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L the last_!!!! sL&I.O! -WORSE. '-- ..- THAN 4 """ '-MOSQUI-- -" 'I .-Y." GOOD, '..>-- -BYE-- ,TO_._COWBOYS,--.-......- -- --'.' : lianBrosTE i

4 poods, C1t about TOES. ::JrcM

of grain as compared Boomer*"'from Kansas 'and' Missouri

annual, yield of the ea Should be Limed and Ker-' After Crow Homesteads. '

years, and tb more Daily to Kilt the. Grub. / Southern G6pipferV? drks -

...
bushels .as: compared The student of the human familywill v

about equal to the health department should find plenty characters: to Interest -
Manufacturers Turpentine Sti11 i
crop; greater than all attention to livery sta- him in the hustling little town }

the two Dakotas, and & of Billings, Mont., and General e.ta1 '
clearly shown. by the state : Workers.Old "i
one-half of ire total A tall cowboy from Musse shell way .
health in its leaflet to the
.. United States' in 1904.. stood on the curb Saturday night, and, .

LAWRENCE. ng flies. to the delight' of the crowd of home- Stills taken: in,exchange for new ones.: Patching: ,

abudance of lime should seekers from Iowa and other middle lUroughlhe country- aTpecia3tjTHOrder8"l bp "mail or" c "

Registers, an .Objection. and a daily inspection made western states, shouted this stirring wire will receive prompt attention at either of the 'f
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-" -'-'-' --- refrain: e following workSFAYETTEdiIl.E .' -. .' .
clear .
made
I very
vt11 Fla, July 16, 180 .: Hosanner, :hosanner; f

t: Ocala;Banner: always annoying and they 'Billings Montana! "
,
N. C.JACKSONVILLE. SAVANNAH
Governor in localities where ,
to Jennings numerous
If draw home
can't
; you a

best governor Florida: a stable: In many 'cities liv Draw a grand planner!, FLA. .. : ', OBILE, ALAL

Governor Drew is are visited twice a day .
-
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; on. t ? th authorities and'lime and But, though cowboys, ranchers and NOVEL INVENTION! r'FOR 'TURPEN MIAMI TO CELEBRATE
others from the "real'' west". are in evidence 10TH 1.:
used to kill the
management was freely eggs. TINE. JNDUSTRY. NIVERSARY.
finder JJennlngs.: There action has'been taken the most of ,the boomers who -

world without end. flies by the health depart hope to ,draw Crow reservation homesteads Pensacola Genius Will Make the Turpentine Special Rates 'Via Florida East mat
are from the middle states. .
It. the people would appre Men Get Rich ,Even Faster.A Railway.
of all stables Land office officials tell me that the
take that end of the daily inspection "

later. -1 use of lime at" least. once In young farmers of Iowa, Kansas, .Nebraska patent ,has just been ,allowed for The city of Miami Is arranging tJ

articles in today's Metro ur 'hours.. "f, Missouri, .and Illinois are doing invention that is makea celebrate its tenth
an expected anniversary
gI J25th
most of the homeseeking theses .
subject of the asylum. Dr. Porter's Advice :
will do what you can to Health Officer Porter, in days.. Many of. them have gone great c hcnge in the turpentine in ., 26th and, 27th and In accordaaSfwith

; .efforts to have the aryl has the following, to 'say: through hard apprenticeships as dustry and it will probably add 'anew their application for 'rednCe 1

htened out and made are filth-carriers,. give im- "hired men" and they are tired of grade to rosin and a higher one rates, we will authorize special '1oT

which' will be a credit t of untidy housekeeping and working for wages. They want to ,get than that commodity has yet reached. rates: Jacksonville as follows: '1


and a benefit toits suffer bearers. land of their own and, what is more $7.50; Palatka. $ f,1

they can tell good land when. they see This invention has been perfected Orange City Junction $5.50; Sanford;
S. I 'am meeting with road heaps are the' pests' breed ; 1
in "my, efforts from It. They know the value of land that after two or three years! experimenting $5.25, with correspondingly law rater:,.

the best'' menu in 'Florida. houses with wire netting will raise three crops of alfalfa and by Mr, Vincent P. McVoy, a from other Florida East Coast __.

I man in Florida is entitled t remove all horse manure that will turn out enormous crops of young machinest of Pensacola, says tions. We have also asked the ohei'J

almost anything under the magIctouch the Pensacola. News and is intended. Florida lines to accept for ;:
position that man is as it accumulates or Jail bash1pv.i
to do away with the old style of boxing poses, our tender of these
of water. In many cases the rate.
i it, with lime which will kill ad''i
man who has .lived for years in the the trees. It win be known as a to authorize the sale of tickets i fro,
much use to address (eggs) of the fly and pre ;
far west doesn't realize sharply vacuum cup and will extract the sapof all Florida points; tickets to be 8OJa'Jull'23d
"asylum" expecting tb .
the trees in about one-fifth of the and 24th limited
to the 30fh
enough the remarkable capabilitiesof
to get them. They should of typhoid fever and *
"Inmates, Asylum." flies undoubtedly propagate the land. He is looking for a "snap" time required by the old 'process. In to return. ; -' -3;;

H. DOVE ALLISON. -something that can be watered with addition to time saved this processwill We are advised that the schedule i

i been proven beyond all little expense. But the eastern farmer increase the purity of the sap at of events will be about as follows: iAn

Committees Florida Pre flies can get their feet and is quick to see that almost any of least 25 per cent over what it formerly address by Hon. Frank Clark

Association. soiled with the discharges of such productive land is a "snap" was. In case it is desired to accelerate congressman from this district 'i

fever patients and patients even if the question of water is goingto the extraction of the sap a Grand civic parade, consisting of's

'of ,the Florida and then, by coming in be troublesome for a year or two. small vacuum pump can be attached military firemen, secret 'orde% sad f

; Hong C. L. with food, such as water, So it is the man from the middle west and one or two strokes, will do the civilians at night. The Key West :I

: has made e meats, they will infect ,these who is settling up the Rocky moon work of a day. Light Guard Band' will furnish .music

the following standing and introduce: : into the human tain states. The cost of manufacture of the cupsis during the celebration. Display of

!: the year 1906: germ of these diseases In a few years the careless cowpunchers less than the cutting of boxes during fireworks. A long list of athletic I

Tom F. gains entrance principally and sheep herders, who the year, does not disfigure the sports. =\

Gainesville; Harr the mouth and finds frultfu1 missed their opportunities, will be trees renders them less liable to take A game of baseball *daily betweenj;

Record, St. Augustine; J 1 in the intestinal canal. working for the man from the middle fire and can be used not only for turpentine Miami and a crack visiting team for'i

Fraternal Record meat fruits and vege- west and wondering why opportunity but on any tree from whichit a prize of $100. The team vmniaj'-I- ;;

A. Russell News becoming fly blown,',none passed them by for some one else.- is desired to take the sap. two games out of three taking (.

F. Sherwood Democrat, articles of food should.be ex: Denver Republican. .. prize. 'j
!' president and secretary. sale except in wire-screened POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Dancing every night. Drill by the :;,;I

tive-Claude UEngle meat vegetable and fruH WHEN IS A MAN DEAD? Miami fire department Barbecue.

; W. F. Stovall Tribune should be wiFe-screened to .Never judge a man by the opinionhe D. RAHNER, A. G. P A..

Frank L. Mayes, 'flies." From the North American Journal of has of himself. Florida East- Coast Railvtr, .."j'jJ.

Homoepathy. Women use calling cards in playing I :;:
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the social game. GOING AFTER THE OIL.1';
-T.T. Stockton; s Delineator for August. Floresco claims to have brought '
: ; ; Frank' A. 1 back 'life to whose hearts havestopped Talk isn't necessarily cheap when :!
n f'4" dogs Crystal River GettlllfV
money does the talking. People Are
Manatee; Philip isaacs of suggestions for the from twenty-five to forty .
't
Every man who knows himself Ready for Active Operations. ;
;; buyers
gowns is to be found minutes. He applies electrodes directly
-W. R. Carter knows how selfish other men are. ;
s August Delineator, which is
to the heart, either on the outsideor
r
t 'J. H. l'j A woman doesn't thoroughly enjoy Crystal River, July 18;Three rarw
; Humphries not only from the stand
by needles to the inside of the van, loads of lumber
> anything that she can't over. have been unloaded
cry
O. C. Moore
; s fashion but for its reading trice Danilewsy has started heartbeats
for the oil welL .
Marianna. There are a good many noughts in = "
Among the fiction of the num in a rabbit twenty-four hours
Y On ....*' Grievances--:El. C second installment of "The after death. This he accomplished by the sum total of the world's inhabi Part of this lumber will be used on'
derricks J
tants. and the remainder tor traQd- -
Agriculturist DeLand; F. and the Chaperon," the de- perfusion of the heart by Locke'se so (
: Banner. Ocala; W D. J motor-boat romance br ThC I When a man borrows trouble he ings for tools etc. The oil people are.'.
lution. Inhibition of the heart actioncan
WestviEe; J. H. authors of many auto puts up his peace of mind as collat not discouraged but are determined fto
be
brought 'about by applying
J < eral. find oil If it Is here., H
Leesburg; ; also two entertaining electrodes at the root of the aorta. 'v-
Unless a man's sense of humor '
'Times-Democrat Boras is -
on by Carroll Watson Ran #
Loke and Rosenheim perfused a heart
Persuaded. Prisoner. ;:
on a vacation he
and<< Resolutions-A. Marvin Dana. Carolyn Wells never takes a',woman l
that had been hanging in the laboratory {
.... seriously.
Argus, Brooksville .
; ye the "Rubaiyat of Summer for five days since its removal The resourceful man is the one wbo ..
Food for thought is often
Christian supplied
Advocate written in her inimitable from the rabbit's body, and caused it succeeds. There is a deputy marshal |
by one's inability to obtain
L. D. Geiger. Citizen, Apo P E. Laughlin, tells the sto to give beats of considerable magni the other kind. enoughof in Alabama who does not let anysuca |
E.
Pabor. Pineapple life of Rembrandt whose tude. Howell of Johns Hopkins con trifles as extradition laws stop him.1
It's so hard for some to
A. B. McKenzie men save
!.. s are held invaluable in the cinder' from his experiments that in A writer In the Washington Post tens '.
money when single that
Palatka. they don'tthink
s best .collections of art, ,and hibition .of. the heart ,.depends on the a story of one of his achievements. |
| -W. W. it worth while trying after they
Thompson I
Kobbe writes of ,
i nd the famous presence of diffusible potassium compounds When, the term of court was about ;f
Key West; E. P. Ball, A R ri',y.-Chicago News.Diplomacy.. i
song of the south, "Dixie,, in the' heart tissue and that. to begin one time, a man who was

Key' West; T.I J..Appleyard d Dan Emmet the old vague impulses act indirectly by increasing out on bail was reported to be enjoying

City.. In the Campaign for S the amount of potassium himself in Georgia.
tion will be gladly f m ciP'
.' Abel contributes'a Deputy Jim Them
compounds of this character. "Mr. Gidsmore began the young went after him. "

R ; : Market Inspector and the Prom the physological standpoint. man "when you proposed to yo next day he telegrahed the judge:

? are urged to pay their which concludes this series of therefore, it looks as if the day may wife-or to the estimable lady who Is "I have persuaded him to come."
(those who have not
articles. There are numerous come when death will be cheated of now Mrs. Gidsmore-did she tell you ,A few days later he rode Into towa
I shall have to drop the
devoted to the interests of the its prey, and the heart forced to takeup to ask her father?" on a mule, leading his prisoner, tied ,"
the roll when the
kitchen house furnishing, again the walk that it had laid : "She did, my boy," affably repliedMr. up snugly with a clothes line. The priS' ""
if
published it is not done. I
and dressmaking, and the down. Gidsmcre. oner looked as if he had seen hard .
APPLEYARD Secretary.
pages include a variety of service.I'
"And did you try to shirk the job"

Buttermilk. having ,for their purpose the Senator Mann as a Peach,Grower., "Well, come to think of it, I did. I "Why Jim!" exclaimed the judge. ',.:

-9"- of young folks. -I believe I tried to get her to do "You didn't make him walk all the
Senator A. S. Mann land commissioner
''- girl" will find to: Snapper- the asking 'pon my soul. Ha, Ha?" way from Georgia did you!" -
Gulf railway
of the Gainesville &
Large Catch. *
"And when "No, sir: Jim.
taken internally, as we you did ask him-<>f replied .
for Chattanooga "
externally will do r -of left Thursday morning course, you had to speak to him "I thought not" said the judge. ,
cargoes snappers ar he .
Tenn., where owns anm- "
"No the
finally-- ; responded Jim. "Part of '
complexion", as the beauty port Saturday, one for War mense peach orchard, comprising 120 ,
goes much deeper than U Co. and one for Saunders & "Of course I did. Of course way I drug him and when we came>
acres, 2,500 trees. "And when to the swum.- ,'"
is no end to the g no Osceola entered for the for Senator Mann is not much on pretensions you: did-ask him did your Tallapoosa river he
knees
shake -
are saying about a b ut with several thousand, ev but it was learned_ that he dry and did, and was your tongue STRAYED. An English setter, '.
diet, .and\ now is the sea box being filled. you have stage fright
from the
had received a telegram generally white with black spots on ears; has <

e' most country homes af arrived for Saunders manager of 'his orchard stating- that "I was scared to on collar. Suitable reward will be,

plentiful and can be tak had a catch of about 6,000 he had been offered $1 per crate on "Well death! paid. for information leading .to his
that's the
any stomach way I feeL I told
qualms whi
of which immediate
were -
the trees. There will be about 6,000 I recovery Apply to Ocala Banner
Gladys knew I could
.I dwellers in the city a out to customers who had crates, so it will be readily seen that find some mutual office. 719.
i of partaking of the bond bond of sympathy betweenus
"dairy1 supplied in,several days. The the crop means a great deal of money

] them. The "sure" art! the Cavalier is one of the to the- owner Senator Mann stated has when I ,came to .tell you that she WANTED-Position as salesman in
; true milk' peptone, and promised to marry me."-Llfe.
during
to
ever brought port
the
that he would not accept $1 on store, can handle dry goods or groceries :
,
digestibility; a decided jaxa season, when the fish the' trees as he expected to get $1W 5, A Search for Buried r good reference given on *?. :
in Treasure.
kidney troubles; scarce and the catches as the fruit, being exceptionally fine placation F. M. Sanderson, Plant 4

for diabetes, and in cases o: sm Jt The fish, as 'a excitement
,. being often size. and' small' ones, butt bring easily that price. sonvme over a search prevails in Jack "

nothing else will s place ,on the scho ner Senator JJann proposes to return:to treasure. An for burled FOUND-A lap robe. Owner re-
old
> negro : ame'of
by
stomach Fozlthe ih.ui.em.. They .re the
: Gainesville in a few days, when he Hammond has in his quested' to call at this office, pay tv '
removing "those bm c along |he Florida coast as will resume his work in building, up possessionandjias notice identify and take '
had for property
and many years Chatt' >
outward
applica the vesels now visit'the Ca m- the country in the proposed extensi a same 't'
locating the -
'strongly advised. For rh fishing, .grounds, on acco'at of the Gainesville & Gulf railroad- lies spot where this .treasure' *. \

l. : there. Js,, nothing better; t gunboats'-" which are Gainesville .Sun.. buried. ,He, showed his, chart, to' : LOST. BaBy's lace cap with .Dine
J. a
: saU-stpnesA it is, highly!, in that jvicrnify, the got rn .Mills and a,M Lee. and. formeda bow.on side sand* strings fastened, oa _' .

and it should be larg ng that il comes with. I". copartnership. search. for 'the With gold pins.s Finder please return :

y. >sitcan&.obtain ed...! \ boundary.-"Pears.a .:i.. Disease takes no summer Measure, is being., vigorously p rage= to this pfficeian4jeceiTe; reward. ; ,

sipped slowlyjsnot [*gory .. } ., vacation. ; equipped_.I with I M .!. "
large quantities"ai once. pumps and several MEN WANTED t.
If need'' flesh :andstrength men laboringawith, --All phosphate ,
you
0 of the giants'ofthe s'en- shovels, and have news around Fort White,. Newberrf, !
gotten
Mugge, of Tampa'has ; columns of the Saturday useScott's far enough 'along with the Dunnellon, Holder and Floral City are '
work
decision from the supremi Fit,, Mr., After> ,J. ]3eve pge to.strike' with 'sounding; rods paying laborers every Saturday. Good f

"z the Tampa Water-Co: mention John '<3. *Calhoun Emulsion bullion whit is supposed* to be thef buried. hands are, making big wages. .

seems that"Mugge had Y. Hayne along with. Web
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1 6ecanse.the water.do Clay, but whom think ye he summer. asin- ,winter.l' wr...... =I f ;.sW. .NT O'-Neat viia. 'for. bandiftf

? to have the reds why. William H. eward. He sect fa tree wnple. t'Attorney his case Bryan. .of. Jacksonville cigars.; .App y at.Ef Troplco Cigar .
against. Ie&trust1]
sand the";fire. "'compa'f one in this connection. Per SCOTT4BOWNV-; --. the Factory, Ocala Flay d2t w1t
Itrwuahothat
( man' a4iPtari Street. New York ; instead, of'incm
: powerless' to "do, ". eftec. young never read Jere- 'p.u4'"laD "- ing the : *; i i... ;
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.. 0>', '_. ), ;t' ...;.., .F_ .., ...., '_:, Black i on' Seward -. lowered the, / combine ;;;!TDe -hog ;and the. cow fare tetter
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if mil.
An InterestingLetter For the beet.farmers. of this country -

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..--.----.-. by especially the new law will be ..

of ,the greatest interest, because the

The Topography of the State Rev. Alex. Beater measure will make('possible to rajse t

Misunderstood by Even Geography inAtlaata beets profitably even where no beet r\/! >.

,JonraaL sugar factories are. ayallable. Commercial

; Students alcohol, for use In the United i.
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States will be made from ? ,
I corn an<
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potatoes, or 'from ugar beets. 'It is Your Doctor $
1.. **,* ** estimated that farmers will find a
my friend and brother trees. He cultivated the land tended '
market for millions bushels
of of '

_p, ColHer, at Chlpley. In the his orange,trees and lave,much timeto corn' 'and potatoes each year at the Recommend Red RocK_

}he preaching of the 10speC Following .
laude of Florida. distilleries. In Germany, a consular -31
the Scriptural injunction he
that many of my readers report says,cows are fed on potatoes Ginger Ale
It-
was given to hospitality, and it is related ,
after the tubers have been used for
.iI-.r at ay statement about that whenever the West Florida l' "
making Alcohol --

5.. -_ rtr'--f In Florida. They will Baptist association met at any of the The Immediate effect of the pass ,

:' txclalm *',{bo ever heard churches la this 'neighborhood his fUr. As a delicious non-alcoholic y
J. Itili. house age of the new law will be to non-stimulating beverage' to.
was thrown
__ ;aMiiI41. 111 Florida the land of entertained the whole open association and and he I aish 'to consumers a safe easily por- ,J ,drink at home, nothing excels Red Rock Ginger Ale .Add

':.- ... wilt fra*. low country and did! It in princely style. !table fluid duel of intense heating m to this its marvelously beneficent influence
on digestion r
at lower ,
.
strength 'a price
.; sues. 1M87. era wUne om the fiats The war came on, the slaves were : 'than gasoline. Distillers comparatively can ; and you have-the truly Idear beverage. t 7pLj

',"-i ..i siWf& the marshes of the wait scattered, the beautiful home was I produce alcohol at from 18 to 20 cents Y

:;;:; ..' .-r burned to the ground, the freeze kill a galloa. This, it Is estimated, should krdA4 i Look for.the Red

;:; nil U la kwplag with many other ed the orange trees and the glory of II mean a 'price at less than 25' cents a lock Crown tIQ

: f0&! err&rs about the south Qeorgi Orange Hill had departed. Today a ,gallon at retail. Alcohol has: nearly I 4 ii stopper.- on bottles, bALr

)*j FteriJ country The peoplessEektrn neat cottage occupies the site of the twice the heating power of gasoline ) IT,IS YOUR ONLY PROTECTION r. I ,

',? parts of Georgia and Ala. old home and where the orange trees now selling at about 18 cents a gal __

ae M Ignorant of the country stood many pear trees are to be loa. nas tS55 ;

"aM seU of them as the average sees. Denatured ,alcohol has been In use &lcti1&bottle, at aU groceries;etc., ,,,
and P'' '
elm fiber Is of the contents of Near this point occurred the great In Germany and France for years. .on draught at founts

.;: .. ward< of God. In spite of the pop- excitement over the finding of oil The former country with one-fifth

tto. tefcef. that there are mountains some time last year. A well had been less- population, than the. United I

to ffertt ot course there are not dug and the clay that came up was States, uses fire times as ,much alco-: I J

gs ... ;... nor do their peaks rise seen to have caught on fire?andto, hol. One firm In Berlin according to II I

a. to kit the clouds, but they are have burned fiercely, making a dense a recent consular report sold more Lang, Swartz & Co., Wholesale, Distributors Ocala FLu

1MT retfectable In size_ and merit smoke and chine off the odor of pe than 60,000 alcohol lamps ia a year. ,

tte MM of t&ottfitai&s. troleum. The story soon became public In France last year nearly 3,500.000

If:JOG nil consult your map you property and there was a rush to tons of sugar beets were used In the J a

tilt lee the Alleghaney range runs obtain options on the land la the making of alcohol I Never Let a Pretty Girl Bite You. THE- -- -

pen Ia north Georgia and north neighborhood of Orange HilL A man One gallon of 94 per cent alcoholis I # r

..,._ Baking its final output at was engaged to bore for oil,He bored equivalent to two gallons of. gasoline I We are never quite safe. Here :: :
-. i Ii comes Prof. W...D. Miller, of the University -
liseeaw and Stone Mountain. Then into the earth as well as Into the for fuel, light or power, hence it Marion Hardware )
i of Berlin, with the assertion )
Hereto ft,section of hill country pockets of those who were interested would be as cheap sat 26 cents a gal. Gonjpaijy
:made in a lecture at Middietown,
'apsed 'Atlanta. Below this is a come in the venture. It is not exactly clear Ion as. gasoline at, 13 cents. But alcohol
Conn., that the "bite of
a
pretty girl
.FiufeJr level country until you Just what was the result of his boring. will not cost 26 cents to produce :I
:would often bring Quicker and '
-twee to Haeen. where there are some Many wild and fanciful stories were It is made and sold In Cuba for 12 to a more HEADQUARTERS = *
!horrible death than the bite of ,
*
,all boN hills "and where there are circulated by the poorer class"'of' na 15 ,cents a gallon. It will be'sold in a serpent -* -- : ?
[ !" He has made a special American Wire -
eerier views to be had. Then tiffS who thronged about to watch the United' tates, within a few years I study Fencing, > t
:of the bacteria of the mouth, and told C" 1o"-
!**re U a loa, stretch of level land the unusual proceedings. It was reported as low as'gasoline is now selling for, I "
and Blinds
SashIDoors .
his Middletown -' *
audience largely '
Htil yeo come into the neighborhood that a black gummy stuff was if not lower. It will therefore,, either :' ., -4
made of callow '
that
,C,Ttftoo. There the country is roll brought up from a depth of several drive out gasoline entirely .or. cut its up college youth, Paints. Oils and Varnishes;; .:
.
only a short time ago he had exI ,
jig aad reminds you very much of the hundred feet and that It was eagerly price la half. : "

fee swell of the ocean wave. Over devoured by the wandering dogs But even if. gasoline sold for halt I perimented on a beautiful girl in ; ._ Mill and Mining Supplies, ", ;
Germany and found that an arrow : _
tiwsrd Alabaiaa in the neighborhood and the pine woods hogs ,who came price alcohol would still be preferable I

ef Lunette: |a Stewart county, and from far and near to enjoy the unusual for it Is far less dangerous and dipped in saliva from her mouth would Turpentine"Snpplies. ---:

Beoa Tista/in the county of Marion feast that seemed to have been also less objectionable as to odor.It send Its victim in death throes more j* *( .

tat coufctry'Is broken and some regular provided for them. I do not vouch for will not explode. It will mix with terrible than one dipped ia the ven- ., Improved Farming Toolsj, _
of the .
snake. -
om most deadly
nonataias ,of red clay are to be' this story, but from the apPearanceof water so that in case of fire the fire ;.C 1
GET OUR PRICES
The moral of this story is that It Is
..... ,..: fellows another stretch some of the piney woods rootersI can be extinguished with water,
never safe to let a pretty girl bite
ef,fttt eeaatry .ia and about Albany.M have seen la Florida should judge whereas gasoline aad kerosene float .

Tbec&eniUe and around Doerun that they would be glad to eat almost on water and continue to blaze;.hence you, and ordinary prudence would ,

tt3s.hmt' crop out again growing anything that came in their way. After pouring water-on a gasoline'.dr' kero- seem to make attractive young men. :
if, there be such beware of Marion
indeed any ,
., u you cross the Florida line keeping the hopes of the people at seen fire only aggravates the "danger. Hardware.Cornpany

M yea Hath the neighborhood ot Tate fever heat for several weeks the borer Insurance rates therefore, will be less the very foolish and half-barbaric custom .

:. .lsi ree, To the west at Chlpley, announced that no oil could be found when alcohol supercedes gasoline. .of kissing.- There is danger In the -
,c kiss of a pretty girl as well as la her '\. _
owe are some striking mountains ofsatd'aad packed his traps, folded his tents and Gasoline engines now;. in use. can ----i
bite and the maD who risks either a -.'
: lime stone and some splen- sought new fields and greener pas- burn alcohol'with slight change if
kiss or a bite Is taking his life In his
tlews. are presented 'to the lover tures. any are needed aid, therefore, can
It tiwscenery.: t run after this year'at half their present hands. Nothing is said about the bite i
There is still some very fine round of an ugly girl,'and there will be some
Testerday afternoon in company timber and and about Chipley, but the cost. The alcohol can be used scientists fl1agsOo s To'TkeBeSt
mean enough to. suggest
: either in treating electricity for lighting 1
D.E. -
: N. Dekle whose guest I am trail of the sawmill man Is to be seed .
that the Berlin has received
professor
1.e. B. W, Collier and Mr. 'D. A. on every side and most of the trees or by direct burning with Welb- retainer from the .
a homely creatures
eU. I went out for a trip to the I cash burners. It Is said that direct
are scarred by the ax of the turpentine
-although we must confess that we
burning of the alcohol produces a
.tak1 cosntry. Four miles from
negro. The country is ready ,for do not know any of the fair sex' who _
.aPuies1P1aoef 1
in the midst of the piney the entrance of the farmer and In the steady light of thirty candle powerso could be' so described-and that the

: treat(,. the, country as rolling as the' course of a few years there' will be brilliant that a ground glass globe German doctor's theory bas been in. '

Hi,eras suddenly broken, and wee feet becomes 'necessary to protect the .y
fine farms nestling at the
,
many ,
vented for the sole purpose of crowding o :;
.,. to many great gorges, some of eyes.-American Sugar Industry and ;
of the mountains of Florida. .
the pretty girls out of competition -
fcjr feet Beet Gazette.
in depth Our Edibles and Drinkables -
the view .
I shall not soon forget -CLariestoa News and Courier
--p--one would ever think of finding
from Orange Hill.
to
.t.wer fall, or a cataract in Florida. presented me Florida's Female College. ': .
'. Across a deep valley a mile in width The Doctor Away From Home When are as Clean and Pure as
>*ttHat is just what I came, across. .
.l bald I looked to the heights of Oak Hill It is nice in the Florida newspapersand Most Needed.
: springs rising on side of one
and was forcibly reminded of some of ( we notice all of them are doingso -
adult sand hills runs sparkling among People are often very much disap- Pure Food Laws could ': :
'la Carolina "First Yeara any ,. :
'somber looking place cutting a the mountain scenery North ) to publish the article pointed find that their'family physician

and Georgia. Here and there were Success; Character and Scope of Is away from home when they _

:4N9;and wide ditch in Its course. points rising to a surprising height, the Florida College for Women at most-need his services. Diseases like imagine them to be. : : -14
b't
comes to a limestone cliff colic and cholera morbus
cramp re
"
and there as my eye,took In the sceneI Tallahassee sent out by the college
Wea appears to' be the result of quire prompt treatment and have In
could see many little patches upon officers to them for publication, with Our establishment 4 .
st, great upheaval in the days lone many instances' proven fatal before has r: .}a
W. the side of this sand mountain, that catalogues of the college. This'state medicine could be procured or a pbysicaa ;
The chasm is 50 to 100 feet
were in cultivation. institution is fast becoming one of the summoned. The right way is
acres,, It seemed in all directions and to keep at Land a bottle of Chamber been ref tt d'accordirig' to: :
best in the south, and no doubt
very
$,rs as'if some great Jet of steam Another freak of nature to be ,seen lain's Colic, Cholera and Diahrroea ;
with its second will far exceed
b found an exit, probably in pre- In this neighborhood is known as year Remedy. No physician can prescribea

: "storic times. In one corner, posai- Rock HilL lit covers, considerable ter-, any institution of learning In Florida. better medicine for these diseases. By Sanitary Measures and the .1
Professor Murparee, with his able as- -
r .Dr ten feet across there is a greatbele'.looking ritory. Beginning at the foot and run having It In the house you escape
sistants in department made aa much pain and suffering and all risk. .
every
In the shape of a in it remained"Old -
the
more like large well nlng over top only thing
a life. For sale u -
excellent showing for the first year Buy it now; It may save _
Asa arranged order
anything else. The sides are crescent, -in regular by all druggists. m .
which is a guarantee of the great improvement :
r' Hfysmooth'*nd are of limestone. are numerous great boulders some of and Matured"are: our A

firer:this limestone cliff the water them as large as a one-room cabin. and advancement we may Will History Repeat Itself I .
reasonably expect. None better for X
:: heat he little, stream pours into the They seem to have been thrown up ,
the young women of Florida could So long there is hope there will
,' whoa from the center of the earth by some as
yawning mouth seems ;
be found anywhere, and 'we hope all be courage and endeavor. All men Wines Beers.
.frays to be calling for more. The violent eruption that took place In the Whiskies j i =

'r'"falls fifty or'sixty feet and its days before this country was inhabited Floridians will educate their daughters give up. however when hope departs. =.

; fat nrttg when the mastodon ,at their own college which should There Is the danger of the present sit
music mingles melodtous- the days
and most assuredly will be the prideof uation. The people have begun to fear "
. '--lth:_ the voice of the wind as it whose boDes have formed the great Our of doing business i
the our citizens. In behalf of the college the very men they have trusted, and way ,
: a'isaers among the magnolias, beech phosphate beds roamed through .
rt we thank the brethren of the unless there is a change in the government
Pine tiit lift their' vast and wonderful wlldernes that 4
tapering tops is the ,
; press for their assistance In publish from the present undemocratic same courteous -s _
!A'ird the sky. The water here dis- waved about them. This land of the
ing that article. The college is a I regime to one which will re '
!:. l eairs_Into the earth, and is seen no south is Indeed a wonderful land and : :

:: a>are;. Nature artist as' she Is, has the more I see of it the more I am great state institution and Floridians store public confidence they will welcome and appreciative mode, 'we ry
should pride and patronize it.-Tallahassee a despot as the only means of -
aged the edges of this great pit ready to exclaim with the queen of '

: ', the waving ferns and within Sheba. ".end. behold. the half was not True Democrat. escape from despised and hated petty have employed for arid =
tyrants organized as trusts and con years .
,:, h,of the falling water great patch. told mei"-Rev. Alex Beater in Atlanta .r
11 Only 82 Years Old. trolling the party In power. It was .so m .
of, maidenhair fern, shimmering Journal :
In old Rome. Cicero In his letter to favors bestowed ', _
Mhe.failing spray that rests upon "1 am only 82 years old' and don't any upon:
.
: Attlcus, speaking of Caesar, said:
'... ..\cling to the sides of the lime- Curious Error. expect when I get to be real old to -f
': wr., feel that way as long u I can get "By Jove, if he does not. kill anyone us will receive strict andprompt -
,.
.
Electric Mrs. E. H. and the property of those who
the Bitters says spares I -
5ndIng'these limestone hiUs.wet The Congressional .Record .got .
; z of Dublin, Ga. Surely thereIs
Bruasea. are so terrified he. will be In high
led. .a long stretch of flat woods, speeches of Chairman Tawney and: nothing else keeps the old as young favor. I talk with farmers and trades attention.Our .

- .""! Florida country and then weil th'e''U Ton Livingston of Georgia and makes the weak as strong as for but their .
They care nothing
: to'what is known as Orange mixed about the time of adjournment. this grand tonic medicine. Dyspepsia men.
"To ., r.Please.
.
have aim is
lands houses and They
money. constant
_' 'riZJ Ii a 'regular U.ttle mountain This is ab >ut the first time democracyand torpid liver inflamed kidneys or ,
chronic constipation are unknown after gone right round.. They tear the man .
l:- : t ,e _and clay rising from ''republicanism has been so thor? taking Electric Bitters a reason t
they trusted and love the man they
'. midst" of the sandy Country In oughly blended able.time. Guaranteed} bj Tydiags &: feared; and. all, this-- through our own / Try us arid ;:be ..corifv; .

U stands The BO plenUtq1rhere.else Chairman Tawney 'gave the repub- Company druggist. Price. 5 ceat&m .
", ': pines \ .. .
of It. '
... blunders. I. am sick to think < !:
.
licaa side of the appropriations.aad :
',- .'have disappeared vinced. .. .
'-bill'Is covered with a growth the record of the first. session of the Albert Aasoa Granam writes to the HELP I? OFFEREDTO t. .-1. ___ ,

wkrd_aood! of 'every description. On 5Sth congress while Mr. Livingston Ocala Banner that he has received a .
WORTHY YOUNG, PEOPLE.We :' .
M4et tils for the dem letter from Orgeoa one of Respectfully : :
.hill are some of the nest performed: Tike service, sentence yours, .
!**tfeaYe : 'is to that In isf Summer has earnestly'request.aU young'per-
k ever seen, planted Ia"rows ocrats., It needless say which 'just begun, '

'}_ :theyguarded a beautiful res- the mixing up of these two speeches and I will add, it will Only last about sons, no' matter how limited eirmeans' \
: education who wish to ob
:rut bare'U a very'Interesting there gas: 'ji remarkable blending 'of fifteen days at the most For four tail a thorough or business training anda STRAUSS & CQF< ;

: .and democracy perfect months it ia spring on the rolling Oregon .
J.Loag1\ before the war a republicanism good position write by FIRST .".... -
..preacher by the aame.:.of Eve chaos of politic; It .is funny ," It,is hard: for Floridians to imagine mall for our .GREAT HALF RATE '

.' '#_ (tor:. this'.countrr"wt quite! readiag., The mistake was discovered 'a couatry' 'waere there are'only OFFER.Success lnd. pendaace and probable Wholesale and'"Retail" Liquors,
*.'of.slaves-On .top of this hill and corrected after many copies of fifteen 'days of summer' yet claiming fortune are guaranteed Don't delay. OCALA FLORIDA ,: .t:: _z

WiUful dateofUhe; Coagressioaal Record to 'be :within the, temperate zone."Short .- Write today. =
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AI' ,::' The': Invention of a Bright. ,e laratJastcompletely-. i Judge Alton B. Parker, late democratic
)
"I
; f.OUNTAIN. ,
.,." ..,:.f._,' .,.' .., .. .r .' < ',"' '; '''' ) ,
-, calls Secretary
nominee
,. '" .-,. ", .t"; .of,<' 4 Lad. ->. : : :< i ",'#,' ;'1- _" ","' ':' presidential -
gurgle '. -t Taft down' 'J far good shape on
the flzz
: Hearitbe 13parkling flzz of! RaubJac Moreno son of the is having his,own- % his Goldsboro, N. C, speech. THE ANNEX: SALOON : t tY

soda.or' blz4spurts< ., eneral;Moreno one of the bright : .
"r Stsfiag-Bongs'oI ;' pens ,. Lake. City's new waterand light .
Jj illawhOr:, helpto: make the f ,
:<* Oood i1' : public schools/noted,,, has a ? rtns are taking Europe plant when completed,, will have a <
.kit: IPUrt i't(/ "
,FiP *
''or.;'electrlcityt and Is.,very l ; capacity for supplying a city of 25,000 OCALA'S NEW WHISKEY HOUSE -
r Whiga livelyatteeai'itsqulrts- ; .:Ys. i
In discovering and inventing wpulation.- We ,hope that.Lake. City

Stall!;A' that ,cheers, but, never hurts. uses for that wonderful motoi St. CIaIr Abrams thinks will soon be forced, to Increase her i

.easy, it It :".J; ,. ; In, all his :efforts. Rouhlac has all right-r. capacity*.

Nete'the -ti tuba's" +. \ sympathetic, encouragement of... ;,.,i:;[; At A. C. L. Depot Ocala Fla. I
draft, merry gusn- too early for "grand- Plans ,have been _completed for the ,
** "' "'" motner"and,,when,, on 'a. recent . ., ,
AgneoUl| $ M : of ,' ", > '
gus 'her ys",1n Florida.- '- '- organization a $1,000,000 companyto : : : -- :
ing he watched her set _: ,I
,A4 i aroun( ere is a pushtd'a "" ,,r' ,build and operate nine fast steel.
rise overnight and then asked 'h We make a specialty of HIGH -1
:1\N/i
: crush;' { resorting steamers on the Mississippi river between -
Herald is .
'near the of ,
just 'what point top
; such tf ings; I wis; parallel."' 'r';.it; ; St. Louis and New Orleans and .GRADE WHISKIES, WINES and ;
: bowl the 'dough should rise ,
ii dame, crowus, pretty miss. {'. St. Louis and St Paul.
ready for kneading she showed BEERS, and no house in the state
yZ.auchrwine-"aI'thls: are anxiously. ,look*

eds .no bosh.' just how high it must reach turn in the lane.. :'5.-",;.< Efforts are being made to secure Is better prepared to ship on short notice

4 just right. the appointment of Sidney F.Andre s,
Then Rouhlac brought to to any point. All out of town or-
-MARiN TORPEDO BOAT. Uncle Joe Cannon do,.to of Chicago general attorney of the t
=
t little clocklike arrangement the Taft boom? Illinois Central railway, as the seventh ders filled same day as received securely "
1 ChaL A: Edwards, the special fastened to ,the top of the bowl, "
.. .. ,." and last member of.: the new interstate '
.. .
packed, in plain if de-
correspondent of the informed her that she could go to cases
Davis Turnley, of Bade commerce commission.At ,
OiA |Ba 1ner.1"tbt following in. and sleep sound all night without advocating state prohibition: tired.. Give us a trial order and we F

t r .infonaation coBceraing the that the, bread would run over '
'torpedo' boat!, when it reached the right val : to be held a meeting of the directors: of the feel confident that we will receive the
of Kentucky -
Baptist, Educational society
tay' to alarm would ring and awake 510. A time is
r 'to promise give good prom-
next one, as we of
; in Louisville, it was determinedto guarantee quality
rise rayof this: letter :* little in. time. -
make effort to raise 1500,000 for
{ an
fomi$1c about i,the sub-marine tor. Every housekeeper can 'goods .equal to any of .same .grade
the of developing the schools
p_' .whJch' Is destined to play the relief the mother experienced point in travels-will Gen purpose in NO'MATTER where purchased.
> and colleges that denomination
5 spelt an important part in the naval her boy had never failed her gunernatorial. boom .

wMtee of.the future,. flere is the first enjoyed a refreshing Best, ? the state.

-tt1i ;present?successful: by the,ghost of "run over: dough" John G. Lon treet, the eldest son Nicest Equipped Retail Store :
= ;
t -"-.... "<: boatadop'ted' .' ', Incur the' resulting" ;"holy" Dread,, !! and "dry" elections. are on of Georgia's famous general ,James In Town. ;
navy; Is -ontcomt f-a pectmentawith roused by the c continued ''"clang Manatee and St. Lucie Longstreet has been before Recorder ;

different models of underwater zip," familiar to victims of Broyles of Atlanta,- several times --a

craft mad abroad. and. ) in this :country clocks. She, tried to ignore the charged with being "drunk and dis

dating back' to the sixteenth cen and ,sleep on, but the racket and Clarke Howell are orderly The recorder says that he

turr' insistent.. 'Then she recalled faces and saying ugly is a "degenerate The Annex Saloon. Ii I i

During the American revolution, son's latest invention and each other.

,..,ushnell, a Connecticut Yankee 'presented discover that it was only 3 a. -- c Only 300 deaths and 3,500 wounded J

a crude, submarine.. boat which However, she concluded 'to man should be his own "bur. on the Fourth says'the L&keCity In-
OCALA'S NEW WHISKEY
wll3t successful;. ihOwed cconsid'Fulton the_bread, and sure enough the. r." He should not attempt,to dex. But these: things: must not interfere HOUSE, flCUUDE

eiU' iMilirItt-: :; : ; had. just reached.. the critical. 'p 1 burdens onto the shoulders with ,the spirit' of "Independence -- ._... o4e .1
"
; v
'. the ventor of the steamboat make perfect bread-,and all Day.' Its enthusiasm is worth a'fewcasualties it

worked on the submarine prob- noyance at being aroused so ; so thought at least, our A.;C.aL;-D epot. 1| IOcalaFla 1 }
=' Itm before he took up the application sonably gave,place to pride and th is running over with forefathers.The .- IiId j

; of steam .to marine propulsion. ure. and harmony. "Booted and ,
r Bush- of New York World that : ,', -- '. ', '. '. : kt
In ,1787, borrowing many of, Now. instead "setting the it seems her time to sit.ID. rejoices -
w .
cell's ideas ht evolved a hand-worked at dusk she sets 'it- the last : Col. Lumpkin has declined, to run .._...._. aF

under-water boat. He is said to have night;, then sleeps: the sleep, of against Ben Tillman, for the' United ,;';";
made a successful submerged run of Justly proud and reliant in Waterbury, Conn, com States Senate. It says that, one man 'J<

four hours with this .boat, but. thranthorities called at a reasonable hour in e in order to invite sym like Tillman is quite a necessity' In x

r. refused to' take his; experiments morning.. his wife who was bedridden ;I that body. More than one, however, >.:

'ltrioualFulton ).- And now she might be is'more than a sufficiency.

took ids invention abroad ly called Mrs. Necessity.- -
hangs high in the demo- Florida
Gov. N. B.
Broward. a
_ and succeeded in interesting tapoleon Journal.
and everything is lovely. member of the International Policy-
.1 in:Ui-;.ubma *-project.. Napoleon
with, his usuat'foresight, grapsed* the Wonder What'8 the are uneasy and are holders' committee, organized to attempt '-
x .. more so. to 'secure control of the New
.t importance of the invention just as t -; ..

history tells us. He also saw at that That is the name selected by York and Mutual Life Insurance.com
seemingly multiply. The big panies, in an interview in New York "
early day the value of breechloading committee of three ladies to 1 1 Aa

-E smart, arms,', which were not...recog place; of the old name of "The recount all manner of says that William J. Bryan.; will be
:
fiendish crimes. What's the
: the next, president-Louisville Cour-
: III wother2fei7i authorttieFreach wayami.it it will be a

.un llH,, wi faW..w : n* to':all. who :are:;'fortunate n our civilization? ier-Journal.
,
'tsI uthortttes however were not so visit it at the Jacksonville, <;
Ww Connor, proprietor of the dcll1MWtaws lr ,
Now 3 rrr tusii.. 1
comes a story from Middle-
progressive and did 'not 'at that time to be given by the Jacksonville nurseries, formerly locat

fj take-up the-'submarine, which is at nival Association November but now at Tanger town N. Y.. that an aged woman, a ." '

the present day their chief reliance clush e. .t"r.in the city Thursday. recluse".died recently,.and a search of tnToR iCAtES sL I <

{' in protect .iWr shores:"from a sud- The,association has her belongings found, only seven centsin \ .

den InviMiMlJW* TrT *' saps** thei channel.Fromrtralnoftbe make,It the, biggest and, :;best. egg" diet Is gaining in an old pockbook, but a further r '

J- | < last 'century tion that.:;has ever 'been;- with>fasmonable people in search in crack*,, crevices and draw. ( 4 _

uirtkiiJ afteeaer.!ago,1 the the people /of Florida* fbfc their(e cities. They are welcome to crs found thousands of dollars and ,. tl

: science of submarine navigation_made ment and will spare neither ; We'll take our'n cooked, deeds'to., valuable property 'in New
'
little progress. Fraitcf'wasithejurt nor Urns to/ that. end.- York City., the name'of* the woman '
nation to' take up f tha f problem] seriously :Already!:they have : was Margaret King.. I ltd" E"" ; ji

which It ltd "about 1885? and some.?. of the best ,attractions in !
; hundred "
yeuow-legged chick Filth
"City Reeking in is one Df;
w'
E ever since her -admiralty* has*been country' and are1 now in 114 i1V .
single picnic. Just think of: the scare heads in one of the Tampa j
4 trying different models of these boats. ence- with, one of the finest
.
it is not a winning card for papers. If there has been as much ; .
The Fr nch|navy has now hr service America to furnish music h ,, ( ) it
county then we are no Judge rain la Tampa'as we have had in qr
." or under"$ rthorU iiod (some sixty.. week. l lA D'( t 'i r i
submarines. feature Ocala it looks like the greater partof ,q,, a ; i
special of the
the' would have been > a t 1 11a66
swept 4'4'
filth act
k'.Y The ands diffl in '
delay ulty [;perfecting drome wiU.be'" the great fireworks 1
L ; Editor Codrington, of the away. That's the case, at least in i I-
submarine and" maUng4 pray play which the contractor
: Weekly News, have the grace Ocala, but then;, perhaps our drain- ,7'rc ':j ,
r tical fornavaj .needs .hu-been mainly them 'will be. the most to '- ,' Jd
< specify the "corpora- age facilities are better than most i '
i:. due to'ttKftct/thtt"tha principle oa ever. seen in thei south ands on ,'that are condemning Florida towns.' E 1 l' lE5 11

a? whjch; such boats were formerly designed dren's Day it is the intention system? Drano flMtfi_ EaipRlfll

was ,fundamentally, wrong It association. to give an And now comes ,State Health Officer -
> f% was erroneously thought that: these Japanese daylight fireworks. 'Th .
crats are nowdoing what J_ :Yr Porter and says that ,"flies \
*k boats must b| pulled down under the something new. and. has;never to have done years ago: are disease distributors." They dlstri L'ENGLE A. K. TAYLOR

water with lh'hull'in a'position.parallel been;'at'tempted by. any' "getting together.. And cute .typhoid fever and other virulent Edittr CartowJstAN

: 'to the surface or In other words.That this, section.* get together in solid pha diseasesmd, should be, distroyed and ,ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY WITH A WILL OF ITS OWN

they jshould: ipdowa; like,an'..elevator The- Taijroads have be something doing." the only way to destroy them is to .
y ,' make the rates so low that it attack theplaces that produce them, Brimful of Good Things, -Bristling With Catchy Cartoons

___ It 'rematn; |4 for American.. Inventive cheaPe, fto' go to Jacksonville Press has reprinted where the grub is born which can be
genius "'to ieailza 'the': tasclnetiagdream week than it will be to stay at Tribune's biography of done .successfully. The fly is worse Maybe you want to know what's so? Perhaps you would
of. Jues Yerne,. by: discovering ., like to see things as they are? Perchance the truth _,
-about her being than the mosquito and ,those in authority -
and apply Iny,toe-1 correct.rprtnclplefor (Will, Go to Bartow to Live. New York and'a playmate of should see that he is wholly well told and cleverly pictured appeals to you? Peradventure ;

quick and aatUfactory 'submergence-- *, the empress dowager of destroyed.. you have longed for a paper that will print

which Is >tEoa dive d'r. to the bottom Mr, George W. Watson, who proper credit. everything that should be printed?' ;

This means that instead of hay, been the Atlantic Coast Line The Georgia prl mary different
THAT'S THE
Ifif to remain above the water in an Crystal River for the past two Providence congregational from the Florida primary. In Georgiaat SUN .

exposed ,P93kio to 'a e m1aj: fire or more, has. received"" a'deserved'' says that Stanford White the primary you vote for delegatesto A Paper Without a Censor. A Paper Without a

while, alowly8eUBj! Uo the>bottom, motion.. He',has been made /'f of a murderer as thaw, a convention and there is always .,
our navy's' submarine can*plunge beneath agent' at Bartow with an' the "h<
the surface like in the mi.Ist of his horse." A Georgia drummer said at
a greaV fish. salary, and he will leave.In a crime.
E r{ aod In ihfew'seconasl there, la' not a two for that city. Mrs. Watson .- the Ocala House yesterday that the THAT'S THE SUNIt

>, ripple to disclose\the whereabouts oft their interesting children will : Parker) John Sharpe Wil voters in Georgia were growing so disgusted 7

the woadeiR4 'trait- : *. Mrs Watson to' their new d William Randolph Hearst with both Hoke Smith and Is Sanitary, Clean and Wholesome. It is Tropical Bright and

A description of these boats In our alter part of'this month. pulling for Bryan. "A long Clark Howell that the belief is growing -
strong pull and a pull alto Fascinating. It Is Virile Live and
navy. -"beglveuxia\my next letter. Crystal River regrets that both of them will be "throwndown" Enterprising.
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a; ',", Refiectlon.CI' Bachelor.:.. best wishes of their many CoL W. S. West, at present occupy- BETTER GET 1IHIE5UN

?, O.*. t_ go; .with*.them'to their new home. had ing the chair as president of the Georgia

A girl learns to swim.. very soon unleis that diamond senate. will. become the nominee Most of your neighbors do. Get their opinion on it. -:

thereiaCataan *arouadfta help George ,Ade Engaged diamonds: that ,did not be- for Governor. Colonel West's Ocala Then write right away to

Y R hold, her up from .Inkln her has been sentenced to friends are hoping that this will be THE SUN
It a years in Jail. S-e will not the conclusion of the Jacksonville Florida.
contest
atOUld.t; .ty.useful;aroundanif a A rumor is current, in Paris present' ,
:4 house sash knowr how-to'supporthis Mr GebrgeAAde-; tae;.novelist, { diamonds any more. In Georgia Inclose as the notion strikes you-say

family would be- a good.thing. gaged to Mis Lucy Taggart $2.00 for One Year
distressing about Stet From reading the following takeIt $1.0 tar six months
we
Women stop in the street and ?of Thomaa ,
.. speak ter ), Taggart. the, ch
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.; tq every bah. ; they meet; so as to keep of the democratic national is a great institution about that Allan Rodgers has left -Jacksonville 50 cants for three months.

in practkefon \hat Queer, kloi of Ian, Mr,'Ade.and.Miss. :Taggart .have almost whollyon ac and taken up his 'residence, And we'll eee to it that you'll never regret it. We'll give
f k a great; deal" of one' another' the" petty ambitions and per. in Louisiana t you the biggest run for your money that money ever had.

meq t,boy is willing to/get tip the past year. The two, Taggarf. of. a- coterie of small men. "The Loutsiana legislature has been Oh I yes, we'll send sample ceplee. .
coming in for the criticisms which
3 itslbecauae therelis
early somelwork' went to' Europe last October.'
Butler's $TS,000.ree has been usually assail such' bodies The .
for him to do and he wants to skip Booth Tarkingtons and spent 'th president
_ii ,put to dodge it winter with them at the villa in by the district 'court of the ot'the Society for the Prevention .- --.- ,,., -
of Columbia. ,Butler was for. ,of Cruelty to Children "billsto
f The same man, that pretends he of the Artist Vedde, and later a says
likes to row a girl for.tUrfre-hours populist senator from North protect alligators and birds were
sty panied them to, Rome B.!: a Smith.
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a'hot sun when they'arVe&Wred will The populists still's m to passed, but bills to protect> children c y Robert -

be found lying in a shady hammock The Miami Metropolis may ,of hard luck. were either forgotten or Ignored." SMITH & ROBERTS.

after they mirpied. wbile the "' I The protection of birds 'is often beneficial ,
ark is place at they; top of?the class. ,1 I Garnett of Cleveland, Ohio,
settingbl t ) mvethtag jb eaE" to; '. issue of Wednesday ft nt i I to the owners of property andso Funeral Directors and
sustained
a charge of Licensed
-t: t broUingtkitcben-N. Y,- Press.' telegram of the New York T n e ;volts'of may b'e passed.. 'Why they desireto Erabalmers)
electricity LATEST
terview with Bryan., The protect,alligators is father mysterious METHODS., BEST 'l1D8. WORK: GUARANTEED. .
same
y 'aspeci&1 troJa.t SlapUak..1 > gram)was?;not. printed in the voltage than is used in the' to those jat a distance. But chil- 'Telegraph orders receive prompt attention, .and embalming donor anywbw iI.
chairIn.
"Jena have been' the Ohio pftnke dren ought.certainly oa short notice. '
-. torbiddeujtto; Journal mtil> Thursday a 'day to deserve the ,:
he
felt
take.the waters"'here,1" What, phase. Tola 'was, quite a scoop for our, says as though some attention of. statesmen for some of

., t' "meant contemporary- ; ,. '' .:.. kuocklnihim down six times them will, be voters .after a whiles, -
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BROTHERHOOD: :. COMMENT. the NOTICE 'OF. MASTER'S. SALE. ) NOTICE. .
secure biggest
LGII.MWCotmmo_ Q Ii

':# '.what j&' w rld-if} /. men. in-the. .,... Trade,.continuei rood; AdTertising of* 'orn".fertil- -- .
c 10 Under and virtue
; '.1.! '.. :' : ; -- by of a certain Of Application for Tax Deed Under .
7.: ,;.. street' .: nd mart< <, c.' does, 'JiThe Jiff'-- :. must be used decree In chancery made and enteredby ...Section 8 of Chapter 4333, Lawsof
eithe[ same kinship. ottiieuinijheart -; -: --- 'WTll(1ItY1IIOMI the Hon. W. S. Bullock, judge of Florida;

:,.r' '-';< electric fansaurelymake life D Apply at least ,500 .the circuit court of the fifth judicial

'themv in.the, 'face- of worth.,living. : circuit of Florida, sitting in chancery i Notice is hereby given that J. J. -
llch .mates' l CURE ; JIiISAI.TICK the acre-with for Marion county. Florida on the i Fort purchaser of tax certificates
*.;' 4 ,flame. and flood,. '. .,; I roa 7th... day of June. 1906. in a certain Nos. 447. 502 505 1105
'true ; TiioIitLca1 field is just. now as ,. "'nil nitrogen 8 1106 1107,
the"meaning: of bro 1e'i'- per cause therein pending wherein Va
.:: i to 9r _, 1a_ c ,' 'I JN 8'1 TSf 1103r 1109 llll. dated June 6th 1904.
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'Jiood. '. ;, quietl as "a summer: sea. Of MANY VtARS B TO B!t"E BEST MOKWf Ok n phosphori leria Meginny is complainant and and 505 and 519. dated the first day Iof
MARKET fOR DISEASE lit STOCK Of AU.IJIiIDS c
; heierVi1cox.InEverody'8 RES1DCIS! AI'PEIITU..IItfAI..1U1lt1WlfS flltlt.tt8 0 Henry Gordon,, as ex-officio administrator -' June A. D. 1903. has filed said certificates : _
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f ". .' ; : THfiBMANS IS HOT A WOO 5RusToci* 9 per cent. POTASH. of the estate of James H. Whit. l in my office and has made _
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< it tziI! for July,_.. ": ; CU* WIlt A tRIAL Alii SAVE YOUR,IPMM..
?. Mrs ''Pett s, the wife of .the' aged Mice 25 CENTS APAWIiI is, a most- Impor.. field. deceased*.'and. Jennie Whitfield I application for tax deed to issue in. _
!OMLf8V&i R&j RtJGGrTSMUFAIUfD are defendants I wiU on the first [accordance with law. Said certificates .
:> :J-v set us to .thinking. It Alabama senator, is_ dead. ACKERHAH8 STE WART'LMThe : in corn culture. Monday in August -wit- I embrace the following described _

':Terfu1' how qUick, w$ respond : ... .August 6th, A. D., 1906. property situated in Marion county I
1 The heavy rain Sunday did considerabIedimagetoThj books for between the legal hours of Florida to-wit: Southwest .
p a1 for help that rouses ... sale offer quarter _
v'il'. / ., streets.. for sale, and sell for cash to the of southwest quarter section 10, -
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Jiaipathy of'all alike. There is o- .- -, Continental .hotel at are yours for. the highest and best bidder before the township 15 south r..nge 21 east.

-4..:element of contagion in it and General' Longstr- et.s son has been Beach. has had a-good season.. no cost or' obliga. court house door in Marion county, i southeast quarter ot northwest quarter .
Florida the following described of southwest quarter section 7 and
we have a, Just conception lands.
',::JIi t e. sent to- the Atlanta city stockade. I
and vast to-wit: northeast quarter of northwest quar-
brotherhood Butt The ice trust at Punta Gorda sort, a
;#wh r true means. That certain parcel or tract of land ter of southwest quarter section 7,
"jItement dies away and we set. Miami has an opium joint It is certainly "busted" of its own accord. Will luable informa- situated in the city of Oc la. countyof and softthwest quarter of northeast.

_-". da' to our little round of duties, putting oa metropolitan frfi1.c'i. help the Gilchrist boom? Marion. state of Florida. and described quarter section 19. all in township 15 _

.t lie hard to rouse to the call for as follows to-wit: Commencing south, range 21 east; southwest quarter ;'
: .: Carrabelle is growing. It has 'just on the section line between sections of northeast quarter north half of _
hour
of
that:comes to us every Governor Broward is digging
launched a. newspaper. It will now : GERMAN KALI WORKS. seventeen (17) and eighteen southeast quarter and southeast qtlar111 I
c-. d ay'from1' all directions. in the Florida everglades-not in aaa Street. or (18) township fifteen (15) south, of ter of southeast quarter section 1! _

jje".see' this illustrated when afterearnest grow more. soul however but by proxy-and Q&-22X So. Broad Street range twenty-two (22) east at the northeast quarter block 9; allof'

presentation of the eeds the lamp holds out to burn-in a northwest corner of Edwin C. Smith'slot block 15, lots 2 and 4. block 17, all of':'< I _
The Georgia legislature will pass on Magnolia street thence west block 18. east one-fourth block 2 humanityUn, ,the.regiona months Floridians will learn if '
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steering '' 119 feet thence north 70 feet along Cline's sub of northeast of.
almds I quarter
;* ; a collecflonTs i : 'f ken 'by' some "wlth5ut"bpposition; 'the ;child governor's; pet scheme is a ',s1 Magnolia.: -'-street-thence west 119! feet; northwest quarter section 18, township .
labor : :
,;. who is skilled in playing upon bilLThere .,... Let 'er go Gallagher.-Apal thence south 70 feet to the point of. 15 south* range 21 east. fl _
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"it emotions of the people and a gen. Times. beginning.To The said land being assessed at the t
.. 2 is now peace, amity and good staisfy said final decree and the date of the issuance of such eertificate -.",

contribution is made you' know fellowship between the Dunnellonand Our city authorities violate the costs. ** in the ,name of Yarn & Me-.. -
;:.smany of the latter are never Ocala banks. H. M. HAMPTON f.. Neil, H. W. and Sarah Wood. E L.'
; t of the land daily. They seize and Special Master in Chancery.": Land M. Wallace. W. G. Williams4 -
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I the of the citizen 7-6 "
property Ella Lewis and parties unknown. Un. 4
-tIJ uch methodsare injurious because The Times would be the best printed
due of law.!' This is 'and .J less said certificate shall be re-
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,process. one a yield: of quo _
i;do not go beneath the surface paper .in Tampa :were it not for ;$ I ;. iJiI When your taLber pLant4 NOTICED demed according to law tax deed will ,
and the same people are its untasteful and unartistic head th fundamental- guarantees, -,,ofconstitution c.bewen the bPS on the -r yXH 1, '
:ons; bat Lbey baveben lmpro-y. '-1 issue thereon .on the 24th day of July.:
-er.lo'reach: a seco d time be- lines. -jj n and thea jt city 4 ;_ '.4.* IIiD We are expena.- m., "'", AppliCation foT _ are going 19' find themselves vegesbIeeeede.. ;;k eiion Witness my official signature and ,
AiuJ mua
they become callous and indif- -** v *i/9'S!* .d 6eMtth17 J sjf Chapter 4883, J "
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against it -some ot' these days.. to Uappacm 1 seal .this the 20th,day; of June4.: D.. _
under repeated appeals of .thisL.etter Senator Platt. of New York has i CO.. Detroit IIleII. Laws of Florida. --g 1906. _
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not entirely gone out of recollection.The Bourke Cockran says: in his --- -'at...., (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK '? {

way is to proceed from a newspapers noted his 73d birthday Notice is hereby given that W. .$ Clerk. Circuit Court Marion. County. -
,. President Roosevelt is the only .
Florida.t 6-%%. >
,:: principle planted in the heart. Martin, purchaser Tax Certificate
of the republican party for ," _
to fellow men is not No. 439, dated the 1st of -
it weowe. our -- day Julyj -
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He says Bryan is now the ,NOTICE ,
:- aestion of emotion but duty. Weep The Jacksonville Metropolis has wwww ww A. D. 1901. has filed said certificate -____

Tr ',pa.' :will. over the awful horrors that Attorney. Bryan cartooned as "Paul preaidenl choicef&f, but the than democratic he would f ,. L. P. BtA fQ f') !in> my office. and has made application....:... Of- Application. ,for J.eave'To. Sell _
ted- from the earthquake in San Jones" with this legend. "I haven1;; < -* *--j ** s4 re5? ..,. ,B m for tax deed to issue in accordance Minor's Land.

:Jt aclscof mak your contributions yet beguntofight." if 1 1 astonished> :*- -< to _see* <:a "*oc.a. .Ku\ .With law. Said certificate embrace Notice is hereby given that on the; .
__ froialtbejNew !:krg9.e., O 3rd day of August A D. 1906 I wt1Iapply'to
:1 moved by a tale of woe.. but Chaiobilss-Saak Ocala,FU.% the fouowing described property sit
31WP Honorable
Joseph BeUCountyJudge
The last fssue-ofu he' i\w1iltHouseY' 11 ., ..
: ber that there are daily de- ord did not have a word Manatei&1 1 tiated in Marion county Florida, teg in and for Marion county state, ,

: _&ds made upon you and that wheth- say ," ':J'he. citizen standing in .the wit: Commence northwest corn.ei.... of Florida at his .office in Ocala, ,in '

",we, feel touched. in \ur emotional the "corporation organs" throwing JYaJ" of his home-contented on -rE -AT.LA w. of lot 8. sub-division of John Broward said .county.'for an order authorizingme _

-....e' or otherwise; we must heedBJtry mud at.< >Broward... : ,- -:Good.* ,I +1rv ;:. threshold.' -his. tat11 II.gathered. t ..n i Gary-4.gnew a.- Block.') grant township :3 south, range *2t as guardian of the minor heir ot* _
..,, t. i'' f "....; ,<- : .* 4 .1. ? the estate of Peter Black. deceased
Ft-OXUM. thence north 64 15
rnin
that comes from every direc. 'h1s"'bearthsl &-while the V : east; degrees
Stetson University trustees are still to sell at private sale, the following -
as it' came to the Apostle Paul a well-spent day closes in scenes: .._ utes east 10 chains south 25 degree property belonging to said estate to-* _____

'i Tarias "Come wrangling among themselves and 44 minutes, east 10 chains south.64 wit Lots sixteen and in _
r ,tarried. : over sounds that are dearest-he : seventeen _
4 what is are airing their troubles EY-AT-LAW, **
worse the Town in the southeast
of Ocklawaha
degrees 16 minutes west 10 chain -
q Macedonia and.help us.-Florida. save the republic when the drum .
stian' in the newspapers. I ?8rLOUDA. north 25 degrees 44 minutes west ]| quarter ;of southwest quarter of- _
Advocate. !
is futile and barracks are
Section 32,; Township 16 Sou-i, Range
W r UI ..._ .A! chains to place of beginning; 10 acre ; of the _
: --- -Henry' 24 East and the north half
J' A large acreage in pines will be put
. The. ;White Man Has an Odor. DENTIST. The said land being assessed at the north half of the. Southwest Quarterof Ii _
out at Boynton this year. Growers The parish council of OCALA FL date of the issuance of such certificate the Southeast Quarter of Section1
have made good money' well &'1 had .-\i' 16 24 ,
' 22, Township South. Range
ientle reader thou of the Ens., had two male swans three in the name of parties unknown.
proud good yields.-Mami News. 6ISTRONK. East. Said lands belonging to tha estate -
iUcisian l blood, prepare to be shock- ago. At a policeman' m Unless said certificate shall be re* of the said Peter Black deceased,
S.- changed ,one of-them "forTa deemed according to law tax deed be sold for the best interest of'said" -
to _
yea, verily/brace thy haughty self .IJ.uw. G
Columbus Ga., will soon expendsix .Tr" ->"fls-' .! : ; _
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it.th lciP f1 will issue thereon on the 6th dar of minor heir. -
'iuJCs-Btlildint|
: a rude. jolt. The yellow-skinned hundred thousand dollars for industrial :J 9.tmU :
S $\ #st $2.6 each August, A. D. 1906. "2, This the '29th day of June, 1906 *> /
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dins lent Jap asserts that theplpite and technical education. Nine i 6-29 SUSAN BLACK. Guardian.

i ,.man's Qrdor is offensive to him buildings will be erected. *P t enota4eii. f thes.. J n4 L4L1!' Witness my official signatureseal an4 _
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.th1t.in other words he stinks. American Civic Federation this the 4th day of July. A.-D Notice of Special Master's'Under .'Sale.. *. *
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=-a'tthat jar you.some? Let us quote Joseph Robles a citizen of Tampa, has not yet visited Lindfield. 1906. S. T. SISTRUNK I !.
f"k
Massachusetts paper the Boston is 89 years old weighs 95 pounds and .. (Seal.) Clerk Circuit Courtj and by virtue of -a -final decree

: handles a 72-pound Deering plow. Hon. W. A. Russell editor of 7-6 Marion County, FloridaSHERIFFS rendered on the 224 day of June'

r' Pa.1 k&'Newttliott : :: ... 1906,* itf a certain cause pending >in>
that for the Osler theory? .
hive received good How is
a many 6-
.1' '' paragraphers in the state. One of SALE. 4 the 5th Judicial Circuit Court of Flor|
: prises, and a fey shocks from our ERAL .. Ida in and for Marion county on the
Secretary Taft continues active. A latest shots was to the effect that .
end*:the Japs. since we really be- Under and by virtue of an exec chancery side thereof* wherein Henry

c '\ta get acquainted with them. little while ago he wi's'making'" JajgcsSnville ;,.1 ire; trust nom tion issued out of and under the seal, A. Faucett was complainant and Cyrus -

t fe'w'ot'us speeches in North Carolina' ,He 18' ted e ,. IBEGToM; of the circuit court in and tor Marioj%, Wilkerson was defendant I, the
; ably will be ,
for prepared now doing the same st'1ll' 1i U.c11U of t i8t: t! 1 county Fla., dated July 3, 1895 in*a undersigned special master named
mer : the that
announcement mont. QcrattQ-politicol lawyers, | tfiafe certain cause wherein Richard Mer and appointed in the said decree ,to
; f' the most formidable indict- 111V--- whomade* trnst* >ifr.M st1& ". .ltoe 1 Cmn "k tf Conathy is plaintiff and Enoch W. Af/4 execute the ,same will ?Monday. tha

;: t(brought against the Caucasian qutnts.w8pVcial'given to new is defendant I have levied "Un 6th day of August 1906 between fiw
rofeston.-St. Augustine
Polk county's tax valuation this ee. and on'Monday **SS
; "ly..the Mikado's subjects is the will hours of eleven o'clock in the forenoon'and 3
year approximates $5.000,000, an increase to Order August 6th. 1906 'fl '
lion three o'clock in the afternoon; offer '
that the
white man gives
of $700,000 for the year. The Plenty of rain means good the same being a legal sales day.. 'adI <
rk an odor that is extremely disable tax rate fixed for this year is 231-2 and a mild winter next season, so I during the legal hours of sale, offer and expose for salem front of the
to the brown man's olfactory for sale at the court house door fa r court house door in Ocala. in said1'
the wise ones. Then a splendid
r -.,tea: Now, we all know that there mills. is ahead M w"F1oridaastbe- Burnett, Ocala, Florida, and sell to the highestand I county and state and will sell to the-
best bidder for cash. the follow;
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highest and best bidder for cash tha -
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; j 1n.races whose personal bou. Rev* W. H. Dodge, formerly of is as regular as the day this ing real estate in Marion count?, mortgaged premises described in sai$

: *,t is highly offensive. to u1 but we Jacksonville now of Bainbrjdge, Ga., it also keeps the atmosphere cool Florida, to-wit: -_ decree as follows: Commencing at.& -

-: v, .!never for a moment Imagined : in. his sermon last Sunday gave a hot assists the sanitary department The undivided one-fifth interest and point 747 feet east of the northwest
( estate of Enoch W. Agnew in the corner of the south half of the north.
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we, the elect of all races and the I
roast to the proposed ten-minute summer work of cleaning the city.
Tailoring tracts of land, to-wit; East half and west quarter of section fifteen, township
iters'of ?
,, the world's destiny, were sermons. 1ft. 'it.semn. we'have mueb/fo, be .. south half of southwest quarter luTd :15, jange21 east. running south 4
Wselves-, living in a glass house of fTarHerald. j II FloHdi" .: ;it, S SS 't1. northeast quarter of southwest quarter 332 feet; thence east 1,516 feet;

: description. It Js said that the It is now announced that Mr..W1I; # 'I..f .al ,.J '",&-" of section fifteen township seventeen thence north 332 feet; thence west

;. panese, really feel a great repug- 11am Randolph Hearst will ru astn .. j manffriends otJIo.u" '<' ': Geo tted.and; : .f- south range twenty-four east: 1,516 feet to point of beginning being
t. containing 440 acres more or less.., in in said county and state or so much
cQ: to ..
us on this account, and that independent.. candidate for governor Wilson editor of the Cloth8
Marion Florida. be sufficient to
county. f as may satisfy said
; : L.white man's odor is valid ground of New York. No good democrat ever will regret to learn that he Sold to satisfy said execution .and decree. and costs. T. E. BIGGS

41squaliflcation: from service in runs as an "independent iIl.i tl Cutting a Specialty costs. ".*"* Special Master in Chancery1.R
-i- : % UI Fits Guaranteed. /.
*:Japanese and and ( HENRY GORDEN. B. Bullock Complainant's Solicitor.
army navy from the effects of a stroke of
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Fla?
Sheriff Marion
: county 6-29
for divorce 'If all the names mentioned as possible sis and has been unable to -

tv Q Boston Is shocked-Boston candidates for governor, actually his.editorial duties for the past SHERIFF'S SALE. ::: GUARDIAN'S NOTICE 'ANNUALSTTLEMENTI

c leb.' is, or was the home of many become candidates were,. iU bQ a months.. He. will 'gQ- to'New- ; Xprk I A I k'A/J A -- ... ... -
have,argued that there should be bunch of them and/'th1Jncewspap :is tobe h ; TEEO, : -
> 4 special treatment-jbd! tt| I BY At, Under and by virtue of an execution -
, .ditlnctlon. between races, color or will reap a rich harvest* 'f'F'" l that he will entirely recover. Mr j BANK' DEPOSIT Issued out of and under the searof Notice is hereby given that on the

.3Tbe white man is offensive to son has been of invaluable ]i .0' 0 R. R. Fare Paid. Notes the circuit court in and 'or Mari 22nd day of August, A. D.. 1906. -
at the court house in Marion county
i1 strt18 of the haughty little Jap : Suppose some state attorney out Florida and the state could ill i, earth. Don't taken delay.on! : tultior.Write-o-day.BEST county Florida, dated. June 9th, 1...... Florida the undersigned: as. guardianfor

; ':,.111 spite of his bathing ,smells i side of Jacksonville. should bring suit to lose his services at this .. : MA BUSINESS, COLLEGE. T 1COa.1lA. in a certain cause wherein E': z.beUi the minors Katie Mal Mcintyre,

::awtId animal. The impudent llt.'t11Sl against an ice intrust and succeed.rh"aClhenwomdl Gab.. svil1'S.' > --'. B. Anderson and Herbert. Anderson and Helen Mcintyre, will present my

: We trust Ambassador Lute. '\\ ; become of .*thV ) '<-J; _: .. .- '; c tLEG are plaintiffs and T. I* Lo A"fe accounts and vouchers TIthe Hon. 11
Joseph Bell county judge in and for
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bathes frequently and be- Bryan "gubernatorial boom c'Some timeagoseveral : ;, J'-.s# and Robert Roades are defendants Marion county and make my annual

: ., klej his odoriferous person with clubbed together and built a $ ( Winter Park Fla. have levied on and will on ( settlement as guardian of the said

t oe, lIve me an ounce of civit in i advantages in classical sci .....L minors .
In the murder case of Judge Hargis race .track New Hampshire. Monday, August 6th 1906,

I <-; apothecary Miami Metropolis. and ex-Sheriff Edd Callahan. 'at .Beat- saidljjhey wanted to "e elevate- the art, expression com"" the same being a legal sales day"and... Dated June 19 1906. '
> ; A. MCINTYRE
't tyville Ky., charged with the';murdef 'oPhorse racing and encourage b 'stenographic"., courses', atM, during the legal hours of salt, .offer As Guardian for Katie Mal and Helen -
"
: 't" To Sweeten Rancid Lard. o( Judge Marcum the jury "ware-lit ers of blooded horses. Now College.'i *- # -** for sale at the court house -ioor
.:i \.- only twenty minutes and returned a is finished and ready for the and healthful sur- Ocala Florida and sell to the highest

'sweeten rancid lard heat the ;verdict of "not guilty," but no ,races are forthcoming, and best bidder, for cash, the follow. GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT -

i !::4 JQ tile same temperature as you I reason that New Hampshire I particulars address. I I ing real estate in Marion county.Florida AND FINAL- DISCHARGE.

: use for frying crullers, and to Editor Wilson has so far recovered betting on such races. The $ W. R. O'NEAL Sec to-wit: East halt of the southwest Notice is hereby gives that on the-

: ::Wllon of lard put' in three or from his recent serious illness as to vestment. therefore lies idle Orlando. Fb. quarter of section thirteen (13), 27th day of December A. D, 1906. -

,,:!a!" potatoes peeled and sliced be able to leave for New York next race track is likely to go to township fifteen (15), south of range at the court'house in Marion county -

;. e potatoes cook brown The who built Notice of Final Dis Sold to satisfy Florida the under signed, as guardianfor
east.
until Sunday. He will be accompanied by and ruin. men it I charge. twenty-one (21) the minors, Katie Mal McIntyre.

_L rittle. and your lard will be Mrs. Wilson, and they will sail on ,the horsemen, not sports and they said execution and costs. -.: and Hellen McIntyre wu present my -

,_ Clyde steamship CoDian' he. imagined that there 'were te-reby given that on the HENRY GORDON, :* accounts and vouchers to the Hon. I
4' _ _ November A D. 1808 the '
enough in New Hampshire to administrator of the es Sheriff Marion County Fla. Joseph Bell county judge in and for

For 'a Nail in the Foot As a peacemaker President Roosevelt the enterprise.-Miaml News.! W. Randall. deceased. will 7-6 Marion county and make my final
c; _. the Hon. Joseph Bell Coun- settlement and apply for final discharge
1. is an adept He certainly shouldb -
of Marion courty, Florida as guardian of the said minors
.. 1 rusty nail wound scrape ai i praised for his efforts in bringing Mr. Bryant paper "The >unts and make final Tiettle- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. from the said court.

:'red beet and bind ,the pulp 'oa about peace between the South American er," take to task t e .St. Louis G apply for his final dis- Dated June 19th 1906.
administrator of:the aid Notice is hereby given to all creditors A. McINTYRB.
wdr when this dries bind on republics as he did in the Jap Democrat, a republican P. T, RASDAUi., .
; legatees distributees and all !As guardian of Katie Mal and Helen
-_ I '%', U will: stop the pain and ane -Russian war. He deserves to sheet for saying that "after of Estate ot 'John. W. persons having claims against the Mclntyre Minors. 6-2J-6m
1 Deceased. ,
." .. Whurt wear a laurel: wreath. the Declaration of .. May: 3, ,1908. 5'4-6m estate of Robert E Flinn deceased --
dt -. to present the same to the undersign' :
.. <-"' 130 years the only thing -- NOTICE.
.
,Pche'7 in Portsmouth, Va.1 has How rapidly the automobile business with the document that of .the state board of ed within one year from date hereof; MarIon
in and For -
4 In the Ciicuit Court
_. :the attendance question by is growing in this country may can recall with' readiness is the city council of Key duly authenticated. County. Florida.In .

/: .-Ms Sunday night sermons to be .guessed, from the estimate of an I I Hancock's. signature" that wire screens 'be O aIa. Fla. July 6th. 1906. -
_. JAKE BROWN Re Estate of A. C. Johnson. ---
_; !1t ; Tbat one way to ad- expert' that the cost of running the. ,"Wh t a ,confession the meat markets on the Notice is hereby given that on the
... As Administrator of the Estate of
.
< .' Thom svUle Times-Enter machines now in use is not less than Commoner But what else flea so pollute the meat Robert E. Flinn 7-6-5t 5th day December, A. D. 1906. -

__ _.: An:Ocala preacher 'who lirnit--- $70,000,000 a year. This" includes fuel expected! in this 'materialistic :typhoid fever. That rule -: 'I' estate undersigned of A. C. Johnson.administrator deceased will the

: $ rmona totwenty minutes' and and repairs but not the purchase of commercialism All the best applicable to any Florida. There has yet been no "wlfel rs" present my final return. accounts ant -

p .. ..!ncopated! them tQ ten new machines. And a dozen years ago of human nature as well as Wire screens from General Gi1e rht. His boom may I vouchers.as administrator. and apply of for said final estate.discharge -.

4 .un1en ted': ,his congregation the value of. ail the :i automobiles in ditions of the past!:, and the senti : .,used la the Ocala; market announced. later Bryan had? tray.. F. M. TOWNSEND
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,- Ita'or, .,. a:dozen' to more" than the the country'was not one-fourth -that of the people. must give place some time and in addition eled nearly around the _earth, before Administrator deceased of the Estate of 6 A.1 fcaMartin C
Johnson.
J _/Vi,_,f uId ..hold, sum. almighty dollar have buzz electric fans. ,I..his boom fully materialized. ,. May_ 28ta. -9'>6.

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church at Plant City' was. ; the ...... f ; --. '< '
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Miss ,Mamie Crutchfleld White, of flit- b i ';'
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that ,city formerly of ,Ocala, 'was ..- -
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J Mason, of Tampa. The' marriage' was fllir. & BRO.fF

solemnized Eby:. Rev. J, ;N. Show, .of :

,' Tampa, ,assisted by Rev. Mr Inman, fr
_ of Plant, City. .. i !

Tbe-. hurch was crowded -with the .. .
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; fri! Dd3 of !he, wo contracting parties, : -- '
a: 'speejal train having .conveyed a .
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: r ,;Bartz of'DrMason one 'one hundred to be present Tampa friends at the :; Grocer
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_ wedding. .. ;l';' ;"
.. The i church was beautifully decorated .. ,
Via, honor' of this .occasion The i. ."

alter Was surrounded with a profusion .:
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and palms, smilax O- :\t ', .; .;:
efbeautiiul ferns, '0<
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_ intertwined, with bamboo and other -- '' '
-1 evergreens being used 'with .pleasing t -
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5 t "tttrinthe' decoration- 'of 'the body .t E. .' .. ::'. Ocala Florida. ;:- -' : ,

of..the building. The ceremony_ was :
performed beneath an arch of evergreens t :
} from 'which was suspended a t t : : } : : : : 1 : ,'
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6 of white 'in the _,, t: i' i fif -. : ( -.af- I AsvX 'J ;r ,- + : ::
beiseshoq roses center : .
,of'which was the monogram! "WtX .-.:.-.....- '""- .'. _,,', -..-' jF"" """ ':; : '--', .' .'f .T' .: ',' -
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cotes of Mendelssohn's wedding --.v.r. -r5.--. x -:.jv., i 3
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1 e; of, Plant ,C1' y, the bride, who .[ .- ,\ : 'c. < .
# was costumed in. a blue silk traveling r
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dress. with hal to match and carrying '

t a .bouquet of bride's, roses, entered > ":
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:- .om'the arm of her father, Mr. C., H. fir When in Need Of L : } F ; : ': A
White and attended by ber sister : ;
", Hisa'.Tee, White as maid of honor, .. .
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r; Joined l ;the groom, who was awaiting : J .
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her at,the altar,supported by his best '' .....,0' .;" >;t'. ,," <- '"'f g .; .. ,.'- ..
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aan, Mr. L. E. Durham, the only ..- ,'. ., ., : -
'ot.ber. attendants being the four ushers ----. '. '
Ike Maas; W, T.;.Martin, W. 'W. -
Trice and J. 'K. Merrin. Miss White's .:: .. t
f .dress was of Paris mousseline and I---- \ :
abe also carried a bouquet of bride's : ": ."
roses. 5 Mason ,Fruit JarsPints '

!J Immediately after the close of the' .. : g >

; : ceremony Dr. and Mrs. Mason 'left f1 11 O- ,- '." -
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fer .the Atlantic. Coast line depot, .I ,.'; ::->'

_ where, amid a shower of. rice, they i'
i .hoarded'the.northbound train for Jacksonville > Quarts or Half! Gafloat:{ ,{._ '

.f in which .city they spent -
Wednesday,, leaving Thursday on the '
-KkV special for Denver, the bridal : ::: : .

tour 'being,spent there and at other .i f! ,
_ points in, the 'west, after which they : :

win"be at'home.to their many friends : ;, :.:.
I IA Tampa'at their residence on, West I > ,';-
Tenth avenue. .
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As'. an evidence. of the large number .-- ,.
-; a .ot their ,friends and" their 'popularitythioughout : .,v ; ;
south Florida, the happy '

couple*were the, recipients of a nun : Purina Feed : .
-er'ofnl1 '
handsome and costly presents : ,
sent by' friends. from all, parts ofthe '
e: state. L .

,Mrs, Mason is, a sister of Mr. Joe .-..-.....---- ,r ,.. .
White.and a first cuosin of Judge .

Joseph Bell and Miss Daisy Bell of r...... .. .x.i ::.
'thin, city, .... .
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/ Cite Now Has. Woodmen Lodge. I '. % I ,_,' _.
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t <:Friday night'at Citra a flourishing 4 t -
lodge of the Woodmen of the World 4 f lltilly, 1 > "

:, I wad instituted. by Organizer, Carter H. 4 4 Jockey Animal Food :

Dime.'The lodge,has ,a large'nutnbersteers 4 I
'among them being the O- .
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't, aoet. prominent citizens of Citra. j.. c.
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_ ,:Thevfollowing arethe. officers of the -
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mew lodge: M. J. Timmons C. C.; .... i

RfTr Carswell, A* L.; M..A. Rice, j .. ..
hanker .... ,,,. ..;;... .. ,. .. I
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; J. N. Malphurs. escort; J. N: I < .

fteddick,'watchman; V..'E. Kunze sen.I I <- .', ... .
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a try;: Dr. .Blacksbear, physician* Managers -- ', ,- : '. "J',
= : G, H. York, Stewart Ramey ilrfiH *
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w:J. Crosby. '
I The, other members are tae follow; '

_ II rob gentlemen; E. 'L. artmann, J, Stock Food ;
'. B Milligan, H. A. Wartmann, Dr. S. Magic ; .'

T. Carswell. G. T, Thornton. W, H. ,

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f _' :" times 'Of prosperity find, themselves :

.:\' .In a they pretty oppose predicament.If Governor. Broward's l Jello or Jello Ice Cream Powders, % >

,,-. drainage scheme they are charged --- C .
;-, with being in the pay of the railroads. ....... -
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If they advocate it, as Claude .L'Engle "

.. 'and, others are doing, they are accused t

'". 'internal of.improvement being paid ,by the board of t Send Us Your Orders. Prompt i

; If they favor the convict '
c present
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lease system, they are in the pay of 1 .
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the lessees; if they oppose it, they :' .
-, : are hired by the enemies of the lessees .. .: Delivery and Lowest Prices. '
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S If they advocate for office .man of > ." .

\ money It' is his money that, moves ..... ... '. .'
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; they are a lot of lunatics with no business ". ,.

,'- sensein them. Thus we poor ed _.-.... '.' ,. .-:" ,
itors ere between. the devil and the "
; deep btUe sea, and there is nothing ": '' '

I, I ,- left that except we.can advocate do with an the easy planting conscience ; < ... Yours for more' < 'business > .

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Plymouth bens. 'Punta Gorda Herald. ...- .
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Frank Clark** Peculiar Habit. ..... 'q '
4t. Congressman, Frank Clark has announced ......
:,' that he will move to Gaines- p, 'tfr
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- : .i : ', -Mr. .p ar1t acquired the moving ,habit .

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20 1906. .ONE"DOLLAR A YEAR?;

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Mr. Gibbs McRae. who is 'in chargeof I. Col., T, P. Lloyd, of,InYerness, was I A. B. Kibler of Dunnellon, a mem

; "the building ,of Mr. C. E. Herrick's$ at ,the Montezuma hotel Monday. ber of the firm of Kibler Bros.,. extensive -r l' .' -[

KODAKS "c. residence at Crystal River, came up I I Speaking- state affairs, he said that owners: of commissaries through-I

..' '" from,that place and spent Sunday and he was 'recently in Tallahassee and ought the phosphate belt-of Citrus and RING .

., ;< Monday at home with his. family. remarked to Croom 3
.' ; : Comptroller. that. Hernando counties, passed through ,
sf cj I the stat_treasury could be drained the city Saturday en route home from
"I.:''! ,: Mrs. Henry Ashley arrived in Ocala I much easier than the everglades.Mrs. Jacksonville, where he has been on

Saturday from Jacksonville to join business for the'past two or three

-AND- ," her husband who recently came to S. R. Pyles and her three interesting days. The Kibler Bros own and ope. We Have Now in Stock -

Ocala to'accept the position of book little daughters, Clifford, rate ten or twelve immense commissaries -

-, PHOTOGRAPIG GOODS keeper for' Messrs. Lang Swartz & Catherine and Mildre.d. are at home and are among the most solid the Most Complete Line of

3 Co. from a very pleasant outing of several firms of that section
financially RINGS
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which
days they spent at Lake Gainesville Sun.
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J' Miss MattIe :. 1
: formerly one of the teachers in the people, especially the ,children. Hon. M. L. Payne famous as a far- '

POST OFFICE DRUG STOREk public. school here, passed through mer as he is an educator, was in Call and See Them.

Ocala Monday afternoon on her way Mr. W. A. Gardner is in Ocala and Ocala Wednesday and says except, ,

to Gainesville to attend the normal has been elected leader of the Ocala where corn was planted early it has

school. band Several other new members been almost ,ruined by the excessive ,

have joined the band and a complete rains. Fortunately, he planted early

Mr. :J. A. Jordan returned to Ocala reorganization was effected at the and has a fine crop. Those who were
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Monday afternoon from Indian meeting Monday night. Regular practices -not so fortunate can pad) in with potatoes ,

Spring Ga., having accompanied his will be held and in a very little and other root crops. That'sone

P wife to' that resort several weeks ago. while open air concerts will, be given advantage Florida has. It Is not
.
Y Mrs. Jordan will remain away all every Thursday night. dependent on anyone crop.. Mr.

summer.. Payne's years set on _him well and

PfIMrIftJtl&!: Cartful/! Filled Mr: and Mrs.- G. F. Dittmer, who time is playing him no tricks. Fred C. B. Weihe ,

Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Weatherbee and have been spending the past six ,

--' children have gone to Black Point, weeks at, Brussels Belgium and in The news that Hon. George W. Wilson

iNtuNIAbUT TOWN.KM. Mrs.' Edwin P. Pittman is at home near Crystal River, on the Gulf of I Paris, France, have returned to America is slowly recovering his health is He Jeweler,

,_ for a visit of several weeks to her Mexico, to spend a week or two j and are in New York city for a glad tidings to the people of Florida, L .1
sister Mrs. Meadows who lives near. and out who
for
camping, fishing enjoying few days. Mrs. Dittmer and children have several weeks been .
." 0. W, Reafaa left Moaaty fort .
Tampa. /
door life. warned to fear the
will shortly come to North Carolina worst results. It
TitH* to relative IB MlsslssippLMfet i to spend the remainder of the summer is hoped that he will soon be able to

'a Mr. Abe Brown has gone to Chattanooga : Col. R. F. Rogers has returned from in the mountains and Mr. Dittmer will resume his place on the TimesUnion.His .

';'r ) Hyrtlt Wtltfield tad Miss Tenn., to visit his wife who Atlanta, where he went to place one return home.Miss retirement now or at any time '

Y;,."'" .'... Hover baited Juliette Sunday. Is there for the summer with her of his sons in an infirmary. He was can only be ,regarded as a public ,ca. QUALITY 1 !
..
$ parents and other relativ\z. accompanied by Mrs. Rogers,and they Gertrude Pereda after lamity. He has conducted Florida's

parr ted Mrs. Newtop Knoblock. of drove out to their home near Electrain aweek's favorite newspaper with consummate BiM ,- -- -" -- .
in with
visit her
t, ....... were visitors to the city Sat. Mr. Charles Marshall has returned the afternoon. Tampa grandmother ability and enjoys the high esteem QUALITY-
Mrs. J. M. Terrell and her .
home from River
Crystal where he we
ley. Is what
and good will of the entire newspaper aim to give you
,
.r has been working Mr. C. E. Herrick' aunt, Mrs. B. B. Barco, returned to I
on
Whether
you
Conductor and Mrs. Burke who profession. ,buy one of our
Ocala Sunday. Miss Pereda will be
HIM Ira Goodyear feat come home new home. uave been making their home, in i handsomest suites of Parlor
at 'the Ocala House for of
'C,,,, a couple Furniture: '
vUtt frieodi and relatives or a Dollar Rug.
iM a to
Ocala for several months have gone Everything connected with Ocala
,
::1. weeks after which she will to St.wu1s' .
go QUALITY-
Mrs. W. E. Foanot and her -
daughter
WaMo.Mr. 8. C. to coupleof socially politically religiously
to Columbia, spend a and
K= Miss Delia Fosnot of East Lake to make her home with a married IS. our wactfowood 'wbea we _
,
: ; weeks. Mr. Burt is one of the Sea- otherwise,must be as smooth and elegant buy
': sad Mrs. Bob fenders, of Dun- Weir .were among the ,shoppers sister in that city. goods, for we )mQW- that ft
board conductors.Mrs. as split silk. There is no, divis- :art only desired but demanded '
actin. are spending this week at Port Ocala on Monday ion on any subject and'no opposition of us by lOur customers..
Rev L. W. Moore pastor of the
-; iegitr M tie gulf. Annie R. Gary Alexander to any scheme. The reason we cay QUALITY- t
Mr. J. A. Hinton ferryman at MethodIst'church in this city, spent
,
Brooksville, spent Friday in Ocala this is because we have a "kick col You shall have when you deal
..... pert Taylor and children are Starke's ferry was in ,Ocala Mondayand Sunday at Anthony in attendance on umn" and with tis whether
teh guest of her cousins, Mr. and we have not had a kick you purchasean
it toM free t visit to Mrs. Taylor's said the Ocklawaha river is out the district conference which was outfit for
Mrs.. William T. Gary. She was ,on registered against anything for several : ynur.u entire }homeor
mss. at Bwtis.fe. of its banks and is on 'a rampage. held at that place. In the rooming failure only a kitchen table as we -
her way to the mountains of Georgiafor months except the, of
he preached an excellent sermon in know that la! what you want, in
the summer; carrier boys to deliver the morning
.>" L Z. Staiberg the young Dunne Mrs. W. D. Whetstone and her the Anthony Methodist chu'cb :Mr. paper. So we conclude that everything either case.

and daughter. Miss Bessie Whetstone, Moore reports that Anthony had just ,
H'fteta, spent Saturday "
ins Summer prices now prevail in our is lovely. But if it is" not remember -i -- ,-
..My IB this city, have gone to Sylacaugua,' Ala., to grovery department-we will ?ave such ,a downpour as visite this city our "kick column"is'always
spend a month or more with :relatives. Sunday.
you money. The Fair i I open. If you have any complaints, remember PITTMAN
Mtn Laete Fckberg wbo cane up I that the ,Ocala Banner prints ,
returned Conductor W" J. ,Sage, of Leesburg, i Little Miss' Berenice Bryan, the

alien Saturday
iBs oa Conductor "Buckshot" Williams, of everything that will do to print. T4!
tkse @ea@ay aftereooa.SHI spent Friday afternoon and'Saturday i young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. a SON
the Ocala-Homosassa run who has '
morning in Ocala, the guest of, his I Bryan, gave a pretty birthday party
been spending his vacation in Ocala, The,five colored boys who. were arrested
Bareo ease la Monday morn- brother. Mr. Charles K. Sage and fam !Monday afternoon in celebration of oc.ra, .........,H. '!I ,Florid r
resumed his run Tuesday. During his several ,days ago on a chargeof
fat few Cetton Plant fora short fly her fourth anniversary. Quite a number -,
vacation, Captain Ncrvill was in burglary,having entered the apartments -.- --- - ,
: of her little friends were present .
Wk to Ocala friends.
_: of this of Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk and
charge run.
Messrs. J. M. Meffert, of Lower, !to share the pleasures the afternoon -
and G. G. Maynard. of Rock: Springs, made way with nearly all the personal -
% '. $r. Ml H. Taylor ltd Dr. Dozier were In Ocala Monday. Mr. Meffert Mrs. Maizie Lyles and baby .and with her! and they had a very effects' that were not nailed down
; 'Liter lave returned tome from a merry time together playing games. T. Needham
was accompanied by his son. Clar Mrs.Lyle's brother Mr. George were Friday tried before JusticeS. -
Miss Evelyn Pelot assisted. Mrs. Bryan
J- tMPt' ViJt to Wekiwa Springs. ence. BUtch, have moved into the residenceon A. Bullock. The evidence was so ,
in giving the little folks a good
'" Watula street just-vacated by Mr conclusive that there was not much

_, hII) Gates, who had been visiting Mrs. L T. Ixlar has returned home and Mrs. P. C.'Davis, and which Mrs. time. juggling with the facts, and at the

'L:, .da at Anthony for .short while. from her old home at BlacksviUe, S. Lyles has purchased.Mr. '-,- conclusion of a short trial the boys TIe Plumber -y yEllyl
Frank Harris- Jr., returned home
ifeKt4 best Saturday afternoon. ) .
sentenced to fine of
,ij c.. where she has been spending several were"- pay' a $25 .
'r Saturday afternoon from a trip'to ,, .
> -
weeks with her daughter. Mrs. Edd Haley is building a beauti- and costs, or serve ninety days on the '
:; ...... U Horns has, to Atlanta" Monticello and Madison with the ,
foce Buist ful little launch which he will put'on county convict gang. They were, Eugene ) Gas fitter ,
fe tisH fir botba&d wbo Is in that Gainesville, baseball team., Owing to ,
i I Silver Springs as soon as completed, Brown Boycie Baker, Sunny Jim
, : "ej. rider the treatment of a special- Lucille returned to' excessive rains, two 'Wrecks and several ,
Miss Standley and will use it for pleasure trips on Rivers, Dixie Land Galman and Evins
1- tot. Ocala Monday, after ,an absence of the Silver Springs run and the Ockla- other calamities, they only played Monts all between the ages of ten

several weeks which she spent with waha rivers and on the lakes in \Lake two games during their absencebothwith and fourteen. HAS OPENED UP HIS NEW

MIlt Louise Scott who spent ten friends at Kissimmee and relatives at county. the, Madison team. They lost ..'

HIt tery delightfully at Wekiwa Lakeland. both the games to Madison, but say The young ladies of East End gave SHOP ON THE CORNER OF

.c t.. returned borne Sunday after. Mrs. Mary A. Chase: put a stop to the Madison team put up Valdosta a watermelon cutting ,on Wednesday

_',;-.-ML: Miss Mattle Williams has gone to betting at the race track at Manchester professionals against them. They had evening in honor of the Gainesville SPENCER BLOCK' WITH A '

I ----- fowling Springs to join her sister N. H. The track cost two million a most enjoyable outing, however. ball team, that escaped defeat because .

$?L E4far Ferndon and children Mrs. Richard Hall and children. They dollars and its promoters say that it of the rain. The occasion provedto FULL LINE OF SANITARY

_;, tat returned to Ocala from a visit will all go to Saluda, N. C., for the will go to pieces as a race track with Inclosing his check for past due be extremely enjoyable and, was i -

; *. SarasoU. where they formerly relief summer. out betting is as dead as a fish with. subscription .to the Ocala Banner Mr. held under the carshed of the A. C. AND MODERN PLUMBING ,

..*>*. out water. i Frank Simonton of, Tampa, says: L. depot, which was gay with Japanese GOODS. WHEN IN NFED OF

1 Mr. Noble Strobhar who lost his leg "Please continue the paper." This is lanterns, and furnished with k. Z

sad Mrs. Oscar Timer are ,taI at Newberry, some time ago is in Mrs.'W.-A. Kallenberger and daughter -I the type of man that diffuses joy .in seats a deux. The rain which prevent. FIRST ,CLASS SANITARY

I Mat rtktlm and friends la Georgia Ocala under the care of Dr. Walter have arrived in Ocala from Kis- I a printing office. Every newspaper in ed, the ball game kindly ceased for

at4 are feasting oa peaches and Hood. His lost limb continues to give simmee to spend several weeks with I I Florida- wants to secure two or three the cutting Watermelons disap- PLUMBINGiALL ON HIM.

;"., ,...... 'him trouble. Mr. Kallenberger, who is the book. thousand names on their subscriptionbooks peared like magic before the on

keeper' for the Ocala House Wine like Frank Simonton of Tam slaught of youthful appetites. Formalities

: "ft* artificial atone buildings are : Miss Maude Moser, the money order rooms. They will probably make this pa. A cool running brook on a hot were banished and everybody had I \

'1' Marisf ceapletioo. They look well clerk at the postoffice, has gone to place their home later on. summer day is not more refreshingand a jolly good time.-Monticello News. li11 i -

_. tt4 wffl BO doubt be followed by Atlanta to spend her two weeks' vacation inspiring. Harry Bullock and Frank Harris, '
with her Rev.and Mrs.
', eta, *TwKr. parents A satisfied customer is the best advertisement Jr., who were with the Gainesvilleteam Harping '
>: M. S. Moser. and satisfaction_ Is not .
only our aim but our guarantee. Try Mr. Paul C. Davis, who has been on their trip were present at Two String '

f. Mara Haughton has returned Miss Sue Barco and little Miss Annie the White House shoe; spring styles operating a barber shop in the Montezuma -the watermelon party.
M.. from a three weeks' pleasant for men and women just arived. The for .f
Lester Patterson returned to Cot Fairs x block most successfully ,
-I. to ODe of his several friends at I the past five or six Tears, has sold Some gypsies passed through Ocala
ton Plant Sunday afternoon after I !
.- I afternoon going to JacksOn- Quality Quantity!! :
"' .ah.Mr. spending several, days in Ocala at the II I Mr. and Mrs. J. Allgood, of Georgia the same to Mr. George W. Williams, Saturday \
It waVe
people.
ville. They are a strange
Ocklawaha Inn. were in Ocala Saturday on their proprietor of the Ocala House barber southerners must nave-grit8N
H. 0. Eagleton. of' Tampa, Is .way to Crystal River to make their shop. .Mr Davis has made a phenom seems they are destined to always
.. tee lead a roving life. The little band But don't use the ordinary kind, _,
etty, and is at the Ocala House. Mr. will of his and during -
Mrs. Ti H. Wallis and children leave home at that place. Allgood enal success business '
: It trill be here business for sev- hat. were in Ocala are from Kentucky ask for "Hadnuts," pure grits
on today for Seabreeze where they will succeed Mr., G. W. Watson as agent his few years' stay in Ocala saved .
and had been as far down In
din."Ifth.er. spend a couple! of, ,months enjoyingthe for the Coast Line at that place. Mr. money enough to build three nice residences and get the best ,
'P .... .... Florida as Miami. They had several j
sea breezes and other .pleasuresof ;Watson'wiU'go to Bartew as has al- two of which he sold a few '\
traveled
Weathers went down to life on the coast. ;ready been' stated in these, columns.Mr. days ago. He expects: to spend the good horses and notwithvstanding
We
for
are agents the
much celebrated
the bad weather as as .
"' -Q.Lako-Wt1r Saturday aft.
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summer at Prescott, Ariz., and returnto
'_: 4 to spend a few days with Mrs. Mrs, J. J. 'Miion, after spending 'a' Louis H. Dosh foreman of the Ocala sometime' the fall or early L60 miles in three days and a half. "Clover Hill", ,' Butter ,the, best = r 1

.se44 S. Woodrow few days in Ocala with her daughter, Ocala Daily Banner, ha gone to his winter. They have, customs traditions, provo money can buy. i
all their '
erbs morals and a religion
,
:Mrs. Arthur Masters, and her little old home at Moberly. Mo. where he : t

j;; r't a4 Mrs. J, W, Caruthers and ,granddaughter, Claire 'Elizabeth', Masters will ,spend the next three seeks with jMr. Thomas R. Gary set twelve own. They have a lot in Edgewood Hate a i
but nicely new shipment of Heinz .
,, "::_ and Mrs. ,S. B. Mobley of has returned. to her home at. Wil- relatives. This is Mr. Dash's fini va partridge eggs under "a hen and succeeded Cemetery In Ocala, curiously '
? ""-.....,. that thriving fixed up. Among some of their sweet gerkin,pickles. in bulk also .
repressed llston. ea't1ol'in several years, an I
,, fe Oeala wv Friday. I and his other friends hope that tie birds arc now two-thirds grown proverbs are the following: "Who Heinz stuffed mangoes. I- ,

-' .- Mrs. Mamie" Fox who has been his trip' will be a most enjoyable one. and the mother hen is as, devoted to would steal potatoes must not .
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.. 11M. ,GlhU McRae and children i[spending several, weeks at Newberry them as if they were real chickens.He forget tie sack." "Who has luck 'Phone 174 and, see how.promptly I

Monday for Taomasville Moul- l S. ,C.: returned home Saturday afternoon need only sit at home with his tlO t
Dr. Green and family, who came to said it was a long time before they hey answer. .'
:ass *M oer places In Georgia for I accompanied by two young lady Ocala 'several days ago from Benton- learned each other's languaer during mouth open." "A pleasant smile {.,.

.. Wtt&ce of the, summer. friendS They' are the' guests. 'of Mr vine Art, have moved. into the old which time ,the little partridges smooths away wrinkles. "The best K. GROCERY
ri= only one ring at a i
make
and Mrs F., W., Ditto. smith can
Green place on Orange avenue. Dr. .came very near starving:to death, but '

,,., 'art 0, A. Smith, of Anthony, Mr. Green Will engage in the stock raising in time! familiarized themselves, vIm time." The gypsies, even in Rouma- :_:',-- -,-. _. .-" :. ..-- J

:. Melfer, of 'Fantville, Dr. W. R. vertisement A satisfied, and customer satisfaction.is the best' ad-not business.-- We extend him and his family i the chicken language and now readily nla and Transylvania have no church ,- j

'. ,and bit son, Mr Wul Veal of only our aim,tout our guarantee. ,Try a hearty welcome' to our city and respond to the cluck,of the hen: A pair ,of our White House shoes FOR SALE-Brood mare, four years f;
,_......", were among our prominent the White House shoe, ; spring styles hope.'that they will ,be pleased,-with and, are .even'tamer thanll t1e'ch.ck. will make your feet glad.. New low old with young\colt, or will trade foe i
plant l visitors on.Monday. for men and women 'just arived. The x' their new' home. '" '.... quarter styles Just in: for .men and good buggy horse. Apply to L. B, -; __- : i
.Fair: ". ,-t- ', ,, ',' a : ens.- > '- women. The'iFair. z McKenzie,' at Ocala Furniture Co. .

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OBITUARY: I IN THE GRAHAMVILLE AND. CONNOR they took the: St. Augustine train for r GRAHAMVILLE: CONGRESSMAN. SPARKMAN IN- FRECKLES AND PDflftj
COUNTRY. the "Ancient City;* ,at. which place TERVIEWED. ,

F 'Hon., wUUam'' '< Penn Kaisiey, of they will spend their honeymoon.Our .- Special Cor. Ocala Banner: \ ---'- REEQVED !a Tea:: Day i

., Florida died on Sunday at the home Special Cor., Ocala Banner; : pest; wishes go' with them The flat woods are flooded. Great; Thinks Bryan Will{ Be Nominated N
i Rains' continue to descend from through life. Roosevelt Has Made His Best adil\oIl
damage has been done to
'- of Miss Emily Mcllvaine in Lewes. the corn ]
ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM. Plays,. and His Nearness to The
!heaven to earth in the Grahamville ) Co lDpIBeantdiu'
Mr. ,Haisley has been in ill health I and other, crops. The farmers are Democracy Alone Makes
and Connor The woods and isda54 '
1 for several years and since'coming'to i country, THE NEWS ,FROM ANTHONY. busy, trying-to save their fodder, and Him Popular 1y tiroc6of
lfields are all very nearly'under water .
Lewea some months ago to attend the -- planting potatoes... -. I ntdulWies,', .'
and the farmers "burning '
are day
i Spemial Cor. to Ocala Banner: I Congressman Sparkman was asked 1I1t=J w,
funeral. of his wife's_ mother. Mrs., llight" as It, Is quite! impossible for The sawmill at Grahamville is doing :4U all h. d
Last Sunday evening at twilight ,
to work their while isso business under the by a Times reporter a day or two ago Ulifer
Simmons, has been in a very feeble } crops it a good management tuna irstortg
wetThe when everything was so still and about politics from a national stand- 'kalt: of
condition.. He was here 'all last sum- of Messrs. Nix and Olin. tl
mer.. The funeral services, were held frogs are giving us some very beautiful, little Cupid finished makingtwo A very young lady has made her point. He replied that there were worn cs in twenty day>. 50c, and-f '

on'Wednesday. afternoon in the Epis- sweet (?) and harmonious music now. hearts into one. appearance at the home of Mr. and but two things of a size to attract at* aQ fcaiiag 1 drug, stores, ur by >
s tf 'ml'l.! TVLET %: Pa;.
copal church, and Interment made In We will patiently hold our peace as Mr. Matthew Lee and Miss Agnes .Irs. Joe Goolsby wide attention just now One was the fc '

the Presbyterian 'graveyard. long as it lasts. Irene i Swindle were united in the holy The wedding bells are still ringingin apparent certainty that Bryan wouldbe .

..t Mr. Haisley, was born in Wayne Friday while Mrs. A. L. Mills and bonds of matrimony at .o'clock. July the flat woods. You could hear the the democratic nominee for the PRICE OF ICE COMES DOWN. ,

county, Indiana, In the year 183L Had son, Ernest, of Lynne, and daughter, t.Irs. fifteenth.. There were only one or sound traveling, but could not tell presidency and the other was the -
Jacksonville
Dealer Will
'he' lived, till December:! 21st he would Robert EInig, and her two children (two of the bride's most intimate whence it came nor whither it went skill and audacity with which the republicans Ten. Sell at u'i

have completed ,his seventy-fifth year. Robert and Gilliam, of Miami, friends j and the family present on but the sound finally ceased Sundayat were exploiting the democratic '=
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His parents were Quakers and lived were on their .way from Lynne to i this beautiful occasion. the home of Rev. B. I. Hull. Mr. thunder they have stolen.In Jacksonville
Fla, July 18.-As
In North Carolina until just prior to visit Mrs. Everett Mills at Connor, The bride was beautifully dressedin Harvey Smith and Miss Julia Ran Favor of Bryan."I tr

his birth they moved west stoppingIn their horse became frightened at a j a lovely white organdie with embroidery dall, both of the Connor section were am," said the congressman, suit of the action against the mU
i
... Indiana' for a few years where salamander hill and ran away. In i trimmings a most exquisite united in marriage and now two "quite strongly- in favor of the nomination facturers and dealers in ice by Couj:.

they could be associated with more making a quick turn the horse upset j design with gloves and hat to hearts beat as one. We. wish. the of ,Mr. Bryan by the democrat ty"Solicitor Bryan one of the aq

of the society of Friends than in their the carriage and ,the occupants were match: Never did she look more young couple, a long and prosperous :: t"" may .be, by the calendar a facturers today announced that hence ?

old home. Afterwards they left Indiana thrown out. Fortunately; they landed forth the dealers
life.The retail 1
ines4j
and moved] into the vicinity of on a soft, sandy spot and no one was did she look as happy. Oh love, writer went to Lynne the other but it is evidently not loo

Jacksonville, Ill.. where. his boyhood hurt. It is as curious for a horse to 'tis a wondrous thing! I day and found everything on the early for the people to feel them. It is of former agreements could buy ice!.

'was spent'" *.'His academic.. course was I get; frightened at a salamander hill The groom looked handsome in a: move.' my opinion that if there is a democrat from his factory at $3 per ton. >
as it is for' the tire of an automobile i black suit !" that word can't insured. who be elected next time
taken at McKendree College, Lebanon "Happy Junebug has had his life can This is a reduction of 60 per cent
IlL He graduated In the Harvard to be punctured by an innocent sharp express the way he looked, and he Well, that's right, Jnuebug. There .are Bryan is the man. If, in his judgmenthe and In addition to this concessloa '

M law department,. class of 1861. Subsequently pointed" tack standing in the public I had a right to be after winning sucha lots of bullbats flying around. is the strongest man when the privilege is open to all of the Ice pad'f

; took .thedegree' of A. B. at road) of the highway. jewel. These are:, the 'conditions of su o- convention is held, there is no doubtof dlers of Jacksonville, while here

Yale: university.; He was a persistent Mr. Melvin Lang, of Cornell, and Mrs. Lee is the oldest daughter of cess. Give a man a power and ,a field his nomination. It is seldom thatso fore 'the manufacturers have deliver.e l

and" .) i intelligent' ,.travelers-would, undergo Mr. Mathew 'Lang, of North Carolina, Mrs. James Swindle of this place, and in which to use it and he must accomplish important a matter is left to th ed.. their product to .a few of -

any amount ,of hardship and toil passed through Grahamville! Monday she has a host of .friends who wish something. He may not d o judgment of the man who might besupposed'to who have been selling to the reins I
In pursuit-of the knowledge he sought on their way to Pat s' Island. They ;her .much joy Their only regret is and become all he desires and dreams -be'most" deeply'interested trader**" -_-.*'* .* -

iTen 'years of his life was spent travfelingsolelyf went over to the island' to inspect the ;losing her from our midst of but his life cannot be a failure; ,I personally But such is the confidence The. county solicitor... believes. tistfhe
or'Information: .SIn wild cattle, which are at large 'in Mr Lee' is a native of Georgia, but have never' heardmen complaining in Bryan's unselfishness that people has won a victory'- by the> 'aahoukce-l j

a 1863 a magazine article descriptive the big scrub and to pay a "visit to the has made his home in Florida for of the want of ability. 'The most unsuccessful look at it, about that, way ment of this concession, since its

of Silver Springs induced hiaTio order's father, Mr. Reuben Lang the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Lee think that they 'could do "He has expressed himself on the means-a reduction-'of at least 51--percent

ItF.IorIdanreSO pleaserw1'ththe Mr. Reuben Lang is the owner' of leave for Georgia soon, where they great things if they only had the subject of free silver in a way'to sat in the retail price of ice *'1

'[ ;country that, he. determined these wild cattle. 1"hey'returned will spend their honeymoon and then chance. Somehow other somethingor isfy the conservatiYfr .element of the .j

east? in (his,- lot !iwithj the" Fldritdians, Thursday afternoon and on Thursday they will return to Palmetto; Fla., somebody has always been. in tlieway. country,' bet holds the esteem and confidence } I Immense Subterranean Power
fand''make:.: his home there/From 1877fc night were the guests of Mr: and Mrs. where Mr. Lee'will be operator. Providence has so hedged them of, the party, and when the -i '. ....::

toxlt{HJ" !'!lam, JAlle1:;of..Gqve"or'J Alonzo Lang at Connor. The writer having been a frequen in: that _they could 'not carry .out their i time comes to name:a candidate< -unless Less than five hundred feet beneth->

Drew's. cabinet, holding the. position n Polling barges'up and down streams associate of the lovely bride and ,an plans. They knew how to get rich but some unlooked-for convulsion intervenes the surface -of- the earth at Punta
t still common on the Ocklawaha. admirer of the character of will be the unanimous j
of state superintendent..of publicans the lacked opportunity. Sit down by one ne Ito Gorda there Is a power or force cap a.-
struction. In 1878,tie married a daughter Mr. John Loweit Is' busy moving 'naval groom, adds her sincere wishes for who thus complains and ask him choice i "of the party. ; ble of'lifting a column of water,e1gh

of the late Mrs.' Mary Mcllvafixe stores from Delk's Bluff to Moss their' future'happiness.-May' they sail tell you the story of his life. Beforehe "The ..president has made his most inches in diameter to a height ot

Simmons of Lewes. : j Bluff. Mr. Lowell Is employed" by the o'er life's undisturbed sea evert happy half finishes he will give you: occasion popular and effective' plays' for pop eeven"feet"above the surface "l'hel-

: Those from a distance_ who attend turpentine firm of Rogers & Tiller to in their love, is the wish of their to'ask him why did you not do ular approval on the very princIplesfilched artesian wells,now In operation fistab-i

ed the: funeral of. WUliain. Penn Haiz-... move naval stores on the upper Ock- friend, Blue Bell." thus, and'so at the time? Why'did you from' the democratic platform.. lisp this fact |
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ley, were ,Miss Julia .Seville, of Jacksonville lawaha'river from' D lk's to Moss District conference closed Sunday not stick to that piece of land and' Every leading fclank in if was boldly Now, when 'one considers the )fm-1

fla., and L. J. Haisley. o f Bluff and he Is using the old-time night. Rev. Nixon conducted the farewell improve it or to that business and 'develop taken up as basis'for his messages. manse force necessary to lift ,an eight

Jacksonville, III-Lewes (Del.) Piiot barge and pole for the transportation n services. it? Is not the present owner of It is true that he backed but somewhat inch column of water five hundred; :

I of the same. He makes one- or two Sparr was, well represented Sunday that same piece of property rich? He hastily on the revision of the feet, and reflects that this force ,lies f

..- .%; ,... UNCLAIMED'. LETTERS., trips each week and at times mores evening at Anthony. will answer that he did not see his tariff"In the face of the' stand takenby beneath every half-foot square of eqr=
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:4 ; Males.* I 105, barrels at a trip. Mr. A. B. .Moore's. furniture arrive d opportunity until it was too late. and, the stand-patters but that is merely face? of possibly one square mile, 1tj

,1. .Allen, G. .. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mills and chit last Wednesday, and he and familyare my friends, that is just the way a tow t the. exception that proves the rule. is a wonder that It does not left \he!

h 2. Bushop, Issa, .- dren visited Mrs. A. L. Mills at Lynne I comfortably settled in their, ne of us make big mistakes.. It is doubtful if the republicans: can whole surface of the earth eleven .feetll
3. Brooks, Lewis :' last Sunday. home. We are glad to have them in 'HERE AND THERE. name a man whom the people can be higher than it is. -"

f :': C s'1.r.LT: [JIG',:( tJ 1T Mr., .William Henry Carlton, who our midst. made to believe willcarry out thosepolicies Another thought: Suppose Sonis;:
', 5:. Culbreth, Arch. ; has been here 'with'h s wife and infant Miss Bryant, a charming! young KENDRICK, ITEMS. on the Roosevelt-democratic seismic shock should
: suddeny remavfl
W6;.. o 'eadTT. t't.: O j jV son for the 'past fortnight, left lady from Welika is the guest of Mrs. ; line. If the republican 'nominee drops that subterranean uplifting power or|

'7. fcendrU E.. C.I on Friday ,for Jacksonville. Mr. Carlton Annie Stroud this week. Fine weather for ducks!, those democratic' principles and goes turn it completely tiway into some!

8. King, Jacfes. % I; is the popular' commander of a Miss Sarah Moore was the. guest o f One need not go to the lake for ,
- 9.. Mat&pj4J. "; i tugboat in Jacksonville' waters. Come II Miss Katie Hillman a few days' this bath? just don your bathing suitanyafternoon. eight years' ago, and 'Bryan' Is the sink' down fifteen or twenty feet and \\

Mitchell, J. C. ; again Will, and we will again showfO" week. '/ .. I"- democratic nominee, there is 'not permit the <
gulf to .rush in Dn :top of :
1.10. Moro, Ed.'s ,1 ; ,' Ilfll 4 the beauties of the upper'wate rs I Mr, Bert Small ,and Dirt .Ernest :blr:R., D..-Zetrouer., of, GeigerhwasVisiting' moment's'. doubt<< of Jthe result" \ us?

; : -$ of the'St. Johns tributary, the Ocklawaha'and. Smith,,of Oxford were up .to see their Mr."J.. E. Turnipseed Sunday. The congres'sm .n' regards Taft's: 'As ,'thisv prodigious subterranean* f\*,

13. Proctor, Dave. Silver Springs run. I young lady friends ..Sunday : Mrs. W. Tv Richey left Tuesday 10, North Carolina speech as very skill. force>has been stored beneath the,sur. f

14. Mr. Roberts.: Mr. Joseph N. Blodgett has' --sold. a ,,Mrs, James Wester,. of Silver visit her sister, Mrs. Annie, Aliins, of uland,8droih,but he.:doubts if,i, will face for four thousand years or:more j

15. Taylor J Sam. his res'Idence'and' property to.Mr. E. Springs, was we juest of her fatherand Ocala, for 'a short while. l'be accepted, by the republican party. and has never in all that time burst -

T. : "f-'S. : 1w. gnfrl1; {; M' T 0. Cordrey and we hear that Mr. mother, Mr. and "Mrsc T. ,J. Lei tWer :Mr. J. G.}Carrington and sisterBeulah and/speakers as the keynote. of the, forth to1-overwhelm the land, there b,'i

t i r. : ;i Blodgett' will leave for Boston, llass.,I ,- Sunday, of West' Kendrick, ,spray Sunday campaign this' tail.. The party will not the'slightest danger.that it will do |

,) 18. Wilson, G. W. I within a few 'day's. Mr,. 'Blodgett' and I Well, as Blue Bell is on the ,sick with theirs brother and sister >i r. probably go back to its bid stand; in so at this late*date, especially asrwe fare
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19.'. Williams, Ramond. !family came' Florida, before the big list this week you will have. tq excuse J. E. Turnipseed 'and- Mss; -W, T. the meanwhile creating: disappointments continually piling tons of weight J
.' ,Females5 if freeze, and like others, who came to such a few items. Richey. and dissensions that will ..resultin
rf' .
: < on' top' tof' it to help hold it down. |
1. Diaoi iittie JJ 8{; ;i Florida, went into the orange grov Well those wedding bells, we have e Mrs. B. C. Webb, gave asocial :Jeliblful'' advantages to the democrats nationally More th n a thousand people and sey-:
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2. Flird, Mrs. Lizzie. business. He lost his grove like th been expecting have .rung at last Monday night in honor of a and Tmmediately in ,a areamany t eral hundred buildings nothing

3. Hamelin, JlI1l': u.'hAl. \ refit, doing, the. freeze. in 94-95.. andjot' v "BLUE, BELLE., "' charming young lady of Gainesville.;; congressional districts.{ :' Altogether of as many cattle and dogs:say, have been ||

4.. Holmes? )frs.Rebecca..;f!! discouraged. but just' a little bit, Wedding 4bell& rang ou;quite merrily Mr. Sparkman expects to seea added to the surface weight since this | I
( 5. Hugglna N. though, for he remained here, and under GRINER FARM. last week.' Mr. J. S. Burke and magical revival in democratic wity immense stored. fa I
'power first
.was ,
6. Matthews, Mary. t I his care the grove grew, and now I Miss Freeman; of this place, wereunited and harmony with a tremendous the caverns below-Punta Gorda' Her- |
,' 7t Taylor, Pearl. he has nearly 'as good) a grove as Pulling fodder is, the order of the in the holy bonds. of matrimony rebound from the low ebb of the lasttwo aid. i i''

8. Tripllne, Otilla. he had before the freeze. Mr. Blod day, but owing to the rainy weatherit Wednesday at h}gU DO!>n. Mr. presidential elections!-.rTampaTimes.

9. Thomas. Mrs.. Alice; ; gett was offered a handsome figure Is:difficult to save It. Charles Vancaise and Mrs. Harmon .APathetic Story. I
10 Walker, liular. ;;: for his orange grove, house and other The Misses Dicie and Florrie and Thursday. Both weddings occurred 5 14 -

11. Myles, Annie.r ; I property, and as, his family were Master Watson Clifton left Sundayfor Ocala. May their lives b* filled air h Jim Burbridge's Marriage. Captain Harry Quin, who
12': Wright, Mrs. Bloutha. In the north, he decided to sell and' return Terrell to visit relatives before happiness is the sincere wishes of -, returned from a' trip, to the recentl1))|

' 13. ; Young, Sallie I there 1hnse f. We are truly sorry returning to Georgia. the writen. Mr. Ja.m ?D.Burbridge, manager of bring back to Bradentown the t

A charge of :1 cent will be mad to lose such an excellent neigh Miss Pernie Koons, of Palmetto, is Mrs. Annie, Stroudd, of Anthony:, the, Duval theater, of this city and one er\ Valencia" "which was wrecked a =

s on delivery of ,advertised letters.! !- bor. visiting friends and relatives for several and her pupils of'this place: will give of the best known and most popular short time agog carrying down to"waterygravesCaptain ;

ways give advertised number. .when Mr. George Hodge, of south Florida, weeks in our "burg.: a musicale at the home of .Mrs. L J. gentlemen living in Jacksonville, to W. M. Fogartyand
calling for these' letters. J is here visiting relatives and friends. Mr. George Luffman left last weekfor Gutherie Wednesday evening. be married at 6;30.( pjelock this morning his entire crew, relates a pathetic '!

w, GEO.. C., CROM, ,Po, .M..' Capt. Pat Randall drove overlandto Dade City, Tampa and other Mr. Ross Montgomery is visiting in .Joplin Mo., story of how the arrival of the boat|

the- Brick 'City Friday.. A piece of southern towns. his sister, Mrs. J. J. (athrie.d A letter, was received from Mr. Butt r. was received at its dock by the wid-'J

.L' Will Reside in Asheville.some J the Winn e's' machinery was out of Mr Joe Brown and mother visitsr. Mr. C. I.'Grace and sou. Willie, le bridge yesterday by his bosom friend ow and children of the lost captain. 1

r order and Pat went up to have b! their old home at Blitchton the earlier Tuesday' Pine. Hon. Thomas, Cahill, councilman from As Captain Quinn steered up to tlxe

.i} % !Jt.,C, Speacer_ who! JfO Spencer doctor it. part of this week. Mr. G. B. Chappel. wife and children the fifth ward, city of Jacksonville wharf, Mrs. Fogarty, her son and twot'
.years past has been one of the Mr. Harvey Smith, of Pomona Fla., Mr Will Stephens is visiting at were visiting Mr. aii-l ilrs. Ja s.in which the writer informed Mr. Cahill little daughters were on the dock. The |

.best of the dry goods* clerla atB' H. s visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sparr for a few days. Carrington Tuesday. of his intention to be married Saturday two latter, too, young to realize thatof |
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biasters"a store Vt
1 : 'de asI 8. F. Smith and his sister; Miss 'DoraSmith Mr. Anson Halsell, of Sparr, was a Rev. Jas. Graham,,of Anthcny, filled i morning; July 14. He told their father bad gone forever rushed 1
severed. his connection. this firm in the Lynne' district visitor to our community Sunday. his regular appointmec Sunday. Mr. all his plans for his honeymoon tour to the water's edge clapping their ;i

"I He left Tuesday ,for;' Asheville e. SheriffHenry* Gordon and partypassed Quite a' number of our people attended Graham has preached here rcgulatlyfor and from the tone' of the letter it hands and joyfully 'calling out *0k t
,Nr .C..- and will be located"there, permanently down the river Tuesday on services at Sunday.i i could be here
Anthony fourteen ears. He is an eloquent t easily seen that Jim was in comes papa! Papa has come f
):, having accepted a' position their way to Eureka They went downon The ice cream supper at Mr. John preacher' and has nearly always a: a state of ecstacy over the. approaching home!" ,unaware.that their loved parent

In that city. t: business concerning the fishermenwho Seller's Saturday night was quite a large as well as attentive audience event but he omitted one important : was' never to greet them in tM ;
g For the present' .Mrs., Spencer will were arrested in that section a success. A large crowd was present GUESS. particular. The name of the world again. '"

t remain In Ocala with her'parents,"M r. few weeks ago. All enjoyed themselves mmensely -- bride-to-be was not given. While the little ones were joyously |

": and Mrs. Kaiser. ,and' will Join [her Wonder what young ladies out driving Picnic and Tournament Ride Aug 3.. Now, Jim has never been married watching for their father to land, the |
J. husband later. Their Ocala friends SM ITH-RAN DALL. Sunday 'saw a fine beggarweedfield before, widow and well
: an.d. consequently, he did not her son, knowing too |
will miss them greatly and very much Connor, Fla., July 18, 1906. and exclaimed "Oh what realize that aboard
i a Everybody 'is cordially invited to in all weddings the mereman that Captain Fogarty was not j
z ,.t regret- their departure. Special Cor.. to the Ocala Banner: beautiful field of cotton!" attend a picnic at Buck :Pond on August cuts but little figure and the his returning boat wept over the ex-1 t
We are always exceedingly pleased Say, boys; how about pillau for 3d. L. will bride is the hearts
a Mr. C. Dean serve re shining star of the occasion. pedant little ones as if their |
'\ .. ;: Presbyterian Social at Mrs. Waterman's. when we have the chance to chroniclea ] the girls in the near future? freshments. In the afternoon there He will soon learn. would break. :f

wedding-not just because we are ,. "OLD HICKORY. win be ,a tournament and horse Mr. and Mrs. Burbridge will spenda Captain Quin found the boat in the |

.:. The monthly socials given by-the so anxious to write up the event, b Ute racing. Those desiring to dance will week or more in Chicago and then gulf, off some of the lower keys, but I
ladles of the Presbyterian church continue because we know that two souls '
\ New Electric Light Superintendent. find a nice paviliion prepared for the come to Jacksonville for a short stay could not find any trace of Captain
to be very popular and pleasant blended into one, and that both .
are
-_ occasion. and take before Fogarty'or doubt'
Everybody go wellfilled proceeding to New Yorkwhere his crew, who were
: affairs. The social this .month was happy. / At the 'meeting of the city counci baskets.. Remember the date they will spend some time. Upon returning less all lost.-Tampa Tribune.
held at the residence, of Mrs. S. .E. Married-Mr. Harvey Smith to
x, Tuesday night Mr.H. M. Dearborn was August 3d. CITIZEN. to Jackosnville they will -reside -
Waterman on Monday afternoon. Assisting Miss Julia Randall, at 3 o'clock July elected ..
superintendent of the
city; at the Windsor until Mr. flu:rbridge's The American Tobacco Company\
Mrs., Waterman were her t wand o 15, at the residence of Rev. B. I. Hull.Indian
electric light
plant.Mr. Lord the mothers of the
\ give world new house Is completed.- has Issued a formal notice to its great\,
daughters, Mrs. W._ V. Newsom Mound Mr. Hull officiating. Dearborn is from Fernandina, More love to do their
part; Saturday's TimesUnion. army of employees that it will here-
Mrs.: J. 'B. Hiers, and In the dining Mr Smith, the young groom; is a and has large been
experience, having That. love which reaches not alone after pay j. death benefit to persons
room Misses Elizabeth Newsom Emma son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Smith, of
? superintendent of the Fernandina birth
The children made by, their own The Atlanta preachers are still having in its service whose weekly
and Edna Nelson served. Quite Connor His residence is at saI&11
a Pomona
electric light plant we understand, But every childish heart a hot controversy in the Atlanta does not average more than fifty dol- %
number of ladies were present and Fla., at which place he has a ..black.smith for a period of fifteen He is '
years. Wake in ,their souls true motherhood. newspapers. Last'Sunday Dr. lara. If all corporations would do this: .
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spent the afternoon very pleasantl1'together. hop. .
said to be a fine electrician, a pleasant Which aims at universal good. Broughton devoted his entire sermonto it would help a long way towardS'
F The bride Is the winsome daughterof
.', -. ., ', and and affable gentleman'and will Rev. C. B. Wilmer, rector of St.Luke's popularizing them. j
Mr Mrs.
: Jack
Randall
; of Connor make a good citizen. Lord, give the teachers of the church in that
:
I worldOM" I city. Dr.. Wil
leaders --
Labor who ark after Mr.a .Lit' and she numbers her .friends by : *
love, and let them mer was formerly .. ;'
tlefield of Malne for his see rector of Grace Thomas Taggart is winning his
position
on the score.,
Frank I... Stanton in the Atlanthe to
'several measures before the last, cOri. Only few How baser metals in their store Episcopal church in this city,- and the fight. It is a good indication. It looks\
a
very were present at
Consitution that if, it
shouldplease
says May be transformed to precious ore Banner printed his article which has like democratic''
gress, have brought the.congressman everything is going
wedding it '
?4 as was not solemnized at Providence to please all the ;
By love's strange given rise
to
alchemy. the
.to, a realization, of his position and he the bride's home. growlers would'continue controversy. Dr..
.they to And let them daily seek to find, Broughton says that while he loves learnt
is preparing .WANTED. to h
for a hard fight .in his. .The )lappi"'cocple: immediately after growl because had -Apprentices
: o district." % % t the ceremony, left tor Ocala,where; growl.about they nothing to The "childish; heart' beneath the, mind. Dr. Wilmer as a man ,he cannot the making of cigars.. El TropicO Cigar -!

:,0 -Ella Wheeler Wlleox., mit him to scatter error.. where per'l l Factory, Ocala. Fla. 2t wit :

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THE NEWSPAPER.. -"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY' LIFE; 'ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCERNS."-COWPEB. zoL



1 41, NO. 5. OCALA, FLORIDA: FRIDAY JULY 20 190G.
_,"_"t-'>' ONE DOLLAR A YEAR

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f' (INGS ABOUT TOWN. Mr. John M. Graham, of this city, Another Big ,Enterprise.The TROUBLES OF STETSON. ,

spent Friday in Jacksonville... -
,i .
""' Trustees of the Seem Una- '
;. Sumner Lumber Company has. University CONGRATULATIONS. -
V'J: Timmons represented the Mr. Luther Stafford returned home
.: ) completed arrangements and will locate -i ble to Agree.
jsire town of Citra In Ocala on Saturday from. a business visit to -
at Zuber, about ono mile from .f./-J.I-J.f..JI.
: : Tampa.Mr. The Savannah in comment-
wlty News
Kendrick (he
on Atlantic Coast lane
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? .lwiD Cf: ;" -- Taylor--has- returned .'and Mrs. Lee Miller have railway; and will erect a milL, the ca- ing upon the Stetson, University We are in a position to know the real extentof
gone
::"" day's outing at We- acity of which will be '75,000 feet squabble, has the following article: =
bm'a few in Ocala's
to Virginia to spend remainder of with prosperity territory <( which is daily
-' per day. It Fill be equipped band
"The Stetson University Is again before
-
the summer.
extending ) and we feel in duty bound offer
-. z -' saws, and all the latest improvements, the people of Florida In the shapeof to"

dit..i'," snd Mrs. C., M. Murphy were Mr. B. H. Thrasher, an eminent. attorney in the mill business.: a controversy between the members congratulations not only to Marion, but adjoining r

e"isitors''. to Ocala- on Friday of Gainesville, represented the We are informed that the Sumner of the board of trustees who are ,counties on present conditions. .

Anthony.r "University city" in Ocala Saturday.Mr. Lumber company have secured enough seeking to find some way for complying -

} ., r- timber lands' to keep them steadily with the conditions of the will of

.". SohnVil'on, the popular rail- "Bat" ,statistician and sawing 75,000 feet, six days in the the late John B. Stetson, the founder MUNROE & CHAMBLISS ',', .

'''eutat Reddick, was shopping politician of Lake week for .the next fifteen years. and benefactor of the university to
county, was .in
?'o ll Friday, Ocala Saturday visiting his friend,Mr. The general offices of this company the extent of many thousands of dollars BANKERS. _
:--' ', will be located In Ocala, and some Ocala Fla
members of the
board
; J. P. Galloway. are chargIng <
lit:Herman Benjamin is at homea of the owners with their families will one another with ,a spirit of selfishness -

;.V visit to his wife and other Mr. Raiford W. Walker of Gainesville make this city their home; and wilt and stubbornness .

ti'es'in' Atlanta. be valuable acquisitions to our business "In the will of Mr. Stetson there ----'I
r Ga., has been spending the past : '
week at Woodmar, the guest of his and social circles. appears a bequest of $100,000 for the E. C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS.

f et' prices now prevail in our sister-in-law Mrs. D. S. Woodrow. The officers of the Sumner companyare school> conditional on the resignationof

\'ert' partment-Yle will save .. from Atlanta and Moultiie, Ga. each and every member of the The Amount ot Stock Which We Carry is Great
,
ees money.. ,The Fair. x Mrs. S. H. Wienges and son, board. Our Handle r .:
Ability to It Is Greater
3* _.;..;._ Meeting of the Daughters of the ,Confederacy "Since the will made' ,
was public
1 Clilie Elizabeth[ Is the name that Charles, left Friday for Ocala and : Our Desire to Please You is Above All Greatest '
there have been efforts to arrive at ,
Tavares where
they will spend few
}Dss; been given to the lte! Jsughter a
some understanding the trustees
days recuperaUng.-GalnesvUte'. among -
dot iir-n; : Mrs Arthur Masters. The regular monthly meeting of the so as to receive the donation.But Furniture of all kinds, from the lowest price to the highest, tad the r F

.', Daughters of the Confederacy was quality of our goods governs the prices our prices tower than
"This is all attempts to effect an understanding being
,jrtiw ){essfS..Easterling, the big can- paper endeavoring to give '
*. held Friday-afternoon, Mrs. Fannie R. have failed others for the same class of goods. ,
it is
its and
formerly of Martin patrons the best service that is now
ik1oup
.g1'Owers
Gary, president of the chapter being Camping goods for sale rent tents .cots etc.
visitors to. Ocala oh Friday. possible to give and all that the pat- charged that this Is due to President or ; ; mattresses
jpwre the hostess. In of the
fjtit ronage will permit,' says the Ocala spite downpour Lincoln Hully of the university, who

)l iessrL'JR. J, knight, W. L. Martin Banner. And It might have added That of rain quite a number the of the loyal was appointed by Mr. Stetson over PLEASE THE PEOPLE AND THE PEOPLE PLEASE US.t .
attended
daughters and
meeting,
.iM xlctor Charpia were visitors to the Banner is quoted more than any' two years ago, and after the school

t Vie':;city 'Friday from Crystal .River. paper in Florida, and thereby gives had a very pleasant time. The regular had been injured to a great extent

!!1:". .I the town a great deal of free adver- routine business was transactedand by scandal In which the name of the

,:.i1...e.},('r.'.-.L K. Wilson. ,who has been In, tising.-Lake City Index. afterwards a social hour was .en-. former president and one of the teachers OCALA FURNITURE CO:

oa,a visit to.his sister Mrs. C. Joyed, during which time tempting of the university figured. ,

S Wenimer has returned to his Mr. T.M.. Moore who has been refreshments were passed. "There Is little If any, money ,in
."" spending his two weeks' vacation in Mrs. Annie R. Gary Alexander of
.
e tn Lake,City.itfhe the fund with which to maintain the
Jacksonville and at other places! with Broksville, was a' pleasant visitor u_ university. anr -
"-J
t ,Ycnge .& dine Company are relatives and. friends has returned present at this meeting and her presence "Last winter the teachers were S. H. BLITCH, M Dr.' H. ROBINSON' Pr.S.J.. C. BOOZER, Awt Mgr :

ing twelve large whanize ,'Iron, home. was much enjoyed by her compelled to wait for months for GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller.
,', friends.' ,
5-:for' the phosphate chemical their salaries, and there is every rea-
.
b,at.Inglis. Mr. Henry W. Long, of Martel was son to- believe that if the university '

',:fr' '- in Ocala Saturday- returning* homefrom Invitations Issued. is' opened this year it will not be up The Strong Hold the : '

}d:B:, H. Seymour went down toeland. Anthony; where he went to attend to the standard of last year unless ,
General and Mrs. E. B. of
Bailey
,Friday afternoon to visit\ the district conference of theMethodist the conditions of the Stetson and Car-
Monticello, have issued invitations to
daughter. Mrs. 'Kenneth }r Pber:1 church. .' negie bequests are 'complied with.
the marriare of their daughter, Carrie
'joraJhort while. "This has always been classed as COMMERCIAL BANK .
to Mr. Scott Lilworth Clarke, thn
'" Mr. J. .Strobhar: who recently the largest and best school in the r
jl rz.Rush,'and, little daughter, who purchased the beautiful James A. marriage to take place on the even- r, state. It has had a large number of
of July twenty-fifth. at the Preabyterian OCALA, FL0.
.:/o? South' Fourth' street re-- Harris property on Lake ranasoffkee students from various states, as well
church in that
: home:Friday from a visit to and who is making it an ideal game, city. as from Florida and has flourished.

..tht i at Hawth)fI\e. preserve, was in Ocala on Saturday. Mr. Clarke is a well know and pop "The failure to arrive at an agreement Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced
ular
.J lawyer of Monticello and in the -
:
\ is due to the old factional feelIng -

;':H. W..Long will speak In Jcs- ,Mr.F. J. O'Hara, the large turpen- recent primary was elected to the leg- which was so evident when the its and \
islature. Miss Bailey is Quite well by Large Increasing
u f good Roads 28th. Jhof
July
; tine operator, who was recently be Forbes-Stetson controversy was being .
known in this city and her marriage '
t. .... News prints' a picture of this fore the United States court at Jacksonville aired. It is hardly probable that 'an Business
' !o Mr. Clarke will be a prominent sooty .
.,j.i Roade"enthusiast. on a charge-of peonage, was agreement will be arrived at" _
.".". (: event.
.f:' -*. in Ocala, Thursday, He has many ,
,
t wand; Mrs. P., WUson Green and strong friends here,, as indeed he has THE STATE ENCAMPMENT. --S. .,- _
Off for Denver. '
. j wll datighter of Bellevlew, were inCa all over the state. He 'is such a'who e- "

Friday 'greeting friends. andiwppiuIlth souled jovial and kindly hearted man Troops Will, Assemble at Tampa August -
Mr. Simeon T. Slstrunk
delegate
i our merchants. that he counts his friends by the 6 for Eight Days. W. A. KNIGHT. L E. LAN: &-
1 1g from the Ocala lodge B. P. 0. E., to \ ".
score wherever he Is known.
,,1dfsiW' D Edwards has gone to the ,annual national meeting of the The following order announcingthe

, :"to 'spend, the summer months Elks left Friday noon for Jackson.
Mrs. J. K. Austin has'returned
hTretatives. Mr. Edwards vile, where he. joined the rest of the encampment by brigades of the ANNOUNCEMENT. .
accompa- home from St. Paul, Minn., where she
\ kls'wife far Jacksonville. Florida delegation who left that city Florida Sate Troops at Tampa August -
M as as went several weeks ago to lake her : -
last night in two special cars, their 6 to 13, has been issued by Ad-
,
(f" daughter, Miss Jean Austin there for
t Mrs! :Thomas, who has been inIlia the summer. She had a very pleasanttrip. objective point being Denver, Colo. A jutant-General Foster: We' have Just purchased the Wa gon and Harness business of Messrs.

for'a large number of Florida Elks have S. A. & Company and to add to stock of
Standley ,
short while on a visit to Miss Austin is visiting her uncle State, of Florida propose the goods everything -
, ie r wa and' daughter-in-law Mr. andsChltrles gona on this trip, and they expect to that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE'LINE In every sense of
Mr Frank who is General's
Kellogg, one Adjutant Office
,
f3 Thomas returned home have & glorious time in the west. the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagona on the market
of the most distinguished lawyers in Tallahassee July 1, 1906.
dU Mr. Sistrunk was accompanied by ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety : -

p morning. Minnesota, and she is'having most Mrs. Sistrunk and their friends hope General Orders No. 2: of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee. '

delightful time. She will remain in An encampment of the brigade of We invite the public to call and see our display of '
z=1ti! .sad lIS.OL M.: Gale have re- that they will have a great big time. .
< Minnesota for several months.Mr. the Florida State Troops will be held
home from visit to relatives ,
a
at Tampa commencing August 6, 1906, *
w\Hampshire.. and' Mr. Gale can Best Medicine in the World for Colic High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages ,
G. W. Ray, who has recently and Diarrhoea."I and covering a period of eight days. ,
i r.W found as.usual at the Tea Pot Unexcelled Harness
business to The Wagons, ,
returned from a trip several commands composing the

Ji : ; South Carplina, returned to that find Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- brigade will, where practicable pro Lap Robes, Etc., Etc. .
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state Friday oh a pleasure trip, His era and Diahrroea Remedy to be the ceed from i their home stations so as .

. J lr .:J.s L. Lummus who Is on a report of crop conditions in South best remedy In the world," says Mrs.C. to reach the place of rendezvous by MAIL ORDERS WILL ALWAYS, HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION. \ :'"\

Ho;isss her daughter, Mrs. George Carolina Is very discouraging. He L. Carter of Skirum, Ala "I am noon of Monday, August 6; hut all J

I I "" at: Miami' is, we regret to says that the excessive rains, have subject to colic and diahrroea. Last commands must arrive in Tampa during

rewill; drowned out the cotton and there will springs it seemed as though I would that day. Turpentine Wagons Specialty _

. t" die, and I think I would if I hadn't
not be more than a hat crop gath The soldier who fails to attend (ex-
i taken Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
" Wi hassle the famous White House ered. The same, Is also true of the and Diahrroea Remedy. I haven't cent in case of properly authorized We are Always In Position to Meet\the Prices of Legitimate Competition.

I watermelon and cantaloupe crops. been troubled with it since until this absence) will be regarded as 'absent
for ladies and and
gentlemer,
The South Carolina farmers he says, week, when I had a very severe attack without leave or In desertion, as the
,.Buster,Brown shoes Jor girls ,andThese bottle' We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory-, Turpentine
bate been hit hard. and took half a of the circumstances in the case may indIcate -

lines" cannot be surpassed twenty-five cent size Chamberlain's The commanding officer- of every and. Farm Wagon.Knight&Lng. .
.*_ Quality" and price. Come in and Colic Cholera and Diahrroea Remedy .*
"
Rev..C. H. Nash resigned the chargeof officer or enlisted man so absent
l ',,hem.,the Fair. x and this morning I feel like a new ,
<,.., 'the Palm avenue congregation yes- man." For sale by all druggists. m will file at regimental headquarters

I morning to take effect October the day of his arrival In
: Gertrude Kaiser entertained terday "- on camp .

! V friends at a very delightful party: 1st. Mr. Nash came to realize, that thefield Baraca Socletty.The charges and specifications against the

,ttie} Hotel de Kaiser one eveningThe was too large and important for delinquent, and such charges and specification ,

,.?fly..: occasion was her sIxth his present state of health, hence his Baraca Society gave anotherone ? will be forwarded imme- (Successors to Standley and Co.) &. ..' i

# : Birthday, and hostess arid action In the matter.. The Church ac of its ellghtful socials Friday even diately by the regimental commanderfor
4 at About ,
ing sirsBrigance's twenty 3
> Ik)1&4.a,, royal good time. cepted his resignation with a good the consideration of the com- .
1.' five ,
young girls were present. Re-
many expressions of regret and mander-in-chief.

-.,Oliver C. Wiley and her'daugh- granted him a vacation of six weeks freshments :were served during the J. CLIFFORD R. FOSTER ".

.! sa: Jule' Wiley of Troy Ala., when he may choose before October.Tampa' evening.selves All present enjoyed them Adjutant General. I C0PIT0L $50,000.
thoroughly. The Baraca Society
Times. General John W. Sackett
htve'been at White for Brigadier:
_) Springs
,lie of Ocala is becoming popular among the will be in command of the .camp.
veeks arrived in
M I young people of our city, having an
,.tfternoon, and are the guests, 'To Have Gymnasium and Bowling enrolled membership of thirtyfiveand A Tragic Finish. THE CENTRAL( NATIONAL BANK

WPeta sister Mrs. R. A. Burfro Alleys.Mr. its socials are always looked for "

watchman's neglect permitted a
A
: ward to with a great deal.of pleasure.
OF OCALA
< Jack Camp' has purchased the leak in the Great North Sea Dyke ,
; which a child's finger could have stop-
another wreck Friday on bowling alleys, balls etc., formerly
devastating
The Bible Cited. to become a ruinous break -
",..w. toast division of the Allan- belonging to Mr. Maurice Strauss. He ped, an, entire province of Hol HAS A REAL DESIRE TO HELP IN THE ADVANCEMENT OF

L.C, t: Line, near Inverness and will put up,a private alley and a'splen- land. In like manner' Kenneth Me-
A gentleman at of OF THE COUNTRY AND
cne our board- THIS SECTION REQUESTS THAT --
-,;: equence both the nortl. ando did gymnasium at his beautiful placeon : Iver, of Vanceboro Me. permitted a

tQ4 trains over that division Camp Heights. Valafter little cold to go unnoticed until a YOU GIVE IT EVEN A SMALL OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW

yn'O; e' by'way of Ocala. The 'gymnasium and bowling alley' ; tragic finish was only averted by Dr.
." '-- at him each meal, for two straight i King's New Discovery. He writes: THAT THIS DESIRE INCLUDES YOU. .
will splendidly fitted and the
:r : up. weeks, asked the waiter to please read "Three doctors gave, me up to die ,
"ftLrTreeht, and her friend Camp family expect to enjoy these of lung Inflammation, caused by a
the eighth the
"- ,_iJ: e ::"Eagesser. who have been sports Immensely. chapter Hebrews.7'. verse ,9f."''-*"-..>oh''A"thirteenth' neglected cold; but Dr. King's New CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK ..

_.:the,past couple of weeks in Discovery saved my life. Guaranteedbest ;" ,

'." ,,with Mrs. Precht's parents, FOR SALE-Lot n c Ocala containing $.. ," cough and cold cure at Tydings
0 .10 Rainfall. cents and
drug store. 50
". Thorne Saturday morning two acres of ground an abundance >. & Company's m ""
L90. Trial bottle free.
Y! ;:'aecompanfed te :Ocala by of' fruit trees; one; horse, one '' Mr, >Wt L. Jewitt, who has charge $

-ebrother. )lr. Herman wagon, ,buggy'and 'harness;' 17acrecrop of the-weather bureau here 'says that FOR SALE CHEAP-Ore thousandlive We' have reduced the prices on all We have reduced the prices on all

}t:'SavannahQ.. will spend corn; ,four bead, cattle, hogs'andgoats : from July :1, to 13, last year we hid oak fence posts; also two, tbous- summer dry goods. Inspect our stock summer dry goods. Inspect our stock
.
"WIe'here, the guest. of :Mr... ;, plnders,,peas I and cotton,. Address 5.37 rainfall* this year between same anal red bay, cherry and.cedar boards.B. and got our prices. We can save you and get our prices. We. can. save you

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over the swiftly moving WHY PEOPLE GO, .TO CHURCH?, T '

SOMf URLY niRID!' HISTURIT :' : 1f ed A .back storm ,was and gathering_ reached- |the and A" great*many people do not, go' ?to i* : .

church because they have not got the 1 w
Bright ;; as night and her shadows
p loveof God in their hearts.
in and all the land was':dark.
The State's Benefaction to the Tottering Entertaing. "This is the whole story in a nutshell

Cofederate Soldier.A Widow who Produced From regardless the fact that 'the
Miss "ROCK OF AGES.
an "Honorable Discharge.-A, Graphic PiC" St. Augustine Record and other state I

tore of Old St. Marks.-f A Romance of Early ,j:,. ,-,. ., of- cleft for me, papers are commending- ill-advised Bilious- ? .:

Florida History hide myself in th e." editorial the Jasper News in which

-- year 1756 a. young man of is given a. list of reasons why church. The only sure cure fob

Special Cor. Ocala Banner;, I usually late planting. while visiting with his moth congregations are not larger. The Jasper constipation and Biliousness

Tallahassee. July 14.-Last week scarcity of labor. The attended an evangelistic News rests the greater part of.the that is pleasant, natural
-"'w-! H*j..."'O-< -'-"'-:' age Condition'-of ;'the "crop* held in a barn at the little fault upon the preachers but the
was pension week in the eomptroller'i and
fife state is'good, and, with of Codymain. .At. this }neeting preachers will shake it off because
office. The. pension department tion of a' few- localities I man was ,converted. 'He they, of all .men know that it does isON's

probably entails more work than any rains have been excessive, other than Augustus Monta not belong there. The fault Is with

otter branch of the state work;, there are fairly free from grass. ,_ who afterwards wrote each individual whether they are R.IMDN'S1\Itgr

er conditions i are fI.\'orable. hisconversion church members or not. The preachercan "
are hymn. Of
thousand
now nearly. four pen AND :TONIC-PELLETS
sioaers is scarcely labor 'sufficient says "Strange that I, who do much toward makinghis services
on the roll, drawing pensionsof the crops under favorable long sat under the means in' attractive but he cannot c"o ev The Pills stir the lazy liver to 4:
which Is paid -
[196 annually quart
The farmers are unable ta should be brought night unto erything. He needs the help of AVer action-the Pellets clean
Tonic
ted;. The vouchers are made 'out onthe1
prices paid for labor in the an obscure part of Ireland d, ; member of his cot regatiin. Alone ha
:last day of the month and, reach all
of the
impurities out
: : mines and on the turpentine handful of people met togeth can do little more than preach the body,
thej office within. two or three days
according to the distance they must: eable farms, and this bam and ,by the ministry of gospel of Christ. It Is not a part of so' that the liver and all the
to prevent the planting of could hardly his his calling to provide "entertainment"
spell own
come. The work of Issuing warrants other organs act properly. J /
ages. Florida cotton is : Surely, it was the Lord's do for 'the people who go to ctfurch. That /
keeps the entire force very ,busy for
Y from the LoileeviI and marvelous." _' belongs to the minstrel .or tie Punch
from two to three. weeks as a great
crop is free from rust and. age of twenty-two Toplady and Judy man. Some people go to
amount of detail wcrk must be gone ..
No
eases. orders in the Church of Eng church to hear the music. Others go Griping .
through with each voucher. Recordsof
. leach warrant'sent out are .kept so -- was a strong Calvinist and to church to drink in the melody of No Purgingjust

M .San,. Marco.-.d.1'p 12 of many popular hymns. the story of;Christ and Him crucified.
thatrthey-can easily' be traced if "one ? -J+ *.Ji a -<
I am writing this from, in 1778.fORock,of Ages"'was "Some people go to. church to see
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should 50 astray. The bulk of the and
town of St. Marks. The in 1776, in the Gospel and to be seen' in their glad rags. a natural easy
Touchers reach the office the first few Treatment
lishlished by John A. of which he was editor. Others go to church because they common-sense -
days of the quarter but they keep ne which never falls
years ago, and now has been more or less al love Jesus who said "Forsake not
coming for a week or two. The work to
Coast Cypress. Lumber rearranged several times i the assembling of yourselves together cure
e; in the pension department neveceases
rthe greater_ part of St. : but the sentiment remains ," and because they feel that it is
although the busiest time is at ,Special Offer.Cut .
day. There is a hotel, .. 'i duty to sustain the church' by their
the beginning of the quarters. The
Graham, the commissary, a to this hymn that the beloved presence ant to bold society together the"Little Doctor" out l .
work in It is a continual tax on one's and mail to us, with, the .
perhaps a dozen houses. Consort, Albert of England and to preserve_ Godliness in the com
- sympathies for many are the pitiful name 'of your druggist and i, -i
tales of poverty and necessity that not in operation now, and repeating it constantly upon munity. y',umayhaveaWeek'sTreat- j
\ come in the letters in reference to population of St. }Marks is ; "for" said he, "if In ; Some people go to church in order ment of the Pills and Pellets :

not fifty I had that they may critcise the preacher with compliments. ;
over persons. only my woricuy hon ji
pensions. There is nothing in all th e. ,
world as hopeless and as helpless as This desolate little town dignities to depend upon, I I Others go to church to encourage and Ramon's Brownie Calendar-Free i
time cotton be uphold him In his work. '
an !important indeed.
the aged poor and email, as the sum poor with Weather Forecast and Almanac information Given with far*
wa$ the terminus of the L. S: Bainbridge who with her "The preacher is the 'last man In your
cf Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic .
allowed by the state is taken separately purchase, Pellets. _
in the built in Florida, the third visited China for the purpose the community and the church: is theo frown ';:t
aggregate It is approximately Manufacturing Company "
"'IV build| in. the United States. Christian missions, tells e Institution in the community 51. i.oBiaMo. Cr eneviIIe.Tenn. -
a quarter_of_a million; dollars l ;
the was built by Goserntir Call : incident: "The Chinese which should not fall under the ban SOLD BY TYDINGS & COMPANY, OCALA FLORIDA.,
and for ? :
isjBmoothlng way, many,9
the old soldiers and their widows. and, was a primitive _stretch it seems are so. anxious to of common criticism. The preacher
ty-one miles. Over-it' was for themselves that they and ,the church should be upheld and 4,
Looking at the grizzled remnant of
the cotton grown in this any labor to escape the encouraged, .and it is in the power of ...
the army one Is forced to a realization bh
was loaded on vessels at transmigrations of the next every churchgoer' to influence thiss
of the of time to
f fleeting ; them We Never
Hole St. Marks and end by giving to the holiness Disappoint t Our Patienls
it must seem .but yesterday that they near dread to be born again a preacher a ,

marched away under the Stars ,and New Orleans. cats, and the highest hope I and to the church a sacrcdnessabove Wi Fulfil# !! Eras promise and Ester Fold But Fallllll M
The St. Marks of the Sp by them is to be reborn as that which is accorded by the Stricture
Ban That flag went down In defeat WP CURE witkottt the kaU 01'bORate tad
and but a fast-fading memory. order to secure this, they do thoughtless."The pain or detaUoa iron buaiaewt
is folded sacredly in' the cured
away never to rctmra, without meroary or odacril .
treasure chest of memory and the was built on a point at the every meritorious act. One preacher needs encourage .*t Tlw.?PoIttT lyettT dj aa" VNiOOCali'W1iil

veterans still are marching, marcb-- of the Wakulla ,and St. had excavated with her poor, ment by word and by interest shown \I !UvtoiUKiuti The Dr.King Ucdleal of Georgia Co.ts for an the

Ihg not with the buoyant tread of about eight miles from the : a well twenty feet deep in him and in his work. ,_ I 1 Jlerf01II ttUlmtlMaoa.UUj8Clilef ebrOa14t1.'UeL oonaulUq Dr. K. 1: ,

manhood but town was fortified, for the was only after this achieve "He should be encouraged by regular lfcy iua Of am1l1en&IIraid&n and.ur8Olll.
with the,unsteady SfP. I \ Onr ruceu to Ui'treatment of chronic dltruot It cuars*.
of ace-UPJfill soon be sounded; of the Apalachee Iddians, she learned of the free gos attendanceat midweek arid Sabbath M4 tM tatk aedlMl and etectriwl tf eaelM. t

and our heroes will"ztie ,keeping?thesilent Spaniards .selected' thisite, She was now a wom services: I lea Oaiofacesireequpp.awitha4thealnnlefara l-rat,nolea rat,and flnsea r'fj is act, erery

bivouac of the dead. to understand. Here on 'the and, stretching out her "His congregation should allov bin modem oatriTaua 1a',Don,,,, reipeet to the mtdioal and emploj-tone pronsslon. Oar bat fj

point between the rivers i crippled'fingers, we sang to to feel no financial worry. It should lad trained Ucenu4 and plIlaIoIlII4 efficient attendant beJlllm sbaria Kffulirlr ijuiUlied

I She floated into the office one day, fort San Marco de be seen to that his salry is abundant We HDpiOT BO Bi lW ue-eo 0 0.D.',or'QJluQd for literature&I't-.II&011'
accompanied. by. the governor. She in 1718; the tide was very in my hand I, bring, and that it is promptly paid. 1 tytbli loitatioB. Oar termi fortrwtin....ttferirtfrejilWIto

was a' little old, old-fashioned woman,. rivera.and'J lft only a few ; to thy cross I cling. "Each member of the Congregation nee SlUG of a per cure monttij witnla(medicines a ipeclfled inoiaded tirna. )and we CI"'"' eel.

and wore a black dress ,a white apron wall in view but when the ago when a ship sank in the should study to devise Rome meats ftY BlUM; R CHEOEICADISESSESL..a"'.!w

and the wall can, be seen many Biscay who of helping the preacher in his :/ a!! :
a, sun bonnet The face that looked A. a man was saved work tl, \ tnptuM. iiydrocele, Draiu. Loetei. eta.,:
out of its depths was attractive: Very little is left'. o'f.. the 2'.Y what the passengers were and do their individual parts to ware \\ UKTHCUKAN. J Non Di* w, Tareit.. TomoM, Head: and tend ma'Ujnnt Longs,,. ,Dlseaiai",ubl"-of

despite the fact that It was as,brown cent the line of wall and the ship went down. H making every other attendant feel K. icraa u. D. Chronic DucAiei of Women ease u
Oeun h ysew DautaralDiaebariea.and snob veakneMti olloatll. .
aid a berry'and wrinkled in thousand tions. It evidently ran the last he heard was rtock that it is good to attend church W CaoeWaa M to-day e8Wdl l TOM eondlttoa tick or afflicted. Oar {aBl -

folds.. .Her.,- eyes were bright and. he point from tho St. Marks ," sung by all who could join "But no matter whether the sermon II ,e Mad rat nr Utel&&V.. BXAUIMATION,tncln4icg' s r.mi AND ADVIC.for home treatmestCOKSULTATIOlf. '
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was ..I..sheertul.as" a cricket.. The governor kulla but the wall that is be good or bad. nor whether thor I.. III'' MEIIOAL Oas tRlul+ttauSp+a. In.e@ 'ftlantl.II. 'f
said. "Dick this Is Mrs. Hollis; today is on the St Marks tunes have been written f preacher be entertaining or dull, the

abe has come to see about her pen on the bluff a fisherman's ,, the most popular one, how love of God In the heart Is the chief _..
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sloe You 'look it up for her. Mrs. perched among the ruins, I the one by Dr. Thomas thing which influences churchgoing ---

Hollis this is Mr. Dickinson, the sec.rttary land and take a closer- who was born at Washing under ordinary circumstances"-Miami

of the 'board; you Just "Stay demented j f* ,%wojhanwas*. JW i >*. 'f' ., in 1784, and who died in News.

close by him tillh| look9lup l for fort f ,with .shotg* 1n<; SOt in 18721 He wrote many -Year Ocala House Wine Rooms)

you." Then *she began to 'cbat. addressing tentedmyself withdrawing and published several hymn .

us collectively. ''"Yes,I knowI was safe. We did land from Ira D. Sankey in Sunday '-
; and walked over the "I was a loser In a twenty year bat )
am entitled to a pension, for my husband Times j
tie with chronic -TRY'pUA-
/ Marine piles and malignant
U. S.
hospital that -
was-a soldier and besides I wIn as sores until I tried Bucklen's Arnica -'1
the war myself." Here is my discharge lished here after the Burn ,Quickly Healed. Salve which turned the tide by cur

all signed if you don't believeIt. in. 1821, when St. Marks ci lug both, till not a trace remains,'' .
with
so delighted what Cham-
." She produced a slip of paper yellow l the Stars and Stripes.; The Salve has done for me that Best writes for A., old M. Bruce ulcers,,of cuts Farmvllle burns, and Va. OLD 0LLEGHANY j

with age from a bag she carried, the hospital were standing to write and tell you so,"
wounds. 25 cents, at Tydings & Co.
few Robert Mytton, 457 John ,
and held it out to me. I took it and years ago when Mr. druggists

read It. It was a certificate that Margaret them away to use the Hamilton, Onto "My little m "

hell was that day honorably ("foundations of the 'mill had Chamberlain's a bad'burn Salve on her and knee.it FOR SALE CHEAP-One thousandlive PURE RYESPut

discharged from service as. laundressof I went to the top of the it beautifully." This salve al oak fence posts; also two thousand

company -, all properly signed. mound. thirty or' forty feet pain of a burn 'almost in. red bay; cherry and cedar boards.B. .

Then she took out a picture of a young was the old Spanish I It is for, sale by all drug- H. Seymour, Ocala Fla 7-6-2t "
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man and a young woman, an old large cedar trees grow at : !I m 4. full Qts'

fashioned lcture, "This was me whenI and between it and the riv I Just to Think of Itl The famous White House shoes for 'up'

was a young girl and that is my another fisherman's hut. ladies and'gentlemen, 'and the Buster

husband .explained.MI "I may not woman was sewing near only five or six of the busi Brown shoes for girls and boys cannot in inFancy Cartoons

look It DOW, but I was a tasty-looking wind6w, arid a'purple in a town where be surpassed in the city for style, -

I girl those days If I do say it myself" by the swift breeze waved thirty or forty are repre quality and: price. The Fair. x l Delivered at .

Then she' showed a picture of her ful branches. A fig tree, in the advertising columns of r your

daughter, and who bad died a few might have been a scion -

years'ago.. "I never asked for help as den of Eden, grew near newspaper: to it kinder gives It Will Express Office
dry lips keep on a blow- :
long as I could work, but now I am brought away some cuttings the .
enterprising spirit of the
too old I am sixty-eight, and I can't souvenir.. The ruin and
business
and the
men great
i work and I want my pension." The olation of the place struck For $3.20.
progress of the town. PayYouJ! !
application was gone over and the defects a sort of pang. I tried tp think of that? :

shown her and she was told to' fort as JC had Stood, ti*

remedy them 'and was made happy iard, iteffowniogfgunsjthe? i the bio-win"out-of-town and can't reader find who the Regular $J.OO a Quart Whiskey; write fa f

by the assurance that she would Indians-I ,wanted to feel 1C You have Estate '
get Real
any
to back it is likely 1
up Complete Price
l pension. The governor who had the romance, to call bluff the editor is a monumental If to sell, list:

gone out returned Just as she was Jackson back and to people !

saying of him. They fancy, the crumbling ruins. OR
say around .
think of that!
3ksyo t.U&at4thtrorernor is not the aged Scotch trailer: Ocala House Wine Rooms!
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good man, and I begin to believe a.mighty it." himself" in: rain'from 'the doesn't- editor do who the does business the blow-will I lF to\Ju're.Florida thinking for a home of coming !

hi lau(llld ti l j came up to: her. aiding and .abetting the IM
to
chair- and asked if she I. ried' awav_. th tho mr1ln'n".. .. "" ; come the same conclusion OCALA, FLORIDA.
bad gotten herappkatton --- -- -n -- --- -- out-of-town OR i
reader. Then
fixed. She was with his, life for the '
.very grate- -
1 fttlUoljsak! ,'1 :ami :a-g pingttp kiss the IDJi\n : wai=t land tr be think"no of more that blowin!-Starke* Tele- I F You desire to inyest in any

yo for I tint that sort, but I' am 1 lArkIJgie.ver'n the wooded : kind of Florida. property, In Time Of Hot!

gates to love you and you can tell shadows took form and .'... r l

ivtr wife so." the" past began to yield up A Hard Lot TO SEE

\\\1as. the went out she gate us my dreaming. Tbea "chug Prepare For

welt a blessing. Our eyes were moist over the waters, came the torpid to liver contend and with, spring OR WRITE' Cold!

ae4 *. wished that every old person |straying "chug! chug!" of a unless blockaded
awaken them
you "to We would rather
Uf Florid* U4 as straight a claim as engine, and three fi.s! ehnen, action with Dr. King's lei, the balance of ouI STRAW HATS and SUMMf

ben. Including her friends "Sis Tildy I day's silvery -harvest_ in Pills; the pleasantest and J. H. ,CLOTHING at a big reduction than to '
INGSTON
'SONS carry them 'over. If are pomp!
Hl&ttr." whose claim she called at- of the boat pulled. up at the cure for 'constipation. you
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,- t *tioa to, and "Old Man Duckworth. the Spaniards, Indians, appendicitis: 25 cents at and Tydings tone buy anything In our line now,.you will l save money by giving M, a call i ,
OCALA, FLORIDA.Idujtioi .
,**It eUk% was hopeless.. his, followers were gone-- drug store.. m
H -* .: ,- Patent
r. ,back. : Into the misty, "" T Leather Oxfords
vgparti received in the department whence they came. For Sale. ;
acres of fine
land
near Or
Gt UritttUare show decrease'iaUhe <-..We threw: our.1ine"toJh Marion
The
county Fla..
tvrs, e.condition of the Florida cot and they towed us.jip.; the quarter 4, of southwest quar by' _ail In All the Latest Styles

tea crop. Tile early indications show.. Hangman's Tree where township 12, range24, ,
land and make me an offer.- Yo hatq lo.t to emplolmaot to its as soar '
*4 as laerwse of five per cent over son hung the Prophet D. C. Alexander Shaw. i.noo. Utitiratmllapt timeatMtbeMhmon'lb

titerec: planted last year. Later Indian chief. The tree' died ::5-18-3nv ""VIr. lcIaceIb&Ir1r 0e0IHCrT. REDUCED TO $3,00 0 PAIR. I I
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!-p repete. however, show .loss of this ago It stands at a bend in -- 'b t+rnz aeUs e--Taaaat&epa b iYatL areaeaetaaumiei 1'IIeMn .
; and the, cow fare wtter '
t fata on account of : ; P
the un close to its brim; and frta.adraayll.I.81 "p

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:,;:. .'. NO. 5, OCAIiA PiORIDA FRIDAY JULY --
1906.
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'. l: i :NG IS' ABOUT TOWN.i'irin Mr. A. Y. Strunk is now occupying At the last meeting of the city 1 Council,.Meeting. MATRIMONIAL.Crosby ;>o Delightful Parties. _

: his new residence on North Second council a representative of the Westinghouse \

street. electric light company, from The. city council held its regular bi- -Strange.Tuesday
be represented at the evening the young
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whom the new "plant was purchased, > .
'Celebration. ,Mr. Fred Kaiser is at..home from monthly meeting Tuesday night. morning at ten of Mr. Wilbur Moore assem" 4 "
was present and .was paid
.- *- "* ",_. Hastings, on a visit to his I parents at cent of the amotmt dire, the fifty company per Those present were, Councilmen the residence of Rev. C. Methodist parsonage to do

Frank Long represnted Holder the, Kaiser, hotel. Gates, Chace Sage Carmichael Nelson Miss Della '
( : by the city of Ocala. Strange of that young gentleman: the

:.on, Wednesday. I and Weathers. and Mr. J. R. Crosby of,, I :being his twentieth birthday. =
.;: -. The, valuation of Ooala, real estateas Mrs.; C. iA. Marks of Ocala, has re- After the calling of the roil and r
-games' piles is at home fromk'to it were made husband and was a complete surprise to 4
appears on the city ,tax books turned to her home after a brief but reading minutes of previous meetings .
friends at Fitzgerald, Ga. amounts to $900,000., .Carroll pronouncing the and.w. en the twenty W
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pleasant visit to her parents, Mr and it was ordered that a warrantbe
\' Mrs, T, B. Ellis; sr., in this city. She drawn in favor of Messrs. Mclver that united the lives of and girls arrived at his Po
is Ocala to do for
> tow',' an Miss Sara ,Agnew came' up from was accompanied .home by her sister, & McKay for $1,500 as part paymentfor couple. was quite, dumbfounded. He
l Somebody 'to
ought
: lOUI' getljjii'W Lake Weir Wednesday and will, spend Miss Dora Ellis, :who will remain asher repairing the fire station.Mr. Miss Strange had been : recipient of a great, many ,

a day or so in the city., : guest for a few days.-Gainesville Charles Rheinauer on behalf : lon for several months e..pr snt ",frp1I1- ,. young '

Pike Sun. of the city board of health, made a Crosby and her brother d admirers and they all
has to
Sea-
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'< where; she will f spend gone 'several Miss ,Mary ,Juhan has. returned report showing that it had expended I! Ocala on the ..morning jolly... ., _evening,... r ? f.together.,. ,-* tr, ,*. ...."')|
"'.... ." .. I'. home from, a .week's visit to:Mrs.. J. Mr A, Foort p etoi of the $60, $40 of which was more than it I immediately to the resid night at the Hotel de
M.. eely. 'at Lake We {. I Sample Shoe Store located .in the had in bank and asked to be reimbursed Carroll, where the Gertrude Kaiser again -

:, .JlaUle Lyles- and baby girl are Montezuma .bloc,, has had .a neat for same, which was done. place. Mr. W. D_ her friends very happily.
-relativesat- Blitchton for & Messrs. Morgan and McKinnon Dixon sign put; up in front of his place, He Mr. Rheinauer stated that there sonal'f friend' of. the 'groom dI eSdar was Miss Kaiser's r
dayi. of Gainesville are traveling men will, .in a few ,days, have shelving put i was no plat cf Edgewood a witness of' the marriage.Mr birthday and it was also the

at .the Ocala. House, today. around the three sides of his present I cemetery and that it, was ,, and Mrs Crosby : of her brother Mr Fred

''fte, old; Club House" is making quarters. "and carry a full line of, shoes !.impossible1 to 'locate the graves of noon train for the She had made preparations

t i comfortable quarters for our I i Five hundred gold, moulded records of all descriptions. persons interred therein and asked Hawthorne, and party for that evening, but _
just in, Genuine gold moulded at 25c. returned to of the severe storm
IjesatT.officials.! .that the same 'be platted.: This part of Dunnellon only a
-, -, ; -i ilira. Think of it! Ocala. Furniture Co. *x Mrs. J B, Cutler has returned from his report was referred to the ceme w.... reside, Mr. Crosby invited guests were able to

George Nash is at home from Miss Worthington. where she, has, been for: tery committee.. He reported that inent business man of the ., So to assuage her
Nellie
R Anderson has
utpt, where she. spent several Miami gone to the!past few days. She was compelledto some of the meat ,dealers had thrown City." as well as the
to
visit her sister
Mrs. J '
H.
weeks with relatives. Strunk, for a short while., return home earlier Chan she expected spoilt fresh meats in the ponds in of the guests that
on account of the overflowed the city thereby endangering its Lee-Swindle. to be present, and her

CipL H. H. Whitworth, was in the condition of the spring, making bath- health and asked that the licenses to Mr. Mathew Lee, 'a come from Hastings
Mr. and Mrs.
i7 Wednesday and he says hs "du- Edd Freymouth have ing an impossibility. Mrs. Cutler expects all meat dealers except those in the gentleman from Georgia, > Miss Kaiser decided to
returned home from
a visit to friends
are thriving well. and relatives at to leave in a short time for an markets, maintained or under the con- Agnes Swindle, of party over. There were be-
Newberry. extended trip north.-Gainesville Sun. trol of the city council be revoked. Tied on Sunday evening ; and forty young folks

The Montezuma hotel seems to beuirtere Mr. C. J. Joseph of Clearwater This part of his report was referredto tee th. at seven o'clock. this time, and everything

for the "temporary after a brief business visit in this The populists in Georgia want to the market committee took' place at the home of in a most delightful man- --

$!M widowers" this summer. city returned home Wednesday after take possession of the democratic Alderman Chace moved that. a wars mother at Anthony, Rev.

noon. primaries. One of them goesso rant for one hundred dollars be drawn tham officiating. were played music ,enjoyed

: George Spencer returned home far as to say that "we will vote I in favor of the city board of health, Mr., and Mrs. Lee will : cake, fruits, etc., served; >
JAI afternoon from a week'sto Mrs. Lee M. Hayser returned home and see that our votes are counted or which was done. home in Georgia. an evening of much pleas-

relatives at Lake Weir. Wednesday from a week's visit, to kill." This is neither ethical nor polite D. E. White and John Pray pre- The Ocala Banner fortunate guests. _

Oeal: real estate has been quite her husband at the old home place at and sets at defiance all the rulesof sented a petItIbn asking that they be of these young couples ,a -
:the past week. Several fine Anthony., etiquette.. No democrat would granted a license to sell fresh meats. filled with happiness and Taylor Sells His Home to

fifes ;have changed hands think of participating in a populist or Referred to market committee.An ? Mr. Meffert. .

t Mrs. S. S. Savage. jr., who lives republican primary.Mr. ordinance was here read providing arman-Hall. -

Pearle and Opal Osteen:of near Candler, is.in the city on a visit for the confiscation and saleof There was a quiet in Ocala real estate have
's rlinge,' are on a visit to their to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. and Mrs. E. C. Welsh, of Cornell weapons of persons convicted of home of Mr.. and Mrs., active in and around Ocala --

:." ;Kri. Will Marlowe in this city. Norris. left Tuesday for German Valley carrying concealed weapons.If :at 8 o'clock Monday several places' having
,,.- -- N. J., to visit their parents. Mrs the ordinance passes they are to tracting parties being W. hands _

t..Donald, .. Ford formerly with the Mr. A. G. Gates,:'presid nt of ...thecity Welsh will remain away until the be sold .at public sale. by the marshal ,of White Springs and ay Mr. Robert Taylor sold

1)National.. Bank is now with council, started west yesterdayfor first of October-but Mr. Welsh will re after,posting for a period ot ten days. Hall, of Archer, Mr. Hay pn Summerfield av-
'.*D. W Davis in his insurance an extensive trip. He will be gone turn home. in several weeks. Duringhis The following bills were read: the ceremony.Mr. Mr J. M. Meffert of Lowell.

some time. absence, Mr. L. Ballard will, be Isaac Simmons $27.50; A. G. Gate, Carman is a '! family will spend the

.l.., Yr in charge of the mill. Mr. and Mrs.as $300; Knight &: Lang $3.50; Ocala trade and holds ar or more at the beach and

;$f to-?- -James, T. Rawls. manager of Judge H. C. Gordon, of Tampa, w Welsh sailed from Jacksonville at Printing Company, $6.50; Lime Company tion with the R. J. & B. F. return will come at once to .,

," Crystal River Lumber Company, a distinguished visitor in the city ten o'clock Wednesday morning on $13.85; semi-monthly pay roll, ber Company of White dill occupy their new

:;V prominent visitor here on Wednesday. Judge Gordan is on the the Clyde,, Line for New York. $142.50; semi-monthly pay roll, $257; Is ,well known in Archer i 1 -

list of possible gubernatorial candi General Company, $2.50; electric section having been place was formerly the
.r--------r dates. Mr. S. P. Setzer, of Quitman Ga., light bills amounting to '$650 trade in both places. He : place, and is one of

.lIU think of laying new matting was married in Jacksonville Monday were referred to the electric light from Palatka. desirable residences in the .-
:'wanner, let us furnish it to you Mr. S. H. Gaitskill of McIntosh, the evening to Miss Wyndham of that committee.Geo. The bride is one of friends of the Meffert fam-
'e big cattle man, was in Ocala Wednesday city.; Mr. Setzer was for several years : glad indeed
_reasonable price. Ocala Furni- W. Davis was refunded $18 fora popular and most to know that
:Od. T and was talking stock all day. editor\ of the High Springs Hornet and revolver sold without "due process ladies, and has numerous : again make Ocala their
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He thinks there is big possibilities in was most clever and
= a original jour- "
; I of law. Gainesville (Cor.) in again.r'T
'.poetofflce the cattle industry for Florida. nalist. He was also at one time connected and children will
1J" receipts continue I The fixing of the millage was referred Mr. Carman made his prob-
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!i'icreiae and she stands ahead of i with the Dunnellon Advocate, to the finance committeewhich cite for several- years in a few weeks for some
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iBJaterior cities in her postal rand e- Mrs. Bohnfield the Montezuma Ii i and his retirement from Florida journalism was instructed to report at next reg- owner of a grocery store the mountains to remain un- .

facilities. housekeeper has returned home froma I was very much regretted. His ular meeting.Mr. market, and after his at which time they will
't : visit of several weeks at Savannahand .riends of 'the Florida Press wish him Carmichael was excused from troyed by fire he worked to spend the winter and
tt.wttktanding other cities in Georgia. She has !much joy and happiness in his
the Ocala Banis I further attendance. Cline & Yonge. His Ocala, decide to make their
as her guest Mrs. Blackman, of Sa wedded life.Messrs. .
, ,' ,.today: sermon, there are some Ordinance to protect the health of end congratulations.. that city permanently. Their
Ooala who seem not ashamed to vannah. I II I II the city was put upon its third reading will regret exceedingly -

'-i' ;th&. .lint.. stone." Mr. and- Mrs. Paul C. Davis- passed I -E., P. Thagard, J. W. Crosby and the first three sections were Approaching .Wedding and hope that they will

,wr: through the city'' Wednesday afternoon -: W..D. Richie, Maurice Strauss and adopted. The fourth section was :Tampa: Attorney.Mr. Ocala'at no distant' date..

. JCrt.:8. Stone:; have gone to Chatta- sassa, where they have been the fied and passed. That Was a Rain.
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Tampa. They were en route to Col- onville; Ala., have
sR;Tenn. to'spend the summer r orado Springs Colo., to spend some .guests of Mr J. J. Williams, of the This ordinance makes war on the gagement cf their
I i'tfceir son and- brother. time there. Williams Fish Company, for several : mosquito grass, brushes and trash Mr. Herbert Stanton man Noah" had been in
days boating and fishing. It is need-! piles. Sunday he would have been
-i. 3 :id Mrs. William P.Edwards, :.less to say that they had a most delightful The work of the sanitary committeewas Tampa, Fla., the feel ashamed himself. He
Mrs. Frank Harris and Miss Louise place early in September.
wi" }, city, were among the large I time. Tney did not bring the : turned over to the board of confessed that he had
Harris leave today for Tallulah Falls Mr. Phillips is state's
"' of prominent Floridians and big fish they caught back with them i health and that body the seen a rain-that is, a
assumes en-
Ga., where they will spend several his district, and is well
who spent Sunday at the because they did not want to make tire responsibility for the sanitary compared with which the
weeks. Mr. Harris will accompany over the state and is
,, eata, hotel at Atlantic Beach. Dr. Anderson, Captain Maughs and : condition of the city. was. a small affair The.
"< them as far as Jacksonville. His friends are greatly '
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.' .1' Henry Livingston feel bad. But they -- says there was
his engagement and
:,9Wa, *m'soon be singing the say they caught them just the same. A Beautiful Home Sold. anything like it in the _
Miss Alta Pearson returned home I marriage.
of her band -The band mem I, Florida where rains have
from visit to friends ate
"_ have.. taken on, new life and, w Wednesday a i J. C. Robinson a prominent young Maj. L. T. Izlar sold his handsome all time a part of its most-
Kissimmee. The last she
i won have'something good;, some week spent !man of Tampa, who is now holding a surburban home Tuesday to Mr Sam- Wedding Near cherished traditions. It. was
J Relatively good.. Ocala''need s with her brother and sister-in-law,, [ lucrative* position as stenographer uel S. Knight, of Stockton, Ga., who Sunday at the home of "old timers" call a root

:best -that's going. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pearson, at Apopka. i with the South Florida Naval Stores will make it his future home. This is parents, Mr. and :Mrs. The 'rain came down In

\ !Company at' Ocala, is in the city, having one of the most beautiful places, any- near Connor, Mr. Harvey torrents and the streets

|Ser, and Mrs. T. H. Sistrunk for- If you,have a grapnophone you will I come on business connected with where in this locality. The residenceis Miss Julia Randall were presented the appearance

;,of,, Anthony; passed through want new records., We have just received his, firm. Julian, as he is familiarly a very, large one, containing eleven marriage Rev B. I. Hull rivers. Foot passage was
",. ;Wednesday on their' way to 500 of the very latest records. I known, is a sQn of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. rooms and has a barn stable serv- officiating minister. blockaded, and even after

e at Melrose, after a visi t Don't wait until they are all gone, but ("Sunny Jim") Robinson, of Tampa, ant's house, etc. The place was for The bride is the had ceased vehicles had to

Wends in Tampa and other make your selection now. Ocala Fur- and is well known here where he at merly the home of the late Dr., S. W. ter of Mr. and Mrs. at the crossings to ferry
in south Florida: niture Co. 2 tended East Florida Seminary. His Moody and is located at the end of a niece of Mr. Pat Randall.Mr across the streets to the

r 'TM \ I friends and classmates, are all glad to Ocklawaha avenue. Dr. Moody had a and Mrs. Smith It was a rain right, and

.j Robert, 'Bt ,Shortridge, one of At the meeting of the Young Wo welcome him again, and to know that penchant for farming and landscape Ocala Monday morning we have all along said
- Ocsla Banner's valued friends of man's Christian Union at Mrs.. W S. he is doing well.-Gainesville Sun. gardening and selected this place for the noon train for .P never does things by
:''called' .at thJs'of1ce Tuesday Durst's on :Tuesday afternoon Miss its' peculiar fitness to gratify his ambition they will make their suture a rain producer she heads

ox. while la the city: "attending Emma Washburn was elected presi Capt. Frank D. Pooser is up from along these lines ( groom being in business _

". :, eaa: He, says! the?; Citraites dent .of the union. They will hold Panasoffkee for a few' days for ,the The place embraces s thirtysevenand We extend our ,

'enjoying,a much needed rest meetings .monthly. purpose of recuperating, as "he has one-half acres' of rich hammock hearty good wishes to: the from a Fishing Trip.

.:m rketing their vegetables.,' been quite sick for several days. He soil and is capable of producing all oed couple. -

i.\,.."...... '' .S, Two bridal coupfes. made the is superintending the place 'of Mr: the fruits and vegetables adapted to J. C. Wheeler, Charles Da-

W",1 des =ou t'agent; jto headquarters at 'the 'Montezuma hotel 'JasN.. Strobhar; 'and says that 'gentleman this' climate." ... The Fire Department Flippen and Mrs. ,Davis .

hern. Express.' Company, with while in :the city Tuesday, '.Colonel is planning to make this property It was formerly a tangerine orange e Wagon. home Monday from a fishing

? *i"%., ..''In.. Ocala,' is on' a Tisi Shipman says there is nothing like a' handsome winter retreat for and lemon'grove; and since the big at Homosassa,They'had a

,.:.!fmlly ;at Ash vilfe; f. :'C.O A starting put ,right-in married. lice. a s tourists. Just now work on it is retarded freeze other fruits have taken the The Ocala fire plenty of fishing, etc.

'. ;!aL,bp"rn.riio Jilr.,.ancf MjswiJuly. well as :on. other veniuresMr. ,' on account of the'severe'rains. place of the once beautiful grove. ceived its fine new succeeded in hooking two
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__ 12.. ,at the'homefoits'In' ; The house will be considerably en :Mr. Knight has a large family'and chemical engine and tarpons_ but very much to
-lades' p&i Ashevilie W "E. ,F snot, 1r'of East LakWeir e, a 'ged' and 'otherwise- improved, andnext will add c very much to the 'home life first time Tuesday, nent ,were not suc .

.. .\ "' .1'.. d' ,, was, *' "doing., business'" in"OcalaWednesday.Mr 'winter it will have many visitors. of our city, and 'wilf make this handsome found inat it works like. landing, either, one of the
f' ekBQ"" and 'her daughter r, < 'Fosnot;'is captain: 'of The wild turkeys:! duck and deer.'andsmaller place still more beantifuL The,engine, etc were _

'.te!*Jackson,have ;returned to the steamboat "DellV; which' is' quitebusy .. game are' very'abundant. and Mr. Knight is largely Interested in the north'anJthewagon ,- they had ,a ,most' enjoya -
me r n't' Gainesville, 'after spin at tDis'season taking the summer -' Captain' Pooser'' says, that 'Mr. Strob- the turpentine business, and 'until a' Ocala'a expert wago lm eyen Jf they, .didn't bring any

,Anon I figrOcala' vl h \ilrs. visitors'on- '.deiightfuf' trips, har could not have selected a better' year ago lived at Citronelle in Citrus .G. Gates; and is a 'beauty. ;; with them.. :,c-
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.d111ghter.. MrsJenry, Ilv.; around the lake. _' place(foran ideal-game--preserve had county;'He is the father-fn-law' of,Mr. fire department Is very '

LIttIerMiss {1Henriettsr.LisocompgAied" f-i he searched the"state over. Charles' Thomas, "our :'assistant postmaster new--engine and wagon, Constipation( :. 1 ,
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Bryan,Bought visit! Cuba before ." } and gladly- welcome him greatly facilitate'matters .
;them 'Tiwne: }:o Mr. .to we tl : there is nothing
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tti:. It<< f' 'efi )ls.r: u. :hpme. because, rube n' f'A Llttle'Lady; '- u and his family :to your city.Maior' .' of a bi( fire. nice as Chamber. '8' Stom .

tfir.:" : '_ .' .''V. "- be has: a soldier ...fighting the Armbu At 'the. home of-'fMrs. Benjamin'sparents (Izlar will purchase anofheplace r --The fire station has been "Liver Tablets They always .' :'

D1tntohrug8 "has" just beef tin.cans h e.did nOte. t;at opporfp- Mr. and Mrs. Steinheimer _in nearer town and"will'ContJnu e and very'greatly improved. : 'a 'pleasant) movement of the .

*)r.lus r '. WUl/you::be.'one.(to pity tooseveltpn: the. contrary.. haithe d Atlanta, Ga. on Sunday afternoon, ''a to make his' home'with'us/which' wil on it will be completed' in' any disagreeable ef

P-Jl4 qtag a;:.of! ih lIfj, 1t.aDd ;distinction of.making hbnself con- 'tittterdaughter was bprn''to Mr. 'andMrS. be good news to"" Ihe genial major's and,the fire companies will '25 cents;'"' Samples ,free.

.. 4 Furniture, Coi.*, A .r f splcupus on San. Tuaah111. 4' .- 'Herman) ., '''. Benjamin. I ; this city., many friends. '.! *. ,J- ,. their ,permanent 9uarters', ,. ,. *.' '' f' ; .-** lIb
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'CHAIRMAN 1 TAGGART' AND ,.T fE : HEARSrsANNOUNCEMENT I GLJBERNATORIALPLUM' -TREE.a .- Trying tof Destroy the Doctrine! of '1m..I.... m.eulo... ,

i THE' OCALJBNNERi $ DELAND WEEKLY NEWSJf; "'"- :f MAKES BRYAN, SURE.*.--v> iL..s. :,--, 4" State's Rights. **WK, .SHBi m, -- ..,,
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-c- ,.-' Bryan Making Grandstand Play for The republicans Souththeir 1

_ ,- >- ; FRANK, ',HARRIS, ,Editor.. i Since his.defeat. for the. .sta.t en- ..The announcement. of William Randolph the Place' -Bob Davis' Friends ,' ,.Ourjspecial Washington correspondent late state conventionthat

:: :. 'P.: V11 Leavongooci, Business Manager ate our good ,friend, the editor'of the Hearst: positive and ..definite, in Will.- Urg 1 Him to Again : ', Mr. C,, \A.. Edwards, ( *' writes- lucidly i the tariff "should be
Enter Race..
1, DeLand Weekly News, seems to be all its denial of any presidential ambition upon a subject tJ ought to interest from time to time to meet cb
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_ -, torn up and out of sorts. Just"when removes from the path of Wil. Information e received! in all -c democratic readers; conditions. 'The republican me ii

\ 1. everything looks lovely in the .l'mo.ihhbld liam J. Bryan the only' real' or considerable 1 haa'fb T : Albert Judge Humphreys, the federal judge of congress from that state have $&
the to' the effect that General I-j
-.. .. '"city.". __. ,,., .. _.r .' -.,..,, jrotIng.Jw. stand ,pat ,and sup
; .. r 'and'iris'si/anned' bya 'obstacle to a''third "nominationby who ged..the.packers"onthe g
W., Gilchrist sailed frout Boston Speaker: Camion In packing tie
n,
-
rainbow 'of hope, he givef cut 4 discordant the democratic party'for the presi- Sunday for Naples,. Italy! ground that they were immune., from their i and means committee 'and jefisSi i j,1i

and wants to' bring of the United States. prosecution notwithstanding member
note dency recognize any who proto
After visiting Rome Florence and
: : , confession conspiracy to rob the
about another season of doubt and despair There can be no misunderstandingof I modify the tariff, even on suck j f
other cities of Italy,, he will make: a American people is finding himself in les'
Hearst's distict and definite as those on which the rate'4 l
Mr.
tour of Switzerland. Germany, (Holland a rather Humiliating plight by the ceeds 100 per cent. If the rep b

'Here is what Brother Codrinstun statement Like everything he does and the United' Kingdom. fight that 'is now being made upon voters of South, Dakota ta

in the last issue 'of the News and everything that"he it is bold, v realtytariff
says says, General Gilchrist. expects sto leave him by James Hamilton Lewis, corporation revision they must elect 4e. '

"The famous gambling house located -frank and explicit, and not only* re London early in September rtew counsel of Chicago, whom
The Banner bttiaving those crats to congress and electof m
Motto: ,
fr. at French Lick Springs Ind.. and moves him as a possible candidate for York. He will reach here' about the Humphreys some time ago ordered to
,at the top well able to take care of the legislature who will elect js
belonging to Tom Taggart was raid- the presidency, but gives in the 15th of September j jail: for contempt because Lewis f
themselves.; has taken its stand in the reformers represent the state .1I
ed a few .days ago and- several car: strongest and tersest form his own In an interview with a Herald reporter brought a suit.. fore his clients, the
barricades with the common people the United States senate. If a
loads of magnificent gambling paraphernalia -splendid and potential Indorse ent to several weeks ago the gentleman bondholders of the Boston Water
and its fight will be made for the betr, of both houses of congress was _
: were confiscated. Taggart, Mr Bryan's name. said 'that he' would advise his and Light Company, in the state '
torment of those at the bottom. posed of republicans pledged" tori '
:
; it will: be recalled, is chairman of the The statement which Mr. Hearst friends as' to his' gubernatorial aspirations court of illinois, to collect their reform such might be accomplish -

national democratic executive committee I has telegraphed from San Franciscois as soon as, he returned from claims amounting to $225,000. Judge
but as long as a few lone and 1I1k:
JULY 20 1906.
FRIDAY
and nominally in chargeof the most significant and the most
was, his European tour. Humphrey had previously in the fed-
warm republican .t riI ref orme3j:
: '..- the last disastrous campaign. The important utterance which has so far On numerous occasions he has been eral': decision given' the property to
tend republican caucuses aasj
Florida too has her W. J. Bryan. people who' put Taggart in as chairman been made in the matter of Mr. Bry- mentioned ;as a candidate, and the the Farmers' Loan and Trust Company to join with the democratic te

of the national committee undoubtedly an's renomination. It has the most knowing ones say' that there la 'already of New York, without any noticeto
in forcing tariff revision, such diD
From a newspaper to an, organ is knew the business in whichhe potential bearing upon the fortunes a machine. working, that will the clients of Col. Lewis. Lewis rations in 'convention erechild's '

j ,not a step upward. was engaged A demand now, from of the democratic party. There was no boom him for the' high" osltlon.It fought the contempt to the supreme play or intended to deceive tit

these same people, that he resign, savors other man in the party who could takes money .to run a campaign, court of'the U ted.States, which has .

:- J William" Travis Jerome. ia booked of hypocrisy. He should be have successfully opposed Mr. Bryanfor and especially when a 'candidate lately held that 'they will take jurisdiction -voters. I

for. .speech- in Atlanta.' ,: thrown ouf-and will be by the next the nomination. There was no( "bobs up" in the gubernatorial arena,: of the 'matter after the circuit Editor Russell of the Palatka Ken 0{

,. national convention. As long as the other man1 so worthy to have received but General Gilchrist has plenty of court of 'appeals has passed upon the
President Roosevelt Is acting as goes after Claude E'Engie aa fott democratic party ties .to gamblers, the' nomination as Mr. Hearst. If Mr. '
friends, and his friends say that in question.The .
= peacemaker between the warring re "It is not likely Editor Claude L'gle
law-breakers and thieves, and places Bryan has be n'th theorist; Mr. i for far-reach
he is
publics of South' America. case he aspires ( the position question' at stake with ali his delicately emphas1ze
them in the most responsible and con- Hearst has been the executive of our
;;will use the coin lavishly. ing. If, a. federal, ,judge can enjoin and beautiful rounded paragraphs '
spicuous places, the party will, court modern democracy. If Mr. Bryan has numbers his
: 0 ; W. J. 'Bryan's 'wealth is'placed at I The gentleman friends citizens from going into a state courtto replete 'with both wind andwateij'be

disaster at the, polls. This is a nice been the speaking evangel of popular throughout the state by" the' thousands' protect their rights.and force themto f
that
: $151,225-showing presidential able to divert attention of the p&
record with which to go before the rights and liberties-.> Hearst has federal :
of
candidate business is profitable. and his 'experience as speaker the come into the court -and pie from the direct incisive cha.ga

people of the country at the Novem- been the fearless 'and inconquerable house has put him in touch with' many acknowledge, ,a decision 'adverse to which: Editor Collins of the;'Tret"

:? The socialists of 'Colorado n'ave ber elections!" agent of their accomplishment. If men both in public and private life them previously made,, he can destroyall Democrat Is making against the.at

Now, what are the facts We shall Mr. Bryan' has'said things eloquently- '
in the state.A that is left 'of state rights and
nominated .William D. Haywood as ministration of state affairs ill 0o|
let Mr. Taggart speak for himself: and superbly, Mr. Hearst has done Hot Race Probable. state sovereignty. The citizen be-
: their standard bearer for governor. lins has, to do to win is to cont! '
Under his own .signature 'In the columns things fearlessly and magnificently.And Down in these' quarters the name of comes' at once a mere subject of the ...
is in at Boise Idaho. th
Haywood, jail hewing to the line and let the t,
of the New York World, Mr. so, when the great democrat William J. Bryan, Jacksonville'syoung federal government and has no rights fellow do the zigzagglngs.

.The Appeal to Reason intimates Taggart says: who does things falls loyally and 'and' handsome politician,' is within the states nor the, state, any .

.- that Bryan has turned conservative "A building owned by the French heartily into line behind the great spoken of at intervals. The friends. r right' to protect him in the courts, of A greek woman, employed hi tia

-- Lick Springs Company, wholly discon- democrat who has preached things Broward' faction it ''is thought members of .
the the state Many congress
: and is the servant of Wall street. American Hospital in Cesarea, Ta
nected from the'hotel property was and educated the people there can be for the high of have takenup
will groom young Bryan &nd a number senators
Such items give one the wearies. key, was stirred by a revival 'Sh&
:- leased to a party to be used for billiards but one issue to the nominating convention and exalted position: the subject..-as they say that the straightway asked leave to vfslt":

,*". John Sharpe Williams continues to and bowling' alleys, with a and the clouds'have all ,been Mr.- Bryan; in the last race for gov- extent.of theruling; : .wiU, be. equivalentto woman whom she had injured. and 1i

strong clause in the lease against scattered that left any threat or'prom- ernor managedf the campaign for Flor a destruction of the liberty of
be the
assert that Roosevelt wi'i republican whom she had not. spoken for t@f
.
: candidate for t president and gambling. Aitep a time tnis tenant ise of defeat for the superb and eloquent ida's present chief executive., That every lawyer and more particularly When she trudged through.CB

Secretary Loeb continues to deny it. permitted gambling. We brought suit leader of our modern democ- he looked after affairs' in a manner would fulfill the fear and prophecy of years.snow three or four miles to ask"enemy's" het-d! # .

: --'----U-. for possession on account of the racy.Mr. most commendable is 'conceded by all Thomas Jefferson,; when he ,pointed forgiveness' her relauW

.- John Collins, oT tne Tallahassee breach of that provision in the lease Bryan's nomination is now'safely who are acquainted with the situation out that the' ultimate end of these federal
she had daft But tii
;; True, Democrat, is holding his own and recovered jUdgm nt. He appealedthe assured. Thank God for that! He courts with such judges as Judge were sure gone :
.J- when she back .tit
next came to
,. "with apparent: ease. His paper is a case and...lt is pending for trialin represents all that Is best, cleanest Gal. "Bob" Davis, who is at present Humphrey would be the destruction day,
she "We Il11dean'd
said
thorn: in the flesh of the administration the present termof court. and purest in our 'modern democracy., practicing law in Tampa it Is 'said, of all the' state and the constitutingof hospital peact
: the in heart \\a e.
stone my gOl
'The.state. authorities have supple- He has'never apologized'and never recanted has hi? eyes casting towards Talla the 'citizen fa 'mere' vassal of the '-

.. .. -- mented our efforts to recover 'possession one iota of the doctrines 'for hassee. The faction that 'supported federal''judges who step by:step would World Wide :Mission.= *-

Congress has appropriated $100, OO by raiding that building, and thatis which the time servers and the half Colonel Davis in the last race against take their liberty away and then their that

::: -' for the exclusive'use in the negro de- all there is to the grossly sensa- republicans of the party 'have fought Broward, it is" thought, will again lives. t The Tampa Tribune says effiaj:;
richest
in the
partment Jamestown exposition. Nowt tional publication which tne World him. There is no 'stain upon his con. take on to-him, and, 'Ifh concludesto -ThIs issue was once made in _the Hillsboro county Mr. .TrfV

here a' chance for a little graft .for has placed cr dence. sistency:, and no stigma upon his per- run, they will push his candidacyfor United States against Chase and it ty in Florida. But Marion, i5
capture
'always 'managesto :
une
_ :: our "brother-ln-black. "The French Lick Hotel Company sonal political_ honor. ,He Is a great, ,all that it'is worth;Tampa tier-; has been made in every country the prizes.-Ocala Bannert

:has not and will not tolerate gamblingin .clean, brave statesman He' has never aid. where the despotism of judges has Columbi&.t'S'ii
The Jacksonville FJoridian is not I enemies' .. ,. And what about old ,
4: a any form on its' premises. This Is deserved the abuse of his1 --- threatened the destruction of truly -

.' blanket sheet: and 'is only printed attested by the ourt records; 'which half-hearted- support 'of the trucking 7ASfran9eTa&Dripping ', Y free institutions. never made .an exhibit at an exposN\:

T "weekly, but it is..a. heavy<.hitter.. 'WhatAlbert show our 'efforts. to suppress it; and and time-serving members', his -The. democratic. \ in tion or'state fair in Florida that lift

t' Williamson,.has,to .say. he says it is' 'well known to Mr. Hearst, who party. His character extorted 'the with' water Irora the Pe-. and.. a ,large" body" party'of' "independent congress republicans did'' not swipe first prize.. c LaifrOijr. .

: : and: never minces words. with such 'knowledge, continues the admiration of his political opponents. nobscot, where he met 'hU death by will c be' und sustaining the Index: -i 'rthf.pa .
the
Well let's all show at
drowning, the spirit of James Shee- up
publication of "vindictive and libel- His record is' unassailable, and with position Colonel Lewis '
of a 1 l Judge'Humphrey
Ex-Secretary Lyman J.., 'Gage, has is- ous falsehoods. I regret that 'the the great executive'' the" democratic han, "Bangor, Me., .stood before his I. will'do/well I if'he escapes fair, next winter. ., ,? 'i'

sued statement of his reasons for fit wife as,she lay vride awake worrying
,: a World has seen to' dignify these party and the eight great 'democratic the fate that befell Justice Swayne_ofForjd' Our. talented sporting editor! te ,,
: c moving to southern California, and atrocious falsehoods ,by editorial men- newspapers of: William Randolph over the burden 'of debt ,which, she, c \ i impeached brave bay{
who was : by the every day of how our
giving aid to the cult of the Theosoph: tion. Hearst thundering loyally 'behind his supposed' he had left. and. told hec: !
b5
t house of representatives. for 'Just such went out on a fly. If they co1d
: ical Brotherhood, tie says ,it, is a "The proposition that I should 'resign campaign, there can be no possible that in a'tin box in the left-hand cor mosquito therJ
tyrannical course. duced to go out on a ,
.
means. to, a simple life. preposterous.. It deserves and doubt of the triumphant nominationand ner ofthe safe of a certain down-town : would be need of Dr Mllierl.
soon no
.
I -_ _ will receive 'no attention." of the equally triumphant electionof business man she would find papers ,
'fiave'
They a man in Jacksonville spraying machlne.-Times.Unl.on. j;
t
,: The.populists are loudly, claiming Editor Codrington has again walkedoff William J. Bryan in' 1908. which would clear up all her business -
named W. Ji: Bryan, who is developing -
; Rooseevlt Bryan, LaFollette, Lawson on' his ear and we think he is due And he 'will be less than the man troubles. Bright 'and early the next

;; .- Folk and Hearst. Well, they're welcome Mr. Taggart, the chairman of the national we take' him to' be, and less worthy morning Mrs. Sheehan sent her little into a dangerous political char-

: to the outfit..Appeal to Reason. democratic executive committee than we believe him to be of the great daughter' the office named, and the doings acter-dangerous may incidentally,in that result his present in. his SUFFERED AGONIES I[ :
Our socialist friends to have
seem .an apology, and we hope he will things that are In' store for him; if he1 papers were found just as the spirit smashing several valuable and valued

soured on all the earth. > have the manliness to make iU does not recognize both now and then had revealed, so declares Mrs. Sheehan -
.
_ political slates. As solicitor of the '
-- The great need of the democratic the incomparable debt which he owes ; she! says she had no earthly
i The St. kudo Tribune has just celebrated criminal court of record of Duval fOR FOURYRS f

-' its first bithday. It enjoys the party is to. get together.. 'Let's... do it. in this great emergency of his political means of knowing where the papers county he has begun a vigorous prosecution :
life to the the were.
distinction of being one of the hand- courage, forecasting of the ice and meat trusts
Tut! Tut! genius and the executive -
: .Bomest printed papers' in Florida. Besides magnificent Another Gubernatorial Richmond in that are operating in Ja Jacksonville Proud Wi] ;
But
work of William Randolph Hearst.- Whole Foot Nothing
being handsomely printed it is : A prominent druggist of Jasper, the Field. and if he succeeds in 'convicting and

: also well and carefully edited. I Fla., complains .in the Banner of Jjb- Atlanta Georgian. punishing the members of the trusts, '-Tried Different Physicians ana

.. -- erity that in the appointment of the Already candidates for the governorship '- as everybody hopes that he will, he All Kinds of Q5ntments-Coj

Senator Hoar of Massachusetts, postmaster at White Springs the republicans Get Together on Labor. of Florida are beginning' to will become the Folk or Jerome of Walk Only With Crutches-*(; ,

who was in public life from the time were entirely ignojred.-Es- prepare' for the race to succeed Na- Florida, with a political prestige and Man '
The Record ha Says : }
during the week
: .received -
of reaching his majority to old age, tero Eagle. poleon B. Broward as governor of power dangerous to the ambition of .. f
positive to the effect
testimony
'
died leaving an estate valued! at-less Don't the Eagle know that in the Florida. several ;of our. leading politicians.
that there Is need of the "CUTICURA REMEDIES ,
operators
: than $20,000. Senator Colquitt, of appointment of postmasters at Ocala, Among the latest to ,announce is Rah, for Bryan-both of 'em!-Punta '

Georgia, left an estate valued at less Tampa, Tallahassee Jacksonville. getting together on the labor ques Judge Horace C. Gordon who last Gorda Herald. THE BEST ON EARTH'"In
tion. It is evident that of those
than J10.000., including a $5,000 life in- Gainesville, Orlando, and in nearly some 'night confided, his ambition. to a ;
who for alborers
surance'- policy. So it can not truthfully every town hi Florida that the democrats are advertising are member of the Tribune staff. Judge The people of Florida want to know the year 1899 the side of JJ1->
\ novices at the business. This is .
i be said that there is no such are ignored. And it is so in the apparent Gordon is as eminent jurist, a fine where Governor Jennings got a for- right foot was cut off from the littJI., ;

': :.: thing as'h9nesty in our public servants. appointment of all federal officials. from the following circular lawyer, pleasing speaker and affable tune during his four years as governor toe down to the heel, and the phySC of me.&!<.
sent out by a firm in the interior of ', who had charge
:: The Eagle says further: the state: gentleman. of Florida. Tell us, governor, was trying to sew vf. ;,

"He further states that republicans 'Should he run there is no doubt how you managed, on a salary of the side of ml foot I:

Florida's possibilities continue to are disfranchised in Florida.* The gentleman WANTED! but that the Tampa man would make $3,500 a year, to purchase (in the but with no 8 1
'
Hands. founded
grow. We now hear on all sides that is quite right in his statement. Turpentine life interesting for. his cOmpetitors; name of another person) about $30- When be

',. .' '. eo_ and so made a fortune on tomatoes, We believe there are other counties We pay $1,00 for chipping and 80 Judge Gordon, however should he 000 worth of stock in the Consolidated '\q 1 &I I that he began woulda't/o/try1pl'Io' 1.:

:: another on celery, still another on than Lee whose inhabitants vould cents for dipping. We pay off every run. will not make a preliminary tour Naval Stores Company 'and a large I '' 'Y heal the wound with ;

'.. -. lettuce and so on to the end of a very welcome an independent movement time, a man chips out his crop or dips of Europe.-Tampa Tribune. block ,of, stock in the Florida Bank kal1kjndsofthntfl14'

long chapter. In which chapter figure which would six barrels of gum. Good houses to and Trust _4i' K/ri .% untilatbstmywblaiv. {
give them
: a chance to Company? Where did you up.
: J and wqvry 1
: conspicuously watermelons, cantaloupes participate in governmental affairs" live in. Religious service every Sunday His Friends All Over the State Wish get It, governor-Tavares Herald. foot above calf YJI

t '.: potatoes cabbage, onions, The man who votes mar he said to Easiest place to .borrow moneyin Him a Speedy Recovery. There are a great many men in _'S 4Y" nothing my but J.O'JI i iflesh.

: phosphate, turpentine, lumber, fish, participate in governmental affairs' the world.It Florida besides Governor Jenningswho 'v4 1 suiferid 1?; ;

: sponge, and a lot of other things. and the republicans vot-j in Floridaif is difficult to see what operators George W. Wilson, editor of the have grown rich in the past few told agonies-for four years! and L j
.:- have in view when different and all kinds uuor 1menta.
they the physicians
Florida is rapidly being developed. they comply with the' conditions put priceof Florida 'Times-Union., after seeking years and whose riches have been with NtcheJ. j
I could walk only
,
_; possibilities labor, to the figures named in that
Her are great indeed. prescribed in the statutes and this is health at Hot Springs,. Ark., returned legitimately acquired. If others, why It is sixteen months ago once I busing :
circular. It is evident that {
what they have to do( in all the there oughtto home two weeks ago in, a state of not Jennings Cuticura Soap and Oiatae Joy
:. The Gainesville Sun in an editorialtoo states.A be some action taken at once to limb and foot. The.&stW! .
physical collapse, and for: a ,numberof o&
long to copy but too good to escape prevent a further increase in prices ,months the Cuticura Remedies! dir i :;-
L days after his return, ,critically An American department store is thelI
was to
; ; wide attention protests that the paid for working the turpentine seem to work,but I kept on uaiaS ,-,:
Compliment for Editor Stovall. ill. Mr., Wilson wUt'need ,the .air of be opened in London, with advertisingon both. la two weeks afterwards J ( J,
state
T committee farms. The ,
'," exceeded its authority prices,of labor are already '
a bracing climateto help restore-him the American plan. H. G. Selfridge. change in my limb. Thanibe'
in adopting a resolution assuming Editor Stovall,' of the Tampa Tribune as high as the operator can afford to Cuticura Soap and Ointment often d :
to health and wia leave late with Marshall '
as soon as Field &
-t Ve,"-. to commit the Florida democracy is, enjoying a well-earned vacation pay.-Industrial Record.A Cd. Chi fag the day and kept it up fot5e :
to the:candidacy of Mr. Bryan amangst the mountains of North he*18 strong enough to travel. :His cago. ,and for: a time owner of the months, when my: limb was he ;

r trouble has been, complete nervous Schlesinger :& the if I had t '
it Mayer store is one of just same as never J-
not that misrepresented the sentiment Carolina. He has his lovely and ac Preacher's Letter 'to His Wife., : sinct. :,
prostration.-Sunday's Times-Union., the proprietors and the "It is 'eight 'months noW
firm recently
prevailing throughout the state complished wife with him and' with Cuticura ReU1eJ'J
stopped using
,
but that it had no.shadow of right to this blessing and the grand scenery "Kiss Anna and Pike and Nell and ,Capitalized at 15,000,003, is Se1!. beat..on tied'a earth. I ant 1

: formulate any party policy, as that i around"him, he ought to be and doubtless every cat and .dog in the neighborhood ,Another' GuMrnatoriil Possibility.The ridge & Waring. The establishmentwill ,at the present day after j jof ive T".

::. :duty can,only be performed by a con- is supremely nappy. Devoted as so as to keep'In practice. Hug be in Oxford street. Ointment: suffering.and. The cost of'only\JUW" t t -
first Soap was
,yeaUon.T-St Augustine Record A he is to the interests of south Florida : thing you know some one '
\ .
every roach and dff .
mosquito and flea you.see The governorship'of Florida but the doctors' bills were
or. :member:of the.committee: .told ,us that for which his 'Tribune never, ceasesto so you will not forget how to hug will be suggesting T,. J. LaudBrownof ing 'square-faced' into the 'leo gaz $600. You tan publish my 82*.' i '

.,som of ,the members.: ted to adopt labor his legions of friends in this your old reliable larger, balk Sit down Tampajfor. governor.-Lake City of Solicitor De mug refer any one to write to DCuticura' awj""
J.Bryan of Jacksonville. "
ans-et f
committing Index; Remedies. I will
the '
a platform party of.this' region rejoice in pleasure
every relaxation on every pin and tack you can find All (that JO1I
so young man' has to do to be letters if postage is enclosed.
state to,policies:two fears In'ad.. and happiness, that fall ,
may. you will hot forget to sit on your Mr. Bryan Is .unwilling to sit on a "ir is' to' breik up the Jacksonville Lloyd, 718 a Area Ave., Jj33O4k.
: :j m e..i.nd ,that, it took .strenuous, ef to his.1ol. No man on the state press hub's knee when he j 'for"'two June 27, 1905." j-
returnL"l.tract stool years, and look pretty, ice combine aid put the .eO sptratofs fIIIlfJ -
till
forts'to'prevent it, : Is'tOO, than C- ztssL... t.I T!
0VP works harder '
muchEDuval Editor i
Stovall.
.I : and from a Preacher's Letter In but .four years ire not too many for to breaking phosphate rock for the flui .frs- Pt ...,., m1 Dt1" :.
: q .county method ot doing things he is ..CuUezs 2k,O1 *IIRI&,'"
certainly entitled to Cu.im1ag loa
.
a happy New York" World, whose wife is 1 of ....... rw. j
suing Mr. Fairbanks to look .as pretty as he state Florida. Remember Folk.- ILR It s Ch.e.it*Catr ...,::;
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i-i .
In'the. ; { yacation.-PuntaQorda. Herald. t!. .w. .Un& C Amr\tIli1l.
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divorce. i .. ...-.ij
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THE TURPENTINE MARKET; below are now within 20 cents of the t ,


;Kr.'I HE( SPIRIT Of F'TNE'61SPE1( ; :.- : Outlook Seems Tinged with Doubt white season's is now lowest; ,'-: .:

Who la Innocent If you have lands you wish to sell, lease,or ,rent .
and Producers' Uneasy-Rosins same price as this time last year, but "

:'t _: .,. Enough to 'Caat. a or if you want to buy lands for.farming grazing :
Ii : :\ ',. : } ..:... .' : "'" Meet with Sharp Losses and all of the other grades are still bringing ,

11".1 Stone at His NeghBanner's the. producers considerably better -, turpentining or lumber purposes, : f ,

; .t.; ..". '1 xher. ,QCa- .'t ., ;j .- :.,, 'b. r'l.. Commons Still .1.Declining. values than. a. year ago.' Common- ros- Write to _

& ins cannot be regarded as in an un- ,,
'Sunday Sermon Spirits turpentine has been on .the satisfacaory state t as c long as. they- J "

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ytt. 4'.s..c: : t ? verge of dropping in value twice this command around $I for 280 pounds of BLOUNT RBALl ESTATE' 'CO: :

"f_ ,__ week and Is apparently still on the E, and other grades in proportion.
:;i it; h'ow. 'Moses in the law, come'!and"give them ,1 happiness in this OCALA FLORIDA.V .'-**<-
.. :hesitating take These are the grades, that producersare ,
brink whether to the \
world and joy forever in the worldto M-l
that such should be
: : us most Interested in now, and their
HoW"many plunge or not. But for the support
come? of
what sayeth thou? *- the gaw.blp.rs.profane : fluctuations will, be awaited with anx t
1 but I
j J JthatIsfwithout
given by a large domestic buyer, who ,
swearers,, Sabbath. breakers, '
t you On the whole while there FINANCIAL
: sin < iety. necessarily FACTS.
among adulterers and suchlike- have you has a number of times come in apparently :
will be fluctuations in their-values -
:;himncast3he "firsts. stone at her. ever approached :in the spirif of the for the purpose of .sustain '-*
,,. the trend of favors
general opinion -
dqj?condemn,..thee gQanda gospe1.pl; ,Jesus_ ,and, showed. 1JI\.to. ing values; the price would inevita- continued high values for com Accurately, Completely, and Conveniently Presented.*
have declined.
bly As it was, with oth- .
them, in love and'charity the better
: ." more.- t.. John, 8311. rosins and the feeling that the
mon ,
f' ?" er buyers only bidding 57 cents and
1-'k'this very plain land ;vivid picture way factors seemingly willing to accept really' highest values of the season New York Times Weekly Financial Quotation Mm.
Then will
you begin to say: "Why, i
,
?:'yeFhare, a 'clear_ exemplification of this price, the buyer in question took are yet to be seen. -
Lord I could
not in actual
, 'Ttlte;: S true; spirit of the gospel of Jesus. tact ,with such a class come of people,con-butT sufficient to keep up the price, at The receipts of rosins,at 'Savannahfor : EVERY MONDAY. .

: o\withstanding than eight the week 14,433 barrels and
Lrfet: more 571-4 cents. It remains to be seen were
stood the '
on street corners and ic
, i this
a, the from whether is to continue There is SALES.OF ...
pulpit day to day and Sa.bbath STOCKS NEY YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. I. ,
profess to be fol- of which 2.073 pales 2,259
:.ifi gndthose'who absence of were mediums
apparently an definite
to Sabbath and chunked stones any Complete details of sales of stockn umberof shares sold,first//high,low and
) joiners'of, the Divine Master-yea, in the and 9,292 H and .b low.
;. right and left at such sinners. I lambasted strength present situation and last price high andlow price
N .rx. during current year and range for prey
w e '.some, of .those who profess to nothing on which to base hopesof Saturday morning-spirits, firm at _
their in season an 4 out of season any vious year. Amount of each issue of
capital stock with
\ba'Dis; ;""aatbassadors. and, as they I near by improvement in the conditions 5T 1-4 cents;. receipts 3,936. sales outstanding par
True value.
they were U to hear
: i.j called! I to preach His gospel,, go- not ere .. The foreign demand has not 1,803, at following quotations: WW; '
me and perhaps never heard of whatI TIMELY QUOTATIONS ON INACTIVE STOCKS. "
S&. 1Ji j.Icng through the world with, a been good this that seems $4.75; WG $4.65; N, $i.GO; M, $4-50; '
said'of such people but I did very year; Stocks which have not been traded in
j: ack fnll of stones slung to their say to "be established so. far as the first K, $4.40;, I, $4.20; H, $4.15; G, $4; during the week are placedin
of them that eternal fire and everlasting a table by themselves with date which ,
upon they were last dealt te
::Ii4 ,'re"Jen, .while 'behind. the sacreddescastinS four months of the naval stores F, $4; E, $3.92 1-95; D, $3.371-2;
damnation sea- and of sale for the
price
'" awaited them; that range year and and capitaiizatloastistics.
stones; right and left son'are concerned.. The French and C-A. $3.35@55.-Savannah. ,Naval divided
, they were not fit to.be seen in decent: .'
: st the unforl.unate'sinners who, have Stores'Reviwe.
,: society and all ...men and women Spanish production are said to be BOND TRANSACTIONS ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. .d" I ,

I..:' f)lvictims' .Jo'-' the wile, of..thef.dewilTheir should avoid being seen talking with larger than in 'the past which helps COW GOT DRUriK.- Total sales, high, low closing and last bid*and asked prices fir both active *

consciences are even ,less in some degree to fill in the European
.
of bonds and inactive bonds well a
one them; that they were :cancers as as government and state bonds '
aensltivQthan.that; of, the Scribes and demand outside 'of those countries.The v
: in the social OUTSIDE SECURITIES. .
and religious world and Found an Open Barrel of Hard Cider .
])JWJs mentioned in the Incident should be. ostracise from English markets appear to de: Latest quotations with capital and .
society. and went on a "Jag"This divident rates of the greatest ..
i :rP H jr@,:the; text is, found. They con"s velop strength and even at the exIsting -
"But, says the Master, "did you New York banks, trust and surety companies gas companies, ferry

r _.jj sed the_their: other.ins until, by' the going unfortunate, out oner tell them that .I love them? that I values, 'which are doubtless. mountain village 'is scandal- companies, insurance companies street railways and shaves of many ..

; ,: after died for .them?, that the very angelsin lower than were expected by con- .ized today. A cow, a poor innocentcow industrial and mining concerns and of railroad and Industrial collateral
Wen alone. Not of themconOgmned
!, _j5tood. one. sumers there at the beginning of the trust with dates
heaven were anxiously awaiting went on 'a "jag" yesterday and notes .of maturity. Interest and approximate yield. .
; her.-Not one cast- a.stone.. their and season', there is no briskness to trade DECLARED DIVIDENDS. .
>. repentance ceptanceot
''''' ran wild through the streets, crushing
.for tiii frfason, that they could ,notPifeasure salvation entitled consumers apparently' feeling justified Standing and continuous record of dividends s
? that they wart to helpless chickens and' dogs, flaunt declared' daring each

.' Blaster.up to. the But standard laid latter-day. down' everlastng life through Me? Did you in going 'along quietly and await- ing her tail at W. C. T. U. headquarters week, with date of opening and closing of books, date of payment;

tbi'tbe'.r our urge them to forsake- their sins and ing further developments. It accord and mooing defiantly at the local amount and date upon which stock must be held in orderto
l wtats are, holier than. they, and by falls and ; V
:i. come..unto. Me and find rest for their ingly more more upon the secure the dividend. : 4'f.. I -

.|-f':their,indiscriminate casting of stones' souls?*', American consumptive demand to constabulary.Hard OUT OF TOWN STOCK EXCHANGED ,'''' }:J,* "'* .-< *
it all. The
cider caused
7at.th fallen say, by their: acts, "we ; sustain the 'market mat is' has done cow : .'
; Reorts of transactions of
s. "( "No. Lord; I did not do that; it was leading the simple life in a pas- stock exchanges of Philadelphia, Baltimore,

,':f i- are';P *:.without. sin and" therefore we would not have done, at a*, for me to so up to this time shows what a real ture near the home of John, ,:Miner. In. Chicago, Boston :and other cities. ,- ...; J *i a

.rvcMcast stones. We ask of them, was power the domestic consumption 'is. RAILROAD EARNINGS. 1' ; .' *.
have been seen talking with one of the morning Miner placed a barrel of ,
.ihe blaster: without sin? Did He casti But the burden becomes heavier as returns of
Monthly the
those people. They.are -ostracised orchard in ttie fall great railroads and industrial companies
the
beverage 'pasture
;'t i a. jltOQ eat, .her? Not He realized the the season progresses toward its carefully tabulated. --;, .-' \
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from the society of. respectable people and left it open, so that the sun would
1. tact that she had'an, Immortal soul a* height and there'is' no doubt that BANK CLEARINGs-NEW YORK AND OUT OF TOWN. .>*
: and it would have injured my aid in the hardening process. This :

jrf,preciQt! ti.in' ,the .sight .of the Eternal standing ,in the community,. I abused there is real cause of anxiety in the lifting of the lid was the cow's undo, Table of clearings of ,New! York City banks. New 'York bank"'state-*
'::f.atr'ler.lIiI. the soul of any other oneb'his recent The failure of banks
developments. ment clearings of of
; principal cities of
the
couhtry'for
them all I could, in the pulpit and ing. She sniffed at the cider and de- % ": the'pr&seeding -
:: creatures.. The Master knew' the market to' improve, its constant week statement banks
out of it, sometimes 'going to a point tected the aroma of apples. ; of;England, France Germany: tablet

::'' 'that He had come to offer salvationjfo very near indecency, In the pulpit tendency to go off, altnough checked Then she took a long drink. TIiereisn' giving daily quotations:for call and time money, through the week, and "

,eyVryl. creature: and that the ,end in the manner mentioned above, showsa rates sterling exchange. -
but it did not seem to do good.
any much use in telling the rest. It'sthe
*.- ',act. His., work on earth. and the tri- lack ot'faith' in the immendiate CHRONOLOGY OF THE WEEK. '> <' *
They went on as they did before. old with wellas
same story cows as
t:gnph.of'his" gospel ,was. to seek' and "Well." will say the Master, "I future which is not, reassuring It is men. One drink wasn't enough. Records of'events in, thefinancial markets of special interest ,to those'

: Slave that which was lost "The am not surprised that they did., My certainly to be hoped that prices will She drained the barrel as. far as she who owing to the nature of their business, must follow the course:of

'iihole need snot' a physician, but theyth&t not further decline. these markets. V >
.. ; The producers are z -
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gospel is oue of love, charity and for- could reach, and then she tipped it
\ isick.. The angels of God re- not regarded as having anything approaching Sample Copy on Request -
giveness-full of mercy'and tender
over. After this she imitated the example -
jit over, one ,sinner that repeateth compassion unto all mankind.The a bonanza at the values Annual Subscription $1.00; With Serviceable Binder, $Z00 'i ,
of one of her ancestors, by .trying -
1 tmnethattovet'ninety? and nine. just which have prevailed during the past .; ," ]
; :: mission I sent you on was to open the to jump over the moon, but she 'r.
'persons who need no repentance.. If two months and further drops in the THE NEW YORK TIMES \
eyes of the! blind; To unstop the ears only landed'out in the roadway.
.' 'haveone; :. sheep that, has gone prices of turpentine would bea seri .,. : t ,
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of:she deaf. To minister unto the sick. What happened 'after this is morlike' .
"'{ fistray.leave.the- ninety and nine and pus matter to many of them. The "All the.News That's Fit ,
To heal the broken-hearted. lift a page in the comic supplementthan to Print. .
:pi out and seek diligently until the" course of events though has justified .
,
the fallen. To glad tidings
up proclaim actual historical event in
an
tone Is:found, and then take it in the warning sounded by the Review Times Square. New YorkCi.Y ,
of great joy to alost humanity.: Ye Normanville. The cow took a short
?y 'ff.. arms. and bring It. intothe >fold,. some weeks back. when it advised a < "-
"' did it not. cut to the'heart of the town and be-
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end. 'rejol e over: it more than overt very conservative,and economical pol- ...
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x Behold the harvest is.great but the gan butting into everything. This lit-
+ '. .which went not i astray. Light icy 'on the part of the producers this ,
laborers are few! Iiftup your eyes, ertlly, because she was "mooly" cow. .
'thecandle and: sweep until the lost year, as the future was far from beingas ; "
ambassadors of Christ! Buckle onvour'armor destroyed
ye When she had overturned wagons, -
:; piece, :of'silver Is found, and then call roseate as many had believed it
theSltritGod's
and with the'Swordof: fences and smashed'windows
I'fNlr.neighbors? with your to rejoice would be. The producer who has. got .j
: unmeasured Love and 'and fell
**"' .a she finally'rolled into a ditch
;over that: which' was lost and is found his farming'operation down, to a hard
.'{ ">"'--i' .. ,. and Mercy-and go out into the higin asleep.A '

.,. jagiThere ways !and the hedges arid hid them pan basis has pursued the course of posse was soon organized and her ; yfrPV
; is no'casting of'stones the wisdom and is prepared to meet any ,
: come>in to-the kmgdora'of Our Lord cowship bound and muzzled. ,It was
-V gospel"of Jesus' 'its all lore and! thing the future may bring; If ,the
Leave your sack of rooks' behind you thought she had rabies. All were as-
j mereyraE.cl lender compassion for' the price of turps goes a cent or two i
: fa forever and do' your 'work after the tounded when Dr. James Garrett pronounced
fortunate who have Leeu'ovet'Ctme lower he has himself for
prepared V
.
....'; ; manner of the Master. her drunk.
bllhe temptations of the devil the decline. There is assuredas .
,\ and nothing k < yrtiry
''come to the class ,
'" '\I" To directly "Wai ef she' were drunk said { /
; ;--the.\carnai desires and sinful appe'rV to the future of the article and
: brought so pointedly before us in the Amzai Hooker the deadliest foe to
jutes..or'this world. while it is to be hoped that a stronger
text: ,Do they not deserve at least one trusts in these parts, "it wasn't, no or-
Sg. Go and preach gospel'Don't go foreign demand will assist the American 0
other chance? The :Master thought so; dinary thing what drove her to it She
: Kit'like David went to meet Goliah in
consumptive requirements
,:. but with many of His professed followers -. jest about heard of these here packin'house .
.*V :ot, GatS, but go seek. and save-not bringing about better conditions, the
= rx : in this' boasted Christian civili- revelations and had to drown
: I seekto stone unto 'death-those w lip indications at this time can be frankly }
"" : zation. 'No! The stern dictum has been her sorrow."-Normanville (Pa.) Cor. /
.' J ost. Not only such' unfortunates said not to be very favorable. The
and is, cast her out into darkness_ and N. Y. Journal.
..': ,ac the 'OM called to our' attention in long line of past centuries since outlook certainly points to the great -.

.. the't'but all those of other'classes hasnp'v'r bulk of the crop selling conisderably Pointed Paragraphs.
Anuo Domini there seemingly
.
.. ;who. :have gone flown in their weak.ness" effort below the anticipations of the pro- -
to
: s. been any great : r.1l'Q'oct
,.... Under the temptations of thi> the injunction of the Nazarene. i,ducers. The reports of bad weather When 'a woman marries a man's r 1

: :Korld-aU :lasses and conditions of Century upon century that lone fig'ireof i and heavy rains with prospective troubles begin. i / d

-" fallen, / humanity There are many a'l, the Magdelene has been present smaller receipts for July, seem, to Six feet of earth or a bath tub WpliW1

}. arou t us."who have fallen into the men teaching and preachingits have had 'little effect on. the market, makes all men equaL
:among
.>;Vihands of robbers, and ,have beenKbeateniand direct and impressive le ;sou"* although of course it might be asserted Fear of being reformed keeps FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK

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bruistd the that but for them the price
and fallen by many a man in the bachelor's class. BETWEEN
.
:.!aystde: Don't' 'act the part of the i 'Forgiven So the master cried, would have been lower than it is. I Only the man who is blindly in love

?, 'L1te.. or the'- priest and turn your! : The world reverses His decree. 'The receipts of turps at Savannahfor .fails to see through a coat of complexion Jacksonville and New York.

"-',fate away. and pass by on the other All other sins for which He died week ending ,yesterday were paint.

i:sd,.;;f Don't::) cast a stone at them! Act | :May pardon find but she-\ 4.390 casks and the posted sales 4,625 Shoplifters should go into a _drug _Calling at Charleston, S. ,0., both ways.

::\h e J Parttof the Good Samaritan' and] Whose only crime is 'loving much,* casks. The net receipts for the monthat store and take something for what's THE 'Tf'EST: STEAKSSIPS, IV TBS COASIWISS: SE37ICS.

'Gaefulfll, the! law of Christ, From pitying grace for aye is driven, Savannah have been 10,134 casks the matter with them. "-

Jht what a,sorry plight multitudes And never more may come in touch! against 12,502 last year. tIn Some ,men are kept so busy criti THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN /HNES

: ,(--VtbeV: preachers and professed folof. With Home and Hope and Heaven! cising others that they have no timeto
.. rosins this has been decidedly FREIGHT.SERVICE BETWEEN
,)oi. .... Christ will find. themselves, The world has different men and accomplish anything themselves
't!'iii when an off week. The market has been Jacksonville, Boston and Providence,
they are called upon to give moods, When the average man makes a

Ib.',," account of the talents committed And nedless shifting of the scene-, weak throughout and the net result mistake he tries to justify himself by and all Eastern Points. '
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were losses, in comparison with the
;lavs'you, been doing to reclaim the broods, Sometimes it seems if the Jess a

tiI (.:!In the field'in which you were The lone despairing Magdalene!" previous Friday's close, of 45 cents on woman knows about anything the SEMI WEEKLY SAILINGS.Sntttoui. '1 '.

l Called .labor? How.many of the un- waterwhite 35 on windowglass. 10 onM,15onK,20onIH,15oaGFE more she, likes to talk about it. .........._......._.. ............._........................... ftsm Lwii' Wart, Bast* ?

l feate Magdalenes have you ,ever That has been the attitude of civilization 10 on D and below. The decided weak-, Its the ,easiest thing In the w rld'to Hsrtibwai .-.--.-...-........................b= foot of S&ttoriai. Stnei, 3&wounn., .
f!fit ,out and, pleaded with to for- toward the sinner during! the convince yourself that you are Just a ,

;-, ", their sinful ways and repent bygone years, but let us hope that ness showed itself on Wednesday.Thursday's little better than your neighbor.Its Clyde St. Johns River Line. :
early quotations showingthe
-?! ccept.the salvation I died to se- the daydawn is, appearing and that .all right to dream of ,the great

7'i., .- fM them? How many of the poor Judah and '''Benjamin with locked effect: in decided losses covering things you are going to do, but don't 'Between Jacksonville and Sanford
almost the whole line. The declineson
.{;.lafortunates... of the drink fiend haveyouever shields will press the battle to the forget to wake up in time to begin
&i P&atkA Alter Bareifwi
pales were doubtless the most unexpected Stsjjlaj | ( C tW! ) tai laUrmiiiU.
>' approached and urged to gates for redemption of lost and fallen work.It .
: t..ft
">! as the receipts of those 3ngi! si St : has !list.Steamer .
;> \'the' better' way and imploredto humanity after the manner of the may be" better for a foolish man
.
: grades naturally amount to little after
:.0.: > come tG'Me and that I wouldi Master, and not by casting stones! to acquire dollars by marrying an City of Jacksonville -

I :able :to give them grace 'and Let him that is without sin cast the July,"the. crop haying, been made _and heiress than to remain without, cents .. plated i to SaIl. .. ,fci!ave J lied.. yw. s.i d.rv 17s t>at
Suadiys
,' marketed before the close of
largely + cWJy ezzc. t a1. .. .,
to overcome their appetites, first stone,' and none will be. thrown. all his days.
'
--.. 'the month,,and it.wu thought.by fac- r
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advantage possessedby
There is one
-' tors that there should be ,some stiffening s- .
the man at the bottom over the = ,SCHEDULE .B;
!i ,('Christ's Love of Nature. and fields. Not that he shunned the as regards>lese finest qualities,
have
man at the top: he. doesn't so
'.. or was blind to the wisdom of the although improvement in their -
city any far to fall.--Chicago :News. taft } y Po.i -------............-. JKkM..me ____...._ Arrive a
:i.$riNewell! Dwight HUlls speaking streets._ Yet the genius of his life ;was values would mean little financiallyto 4SP. 11I. _.."......,... __ Fatatk..r..W... .__.._. Leave a.p. r
"5 3 oo a. a. __ -_ .....-.; Astor _.. ...,.. "
... Chriat'aV love of nature :- far from the hot town. with} its glare th producers -now., Pale grades Word for' It ..... lie _" ---V .. S 3G P ss
.. says'ird'a Take the Postmaster's. PnuacIa_ ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,_ t vo p.a.
and fevered strife. The winds that haTe11 '-beld UP-this year .factors -- Arrive. I 3<> L IlL Sanl.rdV?,_,,.,.,,;,,_ Ja a.
-.. 1 enthusiasm for .nature, was i.00.- _$aterprise- I. ..... r
blow through his pages carry the and producers believed they would Mr. M. F. Hamilton postmaster at

,- '-'1--:' donlT.. to,.his enthusiasm for odors-of the apple blossoms the vine when the season began, and their Cherryvale Ind. keeps also a stockof General Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay SU Ja ksonYiU.. V

.""- 7:. He ;lived n outdoor life- sad yard and the sedgy'brook.-Full oft He course has been quite 'a disappoint general merchandise' and patent

''. lithe. ':'warm1 fields. His was the stayed by the sea with the fishermen: ment.At present:values pales are getting medicines. He says; "Chamberlain's Y. IJlOXMOXGBft. Jft. &.s.I't Geal Paaa. Agent m Wart Bay St, Ttcluoaville.Pis. ,,
? W.Go CooPER. J&.. Pmzlat 'c P.lOvJU.J..
? vision,' that exalts_ the common; mending their linear soon his 'speech down again, toward their lowest Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoeae:Remedyis Foot at Hogu Street,Jacksonville, Fl*. SuperiAUlI4eD1" S:
a standard here in its line. It 4.C, HAOBZTT,Ge.1 But'n PaIL Agt.,New York. O.Y0S JOUm Ceal FrX .
T.
....v.. cJ fends-'tropical, forest in was scented: with summer. Nature leveLofthiayearK\and.above. : : .,, being .AIIf.
-i -** jr > -? never fails to give staisfaction and THEO G. EGER Vice President and General 1 Manager.
Yf foot./of.turf. Per the most part became a bower of beauty, an elysium within. 25 cents of the lowest ,price we could hardly afford to Pbe. 'Without
General Office4 Pier 36, North River. Branch 290 New _
Broadway York
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