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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i_ VOL. 41, NO;9f ,- OCALA, FLORIDA, FBIDAY: AUGUST 17 1906.. 0 *, DOULAH, A YEAEKODAKS "
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COUNr': ( COMMISSIONERS DEATH OF MR.. -. '" .. ". .. .' .. k,

. 'HOLD SPECIAL_ MEETING. EDWARD L.' MciNTOSH .

.' ," -', '- ,PLANNING AHEAD.When
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f. Architects for New'Court House Ask. Mr, Edward L. McIntosh who left ,t.

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h ed to Constllt with Board Regarding .
.l this about
.J ':" ;, :" : city two months ago, for
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Work Now !in
:_ .jj) .' .: Progress. Asheville, N. C, thinking that the
r Cornerstone to be Laid
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"w" ,If ,., .. high altitude would be beneficial to
October 11.OFFICIAL.. laying your plans for the coming busy =}

'j. > : ';"'ANJ>- ,: his health, died In that city late Monday -

;, ( ) afternoon.Mr. season, remember that we are here for the good .

6.,y j : PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS Ocala, Fla., Aug.. 14, 1906. ., McIntosh came .to Ocala # __-
! of others well
A, special meeting of the board of about nine yars ago from Newberry, as as ourselves: 'r

; AT THEY county commissioners for Marion South Carolina, and made friends of

county; Florida, was held at' the all who were so fortunate as to make MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

: lerk's office August 14, 1906 all his acquaintance. He' engaged in a ,

1.I'. 'f1 F POST OFFICE DRUG STORE members having been notified of the number of busines enterprises but BANKERS. '

had up to the time ,of their removal Ocala Fla. :=
said meeting. Present: H. W. Long ,
'r from this city to Alabama been in the
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'. .. chairman J. L. Edwards, S. R. Pyles ., ,
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\ ,. > : '. employ of Messrs. Ford & Hiller for '" '

:f; .. : : : ,. I commissioners a number of years as bookkeeper. He .

c The chairman stated to the board went with this firm to Alabama, andit ,, .
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M,. \ that the call was made to investigate' was there that his health began to "

ail him But with the grim determination DIRECTORS:
certain matters pertaining to the erec-
J: \ .. '<': that was ,one of his strong
If, ":''j ,, "t tion of the court house. George Mac- R. S.,Hall ." George MacKay J. K. Christian
;-j.- traits he stuck to his post as long as ,
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Cay,. superintending architect, and I H. A. Ford Z. 0. ChamblissT.
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:T- ) posible returning to Florida last fall
Prescriptions Carefully filled -
William Rocker county adviser were T. Monroe J,- B. Brooks
!1'f I, ," : __ ___' also present upon invitation of the He apparently regained his lost

-;": '. .. .- strength to a great extent and whenhe .
chal;man.
..:t" .,,: .. f' HAPPENINGS. ABOUT TOWN Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Miller are now After a thorough investigation of 'left his friends bad hopes that a In addition to its excellent fertilities this Bank -

making their home with Mr. and Mrs summer in" the mountains would, 'restore -

:.'i ;:,-, "MISS- SARA LIZABET'HAR IS. G. R- McKean. They will either rentor such matters pertaining to the new him to his- former health., How has the advaetage of a competent capable and good .

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court house as was deemed necessary = .
.. ..."...,.-: Local Editor. sell their South Second street ever he grew continually weaker, -
p:t home.Mr.. on motion it was ordered that the and his loving and patient wife wroteto Board of Directors and a strong body of Stockholders.
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: :Mr. }{. Rubin Is" now',at Asheville, clerk' of this board. telegraph. W. her %
Mr. and
parents, Mrs.; T.. H.
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Chamberlin & Co., architects, to
31N.C.: where he.wiU remain until come
Sep-
.; : and'Mrs; M M. Little and cbil- to Ocala at once to take the Haley;-several days ago that his death
up questions
'e' 'teober..,
...:: "i< was only a matter of' a .short time. THE J
., -.. .'- dren left Tuesday for Indian Springs, considered, 'and to notify the CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK [
.. She was with him during his last ,
. Miss 'Edna Ayer Gr. Mrs. Little and the children will Clerk what day he would be here. ,
went to Mclntosh
; up months of illness admin
: constantly
J be until November 'OF OCALA
and Mr. Lit.
.. after few away The following resolution having -
; Tuesday spending a
.' : t to his wants and
tering
. -..'- .:: days, in. Ocala, tle will return home im two, weeks. been adopted at the regular meetingof him till the end came.patiently nursing L-----, ''''', _' '-. .". ",c" .

.: the board August 6, omitted from
.t 1 : The Ocala Banner extends its deep
:- }: '1'* Mrs,:Robert Taylor and children are Mrs. Ernest Lyles of Newberry, the. minutes 'of that meeting, the same ,
t sympathy to the' bereaved wife and GOOD WORK
who has been_ in Ocala on a visit to is hereby entered, viz;
., *'a.t. Marietta Ga. where willspend
., :' : :I1Q ,, ; they relatives.
= her husband's parents. Mr., and Mrs. Resolved, That the corner stone of 3.
.. month. .
a I ----J Marion County Tax, Assessor's Books FftGSIWe
. ;,'.,1;, < Lyles has gone to Gainesville to our new court house be laid by the
.
j Funeral of Mr. Mcintosh.
;: Found to Be in Good Shape.
& pend- a few days with her parents, grand master of the grad lodge of
:; on'Hurl url papers sold and sat The funeral services of Mr. Edward
: Mr. and Mrs. C. J, Mixson, before returning Masons of the state of ,Florida F. and The Marion county'tax books for
.;i&faction guaranteed by the Postofflce L. McIntosh was held Wednesday afternoon -
: y home. A., M., on Wednesday the 17th day of 1905 have now been checked up by
. : Bros store. I1 at his old home at '
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at 11 o'clock 1906. and
October a. m.,
. .' ; S.) C.Mr.. an expert with a compllmeter (adding
:
.:, : ; { Mr. G. S. Scott home that the ,several Masonic lodges .
;Mr Qv B. Tankersley, of Colemarr, came Tuesday of
.+. ,...... McIntosh was one of the most machine). Every .column and every: Have Now. in Stock
,-: ae',qne of prominent visitors in afternoon from Daytona Beach where Marion county. Florida, and adjoining
and best liked
popular young men '
over with
Ocala':Tuesday., he went with' his family on Saturday counties be invited to attend in ,lodge that ever lived in Ocala, and his death page was gone careiutty: tHe Most Complete? Line ofRINGS

;f 2 and Mr F. T, Schrieber returned capacity or by representation, as may this machine and one miii! .* e of only -
is very genuinely mourned. He was
G 1. Taylor ,and Mrs. E. 'L. home from a 'w k-end visit 'to his be most convenient upright honorable' and courteous, and nineteen cents ,could' be locind, in the that Can Be Found ;x

Ilsrimouth are visiting friends' atBlitchtoa'tbIi family, wbo are at Seabreeze. 2. That tie grand master be 'requested entire book.
he will be sorely missed here. He was
Anywhere. '
week. to have the remaining Masonic '
,. .*" < -- hirty-four years of age and is sur. When we stop to consider that the
II1 Y" .* Miss Shellie Souter has returned to lodges of the' state invited to vived his who before her Call
by wife aggregate assessment of all the and See Them: .
e' < ;> rvf[Mr*'!?.John.: H., Taylor., has gone ,to her home at Sparr after a, visit with send representatives of their several marriage was Miss LoUie Haley of property

: L-, 1'!Daytona;_;Beach, where he 'will spend relatives Jacksonville., Her> sister lodges to attend., this city., ,his father Col. McIntosh, in Marion county amounts to ,

*, r.,' ;:aYcoapJefof- ; 'weeks., Miss Pansy Souter who was.with her: 3. That all preliminary arrangements who is well known ,here and a number nearly' five 'million dollars and that \
:
, r '1'l'fIM '' In Jacksonville wid remain in that such as arranging 'a place of of other .relatives, and scores of the state, county and ,sub-school district ,
;; 6rnestJ.Cro9k has gone,to the line of march of the
for sometime meeting, the procession
city longer.
had to be and inter-
tax
computed
friends who will never cease to miss
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North'' ,
;of Carolina to ..ent reception committees, etc., be
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est on dollar of Unvarying anyWhere
him every
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,: -'j01atiwIweekS-.vaca.t1on.. ..: ., K. and Miss assigned to Marion-Dunn lodge No.
.Pendleton
". f i ,Mrs. W. from a. few cents to, many

(: ,MrfCarlton 1"- ; ihas' gone toHendersone :- [Mary Reardon who accompanied' the 19, F. and A. M. The Little Son 'of Mr. and Mrs. dollars and .covering seven hundred

; ;' remains of their'father, the late John 4. That the public generally be in. of each of'three large tax: books
: .\ aw1lej,N. C.. to_spend a couple of weeks Bridges Dead. pages ,

:. ;," :_ with. :-iI8; sister, Mrs. H., M. Hampton. G( Reardon, to this city left Tuesdayfor vited to attend, and especially the ladies The news of the death of, the little we can begin to form some idea of

. ;; ...' "<.:a..11, II their home' at Savannah, Ga. During of the city and county. three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs., the immense amount of work that the Fred 0.

f ;';- : "i ,Miss...Emma,:Proctor, and Miss Lou their: ,stay in Ocala they ',were.the 5. That the, mayor of Ocala be .re Thomas E. Bridges was learned in tax assessor required to do every B. Weihe, .

t;McKinney- "left Tuesday ,for' Daytona"Beach guests of Capt. G. T. Maughs and fam quested to deliver'an address of welcome Ocala on Tuesday with great regret. year and to 'have it all done so min .
; f .
in behalf of the chairman Jeweler
to t ; where. they, win spend a short ily.' Ocala.and The little one died on Monday at utely and accurately is something that ,
G4 of 'this board in behalf of the
t : : I Wisacky S. C., where Mrs. Bridgesand any man may well be ,proud of, and L J '
Rev, C. H., .Ferran, the popular county. .
Ift.'A .-- children were' spending the sum we congratulate :Mr. Ayer on his efficiency
6. That all benevolent and secret
-s t sfted customer Is,the best ad young ,pastor of the Presbyterian i mer. ... He is an able official painstaking -
and satisfaction is not 'at in Ocala ,societies of the and all. business The Ocala
S. :vertisement. church Lake City was county the and careful and his 'work has Rifles Have Returned from
... i telegram containing this sad
only-our'aim but our guarantee; Try
'and left on the aft organizations be' requested to the
_:- she:; White ,House shoe; spring styles Tuesday[ morning information was received by Mr. Allan always been in every way 'satisfac- Encampment -
. 'for,men and women Just.arived. The ernoontrain for 'Eustis, where he will furnish a list ,of their officers: including The Ocala Rifles under commandof
Bridges a brother of Mr: T. E. tory.
.} Gh'air. J: his with his parents.Mrs. III Marion camp of ,onfederates, ,
spend vacation
: Captain George A.
- bridges, but' contained no particulars.The The condition of the tax books : Nash returned
the of the Confederacy the
4f 'I: ;', : ;.Mrs.'Charles S.-Cullen. and,children Daughters little fellow was the sunshineof show that, Mr. Ayer thoroughly understands home Monday afterndn on a soldier's
Pearl Mary F, Teresa Craigie, fire companies of the county, 'the
.::- left; ruesda for North Carolina to I the Bridges home and his death is his busines and that he is one special from
Tampa
where
whose de plue was "John Oliver Ocala of state troops the they had.
nom company
: ndthe( rem.a1nder of, the 'hot seal a terrible blow to his'devoted parents, of the most competent assesors in the
:; ;. Hobbs," aged 39 years died of heart Ladies' Improvement Society boardsof been for a week on the annual en-
state-others be as good but certainly
.1 ; IOn- The little body was laid away Tues- : may
'J: ', 1 failure Sunday night, at her home In trade mayors aldermen of incorporated none better and the vote he campment of the Florida state; troops. _
I. ': ; day: afternoon at Wisacky Mrs.
..,;< 3K,;..<7S.,.1". ,,.'}fr.. and.Mrs. John'- L,.'Edwards and London. She' died during the night cities and towns including all Bridges' former home. The parents received in the last primary shows The soldiers greatly enjoyed their

w''':,: t ;:Children are spending a few days with while Asleep.Miss officers thereof and a complete :directory ,
have the heart-felt sympathy of their that the people of ,Marion county ap- week at Camp Sparkman They were

::, a ..) rt' LJ1d''MrS.. L. K. Edwards at. Ir- of county officers including the Ocala friends in their sorrow, preciate his worth. well treated:
had
.: '':..i-lne., Jessie Owens and Miss Alice judge of the fifth judicial circuit of a ,nice camp and everything -
.. "Suffer little children to come unto !
,
1, ,,: Owens of Span were visitors to the Florida and states attorney and county Carter's Pond Picnic. passed off comfortably and .
.. ': : me and'forbid them not for of suchIs The
.,. :t <. ;Mfs. B. H; Seymour went, up .toicReddick city on Tuesday. They were accompanied adviser; the names of practicing at; the kingdom of 'heaven." The thirty-first annul Carter's Pond pleasantly

::_', T f: a Tuesday to spend severalydais on their visit to the "Brick torneys physicians dentists of the Picnic will 'take place at Carter's 'On Friday the ,troops were reviewed

friend City" by Miss Owens' guests; Miss county as far as practicable: a, copy by Governor Napoleon B. Broward
... ,_ : with her Mrs.: B. P. WI1- Miss Alderman Gives Delightful and Pond next Saturday, August the eighteenth -
.., -,',,' ":.' r : son.a Willie Martin and Miss Clentsie, 9f of all county newspapers with a short Holder. who expresed himself as highly -
f
y Novel Party at '
..' ', Z.; Jacksonville. description of business enterprises : Everybody cordially invited to pleased with the showing made by the

a.f ? ,; J4ri' 'Drew. Mathews, a member-of published therein to be placed in the Correspondence one home of Ocala Miss' Banner Beulah; Alder be present and to come with well Florida troops. He was given a reception <

:,;- ., the;Oca1a> Rifles who has been,on'the Mr. Stephen W. Rhoades route receptacle of the corner" stone beforeit filled baskets. .Also bring bathing at the Tampa Bay hotel after
the of an old though
.: t', 4''ncam. p went, returned to his home at agent .for the Southern Express re- is ,placed in position, and that any man was fence scene Saturday suits as the pond is now a minature the review ,and. later In the eveningwas
evening
..?. .: ,>! mington. Tuesday afternoon turned home Tuesday from ,Asheville, citizen of. the county be 'requested to delightful party, Lake Weir and z the bathing is good. tendered r a grand ball at the Ballast
of
honor her
:'r''i: Nv C., where he has been on a visit to furnish rare coins, etc., to be depos- given in guest, Miss The editor of the Banner and his PoinL Both the reception and
and 'was attended
:: ,: :;| :Sheriff' ,Henry: :Gordon is at home his family.. During his absence Mr. ited as aforesaid. Also a list of churches all Maude of Holder's Brown, elite. by family and the entire business staff the ball were largely attended and

....m:; -f' from,.'a few days visit to Tampa and Chalmers Raysor was acting route and pastors of Ocala and the'names Mr. Oscar Long contributed several are' cordially Invited to attend. :I were brilliant affairs The first and z

- : ,' & vt&: his.,wife and baby, who are 'at agent in his place. of our representatives in the legislature vocal selections In his usual faultless Everybody is sure, to hive a good ;second regiment bands discoursed

: Green, Springs. to,be furnished the clerk and au time on that day inspiring music. On the receiving com-
.- i tenor and was followed by Miss '
.. i\-1 Mr Otis Landers, who is now one ditor of this board to be deposited a: mittee were Governor Broward, ;who
imitation of
her laughable I
Brown In
,
,_' ;:- %'*., Miss; Annie Feinberg, of Dunnellon, : of the editors 'and proprietors of the aforesaid. Dr. Armstrong's Monument Dedicated. was Introduced by' Mr. W R. Fuller, -

m .,";.'* Ras,:in4 Ocala Tuesday, en route to Quincy Times is.In the city to spend Board then adjourned. local celebrities.Miss favored with by W., 0. W. president .of the board of trade Adjutant '

.':: < '.f. -lBendersonville: to',spend a, couple of a 'few 'days with his parents, Mr. and S. T. SISTRUNK, Clerk. Alderman of her .popular, laughingsong several A number of the officers and the -General Foster and wife and

.. ; ': ,months in the mountains; Mrs., Miles Landers. He'is doing well verses sovereigns of' Fort King Camp W 0 I'tne mother of General Foster Cot W. r
.{ Miss Edith Kupperbush. of and was warmly applauded by !A., MeWllliams
In his newspaper business and Is Palatka W. went out to Fellowship cemetery Congressman. Sparkman -

; Mrs. Arthur Masters and. little 1 greatly improved In health who his been visiting Miss Sophie all,after which ,Miss Tochie Cobb,delivered Sunday afternoon ,to dedicate the i Miss Dorcas Broward Mrs. Maxwell -

::: .fJ.r 7augbter, ,Claire,are,a\Wiiliston,: the Howard at Grahamville for a short an impromptu stump speechin monument, recently erected to the ,of Jacksonville. Mrs. W. F. .7

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.. ., : Mrs. ,G. T. Palmer, of Washington, Refreshments were served to ,the '
':' -amd lira;_J. J...'Mixson..k Miss Anted ot by Miss Howard, who 'will ,be Wm. E.: Armstrong., of ..others. ,
Ga., ,formerly lilias .of several selectionson
her guest for two'weeks.. On her return accompaniment The ceremonies which were participated The Ocala Rifles were. represented.
this city and her little son, Steven, offered Messrs. .
by
I' ss''Floyd! Whittle -has, returned : Miss Howard will be accompanied the graphophone in by, both Ocala and Martel at both of these functions. '
.will spendthe: next month,or.m re at Robinson after which
and
a Waller ,
.' ; tom her, vacation- : ; which she spent, a t o. by Several. of her young lady, camps, were,' very ,Impressive. Rev. They are all delighted with Tampa
.eo with Mrs.Palmer's ''
Colorado Springs} Indulged until late
-< S i14ke:Weir, and 'is again'at''her-place friends from! Palatka.. games 'were' In a c.c. Carroll, and Hon. Geo..'G.: Math- and her treatment of the visitors to
sister;, Mrs. Haynes, formerly *
,
I : ':!4 lIelTenston. &/Pasteur's. hour. ews made 'sh rt' and; appropriate ad her city 'and speak In glowing terms '
. ')" :..'" : Miss, Jeanette, AUred.DrHand Major T.' D Lancaster, who 1spendingJseverai 'The party was,one'of'Ule most delightful dresses.'Bides. of, the eucamimeat.of 1906.

: i''i'k'r ;' : -: weeks'it'Shell, island affairs of the summer and

... ', ,. ':Tf:_ ,'..Johnson.'andjdaughter' ; of Wlldwood.- 'was quite ,on.. the Gulf, writes shat, he' is was thoroughly ,enjoyed by alL the'Woodmen Inert were a' a
and relativesof At the
friends Methodist church
nrrenorr number of the 'Sundaymorning
., at Gien.S per,' S. C.. '
: badly hurt, at that .place Monday :greatly ..improved. He says',that.if the Those who ;attended were 'the following In
-' \wUi-gpend'the.balance; of ,.the late Dr., Armstrong present '.to the absence of Rev: Mr.

i ,,. KY.:. erf"t! night ,and\was brought, .up ,toSOcal: parties, wishingto go to.Shell...Island. < : Misses; :Beulah ,Alderman, witness" the, ceremonies 4. Moore,' who Is fa Tampa Rev. Mr. .

, .. :A T ., I yesterday 'and .Is "under 'the '>cre' of will,notify.Mr*H.'E., Charpia, at Cry-% Maude Brown,' Tochie. ''cObb, Lillian 'The,.Ocala/_'contigent'r returned;to the Underwood, of this city'preached. He' .
"' a physician at the Marion hospital. tal River, he will' take them .doWIn' McCollough.; Anna, Alderman'an4_ Mr. '
::...4 <' 'ft! KFORsALE,; = placing a : county .' city '_about-..eight o'clock in' the even used aJifs'text the ,words "Let Tour,
:: 'Orderssave' .. While'' crossing Ihe railroad his launch: The, .trip :from Crystal end Mrs. 'Rbbinsonj"' Messrs. Waller., '
'writ, : tng,' ,. Light, So Shine" and gave a very beau
c "> ,. ::prices'"on :our common', ,sand track:fn:Ms buggy he was; struck, biVpasstog River only takes about,as, hour Long. tSpiveyand- ,HerteL. ", tiful and .beneficial, talk on that subject ,

,: A : 'tefc.Good. stock on ; had. train.-:and, thrown" :"on.'the Lake : hear y
'Mr. Carter, who lives_ near ;- :AH thoserwfcq did not Mrt
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sMpmentour.specialty Mrs: Sellers; pfSan ,
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' .Itet1d&: track' and dragged tor some.distance. ., 'Take :.Oxidine Jar, chills: fever:and :. U 'to Ocajajthe"guest''of:his.-sister Underwood < Sunday; :missed 'a rare
, White:Pressed.Brick Co.; malaria. Every' bottle guaranteed at the fguestof 'her l .\ ghter,- Mrs,: Her' City,, "'.'

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THE.: LORD'S. : ::This Country. "' '< J"u
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- ; ""* ; S have lands 10U.wish.se1.1eas! or ;
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and you
: -S Rev? Thomas 8.5 Gregory Un the. : Uncle, Sam is., growing more., .
circlemoxms, jP 3y "
farjriing grazing
lands for
:ATOUUd | '" 'h-" ''- : if you want to buy ,
< Houston ,Chronicle., \1 "taite thepubficfintolis or
Earths, aroundsuns & $r ,;C more inclined to .5 ,

,: J _'_- All the host of'8UflS''travel. :.Ask, the average: man you meet on confidence 'through the press; turpentining or ItJllberpurpses:, _

:- .. About one great sun ". Lhe- street who Thomas Paine was Nearly every department has ,a 'bureau 1II1IItY_ Write to 5"
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In, Heaven
Who;Art -
CURC'
% Father '
"Our. .
< ''". -.. will probably be: although it maybe '0smSICK-
md .the answer of publicity" .
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V": Upon all' the worlds the. .-shining" ; and : 'Oh, he's' the, fellow that wrote' that : called'by some other'name These .. CAn" ITCOW0F C 0.

_. -- '' 'r the illumined dirty scurrilous book entitled "The bureaus send 'out publications,' abstracts -: 'IIMNISI IWIY vtAAI TO DfTlI(KST 1ffiItC11i1 011'". BLOUNT REAL'ESTATE
facuWesand bOdies MARKET fOR DISEASE 111 STOCK Of AOJUNOSR
In '
Dwell spirits" Age, of Reason." of reports. etc.. to the news- S10 5A mtWtfUIAWI1 St ,W fl*0" BVT1UHM4H5ISMOT .
FLORIDA.
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,: ,unlike; FOOD BUT fIIlO1*T6W *> OCALA, 1
; think'.of rejoice in That Is as much as the rank and paper9vand.intelligence, concerningthe .
I But all God and : ICIC M "a Y1IAt All.SAvcTo\9MiM
: ., Godi' : .. .' Me of the"people of ibis*'.country operations of government is S IOISAtL"IUIlTA4 nlCt 25 OlST UMTS tWAlFAaURfO*nn i 8YAU&StMRTA -

: L .--__ ,:allowed. 3 be- _"thy-it ....tame_Mr..**..tHef '.. know about! the 'man 'who swas the i much, more-.widely distributed than it -

:" "- friend'. ,or' Washington, 'and who, next" was.some,-years :ago.. A clerk prep nfng' '
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the most 1oftY- ne. .
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the heart andBouiif '
lists has made a
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is sufficient Himself,, 1.: to: "W1siDgtonwas, some mailing 5 -
Who
Who rejoices in ..Himself the struggle for American ..independence. compilation of publications showing ',Young Mr. Co'le.lltt .
5' '
Makes the profound scheme that there are; 2,037 daily papers and A e sOn has come to make his

For the happiness of *the Inhabitants; It is auite true that Thomas Paine 15,633 :weekly and 2,918 monthly publications home in Ocala with Mr. and'Mrs. Roy-
4,3
; ; ""Thy'*-. : Kingdom Come. wrote a.book called 'i "The Age ?J of. in: the United States. In, the a E. Cole.

: :: Well 'for them .thatare: not' them4 -Reason," a';work, by the way', that publication of dailies Pennsylvania '

: selvesbut 'He is not half so radIcal'as many of the leads with 214 followed by New :Mr. and :Mrs. Eugene Dozier and ?

;- Orders.,.their present and.their future, books that. .are befng written, these York with 210 Illinois 181, Ohio 171 children of Jupiter Inlet, are the t Bilious .

5- ,: 'Well for them well! .days by. Christian, ministers. JInstead and Indiana 148. In weekly papers guests of Mr. Dozier's parents Mr. ;,

: ': And well for us, also! vOn I of. being a "dirty scurrilous Illinois takes the. lead with 1,104 followed a.i1d'Mrs.. Lew Dozier. They |ere accompanied -. The only sure cure foi .

*- : T': "ThY'earth will'as be'done.It is" In. Heaven., book," however "The Age "'pf by New York with 1,025 Pennsylvania to Ocala by; Mrs. Len' Do constipation and Biliousness '1

-S :-S S ,"-- ; ;i : 1 Reason 'l\ a.fcalm, digii.fted.' judicial 926 Iowa, 905, Missouri 791 zier's sister. Mrs Tillie Brown who that is pleas :1t, ,,natural

S : He, raised\untbe\eatjrith! ?: ,ttelbtade. criticism upon: the Bible; and Its Ohio 779 and 'Texas 63!, In monthly has been at Jupiter on a visit to Mr:, ndfeis : '
apple the purple ; ,
_t 7 :' Ripens the.; golden .. author in lieu of having been a blatant publications the leading states'are and Mrs., Eugene Dozier for some
grape; .
: ; I
,- -!, .Pastures the lamb oh the hillock, ,the. atheist and wholesale? unbeliever,, New York with 570. Illinois 301, Pennsylvania -:. months.. flAON'Shiitt' tTlA

_ _; .j deer, in the forest; declared his .faith in ,the following. 245, and Massachusetts 166. '
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.-- 'But His thunder also rolls thither ,Q* _. .....-ht tTJPITM 'Tf' table 'of geographical Rev. G. H. Harrison and Mr. G. C. ; IIvE1'jLLI
: i Tt W4, 1 k n _,!!..c. ,',' _....SS "-..-JTitWTgTt t. *......;..., The following '
_ _* tAild e / "*""**jJlatU! "f'believe'Ileone God.and'no more. divisions shows how (he publicationsare Crom returned home yesterday after ANDTQNICPELLT5 I
blade
the
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S t1 h11f k-and TS"Give The w t1d': divided between the noon
5- r : rt1 (Wli; .,. .:1111', the funeral of the infant stir the live to ,
.: l the.Joret.iF 'J '' gornh rellg1o f'( North Atlantic Division-Connecticut went to attend The[ Pills lazy P j

: daily bread. it is of Paine the Patriot, I 85 weekly Malnes 17 child of Rev. John ,Brown of clean
_ S .... -us this day. our -' _. 37 daily, ; iction-the Tonic Pellets
I wish to speak. The ordinary runtolAmericans daily, 94 weekly; Massachusetts 83daiy Feraandina. The little one was a

iI1 I Are there high above the. thunder's even of native Americans ; 329 .Weekly; New Hampshire! 'lS nelce of Mr.. Crom's wife and Mr. Harrison all impurities 'out of the body, ,

; Alsosinners& course and" .mortals? are altogether unmindful of the' daily 69 weekly; New Jersey.52 daily conducetd thefuneral servicein so that the liver and, all the /

.S become an fact .that Paine rendered to the cause 279 weekly New York 210 daily Gainesville. I '
friend
i' Does the yonder ther> actproperly.,
? organs
_ 5-- ',< enemy S of the struggling colonies the services 1,025 wekly; Pennsylvania\ 214 daily, -- ?

_ _Z' Must friends separate in death? for which we can never be, too grate 926 weekly; Rhode Island '13 daily 29 Messrs. E. C. Worren and L. E. Dozier /

_ _r ,S "Forgiye' us our-debts, "- fulsenlces'with ut which possibly 'weekly, and Vermont 10 daily and 54 made a trip to Orlando last Saturday / .

_ -: :-As we forgive bur debtors. i the United States might never have weekly, a total of 649 daily' and 2,890 and on the return by invitationof No Griping '5!

: Different:paths lead to the high.'goal- r taken their' proud 'place among the weekly papers. Judge W. S. Bullock spent Sundayat f.IF NoPurgingj -'

'cS S To' happiness. nations of the earth. I Middle Division-Ohio 171 daily, the' famous Wekiwa Springs.. Both ,

: 5' Some winds 'through deserts; s ;Thomas Paine, was born of Quaker 779 weekly; Indiana, 148 daily. 564 gentlemen were pleased with the \ .

.But eyei In ,theeoysar1se in the hotel and enjoyed their just a natural and easy
: h And' refreshen the thirsty ones; parents 'at Thetford England ) ,the weekly Illinois 188 daily, weekly spring and Tteataent

_ _T 2 "tead us not Into temptation. ', year 1737; and in.1774, atthe age of 1,104; Michigan 83 daily, 329 weekly; short visit there.-Leesburg Commer ommon-sense fails- ,'

; S 5- But deliver' us from ,evil. ,. '-.. $ 37, came .America: bearing a letter Wisconsin 63 daily 557 weekly; Minnesota : which never iy

_ of introduction and commendationfrom 41.daily, 647 weekly; Iowa 66 cial.'A ocure. '
Adoration to. Thee, who surrounds
_ _:- -_ S_ The greatest sun with .suns; earths the great Franklin who doubtless daily 905 weekly; .North Dokota 11 Mystery Solved. Special Offer.S 4' '

-S S S and moons';, saw, in the man the,,elements'ol daily, 233' weekly, South Dakota 14 S "How to. keep off periodic attacksof I

:: t" : :'Who'created'spirtts;: .
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Ordainedtheir, happiness --'- -* : a nd to us,
: : ,, : Into the'struggle wh h.sOon after 562 weekly, and Kansas 58 daily and was a mystery that .Dr.; King'sNew of druggist and lii
name your
5' '*' Raises'the ears; i1lt" began between the'colonies and Great 619 weekly; total 871 daily and 6,568 Life Pills solved for me," writes ")p may ha\"ea Week's Treatment .

I,_ 5 : Calls to death $ Britain Paine threw himself heart,and weekly. John N.. Pleasant of Magnolia, Ind. of the Pills and Pellets 5

: 'Leads us Jo .the goal through' soul, asking no recompense, expectingno Western Division Montana 11 *he only pills that are guaranteedto Arith compliments,-

: ._S 'S ., deserts, the wanderers. :! reward S daily -22 weekly; Idaho 7. daily, 88 give perfect satisfaction to everybody -, Ramon's Brownie Calendar-Free :
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S V.: } refreshens A ,' ."l776 six months before 4 daily' 41 weekly refunded. Only 25c at first' 't' ';.
tvith
S .' :' ,Adoratton to Thee 1 In January; weekly; Wyoming or money with Weather forecasts and Almanac information. Given your. {'

t: !;r' :" -vFor 'thine is the kingdom and the the Old Liberty Bell of Philadelphia Colorado 37 daily,,. 277 weekly; Utah Tydings' drug' store. ', purchase cf Ramon's S Liver, Pills and Tonic Pellets. : 7. .3 ,

': I' S "world and to.the Jq.: Nevada 10 ,daily Company ';;::'
S S 'I. ,power,. rang out to.the : 8 daily 59 weekly; -- Frown Manufacturing :
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S ','And' the* glory-Amen." -" habitants .thereof". the tidings 1.Gi ,thetmrn'rta1 22 weekly; Washington 25 daily* 225weekly Entertained at Elizabethton. S St. Louis. Mo. Greeneville.Tenn., '
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'S .:, "- 'I -'KLAPSTOClC.S 5S declaration, 'Paine published. :; Oregon 23 daily 172 weekly, The largest entertainment given '

'"" lafr1nds.o1rLH.,4den : hIs soul-stirring book 'entitled "Com California 128 daily and 462 weekly;' this summer 'was the beautiful .reception -
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The.
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< toe mon Sense'** in which he 'showed in total, 253 daily. 1,428 weekly.: giYen.by. Miss Nora Arnold on
while ,
ip
: who taught fpt a ,
:.. publicBchoomu"this, ity.will b; 'glafl I plain. straightforward words the. folly Southern Division-Delaware 4 daily : -Friday afternoon at her attractive

: : = of further patience with litlsltyro, ,25. weekly; Maryland 16 daily, 140 home: Miss Arnold received her r
health is improvingand "
S to hear that his .
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S tnat be" js getting'alonsplervdidly : anny-, 'and" the,. crying. 'necessity- of' ,,an weekly; Virginia 32 daily 161 week: guests in her handsome ,parlor, assisted

? the Immediate 'separation from the mother ly,; West Virginia. 31 .daily, 168 weekly in receiving'by Mrs. B. T. Per
in the west. He>;is,spending '
.
: : Flagstaff, Arizona, and ? 'co ntfYt' ; North Carolina 29 daily, 195 wee -due of Ocala Fla., Mrs. Hattie Agnew -

5 S ', S .ummer .near teachesschoolat Yuma In his pamphlet he told the .Americui ly; South Carolina 13, daily, 118 weekly -, Mrs, .J J.. Heyburn; Mrs. J; P.
in the winter
: premium people' that they were, fools otto ; Georgia 25.daily 280 weekly; Flor- Hobson Misses Annie Nourse. and
S ha received a
: Last summer
--f insuranc4policies see that ,separation was,a foregone ida 17 daily, 125 weekly; Kentucky ,29 I Mary Majr.
for selling thejmostlife;
; : i logic of the Tennessee 14 daily the guest of Mrs. Agnew :
___ S "' In that section,.of Arizona, but conclusion by the very; daily, 239 weekly,; Mrs. Perdue '

:- .' S S, this- summere.Istakbg* .5S-- ;V-.HT* life easy;: situation; that it. was ,in. accordance 234 weekly; Alabama .22 daily 187 is a 'brilliant onvers tionaUst

S.S 55, horseback with. the eternal fitness of things .that weekly;, Mississippi 17 daily,. 204 and was constantly surrounded by a I
nearly ay .
living
aU1.
: I S \ he America should be,an independent nation -i weekly; Louisiana 26 daily 153 weekly ) circle of interested listeners.-Eliza-
this summer .
With camping party '
a
of 175 miles to> and that the sooner they set ; Arkansas 24 daily,. 242 weekly; bethtown (Ky.) News.
took a horseback.|trip
:i 'S. and other about the, s verance of the; .ties that! Missouri 87 daily. ,791 weekly and
: see the Grand Canyon, '
_: .. bound them to England the better, Texas 90 daily and 682 weekly. ; total Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Izlar and son hkudCaiiMCmam. '
: .. sights iof that bearrtiful;puntry Hisi '
'S
: -5 San "Common Sense" was printed by 476 daily and' 3,944.weekly... ----------------v--W W f1vtf5, who have
ot4e
S (
S PreMks !
-s; and wherever been the at Lake '
; S Francisco'peaks, which are 14,000 feet the,thousands of copies spending summer tTRjt. 0

;,SS S- < S 'l high and 5 bn''. uly1 3d climbed to the lit, went !t aroused, men like a, bugle. That iI Florida Sea Cow.' Weir have, broken' camp and returned I

; .l, into timid, hearts home. Mrs. Clyatt went bn out to Cotton
___ _. top, of the, mountain the clmb taking.., ', put courage The Florida sea cow which was :. / ..55.CL 0 .
5--: the colonists .from Massachusetts Plant Tuesday to remain \
afternoon
woke I'
S ;;. twelve''hours: ..&11d.. 'experienced thequeer' and; up shipped from' this state to the New 1- ,, 4t
2r
to, Georgia. with her mother; Mrs. john H. A 'I
sensation of having to shield York quarlum a short while ago and -5.- 5
Washington hailed .Paine as the Brooks. during ,the absence of Mrs. -
S. hlmseu.if rom'.tie-wind and having the which was a great curiosity, 'is dead.
stanchest friend of liberty, and to his Brooks who will go to Green Springsto .
and' him. will be
; S 5 snow: fall 'thick fast around The hide of this mammouth $"
z3.: dying day was not slow in expressing spend ten days or more. Mn Brooks 1 .
S
S S .mounted and presented to the museum 1o I- S S
-5'V.' 5 his profound gratitude .for the powerful.influence : iias been quite sick but is now 'very ? ,,
; : !Galvetton'. Sea Wall I of. national history. The storilsgoing '
A- ,that the author ,of, "Com much better and goes to Green i
? r makes life now as ,saf in ,that city the rounds ot'the press that '
,
S. is1 on tie higher up an ls.'E.. W. GooiJ- mon Sense" had brought to bear upon the sea cow cost the city of New York i Springs for his health. .His many = '

;_ toe, who resides on; Dutton St., 'in'' the mind 'of the American public. $3,600.. However in a letter' to the friends all over the county trust that : 4'g j" :

_. .S. 5- ':. ': Waco,, Tet..' needs" no 'sea-wait, .for- S Later on,. .in the, Darkest 'hour' of New'York Times Mr. C, H. Townsend he will very ,.soon, be restored to his .Q' ,1 S IM
about'all
I S. : .safety.. He writes; "1 have used Dr. the, American cause' when director' of 'the New York aquarium former' excellent health. 'O4 D10 j IL.I-1'-- -S -
on 44) 5LU
S Kin!' ;New Discovery for Consumption save Washington. himself" I were has the following to.say of the much MAGNOLIA FARM FOR SALE.- 4., Ptrig I ''

:the.past .five' je s.lUld it keeps the verge' of ,d spafr, Paine wrote the talked 'of sea cow: flCNY r 'f;)
with plankandwire S
140 of land good
S acres _
S. known as va1'
series of pamphlets
;5 -S meweli and'safe.. Before that time I ringing -
kindnes to
-
Will have tne correct 0, ,
: you fnece around it-: as good truck :d j
round of hot shot that \
h'for years hadS "The Crisis, a _
had a cought 'whi which has been makingthe ,
1' : an error '
five
& .everywhere-and, farm as there is in' the state; / .
ItV the people jEii.-
been growing worse. Now gone? woke up rounds of the newspapers to the S
sublime acre orange, and grapefruit grove, -
together'.with Washington's :
chronic Coughs, La Grippe; cow "which : :
E Cures
:: effect that the large sea J
: fruit trees there are
: fine as
saved'the some as a
Croup, Whooping Cough and preventsPneumonia poise and faithfulness, day has just died at the aquarium cost __________
S will be 200 boxes of S
in the county .
r Pleasant to take Every tq Liberty and to ,Man ,
; As matter of fact the animal ;
$3,000. a CLAUDE, L'ENGLE
; A. K. TAYIORCirtconlsl
.5 the times that trymen's fruit and some oranges next season;
'drug "These are
;: '. bottle' guaranteed at Tydings cost the cit1-not ing. Ibwas presented EcOUr
". in the five.rom cottage and good buildings j ,
exclaimed Paine
'. store. Price" 50c and 100. Trial bot souls'! by Mr. W. At Dim ck of Marco
S -t '* first number of "The Crisis,")ad,.,then, well of good water; one mile from ULUSTaATEB WSSKLY WITH A WILL OF ITS OWN 5
free to New '
: tie Fla. and was transported Geiger church and school. ';
., been seldom postoffice,
has
S. ,- with an ,eloquence ,that East Coast rail- Brimful of Good :
Florida
the With Cartoons
.. ., equaled in this world he went on York by two and a half miles southwest of Things-Bristling. Catchy
: ; Oc ta'sSick. the Clyde Steam-

J':1; :.5-h, S 1tr.. Stephen Jewett: we regret' to in.i pamphlet after pamphlet to show way ship company Company and absolutely free, of Micanopy. Address S. A, Neil 8-172w Geiger Iaibe,you want to know whatrs so? Perhaps you would

:- ,learn Is: quite sick and Mr. w. L., the people! .how, necessary it ,was, that charge., S ,Fla., or Micanopy Fla. like to see things as they are.? Perchance the truth

_: Jewett la also on' the sick list. ,- : ,they should brace,themselves.. for -the I think you will agree with me thatit well told and cleverlypictured:: appeals: : to you? Peradventure -
5' llattta Rubin and John Bou. 'struggle, and out of,their very despair and Mr c. H, Hollindsworth accompanied have for will c
S-: S Little is not"quite fair to Mr. Dimock has you longed 'a' paper that print
his little daughter, returned
the- small- son of Mr. and "Mrs.J. to pluck the courage of v ctory._ by that '
should
: ,: vjer---- the officers of the transportation companies everything be printed?
1787 :Paine returned to, England i home after a visit to ,St. Aug ;:
In
:. A. Bouvier have both been'yery to
S > : .' : who have been so generous
,
; :'y 'l isick for':several ,days; but are tOw and, upon ,the breaking, put of the allow the report to become current ustine. S THAT'S THE SUN "

S French revolution went to, France tp
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: .; }Il Improved. that It. was purchased. Mrs. J. J. Williams, and children, of A ,
2
in their : Paper Without
< Censor.
S '-Louis Chaial,. who has been IB for cast, his lot ith the people usual of a Florida sea a A Paper Without a-
price
the :
As .
-. against Louis and Homosassa, are Asheville, N C., 4 .
S 5 :i;, over.two'weeks" : still quite's1ck.but battle for, liberty cow (or> manatee)' is $100 the statement where they will spend. the remainder Boss. A Paper Without a Financier. ';;
: ,--much better lest erday.: bis despotism. S
:: :' was reported that this specimen cost: the city ,
<: ,,:' Miss Mary :'Juhan"washable'to. be up: Narrowly escaping:the guillotine in' somewhatof reflection on of the summer.
: $3,000' is a
; ? --; yesterday after' an' illness of' several Paris he went he backto sailed England.for America, .fNm' the judgment of those who purchasefor Mrs. Adam Rou and children.,. of 1 HIA 1'5. THE I SUN iIf
has which country ; '
who :
and'M1ssMary.PhilllpS
; '. days, the aquarinm. .. 'spending a few days in is Qean and '
': been' real, sick: for almost a week; is in 1S92,: dying"in.New York in 1809, large and Fairfield are SanItary Wholesome. It is Tropical Bright an
i '; animal ..
: The was very
; I Ocala the guests of }Ir.. J, L. Smoak

_i5 T S.. 'getting' .better. We .hope for them 'all at uAere'the ripe are old'the age'monuments of. 72.; in, this heavy, and died from injuries" probably -, and .family, L Fascinating: it.is VIrile Uve and Enterprising 1:

_ a speedy:tecovery.3S received :dur1ng .capture.' It was .
S .Jr
Paine the Patriot
Thomas ,
runUy'to .
: 10 feet four inches ..long and ,weighed .
.:--i --4.b5.. -' The:amusement features of the coming ,13 it.not about time that.,the American 910 pounds. The. specimen has been FRECKLES AND. PIMPLES TfJRTThESUN
S It is claimed their '
attest
State FalratTampL people bad 'begun to .

:. ::1; /; ; a;P: tS.. #'.!W. ,be(:superior: to .those>:,.of any.,fair appreciation. -- -- of hatj 10. ,this man did' turned over to .the American Museum; REMOVED. In .Ten:Days. Most of your neighbors* do. Get their opinion on it
: 'Dimock'sname.
,
in Mr.
.-.j: '$i1'* held in the'souh., ) Pres.. identTJ.L for the establishment of its place' of Natural History S _4 Nadiaola S Then write right away to S 2

,.' Brown 'of; the Fair 'association, will among, ;'the.nations of', the:;.earth.? THE SUN Jacks&iiynie ]fnorid

S 'ipend j the next/two"or.three 'wek9n .--,-,- The. Complexion ,.
_, A shipment of rugs has just been .
:
-< Eczema..For Beautifier
Inclose
S of 'the big attraction centers I u a.I as the notion etrikes 1
t 'a to :: I you-say
; shows will be.secnred .the.food of,those,sutf ringWith received by us.' Will you be. one ,to '' doned ly' tiousaadstfunatwd '

'f and high
\, regardless ; ? Ocala Fun itur Co. x S : '';
wife, ha lt .sojnethink' of price : S to remove :_ 1IL
:nature to.sayt jmy, .
:nothing! (aihadyor'common i : I... all aaal diJcolora" .
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. : THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE: ITS FLUCTUATIONS, AND VAST
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j I u VOL._ 41, I NO..9. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR

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f-HWBJIM8S ABOUT TOWN., Where Ocala People Are Spending Mciver and children at Hickory, N. A Beautiful Compliment for Mrs. Ma a
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Their Summer Vacation. ., C.; ,Mrs. W. W. Condon and Mrs. .rean. .

\ ,,; 'as, SARA ELIZABETH': HARRIS. A great many Ocala people are Campbell at. Benton ,Harbor Mich.; We had recently an opportunity: to NOy

Local, Editor. spending the summer away this sea Mrs. Robert Taylor and children in make ,the acquaintance of a, novelestof ED .yo S ,

Atlanta: Judge D. S., Williams :Syracuse considerable; fame, who has lived \.1 Ll4Aw4&Ddnco

:Ernest'Sinc atr' Oldfleld Is the name son. Some are 'away' for ,the entire ,':N.. Y.; Mrs., H. L. Anderson and in Ocala. for many years, Mrs. Beatrice

,ibt ,bas been given, to the little son summer, while others will only be outlot daughters in Indiana; Mrs. J. S. Marean the wife of a well-known

r .:of:Mr., and Mrs. W. Ernest. Oldfleld. > the city for ,a few weeks. The Hooper and children in Maine; Mrs.! physician of that city. ,Mrs. Marean

r 4v S mountains and the seashore are equal. \v. S. Durst and Mrs. E. C. McLeod has written a number of novels that
l )Ira.. J. W. Pearson is.at home from I
I and children at St. Petersburg Mrs.
; have had wide sale. The first
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ly popular this with Ocala one
summer
Y (< 'v1itt to her son and daughter-in- ,
: W. N. Camp and children, Mrs. Clar published '"The'Tragedies of Oak-
:'oiks. .. .._4i
law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pearson, at
and children Mrs. Jack '
Camp ,
ence
hurst is local
: in its coloring and
>Apop'ka. I The following Is a list of some of
Camp and children are in Virginia .
intensely, interesting from start to '
'the Ocalaites who are away and their|
E' : and Mrs. C., L. Anderson and finish. Mrs. Marean Is a pleasant ladylike ..
other ,D. Bottol cio, of the Cathoe lummeraddresses:
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f baby and Miss Eloyse Izlar are in
woman not yet much past forty,
David S. Woodrow has gone to Holt ,
t ) chUrch in this city, U on 'a visit South .Carolina.
Y land, and win visit England Scot if one may.judge: by appearances; hasa
v lot t Palatka, and, will be In that city Mr. George K. Robinson is spending '
delightfully cozy home, and is a
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land and other European countries before + .
about*two.mODthr.J. .3f1
the summer travelling through the charming person to meet: The storywe
':. returning home, in the fall Mrs, ,
f:j eastern states and will go west beforehe read
t have is of high moral tone
DdE' r. Martin Van.B.VanNeu; ; ,' of In. Woodrow and'daughter are at presentat
returns home; Mr. and Mrs. A. G.; : .
and one which once begun one will
1 einess, has returned borne from a Bristol Tenn., with Mrs. Woodiow'g ED
; Gates and son are at Providence R. .., not sleep until it is finished. The BOCK
I : atot'several. months In Missouri, sister Mrs. Hoffman.
for the summer; Mrs. Dittmar and heavy vlllan in It'Jl0: closely
){: inhere e'formeriy. .; lived. At Asheville and other places in the reproduced
; children are at Providence, R. I., with a well-known rich man of Ocala
mountains of Carolina
"\ North are the
:Mrs. Ei C., Staley returned to' her Allowing: Mrs. Allan Munroe, Mr; relatives; Mr. Charles Stockton and that his lawyer' forbade Mrs. Marean

f'r <.Dome" In 'Jacksonville Saturday after Robert Munroe, Misses Annie'and AIr son at Stockton, .Ga., with Mrs. Thomas' to publish, it. She. however, paid no The Great Home

4r5 l\.'visit. ..of a few days in Ocala with her ble Munroe, Miss Polly Williams, Mrs.B. parents, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam heed to his threats. A number of

Mr. and Mrs. Knight; Mr. and Mrs. P. C.. Davis,are books been
parents, C. L. Moore. J. Potter,. Mrs. Mallory Liddon, pleasant ,have written, \ ''tr Drink For AllIndigestion
at Colorado ,Springs, Colorado.At founded facts but .
r t Miss Valeta Potter, Mrs. S. W.! on Florida! none !

:rt T. A. Mltche rand little daugh Rhoades, Mrs. George' MacKay and Lake Weir are the families of more attractive, that we have seen, fA>

'F: Iter, Pauline, of Beilevlew, remain Ink children, Mrs. C. R. Tydlngs and chll+ Messrs., D. W. Davis, E. W. Davis, A. than the Tragedies of Oakb.urst.-ArT: -

." Lakeland .during the absence of Mr. dren, Mrs., B. W. .McDonald, Mrs. Tj; L. Izlar, W. W Clyatt, W. J. Chambers cadla Champion. .;

Mitchell, who has gone to New York. J. R. Moorehead, Mrs. S.. A.
r t? H. Johnson and Miss Clara Johnson; -- lUll
Standley and children Mrs. W.. C. Str
Has Gone to Purchase '
Mrs. T. T. Munroe Miss Byrd Wart Minlnery.
: ZJ tf Mrs.: P., Y Leayengood and son, Lindsay and children, Mrs. mann, Mrs. Richard Hall and sons;
( HanseU, have'. returned"- after a old and children and a great many '
r Affled's
MatUe'W111lams. 'Miss milliner Miss
Mary ,
Miss Mrs.E.. L. Car The value real .
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four, weeks' absence, which they others who go back and forth between great _a ,
Green Ethel Harris has to New York
ney, L. N. Mrs. W W. Stripling ': gone! ; I
It" y with relatives in Savannah and Ocala and the lakQ a numberof
pent i
Baltimore and other eastern cities Ale
,.\1 ,' ., Mrs. H. M. Hampton. Mr., and genuine Ginger as a
times the months.
; Augustine. during summer
\1st. Mrs E., L. McIntosh, Miss Freddie to attend the fall millinery openings.

.-:- Foy, lair. and Mrs. W. M. Ross and Quite a large number of Ocala peo She will find the latest styles while remedial agent; for Indigestion has '
; I ,Editor: and Mrs.Hugh Sparkman. of ple have already ,been away,on their
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daughter, Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, Miss away, and when she returns to Ocala -

!! ."', Zolfo, announce the..birth of 'a\ blues Adele Bittinger, Mrs Jake Brown and vacations and at home again, while will.be able to give Miss Afflect's, customers been thoroughly and satisfactorily _

ft -, eyed, baby, boy Mr.; and Mrs. Spark : children others contemplate going away later the benefit ,of the ''knowledgeshe
Red Rock Ale.This
{'. man lived to.'thUrc'ity; before going to .% will obtain. proven by 'Ginger .
r" At Seabreeze and Daytona Beachare on.This ,
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: ilfo.Mrs.; paper hopes that each and
t- : the following: Mrs. J. M. Meffert Miss Harris will purchase, a big
that have statement is sustained by the fact
every one gone away are
and family, Mrs. T. H. WalUs and children line of the most stylish and up to ,

\. I' A. 3. Llddon of Ocala, stopped Mrs. Acosta Miss Margaret and having, a delightful .summer: \ date pattern bats"aDd all kinds ,of that eminent and ethical physicians _

'-! '"with"<<,.....,'realUvea'--< here a 'few days, durIng Willie Anderson, Mrs. ,G. S.' Scott and millinery' It will be one of the hand > enthusiastically recommend it I z
the week,..She was en route to Death of Major Root.
somest lines to Ocala. and
daughter Miss Louise, Mrs. R. R. Car ever brought use it in their practice.

':Wsfbornand Jennings'to -visit relatives. roll and baby Mrs. F. T.. ,.Schrieber News has been received In Ocala of She will be ..away for about three

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''\i' Starke Telegraph and children; Mrs. Frank Drade and' the death of Major Edward Root, weeks and :will,.give the markets .a --- .

'} *; : daughter Mrs. George K. Robinson which occurred some days, ago at .his thorough investigation. ,8.12The On sale (bottled),at all groceries, and on draught at soda founts :
;'> \fMeasrs. Will and,James Taylor came I
home at Norton Conn. Major Root
and family, Mr. and, Mrs. F. A. Tea.
'8. 'home. Saturday- afternoon from ,Day. gue*and children, Mr. and Mrs. J. F\ was until a few years ago a prominentand Post Case. Will be Tried Again.'Attorneys l .

w4 toes it41lwh8rel.< they, hava bean prosperous! citizen Of Ocala and Bisbee & Odell ando Col.
"SIV Wllliamlon, Mr., and Mrs. S. R. Wbaley1 ,
:,enjoying their two weeks' vacation., and children 'Mr.- and 'Mrs. Isaac his. friends here will ,regret to learn Otis rTGreen, counsel for Mrs. Helen z

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'ThVybadr4fmpsi'delightful time.
Y ; of his death. Willmans Post, the, Seabreeze mental
sil {p"1 Stevens, Miss Nellie Stevens,; Mrs. J, '"
r fe-.t" W. HopkinsMiss May Hopkins and He was,eighty-one years of age, wasa .healer, convicted 'las-t January. in the -THE-
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.,:Mr. and Mrs. 0.: 8. Scott\rand Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cam and chil- veteran of the civil war on the Un i United States district. court of fraudulent 1r

; utw Scott, leftSaturdsy; 'forDay.- dren., ion side and is survived by several 'use of mails in carrying on the Marion Hardware COJ1)pgij
Beach; Mrs. and Miss Scott will )
I ; children, viz: Mrs. Clara Wendt of
rc r', Mr and Mrs. Edward Holder are In business,.of mental healer, have filed .
rem several weeks and
:over for ,
Edd'Charles
Jacksonville and Messrs. and
')t;' Minnesota and Miss Jean Austin la another motion: for: a new trial. Q .
;
r Mr.; Scott wlU. stay over for a few Root. which -HEADQUARTERS ,; :
+ i with relatives at' St. Paul. There) are several grounds on _,

1. :' .- dayswith, them.. Mrs. Will Edwards is in Alabama;; The Ansonia (Conn.,) papers in the new trial .is asked, but the niost American Wire Fencin } -n: :,i

.. -,. Miss Dora Williams in South Caroj speaking of his death says in part: important relates to the discovery of '
Mrs.' Hannah Raw, mother,of Mr. Mr. Root disposed of \most of hisproperty. L. Sash |Doors andBlinds .,
line, Mrs. Spelgner Anderson and an allege letter written by B. <, h,, '

t :f '. '..A. Pawls,of this city,-.has returned children,. Augusta, Ga.; Judge and in Ansonia and went to Florida Willis, M. D, a witness for the United .' .-

r .:_,_ .home(from. a visit. to relatives, in Mrs. R. McConatby, Louisville, Ky.; in 1886, engaging in the livery bus States in the case against Mrs. Post, Paints.. Oils and, Varnishes, ;-,. <..-,.:, :."J'< : .-

i < Savannah and Firnandlna. 'In the lat. Mrs. Kate Taylor at Boyd's Tank] 1 iness in Ocala e also bought.several which ..flatly contradicts his state- Mill and =
: Mining Supplies 3:
abe : ,
Ur place was the guest of the and real estate in Marion the stand the _
Ala.; Miss Rboda Liddon is visiting orange groves ment made on during ..

{f"" ,tamtlyot Doaal&1. her brother, Mr. A. 0. Me- in Tampa; Mrs. W. J. Lohrig .Mrs) county, but was ruined, like, so., trial last January. The letter .in question ; : Turpentine Snpplies, .

t.- & Jessie .Haycraft'' and daughter, Mrs. Fj many others, by the 'big freeze. was written. to Dr.. John A. Van -,, "' 4.'ci,1';' "' :I ,1 i

r.. W. Miller and daughter and Mrs. Tt] In 1894 he married Miss; ;S\ell t Valzah, of Daytona.The '',,.. ';' Improved Fan 1g 'Too, I$]

:: Mrs.. A. T. Swartz and children Scott, of Ocala; she being the(second ,
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\: E., Biggs and her two daughters are ., ': '
west ;down. to. Lake Weir: Saturday Pablo Beach for some weeks, and tat wife, and after Her death In 1897, returned Government Dredge on Crystal GET OUR PRICES ; : .

afternoon to, spend a couple of,weeks, Connecticut pard'
., : Miss Eloise Miller is spending the to but another River.
'T :,and from there will go on to clearwater duration
F' visit:considerable to
summer at St. Augustine and South The government dredge Florida Is.
i i.;:j ,for the rest of the summer. Mr., Beach. this: state'to 'settle,up his business, at already at work, making preliminaries Marion Hardware Company

t'.t, 'Swaru-accompanied them to the lake : I "
Ocala and visit his i dEhter,1Mrs
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Mrs. L. J. Knight and baby. Mrs. E; to the beginning of the dredge work.I -

.r to, spend several days. T. Helveston, Mrs. Arthur 'Clark and Clara M. Wendt, and little .granddaughter This1 vessel will be' here for about l ,-

in )Miss Grace Hatchell are at Rayburn at Jacksonville, Fla. six months and will put Crystal river I ', ', --..., ... .-., ., -.-.. -., ,-" j
1. bony was represented Ocala [the'
Gap, Ga., for two months, and Mrs; Mr. Root's reg1meDt'was -12th on the map' In Big 'Black Bold Face
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Saturday :by Messrs. Priest,
t will Knight is in Virginia. Connecticut Volunteer Infantry; in type before she' leaves us. Captain Bie
:,:'ll ,Priest 8., P. Lamb, Ward Griffin, ,, '
which .he enlisted August 13, J862; in his THE .
Mr. John Mrs. Frank Harris and Miss Louise is an experienced gentleman ANNEX
and Mrs. Priest and Dr. Eat SALOONf'
,caQ., Lindner. Harris have been at Talullah Falls) He was wounded July 20, 1364. at line and he' has spoken' very encouragingly _3
Y ; Peach Tree Creek Ga., where'his:reg'
Ga., for several weeks. 'of the project. a
i At, Monteagle Tenn.. this summer :iment made a gallant charge. The: reg: Every factory, mill and business enterprise
The local Woodmen the World
of ,
Initiated five new members into the i I are Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Groves and iment was porminent at Chancellors- is moving with an air of pride OCALA'S NEW WHISKEY HOUSE

order at Us Friday evening session, son Mrs. A.. L.. Webb and daughter, vine, Gettysburg, the siege of Atlanta; and progress; the people' here are all eY

and Mrs.. J. P. Htlburn and son. and other important actions of the:civil happy'' and contented.- Labor Is scarce
4; Tit: T, H. Wallis John Wr Hopkins,
M Mrs: Edd Carmichaeel and son war. and 'high. There area number
George J1. Mathews, A.. E. Cambpell wages At A. C. L Fla
When he weDfb Connecticut: Depot Ocalat
's x are at Lookout Mountain. of nice positions open here for sober, .
%: and.Robert Nathaniel, Dosh.'They had
'- Mrs. A., E. Campbell and childrenare Mr. Root entered the soldier's home, Industrious young'men, and some good __. ,
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great "
,; sport shooting the rapids. later left it and .. 'h., ,-- -. --. .
but married
I 1 k at Clemmons, N. C., for the ,summer a year business openings. y

'\ ,, and Mr. J. D. Pope and family again his third wife surviving. him' : Now' keep cool and watch us grow We make a specialty of HIGH ,
Mr. John Waterman has returned He died in Norton ,July 23, and was .
are at Godwin, N. C.. and Mr. R. L. -Crystal River News. GRADE WHISKIES, WINES and .
from a ten days' visit to-his brother,
buried at Ansonia with military hon
Anderson and family will be at Mon-
Mr. U, ,R. Waterman' and family In six weeks. ors., Theodore Stensland, vicepresidentof BEERS, and no house In the state n\
C. for
theat N. ,
bt ji; .Gainesville, Ga., Mr. Waterman will{ the defunct Milwaukee Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. Will Mcllwain and -Is better to short notice -
remain in Ocala until the first of Sep. Mr. Allred in is New Home. bank,'of Chicago, has: announced that prepared ship- on <
children are at Latlmer, S. C.; Mrs.
twaber and will then return to South The editor of this has just to the receiver 'the '
r r Forney Lancaster is at Dansvllle, N.: paper' he will turn over to any point. All out of town or-

America.rMrs. received an interesting letter from entire estate of his father, Paul O ,
Y. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Delouest are I -
; ders filled same day as received, securely
Mr. Neil M. Allred, who is now at Stensland. Should this' be done, it .
at ReDs slur, 111.; Mrs. E. C. Welchis .i.
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i R. C..:BurtrOf Ozello, who has at German Valley, N. J.; Mr. J, Prescott, Arts. practicing his'profess is believed depositors will receive almost packed in plain cases if de., =.

been In Ocala for several days the ion. He .says that he and his wife dollar for dollar. agreement .
:. W. Pearson is at HarrisonviUe, Mo.; sired. Give are a trial order and'we '
l .fuest of Mrs. R. B. 'Bullock, left Sat- Mrs., M. Strauss, baby and mother-in- and baby are all getting' alODgt nicely; the hearing of this case was, continued -

'urdaJyfor Asheville N. a: She was law are in Cincinnati;' Mr. and Mrs. in their' western home. Mr.; ..Allred: until ,August 18. feel,' confident that we will receive the ", ,

.: ,'.aeat' in\Ocala, Saturday morning by : says that he has never yet'made up -_.
Mrs. -
in Chattanooga
Abe Brown are ;
\{ .granddaughter. Miss ,Bessie Hoy.'of George C. Pasteur and baby are spend. his mind to give up Florida and Ocalaas Mr. Eugene Cox of East Point. Ga, next one, as we, guarantee quality of .

,Crystal River! who accompanied her ing 'the summer with her parents at :his home but that.he has .made up has now been\in business, in that city goods .equal to, any of .same .grade '',

"..; 4 d Wlll! attend.! school,ln that city.. Laconia ,N. H.; Mrs. Harry dart his' mind to remain in Arizona until for three years and_ has been unusually NO MATTER where purchased. r, _

c:1'. ne is entirely well and then' to return succesfuL He has just celebratedhis ,
son and children are in Massachusetts s
!"" to Ocala and his old 'frlen s., He third anniversary by moving into .
": The infant child of.Mr Edd Mariam : ,
;. ; Mn, and_ Mrs. M. Fisbel, Mr:Q.
6 f of' says he hopes to return to,Ocala Within his handsome new store. Gene, as he Nicest Equipped Retail Store .
II :.i,t ',. Moultre, Ga., was buried in. this A, Carmichael are at Hot Springs : : .. '
'; city Saturday morning'in a.few years to take up the.thread is familiarly known, .is a most popular '
'\i' the-old.cemetery Ark.; Miss Sue Anderson at Wilmington In Town.
t. of his life where it was broken.and'to young fellow and his Ocala friends 7
i k beside the grave of.Mr,Mariana's ,N. C.; Miss Marguerite Porter atTuscaloosa _.
r.lmotb. Ocala Was go on with the work ,he was compelled rejoice in the success that. has come -- .- -- '
Mr. Mariam'sborne ,. Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Lee / '
.,,: in hle'boyhood.'' to".lay down, to him. .. t
I, c+ .' His mother Miller are>t WyethviUe.. Va.; Misses '
f '" < ;nt school' here Mr. Allred. says. 'they 'greatly5 enjoy '
and is, well known Hattie Dye Miss Esther Weathers # I '
: the .weekly visits of -Banner'and I Mr;, L. S. Bla..ck. ,of. Crystal River: ,
: AnnexOCALA'S Saloon.
,. -.i...... or our,older ,citlleDI..or and Mr. Hibbert Weathers are at The ,,
'jJ'f'-.or :0. _. ulendale Ohio, and later Miss Dye read it from the first page through was in, Ocala Wednesday.Hon. :.
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tf J., Bi Griner, .of,Ocala, is tUngJl"b1. I,,and Miss Weathers will ,go.to Chicago. Mr. Allred's Ocala friends John 'G, Reardon, of Ocala, is
: many wilt
s, brother County;Treasurer Griner Judge'W4 S..Bullock and family andMrs NEW WHISKEY HOUSE.A. -
""', ; be delighted to know that he'iV: doing dead. .He. was widely known and high | .
i of r j:Brooklynand was in, Starke Mon4y .. C. C. ,Arms are, at :Wekiwa 'in the state and his death
esteemed .
so. well and hope,.that It will. ,be, .only ly ,
:3.; tortbe'ilrst time.in:Several. rs.iI Springs: Mrs. Thomas Sexton and a short while# before heWtU'retuni. will be' sincerely mourned by: many

,':: !;:. saw, ,.wonderful, Improvement, : : in children:'are with' relatives at-Martel; very, : friends He "died at Milledgevillf 'JGa,
Florida.Mr. << ,
to ; Oc I
;'. ",,t.. .toce.t, toti'=_mlt.'and"ex._ '. .I Mlss\Margaret 'Taylor is at Rossburg' on Tuesday, 'August. 6th, and :was.laid C, L. ,Depot. a J Fla. .

tNIM4 tat='fufure" of, in7 Sawanne county;:Mri J.: H. Work ; ,Sam B., Russ' has returned to. to rest. n'\-.Ocala '"on "Wednesday
"J i L it is: ; 'Soutbside.. ',Tens: Mrs..'D.;:E. v "
t ; ",<< ,Telegraph.'_ j man, Ocala:rfrom 'a. visit to Tampa., Leesburg .Commercial: :
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THEfH. PPIEST>'MAN.tN: .GEORGIA.. WHAT. JOSEPHUS SAYS.. h'F THE. .. FLORIDA..... PRESS.
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Georglans'say h t' Georgia &, in ,a Thinkxit extremely singular,that ;- ; K
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',.FRANK HARRIS, Editor. more' prosperous condition 'to
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Y. Bus In. Manager.,. he. has .ever been before .in her his- '-- : ;"
P. LMVthgood, ". concerning the Mosaic account of the ercised .
tery" Mortgages have been lifted from such an influence as it does

the farms. and all. Kinds of crops have creation no one has brought forward today. Its .power* for good has been

yielded- .. wed and .for.. alt "of which. excellent the remarkable, saying. of Josephus. recently demonstrated sln: uncoveringthe I ,was, a total wreck?' writes Mrs; Beulah

prices have been obtained. about it., Josephus, the great historian 'frauds in.life-'J-urance'companiesand 'Rowley, of Chanipoeg, Oregon, "from pains I had

' Jie: farmers of Georgia are a happy who lived in the era of the time of the'criminal negligence in the
C.r for I
? ot.or'people, but the happiest man In great. packing'. houses.. It hasexpqse; suffered, 4 years, every month. Sometimes
Christ, being born a few years after of would-be unconscious for 12 hours at astr tch. I
Georgia Is not a farmer. _. and sent to prison, some the great. ;, :
t Georgians say that Georgia' 'is' the'cruslfixicn, wrote the only historyof est grafters'of' the age and dfstroyedthe did not know 'that anything t could stop the pain

marching ,to the top of the ladder asa the Jews and the religion of Abraham political powers of some of, the ,entirely, but Wine'of: ardUI ldid.>-ttl I advise all

manufacturing state. The factories which is extant outside the most 'prominent men In 'the 'country, '
women suffering with painful periods to use Ca_ r-
are: 'payingliandsome dividends and Bible. who have not 'been doing right.The :
dui and be'relieved/
:'. tho' fortunate sf stockholders tare :grow- Florida_ press:is doing its partin '. '
The history which is called "The > r
Ing rich and corpulent and are spending the great movement of the age. It
'It does ,
Antiquities of the Jews t begins with this by regulating the, functions and
Motto. The Banner, believing those the summers at mountain and sea. it stimulated with a desire to render .
the creation
the story of asxgiven by
rte at th. top ,well abl. to take care of shore resorts, but the, happiest mann Moses, but though Josephus is of service, to the public. Most of the toning up all the Internal female organs to health.It .

the Georgia Is not manufacturer :Florida editors are not only of '
th.m..lv.ha': taken its stand in a men '-
priestly origin and a devout believerIn is a specific reliable female with
.barricades .with the common people Hon. Hoke Smith, Mr, Cleveland's character and intelligence, but they pure, remedy,
"Moses and the prophets, yet he >
and)its fight will bt mad for the bet. secretary of the interior,: has spokenin says impressively in the preface of hi* are men. of courage, who stand out a record of 70 years, of .

f torment of thou .*t' the b ttorn. one, hundred and forty of the. one Moses wrote "somethIng" boldly in their: advocacy of these FREE ADVICE
that
hundred and forty-five counties, in hisotry : things that make improvement of success., It has beliew, its a tetttr desoibtaf all
f plainly, others enigmatically and f' par Symptoms ad we will send you
FRIDAYAUGUST 17, 190.6 eorgia. Wherever he'has spoken he politics, education, commercial devel- fiteda. million-others. Free A4vice,in plain sealed envelope
r : other things he spoke under a decent Address: Ladies Advisory Departaeat.
- was'; met with. great ovations., His opment and the advancement of the TAeCEattaaacesMedldaeCo..CGstu-

!. speeches are loudly and tumultuously allegory. people. The country editor of todayIs Why not you?' < Try!It.. r=.Ttna.Spldby .
In his review of Moses's story .ofthe'
California pears are selling well applauded and all signs point. 'to his especially a light on,the' watchtower -
creation Josephus makes use of
' this ,year. nomination for governor by., over- of progress and righteousness. No
Every Druggist in Bottles
these significant words, "After givingan $1.00 :
whelming odds. man has a greater opportunity to
account of tne six 'days' work Moses
The measure of power is, the obstacle But Hoke Smith is not the happiestman help his,community and his country,

overcome. In Georgia. now begins, to speak philosophically than the editor of a clean country
t :/' This leaves the plain inference .WINEOF
) The palm ,for being the "happiestman newspaper, and as a. rule he is exert Jtsq
The banana trade In,hicogo con n., that, the foregoing' part of the CAR D' U I
I In :Georgia" must be placed on but cising it according to his ability
uel thoroughly demoralized. account was not "philosophical,
the expansive brow of John Temple Whatever progress and advancement
,,,, -- had been purposely put by Moses In ,
Graves. Mr. 'Graves is edtor of The Florida has made in the last decade,
According to late statistics, there unscientific form In order that it
Georgian, a great daily newspaper it owes more of it to the press than ----'------ -- I o:
thous- the re-
ra are In the United States forty might be comprehended by unschooled -. ,
established daily other ---
lust and which is any agency.
and deaf mutes. Hebrews (lately ignorant ,
c growing In popularity. Mr. P. L.. See- The Tribune is pround of the 'newspaper ROBINSON .
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ignorant slaves in Egypt) and might
Stone arrow points and hatchets ly, 'a very wealthy Georgian, is flnan impress them with-the 'power' of God, people of Florida and it appreciates S. M. BMTCH, 'Mgr.' J. C. BOOZER, A st> Mgr.

have been ,found In every country .In sing the new paper and everything: scholors would understand that is was the good 'work they are constantly GEO. J. BUTCH'Teller", ,, "

world. needful in 'a newspaper office that doing for this section of the
the
not meant to be taken literally, and
money can buy is at Mr. Graves' dis- state. Without hope of pecuniary

V An'advance In the price of cross: posal. All, .that. he has to .do is to furnish would see the"truth through. the "de- compensation,, they are now laudingthe The Strong Hold the
cent allegory
; ties Is reported. They are higher'now the brain power and this he is state fair project for all it is ,
Josephus promises to explain why
than ;ever before. doing In a most marvelous' manner. worth. In'fact the support the newspa

,f 1 He has as his stenographer a beautiful Moses wrote the, account of the crea per fraternity is giving the fair management COMMERCIAL BANK r
V.' be Gaines- tion in this unscientific form, ard also
will : .
1 Mr. Louis C. Lynch young woman and to her rattlesoff could not be purchased,
", to 'rte a bok giving the philosophical ,
ville's next postmaster: to succeed Mr his charming and captivating' editorials therefore the value is inestimable. > .

f: ,George Arnow, deceased. 'with the ease. and grace of a story. interpretation His regarding this of the promise Mosaic are When any rascality Is committed, OCftLA.. ., FL(1.t. ( '

flowing river and he Is making of The the newspapers expose' it. When an :.!.!-...
these; "..411 things told by Moses ; .. ,,' \
It la estimated that the California Georgian a growing paper, not only in official does right his hands are upheld '

orange, crop will run nearly two- Georgia but throughout the 'south. have a reference but while to the our nature legislator fH the and It is the newspaper more:; Has Upon Public Coiifiderice.. is'i 'Evi- ,

universe,,
thirds. short of tae past .season. During, our recent visit to Atlantawe \ tnan any other agency the public ,is ; {

More than- 10,000 members t of the had a pleasant' Interview with Mr. speaks ignatically some.and things'wisely'others under though a.decent en- most indebted to for the prosperity,,,of (dented, ,by J s..Large' and Increasing ,

Graves. After looking over his splendidly our country and advancement of ,,the
r*." Fraternal Order ,ot Eagles are In' national equipped establishment and allegory, he still plainly explains suchas moral situation. Business

convention at Milwaukee. The required a direct explanition. How- .'. .
j ,, glancing over the columns of his su- The Tribune reiterates, that is is .
_ membership of 250, OO. those who have a mind that de- .,. "
order has a ever, \ : "
perb newspaper and looking into his proud of the newspaper boys of Flor ; '",,'
:'- Fires to know the reason of everytning aw.aro.T --
radiant face without hes- Ida-Tampa Tribune_ :. : .
we can say .
The Arkansas peach crop this year may find tin this account), a : \ f"" ;
itation that the "happiest man inGeorgia" .
;t has been a great dissapointment. The is John Graves very curious theory, which I now Indeed Mr. W. J:. Bryan cabled Ito 'his" son' -.- .' --. j. t d
Temple .
't cantaloupe and tomato crop In 'that : stall waive the explanition of, at Lincoln, Neb., Monday from 'Paris, ; --

1;d, ; 'state, have been very profitable. but if oGd affords me 'time for it I that 'he would arrive in New York -FINANCIAL FACTS'
K. With of for the' best ; : _
a premium $50 .
it as soon as ,
r will set about writing August 30, and :would. make a"tour'of .

; An Arkansasjustice, ,of the, peace xhlblt...._ n.;..:.from,one. farm_ ;and, with_. second I have finished the' present work." this 'country as 'follows: New Haven Accurately| Completely and Conveniently Presented.. _
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'who.was'at .a loss for a charg&upon't third'"and fourth'premiums of $35, Now; from this most ivmarkable and .Bridgeport August 31; Jersey "-

<*-, ,_ ,".' which to accuse two' men arrested by $25, and $15 respectively,, our good passage can it be inferred that the City, September': 1; Chicago, September New York Times Weekly Financial/ Quola"onR8rJli : '

\ the constable, bad them arraigned for farmers will have a chance to not promised "explanation" ot'the Mosaic 4; Lincoln, September 5; St.

commltlng the" crime of '73. only show what their farms will produce wouldhave been on the modern 1
story Louis, September 11; Louisville, September :

.but get good pay; for doingfso lines of belief In the slow growth and 12,'and Cincinnati, September EVERY ,MONDAY.

:, Order*.have been Issued by, thena; ; by| making an exhibit; :it'; the:: Jfoist evolvement of the universe! Was Jo- 13; stopping at Kansas City :on the .

i F : yy ,department': for the formation- hIiand Agricultural 6 Jj V.i eXposition. sephus'intending to anticipate modern return trip. .. ,SALES OF STOCKS. NEY YORK":STOCK EXCHANGE. ,' .

-. the Atlantic ,fleet to be reviewed bypreitdent at: DeFunlak "Springs, Fla., October geology? This is a matter for thought -. ,. .. 'Complete' 'details of sales. of stocky umberof shares sold, first/high,low,?, _

l Roosevelt at Oyster Bay 31st to November,3rd this year. and speculation. The promised book The Grand Army encampment- last price, high andlow prise, during -current year and range for previous ;

: September. A copy ,of the 'premium list 'giVIng was never written. Josephus was old Minneapolis has'attracted' 100,000 people .' year;Amount.'.' of each issue of, capital stock outstanding with 'par -:

further details as to this. and'the other when 'he had completed the twenty to the city, and the' indications value, / :..
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St Lucle county in the* recent liberal premiums offered on all volumes of his, history of the' _eJws are that there will be many .mora.vis- TIMELY. QUOTATIONS ON INACTIVE: STOCKS.i .

-wet" and "dry" election, voted "dry" classes ,of agricultural products will God did not "afford him time" for itors.. Minneapolis has. risen to the occasion Stocks' which have not been' traded in during ,the tweek" are placed ,{

by a large' majority Every precinct be. ,sent free on request to the secretary that work which would have today and nothing is. lacking in hos- in a' table ,by themselves, with date upon which they
f "; but one ions mustered_ .into the ."&rr :R.; W. Storrs. been of such great importance as pitality .for the comfort of the vet. price" of sale ; rangeffor'tIie:( year and dividend and capitalization ,

.tfstics.. .. 1
\ column. showing what the learned and'devout erans. v -v ,
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.... 5 '.f' .. William J.,Bryan, in a statement at descendants of Moses in the' time 'of .ij BOND TRANSACTIONS THr'NEW1; YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. p..

I "Alice Webb Un-Duked," is the Paris,""says that Democratic National Christ believed was the true, "philoso TotaUsales, high' low, closfag and last bid and asked prices for bothac'r*

J he 4.Une'that the New York' Sun puts Committeeman ,Sullivan, of Illinois, phical" account off the creation.-M H' live bonds and inactive! bonds as well as government and state bonds. \; 't i

and John Hopkins "deliberately rob- OUTSIDE SECURITIES.J f .- q.
:'r on an tem'relatlng'the fact that a decree E. B. In Sunny S outh.CHRISTIAN : WILD WITH ? : :

r divorcing the"wife of Brodie L.' bed the democrats, .of Illinois of, their Latest. quotations;. with, 'capital>' and'divident rates of the greatest"' i-.

Use: .the tobacco manufacturer., had political right Mr. Bryan says ,he :ARITHMETIC. New Yprk.banks"trusf. .and surety" companies,. gas companies ferry- _- 'Z t-

4 been granted. ,by.the supreme urti. was, anxious. to giveMr .Sullivantajhan'ce companies, insurance, companies street railways and shares of
W # many1 \, ;t
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t l\ ( oTy retire withouf al fight, butInasmuch'as ITCHING.HUMOR Industrial'and mining concerns, .and-of railroad and Industrial .
has compiled collater.-
A ; An English journal
been
1 Mme. 'Dlss de 'Barr has 're he has refused 1odo. so, al trust .notes,.with dates pf maturity, interest and approximate ,
yield.-
:' leased from prison in London, having it 'Is probably just as well, "for If we u.e following rules for Christian arithmetic DECLARED DIVIDENDS. -sStanding .

obtained .the maximum reduction of must,fight tojmrify the-- ;party. ,organ, from God's word: and continuous record of dividends declared during each'.

sentence for good behavior. She was ration the sooner it, begins -the"bet Notation. -"I will put my laws into .Eruption Broke Out, .in Spots AllOver Week, 'with date of opening' l and closing of Iwoks date of payment '_
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convicted on a charge of immoral cOnI ter," Mr' Sullivan, says, Mr. Bryan has their hearts, and on their minds will. Body-Caused' a Continual amount and dafe upon which. stock mast beheld fn order ":' -

: duct. The. woman 'through'allegedo&! been. misfhfonned. !and! that he Is being I write them' to secure the' dividend. _,: : _v. '$ 4 r

cult powers defrauded several wealthy ';influenced' by __Messrs?Dunlap and Numeration "So teach us to number Itching\ fo-rwo YearsDoctor'sMedicine OUT. OF TOWN STOCK EXCHANGE'.J.i'f i y
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men' ,in this country, and she served Thompson. r our days that we may apply our Did no, Good-Cured at n orts of transactions stock"exchanges I of Philadelphia ; Baltimore "
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two terms in prison here. hearts unto wisdom." !Chicago Boston and' ther"cltles. .
of $1.25 and Now
*. Rockefeller says that his for. Expense only RAILROAD
EARNINGS. ,
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tune. Is des thin .one-third o1 a billion -i -.- Monthly returns of al1''t
-.*.* The Florida Bank and Trust Com: and to virtue knowledge; d'to he 'gr at railroads ands.-,industrial' :
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,parry of Jacksonville is now a national dollars. However much his fortune knowledge temperance, and to temperance THANKS CUTICURAFOR tabulated., ... '..," : !_ c -{; s.4.: companiescarefully .. i-
may be, he does.not any :
pay BANK: CLEARINGS-NEW
{ bank and will henceforth be and YORKANDOUT '
patience, to patience godliness OF TOWN :r' ,
known as the .Florida National Bank more States> for the J support, rof the United. and to godliness ,brotherly kindness COMPLETE CURES Table of' clearings 'of NeW York Clty-'banks.- New-xyork-bank stated:"

of Jacksonville. Mr. C. E. Garner 'Is government than any ordinal kindness ; went clearings'of b lkso: rincipal cities
char
and to brotherly -S of the'
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country the
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:" the president of this 'baJ k;; Mr. C./B. tariff*and. \internal ity. ceeding week:, statement of'banks of England" France -
revenue taxation rather time ago'I wrota for Germany: table'' :
a [
favors the you 'giving
Rogers vice-president and Mr; ,W. A. daily quotations. for call and time
Subtraction Let us put off the '
book on the Cuticura Remedies and money through the week and
buyer of the : ft
Redding, formerly of Ocala, is Its highest quality of goods. received it O. K. and and :rates of sterling exchange: '
> And the republican works of darkness, and let us put on went boughtthe ...... Ii
cashier. yet campaign for Soap,Ointment, and Pills. They did CHRONOLOGY OF THE WEEK .
the of light. ,
armor ; / ? :
congress. is to, begun..' on the basis of me more good than any'medicine I ever Records'of events in the financial specil :; ; f'
letting well 1Iultlpllcatlon-"Yercy unto ryou used. They cured me of skin disease; markets :ot Interest to those
enough alone and stand- my who f'
<< wing'tQ the
Policeman Rayburn was tried before Ing pat on the plundering and peace and love be multiplied:' and I am very' thankful to you. My ? .nature. of'theirbusiness, must follow -thh conrse .of' :

Justice 'S. A. Bullock Tuesday tariff that Division Wherefore come out from trouble was eruption of the akin, which these'roarkets. ,. ", ..;..

morning for assault, and battery .on a protects" the trusts." M: \ among them and be ye separate, earth broke out in. spots all oven my body, 'r.' Sampler Copy on Request.Annual .. '
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warrant,sworn'out by Mr.Harry Leav. That is, a goodj bluff Jim Sherman the Lord, and'' I will receive you." and nearly caused drove a me'wild continual at itching times.which I got Subscription $1.00: ; '.'With Serviceable Binder, $2.00

- 4 .' engood. Messrs. T, E. Biggs and H. L. is putting up, when he' invites $1 sub- medicine of doctor, but it did not cure

Anderson were for the defense and scriptions to thex. campaign fund of. The Tampa Daily Times on Saturday :' me, and when I'saw in a' paper TOUT THE NEW YORK TIMES
Messrs 1. -'. Ular and R. B. Bullock ad. I sent to you for the Cuticura book ;
''lv the republican, printed a number of the picturesof .
congressional com \ and I studied my case in. it. I then rJ ,
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: .x- for the prosecution. The officer was mittee. But the ,trust and tariff protected the officers of the Florida militia. went to the drug store and bought one 1 ,'All the Hws That's Fit to Print" : '

bound over in, the" sum of',$100 to appear combine that does not come Among the number was the pictureof cake: of Cuticura Soap, one' box of Cu'. ;

c:s before the grand jury down :with the usual check may expect Capt. G. A., Nash, of this city, the ticura Ointment, and one vial of Cutf, Times Square. New York City N. Y.:
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com Pills. From the first application .,
to be investigated{ popular captain of the 'Ocala Rifles. .
Alexander : if not prose- I received'reJieL I used the first set 'H
B..Chlgholm' paying' teller cuted. "Stand paY and pass the hat," In speaking! of him the Times said: and two extra cakes'of Cuticura Soap!

of the First National' Bank of Birmingham is the, plan ..oh which the campaign Captain Nash Is'a son of Rev. C. H and, wai 'completely" cured. I hag

.. ", Ala; is under -arrest, charged will be run according to Speaker Nash, the esteemed pastor of the suffered ,for two years, and I again 'YOUR DINING

;N : "with the embezzlement of $97000. Cannon, after consulting with the I Palm avenue Baptist chur h., He is avery wish thank, '.Cuticura' for jny. .cure.;: If Your you RO M?

'W. L. Sims and C.'L. Hays,: :rem dawieN.Johnson _
'j- managers president 2 popular:young man" in his home friend b Maple r

of a brokerage firm,, have been arrested ..-, city and has many:friends In Tampa, Grove Farm,R.F.D.2. Walnut: Kan., 1ZdVZ

'' ,.charged.,.with aiding'andabet- FOR. SALE-Lot. ; near Ocalacon- having visited 'his. parents frequently June 15,1905." a < ,you;, verythmg YJU.need for it? .

x' F. ting the: embezzling. Chisholnuused t .lnlngtwa.aqrescfvground: _an,atmn- during their residence here. We,have:recently"received some Fine &

the bank'a funds In cotton specula. dance of fruit ,trees;, :one horse, one I I ITCHIjrCHl lITCH( ... : nuigeRotim. Fumitur t tSUGHAS .
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tlon., .
*k wagon buggy and harness -- '
17acre ,
;, In an.interVIew'. in St.. Louis last .." n \ .1.'
u \' c rcornb four head cattle, hogs' arid Friday Senator Tillman is SCUTCH! ScRATCBl SCRATOI! This h, "W 1 ... "" 1?< .' : ,' .. J ; .. .... _
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1 From. the meager reports? 'ot the.da tf s;*pndrs, peas and cotton Address "Theodore II theaonditionof thoasandsofskin tor: SIDEBOARDS ., ,'i ; / ,
'' < of Panama : Roosevelt is a 'can- tured men;women,'and-children, who .C CLOSET;
: fags ,, the commission most DanielPaul OcalaTFla ; 2 TABLES'CHINA :
7.138t1I .didate for the nomination and he will .maybe mrtantly relieved and speedily : :. .. .' :
.it of themespecially our:$10,000, a :year i '- : ,, :- .. .. .
: { I ; be, sorely 'disappointed if the' republicans cured by warm baths with Cuticula Soap : ; ;... .

': ::o secretary, seem..to spend, their. /time We: handle. the famousfWhite-House do not force it upon'hlm. He'is and lid applications of Cuticura Ointment .: BUFFETS an3. .:CHAIRS ,
:...cc% on"trips to and, from Panama on the Shoes for ladies. ar.d 'aii3the the::great Skin Cure, and mild ;. /*
gntlemeri just.itching for the place again' and 'cbee'of Cuticura Resolvent Pills wheaplrsicuffia "
be
,government;,ships:,where ,everything is Baster Brown foil Itxwill :a'pleasure.tQ: show them
shoes girls .and ls"fusing"every possible means: 'to turn and all eke f siLvodL.Ctfem ; ? t to;'yo !arid"give; prices '
: furaUhed/freej: >y;the taxpayers. This foys. you
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..'_ .aaak v-.the.: ,:water4.fly,. if notthe, :dirt. for quality':'and ''price.' OoinV 'In' and towards him and make a...-M., mal.arAsoe.(tt tIna fiI Cau.4 ,1.uun '
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> ( ,,,\.f if.f: (:1.-: !T p NEWSPAPER.-- WHAT@ IT;BUT:; A 3A' OE..BUSY}LIFE ;ITS-- FLUCTUATIONSm AND VAST CONCERN';--CO 'PER: 't _

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sJl** NO t Ji F CAT A ) 'ATJGrUST17' 1906 ONE DOLLAR TEAT
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L'J APB Nf$ BOUT: TOWN. Mr., ,8. ,L. Patterson: Is Very III In MATRIMONIAL. f THE MARION LIGHT ,ARTILLERY. -
t" New York.
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'or..t,: :r.. ,", ; EL' ''ABETH'-' : ,HARRIS. Telegrams were received' in the city ,Smith: -Bryan. The following.is the,,roster of the AGAIN t 411

; : .Local I Editor, Monday .announcing: : the, serious. Illness A simple and lovely home wedding Marion Light ,Artillery collected* .from ,

C -L' 'of .Mr. S., Lester Patterson in was that of Mr,.James Charles:Smith memory by Mr.IL A. Carlton after a -,' :_" -,, ',; ','.: _, -- : ," _. '.-...-- -,' -. '," ,. 1. 'H

.. Mr,''and Mrs A. w. "Allan of Weirs-. New York. Mr. Patterson recently of this city, and Miss Ada Leonore period of forty-five years t
are the cite for,atfew recovered from an illawa and as soon The ompany, was i organized on the
'.t; :Ja' : days;; ; : Bryan: of Mattelwhichtookplace &t' :< :
,> ";.!'," '.!'.i,il''' ..','."''':.i *" -f---3.,-'fcs5italess,.;: J, as'able.Jtp,traverh&:adrs..Patter. .... -.. eighth day ,of- Qyembef iJ61, in .the !
6--: ,, the home of'the::,bride's" )arents!<)'Mi; _".,, ;" ,;'.::'ta: :; '_:J on has 'coma-' ,: thewrofMrtjandlMr'J. > son .JefNew' yo\Wrhere; Mrt Patterson and, Mrs: J,,,M Bryaa.yesterday.morn court;house' at'Ocala'ud'.o the four ( -

j. i4:.l ., = '- : ."- ''*;" sdrL Sellers.!.if ..it'' '; had" <"decided'.... ''tt."undergo a :.sur ing at half after-ten:o'clock thRev- ', teenth$of November.rwas...ordered toGainesville ,
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,,. -.u.J'.. .-2 gical 'operation TheJiieft' here" only Charles Chauncy;;Carroll, of the!Bap- and Iater'to Fernandina. !....Y, it i-

<' .1., ; 1 '. four ore days;':ago.= tist church; of'"Ocala, speaking:'the J hl1' Sk Martin w8.s\ei-- iected- captain; WE WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTEND a

): r. /]E.-A. Glover,and children hare :Monday- "Dr. .J&miiJL'.J. > ctson, Jr. words that:joined-_ the .destinies 'of Jt J.bicklson; first lieutenant;; R. P. <-' ,.' TION TO THE FACT THAT WE '

i.,. 'to': Atlanta luidTbomaBTllle-, tot received'avtelegram'sayingv. "operatlonhad.been these ..young
;" -.t\;...relatives.......,.. ,' .;; -- : performedbut, it;seems The parlor'had been made lovely a 'Ijd'fell.: third, lieutenant., 4 s ; ..

'I not with such good results as.were. its ,sim,tag| decorations for the event Captain,Martin was. elected to con ,f" : : ;l-4
of Connor
-Mr. Patrick T. Randall ins ;; hoped. '* consummated yesterday and. at the gress in 1863 and Lieutenant Dicklson .. ,j ..

.,- represented that pretty' section Later in the afternoon Dr.' Jackson wedding hour Miss Claire Bryan; one had already been transferred to the '

-...' -...;>Ossla. ,"'7esterday..t. '!., received;'another1tele ;;which was of--'thefbride's; attractive- -sisters N.played'Meudelsokn's cavalry service, which left Lieutenant One Price( System IF-

'0, >' 'X1'I/Of: .. Sellars, of'0cklawaha,; ot somewhat alarming 'nature' and wedding march.which McCants captain of the company.. He
"' !. requesting..that:he :New*York afterwards resigned and P. J. Perry t- ,
come.tp the approach of ,the bridalparty.
,was shopping and visiting Jin the heralded .. '. > '
? "*. (once. Dr;: Jackson 'leftlon the" 7:05: -' 'r became captain and remained with
t ; bride was attended:thy her
'Brlck'C1tj'; yesterday. jThe.. fIN -
-' .I.._ "-.,.:,.. _""' Jt :... o'clock train Monday* '-'night,''and, :wjll aunt.- Mrs. S.,":H. (Cummins, :"matron v" '":- the company, until its surrender at .. OCALA. r'

and children arrive_ in New York tomorrow morn : her sister "Mias Nellie Bryan : Meridian, Miss.,' May 9, 1865.. -
E. Tbagard honor ,
Mrs. ,' -WE ARE, ALSO THE,PEOPLE..WHO-. ..,. ; t>.:
of themembers
left. Wednesday for .Jwk8onrtllewliere? ; : ing. ,, maidHpf-honor&.. and. .another_,sister, Following are the names -- 0 "AND SELL. --.- "--',.. f ',.:
; !'"Y ,1- of .company .r...... ..JELL FOR'CASHpNJL ,_ __ ..
Q 1.wU1.spend'a.week With friends. :MLPitTerson7Jundfeds! ;bOriends Miss 'Lillian Bryanand Miss ,Tochl ,J1 e. ;. "''__ EVERYTHING.R! '''" "." -*' --- -' ;"" -- f'-< =
in this city feel deep interest in his Benjamin Ashurst, Wat'' '
a Cobb, bridemaids, and Mr. Smith had ; Arnow, ; MATTER ._. k. -
REMEMEBR NO ..
.' welfare and hope that he may passsafely son;, Andors, Amos; Buford;, Broom, \,. THAT "
Mr. Bat Lanier, of Tavares, was a as his best, man Mr. Charles P. Pil- /
'e .-the ,.crisis.-Miami c J. .K.t Blair,- Richard Broadwaterj. '1- p WHAT YOU BUY'TROMUS, ,8AMEMUSTi } ;
i mJneit "visitor" in Ocala, Wednes-- / through lans'The pretty'bridevas very fair, :: -
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p a claT.s .. ,' w. News. ? in her"""wedding "gown of white, and (Boring,. Joseph;*Boriig; Dr.; Burton, v .A MONEY'' ; c
YOUR
WAY OR
Mr. Patterson is the husband of both were ''warmly"! congratulated and ;W. H.; Brinson. J. J.; BaringtonEd.; EVERY ,.. ;

) Dr. J. 0.' Baskin of Dunnellpn, andDr.jW Miss Jessie Barco, formerly of this with wishes at Barnard James; BUtch, -; Bennett .. CHEERFULLY REFUNDED. t ... ::>.
showered good tie .
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";i 'j ) RliOrVea: :bf Cartel, were'viso city. She is'with 1.ei-" usband'in|Jofe" conclusion. of the._, ceremony, .. ; If. Benri.eif;. 2;' 'Bennett", 3; "", t\t" -L4:' r,*. \T THIS' WRITING WE ARE O.f-t"\r'\' <# f' ',,1, ".'": G[''>-, '::. ('-: > '
; '" '; FERING SOME GOOD VALUESj :
Ocala ** 'Bll-
ttoia< : York Broward/M Pulaski : '
yesterday : '
". 1 The wedding was witnessedbyonlythe Brqward ; ? ; <

relatives and a few intimate lew,, James. ;_ Briggs.; Carlton. R. A."; M 7. 1 T l-lf" < "
i) Mr" J.' L. Bmqak and ion,' Mr. Lefsmbafcnave 5Coker'W ... ': '
Casminski ,,. ; '
Memorial Re59Iut on ., A.; Carman-- Neil;* '. -" !$ tir3\
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break ] .; -..
r4 : 'to .:Crystal friends,and an elegant bedding : i i:.. "
gone .
iA' Id : "" -. !. Wheteashe Grand Exalted ,;Ruler fast was served ,to-the guests :'Jacob; 'Cooper, Andrew. : Colding, < l
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T Uvef for'aq : :
few/days of the Universe in His infinite wisdom Cribb R. Curry Wiley andSurnmerGo.otis
After the bride bad .donned her Samuel,; ; "- ; Spring : _

'li' ,SiMr,, J, M. Meffert. 'of Lowell, ,came has taken 'from our midst our traveling dre.ss" Mr. and: Mrs. Smith. I Coo, Z.; Driggers, J. J.;: Dye Join, William !; .- oW ..'-, >.; "+ :f' ".-; ,; ." '
; beloved brother 'Edward L. McIntosh, Dozier ..L.Diliberry ; Davis :
*i down'.yesterday afternoon: to look aft. came to, Ocala and left on the_afternoon ; ,'
,": *' .,er'business interests here and. train for Dayton Beach, where James; ..Dupree, E.; D.i Dupree.L. :

: Whereas, his bright disposition and their honeymoon will be spent. D.; Eichelburger_ Adam; ,Fife,R. ..M.; '

lovable, character have ,so endeared FifeWm.' Frink,-; Gordon, Wesley;
Mr. A. P,",Baskin; of Anthony, prom Mis Smith is very popular and ; ,
him to our brothers as to make it a Geiger, Jack; Geiger, William; Geiger -
and
seat farmer and trucker, of Anthony,, greatly loved in her home town,' !
privilege as welt'as a duty .to publicly George Gradon, F.; Griffin, Dr.; :
has friends here ;
't Vas, in the city yesterday. she already many ,, '. .
.' '-Ii -. express our love and respect for who are delighted that this is to be J.; Hilton, John; Hilton,.James f Hen- :WHICH WILL HAVE TO GO. OUR :> ; \ = r
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Mrs. G. W. Davis and sons have him? therefore ner home. Mr. Smith has been living Hogan, D. N.; Hogan, R.; Hogan W. POLICY IS THAT NOTHING MUST'. ,

retnraed home from Lake Welr.whereth.ey Be it Resolved That in the death of in Ocala for several years, and is an don, -; Hagedon Thos:; Hlggen- BE CARRIED OVER.. {- t, : :: "

spent week very- pleasantly. our brother, Edward L. McIntosh, we excellent young jeweler. He was until botham, S.; Hull Ben j:; ,Hines.Wm;; 'r OUR BUYER. EXPECTS TO GO TO o', ,. ;'. :: :

c 1 --, have lost a loyal and ....devoted'Elk, ; a'short time.agp with the 'Ocala Music J.; Hilton,'Ben; Homle's,H. M.,M. D.; v'.; NEW YORK Ity' ABOUT TEN DAYS. I", -- .; ,1' i.-'

Rev. J. P. Hilburn. of Live Oak, who Charity benevolence, 'justice and and Jewelry company, but is now Hachell.-; Haddock,'H.; Haddock, : ,HE INTENDS BUYING THE LARGEST G ,:,' '.;' "'>

\ :. 'iris' very tick last week at. his home brotherly love were his beacon lights' with Mr. A.. E. Burnett Don; Jerkins, Samuel; Johnson, J 's.; LINE. OF' GOODS EVER, HANDLED .' ." ': r i-. :" '-'"

11;,, are delighted to learn, and his standard. D. Johnson| ,, .. F
!' there we The Ocala Banner unites with the Johnson, -; Johnson, ; ,,<,' BY US PREVIOUSLY. '-, '
.tow all right again. This will be good Our Motto-The faults of our brother other friends of Mr. and Mrs. Smith F.; King, Wm.; King,:Jas.; Lane E.; WE, GUARANTEE' AT AN'Y TIME. ', :? ,;

,--tews ,to his friends all over the state. we write upon the:.sand, their 1vlr in best 'good wishes for .happy life. Lang. ,Jas.: Ledworth Wm.; Leltner, AND AT ALL, TIMES THAT WE-'

tues 'on, the tablets of love's memory. Among the visitors from away, who Jno.; Leitner Wilber;- Lary ,L.; Lov- .# 'SELL .CHEAPER. THAN ANY OTHER .. ,=, ,.

Mr. B 8. Quarter-man, of Fairfield, In his gallant struggle for. afe he attended the wedding were the bride'stwo ell Leitner George; Griffin, -; j FIRM 'IN OCALA. WE CAN l: .?:

,:_ 'of'our most valued friends, dropped ..merited and received the admiration grandmothers, Mrs. Bryan, of Mathewes, J. w.,; Mock, J.;' Masters, PROVE THIS BEYOND A DOUBT 'j'l' :

: la to see us yesterday and left of all who knew hiD Rodman and Mrs. Caroway, of Holder, Benj.; Mott, B. L.:;;' McNabb Jas.; Mc- TO THE MOST SKEPTICAL :::' ;' I

'two of the 0.,K. prize pumpkins with Resolved, That a copy 'of these resolutions Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Cummings., Nabb,.J. N. G.; Marlow, Thos.;' Mln-| WE:' WANT YOUR TRADE AND IF < -.'

u., and we are expected to feast on be spread upon, our minutes ton,.Jno., 'Mia ton,- S.;, Morrison,,A. H.; \ SQUARE :!DEALING AND HONEST "-, > ..

:, j .i&tkla, pies. for the next week. and be sent to the sorrowing widow,, Mrs.I Lancaster, Entertains the Daugh Morrison, D.; '}Morrison John; Mor -, METHODS' DESERVE SAME WE ,: '-, -- ... -

." # who lost a husband who loved his fellow rison, Wm.'MiIes Meadows; McBride, >rl '
ters. GET IT. :.
,. .SHOULD -_ _,. ,,
.:?:: J. L. of Jacksonville, and whose devotion to him Chas: ...... .'.: ;<.
3: : Mr. Billlngsly. > man The monthly meeting of the,Dickinson Jas.; Merando, T.; McCrovy ; CALLJ>N JUS THE NEXTTIME-YOU'. ; ; ''
'was shaking hands with his friends was constant and worthy and whose Norton, N. Norton Wm. ,'' ';' .. ;- ,
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: ,Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy Neal -; ;, REIN: OCALA. ; l :
.J. here yesterday. ,He said that Govern brave spirit did not give' up to the' are always very pleasant Oats,.Dr.; Peterson, H; Plunket, E.; < .' ;

i";:;.'", > Broward' had accepted the invitaUea very last. affairs. Last Friday they were Plumer. j-.:; Pasteur' ,,'G.;Perry, A.H.':|

'*to be'at, the barbecue- at Fort Mo i T. T. MUNROE, tained by Mrs., Joseph L. ,Lancaster Perry, Tl, J. No.,1; Perry, T. J. No 2; .- r' ;',

Ceyoo August 24, and will give the' MAURICE .STRAUSS. in a delightfully happy manner..:'There Powers =;; Phillips, M.; Rothchlld, c

.jepd people there a "spell" on thedraining S. T; SISTRUNK: waS an unusually large number present -; ReII1.lY'i.. Rames, F.; Riggs, THE VARIETY STOIE.? ,

of the 1 everglades. -- for this season of the year when -: Robertson.Jabez;. Redding, H.; zr
DIME NOVEL IN REAL 'LIFE.,' Seigler, M.: Sweringer S:;' 'Smith B.. *
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scf many of the members. .are away: ; ( %!*:. ,.. ,..11" '
After the Livery Stables.opdjof -I from tpwn.' After Jhe regular bust. f | Saunders, B."; Istevens,' ;Cap, ;
The health and the city Wrecks a'n Train to ,.,- -= .... -- '
Boy .Express ness, conducted by.the president,.,Mrs. SlIlith, Jnl!; Strickland, J. C.;, Smith, -
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council in Jacksonville are now after Learn if Stories' Are' Realistic.
S. Shlpes J.; .
: Thos Sparkman ; '
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3 Fannie, R. Garybad been;. completed ; *. ; =
toe livery and private stables of that palatable., refreshments were' served- "- SturdavaSC, ;: =y 3: Stodardi--| : ;, FLORIDA&: PINES., ,> .11- Always-yrglTant.! j

: city Special to, 'the Ocala Banner: : by Mrs.. Lancaster assisted by: her atus, -,;; jJ.TTilnfan i : JaoF;t prraceyJ-0: ; |* '<-': ,'. i*** f\ In early life Audubon the naturat1st a ==

U is now known that stables andespeeiallyjthose Memphis, Tenn7)JAugj l6.-Sensa. young daughter Dorothy.. Vaugn, G. .sr.; Vaugn, G,. jr.; Vaugn,, Crop. Exceeded- Estirnates=, Look- for ,, was .financially ruined, so that. =
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kept in an unsanitarycendHJen Ronal'Iiterature.and a desire'for realIsm On this occasion the, Daughters j!; 'Wilson'George*' Wingate.'i.V Wall:' Over, 4,000,000. **;. BoxeT. Oranges. when his debts,had' been paid he. found =
: .,breed flies and flies distrib were moving causes in the wreck two Whfilesoaser,-WW! : $" ,
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were' very delighted to receive :Thqs:; Wall, H-7 .'. .}; himself without a'dollar; yet he wabsolutelY' -
ute disease largely more than mosquitoes of the eastbound Hot Sprip.gs.sP& fBdynton, Fla.. was .,
ing new members Mrs,' J.' A. Walters and Zeigier, J., J, H.. Bv,, "Butler, M w

aDd more attention is now paid clal. on the Rock Islandrailroad, -- t. by .a Miss Florence' Walters, transferred It will be noted that .some .of, the in the' city this, week. He has been a uhdiscouraged. r'r-'*

to the. sanitary] conditions of stables, small boy today ', initials are omitted or'perhaps 'some "Was. inclined he asks, to .cut ;_:
} from the? Montezuma Ga., chapter. buyer of tomatoes in Florida; for a -
especially livery stables than heretotore. The boy threw a switch and throat in ioolish despair? No;p >
Carlton
open At this meeting Mrs..Gary and Miss of I:the merbers 'altogether, Mr.1- number''of years and this year grew my "
the train it, the carsrunning had talents, and to them I instantly
split on forward .will'be glad if some other member : He
Walters read articles referring to interesting some of, his own. says. that there ,
k The council of Jacksonville has siding and the rear resorted." t:
city a
the
upon of the'company'will supply .
incidents "of Confederate history ,was. too,much, rain in'Florida for good
recently introduced and passed an ordinance roaches following the. main' track. ,A : A There he. stood at the parting of = .
en. omissions.
and they: were very much tomatoes: this year but lie has hopes
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regulating the livery. stables' Pullman sleeper was badly damaged. joyed. We think that,after a lase of forty- of there being a good crop the coming [the ways and he struck in the path' -

,:, : and putting them under the supervision The train was pulling out of a station Next month Mrs. Walters, will .be five years to recall these names shows spring i which was to lead him to fame and a.,

4 of the board of health. at the time and had'not attaineda remarkable feat of, memory. reasonable amount of prosperity. but -
Daughters. stated
.y the hostess of the, a Concerning pineapples, he
Ocala should pass a similar ordinance. high rate of speed. None of the passengers it is to remembered that he never = -
r that when he was in Jacksonville last
train was seriously from Alachua Dozier. j for' a moment relinquished his purr ;
; or crew Fine Cattle Shipped Death of Miss Addie week, up to that Saturday night 620,- i ;'
suit of'obser'ing-the life of wood and
injured. County. Addle Dozier died Tuesday crates 'of-pines been, shipped
Miss : 000 bad
A postal card received at this office The boy explained his act by saying J. D. Stringfellow, who owns a field, and to read one short extract
Jacksonville 'at the residence from the east coast and, the keys. He
Tttterday from Mr. ,L. E. Lang saysthat that he had read about train morning in : from his autobiography is to learn -;
ot"the and devotesa
fine farm west city estimated that there :will be at least
he and his party of young people wrecking and wished to see whetherit of her sister, Mrs. Julia E why he met success rather than failure ,
part of his business to ,raising fine bu.OOO more,, making the >crop 650,000
Welaka and that '
: .arrived safely at was anything like the' ones the Cooper.. She was the daughter of the :. "One of the. most extraordinary
the distinction of shipping crates. This is 150,000 crates"more g
cattle enjoys ;
they are having a big time and a perfeet books described. Cot; Leonard Dozier, ,of" Fernan things among all these adverse elr-, ,
late of
the first solid car load of this than was estimated the beginning :
if their does number
trip even party cumstances was that I never for a'
out Alachua 'and, sister of.Messrs: ,Leonard the Prices for pines have been :
thirteen. hare chartered Mr class of cattle of county. dins was a season. .
They Taking Trip on the Silver Springs day gave up listening to the songsof'
Pat Randall's houseboat the "Wino- Mr. Stringfellow sold a few days and John Dozier, of this city, and: remarkably good, those sold at ship- their =
watching
Ocklawaha ourbirds., or peculiar
Run and River Z. C. chambliss, the cattlemanof who made this ping station'averaging about'$1.65 per .
aa," and will spend severaldays long- ago to of'Miss Lydia Dozier hablfe! or delineating them in ,

t. :.er cruising on the river and around Quite a party of prominent young Marion county a carload, consist; city her home until a short,:while ago crate. Mr. Butler says that E. P. Por- the best way I could. Nay during -;-
people from Anthony were in Ocala thirty-one head of grade ShortHorn Jacksonville.Miss cher told him that what 'pines had
the lakes. They are a jolly crowd of Lug of when she went.to live in deepest troubles, I would fry- -.. V
Monday and went from here to steers which were several been consigned so far as be knew my '
Amy young people, wits the exWftioa : of Durham Dozier Is: also survived by' quently wrench myself from the very :

of Mr. Lang and Mr. Ardis Silver Springs. They have chartered raised on his farm.These,steers are other; sisters. would average: about $1.50. per crate. persons around me, ,and retire to = '
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Waterman, of this city, and Miss Kate the boat "Wino1 a" for a few days all in healthy condition, well proportioned The funeral took place Wednesday These prices will make the growers some 'secluded spot of our noble forest ,

_,MRcksll. of Summerfleld and life this and expect too enjoy a delightful trip and brought good prices. afternoon :from :the .residence of Mrs. money; ; and many a time, at the sound of, :

-reekfs;{ one long sweet song to them. down the run and on the Ocklawaha Stringfellow has been ,engaged. Cooper the services being conductedby Concerning oranges- Mr..,Butler said the wood thrush's' melodies have I

river as far as the St: -Johns. They in the raising of fine cattle for about, 'Rev. 'W..L.Ma,, >;onof the Baptist that.the last few weeks there has been fallen on knees and there prayed : r.
my:
A BRAVE BOY. will probably tour the little Ocklawa: three years, and.has, been. quite sue- church., considerable dropping from. the trees, earnestly to 'our God.*-Youth's Com '

.)\ ha ,and lakes [before returning cessfuL He declares that the ShortHorn 'Ocala friends; extend sympathy to although, the,crop will be larger than anion. .

Trenton, Aug. Nine-year-old home. Mr. Louis Lang,.' of this city ,of Durhams.is, the ,only beef ,the Messrs .Dozier ,in ,their bereavement last year!; Orange-growers. last season

;; 'J<*a Bitting. of 123 Turpin street was arranged this ,,jolly trip and those in cattle for this country,-Gainesville i made such good money: that 'they are GainesvilleVs.! Ocala.The '

of the Roe'bling the party'are thefollowing elated prospects and look for a --
itaadtef at the aide : Sun. > ,over Ocala Kidstt defeated the :

:railroad.. -siding on South, Clinton ave Misses. Cora and Ossie Griffin' and _-"- I "Live in Florida, and, Tear diamonds trifle.over 4,000,000 boxes for the en.. Gainesville "K1dl ts" yesterday af.

aee. this morning ,when a drill, train their guest Miss Kate Lang, of Miami Mrs. Walter Armstrong of live ,'*,", we .heard" a. Florida' ,enthusing : toe. ''state' .. next 'Sea.Son.-New York ternoon by a score of 15 to 8.e;

_. .; N'oYer his right foot and crushed Misses',Sue and Grace Miiligan, Oak who attended the ,unvelllag 'of say::forty years ago and have' Fruit and, Produce News. 'Bruce Metf e rt pitcher for the Ocala.. :

til hit toes. The little fellow remained'Iot.W Mrs..Farris: ; Mr:: and>Mrs. James.How: the monument erected at Fellowship lived to ,see it realized.We saw ,a pitched -good game a :
he
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children and
.and team ,
Mr'and : O. M. Gale ; ;
)Mrs.
? ,' l &t and did not utter. a sound. ell and. Mr. Ward Griffin, all; of,An to the. memory of her husband,;; the woman-at. .therAragoa hotel to lJacksonyille wilI''return'to'theIr former home while ,the Gainesville boys had to .
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H was.only the sight of the, embed thony-and; .Miss Kate Mitchell,. of .late Dr. Armstrong, and who has been [ froms4' small interior'village their several times. : '
< Ben a.. few.days and reside change pitcher ...
'eoftba.t caused the ,watchman.to no"Bee Summerfleld. who. Joined, the partyat in this city for'severaldays with her the::other. day: bedecked in,.gems.''that, at yewin'! a.fairly good sized
\ in x Gale The. .crowd was :
there Mr
the future.
,:' ''.' that; the? had been.run over. Silver ,Springs. ; Mrs Waiter Bishop- has : .
boy sister, gone UOOO
'. ., : '; ; cost ; : will be' in' charge-of-tte1\ Marion Mercantiie'Ctompinyt one,'and ail seemed to enjoy :the game.
:A.kwry tan was sent'to the police -, -, .. -' .. it -.AshevWe., N. -C-,., to'spend. 'the- 'sum. ) Mr.. Gale,has been ;There:will be another game. be ..',.

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; !5>- Ili4 dNa't:aiy.a iioivh'He.:1JII'tl.tenIL'J t couple of,.days at.Lake Toxaway thisAeeland ':,:Mr: >Frank. Reagan: of "Brooksvflle; the lowest ,down new peilldhworld. for the past'fyear'; or. more and has It'ls come..out:hoped thee and b.eln _

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,,.. This will prove the greatest avalanche of majestic bargains ever brought to be sold in so short a time by any firm in the ,world, equally in quantity and variety the combirij: ', of all the retail store]

tlat..suc' anjmmense: stock is to be slaughtered at such ridiculous prices, but nevertheless it is the gospel truth and we merely; ask you to come and test our statement. *' Belo. tq\lote: \ the big values thrice

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lIDI KIRT
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/' 12.50 values .. -i Vi, of Men's neckwear ever shown [ a [a .)
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Uanufacturer's Samples Suits' in the city. Values 50 cents ci 38 dozen Corset Covers good Cambric, 150 skirts just received, made of The pe18tl! Ocj: -

T t0 date Suits assorted. ,and 75. cents. Sale price . 21 1 c P-t Lace edging, excellent fitting, 35c |Q fancy Plaid Skirting, full width F o Jde me
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values. Sale price : ... 17 gore. pointed >:
{ : .. shades, .$12.50 and $15.00 O 'QQ | MEN'S HATS 44 dozen Cove':. A: "N"aI'? design;; these are bound to suit A 1 "JA' 15 White Lawn Wailnicely
Corset
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values., ,..,. .- .. .v. .O' O Z soak, front 'and back'" n you at $3.04, Our price *.. !| 1.C5. ? trimmed and
: A larga line of the famous J. B. : of'two rows 'l. f LOO. we've marked t(
=. .. Woolen Crashes. .in. i small' sizes. Stetson Hat just received in Point de Paris Lace insertion, most Less,than New York factory price, these goods in plain figures .
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: } sold at $8.00 and $10:00: now 3.98 r-;. all the latest styles, shapes. 0 Lace edging around neck and arm 193 Skirts of fine quality BrUliantine{ 103 Soft Finish UPanels

$4.98 and : . '_. .. Sell the world over for $3.50. holes, 50 cent values.. Sale price? 29cts black and blue, full width, finished of. White ain
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t_ 't Men's.." Fancy Worstead Suits A 98' Sale price; . ,. o. \ '9 ,36 dozen of the prettiest Corset.Covers are bargains styles the at $very 3.50 to lates$450, we. a bargain for $1.50.]

a .15.00 values. '. -'J- '- ... .Kf You cannot fail to misshat this ,atD ever shown ito in the city. To see them nave marked' them all.out at .. .. $ 2"19 72 White Nainsook W|
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Men's Black, 4ciay 'worstedFast sale pay $1.00 for. Our sale price .. ... 48 cts 139 Circular Skirts of fine quality, elbow sleeves, at ,
9,98 0 \ Plaid Skirting, full width, two box 146 White Silk Sh1![
Y Black $12.50 value w 5 Dozen of the Genuine Pana LADIES' DRAWERS p),arts trimmed with buttons to ., _- trimmed, button

f ;Men's 'Middlesex, : _BlueSnit mas. $8.00 and $10.09 values. > 46 dozen made. of fine Cambric with 7 match bottom trimmed with two y sleeves. Sold for
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-; 'warranted,color,$12.50 value.. '9,98. ,. '' Sale price ,0 o'. . .98 L.. inch tucks. Extra wide, 50 cent val21 cts cloth, straps, assorted plaids' the $ .If.. 7fl down to . "
'. r ,ues. Sale price ...........u.. ; very latest. $7.00 to 85Q. Our sale I*7 ONLY ONE SO|
MEMS' PANTS 32 dozen of good muslin 10 1-2 inch 223 Fine Quality Panama and Voile '
'SH i H (SI S'HOiSI flounce of fine edging embroidery, Skirts Fun Piiated stitched with e MILLINER'
All Wool Crash, Pants $3.OO t QQ the .best you ever saw for 75 cts. yoke full width inverted plaits 1 ,
u Sale ... .., ... ... ,.. ... 48 cts -
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r .50'values and S back fineshed in all the latest
.. and .r", $2.19. "0' Big Sacrafice in Men, Women and Children!) ... Our, $7.O" Sale price]
Shoes. We will close toO 28 dozen extra long and wide fine styles, $3.00 and 10.00 values. Our fc
",$100 and $5.00 all Worsted, 2 98 ot Shoes.in the house positively regardless of out cost.every pair toO Nainsook 12 inch flounces,2 rows price .., ... ?... ",. $ 5.48

4 .. Assorted patterns . .. s' The American Gentleman Shoe lace insertion, the best values in 138 Fine Quality Broadcloth Full rr- ._ Our J5.00 values, sal
the city for $1.00. As a special AA _tc' width finished in all styles. They r ,
'_- 1.9,8 1 r in all shapes and styles sold we've marked these down to .. .. TvUtS are certainly beauties at the price. t ,: Our $3.00 values, said

'All Wool\ $3.00: .value . . all over the world at 100. O( 24 dozen.Ladies', Muslin Underskirts From $4.00 to 800. Our price. Our $2.50 values, salj
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'' : $.().,00 and $'OJ.) 50' values.', "..'" .0 1.3 9 Country Club,-made- by Hamilton W" 22 fine inch Dutchess deep, ounce lace insertion three rows and of I' never Ocala like been these anything before, made shown in,all in W-J- Our $L50, values, sat-

t. Brown Shoe Co., we have fine lace edge, a good one for ,$2.00. styles, the prettiest ever shown. }- Don t fail to see |

1,0r0and $1,75 values. ., 9 8 C them in the Black Vici, Box Our price .-t ... ... .... ,. ... 98 cts Price from $8.00() to $15.OO.Our price, K OUfi HOS1EI
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&.1 'SUITS fl .Calf an d.pt.en for $$2.13U1Q '-'t of fine, cambric and Nainsook, 24 We have a large line of Misses' Walking -*; Ladies' Lisle Thre
3.50. Sale price ; oO' z inch flounce, the prettiest trimmed Skirts; to see them means to ''S .Stitch Hose, 75 C.50 {-
0... Wash Suits to be . .
!.. Boy's Z The Thrift made by Hamilton. > up skirt on the market They are buy. The prices are right from price
- closed out, sizes from 4 to 8 A O worth $3.00.d. $4.00 easy. Our 7Q $1.50 to 300., Our price 9S .cents + White, Pink and Blur

1.00and1, .r values, 79c.and Tt 8e' Brown Shoe C.0., in all shapes ) price..... #.. t'_. ...- ... .... .... .' $1 1 t.V to .,. $1 98 stitch, the 35 cent
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Ladies' Black Lace
NIGHT GOWNS Do
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Suits to see our of Wash Skirts
',"; 170 Boy b Gray 'Worsted 2.9 8 Sale price . II 0 L.UU enw 18 dozen Gowns, mother- hubbard and '- priees'wili make; you buy ,, kind. Our tsae
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We also have a full line of the "V" shape made of good cambric .Q = ,All over ten and fj
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," 254, Boy's Suits from 4: to 12 4$2,50 Cl) ffJ) and full size and length two ,rows LADIES WASJi SUITS a. &; ;..,Sale price .
29 Famous Walkabout In Tan _
. ; values ... .....,. *s of embroidery, hemstitched ruffle, 128 Ladies Linen, Suits, =:if.. ffi Men!
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..-- $1.00 values. Sa lence. ". .... 46'cts and brown. All the latest styles ltUack. and Fancy fl'BOYS
KNEE PANTS. and Oxfords, sell everywhere UQR 2 D: > These skirts are cut. circular and -_ -' .TF ;' "f!values, :sale: (,.
24 dozen Night .Gowns made of cairn : 11:1
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t,, 1 slits .. . . .. .. 1C \\.1.1. A full hne.of the Lord Essex: elbow sleeves,, front and back yoke to $10.tl0 values. These Jackets suits $8.00 -' .a 25 cent- lotto (
of fine Swis embroidery and Val bfca.uufi.ni
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O Lace Rare values $1.75 to $....5. g! Cent that TJWe
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Y 320 Pairs 50-ent'.aluc", *= .., .. i ,o urprice.'i, "
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; .' for $5.00. Our Sale price Other Gowns of all makes and styles to suit. ? made of the, .!finest Voiles, a SUMMER_
298, Pair Blue Serge, alFwool every one at your own price. Skins circular_ cut: Eton Jackets. p ._ hare just got ,f
: value 7.-1.. A full,stock of Mens' and Childrens': Shoes_ a lined with silk, all colors, the latest. o_ Men's Summer f
$1.25 CHEMISE'
i 0. ;> in all grades at your own price. tiling .out. sale. So as to do I
: Knee Pants Do not fail to attend this Shoe Sale, we willput u 36 dozen Chemise of high.grade muslin Our .-
198 Fine Worsted price $20.00 _
: to ,22.00.: Sale o the prices in rear
;} 69 c a pair on your feet for any amount you have trimmed all round with em broi Price' ... $ 9 98 i
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$1.00 es . .'. -. ,. .' 'T in your pocket book. Z de ry. The best value you ever saw 0 7 : -a H ',u':. '" m ':. All our men a Frl
: Our stock of Ladies Shoes the You cannot.fail to- ;g .Shirts and Drawer]
new are bestA'4 CtS see these Suits they
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Enormousvale line of Men's Top for 50 cents to 75 cents. Our price &v '
; in the C it y. We 'will positively close them out '-l.c ; just the thing for Fall wear. ,. kind, cut to .
22 dozen Chemise, fine t r.
:', Shirts in the latest colors and, J regardless of cost bricbeautifully trimmed quality with cam-embroidery We still have feft out of, 123 Suits : ,We" have piled toget:

.' styles. .. H 7 inch jruffle, best .values White Lawn Shirt Waists Suits, all .4;: and_u0s ,25 cent. Linen. .
,-Brand. 75 cent values saleprice SCHOOL STOCKINGS U .on the'market for, 75 cents and $LOur /go the latest styles. We .sold them, at : ; : orie" '
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the, famous brands such. as ''0} Stockings are real- bur 8 the'finest quality:of Nainsook from' Do not fail to ask to be shown-these suite" : .: '. e.25 cent Values
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Qality t Lenox. and Daunt* 15 cent hose at .,',, ': .,. 'C 't.c .$2.00 toi'$3.00.Our sale v,,. Ut"' ," $,_ 1,3' 9""" will not last_long in stock. this puce .,'. -. Taffeta, all col

real same in ,Misses Black. and, White, fine .
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Sale' ; ,ribbed Hose, rare bargains' .. ., C :,
coat .st/!lcsi $2,00 '' :. '

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.'h *<<*.> '-:_ : 5 Bales White Homespun. ale' yards ogle, all cek-i-s, : ,

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DIRTMfILI' ., WAISTSI'A LACES AND EMBROIDERY : v 1 YCC! . . .ti.. 69 c .
4 Bales 36 inches
Homespun
I r. 25,0 a 0 yards narrow Val Lace, values 4cts c 2021 yards Mo. o r hair Suiting -:.
e of t .' .'The people of.Ocala and Vicinity know we up to 10 cents.,, ,m wide 7 cent values. Sale price 5 -t Keal =
width'. ;.iI carry the finast line of Shirt'Waists shown in 50,000 yards Embroidery Edging and' < : )- : "Novelty, 54 inches: wi-io, __
olnted'\ f Florida. Insertion including Cambric Swiss (D) 5 Bales checks, best values in CDH fl.ro. value. Sale price '. 79'C

suit: .ii' ftf ;. ;!S I* *5.lWhiteLawn! Waists fine quality Nainsook and Mull to betrade sold at ,49cts23cts the city, at per yard . 4 'c. 800 yards Linen Suiting, 20 and
.; ,,,, : '.,.. ;:" ".... .rr nicelytrimmed_ \and a rare value at A few specials for'our : .. ., 30 '
b : ILOO. t). we've. marked them for this sale 17 inch corset cover' embroidery, the 5 Bales check ginghams 7 cent ::r cent. values, sale price 12
_ice,.these goods; is plain'gures .,-., ... ... ... 49 cts. ; 1-2 cents 15 Ctine.
,. t. :- .j 50 cent values, at this "sale special caD' values, at per yard . . 5 C CD .and . .'. . 4.
103 ,Soft.'.ruus Lawn Blouse Front 4 inches wide Galoom 10 .
K'Hi' : 3 to 5 : Lace 5cts OD 800&) A ards Brown Linen worth -
shed! I ,Panels'of White openwork Embroi to 20 cent values- special per yd... 4 Bales calicoes in fast colors ) r-
these I r4x' ..' dery'just the, thing forthese days. 25cts. to 3 ac ts.. per yard. Sale -
0" ,we : .2' ::1\;;\r[ ", a bargain,for 'L50. Our price '.-. ,. 98 ets Torchon Lace, 10 cent values, ,special *.SetsTO value 6 cents. Sale price ,' M'C !price! 'per'yard, 15 cents to 19 c8c

;.. $ '19', V ',72-White_ Nainsook.Waist Blouse front d 1 OQ 4ctsJOcts 2468, yards Mercerized Chambre. 0)O 1200 P. K. -
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elbow, sleeves at .. ... *P l.fcJ7 8 cent pure Linen Lace, special .. .. and
&box .;J ':146 White Silk"SM;;; ;;:.u:nicely.trimmed l ; A beautiful line of Oriental Lace '6 121-2 cent values in all colors: .8c8c colors, 15 cent values. Sale '

a.i ,totwo, ,' button in back; elbow inches wide special .. ", .. .. C Sale price. '. . . :. l Ice .: .. .. .. ..
:.' Beeves Sold for $5.00, marked ft ftQ .. ...J2 en :'CDC5 Fine \ -
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: $ S inch wide Oriental Lace a J2c.79cts yards 36 inch Percale. quality English Lawn
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sate::.$ It'h. 79', F CUSTOMER A full line of, all over" lace and Embroidery Sale"price . . cloth I 15 cents and 17 1-2 cts.
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i. : worth 50 cen t so. .: 10
IVotlVwith i g .' at 23 cents to.. ,. ... ... ...- ... ,. 00 150 Bolts Fast Colored Lawn. values. Sale price c7i.2c _

: :' .. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Special fine Oriental Net.Allover Lace .*7Qi CD) a 1 eprice' .. .0. .. .. 4c8c ..... Lonsdale Cambric, 36 inches
plaits. .." .... |1.50 and $2.00 values. Special .. / /ClSTABLE r+ wide 12 l-2e. value )
Sale
[1 latest 'II.3) "Our $7.00 Sale price .... .-.. ... ... ,'$> 2,l9 LINENS, 200 Bolts Fast Colored Figured ::r priceFruit
inues ) of th -
.$548Full ps., __ L awn. value. Sale e Loom Bleachingper .
0
\ Oft 58 inch wide extra weight table Da 8
.:' ',9ur.$S.QO'values, sale' price ... ..** At* mask full bleached beautiful pat. 2. price . .. . -r1 yard .- C .

They price. f '-Aft' .4 s: -: ;:Our" ,$3.OO values, sale price. .. .. ..... r.29 terns values' to per select yard from.'.' .. Regular... ..! 50c.... .21 cts' 0.. r 5068 yards Figured Organdies ft | 0 104 Brown Sheeting, TO* 22 c ,
Pure rish Linen Damask 64 inches I 25 cent values. Sale .12 "2'1 pep =-
litAJ 98 price
| < .. .
ce.0',f ;[ ;Our:$.50 values' sale price : V ., wide full bleached wearing qualities --I 3

has in '',Uur1,50'- values I ,sale price .., ..... .3 7 guaranteed.. Beautiful patterns rot- 683 yards White Dimity Nan-: llK DPARTMfNT( / .
.t ; : to select from 75 cent and $1.00 sook 12 l-2c. values. Sale Q CDJ
|10WQ.Inall: : ; Don, 't fail' to-- see this line of Hats., values, sale price..dHtabt ..... ..48cts.39cts <::: price . i .'. ca C The ladies cannot afford to miss this opportunity -
line of cloth,
A large
price .$?..49 +: : : U HOSIERY DEPARTMENT sizes 4SxiS beautiful designs for .. Fine Waisting Goods, suitable COCD 843 yards Black Taffeta 36 i in.

(Talk* 'Ladies Lisle Thread Black Drop .. .. .. ..49cts.98cts .-..... for,Summer and Fall, 25 cent '" wide. Value 1.25 to 1.50, QQ
Same size 48x52 at
I. Stitch, Hose,. 75 cent values, sale as above values. Sale P .ce... .,. 12 1-2c c' Sale price 89c. to . . Jjjj, C
to .
as 39 "
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.,.... ... ... .. ,.. .,., cts 156 dozen pure Linen Table Napkins,
I from ,.-: I tr.:' mice- ; .the 150 value, sale price. per. doz. .. 63G1 yards White Lawn 40 inches c.r 1400. yards of Novelty\ Silks in =
and Blue Lisle I Hose,d
,White fink
S.I rop
cents 2o I
F, $1,98, ..stitch, ,the 35 cent, value .,? .<. ... 19 ctsWets 120 full dozen bleached Pure in Linen white Scotch only, the Doilies$1.25, wide. worth 15 cents Yd 9 all shades, f 1.00: to .1.50 val -

[of Wash Skirts, : Ladies- Black Lace Work Hose 25c. kind, our sale .. ..... .;., .., .... ... .69cts Sale price . . C O ues. Sale price . .. .., 1 'C
.,. .. ..,. :
kind.'Our sale ,
p' % 19. Pieces Dotted Swiss worth .800 yards China Silk in
Quilts anc.Beadspreads, c Plaids. ,,
iUlTS _:\, .AlI, .Sale over'Trice ten. and....fifteen.. .?, ..cent.* ..,hose' ;..i, Sets High Grade Quilt, extra weight snow' 15c. to 35c. per yard.' Sale 1.9S 27 i inches wide, ..Oc. values 2 21? C ,

I white with selvage sides full size 98 cts price 12 1-2 cents to .. ." ., 5 Pieces of Black China Silk't ,-
blue V;; : MeW'HalfHqse. a beauty, $1.75 value, sale price ,
cyles. J $} c1f:and. ';Fancy.Half'.'Hose;,15";;cent High Grade Quilt,. Marseilles finish 1500 yds. Seersucker in all colors l-Ia i 30. C h. ., worth SOcts. 1 "
and .ti" .,f Y e 't >j.;,price-- ; .." ,....,. H, Sets extra wide bleached. Can't be c. Sale price -,, 3Q C Ji5fcrs'

;. F aiaclpuid! Silk Embrbidery; I Half Hose 14 cts .bought for les than $3.00 our price ,Y' G 51311 yards' Mercerized LislePlaids I -_ I" 1400 yards best China Sill;,-
$8.00. : I the; 25 cent kind..Out Tate;:price .. Also a full line of hand crochet soft ,_ ,
:in'S in all colors 25 in all colors 36 inches
centift .
have of fens 50 finish knotted fringe. worth wide.Values75
lVe-have beautiful line deep
.$2.98loiles a ftvalues.
..-. 15O" f .cent.,hose .that-ve will close out at 23 CIS $?.50 at ... ,. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. $. !I 15 r-t-. : Sale price .. ..12 C t-'!""'! s to 1.00. Sale -

"" vl SUMMER UNDERWEARjWe.'hare Very handsome Applique Sham of 0 2500\ yds. Mercerized Sateen i in v..; price . . '. ;. -We,
: .
I light weight'lawn beautiful designs. .. I) .
lekets ',g, 'just 'got to< ,move off bur hemstitched edges 50 cent values 19 cts ;1 ivy Blue, the 25 cent kiattSale 81 543_ yards. Changeable Silk 36 .

latest .. .b' -i*''. Men's" Summer. Underwear inn this J cts V ; I price . . . -2 C .-M'-1' inches vide, best quality ... !,I .;
\ '_'+ -'e. So.t o.d 0'it we've slashed' Dresser and Bureau Scarfs to matchLadies' 9 1 J
I Sale" 'm A.. ,the prices. in reach of every ,one. ,1658 yards of Broadcloth 56 in. o 3584 yards of Tissue, all colors, J llLadies' J -
Handkerchiefs.f
;,'.. $0.98Baits 5; > *,'all,bur men's French Balbriggan i wide, 1.50 per yard. ,- 25 cent values Sale price .. 12 2 -
: Shirts, ;and Drawers., the. $1.00 a, suit LO.s.- Ladles Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs ..... . saleg. 8. C i-' .
they are fc -" .v-jj f f sCLS' .. .
t.j.:! l ind,'cut f to'>}*, :*."*- g'sv.i--7v fff VV/*)*.... .W 1' vtP 10 cents .and 15 cent valued price 0 LADIES1 UNDERVESTS
SuIts. 'i eye"" :piled"together all our 15, ,%0 Ladies Lawn Hemstitched Border; ,01 561 yards Crayenette. GOO 0.. '
f.8rI1d r 25 cent-Linen:BandkercWefs.to 1 Needlework of fine design 15 and. 0 $1.33 Ladies' -
aU 0 Sets CD .}..00 Sale Undervests Nicelj I
't 51 "'u'f' q.r: J. Ct5 10 cent values .'. ., < per yard. price '
at ; : : r 8&efprr double, $edr Mosquito 9'8' Finest line :.of Ladies: Leather d' .'f" 250 yards White Serge Bral 'E} .trimmed around neck :and .
.oft -, + .regula;=prl $L50'iowKibrin1colors-. ., metal belts In city, our 25 cent Val- .fOcts arm, the 10 cent value for 5 C
$19s. ( 2.9J"{ 1 .. .: '::1' / ;. ... .... ..* **. '.*. -..-.. .;*. .. !oJ Novelty, 52 inches wide "Id 98 (D r
.- ,.. f "' >. .."J :- \-. '.' '\.S'95'L1benF cent.vatues:."Silk ,, 'pnr sale.'.: >...15c_ Our 50, cent belts .'. .o. .., .. .. 19c r"t' fcr |2.04_. Sale. price .... C. Bleached trimmed. Withee ,

,this uit, s a :.the1', ; rrJ aZtetaIl colors: .,lOc Our $LOO belts .? .. ." ... .. .. ..4Sc 3821 yards' of Brilliantine, 56 r tape at neck and arms, locent'"
price :
.., F;: values . .. 8 C
t.- ; --c-- !:\ inches wide, best quality sId O .o.,/!:,, .. '
,
: ;1. }.: d for 1.25 This sale. .. 69 c Kimona made ".extra .

: a !Ib V V' V h(1\(; T ards.: White Briihactine CD good Lawn, in White, 'Blue

-R ;& ;:' MCaIa 1'1'a" 54: inches 'wide /fLOft taJ.n S. 69 C/5 rt and 'Pink floral pattern,.'54 4t. ;.

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ITEMS.
t- LIFE AT BELLEVIEW. McINTOSH! : ',' '
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During : visit to we ;
recent
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: CONNOR... COUNTRY., rjt WM.bisthaaretnrnedhome ,.. i-
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f." f*! {; ,-' LiZ-. };.':{ {",, -' 1 ||We J|:are\having some disagreeable Special Correspondence ir? -"Jdrs._ herfvSit. JstTBaitimbre.ac .'jbtlier. bad''7 the' ;good fortune to nearHpn" ; -., Whflejin., f.Atlanta'" .,",;. ,. we .took-a'- peepGeorgla'8caplthl at|
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i, J3 %'; ** = h' ; Marion Mercantile CompanyjcfBelleview from, 5a... ; :
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The : -
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fOcaldlBannerriThe t weather attpresent But not .so much -- !f-r* P<& **t-'--4. J aS1* T M* I and a glimpse at her
Correspondence Smith candidate for the gubernatorial -
iioke
te*- ;' has sold out their business points in Maryl cL' .. '
rush-
so that the loggers can'keep on which then In session. -
second,annual; Perkins re-union. to McGehee & Mayo. Mr. T. A. Mlt h- P. M. King is .soon to move to Ar- nomination of Georgia make legislature; was -
in the logs:
: 7 'atScrub ing eadia. Mr. C1fl says he will certainly Colonel West (so .yell known here)
was given Tuesday, August Rev. Hammond Martin preached avery elL. their manager, left Tuesday mornIng one of his famous 'campaign speeches. Y" 67;( '
I permit to return to McIntosh of the senate presidesease 'wltk -
He get a
rest. "
president
much-needed goes
_ Lake. .interesting' sermon Sunday for .a : Before he'began his oration we fell S
first to Jacksonville; later he will before leaving' S and grace-and has made a mOf
f Perkins re-union
The two annual and.nightWe of .his
morning : from into conversation with a group
a
_ has returned
Guerrant
Washington D Dr. :
_ _r rr visit Richmond Va.;
Albert Althougl
picnics are given, eacn year, in honor arp glad to see Master and admirers told that would popular presiding. officer.
>f'" ", C., and New York city. Mrs. Mitchell two months' visit in Georgia reports and was we .

of the respective birthdays of Mr. Martin improving. until the and little daughter Pauline, are at Mrs. Guerrant and Us little ;hear the greatest orator. that Georgia Georgia. has- -*a hundred' .'-=-and fortyfivecountieber .- :
nit start -
will
school jj>-
Our .
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'Mrs. H. W. Perkins by their sons ; .later daughter in excellent :.health. f-.ft1t 'cJ" fr- senate Is but Jittle l&r-
asd. first Monday in September. jummerfield. ,:.and1 wflTbe". joined:.' ; has ever produce ,'We were told that '
"{ friends. The McGeehee- ,& 'We,.are gladto. 'report_. L. H .. Wijiisas' "i *"' T <.5 ger than pur own. Every senator ou
: \. ad.. daughters and best of. Lookout A. Y.. Names that are put by Mr. MitchelL .' he: easily edllpsedBbToombs, Howell I
: : improving and cut again. rafterswrestle an average represents four counties.There .
the.
; They' are given under the gnarled In public places are like monkey's Mayo Company have secured ser ,Cobb, Alexander' jcu. Stephens .
with foot to..In.
: bilious fever. is aneffort now on
liable to get steppedon. vices of Mr. 0. M. Gale, formerly'ofthe H. Hill or:John B. Gordon.
Scrub Lake tails. They are Benjamin
the shores of
oaks on tome and It
I, Teapot Grocerr,"of. Ocala as man- R. Daigre and wife returned our/anticipations were too crease the .number of senators,
Perhaps
which is near the home of. this estimable thlsweek.5 They took in the reunion at perhaps will be done.
residentpf -
former
been .ill ager. Mr: ,Gie is a had been
4 Mrs Lennie all has very much exalted;, our sights '
pioneer couple. : Belleview'and.his many friends are Chattanooga ,on their: trip in northern -i ',"' .' # The house is a much larger body .
for the past week. raised too 11IgILAt :
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:;; The first one is given on:' June 21, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. .Hoiley' a11ed on. glad to welcome him' back. Georgia. '.-...., all events,' the "' distinguished No legislature, that lias'jever'' assem- "
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of ... : Geering of Leesburg, was bled in Georgia has won its way into
commemorating the anniversary Mr: ,
Nichols
: : > '. Mr. ,;.d Mrs. Tom Wells "at Eurekalat Mr. Rex and Miss! Edna : speaker fell far short of out expecta "
Mr. Perkins;' thVsecond, on August:7, celebrated their birthday on Monday shown ovet some of the stock farms such popular favor Unlike the legislature ""

.- commemorating1'that of Mrs. Perkins Sunday. friendsa and trucking lands of this section by tions. of Florida, which comes in with :
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'Mr. A. :P.iMarsh made flying. trip evening by giving their .many He began his speech by saying that
this week. of trumpets, the legislature :
birth. W H. Hopkins the blowing
to the beautiful Silver Springs last party. A goodly number were pres- -' he had spoken in one' hundred and :
-r f At. ten o'clock in the forenoon the ent. The evening wasspent with Dr. Clark Walkup is out'again, after and forty-five of Georgia went out "with trumpets _
Sunday. forty of the,one hundred 5
fl to arrive and it was 'a'severe malarial attack several. sounding in its ears.
began ,
: : picnicers Mrs. S. and music. Delicious refreshments '
Mrs. S. P. Marsh's sister, games counties.of: Georgia. The wear and
not until the long and short hand ,of departed davs. ;,. "1; It Js positively stated that the legis-
: G. Perry,. is visiting her at the pre's were served and the guests S --; tear of such .a campaign Jwas telling ;;

_. the Perkins' clock' stood at twelve ent. wishing their host and hostess 'J. W'.:" Me ns will< return"< from t Hot on him. He-was not in good'voice, and lature. of- Georgia, which. adjourned .

that. everyone was there...... Tho Grahamville writer seems tothink many happy returns of the day. Springs .today., ; that portion of his speech that we 5 ,Wednesday was not mixed up '

-t They came from Cennor, GrahamTille that.crpp5J.are much better The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist Dr. Martin has returned from Con- heard was devoted to repelling at- with graft nor the suspicion of graft -- <

,...Moss..BluffElectra,- Lynn and : yers,. Ga., where...he jhascbeen, .hold; of any kind and the whole press of .
.. church. will holdanjce.cream.s& da1 us
over there-than anywhere else. .Iexpect'we" I f u]] atJi :d noW ed), ) .
venfrom ;faroff-Oxford"al! 'bring- ing- a-'Series meetings.- Georgia is singing Its pr lses.
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--v r -. & -- 'will have to'send" 'several cialat the town hall on Thursday ,and scurrilous and perhaps he was too
P.v- big baskets-t--a. T X scr n-t nki evening August 16. i M. G. Bateman is out again. after Among the.good things !or which it
.
families over to'help poor Albert. I intent and earnest in his denunciations '
JlfliedwithcakesandaUinannerof '" left Friday fort !a shake up of a few days. is praised most highly is th passageof -1
) his corn.. Make preparations Mrs. True Whittier of .them, for the display of the
. gather .. ,
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., 'a position till the establishment
gooais prepared fbi.the-women, bless ,0 Sam Rush has accepted the child labor ; -
for short vacation.
_ t Indian Springs, jGtu, a
for We are coming. ornaments of; speech.. "* :
them: ( ; > S ; "-' with the G. *& G. railroad ompany, of a court of appeals for the :
: '
-t *We notice'dthat June Bug was" si- His presence is commanding, but .
i Th day wasa fine-sunny one and Mrs. ,J. A. Sansbury has returned! and, will take the agency at Clyatt.Mr. particularly relief of the supreme court; the passage 3-
lent for some time.: What's the mat- his gestures are not
- Buch a one. as none but California, : to .her-home in Panasoffkee,* after S. H, GaUskiltJs vdoing...some. of the Boykin bucket shop bill 4

,. ieT:, ter J":B? : repairs on his "dwelling 'and putting graceful. and as a' campaign' speaker. which ,"kills these establishments in.Georgia 4-
Arizona dTFloridaican with her mother '
- i pjoduce We :wool<3Llike Jtoi heat from yoivMr. : spending, ajew days : -? "r-- -s # --' hie is not captivating: nor"magnetic.Wnat .
: -.day Arhlch was 't"too :warmi,-nor a new roof on it. ; the Wright bill for pure elec3t
-I visiting Mrs. R. A. Bradlee. is said in a
and Mrs. H. C. Hines are he says, however, )1
_ _: ; to cool but just the ideal picnic day.: Mrs. Harris' parents in Georgia. )Irs. C. A. Tremere and two daugh- strong, forceful, and impressive man- tions; the providing! of the election of

f Atneo'c1ok, he fish which had Minnie left Tas weeEto" .5- ORANGE LAKE ITEMS.. railroad commissioners; by the peoj'le,
| rs.E1inoraid
,
Jj wisiTthem' S t ** lac the insinuating and :1
__ caughfby' a party of ge tl then We. ," a pleasantvisit. in tie north. .5 .'- .: nerj'.but he s : and an: appropriation to' have Georgia ;:
been Johnnie' Priest is 'ill with spend 'their vacation of Hon. Rob-
Miss very plausible manners say, Jamest#
early in"tHe morning,. at,Lake J:Jumper, Mr. Tremere accompanied them to Mr. Joe Cannon, a very successful: fittingly represented at the -" .
her and the
4- dangue fever. We wish to see ert W. Davis, of this state;
t and Lake' Fan, began to sizzle in,the Jacksonville and then returned to truck grower. of this .section,. bas town exposition. -
.... ,. able to be,.out. again'soon.. sledge hammer eloquence and force of
____. a and half an hour afterwards, The bill that was uppermost -.thej.
pans, : ... HERE AND THERE.. Belleview. bought the ..McClimonds country Hon. R: A. Burford.As j ','
they were done and set aside to cool. of the day we were there and which called t.
The Rev. Mr. Barze pastor :
home and will make it his home in a campaign speaker these two
: : f It was promptly two o'clock by the Methodist. Episcopal church has gone forth: thrilling and impassioned eloif]
at Belleview. Meridians him cards :and
give.
Changes future. D. H. Irvine purchasedthe t can
milL when Rev. B. I. Hull: asked the the Mr. quence, was a bill providing for an !
will
: : Mr. Thomas A. Mitchell who has to Mount Dora, where he enjoy a spades and beat him two to one in
4 : of the McClimonds of $15,000 to aid in the4 [
divine blessing over the large table well-earned rest before the camp- other part appropriation
been in charge of the Marion Mercantile the game. *

\ J of'. good' things and .it was not until an Company at Belleview for several meeting begins next week.. His.family place. Of course it cannot be possiblethat erection of .an equestrian statue to
I that the 'inner man Gen. John B. Gordon to be erected on
hour afterwards years has severed his connectionswith went with him. Mr. D. H. Boyd is making an addition Hoke Smith trains in the same

-i.. ; was ..satIsfled.1 Miss Ethel Richardson, of Ocala, is i the capitol grounds.
Stephens
been
this company and has suc- to his house. class with the lamented Toombs -
- !* dinner fit for' kings and This is a noble sentiment for we-
It i
a
was with her friend
this spending a few days
of
ceeded by Mr. 0. M. Gale Miss ,Maggie Vaughan is visiting. Gordon and Hill. cannot honor heroes too much

;& .. Floridians. Miss Edna Nichols. her uncle, Rev. T..C. Cooper. at Lady We do not wish however, to be our
if After dinner the afternoon was city.Mr. 5 the and the inthusiasm it Instills In' the : i
:'. Mitchell however, left Friday, There was7preaching Sunday .Lake who is pastor of the Methodist understood as saying he is not a tot. fo,
spent most pleasantly in tete-tete by Rev. Mr. Rogers.Baptism'.in passing, generation compensates
-f he willpurchase Baptist church br i crowds
the
for New York City, where. church of that place. great speaker, for to sway f.i.1We
k
the entire picnic party. Lake LiI- all the money that the treasury
: I the fall and winter goods the morning at Mrs. Daniels and little daughter, and receive the ovations that he has ,
clock the mantle at the are glad that Georgia thni
The in the
upon of members
for this growing coneern. He will ,han and reception from New Smyrna, are the guests of during thepast thirteen months :r
home of the Perkins had struck five I ECHO. so much of her civil and military sons.
r ., ., .. be In New York for several weekson evening. Mr. and Mrs.. D. H. Berry. proves the futility of any such state-
T: before the crowds began to depart for In the capitol in conspicuous places IJ
business after which he will takea Miss Elizabeth Myzelle is enjoyingthe ment. :
their homes 1t ITEMS.Special are displayed large oil paintings and 2> :
; -. .. vacation before embarking in ano- KENDRICK cool breezes of Mont Eagle where To listen to him one Is impressedwith
i Congratulations were extended to statues of her gifted and distinguished TJ
ther line of work. .." she has gone to spend the summer the fact that he possesses a i ,I
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins upon their age I
Correspondence: in company with Mrs. Emma White, strong and powerful individuality, but men.We
jby the 'entire crowd before leaving. here noticed oil paintings-of Governor
ice given
,; The cream supper
NOTES FROM FAIRFIELD. speaker he lacks the grace and
f of Citra.Robert as a
"We wish to. congratulate both of has S Oglethorpe, Alexander H. Stephen, '
t- : | ;, Friday night was the best that ,
; Wihtney: of St. Petersburgis address, the wit and humor, the versatility -
upon your respective agjs, Mr. this It was Governor George M. Troup, Sen
at place.
been given
lOU *- ever
Special Correspondence: visiting his aunt and uncle Mr.: and magnetism that make the
and Mrs. Perkins"' everyone said 'to Benjamin H. Hill Representatii
from Ocala '
attended by people
_ : ; : The Methodist people here wish to well and,Mrs. J.. B. Burry. ideal campaigner.
j -A this famous -coupIe "and" continuing and LowelL The seats were Crisp Dr. Long and a number of oth ;--; -
thank the'Presbyterians for the use Martin Masters Henry and Geo. Wilson, ofJacksonville Florida,. in our judgment, has men
|iD the SaflQ.strIri of thought, "we arranged by the ladies and ers. These, exhibitions serve a useful;: -.
Sunday. The Methodist nicely of theirgrandmother his
that
of their church ., ,- are the guests with far less reputation are
.. wish you many more years of living beautiful bouquets were placed around and noble purpose In that they stir|.. ,1
be in
will
Episcopal church soon Mrs. S. A. Stewartwhile superiors campaign performers
i ; 4. blessedess." Ladles' Aid society the room. The ladies extend gratitudeto the the ambition of the ,young and cause..
comfortable order. their father and mother are visiting Hoke Smith however,' is alIto :
:/ f_| On,June 51 Mr H: W. Perkins waS from Ocala, Martin them to try and emulate the virtues '
Thursday
.. '.. will meet at ,the M. E. church the young men Buffalo Springs for their father'shealth. good. He is now on the crest of a
__4: seventy years old and on August the and Lowell, for their generosity. Miss 'and reverence the characters of these- -
afternoon. popular wave and unless'all signs fail
!: Seventh, Mrs.Perkins, ,. his wife. wasp sold button bou- men. =
lah Carrington
,.. Mrs. Harvey has-" returned home! Be "Rev. Mr. Clark preached at the Bap- will receive the gubernatorial nomination -
sixty-eight just two years her hus- This leads us to say that Florida i
after a pleasantistayTwith her son, L. quets to the gentlemen. Altogetherthe tisfchurch last Sunday and in the by overwhelming odds. Conservative .. ".
- I bands) jt nlor. committee realized a nice sum of should emulate the example of (jecr. :
L. Harvey at Bradentown.J afternoon administered baptism at the men estimate that he. wfll
I Both MK; and Mrs. Perkins are very which gia. .-
church S
JJr.i Dodd, who has been in Georgia .money. for their new lake! .. carry one hundred of th'fonehuridred: ,-
feeble and: they cannot very welP get will soon be erected Not only the state, but our counties:
.. several weeks, was 'at Fairfield'Jastweek we hope and forty-five counties. Georgia, and >
about unless assisted. and sisfer.Mt's. should perpetuate In bronze or mar-|
Miss' Dura Turnipseed
:' looking around., FROM FERTILE, FLORIDA. when he is' elected he'will be the governor. -
S The cJ.qWd at'the picnic was -esti Ocala the blq.or pn canvas the character of our .
Afken of spent .
Cutiei superintendent of Anne 5 will the.stringsforhim.
Mr. J. B. ? ------ No one else pull '
rated to be about one hundred and week with In the Land of t representative eitIzeiis :
'of the relatives
the G. &; G. railfoad.. as.here on business latter part What They are Doing :
ewent ve .persons.L -5 and Pine. I Marion county should have in her;: ,
.recently. >- the Grapefruit The belief I; general|th"at ills ;soon
Mrs. lober Fore and child of Oxford here.Miss ( house statue of her .
a is court square a ;
; Mr Robert Ellis ol Gainesville will Beulah Carrington visiting he 'gets into office "ihefe'lf be

_ It., are visiting Mr." and,. :'lrs., W.. -- R. 'here for some time looking after .relatives at Dunnellon and Her ando Goo W Carter, of Lawty' has cleared as f civl and military hero, Gen. Robt. Bii1- .
be ? something doing. 2 .
j :'* }'ore. C jj this week. $$1,290 this season on 40,000 strawberry .,.', .... lock, and other civic and military chief:

i1 Mrr an ..yrs. Tom Jones and family the Miss grading Maude crew.Brutin, f Gainesville, is Fanners in this section are through plants. The Popular! Tour 1st*Coat.- tains as well as the Confederate mon.. ; _

: of Anthony; Mr. and Mrs B. ,F. visiting her sister, Mrs. H. E. Burch gathering fodder. The early bird ''So far this season Sanford.has ship-i. "Women that must practice econo- ument the funds for 'Which are now .

.Smith., MjsgJDora Smith and Mr. and this weec. '.5 ,. ,;- ; catches the 'worm, you know, ped vegetables to the amount of $40- :my find that a .tourist coat obviatesthe being raised by o noble Daughters f fof

)tfrs. Paul Fore of Connor, will on Miss Allie Mack., of Ocala is a guestof Miss Hattie Sims is on the sick list 000 breaking all records.A need of a special traveling suit" the Confederacy.

Thursday leave for an outing 'at Lake her cousins Misses Florrie and Her numerous friends wish her a recent shipment of 600. Avacado says Helen Berkeley-Loyd in the Sep- !';

; Bryant They will spend: a" week' at Lula, Jennings. '-" speedy recovery.Mr. pears was recently made from Miami tember Delineator. ."Its ample folds We are now receiving among oUT -. i

t the lake fishing. Mr. and Mrs. W. H Smith of'Martin C. E. Nix of Grahamville, was to Santiago de las Vegas, Cuba. completely hide the gown worn _beneath exchanges Beaver, which Is printed

4: Mrs. S.. L. Griggs,,'of Oxford, is in Ocala Wednesday, looking after even while they protect it.from at Birmingham, Ala., and is the ;
were at Mr. B. S. Jennings' Sun The son about Orange Springs pro- '.
: ': visiting her sister, Mrs. H. W. Perkins stain. Indeed official organ of the Independent Or- :
interests. and travel among
business dust
They havea
Irish
_ potatoes.
,- duces fine der of Beavers. It Is an excellent publication : :
day.Mrs. James Carrington is rapidly the fortunate ones who need never
., B. S. Jennings and little' son. Mrs. fine flavor and are good shippers.
Mr. Pat T. Randall, who went down Springs. improving. GUESS. economize, there are those who omit and is filled with things of' ,,
to Orange
.. to the metropolis on, business, I last Lowey, have gone -- From reports given from orange the traveling dress altogether, and Interest to. the Beavers. The Beaver : "
tz
and
A. J. McLaughlin Conductor
__ week, has returned home. Mr. Randall Mr.Carter have to New York on The Big RemovalSale.. growers of the De Land section, BereLford don instead an ordinary morning is Issued monthly. This order now has !.

informed us that within a fortnight gone Lake Helen. .Orange City! Lake forth a short thirty-eight strong dams and is con'inually :
frock when set upon
of readers they:
pleasure trip. It is known to most our
a and Spring
:2 he would have his pleasure Winnemissett Glenwood of weekend \ growing in strength and num1
Mr. Alex Yongue is back again and the Holder trip. The extreme popularity .
: that the corner store in the crop next winter .r
orange be
i In trim for Garden
the'1no excursion rs.
:: launch a, visits to country homes at this '!: f
is looking well the Boston be .fine one.,It.is estimated that
and Dlock now occupied by will .
Silver
trips on Springs
:
.
: ...... season of the year has created a
,_ -. Oeklawt.hL'We will announce it HETTY GREEN'S SON NAMED. store, has been leased by Messrs C. there will be over 100,000 boxes ship- strong demand for these coats, and

_: later when he gets his boat in trim. I -\ Rheinauer & Co.. which forces Mr ped from the above places. in response the shops show a large variety

; This section was well represented Republican Convention NominatesHim Handlesman, proprietor of the Boston This is the season of the year when of mod ls. Man/ of these are of

;. ., at the "Brick Cit)" last Monday it for Governor of Texas. store, to move into other quarters: truckers and growers are putting in light weight, suitable alike for auto- SUPPORT

-:: being 'Veteran Day." Those whom and he is advertising a great "R' their seed beds and preparing'for the ,mobiling or for short train trips The

: we caught'on our note book were; Special to the Ocala Banner: .moval Sale" beginning August 20 planting ,of. the fall crop of pepper white taffeta lining in the high cost

Mr.,L. M. Graham, Mr.,J. W. Perkins,, Houston, Tex., Aug. 16.-The faction :which will continue until September i tomato: ;>> and.other. crops. and throughout coat is not so incongruous as it would

.- Mr. Isaac Perkins,.Mr. and Mrs. Dick of the republican party of Texas 1.This.. the fanning sections of the coun- seem at first glance. It proves of practical SCOTTS EMUU10N sans u t 1: :

Griggs Dr. B. F..List, Mr. John Holly,, known as ,the "rorganized party" held is no fake sale, but it is absolute The fall tomato acreage in Dade value to the woman, who, daintily brldse to carry th* wutatd tad
.
: ;: Mr. Will Holly and Mr. G. Holly. its state convention here today. E. H. and the goods must be sold, county will not be materially increased. gowned, must travel by train or stLtvtdzydtin&Iogiatflltcaafiadflrm5upInQdiwyfood. '

i, .: ,Last week was a splendid week,foi :R.. Green of Terrell, president of the even at a sacrifice for the proprietor .but the spring crop will be materially motor, to attend a dinner at a distant -

,. ...0-.". fishing. On, Tuesday morning- Mr Texas Midland railroad and the son of is compelled to.move and there is no "decreased.Candier country house, ora fashionable evening Scad tat free amp!&. -:

., ., Isaac Perkins, Mr, Oscar William*,, Mrs. Hetty Green of New York, was other store in sight at present for him growers shipped 2,000 function at the Country Club. The SCOTT & BOWNE, o-n ..

:M!. Brinson Griggs and' Mr. Wm nominated for governor. J. C, Gibbons, to occupy. and the goods must go. crates of peaches this season. and netted light-weight coats suitable for such 4O9V5PwiStreet, dnggbu.N..VUl"Jo1C.u4'J.coan -.. '

'"' Roberts went up to Lake Jumper and of Paris Texas Read1 the list of bargains of. crate. .
formerly mayor was splendid on an average $1 per occasions, are of tussore, pongee
,
within .an hour had caught one hundred named .for lieutenant governor. 1 offered for sale and the prices there W. H. Baxter, of that place. ,shipped Shantlng.and taffeta. The popular color --,--- SI

-.. ,bream and ten. trout and at the The resolutions ,commend the national for. Make your selections and be on $oOu worth of peaches from an or ate ,ecru, golden brown the whole

same morning; Mr, Len Wilson and administration and denounces hand at the opening to .secure them chard of ten acres only 1'l months old. gamut of blue, and reds. Cloth tourist

:: -,. Mr.' Walter Perkins went,to'Lake Fan Cecil Lyon the Republican national See ad in weekly and Sunday's There will be the usual crop of Jap- coats are of tweed, fancy mixtures,

:; : i.n caught eight trout which weighedthirtyeight committeeman, for Texas. Considerable daily. anese sugar cane grown at, De Land checks and shadowy plaids.. r
'
-: : pounds enthusiasm was displayed when -5---- 5 this year and there wfll be thousandsof .-

'; ;' Wednesday August 8, was Mastei the name of Secretary of War 'Taft Band Excursion. gallons of- syrup made.from it. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cline and Mr,

;:i)! : t' J. W. R 1da1l'.'7th birthday, and tc was mentio ed. Excursion, to ,Lake Weir (East Heavy showers around Boynton and Mrs. Harry Cline left yesterdayfor

;;;. ? ,commemorate the day,' J. W. and 'his W. M. 'McDonald- a negro, of Ter Lake), Sunday, August 19th for the have been quite numerous the past Auburndale, where they hav$' a '' '::1:
4
-: i--' little brother accompanied' theiifather. rell, was named as national commit benefit of the Metropolitan Band. week, which greatly' "retards work beautiful place'and. wfll rest there for 1lak.-.iru)'W>d d fI1WI aD4 1 :? .

: : :. ,,, Mr. Pat T. .Randall in his teeman and_ will contest' the right of Round trip, $1 for adults;' 50' cents preparing to set pineapple slips. Every the next thirty days. The Messrs. = :U Wbe e7 1 Cll tJd'faUler bI plaBtICI OR tM : ,'fS ; ',!:

: launch, 'to' -Silver' Springs.. 'J. W., 'took-- Cecil. A. Lyon to the place.Don't for children. Tickets on ,sale at Ty-. grower almost and several new Cline have- been busy for the, past hie mutt"tlut rnf Ii6cIe.u.e": W.11&Ye an-tZWIIa lulwov4'. 'r.-?. -

.: .A .a'sumptuous_ lunch along with him dings' drug store; .AntiMonopolydrug ones are'preparing to set quite a large month two'working day 'and 'night .1tN Sow.t&D4" uaI NedL blutJtllD7C1J1o.0'''' .>;:

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L :to fully!carry.out his,previous arranged forget the .meeting of the .store, :-Anderson's drug store, acreage this. ,. fin.. The pines.. have en. : pecial./orders- 'Md A have
plans Jo:celebrate, his' biithd r. Home Mission society .this afternoon Bridges' confectionery. Music, 'bathing paid-, ;well;this) year' ...-.......New-..Tofk Fruit' the\:rest.that' 'they':have'. .decide'* "*dl id- ,tl;." !'''yt'. ,_- :,::. ," "'".

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CHATTY ,WASHINGTON '. In the: section municipal '

'". '.. ---- : ownership has .received a bad black. COl/NTRY./ a t

:,7t:f i =The:'Chinese, and'the Tariff-The Old ere through, the revelations, In, Gininnati -! ,- '- 1N

"" Navy ,Passing! Away-Ohio ,as a I. ,and(more: recently In, Hamll-- Berlin, Fla. ;!ug.j 1 13, 1906. '

-4 Barometer Political and ton.'1Jl: the Jatter.city a report tothe Special Correspondence: .. :

,.Y Other .Chit-Chat. state: .auditor recently showed that the Come with me this Monday morning

municipal gas and electric light,plants and take a peep'at, the country nnl Ilttl N -
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washington. Aug. 13, 1906. uad been losing money, they :were In which', is one of the, most prosperousIn N
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competently managed, that public offi- Florida. ,. 1
: ,
Special CorrespondenceThere n r
are, only skirmishes 'golng'on dais have.been.enjoying c ree current, We are in the Berlin and/Iartel f 4. Y ,r ,. ,

*at- present, It ia true, between the and tbat a generally unsatisfactory section, where the",,proposed Gainesville r r

& revisionists 'but cond lon of affairs- prevailed. So, if & Gulf railroad isio: run; where
standpatters$ and the III "a rI
municipal.ownership is a good rally. short, line sawmill railways .gridironthe 1 St
since" straws show which way the wind 1 e1Pfl
? lug ryin one.part.of stateJt.is lands; where. garden truck, and + ++ tt+ ,. -
t: ''blows, nothing theoretically Is too
likely to be .dangerous' one ,in ..an corn and cotton are'grown Jin, abundance
overlooked. /fl
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? small to be At, any rate, i+ gets
*" e" 'country will probably be highly other.., That Is why 'we want to:get and ,where lives the ,prettiest

.. '' ''fedified to learn that no'less"a commodity the big guns in action, to talk on the girls on the whole _peninsula of. Flor F i IIIf.r; .

ssues.raised by ,We Roosevelt*adminstration. -
'
than dried' lizards can now beimported'tree ida.The "-
If the.present unsettled:con thirty-first annual, Cartels 1 t ,, t1' r'FF + .
; of duty, .a condition due 1410 r,,
ditions prevail, "e. shall all be at sea Pond picnic will take place at Ca'ier's tFi f f
to the .reversal by the courts of a ruling F i PORTION OF REYNOIDSTQBACCD C0MFAJWS PLANT 1905
right ,up to election time", Pond next Saturday, August 18th.
r of the treasury department in a : ..
Everybody is invited, especially city
i suit brought by'a Chinaman.'Another
Whether Mr. Shouts believes in the folks, so' everyone who can spare the '
The
and Cleanes
great 'monopoly Is struck, since the Largest Best-Equipped Fiat Plug :
statement from one of Kipling's poems day, come, and bring ,your basket of ,
domestic lizard is no longer to be protected -

a; but 'the standpatters,,'undaunted'by'this .. to, the effect that "the things that goodies) and also your bathing suits, Tobacco Manufacturing Plant in the, World _

:you learn from the. yellow and'black as this pond Is ,a, miniature Lake
reversal, are In the'words The Reynolds factories, equipped with amount of than -
will help you a lot ,with the white" Weir. arters Pond is noted as an .sweetening any other kind,

'of ,Patrick Henry, advising the'iU revis seems doubtful; at any'rate" althoughhe ideal place.for a picnic, as it is there every modern. appliance for producing the and has a wholesome stimulating and "satis tot
the
most of Dried
ionists to make fying effect chewers.
It is would hardly seem has learned ,quite _a...bit _concerninglaborers where. ,the, green foliage, 'of the> oaks best 'chewing tobacco by a clean, sanitary on -_
'
true -
lizards '
i SCHNAPPS is ,the/brand that ,
of every color during his ac- meet and 'entwine overhead, their ,and'Healthful! process, under the, direction made the
to be an important article. of com Reynolds factories famous
Bah of the canal zone, being nearly, as dark andthick as the manu '" -
4vltr"'u Pop greenery of who made ,the business life,
are used Chi men have a -
merce, but, they by a. facturers of the best and most popular brands,. -
his $knowledge" doesn't help him a bit as garlands of the Oregon

nameD't as; a. panacea. jtor the.illsJtowhich ; : with Mr. Gompers, 'the"labor leader; grape; it, is there where the younger study, are located,in the centre ,of the Pied. of chewing tobacco; and made necessary the -
:
Oriental flesh is heir. They are mont tobacco "
The,reason. ,for this.is the decision to generation and, the older generation enormous growth ..
apparently a. very ,necessary prescript_ belt, known to from :
a small
: employ Chinese; labor on the canal, have met for the last_ thirty years factory
< : tion, and,while the"COmmon or garden the.world as the in 1875 to the _
since, as Mr. Shonts 'and Chief Engi- the younger ones to talk of the present largest
American lizard is said to be "just as best productive ,
neer'Stevens ,both say "they do; the and the future, and love's sweet. fiat-plug fac- 'i
-' good.....she foreign-living .Chinamanf soil for tobacco' \ toryintheworld.The .
Vhile lit almost' impossible .
or.kw: is dreams, and the older ones to talk >
Vtlll clings ,to the traditions ,of home, with an aroma so delightful who
to get moethau,60 per cent.efficiencyout of old reminiscences of long ago when men
.
:and, vows: that. Chinese: lizard$ ,- pleasing and
\ started ..the
of' the 'negro1decision( which they were 'young, and It'ls .there ,
t reach the, spot more quickly, Is' .willing ;appetizing ,that it Created and popularized. Reynold ',Co., in 1875,are directing it to-day.,
brings joy to the hearts of those where many a candidate has spoken! : >
to pay an, extra price-for them. the fondness for chewing tobaccO. There area greater number, manufacturers -
; prophets w.hoveven years; ago, pre] in order to win fame in this state. "
Hence the case in question, for, to fin- Only choice, selections, of this_ w 11-, making imitations s claimed to be just as good, _
dicted that If the canal were ever This picnic is each year given in
;j ,meet the demand"for this native, medl--,I tarter matured thoroughly cured leaf are used in as SCHNAPPSthan, any commodity manufactured -
Chinese labor.
shed, It would be by honor of Mr. and Mrs J. M. T.
cine, one'trai In this country 'importr SCHNAPPS and others of the .high-grade yetthere'are -
; more pounds of SCHNAPPS _
Some critics, however, still Insist, Mr. by their friends in this section. : _
,ed a large consignment of. these dried ISbonts' statements after Investigation Both Mr. and: Mrs' Carter are' gettingon .Reynolds brands, and expert tests ,prove chewed ,than the total amount, of all imitative -

,
"varmints insisting that Inasmuch that this tobacco requires and takes_a,smaller brands or tobacco of similarappearance.ten -
the 'ten
.
the and
to the three
score
u contrary"f that along .
,, : .
/ M theytwere'drugs,:they should come use of' j Chinese- ''labor_ on- the"caialwould mark In'age.. II fee toon. on tilt tan ami under tea tap tpa S"C-N-N-A-1.R.S, ed rea wII l bmR. b pear,' ." '
In jduty free .The .haVdheaded: custom .

;. .officials, however.?not finding dried liz be a distinct violation';of the; The Fellowship' Junior High school ,. J. REYNOLDS 'TOBACCO CO.jWInston-Salem, N. C;. :: .:

,
.
law However, Mr. Shonts generally opened last Monday, August 6, under
:jErds"'on thefr"t list; "dutiable or other
: gets what..he, wants and in view ofthe the tuition of. Professor: R. W. Erwin
:! ,wise and refusing to'admitthattheywere 'j 4
.. ,, of '
< Jactjnat the early. completion\ and Miss Lucy Erwin. -
'
drugs; put:them fa the catchall -q>ijfc S
the 'big waterway la''of prime Impor- The-- school with an enrollment 'Mr., -S r :
class of unenumerate'd''articles taking opened McCully., Brooks and family, will w. A. KNIGHT. -t. E.. LANG:
'
lance it looks as If yellow 'would of 55 scholars. Within two of ,, ,, ;
10 per cent ad valorem duty. It was .to shortly. move _to.Zuber, Fla., where he
shortly: : succeed:: black as the predominating weeks"'it is expected that the enrollment -- .' '
M& ruling that the ,importers took ex'iceptlon -got has charge of. ihe Sumner Dumber :
/the
&
color
along the Une will reach to 65' or 70': ANNOUNCEMENT : :
a st'andrto which they were .
Company's works. ; ,
canal. Professor R.W.Erwin and his sister -
upheld by'the ,courts. But. whether'the ,
*4 ,e: I '. t ,-Miss.Lucy Erwin. are two of.Flor. Miss Etta Hood, of Ocala, visiting. > '..- -
result.Ia tOfbeixiked upon. i as; a victory Of: I For, an ,impaired .Appetite.To ( ,
Ida's" most popular educators. Professor her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hat *f. ; J
for tariff revlalonests, orx another the appetite and, ,
improve 'Erwin taught the '05-06 term. at Bernett, at Martel. ,1, "i- ,

,-; manifestation of the,\Yellow Peril dei strengthen they digestion try afe Green' Cove Springs ;"Uncle" Mabe" 'Cat1 er, Mr. M. P. We have Just purchased the: Wa gon and Harness business of Messrs.-

w nd'chiefly upon one's- s '1'O itlcs." f 11 T i I doses_ of Chamberlain's} 's Stomach and 'On Sunday the Woodmen of the Frink, Mr S. B. Brooks, !Mr. Jack Mc I,S. A. Standley &. .Company, and propose to add,totha, stock ot goods everything

Liver Tabl ts. Mr. J. H. Seltz,of Detroit that is needful to make it aCOMPEETE LINE In every sense of
:
World of the Ocala and Martel camps 'Cully and Mr Valentine 'Seckingerdrove
-", The announcement from the navy .Mich.. says: "fhey restored my I the word. We are agents for, several of the best Farm Wagons ..ouJthe"mar-*
dedicated the monument'recently overland to the "Brick City"Monday
menu that the old wooden appetite it when .I Impaired, relieved jtne ket; also several makes of "Buggies. Besides these we handle aeat variety -*
:
,'steam thlp' "Marion: built? ,ror;thenavr ot. a..bloated ,'feelIng_ !and caused* a erected by'this order to' the memoryof of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee. : '*
Dr. W. E. Armstrong, of Crystal Mrs Branen, mother of Mrs. George We Invite the pugllc to call and see our display Of' ; sV J
<
; in 1871 and
> at Portsmouth yard and satisfactory movementof
pleasant' River, at the Fellowship cemetery.The Mills, Mrs.. Sallie Branen, Mr. H. and 4. J.- i "A *
He Uyvln1isei'forthe "naval' n lUUh&i" ; the ijowels." 'Price, 25 cents/S im- *
services were held, at. 4 p. m. Mr. Luis Branen' is very ill at the High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages, '.;;. ,*
condemned' useles for the '

t niry.an been wJl.e roldto4the'hfaestn ples....'-,,-free.. "All- 'druggists., **S- -0 Woodmen present were: Mr. N.- I. home of Mrs. George Mills. Unexcelled. Wagons, Harness, l--* *f r ,

-dr =z .Ie- Gottleib, Mr. C. H.' Dame, Mr. Chas. Mr. J. N. Pickier; who has been .
'bidder, r marks the paislng.of[another :jThe friends. bfMrF.iS. Perrin, who Lap' Robes Etc.., ,Etc. \ iVMAIL ? .
of); vesselsfoff"lifeiBaai'87old lived tOfSo:- longVumeTon Lake Weir Sage, Mr..8. M.. Lummus, Mr. _Geo.: G. very ill, Is up'and around.. Mr. Fielder *** .

:. theVfiwtHtoappjearingf and'whoWttoroughlyj identified.himself Mathews, Mr. Robt. Floyd,, Mr. M. Is an old ex nfed. I ORDERS WILL ALWAYS ,HA VE PROMPT ..ATTENTION: ,' <. '
the
.; .:!ayy.,.Indeed; of the'blstorTof/this 'county Handleman, Mr., Marcus Frank, Mr. Mr. Shad Atkinson Mr: L. J. Seck '.. :'.'.. ,a t J
with
the Constitution is
pegV oaly
:' very.. entered conspicuously Into its ,T. D. Bryan Mr. .J. W. White, Mr.,H. inger and Mr. V. B. Potts are now .Turpentine Wagons a Specialty i !' ;
and so
left, aj d'from. junk heap by the ': ;:
the ,
Marshall McDavid Lumber
storm.of.popular protest which swept social and political whirl, and who 0. McDavld, Mr. with the Sumner Company.

over the country .lal winter. The was ,so universally popular, will be Mr. Freymouth; Mr. J.- L.' Smoak, Ur. Fisher, of Georgia was a visitor We are Always Position to Meet'the Prices of Legitimate Competition. ,

Mr. J. W. Hopkins, Mr. J. H. Benjamin to Berlin last week. He was visitinghis .1 ,
;passing of the "Marion," after a third glad to learn that he Is prospering in We Sole for the celebrated
.
Agents White .Xuipentine
are Hsckory .
his home. Mr and Dr. L. F. Blalock of Ocala; sister, Mrs. Alkens, at the still. ,
.y of a:century of service, will mark the !New York city, new -
disappearance' of her class .NaTal' ev- !I Perrin keeps'In touch with our.county Mr. J. lc Hugens-, ,- Mr.. J. M. Hug There was a pillau at the. home of and Farm Wagon. : .- / -

; the' columns of the ens,'Mr. S.-A. Davis,.Mr.-G..A. Osteen, Mrs. Alkens Wednesday evening. '
nowadays/and affairs through

i '.elation.Irvery vessel,that serves.rapid for thirty-five years a Banner, which,be peruses weekly' and, Mr, Chas. Pilllns, Mr. M. F. Black, among those present' were:' :Miss Mary & ; '

,
-' In slay 'capacity' Is a curiosity.- '.Ships. has -been 'doing, so-jvery -week" :; since Mr. -A. N. Goodwin, Mr Lloyd,, Mr. Smith, MIss' Irene Beck and Miss Knight Lang; tSuccessorsto :

leftRF9oridL-'He' to visitFlorida Tucker Mr. Frank ,Folks, Mr. J. N. Lucy Irvin, Mr,and Mrs. G. W. Stephens
t In the pub he" expects
which but. yesterjday were .
'' .
and ,Mr.- J. J.. ot MarteL Mr. Joe 'Hughens. %
l "thiswinterand If he does Bryan ,
( Standlev and
lie ejre.today. are' cast aside: The ; Co.,) \ .
.
'ovation if his friendsare Those who conducted the servicesof Mr.. William Dehon went up toOcala ... t I"
will be given an -
Te.'rth; first of the country's new
dvance'of his coming. dedicating and unveiling of the Saturday'on business.It .... ;;:
fleet, armored battleships. ., has. ai .notifiedIn ,
monument were:. Messrs. Gottleib, Is rumored that' this section will L ..'
retired and the "OlymplaVj DROWNED.
rea4yben ,' Professor Lanais Barbur! ,wife and Dame, Sage, Mathews and .Pilllns. probably' secure a rural free delivery t/ :; "

which, only a!few years'. ,ago as two children are the guests>of Mr. and Organizer Dame was flag bearer ,and mall system:The country over here Is f .... > ., ; ,-:.
Admiral Dewey'sflagshp, -"is'IOOked '
Mrs.: T; W.Trozler; .at tl.e r home In Artist Gottlieb was master of ceremo- quite thickly settled up and we are "T' ..

upon as one.of the.nation's- finest fife'ves I I the, third< 'ward. Professor= -. Barbur- has.. quite sure that this R.: F. D. route Want never stop, raining ? <, _' / :
se..II.lOOn to ;suffer similar \ nies.Rev.
a
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been .engaged in educational work in C. C. Carroll, who by requestwas would, pay. ( j f: ;. :
since she has fallen so far behind theo
west Florida for the-past three years. called to speak, spoke very, touch. Miss. Ethel Smith, we regret to say, Everything now covered with water. -
models as to be valueless for ,_ .
present ,
He has accepted a position ,as principal Ingly of the deceased Dr. W. E., Arm is quite unwell. She has been a suf. ': --* .. ,

active service;' Similar Innovations Kick but still it. rains .. ,. .,.
.of the Brooksvllle high school for strong. ferer with the fever for the last few and rains and. .1 '
sin with .
growing frequency .., ,
occupying and will to and Martel farmers _< ..t. f
the next two'terma, go Those Berlin "
= the spirit of naval iconoclasm days.Mr. In .
few farmers the 'rounds other places covers the Springs : f -: r
that city in a days. are up-to-now and hustling Arch McIver is on ,
which.Is abroad being confined not .
: This. Is a good farming section ,and with his threshing machine threshingout ;" i.

: alone to ships. The action of the enlisted HAD, AN ,AWFUL- TIME.' It is also a good stock section Hogs, oats for the farmers. Last Fridayhe While the Wekiwa Springs were never known 3 ,; : =

menof the navy in 'decldl 1g to \
:3 cattle and.goats roam.the.wild woods threshed out'tbe oats of Mr. M. P. < "> -' '
do away with the time-honored custom Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and At ,., ,
But time
always to be effected weather.. ,
in plenty." The smoke houses; are Frink. Mr. Frink Is' one of the most any by rainy
' of tattooing, marks another step, Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him. ,..._,1\ ,
well filled with :meats etc. You farmers of Berlin, and his <>
with the sha terinf of an ideal of It 'is with, pleasure that I give you thriving Reduced Railroad Rates, Round trip $2,75, good. .30<,days
will find country-made ,sausage In crib was full of oats, which took the
ti youthful fiction woven around the picture this unsolicited testimonial. About a on S. A.,L Railroad. ; ; .
some of these smoke houses ,from machine all day to thresh. r
-of "Bos'n Jack" with a double ago when r had a severe case ..t,
year January to January. While at Mr. and Jeweler Smith, of Ocala, and :Mr. J.
_ NIle on his chest and a fouled anchor of measles I got caught out.In a hardralnfc'anl
; Mrs.' M. P. Frlnks one day recentlywe J. Giddlngtf, who is the popular sta E.: C. Smith. C. V. RobertaSMITH
D each artn: Nowhere/lt seetni'doesthe the" measles1'settled In my
,
,
feasted upon some very delicious lon agent at Martel, were in our
old order change and give placeto stomach and bowels. I had .an 'awful '..
sausage made, here in Florida.Dr. midst In the Berlin section last Sun & EGBERTS.
the sew so steadily _and rapidly. f s time i and .had it not!been for the use \ <
BUtch and charming daughter f day afternoon. They were accompanied
to! the navy.Political of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera andDiarrhoea ,
3 I Miss Legie BUtch will leave .on ,next, by two Martel fair belles. '
Remedy I could not .have
Wednesday for the "Land of the Sky." ALBERT'' ANSON GRAHAM mi "

wiseacres In Washington possibly lived but a few hours longer, While there they will visit. Asheville, Funeral Directors Licensed Embalmers.)

have lone followed.thetmotto,\WatchOhio. but J thanks to thliremedy I am now LATEST METHODS. BEST GOODS. WORK GUARANTEED _
Worldof
N. C. The End of the
." In the opinion of well-posted and well. I have written' the orders ,
strong The Misses Ethel. and Mary, Smith troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe, Telegraph receive prompt attention and embalming done anyrrbw
'observers,. the Buckeye state is, the above through simple gratitude andI on short notice.
are entertaining Miss Lora Douglass, of Bear Grove, ) IJL, of all usefulness, 0
most reliable political barometer In shall always speak a good word '

Weountrr. Actuated, perhaps,by this medy.-Sam H. Gwin, 'Concord of Shady Grove.. Miss Douglass came came when he.,began taking Electric
for this
up Saturday. Bitters. He writes: "Two years'ago 1
belief, both parties, are preparing tom Gal For sale.by all druggists. O !Ll FURNITURE OMP NY" )

some of their heavy artillery in Miss Mary Kemp, of ..Martel Sliver,,accompanied Kidney' trouble caused me' great suffering

an Ocala party to which 'lwoud nev have survived .
the state during the coming campaign. At the last meeting of the Elks .
:Springs last Thursday on; a. pleasure had' I not taken 'Electric Bitters .
Several of the Otlo' ? &lleaden Messrs: R. ft. CaToi.'and T. H. Wal- '".
excursion. : They also cured me of General Uncle Sam's pawnshop was LP''S' OFFERED '
New York of
lave made pUjrimmajes to through the.mysteries .
,' Us were put, Miss Lottie Mills and her, cousin, Debility. Sure cure for all Stomach, several nights ago, and Quite a '
wd Washington 'during the s.tort, this order. ,Mr. S. T. Sist1 mk" who YOUNG
Miss.Lora'. Mills recently visited Mr. Liver and Kidney complaints, Blood tity of clothing and other
of cablofflcers annual meet- "
services th'e
bt to enlist the delegate to the all .
was request
1 and ,Mrs.. Thomas Mann at Webster, Headache Dizziness' and I the young par
: diseases, missing. No clue to -
leaden DriverColo.. submitted his .
,- ,_ and ot&r proslnest Inr at were how limited their
Fla. Many dainty little parties bodily decline. Price bers
Weakness or discovered though
; for the autumn campaigns, some report' of" the convention and it was was : ediwatlon, who wish, ;to ob -
gotten up in honor of these two pretty c. Guaranteed'b Tydings' drug have been furnished with
cers
5c
'' business
of.them, like'Senator Dick, stopping greatly enjoyed. He also presented to I training and

::0. for"purely social call" af Oyster' the Ocala, -, ,lodge an immense- ';' Berlin girls while in .sou h.Florida, store. scription ,of the goods, and lt1 n,, .to write by, ''FIRST

a eI oAeeordlng to one of theeeVvtsi': headfdbne on Elks' skin as 'L. 'ElkS-I and.they spent a very delightful time land,the guilty 'parties. our GREAT HALF' RATB. *
T *
and Mr. G. '
while there.. Dr Win Anderson .
-.ten who hu been spending a few nit: of the:Denver meeting, ,and I Miss Ernestine Brooks, of, Martel' ., Maughs have gone Dunedin... Clearwater Dr. S.-. IL BUtch ,and his ladependance and probabl
i here the ogidoo expressed tendered vote of thanks for this : "
a
was and her cousin. Miss Gertrude Bach : and St.-,, ete burg.an; _other daughter Miss ,Legie, left gl ranteed. delay.

!X U'lmraensely difficult to pre courtesy. elder, have returned'from:a visit with fishing grounds.In ,that, vicinity ,to for Asheville, N, C.. where ; :-* x

; the- result of the approaching Game' Warden's.,. Notice relatives at Gaiter, on the Withlacoq- spend ten ,days 'or' more fishing and spend several weeks. Their J"J"'c'H .'-J---.- BUS COLLEQE.M Macon.. Ga,*'

'" Is hereby given that:when Ghee' river otherwise. enjoying life. They, carried wish them. a pleasant sojourn. '_ Tf\ ?,
TB trouble iV he'said, that, the Notice Llddon ,Is, at home again .
Isekher'the -want. a:deputy; game:.warden 'Mrs. reetk ii persons
ittraetlBf Jmostattention;
.ot several weeks
absence ,
; trusts but appointed' the request, must ,be 'accompanied her trip 'to; Mars ah111e.. Ga. I and ample 'provisions and are anticipating 'Major.. S L C. .DePass, brother
tarif the .
_ : It nor ,with a.properly: signed petition v Miss Ethel Smith has returned from great sport. P. DePass, of Live Oak, was -. pent with her.slster.ir(
ordinarily
t oipul owiierafalp ..!in She a1
: ; I Gainesvine q
Lake
Grass near Archer
Address a,visit to.herauntlMrs.D. M Boney .. i In Saw ,
of reputable jerso 1L < '
', a 'te *l:Uwe. In 'the northern .. days act Worthlngton.
'I" 'C '.X ,McCRANET; at. Ocala. Summer prices;; how; prevail in ourgrovery. day afternoon.. With"'S;'friend
::,: ,' eta iAi:_.'"'T_ Je"sou\\ ? ? .grandmother Mrs
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tOn : Mrs j RBrookVhasTecenUy: sold will save out fishing, 'the ,boat > : ;
t1' ig'tl o iuii,,Us >8f bt; with i Gam 4 wardens. -Sta ,,FIa I ,departmentrw '
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., :" : ': : INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY : to have his;name':used,ihasipledged, i that' Mr. Brown,would receive'a:very : properly prepare a .progres for -

-i ,.' DOINGS ,AT THEtI -w!. 'SHCOOt ASSOCIATION V : $3OOO\&J'e&rto'tOyer.; salary. and expenses cordial' welcome ;Japan. The' Palestine :this meeting 'a program committee ; a

MEETS.AT WINONA:; of a wqrkerin-this departmentLast asoclatlon-- organized In 'Jerusalem 'has been ':appointed, of which W N.

year 13,033 state county and district in 1904, at the ..world's fourth ,Hartshorn of .Boston, is chairman.

'. STATE CMIT AL.I' Special to the Ocala Banner: Sunday'achOo conventions were convention, asked that worker be 'The committee voted to hold its an :: :

: : Winona Lake. Ind?/.Aug. 13, :1906; held, and','the, International secretary sent to the Lavant for some months nual meeting Louisville In the f*; /=

i _Sunday School leaders from all} les have given(3,102 addresses in various prior to the Borne convention, and o- 3907.. [ '..

parts of. the United States .and. Cana parts of::the field. 'A most hopeful pledged "J125 ,towards expenses. This Perhaps the:.most important action

sign in the work is found in the report..was L responded to by the 'commlttej of the week has been the creation of ;
.
'
( ; Ttwt 1 Am Candidate da representing the bible study:.inter .
Sty
Doift a for over! fact that the *Sunday :schools are and the money 'was'raised to three new international departments :
ests of more than 14,000,000 people'bare !
giving more attention: than ever be send & man in .harmony with the of, work. ,., the. Adult. Temperance and 'I 1
been in session at Winona durj '
; J
-.nor" Stys 'Conjnissipner) BHtch-Supreme\ ing the week closing Sunday afterj' fore I to the.appUcaU n'of'i missionary need as expresed. Intermediate. 11=: t2-i
information and inspiration in :the Mr. Hartshorn, chairman of the A secretary of the Adult department '?j
noon with a great mass meetnig, adi
studies. transportation -committee, 'announced will be selected, at once by the 1
Court: djourijs' for Siimnjer} Vacation.Tallahassee. : dressed by Justice Maclaren, :of On;; 1
: V that the steamer. Romanic 'of the central committee which W. N. Hort-
.t .
tario H. C. Gibson, of California,'Revj These are some of the featUres 'ID' ,
,
White ''Star Line would leave New shorn is chairman and the other d-; .!
i- the noted"'by Secretary Law :
H. Beauchamp, of Arkansas, Rr. Frank progress
-. .. A ur. 1L-The death for, he will make' recordbreakingrace rence. Mrs. Mary 'Foster Brynor York, April 27, 1907 for ,the 'convention partments will conducted: for the' '.V : .
Woodbury, of 'Nova Scotia and Prof.! ..
r .at;Panacea;Springs.last week of Mr.Edwin when_ he does run.I H. M.JM'amm. Tennesee.. general field .worker; Mrs. J. Wood? and that, several hundred had present by committees as follows:
already indicated their' intention of Hon. Justice J. J. Maclaren, of Toronto .
F, Duke'removes a well-known The executive committee of the International ] bridge Barnes, 'prtInarY"- e retary; reported
have refrained from speaking of going to the convention.The ,. Canada will be chairman of
for their fields. Mrs. W. C
Tallahassee. Mr. Duke .Sunday School Asociation ,
figure from
the,, young Lochinvar of the guberna : international convention will the Temperance: committee and Frank -
Merritt the International worker of
which has been engaged in conduct .
-l had be x' connected with the Tallahassee i torlal campaign that is to come ou'tof ing the meetings is a representative the northwest presented 'the needs of be held in Louisville, in June 1908, L. Brown, of, New York!!, of the Intermediate

<. hotels more than twelve yearsand : west Florida simply because I body of 96 Christian'business' pro- this great'field,and reported that Ore. and already a> general committee of department committee.

'E ,. had an extensive acquaintance ,.*ink :it is too early 'to take things feslonal men-deeply interested In gon would soon put a' scretary at 27 persons i prominent, business men, The creation of these new departments '

seriously the papers are so full of whom Judge Stites, is the -chairt evidences the committee's ap-
workand ttfe British northwest
.with the traveling public. ,For years Sunday School work. Sixty-nine stateq!
of. mention .of him. tn' connection withthe man, are at work making'. plans for pre'iaiton of the .needs of advanced
V half
to 'do' likewise. One
( he assisted Mrs. .Lamb in, the management provinces and territories in the Unit< was ready'
: 'race, that I can never blame myself what promises to' be the largest con, methods and work in the Sunday
of the needed "1,200 has been
ed States Canada Mexico Cuba Por a"year'
,
;
of the St James, now the for his boom .
launching .
prematurely. vention. of the. international series: school realm.McMillan : i
? to Rico Central America and the Is raised for the inter-mountain V secretary .. -
; Bloxham'hotel. After Lamb
Mrs purr For months his name has been ''
lands of the each have mem for, Montana, Idaho Nevada and
sea, a
:;
Leon continued'with
chased he
the whispered from one end of the stateto
her In this committee, and the body Utah: The committee took the mat
;' ". her in its, management ,until she the other as the strongest .man in '
r it and Mr. J D.Hutchison meets once to year to plan for P..ogres ter under consideration and in fiveminutes
leued to Mr.Duke- ; Florida for governor. I scarcely need Bros.

; ., ; ,About a :year ago Mr. say that I refer to Hon.A.. Jennings In organized Sunday School :en, raised' 'money-for the-employ- I .
.. ment of the Inter-mountain secretary: I
r deavor. The thirty or more evangelical *
Hutchison'bought Mr. Duke's Interest of Pensacola.

in ;the. lease. Since that time he has Without disparagement to any"man denominations'which they represent Canadian representatives promised to Southern Copper Works
have 'Schools take care 'of the secretary of 'the
155,000 Sunday
been 'engaged in farming, until quite whose name has been mentioned for ; ,: .

; recently, when he"'became,.agent for the office, for they are a fine set of Soo,ooo officers and teachers and more'than British northwest '

life.insurance His death; men 'I that is 14,000,000 members. The work 'among the 8,000,000 'negroes Manufacturers'of.Turpentine Stills
;: a ; company. ,assert there not. a man
which occurred suddenly,', Is"'said .to in; Florida :whose ''nomination. would ,BY' reason of, the fact that the of the south was. reported by and .General Metal Workers.
world's Sunday school'committee is Hon. 'N. B. Broughton, of Raleigh, N.
ofk
have been. caused by an"ov rdo e' please as many of the.people of Florida Ii.Old
made of the who C. chairman of the International subcommittee
largely up men' are
paregoric.; as would his. If he has a single '

Mr.;:,Duke had many fine traits of redeeming fault I have never been in sesion at Winona-it may be _said and: by Dr. J. E. Shepard, Stills taken'in exchange for new ones., Patching

". character and a kindly heart, and his able to hear of it.. At the risk:-of cre that the great meeting which was atDurham. N. C.., field superintendentof through the country a specialty. Orders by mall or _

w ? : friends throughout the state ;regret sting a prejudice against him, I say brought to a close Sunday has a fieldas the work'among the negroes. Dr. wire will receive prompt ,attention at either of the

E thud ending 'of his life that. Some one, speaking of him a wide as the wold of civilization, Shepard spoke of the deep. needs of following'works .. :
for the world is being rapidly extended his and said 'that f 1,350 a : :
.f 1. : few days ago said: "His face is likea' people < .
o "' At the-Leon, 'the,homelike rendezvous big old family clock-genial and to all parts of the globe and during, year would pay for the support of '
N. C. < SAVANNAH ,
the week, the committee 'voted unanimously three additional negroes 'foe"state FAYETTEVILLE _. OA
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of Florida politiciana.and ,which honest. Mr. Jennings is a great big

f,." .,. I : has'' sheltered mar.distinguished, per; magnificent,man whose mind and soul for _expansion-and provided secretaries, the state providing the J JACKSONVILLE FLA 'MOBILE ALA

-.: "t- rouges than any other Florida.hotel) are 'proportioned to' his 'body.'The Intense the money for development in South rest of,, the amounts *needed. He cited V V
for America. Japan the ,West, Indiesand Alabama; Texas and Tennessee as V T ]
one has excellent opportunities earnestness and honesty of"the
? keeping with the latest gossip the Levant. ripe for: the work The interest of
; up man are expressed in every look and SHOES I
affairs. Mr. William M. Hart hoIIL. of Boston the committee. .was ,so thoroughly
about Florida Scarcely a day gesture. He is big and broad .in every
_ chairman of the International aroused tha.t.It only a few
required
without the ,
passes: some arrival of note, meaning of the terms and sentiment '

jVV and when tha-day is;A one it is pleasant .torhimis, growing daily almost committee has presided at the interesting minutes. secure .the ?1,350, ,and the
the close of will be selected. We / Save You On
session and at workers : can. Money
,, .to sit on theDrotdrrerandaand| . :: to,, a. demand.: Will-he become aca n fit
talk politics vita distinguished lmei, date< !J'That.ls: }] a question he has not a week .of conference and work. he Five ,members having pledged In I '

for.it II'mostly politics one"'hears at yet been able to answer himself. If declares the meeting to have been the aggregate 1,000 .to place a. general -

.; the Leon.. The atmosphere is never he does, it will mean'a great sacrifice epoch making In its character and results *, secretary. .in the West Indies, to Shoes for the Entire Family

'. cleared of .it from legislature to leg of personal interest, for. he is one of and the most notable in its con give half V this time there,and,the test V

..'-< islature., r the busiest men 'In, Florida but he is tributiona to.a forward.movement.for to South 'America-,and.,Newfoundland, .

What 1 a.heady intoxicant it is, especially a young man, and the honor is very Sunday 'schools in the; history of the the committee',of which Frank Woodbury V Call 'on Us. .

'for a 'woman, 'and* when it alluring.I International, Association. of, Halifax N." S., .is, chairman. .

gets in the blood there ''is1 no, 'getting used to wonder why men would One. day wa.devotedtoa.survey, of will Immediately look for.the,man for I

I 1 it' the continent wide field, as shown in the place. The report of this'commit .. -
oat make the sacrifices so many do for an W. J Chambers Shoe

t: Easily the most interesting figure office. It hardly seemed worth: whileto the reports of. the active officials. tee was one .of the most interesting Company/

} z ,at the Leon lut week wu the governorHli me, but I went to,toJacksonville last The most notable of these presenta features of the week. "

= ''fIm111lire. still at Fort October to see President Roosevelt, tions was that of Marion Lawrence,of Several. changes, in the officiary of r k

I George, and in their ,absencehe, hast then ,I understood..A :wave ft enthusiasm Toledo, Ohio, who for seven.years has the committee were ,made-: Dr.. ,Qeo. {3 ri

boarded here., He has the most remarkable ,'.magnetism-an Intangible some- led the.Sunday school forces of North W.. Bailey of 'Philadelphia after;pre f

;store of anecdotes that I thing that is beyond adjectives to describe -America as ,general secretary of the senting .his. annual ,report,*s -..International' j 1

ever met 'with; he. is always iln a swept over the waiting crowd association.Mr. treasurer, showed V receipts; of

.food humor and, ,entertains ',us with and lifted us above .ordinary emotions Lawrence assured the committee -; 128,643.76 :and .expenditures amount .

_ Browardesque'stories:.' that' never I.fail and ;:we felt the greatness of the that the year just closed showeda ing to J27.972.57/during the yearpre-

V to affiuse., At dinner last Sunday' Mr man and the sacredness of' his posi decided advance upon all ,others, sented his' resignation as treasurer.

Wofce., bridegroom ,prospective, bore tion. Every heart yielded involuntary and that while. he could report ,much J After' much solicitation he consentedto

the,.brunt of, our united .rallery. The tribute to.,the man and all he stood -"and the reports, will beall gratify act.as assistant treasurer; and Mr. FJ

x governor then told us tbt'a man.naturally for. 'Then I understood, and turning lug, the most and the best of'the work F. ,A. Wells,,of cnlcago. was selected -F

< was nervous when he was about to someone.; near me I said,'"It is done by the faithful. workers is known International treasurer, serve, until

to get married. "When I was marriedto ,worth a million dollars of any man's only on high,.and will not be.revealed June 1908. Tofu the vacancy, caused 1c

By present wife I was so nervous money to be what he is today in the until the last great day, when we are by the death of'Hon..N. T..Arnold, of

I could not y ft t' on my gloves/' he hearts of'aJeoplei" gathered about our Father's, Throne." Btdgeway, Pa.. Rev.,Alexander, Henry y

,said-It was Just:like trying to 'put There are 193 persons,officially em-: P. D., secretary of'the'board of,publications

oa ,wet socks-they stuck ,and would The ,supreme court has adjourned ployed in .the conduct of this work of the Presbyterian church: F

,not go on. I had a negro manservant for. Its summer, vacation. ,It will con Including sevn international field was chosen district-representative' on i4

WV V helpteg'me to dress. Finally, we' tore vene October" 9th. The court adjourned workers.: Mexico has been fairly committee ,to represent District No.2, w

the.top 08 one glove pul1nr.,1:1on placed upon its feet with a native general (4
: ]with; a*,clean d6cket. Every crimi New York, New Jersey Delaware, .. ,
When I went out someone.sald'"Cap-, dal'case appealed i has been decided, secretary devoting his full time, Maryland Virginia. West Virginia and I; V

tab Broward looks well with his'silk and but .one' civil case is left over and the cry of the nortwest has been District of Columbia s1

bat on." "'Oh Captain always wears that antedates the present term. heard and the international worker One of the Important actions of the

: silk hat when he married. has been located there the West Indies
J V a gets Several of the justices will go out committee was to reaffirm the declaration t -
and the island of Trinidad have
swered the darkey. of the state for the vacation. Judge made i Ii at Clofton, .Mass., :Aug.
been opened up, as a result of an that
Parkhill left Saturday to join Mrs. 1905 by the Central Committee,
; Mr. J. Emmet Wolfe has been named Parkhill and family in Maryland, eight week's cruise. during the winter the International Committee main:

: by Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher by Sunday school experts, .and the
as one where their little'son has been since talus f impartial co-operative relations r '
school standard has been FOUR .SAILINGS EACH WEEK
of ten delegates to represent Floridaat Sunday plac-
last fall for ,treatment for some spinal with, and is loyal to Dr. a R.V.Black- .
the reception to Jlon. William J. ed in South America, at Demarara. \ '..,
'who
trouble all was -
; Judge Hocker ,has gone to Philadelphia, representing -
} Bryan at New York August 30th. Mr. Atlanta, and will go,to Virginia later I Hawaii has definitely organized under. 22 denominational'publishing BETWEEN. :

Wo1f;'. appointment is. extremely appropriate Judge and Mrs.'WhUfield are planning I the international plan with having houses in the country.The Jacksonville} and New: York

as he was a delegate to to go to the mountains for the periodof added one or ,more field workers; 3 committee took up,many lines .
the national convention at Kansas state secretaries have been employed i -.
City negro. .
r- the missions
his vacation. Chief Justice Shackle I of work endorsed -study of

that nominated Mr. Bryan for president ford and ,Judges Taylor apd Cockrell, I and six other states are ask- outlined by Mr. Harry Wade : Calling' 'Charleston, 8, CJ, both'ways. 1

and a member of the notification understand; willremain: here for the !lug for negro workers; Ricks,;of Boston, who represented the THE FINEST Bimsfflps nt THB. COASTWISE, SERVICE. .
committee. Mr. Wolfe has to i The home founded by
arranged department
,
present 'Judge Mabry, clerk: of the I Young People's Missionary Movement
s, Include .attending Mr. Bryan's reception Dr. W. A. Duncan, shows remarkable .--- ..
,
court has gone to Virginia for his I and gave 'an.mtereting: address -during
In bit wedding Journey. ,growth, reporting 433492 members in
holiday. the meeting. The'.committee Tot THE ;CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN {
Attorney General Ellis will also at 11.891 departments. a .gain'f 1378 liNES ..
When I ,first came to Tallahassee I ed to apply to congress for an act of
tend; he was named by Mr. Browne .departments and 29.000 members in FREIGHT, BETWEEN 't
was so ,awed by the traditional dig incorporation.
u a delegate, and was also invited I'one year. Fifty thousand Sunday Jacksonville_,' Boston.and Providence j V
nit that surrounded the supreme court Though a little early for consIderation -
by the Plan and committee to school teachers teach-
Scope taking
ar* the
that' I ,scarcely dared to life my eyes the international convention of and all Eastern Points. i
be on the committee. Mr er's and the
reception : training courses, summer '
;. when .in the presence of even; a part 1911 was broached by representatives Caning ti harleston Both ;' 4
Ellis and ..Dr. Lamar. medical schools have ways :
supervisor throughout the country t
of It, but living in daily contact'with from CaUtornia.'who desire the, 13th <
of state convicts, were among increased in numbers and efficiency. 'SEMI-; EEKLY, SAILINGS.. /
the great one loses and gains Loses trennlal international meeting to be .
the prominent mea seen in the Leon The International bible reading association i I

lobby last night It is understood that the foolish idea that'men, in those with 9,100 members, shows an located for there. Los Angeles put In Sntttn&i W...........;.:........_..........'.........................+... rrom:Ltwlt':Wirt ftl I I0u4..cid
position! are different from the species a bid the meeting and San Francisco ,

Mr. Bills. 'Is among the number being ,-and gains in knowledge that advance during the year of nearly 200 followed with!an' equally euthusias-- \ ... .... ;.........froa. fort otattobi Street, JuttcilTiD/ u.
persistently butted by gubernatorial cent.
instead.- )learned per tic invitation for that which : .1
they are g n1al. Interesting city, S
bees. I lave not heard him The International Lesson Committeehas
personally t Johns River i Line.Between .
.
V and companionable gentlemen they declared would rise bigger ;and ,, .
oa the subject but I observed and for the .
prepared ready pub
with an utter lack of ostentationor better than ever In,a-few years.
tut he sat and took notice when lisher .
up an optioned advance course of
false dignity.A Special attention was given the
the matter of candidates for governor lesson-and it is noted that with, the Jacksonville and Sanford I
striking friendship among the jus committee to the two great movements -
is BJtatloned.. Southern Baptist Seminary Louisville Itonbr it PaUtta, litsr Bireslarl
tices exists between the youngest 'to take 'place In ,the Sunday ( SeUai) sad IsterasJir.e
Ky., leading the way by creating a tu41p'ou St. Johns Eirw. .
member Judge Cockrell. and Chief school during' the coming two years, ,
Doftt say that I am a candidate school chair and Prof.B. -
Sunday placing
Justice Shackleford. So inseparableare the. world's fifth convention at Rome, Steamer =
of
for governor." said Senator BUtt, a'' .. H. H. Dement in It, theological City Jacksonville tit
they that they are calle4 in Tal-- Italy in 1907 and the twelfth international .. ;
t.u ,
few days "Just wait and let Christian appoIa. ; 8Siur! : JS Jackaaayllia *&. .
ago.
meat seminaries and schools 'are : >enept Saturdc",, 1 F'V :;
lahassee 30
mdDJlcac SaattQ
Damon and Pythias. Daily at Louisville Ky.. in 1903. duly xtqt Snadaya at :
no L m.
;
if I taD make good railroad -
a Com giving more attention to the Sunday
.
they ,may be seen leaving the oapitol Dr."Geo. W. Bailey, of Philadelphia,
IIl lacer first" And u some one else School than before. Vanderbilt
together, forever V seemingly engagedin ever Pa., chairman of/the :world's executive Soodi8. .iBdRttd 'SCHEDULE' ,
Jeteed the group known u the "Go,- 0.waUTt N rth>Batts4
the discussion of 'some,topic of absorbing university, Nashville Tenn. and the committee ,said the convention Read a,
..
"':'J eaor PuWr1when governors are -
; interst to thmselves..A Christian college It Lexington, Kjr., will'be held in Rome,.May.20-23.1907. -----r
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aq I1'M.4.b1M you wait. I said "Mr. 3 JO P. m "11 :. ...,_.kswrttU 10_ .
friendship like'theirs betweenmen will soon"follow. DurIng.the past year and that plan.are :In ,progress 'for! a S 45 p. m. -.._, --......'."t"...__ .', .,:. _....... Leave a lie a.a .
t w. .
sayi be jatt won't be governor I, CIa a.m. i OQ p a, ,
'Aator
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Is a beautiful, thing.. more: money' has, been received by gathering of the forces'from'allpartsof :.e __............. ...-St. _."._' __.,_, __,__ a J SO t- ;";':', '
Aw
z;1 wtat are we seW to do about that r Attire L a. ,.. ....... I OQ : .
jo .
Suderf .. ..
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'
JEFFERSON than the usual annual 'The: rld'l?committee .
BELL $6,000 average the globe. ... s-
"Now; b't jay that-! won't be torefter r 0 M_a. m. ..=.:.,.. .....w....;..;;;-.aaterp .. "'_ ..-_-_ .. 9 se a..r.. "'
,.. to OQ a.a .
1 ,
In the' history of the original Sunday will inaugurate the -work Japan'at -

mr. .dent,'. mind you saying The Woman'aome Mission', S Glety. school work. A 'phenomenal Interest an' early date, and Mr.' 'Frank L. ,Qsnsrat Psssen9 er.and,Tick_ -stOEfie,122 ,Wet Bey .at .- ; t.
I WHY 1I dt. a 'food governor, ,but The Woman's ; Jaeks4avillt
Homer Mlsion
Society and 'growth has taken"place ,in the Brown, ofBroklya, 'N; Y.. has consented i
I &t to-see.BOW If I'can ,make a of the Methodist .
,
church will Adult Bible Class ..Movement. and a to 'go to "Japan-; representingthe "
P. I.o .
r ', food stud -. ..m'nloaer.So.'thatastM'ttat meet In the church at.tOUf' o'clock call is fora 'new .department; secretary committee. 'to organize; national W.9-COOP FiR Je oNoat.1L. A.It't.. G 1" Pau.ABtittu.5rast&ySt ,Jl JoaviI1e.II1.. .I
Mr. .. ,his '" Fe*of Iackwavia.FU.VfitU SapertsteBieBt,
win put Bob a street
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Friday atternoonat.WhichUme: it ,is who will his : 'the foundations.Mr. .
aid
,' give entire-time to committee, lay: AC.B&GUY'Gea'i Sut'n Paw.AftV.Vew York. &YCB .
-:..1.V to MM'Mare :tec : ; DtiTfi'i Gu.1. It .
years.wW hoped 'there, will be' pr't Rat, 'f.
.
.ft. present a large V the.work. One, man, not a member. of I Mltto ofJapanwho; 4s4ierefora THEO Q.-- EQER, Viee' President .and Qsn tia.t.Manaa.rV
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V \"'. doing; meibership.V... the committee and who-doea act wish j few dayivta to t.- ared>&. committee- Q.n.ralOff5wPi rS North Riveiv, ,-Bransh SQpEread e ,- w.y, New York

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;}( ;- Po11y,.. the dell :kno n ',What Will the Committee Do7 NOTICE,OF MASTER'S; SALE. NOTICE ,OF APPLICATION FOR -
2 BtlI&T1ew'mlU'; {: man\,- waa # -
,, ,in this city' Monday.,, !mittee C of the state :democratic exe -Notice Is hereby given that"un LAND.. ; ,
virtue of that 't'
and by fi
certain '
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''f";:i"oO' -. floe committee: will take any decree rendered 'on the 28th 'day Notice; 'Is hereby given .that on.'the Jcg13gS s'D GO To Best

Mrs, Charles Mathews:wen down:' to ,with,, -reference--""'" to the voting, ,...for. July A,D., 1906,..by the,Hon\ W. S. 15th. ,day. ..' <:of..,'September, A.D."".., 1906, I lite .
;Catidlei. Tuesday ,afternoon tct" ytsit against;:-the proposed amendments judge" of the circuit :=court will apply .to the 'ifcaiuf Joseph. HFBell

' : in and for, :Marion'c unth Jn "
: da,, promInent, among. which* Is in that laU, county,,;state] of F1ori.d at hia
/ :
certain causepend*
.f '
;. -i'j hundred gold moulded records amendment:familiarly known as wherein .Clty 'ot Ocala is cpm- office:In 'city;; of}Ocala;:fia said,couaty; aPesIP1aoe !

;e'S: drainage amendment," will not Jbe' for.an order. authorizing; me ,_.as:'guardian -
inant C.,
,; ii i juSt: in I Genuine:gold moulded at;:25c : and 'w Morse, Jr /is-der
termined ..until .the meeting .of the -of the"prlnorheh-S'of,the'estate
; Ocala Furniture Co. undersigned special mas; .
Think of ftj > :x
..' '- :': ... -. campaign&., early : : appointed to/execute the said:de of Green Gattisi'deceased,.,'to sell1atprivate .
:L 6,, ? ;-- *."."'' will, on; : ; T'j sale '. >
ber;. tKejfollowingjpropertyelongingf ;
.-, .;blr,,,A.,P* StuckYf"preidentotth! r G" r the 3rd f day of September, : "! and Drinkables .
"
:: ,Gainesville &.Gait raUway, ;was..:among. .. State Democratic..' Chairlnan3D;: : ,'A-: D 1906. ',."'\ t- ,' fo' said. "-.f.estate. -;'.'to-witT..- L t, } """
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Fletcher gill Ja ksO eetV southibyflftysix *
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visitors to- the.- -Brick leave the legal.hours oi sale7"atthe thirty,- twe! f north*and : rabfeCM
;: 4 f prominent
: City-Monday, August 23 for New York, where door of the court house feet east and. west In the are as Clean *and .Pure as : ;

y'a goes to represent the democracy Ocala' Marion county, Flor- southwest""corner of Lot four (4) In -- -ij .

-'" -Ir- Justin Ogle and family of Florida as a member of the (the. same being the build-, Block twenty-eight (28) new survey Pure Food could

_- atee county, are guests of Mr. that will officially receive the now. occupied by the clerk of the south of the town (now city) of any aws '

max,: and'Mrs. I. W. .Ogle at their home on guished Nebraskan. Legal 'Court and other county of Ocala, situated lying beinff'In,tfie

:Uorth Magnolia street. requires'' ii retunf to 'this clt'y< ce of: Marion ihevbigrnesljaiid county,| erJfor sale ctty.ofOcala, !Clarion'tou ty,') ortda; imagine them:to be. '
sell :
to
;t'YI... September's shortly; a,terjhis!! dd r best nd'is owned| iri[ fee sSiple ''Evefena

,-X.-palr of our White House shoe turn:he, will probabry*calf property fopcash, to-wlt the.following? *describ" '' Gattis and is-iianl,,Gattis, minor heirs Our establishment has ::

r, will ,make your feet glad. New low of the state campaign committee.. South one-half of northeast quarter of the said Green Gattis, deceased. '<*,<# ,
quarter styles: Jus In? for men and
'. men., The .Fair. s. The state democratic executive north one-half of southeast quar Said land belonging to the estate of '
of block "J" of Alredd's Addition been refitted .
J$? mittee has left all the details for said Green Gattis, deceased to be sold according to ;
4 Mfr:, Albert Anson Graham, of Conaarwas Ocala, Marion county Florida, ;or -
regularelection in the hands of : much thereof as may necessary to the best interest of said minor

: In the city Tuesday on: his campaign committee, of which ; : satisfy said decree and costs. heirs. 1 Sanitary Measures and the
.way nome from a visit to relatives at ,
: JOSEPH BELL,
Fletcher js'also' chairman. of
This : This 16th day August, 1906.

Berlin.. mittee has comparatively little Jto 1 Special Master in. Chance. I'f. % I MATTIE F, McCLARY, I '
it
.. ;E BIGGS, | only thing in remained .
Misses Clifford and Catherine. ,Pyles, 1n the general election, beyond ; | jComplainant's. SQlicit r. rr JB-3, J _J 8-17.); Guardian. ;
? ing the county committee in -- .. '

*P 1**? e the;young daughters of Mr. and Mrs. out the full vote unless it OF APPLICATION OF 'FOR SALE Lot near Ocala containIng "Old and Matured"are,_ .. our ..
'*SR-,- went to Lake Weir I .
Pyles, down LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S I '
". hand either for or against any or two acres of ground, an abundance .
Monday. afternoon to spend a few of the amendment.- INTEREST IN REAL ESTATE. of fruit trees; one horse, one [ ) -

days;with frineds. It will be remembered that .Notice is hereby given that on thethrdayrofSeptember wagon, buggy and harness 17-acre 'WIiiskiesVlines 1 Beers.Our
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sS v the' last' :.consUtntl D. f.-'1UII ,, 1906...J.will.'ap-. crop..corn;;,foucheadcattle. hoss.'and. .
'JudgeV.. A.. Hocker, of Tallahassee: to the Honorable
< 5. -.-, were to be voted for, the state Joseph Bell goats pinders, peas and cotton. Ad.
-::: is' ending a few days in Atlanta Judge in and for Marion coun-
> committee made dress Daniel Paul Ocala Fla.. 7-13-8t '.
paign an active ; of
1' state of busi
Florida at his office in
.' 'with'relatives after which he will go vass in ''favor ofjhe,... amendment ..in said county, for an order au. ',;", ,, "'" ,_, ,i .. way .doing
., ,l: iO: Virginia for several weeks. of the minor ,.: .., ,
ing the maximum valuation for me RI:! guardian ; .li -: :;;
:t;:! -- to-wit Cornelia Olivia Stro- f i n I, is the
from Svc : ness same courteous
'' purposes mills ;|o s < _
.-"' .f' the,' First Christian. church in mills:'At that time this was the ) to sell the following propertyelongirig .-. -' -,.---.-' r.-.----.-'..- --" ..."'.. --"
Jacksonville Sunday night ,Miss Pansy to said infant to-wit:
p4 A.D-FDL!, SR., L. F. BLA 1O Ct
one of the proposed amendments One Undivided one-fifth interest inlock and appreciative mode
SouTer who is visiting. relatives in ;UI.E & BLALOCK. we .
numbered .forty-two (42) Old
4that, city, delighted -the congregation passed. -,

fiwith a beautiful 'violin solo."We.Jiave Interest this year centers ), of Florida the ,city said of lands Ocala. belonging Marion Over Maim_ & Cbaaibliss Dentists.-Bank Ocala FaT / have employed for and
larly fin the "drainage years
the 'estate of W. J. McGrath, de-

;: .reduced 'the prices on all which has become the great st eased*, to be sold for.the best inter- SBIGGS,_ : ':;.: '::: :':;

& 'slimmer dry goods.- Inspect our stock issue.: Press, matter and circulars st of said minor child. /, ATTORNEY-AT.tAW." :.. any favors bestowed uponus
\ 10 1906. .
and. Ing this have been August' i \,.. i
.get our prices. We can sate yon on question
JAMES N. STROBHAR, (Office tn Gary-lgnew Block.) '
.,money. The' Fair. xCol. lated throughout all Florida, and 8.11 Guardian.. OCALA. FLORIDA, will receive strict and '

.J;. ; 1 eral debates notably that between <

'. Nlc .Barco.of t Crystal River Hon. John S:. ,Beard and of'Final Dis EDWIN SPENCER.. !

Dr85' ,one} of' the most genial and pleasant N. B. Broward areuyet to be had. charge. ATTORNEY-AT.LAW: 1 j prompt attention. .: .

'citiiens of ,that place, and father of election time the voters of Florida Notice is'Ifcreby."given"' that on the \JCALA.3y.*; FLORIDA ,

'c". '..Mrs. Walter Bishop'of this city. was be familiar'in. e every waywith: ; he. th day of November" A. v-1906-.the:, '.... ',' y:.' Our constant aim is':- WoPlease. f
igne4. admlnictrator the>es- : CH.&SE.
; :,) : /:
? >
iir:Ocala Jilonday. v posed amendments.', ;and their: ; of'John W. Randall;; deceased." ..willreent.to J-tf \ '- '% > "j-. 11

: and thereiRill be pomparapTely' Hon.Jolepa'Bell; Coun- k/. ,;.. i DENT fi lt i '
." the trouble with people who lay for the campaign committee to do.Until y Jude of Mation county, Florida 'f OcA1.A< 'FL Try us- and be :"con-
final .
I. : final acounts and make .settlelement ,
:\ something by for a rainy day is thattbeys the meeting next month, and apply for: his final dis L. 8ISTRUNK', > '. '

_:{t.\ :: }eem, to:take such delight.in see- ever, no prediction, can I be made as administrator P. T. RANDALL.-of the said CARLOS vinced. : :;

:5" 'Ing"other people out in the wet-Ex. to the probable action of the of Estate of John W. ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.Room _
..'y 4c!" 1 Randall, Deceased. 4. Ma.*iiic. Building; fJ1 '
'1' -< tee with reference to any of the .
.! Fl \:. :May; S, 1906. 5-'-Gm Respectfully yours _
., Mrs..A.J: Leavengood and daughter posed amendments.-Times-Union. "

Ollie' arid .Mrs. J. W, Perry and ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. lVEIi(and} :ui iJ LA1
,
,
'J'i', : tighter 'Zelda, returnedMonday Remedy for Diarrhoea. Never ', "Jt.-4'. n 'f' q ,;' STEAUS CO.
'" &
; ,
5 ::.a: visit to relatives in. Manatee to Fail Creditors, legatees, distributees, x
.
f) '-,+county.. "I* want to say a'few words all persons having claims or de 1 "
.... .' against the estate of Henry .
... -. Cnamberlajn's Colic, Cholera and : Spooner, deceased, are hereby 1 Wholesale .andjRetail 1 Liquors '
a. wee have reduced the prices on all arrhoea Remedy. I' haveued
Ied upon and required, to present Ii ,
$-'
.
f-h a !gt nor prices. We can save-you five years and, hav Com r"J ,trat6r e cRhin two years;:from; the :'\ .
'of .1 L."a
: .
ti itaouey. The Fair. .x to a'number,of. people in Yolk $Qr; ttefirstpublicationof" this :t 'q \ ;, ,? ery.1 \-same wili >e-barred n 'T L' .
.n DIRiC.4VBiz.Tt --- .
and have, never tiuio rn itlto theSstatrites of limitations n "%.- "'. ,,,,' T----------------Q- --- ;';
{ i E' i, H., A. Ford has, returned home --. -. ,
effect ,a cure in any Instance. I HENRY G. SPOONER : -- -- .: : :-", -, -- -- -.
er'. an, 'absence Of. several montnsagylacaugua I not too for to the estate of Henry '
that. can, say much Ha VH a fall stock of Coffins, Caskets
}.'.: l", Ala. looking, after his best remedy foe kind in the T Sponer. and Burial Outfits. Special given. to We Never Disapjoint :0111 Patents
Fla 10 1906. 8-11-St
F. ,,18fJ'ble'interests., For the past sev- -S. Jemison, Spring Grove August Burial services. ,
Edal w. Fulfill Every Premise Vy Myna Hold hi Rifle ....
weeks'in company with.Mr.. Edw. to Order .
:t : County, Pa. This remedy is. for Embalming
ADMINISTRATOR'S! NOTEt WE luletv.re wltkout U. ksU orbeafUM4 TwiMcctj1..
'-JJfetii! ;,, ;of, Sylacaugua, Mr. Ford has by all druggists. W ; 8 'Y' g., '\.4 W C CURE pain or deteption' teem buiatwt CeatajioM' Bt* d
J ,Inl fiev York City on business. "i' sand surer. to msra,without IIUNV1 or slnuat rnurtarel LAM elMY :
Notice Is.&erei'Stteasto aUtors .-e ed-
; i PttorPodtdrelyearedi nmtimstautbst
"..; Errors of Speech. legatee.g.tdistributeeC &and.l all Jer Burnet? TIle iff.&XM%CBiVViCB(%rfv.UP Ktt ID.tI"Uoa 4'-9e "
Vitas!, Jessie Palmer who has been. having claims against the ]tan o{UM.utt 01 Georgia lor Ua ._ IU..I cart of
The newspapers in Georgia and lIerfouattd0llr0l1041t.uea. Dr. K. L Kin' at
t- i :-tfee?lovely. guest of Miss Pauline Sul- I : of Robert E. Flinn, deceased f 1 WI wt.as.tiOa.II Ueh1 f oomlllVqeet t,0 j
; nessee are dicussmg the errors the to the Merchant fc7 a lUfl rt emmll1&pkliclaaull4. *. '
undersign-
present same
) vAnrfor, the past two months, left 'found 00IOM6H ttt tiHtment etraue & un to*_..
; speech now so frequently within one year from date hereof, /ed; w.IM botii' medical aId.1
afternoon her home at St.
for .
( } aday
< : ,, Oar OmC/!eat qnlpptd with ctrfCUEf.
the It is said that
her newspapers. authenticated. II J| a te*.x fl1.Tl I.t rsy.and .
of
Pe ershq much to the
regret
: t .
Tai1ring.' CIIItrtYUOIbon&0 medical pr taaJoli. R
errors are now more frequent ethl
1906. 3$ ,.
,many friends here Ocala Fla. July 'c' modern ta awry rupee" and WI employ ices bat -
in former times because ev .C'1 ""V"7JAKBf BROWNf;': '- ',.' tnicM ud tfflsJani tuendBti.nff lulfad <

"A'. > '. on a daily newspaper is done in. .AS .Administrator of thalEstate fbf t i:.!' -sOcala.;:_<...- Florida_ ;..;;: IiIL.',; "..:;;.'-._,- "',.,,<.: W.UoeoMd employ ptjiletaw BO deluding being la mew e&ari to se ase H ..a -
:!;;shipment of rugs has just been rush-and. the writer has .Robert, E2Fl1nn.., Y.; ', it 7-t8_: ,<; ,'f.' :tt s l'&VOUre-lO 0.O.!>.'.or autktd for titan as..1tIiI_ 9-t
a busy '\ -z 9; "'''' : Finest Imported and '' t byt&ii tutattoa. Oar term tOU1.'IDfIlU'FCIIIIIt"! _
,'J Delved! by: us. Will. you' be one to W110.00petmoatatmeddnes aoladmdan4rnptt9heu. ..
-. t-x take,advantage. of: their arrival and time- to be on the lookout for NOTICE "c ANNUAL Domestic Cloths. ue oeutwltbla>apee1 edtlBK. .
ments and ornaments of speech. BEST!RUIRfftCll9, CNEDNIC@ISEASESeaeaNy-aree
it/ $ice*, Ocala ,Furniture Co x SETTLEMENT., Ie
"Cutting
The Nashville American takes a Specialty i M'UIU.Ir'-Jl' neb u Kidney ;and BladdW trontow Dea
: -, Fits Guaranteed. \\I\WI.IM.1JJJJIJ{ I Rapture, HT4ro .-'Brtliu. Loueaue., v&tli Fr
M1. 'y., to point out some of the ina t\ (nrrw _rrlM DiMiuei, Tomo<' and maUnaot IrenbU CfttanbKoe
> 4 Mlss' Maude Moser, who has' been Notice is,,herebySiyeathat oa 'the RI"' *, Tkrcit Bead ud Lnoga. Dixa fl rf Kr. &D4 .
of language which, are most 22nd day of August; A. D 190. N. K KING 1ti Do Chronic DUtMcs of Women ..-.* ottfiik. _
; ;'spending her, vacation of several ? Cron CaWRp PtmioIA& u.tualD1lcharres. and IIICJa weme sN of womlD.W .
: ly used by the busy reporters. the court house in Marion county, 111 today reprd1Ar you eon41tJoD tfJOIl art lick or at9lcted. b6.ce qM we
b
: ;', In, -Atlanta with her 'parents, Among them are the following the undersigned as guardian @ff 6UARAIk rile Bend roe ftJ'atsrstars.bu:1U4iac symptom blanks for twine ve.am ai .
_
,:: :741 rnrned home Sunday! afternoon and the minors, Katie Mai McIntyre, TEED ()CONSCLTATJOK KXAMIKATION AND ADVlCJJtI'BU! .6.-r z"
we along; (1n .Me.7 Ya tt 5E tttttj
; r, 'iC again at her place, at the money. pass late't, Helen McIntyre, will present myaccounts ...., '. BY Al .011. 1110 IEDIOaL ., I1ute'Jsutttu' atSlt ; Itla ta. &L '
'" "ThewIdowTbf the, SC
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; ... Mo- :: "' and youehe'rir; rn theiHon A DEPOSIT';
;. window at-.the- postoffice. :Miss Elide "the; iate.i ....v ? / Bell, county judge In and for $5'l\A/T/ | R"R.Fir8.Paii ...... .
;: visited'other' VrEducaliii\/ : Notes
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places in Georgia ,annual ..
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"Y"Youngjgirj{ All girls: are Marion county an make my : -fc fe .t.i.taken on:ttdticr, BEST L ,(
:i t- : IQng.: her"absence: and had a very settlemefif as guardian of the said and cheapest on eartbrDoat delay* WrttS'dar6E08GUALA8AM .
:!, Ladies or women ,may be / A BUSINESS COLLEGELcoaGGi;
:
time.f $
enjoyable
"\1. old. When a girl ceases to be i June 19, 1906 .

/ 1 ; Miss Abble Lee Eichelberger., the I she is a woman. I A. MCINTYRE Ocala House Wine RooisJ
"Close proximity" is equiyilent Guardian for Katie Mat and Helen
,: :; 'Kughter of Mr.. Melvin Eichelberger,I I McIntyre Minors. 6-22-9t
,
"close nearness, "
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'" : j ajjpaniiasoffkee, 'after' a short visit R.dOes { ,X.< ; by Nail \

i} ,, .faXkala: with her. relatives, Col. Eachvflberger well. 'ft ; GUARDIAWS'f OTICE( F4J SETIti ?? *.. ; *.'tHo TRYOUR
'.' "John Smittilxdiedhere re .t leaving Dome employment to get an da- 'ill ..
j MENT: AND'FINAL DISCHARGE;
X. ; and family,, returned: home e&tfoa.Lrmseentreparettmoeatdping.tEomaBook4eepin&
tern olt"" ; p. m" It puglno xv.> '-';3,;F9'F'' \ Aril)>mrtin, JJgebn, Geo etr7GrsmmarEkatorig&deaas ,
;J ,|a1urday: afternoon. She was accompnied .
HidoryLatiaere]
i
neceslary;to suggest that =vNoticeVIsjtlireby "given; thatroa': the
'" be .,,, Tksroagkiy.Tsagkthxan: Teackersaidedbpasaeraminaticaaidrye
by her cousin, Mrs. Moore, of **iIr.11." > :; OLD
c ; noon"' ,beoml'tted.. 27th day of December; A. D/1905.: .nfmwyM.n takynafree. 8LLEGftANY '
:::.mpa{ Hiss Eichelberger has just at the court house in Marion county ..A4:1reII.l,I.HI3rF.9PalatkaFia : : '
"Mr, Brown.is an ,octgenariant
& returned from Columbia, Tenn where Florida the undersigned as guardianfor .
: 80 years old." Certainly he. Is. the minors,.Katie Mal .McIntyre, --- '
.
e bas_ been attending ollege.v .
:#_ \[ie is 80 years did. and Hellen Mclntyrerwiu" present my 'r.HB* '''' LT? _

;,: '" ?' '','3'! famous White House .shoes. for t "The present mit Incumbent"this- error. !Cut Joseph Bell and county vouchers judge to in the and Hon.for KWiU :: .1' P' U. t 1YE? _

' r ladles and gentlemen, and the Busters porers'co :Marion county, and make my final ,

Drown for girls and boys cane "present", settlement and apply for final 'dis- ,, ,.. fe -". ,
"if "They have suspicioned, him charge as guardian of the; said mi t,<.
.e surpassed In the city for style, time." Of course' norsfrom; the said courts., & You Put i;
'- some : Pay H fall
,.1tlAlity'and price. The Fair. xIlir Dated. June 19th, ,' 196Gj iIff ,$ ; up Qts ,
.
?s = Is the word that should J>e used./ : JA-.1l:MetNTYRB, & .

!! ,'S., A. Fackler returned to 'Ocala "She Is a poor .widow woman guardian of Katie Mai and Helen } ; in

;.-ti'Aonday: _.from; .a bunting: and fishing widow: Is usually a woman. McIntyre, Minors. 6-22-fon You have Real -Estate I r Fancy Cartoons j

1 with friends .at. Homosassa andGtytal "The funeral obsequies will be |F' any
-w "
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NOTICE.In to sell : :
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Wver. ,He will In: a few days tomorrow., Cut out "funeral" : Delivered at your?, .

;"' :'Haunch his :newly acquired newspaper quiesJ* In the. Circuit Court In and For Marion OR I "

'i.Wl1dwood.. Mr. Fackler is an able "Unconfirmed rumor.: When County, Florida. .. I .: Office ,

', '. meter: ; and the. state, .press v.lkbe mor is ;unconfirmed it ceases $,' In Re Estate{ of,A'C Johnson: It&Florida' &a.mg..o f.'Comwgi : press 'E .

.<';<',; "rknow that|h" :isaain in)barr '- ramor"Unconiifined'rumoirs.- "'.1 '..
: \ : :.tress ,,after:' several'i'wtinths ,:'aaF gdod, expression tkyr the undersigned administrator;'ot;:thee: .;" ._.,.,... r4(.'.:< ,I ftOl$ $3.20.

f senceufrom his deskE Ij Ilyfginmoveme f 9k I : rhrinfagcfuld." If, a .child" '.. my'finaLreturn.,*accounts md : rwg '
anl Infant be present :" ; -1 .,.
3&, M, nt infant an{ may : vouchers,:and a.pplYfor; final dlacharge. 1C Y'on deslretoinyest in.any ro':;.;-" 1 '

::;f..-," ,-.rf,.. fish. -O--ao. ,UnJ.versity':' d ',!latc. ''QtwFlorida; (.obilidlot ,at.,. blr.norinfaatdats supposed: ; fcfbe a child r J**' There| J ::0 as admstratorrof t >, ;:F..y.r; TOWNSEND said estate.. : |I" .kind.....'''''''' of;;. "-Florida"- .. ., .>ei1Y. ."-.;.,.,.,.;:";i irf 1,' Regular MO. : a Quart Whiskey; write fm- 'F -,.. $J
4 of-the Estate:of' C. .
Administrator = : : ; -" ,
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.at or. 'ear Stlji % = 'f *"
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=;..s"_'_ .,..a dollars rewardlforriSffreturnritoW expression t|'.=:... mmon.. Nob ody/ Martin ,MaY.... -."'.28tti9O6.- ., ....., } OR'mnlTEl t __ ,
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} z's .wasshQW +nge'Springs'Msaida count '.,( 'la.' TMnorthwest1fluarter..1.0t {$ "' --t cwt :

;: .--o. .gtodT'.worhsindtt" .....> 4. ,'; )p,: l r" aout%eat quarter N-TOL&S S C use1wine Rooms
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. jKund" ;a -,-mUl., Ayply ..to ., J. horse. ; Section, township 12Trans8"24See :
i : ,- doubt butt tha ." the land and. ma.ka-.m, an.offer ,' -.' -. ,...-. ,... "'
.. lg 64 Ocala There 4a no fi['
iBrpadway : .
Address, ,D. .(X: 1Alexaad'- c Div : i. ; "JA.

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_ .)-;_ :< ''..,,. 3 one- -.u.NEW'FEM.INI.NE'of: --the latest- : ..'feaiinlnel' ""'FADS." "fads-, ;;fit. !-" ''J""t" l""f""f"'t"t""f"" " " " ,! " ," " " " "


; ready made are .> I
: the, transforming : .;- t -
;K I- ,tides, ',of'almostevery.' inscription. Into ..- ..... ,:. ,
*' -- Vy f <
dainty specimens of hand-work. Some ,- Af.

of these articles so! modeled. 'are'quite. ::'-_-. ::3- .".,"...''-,, ,...

; worthy of holding, their own in,.competition .-" .
h with the mostexpensive., ,. 1m- ..-, -...-
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BRa1r
rt 1 ported modeL -s' & _
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BaN
f; a At first these Ingenius schemes were: :-", ----

practiced only on the,popular,lingerie' ..- .
r waists. Merchants/were.surprised at ...-j
--
J the increasing demand for' the abso -- ---
lately plain waists ,lot sheer material, ::- --.
y and guiltless of any trimming 'save --

.._. tccks. The' purchaser' every such .--, .
waist would'..invariably examine the -, rr ....,..

machine stitching, and ,after .ascer- :
twining that it was easily raveled .- .
seemed to be greatly relieved. The .... Wholesale Grocers.

node of precedure in such a case is ;
eimple. The stitching of each tuck :;;..,.. "
v
9 is carefully pulled out and the tuck ..- I
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rerun by hand. Ofl no;>> account should .- > :. I
two tucks be, pulled'out at, the same : "- '
,: ,. ; '.
time u.in soft material without: ..= :'" : ;" .- :.:{{. .
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dressing the crease of the tuck is ;:- < ;:
:
coon lost sight of. .. ; : : r.>' ,
'
Ocala Plorid ,
One clever woman with more ingenuity : _
than money is the proud.owner : ,
.
of six elaborate handmade waists, ..- : ... .. I

3 the aggregate cost being. less than ...-- ,

':0. ... .
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"Every bit pf this 'hand work was :._ ."_''.";-.1;': : .,: .. ': "".. -T
done in leisure moments," she explained .- ,'
the other day to an, admirer -- .

of her handiwork. ".1, began with a :--

very;simple'waist, one that was tucked .. r a
t solidly across the front and with .. '
tucked bands at' neck and elbows. :,. WHEN IN WART OF:
r .
It was no .trouble at all to pull out :-
I Ir
.' the stitches. It-Will.done with a clean ..- < ,.
stitch machine. After running those ..- ; .'
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by hand I removed the collar band : : -

f, and replied':with two rows of,lace : ;

insertion, putting the double insertions .. .

allO' as an elbow finish. My .". Pel's Naptha Soap :
next attempt was a waist tucked in 1

Croups. After rerunning, the. tucks +: [
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I embroidered a vine between each +_. .. < .;
cluster, I also embroidered collar I.- "C. '
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and sleeve bands scalloping; 'the edges :- ; .-:-:- ,

and underlaying them with a lace ...
edge. After that it was a short step +.. ': IH k
until I .. : White FloatinPumiss ;' .
to have more quite elaborate an assortment affairs;; now .. Colgate's 't .

Clerks la the large department : ,
,
accustomed to these .. ,
stores are so -
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transforming schemes that no surprise .-v.. > --
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I is occasioned whenever.'the'..purchaser :- "". --

of a perfectly plain hand1 er. ..:: \ "
chief-linen parasol directs to have it .. .. ., '
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seat to the lace counter. Here the .. :': _- t's

.... custimer chooses such lace' as suits H: : .- : -.,

her fancy for 'the embellishment of : ,,--i: ,' .'

den ". .,'; < .....
,oration is the placing of three medallions J ,, : ," '., _,
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of graduated'iie in each division :- :,-,- -,
of the-parasol the Largeststze.beteg -' \ :

placed nearest, the edge and the Iassailest'neai i1j
.. Ark Undo mslar
the point of the parasol. : t
j When such 'medallions' are of Valendessei 1I: ,

.lacera: douWeiedge. :of. the .
lacT fiafsher..the entire, edger of the .. / /* .,' '' ,,
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J&iuol1JtDC::a charmingly fluffy efteo -' i ;:; *". :?*>'**.-:-"'.-' ",.,'" "" '- ,-:"" _-
t. 4A deep'tin+tyke;: of heavy 'lace, : j
inf e/div&ionX v* the parasol is I '
.
y another scheme fur transforming a Browns ,BoraxandKremo. "

pUbx""affair.into,an elaborate one. By '

into 'place : ,
placing I such ,trimmings ... ..
.. _
'while the is* the.position >." ; '- __
,parasol open! ., I.' ::: _3. .....
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can-: be accurately planned and thesewing ",, P ,"
"ft < tJ5. ', ..
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'can" cf 'course,, be, done with : :-j "i <.\ :' ; $-- .....
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should
the bejcoaflned psxasol'closed.: ;, to the.outer Trimmings edge so ,far .. r ; T ; ; < ;"} ; ?
r tt 3
as=possible as sewing near.the point : : : ,.
,
of i arosol' is anything, but convenient : Fairy ,

,Many' a parosol this summer ; ; ; \ : c'

has been raised from mediocrity by I' 1 t
the clever' fingers' of its 'owaer. /. ;. :; '.: i :::

A girl who can transform ''a parasol .- : ,.'
;Is also prepared to change a pair : ', ,t' > "" :: :::::

of :plain silk stockings into elaborate "'> -:: :;,:. --
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of 'lace motif .
oaes by the insetting a
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... ... on the instep. An ,allover pattern In : ':V1-: '" .'.'' : :1": <'
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_. black dIg guipure .can sometimes be '- .. '.' ......
found. an eighth! of a yard of which ;" .j", :

'will furnish four -ornaments, sufficient < BESIDES A FINE LINE OFTOILET 'r: I
,for insetting In two pairs of black : .
lUg stockings. A butterfly Is a favor : \' ;
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"l
ite for such decoration but a long ,', >_
diamond shaped ornament also lends -
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itself gracefully to this scheme. All : -

such settings of lace must be buttonholed :
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'-t 'firmly to the material before 3

any cutting is done. Then the silk "
;: E fabric may be carefully clipped the : ; SOAPS ,;j: : 'i !

edge turned back, and again fastened c f
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t: with button holing the second sew. .
..... : ....
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the firstOpenwork
: ing reinforcing -
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,
t stockings fine lisle : '-. -,.:. 'I'o ---::;-

,; thread are nowdays decorated with .' .....
handwork such as rows of vertical ,_' ,. :.,'". -'j, ....
H'V
brierstitchtng or French knots' be- :. ; H ,0 : : ;" ..{ .' ,

< tween the rows of openwork. A fine : ,- '.. ... ,....,. -_
Hale stocking, the openwork: in ver- .

tide lines may be embroidered with Send Us: Your Oi dersl' ::

,' tiny resebuds or forget-me-nots with : ; .
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charming effect .
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Almost anything :procurable; lends '' :...:" -", ., "' t' -:"".'.:: .

Itself to these transforming' devices .- '. ; ,. .... 1:=.
tad the handmade.look, so dear to 1 ,.,. -- -
; ... 'I.t.
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every woman is within the reach of '
all. provided she -willing to par'for ", ; ". '
... :
It in patience and time.-New ''York ;, '
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Times. : : '- .? xI .-

C The loss of the big ;Bartow fire, : j t ---

f which: occurred last. Friday'night, is 4.,, .

\ 4. estimated ,at _$20,000 with very,little 1trance. t '<.".....
., Two of ;the:four men. W. :
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0. ,I, wallen and Mr.. Richards. ,who t F -- :;....
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'were'arrested, on suspicion of. hayingtet 8 R 'J t '
-.fire to the block' have been re = ti ': .'. '. i. .. .... :;-_
\ leased on bond utd'wlll be, given'a '-- I h 1 r. ..... ,-,:>"5_,
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