oarasol. being -
_, '
i 1T but are kept mere oy vniainson : 4jJ4.
sane lug to gar' the other members ofthe
: ..>'' ...j._;:r4a'bA, ; one county that Js.either .the outside-many are worked like press and would have "free hats on strolls to the springs. Con- 4 '

r;: :-: & !!..::than, Rhode Island or convicts. I was' worse than murderedby speech" suppressed and the "freedomof gres Park, or in the streets shaded by
trees with, which this place 0
beautiful ,
3 ;:. .! r. ,::and Rhode Island is the people at Live Oak, who put me the press" an unknown; article in
verandas at morning
: f,the' Senate Aldrich legal trial! I was abounds, on
-- through. there without a Florida. "IflJf"tt
',' e people of Rhode Island would treated so bad, by the attendants .that 1 concerts. Pongee, silk, hand-painted -, fr:

l' f f Pt Stin, t1an'withln a year It they i the' authorities wilfully misrepresented To accommodate the' people who chiffon and even lace bow linen.before the '

"::' "'iforced'' to live on the products my condition in their letters,to my come to Ocala shopping. we'make special prestige of embroidered Some -' : ,

',: i. ;:Produced in that state.duref friends. This illegal imprisonment efforts to have our porter gatherup are ,comparatively simple, others very

--:.-lIc}ttIm:;! hUe nough'could, beth with. those misrepresentations knocked their packages and take them 'to elaborate. Open embroiery folks.and is also I / I

*- ,' { ; fertile lands of Ne- me out, of the best crop and best the trains. Meals served in time for used by many fashionable ,
of brocae and chiffon, or
I 91feed and clothe the whole year's work! I ever had costing' me all trains north and south so that I combinations -3'3'1ii
of black and white -
f ,.. !"jEng and have goods"to fully, $1,500, .and nearly cost my life guests need not 'hurry for fear of be- tasteful mixtures in

.. )-8ewhere." ." Yet AldricH is king also' at different times. This was_the ing lefU The Montezuma hotel. 7-8 3t which seems more than acceptable : '

q rest of life spent for others..Governor I every epartment of fashion. : d
tjffbraska.as well as the climax} : ,to a ;

-- d will continue'to be asJiefliyes Broward has been in possessionof The speakership of the Florida .leg Questions Answered. '

: : and the people vote the facts for two months, and as islature'does not always lead to something Belle SU J.,Even if your teeth are i' 4i\ -
vubl1cs X ticket The moral of far as I know, has done nothing' to higher. Cromwell Gibbons Is not perfect In form they add to '

story; is that you ought to correct those evils. My letter "To' the now captain of a Jacksonville military your .attractiveness: and comfort.Always if. 1 \\t, fl\'t\!
--.--, -Dt&nd vote *er straight,-Inu. People of Florida,"- and 'FrellmlnaryReport. company and,General Gilchrist will attempt you care for them 'as you -4H;
brush them before retiring using -
-T; Ofl1lj Neb, of Last Legislature Committee I to recover.lost ground with a

; _.;;____-_- will be mailed to 'any one on application trip 'round a portion of the earth.- i a good antiseptic liquid, which

Air" Line railroad Is to me at Live Oak or MI- Palatka News. will penetrate and sweeten every crevice 0 ,

.- ;_- i coal chute just; east of the am!. I.Intend to do my'duty regardless and make your gums firm and "L

.---- --- Since sa many of Its en- of my own periL I,will give the peopleof General GU hrist"s reception on his !hard.: Never, use acid ,preparations or .. .

*! ROW Burning ,coal this be- .Florida all the facts at the proper return to the United States has not those that. contain grit and wear the ,;.".;\'- .

For some'-months time. yet been definitely' arranged It will jenameL Try Sozodont. It.has'all the '
:: ,have 'been supplied from I however' be a brilliant affaIr Bryanis good qualities and none of 'the bad : ,,:-' '

heS1de -ac'kg the. coal be- :JJoni'Is going to.get alimony--$4,006' all. right out Is:not ', the ,whole ones. v -." : --g 9 '

oardbyh: &' per.annum.: >,. '*, cheese. ,"---1 :! Fannie S., Yes ribbon bowSiare _the, -
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.ft !,-<:.- -!,.""',,'"*:. '<"f.< ro .."'*,".* ="f. "A"<. ""<::-.....--. ::.,:. ,. ;.f-,.,'."-! .. -"' .'. ....... :...:-...:--Jb J::: I I .- and Delicious Picnics Sandwich!?

Y .Y p Written for the Ocala Banner: : Mrs. Ersula E.\\t I i the City of Chicago, The murder of architect Stanford

". S for t"r:,Ow', p: J.. net:i1 lt: &..]J,- fjjeftlthe: 'sands' of'Florida: < I 'Boat White by Harry Thaw creates great -A picnic can-be one of the

tcnic..'craze. ,'.-s..still on. lactleand .: L e CC.yearTagp lac. ... sprig' ;. On the morning of the excitement and public interest but and most delightful of

Grabww Connor country- t:had-sav ed falltt.maneyAd :': t- -.., of 'June;.nineteen hundred ; Florida, according perhaps more on account of the the'

'. ) ;W&.rn'at' :I' thought the thingTo : has lately prominence of the festivities, and it can tmfo '
the fourth of July Jt'wouldjbe.; f death angel came and, parties than owing
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jIcne. l hich ;,was near" 'the. 'Home of go up north and-bny s farm quil soul of Mrs. Ersula Ilg' lumber of the to the atrocity of the deed. The also be a most uncomfortable,
Mr. P L'Dnrisoe.Was.... ,.well attended. : I And ,work with might and main; bee into the beautiful Company. time' when a foul murder sent a depressing occasion.
wu\.a fcvely;.Z"-outingand: ? .was/twoked Get- rich as Gould or Vanderbilt beyond, where the soul strange thing twill of. horror throughout the com A great deal depends X
k lumber .state to do. upon th p
And' then come backagain... ly and all is joy forever,. munity, no matter who was the slayeror where the alfresco entert&bunigf I
seaOn'the knew that the
mortal of Mrs. the ,slain, is unhappily past. held, perhaps even more '

5th there was a picnic at And new I'm, back in Florida to rest in the Anthony about as dreamed smooth as- The punishment of the murdereris geniality of the members upon of the**

thethome' of Mr. Brinspn" .Griggs.. on [ I've learned a lesson_ too- a large number of ut never of the immediate matter of real interest pony: selected but the
most of
Lake\Jumper, and we also learn that .I cannot tell you half the ills tives assembled to be The, story goes that t tie is not an inviting subject the contents of the picnic all
was in Chicago for hamp f'U
it,.too/ was well patronized and that t r And troublesI've, been through. solemn, obsequies... for contemplation. A distinguished you haven't an MI
thos4 .;'who .went enjoyed the day I My pocketbook is Mr T.. The death of Mrs. ) lumber need, Irish orator once said In a lawsuit hamper it is well to especial g 8aS
I lay in
for state purposes ]
TM among'the of oak and And I haven't got ;'a thing : "Of the defendant
green foliage a great surprise to many I be' in this case I. of wooden plates, like the Si

by the/rollings waters of the old ,In- Ta show for all I've suffered since sick for only a short conveniently se" know but little and I am sorry I' by bakers In sending home ones:

dianpiayground.Sijnday...... A year ago last spring. death of her husband she market nearer by. know so much. He seems to be on cakes. Paper napkins are pies'e '
account goes also
July 8, was preaching San- herself to the care of I .. of those fashionable Insects whom -folly convenient and save _!

day,jitjthe; Methodist church. in Gra I had read about Dakota ble children and the I cars 'of white pine has painted and fortuneplumed well as the bother of laundry 'W9rk"lil

: ham lie. Rev 'J. J. Graham of Anthonj With its mighty fields of grain, er/he always performed other stock, some of for the annoyance of our atmosphere; table carryingsoiled i

i .. ifpreachec; an able sermon, in And of the balmy zephyrs fully. She was a good i. the for use"on a infesting where they fly and poisoning or drinking napkins.cups some Some i tum le tt
Corning.. His bearers gave him That were wafted o'er its. plains; ed woman and she Of where they repose. knives and forks and pead i,

.close Attention-' )h.. Graham.;js an, ex- About its gentle showers missed.To excellency comes up Such words appear to apply u- a tablecloti
.. ... pee spread on the grass will
he will be
,eell f r preacher'and we'wish" to hear And pleasant falls. of snow, the seven orphan lairly to Harry Thaw. Milions were necessary equipment comple : :
in the ]lumber cir .
from 1lbD, oftener"Is. And therefore to Dakota accumulated
other grief-stricken ones by his father in manufacturing The sandwich is of

tne9 i afternoon. ;. our pastor; Rev.Cnnnjflgham I made up my mind to go. deep sympathy., : New Orleans Trade because the government, in: de resistance of the course the p

,\ filled the pulpit and Fallen asleep' in "Jesus- the exercise of its paternal policy, Now there outdoor fe ;ti=
are such
gave/ fi 1 one of"his nice sermons. .. I bought a farm and built a house, calm, so sweet! ,; .chose to hold the tax payers while the thing sandwiches legions of at s

Ittl&e 1! afternoon 'before:t preachingchurciiffalrs I sowed my little fields with grAnd At last life's fitful fever ; .Meeting. favored individuals went through that the ordinary that picnic it seems a pif

were';.talked over and.to.JVIrs waited for the zephyrs I their pockets. The father menu sho3|;
content to rest; city council was restrictedhim include only the
attended:. .Claudius. Nix being And the gentle falls of' ra1n. the to an income of hackneyed ham.b. ?!
'' 7 May,, .earth, lie; ; Those present $2,500 a year, boiled egg and perhaps !

; fawaytfored. indefinite. \time,' Mrs.' ..,B," I'didnot.( .:have'ta'saitlong: ;=.< ': _'-.. 'v breast' "" .',-:..:,,;, : :: Chace Owen but this was so far set aside that lie novelty, the cheese as a gjHf' ';
r. variety. The
F. L1sk""win DlntW'M/actng' Sun For .on .pn!< summer'sTday. received 'brta.t.;
: And when the day- dan ; $80,000 to spend annually; ; used for sandwiches should !
day school superintendent. Miss Rebecca There came'a, gentle zephyr along with be at leal.
waking hours the most spectacular and ....
with a batch of a day old the slices l
and And blew house .. .... ____ __ I cut- ,thin-- ***.. e4_
Counts Miss Chris tenia my away. Thou too shalt walk df Vl1Rti"p'rt..v., "' "' "" 4"" .u !?f :
amid J stretch part way ---0----c x.-uuf o auvc *u BJJCJUUUlgthe and the crust trimmed off
it shoid
; It5
Helnemann. were appointed organists. A-bloom in Paradise. square, the election money earned by others, he developed be lightly and evenly
Mr. and Mrs.. Wm. Counts, their I watched my fields of growing grainAnd sinister buttered. _
With smiling lips and was in order, but a contempt for the Olive and tongue ,
daughter, Rebecca, and son, Claudius, figured o'er and o'er thine eyes law and for the rights of others. He also delicious. sandwiches.t i
postponed. Stone
went up to Ocala Thursday, July 5, to The bounteous gain I should hav- In Paradise: its perfect raced a cab through crowded streets olives and chop Fresd
the millage for the ,
seasoning with ;
.-Clo' some shopping. A fold or more. |to the imminent pepper Jif
Thou of
shalt danger
enjoy. all the
then engaged the pounding to a smooth
On the dock at Connor is a' boat The gold for which I'd sell ny grain, For this thy kindly passers by he threw bottles at soubrettes paste. Cnttfcis5
aldermen. slices of bread
?' -without a board or a nail in its construcUon The mortgage I would pay; away.Life's moved thatJt who did not, please him, and one-half with the, and olives butter and r&ri-l

,. except the seats and oar Alas! a hailstorm came forced restaurants and the otter!
endless'peace with to shut at'hours.
mills. Mr. Rob- up half thickly with
lock fastenings. It is a huge log And pounded it away. !I to suit his grated tongue. Ples1.
In mansions '
I bright caprice. Finally he
that together and
it serve in the
usual 1 f!
hewed hollow and into the of v
shape Good courted and married
night, one, mills. a girl For chicken
a rowboat This: boat i.s. about 20 feet The .typhoid fever then came in ONE WHO LOVED and it is on account of an salad sandwich, f
the matter alleged injury mince the chicken *
,.long .and 4 feet wide; and is the prop- And stayed with me till fall, to her that be says he shot down' and season w!J 1
erty of Mr. Henry Mason, who also When shortly Mr. Blizzard came BRYAN'S<- .the next meeting. Architect White in cold blood.The" pepper mayonnaise and fin etr 1 I

is its constructor. Mr. Mason is a genius And made a friendly call CERNING HIS that engaged the plea that White ruined chopped olives. A trace of ODfoliJu1Cf i

at hewing put boats. He brought those pleasant falls of was the election of the wife of the the life and a little lemon juice may be used t
murderer is
Y yet too
of the electric mixture
must not be
Saturday, the ,7th, was grinding dayit snow Hon W. J. Bryan has m indefinite to be commented 01at thin enoo$ j

; Pat Randall's grist mill at Conner. And kindly buried me lowing announcement length. At to run. Almost any sort of saahrtei( i;
any rate it is
a legal
Grinding So deep that week recommended filling is improved by a light seises'ing s
day always brings us in a or more candidacy for the justification
J pre M. ; as an appeal to public of
closer touch with our more distant The sun I did not see. of the sentiment Dearborn of sympathy is too mayonnaise dressing and c hi i
vague, and what is
the ordinances it pad olives which
are stuffed with lit !
neighbors, and we chat and swap favor: now known of the

yarns until the'corn is ready. Those Before the dreary winter passedI "Now that the action of mayor to make the I renders it somewhat murdered man tie bits of red peppers. t

: whom we met and chatted with were: nearly starved to death, state conventions has if the person he of Harry Thaw impossible. Thellife But there is literally no end to'the j f
'. Mr,. B., T. Hull, Mr. W. R. Fore, Mr. And in the spring I gathered up tion as to the political elected on the' first ; as to his wife's further already ruined I fillings that are possible for saciP_ f

Robert, McDonald, Mr. Perry Roberts, What few things I had left; of the reception, I am glad council is to vote I' mus be awaited. It is developments .wiches, provided one knows how fr I

Mr. Jack 'Randall, Mr, John Lowell And so by working on the way.: it must' not, be regarded if there be however, that, this plea is not to clear be prepare them in an appetizing t }!

Mr. Charles Hogan,. Mr. Waingate and At last worn out and warbled, of an endorsement'for the relied on in'court It-has Any cold meat may be run throaftthe i

If r. !I found I' ; taken on the alreadybeengiven meat. grinder-and made' 'doas| !
Cameron myself once more, thank God nomination.. While. I out that Thaw
Mr.. Everette Mills the vulcan had In good old Florida. without se himself vice by deft seasoning. But the &5tji:
compliment paid by the insane, and after claiming that hisdeed |
of the council, requisite is a dainty attractive&esf
Charge of the
grist mill. conventions, I do not was |
justified will
now claim
Mr.. John M. Graham The farm is in the People who are not near any good
of Ocala, same old placeIf pressions as binding that it was so fully unjusttifiable
ballot Alderman that bakeries where sandwich loaves '''
Sunday nit'tiz
spent with it hasn't blown away
his'parents Mr.
upon party of their that
only a crazy man could have -
the be perpetrated be had often
and Mrs. I,. And matter use pound baking *
M. Graham.
Come again, anyone can have it [not prosecute them for it.
meeting of the in making homemade loaves. Sccili
John. If the mortgage they will
pay. promise If they transfer The misfortune
Jupiter Pluvius is in our midst It So my dream of millions left me tions to another; I will.not carried. insanity is about these pleasof tie loaves make slices just the rigti 1

.rains every day. We hope Jupe Pluv And today I am on a soak- lish their letters. To allow.ci'r too late. that they generallycome $ire. The bread should be buttered: t

fi .trill depart instanter. I don't intend to work no more- tion to be regarded Noted Case. Harry's father thoughthim the loaf in order that the slices mar' t
; as an bad
a man to
expend a large income be of waferlike '
thinness. .5
Mrs. Howard B. Hall and daughter Just Hobo till I croak. would be in the first place
special but he did not Mnk
says:;: him Insane Nasturtium
I Opal, of Arcadia, are here visiting her to others who may be he sandwiches are ncve(
Hoskins vs. Cal- would not have left him
parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. M, Graham. I've certainly got experience Other Candidates."I $2,000 to ;and most ,people- are very. fond- -..- iJthem '-;*
; conspiracy suit in expend as he pleased. His
We asked Mrs. Hall about But can't it especially when the flowers er
; t the city of use without dough; have seen the names for dam- friends knew of his .",
$10,000 extravagant habits leaves
Arcadia, and from the answers received Well good-day to you kind friend, mentioned as possible of his are gathered fresh from Dez i
Saturday just as giving $50,000 dinners, of garden. Drop them into Ice water tf
it must be the "City of' Destiny Be mighty careful where you go. among them his 'great i iI
presents of
ready to be jewels to
argue women crisp while
the rest of the luncheon
;; She said: "Arcadia is a lovely o S. Senator Bailey and and of his other I f
a compromise in habits .
but Is
little city; is at the present building who have all 'rendered being made ready. Cut the bread Is: f
o one
to seems to have
accept $300 thought
several in him thin slices and butter: it. Place a thm. I
buildings :in its business portion The best man we have our town service to the party and insane till he
pay all costs. The perpetrated a deed at
and there it activity on all for the general good of the town is |and their claims should be | with this case for which humanity shudders, but for layer of the yellow petals on one pea I
gent leaf between NoW
., aides. The most of the one the slices. .
these new build you will always see on the I The party is entitled to its which his former t
career of
= lawlessness
\Jags ,'in course of construction" Mrs. front seat in the progressive "band able man and the question has been the seems to have prepared him. coning is required aside from nasturtium1lhas a J1g f
sprinkling of
Hall continued, "are being built of wagon." He is the first .one to extendan bility cannot be : When npthing else is salt as the
:' very noted ..law available insanity a delightfully distinctive flavor ot 1 f
concrete blocks open and warm hand to greet the advance. Circumstanc s' experts'
are invoked
principal and
hence, its own if the leaves of the nast
Mrs.. ,Hail's husband .builds these stranger and welcome'him to the best may strengthen the claims with advance fees in
Judge his
pockets turn
are used for Ja:
the sandwich it
-concrete blocks, by contractLast town in the state.: He will resent one of the gentlemen are already convinced
proceedings at that he Is in best to add a little .-
Saturday we ran up to Silver an insult to our town as quickly as the list should be an open It is. said to. sane. The very facts which were be-' Cucumber .

; Springs.on the Winona with Pat Randall he would slur at a member of his own the time comes to choose."I of the son of I fore well known and which never delicious. sandwiches are perfect!
The pt|
who went up with a load of palmetto family. He very politely invites the may add that it .would believed to have suggested to any human cucumber is peeled
being the sliced and put in ice crisp.
water to |
t.. cabbage bulbs., chronic "croaker" to move on. He isever to me to be put in the the death of the idea of insanity, are now brought
They are then
drained v
and laid
< The William. Howard ready to give his on
lay at its just proportion nouncing my candidacy or suit. It has forward as proofs as strong as holy thin slice of buttered wheat crj
-moorings at the dock, and we had the to ,every public enterprise. He talks the certainty of my being a of three noted writ that he was entirely incapable of white bread a little thick mar,

occasion to see and'chat with its popular up, our town at home and abroad and It is two years before the in this judging of the moral very
county. quality of his onnalse is |
put on and the whole cor.ered .
; commander Mr. Hatton believes it is the
Howard, best place upon Gqd'sgreen meets and I am not acts.
-F dollar dam in tne. usual ins.._ mitt.... Sl.nnth@t,:
who said that business : nI --- ----
is fine earth in which to live "
considering and desires a stool and look pretty It must be'said that the actions of slice of bread and pressed down wen.:

the many drawbacks .by the to be buried here when he dies. prefer to be in a position Judge Painter, Thaw were rather characteristic of Sweet sandwiches are not oftet

-, weather: Let us all try and be- like I think
.this man nwrht to be said: the. trained
I'' in the suit, lawbreaker than of the seen in this country, but they art5

\ The William; Howard makes ontrip e for one year and our little city will I think ought to be Judge Carter lunatic. He did not deny that he fired very good indeed for all that. A de '

each week to Palatka, and her take on'ew like'and improve as never what I think ought to be | that all papers the fatal shots, for of that the evidence dons sweet sandwich is made by mil.

freight ,consists mostly of naval before in its history.It advancing in years and
with the suit was abundant. He was shrewd ing chopped figs and dates very be,

tores. two years out of my life be burned: enough to appeal to '
seems to us that the esteemed saying public sympahy moistening with a drop or two of ie .
writer has a letter from Ore time. so much bit by bringing his wife into the
Pensacola Journal has case. on juice and using that as a fiffir J
gotten itself
gon. A sentence within : 'Ss. 1 shall be glad to But
says m there
buried were other
ott, of evidences of Chopped
.. a hole. It has been nuts may make part of tfcfrj
-; mer has just begun, and .I will adIt d, for the names of the calling loudly ica, although every day of it was shrewd foresight. He promptly declined mixture '

will'onllast.; about fifteen days at parties who are been enjoya le:1: shall.be to talk
furnishing the "wherewithal" for judge seal all.,the and asked for the counsel Chocolate sweet sandwiches art
the most. For four 'months the friends in America
it is my of eminent
establishment and continuance previous suits, lawyers; on whom he greatly liked by-children. Put one. -

spring, on the rolling Oregon." "anti-drainage bureau" at Jacksonvilleand of the have met them they will : to be opened ex relied to get him out of trouble. It i cup of grated chocolate, one-half pIt

ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM. free as before to do-what
: court may be said also that his judgmentas of milk and
has into small _
._- persistently stated that its best on issues and egg a pPt
call has never been to lawyers was good, and he took .with sugar to taste and flavor wlt1t
Hon.. Jos; C. .Sibley, ex-democrat answered. Re' When told that Mayor and family left prompt steps to have the best legal lemon or vanilla. well
cently it printed Mix all this ,:
a card from
but now'a.. republican congressman one McClellan was in London, Falls, Ga., advice. In pis crime be
B_ was as he and then thicken :
s; from Pennsylvania King, denying, that he was a con said he had not by standing the pas
heard the
maybe politically he summer. pretends quite
but in '
crazy, his in
tributor to this preparations a saucepan of hot water and alto
all 'wrong,- but is dead right! .In what with the state He'expressed his at The Lodge for defense he
ment that was eminently tug this water to it
v he "was boil When
one of the up.
: he
members McClellan north
says; hereunto had In
appended: escaped fro Geor sane and farseeing.We has
pf the list furnished thickened sufficiently 'take it off]
We have it" If Mr.
located bury railroad
our winter ,home at wreck and said are again confronted with .
St Petersburg Fla.Yhich King was.one, give us the'other names to meet him. spread on slices of bread and bit
has the soft- question whether
on the list Mr. Journal? a man whose life ,ter. sandwich fashion: It is also veer
eft And by the
driest Mr.
and the ,most nearly even Bryan will speak at on the fourth has been devoted to -
way the Journal and folly good spread between slices of orals''
it still "mum"
:;- temperature that I have ever found as to can society dinner of Mr. J. B. and crime is free to
who is 1 indulge in mur sponge cake.Gingerbread.
putting the funds for "His
anywhere.., There up Mr. and
I intend to follow the rMs. Bryan will frightened der as an
|Excellency," as his friends amusement because he i is sure to be popular if]
tatural twnt of my tastes and Inclinations are pleas week end with Ambassador so suddenly can bring to his
y .ed to call defense a_ legion of I
plain Governor Broward. I prepared as follows: Cut In fairly this
the tilted/so
.in cultivation of the soil. I.i i I. ,, Reid at West Park and much to pretended experts who
"'- : swear on the slices, butter them
VIle 01 my most ambitious i I to Italy returning here the front wheels and place between
hopes'pos Mr. J. H. July side' that
Brinson the
who is traveling pays fattest fees, a a mixture of and '
sensed chopped raisins pre-
was that some day I Mr. Bryan will attend damage, fortu-
might be for Rollins.Col1e.ge the large array f learned
Able -was In. Ocala last counsel and a served ginger
to syrup. Orange JI1Al1D.'j
save ;
enough mentary conference.
money to become Mr.
Thursday and multitude of ,
and paid this office hired witnesses. '
a' farmer. I aim a very The lade is also delicious for the purpose. %
to an then
produce will make
I, on my pleasant visit 13esays the a tour of plea of Insanity from such : :
college is a man. in
Florence ".
place every"tropical fruit known to making excellent progress. Mr. Brin- going thence to France and visitors in Ocala such a case is a confession of guilt. Norwood' in McCall'sazine. 31s 1
cur .country *
son went out to Eureka to ,join In What- --- -- Does- -This-- friends Foqrth shopping It is' not Thaw that will be on trial, 7i.

i the celebration festivities were :Mr. but the court: It is
his simply
_grand a question
The Miss tbej
great state of
Georgia which and Mr and Sharpe wilt spend 1
father .J. S. whether
Brinson who there is
has given birth .to such 'men as. Wm. his eighty-sixth celebrated '! "You win have to vote Holder; Mr; W. that a court in New York next six weeks with relatives HtJ"; !

.Ho; Crawford,' .Herschael.y.; Johnson, the pioneer settlers birthday. He is one of ''other-republican." was the ; Mr. J,A.. Smith, millions will convict a murderer who has rodsburg Ky. She will then go to'
to this and whether
Bob Toombs, Benjamin
i ',H. Stephens;' Howell Cobb and The Southern hope..that he would run. wilj succeed in running !position of head teacher at Was1d.ton &-. ;

A .a,long' list of other Istlngulshed games. steel'cars, which railway Is procuring There is a fear in some the gauntlet'of.. appeals ..and petitions Seminary. Miss Sharpe will 'be'.

: = deserves a' betterlfaieithaa1; the little" proof;' are,claimed to be absolute ever, that a number: of to. reorganize for pardon or commutation.-Courier- very greatly missed In Ocala nest,
if L : against both fire and Journal.Immigration.
..".. ,,. "peanut" campaiga-shf/ls ..ow: wit'nessiag" .escoping. These ( tel have discvoered that: there : in the south. winter and it is a matter of great]
: cars
.., 'a .. are made of .
.-"" pressed steel against their voting for a is prospering as regret, that she has .decided to dfe"1Jp' ;
; \: next time,Washington : not sJopt the is tiie' south's. great her kindergarten school in this]
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. O'HARA :CHARGED I WITH, fendant Owing ,the.'outeoni&to..the ... .. .
,THE MINISTERS WIFE. = wIU be awaited with
Interest. He Is well
If Testimony .of Several Witnesses is
sJk _
STORY FOR sonville and has many
'f'A Substantiated Case Will be Serious

::; For Mr. O'Hara-Men 'ClaimIng -, ltThe
3 SUNDAY ] penalty, if
to''Se'. From New Claim
is a.fine of not less.,
They Were Held In Involuntary. more than, $$5,000 or Bilious ? .
1 Servitude Defendant.
4; jI ....poll.- minister- suing The wife of'a lawyer may bean Ig not less than one.. year, '

; divorce, bringing as the noramus concerning 'Mr., F -J. 'O'Hara of & five years, or .-.;- :
... .for, the law and no ; : Hodges only sure cure foi T
:_ side against her that the one will criticise her for It; a doctor's O'Hara was arrested at"Palatka yes constipation and Biliousness

t at him from her spew wife need 'know nothing of medicine, terday by: Deputy United States Mar Editor that is

{......oh Tbile be was exhorting hU and an architect's wife may not be shal T. .J. Bundrlx on a charge of The editor of the I ,and safe pleas-tit, natural
"_ from the pulpit. able to tell a gable from a gargoyle, holding men In the state of peonage, aid

'j, _.,.." reminds one of that which and yet they may be considered or Involuntary servitude. suggested an'

in Kins'David's wife, charming helpmeets for their husbands .- Mr.. O'Hara was brought to Jack- cows running at. large ION'S .
of Bradentown and it
f her lord and master leap- ; but the ministers wife must sonville last night by .the arresting ,llVER ILLS _
da&ci&g before the ark, "de. be above editor struck a snag in
t'i., suspicion In every respect, officer and taken before United States
McGuire, who wrote AND TONIC "fl
.' lta In her heart"a or his entire congregation will demand Commlsioner E. 0. Locke for a pre- : PELLETS
which Is rich piece'of i
a -
'c. like cause produced a to know the liminary hearing.. He promptly en- ; liver
: ..,pM reason why., I Its 'little f thought 'In lazy to 7
;.dm in both women. The Indian., It avails her nothing that she has tered a plea of not guilty to charge Pellets '
land o' liberty to have clean
. 3.... aiftisler may have grumbled 1 no talent for leadership; that she cannot brought against him, and then requested bike the Herald "

-. .jr.S &4ay' morning coffee, oritftaniy conduct t sewing circle or a ladles1 that the hearing go over until paper anarky o' the dayan' t of the body, .

:>:_" *that- i her last year's auxiliary;,, that she dislikes to teach'.In today, In order that he might have and order In tellen the and all the

: 1..m'tit plenty good enough for a the Sunday school or preside over time to consult an attorney and secure Bradentown to ,

;:, ...i at ks wife's age to wear to bazars or sympathise over the woes of certain papers which will have a de Be jabers if arrest he. tries properly ;

..., tad that anyway the people the parish. If she doesn't do all these cided'arlng on his case he claims. one big marshal; less in ctl 1' \ ? :
r t. a to see her bonnet but to things and do Jhem cheerfully and* The continuance'was. granted by ,
ty and some windies ,
I yretcb: and Kink David well she Is marked for criticism, and Commissioner Locke, and the defend -J I
office to pay for. Me c
It Jl Direst, AS equally pleasant the next thing she hears Is a whlspetto ant held under bond in the sum of "
animal an I bad ,one:. -
k: ... .i4eaI'bis. wife's frivolities the effect, that poor Dr. Longtex Is $500. This was promptly furnished the ould country, ,
t; IptKtftel proclivities. So that whenpuiteod so wretchedly handicapped by that and the prisoner released from cus- ,
also hint t'
.. up IB the pulpit and I Ill frivolous wife 'of his. today.. The hearing is set for 11 easy
they can milk me cow
[ '.. virtues that be did not prac- There Is not a little minister In any o'clock this morning, at the officeCommlsioner /)! : ? Tr eat-
I ter out of th' cream;
I '.. .....Ui* other so far forgot pulpit1 the land today whose congre- Locke, in the federal fails I
vice for democrat
a ,
l t=II to i dance -with all his might gation does not expect his wife to bea building, on Hogan and Forsyth I '
} poker I'll reek
,,.IiWtbe ark" the wires of their synonym for all the: virtues that a streets. '
who gave it if anybody
r j.s ;CQIl4'DQt stand It another minister's wife should possess; and Assistant United States District At- .
an I'll get one o'
- j Tl ": Oat brought her lord to somewhere It .Is written that the torney Richard P, Marks, will probably out //7
an' throw it in some .
l4 ;. W'Te ting her feelings In make mother whose son goes Into the' min conduct the case for the government the : '
when ye are sittin at and i
!: .. MN.: wfcHethe: other outwardly istry demands the Perfect Woman'for Who will represent Mr. O'Hara Herald office written Treat- ,' '

I .Mr i sjited&trQiled, but cone the less his mate. could not, be learned, last night. It is th' people. Yer doctrin Pellets .

' 'nI1r-ijtiGU. despised her liege' In Aside from churchwlfely: tasks, the understood that the United States "This is a free country "

,- .: minister's wife has to endure what. will Introduce six witnesses against ..' *.
the grass. Now I tell Brownie Calendar Free '
R .M Jvst the' same touch of na- very few other women can put up the defendant, three of whom will appear -
' ton-ttet trxde'both'' women kin. with and still retain'any ,sweetness of .as prosecutors. goen t' eat grass jist and Almanac information. Given with,your first
grows in.the streets o' Liver Pill? and Tonic Pellets -
Ml ILK faces li a pastime that has temper-the presence of her husbandIn Mr. O'Hara stoutly maintained his ".'.
"hands off both
you Marvufacturinij
ton Nte&ted to 'the children since the house all day and every day. Innocence, claiming to know nothing shall. Now ye's warned Louis. Mo. GT..t>nevil1e.Company Term -. .',
-' rNSSrs bave Invented a list of soft True his parochial duties sometimes whatever of the charges.He that a nod is as good '& COMPANY, OCALA, FLORIDA.4T

AMt,verd which they may use keep him employed rather steadily stated that he was superintendent blind horse. "

tttfcwi. ,Wag deemed too unfeminine. ,, but between committee meetings of several mills and that he had _-

flmflr ateost anyone who has tried I and visitations he has the habit of not recently been to Buffalo Bluff, The Acme' Is '

_:" Irtfc Mtfce4s would advise "the face" I"touching base" at his own home, where the alleged holding in invol- Bros.; -.

:. i'lweh more comfortable outlet .and the very unexpectedness of a man untary servitude is claimed to have We have the high

_..Itb/ p tian! even the most ve 'bobbing, in at any and all times of taken place.. He disclaimed any Dunn's Review for Works '
J ;,.. ( I take It," or "0 the day is enough to put any house knowledge of what might have been cal year just ended ,

.?,.""" !". something wife's nerves on edge. done there by foreman, bosses etc. trade and human of Turpentine'' Stills'
.;- ftm U a so deliciously A? to her home duties Candida the The evidence In the fossesion of successful in the history "

} 'JMtet O*4ttt'Biking a face. All the of that very self-complacent minister the government has not yet been and It is believed that Metal Workers

,-1a' i cklW's nature comes out In Bernard Fhaw's play answers that made public. Some of the witnesses, reach still higher ?

Jjl. ft* fiee. she makes at her teacher's with.,. "Ask, the tradespeople who however, are not so reticent, and they says: r "'" in i ii in i ,. 'r f .

ut she becomes at once cheer- want 'to worry James and spoil his relate stories which if substantiated, More new scales in exchange for new ones. Patching ?a '

\\mi t mbJe:It seems to be a sort beautiful sermons who it is that puts will go to. prove the charge made by which wages will be a specialty. Orders by mail 'or -

.valve through which pent-up themoff. When there Is money to by t the government. the pending dispute at prompt attention at either of the \

sad .malice escape with a give he gives It; wl.ca there is moneyto One of the witnesses, who came to promises amicable "

,tmiing the atmosphere clear and refuse refuse it 1 build a castle Florida from New York, states that way earnings in three .

-? t, : I of comfort and indulgence and love he had been promised a certain were 10.3 per cent larger N. C. SAVANNAH, 6A ,

E iatetl'a,11 wits- may be,only ,aorerfrown for him and stand sentinel always to amount for his work, but that -whel and disbursements for FLA MOBILE_ ALAi
t :, ..
'; ... ed- child after all keep vulgar little cares out." he got there, this was greatly reduc dividends at this ,

..ssir slslofl from the nursery waS The role 'of minister'K wife it ,not ed. are estimated at $- -. ....----T -..-' -- ,, ---- ---..... a
J;; t that'aoma'of ita 'mlachloT a chinch. la.' fact ,it is so htncuic upon his complaining, be claims about 120,000,000 l if"V -
i erg SUIT lurk in the corners of that a woman should think a round that he was informed that his passage ago One of the few < ,

$dad eyes, to peep out when dozen times before she accepts the had not been paid for and that he of the week is'the delay

..' ...j displeases. ;her; and whenwbere'that J'at. But having,accepted it, she had would have to'work this out. This he San Francisco by the s Go To Inc B st! *
the position she Just as well 'decide at once to put' agreed to do, he maintains, but when labor and the tardiness

'. _j Jl the iaost difficult In all the proto away all childish things -the makingof the sum that had been named to himas ance settlements. .

4 acceptably; H Is ,easy faces among them and press for- the cost of his passage had been at this port for the

it Meuse.'s.lapse of grace now. and ward toward the mark for the prize of worked out conditions were not bet- gains of .$3,722,441 in s

_:,- hti calling. tered. 249,145 in exports as : PUICsl Place f 't'

:Then, according to his story, he de- last year's movement. I

cided to quit and left the saw mill but there, was less than .
'Question of Graft. Democracy the Hope of the N tlon. But'someone, to whom:the witness re sure in preparation for .

: ferred to as "the foreman came 'af- settlements, and the : -
,'ibtt: scandal The prosperity .of this country Is and Drinkables
of cropped out "
ter him "arrested him, took him to year closes with a ::

,try negate laibe debate.on the bill very much ,like that of ancient Rome the saw mill and, compelled him to regularoperations, _' -

*tie tae president {25,000 a year for in the times.of Caesar, and Cataline. work. The ;witness finally managedto treasury vaults is at th Clean and Pure as a

fcNh$, expenses. Senator Hale. by It has more wealth in fewer hands get to Jacksonville, where he made ed figure of $ ,
complaint to; Assistant United States changes at New York Food Laws could
Nr if,palliating the extravagant ex:8t than any other country in the world.
District Attorney Marks, giving the were 10.1 per cent ,
: f; the White'. House, which The: number of poor people is growingeven names of witnesea who he claims will
ago, while at other ,
-.., .f, t.' nearly" $300,000;, a year Into faster than the wealth of the substantiate his story. Whether this increase averaged 9.3 them to be. '

i. the maintenance of a rich people. But Cataline nas come can actually be done, remains to be

ti yacht for the president's again, and Caesar will be here tomor- seen. '- Bad Burn Quickly establishment has .,:

...., row. As In old Rome the agrarian One of the men a German by des-
cUte, said the presidential "I am so delighted
forces: are stronger In numbers" and cent, produced an employment blank berlain's Salve has to'

end carriages are, ,maintained courage, and experience of the world filled in, which he claims. was his .contract I feel bound to write according
., iaiuee in official business and than the plutocratic forces. There is / says Mrs. Robert '

,Tmman demanded to know if no doubt as to what will happen when The employment, agency whose street Hamilton, Ont. Measures and the; :

jreuicles were not also used they find a leader strong enough to name appears printed at the top of daughter had a bad "

fir i NHte> ;purposes? Senator Hale unite their factions Into one grand this form, is conducted by a man named healed I applied it Chamberlain's beautifully." in it remained '

.. > ot answer this positively and army of discontented., And unless Schwartz In New York City. Op: lays the pain of a ,

I......;-Tillman suggested that, hav- the republican party can be dislodgedby posite the entry "Name of Employer," stantly. It is for sale Matured"are

-1IIIed. the issue, he ought to tele- the ballot as the democrats would appears the name written with big gists. our ,
.-.....' .&e'White Rouse or otherwise: have it done, it will before long, be typewriter of;Bishop B. F. Boderick. W. C. T. U.
,_ ie it were not'true that the govt. dislodged as the Roman senate was The blank goes into the minutest -

.-... .'vehicles maintained for the by Caesar at the head of an agrarian details, giving wages, place of employment by The the picnic ladies given of the here W. IeS Wines 1. Beers. : ,.

1 are used by the preslden- army. All patriotic men should unite etc. Everything, save the name in .
4 great success
,. "' ld,for personal well as with the party which has for more of the employer and, the place where
Rev. J.
ldaf. lM>siness: than century advocated liberty by the employe is to work, is filled in in of doing busi-
: best lecturers in the way :; _
fc" constitution. That is
- .. ;been learned that they are supporting the two and three languages English, hand and gave a fine .
JIII4.. abiiuaily;,There was. great the only way to save the country from German and Italian. In the blank exhibited the ."
was greatly appreciated.Quite
.: :some- time, ago because the Caesarism. For,,as we havesald; Cata- by the witness referred to, a. crowd .came same courteous -

: -: .' dePartments were caught line has already come, and is prepar- Buffalo Bluff was the place named tu3 a
filled baskets and the I
c,MIS" Dubuc-? vehicles for private purandthis lug the way for' military despotism where the work was to be done, and all' had plenty.It mode we ;:t

.-:- sort ot petty grafting under which the fortundj of the rich "In Sawmill," as the character of the ,
was a fine
: M -e It i will be confiscated to furnish the work *
now turns out that for
and: :
.. I through and the ladies ,
5'PnI1'fohowlng the example means for, paying th) wages of a Bishop Boderick it will be remembered praise for the success.-: Years t ,

:"" Dredent.. ;Hiss total disregard! I Praetorian guard; ; If the people can't ,'was the Roman Catholic bishop sate bestowed_ s

---11 tDf;his own powers and have liberty.and fraternity along with who. was back, of the plan laid beforeof onF; -

....... have.'dOIiemore' to corrupt !equality they will, have equality without trade for bringing ,Italians and _
Dr., E. L. Scott
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.. Qrtls In Washington than all liberty or fraternity.' Socialism is other nationalities.as well if employers spending the past month receive strict and :::
evil'i :tendencies coItl ifued. :growing because there. Is, .no justice :wished It, for the purpose of establishing his Mr. and )

": Mild'to have his ,expenses paid .under -the present 'government which 'colonIes in Floridaand. returned parents to Baltimore attention. 't \ J
:U&veUng_ on' private business or 'acts in defiance 'of the constitution. building up the population of the Ing. Dr. Scott will '_ 'V'

'[trips.. and. for pleasure, Is ;Democracy Is the.- only remedy for, socialism state. While those back of the scheme with friends at the

L-_' '. af and demoralizing and and 'plutocracy. are in no wise connected with the peon- Maryland, from which constant aim is "To, .

: to,>uiPe:ken rejected. 'It is age, charge, _the faci'that Bishop Bod- ated the .third'of
on ,
tt.e publie.treasury This Initiative and referendum business erlc 's name appears as employer, .
: as the pri- there will go direct to Try'us and be.. c oil=': -
tih ,executive, ,you have been ,hearing so much showing that one witnes at least was hospital work for s ..
: about has been happily Illustrated sent here by him or brought here by '
'I::!r ls to give I during the late session of Scott has.not yet
endeavoring ;.congress him or through him lends interest to he will locate after _
;;the: best service that is Mr. Roosevelt has done most of the the case.

'."_ *0"lIve'nd' all that 'the-pat: initiative' and. 'congress has done The witness who filled out the contract course In the hospital.Mr > '; .
: is; j
.,:1rIIpermit' ; :,, Our paper is beU7' .the referendum Together- .although and who claims that he has suffered Jerry Williams, yours ,

complimented on its they have reversed the: usual order such unusual. treatment in Florida .- the superintendent of '

r ,mod the amount: and kind ,they have made' ., pretty. ,, good, Job of ,' claims to, have' written letters, to tric light plant and : USS& CO

_kycoataii: i, ,Tour citizens Tampa- eS; the New, York American, and to theStaatz signed his position .. ., t'
% Paper ,
still more effea1etalls the ; .
Zeltung i leading German BirminghamAIa.. .-, '
i.;patronage.., The :''" Tampa;' thmughMrHenrpCoben, paper ,of the metropolis, warning his to make his' home. Mr,. and Retail Liquors > ;"' :
grays iderivtir to imeitt JS"or.ranllng'a, ; regimental .b and(for. fellow workmen rand countrymen is at present in i
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,:. .U T' YO .had a kindness'shown?.. MEMBERS NEXT LEGISLATURE.. The! Niagara of the ,South." COL. BROWN DISCUSSES GREAT f" THE- .

'.>.: Pass it'on.Twas VICTORY TAMPA WON.,

{ 'J; not given for you'alone, State Senate. In another column of today's paper -' '
Pass it on. ,District 1-Thomas F. West, Milton.. will be noticed the advertisement of Too Early To Discuss Plans for the Marion: Hardware'CO PQ

Let it.:. travel doWn' the years-r-: District' 2-John S. Beard, Pensa- The Lodge, one of the best appointed Great Panama Exposition-Work )

cola. .. hotels in-the country, located at the Will Be Begun for the Holding of ,
,; Let it wipe 'another's tears
;Till In.heaven the deed'appears District John; Nee!, Westville: famous' Tullulah ,Falls.In of Georgia. The the _Next State Fairy-Will be Larger -

Pass it on. District 4-Theop. West, Marianna. Lodge Is fitted up with _every convenience and ,Better than Former Ones. HEADQUARTERS -
District.5-A.. J., Alford, Carrabelle.. usually found at a first-class hotel ,'. ". "\ .

Superb Irony. District 6-Park M.; .Trammell, and' the 'rates will be found In Cot T. jlL.: Brown returned to the American Wire'Fench1g,,

Lakeland.' reach of even people of moderate city this morning, from Washington, SashIDoors| and Blinds'o V

It is a pleasure to'learn there is District 8-John W Henderson, Tal means. Mr. J. C. S. Timberlake, the where h$ has been for the past several -./v' i

only one white gambler in all Dadecounty lahassee. proprietor, is a'' hotel man'jf wide experience Paints. Oils and Varnishes
weeks In the Interest of the pro ,
'1" and that,he has been properly District 9-W. K. Jackson, Invera having successfully conducted
posed Panama: Exposition. Col. BrownIs ','
,', .punished., He was gathered in with ness. -- such popular places 'as the Hotel greatly pleased over the victory Mill and Mining Supplies, 1 1TV

bunch of twenty-tour' negroes, or .it District, 10 C. L.,-Leggett, Green St. Simons, St. Simons Island, Ga.,and
that has been won for: Tampa and the '
;: might never ,have been known that yule.r the Escambia at Pensacola. and oth outlook for the holding of the great :TV I' Turpentine Snpplies,

white, in this county District Tam .
people 11-James E. Crane, ers.
exposition that he proposed to the
rambled.-Miami Record. pa. For beautiful scenery that around Tampa Board of Trade some months Improved Farming Tool|

District 12-Al WInburn Mallory.. Tallulah Falls cannot be surpassed, ,
Mrs Sparkman has' attended to his District 13-F.' M.- Hudson Miami, and Floridians v..ishingto spend a ago. GET OUR PRICES
In speaking of the 'matter' Col.
duties at Washington with his usual District 14-F. P. Cone, Lake City few weeks or months.. the mountainswould
Brown said:
efficiency, lathering a couple of very District .15-J. B. Crews, Lake But do well to write Mr. Timberlakefor
"The greatest victory that has
handsome public buildings for his constituents ler. booklet describing this pretty re
I been won is the government recogni Marion
and seeing that other districts HardwareCompa'
District 16-Thomas S. Davis, Fer-!
tion of Tampa as the port for thePanama
were helped. He is,, as always, nandina. -a- V
ships. This'was ,
a most efficient member of the house, IDstrict 17-J.R. Newlan, Live Oak. sort.LOW >

attending to interest intrustedto a resolution that passed In viewof ..,....
every .
District 18-H. H. Beckman, Jack
RATES the situation-of the city as regardsthe -,.,.
him 'WIth the same active and con : son v1lle. ,.. ...... ., .. ,
._' -'--_' ,- .- -' __ ... ,
Panama Canal. '- '
slant fidelity which has made him s& I District 19-Lewis ,C. Massey, Or : : : : : -: ___,_; ,;:':< .L:: ...
; Via fir
"So as the exposition Is concerned
deservedly popUlar.-Tompa Times. lando.
it is too .early to discuss plans.
District 20-D. H. Baker Orange The
The who Is enthusiasticover
I president, THE ANNEX
Hon. Stephen M. Sparkman evidently Home: SALOON
the Panama Canal, has, accord-
don't like the music that proceeds District 21-N. R. Carter, Levyville. SouthernRailway.
ing to the provision of the'resolution .
from a brass band, nor the District 22-W. M. Girardeau Mon ;;
the to order naval H
adopted, right a
frills, furbelows and eloquence of a Icello. .
: and display. It is entirely with OCALA'S
wild enthusiastic demonstration
municipal District 23-1. N. Withers; Lady
him what he will order sent to this .
or he would not have given : ,
lake :
point, but.Is Is believed that, In view ;<<
Ocala the \"go-by" on his return from District .
I 25-S, W. Clarke, Blounts-
of his enthusiasm, he will order the

Washington. We are laying for 'him !town. From greatest army and naval display that At A. C. L Depot Ocala Fia. 'I
and Intends to ,make him think that District 26-E. S. Grill, Palatka. Jacksonville: I ,
has been held In the south. This
be bad run against a Fourth: of ever __ ., ..._ .. ___ ._ ,
up District 27-Jos;, H. Humphreys., $16.35-Monteagle Tenn., and return. will attract thousands of visitors to u" ''r. -:. '.d. ', ',00' ,- .,7'.' -.>.1. _- "
July out of season. Anyway and anyhow Braidentown. Tickets sold June 2!', 30, July :
the city and will mean great thingsfor We make'a specialty of HIGH
Ocala extends to him the best District: 28-Frank "W. Sams.. ,. New 3, 5, limited .August 31; extension October Tampa. '

she has in her shop. Smyrna.. 31, 1906. GRADE WHISKIES, WINES and
"The first thing now to be done is

The special committee -appointed by District,. 29-E. E. Conova, Sander-- $14.65-Asheville, N. C., and return. to begin work on'the coming state BEERS, and no house in the state '=
Tickets sale 26 27 fair. The fair this year, will be held
the board of trustees of the New York on June '
})i trlct 30 Frank Is better prepared to ='
? Ardams Jasper. ship on short no-
Life Insurance Company to Investigate 28, limited July 10, 1906. November 14 to 19, will be larger,and
Llstrict 31-Lewis W. Zim St.
the findings of the 'five state insurance $16.25 Knoxvllle, Tenn., and return. better than the one held last year. It lice to any point. All out of town orders
commissioners and the work' is my Intention to begin work at once

of the legislative committee in its District 32-H. H. McCreary Gaines Tickents on sale June 23. 24. on the next state fair and everythingwill '.. filled same day as received, securely

vlUe. 30, July 7; 14, 15, limited fifteen days. be done to make it the best that '
final report filed with the trustees, packed, in plain cases if de-
House of Representatives, : Extension Sept 30, 1906. .
sends that the methods of the company has ever been held in the state.
Alachua-T. A. Doke, Santa Fe; sired.. Give us a trial order and we
The that CoL
victory Brown has
are conservative; that its assets are "
Syd L. Carter, Gainesville. $42. $-Denver, Colo., and return..
in excess of the requirements of the Ba er-L. C. Cobb, Olustee. Tickets sold July 9 to 14, won in Washington is a great one. feel confident that we will receive the
Few citizens of Tampa are more con
.Insurance department, and that it
Bradford-E. S. Matthews. Starke limited Aug. 23, 1906$37.00Washington next we
; one, as guarantee quality of \ a
holds nearly sixty millions in trust for I stant workers for the good of the city .5

J the payment of future .dividends. ville.Brevard-Wade H. Jones, Titus- D.j C.and' return. than Col. Brown and Tampa Is to be goods .equal to any of same .grade

On sate] daily; limited Oct. congratulated that he is at the head

This paper is not abusing congressfor Calhoun-A. Max Wilson, Blounts- :21, 1906.$1625Nashville. of. the coming 'state fair. The plans NO MATTER where purchased. -

its "wild and reckless extra va. town. for the fair when carried out will result -

gance." Not a bit. We asked for a Citrus-;J. W. Knight, Floral City, : Tenn., and return. in the holding of an event that Nicest Equipped Retail Store '

lice of the national pie and, got it Clay-J., B. Long Green Cove Tickets on sale July 5, 6, 1, will be the greatest the city has ever --aS-!

and thick it was right that we did so, Springs. limited 15 days. Extension Sept. 30, held and will result In untold benefit. Tn Town. r

,and the other places that :were fortunate Columbia, M, S. Knight Lake City.H. 1906. I

k no doubt think the same way. L. Avant Fort White.. 'III. The Doctor Away From Home When Y
$f46.05-Chicago, and return. ,
As the ,country grows In strength.and Dade-John W Watson: Miami. On sale daily limited Oct. '31. Most Needed. J

it is natural DeSoto-W. H. Hooker, Arcadia. -
power and follows as a :
1906. -
matter of fact that its annual appropriations Duval-I, L. Farris and Si: H. Melon People are often very much disappointed S The Annex Saloon.
to find that their family physician
Jacksonville. $22.90-Washington, D. C. and return.
must be. more and more.Florida is away from home when they
I got her full share of the appropriations Escambia-Chas. M. Coston, p'ensa- July 27 30, 31. limited Aug. most need his services. Diseases like

every dollar of which is cola; M. 0. Baggett, McDavid 8. Extension Sept. 8. cramp colic and cholera morbus require OCALA'S NEW WHISKEY HOUSE

legitimate and she is not abusing con Franklin-J. F. C. Griggs, Apalachlcola. $33.60 Minneapolis, Minn,and return. prompt treatment. and have In 4
Instances fatal before
many proven
(rest. bit,or'ought net to. Tickets on sale Aug. 10 11, medicine could be procured or a phy-

Gadsden-J. H. Willis Quincy; W. 12, limited Aug. 31. Extension sican summoned. The right way iso
't A young lady of our city has found L. Taylor, Branchville. Sept. 30. : keep at hand a bottle of Chamber A. C. L, Depot. Ocala FI

a lure cure for broken dishes; If the Hamilton-John Bradshaw, Jennings J. C. tUSK, lain's Colic Cholera and Dlahrroea ,

dish to be mended fan be tied together ; L. G. Register, Jasper. District, Passenger Agent, Rem dy. No physician can prescribe

with a stout string, then placeit Hernando-C. S. Wilson, Brooks Jacksonville, Fla. better medicine for these diseases: By ..

in boiling milk and left one hour ville.. having It in the house you escape V S. 'J':::'"
much pain and suffering and all risk
you can never tell the dish had been Hillsboro-W.. W; K., Decker, Tam-( Buy it now; It may save life. For.sale :, .?{t-

broken and it can afterwards be put pa; John R. Dudley Plant City. by all druggists. m W. A. KNIGHT. ,, 4'Y': ,.", ...:. -... ., ; .", H L.. E.- LANQ.:

In boiling water without the, pieces Holmes-D., J< Paul, Bonifay. SEABOARDAIR ,
Mrs. W. F. Yocum, who has beenIn
coming apart. This experiment has .
Jackson-Ed. 'WilliamS; Graceville; i
been tried and proven and many are H. C. Neel: Basc m. LINE RAILWAY / Ocala for several weeks visiting

the broken dishes which were.theught her audghter and son-in-law, Mr. and ;
Jefferson-S. D.,, Clarke Monticello
; -
to be useless which Mrs. W. T. Gary; was called to her
are now as good J D Thompson,
a* new. G. $f 12.45 Athens, Ga. and return. Ticketson home at Eagle Lake several days ago ANNOUNCEMENT.
Geiger Mayo. sale June %3, 24, '25, 26, 30, and on account of the illness and death of
Lake-S, P. farkland, Altoona; S. July 2, 9, 16, with anal limit fifteen her
_ Exciting and incendiary speechesare F. Smith, Leesburg.. days from date of sale. Extensions sister-in-law. Miss Yocum, of
made all the Ohio, who had recently come south to .
more exciting and ,
Lee-F. J. Wilson, .Buckingham. may be obtained to Sept. 30,,
_ incendiary by reproducing them in Leon-A. $. Wells and Gilbert by depositing ticket and payingfee make her home with Dr..and Mrs. Yo We have just purchased the Wa gon and Harness business of bird

the newspapers in flaming headlines. Hartsfield, 'T Tallahassee. of fifty cents. cum. Their Ocala friends sympathizewith S. A. Standley & Company and propo se to add to the stock of goods en?

Many things are better left unpub Levy=-J, .N. Willis. Williston. $17.70 Asheville, N. C., and return. them in their bereavement. thing that is needful ,to make it a COMPLETE LINE in every sens d

lithed, and incendiary speeches maybe liberty-Sidney D. Johnson, Bus Tickets on sale July 25, 28 and 27, -- the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the,ntf

clawed under this head. An ,incendiary toe.o with final limit August 8th. Ex Constipation ket; also several makes of. Buggies. Besides, these we handle a great,ft

speech can do no harm if,, n Madison-R. H. Rowe, Madison; R. tension to Sept 30 m.aYlbe' ) obtained For constipation there riety We of vehicles either of which we stand'ready to fully guarantee. r
is.nothing Invite the
hears by depositing ticket 'and public to call and .
one it or reads It. The anarchist L. Milliner Ellaville. fee of fifty cents. paying quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stout see our display of

and ,incendiary, if left -alone, are Manatee-John A. (}Graham Braden ach and Liver, Tablets. They always -

harmless. The crowds that hear: them town $45.70-DENVER, Cal, and return. produce a pleasant movement of the ,

., and the newspapers that reproduce Tickets on sale ,July 9'to 14th bowels without any disagreeable ef
\ Marion E. L. Wartmann, Citra; inclusive, with final limit Aug. fect Price 25 cents Samples free. r High Grade
their utterances make them Buggies :
dangerous Geo. G. Mathews, Ocala. 20th by paying fee of 50 cents. All druggists. m Serviceable Carriages,-

and give them power and Munroe-C. L. Knowles and W. H. $18.25 Knoxvil! Tenn., and return. Unexcelled Wagons, Harness, :

strength. Nassau-S. A. Ogilvie, Callahan, Tickets on sale June 17, 18, 19, LOW ROUNTD TRIP Lap Robes, Etc Etc. :

Jas. E. Conklin Fernandina. 23, 24, 30, July 7, U, and 15, with EXCURSION RATES VIA ,
\ Mr. W. L Martin
final limit fifteen days from date
talented editor of the Crystal River Orange-G. W. Crawford, Conway. of sale. Extension to September MAIL ORDERS WILL ALWAYS HA VE PROMPT ATTENTION. 1
C, r
Abernathy Orlando. ATHENS
Newt, dropped in on us Saturday and 30, by depositing ticket and GA-$12.45. Tickets on sale 3

t till chanting the praises of Cry Osceola-A.. E. Donegan, Iissimew. m' Ing fee of fifty cents. pay- and June 16.23.Limit 24, 25 15, 26 days, 30, from July date 2, 9. We. are Sole Agents for the celebrated.White Hsckory T! .

Rlver. The Gainesville & 'Gulf Is $18.25 Monteagle, Tenn. and return. "
Pasco-R. J. McCrutcheon, Dade TUSCALOOSA, Aa.-$15.85.! Tickets 'pentine and Farm Wagon. ,
leading for his city, and there are Tickets on sale'July 28, 29, 30, 31, .
City. on sale June 12, 13. 16, 18, 23, 25, ,
Aug. and .
her forces at work, which he be- with final limit
July 2. 7 and 9.
Polk Limit 15 days
lives will make Crystal River -W., J. Durrance, Fort Meade; August. 31. I
a city from date of1 sale.
H. W. Snell Winterhaven, $18.25 Monteagle Yenn., and -retuA limitmay
9 tome size !In a few
very years If be had. -
PeartOD' oil wells should develop Putnam-H. A. McKenzie and W. Tickets on sale June 29, 30, July: KNOXVILLE, Tenn -$18.25. Ticketson Turpentine Wagons a Specialty j i
Russell, Palatka. 3 and 5, with final limit Aug 31. ,
lf kto "gusher Mr. Martin's city' will $18.25 Monteagle, Tenn sale June 17 18, 19, 23, 24.
and return.
Quickly, become one of the most pop Santa Rosa-J. H. Harvell Bagdad; Tickets on sale July 19 and 20 and 30, July 7, 14 and 15. Limit 15 We are Always In Position.to Meet'the'rtcea of Legitimate Competition
A. J
Oak Grove.
;iuloua and important in the state.. Mr. Peaden 21, with final limit Aug 31. days from date of sale. Exten-

Martin was on his way to Anthony St. Johns-C. J. DuPont, Matanzasr $41.05 Omaha, Neb., and return., Tickets sion of limit to Sept. 30 may be

to spend Sunday with his family. W. A. MacWilliams, SU Augustine.St. on sale July 9, 10. 11, and 12. had by depositing ticket' and

Lucie-Claude F. Olmstead, Ft. with final limit July 18. Eaten paying fee.MOtiTEAGLE Knight & Lang

;' Mrt. L a Kendrick of,Anthony accompanied Pierce. sion may be obtained to August Tenn1825. June ,

; by her sister Mrs. Johnnie Sumter-W. C G. Kilgore Wild- 15th. by depositing ticket and paying 29th,, 30th, July ,,3d 5th, 28th (Successors ]

..I Nest, of Jacksonville spent Saturday wood. fee of 50 cel'1ts.$8.eocOLUMBIA 29th, 31st and, August 16th.,. 17th._n .. Standley and Co) .

.. ymorolng in Ocala, the guests of Miss Suwannee-W. R. Dorman, Live: S. C., and return. limited to August 31st. Extension :;
Oak W. II. .McCIelkn Tickets on sale for train leaving on payment difference between E. C. SMITH.
F&DJUe'Clark and the Misses Souter. ; Welbora.: Ocala night of C. V. ROBERTA-u
,f Mrs. Neff returned to Jacksonville on Taylor -TV: J. Faulkner Perry. Final limit July 13th July 2d. fare paid and summer i

the afternoon Coast. Line train, and Yolusia-Wm. Parkinson.- Day. tourist October rate can be had until I The. Amount ot .Stock Which We ,

,' alias Pansy Souter went home with tona. HELP IS OFFEREDTO 31st. Our Carryis Great,

her and will remain in the metropolis Wakulla-S. p Roddenberry, Sop- WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE. NASHVILLE, Tenn$19. Tickets! Ability to Handle It Is Greater, *
several weeks the guest of Mrs. Ne ff. choppy. no earnestly matter request bow ,all limited young their persons on and sale 'June 10,11,:12. 18, 19, %0. Our.Desire to Please You, is, Above All, Greatest

Walton-J. H. RIchburg; LaurelHill. means or education who wish to ob July 5, 6 and 7. Limited 15 :
-a lain a thorough business training anda days from date of sale Extension
A satisfied customer: Is the best ad.I good position to write by FIRST of limit Furniture of
YtrUsemot and aat1sfa uon. Is not Washington B. Lassiter, Ver- mail for our GREAT HALF RATE WASHINGTON may be, had. : aU kinds, from the lowest price to the highest, and
only our aim. tout our guarantee. Try OFFER D. C.-$25.95. Tickets'on quality of our goods governs the tEf
the Whit ,Reuse shoe; spring styles non. Success Independance and probable sale June 29 July 2' and 3. others for the same class of prices ,our prices being lower
for mea and women Just arived.) The fortune are: guaranteed. Limit goods. y
Don't delay July 1L
rat,. TL 'FOR SALE-Lot near Ocala, containing Write today. Extension of limit Camping goods, for sale, orrent
to tents
; cots
THE August 11 may be had. ,,mattresses etc.
of ALA. BUS.
two acres COLLEGE.
ground an abundance '
F 'Mrt. T. 5-25-2m D.. C-$42.00.
K .8. Perdue now of Brooksvlllf Macon, Ga. Sold
fruit trees;; one horse, one dally to Sept,30. Ail
tickets )
pued through Ocala limIted -
aftefaooo' on her war. to Elizabethto Saturday. wagon, ,buggy and harness; 17-a ere FOR SALE CHEAP-One thousand to Oct. 31.. PLEASE THE PEOPLE AND THE PEOPLE PLEaSE USJ

crop corn; four,'head settle, hogs and live oak fence Fore further informatin
... Kj vkwt.dMVvlli ', posts;, also two thousand : apply to
spend the goats
; pinders,'peas,and cotton. Address nearest ::agent or i
; ( red.bay, cherrr and _
warmer with ,Mrt.XW: ,, Agnes cedar boards.
: -. Daniel Paul, Ocala, Fla.1.13-.S B. ,H. 'Seymour, Ocala, :Fla 7-6-2t J.' G. Z LAND,, OCALA
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cjE pAL cE PLANs TO lie benefit account" in cash and its 1 SPECIAL NOTICE. meadows Administrator's''.. Notice of Final Discharge. .

equivalent $1.550,000 The percentageof II .. -

'- "- .t"J <-: 's gross revenue rougbly-lJ per: cent, I [I.R1tANENT an annual -
f was about equal to !ttie Glasgow-;'per: I Icentage. .Owing to.:. the great, 'demand: for sth Notice day of Is November t areby given that on tha "-
:; BE }1Sq Ow LIN poundsper A. D, 1906, tbs .
: 1fCOUNT{' .i but'Instead of 44 cents. each I banded cigars ot'lafeifhave'also, : .decided undersigned administrator of the es- .
w t Bostonian r CelVed",1:67.: ', to put bands onmy;: ''celebrated- acre of a fertilizer containing -* st&e of John W. Randall deceased, will
.' present to the Hon.-Joseph Bell ..Couaty -
". .. ; L '
.! M : <: I and 'popular
: < eleven cent. Judge of Marion
:"' "' ,, I 1." per I ,POTASH county Florida '
'to :>"' :, t'J' his final aoounts and make final
of the settlE
In -
spite ;popular .mpressioa I Grand: tfoyal =" : : and ten per :;ceht available tlement and apply for his final dls-

'. Have! :ent 'bii Exhibition p=tile i that. the hotiseia": a'..busier body; thanhe .1 I r_ 4c' charge AS .administrator* of the said :

< .. :f j a senate, so faras the passing:.of andMoDeyo \ phosphoric. acid.-I7; estate. *> p T. RANDALL.
< j.
... f.tt4U: : A.if.
Administrator of
'. .'.".. .,." 'V Jt. ;.1 -f't: : ; ...;i bills is concerned, JthQ records -forth;; High ig Ji.j This will gradually i SVEkfi force out '; Randall. Deceased.Estate of John W.

j. .',.'. -: ._ .tue.' f"" 3" :!-'x.Sor '),...j.jin1e.T fiI .; I session fustycompleted; show the:il-reverse :- ThesQbandsI; ;; _;. gtaa simplYthat, sour grasses4and:<3\ ySfssJC. from Ocala Fla. May3. 1906. 5-4-im
""-'->1'tfr T to, be -'fhe c. --"Aside: from Its mosses f>
; .
.my' brads : be recognized at
.may. a
That the Carnegies'
....f and deliberations the meadows arid NOTICE 'ia
.. : I INTERESTING WASHINGTON LET. necessary on glance, and not to Improve the cigars, bring, good '

5.: Have .Decided to Put TER. varioureubjects which came. to it forfinal.deliberation as these"cigars' are as high grade attheir and clovers -
grasses ; thus in::
.. O f Application for Tax
J'" Deed Under
;'_ Elaborate Plans on Public V fea '.g* s x : / lkC ..,. and. shaping, -up, thesenate respective and'popular pncesTas: '
<' ;; Section 8 of Chapter 4J8S, Lawsof
'Pltton In Some City In the Wealth f:from WasteJProdueiTheSenate found time to,* pass 122;;morebfilsMianthe is passlbl@tfor-t | j? f creasujg quality as well as Florida. -

: *Panned More house Durtug the sea- the quantity of the "<.., .
hated States, Washington or New Bllls'Thathe HighGrlde'Cigarsto hay.Our ; .
ion, the house passed' 3,152 house
.;.: House-Southern Water- practical book, "Farmer's Guide," -, Notice is hereby given that W. C. '" 4

,:, V'i ways. bills and 1,207 senate bills, making'total a be made. gives valuable bets for every sort of crop. Townsend, purchaser Tax Certificate ;: -

', ....' of 4359. The senate in the same These brands have been popular for raising. It is one of a number of books on Nos. 108. 114, 115 224, %31, 244, dated
the Ocala Banner: the: 6th day of June. A. D.
; .,..w'.to Special to the Ocala Banner: time passed 1,606 senate and 2,375 many years past, and have outlived successful fertilization which we send on request -' I lied said certificates in my office 1904, and baa '
free of I
:; Jr 1 Hague, July 1L-The exhibl- house.. bills. making. *"a;' total of 4,481. many other brands that came out I farmer, who will any write cost uS or for obligation, to any I bas made application for tax deed to "
Washington, July .-The -- : them. issue '
t the plans for the new Peace reports Of, the' 60.6 ;bills1-which the senate from time! to'1 time as competitors. ; in accordance with law. Said
= ref of the agricultural departmenUoo. tie Address GERMAN KALI WORiCS i certificates embrace the following described '
!.f.: tt'this city, under the CamedsUon passed and'sentto the house.the lat. The "Grand and "Milo New Yertt-93 N.MM Street, or property situated In Marion
4e possibility of manufacturing paper ter body passed 1,207 permitting 399 :i Royal AUuU. Oa.-Z2X.., Bread. Street II county, Florida to-wit; Southeast
which was opened I quarter of section 8. north half of
; cotton stalks Indicate that I
anew Deyo"lave
to go over to the next session. Of the I southwest quarter southeast

.,. f:: month' will be closed on Industry is knocking for admission to 3,152 bills which the house sent tot no .._competitors. ,, simply Imitators for the mutual welfare' of the producersTand'factors -I southwest quarter of section quarter 34, and

.: = .It has created'considerableia the so th m' 'fleld-ii :Industry. ;. taco; senate, the"latter 'body 'passed which-sprout--up" and pass-away,' ,:tin"tlie'watchword northwest section quarter of northeast quarterof ,
35. '
township 12 south,
..', .., t: .the project. It Is reported which characteristically belongs to .,875, postponing 277 to the next ses- and die out of the memory of the for the present"Naval Stores Re- 25 east and lot 4 of section %Z. and range 7.59 .
; '. authority that the board of the south. Already it is becoming more ion.LAWRENCE.. view, Savannah, Ga.. June 23, 1906. chains east and west oa west side of

+ of the Carnegie Foundation difficult to obtain from the fast disappearing Lover of Good Cigars.I Jot 1 of section 27 and lot 3 of sec
and northeast quarter of south-
::: Iii;;to send the plans to the forests of the north sufficient Lawyers Meet by the Sea. am still making the'popular east quarter of section 35. township IS .i..

1..Me4 States and exhibit them either wood for the manufacture of pa "Grand & south range 25 east The said kind being -
; 'lilt Royal" assessed
< at the date
of the issuance
F 'aiUngtOB, D. C, or in New per pulp, so that the time cannot be Special to the Ocala Banner: Of Application for Tax Deed Under of such certificates In the name- -
many other good brands with as ..Section 8 of
Chapter 4888 Laws
: far distant when the cotton growing Ocean City, Md., July 11.Thegreaterpart of j. B. Swan, Swan & Henly. Mrs. S.
:4. ,_ -- states will be V good a. force of cigarmakers as ever y_ of Florida! ,- B. W. Morris F., B. Wood and un- -
a : : dotted with plaits .. of the .distinguished,ju41.. sat to'a work benchand the tobacco known. Unless said certificates snail be '
,:- ipower of the Press. I I equipped with. modern machinery for -'. -: :-- viclal Notice'l! herebYgiv n that J. J. redeemed according to law,. tax deed .
: talent of this .state has'estate: used in my cigars is the best that
: the manufacture, of cotton stalk ** 'f Forty purchaser of tax certificates will issue thereon on the 9th day of

article in the July paper Ished"," headquarters at-the i Atlantic grows. -- Nos.- 447,. 602, 506, 1105, 1106, 1107 July, A. D. 1J06.
\I noteworthy ,' to say nothing of the utilization Witness
Hoping to merit a continuance of 1108, 1109, 1111, dated June 6th 1904, my signature 'and
dMtic on "Some Aspects of Jour- of the by-products. That the new industry hotel where the three days' annual and 505 and 519, dated the first day seal .this the 6th day of June. A. D.,'"

will one of the of the State Bar your valued custom, of June A. D., 1903 has filed said certificates 906.' "
i! 'lollo, Ogden editor of the prove enormous meeting Maryland I respectfully (Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK
am yours in
my office and has made '
proportions cannot be and Clerk Circuit Court
::t','NestYork Evening Post, has the fol-, association opens today. This being application for tax deed to issue in 6C Marion County. Florida!

f. Jawing to' with respect to the in- its advent will prove the entering the opening day, there will only be CHAS. PEYSER, accordance with law. Said certificates NOTICE.T '

....;: .j say wedge. In checking the present increasing 'embrace the-following described ".
'ice of the modern press: "An4 cost of paper It is estimatedthat informal gatherings and committee Prop. property situated in Marion county -
meetings in the afternoon. In the El Florida, to-wit Southwest ,In the Circuit' Court in' and For MarIon -
Tropico Cigar Factory : quarter -
i tFl! you have some powerful robbers the ground producing one bale of County Florida
will be southwest quarter section 10,
evening reception given
: a -
fi. '.te_lavoke the popular verdict upon of cotton' will afford a. ton of stalks, when the session will be formally Ocala, Fla. township 15 south, rznge 21 east. .In Re Estate.of A. C. Johnson.

J lisle Is'nothing like modern journal- so that upon this basis the new, Indus- P. S.-A visit to my factory by any southeast quarter of northwest quarter Notice Is hereby given that on the
try can depend annually 10,000,000 opened. The Hon. Hannis Taylor, ex- of southwest quarter section 7 and i 5th day of December A. D. 1906,
Vic Uat for' doing -the job thoroughly.. one (lady or gentleman) will be appreciated :
the 'administrator
minister to Spain and at present spe- northeast quarter of northwest quarter -' undersigned of the
to l2OvJ,000 of material.
:(: :Those great names in our business raw The cial counsel to the Spanish treaty so as to.b. able to show of southwest quarter section 7, estate of A. C. Johnson deceased will

: '. *jr Political firmament which lately south at present' has few paper mills the public how fine cigars are made and southwest quarter of northeast present' my final return accounts and '
claims commission will deliver the i
vouchers, and apply for final discharge
.. .,.,",', tare fallen- like. Lucifer, dreaded ex but this new process 'will afford an principal address. Mr. John J. Don and the cleanliness of. my factory, quarter section ,19, all in township 15 as administrator of said estate.F. .

_1 pure, In the press worst of all. opportunity for their construction. It which Is a vital part in the makingof south, range 23 east; southwest quarter M. TOWNSEND
Is estimated that this new will aldson will read a paper on "The of northeast quarter, north half of Administrator of the Estate of A. C.
.:; Cwrts end jurys they could have fac- process Law's Delay; Some of Its Reasons, cigars. southeast quarter and southeast quar Johnson, deceased. %. 61 Gm- -
H; rather their increase the value of the souiaern cotton ter rof southeast Martin May 28th. 906.NOTICE "
with equanimity; or, with Some Suggested Remedies." quarter section 13, ;

;: :.lawyers- could..have done it for them crop $100,000,000, and best of all, An advance of 5 per cent. in wagesin northeast quarter block 9; all of
. > '., W&-., through the removal from the Former Judge Ferdinand Williams, block 15, lots 2 and 4, block 17, all of -
cotton mills in
illustration of
.in.tbe most beautiful thirty or more ,
.' r field .of the stalks in the fall of Cumberland has written a sketchof block 18, east .one-fourth block 20 -
;-'*;p>! tbeiiaw's- .%- delay But the very clamor early William Walsh; who was, one of towns and villages of southern Massachusetts Cllne's.. sub of northeast quarter of Of Application for Leave To Sell
doom of
the the boll
4 like sound weevil.if and Rhode Island northwest section 18 I Minor's Land. .
ill newspaper publicity was an have just quarter township
the most prominent lawyers of ,western -
aboded! public conscience pronounc- : been affected. About 45,000 opera 15 south range 22 east. i Notice is hereby given that on the
;/ you have a river in the improve- Maryland, and will read it at one "
,"i tives benefitted. The said land being assessed at the 13rd day of August, A. D. 1906 I will
( headline
: e n em.n&tion-every an ment of which you are interested, on of the sessions. Mr James M. Mun the date of the issuance of such cer- apply to Honorable! Joseph BellCountr 3

;; fir: know of no other power on account of the cheaper transportationand roe, of Annapolis, will read a'paper tificate. in the name of Yarn & Mc- I Judge in and for Marion county, state'f ,

.euth' that could have stripped away saving in freight which this on "The Growth and Development of ROLLINS COLLEGE Neil, H. W. and Sarah Wood E. L. Florida, at his office in Ocala, In :::

.. Mitt these, rogues every shelter which Land M. Wallace, W. G. Williams, 'I said county for an order authorizing ;
would bring. about, now is tne time to the Federal Constltutltn. The ban Ella Lewis and, parties unknown. Unless
rttir could buy been tothen Winter Park, Fla. me as guardian of the minor heir of
money and get busy and make yourself heard, quet will' be held on Friday evening said certificate shall be re-
For best"advantages in
section classical, scientific the estate of Peter Black, deceased, o.
of they
such evidence
an according to Representative Ransdell with. Mr. Joseph C. France as' toast- demed according to law,.tax deed will to sell at private sale the following
music art, expression, commercial
) of. Judgement.COlumbia State. committeeof issue thereon on the 24th day of July,
chairman of the executive master. property belonging to said estate to- ;
,, and stenographic courses attend A. D.,. 1906.Witness .
: b (
: -- the National Rivers and Harbors wit: Lots sixteen and seventeen in.
3 Sarah's Biography. Rollins College., my official signature and 'the Town of Ocklawaha In the southeast -
4 \ congress and member of the house Texan Talking Nuts. seal this the 20th day of June A. D.,
c' : Most attractive and healthful sur quarter of southwest quarter of

4 ,A"'"1;;;:man" out In-..Rochester, Ia., says. committee which deals with such roundings.For 1906. I Section 32, Township 16 Sou..i, Range-
w a (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK
: matters. Special to the Ocala Banner: 24 East and the north half of the-
Bernhardt was born In this full particulars address.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion County,
north half of the Southwest Quarter
:ttvtry.lived here until a young worn- College 'Station, Texas July 11. W R. NEAL! ; Sec. Florida. 622. of the Southeast Quarter of Section..

7'and that she has relatives in a That the subject of increased appropriations -The Texas Nut Grower's Association 7-6 1m Orlando, Fla. I 3 2, Township 16 South, Range 24

ii.ber' of American cities. This is for waterways improvements opened its annual meeting here in NOTICE. I 2ast Said lands belonging to the estate .

will be one of the most Important connection with the Farmer's Con nf the said Peter Black deceased, '
., lake true. ,: and it. Is 'surprising that itJ'slesldu FOR SALE CHEAP-One thousand Notice is hereby given that on the I to be sold for the best Interest of said
,create any comment SarahVitborn at the next session of congress gress. The principal subject of the live oak fence'posts;jalso, two thous- 2nd day of July, A. D., 1906, minor heir. -

In'New' York state and until i Is apparent, for the country Is beginning convention is, of course, the growingof and red bay, cherry and cedar boards.B. at twelve o'clock noon there will be j This the 29th day of June 1905. '

: ,.1 J 0 ?{:rWa old of.TtijLa to realize that no matter how pecalns, and the conference with H. Seymour, Ocala, Fla 7-6-2t. sold at Public Auction,'in front of the 6-9 SUSAN BLACK, Guardl&a. ,
was a playmate
jz.. clerk's office, in Ocala, Florida, all of .
.... the Chi- low and equitable railroad rates may the farmers has been arranged to givethem"an -- -
empress dowager NOTICE the old court house chairs benches and Special
Master's Sale.
,, ,,wMwioserfoiks"ran>laundry Inthe become: 'water, .transportation: ; always opportunity to learn .some other; things belonging to the said
. 'cheaper nd that it' is' consequently valuable things Iln. 'connection'.:with which not in -
aiaifock.The, be ,- ApPUCation' '. courthouse are now use
'Togw'.and Rojesttw Of far Tax Deed Under Under and by virtue of a final decree -
: .' high" time'to'take steps 'for the planting and raising of,.pecans. nor necessary to be kept in service in
::. Alg, lived just around the corner, Section 8 of Chapter 4888 the new apartments.S. rendered on the 22d day of June
> '
: ::' "aid all the members of the four tarnlis'were !- the improvement of our great Inland The great bulk of the commercial Laws of Florida. T. ;)oISTRUNK 1906, In a certain cause pending In

..: ': close friends. Sarah did not system of rivers and lakes, whose pecans are grown from native seedling Clerk of the Board of County Com the 5th Judicial Circuit Court of FlorIda .

, :' *ife r first In "Uncle 'Tom's Cabin," commerce now equals the entire International trees. The trees are very abundant Notice is hereby given that W. W. missioners. 622. chancery In and side for thereof Marion, wherein county, on Henry the = -

{ the world. In along the waterways of Texas. Martin of Tax CertificateNo.
: commerce o purchaser
'i : lj% a comedy written. de-
by a MASTER'S' SALE. A. Faucett was complainant and Cyrus
of the necessityfor budding these trees with the finer 439 dated the' 1st of
* tz. seeedaat of William Shakespeare who spite of this proof By day July, Wilkerson was defendant, I, the '

':i"3"':Iived In ;;Kansas. Persons wishing ,toP such work, the fact remains that varieties they become Immensely A. D. 1901, has filed" said certificate, Under and by virtue of a certain undersigned special master named '

f: >wmore'of the details of Sarah's at present it receives less than three more profitable. The operation is com in my office and has made applicationfor decree in chancery made and entered', and appointed in the said decree to -

; :l per cent of the country's income. Asa paratively simple, but is not generally tax deed to issue in accordancewith by the Hon. W. S.. Bullock judge of, execute the same, win, on Monday,the
4) ase'' write. ,
-Tampa Tribune. the circuit court of the fifth judicial
"C-"" < proof of the saving which improved understood by farmers and efforts will law. Said certificate embraces circuit of Florida sitting in chancery''' 6th day of August, 1906, between the -

::,fJ. : [Father. and Everybody Works. water transportation would work, the be made to give the farmers attend the following described property situated for Marion county, Florida, on the hours of eleven. o'clock In the forenoon" .

kw :!: a..':' case is cited of a shipment of 58,000 ing the conference an opportunity to in Marion county, Florida, to- 7th day of June, 1906 in a certain and three o'clock In the afternoon, offer -

\: Loeb; Is, wornoot. and Chandler tons of coal made from Pittsburg to learn all about the best methods in wit: Commence at northwest corner cause therein pending wherein Va' and expose for salein front of the

Iiel leria Meginny is complainant, and court house door in. Ocala In
an saidcounty .
Sylvester ,
is discredited of
New Orleans by water at a cost use.. of lot 8, subdivision of John Broward
sad Barnes Is"scared Henry Gordon, as ex-officio adminis- and and will sell the-
state to
Lh4'- :
and so they
; ; the
; $18,000, as compared to $180,000, grant, township south, range 21
r aTB trator of the estate of James H. Whit- highestand best bidder for cash the
. up Beveridge for a cost by rail. No shipper or consumerin A lady who understands advertising east; thence north 64 degrees 15 minutes field, deceased and Jennie Whitfield mortgaged premises described In said

}i :.prIdential scapegoat Poor Bever. the country is so far removed from says: "No lady wishes to be looked east 10 chains, south 25 degrees are defendants, I will on the first decree as follows: Commencing at a

t'i.,ti:"Jdet. What. crimes' In thy name arefceeJamltted its waterways as not to be able to upon as a shopping fiend; she 44 minutes east 10 chains, south 64 Monday in August to-wit: point 747 feet east of the northwest _

:; wonder .. 6th A. D. 1906. corner of the south half of the northwest .
: No .August ,
into store
benefit from such a saving as this does not care to go a and degrees 16 minutes, west 10 chains
:sage between the legal hours of sale offer quarter of section fifteen, township -
i tired.Ill.: and the feeling is steadily growing have a merchant show 'all his stockIn north 25 degrees 44 minutes, west 10 for sale and sell for cash to the 15, range 21 east, running south

[ that if we are to continue to compete order to find out whether he keeps chains to place of beginning; 10 acres. highest and best bidder, before the 332 feet; thence east 1,516 feet;

'successfully in the markets of what she wishes to purchase and The said land being assessed at the court house door In Marion county, thence north 332 feet; thence west
I : Two Sales. Florida the following described lands, 1,516 feet to point of beginning, beingin
\"t the world in the future we must whether the article is sold at a price date of the ,issuance of such certifl;
to-wit said and state muchas
t t' : county or so
ourselves for the cheap water she, can afford. It .is much easier and cate In the name of parties unknown.
: Paul C. Davis,, Ocala's success- equip That certain parcel or tract of land may be sufficient to satisfy said
t 'toy oriaUst, has mmated the transportation which is enjoyed pleasanter to look through the advertisements Unless said certificate shall be redeemed situated In the city of Ocala countyof decree and costs. T, E. BIGGS,

Igof co.te& abroad. of a paper than it is to bore according to law, tax deed Marion, state of Florida and described Special Master In Chancery
J ..his two residence j on Watula to-wit Commencing R. B. Bullock -
as follows : Complainant's Solicitor.
'Fit the clerks and waste her own time. will Issue thereon on the 6th day of
' : ,to-wit:'.The one he himself ocCopies on the section line between sections 6-29.
: Although the report of the committee Next to the local news items the advertisements August, A. D. 1906. seventeen (17) and eighteen
\: and. one just next to it, -
>-.h:; 18 now occuPIed by Mr. A. P..pGilmore which went from this country to In a paper stating articles Witness my official signature and (18) township fifteen (15) south, of NOT! ANNUAL
: -
*. offWjteQ investigate municipal ownership, particularly for sale with prices, will keep seal this the 4th day of July, A. D. range twenty-two (22) east at the SETTLEMENT.
family. The
purchaser northwest corner of Edwin C. Smith's
of city ''railways in Great much of the money that goes to the 1906. S. T. SISTRUNK, -
:! desirable places Is'Mrs. lot on Magnolia street thence west

.;:'* )1&i.s1e Ljles, % sister of Mr. George Britain, will not be made public for large cities at home." (Seal.) Clerk Circuit Court, 119 feet thence north 70 feet along Notice 22nd day is hereby of August given A.that D., 1906.on the-

.7 }1l! comparisons of the sys 7-6 Marion County Florida.SHERIFF'S Magnolia, street thence west 119 feet
: = k>h.. and who recently moved. tol some months at the court house in Marion county. .
-*v = there with the private SHERIFF'S SALE. thence south 70 feet to the point of
is4 clty'from Newberry. tern employed Florida the undersigned as guardian
SALE. beginning. ,
.'f: ,...Rr.Davis expects soon to leave for ownership In vogue in.the. United To stalsfy said .final decree and for the minors Katie Mal McIntyre

.'! west and will remain I States have not been lacking. If it Under and by virtue of an execution Under 'and by virtue of an execution costs. and Helen McIntyre, will present my
probably accounts and vouchers to the Hoa. ,
.. ,
--q far is true that an American's weak spots issued out of and under the seal of issued out of and .under the seal H. M. HAMPTON,
some Bell in
-t-? months< He expects Joseph county judge and
the financial the circuit court in and for Marion of the circuit court in and tor Marion Special Master in Chancery.
) !ever to ( his pocketbook, experience Marion county and make my annual
return to Ocala some county,, Fli. dated July 3, 1895, In a 7-6
", next. winter. .of Glasgow,, the home of, the county, Florida, dated June 9th, 1906 settlement as guardian of- the said
certain cause wherein minors .
: British system. Is not likely to createa in a certain cause wherein E'-znbeth ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. '
ii!:: <, Conathy plaintiff,and Enoch W. Ag- Dated June 19, .
'''- .our' : reference to Mr. Thomas favorable .Impression.. Financially, B. Anderson and Herbert 'L. Anderson new Is defendant, I have levied on 1906.A.. MCINTTRB

<', a' m our issue we many critics are Inclined to pronounceIt are plaintiffs and T. L. Lowrie, and will onMonday Notice is hereby given to all cred- As Guardian for Katie Mai and Helen '

*d' Tuesday's failure The figures, at any rate and Robert Roades are defendants, I August 6th. 1905, itors, legatees distributees and all McIntyre, Minors. 6-22-9t
,, that he said that the man who a the same being a legal sales day, and persons having claims .against the

,tortnnate enough to discover: a are interesting. Three years ago the have levied on and will on during the legal hours of.'sale 'Offer' estate of Robert E. Flinn deceased, GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT

-.:!'***xnijae in Mexico would be a mil- municipal, tramways of Glasgow had Moaday,. August 6th,,-1906: forsale at the courthouse door-3a to spT.lit the same to the undersigned .AND FINAL DISCHARGE-

'the next day. Gold should gross earnings of .$5,271,000. of which the same being .a: legal! sales :day. and Ocala; Florida.and sell to the highest :wlthia" ae year from date hereof, .. 1

: in contributions to during the legal hours of sale, offer and best bidder, for cash the following duly authenticated.Ocala .
t -dread: coaL There are plenty of they paid taxes; real estate in Marion county, Notice Is hereby given that on the- _

.!. (mines, silver and copper mines'tead7lnMexlco the .public, good and to the sinking for sale at the court house door in Florida, to-wit: Fla.,. July 6th,. 1906. 27th day of December, A. D. 1906.at =

) found for the reduction of capitaldebt Ocala,.Florida, and sell to the highest The undivided one fifth interest andesWe JAKE BROWN the court house In Marion county, .
but Mexico great. As Administrator of the Estate of Florida, the under signed as guardian '
-Just: is coal $432,000. of 13 and a fraction and .best bidder, for cash, the follow- of:Enoch W., Agnew In the ,
"in for
now order to.betusmelt > : East half andsouth Robert E. Flinn. 768tC01IA3U the minors Katie Mal McIntyre,
-.t: :lier oies.\Th r ,has-let: ,per,'Cent:pt the'gross earnings.. a. re-. tog..real. estate la, Marion,. county; Flcr tracts of-land- to-wit' : >,- f -' and'Hellen McIntyre, wiu present my
the'pabiicof for each Ida to-wit East half'of the southwestquarter halt of southwest; quarterJandnortheast'quarterof : accounts and vouchers to the Hon.
turnip ; 44 cents : .
coal find J ft ,
discovered there .
# ,.,..'- '" southwest quar ;: ; Joseph Bell, county judge In and for
scaice In'tneJerritory served Boston of. {section :tUrte jf fjlS) f
exceptionally _1Empryiboroughty person terJ of section fifteen,t wnshlp.seven.teen Marion county, and make my final
?t.4i: ,,,,, I. during the .same period, the 'privately township fifteen (15), south of .range south, range twenty-four east trTai. tJnJ ,TEIBBM settlement and apply tor final discharge

traction One (21) east Sold to satisfy containing 440, acres more or less in .
; of Abbey- owned system seryW : twenty- as guardian of the said mil,. -
3mahe ; Said Jeiecution. and"cpstslt Maripn county,f Florida ... $ X BANK DEPOSIT nors from the said court. -* ,' "- ,
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tuJ a $5 ( ( .O
has population-bnt ... "; 1- andcosts. .
i arrived.lndcalaratid. much*-- a greater utttled and-valor e expansive ter" -. f Cf It s .,. ;(H' "iRY CORDON J, Soldi.to fsatIifylsaid.; < eexecutipipf r ,.. tate oo F ri tuiti l'd.: ;BEAST Dated June 19th 1906. -

'with'bank. about Fla. and cheapest on earth- Don't delay. Writs.&?. McINTYRE,
: of Sheriff Marion County, GORDEN.
earnings HENRY
$. lltoryrhad.. gross. 6E08GIVAUISJUU BUSINESS COLLEGE, As guardian of Katie Mai and Helen
,-wt. In .' ? .. .' : $12,000.000, and- paid back'to', the "pub- : -7-6 .' .. Sheriff.. Marion county, Fla. 1.aolP.a. McIntyre, 'Minors.6.22.6m-
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M 3 jJTTLE." .- ::"BUNNY. LESSON.'TEACHES,; -- 'A' ,'BIG'. "''n"-n""n""n"ut"'nn"'n''n.'t'' ''' ''''' ''''''''' ''' '""''''''', '' F

:t Three items; published In different ---
t. '" .
:parts ,of .the country, hare ,attracted -.0.
our' '.attention, ,as' .pointing: the. same .... I --:1

,moral- and adorning- pretty much the .- : :
came; .talei. In" the lively' hope that::they' -- -..

c: hare* V-:a like-'/effect upon our readers, kBRO H & IRa. -."........ .

. re place them,,here side'by side: Ir

According. ,the New York ,papers,
the squirrels of Central, Park have

been so pampered by the over-gener. --- ......
.. .

4' pauperized. They no. longer pro- '
Tide for the 'winter by' laying, 'up .a.
store of"nuts; thereby.' tending to make Wholesale Grocers. j

jQothamitea discredit Keats when he Ii '"
'declares that "the squirrel's granary '. ....
!s' t 1ll."' It is not full, or we should ,- -' :.....
say It' is no longer full. The bunnies ': .....j.

rely, upon a continuous supply of, peanuts :e
_ 1 from charitable but unwise .persons' --- ', !
r ., Again, the eating of peanuts has Ocala "" ZJ.l
softened their teeth, L::' ', '. x.' ... .. c, .....1
they permanently"can no longer'crack.. .hard-shel so .. :.',;- R; ; Y ... 1. '. "- '. "I .,, ..; -'. ': __"

nut.. They have been hopelessly pauperized ... .. -- .

; c and become the pale pension- .. : : .. ...
i t t
firs of rather, _i_ ....
- the"public: pap or pea .
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: .
.. auts.;, ': ." .' .. "' .-. + .. ., ". '- .-.'. ,. -

The.second'. l stratlon Js given ,by ..... ..... ..*' r :. ., .Jo >'" 1' ", ; .' :, ., '.' ....:.:: __., '. ,. .'.,.. .: -. :,. .. _
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the m hmond'Tfmes-Dlspateh. We .i.-., ; "" .
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quote words "A <- ".j.'b'J' .r+, ... ,:.; c-; .
,a'few jrhirling : Capi.tol. ( .' ,. /;-,. '- ',. "'i. #? ;If ,., yty ,j' ... -. "";-'Ii :J /.:< K-t .... .;F-
Square squirrel at play in a'tree :, > :. .' : : .
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lost :its' footing, 'fell to the earth, and E 'V. :: ; :
:; was killed.. It is a, wonder that there -'p. .; ;<
are.not.more tragedies of this 'character .... >. ..,, mI
F= in the; Capitol Square colony. The When in Need Of 'o : ; SIMason's
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Capitol Square squirrel is slothful and : ) 'f, t

lacking enterprise, because he does -- ,
not have to earn his own Jiving. LackIng ; -'
... -
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, In enterprise, he lacks hustle, and .... ... .
lacking hustle, he lack's agility.. The --- ,' ,.", ......
Capitol Square squirrel lives ,on gov" --- -'-"'"
ernment pap,' and is a degenerate. !-t :' -.-..------:-
- : This is manifestly, as the writer saw, "
.another instance of pauperization.The '

Capitol Square squirrel had been I Fruit Jars i : 1F j

1'' pauperized'. reduced 'to the state ...... .
of a sickly'pensioner.:, of the government .. '.. _
doubtlessly aided in his down- -.
ward by the kind hearts which
; career:

the are.still. Virginians.more than coronets among, < Pints Quarts or Half Galloii""f: : x

The,, third Illustration. is the proper ,
study of mankind 'which is man Mr. .

Roosevelt's secretary of the treasury, F '.c
Leslie M. Shaw, daring to run counter j
to thee views: of, his chief, who thinks : ,: : '; I. 11

s, that to serve republican adminis- ;" : .
tration is at least next to godliness, ': ... ..
., ; .... .' .
has recently asserted that ,a government ; ;' ;.. .J?
clerk .is only a gilded pauper. I -- -._ :. -41' 1
'= TJVO tvj "Summer Rose" his hold is : ,, :. ,.. :;
brief fragile, and soon to pass away : '

whether he is".kICked,'out by;, ,a ruler ..... ,:i Purina Feed :,:;,p' ; '
'that knows not Joseph or by the en: .., ; :, .
n '
feebl&g and .pauperization... of. his mind ---- .: ,_. .,... --4"-..... ..,. ..,
and body.: r '. ''., .,.. ,. .... ', .,>'.('
' The three Instances teach the same ---- c' : ......-::,
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; lesson, the moral. As --- .
$ point same the ''
peanat-fed squirrel. of Central. Park, ---- :,. ..., ... .... i.
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York __ .. : i .
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New and
o :Capitol Square* I. ___ :-- '
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Ricbmoat feels his,teeth growing too ...... .: .. i -..
1, soft to. tackle the succulent but cal- '" 'I

Internmentpf ." 14' :
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TugatVd walnut, so' the governmentclerk t Jockey

ae 'finds, or':some one discovers for :
; him, Us* soul and mind becoming too

;' flaccid and flabby: for.the ,harder labor, .. '
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and the tough problems, of life. Her ., '<. )<. .. < >
like Ups,tUfl'Y. analogues,. has.become '' ; '. n.. __t<
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pauperized'; is only a; pensioner. ----- ; -.f." .,. ". ', < 'f', r<-' .; .,..,. .,:._ .. .
And-to stretch the poor figure a little ; II ', .' :, c. ... .. ';
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further upon the rack of met phor- 5 ?- ; ,' .
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squirrel t :/ ;- .
as the ; becomes so dependent t -- < .' -4
_g upon .the:a parentl1 ceaseless! Sow of -- .- *,.' ,
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toothsome peanuts, and pretty littlekickshaws

his. oaken granary that he, neglects so the governmentpamperedclerk" to plenis-- :

'loses his sturdy self F Magic Stock Food1 1 1.p. f"4.

;_ reliant and his independence; and be f

comes little more than an animal, fed I

.. through the bars of his cage. He lays ',.

up no store-has no future materialor :, ...
mental.As --- "> .
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Solomon ,has already made use --- '" ,'. ,-
of the ant in his frequently quoted but .. '-411' ;:

rarely we.think followed it will advice be equally to the. sluggard effective. .. Jello or Jello Ice Cream Powders ; iio i / ';

to tell
man is living upon gov ....... :
ernment pap and is in. the way of be:* : .
t coming pauperized and'a pensioner to ..... '.'. ., -----
consider the New York and Richmond : '' ,:. : ....'
x squirrel, and look alive. ;

_ These squirrels could be used indefinitely Send Us Your Orders.
in this way but we have II t' Prompt:1: :: :

,not the. time.Columbia. (.S._ C.) State. : : .
Have Purchased a Laundry '' ":: ::_;:;. :::..'\, .', --ill

\ -' \ Delivery and Lowest Prices. ,,- ?,i'-tt '
1 '
.Mr.'aA IJnd$ y.pi. Arcadia and :''T.- =

': Mr Vernon .r, Clyatt,-formerly of this .... ., ', c' .

city have purchased from Messrsf -- -. ., ,' '. :" r. '.. '. ,:,'. -. ,:.
: :
Hahn & Brubacher the: Arcadia steamlaundry ': : -::.->. ;p -4
and have already' assumed _......- ; e .,>:.' ., _.;.;.1" ..' -4.....
chargeof the business,* .----- .... _-.,,,. ., ...:,c"'S, > \ "T' _
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In ".
speaking of the -
new owners. theN -.... c
Arcadia News : '
says -
Thie! new owners are hustling,' en /. ; Yours for :
ergetc:busines's nieu\ who fully real more business :: ,

ize that quality of work and prompt 414 .
service is what :the public demands 44i;

and It. Is their purpose! to give the I- ..
public the best.work that expert work t} __ '.
men and uyrto-date machinery can prot -41 t'r'
duce Within 'a short: time they 'will --
+ Install a 'new mangle ironer which ....
Trill enable 'thenf to do fifty rim 441
per cent .
.more work with the same force .. f
'.will .also install electric irons.,Which .......
will be a.great.time and labor saver. .. --- k
.Many other Improvements will be --
'added that will make .this the .most I -

rid complete and 'up-to-date. laundry in :tF : 4 1l =341
.the state. -' "
The Ocala friends of :Mr. Clyatt -

i Tine wish of him',business.r I'...abundant a. : success In Mine;,.. .,4 I:?i( 11'4' 41"'i"4'44"rj",1"4" l "I l 1, ,', ', .l. " " " '4"A" _' A -4

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