The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00393
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-- Mr. A. W. Lllen,,of' Weirsdale, was I The new court house Is, :moving -

: among the visitors ',to the city Wednesday along apace. j '

Mr. T. N. Sumner, .who is the president -

,- Or ,':-< C' i? i : ..;'. Mr. Sam Barco' left 'Tuesday for of .the Sumner Lumber Co., at !
...- Asheville. N. C., to enter the Bing" Zuber, .in this county arrived in Ocala BANKS.EVERY .
;'. ,, ', ", ham Military School. Tuesday afternon from Moultrie, Ga. PERSON, be he merchant,'

'.. farmer or whatnot, who counts for ,
Mr Dixon 'H. Irvine of Orange The examination anything gets to the point where he"
-AND- : Lake, was a pleasant visitor to ,the colored school teachers is being .held .
metropolis Tuesday., in this cIty. this week by Mr. W. D. K
'BANK. Come along with your small
COOPS Cam and Mr. Isaac Stevens., -Thereare ,
Mr. Fred Kunze has returned home accounts. With our help many of the
quite a number of 'applicants.Miss .
from a pleasure and business visiit large: businesses of today grew from

AT THE to Green Springs and Tampa. Lillian Bryan who has been small ones.MUNROE. .

spending her vacation: at Martel wither .
Ask John Robinson to tell you about parents and 'with friends at Holder & CHAMBLISS
his trip to New York especially of
: has returned to Ocala and is
-AS return trip through washington
again at her place in. Mr. S. T., Sis- BANKERS.
and what he saw there.
trunk's office. ,
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\ '' The board of commissioners
county ,
,1" 7. :: Mrs. Walter Armstrong, of Live .
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,, :" ; ; '. ; > the schoool board the city council -
/ I and courts galore have been in session Oak, who has,been spending,a monthin A Little One in Idaho. .. '
the mountains of North Carolina, Born afternoon
this weeek. It takes a good deal Tuesday at Jose-
of 1 arrived in Ocala Tuesday aftternoonand phene hospital to Mr. and Mrs. J., J. !
hammering to keep our civilization
< : ." going. 0' will, spend'a_ few days with her Fuller a daughter. Mother and babe RlN gs

r sister, Mrs Walter Bishop.Mr. doing nicely and J. J. is happy.-r

"frMcriptiogs, Carefully Filled ". ,; Mr Will Irvine, of Orlando, formery Weiser (Idaho) Signal
H. G. Kean marshal of Dunn- '
resident.of this visitor Ocala friends will be interested
: .a city was a in.
: .. ellon, who was acidently shot Mon- .
,-,f V.:<',,.. .. to Ocala Tuesday. This was his the above item.
day night was brought, to Ocala yes We Have Now in Stock
; makes his
;lIam INOS .ABOUT first visit here in five years and during
terday'morning and is now at the ,
1. was in Pretty Compliment for Miss Beck.
his stay was 'kept busy shaking
Marion county hospiital,. where he is the Most Complete Line oi -
MiaS SARA ELIZABETH hands with old friends.Mr. Miss"Nelle ,Beck's work on the Pen-
in a very critical condition. It is sacola Journal is the best of its kind
; ; Local Editor
1 RINGS that Can Be Found
Linadale Joe Davis, of Summerfield feared that he canot recover. One of by any woman: : ,or ,man in the state.

the coun one of the most prominent, farmers the sad things relative to this unfortunate She writes fluently, gracefully, easilyn ,
Ocala' has fine Anywhere.Call
_- more_ teams and, .truckers in that section,. was affair is the fact that Mrs."I language so plain a child can, understand ;' .
eve -
r ". transacting business in Ocala Tues Kean is very ill with typhoid fever attheir and so pure the classicscan't and Set Them.
and M. J.
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.4true.:vi&;, the city Monday on' b gs. and made us, a friendly call. with tier husband.
Waterman Returns to .South ,
2/Mr. J. Carstens 'was" In the its regular Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Arnold, of Mr. Robert Kaiser, ,who has a profitable America. WE "

,Monday from Lake Weir ,, Marion Leesbufg, were in the icty Tuesday, : industry at Hastings, came Mr John Waterman, who has been
trs1 s. .' f shape. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold and the baby down' Tuesday to see the folks and! spending the past two months. in

returned home on the afternoon train will return today., His two sons are Ocala with his mother Mrs S. E I

_ Mr' W./Ahsopp of Weirsdale, to Port In- and Miss Agnes' remained in' Ocalato with, him at Hastings and they are Waterman and other relatives, has

_ : '" reseated his section at the or two spend a few days with friends here doing' well. Mr. Kaiser'' says that commenced his journey back,to South ,

,ett6'Monday, leaving for Hastings will be ,more busy this sea America having left Monday night

Mrs. T. H. Wallis and her lovely son than ever and a large area will for' New York, whence he will sail
Mrs. E. P. and ch Fred
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children returned home Tuesday afternoon ., be planted to-potatoes for shipmentof for his far' away home. Mr.. Water Weihe, '
fcate gone't Reddick to a
:' spend : ofDaisy from Daytona Beach, where .which Hastings now holds the blue man is-in the gold mining business-in
jar two'with .friends.H .
were they have been spending the summer, ribbon. Mr. Kaiser found the Hotelde South America, having been in that TIJt Jiwtltr't

_ Messrs. Robert and Donald the_ streets They were., very popular while at the Kaiser, ,under the management of country for the .past eight years. He L 1

t 'guson, ,of' Berlin, were among beach and were prominently identified Mrs. Kaiser, doing well during his exects to complete his labors there in .

,': r ent visitors to .the ',city two ..eau- with the social 'life at' that place, absene.. two years, and then, return to the -

: r.\ states to make his home. He is sue- "rsfrf.> .tonal. '
".:.,.- .' Eagle Miss Margaret Taylor, of this city CoL ,Nic Barco, of Crystal River,, ..
ceding excellently __
t well and his friends .7>-""" -
mother, who has been teaching summer spent 'iTiesday morning in Ocala. He
Mr\Frank.Dorsey is up from that, when, he for
returns good
r- nope
aLDFULr,1ta. 1
accompanied his attractive }
school at Rossburg in Suwannee was by
eltoa for:a few day's visit that he will be-'many times a million- FuU.1u a ELALOCK.Over .
: county for several months, has returned daughter, :Miss Minnie Barco, who -
joteed. Us. wife, ''who has been : 1 returned aire. His friends have all enjoyedhis -
twltii relatives for 'the home. She spent several days was. pp-her.':Way, to Stanton Virginia, Dentiatr. '
past, where she : visit home much. '
-. t last, wk in Lake City, where she was where she wiu remain for the next very Mai toe ft Chimblist Jut Oca1a.II1&. -

"ianiCunard_ :whohas' l for the guest of MissGeorgia Berger Miss two years attending the Mary Baldwin 'M E.P'GGS.
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--t' : ted. .with the, :Ocala r Taylor's friends will be sorry to learn school. Mr., Barco accompanied Edd's Place: Sold. -, \

< ..e. months. left Monday x ""home that 'she. has been on the sick list Mss Barco to Stanton. Mr. Barco As. intimated in this paper some ATTORNEYAT.LAW.Office ,

i. ta. wheer he: :will enter the veral days since arriving home.S. says the G.. & GL railroad has graded days ago another sale has tranpiredamong ( in Gary-Ajtnew' Block.)

'11& tech; J. 'M. Jack- two ,miles of *road leading" uot from our whiskey'' dealers, the OCALA. gtjDMPA,
_ l. + Kurtz1 Wallace has returned Carmichael Son Co., having disposedof
Ic I- i Crystal River and it is now ,an as- EDWIN 6PENOER.ATTORNBYATLA.
; Mrs.' T D. Bryan and home after a stay of several weeks In sured fact that this great enterprisewill their uptown store, known as "- .

fturned, home Saturdayafternoon: ; of Levy-s Birmingham where he was engagedin take in Crystal, River in its line "Edd's Place" to Mr. George Drew W,

'Grove'' 'Park, where' they' have: I i was in the extensive building work. He returns of march down the peninsula to Hogan. '-ICCALAS" .-y' fLOIUDA,

firmly convinced that. Mr. Hogan is a native of this county CJU'S .
.jtleitng\ relatives. Mr; Bryan the meet. Binning Florida. J ,g. .
:on aiur1aT' came homeMlkeini erans. : ham and' Tampa are the ,two most and! is a son of Mr. Daniel Hogan,

.'. *dL. _.., ; ; : r promising industrial centers in the The Florida, East Coast-Telephone Co. a pioneer settler of the Fort McCoy DENTIST,
,,- l ff : : : River Mr. the settlement. He is about thirty ,
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.... 1 ".." LJ- .. southland, and that, of the two, Tam Voyle representing yearsof .
J ''Mr and Mrs. Herbert C. wood busi. pa Is the best He has identified East Florida Telephone Company, age, having been born in the memorable f. SISTRUMK'J ,
;. :receiving the con ; past year himself with the Tampa Steam WaysCo.Tampa East Coast Telephone Co. wasa year of 1S76, the year'that Gov- \ 'TTORIEY.At.LaW.koora r .

x .,their' friends on the birth of a Monday' on : Tribune.v" > very pleasant social calL He says Drew was inaugurated governor of 4. M,.tJic Building .

: tdaughter'! .. who, arrived at their ,. that' this company is building to this 'state, the,'first democrativgovi .

>-on' 'Wautula4' :street early. .", '" *been/ ,Mr. L. L. Aiken, of Rock Springs, wards Ocala from ,Juliette and will ernor after the reconstruction era. FRECKLES AND PIMPLES _

morning ( has just returned home' from a six sootf begin building from Ocala to- Mr. Hogan made his money in the

y. 1 k fi f'L ., friends week's- visit to hid old home at Carrol- wards Juliette and he expects that lumber and logging business and has REMOVED, In ten Days.
v' ,, ;"Tarn
f .Mr[ W. P, Williamson, better .... ton, Ga. While' there he attended 'a the distance between the two places for the past two years, been in business Nadmola ..

''tb.hls friends as "Edd" a, i'1".j.'home --un meeting.of his old company and says will be covered by October the first. at Dun eIIon. "He' disposed of his
il. member.., of the board 'of county that out of one hundred and four: He had four car loads' of poles to interests there last week and imme 'The Complexion _
e31ane andonerof the best a there are still tweinty-seven living and arrive in Ocala Tuesday and building diately invested In Ocala and will Azr Beaotifier u fa.cIoned -
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: ?*gv.fc : : nghter, thousand
.. ilshermen.k.and4. hunters. _! _have .re says that Atlanta has mad'e. a wonderful from this ,end of 'the line will begin make this city his permanent home.. of grateful lIy ladies,u4,

:'county, 'represented Xaie. Mass., improvement since,his last visit at once. Mr. Hogan has friends living all guaranteed to remove

:Ocala.. uoid. ay.a' ij "1 ,': ting rela- there forty years ago and that he This company has made arrange .the way from Fort McCoy to-Dunn all facial dicoloratioiu .

i '( ***"--'f.-, ? r". Itt ":" *_ *" .<-! I had a most pleasant visit Lents with the Ocala Telephone Co, ellon and in all rob'abihty will do a r A and raton tin .

,:Among others invited Jo" :. to use its office and wires andas soon very fine business here. All of Mr Ixanty of youtL Tic

.in':the' laying of the corner of Crystal Mr. 'Fayette Miller of the Cotton as Ocala is connected with Juliettte Carmichael's old force, has been retained wont case in twenty day. 50c. and $1.00at

_ ,the court house on *v<* *"** f in Ocala Plant neighborhood, was among, the the circuit will be-complete betweenthe 'by Mr Hogan. all leading Ang ,ftorea or by mail
many visitors,to our city Monday He PrrIre4 BT HTIONA TOILET CO", vu's Tee
.totor in this city are the j>ast bound following places: to-wit; Gainesville -
is one of the best known, cattle men Clerk What kind of a hammock do
: 3 "awns, of, the board of county Caro Archer, Bronson, 'Campville, Game Warden's Notice.
_ in the county and he says that the want, miss? '
;,. 'stoo'ers all of whom are l : at David Dutton, Eve, Evinston Grove Park you i Notice is hereby given that when -
cattle this year are the finest and fattest Summer Girl-Oh, a little one.i
iQack fora period of thirty' Judson, Kanapaha Lottieville, Mica- persons want a deputy game warden _
has known and that the about big for one-but
he ever Just enough
t i5 ... nopy, Meridith, Montbrook Morris- appointed the request must be accompanied -
,; _] r. E. M, Hendricks came up to Ashe- ranges are manifestly in better .con- ton Newberry, Raleigh, Rochelle, -er-strong enough, for two.-Life with a properly signed petition
..,.'froin' Miami his dition. That Messrs. James, Bad- .
J to visit days. .Irs. Rocky Point, Romeo, Trenton, Dunn t of reputable persons Address, .

;_ :;His many' Ocala friends the-moun ger and Newton BUtch marked one ellon,' Juliette Rock Springs, Martel, t C. J. McCRANEY

pleased to learn that 'he is ; month of hundred and forty-seven calves last istachatta Inverness, Alachua, Ar- SEABOARD Game Warden Stanton, F'a.

.tJb1j: improved in/healtik: ) in week taken on the range and although, redonda, Bland, Cadillac, Clark, Cly 8.36tW -

.>trove, la,a few days, in. company. home with only .a year old they looked.as big as att, CumpTer; Lumber 'Company at AIR LINE RAILWAY
Salt' heifers and fat as butter ,balls. The famous White House shoes. for -
', mother, .for: ,Springs, were Double Sink, Fort White, Fairbanks.,
)>lsain} for [several :peek's sad High Springs Hague Haynesworth, $38.00 Toronto Ont, and retturn. ladies' and gentlemen, and the Buster .

I ( ;;fisTbeneflcial' -, waters. Ocala, Is Mr. and Mrs. John' D. Robertson, Hawthorne McIntosh, Orange Lake, Tickets on sale September 12, Brown shoes for girls and boys Can. -

Strung, at who attended the Bryan "home-com Paradise, Palmer ,Prairie Creek Sa- 13, 14 and 15, with final limit not be surpassed In the city for style

; ;tbS.li. Foster; *of'Nashville,'" for' a few ing" in ,New York on August 30th wannee" River Trestle, Tyler, Rex September 24. Extension available I quality and price. The Fair .x =

arrived in Ocala Sunday West, Ju returned, home Monday,afternoon. Mr. 'i'acoma'Wacahoota and Worthington to Oct. 24.

S j.dwall: t spend a:few days here, ; 7' Robertson says that :Mr. Bryan made Sprirgs. 11.95 Atlanta, Ga., and return., Ticketson We have reduced the prices on all

F.'Wt1l'teieh ;:the". r.K1*; ch : "pla ev the the most wonderful speech' he ever This company already covers a ; sale It, 13, 16, and 17, and and summer dry goods. We Inspect our stock
get our prices. can save yon
.euing'ter Foster
m] Miss is listened to and Madison Square Gar large territory and is continuing to 18, with final limit September The Fair.

-- sonal friend of Miss McCreery denhaving the largest seating capacity extend ,its lines in all directions. 25. Extension available to Oct. money. -..... x

,' >Messrs--'' ., Workman. and' $ I of any building in the United ,H. ,We handle the famous White House

,.: Ocala high ,Ichoolf 'and is -a the mem- States, was literacy packed, not only In Honor House Party.Mr. 23.75 Richmond Va., and return. Tickets Shoes for ladies arjJ g-mtlemer* and

. cove .young lady and work every seat being' occupied but standing .' Eugene "Cox will give a tally- "on .sale September 2 to 5, the Buster Brown shoes for girls and .. .

; ,;:. *hool teacher-- : no longer room was also at a premium and at ho party Monday'evening in honor of inclusive, with final limit Sept. toys These lines cannot >e surpassed, '

t the work Madison park, where Mr Bryan af. the Misses Hughes and their house 13. for quality and price.: Come in and '

:t eesrs; Robert'\ and. Donald, and every terwards spoke he was greeted by party, which is composed of Miss see them..The FaJr. x:
I ,'Smoak; p..L. Ststrun$.and H. G. at least forty thousand spectators.Mr. Clair Fletcher and Miss Annie Kate ..Seaboard Air Line Jacksonville to

'hton; left .Monday afternoon for and Mrs. Robertson stopped at Fletcher, .of Forsyth; :Miss Lucile Old Point Comfort; Ocean View, WANTED-Two good teamsters and .

) ; Moon' ;lake ,wit x>f the OciiIa .accompan the Victoria hotel the headquarters Woodruff, Columbus; Miss Mildred Cape Henry, Virginia Beach two good: work hands to,help

r,: Where they >will spend .- I & .Pearson; for the Florida people,:and had a moSttnteresttng Harris, and Miss Harriett Lee Angler,. Portsmouth. Va., and oorebead a.rOun'a mm Apply .to W. :J. _

l.ihnntingaadilshing., Th : Ga,; will ,trip. They took. several of Atlanta.-Atlanta Journal. City' ,. and'r, tuni 1550.' JA)hrlg, 64 W., Broadway: Ocala. '

,sport is.said to be,bet wek, for automobile rides, visiting Wall Mr. Cox: _has just- returned home Washington. D. O, 2.6S.'T1cteti on 8--% tf

tibtrc' ::jthls 'season than ever- 'b her- h'us-; street, Fifth 'avenue, Riverside and after spending. a:wek ,at' the Seaside sale at :Jacksonville only..

a4 If foes :without saying that for"Some., all places of.hie rest.. Retnrning'they Daytona Beach"SInn with ..his .mother; Jna, Dozier: Agent, Ocala;' W. W. 'A 'shipment of rugs has Just been '

,foUew ri7of' Isaac','Newton they will stopped' ;over la 'Washington City, Mrs. W S. "Pike, of ,tbis. city,: His ',Condon City, Ticket Agent,Ocala; received bus: Will you;.be one;to /

_. h l, their!#I bar f-'the : Gordon- D. visiting all -the places .ofs. ctevat". the, OCaI, ,..Mends regret; very.',much,. that Fla.: S. 'CL BoyUton.,' A.' G. P. A, take' advantage" sot iheif arrivaland
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LIFE AT HOMOSASSA. F/MRFILED NOTES. fug .in the springs, hunting, fishing, !IpRO'GRAM SIXTH ANNUAL ? McMillan Brothers, a Firm of LongStanding business.: 0

CONVENTION. TURPENTINE, : Identified with Naval Operators in all parts of the south ,

Special correspondence Ocala.- :Banner.f' etc.Col.. and Mrs. B.. F.. Rogers of OPERATORS' CONVENTION. ,Stores Industry.One Lwho have dealt wJ s-"*> 1'fowfi} 0 4

: Special correspondence Ocala Banner. Thank :ou very much for using Lynne spent Sunday with the camp- them to be not only reliable but care
the large firms of the south
been o(
: Mr. George C. Lonnecker has small sheets of paper.-Operator.Schol ing.'party at. Salt Springs. Auditorium Rink Jacksonville, Flor ofl! fol in their dealings, always having
at this ,place. : identified with_the, manufacture
appointed postmaster itarted here Mon ar; some Mrs Annie Stroud and Mr.. and Mrs. "September'-11th'-and'-112th---,--'' "-- .' "'the interests of their customers la
i naval stores is McMillan Brothers,1manufacturers j
Lonnacker's :
Mr appointment failed ;3. 930 ttbolars. were- present.. webb; of Kendrick. visited Mr. and 1906.OFFICIAL.. view, knowing that satisfactory sales
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J with "much pleasure 1 VtS 'Homo- > of turpentine stills, I
Dciia!. Smith and Miss Mamie Mrs. Claude Nix. of this place. for: a furnish the best advertisement that
eassa'a most prominent merchant and Ocala to ( .) and everything forthe ,.,..complete I
Dupuis went to Monday. few days last week. 0 the11&ve.:: 0
.- Is' worthy of tne great esteem the stand examination- for teachers. wwish' Dr. B. F. Lisk visited friends in Tuesday Morning, September 11, at equipment for the manufacturer. of McMillan Brothers travel several

people! hold for him in ,this section., ." 10. o'clock. turpentine.This .
them greatest success. '!- Electra on Tuesday. men and are always ready to respondto
Miss Mary Scott the petit and Miss Lessle :Mathews who ,has Bathing .in the Ocklawaha has1 become : Convention .called, to order by PresIdent company has been actively engaged calls from any state. Their manufacturing -

pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kisslmmee A. D. Covington, Quincy Fla. in this enterprise for many
_ : .1 been in the past seven extremely popular with the plants are well equipped &.\ -
: Scott, received'baptism in tile, parlors or'.tight. months returned home lastveek. Grahamvilleltes and the summer is Invocation by Rev. J. B- Ley, pastor years and their plants and offices at and the success which the firm hasif'; ;" j
Rendezvous Sunday. Jacksonville, Savannah Ga. ]Mobile
of "of the McTyerie Methodist church.
: 3 being spent very pleasantly. 0 attained is in every way merited.
i : .. )Mr It S. Udfee will arrive,early inNovember. Mrs. J. ,T. Thomas and children anct" Address of welcome. in behalf of Ala., and Fayetteville, N. C., have been

His attractive winter'cottage the Baptist preeacher Rev. H. C. THE NEWS FROM KENDRICK he state of Florida-Governor' N. B.hrowru. supplying a great many of the manu- Hke Smith's Opportunity.
has been completed. Martin, cf Citra spent 'Monday V.thMr ; .- facturers throupoutthe tI laval ,st9r "..- Rev. Sam Jones U)1I.) now, if Hoke

'..-.).Ir. S. Friedman of New: York is ; and Mrs. A. J. Jones. | Special correspondence Ocala Banner. Address of welcome in behalf of belt of the south. ,-- .- Smith will take a bath and wash off

erecting an eight-room cottage .on the Dr CanrrelJ has been ill Miss Julia Webb has returned toarier muni ipalit of Jacksonville I As manufacturers the comp y'?as
Mrs. ; very .. : .. '. ; Ithe the mud that has been thrown on
Inn, site, 'recently. but .is improving. very' fast... KenancK. a visit to ner oia nome Hon. W. "H. Bakerj president of the won a reputation for the excellent him and then adopt the Georgia niot.tdornJust1ce .

THr. H. M. ,M ekr former- ssistant Mrs. L.' E.- Mangum- j.has- been very at Cedar Rapids Iowa. city council. fharart'oftheir stills, kettles- arms, and., Moderation,"
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postmaster, war- accused of poisoning ill also.. Mr. James Carrington jr., has been Address of welcome .in behalf of worms; furnace-doors, ete.an4< iheir he will' make for Georgia a chapter

the: dogs owned by Mr. W. L. Scott.. ':Mr. J., W, Walker spent Saturday .on the sick list but is well at this the: Jacksonville board of trade- aim Havngr "$.+n excellfiiii aft the of whici.w6.mayJaU;: } be proud. If hi -

Trial ocured in Inverness on the and Sunday with.his family at Dunn- writing. Capt. Charles .E. Garner, president goods they have placed 'bn\fhe '"mar- is wise"in nrethod! 'and wise in choice"

-whichvJudge\DeMum found .*:"- *v' ;:#B? 3&1t JMrs. News is scarce in this' region. People their distribu-
: S9th ello'ri! : Resopnse to address of welcome by Aet. Acting: as own of his issues and right In knowledge

)lr; MeekerlUiltr..' -- ."" n.:."T- Couch" and Tier sister, are just .coming and going and I Governor Broward-Hon. T. A. Jennings tors they have established themselves -,the common sense of au Georgia will

: Mrs. B... \VV McMullen-,- of Jacksonville Miss Florrie Jennings.. were, guestsof that seems to be the case everywhere of Pensacola, Fla. close to the trade and have saved stand behind him. Justice is in its

is visiting her parents, Mr.-and Miss Nellie Rives at MicahopyThursday. this time of the year. Response :to address of welcomeby the naval stores, men the. middle prof-- emblem; is represented as the bil

r Mrn.r PrnttMr.iJVP Mr. C.. I. Grace wentdown to Pine President Baker-pon.. W. M. its. ance. To be just is to weigh both

Weeks is now located at Sunday for a short visit. Fla. Years of exerience: manufactur.. m
:. .Mr. Jimmie Phillips of Jacksonville Toomer, Jacksonville, sides of all questions and to give
:-' this point as..agent the A. C, L. Is back to Fairfield again working on )lr.. and Mrs. R.. D. Jones and Mr. I Response to address of welcome by ing has given to this company a each its due, or, in otner words a

;' Capt. W., S. Lbwry will open the the new Tampa and Jacksonville and Mrs. E. W. Jones and children Presidentt Garner-S.. Bawls of thorough knowledge of the require- fair deal to all comers Let a man

Rendezvous one month earlier this .railroad. were visiting in the south side Sun Ocala Fla.Address ments and needs of the stills with! be just to his enemies; generous to

_ season on account of requests for I I Mr. Otto Lohrig went to Ocala and dayMrs. 0 ; "The Turpentine Opera- the best ..and )most- modern works his friends and with moderation doing J

,- Hotel December' 1. W. T. Richey Mrs. J. E.. Tur- Its Accomplishments handling large' orders and supplyingthem
space. opens to Lake Weir .on an excursion givenby ors' Association Its Origin its work. Hoke Smith will have

Dr. Charles and Mrs Lanier. of the baud boys last Thursday.Mr. nipseed. Miss Beulah Carrington and Its Future"-P. L. with dispatch.The nothing to fear. He is a man of

Brooklyn. and Mrs Watts of Adrain J. P.. Cutler was here again Mr, James Carrington representedthis 'therland NeW 'lan.. Ga. Jacksonville works are under brains; a man of courage; a mall of

: Mich. are among the .list of early ar Monday looking after the railroad. place in Ocala Monday. Appointment of committees by the dire t supervision Mr. 'W A. principle; and If. his In position, he

rivals. Mr, TaylOr will move camp Thursdayto Well I hope there will be more President Covington. McMillan! and are located on' East enthrones principle and dethrones

: A catamount maesuring.four feet in Crystal River for the purpose of new next week. Adjournment for dinner. I Bay street where they have excellenttransortation prejudice :and stands for the best

length was captured a few days' ,ago !u ey.'ng. GUESS. Sptember 11th, 3 o'clock p. m. facilities. At Savannah, things and persistently opposes the

by Mr. D Bishop; His catshlp had Mr. and Mrs. shad Atkinson of NEWS. :Annual address by PresldentA.. D. Mr. Thos. H M"wnu., inoks aft- n.,- bad things, with no enemies to pun*

.' been feasting on a choice flock of tur Fellovship were here last week visiting BELLEVJEW Co ngton.- manufacturing plant and the trade i Ish and no friends to reward beyond

: keys. His last effort was to land a .relatives.Mr. Special correspondence- Ocala Banner. Discussion on the president's address from that center. At Fayetteville, N. their merits .then the people of Georgia -

TT twenty pound gobbler, which he succeeded ah-f! Mrs. Harry Jernigan went Mr. D. E. Stroble, formerly of this and the recommendations made C., Mr. R. H. McMillan is in charge will be glad they voted Hoke

ladoing.r t .... '", south Friday, where; 'they will makeit place, but lately of Plant City, has herein, led by A M., If es, Jacksonville and at Mobile tbc works and the business Smith in and Clark out. No man has

-r ITEMS. I their ha .f> home. returned with his daughter, Miss Fla.., J. G. Boyd Bartow,. Fla. is in_ charge of W" v '"' q..+,,. ever fought his way to the governorship *

___ !; 8ILVERSPRINGS$ %" -" -'-' Preaching at the Methodist church Belle, to the. old home place at Belle A. Sessoms Bonifay, Fla.,, and' W. J. eralnd. ;All'.of these gentlemen have with more zeal and earntnees

Correspondence .Ocala_ Banner: Sunday niomins at 11 o'clock; eve* view., 0 Hillman, Live Oak Fla. had years of exerience both as manufacturers and consecration to the work tUft

_ : The Renti Lumber Company's mill nig, at 7:30. Everybody come. Miss Alice Robinson, of Ocala, is General discussion, open to the and supplying trade and Hoke Smith. He has met on the arena

has started 'up". tartan:" blast after a Little Wesley! Jones, son of Mr. iisiiii-g her friend, Mis Lorena Free- convention. they are ,in. .closethucbwlththe operators Terylhins In the shape of man and

: few weeks' shut down=for.repairs. and and Mrs. A.] J. Jones, five years of Address: "The labor Situation-the throughout ,the south. beast, and while they have thrown
: '
'?4 -! ate died suddenly 4' last Thurs-lay man.Mr Difficulties that Confront the Operator is to political mud on his reputation his
the' 'blasU'of tha; : whisUe anti_ :h'JIQf John Ashworth spent Saturdayand Every advantage given the
i about vitli congestion of the Dora and the Remedy" by F. J. O'Hara, who trade with this character remains intact.
: ; the saw don't allow us to lay abed late noon. Sunday) at the Mt. camp operators com
# liver. The dear !itttle one was loved Buffalo Bluff Fla. Not do .
:- these mornings.- ground. pany. only they supply neW'stills '
; The Moore-Knight Company's mill by all who knew him; was the idol !Mrs E.. A. Polly and children. Miss Discussion of the, above subject by but they take in part payment We hear of no prearations being
_:_ ; T. L. Acosta, Jacksonville Fla., S. A. made for the "homecoming" of Gen,
Mr. and Mrs. JOPOvfch old
: f -has started their saw 'runnIng'afterSO of his parents. Alice and Florabelle, and Master stills. In addition to this.they

much delay to obtain necessary materIal to :qlrc!? \i>elr appip.-!.! iou to Francis, returned Friday from the Mt. Alford, Chipley .Fla.; J. K.. Cheney ..o repairing in all parts of the belt. Albert W. Gilchrist His friends

to complete their plant. those people hero who proved to lie Dora camp ground. Mrs. A. T. .Whit- 1'T-pon: Springs, Fla M. 0.. Over- and this department .is in charge of should get busy

:: A pleasant party, composed of, Mr. faithful friends.: tier and Miss Ella Lyles came Fri- street, Orlando Fla.. W El Cummer, competent and experienced' men. For Sale. -
.. JacksonvilleJla. E.P.Thagard Ocala.
S and Mrs- Brown, (proprietors of the U l.1'-- With the facilities which they en Forty acres of fine hind near 0r' -

Brown House), Mrs. Stilwell and SOUTH LAKE WEIR. Mr. Dwight of St. Augusetine, is Fla., W. M. Toomer. Jacksonville. joy for equipping stills with anything angra Springs Marion county Fla. The
'- northwest quarter of southwest quir
daughter. and Miss McDonald took Special correspondence Ocala Banner.Mr. visiting at Mr. Joohn Ashworth's.Mr. F a. they need, the company has won a ter. Section, 4. township 12. range U.

advantage of .the first cut rate launcn Robert Fosnot of East Lake M, Gale is in1 Tampa on busi convention.Gereral discussion, open to the reputation for quick work which has See Addre the land D. and C. make Alexander me an Shaw offer.,

-; excursion Inaugurated by the Silver and Mr. Tom Magagin of Ocklawaha: ness. His two sons, Raymond add been of great service to them In their Miss. lS-5at.
Address: "The Immigration Problem -
t Yacht Club and went down as Frank, accompanied him. ..
F. Adams Monday night. -
; called on B. ," by Emmett Brobston, Chairman '1.
and Mrs. J. F. are visiting ---
.Connor'and paid Mrs. Randall Mr. Barrett
far as
They are.working on Mr. A. W. Allan's ,
of the Immigration Committee,
_ a short visit. They left the Springs their daughter Mrs. George -
house.. Jacksonville Board of Trade. ?
__ at 3 .o'clock and returned before night Miss Ruth Boney returned to Ocala Pope Sanford. Discussion by members of the. Con ii. ROBINSON, Pr.". -?;

with fish enough to divide among their Saturday, after spending a week with ECHO. ventlon. S. H. BLITCH Mgr j. C. BOOZER. 'A lit. M,,
of GEO. J. BUTCH Tiller.
neighbors. having taken advantage 0 4S
_: \ I Miss Irene Gates. Florida at Norfolk.' Business Meeting.
a few IInea nd artificial bait.,Mr.Clark Fri-
Mr. Lehman went up to Ocala Determined to have Florida repre- Introduction of resolutions and I

: keeps on hand for the purpose. He day. sented in a creditable manner at the their reference. The Hold
is furnish-ng double teams and covered Co. I Strong the
: Ihe S uth Lake Weir Lumber. great Jamestown Exposition in 1907, I Treasurers report and enrollmentof
; rigs now for pleasure closed down .their mull last week fora and at no cost to the counties of! members for the association year;
from Ocala; five dollars for the roundtrip short while. 0
-- ride to the Florida, CoL T. J. L. Brown presi- 1906-07. Tellers: E. P. Thagard, R.

Including a launch He A. M. Dillard and W. V. Newsome, dent of the state fair association, M. Sasnett, and C. P. Dusenbury. COMMERCIAL BANK
terminus of Silver Springs run.
: jr., of Ocala, were visiting .
and chief commissioner to the Jamestown Adjournment to 10 o'clock a. m.
c has overhauled his launch and spit on; ,
Adams last
Exposition by appointment of Wednesday, Sept. 12.
and has the
: his propeller who Five young men from the McGehee Governor Broward has decided upon Wednesday Morning, September 12, OCALA\ FL0.
ters. Jose
iest boat oh these w Lumber Company were in our midst .
and will carry out a most excellent 10 o'clock.
fall to take advantage of these cheap

: outings will miss a treat not, to be Srrday.J. and commendable plan. Address by Factors-gener subject Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced
_ : C, Marsh, H. D. Mathews, C. S. Col. Brown intends that the various : "The Factor and the Producer"

-:: the enjoyed tourists every will day.be Very coming soon in, now here, Gates went up A.to W.Ocala'Allan Friday.and Mr. Clark oh aa.county oil. ho..%,exhibits toton.........._ tn... at WnrfrilV a....the a awas coming.Hfi-ai u...'eb&J>Htr fair a.-..f. .Ji'111'led--..by R'-. W...A.. C.4 Pottawav"' '''Powell'''"aj., T...Jacksonville awLJ............. .'Ii"I..o...1....., ; by 'its Large and Increasing
will the price. i
and up go Mr. John Davenport and his bride
has nice launch ter the fair closes, and' at no expense J. R. Saunders, Pensacola Fla.; C. '
Mr. Jack Camp a after- I Business
arrived at Weirsdale Monday
: bailing .to the counties participating. In Nor- H, Barnes, Jacksonville, Fla.; John I
been busy
here butbe has so Mr. Davenport was married l I
-: about noon. folk he has entered into a contract E. Harris, Jacksonville, Fla.; T. A.I I
: water from his phosphate pits last week to Miss Ryan, whose parents
Dunnellon, that he has not been. out with,of the great storage warehouses Jennings, Pensacola, Fla., ; J. W.
live Reddick. to
: for time. near Sorry say. .in the country to care for the products Motte, Savanah Ga., and other fac.
: to see us1 some :there was no rice and old shoes on I --- .
: .... particularly those of a perish-! tors who may be present

'. : ANTHONY NOTESpecial.cOrrespondence hand to shower upon the couple when able nature, until the exposition,' Discussion of the above subject on : -
Ocala Banner. trey which will be attended by hundredsof the part of operators led by J. W. ROOM?
: Ihe South Lake Weir Sunday
... thousands of from all 'sec Ward Floral -
'- Antnony public school began Monday people City Fla; P. L. Weeks,
: : services Sun- -
school began their again *
September 3rd 'with an enrollment tions of 'the country and civilized Enyiile, Fla.; C. W. Chaise, Gainesville

of 94 scholars the first day with! day,. morning, after taking quite along I world, opens. This will be done at 'Fla.;, M. M Smith, Winter Park, Have you Everything you need for it?
: vacation. Let all take a handin I
the expense of the exposition com Fla.; R. J. Knight, Crystal Fla.
attend.. Prof. W. WesleySmith River
othcrs, _
t''e good'work.. ; We have recently received Fine
some Dining Room Furniture
principal assisted by Misses mislon and in order to secure credi- and W. J. Hilton. Live Oak Fla.
:; ; '. ; Mr. C S.Gates took Mr. H. D. Math- .
Sue Mllligan and Shelly Souter, gives table representation it Is 'the duty of Business Meeting. SUCH AS
: to Lake Weir to consultDr. '
ews Sunday ,
:. promise of. a year of faithful service the commissioners of every county in Report of committee on resolutionsand
Henry abouhls.little son.- CHINA
S ana profit to the schooL Florida to make preparations for having final acton upon all constitutionaland -
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their county represented at the executive matters TABLES
Efforts are made and will doubtless ;
'r 4: The Sunday school resumed operations -. -
fair, appointing a commissioner to>collect 3:00: o'clock -
be successful purchase an organ p. m.
: last Sunday. after the summer BUFFETS' and CHAIRS I
; for vae use of the school. vacation.; exhibits and making such an ap Report of committee on nomina- .

: The ladies of the Methodist Wo- Mrs. Richard Carter and litttle propriation.tt.. ..,.......1 ..'PYO is_n necessary" # .;_"n to, .defray,__ tions.1:"' _. .. _41 6 It will be a pleasure show them to you and eive von tmeesl I
r'-:: man's Missionary Society gave a reception daughter Willie have returned to v ""LU& .A.1'VALV ) Ul CiUiUlUUg a L I .w1LVa Vl uuicers ior ensuing

: on Tuesday evening at which Ui lr home In Fernandina. the fair. This should be done' at the i)ear.. .

and cak was served. September meeting. In this way the Unfinished .business. luummi\ \ ( tIMuirit
: : creau I }Ir. Fred Sigmon is making an extended -
: Miss Lillie Stewart and brother, visit at Mrs. S. D. Carter's.Mr. counties will be represented without Final adjournment.

: __ _'i: Willie have returned from a, visit of Thorwald Peterson, who is in cost at the great Jamestown Exposition Note-All operators,' factors and E. C.'\SMITH. C. V. ROBERT8.ll!

.. Balti- and the state will be. benefited others interested in
several months to. relatives in the naval stores
j the swine business; has recently pur 0 T1E.
__ _-:_ incalculably. industry' are urged to
iaore. actively participate -
chased a fine specimen 'of'fine thoroughbred -
; -F iTr. Brown's grist mill is again in stock. in 'the convention,' In' the discussion
; _; : Eggs are now selling for 30 cents !
/ and customers say of ,vital questions that Fifty Head of ':
.:t active operation Mr. S. Lehmon and Mr. C. B. Kil- dozen little may Fine Horses
per ; .some chickens little
of Seat meal and in
c- turning cut .some the lammade an overland. trip to the bigger than reaching satisfactory
partridges, were brought ,
: made in 'i he.county. Brick City" on Friday last. agreements for mutual protectionand I
: to office
-, Mrs. William Gwcott and'chlidren, EDWARD B. KII1LAM. our the other day and the interest HARNESS HORSES.

4_ '< after a .soJourn of.the summer with modest sum of thirty-five cents apiecewas A,. JX: COVINGTON, 0 FANCY RIDING HORSES. I, :
the price asked for them. It ;
A parents.here have joinedher husband GRAHAMVILLE ITEMS. 0 .,.., '. President., ; ,- ; 0 DRIVING HORSES.
seems to us that at these prices thefarmer's. .
'-- again In their northern home 7. A. HOLLQMAN, 0 0 .

--. A number of 'real estate transac- Special correspondence Ocala Banner. wives can make plenty of I 'Secretary. Lovers of Good, HorseFlesh Should See These. -
pin money to be put aside for a rainy 0 :
.' tions have, taken' place in the, last The following young people

k- ;.. few.. wdar8.1. spent, the past week on .a pleasant day. Bryan is in favor of the eight 1 have just cived and will put on the market two'carlo r

: -X v Tom Lamb will shortly occupy outing at Salt Springs Mr. and Mrs.R. We supply hour ,day. of..HORSES. some of which are well broken and suitable for any
can. you with shells on
-r ; < purpose. Part of these
s ;:::::>: the' Linorer ,place :which. he.has, purchase .. F. Rogers, jr., Misses ,America and short.notice in.any quantity and, save the steam'laundry. while horses may be seen at the; stable opposite

Dixie Pillans,, Messrs. _Porter, Pillans any oftbenrmay-te seen by calling on
-f-:: ; you money on tnenv Let us name you: : the pronbuncec me at my residence and 1thes _
c Mr. 1dner, will move to the. Alvater ,- and Gus Waters,' of Electra. Dr. B. ; nominee of the democratic farm-'phone,302. ;
: prices. Lang Swartz & Co.: z I party Mr 'A portion of horses
.' : 'feslden'e. F. iisk and Miss Nettle: Lisk of ? are unbroken, and on these
Bryan m stSnk; his individuality ahc
; prepared to
: give \
;- ; :, Mrs.> Butto has J ttfora .visit to. Grahamville, _Misses. Leila,, Mary and A New:; York police magistrate declared le; the states manage. their own ln- mystable :near, Ocala speca bargain price These: may be seen

; '- ;;' her parents,'!n South- Carolina.. Mrs. Pauline Pillans,. of Lakeland and Mr. the other day that "five out 1 ternal_. affairs.... "Local. self-govern Wagon Works:

.-, ': 1. :Chares,. :who. Vent. to ,Jacksonville John Rogers, of Lynn. of ten men who arrive in police'co1.qt ment" Is the"cardinal,doctrine"of democratic .
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HAPPENINGS ABOUT'TOWN.. Mr. Donald 'Ferguson, registration Mr. E. C., Dorsey came up from Not a Candidate. for' Fire Chief. WILLIAN JENNINGS ,
officer for the county, was In Ocala Holder,Saturday tomeet Mrs. Dorsey, BRYAN. MEETING OF THE "-, ,:;.tOr ';
Mr. Fred
: MI S3 j SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. Friday. who returned from her summer visit Vogt desires us to say r, BOARD OF TRADE.
i l V that the report that he is a,candidatefor
Local Editor. to relatives in Louisville In '96 when Bill .
: Ky. chief cams forth '.
fire is 'a' mistake: He Is -i-
T :Mr. and :Mrs. W. D. Cam and child- a
To slug the Friday's Dally.
ren have returned home candidate for no'office and is well'satisfied money bully ; .
from their .
Hon. J. C. B. Koonce
1" M1$ Esther Weathers' is visiting at visit to Daytona Beach. afternoon from Sumterville came up Saturday to with the' position he now 'ha$. The nation 'gasped from south to The board of; trade held an Important -.
31en'dale north meetingyesterday afternoon
0. : in
He for
was a long time fireman
a and
spend a few days with his wife and the ,
:, Good council chamber V
Mr. G. Davis of gracious ain't he wooly? ;
N. Summerfield, made a good one.Death ,
Mr.;;C. 0.' Fox is registered at theOala'House. was among the prominent Marion son at the. home of :Mrs. Frances. A. But since we've'killed the Silver Cow After reading of the:minutes Messrs. -

, :'" countyltes In the city Saturday Howse. '. '-t of An Old Citizen. > : And raised the Golden Heifer E. M. Howard R.: L. "Martin,' R. R.

;j On Friday afternoon little daughter Mr.'Elijah Grantham, an old.pioneer The "Cyclone from Nebraska" now Carroll, L. 'Brumbr and W. A. 4
M4 R. L. Martin has returned from a. V V
:Miss Ruth' Boney came home Friday citizen' of this county, died at the Is like an .April zephyr. Knight were proposed for membership -
an "outing" at Lake Weir.: was born to Governor and Mn :Napoleon ,. .
n from South Lake Weir, where she B. Broward in. T Tallahassee. home 'of his son-.in-law, Mr F. M.Matchett's and were duly elected." ; '* V

lIN Walter Yonge has returned spent a week with Miss Inez Gates. The little one ,is the eighth daughterof ; on' Wednesday August 22, 'Twixt William Jen-" Emmett' Robinson: R. R.. Carroll and

from an outing at Lake Weir. the Y 5:30'a.- m. He-.was in the 74th year:of Kings '-Bryan then W. J. Chambers were appointed '"a
1 < Mr. M. W. Ulmer, 'of Largo, large his age, and leaves, as' a legacy for And William Jennings now committee to- devise 'means. "'for in..' ;

Mr S.. A.. Standley. and the child turpentine operator, was among the :Mr. Frank W. Ditto has Just returned his family and friends the record of There Is.a ,dif. creasing the attendance. .* -

ren 'are back from Lake Weir. prominent visitors to our, city Friday.Mr from a trip down the. east coast, a well-spent life pie died of dropsy Ferenec, as if, Mr. G. C. Crom asked asked that a

{1' : :Mr F. :M. Harp, of Citra- taking in a number of' the largest and has peen sick 'for about sixmonths. The world had changed some how. .committee be appointed to meet with
Mrs. Marlow'' is back from High : partner
of Mr. Frank L. Watson in the 'aurpen- towns, and returning via Key West ';the' deceased leaves a daughter Mr. L. J. Brumby, the engineer, and
Springs, where she has been
her parents. visiting tine business was in Ocala Friday.He and Tampa, and says Ocala is". : the n four grand iilidren and a '''large For latterly he's seen some life himself to devise' the best methods ;of '

l\\ : was accompanied by his little "besjt yet. .'; circle, of friends to mourn his death. And ceased to travel steerage. naming and numbering streets
J '',{ Peace to his ashes. He's taken food with silver knife and prepare an 'ordinance and submit
MrJF.[ L. Rutland,, of Sumter'county son. :
continues: to make those interesting We regret that :Mr. W. 1.... Mattingbetter From plates of British peerage; the same to the city council for its .
known as "Peter': Stanlye': has .Off FoV New York; He approval and have
I j Visits to: Ocala. J. N. Tiller, another of our wealthy beneath his massive chin same to become'a1law.
n turpentine magnates. has gone to severed his connection with the-:Crys Mr. and Mrs., .Chas..,Rheiaauer will Fine-napUns hemmed and crested, '* _

Dr..,Grifflth and Mr. Ben]. Weathers, Hot Springs, Ark., to spen a few tal River News. Mr, A S. King' Is sail for New York on the .Apache next And gone to teas and luncheons In It seems that the houses: have '

of punnelldri.. were' prominent visitors weeks. the new editor of' this. paper to' jsuc- Sunday .from Jacksonville. They are An evening coat low vested. been imperfectly numbered: Mr; I* Ji

in ;:the city Thursday. ceed Mr. Martin. '., going solely;\on apleaSure.'trlp.: % Mr.. Brumby, 'editor of the Florida Fruits

Mrs. Elizabeth Husband of Florence R. has been confined strictly to his 'Twixt William wild and Truck Grower Is' making arrangements -J

1 .i Otto Lohrie H back .from ':'Fair-, S. .Cp is in, the city on a visit Mrs. J. Aikins and children leave own and the city's work for the past And William .mild. : to print a directory for the city, -:

field,, :where, he: has,,a.",, position' .with. to her.brother Mr. W.-T., Cole and today for Indian Springs, Atlanta and five years'. and tnlnks ,he has. earneda The gulf is nearly weird; end says that it will be useless unless
the,hardwood factory' ;"iw- : *' family.:' ',' other Georgia points: Mrs.
has been in poor health for':several thing and 'are' wishing for him and The Argent plank numbered. Mr. Brumby has recently

Messrs.. ': 'Knight and Lang recently V There was a man in Ocala yesterday months and takes this trip. .In the Mrs. .Rheinauer' ,most enjoyable trip. Is scarcely to.be feared visited-Galnesvtlle and Jacksonvillefor c
received a car load ofwagons and are from the country who had not hopes of improvement. '
s They will visit'New York Boston, purpose of Informing himself,
selling,,them very rapidly., .
t. :: heard that Agnew's bank, had failed. : StantononLake Coney Island and 'all 'the places of He rather thinks the mad.. muckrake as to the methods pursued in.those
Dr. H. G.
Spocneiy -
the "Merchant He had never subscribed for 'anynewspapers interest-Friday's Dfaly. V Is low and vulgar cities, and has familiarized himself, -
J r. Sim Brown, t Weir, Hon. A.. P.. Baskln and Mr.J. gammon; ;

V. Prince". of LeRoy, was, transacting C. Baskin, of Anthony, and Mr. J. He fears too much; reform: will make with' the ordinances relating there-i
Wants Another Train From Ocala "The common to. .
; Commoror" to '
business In Ocala Thursday. .x ,
Mr., Clarence Smith the original E. Stevens. of Fort. McCoy, were
M E. Robinson, the well l known traveling And If. you; have the hardihoodTo Mr. R.. L. Martin,was .appointed to
Bryan man of the .Lake Weir section, among the prominent visitors numbered
Mr.;; G. B. Tankersly, the' Coleman man, has secured many signatures mention "Soclalsm,7 represent the board 'of trade on this
was in Ocala yesterday. We are sorry itWas In Ocala Saturday.Mr. .
capitalist, was shaklna hands, with to 'a:'petition which he has been Bill whispers: "Hush" and touches committee. .-* ;. _f it
not him
possible nor to be present -
his Ocala friends Th\.day. circulating, addressed to General Passenger woodAnd Mr. C. L. Bittinger, the .
.. at the reception tendered this John Miller, who has been with
Agent". T. C. White of the Atlantic reads iis catechism. said that he had ''been requested to
: American. the Atlantic Coast Line fn this city
Mrs. Jamei ,.and little
\4Watxr i Perry: Coast Line: bring the matter of having Ocalaand.
for some time past, left Saturday for
; daughter,jtZeida,. have"at returned* froma Mr.. Alf ,E. Owens,who made.Ocala Atlanta, where he has accepted'a' po- K (.!it on asks that a 'new' train When Bill was, keen, Marion'countyrepresented at the state

visit. to" ,Meads- S arr. his' home' fast winter land who left siton. He is a splendid young fellow be put ca' by' the':Coast Line, running For "Sweet SIXteen"Her fair' 'and urged that the board ,,.jof,

'Mr./.K'0- J ;Tcrdokwho: has. been here some months ago for Seattle, and his friends here'will miss him. from o ala and'connect ng-'daUy' with hand he archly,,, prayed; trade'give the same Its endorsementIt -

ipendiagthe"past'. ," ,? ''' :,,month.... in the "Sa p- Wash.., has returned to this city. Mr. : the Fort'Myers train at Lakeland, thusallowing'persons'from But. now .he ,tries.those 1 WI.S stated by several the mem-

'pblrtT 4/Cowtry"' ," ,has returned home. Owens .has again acpected a position. Mr. James C.. Smith has rented half Ocala, Juliette, Goo. ,goo. eyes,; .? hers that 'the reason so little Interet j
,1>>' Dunnellon1and other points to come Upon another is manifested in the state.,fair by the
'if" with the undertaking department of of the residence, of Dr. A. R. Toph on maid. :
im gaebrnatcrial nominee elect ofAliiawTk Messrs. Mclver and MacKay.:. His South Third street and he and Mrs. to Tampa and spend'tour hours; returning : citizens of this county who were ,so4
: named Braxton Bragg. He family will Join him: later. Smith begun housekeeping Saturday. the 'same afternoon. For William's dreamy. power have enthusiastic on* the subject a year _

mMttave..been .born In the early Since their return from their wedding *r. Robinson, has' one' petition 'sign- brought .'. ago Is because of the length of time ? e:

paitjfttw'civil' : .j. Mr.. Conner, representing- the Van trip they have been boarding at Mrs.. I fed' 1s;; traveling'melf, another by business Some hankerings appalling the 'state fair is to be in session. It, '

t' .... r- r 'I _- ; Camps Canned, Goods,, Co., of Indianapolis McClimond's. men naval! .stores. and phosphatemen And half way 'round the world he seems that .the fair.wilLhold its,doors

oijrwmsier.wanderers" are- now re Ind.; Is in Ocala He has placedhis ,sand ,still another by the .patrons thought open this year for a period of two:* t

ture. 'evefy. -/day; Mr. John" WilllamDI goods with the wholesale firm of Shaw Thompson, the defendant in of the road generally.. He thinks the He heard his party caning:. weeks'and the exhibitors. of live stock*

Lang, Swartz ,& Co., and will-remain Coast Line will grant the "Come .back and machinery that this
aft:Jtimily, who have. been sumrind the famous petition before the, !afe Insane say will
Shaw-Thompson case, ....
..__ __ .. .
r :'M,"';Seabreezef> returned yes here for a fortnight and assist this II which was tried in this city last January when the extent of the demand for it .nas mane'L anoiner oungie; make it entirely '.expensive, d.. V _

,Cerday. firm in placing these well known and created so much interest and is, realized.-Tampa Tribune. Come, Prophet on a special train, there is 'general disposition pot. to

goods on the market. To ead'us from the Jungle have our county represented there
excitement, has been granted a new .,
V We notice the experiment is to b e The Lake Welr'Excurslon.r'rom this year, ., ViVV:
trial the court of Florida.Mr. f.
Mrs. J. P. Hilburn, who has been by supreme .
tried in Baltimore in>October of de- Friday's" Dally., Such words .of cheer It is understood. that the board! of
R. L. Anderson is Thompson's at
lirering letters ln an auto;' The Ocala spending most of the summer at Mont- Yesterday was the end of the half ,On William's., earLike county. commissioners informally disc

'Daily Banner .was delivefed'! the past eagle, Tenn., is now at Trinidad, Col. torney. holiday season and a great many took words of promise glisten; ussed this matter at It.s,last meeting,

'week. in ..,an .auto., The Banner leads. Her son.Oscar, Is on his way .back to Will Go to Panama. advantage of the' 'cheap' excursion to The echo cOmes and decided, not to, make an appropriation. -,. _

in these, kinds,.:'of stuntsthers. to!Sutherland Lake Weir and visited that lovely Of distant, drums:. l. -,,
this :Messrs. Edward Tucker and James
where he will attend
low. ';" college and attractive spot 'It were' easierto And Bill sits.up to listen. The board of trade however, referred
( ._ season. Mrs. Hilburn enjoying ,excellent Farris, of this city,, expect to leave : .
mention those who'did'not c go rather this' matter to the .commltttee-tpn r
; v Mrs 0, 8.:(Scott' and Miss '..LouiseScott health and has spent a most Wednesday for Panama, where. theyhave than those who did. There were one'. Collier's; Weekly. publicity ,with instructions to sound"the ,

;- wfiq; have been jpWding the delightful season. accepted positions with the'electrical hundred and"' f rto 1e whole' tickets leading .clt1zensot the county and

'part ,thre,:\Veeks at Seabreeze hav department of the United States and forty-one half tickets sold and I Sunni'-Jim'." Petition. make 'a report to the board at its
Mr.' Emmett Cowden who has been
'returned;;i Dome? .: ',' ., .t spending the' summer with relativesat government. perhaps some went)who\ f ;1A4 to purchase '(By L. J. ''Brumby..) next;regular meeting. >; ,.. ?

.J tickets. ., In the Banner of Thursday The:question of. ,which .
The 0. K. Moves. t morning sewerage wa
Father Bottolaclo, and)sister., ;[ at his old home in Tennessee has returned Grocery
Before 'the band rendered appeared clipping from the to have been'discussed at the
leaving a meeting
; been spending to Florida and is in. Ocala for The 0. K. Grocery Is now In ,their
Bottolacio have '
time. visiting who' Palatka.. and.' St; a ,tew days.. Mr. Cowden taught in new quarters-In the stone store several airs which Were'. much. ap Tribune relative. to a petition,'now being yesterday was deferred until the next
Jn yesterday. the Oala public school last year and building Just erected by Mr. T, H. predated and especially by the pasS: widely' circulated, asking the At regular meeting as Mr. s. A, Rawls.,

Augustine, returnedrhome Wallls opposite the Methodist church engers ,on the Dunnellon short .and lantic Coast, Line railway to inaugurate hairman of said 'committee, bas. a
: They had delightful vacation made, many,friends here who are sorry ,
V a very the south bound"-A L. train a new passenger schedule resolution in preparation but the:
V '- that he will not teach here again. He having moved September first. They 9. : They: : betw'een ; <,

EV' Mrs. A. L. 'Webb and her litttle has accepted the principalship of- the will be glad to see all, of their custou- did not know that we'hid such a' fine this city and 'Tampa same is not yet finished and he.asked

who band in Ocala. The band certainly If, I understand 'the new' propositonthe for further time. .
daughter, Hester, have been'Pfndlng Inverness public school and will enter mers at their new place of business.Dr. '
Moateagle makes fine music and Ocala !I. -..- new train asked for' will leave Other matters were informally discussed
tne summer' at upon his duties there in a few'weeks..
v is now at, Beliebuckle Ten. visiting 1;t Leltner to Open Dental Parlors.Dr. right to feel proud of It.'The'trip Oala about ,7 a. m. and return. about and the meeting*was an interesting

relatives.. They are expected home at Mr. L. J. Brumby,. editor of the Dozier Leitner, who has been' to Lake'Weir was thorougly -. 8 p. m., giving all. passengers' a stay and profitable .one. Quite a

V the end of the week. Florida ,Fruit Grower and Trucker, this city for the past year will soon enjoyed. Nearly, everyone was in of tour ,hours in Tampa.. Remarkable number were. in attendance. .

is back from a,visit to Gainesville and associated with Dr. J. E. Chace in the water almost as soon as the train as it seems it la': claimed this petition -i -, i

1i f CapU and Mrs. T. H. Johnson and I Jacksonville. He Is getting out a enter business for himself. He will stopped. has received signatures from 'Secured the-.Contract. ..* .

their daughter. Miss' Clara Johnson, special edition of his paper and was have an office in the new Holder block The bathing cannot be excelled any the merchants of' Ocala, 'Dunnellonand Mr. Otto Mente. -of the Standard

are enjoying, the summer: most .'d: away in the.. interest of the, sam which is now being remodeled. As where. After enjoying ,the bathingthe other towns In this ;territory and Electric Company, of Jacksonville,

lightfully, They' have been_ at, GlennSprln'Ci While In Gainesville he visited the soon as these elegant offices are balance of the time was taken up I. along; the. proposed route. who is general superintendent the

; fS. C. and are now 'at Hen- Cal lsrin Stock Farm and other places ready for occupancy Dr. Leitner will in boating and strolling: along the I can conceive.of no one. thing that construction department, 'has secured

t dersonville, N. C. and later will go of interest. He says that the "Uni have the latest and most up Jto date beach. could be so fraught with injury to,the the contract for wiring the Holder, '

; ,to Waynesvllle. versity City" is growing steadily and dental parlors fitted up. The band kept things lively with appropriate retail trade,, not .only of. Ocala. but .of building, formerly 'the Marion block

I --V V back solidly. Mr. Brumby placed a good I Dr. Leitner Is a splendid young airs and altogether the day every town south of this city until the There will be thirty rooms to wire

Mr. J. T. Lancaster is from a deal+(of business in,, both, cities. man and has made many friends in was an exceptionally delightful one. corporate limits of Tampa are reach and the same wilt be done in the most
section..He.rsap i
a nip to the Falrfield >' y .l..7 Ocala who wish him a very successful Unfortunately a heavy downpour ofrain ed. Improved manner. Since' leaving .
that the trade mentioned'byth'Bancer < =
pos'toffice 'at career. began about five o'clock and Certainly merchant Ocala Mr. Mente has been working for
F eras a little premature; that itcha y The Fellowship was every and, individually
discontinued Friday. It was one of never let up until'Ocala was'rceahed. every property owner, in the Standard Company and has 'developed -
not yet been pulled off. The notice VinsonWilliams.The .
V as the oldest postofflces in the county, Ocala, would'be damaged; Every cus into one of the most expert
wasisent ttf. us thpugbfrom.. wthought e Well Worth Trying.
a louree having been established before or quiet marriage of Mrs. AgnesL. W H., Brown, the popular pension tomer of Mr. M. E. Robinson and his and accomplished electricians in the

; reliable : Immediately after the'war. :Mr. Wm. Williams to Mr. A. W. Vinson, of attorney, of Pittsfield, vt., says:"'"Next associates among the traveling men employment of that company. '

Mr, E. W Agnew. who is now a resIdent DeHon has been the postmaster for Lady Lake, was solemnized at the to' a pension, the best thing to'get is who are not active in circulating this The Holder building will have among
home of the bride, near town, Thurs? Dr. King's New Life PIUS He writes: other up-to-date furnishings an elets
of Lake Weir. spends a part of the past two years, but other business in splendid petition will be personally injured.In .
each week in Ocalav iHe says'the lake forced him to give It up and no one day afternoon at 4' o'clock: Rev. A. "They hea,1tht kept Quick my cure for headache. the sixteen years I have residedin tric elevator, the first one of this sort

b a most attractive place, and; if one else was, found who was willing to M. Daiger, officiating. The happy constipation and' biliousness. 25 cts. Ocala I have 'never known a railroad to be erected" in Ocala and perhapsthe

y observes the rules ,of health it Is ,almost shoulder the; responsibilities for the the night in town, leaving Friday for Guaranteed at Tydings & Co.'s drug schedule to be put in operationthat first one in any of our interior.

k. impossible to get'si V. lie takes small:: amount of pay attached to the Atlanta and other points of Interest store.: m ,I did not have a more or less in- cities. ; -

a plunge bath in the Jake twice daily< office so .it has been discontinued. The Advocate extends congratulations. Havana Tobacco I in Florida. jurious effect 'upon our retail trade. Mr; Mente has secured' the contract _
.Williston Advocate. for putting In the Dunnellon plant-in
,. .' I think your .agricultural and other Not 8O.manrye&rs ago we controlled J
"'" Ir. E. M. Howard' -is' back from Au-- Rev H.: a Martin of Fort McCoy? :, The bride as Mrs. Williams lived readers 'will, be interested' our success the trade of Citra, Orange Lake, competition with four other compan.

dale where he has been to look was a visitor to our city Friday. He for some time in Ocala. In May, with in growing ,Havana. .and Sumatra Mcintosh and points in the..n rthern ies. ,

i V after his handsome orange?grdve.;! Hehu is the. youngest looking man for his her daughter. Miss Lou Elole Williams leaf tobaccoof, ".finest. grade.' Our, crop end of our ,county The inauguration '

about fifty acres and, it is sald age in the county. His hair is' as she moved to Jacksonville and of thirty acres has been gathered.air- of a schedule that enables the it The Breath"'of Life
is fact that the
a significant
I to be as handsome'-"a fcroYeas there black asa; crow.and in his movements for the past month or more has been cured and boxed, and the last box people of 'Citra. Oak Lawn. Orange strongest animal of its size the ..gorilla ".

is In the state. TbeSrhIte, fly$for hV is as active as an athlete. He with her married daughter near Wil will be ;Chipped today. Our 'thirty Lake Mcintosh and other points to also has the laifest lungs. Pow- '
'tunat is not'a liston. She is also the mother of::Mr. and spend several hours in, Gainesville, erful lungs means powerful creatures.
? ly ,30,000
.. ., ... visitor to that- sec- taught school for twenty years in .v acres yielded about, .pounds,
this Jesse Williams, of this'city ; fourth of and get their breakfast and How to keep the breathing organs -
county and furnished nine teachers i this .Is our, <<; years delivery supperat '
right should be man's chiefest study.
; for our public 'schools-four sons Ocala friends of,.both T the bride. {:and .the crop ;at 40 cents?per poundpole- home, has lost Ocala much of that Like thousands of others. Mrs 0. 1.I -

"'-< r. and Mrs. Lee MiUerfwho'llave. ) 'and five daughters. He has also serv the groom unite with the Advocate' in.. cured unassorted: ,in 'large bundles trade., I Stephens, of Port Williams. 0., has

Cbeen spending the most' of" the 's,m ed as 'superintendent for four year. extending. congratulations.. i iforty leaves, the number we put on 'A railroad schedule can hurt or learned how to "do this. She writes:
\ "Three bottles of Dr King's New
.mer Wyethville, Va, returned home He went..from the school room into Sick /Headache. a string attached to a>lath). The stalks benefit' town. Are we going blind Discovery stopped my' cough ofwo

.yesterday ...They. .enjoyedi everdaT'p: i the; pulpit and tew preachers have This disease is caused by a derangement have all been, pulled up and'we will Let us do'something to bring people ,years and cured me of what my -

; their Jsit( | ;,"ht weather as''dellghtifetk t don'e;greateriQr.more effective; missionary of the stomach. Take, A plant string, ,beans, cucumbers; cabbage to Ocala:and.not :to take them away. II friends thought consumption. 0, its

.: V.. 'Oolthe ,fetnln, bome tie' *$* ;"work ;fle]!? a wonderful man.. dose'of Chamberlain's stoma'; and lettuce an4tarnips: on tate' 'lisa 'Tho'JiellUo above referred' to .Ism !grand for throat and lung-ttfitibltL"
Liver Tablets to correct this disorder Guaranteed by' Tydings Co, drugs
; UedCbattano8a..Atlanta. and'othe'r Air Martin will begin protractedmeeting : .E. Embry serious blow to Ocala and is struck :
a for winter crops-W. a .
/ ; and the sick headache will. disappear: J' -" gists. Price SO cents and $1,00.. Trial/
,/Iacea. at Citra next week. For sale"b; all druggists m New York WoriC, -; ,, below the belt V bottle free..! m..7,
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# tessns Ithe side of/simple, 'effiac- j

; ON;' BRYAN\ doamj upright ,governmentIikethetwinge ; f

c.f e !horse in the Irish legend 5
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"imposslMe to catch and not worth
t.i 1,) : '- i: 4 .Ii:$ : ? 'r.

; The Great Nestor. of. the Southern Press, Re.. having, ,,Bryan when will caught"Mr be the, next demo- a i
:: -" "
=1 ; F "- cratic nominee for president of the Y

: views Bryants: Madison Garden Speech;' ; I United States
-- ---. 'heartily. We shall work for his .
unceasingly, and we want, to.. see.

Barely ha i- the*caSe of the pie by .a company? Are i. body him' elected. 1Two 'years lie' beforeWCtatrhicnrto *' The, Proof. Is in- the Chewing.

of railway ..fifflcials,,:extending from -
set our' house in order
the-plutocracy, the .masses a IQ-cent plug rof
end rife land toahe Thewholesom&ffcvoranddelightThat's
one of. and, to build. our fences. Theyshoulg ,
af..mat. the'classes,\ireceiyed,.Buefcjanexhaustive : : ly: to' be less partisan' and corrupt, be -devoted' first' of all- to a rut appetizing aroma.of the tobacco SCHNAPPS is more eeorion'icalgrown

'and''' convincing treatment' when employed by a party in, power thorough discussion of the new tenet in the famous Piedmont tothan a much larger plug of cheap

.u was bestowed upon It by the eloquent bent on retainingIts power, than whlch'MI' 'Bryan proposes; a discussion belt continues -to create and tobacco.

and el& rate'JPeen of'Mr. Bryan when employed by a corporation of passionless and, fair.alike to him bacco chewThat's SCHNAPPSWin,3 all _

Garden. stockholders, exercising at least some to ourselves and to the principles of popularize'man's fondness for
Madison Square the rich because
at chewers : .
j supervision and made up of I all sorts democracy.It ing tobacco. Lovers of real tobacco classes
The occasion and the, ,man were find chew to. re%
I and conditions.of pepplet \, they do net a
which democracy Is our opinion that the party can the good thing along -one
met. That pass
.. completely set railway service .under its control,and not afford to break new 'ground. makes another chewer un- please them better'at any price; the
is, and hopes to be was .there chewer'
the telegraph service under its control Enough of opportunity and duty lies they get their money'sand
and candor ; chewers
forth with such 'power til there are now many more poor,
: 4' of re-inforcing a standing arym 9f upon the .surface to engage it If it real chew and
which must impress'reflective men chewed worth of the snappy
of tobacco
tliaU.the"pe.aker'uttered partisan retainers already. drilled and wins in 1908 it, must show a. grasp more pounds ,
whether they agree w found in the highly sweet-
every tort, net
'not in the field, what show would a partyon upon the things that are psaible and 'to the population, in those 'States '

do not or destroy the the outside have ,of, electing its the.situation ,as Ills#,:abstaining from where SCHNAPPS tobacco was first ened mixtures. Neither the rich nor
If the people
Money Devil the Money Devil will nominees except at. the end.of a."revolution alleged cure-alls and undertaking ,only sold, than there arty in the States the poor wish to chew tobacco so

? what appeals to, the common .sense sweet that its true flavor
V' been intensely
destroy the 'people; their :'moral nature where SCHNAPPS has not yet
The incident of stateloWD.ership.of: and common honesty of the people. lost
and their quality are
their public character 'Offered to the trade. and tooth-preserving
state'lines, which Mr Bryan throws as Louisville .
institutioni that was the key word "SCHNAPPS"tured
free choice selections of well maLook for the
to the old.democratic theory of Only

note. It'.is the cue Governor to'what r' Folk Mr. said Bryan -, I a state sop rights, is the ,merest item. It Cough Remedy,.One of thoroughly cured tobaccos, on the tag, and on the plug under the
said to
takes none ,of the centralizing the Best on the Market Piedmont and then you have it-the most
famous tag
a Thomas said away in, the
and to what Augustus ;. For many years Chamberlain'sCougb grown ,
four picked and marked men, taken features,, of, the government owner Remedy has constantly gainedIn tobacco belt, are used 'in making wholesome tobacco produced, with

from the'most} typical and enlightened ship of ,the: trunk-Imes. The. federal favor and popularity until it is now SCHNAPPS. just enough sweetening to preserve
of the most staple medicines in .
Idea carried to its Ultima Thule
rank and; file of contemporary American no further in; consolidating 'the use and has enormous,sale. It is in- Thafs why it has a better quality the quality and bring out the flavor '
citizenship.Mr. go tended: especially for acute throat and flavor that
real tobacco st n-
decl&redthat powers of government.. Under' theo system lung diseases,. such 'as coughs,.colds and more lasting flavor than thethe' t

.;Augustus, Thomas he, advocates the goventment of and croup, and can always be depended tobacco formerly sold chewers, at ulates'and satisfies

. he was clad that. England' :.recognizing public opinion, upon'which, 4n spiteof upon. It is pleasant and safe to for Sold at 50c. per pound in 5c. cuts. g
, now
Christian statesman double the pricethey pay
,Mr. ,I Bryan as a I take and is undoubtedly the best in
,- had called, him the "Gladstone organized money the people yet re- the market for the purposes for whichit. SCHNAPPS._ Strictly lOc. and 15c. plugs. :
certain hold would. ebecome a
tain a ; is Intended. Sold by all drug

r of America. tyranous partisan autocracy,the presi- gIsts., m J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Salem, N. C.
There is much to support, the analogy dent as puissant as a monarch, and R. ,

Mr. was the most 'MARTEL JOTTINGS,
: ; Gladstone the people the merest.appendages of v

captivating personality of. his day before the politicians. The' land would Correspondence Ocala, Banner;

a British audience. Mr.Bryan lik bristle with officials the spirit; of Farmers are gathering their co/n 1 1I

"_ f wise before: an American, ;audience. the time with officialism. We would crops,, which are turning out well.

Mr. Gladstone had the reputation of -literally. Jumping;: fromi.the' frying I There is some. I' sickness. in. Martel, -

being i the ''bravest., Sand sincerest of oan into the fire. < but none of a serious nature. Y

men. So has Mr.. .Bryan. Mr. Gladstone Thomas Simpson, of Newberrycame
Is' there not some better way'of
wu wont when he drew his .I vto Cotton .Plant ,the past week
bringing'the"railways under the 'com- .
sword,' to throw the scabbard (away. and ,celebrated his 56th mile post
plete subjection of We'law? : Grant ; What Kentucky Girls Think of Eu
That seems ,Mr. Bryan's methooVMr.Gladstone ; their ''think P!,M. Barco and wife left today for i
that many of 'magnates rope. .
to fault, Newberry to visit their daughters and "
; ,was outspoken, a ;
: th mselTes'above' the law. Grant Scotland and Switzerland;
eloquent to .a fault, Imprudent, to;?adecree. grand children,
that many of them, seek. to pleasing countries..
= We fear we must so describe H. W, Long met the Masonic Temple
evade the't'1aw.. Grant that Scotch people, most cordial,
committee in the grand secretary's.
Mr, Bryaa.k
;: : they put their attorneys in the Swiss,. people, most interesting., .
is, office in Jacksonville, }'la.,
His speech ofIThursday.n1ght a I .. ,
state legislature and' tfffcongiess"todo < English men., best looking. '
{ great !speech. 'It, contained ..matterenema August 28,,8,p. fl l. which unanimously 'anddon't
their will in shaping l legislation English,/wome4 worst dressers; Bilious ?
', to ,engage, the ,thoughts!'of ', agreed upon the data ,for their. reportto
suit themselves? that: ;put'theirittorneys know. how to put on their belts,
people and parties and statesmen for the grand; lodge, .a ..copy; of which
on the'' benchto 'construe 1. and they have big flat feet.
a decade to come. It h&lfthe x me. iil.be, mailed. to, ,each. parficuiarllodge The only sure cure fo1constipation'
ie in their own interests1thattheir women artificial; powderand
laws Parisian
diet he proposed be :attained.we.shall of the state as soon/as .it can and Biliousnessthat
disposition Is' to1 sometimes lord rouge. penciled! _eyebrows; and
h'TI"aaUed but of the trough of the be printed> so as to enable them 'toinstruct is i
it over those who have ono recourse. false hair. more. common than. any pleaEalt, natural
sea of Mammon and te riding fullriKed their: representatives how to "
Grant all this.Is human nature be reversed place on the maps and safe isRAMoN'S
the billowy midocean of.demon vote in the primaries. "
by: a change. of masters and French women insipid..critical and
Martel Lumber
The Company broke
It is .with positive lamenting '
: racy. and"'will 'these they'stare' and rude
pf wearing apparel undersized; are .
that we read mark and lnwardly.dl- Its rec rd'by sawing over a 'million
, same men-or: their successors observe in their comments. x
gest what he says, of the purchaseand feet, of lumber dufrng: August 1S 4
less of the despotism of:oppor- = French newspapers, sharp and unmannerly
The school today under r
public ownership the railways, Mattel; opens 1
nunity and ;place under: the general / ; their, reporters. "perfect AND TONIC
because we not only think it the favorable auspicesA. & .J 1 _

height of unwisdom from the,political i corporations government ?than. under.* the several- .M. "Bush, -has perhaps. 'the best pests.Germans" ,. most t sterling. ,. stolid, sincere The Pflls stir the lazy live to '

point of view but I of': error from ,the six acre lot of cotton in the county. '
; action the Pellets clean
Mr. Bryan speaks of theEuropeanrailwaysUspecialiy one'thousand sort of people.
democratic and :republican point of .. He picked out poundsand '
: :, the railways' in running ItO ,keep it picked out BUT- all impurities out of the body,
x Tiew.WeU'ma'Mr. and Austria-as if he con American, ,the BEST EVER ,and _
Bryan doubt whether Germany as fast as it grows. so that the liver and all the
"the country' ready for this change,", sidered their administration more sat- The Masonic lodge at Martel had Kentucky, God's own state.

whether-t majority of my own party isfactory than ours 'WhY: .in those .I an interesting. meting, last Friday. "To Cure a Felon" other organs act properly. V j

favor It,", though ,it :may, be conceded. countries where ''rulershlp exists' hot night; iniaUated one candidate and : says Sam Kendall, of Phillipsburg,

that "an Increasing number of the by suffrage but by right divine "nere passed three. Kan., "just .cover' it over with Buck-

members of all the parties see, in the. bureaucracy is a system"of Yed-- Joe buckle, rho now lives in Georgia len's Arnica Salve, and the Salve will No Griping -w

the remedy,for tape unknown- and' nndieamed'of' bypur brought his little child to'Martelto do'the rest" Quickest 'cure' for burns,
public ownership sure
wounds, NoPurging
boils; scalds, piles
: sores ; IF
discriminations between persons and people, and the civil service be 'treated. h by" Dr: Veal, but 'the little Eczema, salt rheum. chapped hands

politics'and for the extortionate jrates changeless from sovereign to sovereign .one:d1.edpd will'betakenbacktoGeorgia sore,feet and sore:yes. Only 25 ets.

for the carrying' of ,freight.and pad: the railway! : system. !/'merely a for: burial.Well at Tydings &' Co.'s drug store. Guar"; just a natural .casy

sager" the Increasing, ,number"embracing part and parcel!:of the monarchy, a anteed. m common-sense Treatment -'

for the most part those sure arm of the central- power, the Worth'Trying. WHEN I AM DEAD. which never fails '
same as'the army Publie'opinion has : W. H. Brown, the popular pension .
who'fall to'differentiate between the ( attorney,.of Pittsfield., says; "Nextto to cure.
'do' Parties''havehqfhing"to
,of the railways service nothing to with the best thing to get Is 'i 'if
r administration a pension When am dead, men can say
with Its too frequenttdlsregard.1ofprint. [ ':'d'o with It, There are no Dr King's New Life Pills." He writes: "He helped the world upon Its way, Special 1 Offer. ,

I rights,. and the relation of the, 'I presidential. elections. Such legislative "They health."kept Quick'my cure family, for in headache splendid .With all his faults of word and deed Cut,the"Litt1 Doctor" out /l{] I
,bodies as"'eDst have their limita and mail to us, with the
to, .the '
basinets of transportation constipation and biliousness. 25 cts. ,,Mankind: did have some, little need r
The'throne'hold's line of and
tions. ; a upon name your druggist f
_ character and conduct of the government i.Guaranteed" at Tydings. & CoYs drugstore. Of what he gave"-then in my .grave 'poumaphaveaWeek'sTieatment -
and everybody, and puts '
everything m
of ,the country. No'greater honor shall I crave. of the Pills and Pellets
its sign rnanuel apoa' all public ser
Mr. Bryan's :scheme as'.we with cur compliments. 1
i"et fines there FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. .
.vants. the trunk are no
Is confiict.with his ,
5 proceed to show, "' If they can say.lf.they, but can-
Ramon's Brownie
better lines Calendar-Free
hanaged'thak our trunk !,
philosophy with 'the.'real. tenor and : What They are Doing)In the,Land of He,did ui's best, he'played. ,the'.than, :,
burthen of, his argument ,against the and, if Mr, 'Bryan, found 'It "pleasant His ways straight' his soul was with Weather Forecasts< ana Almanac information. Given with your bt
were ;
the Graepfruit ,and the Pine. :
plutocracy proposing to enlarge, rath- and convenient to 'travel all 'the' ayfJ'C clean purchase cf Ramon's Liver Pills arid Tonic Pellets.

Constantinople"to'' "Vienna without The largest acreage In celery ever ; Provm Manufacturing
and $n Company
its Influence
er than to-abridge His failings'hot unkind nor mean
; ; St. Louia.Mot ,,,.
an a change ol cara.,may'not t fie fled known is being put in at Sanford. CreenoviUe.
and"to multiply its agencies
area He loved his fellow man and tried
Id Guavas are selling for 75 cents, a
time it equallypleasant'end ,
hundred fold, whilst at the same : TC help them-111 be satisfied.
removing, the, government further travel alt the way from 'Chicago to crate of tnree-fourths' of a bushel at ? ..
...away from the,'reach of J tljp' people San Francisco. or from WashingtonCity Georgianna But when I'm' gone, if even one Ocala House Wine Rooms.J
f' and the pressure. of public. cplnlonf* to the 'City of Mexico' on the Good orange boxes can be Can weep 'because my life is done .
conditions?' Eau Gallic for 14 1-! cents in car ,
: It is. Jess, not more government same And feel 'the world is something bare :
national In 'this presentment of the case we load lots delivered
which .we, need both from the there-
Because I am no longer '
-.the. state capitals. 'We waive'the 'practi a and business considerations Quite a few new pines guavas and ---- TRY OUR0LLEGHANY-----
capital and
CaU knave-my lIfe'm sspentNo -
4mudtitude 'the' matter of, purchase, grape are on the Eau Gallic market, me
suffer, .from, ; .of Apolitical ; .. ,matter, I shall be content.
traceable 'to cost and adjustment; the creatiton of all home grown. :
disorders more .or -New York Press. OLD ,
: branch of the pub- Fancy pineapples' continue to be .
the--complicated machinery of :government a new and gigantic: d

and ,from too much power lic, service; the,education of .the,people shipped from Punta, Gorda in large Lame Back. .

lodged ,In hands; either, dishonest,' or 'to a toile revolution ..of prevail: quantities and are bringing fair This is an ailment with which -i .

; ing methods and conceptions. prices., Chamberlain's Pain Balm has proven "'

Inefflcelnt Its, ,,mysteries. Tne,, inexplicable tariltls'inInstatice.,and 'profound simply, express the opinion. that pub:, QUite' a number of, piens are being ''especially nistance, it valuable.affords prompt In almost and permanent every : t>: .:: ; PURE RYI

,.protect'.It. The birds of prey, lie ownership.is not..a remedy for any shipped. from Delray .to, the. northern relief. Mr Luke LaGrange,, of '

which have made "it their abode and existing abus rthal- would ,aggra-, markets. The fall ,anl winter crop Orange, Mich.says; of ,Ut "After using '

which 'fatten pon its concessions;' vate 'every, form :.of' existing abuse, .will be :quite heavy: a plaster and other remedies! three :!

.hands of.the Jim Howell, 'of Anthony. cleared. up weeks for, a lame back, I purchased'a, ti..R ., .
castles In'the fastnesses that it would put'tUthe: ;; : Put.up
their robber -
build : 4
a, cants and melons and J.: bottle of Chamberlain's Pain 'Balm;, ,, Qts
of the "Ion
of Its schedules, and fire In party in chance, possession and two applications' cured me." For ,

safety upon the people from the crags government power,untold and danger D. McDuffy, an up to date successful sale:by:all,druggists m, :'
presidentof farmer and trucker was a close sec inFancy Cartoons
made ous-to liberty making.the
its classifications.Mr
} and denies. by our :
A pair'of White House sbo a
Bryan,has,,been a membervpf the : the United States more, potential ond. will make your feet glad. New low

Ways and 'Means Committee: and [that the,autocrat, of all'the.Bussians C. Burd & Sons have bought the Quarter 'styles Just, in: for. men ..and Delivered at h
3 -acre pine tract''' of Capt .C. T. women. ,The t,
organizations.behind Fair your
4 knows full well how hopeless It Is and the, partisan .
tangled web him irremovable except.at: the end..ola f Brown,, of Delray. iflis. is' one of the -

to of'a system ot taxation'that". .ought. to- .' revolution. only too likely Jo;\ e'.of- largest wineries in that section. Mr. Jc1.rt4'nJ' MAL'KAi' ., .:" i Express Office -: 7
Burd has now 'C0'acres of -
pines. '
read Land
child might '
be so simple a
_ in. :Ilopkihs & Sons, pineapple growersof ,, .
understandIL: What may we'expect; The suggestion .a ,plank .a '

,, 0 when to the/complications -of 'the democratic .pla.tform'at, :thia-time. ia. Ankona, are' increasing' their acreage For 3.20 m

tariff are.joined tbejcompllcations'.of not only. Impracticable ian thee highest aridj now' have in 21 acres.. The'
r= but-.H it were.adopted pines are all of the Red Spanish variety
sertiee?' What, when ihe degree: '.

the enormous.railway. )money .Interests' -'involved a fighting- line would cost, us ,the 5 crates.-New.and they 'expect to have ProdueeNews. fully FUNERAL'I3IR Regular JOQ a Quart :Whiskey} ; write f
carried ( York
by the tariff rite supplemented With the ejections :Ucould.notbe- ..- out d

:=* enormous :money::.Interests': :"Involved; as a policy even- if by somejcataclysm ioRB. Complete Price; list T

; by .railways, ?. we;should come to,. ower in ,spite. ,of . :
or Louisville Ky:, 'wants the1 next 'national I' -
it"and it ought not to be .adopted. .
Are,maa:In" '\he.' ,'uniform5, ": '.'of1. the. as' a poijey, by parity' ,1 c democratic c nnut OI We hope Have a full stuck of Oofllna..4:Ca8k t,
f Ocala
+ ; .ser- contemplated any ; and Burial Outfits. .8 Ia1 given to House
-r: :moreper having jthe.reaIhgood, of, thepeopleet she wilfgef: it and'that her peerless Burial services: .. '. .: Wine oom5i j;
heart. It is un-American and"un-; editor. Colonel Watterson, will put :
,. more capable more '" mate. Emh l .I g,: to ; Order '
f democratlc-dldogical to, au 'our pro.a on,the ticket as Bryan's running fry' :t <>, ; .' ,OOALA FLORIDA. ,
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Local Editor.Ocala' I In SU Andrew's church yesterday

'evening at 8 o'clock Miss Edna Maude The Pensacola Journal Reviews His Madison .

Tucker and Mr Harvey' Barnum

'a vacation.at mayor Grayson is still Springs enjoying Ky.his [Dunn were united in marriage, in the Garden Speech "Last Fall," writes Mrs. S. G. Bailey, of Tun-

presence of a few most intimate nelton, W. Va., "I I was ,going down by inches
t Miss Miriam Pasteur returned home friends Rev. Dr. J, F. Porter officiat :

Tuesday afternoon from a visit to relatives ing. The beautiful and impressive service The great speech delivered by Wm.J. question that overshadows all other from female disease, with great pain. After tak

at Tarboro, N. C. of the Episcopal church together Bryan at Madison Square Garden public issues .in the nation today ing Cardui, Oh I Myl J How I was benefited! I

with the prominence of the con- to his and that whether we like 1t or not
3 Thursday night in response am not well but
yet, am so much better that I will
Miss Maybelle Rutland who has tracting parties gave the event an welcome home by the united democ- the trend is in that direction and the

been the guest of Miss Moore for a unusual interest. The bride is the racy of the nation has been variousl result Is inevitable. But that how- keep on taking Wine of Card ul till I am perfectly

few days, has returned home. lovely daughter of one of Florida's estimated and criticised by both press ever has nothing to do with Mr cured.

prominent families who have for Bryan's commendable spirit of frankness .
Mr. F. L. Rutland of Rutland treasurer and public. I
of Sumter county was numbered years lived in the Peninsula State There are few. democratic ,papers or with the next national plat Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemIesform
and nave been identified with many found much to form of the democratic party. '
among the visitors to Ocala Wednes that have not approvein rivals, Card; still holds I
of the leading Interests. The groomis Mr. Bryan's powerful enunciationof On the great questions of the tariff supreme position

day. one of Tampa's solid and promising what he considers should be the the trusts imperialism capital and la- today [as in the past 70 years] for the relief and

Mrs. R. B. Maynard of Rock business men who enjoys! the polices of the party and it may be bon "government by injunction" the of
Springs, was In Ocala Wednesday returning -confidence and esteem of the older' said that there are few that also have eight-hour day corporate control in cure diseases. It stops pain, tones up -

home from a visit to North citizens who control the business in-; hesitated to disagree with him on cer- politics, fte income tax and the popu- the organs, regulates

Carolina. terests of the city. The Dunn ances- tain personal views which he expressed. far election of senators not only the nu A1\'V1C1

tral home is near Ocala the family' The main point which the criticsof members of'the democratic party but the functions. and aidS w.rttt.M a tear tacrifetef tQ
ptom ,u4 M will MB*
Dr. Horace Reeves of Inverness of old southern stock '---*' \-....- his address attack.is the statement we believe a majority of the American in the replacement of Addrtst FIM Advice l.:. um tci iH HveIo f"e.

was in the city yesterday returning instrumental in developing' and improving ,I:th"t he has "reached the conclusion people are heartily 'in accord with Mr. TMCtutt: &a nooplMekl.nCo A4 =

I' home from a business visit to the many sections of the state. I I that railroads partake- so much if Bryan's utterances. He leaves no a misplaced organ. 00"'t1.

metropolis. The town of Dunnellon was founded the Jialuie oof the mnopoly that they,!doubt, as to where he stands on any .
r and named by one branch of the must ultimately become public property of those issues and his treatment of At Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bottles.
Miss Delia Fosnot, of East Lake
I Dunn family who combined his own and be managed by public offiials them is as clear-cut and definite as it .
#, Weir, was in the city Wednesday. She name with Ellen the name of his Interest of the whole community is bold and convincing. WINE I
; in .
+ acompanied home Miss
was by little wife, a graceful tribute to his better in accordance- with the -well- We like Mr Bryan's speech and we ?!S

Weatherbee.Miss half. The bride was particularly attractive definrd theory that public ownershipis are entirelyagreed with the New Or-i CAR 0 Ii I .

Annie Aiken and two children in a gown of Alice .blue cloth necessary where competition is Im- leans Picayune a paper that has never OF

and her sister Miss Dora Turnipseed, with picture hat to match.. Mr. and pc sible:) been friendly to
s have gone to Lakeland to visit friends Mrs. Dunn left immediately for the This proposition is attacked by that his speech "must be consideredas

: and relatives. north to spend their honeymoon with many of the persons as radical and one of the most notable and momentous

friends in Philadelphia. and to visit dangerous, but thinking men long declarations of public policy W. A.. KNIGHT. L. E. LAN .
t Air and ,Mrs. Louis R. Chazal are of the leading resorts. Iney
many since recognized that the railroad that has been presented to the American

welcoming a beautiful litttle girl will be home in Tampa. after October queotioi: is really the overshadowingissue people since, the violent issues .

who arrived at their home Wednes- .-Tampa Tribune. before, the American people to- which brought forth the sectional war ANNOUNCEMENT.

day morning. I day. It is now and has been for years of forty years ago were settled." In -
I .
Mr. Albert, Anson Graham, who is Smcak-Sturgis. the paramount issue in state politics, fact our New Orleans contemporarygoes We have just purchased the Wa gon and Harness business of Mtstrt.
At four o'clock Wednesday after- and it will for years to come be a further and says; S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods every
now working in Gainesville says that I noon at the home of the groom's parents growing, issue in the politics of the Mr. Bryan's speech sows more ,thing that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of
he can be found at Goode's confectionery -
Mr. Leland Smoak and Miss nation. Whether it will be solved (1) than ever that the next national cam- the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mar

by his.Ocalt; friends. Selma Sturgiss were united in marriage :by private, ownership and operating :paign, will be between democratic ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle ft great variety
Bell of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.
Joseph performingthe
Mr.,William J. Edwards went' south Judge under government regulation' (2) government radicalism and republican radicalismIn

yesterday as far as Braldentown and ceremony. 'Tnis announcementwill I! ownership under private operation -I the present temper of the people' High Grade Buggies Serviceable Carriages
come as a ,surprise to the friendsof ownershipand Mr. Bryan's great speech will sweep
may extend his visit to Venice where or (3) government Unexcelled
he interested in an orange grove.i the young couple the marriage be- ; operation is a matter foil the future the country and the opposing party Wagons, Harness,

I ing a runaway one. to unfold but it must clearly will be driven to put UP' its radical .. Lap Robes, Etc., Etc.

Mr. Emmett Cowden, after spending The bride is quite young 'and is a find a solution under one of the three president to meet him. The fereat \

a,,few days in Ocala, has.gone to sister of Mrs. Holloman, :who until heals mentioned. trend of American ,politics is towards Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.

Inverness. where he will teach school recently owned the Fort 'King gro- Mr. Bryan thinks personally that control of the machinery'of produc- We are Always in Position to Meet th e Prices of Legtlmate! Competition.

.this winter. His school.. opens on cery. *She has been employed; at the government ownership and operationwill tion and industrial operation in the
'Monday. telephone excnange for some months ultimately be necessary, but he hands of the federal power 'and the We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine -

and is a very pretty young girl and is not attempting to force his opinion constitution will be strained to the and Farm Wagon.'Knight .

Col V. J. Shipman proprietor of has made many friends during her in that respect on the party. On the utmost under: the pressure.

the Montezuma hotel is able to bo short residence in Ocala. contrary in referring to the matter There is no question that Mr.' .

j4 out after an illness of several days The groom is the second son of he *ry&: Bryan's speech is the most powerful I' & Lang

much to the pleasure of his guests Mr. J. L. Smoak and is a carpenterby "'1 don't know that majority of political presentment that has been ,

and otter friends. trade. He Is.doing well and the rcy own party favors it, but I believe givn to the people since the early ; (Successorsto Standlev and Co.)

friends of both these young people IK in increasing number of the sixties of the last century and if .
Mr. T. A. Jennings, pronounced
unite in wishing them a very happy members of all parties see in public signs mean anything it is the openingnote II
candidate for the Florida gubernatorial -
married life. for disUiniination of another revolution a s were
ownership the sure remedy .. .
nomination is booked for xa. address I I 00I \
the between persons and poli- the great speeches on both_sides of I Ir
at the meeting of turpentine A BIGSALE.. 0I
tics and for the extortionate rates 1860 and 1861. .
operators', who are soon to meetin I I
N Jacksonville.. The .Petteway -Brothers Sell Their for the carrying of freight and passe I It is yet two years before' the, democratic ALWAYS GO TO

Turpentine Farm to Mr. Warren. ..,Hers"There: '. party will ,.adopt- a platform.. tin
Mr." A, A. McCranie* of>Tampa-*" ,is The Messrs.Petteway Bros.., & Co., would seem to be no reason I and nominate'a national ticket, but if

In the city visit ID Ocala friends. therefore why the opponents of gov- that time the spirit of radicalism \
pn a who are among the largest naval
sl' ould have continues to grow as it has grown, in 1 Best PUI8st Place! '
Mr McCranie'' until-a few* monthsagoas' stores operators in the state, have finiaenv ownership! any. Tfte 6 and ,
those who
the H. B,, 'J.Pt*..-t just sold their big turpentine farm nervous spasms' oicr Mr Bryan's' p the past two years, of us

this, city He< is\now jine of< the proprietors at, Stemper in south Florida, to Mr. sit on <.a .that question and outsit; i I prefer radical rather than conserva .

", : :of the ;'Dairy''Kifch n. and S. J. Warren of Brinson, Ga., for of those who are hunting an excuse ,f,live treatment of public issues will I

I is doing well. 555,000.Mr. .to oppose him anyway we do not be- 'probably find Mr Bryan's speech of .
1'tve that in expression of personal Thursday night a bulwark of conservatism
who has .
W. M. Thompson, terni i .
., Mrs. A. A. Winer tendered her Sunday Bros., opinion by him on the matter will when compared with the
of the Petteway
been in charge
school class a very delightful at 'LeroY will take chargeof i treaty any friction. per that is likely to actuate the ,Our Edibles and Drinkables are as Glean

party Wednesday afternoon at her property For our own part the Journarton American people the farther they go' t
the Stemper farm for: Mr.
) home in the third ward. The young 'and Mr. G. S. Petteway wco has been since expressed the conviction that under the domination of private monopoly and Pure as any Pure Food Law

t folks all had a very jolly time play. at Stemper will tai ',,":::1..0 of t*' government cwnerstip of railroads and corporate insolence- ,

j&',' ing games and t the excellent refreshments business of the Petteway Brothers at I would prove the final solution of a Pensacola Journal. l could imagine them to be. '

served by Mrs. Winer were .
;j particularly enjoyed. LUTHER, BURBANK'S LATEST. A Bold Speech. Our establishment has been refitted ,
Fishing Partty. The question asked why we make

f; Mrs. Kate Liddell has arrived in Mr. and Mrs. W.. H. Clark Mrs. J. Announces That He Has Evolved Five the Florida East Coast railway so
Measures and the
r Ocala ,from her home in Louisiana A. Bouvier and children and Mrs. New Plants. prominent in our columns.. The read according to Sanitary
'and is visiting her sister Miss Fannie Bouvier's sister Mrs. Price and children Luther Burbank the wizard or the son why we :do this is because the "

: Clark. Mrs. Liddell has many formed a pleasant party who plant world announces that five new railway is one of the most prominent only thing in it remaining Old and

f x friends' in Ocala, who are delighted to spent Tuesday on the Silver Springsrun plants evolved by him will be commonly factors in the development of this

. z a'- see her again. Before returning home and the Ocklawaha river. grown within the next year. country and is therefore entitled to Matured are our

1 she will also visit" her sister Mrs. went down as far as Grahamville and The most wonderful of the new all the prominence we can give it. It

" $,' Sheltcn Souter, at Spare spent the day. They- caught quitea creations if the improved Australianstar has decked our coast with beautiful

. good many fish and altogether hada flower. The variety just perfected gems in the form of magnificent hotels Whiskies Wines o Beer.
Mr James R. Moorehead was at most enjoyable time. by Mr. Burbank is of unusual thus enhancing the value of

governwent i beauty and color and is of the natureof property and attracting! thousands of ,

t. lot. He will have photographs i Horse. the old-fashioned! everlasting flow- homeseeksrs and visitors to our
Before the
;, .t. taken of it today and will send all The The Fort Cart Myers Breeze announces ers.The country. It also pays a very large Our way of doing business is the
necessary' Information pertaining tog that enterprising citizens of Lee Shirley poppy, a new varietyof per cent of our taxes; thus helpingus

.f\ it to the 'proper authorities at Washington county are making preparations to which has been called Santa AOSE: to pave our roads, erect our pub- same courteous and appreciative mode

; who are'making preparations' take all the editors of the state and strain by the wizard is an enlarg- lic buildings and educate our children

.7 to let out-the contract for the building of the legislature on a ment of the regular cultivated,poppywhich and now it has undertaken at a very have for and
the members employed
i la "r TnTTir,nlv urmpn In PeUfnr. 44-... dain o ttr 1n-ar fertile I we years any
tour of Lake Okeechobee and the everglades "u u".r great: cuai" lu iun
r f to give nia gardens. It is larger and more lands and make it possible for the
a Miss Clara Moore, of this city, the object favors bestowed us will receive
them ocular proof of the need of the beautiful than anything that has ever man of moderate means to live and upon
will spend'several
in Jacksonville
days this several been offered and the colors particularly be. happy under his own vine and
this week with her sister Mrs. drainage. For be chartered purpose and the are blended in a new man- fig tree. Who wouldn't feel kindly strict and prompt attention. "
will ,
x E. C.. Staley .formerly ,Mis, Grace steamers such benefactorFortPierce
Moore, On morning Miss tourists will be given a royal time at ner.The toward '* "
Moore will leave Jacksonville for .the expense of these good Lee county i ii California wind poppy is an- [ News. Our constant aim is To Please.
other variety of the common cultivated
i be
New Orleans, La., ',where .she-)'ill visit folks. This excursion should sup- differing slightly from Ocala Is in .luck. She is to have .
: another through and over poppy Try and be convinced
r her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. lemented by Governor Broward and John Beardin I us ,
w: and Tklrs. Clarence Moore, for' some the immediate surroundings of 0kee- the Shirley poppy. is their great drainage debate.. *
The Heuchera Christata a new
time., chobee in a fleet of acquatic automo- Respectfully
which is considered by yours
biles. There Is no question about foliage plant ,
: Mr. Burbank one of the.most wonder. Bryan absolutely refuses to play in
the need of drainage if we want thewater .
4 Y Chas,,Blum & Co. refuses
I ful of his creations. It has large Sullivan's ,back yard and. to
:Attention Is called to the new advertisement :! taken off these lands the only '
.| 'Wn.: Bryan is
let Sullivan play' in STRATJSS&CO.Wholesale
leaves of a peculiar shape and brill
of Messrs.. Chas:'.Blum & questions are: Will It: pay and whom
< in a osition to be beautifully magnanimous : .
'Co. of
Jacksonville one'of the largest '' iancy.
: better
.. t will it pay .and, istn't a .
wholesale and for the success and safetyof .
liquor houses in .the state by The Patagonia vegetable squash is i
and one" of'the most' reliable. way than the one contemplated of garden vegetable which the democratic: party ought to' leisanybody ; .
a variety and Retail
'Js5* amend- Liquors
'This firm. la''no stranger. .to the the 'proposed constitutional that .
his backyard
from Chile and play in ; ,
v has been imported
readers 'of the Banner: The ,quality menU-Punta Gorda Herald.
.. *' .of their goods,low prices;prompt shipment greatly. ,lmprov.ed. It .,.is'an. appleshaped seeks. admissIon.. He ought. to imitate ,

r : and: ;courteous' treatment have Col., ,Jno. H. .':Martin, is in Ashe- .squash. :.,very' sweet' to the another crusader and call "sinners" OCALA_ FLORIDA.
I "- :made;, them many- satisfed'.customersft Vine, N (X,, where he Is :the-guest of taste and is expected' .to be a ,*- and not the, "righteous". to peII- "'" 4
tbroughout; ntate .
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r ,; ';;y: .jy .; :anenj"the:.i l1 : s den t ia catching U :!. "Jg"
"discordant.note ; : # Sam3 Jones In the AU

FRANK HARMS,. itor. m that has;come to.our- jord *-!.for_a his>a..v apse, >*dint. in *regard "The 'partisan, the, -

P. V. Uavingood_ ,' Buslii.ss M table we'' End in the New new method of spelling. teal the masses far- (>f

This 'paper' says,'that. : : ,president, no doubt expected .conservative .and the
R was not able ,to hold: his [ would be'lambasted and bom can hold them in line,

,. through" ,. his ninety minutes r with all manner"of'.ridicule. they, see, that. it's time to

IE that lie"waS'sp aking' to ; 'which, .the .newspapers' on themselves."The .

t all over ,the place; That me waters say that the'presi- man like Bryan .

,;was.the Garden" crowded. and. ,will be longer remem .message or a mission will
had been issued for. fifty for his '"spelling'proclamation, of
ing by and by that'will
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and not more than ten thous- or :any other act of his admin ity at the polls. { ta '

present'and that,is' not .. I
was ,
"The average fellow is
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'at time to close the a sample 'of the "roasts" the
any to the fact that man does I &

". that five thousand more is receiving the following Is bread ,alone for the *.

in' the hair could have ,ob- : the grave and dignified editor
eats and drinks if that
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had they presented them Louisville Courier-Journal: the lead, then hog would
Motto Thi Banner, believing ,
at the top Well able to ',take admission. That consider- escapes Mr Rusevelt. No cession. If all men would

theaueives.haa. ,taken its stand i was, manifested when { .Is to hi, f r him to take, nor' tu their real wealth was
o'clock the Garden was only him tu notis. He makes tretis bank accounts and
barricades with. the common
and its fight will be made for filled. any the onsent of the senit. He but that the real wealth of to -:
terment' 'those at the.bottom. speech itself theTimes has : sucn laws as meet his ap a well stored head and a )

two columns. It says that an fales tu se those that du divine impulses. If

'J.f FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. : 'returns to his native land I I : him. ne now assales the less in stocks and man lands* "-
himself no longer .as a langgwidge, constitutes him-
'; time j
more and money in
.: but as -the founder and ( sort of Fence academy and heads with the best t of
I Mixing picnics with
a new party 'and the advo- the spellng in a: way tu
ing their hearts with the *
ly" a southern custom. : '
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- i *.and' revolutionary princi, on see, the world would

.- The success of tne ',r have ventured to spell the name right way.'"

c-_ -..has been fully demonstrated. that, Sir. Bryan is. forced .to Rucevelt It is quite ,
Ida. doctrines because, that many""say that it. is not his Greater Than the First ,
that Mrt Roosevelt has;'F n- er, But the majority of the people ''Governor Broward still '

_' ::',Brr&n'is no longer;in "the' .on his old platform andhe' it thus,.vae first silibel rim- championship belt on the

: k :, country.''' 'All-parts of the'\ more,revolutionary meas goosed There are others, of question. Dougaerty went ?

: -. .' .'States isvieing:t'do'him to be in the lead ratter who pronounce it differently, out, before him in a debate -

,w ke'of ,the president. we unsettle the speling already county.- He annihilated *

:'. Cleveland, .has called. the be a mere follower would age ble pepel wil spel according to Abrams at St. Petersburg ..

-j l': :panies. down' and has',put a campaign a- tame and list of sound, and ue name of Beard met, his Waterloo in

;the giving ,of rebates' British and to; attract at the which it appears fu with the governor recently of

4; i1; ., holden." . thinks he?must assume .toe no how to pronounce must take cola. Really these debates -

:" '.'. = : with.tare rest. Stiu it is a esting. If the Standard at
., Sawdust? aid slabs
'are.. no
permitted says that Mr. Bryan's (or' gess) that he will ron- have any more heavy
; to to- waste
go ;, co
sJs'in: of public ownership of sine Roosevelt Perhaps Theo- them trot them out, but >
:cotton stalks -Th
- t 4t '' is" distinctly and meas: Rucevelt would not be. recog above are among the best -

"I* #' .. :.C : ,_ : : Y dangerousVand;: upsetting in forein lands. it is to ,be hoped that they

tx 4 A,pnest. at Lynne. ,''Mas,, abandoned issue ,of the free there is another side to this any more because it's just of

< -oare arms"are' -au'righVat'the silver of the ratio of 16 to spelling and those interest- ing on cripples for the of

t E: tuba. but are-cut-of place Incalculable,-disastei..would if : be pleased to read the rules debate the: drainage

streeta.' "h 'J effort he proposes. furnished by those at ,the head them.Madison" Reocrden.

-__ \ Zx- os thoroughly opposed movement: to

The Gainesville, Sun ,ple and his recent utter you offered a choice between Will Frank Get It

Y' ,, marks hhatVthe buiding spelt : aroused 'It to a degree far and mediaeval. Frank ""Walpole the red 4

"In Ocala and everything' is "- ;.was shown In the 'mem the choice lies between e and itor of the Manitee Record !.

''along'!livelyF That'a, how 'Us. m of '1896, in words like abridgment: lodg- dilate for state '

mes. however, like all, of the acknowledgment always omit, victs to succeed Newton A, th- t
: : If. Bryan, will, do..as well in' ,
newspapers has never,, Mr. Walpole has been a

_=t .tionas.Hoke:\ Smith did in to Mr. Bryan, .and is t in place of ed for the past: supporter of all of'Governor :
-k wUl print his.name 'in "apples
-, unfriendly than ever simply principle of verbs (ending in s, visionery schemes of
and :plCttUt8 of.silver," .or '
is-like the school girl's day p. Examples: Dist dript.-prest, age, state life insurance to '

way., ; Dr.:'Fell, just why she :. husht wash An .astonishing his wonderful! 2-cent stamp &. ,'

.r ,' The; Wall' Street'' Journal, is tell. l: of high literary authorities tion, he appears' to be a

very' lound about the '''Sou Spencer to Leww is cited candidate and one well
"< WRONG OX'IS GORED. of' this latter simplification.ful tally for administration
.. perity. Its a long lane .t.hat. to
:turn. 'The ''south; Is atlas:, Times-Union in a well ...v.. .c t..a, ease: : in pee' 'ran:. ce tn...... en...." the same: time If.. does ."."."."/. .

:. there. you have choice: 'Example: De-. contemplate the breaking
_ attention to the <
..... .' ;calls offense,, pretense a promising editorial : "
the Standard Oil ,company
-"Atroyal ,decree restores double the t in coquet ep vulgar york of inspecting

: I marriage .in ,Spain and' doing all along what the of omelet victs. Palatka News. .

.' '"obligation the p&J1'of : this. state are" now com- you replace sh' with f,. do
i'F Jacksonville Ice Co. to do: de
siring target: married to. 7"i : Draft. No; more free passes.
control the delivery of ice. a
shame '
.religlon..An : still, get rid of* gh alto
of cenavlng been fixed a
: 0 c : For plough, write plow. For
': /.. Oklahoma'man brought a '\a>rate: .the''etan dealers re ? ,' write thru Billy has come home .r"1 v ,:

melon asllong' as a1 rail fence ;deUver it: and the manufac the the Greek suffix -Ise or -tee show is over. *,

toe ,other day with the'remark compelled to do this under :: s
x "- the z, by preference. Example: of
display Jewelry on
,: ', had to thin' out thelittle, ones of the court. critl ize. ,
j :-.. ","let1 the big, ones. grow. have, been forced, out : an authority; allows it to is. in bad; forav: i )* ,

> e on words spelled with -ite. The Daily Globe claims t
s "Royalty is getting to 'beverp, \ Oil Company,, when i a
< ne :. Proterit. real thing in Tampa. I
-.. cratlc. when it entertains, and weak; was troubled a
.. '
0' Use a single, 1 -in words like
',.,- governors. King 'Edward.r. freight rates and was the instil, fulfil! Liarliarski is a name
Pi* bestowed honor of this sort : in the country to "buck"
r- And omit one 1 from words now side of Russia. We have it
,Governor, Francis of Missouri; and demand lower rates. -
: like fulness. Example. Dul- in Ocala.
t' : ) ned to run "pipe lines"
.There ar ,a'1umbefof : received certain concessions an The Times-Union is
the Index is opposed to the d I' In words sometimes spelled? with
its threat !into execution, when these days. There are
scheme, one of tbem'being an sometimes wilth a double m,
: ns were refused It. printed anywhere
: r a3 of ,the.,salary. list, which' the in of these pipe lines en- the short form. Example. : Gram, papers 'S

ers will have to pay for.- Standard Oil Company to It has been found that
'Index. In words spelled, with oe, or e,
t the oil situation and it put an insecticide. There is -
; e. Example: Esophagus, even'for
-of oil so low that it run its the insect-
Mr. ,Flagler is .still going Always omit the u from words
out of business.
w : making a paradise' .the.e ; spelled withour. Ex The

% t ,, : of .Florida.- Summer'and' .we'were a clerk in a. store : Labor, rumor. their fruit orange-growers at-a dollar, to'a =
digging and delving and and one of the cooks of j
Where you can get' any. author-
.' ceen cents box
:" -,Is now in our possession, : per on
& c.. -What Florida needs just now I f in place of ph. Example: down in the lower counties.Don't
g r iment of Flaglers.- many' of-the pages price fantasm. ,
given at 50 cents per quart in
_ In words spelled with a. double' throw trash In the
An Oklahoma farmer gallon
:, I. : single r,. as bur pur.-- costs the town money to
't Company
growth of 'corn on his farm tan ar reduced
Spell theatre entreetc., in the You are a part of the
; ,that lightning bugs can be of oil from those prices to
l way-enter, theater, niter to bear a part of the
.); tween the rows at mid- .ay. per gallon.' ruined its com- Telegraph.

: sentive Landis_ ,. 'of Indiana perhaps, and put many re
If a word is spelled .with s or ,
; doubtless explain that this is : out of business! but i it '
':' rot use the z; as apprize sur Rosin and turpentine
/.the.: workings of a beneficent a boon to the*great army of
en climb 5'
,- a upward in
;iV.tlve: tariff,-Courier-Journal. '
v From words spelled with sc- or no additional
were better, not to have'don
r' the c. Example: Smitar, sithe have'beenthrown in the
> A German critic, in a up the old'prices? Omit the silent terminalue T. A. Jennings. *
> :' allowed. Example:. Catalog,
; .- ':" -' dlwn-JIf: this section "people the.few? If the old condi- as 1 demogag pedagog. A., K. Taylor; the famour Y
:.: : .eat the leaves of the to 'prevail many companies
: are the rules adopted by the attended the Bryan
'" In the oil business but 5.
sure do, Bre'r Kaiser ev
.r'. ". -, board. Those; who wish Sun is not in eclipse but S
: E'',. .. 'we_maybe pardoned for/ of 'oil would be paying for them may do'so.. sued its'sdtillatinff rays
where he is
: they are' good when served now paying in and things.

St. .,. .'. -" oacon and greens."--Lake. Newspaper and the' Subscriber -

c' ': ',"lexo. .. Oil Company, while Tampa Times says that there Starke merchants .
< x t
5 ".:%. 0. < rich by stifling compet- thousand men in south Flroida their stores are more
.:, The heat in Florida in redued the price;6f oil sev- go : _
rather dollar derly, }
one yell
} pay a year arranged
,",',;': 'ls'noL so Intense as, in other per cent.and !to'that ex be without their weekly paper. Important part in *
::L :; and prostrations' are put many a dime into the to
: thesummers may be true, ,but there are an Clerks get busy,-Starke -
-' ,. : <, ". are longer.' the people in the homes thousand or two who.tiwik they
: '" \ eyerjthing.on a big scale. Illuminant; i$ used. ki, Bra
: a license to have their weekly Jordon of the -
='E ,: _,_>;mers. ;- big rains_ big of the Standard Oil Com-
: sent them entirely free of cost Herald in his "First Week
i,,' : t\the; she 'whips around, to to. have >been in making ; as they live. We have some notes, says "the'catch of ? .'-.:;. .
: L:'. .extreme, and' has-"no winters of oil too cheap and in on : y ':
',X t _t..r'.k .,"aards..etCo' railroads. In Dade County; allright.-1U- prince of food fish, was 'k ,,

: \ : S.' three days half of these ,
: -'
f:., '
in .
had'some came.
; : 5|Live' Oak Is ,to, have: a' make any difference how formerly citizens in on Monday '
55 1-er you've don't who entertained similar won'twork, Brother : -
'.\. t ne.Lake City Index says.it got be a I -

3 ,' f"mi ,aa. long felt :want," beca : pawn shop. It is adead, .give- but they have, all moved 'away.' City Index.

.' ones' ,that are left, take great,
= Oak hasa god
; < : paper; already :
-6 -" : : in,.paying for their county "Tell thee ; -
: t ;" a .has long been;fille&' I paper: stranger )
: Jacksonville! Metropolis! say po counter, that we have
fir. $ ,the biggest. .lnterio. :town,in j, the '
'-. :ought to have at.least'two'n ] ..WW;S. Jennings'and .' Ocala Banner- prints, the pIc-I i tie town, in. ,he. state ,

Mr to mress'; and/expo td: her will speak at:theory' of ;a handsome'' : residence under i chance In Jhe world to a ,.

.. Messrs.Osborue/anciiithe : & tton., ..Bnt'\Flortda win hard 'Where'the. -- :Editor' ,Lives." j I truth.: Don't-teUhtai"we. .. 1 '"

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ibiorons '
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.. '< :..there is"no mystery in, I : : 1;1if look"ne 'better"on1' .paper: the town down .never ,, .
; wlfh.the populist: partyln ; theyy&'on/tae ground'where '" '
; ; It op, and the man
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The following Is'the peroration ofWilliam

_ \' '- IGMIttiIEUST( CMSI mm.President Square ,Garden Bryan's: speech at Madison' ; The: Seal of Public Approval

"Plutocracy is abhorrent to a republic -
Y i'Jl' .
.. ,,, .
of the internal of
Improvement" the ; it 'is more despotic, than 'anarchy -
." -.. state of Florida at a meeting held on more heartless than aristocracy .
; in sham of the ; -
g._ } the 16th day of February, 1898. more selfish than bureaucracy.It .
; Has been stamped RedRock Ginger Ale as a superiora article.
,Road Gives the Ugvarnisljed "Signed W. M. McINTOSH, preys upon the nation in time of upon wry

_ from'Records. For Secretary Board 'ofTrustees Internal peace and conspires against it in It has the unbounded confidence of the best physicians ; fact which _

Facts ida" Improvement Fund of Flor the hour of its calamity. Conscien- establishes prestige beyond question, and which is practical proof of

tiousless, compassionless and devoid
its merit as a beneficial home beverage.
The reservation covered a body of
.HIST03Y"oF THE LAND GRANTS. of wisdom it enervates its"votaries .
156,000 acres of land, or less than 8 while it impovershes its victims. It
per cent, of the lands accruing to the is, already sapping the strength of
'Bold. Hold-Up By the, Board of .Inter it 3
-' t-. -r JacksQjlviue..St..A1Ie sttne.and Indian the nation, vulgarizing social life
Look for the Red Rock Crown on
pal Caused
Improvement Appeal River
railway-now organized as the
and making a mockery of morals. Let s adill
!a, -" to Courts. .orida East Coast railway. us attack it boldly, making our appeal bottles., It is your only protectionSOU 0fR

I I\ Declined. Issue Deeds. to the a awakening'' conscience
;;; A deed to the above reservationwas
I have with. much of the natiqn in the name_ of the

v Interest your .account. i of the solicited but again declined on counting room which it has defiled; BOTTLED AT ALL GSOCSRIES, ETC, AND OX D2AOGHT AT ALL TOST-CJUS 1'OCNTAr.. .4"

the grounds that the lands were as in the name of the people whom it

debate ;"between* "- -.#Governor Brow- yet unpatented, but we .were given to .has oppressed, in .the name of the ;4A

x ard. and :Mr. Beard" at'Pensacola" -on' understand', most unmistakeably that,!denies which it has despoiled, and

AugusUJO;.dn the.state drainage questions when. the patent WAS,"'obtained: that t In the name of religion upon whichit Manufactured by THE RED ROCK COMPANY Jacksonville, Florida.

and.ii you report.Is correct, I}we WOULD 'get a .deed toe. land / has'placed the stigma of hypocracy."And .

understand the governor'in his speech covered by this resolution.... it I may be permitted to sug- ..

When_the United States patent WAS gest a battle hymn, I propose a Meeting of the Confederate Veterans.The .

said itiaUthe'ndjroads were trying to obtained by the state to jhe, everglades; stanza but slightly changed: from one Marion Camp Confederate Veterans -

stear,ffO ; thastate), the lands in the in August of that year, the writer s
of the strongest of the poems ofcotItD.d's Major George M. Hubbard,
&ve lades.. went to the board of internal improvement bard: commander, met in the city' council .4JLLQT1 A Aiei.

As I have had charge of all the showing the resolution'of "Columbia, my dear, my native 'soil; chamber Monday at 12 o'clock, noon. 1U LL
E'X D1S5
lands of one of these railroads-the the previous board reserving the 156- For venom my warmest wish to heaven Prayer was' offered by Major W. L: 1

3 ;; Florida East Coast-for'nearly'twelve 000 acres south of .township 58, and is sent; Ditto. ". jP7j3Z9A1D

years, and am conversant with the asked a deed to it. The chairman of Long may thy hardy ,sons of rustic In the absence of Adjutant Ed. I fXPRfS5 -

claims, of this, company., I ask your the board- ,. Gov. W. Jennings, told. toil ward T. Williams, Capt. J. D. Bas- PRt

courtesy In makmg:known to the public the writer, in the presence of the Be blest of health and peace and sett was requested to act as adjutantpro PAiD

generally! yirough your columns,,, board, that the resolution was not sweet content.; tem. Afl

the real:state of these claims and the worth. the paper it was written 'on, as And, 0 may heaven their simple lives The roll was .called and the following i $
position taken by the East Coast 'this board did not recognize the rightof prevent members of the camp responded: I IocLd 50

;, hallway Company. the legislature to grant ANY lands From luxury's contagion, weak and L. L. Aiken, L P. Stevens, A. L. I

,Lands Bought With Roads. to any railroad company, and mat we vile; Eichelgerber,. L. M. Graham, W. C. a .

'Our company bought the Jackson could not have any unless we bought 'Then tho' unearthed wealth to wickedness Jeffords, W. E. McGahagin, W. L. I

rule, St. Augustine'and Halifax river them; that all the lands were for be lent, Ditto, M. P. Frink, L. P. Miller, R.. A. t1PIDoz
railway in '1886, with its 56,000 acres sale,. A virtuous populace may rise and Carlton, R: A. Wilkins, F. E. Harris s i DUtvtfttO

of land; a little later the St. Johns This company at once took steps stand, C. C. Priest, V. M. Seckinger, A. J. 'v rot Re1V

railway, with its 42,000 acres of land, to prevent the sale, of lands reserved A wall of fire around their much loved Turner James H. Badger, ,/. J. Hogan L $12

'f and later on, the St. Augustine anu for it under the resolution of February land" J. E. Bailey P. H. :Morris J. D.

and Halifax, .river. railway. with 45,000 7, 189. Bassett.
With the exception of small bodyof Broward and Beard to be in Oala.
acres of land; a total 01 uO miles Lieutenant L. M. Graham turned

tk' of'railroads and 251,000 acres of land. marsh lands deeded. the' Jacksonville The board of county commissionersat over five dollars for the monument CHAS. BLUM & COMPANY

,and Atlantic railroad, the FlorIda their session Tuesday passed a ,
The former owners of these railroads fund (ther names of the contributorswill

were built. ,at Jacksonville and Pa- I East Coast railway_.has never ,received resolution Inviting Governor Browardand be given later). Jacksonville Fla

'' one acre of land from the SenatcBeard to visit Ocala on ; _
including tee lands. toL! L. P. Miller and Comrades V.
the set for the laying of
The unsettled claims of these raodaj state. day apart M. Seckinger and A. J. Turner contributed -
,' Unjust.Unfair, Undeserved.: The corner stone for the new courthouse
based on theland"grants; of their respective one dollar each toward the
Other and repeat in the afternoon (after -
than the effortto: prevent by ;
F charters aggregate 221,473 monument fund and Comrades J. H.
acres of land as,now due them by the injunction the'sale of ;4the( lands reserved the dedicatory ceremonies have Badger, L. P. Miller and A. J. Tur :

tate for railroads built on the speci- for this company by the resolu ended) their celebrated drainage debate ner aid fifty "cents each 'for annual R. S. Hall. I George MacKay J. K. Christian

ucations1oOhe ;board of,, Internal Improvement tion of February 7.-1897".no,effort has and it is believed the invitation dues.- .' H.,A. Ford Z. 0. Chambli

and accepted by their en- been'made, nor action"taken "to;steal" will be accepted.It Col. J.. P, Miller Maj. W. L. Ditto, T. T. Munroe J. B. Brook

: gineer. the lands of the state;' hence I' leaveit is expected that five thousand Lieut. L. M. Graham, Comrades L. L.
fairminded if people will be in Ocala on that day
to all Just and people
Thasp "nrt railroads were, consoli Aiken and Frank Harris made brief
Instating that and special excursion trains will be In addition to its excellent faculties this Bank
'. dated under( the name of the Jacksonville I: am not justified ..thegovernor's remarks for the good of the order.
; one in all directions.it .
St Augustine and Indian River imputations against run The next state. annual encampment
", -' railway; the gauges changed to railway in the state are unjust, unfair proposed- to make it the' biggest will be held at Gainesville and a full has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good

standard ,and conected up; bridges and most undeserved. day iff Qcala's history delgeation is urged to attend. Board of Directors and a strong body of Stockholders -
Jascksonville and Pa. These are the facts. From them it The Invitation to atted
were built at "Millionaire Day" at the state fair the layingof

r latka.oyer :the. St. Johns river, and is ,easy to gather that the Florida might- bee .a drawing card. We have the corner stone of the" new court

through train service' established. In East Coast railway company has received house on the seventeenth of October,
lots' of 'em now,
189 the extension 'of the railway to no lands up to the present extended by the Marion county boardof THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK,
from the state of Florida. The
Reckledge was begun. time Senator James P. Taliaferro will county commissioners was accepted _

,". The legislature on May .31, 1893, lands which it received witn the roads be at the "Bryan Reception" to be !' and the members of the camp are 1 OF OCALA,

/gave a special grant for the railway which it purchased, it paid for. It given Mr. Bryan in' Louisville September [requested to meet 'fin Ocala on that -- -,-" .. '- .
from, Daytona,to Key West under the entered into a contract, in good' fai.., ,12.Judging. day and attend the ceremonies in a -
with the state Florida, to 'build a IJI"41'
of ,
name of the Jacksonville, St. Augus- body.A .
railroad provided the state of Flor- of Col. Estill's attitude in
tine and Indian River railway, with committee was appointed to in
ida would give it certain lands and Georgia by the result as told in the
a grant of 8,000 acres per mile, providing quire into .the truth of the story told
has complied with its.part of the con figures "dignity" has no place In 'a SHOES
same was built, within five Lieutenant Graham of having stole a
tract, and it only asks that the state primary election. r .
years, also providing that the lands goose during the time of the civil war
shall with its part.
accruing under the charter should be of Florida comply and find out under what circum-
deeded the board of internal improvement' The state, through its representatives, It did not have the appearance of labor stances the same was done.
by went We Save You On
; as- rapidly as every five and not through its people, have de- day in Ocala-labor the on hardworking just On suggestion of Col. J. P. Miller a can Money
out its obligations. the same as ever. Only
m11e 'of track was completed and accepted clined carry from committee was appointed to ask Mr
bankers a respite
by the board of internal improvement Therefore we have been compelled to toil. Watterson Tucker to sound the 'revile Shoes for the Entire Family
ask the courts to protect us. in our
this grant being subject to on his cornet during the meet

prior grants. rights, which is the right, of every 'The Tampa Tribune and the Orlando : ings of the Confederate Veterans. Col. ...
of this state. Is there. any I < '
citizen .. Reporter-Star are opposed to Miller, Maj. Ditto and Comrade W, Gall:: Us.
Extending thIn e Road. "steal" in this? on
of railroadsand C. Jeffords said
: government ownership were appointed com
February i893 tae railway' was steal" in this?-J. B.. Ingram in
the former thinks Mr. Bryan has mittee. There being no further busi-
opened to Rockledge, and the beard of Florida ':Times-Union. blunder in 'it in the adjourned.The .
made a fatal urging ness camp
Inaernal improvement sent their engineer -- W. } Chambers Shoe
to Death. his Madison Garden speech.If ,
over same to inspect it; and.he. Starving weak (). KI| Grocery establishment,
: Because her stomach was so
accepted It, and application was madeto ened by useless drugging that she the government of railroads obtain formerly on Magnolia street near the

the board for lands accruing under could not eat Mrs. Mary H. Walters in this country railroad travelI Variety store, has removed and is

the charter, with the reply that the of St:. Clair Streett, 0., was literally i 1 I nthe: south will be largely abandonedand now permanently establislieid in the' McMillan Bros.

only lands they could give were in starving stomach to was death.so weak She from writes useless: ."My the automobile or something else elegant new artificial stone building ,

,the everglades;; that they did not drugs that I' could not eat, and my will have to be substituted for)t.. If belonging to Mr. T. H, Wallis,! on _

E have a patent from the United Statesto 'nerves, so. wrecked .that I could not not there will be race riots on every Main street not very far removed .. Southern Copper Works

them, but would consider our sleep; and not before I was given up train. from the city market

claim as soon as patent was received. to die was' I induced totry Electric TOE proprietors of the O. K. are

In. April 1894,the railway was open- that Bitters improvement; with the began wonderful at once result, anda The position of- this 'paper briefly numbered among the very best merchants Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

ed to West Palm BAich. complete cure followed. Best health stated is this: It is not! in favor of in the city and are rapidly
and General Metal
Rock. tonic on earth. 50 cents. Guaranteedby the government owning 'the railroadsnor making for themselves a. reputationthat Workers.Old .
The 124 miles of railroad nom & Co m
Tydings druggist the railroads owning the gov- will last them :through lifft-
ledge to West Palm Beach was examined
Will Not Do ernment. Both propositions are un- They are arranging their goods 'in
and accepted by the state engineer Suppression Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
has been by democratic and are fraught with in a inos-t attractive manner ahd all
No. wiser word' spoken the '
shortly after Its completion through country a specialty. Orders by mail or
Rtfssian and no sounder: counsel evils. their customer >'ud their friends are wire will receive _
and again the board were asked for any \ prompt. attention at either of the

lands earned under the special charter : given in any foreign comment upon !invited to 'peep In upon tiI-m following works .

is to Neal Harris who holds a lucrative
Rus ia's. internal troubles, than ,
but without result.In We reprint from the Tampa Tri
be found in the letter of sympathy position with the Atlantic Coast Line !
1835. Immediately after the great bune the first of the series of ar FAYETTEIHLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA r
addressed to M. Stolypiri on the at Valdosta, was in the city today. He

freeze of that year, the road was ex morning after the attempt on. .is life is off on a vacation and is spending .ticles'. CoL Bob Davis is .contributing"On JACKSONVILLE, FLA MOBILE ALAWe
tended to Miami on BIscayne Bay, 66 the Noted Men Who
by M.. Demtchinsky a well known a greater part of the time with his
miles for operation the in the of Florida." It
opening Figured History
Conductor of the
writer of moderate vtews, who thus! brother Harris .4
through, line Jacksonville .to Miami. is an interesting chapter and these
expresses opinions: Florida Railway. Neal Harris is one B KflBBBV HI MiR IHH
SW In April 1896, same, being articles promise to.be a: valuable
All citizens feel for the :-premier of the cleverest, and best boys in the
accepted by the state engineer. contribution to the literature' of the Never Our Patients
that he suffered in serving the nation's -world. About fifteen years. ago he Disappoint

Board's Resolution. two started out to learn the printer'strade state. V
but there are only
Wa Fulfill Eviry Prcmlii and I.Yir Hold @y Falji Kmi.UfC .
Again a request was made'upon the of" dealing with such calami and worked,in Ocala at the case
means One of the forms of starvation with CURE SUlotttro without the kalfo orboajlaod TurlooMtoSrKko p

board of Internal Improvement for' ties. There is force which, as martial along with the editor of the Demo- the poor lies in their deprivation of eared fit never to pala rctmra or, vithoaa from or eataef rnCants z.oa Lou Bloo4 ofPlSOPositives Fetwa Mail* .

the lands aggregating ove'r two mU- law and executionary. expeditionsshow : crat. Later he reformed and has fora amusements. The saloon is usually eared BO ettmutaof W'poraaatM,
lion of earned under the : I of- been with the ft*Dr.Cleg Medteal Co.U M|sitfutjn s or aUe4*a *r tt*
acres special have failed. It Is true troopswill number years the place outside their tenement house 7 lavs of He lute of QeorgU for the tree trvsl acd curt If til

charter; fter'considerable effort suppress, public disorders of. .the I Coast Line. While in Live Oak he I pens and coops where they are wel- I I varrouudeliroalediitMet. Dr. A(. S. K'''...the bita5MMstsby tOonda.!etblitaagiltla,1theeblefeatneltbgep.t.&I&

a resolution of the board of trustees are powerless dropped in to see as :and talk over i a ad Of amJani plaJlleIaIu aa4.serene'.
masses but they: come., and where they may share in \ Ounwwi!.t&*trcMnaBtor: cbroale s;a ... b wt paP
l : of ,the Internal improvement fund a secret enemy. Thousandsof old times. Live Oik Pemocrat; chat and have hour's rec 184; w.oM&WiBill l u4 eI..trteats lIcIeI." '
.r against a social an Oar office* n ojoJpjwd win! all the At sate,furl,,-,-*.
was obtained as follows; public agents are. equally pow reation. Hence the justification of fcjX-f,.Yioid nr.ud llnwa ray: la tact rwr.Iwttfcai
eoatrln.aboatotbemedfm1pmteieba OwsMSurioaf
' : "Resolved that all of the lands erless. The 'entire body of society is'the Attack Diarrhoea. Cured by One the saloon-the por man's club\ house. odera to vrnrj rwpect: ,,u4 wo employ none bas the LW
witha Dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-. trtlMd tad granted to.tbe state under the aCt of only force that can struggle ted Ueeand pfcrridua betas la chute.we '

., September 28, 1850, lying and .being secret, enemy, and society will cooperate era was and so weak Diarrhoea from an Remedy.I attack. of Sick Headache. mplo1 ao.O.eaWaedtaj 1)'a or aDaiU4 lain foJ t.o. ;"eve enters.atktta...MIl'se&C. at

south of township 58 south, 'and situ- only when it receives the diarrhoea that I could scarcely at- This disease is caused by.a derangement 1Iftlall.lut11t10D0 Our terms for tre.ta..t nara..from llClIe19OQpermoatls.medlein
. ited ou.tte.mainland ot this'state,bed rights of an ally got the governmentby tend to my duties when I took a dose of the stomach. Take a of*curt vltiUn I ip eUed iftuBiptar : .

... same'are hereby reserved for the the participations of society in an of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera 'and dose of Tablets Chamberlain's to correct Stomach this disorderand and 1 ftY CHIIIICIISEISES.=i:=r aced==, .
Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured, me en Liver : If"maB lUG U Sidney ,aad B troub1 a, Rbtft iLllfi 1
benefit ot theFlorida East.Coast railtaycompany honest application of the constitutional :. ttreiy; and*-I hadibeea :.taking...other>> the sick headache will disappear. \. llA *, tirdrooeU. Dr, t*. Lone ate., ud aft FrttwdBliMM
\\' *. Tamara sad OAliiuci troabUi. Cstarrh rf utVow. -
{ reserving. the'rights of ,laws.A medicines for nine days without re For sale by druggists.. m _UlTl.c.-' !Uoa&, Bud ud Lvnffb_ DiaMM of Lye and KM.
actual settlers. now on ,the land so lief. I heartily, recommendthisSined, ... K. .UNQ. U. G. CoroBie Cawul1D1H11arcu.:pi M M of WOIBMU.GeleU.-eta 'M 0'.Dlag'"lIIra.Wte cemeair. ,:

'set spar S. neat re arve& -. baker at Racine, Wis:, brought icing tas''being the)best\to my knowledge We have reduced. tbe prices on all Oen Cows U pneaat.belay rSXfrdiaf roar ooodistoa If yo u ate rift or Minctea. OB n4111M we' -fl
complaints. R. G In4 liwaaua,tadD41q lJ1Dpt.bunks get bona u..1rad. :
',1 hereby against"file Trades Labor' Council ? for bowel ; ; summer dry .goods.. Inspect our stock .... you HI
e'rtI jfyIIthe'a b9T and suit of the firm of Stewart &;Bro CONSVLTATIOit) ,UULlI&1'IOY AND,AIlyIc1 :1RE' r..r..l -
foregoing Is fI true copy.' of the' resoitr for" "boycott"' and' .:recovered dam-aer-Hle.Stewart, A1!3, Fi sa'a by all gnu- and ff t.our price. We..can 413ye.'YiJU J'R. It M ""''IL. el., >liarl.Di sa? Yatlstta,:{. tsar Jtllltl'lii l

s-es'in,, the sum\of. $8,000. -f'W JgJs s. ". km mone .. The Vatf: % __'1. r- '..,.. ;; ..

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{ ../& republicans but they had the confirdece .. : .sJt ,.1j tj .

10 IJ .al FATER ANI):SON. of .the bar, and .the people. The '.,. .r .,..;.. F-< .:.l1.:; .. ., ..... .- > ,. .
A IIsvoqMthR } f several .decisions made by j$ .<. ti :.- ,1 : '< .l i : .
Hon.-) Robert *.\-/? Davis' raoirs of political jtb; .j;tA :: q'. ,-,. riiou ; ,
"f this court.on..questions growing out wish
.! '" .!" ,"" .__ ,. J. 1- ',::,:: .. *tt-oect;>JMen,.Who.,Have':';figuredin of reconstruction demkAtrated' If, you have lands, yr to sell, lease or rent, h

!Igdton.Springs and. Tdlulah falls Described-A p a Florida Histo :; they could rise above partisan and r or if..you" want to buy lands for' farming' A ,,grazing t'Vr 4: _>

Altnough I never saw Senator Jas. sectional considerations.. The first turpentining or lumber purposes,

\ Atlanta,, and Caioesville! .Ocolaites_ Everywhere..: D. Wescbtt sr.. -he was Struf living case J ever carried .to this court con- \ t -' to". rBL.OUNT .." "-r ;
t when I first came to Florida;aa. d was tained some interesting propositionsof

...... much- talked-about Thejthings I law and one in which I took a '- .,;. :' ." -:, r

t Corre J pondejBce. '} Banner: seem to change not yet we know that heard of" him always interested. me. great deal ofI pride. I labored ar- 00.

-"Oc 'Iar Sept. .f, 1906. I"Times do shift each, thing his turn He died in Montreal, Canada, in:1880. duoousiy in the preparation of my REAL ESTATE. .

After '* d4ji urne1.through< .the !I does hold; and is .remembered'as erratic ;; but brief and spent days in delving OCALA FLORIDA.CUUDE .. ,

hula and galleys and over pebblycreeki New things su" ee4'as former things one of the talented 'men of his time. through text books and reports. Judge ,

and shaded brooklets of the grow old. Born at Alexandria, Va, in J802, he Westcott prepared the opinion and

{ "Empire State of the South. we The people do not hurry, neither. went to New .Jersey when a youth, handed it down within a few days after n .
=i reached Indian Springs. do they worry-everyone has ample and, in his early manhood, began 'the the case was submitted. Althoughthe

A campmeetlng with ,attendance .es- sufficiency for himself and some to practice of law. It is to be presumedthat decision was favorable to me, he

Umated at 12,000 had preceeded us; spare.' TIle town Is a very quiet one. he did not follow the professionwith cited numberless authorities which I

there was no room for There are no saloons. The green much his tastes and
consequently ardor as had never seen and never had been 1ikiARLirA1IkI
us at the Inn.i .- grocer leaves his produce, outside at inclinations were in the direction of His capacity for researchwas

i After a walk' up hill and down hill, night unmolested. The police are polices. He ran for tttfe legislaturein indeed remarkable, and as the

over a path which seems interminableto plenty
the weary pedestrain, we finally The Presbyterians and Methodistsare defeated him, although the fatherwas .

reached: the summit, 'but found no building new church edifices each popular and had been attorney- "Our law, that did a boundless ocean

't truth in the old adage, There is of which' will be of great credit. general of the stat Young Westcottwas seem,

of Room at the Top." The We went out to Chattahoocheenot to government
!! Plenty appointed some Was coasted all and fathomed all by
hostess informed us that she bad in the sense in which Florida people position in Washington and there him.

been turning oft applicants all day, go to Chattahoochee, clothed won the friendship of President Jack He was genial good natured, com-

1. notwithstanding\ she arranged a corner and in our right mind we went son. It is related of him that he panionable and quickly saw the ,

for..uj, sans pillow, sans. coverlet, into raptures over the scenery along challenged a man at the national capi bright or amusing side of things. As

__ jgans. everything, and out of chaos, we river, scenery which some stock tal to a.duel. on account of some 'scan' an instance .of his good 'companionship ilavrrrtrueadt srcpaat.tyg

1 1Ibe4 A treaHaet, ior. ng,. at gegular company has assisted .in beautifyingnear dalous remark made about the pre: with the bar, I remember ,once

retail prices. which a fine military schoolis sident's marriage. Jackson, hearingit to have argued some motion before

The next :day we spent-viewing the In course-of erection. sent for Wescott, and in the pres- the court that I felt sure would be 'tmoRAt scwlt5,

surroundings and partaking of the Our Ocala friend, :Mr.' Rufus Water- ence of a number of people in the executive decided in my favor; ,It went against '

?* tv r.&1I :' :of this popular re- man, showed us no little courtesy. chamber, scolded him severe- t OtDi
cr&era me, however, and I presume my count 1f IURP
-. lson'the..unvaryingspring Is a curio- It" looked like ,alandslide.,< for Hoke left the roometaoinshrdluetaolncmfw tenance betrayed surprise and indig- i

!Jyjtalbe aferage, visitor, being only Smith, 'had hit Georgia- on election ly but when the young man sullfenly nation. Judge Westcott observed the

'k Ui>>y stream ;isuicgJrom.acrevicela ; ... day.v His was *a great victory, and left the room, Jackson followed him disappointment pictured in my face

a'hug\rock.atkth; !- :..foot of, a hill. Tom Watson, :who worked hard for to the head of the stairs and in a and when,the judge left the bench, he :'EAYItR1 o d

\U f which recta the:"Wigwamllrsoedwkb ." him; feels. 'repaid.for ;b1sA effort, no stage whisper said, "Snoot tae. scoundrel -, passed my seat and stooping over t + Aw
.. <
'dippersjt1eguests line doubt. :- ':. < James, ,shoot him and I will w
: said "You are disgusted, arn't you?

.up, and,. like gibe kimpoteit! 3 man fl We have i sn..jcpoler days;' than stand by you." The duel I believe, I II told him,' half seriously that I was QW ,, I

ihfLpooI _pf Bethesdar iwafc; their some GeoriiadayslnAugust; :; ,:but the i was never fought, but old Hickory struggling to suppress my feelings. fp:

r (tura' fpr* a' bfferagefrom*"* ,'..the'labora-_'**:'. Georgia poet-'offerstsometiines'* ? .' ". for remembered young Wescott's "good 'Oh," he said with a chuckle, "don't : '. :

.. d _. -'"'- "consolation"w = !intentions" and rewarded him by to' ; : :
tory ...nature -r appointing try to suppres them; we allow disap- ,..,
The old grist mill lends an added "As you're welting down in Georgia, him secretary of Florida, and pointed lawyers great latitude 41I eWE

charm to this'spot and. many a legendis 'twill' be cherring to the soul to flU this position he- came to the and if it 'will relieve you any you 4' tD

in store.. '.10i',, /' To know_that folks are freezing where I ,e14 territory in 1830. After several may tell your client when you get 1116rtantE
"Ye who love the haunts of natfue: the ,Arctic billows'' roll!. yean as secretary he :was made U. home that we are a set of asses." And 2sstnononasrs

Love the sunshine ,of the meadow, I r'hatdim sun will be glancing over S. attorney for the "middle district," when I thanked him for the privi

Love the shadow of the forest, 'glaciers ghostly white, later becoming .a member of the.territorial lege, he added: "Oh it's all right- ,. +

t Love the wind among the branches, Where the polar bear is prancing o'er house of representatives, and I know how you feel-I have been r

__And thi"1'I.hHhower: d the T snow: eJnoW'.jlelds.Ih:delight.In ftiU later was sent. as a delegate to there myself."

I storm, traveling one meets'some very the, (constitutional ,convention of 1839. Judge 'Westcott resigned from the L'EKGLE A. K. TAYLOR

... I And the rushing of the great rivers, clever people and also some of: the When in 1845 Florida was admittedto -..*h in 1885 and died two years la- Eifiter Cartocfilrt
Through their palisades of pine I"other kind." 'sta. hood, James D. Wescott and ter. He was a bachelor, and lived AN BiaSTEAO WEEKLY WITH A W!.L CF ITS OWl '

_. trees, We met a "smart. Alex" in :; the Pavid Levy (Yulee) became the first alone with his books and his dog and

And the thunder ..in the mountains, Southern- ticket office at Macon,,,,who 1% S. Fenators, being elected\as democrats gun. He had faults-faults that were Brimful ef Good Things-Bristling With Catchy Cartoons

Whose Interminable echoes when asked if a certain train was our George Hernandez and that. '
over and
regretted probably cut
Maybe want to know what's so? Perhaps would
like in their eyries: !' train for Atlanta, replied "The one you you
Flap eagles Jackson Morton, the whig candidates. his career, possibly even his life. -
_ We met Rev R.. L. Wiggins, formerly on the track Is.: We responded 1at sSenaior Wescott served his statee "But who can tell how hard it is to like'to see things as they are? Perchance the? truth Per-
well told and cleverly pictured appeals to
pastor of .the M., E, .church in we did not suppose the one off the faithfully and ably, but for some.rea. climb if' you
have that will
adventure you .gcd fur a paper print
Ocala the who first agitated the track was. | after c
man E Ulh1 not retire to Flo.id The steep where'fame's proud temple
everything that should bo printed<< ?. -
subject of our new church building, Another.one.. of tae "other kind" the expiration of his term. Whether shines afar? -

some eighteen years ago. : "We also waS 'Bob Coachman ,at the Central he became disgruntled over his Ah,. who can tell how many a soul 'THE SUNA

net Mr, 8. J. SUch, formerly of Lady hotel at Gainesville, Ga. tIr : defeat for re-election' in 1849, when sublimeHas

Lake**,i ,a 'man well< v and favorably. j- i | ; Reynolds. ,' the proprietor,:Is a Jackson Morton his old whig adversary felt the influence of malignantstar Paper Without a Censor. A Paper Without a

knoxn In ,our "u"-'oJ''"' I very.excellent'-- -ntlema.. '",land; we. bespeak succeeded him or whether the ,

I. In Atlanta we tarried at the Ter. for him only success along hotel allurements of the capital city held And waged with fortune an eternal Boss. A Paper' Without a Financier. ,

Inal.It'a familiar term in that-'city, lines,' provided he discharges him captive, as they have so manyl'lllhC war" '

_ -*iledita* .- <*iti' thenewstation-.* &t***>f*&-*-& *,,;a}magniwi .-* "- "Bob"" >, and r- '_-f.secures 1-* the .services. of men since that time, I have He was philanthrophic, noble hearted, THAT'S TOE SUN
_!c enstructureand!::! one to>> be, proud! some one else-whohas'at least'learned never learned; but certain it is that charitable, generous and publicspirit-

ot the "first "pn ciples"of "'common he Remained there for years withoutso ed. I am told he bequeathed the It is Sanitary, dean and Wholesome. It is Tropical Bright and

We met the Oaffnejr family, .well courtesy to the traveling public. Our much as a visit to his .state.. It largest part of his modest' fortune to'
I and In good''';p 1t, owning their own 'sympathy.. ""goes''out, to "Bob" and we is said that while in Washington after the cause of education,'in his ,native, Fascinating. !U is Virile, Live and Enterprising.

business aid their own home. Wje suppose""he is'mofe to be.pUtted than i he ceased to be a senator, 'he city-Robert W. Davis in Tampa

also met MrTTCbuis'"t'oxand MrTMo- blamed"for the"'dwarfed condition of .lived by writing speeches for and fur- Tribune. BETTER 1 GET, THE SUNMost

; sea his principles. 'nishing data to congressmen who ..

t "Opr! next ..trip was .to Tallulah Falls. f The trains were crowded, there thus availed themselves of his ability Suppose the drummer had never of your neighbors do. Get their opinion on it.

t a'mlDatnre'NIaarawhere, mine host |was"a, jam:almost everywhere and and vast store of information. When been a, ""kicker We can at least say Then) write right awayto

_ Tlmberlake lodged us most 'comfortably ':the thought of microbes disturbing the civil 'war came Senator Wescott that olemargerine would still be THE SUN Jacksonville Florida.

'for. a couple of .. ay- His- .an j one's equilibrium,;.then_ Jt'grows ..mnotonous. went to Canada to reside' He was served for genuine butter. ,

Ideal host- 'and makes'Floridapeoplequite : .. r ..-' a intensely southern in his sentiments, Inclose as the notion strikes you-say

a a specialty i "They tel me, it is pleasant ridingon and yet, for some unaccountable rea- When will Florida adopt a platformand $2.00 for One Year, $t.OO far six months '
': Sweet how will she endorse :Mr. Bryan? ,
Fortunately for this feeble scribe; the rail, but "Home, son, chose to seek the protection of
the enchanted spot .needs no 'description f Home," cool*'roomy and with some another flag. When he died in 1880, As things now go it looks as if... Flor- 50 cents fcr three months.And '

for the average travelling man preferable to the little family! for- his son, James D. Wescott, caused his ida cannot get on the band v -'- we'll see to it that you'll never regret it. We'll give

and woman of Ocala have been eye.witneses' Peace and rest at; length have ,come, remains to .be brought to Florid and you the biggest run for jour money that money ever had.
is now delivered
The Ocala Banner being
_-: of the' beauties?' "Tallulah All the day's long toil is past; buried where he now sleeps. by automobile. The up-to- Oh yes, we'll send sample copies.

the Terrible" so named by the poetic, And each heart Is"whispering, Home, ,- tJ:
JAMES D. WESCOTT. dateness of the Ocala Banner Editor J -
;''I 'Red'Man. ifhra'most perfect summer Home, at last"REMINISCENCE. }
_ : (The Younger.) Harris and Ocala leaves litttle to be !
resort. With the talented son of SenatorI desired.-Tampa Tribune iT' '. .$>.
,x' "For.the tumble and the rumble of ;
terms of the closest friend- :
was on ,,, .
the waters,.as they flow The Only Honest Election Ever Heldin j ship. J met him for the first time The Ku Klux Klan was an organization -- :

i .. Make you cooler at Tallulah. than Kentucky. one bright cold winter' morning in that was necessarily secret because -,;; .
you,.ever were before.toTurn of the of federal bay -
ti the old supreme court room at Talla presence
whither will, you view ;0 the Editor Ocala Banner: .
you hassee, when he came in from the nets. A secret organization now ,",
new beauties on either hand which The Courier-Journal's recently Pop- for criminals is
punishing negro
before the convening
consultation room, .1ifttLi"ji
- take the form of chasms, springs ularity Contest is one of teh most remarkable of the court to join a circleof something for children to talk : :

huge boulders, moss grown, fern beds. events in the history of that good humored lawyers who 'sat about Atlanta Journal.
mountains, hills, hills vales horseshoe We might well add in the
I around. a cheerful blaze in one of the
beds, pools, points, cascades and J.' :tcry of .the state, for during itsprogress -- I
of that famous
broad, open fireplaces I
waterfalls, where the water, life that : Kentucky enjoyed the blessings Where find Shield Brand Shoesit
old chamber. He was then an associate you
i of the "Falls of Lodore" of universal suffrage. The total
# ,< justice of the supreme court and is a,safe place to trade because '
"}Ere it. comes sparkling, vote cast was 9,678,024 TO ,
was regarded and esteemed an able they sold reliable
are by merchants
And there it comes darkling The contest was carried on fairly
Here smoking and frothing from start to finish. The Courier- Jurist. everywhere; Be sure to ask'forRiser's I I ''
Judge Wescott was born and rear- MOVEAfter
IU tumult and wrath In Journal coaiictefi the contest fairly: .
E.din Tallahassee, receiving only an
?_ It' hastens along, confiding and and honestly' ," says one newspaper academic. education. In 1859, he was a King $3.50 Shoe _
: strong and as no defeated candidate has
private secretary to Gov Madison S.
..__ Now! striking and raging. seen fit to contest the election of her Perry, and was admitted tp the bar for men, and you.will get your
._ As if a war waging opponent we may 'conclude that the money's worth. Made in 37
when almost aboy.. Whether he saw Tuesday, September -
5- ; : Its caverns and rocks among. above statement is true. .And yet all
styles and all the
military service during the warI popular!
any 4th the K. Gro-
': J Its beautiful .scenes" have never the candidate and a large per cent 1 Q. '
Y do not know, but. shortly after the Leathers Patent Colt Vi
1" i beeo .truly pictured by 'pen,or painted of fte-- voters were women. cery" will be in the new c ,
tea. close of the war we find him representing Gun Metal
'by artist and'many, indeed have been Isn't the Co rier:Journal's Popularity Box Calf, etc. t
Leon...county in the state legislature store building north the
. : entertained while, listening to the lefffids Contest a pretty good argument -
____ ; : .and, a year or .two later the M. C. Riser
. "of this "Switzerland of ..America. for woman suffrage City Market. .Company
i'. '* : attorney-general of the state His str>et.ATLJn7Jf .
-:- ManufacturersGEORGJ .'
f .. !We went out to Raburn ,Gap and It not Watterson,,how would 'Hoke marked ability and industry: attracted Fat Btochcr.CUt

feund the "Ocala Colony*-napping,and Smith do for Bryan's running mate! much atention and at the early age .:f.
...; : og twenty-nine he was 'appoint
t for lack of time had to return before ,. years
... ,
getting a gttmpse .0? their.. ',familiar To,.the Trusteestof- ,""':.'; ell asociate justice of the supreme We have played"checkers" ':
faces Ocala Presbyterian Church:- court When he was appointed to the
Gentlemen |T '* \ bench, Edwin M. Randall was chief long enongh-this is,
.Jhis is a most Ideal resting place to donate ,
earnest a
It is .our last +
justice, and Osslan B. Hart was assoo- our move.
;'=. fr from the ravages of society, quantity of .the L. & M, Paint to, your '
but when I first looked the E. C. smith.
where th *air, food,and.water Lure church and everyxhurchswherever ItIs'to elate, upon ., ; .. .' C. V. JtobHII
Wholesome.ladTspositioa be painted y. court it was. composed of Randall, t."i
': staff '10,000 churches: .1nted. with ,,1M. -. .& chief justice and James D, Wescott, : ,:,. :_;. -; SMITHROBERTS.
among, ; mem- .
-.11' '' ,and R. B. Van Valkenburgh; associates .
.luringnma.. jr., Yours business
big r&f'the famllffiome l l3artawzJkvMontpelier Vt., '
most; ins : ".." "i; painted I recall the faces of tV Funeral and
= lriif combiced wjth! jUtaf writes' "Schoo ouse, KO. Directors Licensed
: I Embalmers
ee eeUagTnosUlgla, prompt- with L &'-Mi two coals*XUsedfonly judges as vividly ,today as when .1 )
l8-PUlb1e LATEST' .
"'gallons'oil-Palht5xst only 97 1.2 bench In the METHODS BEST' ooopg, WORK GUARANTEE i
five first saw.them upon the
'tO"fet-u:Co. Gainesvfll :Gaia .
edam H 1e1egraph orders '
eentsa gallon receive prompt, attention ****
room than and done taj
historic old court: more embalming
4 .V:htipe \tits medical, treat L.' & M.
ordw : V'li :& M.; Zinc hardens ; on short notice.OIkILL. '
ntenttiaf"b r: '. Ball.i' i ,pb7sicianrxellt White Lead? and mikes the.palntgwear twenty-ftve'y'ears ago. ''The chief jus- Clark rot ft ;
\" ; the'areat euoi like .:-'- wt tice in the'center, the venerable'and. .

,? k ewn'trtlthethfor-,'! fchndi 'B't- .. irk.A..U #iuat|&a&8iWc&! $write kind; hearted Van V&lkenburgh ion i I {
._ L.tment:; .. > residence 15 years ago Phoije 174. FPRNITU \ A NY
43 alntfdt3y
o ". -4.v. ., vt. ;( ", '."'v ,r.ivwrtvrw, .. gold'' bis'J left.> an<1 the alert Wewtt h'a: : ,: : ,
Randall and Van Yalken-
righthando ,
:places Mclver,& MacKay, Ocala Fla ;
la.GftJaeeviile tie:people.and .by l ; .
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This condition made the""visible. : supply -.,

.' { 61"' ,WOMB'S" EYES, ef d and.. at In fact this ,time kept In It so 1905., for err some heavy time. SHELLSt1; ;!;

Written For later. This accumulation .was wiped'out ; .
by the demand of the latter part _
the Mid-Winter ,Fair A THE OCALA. B.uUiEx'Vlntage .. :, !
Booming -. of, the season and the fore part of .i. : : ; i W
: ., j "-
Famous in Song and Story.Broward's 1. this :year. The :demand has continued : n
liSiasJeffeleon Bell so large especially for 'the darker
Place Beside he'W orId's'
grades, that even striking from consideration

(ireat' Men. ,* J*' *, .* ,;1.Spectal the abnormal stocks held ISPPROACH1hja!
to the 'south a year ago it Is ,probable ,
IN 'U- that the supplies on handtoday are ,
to the Ocala Banner: I Rant and cant ye prudes, who will, much less than a year This is
30.-Seldom !At the evils '.. : d -._ ,1 UJ( :. .L ;,
Tallahassee August of wine and gin, one of the strong features of the --- .
has there been a week at the capital P.utsoIqe how,the, real fine things we situation. It certainly looks as though ':rt!

when so little of Interest, transpired feel values yet were ahead. for the darker
';_ as the last one.. The routine work In Leak out when the wine leaks In. shades of rosins. Ocala Fla\.Aug".23o6.:
'.4- .. ,
departments go eta, but aside from Then I drink to you from my heart tonight : l,,
\ 't there is nothing worth noticing
'It Is regretted that as much cannotbe .
: ,
.- laity politically, or otherwise. Tal- From heart to heart.let It run, said ,as to the immediate outlook Trade: I'. Hu'\ ,

people have to pronounced Here's to \' ... ..
ee good fellows all over the for spirits turpentine. The marketfor I ; I ..'"
decree, the summer trip habit so our world- .

population li divided between the Their health and God bless every again that after commodity being forced has to weakened 61. 1-2 have just placed ,an :order

mountains and .the seashore. Panacea -
4. cents, and late yesterday afternoonwas '
Springs St Thereasa and Lanark-: A characteristic story 11'told of Mr. 4
down to 60 1-2 with considerable. carload 6f the West-
cu-the-gulf 'all ,nearby places have Dubois. He attended a reception given stuff unsold, and" likelihood of a further tj : : "
teen popular during' the sea- at the Leon ., .. .
very to, Mr. ,Bryan several decline today. It Is said that ;'"
ion. Panacea Springs Is fast becom- years ago while he was .toe' guest of the foreign demand refuses 'to follow rtridge Go's famous shells

ifif famous as a health resort the Governor Jennings. Mr Bryan had the ,market above 59, cents, and ,
Viler there Is a panacea for indigestion been hurt by the falling of the porchat while American consumers have to .;: .

and stomach troubles which are .the reception, given, him at St. Aug- buy they naturally buy sparingly prepared to name prices-
the favorite ailments of Tallahassee- ustine few days and '
a previously was when the ,market advances as, it has 1 '
ans. unable to'sta ld to receive at the reception -*
recently done. The market does, not
here. The Frenchman was seem to get any stronger basis on' mean dollars to you. : Drop
Governor Broward has addressed a geatly shocked to the Nebraskan I
see great -
which to rest after: it passes the' 69_ II
letter to the county commissioners of receive the ladles seatedt to 60 cent point and it looks as thougha 'I for "
% til ibe counties urging them to con- Some one explained the accident Mr.Bryan reaction Is 'Inevitable every time It quotations. .

:appropriations, had suffered and that he was the quotation is forced above those I

unable to stand during the reception. figures :
to be held In November. In his let I That makes no difference" he ,exclaimed August closed the delivery of advance !' &CO..

:; ter the governor says excitedly. "He should stand sales and from now on all of -i' .l" '.,
The exhibition of the resources of to receive ze ladies if he die from '
the receipts must come from the
open cfusive :
the several counties of the ,state at It'" market. September receipts as:stated : Wholesale, Grocers in Ocala.l

!, the last fair was highly beneficial to Floridians will be Interested in a last week always show a substantial

: I counties competing. It has given, increased story to appear, in McClurels magazine increase over those .for August Relieved IF i .
assessments, increased land for November. Mr. Richard Barry -- '
of the delivery of the futures, '
I values and Improved methods in of New York who has won distinc- the market now falls back on natural THE ... ', f.

: farming. As 'one of the results of the tion ,as a war correspondent and a conditions of demand and supply;and .t

fair, large irrigation contracts have magazine writer spent several daysat an Increased demand' is necessary to I IF ) Hardware l : : .
} been made and the tact demonstratedto the capital last week gatheringdata maintain values 'during September. )

the world that products heretofore for a story of peonage In Florida The outlook for the fall.for American 8cxiy
marketed In and
January February, for McClure. consumers is said to be quite satisfactory '
i can', Just as easily be produced In i From here 'Mr. Barry went to Pen- but It will be necessary to IC Fencing ,

south Florida In November and December saclla to continue his InvestIga .ns. have a stronger foreign demand than || ,. ". ';0, ':1

thus giving better prices' in Mr.:,Barry was greatly impressed with recently to keep spirits up where producers ,'Doors and Blinds ; '" i '"

4 the market. the pcisoua'Jtf' of Governor Broward.He would like 'them to, be arid i J K <... ? s'' i -
h: 'The holding ,of the fair has also'.resulted has interviewed most of the where factors say they must' be, keptif Paints \ Oils and, Varnishes, 4 -> r <-- J

In Immense Improvement to world's great men and says that, he producers are to 'come out in good .... ',

the breeding of fine live stock.,Much considers him one of the most remarkable shape, on their season's"'operattons.This .'-'" Mill and Mining Supplies, ....,
Interest has also been ,aroused in the men he has yet met. We will
J. & : Snp lies
breeding of fine poultry the poultry watch with interest
'exhibit this year will be twice as number of the magazine he represents at 60 cents, receipts 967, sales 6$7.Rosins : ImPro ved-'FarmingToolslY
'. '
large u It was last year. nrm, receipts 3,081.!! sales '
The legislature of 1903 appropriated JEFFERSON BELL. 2,156 at following 'quotations: WW t I GET OUR PRICES I'Zl. _

\ $30,000 to be, used for the payment of THE TURPENTINE' MARKET $5.60, WG $5.25 N $5.10.I $ .65-75, J
.L.h- premiums for two years and K $4.55-65, I $4.56.Q 1f4,"/45.,F '$4.37 T.
made it a state Intsltutlon. SPIRITS SHOW UP WEAK. 1-2-40 E $4.30, D U.15-20.. C-A 3.90 Hardware

Unfortunately the counties of middle $4.10.-Savannah Naval Stores Re- Coinpaiiy;

and west Florida, with the exception Common Rosins Continue a Splendid view. !
made Feature of the Market-The rThe
of Washington county no
exhibits and the state fair :)came intact Visible Supply of Rosins Be- Had Tetter for Thirty Years. ) r
the south Florida fair. low Same Period Last I have suffered with,tetter for thir- e
Year.Common ty years and have tried almost count-
Monsieur E. Dubois our famous i less remedies with little .if any. re- f'c 1
?4>wine manufaeturer.'has, gone to I lief. Three boxes of Chamberlain'sSalve ,
", f New York to locate, I understand I rosins are still on top. cured me. It is a torture. It
.breaks out a little sometimes, but
he has left The market may fluctuate but at ,the I
however, a nothing to what it used to do.-D. H.
end of the week the dark grades are
man IB charge who will carry on his Beach Midland City, Ala. Chamber
business .here. The excellence of the apt to come up to the scratch with lain's 'Salve Is for sale by all druggists -
advances credited to them. .
has some m 9ys
vintage of the San Louis vineyards '
become widely known throughout the This Is what they did this week again
afternoon Are These the Ten Best Books
the yesterday
country and Mr. Dubois has been supplying -
Edwin Markham, writing for Success -
showing an Improvement as com-
customers all over the United d
States with his wines and brandies. ared with the ,previous Friday's nominates for given reasons the
close of 5 cents on H, 6, F, E, and following list of 'ten best books:"
miles west of Talla-
His, two
10 cents on D. This was merely con- (a)-Maurice Hewlitt's "Richard
hassee Is one of the local,show places,
fimatory of the statement :we made Yea and Nay"-the adventures 'and
and until the county .was voted dry a
last week that common rosins con- passion of the England of the Crusades -
popular resort.A beautiful shaded
tinue to enjoy an unprecedented demand _
lanes and over hills
drive through ,
and that it seems almost an (b-Joseph Conrad's "Lord Jlm"-
%brings you to the gateway. Some dis- impossibility to get them down to a sense of the power and' terror of
tane from it, sheltered my magnificent -
any extent and even to hold them the sea. ,
oaks the handsome old maniton down on a. small decline. (c-Robert Kitchen's "The' Garden
stands In the midst of an old fashioned During the week these grades in of Allah"-two souls projected against 1
of. It stretches the h
garden. Back common with others gave the mar- the color and mystery'of the desert r .
'i vineyard. Acre after acre as far as ket a little variety by quick changes, (d-Mrs. Edith Wharton'se

the eye can reach. but is was evident that there was a House of MIrth-the tragedy'and the

-11 i San Louis was the site of an old decided undercurrent of strength that comedy of our hollow fashionable so- SAILINGS EAOH WEEK ,

J Spanish fort before Tallahassee was precluded the Idea of any serious 'or ciety. ,
:'I settled and was the home of Mr. and continued loss As long as the demand (e-May Sinclair's "The Divine : BETWEEN P ,

.;!; Mn. Arthus Randolph. Mrs. Randolph continues as it has recently Fire"-the apotheosis of the poetic .r
was a daughter of the renowned Governor been there does not seem to be much spIrIt. '- :
T and New York.t "
William P. Duval she Is the chance for prices going lower; and (f)-Uton Sinclair's "The Jungle" sonvi a *B,.34 _

gentlest, loveliest old lady one can any. increase in calls for supplies the awakener of the conscience of .
Imagine and makes her home with would doubtless mean much higher the nation. : Calling at Charleston, 8, 0., both ways .

, her aoa-tn-law. Captain B. F. Whitner. prices than are now being patel Just (g-Jack London's "The Sea FHZST STEAMSHIPS IN "TEE COASTWISS SSSYICS. 4. .

Tear ago San Lolus became the at this time common rosins undoubt Wolf'-adventure on the sea and "

property of Mr. Dubois a Frenchman edly seem to be the strongest thingin conflict of the primitive passions. NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN TINES

who has made its name famous. the naval stores line. (h-Stewart Edward White's "The 4 '

Until two years ago It ,was the fash'- Blazed Trail" the' flavor of the FUIqBT'SRllVIca BETWEEN "
Boston and Providence
io&able place of convlval little dinner r There weer unusually large receipts woods and lumber camps In, the great ...., I
parties and suppers where Just 'a little of pales this week;. especially for this nortwhest. ', and all Eastern Points. .
of Bohemia' flavor ,to ; (I)-Belter's The Breath of the
touch gave time of' the year, and prices suffered Calling at Charleston Both WI,..

r the tcctslon.. ,"Monsieur Is a genius"said a little from this and some slacken Gods"-the conflict In Japan betweenthe SEMI WEEKLY SAILINGS. '
'one of, his guests raising his ing of general demand for these, old traditions and 'the'new'ideas: ,
glass, "He has taken the Juice of ,the grades. In comparison with a*week! (J)-Frank N rris' The Octopus" ......-..._...N. ............ .......,............._....hoe ItwU wart' .,. th"

grapes.' the glint of the sunshine. the ago the quotations yesterday afternoon a book. somewhat older. but forever ......................,...............From. fest d.dtiftrfai Strut, harolT111. '
breath of a .,Iolet and the ,soul of a showed declines of.Ave cents on new;. the struggle' plundered men' 4 '

1'OH. and has given us-this." "Mon waterwhite wlndowglass N '15 on with corporate oppression. 'Clyde St. Johns River Line .: ,:

sieur Is t good fellow Jet us" drink his M. The total, .sales of the three top .f'
health and to the health of all good grades was. 2,712 barrels out of a total Meeting! of the Turpentine Operators Between Jacksonville and Sanford 1 '

fellows." of 16,282 barrels, there being. 3,- Association. it FiUtki,. Astor, Bemfwd ( Si) la&4 ) ,wi latnaoI eta '

"Here's to all good fellowsIn 112 of mediums and 10,458 of com- Special to the OCal'Banner: Landings St- low film. <. .. -

this world and the next. mons. There is every season ,some Jacksonville FUu, September 3.- "*'

',. ""," I 'drink you t toast tonight pales held In'' the woods which come The turpentine 'operators associationwill Steamer City of Jacksonville ,
its annual convention 511 u follows: Leave Jacksonville dilly, except Eatrdjrt i-t* x
to,market along in the fall and winter hold sixth Pt j
food fellowship's textNot Ketoruia;,leave Sanford,dui,e xc t Suad r$at 910 a.m. '
," the fellow that takes your handIn and_ this will account, for any spurtsin in the' Rink Auditorium Jacksonville ,r .

.an,idling hour-you know- receipts ,of them such ai' that of Fla... on the llth and 12th of Sep SCHEDULE .N..." .u. ,

Not the, fellow_ that slaps you on the this week,. the' production: of them temb r.The ....:
back, having ce&.ed'weeks. ago. labor. question is regarded by $ I J. J J '_ _U.r--
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the turpentine men as of vital Importance :--- -- I--- "" I ""' '' ,_ 1 ee t .
As long'as the highballs flow- s4 I _......w...:. ......:-J'a1&tJt. __ -.r....._. Lea,. I M p. i. 4 _
Bat The visible supplies of rosins ,are and It is expected that this ..rY-MM.r-r.-----.w Astor *., at
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fellow. that gives you a kindly ..-.,............--st. Fraaot _.-"..-....... .,..._ r elf ,.A
word understood, to considerably below commission will ,solve the problem .to ...-. Saaford ...........;",-,, *)11 e; =
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Wben the ;world Is, running wrong what'they aere at this time last year, the, mutual benefit and protection. of '- r .11 l ML.t|.
-:'.'b. especially.of H and below.. Last I all 'operators. :
fellow that hand .like more '
: grips your' ... and Ticket Office, 122 Wott Bay St., J.ck""Yllf..
MIl' year, .abnormal conditions prevailed.At .i The convention is regarded as, one I I "
Aid tells you life's a song.Wht the' ports south of ,here. great accumulations of the most Important 'ever held by -
resulted from the abortive the' association and ,a larger1 attendance .loNGEC'lL. Au'i OtA'jout. Agent UJ W tBf St. I atkmovtn.,".. ,
u If/you know the ;;sucker lies, : J G C f,WVKtl,'BaptrtaUBOCTt, ''.f.I .
What Jthe.,knows,it tool; attempt of the ,Jacksonville exporting Is expected not only' from the I Foot ot Horn Street,Jack oaTiU>, ft*. ,. -
Tom' which :subsequently Georit -FlOrida territory,but from the Oe '|,Ea fo Paw.Aft.,We*.Yotk., CtYDl;.UtLNR,Ceag ft1" AAt, t$.
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SOAR AX THE. EXPOSITION.. BROWNSVILLE'Va.'TH EI NEGR'O ES. trained' upon, the fort, awaiting either '-, WAS NOT OUR WARREN..
i '
DRAINING THE EVERGLADES;: for another' demonstration c'. from. the ,1 ,r
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ai Norfolk Wins the Convention .of ,Fraternal Temple TeL; Aug.-27. 1906. layout or from ,the orders ,of the Big Church Sensation Preacher Denouaced >

: Order of Eagles for'1907. Editor Ocala Banner: mayor. 4. In His Own Pulpit

S WHflT OUTSIDE ,CRITICS SAY Your readers are no doubt familiar Texas has, enjoyed'an "unenviable Portland, Ore.. special MJ that

Special' to the Ocala Banner: with the 'general facts concerning the reputation for hasty action but the the congregation, of the Her. J. Warren -
_;__- -----. C&iisaf ely>.tea our friends ofiflorlda I Norfolk, Va., August 31.-The. Fraternal entire 5amily of 1. .
: of of John's church
an- St. wbo
' f' i 1 1fSf. : \ was ; ,: .
1" ,
** i' recent of the
$ iJ .outrageous conduct negro .
th atheJace Order of Eagles will hold its ;
: geyv IrewKi. a** Publica-\ ; : th mOther and four ebildrenj at Edna, nOUt ced on Sunday night from dft ::
? .annual convention Jamestown troops at Fort Brown, ne'ar Browns ... '
-work at the
teat : of andreclalnvng 1907 ,
_, ., Ii a s 'It-p 1. }$ g-- ',- drjdningy V i. i Texas and this .episode at Browns own pulpit by the Rev. C. Is!. Smythe [ )
ttog of ImpartIal Discussion l lands on the Mississippi an.4 the I exposition' ,,near Norfolk Va.: ville, .Texas, though possibly they vile will clearly- ---show that we are will stand.by Pastor Warren. The latter .t- ;

Gulf coast of Louisiana, In the Yazoo Decision was 'reac1 dafter, considerable might be interested in: a little un wflling'for Ih iaw"to-act':if itwill, if nasvleft for a'few days to ttteed 4
; on this Great Proposition. discussion at the t.
delta, the J Das bottoms and the convention "
written history ,of the disgraceful af. not then there will be something a picnic. He said before he started '4j-
swamps "Cameron Vermillion and which closed few days ..
a ago. '
: fair. doing anyway. that he defied the Rev. Smythe to doiLlS
Terrebonne has not only not sent fsix. cities were in the. race .to. secure -
It' appears from the telegraphic' 'reports The theorro.f evolutiOn seems to be worst, and that he felt that h.

\ J """":-:- 1 down, values but, actually advanced ,,the .convention, and the contest I'I'w'aS that Major 'P nr se. the 'officer at least partially well founded and had the.confidence of his people.

A'NEW.. ORLEANS PAPER VHEW t hem, and, this is the 'experience of the most; exciting seen for .many
.. 'to emulate from Mr. that he
: in charge has reported' the affair to some people seem Smythe announces will
the world over. Immigrants do not years. 'Boston Omaha and NorfolkS
S"f "" i Washington as being a "battle" between spontaneous generation and evoluteinto sue Mr: Warren for libel. He allege ,
: Times-Democrat Sent Special Er c are to come. pitoa section'.which,cod- w 'the favorites, with as many! more '
: "the' citizens of B1ow svllle'and a fourth class species of the quad that before his departure lIr. Warren
ists mainly of Thetmore ini- pushing them hard for the honor. An
: Pldition to'Explore the Ever- swamps. the "colored troops," and that the ruped that was found,tied with a colt, declared that Mr. Smrth81f.. had 4
proved land there is in any state or entire day was devoted to the 'question -
.: /glide' Some Years, Ago 'and, trouble was "racial" and that it origInated several"years' ago; and some of them left him because of his Immoral Ufa
d district the higher ,the value/rof the and the various cities were. represented -
: i peWonally'Famiilar With ; ; :because of the "discrimination unfortunately are sometimes appointed Mr. Smythe in his attack upon Mr ,-
l and range.s. by their most eloquent
Pa- 4 against the colored troops at the bar; to command federal troops and it Warren 'in the tetter's church, eaid; -'
Condltlont-Alabama of
The problem draining the ever. speakers.
f _; etc., tc.1I S i I is no wonder that there Is unneces- "I am- here to denounce you Fred
:: ? *'per8ay Objection*, to :; glides hs never [been either! ,-as' dif- :On behalf of Boston it was claimed : '
: The facts are, as related .to your sary trouble sometimes.The warren, *s the despoiler of my home.I .
cult or as expensive as the drainageof by; her representative that the common I
the' Scheme are correspondent by 'one whow has 'beenon people of Florida are justly have waited long for this opportu
the lands on the Mississsippi.:There council had appropriated $50,000
: ;,, ij- < Baseless.: ; ,. the ground and examined all the proud "of '.the Ocala Banner because nity. You entered my home as a
; 'I I a nb mighty river tpj contend wit'h.no for a fund to induce conventions to
. .' surroundings and has verified the reports of its"moral stand on :all subjects and friend: Then' you won the love of mywife -
levees to' be built. It is not coine.tq desirous .:
city being
Fla.. 1906.Editor' necessary .that ,'they; ,
: Tallahassee Aug.1. to him by the citizens of Browns its newsy columns.I -denounce you as a tralto.-do ?
s to provide; ,the drains, and .keep! to'make: Boston, a popular convention "
: of the Ocala Banner:. -. ville iove" to read itRespectfullyr you he r-a traitor. $
$ by examining the results' of the
them nter.i Omaha
| : opent Twenty years agd Uhe c submitted its centrallocation' '"
: AI".au impartial discussion of, some shooting. 't. Mr. Smythe today telegraphed to '
Times-Democrat sent an expedidtion to the consideration of the !
The '" ', :S. D. HANNA. his wife, 'Who is at Howard Minn. '
of the important phases, of, the drainage -, brpugh the everglades, which,; while delegates and assured the convention statement which he makes of t t
tH' 't. 'i the affair 1: asking her to come and testify In his 1
question I ,send you proof of an 1t by no means'' settled Ju' uid. >rob- low-railroad rates and hotel puts quite, a different. phaseto Buying Lands for Cross ..Ties. t t
the matter to behalf. He also telegraphed her sister ?
tnat given by iajorPenrose (
: l ems involved showed that the dif accommodations would be furnished l So acute has become the situation
editorial which was publish -
: In' Miss Taylor to come on for the ,7''j
the officer
t. f\ t was largely, due cto natural ob The advantages of the other cities the railroads regarding tie
ed in the New Orleans Tfth s-Dembs His statement 1Ii'subtance./ls same purpose.. r rWliile'
tru tlon's. which prevented the overflow I were all expounded but to nd avaIl, ., about timber, that .,the. Santa Fe,. with the
St. John's
congregation U 1
: ,of the rainfall.in pretty much me as the delegates from Norfolk had two as follows: sagacity* which characterizes that

';- I' ':' crat.Thla_ cannot" ))e)' .ntrued;;as .e1th t r. same .way, .as1 the, Atchafalaya! and I inducements to offer the convention, Ever since' ,the negroes "hive been great company, ,has purchased thg stirred and Mr.up Smythe's on the sensational further acts incident Us t ;:

:: 'p.. the t.ustees. view. or the view of the Red river, "rifts" formerly converted .[for each one>presented by the other stationed at Fort' Brown' they have San Dieguito ranch in San Diego sentiment i
Uiemse was expressed today by n.
large portion of the Louisiana c!tles. They only assured!the been trying' to force ves upon
_ ; opposition, but.is 'a statement from asource a into conven- ; t county. paying $100,000 for 8330acres. T. Leggett and C. W. Potter member '

". 'which' certainly has no Interest swamp. .,' interspersed' .with- '':many. :l Lion that there would be ample hotel equality bar and'With other the white i eopleat the and will ,plant Ibe ,whole ranch to, of the official board of the church.
-' akes. It took some work and accommodations but promised that places of'public business
___ '' many, no eucalptus trees for ties. Four Varieties They said

: :. in either the success or the fan years, to .remedy. this. condition- ,. of,,, 'afr .excess in rates would be charged. Nod. > and this has, been 'denied the ', will be planted among them "Our :
{ pastor Mr. Warren
ore of the Fonda drainage proposition:' fairs in ,Louisiana, but the cost was folk's principal card was the Jameg| and, if seems 'they had, determined by the sugar andJemon; scented The
resign and the
I ____ 'le is also,.from a source where it is not, great ,There may be other difficulties town exposition and its collateral attractions -' I careful .premeditation 'to wreak vengeance plantingwill be done" as .rapidly as t eland St Johns to a unit is standing by

qiiite' evident that reliable'information 1 S* In the J" way In the ,case jr of At the*teverglades t and with this she won the on, the Innocent, 'people of can .be prepared and the trees him and will continue to stand by

_ Jbutfthey; 4are otJ.n$ convention for ,next year. The decidtIng Brownsville. procured from nurseries or grown
r 'th/xft raifpfoposiUon f offdrajnl 1 cQ 1 t him. We shall take no further ofl-
7 On the night of the
'. t*..a. M.f J* :* ** 1M !nmintabje;. .:The proposlUon Plhl tq l vote on the question was as fol-i- \ disgraceful episode from seed, probably 400 ;to 500 acresa clal action In the matter and will

age U',at hand, beause Louisiana has carry and will be unquestionably of l lows: Norfolk 972; Boston 609; by the "colored troops"" 'there year... Jt will take ten or twelve with our work." goon -
: been. engaged .in this work for many great. benefit. to Florlda.' 'New Orleans Spokane 62. Another victory for the was a, "party :'of young. p pleat a years for the first crpfl to ,be ready, These" parishoners said that Mr.

earL Times-Democrat Norfolk aerl was ,the election of one private home for general amusement hut_ fhr... will.. ho a ir>nntinnniis, rrnnevery C'O_ _,_ '..2._____ _._,.__ _. .. ,L ill
-v -- ---'-- --- Tr. .
wytues ueuuuucmwms 01. lueir
\. ----1 / :of its members' as ''Grand' '. and about eleven o'clock two negro Santa Fe paa ..
? thereafter. The
: Conductor' _
-' t If entirely agreeable you may pub '. It year tor was the act of a madman. Mr. Leggett I
the pf the' Eagles soldiers, presumed: .,to be .the two
.t Everglades.,
Is wise in the
_ lish, the editorial, or, if you like,.such I 1 preparing for. said he knew Mr. Smythe but ; 1
Governor Brbward'bas1! : _Officials of the organization at wii9 were. out on 'passes'pased by theplace
succeeded in I are shortage, in ,.the .future.-California
& .
parts of it as you may 'deem advlsa had no idea' when he saw him enter f 1
bringing a proposition before the people -: present in communication with Mr. R. ., of the party. The children, whowere Citrograph., :
: ble, giving credit to the .N.eyl Orleans j .the church on Sunday that he had a J I
o ; ''of, Florida taf the. fall election I H. Sexton chIef,of the department of on, the outside! heard, ,one'.of the ,
i, _
- Thne -De. Docrat. grievance.against Mr. Warren. "I' I
1, which looks to the appointment of a .congresses and special events of the negroes. remark that "those children Her Curiosity Was Aroused.It ;,..{
} Yours very;truly! ',, ': : had, said Mr Leggett "h would not. J t
commission t to consider the draining of .exposition! and the, date of the 1907 were haying too. much, fun, we will' was, the mayor of. a western city, .-.,... .
c N. B. have been allowed to
.!BROWARD, speak.
: I <
; -' r' the everglades covering millions of convention, ,* will\ b4e..;*9,n. ;'s. ttled'J On. put a stop to that. They went inside says the Detroit News, who received ; "

c, : The people of Florida will vote at acres. If the ,people vote in the afirmative "account. of,-the .imPort n e -i of me organization and told what they had heard the, following 'letter, .of. hiq., fry from "No guilty man, continued Mr. Leg :

: ::' < the, !Lele'ct on. ai proposition. .to :' and 'the party 'at once' disbanded.. an eastern resident get "jQould have preached, the sermon -
i'4 sa.create .4 ti i V i -'iii.. : the new commission will a special day, to be knownas ..
;, a, .commission that will. investigate I ,have great, powers. It may drain all "Eagle's Day" will be set aside There were about- a: half- dozen "Kind and"resp cted Cir: I see in a that 11 r. : Warren cue us after

,the posaibillitles and :a4via: or*any part" of' ,it; it may levy a tax and appropriate celebration and entertainment people and' children left In the :'house paper that a .,man named John Sipes ,the extraordinary scene created by -

_ bUity of draining. th eeveigrcmfwypbUlty on drained acreS'; it may sell at private will. be given Jhe. society, when the firing 'upon' it "began from was atacted and'et up"by a bare whose Mrs mythe. Considering the ,irqumstances

of draining ,everglades to thi sale reclamed lands; '''it may :con- by the' exposition. company. :, the garrison. ,The ho'use'was' punctured cubs he ,was, trying to, get when .the Jt was a emarkable effort

:- ,. iratiwswp{ *,of* w Florida!- which* coYer* S duct. 'Irrigatioa4work4in:8hortit. ft. .. &may.* *** The. :'reception given the. -Eagles athelr' with 'bullet :holes. "Tne'y 'were she bar cpme upand stopt.. him by Smythe's" Insane attack can haveno .
A 1'> '' effect.
lib .i ej A "
0r. ? '
1 '. '-' ijt1 acrea1ofian&1 ? 'J believed, ) do whafeverytconsider! e t..t9ritp2Itab 1Ei'i' t convention" in Milwaukee 'was about two and a half to three feet eaun him up in the mountains near
1i w"tel %& + f + The spokesman for Mr. Warren
anditertfle he :
E' tremendous, the entire city being practically high from the floor. The'servant was your, town. What I want know is did

be--dr&.m oft.. It is proposed ta endow No little opp 'sitlon' has-'arisen'over turned overy to them. The ,iing a bottle of milk for the baby it kill him" or. was he only t partly et profess ..doub. that Mrs. Smythe will :.

'u commission with great latitude of r the subject Some think iC.will, ren- grand parade, 'which',,'was:; 'one of the and the.bottle! was shot from'her hand. up and is .he .from,'this place and all come on to testify that her husband <
action. It. .may drain or not as1t sees ; ,!it ; i '* The 'baby buggy wis shot' about -'the bare. I'& know' but spoke the truth against her in his attack :-J
-t -- .. der4thejowerpart. .. of,. the ,peninsula] features of the convention was over through; ; n't" J
.. ,
flt;; it. -1&1.. bInthe'work, } at .once, ,,,. unhealthy, .. Other.$.":.8&ydrtlnage".. woulJ two miles long and was participatedin some of the bullets passed through what he was a distant husband of upon Smythe
,.Ii- started for her home In Wisconsin
: or defer J.;indennitely;] "way drain ihrownore. ... land.4 n4tb""'market- tnau by over 7.000..Eagles.A sixteen inches of pine and entered mine. My first husband was of that '
< '' ,. on :Monday of this week.
;: .._ what portions! i....pleases,,. =and leave. :the CHT be'assimilate ; and'of' others-fiay! II..- committee of the grand aerie has about) ten inches into a wall., name and I, supposed he was killed in '

,rest, unclaimed, ; it may'impose a spec everglades should'not'l'. rained an I 1iI.i I been appointed to gather all informa It was miraculous that no one' was the 'war but the name 'of the man the "I shall, not ..rest until the' whole .RI
truth shows in '
ialtax Vf'un'centa-",, an. acre on Such land for agricultural" "purposes Incomes tion.,records and other data necessary hurt. bare et b irigi i the same I though it Warren his true :'- '

- [: personsiwI11; be benefltted;' it may scarce and high ,priced.. to compile a: complete history of the He stated also that some of the citIzens might be him after all' and I ought' to ors says :Mr, Smythe. :

sell :any and al Ireclalmed land at All these objections! 'are baseless. organization. Special efforts are to be' heard an officer or some one know it If! he wasn't; killed either in .

..' private sale;' collect, taxes; carry .on and the American voter usually votes made to obtain ail the relating giving orders "load. fire;, load fire; the war or by'the bare for I have been AN EDITOR j' SPANKED.s 4 -

: irrigation, work after drainage is com- right. So he no doubt will In Florida, to its, inception and ealry develop- load, fire" Finally, another: different married' twice since and there oughtto ,,- mn

:. pieted, 'and perform many other du 1: and the chances are that he will vote naent, in order' to hav this official information voice was heard to call, "ceasefiring; be divorce' papers got out by him Something". \ Out of the Ordinary In "la

'ties.i .Bother t words it has ,the 'great, |o d'raln the everglades. The, .feasibility while those who were toe' cease firing; cease firing! ," .and,all was or. me. He sings base and has a 'FI: -fda.' -

: : ,-' powers'granted to.levee,and 'drainage .of Drainage is well ..established organizers of the order are still: living. quiet. Whereupon Major. Penrose .reported spread' eagle tattoed on his front chest I

,... boards. .]
and which' have been found necessary except, 'economic. ,-;uesUoDsThese: aj] most valuable and interesting com- negroes who had gotten the, key to you will' 'know' him' by if the bare tlid has been spanked. The DeLand sup- .

;: :. to enable .them' to do any. :T effective' S will cqine: up in,4eti7ind'thy; will pilation! as the, need .of such a volume the armory and baA gone o tside and not et up these signs of its being plement is authority for the statement.The' t

-r : ,\\'orkf: be solved one after knottier, as all has' been keenly ,felt. raided the town and that he "had: had him. If alive 'd n't tell -hIm I am spanking; it is stated, was accomplished "1-

[ proposition has the strong. support questions have been relating' to the i At 'Milwaukee the total representation every gun examined the next morningand married to Joe 'White, for 'he never by an "outraged citizen," .,

: t,Governor BrbwardC: but.we are occupation and Impiovement of the .., of the. organization was 75,000., 'everything 'was found in .order liked Joe. Mebbe you'd better let on wiiol felt aggrieved at 'a publication regarding e- : ,

_ heartnjthe.uia1.' objections to. the country.-Birmingham. (Ala),, Age- including. the families of the dele-' and, that it was impossible to" ascertain -!as if I am ded but find but all 'you can him in the'. lively columns of .

:.Improvement; and the'.oppositlon to' r' '"- about him 'without the Mercury.The :: I
Herald. < < gates, but as the society is growing who had done the firing. 'his knowing anything

j 'k the proposed< 'drainage, 'has tried to ., .'" with'such 'tremendous'strides' ; and'as.. When the .firing ,began the lieutenant what it Is for. That' Is if the Mercury began its existence ;' \

create a 'diversion by asking the. following ]L. Moses and the Pentateuch. the attractions of the exposition will of police heard it and thought it bare did not eat him tIp. If It did I with the modest Intention of setting :. ,i

; I questions The pontifical biblical commission, be great it .Is expected that there will was a fire alarm' nd'mO nted his don't see as you 'can do anything and the world in this section of the country I

'- "Will the drainage, :of the everglades appointed by Pius X has reported that be at least 100,000. Eagles to soar at horse and rushed to ,the main street 'you needn't take no trouble. :My re- on fire. It" was conceived In sen- Cj. [
cause climatic];changes that will do while Moses wrote;! the. sacred books the Ter-Centennlal .in, 1901.Can and a bullet struck him' in the right specks. .to your' family and please an-, sationalism and too his cue from ; \(

". harm of, more cost than the land to lciownas th "Pentate'uch, {hey were -i -i--* r- i- --- ..- ,. wrist causing tne same to be am cer back. other sensational publications which .1|

: be reclaimed will be worth? To not, wholly "inspired." Bob ,Ingersoll You Beat It. putated. As soon as he saw 'what "P f?. Was the bare killed? Also have pleyed their brief but lurid partson

whom :will the land belong after it I 1' used to have a good deal to say about I asone time* sadly' searching f'r a, was the trouble he. drew his revolver was he married again and did he the journalistic stage. It sought to

reclaimed?' Does the. state now the "mistakes of Moses" and. such /i 'country piace tV &rd. with"his leave give the generous public a series of :
; .'. ;nee, .4 left hand and fired on them. any property wuth me laying :
: the land" or would f 1 it''be better to'wai if talk waS regirded :sacrilegious, but One that boasted of some comfortsand This was I presume, what was, constituted claims' to?'" thrUIsIt proposed to stir up the .

' until there Is here comes grave ecclesiastical com that I could still afford, "' animals. .',
: a larger population'Would the, "battle, which, Major Pen.. -
!! the placing of so much land on mission and finds that not all of 'the When .I ran across', a farmhouse in a rose reporter.' A Boom for Gilchrist. .And laU this has resulted in the ed> f

:- the market depreciate'' the, value 'o f writings..-ascribed to Moses were "in sweet secluded spot The .citizens of Brownsville were When Gen.Gilchrist arrives in Pun- tor being spanked. I .

: other lands 'owned by the people'! spired." If this is so,, the "uninspired" Where the air' was pure and bracingand so completely surprised and unprepared ta Gorda ,and launches his, boom for The' Tribune respectfully calls for .

Have ." portlpnswere just simply the the weather seldom hot. governor 'there not be additional details the '
any thorough surveys bee n ( for such an affair that it was may so many. concerning ,-

made showing the best places for record' of a ht'mtn his'torian 'who, like Every room was light and cheerful; some time before they could collect to greet him 'as will greet Mr. Bryan spanking. Was it done with a shingle

the location of dra1nage. works other human historians is liable toerr" eah apartment had -plungs their thoughts and prepare for self but there will be enough men' and enthusiasm or slipper, or with open palm? Was '

: : Would the lands c r' self 11 Judgment or.lack of information. ""' ,"'.... to awaken the it
for accomplished in silence
gubernatorialra or accompanied
:- more put Fitted OutCwith "attachments place to protection, but. ,they, -lost no -time, in
: on the market ,ten twenty or thirty Probably the, mistakes" which Inger- &JffT1-put *yoursoap** .***- ,and*= 1 'SpOnge"" ""- '-5-' securing ammunition and guns'-to pro- from,.Key :West, to Pensacola by a. fi6w of language? Did the

years hence than If offered within a soil pointed out were made in the portions AU :the furniture was modern all the tect themselves, against the brutal as- General Gilchrist is one, of nature's. editor demur' or did he bow-or, rather :, I

,};_ year or two? '.. of' the Pentateuch which Moses i!' ,plumbing spick and span-j sault of "i d ral.'troops;" very soon noblemen .and 'no.man. In the state Stoop to the inevitable? fSpanlng

L ;:Tbere. have been joint debates on wrote 'by ,hlmse i, without the aid of Every, hall and parlor furnished iwphj.ia I I at, ,least, one thousand people were would.do more- for the common pea-I } an editor, however, with 1

thla subject between Governor Brow inspiration. patent 'noiseless fan, **, under arms and the entire, city was pie if selected' ,, .as'their." -chief execu- I all due: respects to.the DeLand citizen '; .4j,

i ard and the opponents of the Improvement il well guarded. The "colored federaltroops' tive-Dunnellon Advocate who was! provided with the innovation -T-4:}
A Kentucky Her Anithe<< table ah, that table Eggs In-
; ; will :
; It Is needless,to say In Louisiana ; stationed. ,gattling gun at never_ .prove popular In Florida, :k.-: :
-' As- we have often said the heroism -iinstnter from' nestl Those who desire
to Imbibe
;: where much' work of'this kind r- -.' : -"the *i> the fort andtraiuied, it upon..one spirituous orl'.anph else., ;Jn the first place Iq
of X mule is of the patient suffering Garden stuff culled fresh eacbmorn- liquors at'.a iuisvie hotel
l lto&.iust on it
has Js more difficult] than the other
-?- already ,beendone. that the ohWtioas main streets of Brownsville
; _r contained In 'th questions asked i ,and philosiphical. sort that ,seldom : the;finest,and the b t, Sunday will he'oblied, to order, aregulaj' methods! -of expressing disapproval of f -.
is rewarded by Carnegie buta Milk like ? There. :are about, fifteen of these_ meal with it/This : 1"0'
a medal and
: t {cream; purest nectar 1s at once the
are not,'worth. .moment's. consideratlon. thick headed polIcy! of the press. It Is much .
: The idea that" the. drainage noble and 'an inspiring eptlon bttei :Just; the ttntof,goldj' lipped kinky barbarians suggestive, of the menu, _of the. famous easier to shoot the editor and much ,

of a small section of Florida Ill was'that of a mule nitched :'to a deliv What:,,:;recouldn't.use. 'the'farmernexta under arrest and' in jail and the entir. Kentucky breakfastt" a. sirloin-- steak more satisfactory. It may cost more -
and driven W. A. Sellersof d y"Wlth reluctance sold!*' posse, together with the gallant omnipotent the dog to eat the st
change climatic conditions is"too pri :. erywagpn oy ak.-Cleveland. money, but there wh, be no serious '
Lexington qmniscent and omnipresent : '
-- Ky. Plain Dealer.
'- posterous for :a nt'8 cdnsideration. consequences, so long as the state '
.moID: : Disliking Major, .. Penrose. are held at:.Brownsville .
: the odor"of Capt W. D. There were fish and' flowers and\ber'liles '
.,.and it is a wonder' that thos a'ull examination for I pardoning board stands as a protector ,
Wilkerson's automobile. hero to : everything .i could I pending ,, and Mary hadt little
: who .Iucce.ted did our. man a trump'When between the shooter law.
and the
this pretend ** t '
knot sXniit the first time since the act,, !ir.. Peri- '
quote the language of a dispatch :Set seek -* playing
; know
j ,
tbi'lt would unfavorably effect the you Furthermore, the process of spanking -
upon:the automobile with btfth'-of I noon. We have drained'twenty times ?chargi.us seven played an ace Is mediocre. It smacks of the nursery
front feet and tore' boles ville !Is ,the. best .place to. go away The
as much land along the MissiSsippi great In the paltry plunksp'eUek.% trump was sure to go. and has been an institution of child

river in the same conditions as the top of the enginebox. People expected -: WJiat say ')"out'" '.You'i, :, "like .to "visit-: from he ever, ,saw. ,..Arkansas. '-- not'exPenrose ;o.- \ hood- from time Immemorial. Do not. -

everf lades without the faintest sus the machine would explode before such a place'of endless bliss ,icep ed., ', ..,.II: Chamberlain's' ,' Cough Remedy One of dear' reader ever subject an editorto
the mule could be gotten, off, but it Well. 'just live in hope and some day .I Little did Major and the" Best on the Market, ,
of climatic such low chastisement
pictlon any effect For many a common, type of
did no ." A brave and gallant exploit jthfmayhaveja-:: like this. those "colored, federal, troops" years Chamberlain's ,
"The proposition' thatthe Cough Remedy has constantly, gained .
; recovery The.mule hadtbe: u it who.are. oI ly"a.. little put '
,, geof..h, con in favor and
ao'much : popularity until It is We confidently expect full account
of land may a _
awanp ; have a victions, and having, deliberately for 4'To .raon', .- out ,on account pf a little social unkindness one 'pf- the' most 'staple medicines in >
; of 'the spanking incident in the next ."
tendency to depreciate the value b iland siysSam Kendall "of" 'Philhpsburaii. .
: mulated !his resolves, put It into effective know t.h3t. simply, by the word use and-has -enormous sale. It is ini '
.already .drained 'probably:exerts \\ .. just cover it over' with ,Buck : -especially for issue of the .MercllJ'). It should be :,
.: : of the acute throat
mouth from and
: eeeuUon-Chrlesto ., yorof the city :
',___c more Influence In organizing, an oppo : 1, ;iewsandCrIer. ten's. Arnica,Salve,and 'the S ejvut of''Brownsville'" that'Fort. Brown'and' lung, diseases{ such ,as coughs colds accompanied with a diagram, show .f.;: !
'a UO "' 'ls1 do the. rest"Quickest cure; for. burns, and croup, and can'alw ys be depend- Ing the actual 'occurrence. It would
," It probably :that the 4.
boils\ scalds w unds' the: entire "
sores. piles garrison 'would have been ed'upon': It' I pleasant Safe'to
Florid. land: ,inarkeU. : will :k.E'i fi; The ',Toledo,. Ann Arbor and: Detroit &zemaaaIt; ,rheum.( chapped;ba .d landed Into some ;'bad, ,place :.spelled' take'an'd, undoubtedly-the, best In be a winning card for'the Mercery. !r-:;

<' ". applied. .and,,that,*.this- may, .cause. ain Electric; .railway"has 'been"placed'In. sore feet and.'sore,eyes.__.Only..25 ts.at'I'yding with four: letters by' < several: pieces the":market.for. the.purposes. which Think of the',distinction. Tbe Only .

;. { -' 4 !recIII 0Ii : ,,!alu... Here alsO we I'the I hands "of"t receiver.' anteed. "&'Cd/s'.drug store:*Gnar-m of artillery .that' had 'already been gists.it- is .intended* old. 'by' ."all-, 'drug. Editor in Florida Who *Wa' EverSpankedJrTampa :

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-- ; ; NOTICE* OF APPLtC TION-FOR r..,.,.,." J L "' NOTICE.:-<- .... ._ ---"NOTJC,5
i ': t 5 t.,4 :t1ti .PTRMIT TO SELL LIQUORS; :
H:9: f. ;

) }' J1iff I I RWtENTSIN f f'i t INBSfANDJBEER f|'$ $ r......,,Mridutctcrt S. "". .. S. < ;,-"-''itt.. ''II!- the Circuit Court of the Fifth Joi' -' >

ELLA. ; -' : florida: : diclal Circuit of Florida la and
.- Whereas, William Hi: Tison has Tampa and Jacksonville Railroad Co., '4i for Marion County-in Caineery -
filed with the board of county.commissioners .A .Corporation Organized Ex :5'., ,

3JPHEELERWDLCOX for Marion' county Floridahis isting under 'the Laws of the ;Clara Berry Gordon Compliant, 'T1.I .

application for permit to sell Liquors State, of Florida ,vs. Eliza I:;.JDavidL. Gordon Defendant-Order -

: : ;: : -some, conditions the Wines and' Beer in Election A. McDonald.Noticeof r'." for Constructive Service.

I I gain ,from the :use, 5' District No.,..Qne of said; county and Condemnation i :It-is ordered that the defendant
H. :' state; any person of such election district Proceedings. '
named to-wu: David L. C->
5 Emulsion
of S ott' is
: may, show cause Is--any therebe Notice is hereby iven that to all i don, be and he is aereby required

very*rapid. For/this, at the meeting' of, the board' to behOld persons :Interested in w having alien Ito: appear to the bill of complaint In

- -' <\} -zitTtnht -- <' on rj <- :-t. on:the folowing described property ,this: cause on or before
J'.(, ,y Al1cri an..T'Jur. reason we put up afiftycent Monday, the first' day of October next, situate lying and being in Marion !Monday-the first day of October 136:) ,

ncl Cxam u r.). size, which is why such permit should not be. granted. county. Florida and more particularly i It is further ordered uut a copy

described as follows, to-wit: of this order be published once a week
.Much has been written of Dr.,Elmer enough for.an ordinary '(seal) S. T. .sISTRUNK, A part of the southeast quarter of 'for four consecutive weeks in the -.

- lt with cough or cold or,usefulas Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners section fourteen (14) township thirteen -'Ocala Banner a newspaper published -
Gate experiment a dying rat,
Marion County, Fla. 9-7 (13), range twenty (20), beIng a 'In said county and state. -
trial for babies
placed In lront of'a senticized screen. a right of way'one-iiundred anu fiftl(150X I >This 30th day of August. 1906. -

According to. reports (made by Dr. and children. In other NOTICE OF PETITIONERS TO .feet ''wide, seventy-five (75) feet on I(seal) S. T. SISTRUNK

Ward before an audience.' London), conditions the gain is ADOPT CHILD. each' side of the center line of the 'Clerk Circuit Court Marion county
0 Tampa and Jacksonville Railway Co., 'I v Fla. By Geo. C.
Leltcer, D. C.
Gates found that so long c
professor To
:slower-health ..cannotbe the .Public1""W ..as it is now located. The said center R. B. Bullock. Complainant's Solicitor.
;art be rat was alive it threw a shadzkd4enly I _Take notice thaLcwMondaythe: 8th line begins on the north!: line of 8-31
transparent. ( built up j in a day.: day- f October,"' ?!). J906. or,as soon 'the said southeast quarter section, ::

:- suddeuly 'ransparent"Here. I : J dn such cases .scot6:> thereafter as' we :jnag be heard,'fwewilt' i eight hundred and eighty-two (882) '00 NOTICE MASTER'S SALE.

file our-petition for the'adoption 'feet, north eighty-four (St) degreesand '.:. Notice is hereby given that
:: un.
: said the lecturer "there wa Emulsion must be takenas
of an infant child, Joseph F. Valzana,
twenty-six (26) minutes east der and by virtue of that certain fl.
a .strange phenomenon At the very I nourishment; .a food I, with the clerk of tne court for Marion from the northwest corner, thence nat decree rendered on the 28th day

T instant the rat became transparent rather than a medicine. county, Fla., fifth judicial circuit south twenty-three (23)) degrees and of July, A. D. 1906 by the lion. W. S. I

i_ a shadow of exactly the same ;lof Florida, and wia as soon thereafter eighteen (18) minutes west, twenty. Bullock, Judge of the circuit court -
It's-a food for tired and ','as wo comply with the statute pray I.three hundred ana forty (2340) feet of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of FlorIda -

4 shape was noticed to pass as it were weak fl'for an order from the judge of the to the west line of the said quarter ,. in and for Marion county, la'

oufjof and beyond the glass tube and digestions. *-- fifth judicial circuit courtFERDERICK section, and containing eight and'six chancery In that certain cause pending .

TinTsh as it passed upward on the "* ..;. :* -'' ,.'; c--* B. KERV A."i Lone hundredths (8.06) acres, more wherein of Ocala
censltlcised screen. \ '. Send for free Aample .* >... | S. j, IDA 'W. KERVAN, or less to be and appear before this. City Is complainant -
NOrwalk Fla., Sept. 7, 1906. 9-7 honorable court on the and C. W Morse, jr.. Is defendant

Science is creeping along slowly 1st day of October, A. D., 1906 the undersigned special muter .
buf surely, in the, wkke of the psychics & Bowne, 409.4iS Purl SL NOTICE OF.: APPLICATION FOR same being the first Monday in said appointed, to execute the said degree .
New York
, I and will eventually corroborate CbtmUts50C. PERMIT TO SELL LIQUORS, month and a rule day of said court; will, on
.and$1.00. WINES AND BEER. Monday, the 3rd day of September
to show ,
if said
all that the ancient seers and modern cause, any, why prop : .
erty should not be condemned and 1 r: A. D, 1906. 1.

theosophists haveIered-. -**-*"- ':<, '. -. Whereas, Thomas H. Keating, do- ken.fpr.uses and. AQ 'shownythepetitionflledherewith during the legal hours Ot sale at the
:On page 144 of the "Great Psychological ing.business",as'Strauss:;& Company: > purposes or else. south door of the court house '

-,.- : Crime" (a"book published by and plays upon the motive of dis commissioners has filed with the for board Marion of county to be barred of ail right, title and, I in Ocala, Marion county Flor -

, thi Indo-American Book Co., of-'CM- and unrest, that Mr. Baryan Fla., his aplication, for permit county to sell I interest whatever in -and to said prop. : ida (the same being the building -

cue in 1902) occurs the following himself most formidable to wines liquors and beer In Election now occupt by the clerk of the 'j

- statement, which is interestingly sim- republican>plan of the campaign; District No. one.(1) of jsaiu county and set In witness hand whereof and affixed, I have the hereunto Circuit Court and other county of. .
seal of
state; any citizen of such [election: : my ficers of :Marion county, offer for sale
llaF,to Dr.. Gates' assertion: clearly|outbids Mr. Roosevelt "for. said court, this 3nu .day or August. -
district may show cause, If anytherebe and will sell to the highest and best -

- ,"At the period of dissolution of an labor 4"" -vote. .His.." proposed,', revival' at the meeting' of the...board to beheld A.(seal D., 1906. 5 bidder for cash the following described -
) S.T..
animal it is clear (to one who is able Income 'tax with our legisla- on* *" -<1& .1 SISTRUNK, property, to-wit:
Clerk Circuit
to"observe the transition) that the edsigne to corporations and[ Monday, the first day of October next F. M. Simonton, unirt South one-half of northeast quarter
the community. will trump why;such- permit should not be'grant. "" "" and north one-half of southeast quarter -
spiritual" body carries with it the .animated ...- ', put ed. tAttorney.. for Petitioner. 8-31. of block. ".F' e\f .A.lradd'. AddftJnft
thatf-tJle --- -- ------ -------
principle of the animal entity, card' republicans' seem .. (seal. ) S. T. SISTRUNK*, ,51 iNOTICE.. to Ocala, Marion county, Florida, or 1
la: due course of time, however the I [ .to pl yAnd.,eyen: his dream Clerk of i theiiBoard, County_Commissioners -* .. 4. 6 so much thereof as may necessary 5

tsimal disappears from the animal ownership of the rail- Marion County, Fla. 9-7 In Marion County Circuit Court, Fifth to satisfy said decree and costs. .4

spiritual plane." held up before eyes made. ac- Circuit of Florida. JOSEPH BELL -
NOTICE Tampa and Jacksonville Railroad Co. ill Special Master la Chan f1. -
visions |
:jj Ufo After Death. d to such during the ,
T E.
'fourears.-wm;probably!attract In the Circuit Court of tp Fifth Judicial A Corporation Organized and Ex. f. -
Complainant's Solicitor, 8-3
"The author of the book proceeds to isting under the Laws of the
voters, in the present state of Circuit of Florida in and ? J; --_
state that the human 'being who has for Marion County-In Chan- State of Florida vs. Jacob
public nerves, than it will affright. Stanley. and E. W. Ag- .. NOTICE OF APPLICATION OF .
: developed his better nature to ex
any cery. Jt
told, purely at the new.-Notlce of Con LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S
teat while earth "also Andross Williams Complainant, vs.
upon disappears Pro- INTEREST IN REAL ESTATE.
-- effect: oT'Mr. Brya 'home com- Esther Williams, Defendant r S demnatipn ,
frOm hIs first plane to -iipon : .
- .. reappear. 'it Order for Constructive I ceedings.Notice _'" -.Notice is hereby that -
r. speech, :will have to be pro? Service, given on the
-: ththtgher one;" so' that while a bothttt'man ... : ced ''snrewd and forcible. From It is ordered that 'the 'defena n1 I _,is hereby given to all 7th day of September. 1906 1 will apply -
Int rested In
and the animal possess a herein named, towit''Esther' Williams persons or having ,a to the Honorable Joseph Bell.
-: New York Evening Post. be and she is hereby required interest whatever in andto said property ; County Judge in and for Marion county
spiritual body the higher being pro-
.. situate lying and in
being MarIon .
.. to appear ,to the bill of complaint in ; state of Florida at his office In
: .
plell more Rapidly to greater rr; -1 -- county, Florida and
..more parties
this cause on or before ? 'Ocala;in said county, for an order authorizing -> -
rtuniUes aft he'bodylstcost off.. Bryan,. and_,his.. friends have l- v ulariy. described as follows to-wit r: ,
p... Monday the 5th day of Nov. isjufi., me as guardian of the minor'child
Bclence'lhould'proveithe as'it ': saying 1hat Pr sident'Roosevelt It is further ar S A, part of.the east-halt of the north Cornelia
:;: fact ( ." ; ordered, that copy of to-wit Olivia Stro- -
will) if the existence of all life afterdfath his clothes. "Tfie returned Ne- this order be published once a week east west quarter quarter of;and..ie,part southwest of the qUarterof north bhar, to sell the following property

the must'be address in the Garden last for eight consecutive weeks'in the belonging ''to said infant to-wit:
above statement section
Ocala Banner, a. newspaper published twenty-three (23), township : One undivided one-fifth Interest in -

-. Trjr., gratifying, '--.r'-to those -anxious_ .__. spulsirtu : disclosed him as himself wear. in said county and state. thirteen (13)), range twenty (20), be block numbered forty-two (42) Old
; -twosetsof" stolen" garments.. I 'This _. lug a right of way one hundred andfiftr(150)"feet'w1aeseventyfive 'Of the of
-'. ) are dlstreSed..At..the, Ilg:, -4thdajofSeptember.1906.. Survey city Ocala Marion ,
't 'H festion that any other order of crea- -1 got "one'set"of*garments from -'seal) -S.-Tv SISTRUNK,. feet'oir'each'-stde"ot"the (.;)). county Florida, said lands belonging
Clerk Circuit Court Marion center line to the estate of W. J. McGrath, deceased -
republicans-the assertion of the County
; XT: tfea the of the ,
man enjoy privilege""immortality.
save can Tampa and Jacksonville Rail
: Fla. to be sold for the best interest -
.- of the central government to way Co., as it Is now located. The
.. _- _, By George Leitner D.-C.. of said minor child.This
"; "What'n. ," said one a man to'me r% 'i".i.: *bQ ,!U hi"* ,*,*it.:.wanted J to"...do" ild win j Spencer- f, ',- -.7..p.. line said of center ,line begins on the north August 10, 1906. ,
5 ,.tne said east half of the northwest -
less of so-called "state's rights ) JAMES N. STROBHAR
ceatly. "do mean to that I wfl1.bye Complahianrsj Solicitor .S ,: ,r :
you say ,
.. .. .., '' -"<3' I' :ff ." .quarter one hundred and thirty. 8-11 Guardian. *
to associate. with dogs.,.$ cats. ,:neveri' hast'l'f- n. democratic;ooc-.- ,.. (t : NOTICE., ,T : ;:: six (iioj feet soutn, eighty-four (84)

tad, horses in heaven?" a-q \r Jt and alwayshas been republican ..' ,oj. ,.;::;"-= ... degrees" and twenty (20) minutes west Administrator's Notice- of Final Dis .

: :;"You associate with them here," I In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial of 'the'northeast corner, and runs charge._ -

=, ')and do not to feel got the other set of garments, Circuit of Florida, In and south twenty-three (23) degrees and -
you seem ,
for Marion County-In Chan- eighteen (18) minutes west twelve ;< Notice, is I ereby given that on the

t.. j-repUed. by living, upon the same World says.Jrom* Mr. Hearst-' .--.5- .. .....'. ;cery.' .. hundred and ninety-seven 1297) feeC 6th day of November, A. D., 1906, the :
f, earth with them?" : that, the government< at I -- ,..-- ." S thence<"south "eigur 'degrees and undersigned administrator of the *s. -
I stae of John W. Randall deceased. will .,
;Why may they not enjoy the next put into force all its I A. P. Stuckey Complainant vs, F. twenty-oner1t"minutes-) twenty- present to the Hon. Joseph Bell, County .

plane as well, and receive the benefitsof inherent powers, take over the M. Townsend G. D. Townsend, T. A. feet eight to hundred the and sixty-two (2862) Judge of Marion courty, Florida -- .
south line of said
and other public utilities Mathews Albert S. Johnson May, norta- his final acounts and make final eettletl -
an Improved. condition, the same as Johnson, Sam R Johnson, Oliver Fort east quarter of the southwest quarter; ment and apply for his float! dis-

yourself? You would1 still'be their superior lodge in r" the executive. the author-'. Lizie v and containing fourteen and three charge as administrator of the wld
if that is the question which to" ruin absolutely every' large bus Johnson Flower Johnson, LenaB. tenths (14.3) acres more or less to estate. P. T. RANDALL. -
"'-;' thee Dickson, Eupheme ,Fort E. be and appear before this honorable Administrator of Estate of John W. .
troubles enterprise.-iFrom. Evening '
you.1tI .
'"; '1' < A. Norris, John A. Dickson, John court on the .
older of the world Fla.. May 3. HOI46m
the religions 1st
Bowen, Ira Bowen Barney McEI day of October, A. D., 1906,
the sacredness of life and Its oneness >- same being the first Monday in said
: reath Dora I. McElreath, Irid D.Knox, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ?
month, and a rule day of said court
: with the creative principle are recog- the least striking and signi '
Dora Knox Henry ,J. Power, Lula to show causeif any, why said property --f-_
!atzedf but in the orthodox creeds thing about the committed-to- Power Ruth Power James L. Me i iMulen should not be condemned and Creditors legatees, distributees, -

1 which have taken the place of that essay that Mr. Bryan last Marie McMullen I evi BlacJ- taken for uses and purposes as shown and all persons having claims or demands --

I simple, and beautiful religion taught delivered in Madison Square Man. by the petition filed herewith, or else against the estate of HenryT.
George W. Means Ca1 b. JBauknght S
Spooner deceased
to be barred of all right title and
: by Christ man's Inordinate egotism was the manner of his dismis i
R. C. Smith and John Y: Interest whatever In-and to said prop called upon and required to presentthe
baa put animals on the plane with machines of the money question. It was Martson. erty. same to the undersigned as administrator -

and it has made future existence because of the calm impu In witness whereof I have hereuntoset within two years from the S,

a human trust, in which the low. of its assumption; significant Order for Constructive Service. my hand and affixed the seal of date of the first publication of this -
said 'court this! 30th day of August, notice, otherwise same will be barred -
er creatures can have no share. of the indication it gave of -
It is ordered that the defendants A. D., 1906. by the statutes of limitations. :
J. Howard Moore, In } j"The Universal way Mr. Bryan's mind works..
herein named, to-wit; T A. Mathews (seal) S. SISTRUNK, -
.i Kinship," says: if the wind should be Clerk Circuit Court. Administrator to .the estate of Henry 5
E. A. Norris, ,John A. Dickson, John .
"The doctrines of universal kinship out of other "issues" Mr. Bryan F. M. Simonton, T. Sooner, .
Bowen,. Ira Bowen:, Barney McElreath, Attorney for Petitioner. 8-31 Stanton, Fla., August 10, 1906. 8.ll.atADMINISTRATOR'S
U u old human philosophy. It was to blow up-such. for exam '
Dora I. McElreath, Irid D. Knox, S
taught by that divine soul Buddah, by as his new doubie-jointed owner
Dora Knox, Henry J.Power, Lula Power :
Pythagoras and by Plutarch. who In of railroads-he will be ready
Albert Power. Ruth, Power James
.' :the breadth and Inte sltrof'hIs moral] years from now to say on another L. McMullen Marie McMullen Levi is hereby given to all creditors k,

:' nature was in advance of all save an that the system which was I i I Blackman George W. Means CalebJ. Notice is hereby given that on the legatees distributees and all ... .

exceptional few of those"Uving'today, against his most energet Bauknight E. C. Smith and John I persons having claims against the .
15th day of September A. D.. 1906 I
estate of Robert E. Fllnn, deceased, -
W. Marston, be and they are hereby -
two thousand years after him. was the one he was striv will apply to Hon.. to the to the .
required to appear to the bill of com the ;Joseph H. present same undersigned

"And now the central truth of the for all the time.-From The plainant in this cause on or before Bell County Judge, in and for MarIon within one year from date hereof

,Darwinian philosophy is the unity' of : . .- ". 5th day of ,November, iuo.' county, state of Florida. at his .duly authenticated. --
Hfe And j; 1 fl It is further ordered that a copy" of
the this
during next entury -
-- i office in city of Ocala. in said county, Ocala. Fla., July 6th, 1906. -
truth Is going to recelye an unprecedented :- : : hour ago, vso to speak, is .wa ,i for this eight order consecutive published weeks once a'in week.the for an order authorizing me, as guardian S JAKE BROWN, ,-

recognition In all deprtmentsof first, the rest nowhere. Look Ocala Banner, a newspaper'publish- of the minor heirs of the estateof As Administrator of the Estate of. ; -
Robert E. Flinn. 7-6-8t
human thought"Rider for the grand transformation ed in said county and state. .Green Gattis deceased, to sell at : -S.--- -.4:

. Haggard something less than with Bryan almost invisible This 4th day of September. 1906. private sale the following property GUARDIAN'S NOTICE "" ANNUAL .. I
two years ago stated that he positive (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK. i SETTLEMENT. -
was probability scarcely visible as'a Clerk Circlnt Court,. Marion County belonging: to said estate, to-wit: Lot, ::55'
that be the -
spiritual body : .-From the Brooklyn Eagle' Fla ___ S 9-7 tbirty-ttro_ feet 2orta and south by
:ef his dog at the exact moment when Leitner 'D. C. I Notice Is hereby given that on the :
By George fifty-six feet easf "and west in the 22nd day! of August, A. D, 1906. I
T (as it transpired the following day) [ Hocker & Duval.Complainant's. southwest corner of Lot four (4) in I:&t the court house in Marion county, -I-
-i:: *the dog was dying. I Kean of Dunnellon,. Shot.- ". ,. Solicitors.- ,> Block twenty-eight: (28) U3T7 .survey j j Florida the undersigned as guardian :
[ I for the minors Katie Mai
s'A Needed Belief. I c; '. south of the town (now cityl of McIntyre, :
and Helen will
'--' Mcintyre, present my --
God would never have made so much Tuesday's Daily For a Two-Cent Stamp. Ocala situated lying and being in the !accounts and vouchers to. the Hon.

intelligence so much affection so I was reecived in Ocala ,- city of Ocala, Marion county, Florida; !Joseph Bell county judge tn and for

much toyalty and gratitude as exist in afternoon that Marshal A common chemical has been discovered and is owned in fee simple by Evelena i I Marion county and make my annual :.
to ,possess healing. properties settlement as guardian of the said -.I
animals unless He intended these of Dunnellon, had been shot.' notxknown Gattis and Syrona.Gattis, minor heirsof minors --S
heretofore, surpassing
Qualities to continue. The world honting was accidental.: In some other drug. The dicoverer will the said Green Gattis deceased. [Dated June 19, 1906. I ,

needs this belief in the future life In while attempting to make an .ar- any Said land belonging to the estate of A. MCINTYRE. -5.

'. ulmals to vitalize and animate its he let .his pistol drop from his for a two-cent stamp.-tell anyone whatit said Green Gattis, deceased, to be sold I As Guardian 'for Katie :Mal and Helen f--
Address X Fla. 8-24-m Minors. S
is. Philippi McIntyre 6-22-9t f
: religion Into, practical"expressions. of I I pocket and in striking the ground to the best interest ot said, minor. I I -

;. U" Golden Rule. and the- ball hitting Mr. heirs. -S GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT

MiD i I. an animal. A higher animal, in the back and causing ,.It is This 16th day of, August, 1906. AND FINAL DISCHARGE. tcr

,It if true the highest yet evolved but I a fatal wound. TDAllII SioiTIolI-R! "HATTIE' F. McCLARY, _._',. : -
l --" Notice is hereby given that on, the
UB animal. 8-17 Guardian. '
t..Q. All other lesser forms A. L. Idar, Sheriff Gordon and -
I 27th day of December, A. D., 1906. : 2!
tof We are his kin. I Sheriff Bishop of this city I 'W
S I at the court house in Marion county, k--. 1
% .All life Is from the, eternal source : down to Dunnellon Monday af- NOTICE. r:. Florida, the.under signed as guardian I
DCUltS. ,
In tb Ci1'CUit Court in and For lli
';*nd will 50 on and !on, through vat; I to Jse the* unfortunate, gentle -TIy *'% ion County. FI rid.1. .' ? for the minors Katie Mal Mclntyre :-

1Ht planes of existence W 1)'f ) as soon as the telegram|wasfre-"; ,o.flaw. -S E In REstate of A. C. Johnson and Hellen McIntyre, wi present ay.
:: '3Ut in ; ; s.ur-SlCfC. Notice!Is hereby given' that on ta$ accounts and vouchers to the Hon.
: .. the proportion to thftdevelopf i ; 'J \; .. CATna cow .R Sthtday of December. A. D. 1906, Joseph: Bell, county judge in and for -

t the love of nature, bit pow. : : r., KeaiTis alvery volant officer '01 11M.twI't WTS1 YWS TO IZ t1If eaT ItfDICUof 01--INARKfl tbefuiylersigned: administrator of the Marion county, and make my final -I =, ,

%# of the unselfish devotion, the:iiitel.u : .the accident to him Is very"great- aQ1DICS N'fPUI..1ICAQIt FOR' DlSt'AS! 111$WrIAIIG fOCI OfMtOS--fIItIt 1Ii"' estate of;A. C, Johnson deceased, will settlement and apply for final d! -, ; -
final return.
t of life's TUOWm IS JOT A fOOD Buriwomwu into present my charge as guardian of the said minors ;
privileges, will the : deplored by his friends all over vouchers and apply for final discharge -
said court S ; -
; artueltles of. the next stage offrbI1Tenii ;I county and it is sincerely )"- "tcr 15 aNTSAPACWoI as. administrator of said estate. Dated June 19th 1906. ---
tLTA4OaUTJiAu1IwzD YhIeiiiuiTh S
*. I I t I*'* 'wwn. *"j]? not DA as Rt'rioUI 101 A .i ".\lnlat'Atnt" of th- F..itate"of A-C1 A. McINTYRE. :2i
,There U I \ I O.,. ,. ft1, T''lA.. .---,. : 4<* evardian of,'Katie Mal and HAfen-! -'
I ; nothing :shocking to my l it is now feared. C\\ ;..u- I v-.n: # } 1c"c 1-. G'1'Martin. .. .... -
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pfu >oucnoN6F; ; _PHOSPHATE._ ,
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Amount Rock Mined' Last 'VearCompa' .?; :, ..;,.., .__;;. ";h < __ ,
With Previous,'Years! '-" .
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In 19W the. United- States mined 4?. : ,. : '. < .. -t
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__ 2 58,309 long tons of phosphate rock, .

production u Increase of of the 147,140 preceding tons year over,With the :. /f :\ :BRO\\7 t &ERo;

the the whole exception production of a few was hundred in Florida tons .. : :

South Carolina, and Tennessee indicated : ,
: by the following comparison, of .LI ,
the Quantities marketed in 1904 and .
1805 acording too the U. S. geological ,
ronrey's report which does not agree : -
__ with the report of Messrs. J. M. Lang \ : _., ... ': :' >, ," ':':,_.. _, I
: & Co, of Savannah, as their "ship- : >

__ t aent Florida"mined," :"seems to exceed 1904.the .total 1905, ..... .. Wholesale Grocer: : :/

__ Soutn Carolina :
Hard rock. 531,087 577,672. \'.;;; -- .''
Land pebble 460,834 528,587 :t. : .. .,-.

__ River pebble.... 81,830 87.847, .. t <'' ,t;; :.1<' : -

Total .It.....1,072,951 1,194,106 ..
... : Ocala .nr _
Land rock. 258,806 234,676 / Florida. .
River rock 12,000 35,549" : .
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Total ........ 270,806 %70,225., ( '; ,
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Blue rock .... ........ ...4,031. .. .' ,'. ', ,..
White. rock ... ...,....... 689 : -, : <-..'. :' :" -
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Total ....... 530,571' 482,859. -
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Total Soutn.... 1,874,428 1,947,190 .. HORNBY CEREALS V
The production of phosphate rock V"
in 1905 in an article prepared by Edmund :
Otis Hoyey for the United .
_ States gelogical survey's .annual volume .. "
en the "Mineral Resources of the f ARE THE BEST PUT UP
I United States" of which advance : ,

sheen have been sent out. It 'men. '. : ; '.
tics that the United States will leads .' I -J
_ ia the world's production ,yielding v .
more thaan half ,both In Quantity and. ,
value,the. figures: being for,the United ,,
States 1,904,418; tons' valued at : t '
K580.875; for. the rest of the world "
W30.S48 tons, valued at $5,110,318. : "
The bulk of production outside of ttFAmbrosia H; 0. Gusto

the United States Is'in Farance and ., I ,
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Berthern Africa-:Tunis and Algeria. : :
The production in all foreign countries .. "

ud Algeria.In has decreased. except in ,Tunis ....I Breakfast Wheat Force :0. G. OatmealARMOUR'S I

the United States Florida South .
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Carolina and Tennessee continue to .
le the phosphate producing states. 41 : _
Ia ''Florida,', the largest producer, [hegwtity 41 rr
has grown from 600,494; tons :::: V .
U im to 1,104,106 in ,**" Mne In- .. ,
: crease In value has been in much .. \
greater proportion being from $1,- .
47,796 to $4,251,845. For all the same :
period the production in South Carolina "STAR" HAMS
has naturally decreased from .
Ht.8U tons in 1898 to.270,225 in .

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During 1305 the average price .bf t : .
phosphate rock per {on" obtained .
the mines, based on the returns given : t
ia the preceding tables, was: 411 1
Florida bard rock, $5,18 ton, in ,, ,-
per "
,., .
1904 this cradeaveiaged' $5,03,, and 411 1:: _

U brought: $4.02 in 1903, 4.06in 1902, : '
$d.38 In 1901 and $5,25 In .1900 Land :, FLOUR
,: .
pebble.averaged $1.98per at the "
Bines in 1905, a marked decline for : ; .
preceding years.. This'grade continu- .. : : ;: i; :' : ': '
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owly decreased in average price for ) : ,

tt price the,.four, obtained years'preceding'having been 1904$2,77., ." the!n.Uoo. ..E Our .'Brands are as follows. There' >'are Few Equals t ": and r ,' None 'Better; 3r.t

$2.67'in J901i $%.31 in .1902, $2.27 f r' ''' '
!n' IMS,' and increasing to $2.39 in t : ,'; -. ,' :' .
y W4, 'River ..pebble', averaged $2.42parole > ,. ,:, .. -r .
ton In.1905, whereas it brought : > $ : ,
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t-tti. per long; ton in 1904 and $2, inim. 4 B BALLARD'S OBELISK ;, ; .::,,: : ,:,

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Below Is a, comparison of shipments 4 4 BROWN'S CHOICE "
during the first six months of I J
1905 and 1906: .
1906; Savannah! 97,198; ,Pt. Tampa, :
: SW47; Ferandlna, 91,103; Pt. Inglis I : V ,
83,562; Brunswick &!17.Total .S34tH7 : NELLIE KIN
F : .
1905; Savanab 91,690; Pt. Tampa : .
_ 4S.S53; Fernandina, 69,015; Pt. Inglis, .
78,575; Brunswick 12,264.-Total 301, ,
_ Ins.; Fernandina, :!,088; Pt. Inglis,
4,987; Brunswick. 13,953.-Total 41,- ,
028. I
t tIT
Dec.; Savanah, 492; Pt. Tampt 7.W .- '

.-Total 7,498. .'_' ,. '" ,._, ', '' :
Pt. Tampa.-Land pebble 1906. .. '
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: ,:: .
l 262.959; 1905 203,368; Inc. 49,591, < > ;;; ;::,
The actual increase after deducting ,: '
decrease, was,' 33,530 V tons.-. I I THE PRICES ARE ; ,, ;

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years and cured me .of what my .
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for throat and lung troubles."
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bottle free. m, /:
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