The Ocala banner
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00388
 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00388
 Related Items
Related Items: Ocala morning banner
Preceded by: Ocala banner-lacon

Full Text

_". ,' '';- ;J .f : '-:<,\- ; ( :;,;:;!;:" 'rr: ', >:';5 ;:: ', i ;::: ,,-,- !\: ;:; : ', >:" 'J >:7 ::,.'t :. ;., ',. ; rr:: ;::::<. ; :;.:,. '- : ;.:..'\';'t ; > i ,1r <; "- ;.: ; =I r:" : :
W->\' ? j;" t "
,..: .- 1 -r J' Qji ;rt 1\ M "" 4 } ftF + .. ;; 1. ., ; "
f ; ; Jt.} "'-NiW _. ''
; !
'_--;' .' \ ; _" _,, Y'-,,"' __' : ; :t.' <<> '.=' ", 1! :t< -,.,.',,''-.t.'T..I O. ;::.
." '" ;" ,... -" II 0 ;t $: > =0.
!? } .. 'f/'I f ; ..
;t ,.. '.. "'" "" .
d' ,:;. .. : 14 \
""" 1
.. .
',,,. N' ,J, : S
'" ':'I

<: ..- ::;:': .. }/: : ,. -> ;, .. \:I" ; : >' ::; ;; : ',' -, ,

\ ; : '
;: : '- :

_ l'E' -- O JRATNIER.;

:, -,'..-'.,..'' 'AL4; :

!.-- f: t: > .
: ., ... I
': tf3' '. tt =
-- : __



,j ,

_ '. WHAT ARE "THE WILD I Hon. W Kf Zewadski. I "- ;',,'.: :,,,.Trw---------- .:'. :. -- ----.... ... --:, ____IwII VV V
WAVES SAYING?" Mr. Zewadski's removal from Ocala V V _

KODAKS cannot be regardea in any other light PLANNING AHEAD.
The "Ocala Colony" at Seabreeze than as a great loss. I

. : k .'- : Enjoying Life Fishing, Bathing- V He came to Ocala when quite a &
: : : ,:- V
V V : V > Gathering Shells on the youn man and took, a position with '
: : c, V : : 'V 'c I I., Seashore.V the mercantile establishment of C.
__ ;
_ ; : :
; When laying plans for the coming busy
___:J'V.V : .. : Rheinauer & Brother. and while giving your _
_ -
9 : -AND- : V. .; "' V Seabreeze, July.30.. assiduous attention to the business -

_ V Special Correspondence: oi his employer he burned the season, remember that we are here for tee good -

; PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS Seabreeze a lovely little resort a midnight lamp In the study of law f' I V ___
of others well ourselves. _
: few miles from Daytona has for sev- and by dint of perseverance and as as _

-- eral been quite a popular place fitted himself V
,, V years strong application soon
;: "
':1' AT THE with Ocala people and this season to stand an, examination, and was MLJNROE & CHAMBLISS

_ ; 'there is a largest number than usualat admitted to the bar. He had no pres- _

this place., tige nor influential friends, and liter- .

;ST OFFICE DRUG STORE The beach is very delightful, the ally started at ,the bottom, but it was BANKERS. _

bathing' is superb and the fishing unusually not long before ,he began to climb Ocala, Fla, _

,'", fine Some big catches nave the legal- ladder and his contemporaries V
","'" I- -- ... '----- _..: i
-- '- -- -
< 1 been made on Potter's pier in frontof soon witnessed his ascent to almost --- _
'f.\ V _
-.'* i'Y... \ the Clarendon hotel. So far Louis the topmost round. His success -
::: V Chazal, Jr., of Ocala, holds the record was phenomenalAs The New Court House CornerStone

f, ,. t.,.; V'V. .' : :V although all the fishermen and ,he became successful, at the. barh Will Be Laid 'With 'Imposing Masonic I 1-1

-"".!!.fJ'!<:_ V V fishermaidens have been quite suc also became popular 'withthe people Ceremonies. .

VV:: e cessful. Many of the children have and was three times t elected to the Martel, Fla., July 5J1,. 1906. RlN Q.C)
:?:i:: .' .':} .,f: ,-, ':, ":r .',, 'V ( V V V made some splendid hauls. elgislature and to show how well his To the Editor Ocala Banner:

:,"'; 'V"'JCHjsY> Carefully' Filled : The Clarendon hotel is not open ability was recognized he was made The following letter: will explain

-_ : : VV V VVVVV I this, season, but its ann x.the "Breakers charman of the judiciary and several itself, and 'may be of interest to the

: : : V I which is run bv. Mr._ Bert. J. Holt.I other important committees of that public, which you will please publishas

_': ABOUT TOWH. A Delightful Party. is an exceedingly pleasant place to body. It is believed by his friends ; a matter of general information; We Have Now: in Stock

Last Thursday afternoon from 4 to stop. At this hotel at the present are that if his health had not breed. him "Jacksonville, Fla., July 25, 1906. the Most Complete Line of V

"" ,_, ,\0... 6T Mrs": William Hocker most pleas- the following Ocala people: Mrs. J. to leave this state he would have "Hon H. W Long Past Gra Master' _
Jii.);Tex".s, Martin is, back from antly entertained, about fifteen" ladies R. !Martin and two children, W. M. been called to higner honors. In the Martel, Fla; RINGS that Can Be Found

",,f".aII" : _'..,Web'._ ", at her lovely Ocklawaha' home. The and Sara Pearl, Mr. Thomas H. Harris last election he was elected a memo "Dear Friend and M. W. Brother- V .. V

,i '<1J"\ _' ...., honor guests on this occasion were and Miss Sara Harris, Mr Louis ber of the state executive committee, Your very kind invitation to be with A1yw1lere.VCi1andSeeThem

J. -.PATF, Schr'iebrreturned. Mrs E, H. Mote, of Jacksonville, Fla. J. Brumby has Deen at the Breakers which office he held at the'time of his you and my brothers of Marion coun .
: :trip"! to Seabreeze.- a sister of the hostess, and Mrs. 0.: fo the past .three weeks, but has Departure for ,Illinois. ty on the occasion of laying the corner -

\: r J, ,Wiley of Troy, Ala., a sister of now gone to Jacksonville. Mr.. Zewadsid: is of, Polish descent stone of your court house is just

<<.>,, Mf.John.<':, '- Moore. was doing stunts Mrs R. A. Burford, two of Ocala's At the Seaside inn. about one mile and comes from a lineage .of men and received. It is perhaps needless to say
y "with his jug brigade. from the Breakers, are Mrs. T. H. illustrious in Polish history.His .
: women
'' ._ roost, charming visitors. The rains descended that it affords me great pleasure to
>- ; but whose good Wallis and children, Gladys, Theo father was a political refugee. to invitation and providence
V ;-J, E.' ;W- 'Davis 'returned, from everyone accept your, ,
'': ''W.. ir:)'esterd y., His family will fortune it was to be invited was present Thomas Mr. Will Taylor, Mr. James !I this country and his soon inherited his permitting, I will be with. you on this

!./t' V -'some- ,time there.ijpostal'i'card ,- except Mrs. E.. L. Carney who Taylor:, and Mrs. W. S Pike Prof. .strong convictions. V occasion. If you will notify me at the ?

;!;.-.- :> V was kept at home on account of illness Pike spent last week at the Seaside In 1882 }Jr. Zewadski married Miss earliest moment after you have fixed I

: "; ;c. : from, Key .West InUSth&tV in her family. The affair was with his wife, but returned to Ocala Amanda Barco, a sweet and estimable -I the day for the ceremony it will give -

,:"',, Mr. Will. Cor. ,is headed delightfully informal. The, ladies Saturday.In woman, and member of one of time for me to notify my brother
h;" :oca"];Lr; His' friends here will be brought fancy work and wblle skillful the cottages near the Breakersare the most prominent families of this grand officers. Assuring you of my

;,.to1. see',h" mE fingers wrought exquisite designs Mrs. L. R. Chazal and five chil county. He has four exceptionally hearty, cooperation, I' am, with kind Fred G. B. Weihe .
; dren. Mr. Chaaal came over on Friday bright sons, whose career is looked 'test :
,'\ V on linen. or silk, bright and witty con. regards and esteem
>CipVW/H:* Carlton, who is.operatlpull versation: made the hours pass too night to spend. several days with forward to -with keen interest by the "Fraternally yours, The) Jeweler .

: ; boat on the Ocklawaha qu Jjy. Delicious refreshments were his family. people 01%this city. "and it is felt that "CHAS. W. JOHNSON

V .will:'soon move his family from servfed during tbe afternoon. Mrs. : Mrs. F. T. Schrieber ana childrenare their departure is a distinct loss to V "Grand Master." L. .J' V

B aville to Ocala in one of the cottages and in another our community. .
Hocker is an ideal hostess and all The;, board of county commissionerswill

",1" ;' : her guests very greatly enjoyed the are Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Marean Mr, Zewadski, was a member of the by formal resolution at their regular -
...., 'B.'J.Potter; ': and her daughters,, afternoon spent with her. and son, Mr. Fred Marean and\daughter Methodist church, the Knights of meeting next.month, fix the day,

_, ,Mallory- Liddon" and Miss> VaIeta Among those present were Mesdames Mrs. Russell J. Owens of Pen- Pythias and the Fraternal Union of and extend invitations to the Masonic T Needham
-F. '/Jbaye:gone,t .Asheville, N. C., E. H. Mote O. J. WJley, Clarence sacola, while in still another cottageare America, and his presence 'will be lodges of Marion county, and of ad- ,

_.:<'., ": d, ,the .remainder of the sum- Camp, G. M Hubbard, IL A. Mr? and Mrs. J. M. Williamson.Mr. missed in all these organizations. He joining counties to be present and

V S Bur rd- E. 'V. Hood Jean Austin, J. "Williamson has made quite a1 reputation is" genial, affable and-. ambitious I, andhV \ participate, and arrange for such
V ',J.t as a fisherman, but for the friends hope that he,will take the
G. T. i detaUs be
; C. R as
.' '<1--0; C, B. Koonce Tydings, may necessary TIe Plumber
: _:>:(WH.RusseU:' and family- werepPcaia Maughs and Mamie Stovall. I past few weeks be has been suffering same position in his new home that The Mayor of Ocala will be expected )

p Monday. Dr... Russell. has with a bone-felon on his finger he occupied here and will receive a to make an address of wel-

-V Delected principal of the high Miss Eloise Izlar will leave Tuesday and has been unable to fish but very warm and,generous welcome from the come in behalf of Ocala, and .the (fed' Gas fitter : .

V' _. '" jM" ; Starke and will. soon take"residence for partanburg S C., to visit, rel little. people among whom he will make his chairman, of the board Of county commissioners ,

.,. tii" $ .. -in- that city., atives. She goes especially to be pres- Louis Chazal is on the sick list new home. in behalf of tbe county. A

.i-<>-"''" .. ent at the wedding of her cousin,Miss having had fever for several days, but list of the names of Bounty officers

: ',Ptof J.rM;, :Stre tor, formerly prin May Sanders, on the sixteenth August is very much improved today. The local military company held city council, the board of trade, all HAS OPENED UP HIS NEW, '

V e f f .ihe'Ocala,hlgh school'Is. now !i and will be one of the bridesmaids Saturday night at the Seaside Inn .'I their regular meeting Tuesday even, secret societies of the county, theLadies' .

;:. $ t::' ..Center' Point, Texas, andiItdaughter at this wedding. Afterwards, pavillion there was a Very pleasant ing.; Lieutenant John M,- Graham, of Improvement'" Society' .'. of SHOPONTHECORNEROr V V

,: idiss 'Ethei,. now Mrs. with several cousins, Miss Izlar wiu dance, but owing to bad, weather it Ocala came down Tuesday afternoonand Ocala, Ocala camp Daughters of the I .

: L. Ke '& m r: 'w1th.her husband, go to the. mountains of North ,Carolina was only slimly attended. -took the boys out for a drill that Confederacy, and. if found, practicable, SPENCER BLOCK WITH A

:. f8s1 nirt to.'Ui PhIllppinesj : ", for several: weeks. Mrs. Clfford Tonight Mr. Holt of the Breakers evening. The boys, .are working... hard; the names of the.members. of such
' ti gives a big ball at the Clarendon pa- they expect to drill several times a FULL LINE OF SANITARYAND
: San-
; : r.V -- \ Anderson will also attend societies; the Ocala Rifles, together
rJphnIL.!' Floyd, the most popuon ders' wedding. villiam The music will be furnishedby week until the encampment takes with 'a list of' the names of Marion's

V !lf iEeroad, was -- an orchestra from DeLand. It is place, Wand it goes without saying that representatives in V the legislatu/e, "MODERN 'PLUMBING,
that this affair will be largely they will make a most creditable
dS i
_' hIs.Qdaafriends,4 Mrs. E, B. Richardson, of Homo- practicing'attorneys physicians and GOODS.WHENINNEEDOFFIRST
:. Y:. -. .wll .go ,downtb Dun- sassa, ,is visiting in Ocala, the guestof attended and will be quite a brilliant showing when they ge.t to Tampa.: dentists should be furnished, and a -41

:VV& odl1.., He; has been awarded Mrs. Fannie It. Gary. She is looking social event. Dunnellon Advocate., copy of tne several pewspapers published CLASS SANITARY V -4

,i"Utfle-whlte, cap"l'for his 'successitterinsurance { exceptionally well. For several: Mr. J* R. Martin, who spent a cou in the county, in which shouldbe '

field. **51.. she has' been making her, home pie of weeks at the Breakers with Miss Esther 'Weathers .will leave published the business enterprises PLUMBING CALL ON HIM.
,__ V ," |years
VV VVV : 0 his family, left last week for Alabama this week: for Knoxville Term., fora j
in Boston. Mass., and will leave in of Ocala other towns, and of the ,_ _ I V
fliesecond idents-wiil .._ .. ., .
ward do.V neices. He .
> ; a few days again for that'city, where with' i.is grandmother: and short visit. She will join her cousin county at large. The for g lng, and 1 i- "" -

et. the 'weeds {: their lolldVJ she will spend the remainder of the will go on a: business visit to Nash Miss Hattie Dye there and together anything else that 'any citizen of the .. V.w: ,

"ri":. : r. the board. of health carts summer with her son,Mr. E. B. RIch- ville before returning to ,Ocala He they will go, ,to Glendale,. Ohio, to county may wish to 'deposit, should -
: veek. This week the board of will then return here and. accompany visit Misses Mabel and Edith Taylor
ardson. Jr. Mrs. Richardson will be be prepared to be deposited in the
Jh5j1U. move-them off for them; home. Later they will goo will al weeksin Harping On
d .. .. his family and later on spend :seve place before the corner stoneis
in ,Ocala,.for. seyeral ys..r''F. : <' ' _k heY1>'WllL'ha.ve'Jl.to'j.do"-It5tSeIveg --. Georgia. V Chicago, the guests tof Mrs. Berry sealed. The details for which, and Two V-

,. and on failure to do so ,: do. a thing yesterday.: but V This week the "Ocala colony" at Hiss: They will be absent until Oc such other matters as may be deemed String -4
.wQJbQ'e It A14n't:
to pay heavy penalties. Seabreeze will be Increased by the arrival -tober. .
: V arranged'for. appropriate
necesary will be by
-' looks like it
: ? :-i _: rainfall day and it now
I ot Mr. and Mrs, F. A. Teague
', la friends ofMr.J. Sand- will rain all night We have had committees. The county Quality! Quantity!!
Chace. and Butler who some
and children, Mrs. J. E. Major George ,will need the -
Jewett i submerge Mount Ararat -I commissioners cooperation
will be.delighted to know enough \rain to .
and of the Ocala
Mr. attache
sons, Mrs. R. D. Thompson, years ago was an
of Marion Dunn
active aid
Hwlu return to Ocala In a few, The klawaha and Withlac >o- and' Ne southerners must bave"grlts'But
Mrs. C S. Cullen and children, all of Morning News,. and who more recently council the board of
'._rto'-ma.ke his home here. He has chee rivers are higher than eyer be- lodge, the city don't 'the
." ., whom will ,be at the Breakers and has been .connected with the Lve the use ordinary kind,
of county
ted' 'a pits are trade the newspapers ,
V position withi the Post- fore known. The phosphate
V Mrs. R. R. Carroll and daughter Mer- Oak Democrat was in Ocala ;'3ster. ask for "Hudnuts pure grits -
the I
pf county.
and of all the people V
!.dnsg: store. Since his in- it bad.
.selling catching
:: his ; rig, who will stopat the Seaside Inn day.. The Major is on his way: to In- Let us all strive to'make the occasiona md get the best. -
drug store In Jackson-
V and Mrs. will be connected
Mrs. Chace and children verness, where .he
: in the of Marion
bright spot history
; !;74r: Jewett has been making his J. M. Eagleton and .daughter,
: Mrs. Thompson will live in the cottage with the Chronicle of that growing
and in all lives.

V :. %:,in, Miami being with the Red Miss. Margaret Eagleton- have" returned -; next to the .hote and will take their place. county our. H. LONG. We are agents for the celebrated V
_:'Pharmacy 'in that, city. He will from Philadelphia, where. vy.
''f' home meals at the Breakers.Mr. "Clover Hill" Butter, the best

'.. r.\.0cala: in a day, or two., they spent two months visiting relajtlves and Mrs. Isaac Stevens and Mrs. Robert Frost, wno has been in Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and money can buy. :
: ," _
.*B"""* f at their old home. Miss Nellie Stevens, of OcaIa, Mr Savannah for the past six weeks with Diarrhoea Remedy, Better ,i

I.,:: wing been adjudged insane bytfltaflthOrjty and Mrs. 'Henry Stevens and baby, of her son, Mr Bert Frost is now the Than Three Doctors.

: ; Mrs. 1.T.- Tpmp-. Agent E. B..Duncan has bought theE High: Springs, and Mr. Vernie Stevensof guest of her .daughter: and son-in-law, i "Three years ago we had three doc Have a new shipment of Heinz

_: taken_ ;. to the state insaneCbattahqochee W.-;Green place on Orange. "' avenue.' Oklawaha. will arrive in a few Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Crook, in Pa- tors" with .our little boy and everything sweet gerkin pickles in bulk also

c_ :'at :Sunday What's he going to do with it? We days to spend a month at Seabreeze latka, and will remain t with them that they could do seemed in Heinz stuffed _mangoes. .

;ry Deputy Sheriff --Thurlow are not telling tales out of school. and Mr. and Mrs.-S.. R. Whaley and until her daughter, Miss Lillie Frost vain. At last when all hope seemedto

St PSE became mentally unbal-- children will be in one of the cOt. returns home from New York be gone we began using Chamber- Phone 174 and see how promptly \ V
-t: :O'iflgto'bnsjness troubles and Mr. J. M. Pedrick with the Crosby
; tages for the month of August lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
-' iJ ous.excitement She also and Roess lumber mill at Martin, wasa' V .)Irs. J. }.t, Meffert and children Miss Miriam Pasteur has returned i Remedy and in a few hours he began hey answer.

--V" ',ecently; : an attack of nervous visitor to Ocala Monday. He says are' here for the summer They havea home from Knoxville, TeniL, where I to improve. Today he is as, healthy a

V. V ,.0JlOI. Her, family and friends the mill is an excellent:one.FOR cottage near the Seminole Inn and she has been for six weeks attending child as parents could wish for.- 0. K. GROCERY

i.that: she will soon be restored i will remain until September.The I the normal school in that city. Mrs.: B. J. Johnston; Linton, Hiss. V ...Ll. -
.. \* four I "
: sent home VV SALE-Brood mare, years '
V,' '{:",'U'-t._________ _*_ _ old,'.with young colt, or wiU trade for Ocala people at the beach are Later Miss Pasteur expects' to go to |Forsale by all druggists.
; H Workman. the popular good buggy horse. Apply to L. B. all happy and are having a fine time. North Carolina1 to spend, several I granddaughter -
I Mrs, A. M. Martin and
f the' McKenzie, at Ocala Furniture Co. V S. E,, H. weeks before the beginning of the : Rev. W. C. Lindsay is now at Roswell -
-- Ocala High scho i.- Miss Eugenia Fuller, and two
": b next school term Ga., the home of President
1 at ever V Hardaman small grandchildren, who have been
Hon. John -
The ,: representing forebears
health of the is excellentThe Roosevelt's
The city '
l i -
: ng ot the" Ocala schoolschool wholesale house of Jacksonville at Seabreeze for several weeks, have
rain does not seem to breed. malaria -, a Mrs. C. R Tydings and children --
V thenorinai.: has gone will spend, Sunday and Mon- Hendersonvilleand V Eatun Hurlburt I -pers: sold and satsfaction I,gone to Alabama to spend the t rest .
if does mosquitoes. Wednesday; for' I
it leave
home/at, :S6uthside/Tenn.,, to day in Ocala. V' Carolinafor buaranteed by the ?o.c.h1\C' of the summer. They were accompanied .
other places .in North
V: ; tijieral weeks with his rela- drug store., x by Mrs. :Martin's son, Mr. John
; 'The girls of Ocala' are now, the summer. rs. Tydings' sister,
Jt18! young -V
0" a aatter of grat pleasure Ourclever :Mr. Harry Stalberg R. Martin, who will return to OcalaIn
: :'times horseback riding Annie Daris will leave at thesame Col. W. B. Wilson.the Charleston
-L having Miss" '
V gay
t ends. .herg'4a: .know ;:.that he spent several days this "!week In'Ocala a day or two. :
return 'tn'the' whenever the rains will permit.; time for- Ohio to visit relatives, capitalist who owns a large body of .
; fall Mr on business and pleasure.-Dunnellon V
: ': until October. round timber and.near,. ,this city .is
< -
--; e YflTflU., hasseeto kthe ex- Advocate. :Mrs. Spellman and .Miss Margaret
i .A satisfied customer Is the best advertisement <= registered at the Ocala House V >
., ". ;for ,a- state, certificate 1nV and satisfaction: la not '.. Spellman have, returned from-a visit
V Hurlburt sold.and satisfaction 3R.. Morhead..is representingOcala .
V :# "' '['stood< 'aTery__, magnificent.. only our aim but our guarantee. Try Eaton papers DoSoto.Tampa Harry: Baxter is ..back fr9m"LakeWeir. to Jliami andwere very much;
at the V V
shoe styles guaranteed by the Postofficdrcs in ,the late -arrivals > VV
()J ; and"passed every study ; the White Souse ; spring V V pleased with tbel"Magic C1ty.'\:
-. / ;
for men and women Just arived.The ; Herald. ,
x- ? -
store.V V -
"' )n : td"Ws. credit' .'. Fair. 'X .. '. V >. ,V
{ :.....;--jift. ; V--v "V V V
\, ,
:t _
'---V, 't,,?- {, -',. .. oi
--" -- ;
:::Ji .e, j.-A:i/r"" VV. IE .., ;- '. '-' V ..... ; ,
., j- ,
.r l" .,.., .. .3.-
: ,
-' ::; ; > 'ii".g! ; ..J- -'iffPf"L '' j. "> .J1"f. 4'J..., "r, <-"! ii 9:1. ,, <..;Z; \ '
: :: \;:;,- 'ii, j' 1i.. \o'-! ":* 4t" "" : ti : $ ..:* : ""' r J "
:.\.r--.":-z- : :' V l ..;-I'{ .J' ,., Y"t .- _' "'. : '''''$->' j'' + ,:>t.1'k''i t.\.. -- :. Z
: ; ?,'7/<,'-"'-: kSiasfc. :., ,.;,.:;':"_',S'::,-;".',,',,',,,_''.,,,.',",Lailiiia_:, ; :;,,',,,:;a,,"r', ., ;." --.'>F.-:c, ;.".',",,' ,'.",.."'...'''" "''',,,-'., ':" ,:'._'.:,.< ;3!".,..$_.","i";::._""",',:''-,'''''':<.":"i:'.,,:;";",. :::: ,,;,; ?.:--l,', "0'--," -. ,','-,'," ._'<;;,,-. ::-JO"----,::,-,-;,:,<-,. ; :

., ',,' :":--jZ: :::, ',

:: : } :2: 0\"<' : .', : t : ; :> :;'! .t--:
: : : :-.7 : :. ;,,:; : ; < n
;.5':<.. 4;>'. ;, ', .f' "' 30W,. "-,," 'Y @. !"' *. ; $ ., '# H.. %
.. 'f$ '> -' .i. :.;: t'.r1". ; <'f ry H.
; : ,
.C-,'_ _. ,"".. .. ys, v 8"fe; jSgij Jv" f f53*' "-s. -f'-g-; -< :..
"f.'1tO.q" ; < r
: '-
,' Fkfi rI ..> "
: :: / w. t' .
.J'- ,. : .. .
I r
c '

i ,
"' .,... "
." (;,,. ,-
.. : ; -

!, f''' ---- 'I -' ,NOR COUNTRY.' 'W ASTING STRENGTH
',' Big Mill To Be ected-Bi9 Barbe- Correspondence Ocala Banner. Temple Texas, July 27, 1996. -
-- ; cue-Gov. Broward To Be invited Yesterday and today we ,had con To the Editor Ocala Banner; Special Correspondence; ti

to .Speak.j siderable sunshine, only a few little I have had the pleasure of :reading. I -The construction of towns and the .
"" .... showers of rain, weather very much two or three numbers of- your' valuable I: expansion of Florida's 'commercial 3

= j ; Special Correspondence: I, like April. The air continues very paper, through the courtesy of a centers is heralded around .in big red Women who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable

,' Fort McCoy, July 27Mr. E. P. warm.. The ,health of the inhabitants very kind friend I have near Fairfield, and black headlines by the papers of painful weakening, female complaints, will find tj I
s :
Rentze, presidentof the Rentze Lumber continues good, only one case of re who is a. reader of, the Banner. the city; the paving of streets and
Company, of Silver Springs, was mittent fever, but that contractedelsewhere. I have been very much interested avenues the construction of gas and Wine of Cardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for anjj}

here a,few, days ago selecting a site Mr. Bert Pegram is the in' the general reports from the different electric plants, the dredging of channels their ills. It acts directly all the delicate '
for the big mill they propose to put victim. He returned home from Macon sections of your county, and I across bars; these are all daily upon inflamed;

: ._ ; .upj, and gave, out the information that Ga., three weeks ago, had the fever am almost "persuaded" sometimes to talked and written of by press and tissues, purifying the blood, throwing off the clogging
work would .commence within 'slit y two weeks while there. Dr Cars- think that Marion county would be a people, but the happenings in fields
days well, of Citra, Is attending him. good place to live. and forests, remote from our cities, matter and relieving female disorders such as irregular,'!

;, Don't. forget that we are planning Mrs.: Clayton Massey will leave toOt course, you are aware that where the tilling of the soil and the scanty, profuse, painful catamenia, prolapse, etc _a fir
:, tot the biggest barbecue and the biggest morrow for Valdosta Ga., her old Texas possesses more real attrac- felling of the forests are carried on,

time on the 2th of August that home, 'and will be absent. severalweeks. tions for the agriculturist, horticulturist and also where the euectric harnessis Also relieves headache, backache, dizziness r

.we ever had. Governor Broward will ,and ...'_".."-'.,.*- the .fact Is, adjusted to the swift, crystal '
f : be' invited to,attend and speak on the Mr. J. B. Hall who' is an up-to-date that Texas comes very near being a streams, with which to produce and cramp dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc: I

: drainage' question, which is his pet farmer has the best sugarcane cropin turtle, in so far that she has a great transport to our cities to make them If you need aadvice, write us a letter, telling jis if
;; scheme, as will other distinguished the county. He has the reputationof variety of soils and climates. grow, all this seems to move to the "
i r 'orators. Everybody is cordially Invited making the, best flavored syrup Theer are many attractions in Florida front with 'such little comment that .
to come and bring' the old woman made in Florida Last season he personal and otherwise, that only a very few (at times only those .sea)ed envelope)! ; ]

..., 'and ..the. '. children:-. ,"so, they'..can. shipped it to Titusyille,.Citra and Pa- makes your journal very interesting who are connected, with the work)
i- F see everybody""else and their"womenand'children latka, and could 'not supply the demand reading.I know of the great things which are The Chattanooga Y
,. ... :
: for it. read in a recent number' of your carried on to erect our busy, pretty

.". The telephone line,from .this platby eThe soil here prpduces fine Irish paper that In the coast country of and modern Florida cities. ,
Dexter Tiller and Harp's' convicfcamp potatoes. They' have a fine flavor andare Texas, that they had no rain since Were it not for the screeching ALL DRUGGISTS OF&a

1 :Needmore and Citra,: Is work. good keepers. last February'up to the date of that blasts of the pull-boat whistle which

_;. Ing ulcelylDr. Mr. Neubeck, the 'cattle dealer, is issue, which wa recent Possibly you daily rend the air in Silver Springsrun

G, B.*Parramore leave'soon tonight stopping at the Porter Houseon were mistaken in your information. few of us would know of the "I WROTE YOU
for the north, where he will take a his way to Pine, to purchase beef One from our office, recently made a great work that is being done up in
course in medicine lectures. cattle. for the Palatka market. He visit to the coast country, aroundBrownsville that remote section. UkinK fer advice Cardui.,and, my by Female following, Troubles it and .
T., Every voter in the state should also, ships beef to Miami and other and just returned, bringing The Wilson Cypress Company's were cured."-Mrs. R.S.Wallace
Lavaca.Ala. J12
read up and study the proposed cities. ,some of the products of that country pull-boat No .3, which is stationed Ai
;Y .. ,amendments to be voted on next No Mrs. J. B. Enecks is visiting old L and a general reporfof the coun within one mile of Delks Bluff, is doing -
: .vember, and when the time comes to friends here. Since the death of Mr. try. He informs us that the cottonin a large business pulling logs -.--.- b.

vote be sure and vote. no, .especially Enecks., she has given ,up her home I[ that country will yield a bale and from the swampto the river. mona, Fla.; Mrs and Mrs Oliver :McDonald i I Arrested for Trap Fishing. :
on the creating of a board of drain here and makes her home,with her' one-half to the acre, and that the corn On Tuesday, accompanied by Miss are "at home" to their friends Enoch Wells, J. H. MarshallM:

( Z, age commissioners. son ,air Harry Collins, in Pensacola. has been gathered, makng about forty Rebecca Counts, her cousin, Miss Jessie at Ocala Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. PaulP. I Strickland and J. L. Fiddia, sit

3 : The Masons of ,this place wUll'ave The Massey Bros., turpentine operators bushels per acre, ribbon cane is exceedingly Woods, of Ocala, and Mr. George Fore are "at home" to their friendsat 1 near the Ocklawaha river la the T' i

an interesting meeting at their hall lost a fine mule Saturday fine, the onion crop has Hodge, this scribe went up to the the home of Mr. Fore's parents,j cinity of "Forty-Two," were iH it tic

Y on August 4th, as there are severaldegrees night., The animal had lung- fever., been gathered and the yield was very Wilson Cypress Company's pull-boat Mr., and Mrs. W. R. Fore, at Connor,I Ocala yesterday in answer to a smo-

to confer then, all brethrenin SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS. I fine.The N o. 3, in a rowboat. Arriving there, Fla. I mons from Deputy Sheriff Tharioi M

: ,. good standing are invited to visit. boll weevil nor the worm have we were given the key of the pull- Mrs. Oliver McDonald and Mrs.) Bishop, who are charged witi trip t

I The roadman here is "experiencingconsiderable DAISY NO 1. .done but little or no damage to the boat and told to be "at home" by its Paul P Fore: are sister of Mr, Harvey fishing in the Ocklawaha river. The t'

.. ., .,,trouble. in keeping the crop thus far. The corn yield 'excep-- genial engineer[ .Mr. Oscar Furr. We Smith, and their parents are Mr. and will have a hearing before Count v
w I.'. ., roads ,passable fesj:';:. the continuous Special Correspondence: ionally fine. The'.fruit crop, of Texasis went up to the boat to get news notes Mrs. B. F. Smith, of Lynne." They also Judge Joseph H. Bell this ,mo1J.hli

_ ; : : heavy, rains. wadi.:.;.them so. We are having-some very pleasant far below an average. The acreageof for the Banner, and incidentally fora have a slngle'sister. Miss Dora Smith, They are accompanied by Messrs. S Ma
; Noah Maldren has recently cotton in Texas is about the pleasure trip. at Lynne. Miss Dora's brother I'
_ IJf. weather, and hope-it will continue so aver.age and F. Prevatt, T. N. Wells, Daniel Joaa. ex.c
} > bought out his brother .John's place for a while. .. and the farmers are going to Those who have not had the opportunity two sisters were ,all married 'within. 'I and other witnesses. -1

and catJle.#Jobn speaks of moving,Jo Mrs. W, J. Hogan has been ill for hold for ten cents. The city of Tem- of seeing a log-boat pull logs two weeks. .

Oxford, Sumter county, .' the past week., We wish to see her pIE: has a population of about 12,000, cannot imagine the strength of the Mr. Samuel Long, who had his Capt Allan Gibson, of Leesburg J

Alexander JJcQualg, the old veteran up again shortly. and her schools and churches cannot swamp giant It is indeed a giant andit hand badly cut by a cold chisel last was an Ocala visitor yesterday. .

> was here ,last week ,'visiting his Say, boys! wedding bells will soon be excelled in the United States ., tears the swamp in twain when week, is back to his labors at the 1 '. ii'"y'

i ,. cnildren.Mr i be ringing again. I I I beg to call your attention, to these ''I two or three sticks'attached to' its sawmill of Oliver & Nix. The Jones Family Reunion. .,

..it........ ,. J*. ,McQuaig.,and family, who"..... Mr. A. P. Marsh made a flying trip facts in comparison with Marion three-quarter-inch cable come in. Mrs. Robert Einig and children of Atlanta will have a reunion of fit,.
have been living near Picolata, are to Ocala Friday.Mr county, the Belle of Florida. In talking with the boat's popular Lynne came down from Lynne Wednesday Jones family on August 5th. AD the-

expected to arrive here Friday. Mrs..-! J. R. Hogan and wife and Mr. Respectfully' S. D. HANNA. engineer, Mr. Fury, we learned that and spent the day with rein Jones in the country are invited to T/f

J. McQuaig's Jiealtn ;Jis .very 'poor. and .Mrs. A.,. P. Marsh were callers three "sticks" are generally pulled at lives. present. If your name is Jones this
Wildwood The End of the Worldof a trip, and on an average nine trips Miss h
1 Mrs, Cuingtoncf: ; .it who on Mr and Mrs L. B. Marsh last Sun Cone, of Palatka, came up all that .is necessary. The intr
has been''visiting" herVparentsMr.and troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe are made in a day. Each "stick" contains Friday eveningand was the guest of ductions will be: "Mr. Jones, Y&* h

fcl' Mrs H. C. Martin, has returned day.Mr.. L. B. Marsh is holding down of Bear Grove Ia., of all usefulness, three logs, therefore on an average Me and Mrs. P. T. Randall until Saturday Jones and the Misses Jones. It,prong "
.-home. came when he began taking Electric the boat wit pull eighty-one logs She is now the of
:. the blacksmith shop at this place. We guest Mr. ises ,to be a big day. ,
Mr. "E. G. Taylor is ;visitinghfs ou Bitters. He writes: "Two years ago in a day These logs are floated down and Mrs. J. L., Hinton at. Slarke'a _
are glad to have him do" work, as
_ daughter, Mrs.. Joe Castell,' of Dun- he gives perfect satisfaction.Yes. | Kidney trouble caused me great suf- .the Oklawaha to the Wilson CypressCompany's ferry on the old Oklawaha.The Brotherhood. i
nellon feting, which I woud never have survived mill at Pal atka. rains have
June Bug has had his life insured again set in, and God, what a world-if men in strand "i
Mr. Wayne McDonald, of: Ocala, and has caged a bullbat at last. had I not taken Electric Bit The.comany's launch, Rust, comes the Oklawaha is rising. Yesterday, mart ,

., .-.-. spent Tuesday'with his daughter;. AiI ro. Mr. J. A:: Brinson is on the sick'list lets They" also cured me of General up from Palatka every ten days to for the first time, as far as we remember Felt.the same kinship of the hums, r t
I Noah. Waldron, of this place. this :week. Debility Sure cure for all Stomach pay off.Prof. the mail carrier of the heart ||
j. Mr Elam Martin, who has taken tOur Liver and Kidney complaints, Blood W. H. Russell, wife.land ,child Ocala, Silver Springs and Connor Which C
school will open the last of makes them in the face off
_ ", .' a, course in Massey's Business Col diseases, Headache, Dizziness and of Inverness, are the guests of Mr. route, abandoned the Grahamville
.,' August. Mr. W. Griffin will be our flame and flood, t
., ..' lege in Jacksonville and come. home, teacher for this term. Weakness or bodily decline. Price and 'Mrs. ,Pat T Randall, at Connor. ferry route and went via Sharp's fer Rise k to the meaning of true brother C

has gone 'to Hawthorn; where he I will We notice' in ,the Anthony news 50c. Guaranteed. by Tydings' drug For the past several years.. Professor.Russell Dangerous. indeed, is the Graham hood. -Ella Wheeler Wilcoi;
attend the summer normal school. H e that store. has taught school at Inverness vine route.
Blue Bells has lots of weddings ,
teach somewhere in the Fla. This summer he attendedthe ALBERT
to of. i
speak Wonder how long before PIMPLES
'. .' this winter.GRINER. normal course'and taught Latinat FRECKLES AND
_ she will AT LAKE WEIR.
j step off? We hope not soon,
: for her pieces are so interesting to i- Gainesville, Fla. This year Professor The western chicken crop is said to REMOVED la Tea Days. cNadinal
Written for the Banner: Russell was elected principalof be very fine.
FARM ITEMS. read.Well The bathing suits are smallestAt the Starke high school and todayhe
J. B.; will stop for this as Mr. --
s Special Correspondence: Editor will get tired. Lake Weir; leaves for Inverness to pack up Ice Cream Social at Kendrick Friday The Cosptada j
The Sunday school has disbanded JUNE BUG. They fit the girls-the tallest- in order to move to his new homeImmediat Night. Beautifier it .* \ r

y ., for the presentA At Lake Weir. ly We sympathize with Innerness We are requested to announce that -__ darted byguaranteed thou +! e
large number from this section The maidens' eyes blink quickest, over the loss of such an hon there will be an ice cream social at ofgcitefulla&Ad

_ attended the Sunday school convention For an Impaired Appetite.To Mosquitoes grow the thickest orable family as the Russells, and Kendrick Friday night, August 10, at a. to I'CJIWI'all
at Fort King Sunday. improve the appetite and And the redbugs are the slickest we rejoice with lucky Starke for gaining the school house. The social will be _._E facial d'ucolar+'. I

Among the visitors here are Mr. strengthen the digestion try a few At Lake Weir. their citizenship. Professor Russell given for the benefit of the church. = BE* tlau bcauyofyontb.Th tail rune w

I Bob Stevens and family and'Mr.. Bert doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and ,. for several years before'he wentto Everybody is cordially invited It is wont trace ia twenty thy. We and $1.1 c<
Stevens; they are visiting their sister Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seitz, of Detroit The golden sun is brightest Inverness was the efficient teacherof hoped that Ocala and all neighboring at all. Lading' druj .t.J1'ei" or 1 byDIU7 J r

and mother, Mrs. Frank C hon Mich., says: "They restored my At Lake Weir, the Grahamville public school, and places will be well represented. Pie v 4 br r4T10KA1. '.. 5ir Ted faJ .
and. Mrs. Stevens. appetite when impaired, relieved me And will tan the skin-the lightest- there is no better teacher and edu _. ,- ':,'
Mr. Will Scarborough accompanied of a bloated feeling and caused 'a At Lake Weir. cator in the land than he. ; ---- e<

nil mother, Mrs. Sallie Scarborough, pleasant and satisfactory movement Your sweeheart land her sister Miss Jessie_-Woods., of Ocala, who In Time
to the latteri home in Georgia; they of the' bowels. Price, 25 cents. Sam w ill each bring home a blister, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Re Of Hot! i

left last Saturday ,Mr, Scarboroughexpect pies free. All druggists. For the sun has surely kissed her becca Counts in' Grahamville, leaves '

to be gone about ten. days. At Lake Weir. tomorrow, for her borne For
p-Mr. Frank Williams arrived Saturday .: BELLEVIEW NEWS NOTES. V. L.' M. Mrs. Howard B. Hall and daughter, Prepare Cold! > *

4 from Port Inglis, from whence Opal, Arcadia, were the guests last
he Modem week of Mr and Mrs. P. L. Durisoe i We would rather sell the balance of out STRAW l
was driven by chins and fev er. Mrs. Ora L. Stewart, who for the Strawberry, Shortcake. HATS and SUMME8I
We hope he will soon recover his lost past year has been the efficient saleslady I Cream oneThalf cup of butter, add Friday evening after the day saift CLOTHING at a big reduction than to carry them If tt
over. are going i
health and be his former jolly self for the Marion Mercantile Com one cup of sugar, the juice of half a of flies had gone off and the nightshift you | ;
I again pang has returned to herhome in lemon and three eggs well beaten of mosquitoes and fireflies had buy anything in our line now, you will, save money by giving us a calL 1 Ii

Mr Souter and family, of Sparr, Hawthorn for a vacation of a monthor then beat hard. Add last three and come on duty, and the stars had come

were caller in Griner Farm on Mon two. Miss Ethel Miller will take one-quarter cups of flour sifted with out, there came from the Grahamville Patent Leather Oxfords i: 3:
day. her place during"'iter absence. five level teaspoons of baking powder direction the sound of the picking ofa

Some, much needed repairs have Miss Jennie Mayo, of Ocala, is the and .one cup of milk. Bake in banjo. Immediately following it In All
the Latest
been made on the school house re guest of Mrs Nathan :Mayo this wee! fonr layers. Mash three pints of was the boom of guns and the rattling Style( :

cently. Mrs May McPhaul left Wednesdayon strawberries lightly and mix with one of old plows and bells, and wen t

How is it that the grain crops of her annual vacation. She will cup of sugar. ,Spread the berries o knew .that from the sound, an old DEDUCED TO $3.00 A
t the 'Graham vine and Cooner section! spend several weeks in FayetteviUe.Ark. the cake, put two together and cover country serenade was on. Our curio A PAIR. : i ii

were nearly matured before the rains ., and then visit her brother In the top one with whipped cream osity was up Instanter, and we
let In when It has been raining most New York. spread over the berries. learned that a party was serenading W. f Chambers
of the time since May? Crops mature Mrs. T. A. Mitchell and Pauline returned our new comers, Mr. and Mrs Hamp Shoe Company;

.. early, eh? TAWNY MANE Thursday from a six weeks''' Sarah Bernhardt the great, French Price and Miss Eula Fort, Mrs. ,

visit at Green Springs and Lakeland tragedienne, has been made a member Price's ister-in-law,. who is "visiting t

Mr. Fish and his neice. Mrs. De- of the Legion of Honor, and Drey them.
Galveston't Sea Wall witt who have resided at Hallock fus has been decorated with a cross Misses Carrie and Flossie Holly are
makes life now as safe in that cityas Lodge the past two years left Saturday of this famous legi n. in Ocala taking music. lessons. Miss McMillan Bros.Southern
I on the higher uplands.. E. W. Go dIn- for Dunnellon to'make thai Carrie Holly will teach the Graham .
Ice, who resides on Dutton St. place'their future home. ville school this coming term.. ,

1.1 Waco. TeL, needs no sea wall for Mr. Cecil Bryant and Miss Leila. rOHDmOH i 2 Lest we.forget there will be a pic- Copper Works i'
safety He writes; fl have used Dr.King's Farris of Ocala, spent Sunday in our: rLGIlHAR nic at the home of Mr; and Mrs: .. 1

New Discovery for Consumption town W"Tnr0NlY1li0'ft W. H. Perkins on August 7. Everybody Manufacturers of Turpentine Sti1l j
the past five years and it keeps Miss Edna: Nichols returned home who can, come and bring your
me well and safe Before that time I Thursday from Plant City ) e' D baskets. This picnic is an annual affair and General Metal Workers.

had a caught which for years had Mrs. J. L. Bryant-G Jrney. { CURE. i given in honor of 3Irs. W. H. ,
::::::t 4 been growing -worse. Now It's who has been the-.gTiest of .her, sister dry: SJJ.T-S.-n"CAnu/0 i"tta ncrr fll"l',1.t(OW 4... J JJ; Perkins, whose birthday comes'on :.. t yr :r

CureSf chronic Coughs La Grippe, hits; Homes, 'returned' to' her"home CF PIIMII BUes1 1'1 that jday. )lrS'. Perkins will be'-'C$ O nes. Patching t
-r Croup, TYhooping! Cough and prevents Thursday. MARKET FOR BStASE IK TO J7CCK n T s:CJ KST*O.:wosmr MlBi f* I years old on August 7. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or I
Pneumon .. 'Pleasant to take. Every Mr. and Mrs fiESRWS AFW-tt WO t!(*im M5-WHS lie*& VKWRS I 3Ij% Joan M. ''Graham, of OcAla wire will receive
T. Ii.-Slaughter will TIUKKANS IS KCT A FOC3; tV niZmfzcx 10PSICE ,is prompt attention at either of the :t.
bOttle. : guaranteed at Tydings' drug move to Levpn tomorrow tri make !OlE WE It A TEAL AND SAt YOIIIt AAtu.LLS: visiting his'parents, Jlr. and. Mrs-L. follo'wing1 .! .
25 CENTSAFt."W> ,
store..JPrce{' tOe' and- LQ0.. Trial" bot- that place their future. home, .. TOASALEYArtaTAQDFifn Ti J'.AI\'r.cr'Ji1! !:). fif M* Graham, over Sunday. iIr.

tie free:, .".'* M.'R QcIERHAH&STEWiT( } } andf' )Irs. .Harvey Smith are 4Iathome" FAYETTE ILLE, N; C. ,., ', SAVANNAH, GA ,
J I '#o their many ,friends at Po-

,_-.,=;;r- :$-:>,- .;- --.""',;.. ..,.,," ,." :?'J--;a'.... .,,,,.-=.<'' .t.. ;,;,;;,, ; c'!' : .:,, ,1 >1";;;: ;:. ,
.<.i'.c"'c.: "" '> ""'''-'.' ,'. '...'.' '- ', "'. '.oi'a,.. ,.: -. -''' ., ""'"' .. .
.. : : '.:; ; ,
: >i"0'. r- : : :., : ..s., : ; : .;:;-" ;1"," :< :"""'
r -

YYyt -

.' .

> ,, -, ',...

;;' '_\ ',: ':<" '. :" 0 ::;t: ,. ", .:',:,,' .. ', :'," ,', '!;: ,,' ;:;' .- ;-':,"" ,', ",

t.";'t', ..., ,
< = 'r ;__ ,'. .' '-..

I .'.-. ',_' .

-E' .BANNER :; ....' < : :


: '
-1 tj

'v "f n.41,' 'N0: 7."vr OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3,, 1906. ONE DOLLAR A. YE.AR-: -
'J.: 1 -
; IIiIS ABOUT'TOWN. Miss Mona Killer's Engagement., Meeting of the .Board of Trade, <
-"o?' The Nashville papers make the Notwithstanding other attractions; ,
",' '''.'.'It..">, -- following-_ announcement of Miss Killer's the board of trade : '
meeting was quite
:Eo"1;., Carney,,is on thy sick ,
engagement: J
largely attended last
": night.
..-i;, Qu'ality"
t-, "_ It The"engage.ment' of Miss .Mona El- The' principal business was the ,
j?" Courthouse Is ,begin- eanor Hiller of Birmingham Ala, to adoption of a, new constitution and ,
's new ,
Mr. Morton Gattman'Lu hs'of'New by-laws, the old ones having in ..
> t ,-j Um shape.;: some The fact that SCHNAPPS -
:< j' York is announced. Miss Hiller, whois was:got lost. -
; .1
"' )::"::,;!-V.Pj ,Monroe, George Turfjce a niece of Mrs. Sam Hirsch of ,this Under the new constitution and by- is'so widely imitated only proves

'_' :Thomas represented Pine city, has frequently visited in Nash- laws there is no initiation fee and 4d' that it is the best chew -the standard I .

ville .and, has many, personal friends the monthly dues are fixed at fifty p.

.'.' 1
'.U t Dame, famous over the state well-known .New. Yorker tot- .distinguished the defaulting member is subject t '.,' the size and shape and color of SCHNAPPS '

( Is home for the bal- 'parentage and Jargeffinancialsuccess. to expulsion. No firm or corpora. '
i: W obdman, F =other fags made look
are to like SCHNAPPS
lion '
: ''; i week. \f can have but one vote, although
.{:).r __ Many Nashville. friends end relatives : all the members of the firm may become r tags-yet there'are'more pounds of SCHNAPPS: __ ',.

S:1LRuba.bas:: : gone to.. HenderC will attend the vieddf tg;'which members.Mr. chewed than all
annually other similar
.will be of briliant tobaccos. ..
a nature. The date A.--L. Glass, superintendent of
& health
; & ,C, for: rest, vcomiV.jLT -. .
-- ratlon. has not yet been announced.The this division of the A. C. L. railway, "
sad,recu ',\ "
"i;. -: "t on invitation, addressed the board of .
!- engagement of ,Miss Mona Hil
'Vs.. Rhodes has returned trade.. He: said that the officials had "
Wr ler to Morton Gattman Luchs of
:'isI evrile.. He is route agent .of heard the complaints of the shippers r
York, is announced. A date
for the
:of Ocala about the want of better terminal 'i
; Seoiliera Exprt'ss.. company. wedding has not been flied, but it .
: facilities :
:$ :. .- here, and were more \
"" "" \
will take place atthe', home of thebride's
'-' house contractors are to have the same than the "
fce court ,.
parents near and
: shippers but that hitch in obtaining
V'pajt:: of: the good,roads maf.IU'the :
will be a large and brilliantly arranged '
I' 't : '
perfect deeds to certain
work'onthe' building. prop- :
event attended by a, party'of : \
', -I erty had !lelayed them but that he J
Nashvihe relatives and friends '
: '
could promise .that work would beginin
WiU happell Kendrickwho:
? 1( ,
Miss Hiller is a niece of Mrs. Sam .
JSeen1 several days at the course of the'next sixty days.
spending Hirsch, of this city whom she has SCHNAPPS Is mad .
of choice '
only selections
p'Weirwtt& friends bas returned. Ocala-is to have good depot and well matured, thoroughly cured :.
'1; ; --- frequently visited. Attractive, hand terminal facilities. The good faith of leaf,and in factories aa clean as the cleanest kitchen,situated in the very heart of the greatest ,,";

:. :, ltobertTKeis after a pleasant some and 'gifted with exceptional the officials are pledged to it, and the chewing tobacco growing' country, hymen of life-long'experience in tobacco manufacturing ... '.. -

.g-- of "some creeks, has, return- brightness, she has been a. belle hereas premise will be carried out to the let t and who have directed the:R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company ice 1875., -

here well as in other ..cities and h?" SCHNAPPS has the pleasing, appetizing aroma which created and popularized '
'i'H stings vwhere J he has a po-
\" many local friends to be interestedIn ter.The board of trade has invited the the fondness chewing. Expert testa prove that it'requires and takes a smaller .

... -,,"'-. the news of her approaching .marriage Florida railway commissioners to amount of sweetening than any other kind-and has a wholesome, stimulating '

> to a successful wealthy and and satisfying effect 'on chewsrs. '
meet the board of trade and citizens
: 'ri.: f.,Math of Blacksville, S. .
is in popular New Yorker. Miss Hiller is a generally of Ocala at the Elks' hall Internal revenue statistics show that SCHNAPPS and other of the '
-th t great cantaloupe'grower, daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. Hiller. Reynolds brands won enough chewers in'one fiscal ',--
irewill plant more melons on Tuesday, the 7th day of August, year to make a net gain '
'- '->'z_ to discuss rate matters and shipping of six and a quarter million pounds, or. one-third,of the entire increased .r r
..season. Major "Dry Kiln" Moore of Cor- consumption in the United States
.. ",>> complaints, and the railway officials I on chewing and smoking tobacco. -
"> dele Ga. and Jacksonville Fla. who Bo sure the letters the and .
"" on tag under the tag spellSCHNAPPS -
will be invited to be the
at :
"IL 'of Dallas
,., \D; Hoppmaster, has interstate and will
an reputation With
was an ,you the genuine. Less
meeting. Railway CommissonerelectNewton
5:was. in, the city, calling on the Ocala Besides being _
visitor yesterday. R. Blitch, is also invited to R. J. REYNOLDS > "
.r:tr&de. representing the great a king lumbermen' TOBACCO CO. : -
among he can
y Tonic-Oxidise. meet 'with the commissioners on the Wlnston-Salem, N. C. .
r., '(or could If he were living) give Sir \day named.It SweeteningThan
h Isaak ,
Walton cards
;:Lnclle. Standley left for Lake and spades and is expected that the meeting will

'yesterday' afternoon, where she beat him fishing.- Some months ago result in good to the city and especially -. '

i. "'join her mother and ;remain Cat he "Went down on Silver Springs run to the shippers.The "_ ;;;- ...,., Any Other

yivorite resort,'for. Ocala,, peoplemonthor and landed a 'boat' full of beautiful board transacted other busi-
'" trout as fast as-: he 'could pull them
two., ness which will be noted in these
in. He says it is all in knowing' how. columns' tomorrow. ., .-' .

.,' :Innie The Major is a jolly genial,companionable Special Meeting of the Board of' '. ., .
'.'.,; .Alken and, two children' .and County Commissioners.Ocala H. ROBINSON, Pres. .' .
..d from Lake Weir yesterday. gentleman makes a legion Miss Alta Pearson Entertains for 27 1906. S. LJ. BUTCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER, Asst'Mgr't.,
July ,
',:wts there for several days ands of:'fr ends wherever he goes. Miss Jule Wiley. GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller. ',., 'if '
Called meeting of the board of .. ..
most.'enJoyable outing. Thursday evening at the home of '
The 'steamer-, has undergone commissioners H. W .
Alligator county by .
r. ..::1-.. I her parents on Fort King avenue, '
quite extensive repairs. Captain Long, chairman, for the purpose of
the :
McRaney turpentineof s
Miss Alta Pearson entertained at a The Strong Hold the
-" in Ocala Dozier has1 taken her cabins all out considering the cost of material on ,
\\ was delightful party, Miss Jule Wiley be- i
the of We and, in the space made one large 'saloon hand and money expended In the ,
-* y, praising virtues : ing the honor guest. 'i -
'':'Springs where These two young girls looked exceedingly -
"lhepast forfnigtit. He the The pilot-house has been lowered and held In Ocala, July 27th, 1906. Pres- COMMERCIAL "
,, .... says pretty and dainty on this BANK ;;
are'all to ,the good. altogether: her appearance is improved occasion. Miss Wiley, who is the en were: H. W. Long, chairman; J. ,

over the old model. She is pot yet L. Edwards, S. R. Plyes, commission- : .." ,
guest of Miss Mary Burford, is being I
T\J.: Laud-Brown of the Tam- finished, but will be soonr. and then ers. OCALA FLO. ,
much feted, and this was one of
'f r/has been caught napping. Col. he expects to run excursion parties M. T. Lewman & Co. submitted an .,
-- the delightful affairs that has
i speak' vat the Alabama waha until the tourist season opens. been given here. $8,797.50, less 20 per cent, $1,759.59, Has Upon Public Confidence' is Evidenced rT :. -
Miss Pearson entertained about
fair. Here was an attraction -Eustis' Lake Region. leaving a balance due of $7,038, said ,i"'
r -' twenty-five girls and boys,' and they tncrasin'Business
by its Large and -
t-for Tampa -
the gentleman. -- account being certified to by George
;;-1" The friends: of Mr. md Mrs. Her played the exciting game of forty-
MacKay architect, as being: correct; '
,.. MUltarfceived almost: gratreportofbis'sonLbvick man Benjamin ..will .be'-'very; much two that has become so \popular ,in whereupon, upon motion it was ordered fYOUR s !
;, yes- pained to -}learn of the: death "of their Ocala.At that a warrant for the said ,

.'T,:'troU:'the 'school ::which he attook infant daughter, in Atlanta, several the 'conclusion of the games it amount of $7,038 be drawn' in favor ,

JH 7 the prize in a.class of. days ago. The little one' was only was found that Miss Edna Nelson had .. >
of M. .. Lewman &; Co. '<
;:and",stood 98 for. good deport- about ,a week old and during her the top score and she was presentedwith motion the. board thereupon ". ,
i Upon :
.t-hls'little fellow has in him brief life she was a great joy to her a set of pretty gold pins. SISTRUNK IIC0PIT0L
adjourned. S. T. -
rattling of a man. parents. We extend our sympathy to Bruce Meffert won the boy's prize, Clerk. DINING ROOM :

-f". :.' -: -- the bereaved parents. a copy of, Whitcomb Riley's poems. -, ?

.r' ';'-Sue, Barco, who is with herat Later in the evening lovely cream FourthClass.Postmasters'. Meeting t in <\ -,', ,

.. f "Sunny Slope Farm, was in Mr., Albertus Vogt formerly knownas and cake were served and soon after August. '

... 'yesterday" to see her sister the "Duke of Dunnellon," has recently the guests departed declaring it to Mr. J. C. Pillans of Electra, secretary Have you Everything you need for it? s> -

Patterson of Miami who is vis- made two big sales, and as a have been in every way a most pleasant Fourth f -
of the Marion County We have recently received some Fine Dining Room Furniture
Ocala, and is the guest of Dr. moneymaker is rapidly coming to the party. Class Postmasters' Association, was '.., .

..::_Chace. She is a- sunshine and front again. He .is now a resident of in Ocala Thursday and Informed a : SUCH AS, ..rC.SIDEBOARDS 4

,. ." oent and .tor genuine, sunniness Bartow.: His friends in this section $5.00 reward will be paid by Marion representative of this paper that .. ..

_-,',1ve.Y.Sunuy Slope .pointers. will be:glad to know that "Dame For- Farms for ,return of large young there would be a meeting of the as- CHINA CLOSETS

cj ; tune" has ,her hand on his shoulderonce hound; color light brown, shading to I
J'"" sociation in Ocala 'on Wednesday, Au- '
Wjbscriber in Michigan in renew- more. black.Strayed from farm about July 9
; 1, in the city council hall.
gust <
18. 7-27 2t ,1BUFFETS
subscription, expresses the Winiam of Mr. H. M. Oyer, of Citra, is president and CHAIRS _
Mr. Hadsock member
:that the editor will live for a --
It Is hoped I
years, and saya many other. the Confederate camp of;this city, returned Adjudged Insane. of the' association.fourth-class postmastersin It will be ,a pleasure to show them to you and give you prices

i it things.-; These cafe the" kind from Crystal River yesterday.He Yesterday afternoon the county that all the : _
"d8' '"' saps it' looks to him like the whole committee of threeto the county will be in attendance. '
' that enable us to print the judge appointed a DellA FURNITURE( CONY.E. e 14
,that.we, do. It throws around country is afloat down there. Historyis inquire as to the sanity of Mrs. L. This -Will Be News to 'Farris. .
',,,about us. a rainbow of hope. repeating itself and the people will T. Tompkins. Mrs. Tompkins was Judge Ion L. Farris one of Jackson C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERT8. -,
.'.">., .. have,,to look to arks for safety. carefully examined and pronounced
.: ville's most prominent attorneys
end Mm Williams andWhahaven demented. Today she will be sent to 'x
rt \, ; George Mr., H, M. Dearborn, the new man- In the city for .a few days on busin ss. '
the asylum in middle Florida, where i
spending a
<>, ,. '-.b ager orthe electric light plant has In the last primary in Duval county .,
.. 4 at Green Springs, her friends hope she will soon be restored -
weeks ; defeated by Steve
arrived from Fernandina and has assumed Judge Farris was
'. .e4 ;home yesterday. Mr; WNi to health.In $50,000 51
) charge of the plant. If he Melton, for the legislature.-Tampa ;
.JYi i improved, but
jjjery' much
comes up to the reputation that has Herald.
JY.UUams received no benefit and the digging of an artesian well
preceded: him Ocala can well congratulate r

,_ ,:O1 l; ',account of, .continued herself ,on her: acquisition.Mrs. at St Petersburg a large bed of peb-- Judge' H. C. Gordon and Mr. J. S. THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK, a3:

rt-- A ble phosphate was discovered at a C. Carpenter, representing the American -

1 E. B. Richardson, of Homo- depth of about fifty feet. In diggingan Life Insurance company, returnedto OF OCALA ;=
Carrie Gardner of Palestine will be the of artesian well in Ocala coal and *
.. ; sasa. guest Mrs. FannieR -their home, in Tampa yesterday,

,"ls visiting Mr.-and Mrs. W. ,H. Garyfor the next few days. This : gold were discovered. You can find pleasant stay In Ocala and
,.Sher'uncle and aunt. She met will be Mrs. Richardson's first visit most anything in Florida.Mr. Dunnellon of several days. Mr. E., P. ,.,

.C1n,.hir. Harvy Clark, in Jack.and to Ocala since she moved away. about Thagard will be their local representative THIS SECTION OF THE COUNTRY, AND REQUESTS THAT

h e persuaded her to exrhiislt ten years ago, and her friends will J. W. Crosby has purchased the in this city. '
"- to Miami, and she wit. be delighted to welcome her., railroad iron on the H. Anderson ,

i" ,4. the:attractions of this phenom- road to .Silver Springs and is havingthe Mr. Alfred Smith and Miss Ruth THAT THIS DESIRE INCLUDES YOU. 1

_,; ty;,Wss Gardner Is a popular Mr, .Oscar Hightower, of Candler, same hauled to Ocala and shippedto Leitner were united 'in 'marriage, Sun .'

) d1;::and It is hoped that she successful trucker and orange grow:. him at Martin on the A. C. L. rail. day at the home of the bride near -- .
,1B&t, e'ber' ,stay in Ocala a lengthy er, was a visitor to Ocala and did not way. Ocala. "

)" ,;t:. forget to pay a visit ,to our sanctumand ..--- 'r, '

rT,,., renew his allegiance to Marion Miss Dora Turnipseed, who, WJth Capt. Robert D. Harrison, of Lees- ,. ."

,n :Shad, ,the successful Florida county's'oldest newspaper._ party of friends, has been enjoyinga burg, is visiting his bid home'at York. .

.|l>to phate. '. miner, turpentine delightful outing "for several daysat Mr. J. B. Beck of' Fellowship_ was

". ...and. 'convict lessee" spend It, will be; leen/from an item'to ,our Lake Weir has returned., into see us yesterday: of Jacksonville, Fla. t -

: ',,,,ers+: In ,what ,,direction" does Belleview correspondence' that Dr. ..- .'.

., '$ retne'dil: lie' The voice of the Slaughter will move to Levon and Mr. M. W., Ulmer, of Largo, one of ,Mr. and Mrs.- D., W.. Hail are the Saw, Mills, Engines and 'Boiferj.Porable -. I

its welcome'to him In Ian- make that place his future home.: the most prosperous turpentine ope- parents of another sweet little girl .. Outfits a Specialty'- -

f f'or." poetic inspiration; 'The -- rators in Florida was transacting baby who arrived: at their home ,. .. t .

'bid him .come: 'and "exploreOIime' Judge Bullock's faithful old whitehorse business in Ocala Thursday. Thursday morning 'Write for Catalog. Sold on Ea y' ;
grandeur. The lakes is de d..He
M! "....iversthe forests and. the before his death and his' 'last Miss McCarthy: returned home Monday -:- Wwelcom; Toni"Watson'back' -to THE 'MALSBY.- "MACHINERY' 'CO. '

,-''"0 -..H..beckoa' -.:. -, '>him a,welcome' : days'were spent'without toit: from a .visit:to Ga1i esvU e. the'fold. V'v -:{

: ,';:r: "\

; >:{'tv ", ... ,'_ # 1

'''",,, 7 : .::":,,", ., .s-; .a....:. ,fj. ,!t.< .'t_..fit .,. ._._". r .,;i ....... .. .. -< .- ., ,: .,. 4". ,;:' _, "
'!< ,
"' ; "i' ': '$ "" :> e1
: "
t ';; : : ,,: : ';> ''''' .::t.:""' ? ., "'- .'' o: F v t --
d 1\"Ji "
"; ; -- : : : '
: yy 'A,, ,=t : .r- : '., :, ..', <:' : "'/; :""" .. : ?; : : ""' ,,, '. = ''ffic.: '' '',, '( >:;:
t" > ; : : ;
f '!' ; ,,,- : : 1i. ..
':' -t.x; :: ,,,,.. O"O"A _, "., ; -, '' 1---, .'' ,.... "t.- ,""'' ', :, ".-, ;, ,,, -=T" -- ''':,' '" ,, ,,_ ..' ?_''.,'
: : : ". ,7'' _'. '''';'.' .' ': .: ,-<'}.. : ..,, : : ", ::< ?..,'''.'''" ,,. ;..: ;" :.,, }:, ".; :! ". .; '\;.,,,..;"" ,,,,,"''' !'. .__, : !"<.:,,,,. ,0':.'''. .,


< '; '' :' "'' ,: ,
'- ': ,:on.f ,_, ,,,,,
::' #'t' ciCcl. ._:?:; ;.:::fr't,;,: ,,:",,,; *j* -.1 3VI. *. 4 .. .
r ;; .. ;i: =..
,. .
+' pLa ktl c'dr ; ",;'' '"-t. ..c--- .. '" ',.
: .Tfif
U | .

J '-
.' ,
' .
-F Drain,, your glasses, mates, and listen

} WRITES ENTERTAININGLY.I Once, to''Jasper, this highly'Noggin thrilling, second tale mate: ( The'Seal of Public Approval 11 Y

was swallowed by a whale. ,
Within that monster Jasper found a, k .:;{i ,

most, commodious room I II I. ',,,

'. THE WOODS,;ARE FULL- OF -POLITICIANS, WHo, I Where 'incandescent suboceanic gloom lights; dispelledthe ';Has been stamped. upon Red Rock Ginger Ale as a very superior article. .

WOULD LIKE TO BE GOVERNOR.. Upon the great cetacean's ribs there It has the unbounded ,confidence of the best physicians ; a fact which

,hung, a telephone;. establishes prestige beyond, question, and which is practical proof of -
A siphon and a whisky 'jug stood on
Gubernatorial Candidates Galore- beneficial home -**-** -
nouncement of his rapid Improvement. another bone; its meritas, a beverage. =
Growing Embarrassing Thinks
A hammock, too, was swinging from .
the Plum \yilt' Fail to West ; Rt
{ two rusty lengths of chain; -

Florida. T', The supreme. ,court Is busy tryingto But Jasper neither drank nor "slept- Look for the Red ,Rock Crown on :
/K : clear its docket before the time for he merely sighed for Maine.. HMWUMCOCO

Tallahassee, 7uly Candidates, adjournment I for the summer' vaca Gayly pour the' potent grog in!! bottles. It is your only protection tC

to right of then candidates to left tion.The Drink a health to ,Jasper Noggin, R -
of them! If the rush continues before court had expected to adjourn Pride and boast of Androscoggin,

the season Is out all my friends early in August, but there is still a -In the Commonwealth, of Maine. SOLD FOULED AT ALL GROCERIES. ETC. AND ON DRAUGHT AT ALL FIEST-CLAS3 FOUNTAINS 4 #.
will be candidates for governor, andthe number of cases. to be disposed of. illlX : T

situation'will become embarrassAt The matter of greatest interest ,in' In spite of all the comforts in that .

the court this week was the petitionfor well-appointed fish, ;

At Ocala last week I was Informed writs of habeas corpus in the ice A sight of terra firma was the occu

than Hon. Newton BUtch, member trust cases ,from Jacksonville, which pant's sole wish; Lang, Swartz & Co., Wholesale Distributors, Ocala Fla.
elect of the railroad commission, will the court denied. Several_ opinions In spite of all the luxury of modern ,

surely be a candidate, and on my return were filed, all being in criminal cases; hotel life,

to Tallahassee another bobbed All Jasper did was grumble for a FEDERAL POWER.

serenely up in Jhe shape of former Mr. W. Wade Hampton, of Gaines glimpse of home and wife. .- .

", Senator A. Carson, of Klsslmmee. ville, and Mr. N. P. Bryan and Mr. In vain the whale, in anger, tele- Judge Brewer, of the United States

Mr. BUtch is as strong in the hearts J, N. Stripling were on the train last phoned: "Just look around! Supreme Court, addressed Mondaythe

of Floridians as any man in the state. Thursday ., returning from Quincy, You're trodding on historically celebrated -" State Bar Association of Arkansas -

He is rugged, clean and honest. I do where they had been to argue the ground. and Texas, Texarkana.. He said

: not know" a single objection that could Lake City injunction against the Read the '''notable inscription that is that the tendency of the times is toward :
_; be urged against him. Senator Carsonis board of control before Judge Malone carved upon my spineA giving the national governmentthe Bilious ? "
another" of tne same' sort both are Mr, Bryan and Mr. Hampton were Jubilant ( bit beyond the chandelier)-'H. powers belonging to the states.

men who ire respected throughout the over the dissolution of the injunction Jonah, Palestine.' This, he said is directly: opposedby i

state, anil it is very'unfortunate for by Judge Malone. Mr. Hamp Gayly pour the potent grog in! the spirit of the constitution. He The only sure cure foi

them that they arts not from west ton said: "I don't know how I will Drink a bumper, Jasper Noggin, thinks that it threatens the passing constipation and Biliousnessthat

Florida, where I have already said the be received in Lake City; I've got to Pride and boast of Androscoggin, away of the government of the peopleby is pleasant

_ next governor will come f rom. .. stop there to have the order of the To H. Jonah Palestine!" the people and for the people. He r S and safe is natural

_ Should Senator Carson become, a court decorded, but they know I at deprecated the idea that the Federal ,

candidate he will have the support of least, am consistent in this fight. I But Jasper 'phoned: "Forget it!" and government should regulate divorce,

__ the young governor-maker, W. J, was opposed to the Buckman bill, and the whale In fury cried: polygamy and other such matters. P ANON'lvE:PILLS

Bryan, who managed Governor Brow fought its passage, but they would "With modernest improvements I Apparently he did not allude specifically i.

ard'a campaign, Mr. Bryan being ,his. cram, it, down our throats, now they have fitted my inside; to Federal regulation of insurance AND TONIC PELLETS '
broUier-In-law, 'I'hls fact has lent considerable must take their medicine" I noticed Artistic whale oil paintings all the but his reason for that is obvi- 1

color to the report that Mr. when he got off the train he was met walls within me line I ous enough.In The Pills stir the lazy liver to .,

Carson will be a candidate. very cordially at the depot, althoughhis The carpet is of really unimpeachable the course of his address Judge action-the Tonic Pellets clean .
battier persistent rumor is to the errand could not have been very design, Brewer made .some statements whichare 0

effect that Hon. Jefferson B. Browne, agreeable to the people of Lake City. And yet my parlor boarders soon likely to attract attention. He alluded all impurities out of the body, -4

t who will retire from the railroad commission Mr Bryan said they would begin at grow violent or sad- to John Marshall as the great so that the liver and all the

the first of, January, will, be i once moving the equipment to Gainesville This one's as cross as Jonah! Hang expounder: of the constitution.. The other act :1

a candidate, for congress when Mr.parkman" but I have learned since that the terra firma fad!" keynote of his doctrine was that the organs

term 'tlplr a. It is said Major Thomas had to send teams And he'sobbed in fishy sorrow, and federal government is supreme. Then properly.:6;

f... that Mr. Sparkman is under promiseto from Gainesville to haul it to the cars, he sighed in fishy pain, le. is thus reported to his successor
_ :
r his friends not, to offer, again for as no teams could be obtained in And he landed Jasper Noggin on the : No Griping.. ;
::, congress, but will most probably be Lake City. furthest coast-of Spain.: ,0f Justice 'Taney; who succeeded ._ No Purging -'- :

a candidate for the senate at the next I have felt a great deal of sympathy Gayly pour the potent grog in! 'I Justice Marshall, he said that it had \ 'E-x

_ "go round.:' ,for Lake City in the loss of the Drink a health to Jasper Noggin, ,be.. \.t predicted that Taney would interpret just a natural and

-4 r- I' had a talk with Major' Healey in university but they might just as well Pride and boast of Androscoggin "' the constitution along different common-sense Treatment easy ,
s Jacksonville several days ago, and acknowledge themselves beaten, and Stranded on the coast of Spain. lines from those of Marshall, but which fails
: found him interesting as usual, with accept defeat gracefully, for the mat Thomas R. Ybarra, In New York that prediction failed of verification. never

.: the latest political gossip at his fingertips ter has been accepted" as settled ,Times. Justice.Brewer quoted the Dred Scott to cure 1 -

but as be expressed .it there 1 is throughout the state 'and has narrow '""'- and other, decisions to show that Ta- Special Offer. .R
nothing definite yet,and the 'gubernatorial ed down to a fight between Lake City Only Man'Endures.. ney's views were' strictly in line with
situation is all in the air. There and Gainesville. What do you think endures? the, doctrines of his distinguished Cut the"Little Doctor" out i ;
will be candidates: galore, but when When the Buckman bill was before Do you think the great city endures? predecessor.' and mail of to us, with and the :
name druggist
the time comes the opposing forces the house, Dr. Julian,, representativefrom Or a teeming, manufacturing state "'Taney has been abused, and misrepresented y'uJUayhaveaWeek'sTrdltment'of your I ':, I

r-f will concentrate 'on two men, :and Columbia, opposed it very bit or a prepared constitution ;or the and by reason of the w the Pills and Pellets : ",

i there the fight will be centered.; terly but Mr. Adams' powerful influence best. built. steamships? his career as a justice has been obscured rwith compliments.. ,; .
S *
r i ,with Mr. Gillen's. assistance carried ;
temporarily, said Justice Ramon's Brownie Calendar-Free :
y The ansouncementa that Hon. Ceo. it through the senate.. If :AIr Adams Away! These are to be cherished for Brewer, but now he everywhere i is with Weather Forecasts and Almanac information. ':4 i.

W. Wilson: editor of the 'TlmeJ-Unloh, had opposed it, the, bill would themselves; recognized as a worthy successor ,to purchase of Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets. Given with your firrt ,
'is regaining his health, is gratifying have They fill their hour, the dancersdanc
very never, passed. ,And I as the old the ,great John Marshall, and his decisions Drown Manufacturing Compen-
_ '..i to his hundreds of frieudsthroughout lady said* "If his foresight had been the ,musicians play for will stand as lasting monuments Su Louis. Mo. Gre.n vill..T nn. ,

_ the state. He and Mrs.. as good as his hindsight" he would them; to the history of American ju SOLD BY TYDINGS & COMPANY, OCALA, FLQRIDA,
Wilson have gone north, for the sum have opposed it. I would like very The show passes, all does. well enoughof risprudence., "

mer, and he confidently expects to be much to know if Dr. Julian is human course, It .is unusual- to hear a defense of -

E strong enough* to resume his work by enough to say to those who condemned All does very well, till one flash of Fudge 'Taney from such a source, and
fall. him for defiance. -THE-
fighting the billy "I told > especially that the Dred Scott decis-
I have known, Mr.:, Wilson, since my you so." The great city} is that which has the ion was in line with the doctrines of
childhood and have always had a There is greatest man or, woman
;: no folly greater than fight jOhn Marshall. Judge Brewer did not Hardware t
for his honesty his ability ing Ifit be a ,few ragged'huts it Is Marion
high regard an accomplished fact; the uni still allude to the fact that in the adoptionof ) Conpijy

_ and the. admirable qualities thatgave versity at Gainesville is an accomplished the greatest city in the whole the Thirteenth, Fourteenth .and

a him his..high place ,among men. fact-Lake City might as well world. fifteenth amendments the doctrine of t ',

His break-down was 'a matter of per.sonal accept it as such. -Walt, Whitman. the Dred Scott case was entirely disregarded -

regret- and I rejoice, at the auii -JEFFERSON BEL4; but he said a desire to centralize -HEADQUARTERS -. .
Bryan in London.Mr. .
-" Bryan never appeared to better power in Washington was re American Wire Fencing, ,, .
1I ,... "- sponsible for them. With many," he _
The Answers Got, Mixed., Preacher's Duty, to the Stat advantage than when in advocacy of said, "there seems a disposition pracically SashDoors and Blinds
Senator Frye, in an address at Cas- International arbitration he addressedthe
to eliminate state lines, and '
tine, Me., told a story of a Castine "I wish now to with all the Interparliamentary Union on relegate states to the position of large Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, -

_ editor. clearness and emphasis possible my Tuesday. He is a convinced opponentof centers with nearly all authority in .

"In your beautiful and quaint town conception of a preacher's duty as a war, and his subject was peace, or, Washington." Judge Brewer declared ',' : Mill and Mining Supplies! ; L Lf
of Castine" he said, "there was once patriot-his obligation and responsibility what is the same thing, the means of _
himself emphatically for the rights o '
# an, editor who ,received at about this to the state: averting war., The speaker and the the states that are not delegated.It '. Turpentine Supplies, .. -

$ season two inquiries from subscribers. "1. His call and consecration to theme had the entire sympathy of the is unquestionably true that since -> .
The first subscriber was the the ministerial office does not absolve audience, and Mr. Bryan's climax, Improved Farming Tools] i.
,f the cival war there has been a marked :
mother of twins and she wanted to him from the sacred duties of citi when, pointing to the painting of Nelson's tendency to fncrease the powersof GET OUR PRICES _-'
know how to bring her little ones zenship. The high functions of an death scene he declaimed, "
,, the government. The su
safely through the trying ordeal of American freeman he ought to exercise "There is as much inspiration in a preme court has resisted this tendency
teething. The second subscriber, a with patriotic fidelity and under noble life as in 'a heroic death," must
in many cases, but not in all. Recent
farmer, wanted to know ,how to rid the sanctions of a Christian 'con have recalled to Americans presentthe Marion
decisions By a majority, have Hardware ,
his orchard of grasshoppers. science. triumphant moment of the "cross made the constitution largely dependent Company

"The editor in the 'next weeks Issue "2. But as he sustains the same of gold" passage in the Chicago for its 'operation in new ,possessions

answered these questions to the pastoral and spiritual relation to men speech ten years ago. ,on the will of congress, thoughit -- _-.. --
best of his ability but unfortunatelyhe of different and divergent political At his best Mr. Bryan on his feet
is certain that precisely the contrary
= mixed up the sobriquets underwhich views he should never be active In could :not fail to please a British audience was intended. Judge Brewer said It Will

;: the'two,inquirers had requested party politics.- The mitre and the but upon this occasion he he did not believe that the framersof Education MailIbkavfetboiMorfaiiploTmeottorettaefo

them to address them. Thus it crown should never encircle the same won the enthusiastic applause of a the constitution meant to conferon by
-4 came about:;that the mother of teething brow; the crozier and the scepter cosmopolitan assemblage. The peopleof -
the government a power to secure PayYou1! e&tJoD. UW1&IelllJ
twins got, for answer: should never be wielded by the same this country will rejoice to have colonies, and govern them as Book-keeping, Ae4dmetle psntiowetadrlo&toou., JJehr Geometry
'Cover them carefully with ,straw hand. been so creditably represented, and conquered errmmuaheooele,ftfi4mfti, yftotrT,f A ,"**..
j'c Tk....
provinces without allowing theman r (Ur Tuctt Vf 1UU. Tfeacben ,...
fire' "4. they are permitted to.enjoy the So ram amln.n" .in .
< and set. to them and the littlepests The moral phases of all public some of IUceea.ctkgee
f : equal voice In the government. His fs&Addneylo I.1IUI.ES.ralatka.F1aHELP -
after, Jumping about in the questions are legitimate themes of what novel pleasure' agreeing with You have Real -
hearers understood him; to mean ,that any Estate
4 t flames a few minutes will speedilybe pulpit discourse and cause for ministerial every word Mr. Bryan ,said. A resort the constitution should follow the flag IF to sell, ,
settled.. solicitude. to commission, of inquiry and mediation ..
Christianity is
But it must be remembered that Judge. I
-To the farmer pestered with present day religion. Its vital principles before: taking up arms is a coon Brewer OR IS OFFEREDTO
speaks a minority of the
grasshoppers, the editor's advice :was; are the rules for daily life and sel of such wisdom, and beneficencethat supreme, court as now constituted. Y, u're thinking of coming WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE. <'
"Give a little castor oil and rubtheir the highest inspiration to.noblest en there can hardly be two opinions I IF to Florida 3
Courier for We
Journal a home.
earnestly request all :
gently deavor. about it in fully civilized lands. The young p-t,1
gums; three hours with Whatever violates those grin
A sons no matter how limited their _
ring" ciples and therefere; Imperils, thE Individual further: declarations of the Union in OR means or education who wish to ob- I
Black Coffee.
and the state, we' must an respect to limiting contraband ,to ( tain a thorough business training anda : i
!*> Brave Woman Wanted. tagonize with all the uncompromisingfirmness actual munitions of, war, and to the For after dinner coffee allow two You desire to inyest any good position to write by FIRST j

The following appeared recently 'in of"a Hebrew prophet and all exemption from the, risks ,of war ofprivate rounding tablespoons .of powdered IF kind of Florida property, mail for our GREAT HALF RATE i

the New York Globe under Female the Intrepid earnestness of a divinely property at sea, are no less coffee' to each cup of boiling water \ OFFER.Success, independance and probable J
Help Wanted:' ordained apostle."-Bishop Calloway.. sound and salutary. They are in accord Dip the 'strainer or filter Into cold TO SEE fortune are guaranteed. ))vn't delay. :t

'WANTED-A_ .brave young nom an with the modern views that wars water, put in the coffee and pour the OR Write today. .
a. public relation between' boiling water on slowly. Have coffeepot
; of attractive personality physique Russell 'Sage. governments Macon. Ga. ,
T'- which should little stand in 'a pan of hot water to ,
to present a trained lion; salary to This, then, is the _sum and substance ,as as possible
begin $100 per week; former elperience 'of the fame of this multimillionaire affect private subjects or ,citizens keep the coffee hoWe J. H.lIVIHGSTON John Sharp Williams says the tariff ,S
J imnecessary. Inquire Bostock's of 9Q years, that with extraordinary of the belligerent powers.-New York SONS will be the principal issue in 1908. ::i

: Arena. Dreamland, Coney Island, Sat skill and .unwearying 'industry Times; have, reduced the prices on all '"

-*- urday, ,11 o'clock a.*m. he piled dollars upon'dollars until The famous White House shoes for summer dry goods.: Inspect our ,stock OCALA FLORIDA. We handle the famous White House
he had a hundred millions ladles and gEt our prices. We'c n save you
andkept and gentlemen and the Shoes, for ladles and and
Busteras gsntlemer
-4 i.,; s Five hundred gold moulded records it all till the hand.of..death w Brown shoes .for girls and boys cannot money... The Faire x FOR SALE CHEAP-Ore ,thousandlive the Buster Brown shoes for girls and
Just inn Genuine gold moulded at 25c. laid upon him,-Rochester ( : 'oak fence i
N: Y. posts alto
) two
be ; t1-a\JU'J-
surpassed in:the city for hoys. These linta3_CanDct be aurpass.ei
: 1
Think,of it!. Ocala Furniture Co. x PostExpress. Prsi.dentevelt is determined ani red bay., cherry'
I quality and price. The F 1r. x' to enforce he cedar boards for quality and price. Com in and '
law., B. H.
Seymour Oeal ,Fla.
,714121fe see them. The Fair.f xs.Y

'",:-i. ..... -.., :6.- i, 4
= O- ,
v '" .
; "" J' .i' 7 _
':' 'p-.- 1 f-: f'f:: ;' i'- ,'"#- "..i'"ow, f,<:- ,, ..,.-....,, .".,.,,_ >"i ki ,!; .",':J *.. V .., _'. F _
: "' -- "" '" i '
.::-,.._::..' _'_;: ?t1"1_: ,,_ ,_ ,, _, ,1;_,.,= ,:::,:'.. ,,,' ---\'f.--;:,.;,<'''','- "J---"' "' -: fic.f '-'oJ'''"',--',--'- "''I,!.,'i{ .'.-.. -. t"'i' -"':-=- ","": -"'"''-':''', ,J;_>,#/-,;_'
-:: ; : ,, : ,- ,, r: !_.,-.':_'!\2: ,,; ,_,: ,_-- {, _(:,<:< ,,' ,:..._,. ':-,:-.:,"":'.__' ---f.', "':=-':''':-:;..-._,: _,*.,.,';,r. _' ,'
Ii -

: : .rdk
% t
.,.o., ?4"tN' '.'
< .
;' r.lf ... :., .
; .
is fl: :" '

.... .

:' "t.,'''3' ,' ,. 'J, ":- .

:-.g .. ,t
''' .
," .'.fk .. .

.. ,





J .
t jtfKIMGS' ABOUT TOWN Thursdays Afternoon' *Excursions.' An August Marriage. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. Doings of the Board of Trade. Co':y parative 'Rainfall.'i a -:!

Mr.. E. B. Duncan, the Atlanticoast "vv._i:34't' "' j J-
'.. \{. News was received in this"city that In addition to the items printed in '. ,',3so. .1906.Jannaq .

} Line's popular and efficient Rev. Sam White pastor of the Chris- Males. yesterday's paper,. it was announcedthat ." ;;' ,.J'.i1.014.16
at Ken- ...;
J"" Ej ,0,,'G:;piin, ,postmaster ? .1('.-." .....; '.
*' agent, has arranged for Thursday afternoon tian ,church' in this city was married 1. ,Budert H. B. the '
-"'wi'in oWn Wednesday. cornerstone of the new courthouse February;, :_ '.. :-49: 1.65

ne'"road crusher is doing good rain, will leave Ocala on regular Dyal, yesterday afternoon at the 3. Davis Sam.. y ceremonies the masons having the April. ? ., ... ". 1.94 .33

q'ODJhe court house. train,. No. 3$', and will return on, a home, of the bride, at a quarter after 4. Edward;.Rev. W. C. same in charge. It is, proposed that a May. 4.06 '1.40

(-'i' .. special same afternoon about 8 or one o'clock. It was a pretty home 5. Falloman M. A. big barbecue be given under the aus- June. .. . ., 6.19 10.36

8:30. A nice coach will be provided, wedding.The 6. Gren, Rev. R. G. pices of the .board of trade and all '
p The'iooon ,shone last night and July. .. .. 6.79 15.42
*"'" Vu'&o indication of rain. and more if the Thursday's afternoon bride is the daughter of Mr. 7. Herbert Mr. and :Mrs. Sidney. the people from all parts of the coun- -

; excursions become popular and the Thomas Dyal, a prominent citizen .8 Hoston, Sam. ty be invited to participate in theday's 30.13 44.52
.... ,
rev' patronage will justify It. -- "" '
Lloyd, the Inverness, attor- and is a, lady of sweet accomplish:: 9. Holland, Rufus. doings.
"i:'wis regstered. ..at the Montezuma This arrangement wills give. the meats' and will add materially to the 10. ,Hirs, William: The Dunnellon board of trade was The accident that befell Mrs. Mc-
clerks and others an opportunity to social life of our city. Mr White is a 11. Larretts, Nartharn. invited to meet the railway commIs- Conn is the most remarkable on rec-

.t.i1; :"., enjoy! the afternoon, this popular very popular pastor and is highly 12. Milton, Sarnie. sioners during theIr' visit to Ocala ord. It is said while coming from her
!;l7i ln( J.'Ik,Ensell, who owns a beau. resort, take a bath In its itranslucidand esteemed here by all denominations.Mr. 13. Marison, Archie. Mr. Strauss called the attention of home near the Withlacoochee 'river,

: :f-t." *" on Lake Bryant is spend- refreshing waters and return at 14. Moor M. L. the board of trade to the building of her horse took fright at some object

lJOT- early bedtime. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk who 15: Willie. and threw her with such violence
.: i fey days in Ocala. Moon the G. & G. railway from Fairfield to
"" n \, Ocala is due Mr: Duncan a vote of, attended the great gathering of Elksat 16. Ross, Walter Tampa, and asked that a committeebe against a pine tree that her leg 'Was

&jtrL.W-D. Tompkins. returned thanks and the same is hereby tendered Denver, are home again. They hada 17. Waters Jessie. appointed to confer with the managers broken and the bone imbedded into

; him. great 'trip. They saw the highest Wade J. S. tie tree to the depth of an inch and
t ;s trip to Micanopy yesterday T& and try and have the road deflected .
/-'>4 -." point on the Rocky Mountains and 19. Woodall, Alonzo. in the direction of Ocala. a half, and was broken off. The unfortunate

arte1'lOOJL-?-, :- The marriage of Miss Rebecca Bos- made a tour of the Yellowstone Park 1. R. C. Bullard, From D. L. 0. The president of the board will appoint woman was brought ; to
iPi ?
iFJMr/Bat", T Lanier- the best posted well, of. Lakeland, and Mr. James and saw the great lakes. In every 2 Nelson, Willie. J a committee for- said purpose.Mr. Ocala and Dr. Walter Hood took out

; Malcolm McCaskill of Bartow took way 'their visit was a most'pleasant inches of the fractured
in politics in south Florida is up Females. Rawls moved that a suitable seven bone.
I Id place at the Methodist church in one. Their friends are glad to see 1. Boynton Mrs. John L. number of the new constitution and At last accounts Mrs. McConn was
irom ..Tatares.ppT ,
)" _- I' Lakeland Wednesday night. It was a them back. 2. Biner, Mrs. Dealia. I by-laws be printed. still living. A chip off the tree with

'Mr,3E.-R; Nelson, secretary of the beautiful event and was attended ,bya 3. "Cary, Emma.. \ the. bone imbedded in it is on exhibi
,' Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, one of the
r ocatZReaI,Estate agency, is off on large number of the friends of the 4. Cook, Flornch, Notice to Property Owners in Second tion at Dr. Hood's office.
proprietors of the Palmetto Park .
': Mother business trip. young couple. The bride is well 5. Dallas, Jannie E. Ward. ,
'. Stock farm, and Mr. Hugo Russell,
' known in Ocaia and her friends here 6. Davidson, Mary. The Board of Health of the city of Mrs. W S. Miilner of St Petersburg

Y4yMrsEdward Holder after a pleas- wish her every possible happiness in manager, returned Wednesday visit from 7,. Mrs. Fernander Ocala hereby gives notice to property who has oeen here on a visit to
J a few days' business to Alachua
1'- ailvlsltin'this' ; city, returned to her her future life.. Mr. and Mrs. } cCaskill i 8. Flowers Mrs. Mary. owners, tenants or agents, In ward Mr. ,and Mrs. M. B. Saunders left

';yeme,in":Dunnellon yesterday. are at home to their friends at county. 9. Gadson, Annie. No. 2 of the city of Ocala, that they yesterday for Ocala, where she will

IgV .. 1 Bartow. 10. Grant, Luviner, must have all weeds ;removed from spend a few days with friends. From
Nixon Capt. E. L. Carney Marion's popular ..
L'Mnt... 'and little son, of 11. Grier, Mrs. Lilly. their respective lots and sidewalks, Ocala she will return here and after
|,G feesviile[ who have been visiting Prof. W. J. Borden, who was up and efficient tax collector who ,
& notice
12. Gibson Mrs. Ollie. without further ; and on failure another with Mrs. Saunders, will

fi: 1:. 1'e8' in' this city, returned homeI'febrday. from Oxford Wednesday, is sth for has been abed for some days, was 13. Gibson, Mrs., Ollie. so to do :section 39 of the health go to Archer and other points. Mr. ,
Watson's able to be at his office Wednesday
.. Tom Watson and Maga 14. Liferiage, Mrs. Mary. ordinances of the said city of Ocala Milner who is a Presbyterian min.
'" zine. He thinks Tom is when he much to the delight of his friends.Mr. .
r right 15. Miss Merry, Mery. making rules and regulations for the ister of note, is in charge of the St. _,

o: Flirs; Robert Taylor and children says the. people are less informednow business 16. Mitchell Mrs.' M rea. public,health, will be rigidly enforced Petersburg church. He has been
Port V. Leavengood
I ffeat down to Eustis yesterday to than they were in the "good old of'ab
of the Ocala Banner, who 17. Mitchel, Hattie. which provide severe penalties. granted a thirty-days' leave -

;ipend. a while with her parents. days .before the war." But we nave has manager been visiting Savannah, Jacksonville 18. Moore, Lillie A. 'If the property owners, agents or sence, during which time he will visit
habit of thinking that the tl
-- a "golden Minnie. tenants will have the weeds in New New and
Mrs. placedin
I!;{ St. Augustine and other cities 19., Payton, points York Jersey
:t'IMr.!.E. C. Dorsey, is temprarily re- era" was always in the distant pastor 20. Perry, Mrs. James. piles that the same will be Ohio. Gainesville Sun.A .
is back at his post of duty once more.
adias at Crystal River and is bav- a long way in the distant future.
21. Root, Seea Winge. carted beyond the city limits free

:,111; 'a fine. time landing tarpon andWetter Somehow we seem to think it is nev- Contractor Milner is building & 22. Scott, Mamie. of expense to the lot owners, tenantsor stranger from the country got his
in the We love to deceive
'big' fish. er now. 23. Waren, Luceal. agents If the same is done on or fingers caught in the electric buzz fan 3
':';-'t' ourselves.Mr. small pleasure craft which he will .
put into Silver Spring ,run when it 'is 24. Whiticle, Merion. before Saturday August 4th, 1906. yesterday at Mr. Allen Bridges' ,establishment I

'DIrs' ,, Neilson ,and pretty little babes 25. Williams, Searh. By order of the Ocala: Board of and had them' quite severely -
J. P. Richardson writes us that completed.Mr. .
[ will }leave tomorrow for Atlanta: !tie*has had a most pleasant and prof- 26. Woodard, Mrs. Ella. Health. E. VAN HOOD, Jacerated. Mr. Charles Rhein:1:: -

,here they :willl Spend the remainder P. M. President. also understand had of
rounded GEO. C. CROM, aver we one _
-- itable trip to Georgia. Having George K. Robinson left yes-
the summer, Ocala Fla. Wards three and four will lie takenup his These electric !
<<:: fingers slightly nipped. .
up his business, he will enjoy a terday for Gainesville where he goes '
"- in due time. fans like buzz 1
few weeks of leisure in the moun to visit his brother, Hon. Walter Rob- are something a
:aldra.L ,1. Williams, the "fish king"et Eczema. saw; they are not to, be monkeyedwith.
tains. He the Georgia people inson.
Homosassa, was a pleasant visitor says For the good of those suffering with In Self Defense .

.,.;.Saturday. Besides being a "fish, king" made stacks of peaches, but suffered eczema or other such, trouble, I wishto Major Hamm, editor and manager' of .. -<,!
<:" '< material harm from the scarcity of Mr. J. B. Simonton of Micanopy, $
ft be 18.e. "salt of the earth." ?- say, my .wife had something( of the Constitutionalist, Eminence, Ky., Mr. A..Pheiffer, of AnthonY; was -i' :a
'! cars. At Adairsville he saw as manyas who ,has a peach orchard at Adairs- M '
:; ,
.: that kind and after using the doctors'remedies when he was fiercely attacked, four Ocala yesterday. He says he quit An- ,l
,i1ir. Tom 'J. Prftchett, of, Candler twenty carloads stacked up and ville, Ga., is quite sick with typhoid concluded to
for time
.some years ago by Piles, ,bought a box ofBucklen's thony and tried his fortune in many
:member of the democratic county ex- rot before cars could be obtained. fever.
try Chamberlain's Salve and it Arnica Salve, of which' he places in south Florida,. but found no

cutiTe committee, orange and truck There were'so few present- Wednes- Miss Sue Barco, who has-been vis- proved to be better than anything she says: "It cured me in ten days 'and place so good.as Anthony, and has returned

.,..wet... represented his section in had tried. For sale, by all druggists. "
day to attend the meeting of the iting friends in the city for several : no trouble since. Quickest healer of to his "first love" entirely satisfied '

Saturday. Farm Burns, Sores, Cuts and Wounds.. 25c to make it his permanent home.
:.:r Fourth Class postmasters that the ef- days, returned to Sunny Slope
,,- Mr John Gamble and sister of at Tydings' drug store. Anthony is blessed, with good lands
i.l.'Ta:y: e8 less;; flavors perfectly." fort' to hold a meeting was aban yesterday.Mr. Dunnellon will spend a month in the and good farmers.

?,That's'why: housekeepers everywhere doned. Those present were the followIng mountains of North Carolina. They Hon. W K/Zewadski has removed .. i

[ ::ire, demanding Blue Ribbon Lemon : J. C. Pillans Electra; John Clifford Anderson, with the
Ocala yeterday on
at passed through from Ocala to Springfield Ill. wherehe MJ"lex Moorhead is building four
k acd;Vanilla ..extracts.Young T. Lewis, Moss Bluff; O. G. Olin, Buttgenbach Phosphate Company 1
their way and his excellent family will make miles of railroad for the Crosby-Roess
. is brief visit.- ,
Holder on a
't Kendrick; J. A. Hicks, Lynne.Mr. up
their future home Mr ZewadskI was Lumber Company of Martin but says-
p5 Mr: W. J. Bryan has failed Mr. J. A. Crews, the successful traveling -
7 ti va"s -> *- Senator-elect Withers, of '" Lake one of Florida's ablest ,lawyers and the rains-are "too inany" for him, and
[{ : gain to secure a conviction againstthJacksogvllie t Sanford Jewett, who recentlysold 'representative of the Times-
county, was among our prominent best citizens and his removal deeply he has been compelled to suspend '
;'t ice trust. visitors Wednesday. regretted by his hosts of friends operations, for a while.
|>sbid;} Young;; and ambitious,! and, his, has accepted a postion with J, that popular newspaper in Ocala throughout the state, all of whom

name 1shVJ Bryan. !fool 1 J. Gerig of the Postoffice drug store. Fort yesterday. Sto'
'; .t\.,. Mr. Jack Bassett, a McCoy wish him health and prosperity in his Ocala has not had a real furious
He arrived yesterday and his friends visitor
r. pioneer was a
''" \ new home.-Gainesville Sun, storm in more than twenty years. It
!, '4edold'. building4 Just north. of thelrifer will find him at this popular estab- Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clements... of Dun
I. is about time we were having one,
:: task; at] the 'Seaboard Air Line lishment. nellon, passed through Ocala ye ter-
f Dr. H. A. Reaves, formerly with and the weather looks threatening
:$ de collapsed' yesterday afternoon.It -- The. board of governors of the day en route for a visit to Asheville
the West Lumber Company of Levon, enough for almost kind of an
."! ,:was an abandoned.. ...bulldingandl y Mr. W. W, Jackson a former mem- board of trade will meet this .after- N. C., where they will be gone for any
now of Inverness, twas a prominent outbreak. Be. prepared for it. when it
board of commissioners .
*d'n9t,been occupied for some time. ber -pf. the, county: noon. sore weeks. "
visitor here Tuesday: He has just re-
j,. a member of, the .Marion
turned from Valdosta, where he has .
, cat; ,Robt. D."'llarrlson. ot; Lees- Camp of Confederate Veterans, and Mrs John Edwards and her daughter Maj. L. T.; Izlar has purchased the -
been on a business trip. .Mr. Frank Caldwell is just back
:.1'b 'was ln,, Ocala yesterday. ,He iso an all-round farmer of Electrarepre- ) Ava Lee, went down to popular John Dozier place in' the first ward : / r
from .the Ocklawaha river and "fiat
t at" hs old home in the Cotton sented .is section in' Ocala' Wednes Lake; Weir yesterday afternoon. recently vacated by. Maj.. 0. W. Rea ,
pit, .Mr. Rpbt W, Sanders, "the origi woods" :country .and he says it Is in
::, settlement:: HeMs looking'exJll gan. !
School Superintendent Tur- nal," was in Ocala yesterday., He says a nasty condition-mud and slush galore -
\treDi l but his.old wounds County '
,* says, i i ; Dunnellon continues to like the and water to the of the
Ocala's board of. trade/is active and grow << up top
<< visitor to
:are giving him trotJble.. ner, of Citrus county was a Capt. James Cribbett, the success-
.,' ? work for "banyan" tree. But it can't do other buggy most of the distance.
s. always ready to do. good the "Brick City" Wednesday.Mr. ful orange 'grower of Largo,,was' shak-
Mri. John f R. litaitin'and' children, the up building of the city It leaves ing hands with his Ocala friends Mon wise. It has such hustlers.These '
that will in' ----:- Whit Palmer is delighted wtih St.
t. iofl ,e been, <,at the: ';'Breakers at'Seabreeze no stone unturned anyway Forney Lancasterreturned day.
|; \) for several'' weeks; will retain materialize to the interest of yesterday from a business trip to :warm days suggest Ice Petersburg. Whit is a bright boy and

Flavor it with Blue Ribbon day he will be heard from in a
the city. Jacksonville.. resi- cream. some .
home the latter part of this : Dr. Blalock has purchased a
Vanilla extract and get the "Blue Rib- mannerthat will be entirely pleasingto
: R ek and later will go to Georgia dence on Ocklawaha .avenue, from

'ff Q=a. couple of. months. Major T. ,D, Lancaster is back froma There 'was born yesterday to Mr. Mrs. Packham and will take Immediate bon Flavor." Nothing just like it. ,the stat = ;' "' :

<:, ...... camping. tour. on the gulf. He enjoyed and Mrs. R. A. Witter a fine little possession of same. .r I

.";Wit.. .j. Ht Brinson' Is in the city it immensely and is looking in daughter.Mr. Genial Frank Clarkson of Jacksonville Mr. W. T* Gandy, a prosperous

He does not look who counts his friends by the trucker of Grand Island near Lake
t,on j business for'Rollins College at excellent, feather. Mathews Mr. Ed Freymouth is sinking a well ,
in the civil Charles has now a in town in Florida is Eustis. was an Ocala visitor. Tuesday -
'i Inter' Park. He leaves today, forLeesburg like be was a veteran > at Coleman for Mr. T. J. Wicker, one score every a
position with the Tr W. Smith Hardware late arrival at the Ocala House ,, He gives a good account of his
} from which point he' will war., of the vegetable, kings of that pros- *
Company, section. .
.i.salicipatronage, ; for this 'excellent perous ,section.
.J. by Mr. R. W Erwin the insurance
l institution from Sumter and Lake Mr. editor of the
J.. A. Hicks; the, efficient postmaster man census enumerator and pedagogue Mr. Jack Randall brought in a dozen -
Fruit Grower and Trucker
Florida Mr. Clifford Ayer came down from
:4conntfes.. been Palm Beach at Lynne, was a .visitor to ucala was shaking hands with his fine sheep yesterday which he will
: who has visiting McIntosh yesterday afternoon and

'hMlss'Gertrude' Pereda leaves today Miami, Seabreeze Jacksonville, At- Wednesday. will spend today ,in Ocala with his Ocala friends yesterday.: put on a pasture and from time. to
Lime sell to.Messrs. ,Ollie & Smith.
O ,S(;: Louis, Mo;: to make that city lantic Beach and other points, re- parents.
Mine Host of the Clearwater, Verona
Cher .
,. ;home. Miss Pereda will be very turned home yesterday. Montezumayesterday. .. J" .... Mr. Charley Peyser is getting out
Inn of the
L 6eauy missed by the young people was. a guest,. Hon. Syd L. Carter: of Gainessville, another brand of cigar which is des- Mr. George Dittmer, superintendentof

:,,pt. >cala.. as well as' by her older1Mendaad Mr. Bryan commends King Edwardas passed through Ocala yesterday for tined to become as famous as his the Buttgenbach Phosphate Company

; alt; hope "that, ,she .will, a great ,man and a great ruler. for Dunnellon, where he will spend to- "Royal" and "Milo Deyo." was a prominent visitor to our
Mr W. S. Pike left yesterday
11; e:as frequent'Visits;? That British candor-which condemnsthe city Tuesday.
_. .., day.
L 'C Sea breeze.- where he goes to join Mrs. ..
.' 4 A : hang of Mr. Bryan's frock coat Mr Albert Anson Graham; the
; Pike. ., Rev. Tom Cooper, of Flemington
i'Carter.H, Dame,,pf Urals, state or- will scarcely pronounce his courtesy -, Mr. E. B. Duncan Atlantic CoastLine across the river journalist, was in our visitor" the of
to Ocala last
was a
;>ta 1Zer for the Woodmen of the a misfit.-World. Worfk on the new court house is agent, has returned from a business sanctum yesterday long enough to

!!rorld, is again in the -city, after ance progressing very satisfactorily despite trip to Jacksonville. say "Howdy." the month. .

., a .s l of, several days. Mr.. Dame, Mr. and' Mrs. F. A. Teague, Mr. the rains: -

.; : .succeeded in considerably Sam Teague Miss Jean Teague and I Mrs. J. G. Spurlin and her daughter Miss Jeanette McCreary is visiting Mr. JIm' Blair of Oklawaha represented Ocala

<)' .bfl8thening the local camp of the two little. children left- Wednes- Mr. D. S. Anderson, of the Ocala Miss Sallie Spurlin returned yes- her mother at Micanopy his popular. section' "In' -
:*.odmen here during the past threeGainesville day for Seabreeze, where, they will Iron: Works, is back from; a business terday from a visit to North Carolina.Mr. Tuesday.

Sun. spend 'a fortnight at the Breakers.Mr. trip to Alabama. < Mr. C. S., Cullen is' back from an .
returned Mr. Jim 'Jos lyn. the Lake
1 ..' _. Mala Houghton has inspection of the phosphate mines. .
on a shopping
'*. and MrS.. .W: H* Marean Mr: J. C. Pillans, a prominent citi- Judge Bullock' says the Wekiwa from a visit at ,.Apopka where he "'. orange grower came-up .
tour Tuesday. '
,-\ijMarean-; of this 'city,, arid Mrs zen of Electra was transacting busi- Springs are in fine condtiIon. They went Ito see some school friends. Miss Jessielu Martin has returned i ,

!? .elpwens&\ of Pensicoia, who ness in Ocala Wednesday. He Is hold never ov rfiow. : from a delightful visit to Lake Weir.: 0
'chie '. farm.That's .
Ocala Is to nave a en
:",een. at Seabreeze, for the past ing his years'well.. Mr. James ,Sims, the cattle raiser

tot 'returned. home Wednesday I> ANTED-Two-good teamsters and of Esmeralda Island, Lake county, Mr and Mrs. Handlesman are back right. All- sorts of Industriesare

: rnoon., They bad a cottage,at thehand Mr. W. L. Goodwyn; the affable two good work hands. to help was a visitor to Ocala Saturday., from a visit, to Green Springs. needed.. .

': enjoyed their stay Im.fsel traveling, representative of the Richmond around a. milL. Apply, to ,W. ..J. f f ?

..., ...,... )': '.and all were, very much Paper Company is In the city Lohrlg, 64 W. Broadway, Ocala.> Miss Etta Hood is 'in- Ocala. visiting. Mr. S. W.' Petteway ;represented -Mr. 'Dan M. Barco .of ''Yarlel'wu.* -'
.,., .,,}fedby their' stay.. .', : interviewing the printing offices: "" "s 8.2 tf :, Miss Mary 'Juhan.. \ Dunnellon in Ocala yesterday. ; ; a visitor to Ocala?Tuesday.

i*y* ; ..: ., ,
', .
< ..
-e .r-i. :'. F .' ." ,- .. ,
: .tk..g. -
5 't
-' .
; 'lff
':; ; e

'A. \: J,ft"'It,-. a

,,:',.' ,.}-...:...t,-;Wt''i.. '"=! r t.-' .." .'..:;!., -." -..Iiit'" J'*_ "-.., ...."" ,,- :
:: "" "
,. .
> ." :: { ;'C'--':,>?' '" .,;, \j.f i-i;'' ":
,0"i i:':;; ,..: / : ":;" ;-:'';:.. $"'.;';''''';;;i,4i; ,. ;- :.t .:64.". 4 ; ;c.,. '\, -g 1f, .j: 4C ,j
: t : -
: .'.,.7.Q 2" '_"":",-''.lz: ,_,',:-::_",<'.,'c-. ';,:>...--;",.,..'!$;.t'\-'",'.':-.-,-,,-.::': >,;':', r ;;,".'.0"_;.-......,.-.".."g.-."""'.'.'?Jt<.,.:...-,... >':, :.::'':'_.'_! ",':;""<:'--jj,,,_; *,,',,"":;1[",>-ir'-,-,.. ..\('i


'.- .'.' .' -.'.;. '. -: 4' ; "' :: ..: .;' ''- .:..: : :' '' ........;,, .: '-- .': .-' :. :'' ,:''' '- > 'C-'C:7,""' '....-.-.. ',,;,,,'<', :' ':''-';;:', ",,'<';':.. <'c'
.' : i _'' + -- '" "- ; .c' :; ,7-, -Tf"-
-' ; -''-' ,? ,';_, :'_.. -' tr' '- _' '. '- ,. .._ -t. < :: r' .:.?_ : : : ,' :'!!' .3
; r"'o'z.5'r' '. :: :r. {" ,. ._' ,, ; : ", ;
> :; '-.i' > .t.-t" .> :: ::-'J > :" : .F.. _:_ :{ :"' :'' 'y:4. ; ': . :: : : "' -f"if > .. ; '
: : : "" .
-' ,'J'f.t- < : : : : ,: ; : ,. : < ;: ,.... :> A".i 'f .... 'ui'! "B
; : \ 9f ip-V i-fc J, <} -
: : : !
.. '" .s. '>. r ; ,/+ : _:. ... ; 'i- .. (j. h '; .
.... i' t : ? .
s;':: ';' :''JF.; 'm ffi.. ',:: :: ,, ,< ; 'i.-. ,, .r. "" '" {,. ,. \.r ,. ..1t.it {,i.1 ::jt" 't- -e
,. '
'' <
: -li":>J( : ir _' 'i : Y" '< .E. .r; -1'i" :
'" : = ""
: "' .' "
vyu -e." .
,0 : .:- ;. <\- -
: ; : .. N1t' "f' ., '-., l' ,..
,, .
> fj.'i' .. -- .
:> ". ,rz:1: ,


} '1 I : ;:. THE ,UCALA BANNER -5 ,--, p. Wall, heretofore : : -% .' ? ;" :'.. ....!: ?'

'. ;., """"" ):!L '_ in iis.ten-coiuinn'.volley nred"fattheeditor v i don't" make no
: dUTunce
1j. : :: "; of the stsate treasury In. the August number.. of one respect Mr Alfred Bit, | : ; ter'

;.; ,zt -..:' ,,: '' FRANK. .HARRIS. ,' Editor! UX 'of the Macon: (Ga.) Telegraph, ; ., but who' Is now a Thomas A::>,Edlsoalgives' ', philanthropy was noted' in I whether wori' is roun' or fiat;': ,
_ Ii' *- *'4 --* 't'" y&f } leadin" jrid.
; gnestioad .
? starts
t. :: '-" Man Mr; Watson out by sating: rankS some columns ago in the me is how
.P.IV.' Le, vengdod'Business J .ter. ; in the rear be 'opUmisticsviews-that are some days ,
: :';. '...:.' ) "Prior to the civil war the people : Dr. E. C._ Crill for' portant not only in themselves, : of his will .surpassed in orig. stan' steady *pon top of it l

; : : of the.south were 'a well-educated +:state has'read -his brilliant associate Cecil ,Many.a.time w'en. a polltciz fInk
.! senator the identity .their. author;"Ther ;; ; -
-ii : constituency, for they were constantly de. officer is a-seekin' of hrttF it
the democratic; party Inventor believes that ., ,
aL 'r- listening 'to the best- debaters to years honored pim working toward the uplift of Belt left six millions with which des'a twitch, of de, rheumatism, or: "

..;' such .men"as Clay and Webster, and sign.dat ',de eo'nflel needs hoeiif?;
T,'> to" Tallahassee" to boring man and that we, are the "cape to Cairo -railway

4 i Calhoun, to Stephens and Toombs'andBen the people. The Hon. ,on .the verge off: another grew lines because he be- Oar's one thing ter say in favor'

: :Hfll.to Walter Colquitt, Herschel ,to', the .News :which :of4tka,world'ablistorygcannot: &a "_"br, Jhe., romotioii..,axon > satanJvren he go ter church he

; : y 4- v ;Johnson and ose'plTE.4: "Blown, Id ? and reliable, I derstand why anyone .in .the and, furtherance generally bjz' eye. wi3e"open wfiilst 3e \( ,;

: John Randolph-;George McDuffie: and not support some of I States 'should think the poor and( telegraphs; Including ,den 31s.sleepin' thoo,'de sermon; ., 1

Sergeant Prentiss. In wnicn .respect, in chance for success 'is less telegraphy, or other methods De only way you kin git some, la1 i i

: "Stupid indeed was the citizen who fact that the nominees used t3.'be. In'' his' opinion, the* of persons, goods and ter travel; de road ter heaved -

was not well informed upon state! vote, 'his vote is im tion is jest the contrary -civ1fiation will 'best be ad teem dot. milk en honey's tt'l

and national 'affairs.; The voter who his position is unfortu "I would rather''begin 'now and expedited in Africa for dey won't hatter Up-toe ter

Motto. Tho Banner,' believing! those i followed Henry Clay did so upon principle Watt:Leesburg com poor boy,"he says, "than to start of' the inhabitants of the dust off 'de stars. -:
'tJ: at'th. top .well. able ta take care of It's de early riser dat wins
realizing, what his ballot meant in the conditions which whether natives or Immi !:
themselws'hai taken itt, stand'in! the The voter who Andrew ; life-race. Adam gone ter sleep '.
preferred : 9n ,
my' early life. opportunities "I know from experience, ;
b "' .
: barricades with. the common people Jackson did so' principle well '' ensleep, too! long; en you sees
upon 1 **
said of the yy .
fc-T se may be poor boy or a poor' man are 'Mr. Belt, how difficult it ,
i:: and its fight will i l be made for the bet- trouble been,in '
aware of the' differences which di- ; we since! '
this is to be writ- today than they were, then; to 1 nd'funds for the con-
j torment of those _at the bottom. videdthe two great leaders. No south- : Befo dis century over I wotiilbe
to his' credit: He mistake 'about that"It of such methods trans. "

: : ern man voted ignorantly., Every' ballot '-eider but and 'tal surprised ef dey raised,de dead
Presbyterian ,
:' Is on' "the cry for brains" in new, sparsely'settled ,
FRIDAY; -AUGUST 3,,,1906.* was Intelligent The vote for Christian. He has Mr. Edison dwells most On' this countries -put I don'| want ter be in tea"

'. Toombs and .Stephens, meant one kept the Sabbath day ject he has this to say; feature of Mr. Belt's will has er de place w.har dey rise at.--At: >,

n Balloon insurance. .'Is the latest thing; the vote for Ben Hill meant Recently he declined "Great 'organ Zti1g' minds the highest commendation of Constitution. > >

another To follow Calhoun and McDuffie given in his honor on massed capital, systematized* press of the world "' '
The -governor generals, govern
4 Joe Blackburn: 'slatedas .a andt-- the voter ,did not travel the saying: "I am'sorry, but ness eliminated waste.of Britain, America and else- prefects and other Russian'o

date for governor of' Kentucky. same road with his neighbor,, who be- I to church. Won't is salted that he did
go and labor .and concentrated. It a n<>- have been sent telegrams 60 -
'rr 5i lieved in, John :Forsyth and WilliamH ?" What vast differ- of' fit princely dona-
a forces 'production along lines ng making a '
ing them to keep order no -
matter ,
Those New York 'newspapers are Crawford make if all our public grow more intelligent and h' the 'coU ltry' where he. made
; f : trying hard to "sidetrack the Bryan '"The minds of the common people this stamp-1\orth! Car 'fortune and for' the stringent means necessary io"ab.: :
year by pur
? ompl sh' it They have been instnla'-
_i movement were enlarged ,and elevated by- intellectual "The world is crying "for above named. ed to use their own judgment 1
In ;
4 appeal; the hearts and 'the intelligence is searching for : Henry M. Flagfer, while he is
out the order of j
The Florida newspapers are solid conscience of. the people were stirred generally regret that has done' for Flor rying the 1'ert.1
everywhere.. The door of precisely
for Editor Watterson for vice-presi and thrilled by invocation to right to of Ocala, and :Mr. Beit ,in his will ment This Is taken to mean t ,
is open as it has never been proposes
; .t ;" dent on the ,Bryan ticket justice and to love of country and family have moved to for South Africa.. is this there will be a wholesale slaughtet'3rioters.
.' for men who have 'II lnds even a
The Atlanta"" Journal- -thinks- that the natural f consequence- was that al., ,- to reside. Mr. Zewad tion above what is necessary between the two men Mr, of parliamea'who C
were VIborg Finland, bef;
A ':, Hoke" Smith is .the\ greatest' .orator most every intelligent citizen of thesouthern of Florida's best and routine ,muscular task.. It his fortlune in Africa, yesterday returned to St daj"fore Peter J:

states was In ,full possessionof and a zealous matter whether a man be Mr. Flagler is spending in
Georgia has produced since the death
every material fact bearing upon for all that was good what his color the fortune, ,he made else burg yesterday. That they were nt ,
rich or
n of Bob Toombs. or :
'" every important public question. It I and family carry the origin he has a better chance Where Mr. Beit proposes to arrested was a surprise to them, and 1

The Augusta Chronicle breathless- I.s very different now. Floridians with them six million dollars for the their sympathizers. The commit !* '
than if he lived a generation pro-
_ .
i ; : ly inquires "Where is the best English "The average voter hears but one home, and'may they that is, if he can bring construction and furtherance appointed by them to continue the I

_ spoken?" Under the pale light of side. The average ballot has ceasedto prosper. The True to his work. of means of transmission, work mapped out by them will) meet"

:the moon in: smothered accents. represent mental conviction based visit them regularly. today, unless prevented by trooPB.J
: "This is the golden age for has already spent many

4.IP upon a full knowledge ,of the issues Democrat brains, even a little brains an and proposes 'to' spend many One of the manias of the kin"tt

:' The Mercury the name of a new Involved. Consequently the voters of When he shall have
rather much rather take my more. the Belgians is building. King Lm 1

., ." '. paper just started at DeLand.. .It is the south, :with the exception of those A. Blitch has recently now, without a friend or a the work he now has under paId, who spends almost as muca

I : ':devoted 'to Broward and' the drainage who were educated by the 'Farmers' convict camps in Dade my pocket than to go back he will have spent, per time' out of his country as he does i!

r ,,: -r scheme.. It seems to have a, bad at Alliance; are almost totally in the reports of these prison twenty years. a.sum approaching fifty million it, has several residences which lfi l.
( dark to the designs and .be made public
FtI : tack. ; as "The world is growing better in a state like South Africa seldom or never visits yet he is .cotii| .

,:'..., ': those politifclans who arrogate to of the inspector should stronger all the time and the population is ,sparse and re- stantly adding to them. He has .a f e
Chairman Shonts is quoted as say. themselves the position 'of ."leaders." Outdoor work is all :
tion to think is becoming Undeveloped. place in Brussels, but when ,[thhi
.lng- that the Panama canal will never The voters of the south are almost prisoners, but they .
resistible in every branch of Mr; Flagler has been and his own;>> domains he prefers to speid
s .: be ,built with negro labor; owing to totally in the dark as' to the true ownership humanely, should i
_ effort That is raising the race great benefactor. his time in the country. He is, nisi!
4 1'\ its :unreliability.. They will ,-do good ; control and purposes of the food and be com- richest
and higher. the monarch in Europe, so far!
a work If you get the right kind .of'men great daily newspapers which have The office of pris-
z "As science is applied to Florida Sun attempts to cast as real estate is concerned fAt
for bosses. usurped the right to supply the is the most important
peapie'with "fit
more and:more the rewards of Cot R. W. Davis because his

,A Macon./preacher recently advised facts and to form those opin- gence grow greater, and today has been mentioned in conned the recent international comdij
ions which must be vindicated at the -- of women held In Paris the fact that 1
t are in thousands of factories the goveronrship race. The
his flock to' this effect: "Let's have the talk about
ballot L"-Tom Watson in Atlanta tion boxes' into which workmen flings of a peanut politician compartively so few American women
..- <, an old-fashioned. revival. Let the wo- the other
'." :. men, hug the women, and the men hug Journal. Flannagan "Oido.1 urged to drop any' ideas that ma himself up as an editor of know French and English ,WiI'
Never was .statement more erro-
'_, \ ;.. the" men." That was,not the tradition the horseshoe yit?" cur .to them-so hungry are those paper are too little to be no- commented upon. Mrs May Wrigit
neous. There never was a time when Sewell, who was president before the
1 nor custom when. w ,lived Georgia. have, a 1' It worruked direct business to advance men Colonel Davis is a man of
the people were so well informed as
,1' Countess of Aberdeen was proficient;
",,' been up two hours ble of advancement"In common sense and honesty ,*;
they are now. these days, when priggish a friend.of the people. The Sun as is Lady Aberdeen In these tan
?? 't There are at .present. 12,000 boys on Michael and broke
: i", : under sixteen :years of age in the coalmines ..When Mr. Bryan made his wonderful Now all he has to do lionaires, who inherited their selected any candidate for guages, and no'woman who cannot

-,', ,of the' United Stales,. 7,500 campaign in 1896 his speeches fi'J and. dhraw 'is money are filling the newspapers with yet, but it will in due speak three languages, English!:|

?- small boys are, at work' in,glass. 'factories were,. printed ,In full in all the daily ."-Washington Star. socialistic theories, 'all ,the while o'f of time. Colonel Davis in our French and German will hereafter&:
t of the country. Mr. McKinley's -
t ; a, :_"' and. 20,000 little, children, under newspapers and: Mr. Roosevel.t's speecheswere uriating in their capital or are has no idea of entering the eligible. to that positioa.

;-4 twelve: years, ply age are.employed in for a Chicago pic ing ,about the terrible sutt He told the writer several
also printed in fulL Even "Mr. Accurate tab has been kept on' Baron -
cotton factories.r ,Sanford and forgot to the workingman, all the while .ago that he was not financial.
,'.. Watson's speeches were printed In Rosen the Russian ambassad
: bill. The Chronicle de- .
ing on to their heritage of gold: to enter into a political contest .
: newspapers of the since he arrived In Washington and
full the
by coun
_ if Bryan'trtes to go'to. all the places being "tall slender, idlers preach pessimism in dollar he' possessed was I
nobody ever saw him without a
; that are signifying their'desire to give try.Mr. pants and a brown helping their fortunes by working in the last campaign and his .
z his Bryan's, Mr. iJcKinley's and in his mouth or in his hand, t aa
him welcome
t t, a rousing on, return "when he was asked his producing for themselves the In' many cases went back on
Watson's letters of ready to into his mouth ezcet
? Mr. acceptancewere put ,
: .home he.will- hayelo, employ. two or out something that they envy in' others-in' these Lakeland Sun.
three, understudies or slight somebody all printed, in full in the daily understand-Lake City is refreshing to hear such words' wehn he was, at a state function dining and then he always smoies r.
*:; or be worn ;to a shadow: by the newspapers. a man' who rose'... from obscurity stated that the. administration
continuous performance.'Tampa When,Mr. Taft made his speech at i poverty to his present eminence for speaker of the incom between courses. 1
Goldsboro N: C., the other day the
Times 'lean and lonesome affluence by 'dint of work, grit will be George G. -- .
.,. .... purpose of which was to build up a
_ ? : around the town brains. He did not, shirk and Qf Ocala Before stripping

It appears rather early to be .selecting republican' party in ,the south'3nd de- and moansome, And' for those who are willing to race, the gentleman from Ma- DOCTORCURED
'' the of the south his '
stroy' solidarity ,
Bryan's cabinet yet the Ocala a silly clown. go mouthing and idleness and to consult Mr. Brown of Du-
'eiiGovernor' speech was printed'in full by all the
p ,' Banner names : Jenningsfor sigh and mention ply their energies and wits to Mr. _Rawls, of Leon.-Palatka

., a portfolio in case of the Nebras- daily .democratic newspapers in the moment seems a day- tasks which the world lays The above is news to'the gen
kan'a election in south.as well as in all other sectionsof
1908. '
Keep your eye your attention them he sees greater friends at home.-Ocala Of [EClEML'[ '

n 1 .. .on the ex-governor. The..Bryan. boom the country* v man's wife's away! than either he or anyone else And yet, right on the heels

? .'. may. serve him as well in 1903 as It This was not the case in the' olden ever known before.,- confession of ignorance, corner ,. ,

: did in 1900-Gainesville Sun times. Mr Webster, Mr. Clay Mr. of Jacksonville,has -- from Mr. Mathews, stating

.. Fm w+...wre Calhoun and General Jackson spoketo against the Hon. Frank Harris of the he is a candidate-Palatka Maryland Physician Cures Himself,ci;|
: Bishop Crowdy, the apostolic prophet comparatively small audiences in
Banner is placed 'In like position ".
trust W. S. Ware But does the letter say that he Eczema with Cuticura Remedies
-1 of the new negro sect known 'asthe' only a few places, and their speecheswere ,'has gone to.jail the man who puzzled his think candidate r' He
Church of God and Saints of CM.t
: never'printed In' full by the bail in order to take with the query as to what he make his campaign along Prescribes Them and Has
: Christ, "with headquarters at Washington daily and no one knows
newspapers before the supreme rather: do or go a-fishing. He has lines. .. Many Ca es Where Other fonnubl i
y i. ,.,has Issued' this' command to this better than Mr Watson. nominated, both for
1. his congregation "All corpus proceedings. Have Failed-Dr Fisher Says
: unmarried This is the enlightened era it is itor 'of the Times-Union.. office ,
'i ; women of the church must wed newspaper printed
the"golden era, it is the era of tol named Stubbs wants mind to break in on his cloth handbills for a traveling ,
within a week or be excommunicated. and moderation. It is the
erance, era
making it a penitentiary nominating him for chaplain of It busted and these bills were CUTICURA REMEDIES t j
: in which all the facts are 'placed be-'
United States senate. No
to give a voter man called for, and the thrifty wife
fore the people land they are placedin favor has read his excellent
Mr and Mrs Bryan are now In I a position to'draw their own infeernccs : also in of It, ex lay editor used the cloth to line .
brands' offered should could for a .moment doubt. s, Johnny's pants. Ag months 'roll 'iI:
i England. Mr. Bryan.. has been re- and conclusions as never be- .
for the job.-Palatka News. ''.
offense. Lake In- '
City the pants grew threadbare and My face was afflicted with ecwsa
T ceived, with great cordiality b: lead fore in the history of the world.
Ing people. In England;, and has been, one day Johnny accidentally In ,the year 1897. I wed the Cuticurl,+i I
Archbishop Ireland has seat out leaving Remedies, and was entirely cured. 1.J
::3 the guest of many prominent people. In dispatch the Florida Sun, a a foot of .
Standard calls atten- appointment as aide-de-camp on in sight and the am a practicing physician, and ,very
M Preparations for,his reception in New few .days ago, Governor Broward,who boys were often prescribe Cuticura Resolvent aaa '
staff of Commander-in-chief
that, whatever I
may read the
York are very elaborate, and he will was then in the Everglades, announced following' words Cuticura Soap in cases of eczema, !w, .4
parsimony of the late! Tanner, and will ride in his out In' plain fonnaw
be greeted on his'return by men ,oft that the first dredge was type: "Doors they have cured where other f "r

all factions in the democratic party then "digging mud." The governor "nobody rises to accuse I in the Grand Army parade at 7:30, performance begins at have failed. I am not in the habit.d .f i

of crookedness "or apolis on August 15. Archbishop ."-Madison New Era. endorsing patent medicines,but whea '.
Christian Advocate. should by this time have enough of i land I,find remedies possessing *uc meat 4
iI served in the civil war as
,J the stuff on hand to sling back at ii I such as the Cu c ra Remedies do,I ant.,
I lain of the Fifth Minnesota
something to think about broad-minded tier I
; Arrangements have been madwith -the subsidized press," which has i enough to proclaim
a florist by E, V B Blackman. campaign managers! Oak Democrat Is our aa- virtues to the world.. I haves per' -
been clamoring against the further
x of relief when the bill The building of that railroad for the 'statement that North tieing medicine for sixteen years,and
{ plant on the Wells property, just expenditure of money on .a .scheme ributlons from Jacksoinville 'to Key West will has must say I find your Remedies A No.*. .

_ north of the city ten thousand fine which is considered by experts. to' be defeated in COrp II greater monument to leave to $141,900,000'Invested in You are at liberty to publish this letter :

= ; .roses, together with a number of impracticable.Fernandina 'News. congress than the factories; South Carolina, or&DY part of iL I remain,very truly.j
other'fine flowering plants. The work badly just now to memory pyramids or Georgia, _5135,000,000 .yours, ,Q. M. Fisher, M. D., Big Poo1, i*
of popular disprovai. lisks. of Egypt or the tombs lid., }!ar24, 190.51'
will begin In a week or tendal.., and Hereafter the "opened by mistake" by Bryan in his travels. not a cent Can anybody ,

will represent an outlay of several excuse will be a mistake that, will Press association, at good reason for this startling

., thousand dollars.. The object of .this cost |200, The postoffice department meeting:, decided to What posseses District in the Industrial enterprise COTICURATHESET$1.Complete ._

< extensive planting of roses is to sup has :ruled 'that mail must be looked per line straight'for Jerome to go'marcIiing, through which' lie alongside each' Treatment for Ever/

;. ply northern. cities in winter.-Miami over before leaving the office, ann ....at candidates running gia at this, time of year 'is Humor from Pimplesto

News. any letter put in your box by 'mistake
ble on any other hypothesis than Lincoln republicans of Penngyl- Scrofula .

'Theo- f gubernatorial.candi must be returned before leaving the fact that watermelons are ripe." have Invited some of .the mem Bathe the affected parts with fat

y- postoffice 'under.a penaiey ($200 for barbecue will consist of aconda (Mont) .Standard. the cabinet, to speak in that water and Cuticura Soap, to clew,
failure to do so.-Madison New Era. the surface of crusts ana scales and ,
during beef- 500 of
pounds, for the
E reform ticket, but there soften the thickened cuticle; dm
<< boned Cromwell of mutton -and 10 The suddenly rich have to seem to be one without hard and :
Gibbons is
: y are: W... :J. The democratic that not rubbing app/
t ; Bryan, "Jacksonville; Jennings of Pen- eighth executive commit. ; a sure big feed. the stunts. But if we belonged to with the machine organization Cuticura! Ointment freely frf&t
tee of the.
Mississlppi congressional gang" would rebel itching, irritation and infhmm&tWnr
we when it ,
of them ,
; have
7 &acola Horace C. Gordon
J. accepted the
Tampa '
; and &*
district has soothe
: formally declared on raining two'or three to being'operated on. for and healL and, lastly! ,
: > W. Watson.Miami: and.E..S. Crill, of John Sharpe Williams,the party candidate for two or three weeks Thls'shows how far reform Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool cad m .
Palatka.. The latter..has not announced from'that by the. administration. cleanse the blood. A single set,costing
his Intention of.entering the race but for.congress. district sloppy in' exposed It is a hard matter to work but one dollar, Is often sufficient tt>f

- E' : ietiUment.is. crrst&llillngIn' his favor Charles F. Murphy in New Times:. interest in.the. drainage Watterson's boom for sec- cure the most torturing, disfiguring i
itching sc4Pt
either for or against it ace on the Bryan presidential burning;and scaly skin,
all over the state. He is recognized York that'lt: is possible .that Tammany a Jacksonville,has I ,is -to -be .fortified, and.blood humors; with loss of bJir-3

L: F preeminently as the man' best fitted Hall will support Wm.- R. Rearst 'ice man in. jail, but it i Floridians---" are bidiiing on the : to the distinguished by a -grand from CutInIra infancy to age,when all else_f atea. &
; trav ao.,. .
-: for, the governorship under present for the democratic" nomination for. o'f the p Soner--: i ama canal, bonds.' ThIS'.tens its Louisville.-St; Angnstine e.'WJ"-. '"
Rec > .c
&at CUIi.R
conditions,-Gainesville Sun..t Drq
.. -
: governor ; ,- ; story.-l': '
? ; ,
\ -- : < ; ...
: "iI'"
.. .. !! Cvt'1'-.1. D .
,, ..
I Ji : .5" ; a.. LZS '
: : : r'I: :
: = < t:7
\ _, > r .. ... ..I'i., : : : :' -' .< _' ; ;.4rt ; .: .., i :a;:, i:, ;":";'.' .. .

.. '-.. r

t! "
: ""

: 'h, ._ ":-"- a :''i.. "
} .. ; .
,... -" "-< ;; .
"l i& -:41. '. ,2'10r <-< "
5 '<' ''' .;). .. <.;\,.. ;;.-t.-'Az!I< 'Jf.:1T : *' TS1-* f.'f.! % _'-"" \<'!:' > ""'--.li"j. ,. ,.__ -
:''" : ;> : ? '"? /f.'JJF '1* :-""- :, '. 0<" 3...{ --,,. ::-
't > ; ;
> '
: .4. .
;" '' -a- z..: ): '
_- ,
,,_(,:. .>jjjjj"jjj"C :te.S.",.__".,: $_.,_x,".",_'-;$':;.., .i!_. :",,-:&XzSi&3Ux,:,__ ._: ,_",,3g-,_ ."",..'.> ,,," .. ,',,, ,;"'."' : ':!- .. .::""''.,._'..."" ,.'<,' ":_-"'-":-:-;:"'-:."' ".'.-<"',': '"'"'"_" ''__' '':.J ,,'-.....;'_:,,,::, .1...'_-:.:;,.,:" _,' --_-,,;,!-,>:":'.'-:.'7',,".>it j.j : _

'.'"" ,'". : -:.' '"'' : .- .., '' '"'c-_',"-" "'-';'" '>>,,--.:_ 1-:. ,,,,,.-,_,:,,,,"',, ": ::""' .:.,.:,-' ,'''' -_:" {,.- "".'. .,', -'_',- :' '"f'' .'"r'i'-""' : '" ','" : "' :.,, ,,.,;t-
; _
", ;: 'v
; ,", : ";:< "",<-, ; _; :ff't-; :...., : : .';, : : -5';;,;" ."'" .:: "' :---" : :>: "::";'' ;: ,
,, ;, : :<.. 'P".'*h '!iy" .';:;:" ,,, ,- ,, j; ; ii: 'w
# ;
: .. '.. ..C. .. ;: 1-.ii-1. i.'l"f3k < :.
Jj..r.: .. '. ..-. 'ii.iil1Jff ..... .,,' <> ,,!.t" :I' ...". "" -!":. ,.. 'J' "ti. .. ..<<=1.,";: .r., -- _- ,,.
;d JE4 : } [ ,,,;.. .>, ->F' ':4;: .- :tof"l', > w.- .. = '$, """""" <; r -"" "( ;JOt' ;,.

s a 't"n'
-, -. .
iTIO .;'OF-THE, ,THE' LOVE, OF--THE;'MASTER' FOR Some Early History of 'Florida Pros- THE POLICEMAN" ,AND HIS ,
,,'. TURPENTINE MARKET. '. ". .HIS I ',SLAVE. perity. A NDS .-,
-' V
;t' "
;:.r '1 / -Mr. Edwin St George Rogers' was A writer in the New York :
<-<:' :;prop r'-" -: Price*-No-Very'GreatbnFactor The people of this generation know reviewing the scenes of his{boyhood at calls attention of the' people' lands you' :wish to sell,lease or rent;

J % and' Producer" *; very, little of the love and loyalty existing Diego last week., Mr. Rogers, who is that newspaper' to 'the quick and to buy lands j for farming, grazing,
l: -o}i ppolnted t Roalna Keep between the master and the a legal light of prominence of Indianapolis necessary:use of,his;club by the purposes, = .
;-il; In Fine' Shape. slave. Ind., is a grandson of the late age policeman. He gives ,
.t'ib; ,_ The master felt somewhat like a Capt Jenks who owned some 1,000 where policemen' have used Write' to

_ income, spirits. despite, the feudal lord. He was taught to believe acres' of rich hammock land between clubs most. 1 brutally;> and unn ,
;Receipts come In pretty well and' did believe'that slavery was a the Guana and North'. river. rily He says "that in New" York cl : '] ESTATE bat
.- .41:d1 mend .does not seem ade- ",dlTh e. Institution;" that his slaves Speaking of Capt. Jenks recalls the penal code does 'not warrant ,
,- {bold values UPT e ProP were committed to,his care and keeping many interesting incidents of the'ponderous a procedure""and that when a' policeman FLORIDA. .
kept:values to 571-4 cents for by the "ruler ,0, >; ,nations," and, old sea 'captain (his weight uses his billy except in riots ,
.:.' time;, and then at. 57 cents, under God ,he, was responsible for was between 400 'and 500, pounds.) under'' circumstances of the '
.. .' .to"have. been ''withdrawn this their ,temporal and* spiritual welfare. Capt.. Jenk.s\owned a large number1 of peril 'he should be' instanly re FACTS., : '
'i Dr'a further) little drop and No potentate, or ruler ever felt his negroes, and his annual production of from duty 'and discharged from .

7. 8 the lowest price 1 'so fare responsibility >more keenly. The sugar'and .syrup ran up.into. the hundreds vice. This writer',says that of all .' ,
.was the result., Even at master' would go any 'length within of barrels. It ,is recited1 that on pollee officers and sheriffs and and Conveniently Presented. -,'
.,i e buyers did not I seem falling reason for the 'protection of his the'occasion of a raid by the Indians, deputies should be men' of '
>b: other for supplies and the slaves. Except in extreme cases they apt Jenks:went into a cellar beneathhis and moderation. That no man' with Weekly Financial Quotation Review-:
.3. *Vas not in the ,buoyant state were treated with great 'kindness and dwelling' and called out to his negroes reputation, for recklessness: : and "
';-. desirous of I higher values consideration. They were regarded as who !were with the Indians on discretion should be'allowed' to MONDAY. ;
,- ;like to: see it in. While the semi-members ,of the household., The the outside of the' house to ""tell the *n office whose duties require him t 17 '
-xsis;not great, only a quarter children played together ''In infancyand red devils that he was sitting on akeg preserve the peace. .% t
'k''\'indicated to the consuming in youth; they: were' nursed :in of powder,.and he Invited them:to The observation of this writer YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. : ..:,
fl large that all was 'not well sickness tenderly cared for in'old come in and they could all take a apply to every city and town in of stocky umberof shares sold, first Sxigh"low and '

-:"- "Qfrlts turpentine, aad naturally age, and at death were softly committed passage, to h 1 together' The In- United. States.. Our officers. wh price during current year, and range. for pre
.P 'jj'* ;further holding off on its to ."mother earth" with proper religious dians, Tvho were friendly with tne negroes duty it is' to' preserve, the ,peace, each issue) ,of ,capital stock outstanding with par
) -.;ipngIn supplies. Buyers ceremonials. upon being told that the old entirely too quick to use their .
-_9..'are;''pretty close' students These acts of kindness Tand benevolence captain meant exactly. what he said and guns and maltreat the r INACTIVE STOCKS., J
/fluctuations, and the gen. on the part ,of the' master'pro- moved off to a less dangerous 'local- in their power, 'and the officer who' been traded in during the week are placed
"etr d ,of turpentine for some duced on the part of the slave.a 'feeling guilty of doing so, should be with date upon which, they were last d alt In
_:1 'st' has ,apparently been such of reverence and love for the ity.In this same raid the Indians paid ?Removed from office. In a free for the year, and dividend and capitalization

:M tfrtead!,them' to' believe they had family, and the novelists do not por- : Mr; Fatio (Mr. L. Dunham's" grandfather ment the rights of' the citizen 7'
'__to, gain, by ,being in a hurry tray the feeling of the master and the )- a visit and killed some 300 be the jewel that is above prfce. 'THFNEW'YORtf STOCrTEXCHANGE.A A
:. kfis\1pplles for future wants. slave. in too ,extravagant colors., head of sheep. Mr. Fatio and family closing and last bid and asked prices for both ac
'scan;consumers have been buy. Mr.., j Jefferson, the author of the escaped assassination by fleeing byboat Albertus Vogt Still Doing ,Things.It bonds as well as government and state bonds.
_;right':lilong to meet their wants, 'declaration' of, independence," like 'down Pablo creek and into the has,been said of old that the .

probably; not stocking ,up Washington, was a slaveholder, St. Johns river. ; who "makes..two blades of;grass capital and divident, rates- of the' greatest
:bead but.the European,buyers .Perhaps an extract from the will, of Cattle were numbered' by thousandsat where only one grew before" a : and surety companies, gas companies, .ferry
yptx Seem ,to have been. at all amabaters Thomas Jefferson will make this feel- Diego in those early days, and ; efactor to.mankind. companies street railways: and shares of many
_ : for stuff for a consid- ing, that existed, between the master horses were raised by the hundreds. By virtue of his discovery of concerns, and, of railroad and Industrial collater
agate;time"past, The situation ac- and the slave better understood than There were also large flocks of sheep. phate Mr. Albertus Vogt, now of of maturity Interest, and approximate yield. -
fsgly:does not seem to have any anything we could say. Numbers of records of the output of tow, has been instrumental in ,
,fpttttl.strength, nothing to buoy theitliata'change Mr. Jefferson ,said: 1 crops were made that would well ing, the yield of the grass crop of record of dividends declared during each
'._; : will come soon "I give, to my good affectionateand rival the scientific handling of the soil world many fold. In addition and closing of books, date of ., payment,
',:a fcr tiie'beei.'l'o the contrary, the faithful servant ,Burwell his freedom of the present day. Twenty barrels of he has recently discovered a which stock must be held In order
if seems' the other way Just and the sum of three hundred sugar per acre and, 75 barrels of corn for the damage the "white fit -
'.;:and; at the 'daily calls at the3wi1f dollars to, buy necessaries to com- per acre were no uncommon yield. to the orange tree.. The 'remedy Is' EXCHANGED :

.,J ',. trade buyers seemed into mence .his trade of painter and, gla- Oranges were grown by the hundredsof simple as "bathing the eyes in of stock exchanges of Philadelphia., :.Baltimore.,.. ,
'stand for a "steady" or "QU- zier, or to use otherwise as he pleases. acres, Mr. Vernancio Sanchez spring of Salome., The remedy. r- cities
: >tickef:rather'than- for the "firm1 I give", also to my good servants John alone having a hundred acregrove.But simply. to sprinkle a few pounds y

...., .that. .:"the, factors'. claim repre- Hemings and Joe Fosset their free- the great freeze of 1835 provedas copperas under, the trees and the great railroads and Industrial companies' '
;.. e ditions. Producers are doubt. dom at the end of one year after my disastrous to the groves of that mixed with the soil and absorbed '
'. gaits:blue over the state of" the death and to each of them respect day as did the freeze of 1894-95 to the trees the gummy 'substance YORK AND OUT OF TOW .
jaetiIe market, a feeling that Is ively all the tools of their respective the citrus family. by the flies immediately New York City' banks. New York bank state
,.., pMtly-'relieved by' the rosin sit- shops or callings; and it is my will When one recalls what this section and the' trees are restored to of principal cities of the country for the pre
"tpttoe as;'there are still weeks and that a comfortable log house be built once was and that it is the same health and color. As, the ."proof of of banks of England France, Germany; table

__t :4Qarge, receipts ahead. foritTvhen for each of the three servants' so piece of terra firma today, no stretchof pudding is in chewing the rag," for call and time 'money through the week, and.
'producers will be get emancipate! on some part of my the imagination needed to pic- Vogt has his grove to tell the story I. I
'r" considerably below what lands convenient to them ,with' respect ture a bright future for Diego.-St. his wonderful discovery. One WEEK. ,
'-'expected for this period of the to the residence of their wives; Augustine Meteor. only was so treated. This half is, ( financial markets of special interest to those

.j:The," oufiook- ..fox. :..the: late I sum. and to, Charlottesville' and the uni Mr. Edwin St. George Rogers is a I perfect, health and color and is of their' business, must follow the 'course. of
early Calf does, not seem, aibruTiantlrbm yersity, where they will be mostly employed native of Ocala' and spent his boy- from any marks of, the visitation "
-their standpoint"tfcejonly ; and reasonably convenientalso hood days in tnis city. He is a son this little vicious enemy, and the, e Copy on Request. :

_ hope they' can appar:. to the interests of the proprietorof of the late Colonel, Samuel St. George not so treated is. polluted with $1.00; With Serviceable Binder, 2.00. ,,,, ,,'
eatertaln. t,: Is''that the, fine pricesfM&s the lands r of which houses I give Rogers, who was a colonel in one work of devastation. ,'
,. have:, been bringing will the use of one,:with curtilage. ot an of the itorida regiments 'during the Mr. Vogt's grove has been YORK TIMES,
;light. along, to offset, in, a acre to each, during his life or personal Indian and civil. wars, and a member by orange experts since his
'!;disappointments on the occupation thereof. of the Confederate congress. He was printed and here, are' their News'That's Fit to Print." -
' sidett; >f the market "I give also to John Hemings the was a great lawyer and owned large elusions:
__ ::1'i'' Ip- i ,at Savannah and Jack- service of his two apprentices, .Madison property interests in and around "When the article appeared in New York City, N. Y_

.. \'tor. the: week were 11,273 and Eston" Hemings until their Ocala. paper: last week, telling of Mr. AI ,
-r.Thf- _sales. .. 'probably_ took. up all respective ages of twenty-one years,, .... tus Vogt's experiments with I
,', ': At'this time' there"are doubtapproaching at which period respectively, I give "BACK TO OLD AUNT MARY'S." for white fly, I became interested 4"L
20,009: ( casks of tur- them their freedom; and I 'humbly once and in company with Mr. C.
'_being' marketed every week. and earnestly request of the legisla, Now we'read in song and story of the Thornton made a trip to Bartow -
W: een,/expected >by -producers ture of Virginia a'confirmation of the reminiscent glory of the woods and investigate."I .

t9h,would' bring at least 60 centsialloa'so bequest of freedom to these servants,, I fields of boyhood, as. in fancy we go hardly know what to .say to th
= : that the gross returns with permission to' remain in this back, orange" growers of Orange county.
|ifcp(_ a,; drop;below expectations of state, 'where their families and connections Back in dreams to old Aunt Mary's neither condemn nor can I
,":oa'to_. J30.00J in a week. Anyder are, as an additional instance back 'to bees and huckleberries,' mend it"While
; .declines,would accentuate thiset.lt of the favor, of 'which i have back to,apples, plums and cherries, I have personally
ia accordingly no wonder that received so many 'other manifestations back to haymow,/field, and stack; enough copperas to give my
'tie producers ,notice' with great anx4rtlsiecent In the course of my life, and for which And the poet of this season for some each three pounds, and so did

l ;course of the market I now give them my last,. solemn, and psychologic reason feels the conscious Thornton, I must say that my,
tilG''',tithe'when- they marketing' dutiful thanks." guilt of treason if he fails to opinion is it'needs thorough

: ,k1kot, *their, ; production of the take his pen investigation .before it should
-';And:the 'strange part of it s Will :Revive Atheletics. And achieve his rhythmic duty of extolling adopted
,:kj rbUe'the producers feel aggriev- Special to the Ocala Banner: woodland beauty and his "I think the county
: that; they term the "low" ,Boston. Mass.. .July 30..The Boston verses always end with "Could I commission should take it in hand
a of. :Jtarpeatine consumers'appar.. Athletic Association,, will hold a but go back again!" send the orange leaves from the
-Hook,at la askance as, "high" and I special meeting this afternoon for the< grove; to Lake City and to
,to show any Inclination to takee'of purpose of considering steps to revive Some would go back to the wildwood, ton at once and let us know if 1
,, the' recent declines to the interest in ,active athletics among in the innocence of childhood;" can hope for anything from it
;themselves with spirits for the members of the association. When some are headed for the orchard whether it is one of those -
needs.. the organization was ,formed, the where the apples in the sun remedies that' come and go
,' _1"_ = t members were mostly young men, actIve Swing and .ripen, richly, redly, while accomplishing anything. V
; closed, ,the. week'showing ad"over and proficient in the various track the bird songs in a medley fill the "I think this is too important
_', : the prevous Friday's; and field sports. One by one the athletes air with mellow music and the days adopt without investigation. While EACH WEEK '

.;,"W ollows: WW 15., WG 15, N of the club began to_retire from pass one by one; have made all preparations to start BETWEEN
,.fcXW.I5., H 5, Go- 11.2, F active work, however, and finally the Some would go back with fine fancies, Insecticide factory and would 'be
' ?! ,3,7H; D %'1.%, C-A 15. The club was no longer represented in va to Aunt Mollie's, Jane's ,or Nancy'sall considerable loss by not doing so; and New York.
):opened ,and remained strong rious athletic contests in the east An -( our poets seem to have a interest is out of the question and
;Thursday 'afternoon' when com- effort will be made to attract young stock of aunts that never fail!) copperas w ill do the'work let us Charleston, 8. 0., both ways. 4
; z_ _. ,i showed some weakness and lost and active members, who will be able And' when evening shades are falling it investigated at once. Let us =3 DT TIS C9AS7WISS SE2713Z.: 3
'.,, t the" advances ,of the previous and willing 'to'compete in athletic< a d'the whippoorwill is calling: together and fight this enemy as on -
.'c ',Pales; showed more' strength contests, for the honor of the club. (every poet has a whippoorwill! man. I don't think we should sit ENGLAND AND, SOUTHERN J MNES
ranced when commons fell off you know now goes the tale! and let the fly ruin us beyond ;
> ::;.TnereIs: seemingly no reason Caught and Shipped a Manatee.A tion. SERVICK BETWEEN
: ;Pries should not maintain their manatee' weighing about 1,000 But forgive these fancy-revels,. and "I believe copperas is a good Boston and Providence. ,
,at position, although they fiuca'iflg'the pounds, was shipped from here by; forgive'us dreaming dev ]s.. who for orange trees. but I hope to all Eastern Points.

\ week a little show. freight yesterday afternoon, consigned from seventh-story wirdoxvs may ceive information from some (at Charlertoa Both Wsyg.
feu one or ,two times. The \o the Aquarium at New York. The look out upon the street telling me how much and when

...them,.M has been 'stated, has manatee was caught on the. west. Where' men sweat and steam and ues iL"Should% WEEKLY SAILINGS. .
made. and'mainly marketed 'and coast of Florida south of 'Fort Myers swelter, where the' worM seems hel the horticultural com ........ ....................-....... From L wia' Wart, J ata-
rtnow A. W.. Dimmock and son. As it is ter-skelter, if we dream or creeks fundto -
> sufficient
by not be provided
coming to market is ...............lr= fort of Cat Brine Street, Jaetrontifl' t
.minor part of the production against the laws of the state'to catch and hollows,n n where-__ the__. u----rrrasa is__ undertake investigation
V1d.not be' surprising to see a manatee in these waters, Mr. Dim-I cool and sweet; delay I hereby volunteer my s Johns River Line.
; .htper later on than they are mock obtained a permit from the If we dream that we are going where to' raise a fund by private

*|&ough no one ventures to pre- county commissioners of DeSoto the summer flowers are blowingand tion I do not know of an orange Jacksonville and Sanford .
sy remarkable stunts for the county. This manatee was ,caught by where husbandmen are mow- er who would not donate S
Berasisrd ( BeLaai &ai latwmeilite
feterest''all around is more cen- means of a large net, and put on a ing in the clover led and white. to above if neces ary.H-D'. P, St. Jaisa! liTer. '
: k ithe* darker qualities. Com lighter and towed here. Mr. Dimmockand If we write a verse whose fancies lips, in Orlando StarReporter.A oa
j t.h"a ''fortnight ago these his son have been: in! .rlorida for carry us tack to Aunt :Nancy's for City of Jacksonville .

' :"till show magnificent gains some time and are getting materialfor it comforts us and gives us half an bran new political party has .: Leave Jacksonville daily except StUrda ft vj o pal
.. ', Naval' Stores Review. ,magazine stories.-Miami News. hour of delight!, launched in Lee county. It is Saafoni.dailr except Sundays at 9:39 a.m.
'c. /5s5$:' -J. W. Foley, in New York Times.D. the "progressive liberty

tagham. .a charter member "Hole on, dar," said a colored man, Among other things, it demands SCHEDULE .. Nertb-Bou Read
,"JkUtU Rifles, has been proto hailing an% acquaintance. "Does yer McCuen, of West'' Palm Beach, "initiative," the "referendum,"' up '
: :mi cross ,der street ebery time yer sees wears a watch that formerly belongedto ..
the vacancy occasioned the "mandate. These things JKlt.5elarlJr. .. .. Arrive 2 00 a. at '
f t Cation me ter keep from paf l' dat uill?" Jefferson Davis president of the nice .but when into .__ l'aJatka _-...,.:,... .._ Leave a OG" sa
of Col. put
F. C. Bros. very --- Astor "-. i.. .,._ 3 3 t P.rs
*: I doesn't. "What den" "Ter Confederate States of America. He ....._ ...
.Key: West: "No.' effect are somewhat expensive. SL Francis.- ..,..... ., I. p..
-- ... Colonel Bingham _.. .,, .. ... _
Sallfo"w. .
{' bein fur prizes it highly. .......__- : y 30 LID ,
,:"Jr r:;command' the second regietat8 keep from axed it"Of very -,..-Enterprise.._ ,,"..,,... __ IOOGLJII <

-.->: .\,. troops Colonel visit, to Tne city hall at Tampa-"is a per- Since. Claude LEngle took hold Office, 122 West Bay St,' Jacksonville.r
Squire Croker can have no possible fect disgrace 1 if what 'City Attorney the -state. printing there Is a .
tf S fudge who decides that aIeJsher political significance. Ed Gunby says is true. improvement in the appearance' Gent Pass. Agent in Wut Ba? St, Jacksonville,PI*.
,c_ matter turned out for C.P.LOVEU. Saperiateodeat
\ own affair regard .. the ,printed Street JacScsonviQe. Fla. -
wsuft Interrogation, has ,the The linen duster seems to have An eminent French surgeon declares -! state, but the question is, what is *. Ajt., New York. .CI.YD3 MItNK,Ceal Fr't.Agt,N. 1'.
<, '.>otAhat- (should be any court's permanently left us. Even the negro that 'operations for' appendicitis administration going ,to do with andGeneral. Manager.: ', '

;'>z.:":,,,,'r-New J : York World I I preacher seems to have abandoned ,it.jjjj'jjjjj .' are. ,"absolutely unnecessary 1r ," son?DeLand Record b ; River... Branch 290 Broadway, Nsw York.
% ; _
A '
> \ .
.... .., ', .. : _
.h 1&t : ", "' ; >' ::; !, .. ,,'.; r -,'" .
,, ,,. ,J' -.
.h.t,...".. ,. r ,
:l;,,' i. -
--,,' "; .""'y ti." ......,-.....,.!,' ... ..:.:, ,, ':0- "',,'of;, "-i!'; ""ti4 .. ,'\. './ t '..
<' ",. "'<' :>t : ; ; $" ;4".nt-j ,;._.... ,' :1-#.,J-i. '.- ... :"= .. -. .d Or.wJ'. """-- r--. ,,,,"'-.;..., Tf IS
k. ...... i
: .
a. ,-= %' : T "' !- & f" <"' ''''h 1.: -"'-.: ,:&_y.; .{ J :
',- i -"" '.. ,' ., ,4. >lj..1Ct 7. : :.< ..
: .
: : !
:: ) : ;; :: : :- >,' ':* ';: ;>'f. ;!;r!: ; 1f;;>.1'V. '' .' "' -"< > .
C iir.t *i.a.' .ihTfo '.' ; ,
'' '." -' "" < > : .f. ." ,, iS&J
; : <
: ; ,. ., "f"5'''' "" ': ,:./ :: :; .__ ;, --t.: ,=:. ,?-. : { -. -,. ,:, .
. '..
: : .
: .
: '
: >
i' ; :J .
'. .
,, .
/ ' '
'. "
.: ; : ,: ; : ,

;..' '''"', .;.,;... .'.;....::.-:' -'. ..:. .: :. ''",... .. ... .. : '. "'' '.,.'.,. '
.c "" :
> '
'' "-
-.i' .
: '
:: >' ;>' ,. : '' ,. ; ,<.: ,;- : ZC: ;:c'.L,x :_. S:_, <. .r.: 'b"t' ...- :, --;'""' -, "'',.,',. .=: ". :" -:-;;;:-i..< :;.";. ti. k-. ..
',= il.r .:t ,;-F.: '<: ( r".: \; ,, : 7::: 1' : :: : :' 1 : ;tt:: \ : :: ;:;;:: : : < ; ... : ,. : :" :; 'r :- .t a. ?
? : : : : :P.., $z.-# ;i-".. .-1 <.. ; .& i<. }' "",!!<
-.. ::' 4'7X"ii M 1k ; :t't& :- < : : "" '. 'fi"Jfi" ,.. .' ii5' ; t. "N. 5 : 't* !l n '!; ., >t.,. .;:
t, ",' ,.;": .;;4-, .'!: '";<. ;'.$, F.'l :.,<:F.,,,,-,. ; ?i;!;",. '" ...; :ii' ;" ", ,. ', ii"i. ..'- .'0<, ",,,,. '_ ," :> ,.
:i: +" ; j
:.. $ t ri''; 4.p.\'l.r:;!. ;, "
.. .
"- ; s. -r.' kY 't r' Y.. "+ ..

r *' --. .


> Y An Expert Gives a Few Pointers, on t

;4:: C FOR 6 HAND) IN TU.f OgMEmPLOYMENT Big Army American of Detectives Concern to Hires Find: an Phosphate Supply Wilt Industry Never-.Run Says,Out"Do the :;;/: COME TOil, BAD END] -

i '. Out, What, 4s Brewing. ...--- .. ', > .,
jou think the phosphate de:=

,. Special to the Ocala Banner: posits of Polk county<<; will ever give \ ,.>. ;

-4 ,AGENT HELD CONNECTION Mexico. City, Aug. .The Daily, out?" was, ,the question asked a ,few THE GREAT WAVES. WASHED THEM JTOtorn,1 *

t \ '" 'J"\I, # -: t ;. Record, an American newspaper cf I days ago by the. .C.-I. reporter of a '

*t WlTH'"FLORIDA. ABUSES LAB R. -- this city, says: gentleman who is engaged in the < UNTIMELY DEATH. Q

1 "Despite the most strenuous denI- business in,, this county. He replied: ,

United *State-Commissioner Puts ...-.-___....._ ..___F -,-__ als on the part of the -officials of the "Not as long as you and l.or our Fifteen! Are Drowned by the 'Capsizing J
government .and, the almost frantic children live." He went to tell of banks at Five Fathom
Mary on bank
jQaackecbos; a womanlawyer ,
Swartz Under $3OOO. ....Bail _to Ap; of a ;Vessel.
..253' expressions of the subsidized press, the phosphate industry in ten miles out to
Before Federal GrandSpecial Jury. ,, of Broadway. Commis- a manner sea,early in the
g' pear sioner ;Shields said that this is the which has at last been, compelled\ to that showed he was conversant with When the wind began to freshened i

to ,the Ocala Banner: first time in this city that ,a man had take notice of the growing rumors of the subject' .wind'knew, what. he was Special to, the Ocala ,Banner; tain Shivers" decided it was time, ji t

-ih New: York, July 31.-S. .8.. Swartz, been arrested on a charge of peonage. impending trouble for American. talking 'about.During Anglesea, N. J., July 30.-Two make port, and with the assistance)p t

proprietor of an employment'agencyat Mrs. Quackenbo. ,, alleged in. hercomplain terests in Mexico, day by day'more the conversation this gentleman yachts coming! in from the fishing' a small gasoline engine and a god

113 ;andHl5 [F1 'siJst.reeti, : war' arrested : ;; thatSwartz* -*, through! run- disquieting rumors are. spreading, until stated that the industry was banks capsslzed on Herford inlet bar spread of canvas, he made good GJ _

.i 'yesterday afternoon by a ners, made offers of employment toimmigrants at .the ,present time the prospectfor in its infancy, and the-end could not off here today, and fifteen persons towards Anglesea. As the sloop bat-i

United States Marshal, .on the charge -at Ellis Island and to residents any immediate settlement of the even be guessed at, much less seen. lost their lives. There were thirty- ed along the wind was getting s'Jf T'

p of violating section 5525 of the United of the lower east side. Early difficulty is very dim. He spoke in glowing terms of the two persons:: on one yacht, of whom and the sea rougher.

_ t I States statutes, providing that a person in June about forty men were sent "The startling information t was re- deposits in Polk county, stating that fourteen were lost, and twelve on the Little Boat Keeled Over and Was Hit1

shall not entice another to a place by: Swartz 'to Florida, to work for ceived by the Record today that hun- she. was especially favored with .an other, all of whom but one, were by Big Wave. |

v z where he might be held in peonage. Hodge & O'Hara in their lumber and dreds of private detectives and special abundance of the finest phosphate saved. That not more fell victims to Captain Shivers, from long erpeil' '

$ Swartz was later arraigned before turpentine preserves. The men were agents have been employed for known. He spoke of a new plant be- the rough sea was due to the heroism ence, knew how treacherous is tj

United States Commissioner Shields, told, according to Mrs. Quackenbos, several weeks by the big! American ing erected about a mile ,this side of of Captain Henry S. Ludlam; of Hereford bar, and approached .. t 1 I

i, who held him in $3,000 bail to appear that they would get $1.50 a day for corporations operating in the .republic Fort Meade, just the other side of the Herford inlet life-Earing station his usual caution. The sand obstra ,

i before the Federal grand jury next ten hours' work. Mrs. Quackenbos re- in an endeavor to get at the bot- Pembroke, and stated that there was and a crew of five men. So far- as tion is about a mile from shore. JlIlt

Wednesday. hearsed in her complaint, the alleged tom of the many stories which have strong probability of another plant known all the dead came from Phila- as he was about to go over it a heijl a
.. like wildfire from end of
V The warrant for Swartz's arrest abuses to which the men were sub- one being erected on the Gartner place at delphia or vicinity. squall struck the Nora. Despite tl] |
Mexico to the other and which
'was issued on the' complaint of Mrs. jected in Florida. are Pembroke. He seemed of the opinion Hundreds Were Engaged in Fishingon efforts of the captain the craft Leeledfover

now finding their" way into the United that the deposits in both places were Sunday. and was hit by a huge wave. !

$T s ._- States.press. good, and yould yield heavy returns. Anglesea is one of the favorite fishing wind and the wave coming togettsg|

American Opticians 'Meet Parasite to Save Orange Trees. HAD AN AWFUL -TIME. Speaking of the first new plant places along the southern New I was more than the yacht could staaj

_ -t Special to the Ocala Banner: San Francisco, July 31.-Several I the reporter has been informed that Jersey coast, and has seldom had a and it turned completely over thrpt-T-. :

= Rochester, N. Y., July .-Two important months ago a'parasite which kills the But Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and this will be one of the largest in ex- busier Sunday than yesterday. Every ing the thirty-two occupants Into.thf| h

conventions, .of opticians are purple scale, a deadly foe of orange Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him. I istence, and will employ a big forceof excursion train from Philadelphia and .

in session here today. The' Optical trees in southern California, was It is with pleasure that I give you [ hands. This plant will prove of other nearby points came down sea.As the boat turned over the masts p

.Society' of New York f opened its ses- found in China. Many of its'eggs were this unsolicited testimonial. About a great benefit to Fort Meade from a crowded with visitors most of whom snapped like,a reed. There was an agonizing :'''::1' -

sion at Haines' hall this forenoon and sent to this city by an agent of the year ago when I had a severe case commercial standpoint. intended spending the day in fishing. cry as the yacht turned tur-4

_-F will finish its business in the afternoon state horticultural department, but of measles I got caught out 'in a hard The mining of phosphate in the Ice weather in the morning'was ideal tie which was. quickly silenced beneath r

and also did not hatch. rain and the measles western portion 'of the county has the water. The ho.14
session. In the evening settled in my and all the fishing boats took out heavy sea,

v at'Haines' hall the American Association This suggested an attempt to bring stomach and bowels.. I had an 'awful proven one of the greatest industrieswe large crowds to the fishing banks. ever, probably was responsible tMjJ ..

of Opticians. will be called to order the parasites here alive, .and a num- time .and had it not been for" the use have and as a consequence a Afternoon, however a brisk breeze saving of most of the eighteen survivors -"' ..
:by President B.,B. Clark.'The two ber of orange trees were shipped to of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and town has sprung up that is today.one sprang up and the captains of the as the waves were so high ,

_ .?y conventions have attracted more thana China from: this stats; and upon_their Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have ,of the largest trading; centers in the small craft hoisted sail and started that the upturned yacht was tossed'> '- '

thousand opticians, not only from arrival were transported several hun- possibly lived but a few hours longer, country;. Mulberry is the place, and for home. Most of the fleet got in about, thus uncovering the struggling '"

_ this state, 'but from all parts of the dred miles Into the interior to the but thanks to this remedy I am 'now .year in and year out, her merchantsdo without mishap, although some of victims who were underneath. t "

United States and Canada. province which is the home' of the strong and well. I have written the a lively business all due to the them had considerable difficulty in As many as could tried to reach tUfj .

4 An elaborate and highly interesting enemy of the purple scale.. There the I above through simple gratitude and phosphate, enterprises, by which it is clearing the Herford bar., keel, but it was a difficult matter.ass "i

program has been prepared for the parasite made its home Jn the imported I I shall always speak a good word surrounded. The C.-I. rejoices in the The two that got into trouble were there was an indescribable tangle cf|j

national convention, which began this trees which were then' taken backto .for this remedy.-Sam" H. Gwin, Concord fact that such a live town has been the sloop yacht Nora which had on fishing nets lines baFtrand s ** J* ;

the seacoast. and after a time were Ga. For'sale all built up in Polk county, and we, are '
evening and will close on Thursday by druggists. .board Captain Herbert Shivers, his There was no time to help one D-i: k
L"; A evening with a banquet to the vis- placed on a steamer for San Fran- pleased to note that it is making I mate and! thirty' passengers. and the other, as.it. was, all that the stru.--j.

itors by the Rochester Optical Socie- cisco. Autos to Climb White Mountains. rapid strides toward the proportionsof sloop Alvin B., with a party of twelve. gling men could do to keep their|!

ty and local manufacturers., At the The'trees'arrived here in good con- Special to the Ocala Banner: a city. The Nora had gone to the fishing heads 'above the water.

R opening session this evening the dition after their long journey by Bretton Woods, N. H, July 30. Going further up the' line one I {

s members and delegates will 'be wel sea and land, and are being watched Never before this has Bretton Woods comes in contact with another trio

; comed to the city by Mayor Cutler. with great care.. If the parasites on been .rendezvous of so many automobiles of phosphate mines-the Electric, W. A. K IGHT. ... E. LANG. '

N .Responses will be made by John C. them live and thrive the problem of as today. Most of the automobilists Pebbledale and Green Bay companies, 1

Eberhardt, of Dayton, 0., and others. relief for the southern California or- who took part in the Glid- who are all working overtime\to keepup

x- President B. B. Clark will deliver his ange groves has been solved. If nota den tour scores of autos owned by with the demand. In another direc- ANNOUNCEMENT.

; annual address and then Secretary second shipment of trees to China members of (the Bay State Automobile tion one comes too Dominion and Tiger

William E. Huston, of Kansas City, will be made. Association and a number of autos Bay-both plants doing all they
We have just purchased the Wagon and Harness business of Messrs.
and Treasurer J...., K.?Stebbins; pt.Ash, ; from various parts of the East have can in twenty-four hours, and still
d.: S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goo4s everything
t tabula, Ohio, will submit their annual ,. :Big Grap come here to attend the mountain- failing to meet the demand. With all '
that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense off
Ocaia is represented by Dr. to the Ocala Banner climbing contest, which began here this in view and then give us the
reports. Special : the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the market .
_ s. D ,M. Boney. Lakeside, Mich., July 31.-The today. Instead of climbing the steep promise that there is no. end to the ; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great" r

i .. Lakeside Vineyard Companr, controlled and dangerous ascent up Mount supply, and we are bound to remark riety of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.

by St. Joseph men, will this yearnarYest Washington this year, the test will that Polk county is indeed especially "We invite the puglic to call and see our display of
...Army'.Health..-Improved. .
favored in the business.
the biggest crop of grapes consist in covering the course through

4g Special to the Ocala Banner: ewe .taken from one .farm in southwest Crawford's Notch. The route is three Bartow Courier-Informant. HighGradeBuggies, Serviceable Carriages,
Washington D.- .C. July : e
; \ surgeon JJl MkUgan-,- and one-half miles long and furnishes Unexcelled Wagons, Harness,
.annual ,report/of. .,.. .. general, Henry Thalgott, the Dunnellon r
an excellent test for'all kinds and
"" 1< $ Thefyineyardf.DfthCcompany( company nearLakeside. Lap Robes Etc. Etc. .
fi of the ynifea States ;(
army baker, makes a specialty of shipping
1905cbveted ."andawyer: t js one of the types> of cars. As there are twelve
dear '" jby. statistics" just largest in the country Over6U0 acres events scheduled for this meet,-it will bread and cakes to any point in Marion MAIL ORDERS WILL ALWAYS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
available, ;wiIImake'!! such a showingas and adjoining counties. Write or
i require several to finish them
are owned by. the company;;Last season -
_ is most gratifying to medical ""' 1
army him.BISHOP.
see Wagons Specialty.
officers There has been nothing a crop of 150,000 baskets was all. One of the events is a free-for-all, a .
| shipped from the place and most of one for light-weight cars from 551 to
like it in nearly 'ten years, and the I McFAUL. CALLS We are Always in Position, Meet the Prices of Legitimate Competition. ;
881 pounds ,one for heavy-weight
I the vines are not yet bearing a full cars
gratifying condition ,is attributable to MAXIM GORKY "NAMES""That
crop, being only three or four years from 1,432 to 2,204 pounds, while the
the improvement in sanitary condi We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine .
old. This seasons J H. Burkhard, president others will be for regular stock tour-
and Scoundrel Would
/ This Is. especially so in,,the Villain and Farm Wagon.Knight .
ing cars divided according to the list
the company, says. that the
Preach to Us the Gospel of
treatment(epidemics, particularly a
,;. crop may be double that of 1905. price from $850 to $8,000 and over. "
typhoid with which the army was set .Human Liberty. _.
f "Tbe whole vineyard is tIn perfect Under the conditions of the congests <- &

rlouslythreate some L,,.,,years. ... .. ,ago.' health," says Mr[ Burlthard/'and the for the nine stock" car events, Special to the Ocala Banner: -. Lang, i
::" <: qualityohthEfruit: is1.ue.-Last: the only that will be
tl parts allowed to
.. !
.-M .p'I- ;;,.f!tiE $y v-"iJ" >" .. ... : sea- Buffalo, Aug. .-The fifth annual .
n son was a remarkabiy.'fine be removed will be the Successorsto Standley and .
,, Farmers' .Educational :Union' Meets. 'year for muffler mudguards convention of .the American Federa-. Co.)

Specia toTtheOcala; Banner? ." grapes,but. .:that this.:..season theprosp and lanterns. Each car must tion of Catholic Societies 'opened -. ='

per Alekandrfa; Lay, July Sl:-The' ,state ts.:
I convention of.4he.louisiana branch, of high prices. competing car must carry two Convention HalL FLORIDA .:FEMALE COLLEGE :
: .. ,. ,
C&t "-...,, -- each capable of '
mQis! Educational''and, "" passengers managingthe
the Fa ,, r. -.. 1" W' Bishop McFaul of Trenton, N. J., j
1; i> I ;
operative Union of Ainelica! opened *''TorpedoBoatsYNot,Wanted.. I in responding to ,the, address > of wel- TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ';
here today *\wfthg*an' attendance. of ;'" liner recited the evils of socialismand ,
1 .Special, Ho! the Ocala B': : ,Iowa l Republican Convention. come, > .
about five hundred delegates The Norfolk, Va., July 31.--It begins to Special to the Ocala Banner: divorce.. IT POSSESSES I c IT EMBRACES

..k delegates were''wekomed'to the cityby look as if nothing would be done iy .... "Look at Maxim Gorky, the Russian .
DesMoJnes The .
la, Aug. .lt : -republican Ideal location. t \ ; > MCollege of, Lberal Arts
{ Mayot Turner The the djljlrtment$ !Toward sendingthe socialist".he, said, "coming. to s "' -1
\ navy. state convention of Iowa methere ( Excellent equipment t School. for Teachers.
will last' thieeliays and a higher Interesthg Russia. 'H :
America to ask to turn
torpedo us -
boats stationed here at upon ,
half ._ .
has .< tat past ten o'clock this Standard curriculum. .. School cf Music, vocal and i?
and instructive program present, to. the Asiatic, station. It was forenoon and was called to order by See, him living with a woman.Who Well < :
; selectedfaculty. I' strumental including pfpeOl"]
been prepared for this" ,.meeting.Parson's originally planned that! these ;boats Mr. of the cannot .be recognized as his wif ..
I; ,. .t, I ;! Spence, chairman state : Spacious gymnasium. I gan, new instrument.
:some six in number, should leave central .committee* Never before in That villain and, scoundrel. poLluter "Heated swimming pool.f School pf Industrial Arts, !i&- !
Brigade Reunion. here early in, April, and everythingwas of womanhood would preach to ; ;
: the history of the state has a republican Twenty-acre --campus ; .eluding Domestic Science 8.114'
Special to the" Ocai.a'Banner: ,.i readiness far.the long voyage; state convention attracted so us the gospel of human liberty I j High, moral environment Art ,:
fi Hillsboro Tex.,"July'31.=The Par- that is but Bishop McFaul said'' that public ,. ,
It everything the. personnelfor much general interest, in, the party Admirable college spirit ..School of Expression. -
son's;,Texas, ?!&! >. Brigade,Assqcia.tion the ,boats.dt;; has peen found next and attracted such a host of polite schools were. all righ ,as far as they Steam heat electric-Itght. ..
is holding"its annual reunion in I to Impossible'to obtain the officers clans as the present .convention. Thisis went but religious and secular education 'tIc

.this city today., The attendance is and men for the protracted tour of due' to the bitter factional fight should go hand in hand. Young Jadies contemplating entering the College this Fall should'-: ,

quite large and owing to, the fact that duty', which is necessary in order to between, the "stand-patters" and the -- write at once for dormitory room Session begins Wednesday, sept m- ;

the conventions of the Daughters, of train. them for the long voyage, muchof "progressives," which Is being wagedin NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. her 26, and continues eight months. -

the Confederacy will also meet here which must be under tow. Now this state and which will reach For catalogue and detailed information write to
.i during the next few days, several Notice is hereby given that under ,
. comes the suggestion from the Asi-
itS culmination in today's convention.
and by virtue of that certain final .
; thousand visitors from'out of"-town are atic station than.1t might be just as When the convention was called to ,decree rendered on the 28th day- A A. MURPHREE, Pres. J

"j S, -gathered"'...h' here at, ,present. well to keep the torpedo boats at order this forenoon, 1,640 delegates I I of July, A. D., 1906, by the Hon. W S. i _

home, since' they really are not urgently were in. attendance. After the usual Bullock judge of the circuit courtof -3 f
: Fair*and. Race Meeting ,at Norfolk: the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Flor- Idaho Republicans Meet: Rural. Mall Boxes. J
required in far eastern waters, preliminaries the following temporary ida, in and for Marion county, in Special to the Ocala Banner: T0&J1
L Special to the Ocala Banner: Washington, D C., Aug. 1.- _
where their presence with the fleet officers were chosen in accordancewith chancery in that certain
Norfolk Va., July .-The annual cause Pocatello, Idaho Aug.. 1.-The -republican the .order of Postmaster General Ccf
would somewhat retard'the cruising the prearranged program: wherein City of Ocala Is complainant <
State Fair and Summer race meet of state central committee methere telyou goes into effect rescinding the;
__ p program and ji; :.they would have Chairman,-,Judge Horace M. Towner, and C. W Morse jr.. is defendant at ten o'clock
Horse4 Pair this
the Norfolk Show and As:, morning and regulation\ under which patrons -d\\:
to lie in 'ordinary at Cavite much as of Corning secretary, J. C. Mabry of the undersigned special mas-
sociation opens .here today; and will' they now remain' -at this port: It is Albia; assistant secretary, :V. C. ter appointed to execute the said degree an hour later the Republican. state I rural mail routes are compelled to
1- 1g : continue for four days. Besides, anY possible therefore in view of these of will, on convention, of Idaho was called to purchase boxes from one of the 20-:
interesting agricultural exhibition Crossley Webster City; reading Monday, the 3rd day of September, order, two hundred and ninety-nine listed manufacturers, who have put
s' Difficulties, that'''\!hf torpedo boats will clerk C. M. Junkin of Fairfield; ser A. D.,' 1906.
Slate Fairffeatares' delegates being present when the of :
there are the usual waters roll on-the market 300 different styles '
stay' In home, .,,-.. although .'it is geant-at-arms, V, P. Twombly of' Des during the, legal hours or sale, at the ;
'' called.
; of interest and amusement pro-. a part of the strategic program that Moines, and chief doorkeeper: Chiefof ,south door of the court house was The representation 'was'based boxes, approved by the department!,

4 ,. '\.lileA.Jgr, Aaarg .att0dat u. ;' the ehall'.beatth&giatlw Police James W. Jones of Des in Ocala., Marion: county, Flor- upon the vote for secretary of Patrons of rural routes will hereafterbe

petted >and visitors are arriving here. ja readiness for need of them, ta. flotilla Moines. vv ida (the 'same being the building state two years ago one delegate being permitted to make their o t
from all partS of the state. allowed for each 170 "votes or major .- boxes joast approved b1
of torpedo, boats. After the customary committees ,now occupied by the clerk of the Jm .they be
"_""' Circuit Court and other county of. fraction thereof, with two dete the, postmaster of ther district
"' had been appointed, the cOl.vention.! ficers'of Marion county, offer for sale gates at large from each county. The so. marked. ]
Centennial of Baptist Church. A Mystery Solved. took a recess until this afternoon, ; <
and will sell to the hi nest and best morning session :was 'devoted to -*
- r Special) to the Ocala.Banner; : "How; to keep off periodic attacksof when the platform will be adoptedand bidder for cash the following described preliminaries
and the
? ,'Bluehfll Mo.,. July :31,-The Baptlsti i biliousness and habitual constipation -' the nominations will be made: property; ? to-wit:' appointment of Russell Sage, began life as an
church heer is celebrating the one 1 1I 'was a mystery that Dr. King's South one-half of northeast quarterand the usual committees. In' the afternoon rand bpjrr He saved what he could 0t'

} hundredth anniversary of its founding New Life Pills solved for me,:? writes The Tampa cigar factories are all ter north one-half of southeast quar- a supreme'carve full state ticket', one justiceof his earnings until. ,in time themade IDt
of Alredd's Additionto the arid"one member
today. An elaborate_ program has John N. Pleasant. of Magnolia, Ind. crowded with orders. Prosperity does Ocala Marion county Florida, or of congresswill'te n itself.' ,
-f* been prepared for the occasion and I *he only pills_ that are guaranteedto not seem to :Tt>striking about in so much thereof as may necessary mInat d. court-I
ministers from all of I in to satisfy said decree and costs. -- Ocala is as'proud of-its new
Baptist parts give perfect satisfaction, to every- spots but all a lump. No place and
It used to
the'state' here take In the ; JOSEPH BELL; ,be said that "a sucker- house< are to. part body or m ney'refunded.. Only 25c at no industry seems to have been over '
11 "
'f ".- ; t Special Master in Chancery. born' every minute. its now a .mil ,|Jt' hppesto be proud of ttwhen" J
exercises drug store. looked. '* "
Tydings //T. E. BIGGS i
,' .' f lionaire. -
3 Ac_ :K i '- "I I t' t i. ttt Complainant's. Solicitor.. 'S3 ,t' .f<. ,,_ :_ ,. >it iV*;coioapleted." -"- | .

f' > '.- z f rc

.. *
YY ,
'"A rJ
vr i e ...

< a, ... .
** ** 'F .
m && f *'t'-l\o' ... ,.f'i-' ., 'f.s.S\ .,... f: !':,-. :if'"} > .' ,.,. ""
., M.J.i "
"" -- : :' '' < .ii. _
-y F '... ',:; .rn.z -;' :(" :: l': ." < j; : -- ., ... .. _' "' ,
1 + ,., \ i-fi- :: '.t 'r,1p"' 1'-' ;"-'1:"> ',f;" ;'!:i.-'Y .i!' i;;, '?r ; ''''''" :- ;'c.: "" '4
"i-"k::.'_.':.=:,"-,,':-';,'-"',""-<".:'7:"-':""'.,"'.;;'",":',,',",,':;",>,:>,-.',,,' ''"';' ''' '_:"',:.:-:.::',"'.,::,',::;:,'.-'..', .-, ,<"',-,"".:,,,:..,.":,:,. ,'".':.,'"-r_':,::....::'.',,;.:-:;;?........:_. ,:,''_> t--<:,' ',;''- "' -"- -v- .;.,;:_;=:':::t"f-f:.:..,',':._-r,:".:.:'::,<''',''.y''''.,''"',2!,:'::",.''',,:,,Ii.,,"?.f.',;::i-,'.:'_:;..!I\- '. ,"?':-,.,,',;_:;',?,,,,-.4:""..-"":.-'.' .",,=.__,::"'--X--;=: .:;:..,:.::,,.:,',_-".., ,'.',-:,;_,' i 3S '

,? i-i-

_''c>.- .; '... -_ <. ". ; ';'- ,
Y, o .';,_, ... '". :. ,': ,." .'';:' ,,::i: ; :. -,' .:;= ? ;.>- i;". ;." '. >"'--:;;' 3 ,:: .: j'.0": -;:: '- '-.:/. -..
;,lf !. if.i..t .: :. :;:;O.i.f ::ZA ;.i .;..:: .... .. : -,
.c.,; .fi.;,.N",- ( I ..,.=.. ,;"'f_,. ."'',7/'f,,',-''<-<.:i;. &.,. ',,',.,JI-! _. w,.,,,.f'y"J.:<:h S?.'\:':ffl "'y.. 'iv'-rtS I, ;! .. ..> .jjasiOur _



F 14Rr

.J I
Historic,I Document"Shows ': "'." ;, .. '.'. 0 -

':?Ji: -; Citizens Were" Ahead Meeting of the Pen-Pushers. To Be :

{,'-'qf' '1'\-:,Philadelphia' <:' itff 1' ; f, t' .1 i< v THE WRLD'S, WIRES Held In Jacksonville Carnival Duringthe lwa s Go To Inc Best ,.

e Ocala Banner -
Jacksonville, Fla, July 26. 1906.. V'
folk. Ya.,< July 26, 1906.. : : [ ,;. ; /.' '
Special Correspondence:
.r'.:xw r; .Jamestown ,Exposition7ytnd :' SOME rbF'THE- HAPPENINGS OF THE OUTSIDE Plans are on foot to have the editors and PuiesiPlace [[ '

'Jo I:, many historic facts of the 'state of 'Florida to meetin :
-_-. forgotten. ;,.WORLD BRIEFLY TOLD: Jacksonville during the week of _

nth .to leave the .British November (6-10, and the board of trade, .

;.be'patriots of Norfolk, Va, recognizing the power of the press, Edibles and Drinkables" ,::

r|e'first to'resent .the aggres- Harrington Not Hanged. Indian Territory Confederates Meet. will very probably make the neces- =

Special to the Ocala Banner: Special to the Ocala Banner ,
"IOa British Stamp Act which :
; sary arrangements to entertain them.
o.'>Americanrevolution.. Un- Jefferson City, Mo., July 26.-:Today Ardmore, L T.. July 26.-The annual This should be one of the largest are as Clean and Pure as:
a the originally set for the Confederate reunion of Indian
ae of "The Sons of Lib- was day meetings of newspaper men ever held

i assembled in _Norfolk on execution by hanging of F. Seymour Territory opened here this morning in Florida as during that week the Pure Food Laws could N -

-'and in bold and deter Barrington, the bogus "Lord" Bar- at the auditorium with a large at Jacksonville Carnival Association will any

rises announced their in- rington, who was found guilty of the tendance. Gen. John L. Galt, major. .
hold its annual carnival and the city ".
.resisting any further'ag- murderof James P. McCann.The execution general, commanding the Indian Territory imagine them to be. '
:W' being in gala attire, will prove more -
n'the part of the English did not take place, however, division, called the conventionto attractive than ever. _
I '
J': ....--This was two months be- as his case will be brought before the- order and Mayor R. W. Dick welcomed t The Jacksonville .Carnival ,Association : Our establishment has -

United States court on a the delegates on behalf of the .
promulgation of the celebratenburg supreme being composed of the editors of ;'

Declaration \>f Inde- writ of 'error. city. There were a number of inter the three leading papers of the city, been refitted to '

"'J d nearly five' before the "Lord" Barrington appeared In St. esting addresses and music by the was organized for the purpose of an- according ,

,>-ftolonles. assembled in' PhilaTto Louis about four: years ago and was Ardmore band. In the afternoon there nually, bringing to Jacksonville the : '
of leisure wealth was Joint session of the United Sanitary Measures and the :
forever cast off the author- apparently a man a people, of Florida and adjoining states, ; ,
and aristocratic lineage. He spoke of Confederate Veterans and the Con
[tbe British crown and start the and thereby not only advertising the

"oa a career of prosperity d his English estates and the ownership federate Memorial Association of In- beauties and industrial and commercial only thing in it remained

of Melrose'Castle and captivatedMiss dian Territory. 'Stilwell H. Russell
SOT. :;which will be celebrated at advantages of the city, but giving "

own Exposition'to be held Grace Cochrane, of Kansas City, will deliver the memorial address. to the merchants of this city a "Old and Matured"are .
The' sessions will be continued ourWhiskiesWines
married. The falsityof to
"" and they were
spton Roads near Norfolk week in which to show the people -
hIs tales was soon after discovered morrow morning and afternoon and
that there is no necessity for sendingto -
and divorce was granted to In the evening there will be a ball :
Norfolk a
: people did not declare the big cities of the east for anything ?
." "Lord" Barringtonthen to the and maids of honor.
at- Mrs. Barrington. sponsors Beers.
dependence, but expressly as they could get everythingin
became .acquainted with Mc On Saturday morning there will be
a .
their"wish to be subjects of Jacksonville just as good and justas DOur
horseman, of St. big of the Confederate, Veterans
Cann, a prominent
eorge III. They merely .stated cheap as they ,could in New Yorkor '
erminatlon that they should Louis, He was convicted of the murder the Sons of Confederate Veterans elsewhere. of doing busi- .

9taxed without representation of McCann, ,on June 18, 1903. the Daughters of the Confederacy 'The immense'crowds and the large way ,

;"resolutions. read 'as follows: and civic societies, schoolchildren amount of money left in this city is the
Louisiana's Pure Food and Patent fire department, etc. ness same courteous
; into consideration the visitors
;taken every year by the to the Carnival ,
Medicine Laws. '
t:tendency of. that. ;oppressive., show that the Carnival Associa '
Cpecial to the Ocala Banner: and mode ,,
ecoEStitutional act of parliament Christian Endeavor in Europe. tion's plan is a success and this year appreciative we -
New Orleans, July 26.-Louisianabids .
1-: called the Stamp Act, and Special to the Ocala Banner: they will again give to the people a '
fair to have one of the most
.-desirous. that our. sentiments'. Geneva, Switzerland, July 28.- week of amusement and promise have employed for and'. 4
stringent pure food and patent medicine years :
f.)be known 'to posterity' rec Christian Endeavorers from all partsof them that neither money, labor nor
laws of any'state in the Union.At .
that we are a part of the the world are assembled here to attend time will .be spared to make it better favors bestowed
the recent session of the legisla- :
;'whq.first; in general ,assembly: the World's Christian Endeavor than ever. any upon
ture a bill was passed stipulating that ,
'':expressed. their detestation of convention, and the all-European As this is a newspaper enterprise, '
all patent medicines should come up will
'act (which Is .pregnant with Christian Endeavor conventionwhich the papers all over the state are lending us. receive strict and
to the standard prescribed by the ,
productive of the most per will be held here In connection with their influence and giving such "
United States Pharmacopia and Na-
.,"consequences. and unwilling each other. The all-European convention aslsstance as they can, and the editors prompt attention.
'" tional Formulary and authorizes the
t the shackles of slavery and opened; today and will continue when they meet in Jacksonvillethis !
;" state board of health to draw up any
iion oh ourselves and millions until August 1, when the World's fall will be more than pleasednot ; '
sanitary code it desires. Dr., C. H. .Our constant aim is "To .
born, have ,unanimouslcome convention will be' called to order. only with the reception given ,
Irion, president of the board. is j
e following resolutions 1 ; The number of delegates is larger them by the people of the city but "

:Resolved, That acknowledge. known medicine'as man a pure, and food he and attended anti-patent the than at any previous World's conven- with the high class of entertainment Please. Try us and be con;; ;:: "

inland. sovereign, King George ion, showing a healthy growth of the presented them for their enjoyment "
recent Pure Food congress at Hart
id, to be odr rightful and law- Christian Endeavor movement; every. : by the Carnival Association. vinced. -
data for formu-
ford Conn., to gather -
: and, that we ,will, at all tlm.es. where. During little more than
lating the 'cQd ,It Is strongly ,inti LIFE INSURANCE POLICYHOLDERS .
..tmost,of our power 'and abi twenty-five years since the foundingof '
mated that, ,, the new code will be severe AFFECTED. Respectfully :
'rt.deien'd, his most sawwm the Christian Endeavor society yours,
on manufacturer and vendor
crown and dignity; and I many millions of young people have a'
to the Ocala Banner ,
of harmful patent medicines and adulterated Special, : '
be when consti- enlisted under its banner In all '
ways. partsof .
New Orleans -The
foods. July attemptof ,
'i called upon, to 'assist his the world and its literature has several Louisiana policyholders in STEAUSS & CO.;

;'with our lives.and fortunes; been translated into scores of Ian
Young .Gladstone of Age. New York companies to renew loans .
t&detend i( his'Just rights and pre- guages. There are now more, than 70,-
V Special to the Ocala Banner: they have secured from their companies
Wholesale and Retail
tea 000 Christian endeavor societies with Liquors
; London, July 26.-There is great on the security .of their life insurance _.
Resolved, That will by allwaya four million members.. '
we nearly
... rejoicing today at Hawarden, the seat policies has brought to lighta OCALA, FLORIDA
.. .. and_means which Divine
state of affairs. The
-- of the William Ewart Gladstone, queer companies -
3,has :put ,into our hands slate Stars for Atlantic Chautauqua.
and great celebration is being held are willing to renew the 'loans, :
I ourselves fnj the full enjoy* a Special to the Ocala Banner:' I ---- _- '
and tenants of the I but a combination, of Louisiana laws V
by the villagers V
'ofacd, preserve Inviolate, to Atlantic Ia.. July .-The .4tlantlcI
estate to give expression to'thelI: Joy prevents them doing so. This is the
Irity Inestimable Chautauqua Assembly opened its ses-
those privileges
antree. : ) rn'. ,)British subjects;, of over the fact that William Charles sion here today with an unusuallyfine result ,of the vetoing by Governor We Never Disappoint Our PaWs.Wi
Blanchard under a misapprehension
Glynne Gladstone, eldest grandson of :
.tu d' program of speakers, lecturers .
only; b.y ,representatives
of "Situs of Debt" bill the
r the. object
beir own choosing; and. of 'being William Ew_ art Gladstone and heir to and other attractions. 'It will continue Fulfill Evtry Premlsi and tfevtr Held Cut Fates ......
Hawarden, reached his majority today of which 'was the straightening out WC 8i tw. without th. fcalto or Hllat.4 T
until 4 and the
by none but of their among DURE
a Jury Gladstone studied at Oxford 8of this very tangle which had 'acci- Hb pain or defatioo from biuUwi eoateclou BiM4 .
:And that, if we quietly submit Young who will be heard here are WilliamSunday cued never to retara, Without ntrotirr 01' aJJur _txtre lot. "
where he maintained the family dentally resulted'from the pasage of v Ylff or PoitttTeiy' +idi.o.tlrcut.ntbat
,he. execution of the said Stamp the former baseball playerand -V V Tin Dr.1Ju Medletl t*.It an tauiuUo oq Ai 4"
life insurance laws
the Louisiana
new by -
record for scholarship and serious- revivalist Booker '," j Ian ofUMMftte.t Gort tot thetr1storeM nl CIItn eiervoass
1.our claims to civil present T. '
Uberty"will I asltenledis.ues. Dr.r. E. Kin* U* 5G V
legislature. These laws taken in
ness. He is one of the most promising t I tnii toittudaa.il d1e fMs oomaltisf wwiilM. ...
to and we and our subjects inca Washington, the negro educator,
of the Oxford Union Debating conjunction with the state constitu- I br.tuff M udBeat pfejtidftoi tad tamca*.
are deprived of the Invalua- speakers Beauchamp, the humorist, DeWitt \ On iMeeu hi tti tmtmest of ebfo&i ditMMl b U8T.
Society, the nursery 'of .cabi- tion and the'Armstrong law of New r'II.. !at Md r.u.tasr tuM1u1 sn4 e1eo&rlC4'l&leD
brivileges aforementioned. Miller and many others. OI1o1IIceureequ.lppe4 with&11 &ala tal,
net ministers, and has joined the "80 York lay such loans in.Louisiana open Ie..X-raJ.T101tt ra.1II4 nn"IUUI fcoalriTaaot
Resolved, That: a committee be bon iW the me41cal pl'Ofll .1eI.m
Club," which his grandfather foundedto to assessment and tax at the rate of modern to e.at ntpeel and v* employ '
ted who. shall in such manner Opening Lands in Montana. tr.tnedao4 tOdcnt attendants r f Jrl/
2.9 cent of the face value whileat
: celebrate his'glorious victory in per ; Hi OoenMd pJuMelM being la eltfrga., .
ey think proper go upon .necesbnsiness Special to the Ocala Banner: the same ,time compelling the insurance We employ De mUUsKllcg vuu to itevt 1
of 1880.
the campaign .
and make public the Great Falls, Mont., July 28..-The companies ,to make such 4tocBU twrtUoa.e-noaa'OM terms or AMkM torUefttmint fer UierUBMlytbii J

resolutions and that they cor- decision of the United States Land to 10.00 pet month midiclaei inotrad)and H gl
:': Iowa Educators' Chautauqua. loans out of the untaxed reserve ,. dace of .esn wicGioCNEONICDISEdSES.upeet&e4 .
(as' they shall see occasion .Office to throw to public entry W.'n 1 oVtIA
open ant;
';: Special to the Ocala Banner: fund at 5 per cent. There is also a
the Associated Sons of and of land in Te- BEafrlDi 1 t 'B troll .
about 2,350,000 acres pdt W
d eeogoelIM
law the to
Waterloo la., July 26.-The annual compelling companies earn Beptoje rI.lu. 4 .aiBl
,i,to,.Liberty in the other BritMonies' ihautauqua' of the teachers of this ton county which had been with. 3 1.2 per cent compound interest on II.WA..IWGA...,. f1IIa"! liJJJ)M Mott e M.Tirou*amOfi, Head u4 and m&11paaa Lang blreas.oaota: K a .

of.America.. drawn[ from public entry on November Chronie ... of ,
state began here today with an Interesting all reserve funds and another law N. K. KINO hL OL DIH. Womeo. nos
:a result of' the of ,the effect 0- COtI8IA; et PM Oesu.ralDWherteeu4..e1.e sua .
adoption 7 1903 went into today.
; 'and attractive program. It prohibiting discrimination against &>3SrMn 4Ug you condition if roc in stet R riUctel 6a: mcaM *. ;
ons" Lord Dunmore the Brit- The land Is to entry under Write eadroiittrllMr tare.tecladlBfirBipt.aUukilorboaa9MattCON8CI.TATIOK
; now
will last ,eight days and promises to open Louisiana policyholders, thus .making TAJU1ATIOK AND ADV CI ftXB .MMDR
toolal., :governor, made a demon- the: homestead or 'desert acts, and Ttlaata
the it for the life
before Norfolk. As a result be unusually successful. Among have been impossible companiesto KIN! MEPIOILCOM affiSSaJg I..
lecturers who will address the assem- many applications already : comply with all the laws, as they

:,and:other outrages the Norfolk bly are Dr, A. E. Winship, the Hon. filed at the local land office. exist and relief under the law cannot '

,!erereadY: to throw off all au"and'ijoin John F. Riggs, the Rev. George Elll- now be had until another legislature : :V
: f with the' other colo-
cott, of Detroit, Mich., President H. Governor Folk at Monona Assembly assembles. The matter is of Impor-

.ten, ,the Philadelphia Declara- H. Seerley of the Iowa State Normal Special to the Ocala Banner: tance for the reason that, the three

s,'Independence. was promul- School and many others. Madison, Wis.. July 28.-Governor big New York companies carry about Ocala House Wine R 0011)s.. -

Joseph W. Folk of Missouri arrived four-fifths of the life insurance in
: ..-
Will Welcome Glidden Party. here this morning and this afternoon'i force in the state and each one of 1 .

Yomlnate. Judicial Candidate Special to the Ocala Banner: delivered an address before the Mo- them has several million dollars loaned TRY OUR -
'to'- the Ocala Banner: Boston, Mass., July 26.-A large nona Lake Chautauqua assembly. It out to policyholders in Louisianaat ,

on. City Mo.. July 26.-The number 'of automobilists' belonging to Is expected that he will remain here the low interest rate of 5 per cent.
an Plate Judicial convention. the; Bay State Automobile Associa. for several days, and will deliver two The calling in of all these loans at OLD

url will meet here this after. tlon, started from here on their an- or three more addresses before he maturity, and they all mature once a 1LLE6HANY'V

"'r.. the purpose of nominating nual summer tour. The route chosen leaves. year, would impose hardship on the s

Site, for the 'short term on the for this tour leads the party to Bret- borrowers and underwriters are making .

T bench and for the transac- ton Wads in the White mountain re- Cllmbinng to the Top. strenuous efforts to find a way

,: tay other'business which may gion of New Hampshire, where they The candidacy of Hon. Eugene S. out of the difficulty without leavingthe PURE RYE. :

'up' tot consideration. The at: will await and welcome the participants Matthews of Bradford county for state and without cancelling' these S
'I '
at\the convention will prob- in the Glidden tour who are speaker of the next house of repre- loans. The "Situs of Debt" bill made -
: /'y !y light, possibly lighter due at the woods on July: 28 sentatives making,, rapid headway.The the domicile of such debts the domicile '

at;thestate(; convention in May. News has a fatherly pride in Mr. of the company, and under it ,Put up 4 full Qts : ,

t '650 of the 1,076, delegates Washington. D. O, July 26.-The Matthews' candidacy for the reason such loans could not be assessed in ,

,)fes D!. It is understood that annual department of the District that this paper was the first to sug- Louisiana. It is possible that the.policyholders in Cartoons :

:,sr' seven candidates for the of Columbia, United Spanish gest him for the place. Of course, this will now be required to; Fancy 1

]nomination In the field but War Veterans opened here statement will be disputed but that treat directly with a company headquarters '

serted- by well informed: .dele- today, with a .large attendance. The fact will only redound to the creditof and not through Louisiana Delivered at your : ;?;r i

r :the nomination w-Ll proba- principal, business, before the encamp the candidate. A real, catching suggestion agents in the matter of renewing ; '

': orered to Assistant Attorney meat is the election of a new commander always attracts a multlplicitj these loans and it is thought that inthis Express Office ,i ({f; ': '

.Uchn. Kennlshj of H'olt coun- to succeed the incumbent, of fathers.-Palatka News., way a solution may be found

,-democrats have nominated Commander John Lewis Smith, be- All policyholders who have borrowed: '

.-*,tpositlon: Judge Waller W sides' a senior and a junior: vice-com Illinois Christian Endeavor. company money for the payment of For 320. ;

"-formerly of the law depart mander and other officers.. Special to the 'Ocala, Banner: delinquent premiums or for any other ,

.8f:theAiissouri; Pacific railroad. t Shelbyville, Ill. July 26.-For three purpose are affected.
.': -.; _.___ Postmasters to Organize. days, beginning with today the Christian "
$1,00 Quart
? Regular a Whiskey write for
.', 'Tlllman; Campaigning. Special to the Ocala Banner: Endeavor'Union of this state Game Warden's Notice. ; y,

.to'.the-Ocala Banner: Milwaukee, WIs.. July 28. The will hold its annual convention In Notice is hereby given that when Complete Price list. ?

ojfyj s. c,., ,July 2?.-A, f arge postmasters of the fourth class In this city. Tbe informal opening of the persons want a deputy game 'warden *

Deeting Is being held today this state met; here today in convention convention ,will take place this evening appointed the. request must be accompanied -

-fOroye. near this town; for the purpose of organizing a ,but the business sessions of, the with a properly signed petition "

ws 1'-addressed this afternoon state organization for their mutual convention will not begin until to of. reputable, persons...AddressC. Ocala House Wine Rooms.

'States' Senator: Tillman. benefit. The .attendance is quite large morrow.. The attendance Is unusually J. McCRANEY, ,

:0 bM also! barbecue and other and 'nearly every township In the large and an interesting program has Game Warden Stanton, F' la. -

;-0', t 'features.. state is represented. been arranged. 8-3 6t W, t OCALA, FLORIDA, f.r

ie? .. .. r .
: ; --1 J ... ,, --'
'< ,. .. a : '.
', '
: :
:. ; ,
: ,/ :< > .
; ;"';: I'.. "t., 'if : : ," ,
'i' .. : .
'" :" ; .. .
:... Y : F
:: -$> ''1'f ,. s f
.t -:P.: k; a }
., '
.1 f{ l7fL .
., ri
'' ,-.. ;:' J $, -;*. if.1DEFIED =
-a ;

"' f

':',"",-"'i ''::''' $'''.':'J' ''"_:<:' '-' '"':',-'io"'t-.. ""'" : : = ''- --" "'""; ':-'' '''"'c-_' : _.:...:'-'.";;"'-'>'' '-" :""'-"::;"...'_"','-.',"-'"!,:-,-., .;,.,',,,;-.J-o.',. ,;'_',_-',- ;-o_':':"-l.,'"_'',:' '-t.,:
,_ -_ ,.,'' '''' : : ","'P.; :, 't ; : :: > :; *.. :: ,: ;'1> ; ; .>: .:. : ; ,
_, .
: : : :: :: : : """ ,' -"" < ; s.4ah .{" .
., ,.. -. ..:. .., .: ,, = .: ,',. 'f""; -" : ""r.\1: ..iTf .;.":;
et .4r '4 ->.n:. :' ___. : :':t.V ... : ';: "" -- >...' : S .
: .
;"", if.AtJ.-.it-,., ,,>, '. ',. -3'i,:' ; (.

? 1 .;: :: : ;P

; .; : N .. .- --

"" : FIRST? once Is definite force upon e .' .1 FIRST' STEP TOWARDS ERECTIONOF

;_ I ----- tAn >ody' in,'a'community. Men may in veg. GOVERNMENT'BUILDING.' .

e eminent magazine ;:editor gave he'newspaper hurriedly but; cab I I ,i TiiNNExsALoo1

it out as his: opinion; 'not long ago, never too hurried, to wean iU The ,, : Surveyor Moorbead ",yesterday received
e that magazines' "'nowadays wield al newspaper covers interests that rank in the following) document from

greater Influence than; newspapers, cannot neglect; They propably and the treasury department at Washing,

and that their Influence is increasIng the; magazine when.they;have order ton. It Is the first step towards the
a; while that. of the newspaper Is Wb nfthey have none they omit can be erection of the government building OCALAtS NEW WHISKEY HOUSE v;

'" diminishing.. People read newspapers magazine'will; safely bear'negle, shipping for which Ocala ;recently receive'd :an

on the run, this veteran believes: But a :month or1 two But nobody appropriation of $85,000. This beginsto /

the magazIne'!* taken up' when' they to 'overlook today's newspaper of very look like the construction of the At A C. L Depot Ocala Fla. :
have leisure. '':.Hence, more Influence. The advertising value of the ming' building is taking shape: {

A magazine editor; of course is paper is the widest of any me take Specification
entitled to such ,an (pinion. Just as because its human' interest is : ;" It Is The plat must show accurately the
a large mill owner would be entitled d Until that influence touching acre,. to actual angles and dimensions of the We make ,a .specialty of HIGH

,t to'a belief that people ea more bread body in 'a community 'dally,, is the ex- lot; the "north" point"; locations and GRADE WHISKIES, WINES and

and cereals today and less'meat, with sened, its advertising value figured dimensions of the adjacent
BEERS and house in the state
a resultant be 1 ftt' to their general ways be the most direct and street or streets. sidewalks and curb

health. general advertiser can bring. to given lines, hydrants; manholes, catch basins : is better prepared to ship on short no-

This magazine' theorem Is being upon its community. General) or. ,' street railways, if any trees,
pretty widely circulated lately, and losing\ has. developed in ,, last (noting size .and kind), ..telephone, tice to any point. All out of town orders

Is often found lying around where cause novelties and luxuries Flor telegraph and lighting poles, lampposts filled same day as received, securely -

an advertiser cane 'hold. of ]t;. Probably thus' fat: predominated, among the ;. etc., buildings, excavations, ;
no. other,.,thing of the kind has Used commodities,I or 'because $1.50 per wells, cesspools etc., on site'and location .1 packed, In plain cases If de

so much sophistry concealed* in It the. more staple things of life and size of gas, electric, water; sired.. 'Give usa trial order and we ,'
There'are not,inHhis country een 'exploited an' appeal to eI as an es' sanitary and rain water mains* U
than, one hundred publications: thouc have been made. But growers any, giving the material of sanitary feel confident that we will receive the

true magazine" class that are valuable l e vertising extends to the staples just be and rain water mains. next one as we guarantee quality of

to' an advertiser. If a monthly output distribution make the whole ; while Official elevations and grades of
of 15,000,000 copies were allowed to. advertiser's market, the use' of now the adjacent sidewalks at lot line and goods .equal to any of .same .grade

this hundred it' would' be'a liberal 'es papers will be inevitable. This totaling curbs, sanitary and rain water mains, i NO MATTER where purchased.

timate. That would include both proposition self-evident. It isn't a Add to etc., to be given.

monthly and weekly, magazines. ter of theory at all, but of figures grow If the actual surface of sidewalks
Nicest Retail Store'In
But In the United States there are will stand, as long as 2,350 and relic- and .curbs do not conform to the established Equipped

'in 2,350 dally newspapers, with just tlons is greater than 100, and 600 equal t o grades, the difference should Town

: about that much h.' lr ulaUon every 0 00. copies greater' than. l : ,,, you be stated. ,. ..
four hours-15o00,00o; d&1ly,1t Printer's Ink; fruit "c- _' co -.
twenty- ; Levels to be taken over entire area
Is estimated, or nearly half a billion $8,000- of lot every 20 feet and at changes

copies a month...Besides, these, there The Steam Shovel. con of slopes bottoms of excavations, etc.
are nearly 15,000. weekly newspapers Watch how,|with grim : satisfied Contour lines to be put on the 'plat In TkeAnnexSaloon.OCALA'S

4, with an estimated circulation per issue takes ,_ growers brown ink. .
of 21.000,000'copies-_ 125,000,000 Great gulps of scenery,- least All '!levels to be from city datum

a month., :So that numerically the r restless jaws! and a; bench mark to be establishedin NEW WHISKEY HOUSE -

magazine's Influence. looks pretty. Now to- ,the' Highland's- ,, very., suitable place and reported for .
small potatoes compared, with the he bores references: j1uring[ construction of the I
newspapers. And with her cooling : Elf buildingK
.. .
The magazine unquestionably has thirst he slakes: -; as we The plat 'to be on. .tracing linen A* C L. Depot Ocala, Fla

Y' Influence as a prime mover of 'public 24x36. inches .and suitable. for blue ..

sentiment!. Practically all the great With angry creak' and snort a would printing, no colors to be used except ,. -. ,. <.--' -. """ _--'. ......"_. .-. .' .... -...'..'.. .. ;. '- '-
investigations that have lately occu tears, black, deep red and brown..
pied the people of this country started' A pleasant, island to his' it is Report.

'with' magazines, 'except that of the gives way:; The plat .to be accompanied by a & C. Smith. C. V. Robert F
beef Inquiry, whlci originated In -a He strips. fair. valleys to the, report on the following features:
novel. The 'circulation of "The Jungle clay, as Information as to the character of SMITH & ROBERTS.
y was very small compared to that i The meadow of the Lincoln the sub-soil, stating whether there are

of a magazine Ute Everybody's (only wears.It a mote any doubts as to its stability for foun and
20,000 copies were sold before the dations. Funeral Directors Licensed Embalmers)

newspapers :took .it up) but the book Is as though no .offering in an If rock underlies surface give supposed LATEST 'METHODS. BEST 0\(,DS. WORK GUARANTEED. '.;

I bad :as wide an Influence on public pease *. depth and dip. : Telegraph orders receive prompt attention and embalming done anywbirt ,:

opinion as any series of magazine, The insatiate craving of his endeavor Give an opinion as to usual elevation on short, notice. "
f 1 tides, simply because It drew the at lust, .*. < of ground water,. and state

tendon of the newspapers. The patent But further swells the .. whether'said elevation varies at dif .
medicine agitation of two 'magazines dust I ferent seasons of the year. Give reasons C L! nRNITnRE G MPANY ,
not taken by Where stand 'new altars he has I in our
_ 1 was widely ,up the if any, for supposing that quicksand -
_ newapapera and hall 1- attracted.. comparatively to seize. .-; save will be encountered; .and give I .
small attention. Mr. Lawson James Owen Tryon New x any other data which might affect the -
got to the public 'I through the Times.: .: design of foundations.

newspapers by w"iy of a magazine, -- l What pressure. is the soil sustainIng -
and the public abandoned Wall street.. The! Things That Count. a from adjacent buildings and state k1
c-- His articles' also gave the clue to insurance New York, the seething .o"X' the whether such buildings show exterior (

mismanagement, but the real American 'activity, always the bal cracks or other signs of settlement

_ investigations were a.-result of .newspaper some lesson, of interest or' the therein. -
agitation in which the New The death of, the great mAlio an State advisability of digging test u.i .

York World led. Collier's unearthed Rusell Sage, is one of these. and pits and suggest location therefor.

one corner of.the beef':scandals early deserves the appellation ""great" ; to If there are no public sewers available -

In 1905, but] stopped after a. single in the money sense. The tot Soon advise as to best line for private
uncleanliness his achievements the h
article !
on which- at- was api service from building with distance '"
tiacted'lItUtt public: Interest o f'A fortune of a hundred 1T/N
N .."J "The and : elevations, grades, etc., to point of
c Jungle" got to the,newspapers a year dollars. The world is little ; as I discharge.
L later and and little happier from his life.
_ afg6vernment Inquiry fol : out" State whether dry wells are used
lowed. But psitent'medicine exposures, bring nothIng'Into this world;
for either
sanitary or rain water puseposes .IInIIGlCirIMI..c.ue.. '!
largely left to be'worked out by magazine certain that we can take nothing and if. so, it sub-soil is suffi- lI'.tu.l-- ) .
Influence -1oneresulted The. millionaire, that the
; only In now ciently porous to properly drain them.
the introduction here teries of the have been fhTOftlRl
",, and there of a .unseen to State the materials of 'which the aultS
few labeling:bills that- mostly, died instate vealed to him, doubtless wishes ., 'says sidewalks and curbs, if any, are composed
.< legislatures..' he had devoted more attention states
and their present condition. OLDrpAP3-
The barman advertiser. Is likely deeds of kindness, words, of E. of 4
Give transcript municipal regulations It
to come to tt, overestimates msga- cheer acts of brotherly love. in regard to sidewalks and t ; #
sine Influence.. ;and 'underestimatesthat s after all, those are :the things! at his curbs. tWtgv f. ..:j

_ of the s' wepaperr. Is this: count-Thomasville' (Ga.) an Send with report.two photographs r ? a BI '1'{

The newspaper 01 ...:,especially'" the daily, terprise. ratlc size 8x10 inches unmounted, taken IT04r ti :1t
Is the media nearest to the ,
\ all) people Smith; from well selected points showing the :j
wjfcre; and the Boiled Ham.
every one thatreaches who site and something of the surroundings .if
t the i/ Otte eat and touches Wash a ham and put in into a '4 )

: them on the|widest number of personal tle of cold water to cover. Cook ; -- .. : : J I

Interests,**ad' the most vital ly for several hours or until .. Mr. J. M. Mathews member-elect '4'I(, I l! :1 '
-- The dally newspaper H .. not only ,contains the bone.. Do not test until you been the board of county commissioners, 0) 6ido ..:.- _

_ the Usqo.ideatbl'that interest'every almost sure that it. is done, for one to was a visitor to the city yesterday. 4 ,
peflOzi'iu'i town but the latest juices will escape Let the ham and -;...-..-;. sfo r4anr
_ Le Information about such directly 1m In the. water in which it was x Mr. G. B. Tankersly, ,the John D. .1 F&V l, ))

J portant matters as taxes. Improve until nearly cool, then strip off I Rockefeller' of Coleman, was a prom- a t r 'r'A b
i .
ments. land values prices of produce skin and cover with sugar and inent visitor to ourcity yesterday.' f 1'S tORUih
_ ac1To nA ,
_ raw materials, securities (and the a few cloves here and there over Howard ozton -
tread and butter of life It carries top.'S t In the oven> in =a dripping where Broiled Tomatoes.
Cut the tomatoes In halves with
the news cfboota"; theaters, society, for about half an hour to brown : CLAUDE L'ENGLE
an out' peeling. Dust the 'cut sides with A. K. TAYLOR
rellalon-the refined and the spiritual.It crumbs a little. This will season ''' birth. fcfitw Cartee&tAN
fine bread crumbs, salt and pepper
is the only periodical that wields an fat of the. ham and it will be very
t e atom of political influence. It takes appetizing when served sliced a mag Set the halves in a wire broiler ILLUSTRATED WEEXLy'WITH A WILL OF ITS OWN
and cook with the skin side next to
up at once and spreads Information -, eeding- Brimful of Good Thlngs-Brlstllnu With Catchy Cartoons
__ about all things the public Is Interested Reflections, a Bachelor. the heat. When done set on' a hotplate
There is was and brown in 'the oven. The tomatoes
: mighty little
in. from the bicycle to the automoblle 'made a Maybe you want to know what's so? Perhaps you would
supported by it. may be soaked in a very hot
and the race horse to toUer..katlDr. like to see things as they are? Perchance the truth
It would be a.nice thing to He had oven after preparing for broiling and well told and cleverly pictured appeals to you? Peradventure -
Income didnt be nearly as good, and it is a much L
you always owe
-.4 Every other line,, of reading matter '' there you have longed for a paper that will print
way them.
It easier to cook
you" got
.. In a daily newspaper,: not excluding pioneers, everything that should be printed? '
Dews One of the very hardest .. "
directly ed some one's cast and -
to be as good when The clerk who bid
till. It follows realty movements and you have meed of young express THAT'S THE SUN
develops values. It stimulates travel chance not to as when you for five million of the Panama bonds
near and far. and creates fifty 'per Aithlng: to'puzzle a man whose The and and had only his nerve and -a 2-cent A Paper Without a Censor. A Paper Without a

k cent cf the Interest that leads to our dren can't support themselves is say' that stamp, sold' his claim to J. S. Bache Boss. A Paper Without Financier. "
a enormous patronage of summer and Is going to support their all & Co. at a clear profit of $27,000. Thisis a

winter resorts. Its book columns sell i i The more money a man; has are one Instance. where nerve won out ,

the books. Us theater columns fill the easier it is for him to lie about them The THAT'S THE SUNIt
much happier he waswhen he Stricken with Paralysis.
theaters Its musical and art
feed the concerts: and picture crjticlsm auctions have any.-=New 'York 'Pies Mr Mrs.and News has been received in this city Is Sanitary, dean and Wholesome. !It Is Tropical! Bright ands

ki Us fashion ,- C. that "Aunt Hannah Bell," as she
notes and woman's fascinating. it Is Virile Live and
Felder Enterprisini
page have direct action an merchants'recelptt. We1 have, reduced the- prices familiarly known to her friends In -
its summer dry goods. Inspect our Chaile, .. this city was stricken with paralysis
sporting page keeps vast
business Interests alive. In this.(.commercial and get our prices. We can sate ,- Messrs. last Friday morning at her home In- BETTER GET THE SUN "
Influence no periodical its :Ik tomoney.. The Fair.: -. Floyd Virginia.! As she Is quite aged and infirm ,
Most of
do 1 your do. Get
well their
opinion it.
be compared with the dally newspa a' the worst is feared. When in on
No wonder It Is hard to ; In cities s this city Mrs. Bell made her: home I Then write right away to

per.The msga1a's circulation' and Infioe&ce borers, when such, practices are ; = well with her nephew, Dr. Dan Morgan THE SUN Jacksonville! Florida.
erated, as those that are said to have a Smith. =
are wide enough. It reaches
,a place .1n the camps, of the her pros Inclose as the notion strikes you-say
select clientele and Is read fo moments
Lumber Company, Halt fed and cities s $2.00 for One
of leisure aid, the average of ,FOR .:SALE;; Lot near Ocala io ,. Year $1.0 fw six months
en by brutal overseers ,, ) to all of .
Us readers' pircbasi&g poweris prob- r taming! two' acres,of ground, an,/'abun- 50 cants far ferae
f' bf an. Inducement, .such work be mw t&.
< "J' 'ber thatMt Gf anyhie wa' inch'' dance of fruit trees ; .tine. horse, one And1 we'll
people. take 'dtyIndfiiThe see to it that you'll never regret it. We'll
: give
pates as avwhc a 3uO Its influence : I wagon buggyy..and harness; 17-a re you the.biggest_run torpourmoney that money ever baL _
II all slang the line of 'special Inter New York papers now crop corn; ,four head cattle.hogs and eu; whereas the newspaper's Influ of Bryaa In the sanest terms., Lock k goats; pinders, peas and cotton. Address : t _

li' : ,'7-27ti .Daniel.Paul. Ocala, lla.r7-i3-St,
J \ ..,.
$ --- .
t ,
> .1
-a. y ."" ,, "" ". .t. ... .J\,
.. : :
: :' .
t\ ..,. '
; "' .
:: -
'.. .,. > 'fiij; : .;_",; :':,,, :>::'''';''''':'::> .,,_,i.. ",">-,,-,,<, : ; :; : : : : ):: ;-": ':" :il' -'"- ;: ,,:" :::..:.Ir. :,: } : ::7' : $ '
-<: _
,, ,' ''' ':'' .O = .o-' _: .c.'y : ._ "" a" :;
." :"" ,<<,:_ 'i"_:':-?'' ::."i : :, :, :,.. ., .... :: :. ; '...,.'.. ..".". 6'i.:::'". _/-._-""'>" __..<"!,_,. : .r.,=_,...<..,_.=..,.., ,-. .-:., ., ..;..,

,, ,.'<'-' '' -". '' ': '':'' '"'"'. '1'r '' '. '' '' :.. "-:'' .- ...,:" .'; ::f._., '_.._. ; .'. ..- .....''' ,:".: ':' <-..", .- -...'..'<..." '
;: ; "-:'" ': -i 'C" < ? '' : ;- '- ,> '
> '
-: < ,
", : ,< ;:: "rs -' -' '- ,, .. "- .. : "' : :;:: ". 0 -
: _
; "f'W..1Ii'A
> E".o' : 't'
: : "
: ",
-\-'r- : ; : 1 : ; :
; ,"
: ; ; : "
; "
l-i" : : :, : : : <
''' .' ''';: 0 ;;. :. : :; ::, .... ,: ..... ',", ,,, = .,: : : ,: : ,..., ; ,,, .. ip -
5' .
>' E; ,, : -= ::; :J.,4'j': .? ,:; Vt
.4K tt{ ,, ,, k-'t -j 51 .. '
"F'" >tv'7i1' '
- _>";:itJr -" "- 1-, "'": ) -; 39 I-;: ;. ,:. ;" '""'"- :" '1"" ", '. c '---Js. ---fJ':: -_\ .. # .r ".,,p'''.

}'kA 4 ., ':'

g" '; '... 3
L__ __
., -

; VlNG'-. .-\0" .AND. "IMPROVING' lands: in Jhe' reclalmed' territory! over and Humor .hr the .NOTICE. OF MASTER'S. SALE.- : *: NOTICE.
." '< THE EAST COAST, the' other lands is Sconsidered' it'isat Legislature. IFalOQD, big me'alfW --.- ,I _.

.b..\< 1' once apparent that these lands will were tae order* of I Under and by virtue of a certain'' Of Application for Tax Deed Under

_ :: _Ten Thousand Acrs be the equal of any welldrainedlands. afternoon potatoes can not decree te-chancery, made. and entered' ...Section 8 or Chapter 4883 Laws

_ Hard Roads | by the Hon. W S. Bullock Judge of of Florida.
c Building ..., '.. .:C house. "of ,repreaenta- be produced withouta the circuit court of. the fifth Judicial -

: :TOp' of the Dykes. The .e Qn mlc. advisability :of this under consid circuit of Florida. sitting in chanceryfor Notice Is hereby given that J. J,

_ _',<''".;:-li, work depends not only tipon the to appropriate ''liberal amount ofPOTASH Marion county ,'Florida, on the Fort purchaser .of tax certificates

_ -\? : department of the Florida value,of the product, but also on the exhibit 'at the 7th day of June 1306 In a certain Nos. 447 502, 506 1105, 1106 1107. ;
cause therein pending wherein Va 1108,, 1109, 1111, dated June 6th 1904
: itrailway'the Florida Coast rapidity of the settlement ot'tb.e3e in the fertil.
lena Meginny is complainant and
and 505 and 519 dated the first day
"& Transportation Co. and lands. The prestige of Florida fruit Chatham. was par Henry Gordon as ex-officio administrator of Jane A. D., 1903, has filed said certificates

-" -,&. Florida Atlantic Coast and vegetables Is encouraging* ,'and In his treatment of izer-not less than ten of the estate of James H Whit- in my office, and has made

.e :..are perfecting plans for Indicates that the state may easily of Virginia, his re field, deceased and Jennie Whitfield. application for tax deed to issue in

_ ,', e 'and reclamation of 10'oflandwest ,- lead in': the quality of these. The companies In the most or per cent. : It must be are defendants. I wiiU on the first accordance with law. Said certificates -
embrace the following described -
\ of West Palm offered to the.citlzen of Monday in August to-witr
in the form of ". .August 6th A. D, 1906. property situated In Marion coun-
n&: Of this amount there are Palm Beacn i.uvu acres of the land to Wright of Floyd Sulphate between the legal hours of sale, offer ty Florida to-wit: Southwest quarter -

"..tOOO..cres:' of marsh land and be reclaimed, and Indications are that resolution in the' for sale and sell for. cash to the of southwest quarter section 10,

: of..low pine land. this 'hasu already been .oversubscribed : of POTASH of highest highest and best bidder before the township 15 south, r.nge 21 east
court house door in Marion county southeast quarter of northwest quarter
rstand properly the pro- by these people. gentleman from quality. Florida the following described lands, of southwest quarter section 7 and

"1 dan.,of. reclamation a brief de-, West Palm Beach has large and derson, in his elo to-wit: northeast quarter of northwest quarter '

_;of the topography .and local attractive buildings, pretentious hotels the Jamestown expo "Plant Food" and Track Farming" are That certain parcel or tract of land of southwest quarter section 7,

Is important At Westfjeach I and magnificent homes. It hasa every beautiful word .two practical books which tell of the success-. situated in the city of Ocala, countyof and sotthwest quarter of northeast
quarter section 19, all In township IS
Marion state of Florida and described
Florida East Coast fine waterworks andsewerage with the sin lul of and the other garden
the system growing>> potatoes as follows to-wit: Commencing south, range 23 east; southwest quarter
'-' fjaye1s. along a high pine an electric light and ice, plant the word ambrosia;' truck-sent free to those who write for them. on the section line between sec of northeast quarter, north half of

Sfhlch, is at present famed for and a ,handsome theater.The public Address. GERMAN KALI WORKS tions seventeen (17) and eighteen southeast quarter and southeast quarter >

-'. and excellence of the schools and library are unequaled the distinguished ttew Y.rfc-93 Nassau Street or (18) township fifteen (15) south of of southeast quarter section 13,
_ntity Atlanta. (U.-22&; So. Broad Streefc range "twenty-two (22) east at the northeastquarter block 9; all of
pica; which are grown on it. To anywhere by cities of the size, of one minute's time. .. northwest corner of Edwin C. Smith'slot block 15, lots 2 and t, block 17. all of

'.. tli Lake Worth. a saltwatermh1Ch West Palm Beach. With these advantages word in his ora Bryan's Movements.Mr. on. Magnolia street, thence west block 18, east one-fourth block 20.

is directly connected and the wonderful climate ue and Mrs. William Bryan were 119 feet thence north 70 feet along Cline's sub of northeast quarter of

Few streams settlement of the reclamed lands will Resolved That in the Magnolia street, thence west 119 feet northwest quarter section 18, town-
Atlantic ocean. the guests at a reception given by the
thence south 70 feet to the point of ship 15 south, range 22 east.

:!,the natural attractiveness ,pos- 'be rapid, as a farmer.: in this territory ul. that! the sum "Irish Club"in London last, Saturday.. beginning,. _h':: '_- :-::' ,: The said land being assessed at the
ji'by; Lake Worth and. in addlverything can live in the' cityand, have all the so much thereof "as They were welcomed by T. P. O'Connor. To staisfy said" final decree and the date of the issuance of such certificate -

that can be done by advantages which that life affords, be appropriated to In his reply Mr.. Bryan paid eloquent costs. in the name of Yarn & Mc-
Neil H. W. and Sarah Wood, E. L.
has been and with the good roads and other in all the H. M. HAMPTON
beautify its shores pa tribute to the Irish In America.
) : Special Master In Chancery. Land M. Wallace W. G. Williams
: bi the east of Lake Worth is improvements which are part of this ." Later in the day ilr. and Mrs. Bry- 7-6 Ella Lewis and parties unknown, Unless

'd' Palm>> : Beach, which is indisla project have every advantage for not said Mr. Anderson, an left for Amsterdam and The Hague said certificate shall be re.

o "' of the winter-resort only the planting cultivating and harvesting -j the 'use of the it the Colonel NOTICE demed according to law tax deed will
Sunday ( seems
queen u.H. L ___ .. on issue thereon on the 24th day of July
*- nis crops DUt also for the 'Ambrosial' means does. travel on Sunday.) Of ,, for-Tax Deed UnderA" A* D., 1906.iiftWltness '
"out a mile west of West Palm shipping of them, which is a most important is therefore; better On Monday they went to Cologne Application Section! 8 of Chap0r. 483S ; my official signature and -

:ire located some fresh-water c consideration E. Ingres '.',of, the.t gent'. 7hTere1Mr.: andlMrs. Bryan,. joined L4 'f I1.WS' OflF10rid! seal this the 20th day of June, A. '.D.
I i- =- V \
on every side ex- ham, Third Vice-President Florida Yd than tojmine XIrl their" daughter.I and went > the 1906.
;'surrounded : up ,.. J ft *, <** (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK,
,:.i ie" east by marsh land. This East Coast Railway, in Manufacturers' : Blocks, but the Rhine,' through "Switzer and and to Notice is Clerk Circuit Court Marion County '
hereby given that W. W.
_.'..p'is', about two ,miles in width Record. fancy could not pic- Venice, Florence, Rome and Naples. Martin, purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. Florida. 6-22.' -; -

\bordered> on the west Dy low --- n------- flowing* They will reach Paris between August ,
in the lakes Remedy for Diarrhoea. Never Known Wright of Floyd 439 dated the 1st day of'July, f NOTICE !
Iliad. 'The water' 1" and 15. Theywill tnen go to .
A. D. 1901 has filed said'certlflcate ,-$
: iarsh is 16 feet above the ele,6t to Fail. vote, he said: Madrid, Granda and Gibraltar..whencthey -

,the water in Lake Worth "I want to say a few words for : Bibb. Mr. Hall has will sail for New York August, in my office and has made applicationfor .Of;, Application for Land.Leave To Sell
tax deed to issue In accordance Minor's
As the general surface cnamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di- a careful perusal of 20tn. I the
a-level. with Said certificate embraces ,.Notice is hereby given that on
' ,. ,.' described sit-
.!ofc;about tbree-tenths of a foot preparation in my family for the past word-'artillery Mr. Clarence' r -'>-- Camp* is 'in'. Dunnel- the uated fouowing Marion property apply to Honorable Joseph Bell.County :
in to-
c.'e julie, the problem which con- five years and have recommended;it ion today. 't'(1' :v-' county Florida cornc'rof Judge In and for Marion county state '

'* "' companies is that of con- to a number of people in York county two minutes of ': '- wit: Commence at northwest of Florida, at his office In Ocala, In

its-these to be reclaimed and have never known it to !.ail' to from Chat- Administrators Notice of Final Dis. lot 8, sub-division of John Broward said county, for an order authorizing
the territory !. grant township 13 south, range 21 me as guardian of the minor heir of
'. rid of the water in- effect a cure in any instance. I feel he may Inject 'ar- charge.. -
then getting; east; thence north 64 degrees 15 mEn.utes the estate of Peter Black, deceased
,.[of-this, limited territory. that I can not say too much for the his speech.-At-' Notice Is t ereby given that on the 10 chains south 25 degrees to sell at private sale the following :
the drainage-operations in best remedy of the_ kind In the world"S. 6th day of November A. D., 1906 the ; property belonging to said estate, to- .
[Itierta : I 44 minutes, east 10 chains, south 64 111 -
'Grove York I undersigned administrator of'the es I wit: Lots sixteen and seventeen, /
:" Jemison, Spring .
,section., of the state. have -been I I rugs has just been stae of John W. Randall deceased will degrees 16 minutes, west 10 chains,: the Town of Ocklawaha In the south-
toward these lands County Pa. This remedy is for sale present to the Hon..Joseph Bell. County southwest Of '
ed rendering of quarter
Will be to north 25 degrees. 44 minutes,," west 10 east quarter
one Flortdafus ,
J you Judge of Marion cour.ty, : 1.
by all druggists. 16 Souu Range
the4ipr Section 32, Township ,
cultivation during
ilable for
i T of their arrival and final acounts and make final eettle- chains to place of beginning; 10 acres. 24 East and the north half of the -
and and for his final discharge -
dry season tlement apply
.- Co. x as administrator of the said The said land being assessed at the north half of the Southwest Quarter 7

lands. to vegetables, which aremeirprofitable Big Phosphate Deal. : _. c ;:,, estate. P. T. RANDALL. date of the issuance of such certificate of, the Southeast Qua/tor of Section -
: for shipping to One of the biggest deals in phos- Administrator of Estate of John W. in the name-- of parties unknown. 32, Township 16 South Range 24 .

northern market at that time of phate, land ever made in. Florida is of Ocala Christian Randall Deceased. East. Said lands belonging to the estate -- -
> Ocala, Fla.., May 3, 1906.. 546raFERRY'S Unless said certificate shall be redeemed of the said Peter Black, deceased, -
normal rainfall at this recorded in some of the state papers ,
iartThe" : according to law, tax deed to be sold,for the best interest 'of said
;ij;. ranges' from '1.7 to 3 inches of this week. .wW issue thereon on the 6th day of minor heir. -
& M.
.>nth: ;, As the average annual Colonel Yogt and associates are the donate some* ;August, A. D. 1906. rThIs the 29th day of June, 1906,
r'this portion of the state purchasers They are to own and develop ch whenever they &:29 SUSAN BLACK Guardian. -
/ | 4?% K I Witness my official signature and ---- -
lands the lands purchased. The trans | -
out: 60 inches these low. seal this the 4th day of July, A. D,
cultivation durotherseasons action embraces an expenditure of. MetEodist church in Notice of Special Master's 3aie.
for -
t available
; 1to1 S. T. SISTRUNK, ,
It 1 $215,000 cash down, and a prospectIt'eexpenditure 'Use lOO Jgallons t.- ".., '
f jth e of the.year. ( of {Seal.) Clerk Circuit Court :Under and by-virtue of a final de?
paint, they only
less than $100-
.owproposed by these companies of 'f"i 7-6 Marion County Florida. cree, rendered on the 221 day of June, -
iehdthe area for fruit growing 000 in the erection of phosphate L. &. M. mixed with 1906"" In a certain cause pending in

r- I; render these lands. fit for cul2i.tal1 plants, building of railroads and car- Oil. Make Bare.yield of quantity sm1quailty. SHERIFF'S SALE. the 5th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida ;>-
of the year. rying out of numerous improvementideas. paint a house.1 with When your faUicr plantFerry's *! ,- In and for Marion county, on the -
"- : wlth SeTaint be they were tie bt on the. Under and by virtue of an execu- chancery side thereof, wherein .HenryA
market,bin they bave been Improving
IthIs; .end in view they intend ever since. We are upIrtlla tion issued out of and under the seal complainant and Cyrus '
Linseed Oil fresh Faucett was
,.. .ricta. dike. running west from Colonel Vogt has purchased 280 flower and vegetable ed JIlu- of the circuit court in and lor Marion Wilkerson 'was defendant, If'' the

ustqro!: : edgt\ of the high pinesii&'across acres. of .land from' Edward U Holder, at 60 cents a gallon triwd.fre.Wv.1lppLtcont& county, Fla., dated July 3, 1895, Jn a undersigned special master named -'

,; ', the marsh and low pine of Dunnellon.The | and doesn't pay <$1.5(! f D. M. FERRY CO.. Detroit Mich. ertain cause wherein Richard Mc-, and appointed In the said decree to :-

t ,1 ifitor' a distance of about four tract is located nearInversrV' Oil.:.. s.done. if''I Conathy is plaintiff and Enoch W Agnew execute the same will, on Monday,the
-srV' is" defendant, I have levied on
:" Ffm this point the dike pro- in Citrus county. A railroad.four is. used| Also be' and will, onMonday 6th day ot August, 190, between the
8iJi' will Connect.a $25,000 l/L Zinc; hardens ce -- hours of eleven o'clock in the forenoon
sQuth for a distance of four miles long 2<' : August 6th, 1906,

(iafo He-half: miles along the low pine plant with the little city of Inverness. Lead and. makes the Vr fe..t ""t. the same being,a, legal sales day, and and three o'clock in the afternoon offer

?:! lieIL&Dd then, turns east, travelin The purchasers paid $85,000 for it. iron.: ..,... -- -- -- --- "" during the legal hours of sale, offer and expose for salem front of ttur

--aI.,'the low pine land and crossing Before the transaction was perfected costs only $1.20 per It. D-POLr. BK. J,. F. BI.A J 0 f JJftn.I.B& for sale at the court house door in court house door In Ocala, In said
,, ,.. Ocala, Florida and sell to the highest
'>\ & BULOCK. and and will sell to the -
' 'marsh, until it again joins the6jpIne prospectors worked over the field fora and best bidder, for cash the follow. county state -
All have & MacKay Ocala, 4 real estate In MarIon county, highest and best bidder for cash the
ridge. On'top of these dikes number of days. the deeds Dentist ing I:mortgaged premises described in said
will the has Orer Manse a ChambUs Bank Ocala Pla. Florida to-wit: -
,be built of Miami rock. been submitted and money The undivided one-fifth.Interest and decree as follows: Commencing at *

'roads will connect on theand been received. -' 8.B1008, estate of Enoch W. Agnewin the point 747 feet east of the northwest
south lines with' the jock The second tract consists of 1,365 Worth Living? T ;' tracts of land to-wit: East half and! corner of the south half"of the north-
ATTORNEYATLAW.Office west quarter of section fifteen town-
'ihIch at present extends from acres in Citrus and Hernando counties man has just died In south half of southwest quarter and : ship 15, range 21 east, running south

,each to a point 23 miles south located west'of Floral 'City in and full particulars ( ta Gary-Ajaew. Block.PI.oJUD&) northeast quarter of southwest quarter 332 feet; thence east 1,516 feet:
: deemed of so much ,OCALA of section fifteen, township seven- thence north 332 feet thence west
Camp ;
ot_ a distance of 94 miles. This the midst of tue .Buttgenbach, I
I teen south range twenty-four east 1,516 feet to point of beginning, being .
sent broad
, .,ti.,..;.' toe drained territory: a superior i Dutton and Central Phosphate plants.Colonel ; they were ,EDWIN sPENEL. :I containing 440 acres more or leas, in in said county and state, or so much :

wek; road, which completely svirrwads Vogt has been in consultation lated Press. ,His ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Marion county, Florida. as may be sufficient to satisfy said

it Included In the diked territory with Wiliam Brooks, of Tampa Strassburg, and JCALA.4y. f .. fLOaUOA Sold to satisfy said execution and decree and costs T. E. BIGGS. :
at the ripe age of costa. Special Muter In Chancery. -
; Is Lake Clark, a fresh-water who owns the ; HENRY GORDEN

, '?ko.:of ,an area of about one square on both the $25,000( plants hang on so long was J IC. CHASB.._ Sheriff Marion county, Fla. R. B. Bullock Complainant's Solicitor.
> From this lake a canal will be and on the railroads will begin on the part of DENTIST -

,wirtructed emptying into Lake November. Colonel Vogt returned many people do that OCALAT4.. SHERIFFS SALE., GUARDIAN'S NOTICE "-* ANNUAL
consider it --
Worth, and as the fall is 16 feet in night from Bartow where he espe SETTLEMENT.

"Xv roae mile- the process of getting rid of spend several days before He was a postoffice CL&LOL5ISTUNL&TTOIIEY.AT.UW.. Under and by virtue of an execution H' -

:tsater In the diked territory is with. his: family for Asheville and had been for issued out of and under the seal of 'Notice is hereby given that on the

Lmdered extremely simple. This ca- Hendersonvllle, N. C.. 'where 'he wt in continuous. service. Room i.Ma-.iiC Boildiac, the circuit court in and for Marion '22nd day of August, A. D., 1996.

:? ljuIbe: dug to. a depth whch will spend several weeks. Mr. Brooks liquor, and at. the i- 'coUnty, Florida dated June 9th, 1906. at the court the undersigned house in Marion as guardian county
had not smoked for I CIA ) in certain cause wherein F.ii*.beth '
'ltwer'',the water In Lake Clark four receive $135,000 for his land.- McIVER and HA a for the minors, Katie Mal Mcintyre,

'ft.itud of a size capable of carry- City' Democrat. The most remarkable B. Anderson and Herbert L. Anderson and Helen McIntyre will present my

: the j MHMMM*-- was that in all his are plaintiffs and T. L. Lowiie I accounts and vouchers In the Hon.
maximum 24
JliiOff rainfall In
Take Oxidine for'chills fever stayed out from .. and Robert Roades are defendants I Joseph Bell county Judge in and for I
__ This canal will be supplied Marion county and make my annual
>wj.; headgates so that, a golden malaria. Every bottle guaranteed as eleven o'clock but have levied on and will on settlement as guardian of the aid -
>4 '
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store August'6th, 1909
Monday, !
,**itt.:will be secured and maintained -j -- minors
'*| to everybody wheth- the same being a legal sales dtr, and Dated June 19, 1906.
een a dl'J'and a wet soil in thisIlory. ROLLINS COLLEGE FUNERAL
I is worth living. To ,be during the legal hours of sale, offer -- A. MCINTYRE
between lat- As Guardian for Katie Mal and Helen
: postofflce for sixty-five for sale at the court house door 'In
1a. I
: k-wUl be such that they will be McIntyre, Minors.
: I .accessible to owners on either For best advantages in classical,.scientific taste of liquor DIR CTO S. Ocala, Florida and sell to the highest

'e:id'will reduce the water-level music, art, expression, after sixty years' use, -.1----.1Hav. and best bidder for cash, the following GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT .

jKormly over the entire territory, mercial and stenographic courses the thrilling delights .. a fall stuck of Coffins C.t.keiml real estate in Marion county, Florida AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
S --
10 tend Rollins College. hours, to hermltlze Burial Outflts. tjo cial givcu. to to-wit: East half of the southwest I
: -! portion is there hardpan at : Notice Is hereby given that on the
Most attractive and healthful Deddie must have dons Barial services.! \ quarter of section thirteen (13), A. D. 1905. -
; epth, less than that of the drains. 27th day of December, ,
-Intended to make these lateralscidth roundings. that is really very re Embalming to Order township fifteen (15), south of range at; the court house in Marion county,
For full particulars address. not worth remark ex twenty-one (21)' east. Sold to satisfy Florida the under signed as guardian
of 35 feet and a depth of
Katie Mal McIntyre,
to be said execution and costs. for the minors,
5 ,feet, so that there will be W R. O'NEAL, Sec. example and Hellen Mcintyre wu present my -.

:.. r :In them .at" all times. Details :7-6 1m Orlando, Fla. was no doubt a' good Jerry Burnett HENRY GORDON, accounts and vouchers to the Hon.

be perfected. so that the land 1nJlstrIct : what's the use of : Sheriff :Marion County, Fla. I Joseph Bell, county Judge In and for -
do with 7-6 Marion county, and make my final
all a .man ,can
will be "just right" at all Civilization Is Reaching Missouri.We Merchant I settlement and apply for final discharge
much -
and '
do as a
: of the year Of the marsh are getting dead swell In ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. as guardian of the said minors -
totting need be said. Every far- could discount it.- l. from the said court.
jt good town. We eat ice cream with I S
,16 familiar / j Dated June 19th, 1906.
= with the expression fork. Some time ago we learned I : Notice is hereby given to all cred- A. McINTYRE. '
:: 'lWampl ought to be rich since :I'; itors, legatees, distributees and allpersons .
make salad at the dinner table; I Ocala, Florida. claims against the As guardian of Katie Mal and Helen

., bve received for centuries the we served coffee in the library 1 1I / estate of having Robert E. Flint deceased, i' Mcintyre, Minors. .,6-2 m' -

_- :'e from the hills." I dinner. We 'cave had finger .-- Finest Imported ,and, i present the same to the dd rslgn. -------

., ;: Iow pine land will be une- Domestic Cloths. _. .; NOTICE.
i some dozen years. We are 5.. [ed within one year from date hereof,! -

., ..( 'iot the. cultivation of citrus to use them even when there is KI .. Cutting Specia } duly authenticated. I In the. Circuit Coon In and For Mar.ioa -

,J- I company One family has finger !f i Fits Guaranteed., Ocala, Fla., July 6th. 196(;. County-Florida.
_::here can a farmer find a more at .breakfast after fruit and *JAKE BROWN.As In Rs-Estate of A. C. J hMQD. ; -
..location be 1 ON won't i AdmlnistratoT -* ot the Estate. of that on the
here there will bacon, even when there It no I ) Xfrtlee! i* hereby grhren
g t.neither wdl it nuke Robert E Flln 7-6-8L 5th of December, A. D. 1906,
.7: : :
the when II
the farmer -
year : I at tte house That's 1 & _
dead swell : but it Iuds soft bone I iaE4 60ARI* 'rthe U8drslnad administra' 9t b e planting, cultivating and. have. drunk soup out of a ieacu> i I bone and u among !.i @"r TEED : For'Sale. .estate of A C Johnson, dece*? d. will.jre T -

.. '. J g. While It 'appears to Ise a 1|put grass on tie fried chicken, I l\e mUM cf recovery in I BY A 1 Forty Springs acre Marloncounty.-eS 'fine. land near Fla. The Orange -* .'touchers* nt my, and final appJy return for flaal aeeesats discharge and "- -

; $ ttlOn, still, it I seaslly praybctatipes now we eat Ice reaia wIth a ; ccnsumptic I: AAA BANK DEPOSIT- ;northwest quarter of southwest quar 1 ias administrator of saId estate. -.

:: that Florida beats Why not? These little evIdence !;I ; for SvJWNE 1M apk, CheJists, ;,l $5 \J\J\J R. R. Far Pali Kctes tier, Section 4. township 12 range 24.I I F. M. TOWNSEND,,.
$ C.
f New York. I tea ca tsioon. )''ISee the.-land and ..make me an otrer.Addren Administrator: of the Estate of "
; ; n a to net profit )?QT. r|80cJtI.:= rQgr b.c: ar .7' mmtua \ : : i cd &K&S qn earth. Doat delay- W.1:=I I D"* C Alexander. Shaw .Tr'p'J.n 3.--0,"g3, 6 1 gjJJ

cwhezttbe 'advantages of the i Columbia. Mo.) Herald; _: ',I GEOIGI'-ALAUAU BUSIUSS COlLEGE,'Ja oaJ'.a.. rM1SL 5-1-3m. Martin, May ISta, -900' $. :
--"I",, *:' .' a. I ..

:. t

: '--".."..' i" & ,i .,-.J?,&!;:?:$*..#' ,* : .- -L J.-1,-"* *?.*- ,1'.
: '< >> #."-"' % M4 '-: ,',_. ., ". ".. ._ -.". !o'__ ..* .,:, :'i\ -. "' '''" '. f .
"ct .
.. l ,
:.. > .;: ..i. < .sc- ...... :: \- 3: ... '
: >
:.i: i"..'<';.:. "" ",;';' ..,' -:-,,, ,, .. .: _''f'r.'h.- .? .:,: ., ...-. ---1 ,,> ., '; .'_-J.-:." .::'"' .-. ':; ,Ai,:* r.-SEC-jlSa: sr.a&iaesSj'iSii.., ,, '' :i.V.?!*. -. .""'' :;. "."','''_';_ _-<._'"*''';'...__ i.Jt.: ft... '''''::.' >-"". ,_._f"o'_.-"n ,1.'t'-1. -
: "; ; .."",,,,, .: ..\.. : ;.. ""_,,: ". ,= :"',.> .'''. :,;:!: :'i. < ."".'. ,,"_." ,. :: ,. .._.<,., ,?:":' '.":", : ? ':-., :':>.. p'; -:.-:1i.<;.. '-'-"':'-' ",:,...!" ,.,t- ,:: '- -"', ,:> ., '.: .f'-. ,1.0... -

>, .. .-. J ..

,,,,,, ,,,..,. .., : -' '_:'.; :_" ,' ',,, '._ :' }' "' _.;t' '''._::.,,,.:._,>.,:,,.-,,,", ",-.,,.,,:.:, '-' ':: ',',,-'"' 't't:, 'ci',_,-' '';:.","_;_::-f. _'''''' '"'"' .;'; '''''':7'-.i 7__.,''>!',','"
":-:'--' ':' '' "' ''' ''''' -'''- :,: ,:,,<_:;;. --:;'..'::'o's.'P'o": : ., ,., : ',-,,' ,;:',:':-\7reg; .,'.::; '.u" ':'':':-o'<'.." i,',,':'"'..,.. --,'' "::="''.'';'',,;'..'f"::;, :'_:" i"Jb: :':'.=..-.. "'::'l'-";:;."""'''';;--it'-i.:.:_..,';;.,,',_..,.' ";: ?,"'.' ,!.,,;:,' ,'..';' "'iof.,'."t''t.'J-";_ #-i : :, ; .,,," :..-: ;:Ljf.:"',:: ,: "r" _; ,- '' ,: -><:.
: W ,2'b--45 q -- -
"oj-C'-'V; ; v. -' "'" '." r ; :; 'it' i:::>
t 91 1.* e .. '
c., ,
SY f ., 'i _
". ,
-p'"': ?
i of.

2 r 7 .- '!.-I'="-ly jig%', Ai Rou & BRO.


". H.' : ,. Wholesale Grocers. 1
." :(.,. '. ,

t ,t' : S-"" Ocala, Florida. ; jI

: ._. ', ,:.: ". ..:',
; _' ::: j-: > : :: : ; :' ''. E.--.: ...... "
: -
y ,
.. '
\ .
1 .. .,. ,

7}, :. "' :, : ;
& : in Need Of: :
I ,
; I
: .
\ .
v :
: "
/ :
'. : .

; : \ Masons Fruit Jars : '; ._ ..-L' ;: ;,

__ j r?>;h"f e*f o -' ', : Pints, Quarts or, Half Gallon.. .,.;\K:=,':
i$c'; I I = '. ', ." ; ? : .' {
fr cl :.: ''.' .. .
rj' c r-w

ont.'o: 'Purina Feed :\ '. r "
w : : : .

_ "',:". ', :; ,. M -... i -.__.._.-.... ,;;
_ ;.g 5 5 t ,.' .. r..-. ....:;;.;.L.:

s t',.-l,t '- : '. Jockey:' i Animal Foodirr: .
) .- .....
k 'T' "' t '- '% :." .,',""',,:. --t/I.....
; -. .
I '
"I I :
I -" :., .
: > : = :
x "
_ ,E ti a_ '\ ; ,.< Q -i-----: ::-,' t' .

j ,. : -
1 at
.,'','"" Magic Stock Food P :
,; :
.. .:. _
.' -' < _
... V1VA *
,. .
fa ; t '
: ': [" .... '....' .-4.....
f < : '
t .. : :' : ; J;.'. : '.. .:..:.::. '
.':::; & ( j I j ..; Jello; or 'Jello; Ice Cream Powders ; >.'": :. :.' < ;, : ,' '"
: i- '. '' ,. ":.',,', -
t _,4 t ., :- : ',..' < .-...-..
4-w- < Send Us Your Order Prompt" <: ," \ ,
W ; .- '. \-4. ....
. &.z '. ,' ',- ', Delivery and Lowest Prices. ',;: : '. ; ,f .
I ....
.\. ,. ....
M' I, 't -44f ,
.; :::::
= '
x ', .'' -
"F '
Yours for more business, ;
SL ,j i .-.....-. ," f
j t -
4 : : !l A I, -4',

l' 'If ..-.44.tII4 .

"': --.....4JIII :_;
: .- '0
1 c t : UIIUIIll UllU ,4.. _
Y -
.!, : v :
mw ,' : '' ." e t&U& i

s ,

,-<-s 4 S!; %-,_:.,- i i. -. :. _" ";. -. "*" 3. i;' .