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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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', >' ;' ; IL i .. .-: :, : ;. MR. CARROLL'S TEMPERANCESERMON. THE LAYING OF THE. CORNER' I, -, ',.',- .. .' .. .,. ,-. ,. _" ',
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i' ,: : ; : : Sunday night at the Baptish church From Wednesday morning's daily The
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'.J ( : ...__ _.' .o(' ,.Rev. Cnarles C. Carroll the popular All the preparations, are now'corn-
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J_ -t" tOO,, .. > '.**?' ,pastor of this, church, preached, one olete for the laying of the cornerstone
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>, ; .l.. of the finest'' temperance sermons that which ,will take' place in the
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'.-. '".\..I't., .. lit has ever,been our pleasure to hear. forenoon,, today. May makrit necessary for you to =_

',' # $ Before his The corner stone.is of 'solid marble! "
t ," beginning sermon he stat '
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".." ,',.'- \ AND- \ ".. ""' '' : I ed that the W. C; ;T; 'U:. ofthis, city and weighs' .one thousand pounds.On borrow some money We are,ready to :

had the request of the left Jiand( 'side .is the Masonic
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PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS asters ,of the city: asking that they emblem ant the following' inscrip- accommodate ,all legitimate, lines .;,of ,:

preach at least one sermon every tion: ,Corner stone kid October 17,
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quarter on this subject. 1906', by the..' .Grand Lodge of Florida, industry and trade.MUNRQE .

AT THE'pnST The subject of Mr.. Carro's discoursewas F. & A. M"'''

the '"Saloon vs. the Earthquake CharlesV.. Johnson Grand Master -

OFFICE DRUG STORE a Eupicane and a Riot" and he read Assisted by Marion-Dunn Lodge &, CHAMBLISS, -

for the lesson the fiftyninth'chapter No., 19 F. & A. ,M. Establihed.1849.

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of Isaiah using as his text the seventh On the. right ,hand"side. are the

verse: "Their feet. run to evil, .names cf the county commissioners I ., '- ,'-, .- .--BANKERS.'A

1 and they make, haste to shed innocent I,as follows: ,-

blood; their thoughts arc Henry W. Long, chairman; S. R. .

( .- ,.', thoughts of iniquity; .wasting and destructive Pyles, John .L. Edwards, Chas. W. TURKEY. CROP-SHORTER. r. t

are. their paths." Turner S.. T. Sistrunk: clerk.
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\ Mr. Carroll treated his subject froman W Chamberlain & 'Co., architects; RING : gin
-Good .Chance for Investment
intellectual standpoint 'and his arguments Geo. MacKay: supervising! .architect
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H Tex bc 13.-From
Vernon gen-
Carefully Filled' .! 1-1 t-:; --11.'# .t- '' were logical, concise and M. ,L. Lewman & Co., contractors;
Prescriptions
: eral.reports about this section the tor-
well directed and. if was a masterly I 1906; Lettered by A.J .Leavengood
J __ key crop is shorter than last year.
-- 'u sermon, one that should have been of Ocala. r t

t: :HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN S ,Mrs. Charges E. Taylor ,has gone to heard by every man, woman and -The stone, ,win be laid under the Take Texas and ,Oklahoma territory We. :Have Now in Stock
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together, the general crop will be '. ,
Fort '.George to visit relatives. child in the city.. He said that the imposing ceremonies of the ,Masonic
!larger, but this particular locality the Most Line 'of
,z. MISS ;SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS.Local saloon is an iniquity and that God fratqrnity and the following 'distin .. Complete, ,
Mr; .Nathan ;Mayo and .Mr. Foxworth, will not have quite so many birds. l '':;'
l Editor, had expressly commanded us to ftefrom' guished officers of the Grand Lodge '
of t'Sund The business is growing in importance RINGS that Can Be Found
L Belleview, sp y in Ocala.!
all iniquity'and in ringing words have already. arrived in the city;, V.-"
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and, another year 'will probably see '
told of the evils of the drink habit Charles W, Johnson Jacksonville "
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Mr; 'William Gist of McIntosh, was Mr. Mallory ; 'tdadon. who is now :, larger flocks in this :vicinity.. In the Anywhere. : ? : :-
and said that it has influenced the Grand Master; Marcus Endel Jack. ,
among our viisors Monday. working in Tampa spent Sunday In central and southern parts of the ':
with commercial life of this country more' sonviila, Past Grand Blaster: V7. P, Call and See Them '4
Ocala his
family.
state the turkey crop is, good. ,
Sheriff Gordon, came, home from than any other--one thing. That it is Webster. Jacksonville, Grand Secretary , '
There is an opportunity at this
Duanellon the morning train Mon. Mr. and Mrs.= Karl Harter, of Sparr, only the love of mammon, that allows ; Dr. Hy Robinson, Jacksonville, I.'
point for: a little capital to do a big
day. were among 'theo pleasant visitors the saloons to continue. Grand :Treasurer; A. M. Cushman,
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business. If any person owlud like
whom,we .noted in the city Saturday.Mrs. Mr. Carroll used as his principal Gainesville District Deputy GrandMaster :: WEINF _

;, :Dr. Horace, Reevesof Inverness -- illustrations the recent earthquakeat ; and E, E. Haskiil Palatka, to invest where money would probably 41Armour's

''was a business visitor to" Ocala.'.Monday .. .. Lyles and hey son-in-law, Mr. San Francisco, the hurricane. at Past, Deputy 'Grand Master earn 25'per cent.. in six months he ,

;1J EJ: L., Freymouth, have gone to Tennessee Mobile I a few weeks ago and the aw- Mayor McConathy will deliver the can learn of a good opportunity' at this

4"t to visit ,relatives 'for. several ful race riot at Atlanta less than a address of 'welcome, which will be Point.
The, little daughter. of ,Mr; and Mrs. weeks. I This is a great distributing point
month ago. He made a special, point responded to by Grand Master John-
William Hacker,has been ,given the for apples, potatoes and onions.
'\t the fact that the mayors of ,these son..
pretty name of )1arg3 ei. 'Mrs;"t'h4mas'W; Smith! left Mondayfor" About four cars of poultry, ..eggs
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three stricken cities. in :the time of I II Eon. Henry W. Long, chairman tf '
Memphis, T nn., when eshe will I veal and butter can be loaded from fr d..O. B. Weihe =
; their distress, and desolation, issued I the board :of county'eommisslonerta, ;
Clark
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Thee friends of.: firs Howard '
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spend some time with relatives her 'i .till! point.in a week. ,
3.. to 'learn that she tQ nuiteWatTeThome proclamations showing, that the dan- I will.deUv.er'an address.giving an his- -
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regret did hams. I The melon crop was a disappoint' TIt] Jeweler : _
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until the and men'spassions 'r-- ," ;" f.fbe '
on South Third street. danger was, past n county; 'mention '. ,. .<

i".J": '''''''.''''i'W'''' '"t !)< ji8jJl; ;: !:: t V nsi of &stat:!liver l were cooled and In these II mg' briefly the. various court housesup BO ment.uncertain They that climatic the people.Conditions who are L- -' -- "i! I. :

.judge'W; S.;i;Bullock and, States AttoraeyM -. who, is, nowwith:: the v:crystal \JRlve'r proslamatlons showing that itho}' danger I to 'the 'present time-four in'. num. : grow :,> > ,
: 'J' melons have: about decided not to
W3; Dam'.went tp'Suinter- of drink is fully recogized. His I ber ; _
| LumbwGo.spenVj Saturday:b1{Ocala .
w& ; : ... ,. __ bother with them'any more.The vines
vine. :MondaytArholdthefaliterni. ; of .rAonbusinesa,, *' ':: points were well 'taken: and his ,language These addresses, together with ,a <' ..
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Re* J.!.!* -'* g rMrs. '. ,look nice and 'prospects keep up until ,
court. ,, ... ';., ** .. .. ., was earnest and. convincing.Before : copy of the local papers a list of the
,.. i 'i), ........::1<>,4J> H '' HGG. : ;4. i Just before the haryesttime; ,- when ,
'! "" '". .. Northey has 'recentlymhved the. sermon .and immediately : members: >pf the chapter U. D.- C.. and -t

-> tht '*andjMrst Y ; : W.-\B-'Denham'and. .r into .qnejof the, silences on : aft> .!t thcrchoirj'"composed.! bf Mes rs' the' foliovjl g' :Memorial" written the.blight seJsiIi'an'd' .uses the'mel

;l 1 tE'r, )iss Bessie: Deribam, 'the.residence ons too depreciate.Home .
Watltulareetopposite! ; G, A. NasVw.. A. Gardner, Mrs W by :Mrs.Fhtamle'HowseStovallrr'ML
haTe"'moved" from Savannah ;toEaiq-: .. .
: ,;, o f'.v. G"-1IW"'U. : .U b'b a rd" ..:> f." .' L. Scott and_ Mrs. W.4A. Coin sang ,
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MORI L of Alabamians.
Coming
<;< ,. ', "" -.x ; two very beautiful anthems. -Mrs. .
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: 'jMr'iJoseph: 1 allveroLthe.Gnarantee : Scott and' Mr. Gardner are new members Birmingham, Ala; Oct. 15,-The

Mr,1 and/Mrs.. : J. 'J.- Mixson, ,of Wil- Clothing'. Company. has gone to of the choir:; and are a delightful "Of a dollar that was found Jn the home'coming of Alabamians commenced w -
union are 'guests.of'their daughr Savannah -- relatives ash 'amid the ruins of the rest.
; the' for a visit to and acquisition thereto. Mrs. Scott In this city today and will

t '''ten,::Mn';:'KfJ: I'hiIUps'. d. :!irs. Ar? to" 'recuperate. his} health. .. ":: has .a clear sweet; soprano voice and deuce' of Mrs.;F. R.. Gary, Presidentof last until the ,night,, of the 20th. In- j t

{ .thuj'', ,Masters.,. ,. '. which blends beautifully with the the: Dickisnn Chapter; United vitations were .issued 'to a very large
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( -- Mrs-E. Staley;of Jacksonville is DaughterS'of the Confederacy..
: p. co, excellent tenor of Mr., Gardner, the number of prominent men now residing -
x petition. :J$ being, :circulated requesting .MrsScLu ,
visiting her mother, Moore.
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-' 'but 'natty'f' '
in other states,
1F e bass of Mr. Nash and tne alto of Mrs .
Mr J., W. Crosby to: be.coiae1 { .' "Written By ,Mrs. Mamie-Howse Sto-
;; ,,. She ,was accompanied, Ocala' Sunday Goln. Alabama and the cads have met with
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,a1"candidate, -alderman' from 'afternoon y*:Mr. Staley. vail. a very hearty response. Included in ,

the!third, wa.rd."t.t .* "This blanckened partially melted
-- the list are 'Mr R Patterson, demo-
t.! Mrs. 0. W Reagan returned home John D. Robertson for, Alderman silver dollar is -one of the',five that '

Mrs ,,MaxieLyles:; .and little daughterI on .last Friday;;after, ,"spending a most from the First Ward. was found in the ashes among the cratic'nominee for:; governor. of Ten Simon, .Pure"The \
ness Senator Culbers of Texas
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cam 2 home v 'Monday afternoon enjoyable summer at her. ',oid" ,home in To John D. Robertson. Esq.:' ruins of the. ,residence. Mrs. Fannie Ethan Allen Hitchcock, secretary'.of very cream of lard., -

;froma, short Visit to Miss .Lillian New Jersey.r-Brooksville Star. The undersigned citizens of Ocala R. Gary; President of DIckison Cliap-
the Interior} Dr. John A. Wyeth, of
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O"HaveratKeaka..,. .- .. respectfully petition you to becomea ter U. D. C-, which was destroyed by Frank Costs a little more f._:
New
i ..-. _/. ._ ; .<-?, r Mr.. A.:.E; ,Campbell,:of ,Dnnnellon: candidate for councilman frontWard fire on the night of September 16. York: congressman than ordinary lard?

::3 Miss. Byrd. ; Tartmann, arrived. Jn'i formerly of'.Ocala; but now with the One, at the ;election to be heldin 190;. Clark of Florida, and others Todaywas
: 'afternoon from Citra' Governor's Day and registrationof Yes, but it always givessatisfaction. ; -3
Ocala Monday $Buttgenbacb Phosphate Co. was December 190C, "Mrs. Gary on her: return home .

.for .the. winter. She has just recover among the prominent visitors to,ouicity R. Dl: Mathews, C. H. Mathews, W, from the last 'meeting, 'of the Daugh-. home comers tomorrow will be .. :;.;:. -

ed.'from: an'illness several, weeks.. Saturlday. A. Knight Jnq. Pasteur, W C.,Smoak, ters of the Confederacy,. placed the the reunion Alabamians.wltn speeches Wednesday from distinguished In 5 and 10 pound:

A. J. Beck, W. E. Hutson:, B. H., Norris little basket which held the Chapter Thursday Merchant's buckets at
Farmer's
will be Day,
The',.home ,of Mr. and;Mrs.: C. V*' Mr. Frank M. Brown has been quite W. H. Clark, jr., C. R. Hendricks records, gavel and these five dollars i -

Roberts has been made happy by sick at t his home at Silver Springs L. T. ,Izlar, T. E. Biggs: .F, W. Miller -membership fees- n.the. usual and Saturday Day, Friday Home Children's Comer's Fare Day, 0. K. Grocery; Y; '

the arrival of a sOJ .>>e. little gentleman for several weeks past. He was ,re- C. A. LIddon T. H. Haley, 0. B. place upon the table in her library .
well. A of entertainments
arrived Monday afternoon. ported better yesterday which will be Howse, C. R. Tydings, G. T.. Maughs, which was entirely consumed. capital program Clark Bros., Prop. '-.. .

Friends, offer congratulations. good news to his friends. J. L., Emerson, A. 'G. Gates, J. Brown. "These dollars which passed throughthe has been arranged. Phone 17..4!. .

L. J. Knight, W. H. Clark, G. C. Crom, fiery furnace, are emblematic of i qo:'] .,.'.

Dr H. M. Taylor of Crystal, River, Mr. Herbert C. Jones returned home E. J. Jeffords, W .C. Jeffords, H. M. the cause which, they champion. I Railroad Extension in the South. '- ,

1 was a business visitor to the city on Sunday afternoon from Atlanta Hampton. W. D. Uchey.. Chas. L. "Thus, as this burned, disfigured Baton Rouge, La- Oct. 15.-Rapid \.:' -"
his first visit to where he attended the bottler's convention progress is being made by the Colorado ; .
This was W T.
.. Monday. Nelson, E. W Davis, Hacker dollar In a silken bag rests securelyIn :
Ocala Iii :several months and his .tie had a very 'pleasant E. Pasteur L. F Bla ock. J. B. the corner stone of the new Ocala, Southern and New Orleans and.

to see him trip and the convention was a most Pacific, connection with the con T. Needham
Wends were pleased. Brooks, W. W. Clyatt F. B. BeckhamP. Marion county; court house, so do
struction of its road in West Baton
again., enjoyable one. W. Spellman S., S. Savage, S. L. the battle-scarred crippled'' veterans : :
Rouge and between this city and At-
Robertson, S. A Rawls. repose in comfortable homes { ,

' The. hackmen all of'whom wore arrested ,Mr. S. M. Lummus left for,Key ,.. and are tenderly cared for in chafalaya river The entire line is _
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on Saturday' night for not West Sunday. where he will make Mr. M. C. Reed, 18 former mayor their reclining years, by the devoted graded between here and Texas and Tie Plumber ".
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: On teams his future It is, fully believed that .It will be
r : having the lamps their home. Mrs: Lummus! and and prominent property owner, of daughters of the U. D. C.

r t lighted, were tried kin the mayor's. mile son are the guests of her mother Belleview was among the busy' shoppers "Likewise the remaining four companion ready for traffic next year. -

r court Monday morning :and each Mrs. James Pyles and will join y Gas
to our.city Monday.Mr. dollars which have' arisen (Old fitter, _
all
r We have reduced the prices on ;
fined, |1. Mr.. Lummus later from the ashes, so to ,speak to be returned ;: :" "
summer dry goods. Inspect our stock .,
T. D. Bryan 'returned home to the United'states tress :j !
and get our prices. We can save J011moner. :
i Mr.. -Emmett Cowden principal oft Mr. and Mrs Oscar Eaton, of Lakeland Sunday afternoon from a short visitto ury for new", bright, solid ones, pathetically The Fair. x.A. '{ ': ,'..

the Inverness' public school' and: his ,formerly residents ',of. this city, relatives at Grove Park.' Mrs. symbolizes the .suffering of HAS OPENED UP HIS NEW"SHOP _
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l lt o cousin, Miss Leonard. of Tennessee, have just returned from.'a 'short vis- Bryan and the children will remain the south which was devasted by o

lt who also teaches in the Inverness it to"New York city.' They went on away for a while longer. shot shell and fire, and whose lands r ofer attastal. ON THE CORNER OF

I school spent Saturday. and .Sunday the .Clyde line taking the ocean trip ran red ,with ,the blood of heroic :

1 ? In 'Ocala.with friends., for, .the benefit of. Mrs. Eaton, .who' Mr. and Mrs.. George, W. Wilson fathers and sons also arose.. Phoenix -..- -- -"'- SPENCER BLOCK WITH A ;

baa not been very welL, like from the ashes ,Into the new D-FULUER. L. F. BLALocx.FvtLn '
will arrive home today on the steam
,MrT and Mrs. Albert Davis, of.Jack & BLALOCZ.D :FULL LINE, OF SANITARY
Apache from New'YoriCwhere: they solid south stronger grander than !
$ came down Sunday after
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1 '';-.' noon .Mrs..DaviS :will remain In the Mrs. Donald Ferguson of, Berlin have been for several ,months. Their ever and a power in. the political and Btit*. AND .,MODERN PLUMBING:
Of cr Macrae & Cfeimilics Bank Ocsl*.Fk.
/ ; ,city ."sOme weeks' with her' mother, was shopping 'in Ocala Monday. ..She many friends, will be pleased to learn financial: world! ,

: & .! was .accompanied by her 'two brightand that .Mr. Wilson has been restore GOODS. WHEN IN NFED OF
! -. ,Kri.it D.Juhan.'Mr.pavisrretarnedaUjwork Mr. .S. A,, Rawls, of Ocala lessee
.t Interesting; sons, Jlr. Fergus to health.-Monday's Times-Uclon.'Mrs. T B.BIGG8 :.. ,
I..... : ,) .. Monday, of state convicts who has been In ; FIRST CLASS SANITARY
1 son:.Is the registration officer and.'thedutles
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e I \ the city on business'for: severaL days, ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. ,- i
1 I l Qt C.- Martin, of Brooksvttle, ...of his office :require him.to T. E. 'and '
; Bridges son, Leroy, left last night for his home Mr: (Office IB GUT-ACBCW Block.) PLUMBING .CALL ON HIM.| : .
1 J' 'psased|through ,Ocala' Sunday afte. spend' ost 'of his time in Ocali. who have been spending the Bummer Rawls reports that the hotels and OCALA, ,. FLORIDA, t' '
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,11 in;.r ttni dthoD'1etiom'.NewYork, ; .., at.Wlsasky and other places..in South boarding houses there are ,expectinga I
IPX1''faL
i.':.<, Wher8, '.....he.spen. 'thepast'mont; >a .En-. .Among.th .pleasant callers- ,at thisoffice Carolina,.'have returned home. They large tourist business this season. EDWIN -

p- ,t. .Florida'be* stopped' : over. m'NJI'C' Fridayiwas Mr.1:,A. ,1*' HoJbHrfc:; were. accompanied, by 'Mrs Bridges Monday's' Times-Union. .. ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, $;'. ?

p % ':tci aisfcortTvisIL, of:QtraT .He|gives a good report of nice,,, Miss DeCamps of South Caroline ,- ,OCALA., ,r .. 4-y*. nAltIDA

; ; .. "' : '.{; hfssectfon:.And'aaya t than the orange who will 'spend the winter in Mrs. W. Lv; Lowry of the Rendezvous ;

.....t. ;,' ,1d..;.A. 3Teneyckeaaap'Saturrdir, ... ; groves. .there, fine lookinr ptrtltutoly Ocala. at Homosaasa, was shopping In J & OUST!,_ I HwWvtHrK ,W.

p '-':';fl'om::; Ocatlla. 'OA' 'f"dsy'a"vtett i- ritbrhis.fsmlljrHewas'accompanied wenrvHe; .hat'a -email'fe.1tJmulf" > I. : Ocala Monday' ,She'I&Y_, that the ,'. DEKI1ST, ,IIa1avl rdoataaiitl+traaataaalwssrs

\ ,, : b1ii and'''Wfll' gaip'aix.. 'or'Tsevea hcndrefit. Can on 'H. W. Tucker' if you are Rendezvous 'wIU, open 'November' the GCALATTMifMTUW.n. --. !II iI1e.......... .,.......

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; l eII. > autlook'. .IS thinking-of having., anything .die"m first with',.the: prospect of a larger : "
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!, ti_ '1t' -i 1lT,t' e ''NbltlfBNN1. ld""' ki"- u.':*,hem of J ;this,.toat the electrical7 line.; : He ,guarantee number' of guests;;than WBSjtefore.: J4tLOt L o: tI6TaaChZ. r ",'..., j
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. f .. ,.'! : .") .." ., _- y. '":Citra '&Iufhe 'feel'et7 hI' worksad" :"8fs',pr1ctis "are',reason. Nearly.every<:mail. is-,bracing. :letters % ,. ..r"0- .

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'" : -" REPORT ,OF. LICENSES ISSUED.., Name and occupation.. :.b.1-.;!! 'State County.
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.. -<"'" '." ,,' ..., 360-J., Livingston real estate agt..! ,. ;'. ..:_ ._ : : : 10,00 '540 flqridaE st Coast Railway f
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: 1000 5 00
This, II to. 'certifyIthatjthe'following Is',a ,tare: and correct list of all 361-:Miles Orton, dog and pony show, .. ... ...: : ,- ... ... *T
.. 50.
; 5 00 Z : Itae Carfto. '1.
: -4 S62-C. P. Lbwire, livery stable. ._;, .; teal lamed "
t sued'for BusineSs Occupation laws : :. ? jfc ._
licenses i ., Professional and. under the' 1 50
-. '. 363-Gay & Co., merchants "t '.0 ", ,,". .*#;. tl <, 00 .r6, HJTtlMOilIID-tt6'AD DOWN. '
of the State ot-FloridasIn' Marlon. county, from, November,:!, 1905. to OG;to- 364-S.' T: Carswell. merchant . :( ,:|Tr,. ...| ; 3 00 1 50' 3 NOsmtBOUPfD-l.IAD tIP. -;

bei '1,, 1906. '* = :" > 365-E. J. Douglass, merchant, ..f- .. .";.eo';:..- .V7.. .*. ;-. 3'00 '150 II. It I.. 2t STATIONs. I.. 71 ... II-
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.. .. ,. ,3 00 1 50 Ddr Call -
merchant Dall,
366-Mrs. !{.. H.. Clements _
Name and Occupation State. County. 367 bi. Fishel, merchant .!, h .un !.,,.., ... u.:: .*:.:. 3 00. 1 50 OOpm' 92km L'.. ........-=*......I ,ille ,...............Ar 7 pm g66am .
1905 October 1 1906V206
October'
From 1 to -
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.08pm' t 4Btm ..., ....f'f..J3ouCh l&CbonTiU'.L'
644 5 00 71eQm .
-4 ; -Horn Norman & Co., turpentine stills .. ''u ... ..$ 50 00 f 50 00 368-Florida Packing and Ice Co:; Ice manufacturers. ._:.' 72)pm 1040sm '' ...............St. AOgnstiae..............." S bp.J1 745aat 41.
.; 20 .-E.' W Davis, lawyer ,. .' ... ..; .. .. ... 10 00 5 00 369-Pat Chappelle, theatrical show, .. '. .. .. ;, ; 25 00 12 50 7 Mpm 11181m ..................Bl.st1np.................. 5 3tpm i 49a
i. > .. ........
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: 370 merchant. .i . ; 3 00 1 50 Q8pm 1135am: .F.cstPtlaitI................ 520pm 3OI.a'l3pm
,208:-Strauss, & Co.; restaurant .., ,., ,, . H. 5 ,00 2 50 -Mac Macoye.Hotel, hotel i.., ., ;V. .: .: 15 00 1 50 12 oom Ar................... &latka...................Lv .6 4pm i
'209Gable and Smoak;. merchant ?. : .. ..v'3 00 1,50, I 371-Montezuma ; .. to- u. .-. '., 3 00 1 50 7 43pID 1110am Lr...................Patatka............ ......1r 6 45pm ll btam925pm aa
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.%William-Tucker'merchant.. .- :. .- i ... ,. . 3. 00 1 50 372-H. M. Montz merchant ; : ; ............ Ar.&n Kateo..L' _........ .. '
50
211-Henry Murry restaurant ,.. ,. u, .' .- H . 5 00 2 50 373-The Union Co., merchant, .V./. :., :....:.... 3 00 1 ,.............. 6 l5&m! L'.................6an Mateo .................Ar iapai .'J.5aJa. ,,. _
y x :.12-'."...' P. Harrison .merchant,. .'.4:;vvvrv; -C 3 00 1 50 374-H."L,, Anderson,' lawyer .. -. '.'. '.-. ,.:-f .' :la;00 500 'II 06pm '" 1Y33pm Lv......:...........BuDuells..................Ar r 30pm 6eam914pm

213-(J. P. Parramore druggist, ., .-. .. .. 3 00 1 50 I 375 Wetumpka Fit Co., merchant ., ..tv. ;. < 3 00 1 50 1240pm ...........,....._DopoDt................... .23pm b30sa4p2
__ ,, -::. .: r. 376-D. M. Boney merchant. .. . '; .rv:% 3 00 150 I 1 Upm M ,................Ormond .................. 3 5dpm 5 OOtm1002pm
-- 214-S. A. Agnew; 'merchant ; .' -- ? .r ?V;. ;. 3 00 50 124pm ..............,..Daytoaa................. ,i 45pm4lam
215-Marlon Hardware Co, merchant, firearms ,_ ".. 10 00 .5 00 377-C. L. Rusco, merchant .. . .. ,.-. . 3 00 150 11 Upm 136pm u ....,........."\.Pon. Onbge............... 33pm 4 Siam
216J. E. Bankston merchant, '.o' .. -. .. .; . 3 00 1 50 378-S. H Bloch merchant, .. .. H .: ..- .- 3.0 1 50 ___10_ 35pm 2..00pm Ar............ .Kew Smyrna.> w........... 15pm tram
& .'. . '.. .., ( 00 3 00 '-""' .. .. ....... ._:...... .... '
;- 217-R.' H.Meyersr; > merchant, .'. / A ,i4 6 00 3 00 379-Lang, Swartz Co., merchant g 11 lOam 4 44pm Art... LukeIItlen. 1 OuFm 6 15pa
4 fi S .4 : .............. ........ ...
__ U 28&m 4 Mpm .Orange Clty. l2
," : 380-F. B. Harper merchant, .. .. . ; .. 00 1 50 iLV Wpm 5 SOpm
}218 R. R. Carlton hotel. .J .. i. A i.- 50 u. to
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K 5 2 11 4O&JD 6 OOpm ." ..........Orange City Junetluo.......... l3 lapin
<:219-; L.K. Kyer restaurant... .? .. .j. ,, V. 5 00 250 381=A. M. Foot merchant. .. .. ," .. .. ..'., .-... 3 00 150 105pm 210 LN................Ne" S ,'rna.... i.-........&r 3 Wpm uOpra 4 06am1110pm
:220-Henry G. Lamb, ,real estate agent. . . .. 10 00 5 00 382-J. R. Martin & Co.. livery stable. . .:. ::' 25 00 12 50. 240pm ..................Oat .I1111..................L' 240pm S S8&m

:;221-J. C.: Dupree merchant. .. ,.. H...., ... ?. 600 3 00 From January 17, 1906, to January 18, 1906. ,' libipm 316pm Ar..Tltnsrtlle.................. 20ipm s 00&Ia111O&m

'. .222-W. B. Hammond 'merchant f ', .- . . ;: *. 3 00 1 50 383-The Allen Show theatre show . . ;- .. 25 00 12 50 6 Wpm Art..................5anford........:.........SLt 11 Saam: 6 SOpm
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> : From October 1 1905 to October 1' 1906. 45 30pm 11 5&m Ltt.................. ..........._..... 6 Wpm 1130amUOaM
'...223-J. T. Hutchins merchant .-, . ... . . 3 00 1 50 ,c.
t ( 11 61pm 31dpm Lv..................Tltusrile................. 2 OSpni
r 384-J. C. Pillans merchant .. . . . 3 00 1 50 .Ar S )
224 :B.., McWhite+Merchant. ,;. ...? .'r. .- : ; 300 15 .. 12 31&m 361pm ....................Cocoa.. ..... ......... 1 apm bm
225-Peteway, Horn & Co.,, turpentine stills, . . 25 00 25 00 385-John A. Sharpe dog and pony show . .. 10 00 10 '00 12 34s m l64pm .. ................rocktedge:.............. Nr l20pm steam
.226-Peteway.: Horn,'&, Co, turpentine still. .. ..., .. .. 25 00 25 00 386-D. W. Davis local insurance agt. for 32 counties 80 00 1 OCam 4 %npm ,...............Faa Game......;..........It 12 47pm tram
..... ..... ....
113&m (3Opm' ; )lelboulD..j..t. .... "
00 133ipm
10 5 00 Siam
227=;: Kibbler Bros.; merchant -. -r'r' .'. 3 00 1 50 381-ocala' Telephone, telephone ; .. .. ....... ..
< i. r > service''w 1 M&m 510pm ebestiaa ................. 11 5am 12 53&m
; .;;228:-Kibbler Bros., merchants. ,fc u, .. ,\ . .. ., 15 00 7 50 388-Texas Bill Wild West Show' 10 00 10 00 t8&m OOpm .................u 1058&m 120Ga't
', 229-Dr.. D. H. Brown druggist ,. .. .. ... -. 3 00 150 389-F. P. Pool merchant .o. . .. -. .. . 3 00 1 50 S06am 15pm ..............?..ort.l'1erce................. 1050am 1155pm '
o. n ? ,' 390 Mrs. Emma R. merchant... . 3 00 150 S 3osm a 3'7pm ... ...............Tibballs...... ........... 1011am 1119pm
230-H. B. Masters merchant firearms, .. .. .. 10 00 5 00 Dillard ", U to- ..... .. .. .
? : I Slam 0 41pm ... ... ..Eden..,................. l012am 11
< '..231-Munroe, ,McDonald & Co... merchant, ," .. ? 3 00 1 50 391-General Amusement Co., carnival show .- . 50 00 25 00 648pm ". .................. Jensen................... t008am 11 l5pm340am OOps
'232-Munroe.. ''McDonald. & Con?turpentine still .. . 25 00 25 00 392-W. K. ZewadskI,, lawyer . . ." .. / .*_ 10 00 5 00 S Mull S 67pm .........;.........8tuart.................... 10 OOam 1O592.m pm ..
; -4 t : ..............,.Hobe Sound...... ... ... .
October 2:1pm 934am
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:' From 1 1905. ;: 10 :
1904 October 1
=: to 29pm
;,233 TV, A:; Murphey, merchant, .-$ .1 .' i. -. : 300 1 ,50 .' .:. .4 4O&DI 740pm ".. ... .........Weflt Juplter..... ......... ".t 918am 10 -
_- L 234-J. A.- Pittman. & Son, merchant ,. . . .600 3 00 393-W. K. ZewadskI, lawyer . . . .,. ..'. 1 00 500 615&ra 815pm .,.'":".........\VeztPalmBe.eh............. I' 8 45am 9)Wpm.pm :
; 235-A. R. Griffin, merchant . ., T, . 3 00 1 50 From October 1, 1905 to October, 1, 1906. -' 5436m a 41pm ......; .......?Boynton.._.............. 1ft, 82O&m 'Clpm ':;:
eo. : ...... .... .. .
:t From 6t3an\ 86opm .Della'.. ..:..:.......... 81am
1 1905 1 1908. :< 850pta148&m
October October .
i236-H. C.Walkup drugist, .. . ? .. . 3..00 150 to -- 940pm to ..............Port4aderdak............. 126&m 7
.' 237-Romeo Turpentine Ca,;merchant- '. f';:.0.X': .4 -; l\: '.;.; 3'00 .1 50 394-Cole and .Rogers ,dog and pony'show, ? . .-., .- 10 00 5 00 MaID t (1pm .. ....................Dani..................... .. 119am 7 Cl9pm SOpm
r 395-Ludden & . -. 7 09am 'l ..............IIallandale........ .. u
T238-Romeo"'Turpentlae: ,Co. merchaant. turpentine aUll.,-. 25 00 25 00 Bates merchants ., . 3 00 1 50 8pm ? .. .... 7 09am 139pm738am
'239-L. W: Duval. lawyer ," ,, ? : ," . .. 10 00 5 00 396-W. S. West merchant. . . . .*-. .;. 9 00 4 50 boom 10 lOIOpm:20pm Ar..MiAml..L'" ................Lemon CU.w...... .. IS 43&m 1 lapin

z 240-Wm.: Hocker. 'lawyer, ,, ? .,. '. ; .' ,10 00 5 00 397-W. S. West saw mill .. . . .'. ::: 6 25 6 25 8 00am .......... Ly............... Mlami.A.r ...635&m....... .. 7 3 (OOpm pm

241-Ruben Johnson livery .stable .., .eo.,, -... ?? :.. .. 500 2, 50 398-S. W. Robinson merchant .. . ; ... ; .:;-: 3 00 .1 50 10 30am ............ Ar!................Homesteid.t.....:L'. .......... .. 12 PmBuffet

242Wm.; Summers merchant; *. ." . .. -, ; .. 3 00 1 50 399-F. W. Ditto, real estate .4.-':.. .. .-. 10 00 5 00 i _. '
F i 243-Christian and Gamble Co, merchant ? ? ? ? 12 00 6 00 400-Chas. Griffin, livery stable, ., .. .: ; ;. ,.'.. 5 00 2 50 'I Daily Parlor except Can Sunday.on trams 20 and 78. Buffet Sleeping Cars on trains 99 and 98. *

244-Christian & DIckson Co; merchant . .o' ;:. 12 00 6 00245Henrr' 401-E. L. Maloney ,real estate agt, ? : '.. ; 10 00 5 00 ,I*.

R1chardso ; restaurant, ..; . . . 5 00 2 50 402-J. W. Allen slot machine H . .;.'r r 5 00 2 50 I. zi Nast 10.19 0:11; 11 J :2'alCay

246-John Mercier hackman ., eo. . . 5 00 .2 50 403-Mrs. Mlnne Bostick, merchant '. -.". ,' ; 3 00 1 50 $ kaf Dally EICQt IIAYPORT BRANCH. NotB Dally t SuedeNa1't' ., .

s ; e 247-W..' L. Priest; merchant. H. .. :., .. ; '. . 3 00 1 50 404-Robt. L. Anderson lawyer; . . . : .: 10 00 5 00. oaq Galf Sunday i!._J Oalyi (L ';:

248C. W. Parks Stock Co.,. theatrical managers,. ., .f. 10_00 ,5 00 405-E. P. Pittman auctioneer . . :< '. 5 00 2 50 1000m 1010am SlOpm 9 OOam Lr.,......JaCksonrUle..Ar 7 L'am' 14 :AQm t S 3fipm ? .
.49-H... L. Hough & Co;,, turpentine stills. .. . ,'. 25 00 25 00 406-F. W. Ditto, insurance agent ."-. .- .. r / .. 2 50 2 OBpm 1011am!) 818pm 9 team .....SOUtb JachonviUe....Lv. 7 r7lLm I:! 2'pm II 5 tlpm :_
From October 1 1904 to October 1 407-Ditto & Maloney Insurance agents . ;. .2 50 2 <<>pm 10 OOam IS 5opm 939am ........Fablo eatcb...,.... 7 OOam' n Aam 4 Wpm 1i:
1905.- :'. 24Spm )0 &I&JD 6 56pm 944am .......Atlantic Beach....,.. .. '1 OOamJ; '
250-H.: rLv Hough &:: Co; turpentine still .. .. 25 00 25 00 408-J. S. Williams merchant . .: . :'0' :. 3 00 1 50 3 OOpm ll10am 710pm 10 00:1m Ar..Mayport ........ ..Lr l 6 S5aID1 t1 113C:1m 4.\am tC,-ISpm 3)pm" .!:;, '
3 From October 1, 1905, to October 1, 1906. 409-S. S. Bellamy merchant ?. .. t . .. /: 3 00 1 50 .

251-M. L. Jones merchant .-.i .. =, .: . . .. 3 00 1 50 410-Belleview Trading Co., merchants .. :. . .. . 6 00 3 00 k PEONSDUR AND OCODOfTAL STEAMS8IP COSNEOIOSS AT fiHASL .
252-The Irvine Crate & Basket Co., merchant . ? 6 00 3 00 411-Mllo Williams, merchant ., .. ? v. .o"3. 00 1 50
-253-The Irvine Crate &. Basket Co., crate manufacturers 7 50 7 5.0 412-Siebel Bros., dog and pony. show . -' . ? 10 00 5 00 date ConectJon Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. .& 0. S. S. ComU1'q-

254-Jno. .Grantham;;merchant, ? ? .'. ? .. ? 3 00 1 50 413-J. W. Dukes insurance agt, (sick and benefit) '. 1. 00 .. Havana and Key West.SOUTHSOUKD .

255-R. B. Clark, merchant .t .: . . .. 3 00. 1 50 414 Cato Wallace merchant, u .. .o. ,. . ,;;-.' '' 3 00 1 50 I
From October ,1, 1904 to October 1, 1904. 415-Wilday & Ashton, merchants . '! .: ,. 3 00 1 50 N02TH8CUKDLT

256-R. B. Clark, turpentine still .. ... . .. .. 25'00 25 00 416-A. P. Sasser restaurant . . ." t: 5 00 2 50 Lr MIAMI ....Tuesdays. Satoidara..ll 40pm SAYANA..Tbnrdayr......, 13: COn'c .

f' ,From Octobers, '1905 to October 1 f 1906. '; 417-J. S. Leach merchant, ., ... .;. :='.-. ? 3' 00 J. 50 Lr AtREYWESTWedoesdaysSunays..300pm KEY WZST......Wednesday......... 809pmAr Ar Lr KEY KEYW WEST...: .ThuMA'S. ... ... 830pm '

j + 257-R. :B:' Clark turpentine still, f .. . f. 25 00 .25 00 418C. L. Sistrunk lawyer ? ,,.' . '. ':: __. 10 00 5 00 HAVANA........rThondays....,.,..-6 30am Ar.MIAMI ..T.Thnrdevllonday1,930pm,.FridaysTuesdays. Wpm

,258-Wt H. Clifton merchant . ti ? .. . 3 00 1 50 419-Joseph Bell lawyer. .. . ? :. ,.*.. ." 10 00 5 00 F
259-H. B. Nettles From April 19, to April 20, One day. Additional! Sailings between Key West and Havana
merchant ; . . 3 00 1 50 .,
t ; 260=Klein & Campbell merchant . .. ? .: '. 12 00 6 00 420-Funny Folks Theatrical Show,. . ,'-..... .,. .? 25 00 12 50 IT KEY WEST..Monday.Fridays..., 30pm I LT ANA..Tuesday..S&turd.ys.12 004'8 7
'i .. 261-R, McConathy lawyer .. .. .' . .; V. 10 00 5 00 From April 1, 1906 to October_ 1, 1906. : .. : Ar HAVANA...Tueeda" SatDidays. 6 30am Ar KEY 15'EST.Tnesdaya.Satardys. 8 30pm ,
262 Walkup .Bros. 421-Ned,Bostic, merchant ... : .. .. '
merchant. ?
;? ? ? .. ; .. 6' 00 3 00 .t 1 50 75 Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers
263-The Plumbing & Electric Co., .:. . : . ',-. 3' 00 1 50 From October 1, 1905. to October 1f 1906. ", .. .

264r-C, J, Smith merchant . . .. : . .,. .' -.3,00. 1 50 422-Drv E.; P, Guerrant, keeping' stallion . -. .. .. 5 00 2 50 c ?base Time Tables show tb.times which trains may be expected to arrire at and depart
65J.. R."BIackiston. standing stallions, ,, \. ? .. .. 5 '00 2.50 I' From October 1, 1905 to October 1, 1906. '. from the seeral stttiom,but their arriral or departure at the times stated la not guaranteed
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From October 1, 1904, to October 1, 1905. 423-S. H. Gaitskill keeping stallion .. .. ;, ?_ .. .5 00' 2 50 nor Is this Company to be held responsible for any delays or any conaeqoenceg arising therefrom. ,?

From October,'1,1905, to October 1, 1906. "i i. From October 1, 1905. to October 1. .1906. ", For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other'Information

:I 266-..;.J. ,L.'Grantnam merchant, .. ., ... ; ..-. .- 300 1 .50 424-w. L. Smith merchant . *.. . .i . .i.: : 3 00 1 50 _

267-B. 1!!. Scrugs; merchant : ... eo '- .. 6 00 .3 00 From April 1, 1906 to ,October, 1906. ,;,f. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
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268-rW. Jn Lphrig, merchant .. .., ? ? .. 3 00 1 50 425-C. M. Rush merchant. .. ? n .% . ? .1 50 75 J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Qen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
269-Munroe.; McEachern Co. From April 1, 1906. to October 1 1906. x -
I merchaant, . 3 00 1 50 ; >. ; -
:. 270-:.Munroe, McEachern Co., turpentine still .. .,.. 25 00 25 00 426H. Watklns, pool tables disconnected from bar;. .5 00 2 50 .. ;- ".. .4

: 271-R., M; Giles/ merchant-,,,.".' /, -;. . . ."., .300 1 50 From October 1, 1905 to October 1, '1906. _

\ '272- D. H,. Burry. merchant. . . ? . . 3 00 1. 50 427-Edwards Naval Stores Co., distillers. ?' ?_.. ;. 25 00 25 00
273-Bragg Scriven. livery stable. '? ?. . ? 5'00 2 50 From April 1, 1906 to October 1, 1936. We

274-Hutchlnson & Co., merchant, ., eo ? ,. ; -.. .; ? 9 00 4 50 428-Royal Jacobs merchant .: .> .. .. :'?- 1 50 75 Never DisapPoint t Our PaiMs

,275-W. -Townsend & Co., turpentine still ,-, . .. 25 00 25 00 From April 1, 1906, to October 1, 1906. .; .*. '

276-Ferguson &' Usher merchant . .. ? '. : ? 3 00 1 50 429-John Prey merchant H ? ? .. . % .::. ... .-. jl 50 75 w. Fulfill E'lff lremko mid ltri r loW hi Fi1II !!et.
277 W. L. Townsend & Co.. turpentine stil, :.: . 25 From April ,1. 1906. to October 1, 1906. x WE CUIE .
; ; 00 0 25 00 430-J. :.; .' .=:t..::: = -'J--I :: .....
278 G,. W. M. Hodges. slot .. .u
Griffin, livery stable, .. machine H. .. '. .
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-t ? ? ? ? 5 00 2 50 431 J ? 2 50 1 25 s.v.r to"hnt wlthe.i ......, or -.aa ..-. I.INI ., ......'
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: 27ft-A. Johnson, livery .stable, < t . .;'. 15 00 1 50 Averett merchant .. . < ;..-. . 1 50 .,. 75 TtgePoWtrsb.iredt mo attmolant bmt,.r.....
280( -J.D. McDuffy, livery stable H ?.- .. .o., ? 5 00 2 50 432-C. C. Wilkerson merchant . . J; *. ..f. 1 50, 75 .,one Dr. Xlaf ttwfinl Co.U aa bitftaUna orgsa.KdttiM. Mtflj

c : t-T. E. .Biggs lawyer, .. .. : ... '. . :' ?'. ._. 10.00 500 433 434-E. F. Newport merchant ? to .-: .-:>"; ." ? :- 1. 50 75 I lava B Tmuaalttrwl of UMtttU of.Qeorjls 41>"a".a tar Dr.tht IT.tmtai K. Eire! .|I'44 eva.111

'-f' 282-Clcero Mltchel. livery stable .. ? .: 5 00 2 50 -Wesley Spates, mer hantf"'O.: eo '*. .;? ; ; ,1 50 75 f | tUi.ldKl tte&.Utt Galef B* lMsn"*e*.lwUl kiMi=

'S. r283-Edwin .Peterson livery stable ;. ," .'... 5 00 2 50 435-Burke Cash merchant'S 1 50 fea ataft.< aoiaaal JIeWu"tartecna.
? ? : 436 75 I' OvreiMaH t* tai.ru(asato( caroue cSlltMM ll...
; %84-Jno..T. 'Lewis, merchant ;i ? ; .'. .. ... .'.' 3 00 1 50 -E. W. Johnson, merchant, . : / ::' A. .>. "; ." 1 50 75 lad: vs EM batk maatul aa4 tla feat(araaetta.Oarofloeaara .
'.. S5-Maurtce: Dickerson restaurant I 437-Carl Baldwin merchant .. I. .'. '. tq'6i ippt4 .'VU at; tt. nlrattc. tana* teM
; / ,- h" .. ., 5.00 2 50 438-J. F.: .0 ; ., ,. .1' 50 75 rI lei. -,.,,.10141\ far.r. 4 riuwanj: la tact tr 4i tri aonrrtf
;;; 286-John'Wise, livery stable, :> ;. . ... 5 00 2 50 Roberts merchant . *, ? ,'.t.r:: -0 ; :;> 1 50 7.' aao know to flat B dtoal vrofmlos. .OvrauitanaaModara
: 287-Robert Graham .pvery. stable ? /: ". '. 500 2 50 439->I. Edwards merchant n eo .. :. .'.\', .1 50 75 ta rarr n.pe... *a4 w.. amploy DCD e bat UfWe I.

-;. Z88-H.: Black livery stable 'V .. ; . :. 5 00 2 50 446-J. B. Mallory crate factory .. . ; :. ,.'.' 3 75 3 75 1M&nbIt4 tbaIs4 sad PIlI'.t0aieas atleodaata betas 1a abaKs rs atrty .aI1II4 gntaaus

289- thanMro.merchant.d.. .. .. '" 9 00' 4 50 From October 1, 1905, to October 1, 1906. captor M mlateadiaf 0.aa. to rears J&lSaIl..
pf'r u 441-The McDonald .tatmnin ti>a 0. A's or uatkU tor 1Ueeatars..*wart eat
McGehee.-May6 turpentine"still, .'. ? .. ..' .50 on 50 ,00 From crate' and barrel Co., crate factory,' : 7 50 -7 50 'erthu juad Do Ow terms tOftttwr nt rve fecas tkMto
: 91-M. A.- Rice' &;Co., merchant i.' .. .. '6 '00 3 00 : April, 1906,' to Optobsr 1,,, 1906V ', {10.09 per moBtt.(aedldsea taelMt4) aji4aawot era{>titbt

292-H. B* Maters.-,merchant, .. |. -, ., . :1.? 25 00, 25 00 442-Frank Johnson. merchant . '. . .. 1 50 75 ., a can wliUna p oJi4tiB. --.. f ,
From tr( BUT :
-| 93-BlounU;+ lEitate'vCo., reales-tate agents .. 10 00 5 00 October 1, 1904, to October 1, 1905. RmRDUIS. 6wio DISEASES. : tan =z=

>" 294-N.Naser."merchant, ? ,. t'.- ., .' . ... '0'3" 00 1 50 443-C. S. Cullen, rec. for Wm. Ross phosphate mines,- ?. 12 50 12X 50 IfMl1Allllnar\t\\N\I'\A."gIl I" neb.BaptuH.. KWnay B'o.l.u4. DraIaI.IOla4L neoet.a E beaatj1 ....

f: 255-E..F.;Smith; merchant,,*. \ ,?v > '. ', .. .i. ., 300 150 From April 1, 1906, to October 1, 1906. -1 :-"-" : \" um.l1fJJ( tilssaasti tmR 'a tad aaU aaal aro.etsa'Cataa i rrm.a., tis
{ 29G-Weat rm.'merchant.' '3 4440. L. Crooks merchant ... .. . 1i0M0 '!' aD4 ....
I. :
297-W H ; . 3 00 1 50 445 John' .*-a *; : 150 73:>> .N.KKIN4aLQ Bli p of W oo.o.Nc ellu4 _
F / Ds Lawto ,\merchant. C. ,, .. ,. .. :. 3 00 1 50 Williams merchant .i ? ? :-C.;: \.1.50 75 'e,.,, CQqa- rMrt.a.an Oisataral Ducbirsea. aad sucfc wtakeetiai et ftlU1l. .I ".
w |- 98-J.. N Malpheus. merchant T. ., ;,' .. 300 .1 50 From October 1, 1905. October 1, 1906. J' Wr..te ut
| 299 "N.. C. ,Waits, merchant '.. % ., -, : ?.. ?. '. .?:. ..?. 3 00 1 50 446-W. H. Massey & Co., merchant . t.-.",; ; .,? -.' 3 00 j 1 50 ". ..+.. 402(8QLAT101d,1tT11tIirTIOY'.LrD yes ear liwratwe.1acJ1i411111J&DPt...bUak A fur 1"ItJtIIBaa borne trvrstM.. .

.J300-J. B. Hardee. 'merchant .. ;'. ., ,' .,. .'. .. .. 3 00 1 50 From. April 1, 1906. to October 1, 1906. -. .; _,

J <301-C. T.. l uree, restaurant ? |v .. .. '. ,.. . 5 00 2 50 447 From-J, Matchett, merchant, . . .t ? ; 150 75 Dna III1 MEDiCal CO.. y tis"t \m AUnta, II..

p,302-John' Armstrong merchant, .V; ,v ,. .. .. a. .. 3 00 1 50 October j, 1905. to October 1, 1906. .

4* 303-Jno. R. McDonald. livery stable ? t' ,'. ... . '. 10 00 5 00 448 From-W, H. Massey & Co. turpentine still ? v. . .25 00' 25 00
304J. L. Leltner ,merchant.. V\ -. =:. '. ,": -3 00 1 1 50 April 1, 1906, to October 1, 1906. 'c --

:1306 n305-S. Feinberg, merchant !.i.. .. ... .. -..- .. < .. .6 00 3 00 449 450-Nix & Olin merchant ... .. ,, ;" .: .:;:. . 1' 50 75

-C. H. 'Hollinsworth, restaurant! .., .. '. 5 00 2 50 -Pasteur & Marsh. merchant. .. .. .. u' .', -; . :; 1 50

rF -301-B08wtll Bros., liverv stable,. ir. . .. .... ?. 10 00 500 451-Joseph Coleman, merchant,. ,. .., ,0.-; 1 50 75 75 a V'
;308--8. F. Price merchant ,' .. :. 452-T. J. Perry merchant ,. . .. "
.. *.* :. 6 00' 3 00 . ,; : 1 50
453
:1.309-J.>.' Cr Walker merchant, .-, ,. .*- . :. ": .300'. 150 -A. L. Midget merchant ,. .. .. .. .; '.'. . 1 50 75

I- i ?310-J.H.Gary( ( ? livery stable, .. i... .'. .. . '?' .' .. 5 00 2 50 .454-H. C. Johnson 4 Bro., merchant. '. ; i. '. ; ? ? 150 75
From ? 75
,311-Manhattan Introduction.. welging machine, .. ? 5 00 2 50 4S&-M. October 1, 1905, to October 1, 1906. *. -'-' t f
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",312-Manhattan'IntroductIon Co.. .1Veighing Middlebrook restaurant ..' 'p /; -
1313-JuUa machine 5. 00 2 50 456-J. N. ? 5 00 2 50- OGHU -
Tiller
BANNER
A. &
Reddic; merchant, ; .. Co, turpentine still .: ; ,? : '. ,
.
a' ? n' ? 3 00 1 50 457 /. 25 00 ; 25 00 T'HE -
314LV. 3Irs t
i + Williams: livery stable .: . .. .. . 5 00 2 50 l58-H. T. J. Barnes, hotel, ,. . ; .. ; .'. '. ... 5 00. 2. 50 JOB

315-Hodg';31G-Hod"es and' O'Hara-;; turpentine' still ..''-n "':. )0".25 00 25 00 459-Wm.A Faucett merchant .-. .. <.", ,,. ? -. .: 3 00 .1 50. } DEPARTMENT "i i
*** O'Ha ra;; merchant .. .. Griffith slot machine .. : ,
317 . 3 00. 1 50 4GO ? > ? ? .,. .. .. .5 00 .2 50 ,
Wm
-Tom Smith livery 'stable. -.-.. .: ? h .. .. :. 5 00 2 50 Griffith slot machine . ? .'.". .. 5 00 ,
':U9-S 318-8.. A.A. Standler\ &: Ca livery' sta1:1e: .. ;, .': .? X 25 00 12 50 461 From-Stephen April 1, 1905, to October 1, 1906.. "V:! :' 2 50 is at your service. It I

StandleyCo.mehchant. '. Jewett, insurance agt,. jj.- .
.: .. ;. : 12 00 6 00 462 ? f Tv; t 1 :
t
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? 25
3 320-Tyli 1-"W E. &'CO''merchaat. a..f., : ." : ,.o t' :. .; 9 00 4-50 403--Step.hen J N. Jewett. insurance agtr, .? .j. '. ?.: .*, .". ?.-. 1 23 'Prints. anything from an j

.")",",-u.T'-."" :sitar Tydri''' ; too:; merchant,:. .: .. ., ?.. 'O. 6 .00S2S 300 From, October Shealey, merchant .. .J . 1.50 75 Address Card to Elephant
an
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: & lawyerp,4 .. \ .If', 19C5 to October 1 : <
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.. . .. 10 00 5 00 464 1926. -. .. .
-3 ,33-W.From October W. Clyatt t.,1905 abstract of titles . '. . :; : 10'00 5 06 465--J.Northern L. Smith& merchant, >.. . .. "'. ,'t; ,. . /3: 00 1 50 S Poster. : : : : : ) :
to Southern. .
October Co.
1. 1906. saw
mill >
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4 3 75 3 t
: ,324-Whlte Star, steam;: T."undr\, ''' .. ... .. '. .. .. 6C-Northern & Southern Co. merchant ._ ? 75
'f 1325-H. raf. / ,, .,' t. '. ; 10 0o 5 00 467-Jt B. ? ... 3'00. 1 50
{a.mU.Ptod n. !law er.r"; :: :: Martin, merchant . .. )
I. -. .- '. .
-2 SO''D., R ) :; i. .-.1000 5 OG From ; u :.3. 00 1 SO
.". u- u merchant, ,;, .. : April 1, 1906 to, October 1 1906. ,
"97-The 'Carmichael ? : ... ,3 00 11! 50 46S-Lazier &' : 8 MA vvVVVW"
= and Son Co.. restaurant; : 5 00 2 50 Carter Co., merchant . ;V.' ; .1; 50 tj
-J ? ? 75
E. S. From October ? ?
:,3row: >x p.1rrery stable .T : 5 00 1, 1905 to October 1, 1906.n ; ..
329Railway !Aht,' t. t f ftf 2 50 46 -Hunt
Sajea Munroe
Co.. & Co.
( automatic. sales'. machine330 ; 5 00' 2 50 turpentine still ? ? 25 00 25 .00 '
-Sip Coleman From ? ? ? <
merchant. . April 1, 1906, to October 1 '
Q- 331-Sip Coleman .. =,, -, ,- .f" ;.. '> ...' 3 00. 1 50 4.o-R. S. 1906. : .

,132-M. Rubin, merchant $. ?, ,.. ?, .. ? f, ,. 3 00 1 '50 471-Hcrst Woodard.& merchant, . ..v. '' : ". 1,50 15
=" From-October pawn broker .H .z .-. ... ? .. H 100 00 50 00 472 Cargle Co., merchant o. ? ? ? '. .- 1 50 ,75
YO ?
1 Wmr Gist t.
"Y \&l33JW. 1905, to Oetobei 1, 1906. standing jack Of .. : :: : ; '. < 21501 1 25
From
October
t 334-J:: T Lancaster Sylvester real theatre mgfrA,..., ., U.. ....' -..,........f .1. t 10,00 ...r LOG:: 473::-M. M. 1, 1905, to.October 11906. _, ; _,' :
;: 335-Fo' estate 88't..,. ? .. . H 10 00: 5 00 From Proctor merchant .' .. V. .. .,. :,, ? ? ? 300e; 1.50
f. Lancaater;insurance agt.. .. April 1, 1906 to October 1 1906. '.' '. '
... ...- 2 50 474 ) :. .

i337G-1w.. ..H.CJefrords"Buller merchant real ? .... ':; (,tt=."J-\u...,.... w.. ,.... \.o ......"'t"......S From-W, October D Condon 1 merchant ., .. : .' 'U .'. .. .:,.1.50 7

,. J. R. Hewitt estate ag""t . ... .. 1>' .. Ii) 00 6 00 475-Sarah 1905, to' October 1, 1906. .. ., .
h &: Son merchant. ., filler, livery stable, .. ,. : ,. .5.0 E 50 '
39-L. ? r ? t. ? ? 3 00 150 476-B. ," '! Where iso
Ii. Meggs ; find
R. ; i Shield
X340Jna Miller ; turpentine t:1U11: ,, .... ,! ... 25. 00 25 00 477-Mrs. Stripling insurance; at, p :':: f... : ',' eo '-; .", 2 you, Brand'Shoes
"{ restaurant ': "u ? '.. ", ,. 50034Ocala 2 50 From M. H. Hatchell hotel '. . .:,. :: .. .. 5 00. 2 it is'a safe"place to trade because

i / "f''To'; '1.-' J. S, Burden Hooper BottlingWorks"merchant.' insurance .00....ent.: ..: ... .. '1.... .''! f.. ..'1. ?'. 6.4a. 3 2 00 50 418-R. April M. Martin 1, 1906 merchant, to October? ..I,.1906.. '+ "..'" ,".!.:;. .".... '.; i"-1-50!;- they are sold by reliable merchants,
"
s merchant. r ,., ..... HS-H. c. McCully merchant. ,.. .. . 1 50 7s everywhere. Be '
't'.X44-Robt.. Rurro' ... ... ,. ... 3 00 1 50 48G-McMahan It. ".r: :' ; <. .sure. ask forRiser's
.
livery stable Co:. merchant. ,, t
3.5-E. L. Wart ? ., u ,; ,: h 5 00, 250 ?" :. ., .150. 15
.34G-lleX"IL', ; merchant. ,. ? .. ... f. ;. _. 6 00 3 481-John M* Graham. insurance agt, (local) ,.", .'':. eo .. : 1 25 -
.; T-8. A w; Miller Co.. turpentine stills. .. ; ... :: : 25 00 25 00 003 482-R.. R. Whittington' merchant.. .. '. ." V. <: . ',-154 75 King 3.50. Shoe
'I : Huger; merchant. ,,. ..>. -? From. October 1, 1905 to October 1 1906. '_ .
*'-s ;,,34S The Harunann ,. : ? ;. .. : ;!".... 3 00 .1'50 483-McGehee .'.:. ',,
,}.Ie"1.oroUI4COJ Lumber Co: saw mill .. ., ? 25 ,for
; merry-go-round. ? H. H.f.6 6.25 men will
1 'From October 1.1905 to -' ; 1906.b' 00 .25 00 484-McGehee Lumber Co.' merchant;; H '? .':'" '':; ... : ;::-,' 6,00. 300 'adyoJ get YQur.

'- -349--ChasPeyserTsiotkmachia .", ,# 485-Postofflce Drug Store, ,merchant. .. 5., .. .; '. .. ; ;= 18 ()O '9 00 Made
aS50=Fred'G-nWelhA"'a uc U '""4tt'1 y' '.. ... .' ." 'M VV. 25b From April 1, .1906, to. October 1,1906'' -"' ,' ; .. .. moneys
on all
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the
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,,-.5I-TUler.-Harp Co. t urpen t. .? .!! 5 00 Z 50 486--The Globed merchant Of ',. .. .. ..:. .:;: '. 1,50 75 popular "
352_fc Weiss e..still. .". .,. ... ... 00 487 3i. Rubin, merchant .. .. /.W. Leathers Patent
Colt
2504
merchant .. '? ,., ,,.. ,'"'t',, ;..t--.. : < :..",, -!-,;**' 150. 75.623 : ,
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=:'L-l'' 4. ....; ,t. 'c : 3 00' From Octobe"'k1905.to; October't .190&1.Lumber .' Gun Yic
From".,"." '''October< 1,..1"04. to Y show. ,.. ..' \' '. 10 00' '. S+OU 488-E.. PK Rentz Co.. saw mill. ,- u., ;Z .:. >., -.' <625_ ,Metal, Box Cal ;e

eRtart .19 1905.:. :- : 489-French, Bakery 'merclumt,. ',.,':."'i "
a :; ? H a ,, TI 300 '
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e f.l .. ''! ''. '' ,. .; ... ,_. ., 6 00 : ::3 00 490-Sol;_ ,merchant;. ,u ..' :-" ... .," :. ., .. 3 00 50"i91YartelILumber 50 .. K..C X KlS43r Company I' .
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,.Ostobera.14D5to0ctobe S. .o.' "' .. ,... .... ---9 00 -4. 511 cr. saws mill. ,.. :., h. .. U ..: ? :.: 375 :
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'T NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A, MAP. OF BUSY LIFE: ITS FLUCTUATIONSAND VAST CONCERNS."-COWPEB. 1 \

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VOL..41, NO.:18. OCAIiA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR

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HAPPENINGS A UT TOWN. Mr and Mrs. E. C. Dorsey who HYMENEAL. U. D. C. MEETS. CAUSES OF CRIME.

have rented their home to Mr. and m

'$_ MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. Mrs< D.. S, Woodrow, will move into Peacock-Hale. Daughters Meet With Mrs. E. L. Car A western judge commenting on a ICATARJWi

,"," Local, Editor the Frank" Dorsey cottage which'. is Tuesday evening, October ,twelfth, ney-Miss Irma Blake Presents :murder trial in which he had sat as .7
II located: between Fort King and Ock- Mr. Q. E. Peacock an dMiss Sadie ,presiding judge' said that in his
Chapter With New Gavel-Interesting -
lawaha avenues and formerly occupied Hale went quietly around to the residence opinion two of the,more prolific causes HEAD,
Dr and Mrs. Richardson of Board by Mr. and MrS, Howard Clarkl. of Rev. W. H. Funk the MethOdist : Papers Read- of crime were ,the bulging hip pocket !

man,..are visiting their daughter, MrsJ. minister here and were united 'in Refrestments Served. and the too prevalent habit of using ITHROATt\1BLAD V
A. Bouvier. Mr. Sam Christian, son of Dr. E. M, vile epithets.
of
the bonds holy wedlock. ILUNG5k3llFEMALfl ri
T. Christian, who resides at Oak The young couple kept their secret The Dickison ,Chapter U. D. C, was Whether or not these causes hold
Mrs: Edward 1... McIntosh Trent
down: to Clearater Saturday Hurst, brought in town Saturday sev- until the next morning when they delightfully entertained Friday after. the record, certain it is that they
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Afternoonfor
,
a short visit. oral of the biggest and finest looking' sprung it as quite a surprise on their noon by Mrs. E. L. Carney.It tend in a large extent to fill our jails i ate.I } -

loads of hay that ,we have eyer se n. friends and relatives. was one of the largest attended and penitentiaries and cause the ,, .

it was! of their own making and verifies meetings ,in several months and the buildin gof many 'scaffolds.The -
Airs. John Hansbrough Tampa: Mrs.Peacock is the daughter of Col.J. '
is the guest of her slster.fn-law. Mrs, ; the statement that Florida hay N, Hale, who is well known in the first sine the, residence of the president '"pistol toter" is an. enemy f I?

"YllUam Hocker. can't be beat., newspaper fraternity. of ,this state and Mrs Fanny R. Gary, was burned our ,civilization a constant

Georgia and had been here for some to the ground, when many valu- to law and order. The practice

Noble Strpbhar, son of Mr. J. N, Mrs. David SAWcodrow has rented time on a visit to her sister Mrs.. J. able papers, relics and, souvenirs belonging going armed is a V relic of ;
Strobhar ,of Pannasoffkee Mr. sad ilrs.,, E. .C, Dorsey's home on to the chapter were and in the
,; was "visitIng Q. Peacock, of Williston a prominent consumed. has no place
'in Ocala Saturday Ocklawaha avenue and will move into turpentine operator. agv. Numberless Crimea have I ,

It as soon as Mr. Woodrow .return Mr. Peacock left yesterday for The following visiting ladies were committed that would never have'oc j
Mrs. M. C. Dosh and children arc tit from 'Scotland They will make that !
Ocala where he has accepted a position present: Mrs R. A. Burford Mrs. F. curred if some. man had not had
1 ome' from, a, visit of several month place their,home until they build their j
on the staff of the Evening Star A. Howse Mrs. M. Fishel :Mrs. J. revolver stowed away in' his hip pocket
with relatives in Georgia.Mr new residence on Fort King avenue, '
C. B. Koonce Mrs J. B. Hiers. Of courSe
these
and Mrs Peacock will, join him Sun- men are t
which will be begun shortly.
Danellon Advocate. Mrs. Carney served delicious re very sorry afterwards. But an
: Waldo.Martin who Is a large day,-
freshments and was assisted by Mrs.J. of prevention is worth tons n"tonr"
vegetable grower at Martin, has been "Mrs. E. S. Waterman has returned -
ArnoldDenham.Mr C. B. Koonce Mrs. W. V. Newsom of regret and remorse.
In the city .tor'seenl days., Tiome from Gainesville Ga., where for
and Mrs. James Scott Denhau Mrs., Robert Blake and the little The habit of using vile .epithets
'Dr. 'and .Mrs. H. G, Spbcmer :and the past month or" more she has .enjoyed have issued invitations to the mar Misses Irma Blake and Laura Jean even where no insult is intended'
a delghtful visit with her son, '-
little daughter of Slanton-o.Lak '' .: riage of their daughter Mary Ann Dozier. far too prevalent and is indictive
Mr. Rufus 1Vaterman and his -
*Weir, were'.pleasant visitors to/Ocala family. Hansell, to Mr. Daniel Harvey on Mrs. F, Ev Harris read an interest. nothing so much as ignorance and
:FrIday. Enroute home ,she' stopped over .in the evening of Wednesday the twen- ing reminiscence on the life of limited vocabulary, The
Jacksonville for a brief visit with '
ty-fourth cf. October at hail past eight General Robert E. Lee, while.things are best expressed in
- !Mr. 'J., J, Williams of jHoinosassa, :Mrs. W. K. McDonald and while I o'clock at the Presbyterian church at Mrs.; Annie Bond Hopkins one choicest of King's English in

spent the day in Ocala, Friday. He there met quite a' number' former Monticello, Florida. This will be an I of the most loyal diukhters, that cuts and hurts but does not -

: f was, accompanied by his beantlfpl Ocala friends, who are now residing important society event owing to the related .an, 'amusinlg incident about suIt. The man who does not

little .daughter. M.vrle, in the metropolis. visiting the grave of John Brown to
\ prominence of the young couple. profanity is very likely to
Mr Alexander Moorehead, our capable Miss Denhani is one of the most whose body' lies moulding in the his temper in check and he '
.Mrs. Ti., ClarkEon, returned_ ,"home "
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Friday' ', n and Worthy: 'county surveyor, popular' young ladies in 'west Florida ground away up in the Adriondack a course that aids the other fellow _
afternoon from few
a days'visit -
Jacksonv says that he"has not purchased a bale and is not o nly a great belle in; her mountains.Mrs. 1,he same line of endeavor.A .
to friends In lle.;; 'She of ,hay since living in Florida. That home town but wherever she. visits. (IBadger spoke feelingly of the more rigorous enforcement
went to "be iE'nt
up especially 'TJr'
be has always.: made enough for his Mr. Arnold lives in West Virginiaand historic battlefields that she had visited the law against the "pistol
the marriage of friend.
at a
a. oWn:use ;and some to .spare. That is a prominent young lawyer. the past summer Lookout Mountain and the man of vile speech will

The.. entire press uf Tlorifla gives, A.1hea.rt1 i this year he has made the finest crop, an<* Dick Robinson Camp near +-it in lessening the annual .
in as well Will Entertain the Editors. where Gen>Nelson was killed. of murders in Florida.-Palatka
: welcome to Editor Harris :and quantity a Equality, as he =
his brilliant' daughter upon their return ever saw, He says that if the 'Florida I The Jacksonville board of ,trade Miss Irma Blake in a graceful man
is cultivate! I have issued invitations to a collation ner stated that since the two gavels What Syd U Carter Says.
i from New "York and< other ii rth- hay property and i
and banquet to be given in honor of that she and her mother gave the Judge Syd L. Caner: has
Dunheltan cut in the it is
erji cities,- Advocate.;, proper season more
nutritious, than the .imported, bay. the editors of Florida at the boardof chapter had been lost in the fire, it from a trip to the

t I illt;,T,.C. Pfllans: 1Ierchant'aT1d post. and that stock of all kinds, thrive OIl trade auditorium during the car afforded her great pleasure in presenting river into Lake Okeechobee and

: toaster at ,Electi>t,, .WIP (ranxictinxin it well. Mr. Moorehead's horses, navl week on Wednesday, November a new gavel to the chapter. Arising Everglades where he went. with

t.slness, '' :Ocala_ VrtHay: ; lie said mules and cows .verifications, of 7th 1906 from twelve o'clock noon vote of thanks was tendered the error Broward and a number of

I that. tie! vebih; i 7U' his section has all he nays along this, Imo for they to two o'clock. little! lady for (the thoughtful act. members' of the1 legislature and

r 'been exceedingly) dry -an dthat the are fed on' no other)kind .of proven The editor and local editor of this A check, of twenty-five dollars was Ida editors. In speaking of this

pg at t-1cane'1s'.au1ferlng, for the, want der'and are always fat_ and in good paper acknowledge an invitatiqn tobe given the chapter for the monument Judge Carter says he will frankly
e i1 rat condition., present on this occasion. fund by a generous daughter of an mit that the trip shattered' many
.. 1 The board of trade of Jacksonvillenever adjoining town. his preconceived opinions of that

)11'\ Q.IL:< eo 'Ooalafe street In.i Hon. A P, Baskin ot Anthony. was dc things by halves ard they f One of'the most touching incidents! tion of the state. A more

; left Friday..1ot.Ji ew, Orleans, Ind d.b-8J1ItJ1.i:Btfonmad are making elaborate preparationsfor of the afternoon ;was when the president hospitable ahd intelligent
j ., 'ictor.: t T"\VfIt."'- epenc fo a;sko"r ; that he :bas purchased; 'an' orange; the success of this function.A displayed .five-"blackened partially than the Fort Myers people cannot =

t with |Iris ,son, Mr., Clarence grove 'at Largo and expects to move melted silver' dollars that found on the globe. "The river is

Moore, and,gds daughter, Miss Clara there next week and will.remahi there Prominent Visitor. bd.en. found in the :Ashesof cecdingly beautifulsaid Judge
Moore who Is spending the winter in permanently Mr. Baskin is one of Among the prominent visitors to her ruined home, which had been ter. "It is lined with thrifty

i .New:Ortenas- with' her brother., the best fanners, in this: county and this city Thursday was Samuel R. left ,in a, basket on a table with the i and magniflficent orange groves
Pyles of Ocala who Is one of the :
we regret that we are so soon to lose gavel and papers, where she had plan, Lake Okeechobee is a splendid OO<
>adltor'Ftanlt'Harrls'' -and "fate charming Brick City's leading citizens
him. He has been living here for ed them on her return from the last of water, said to be the largest ] '
:daughters'Use Sara Harris: have Mr. Pyles, prior to the disastrous ,
more that twenty' years and ha*,been meeting.It of Lake Michigan; and it is only
jreturnedjrom a pleasant visit 10,New freeze which we remember, was 1'
: \ thoroughly identified with the pro was voted to have one of the dollars question of time when its shores
': 'York city. "'M1ss'Harrlq Is local editorof the owner of one of the most famous .
gress of the county In all movements placed In the corner stone of be lined with stately hotels and
: the Ocala Dally :Banner and furnished orange groves in the state located on :
and has ,always lent a generous and the new court house and Mrs. M. H.: tiful residences; for he who I
her'readers Trtth "some intertesting the Withlacoochee river. like
many :
helping ,hand to all enterprises. He Stovall was requested to prepare a that the waters of the lake cannot
'letters during her stay in. the other good and true Floridians helost :
is 'a man of excellent judgment and suitable memorial for the occasion. ]lowered)\ and the adjaceht
;great metropo.Gainesville --Sun. everything he possessed at that
?
says that hte finest orange grove drained and brought into a bgih i
time but by push and has ,
energy
Mrs.J.K Austin is haYIng .several lands In Florida, he. believes are at Death of a Pioneer Citizen. d cultivation does so through d 7'r
.. worked himself back into the financialand "-
.:alterations and additions. made to Largo and he is thoroughly pleased commercial, world. He Is one Maj. Robt.- Gamble died at the home ignorance of the facts, or else ;

her pretty borne on Ockfawaha 'avenue with his new property He has purchased who 'deserves a great deal of credit of his daughter Mrs. Howard Gamble -' interested motives; and if he will

.' and the, residence on Fort King a bearing grove of fifteen for what he has accomplished underdimcultles.Friday's at Tallahassee. Wednesday night. 21 d view the land.for himself he

-'''avenue occupied by, Mrs.. G. F. 'Bitt! meres and will greatly enlarge It. Gainesville Sun. Maj. Gamble was a member of the admit that Governor: 'Broward's :

,: -mar is, undergoing<< some repairs. distinguished Gamble family, He are entirely practicable

r : ,.'Thebnliding: boom in Ocala continues Air, J. N. Strobhar, of'pannasoff Will Move to Tampa. was the o.dcsi resident of Leon much he may differ from the ;

kee, general manager of the' Idlewild Mr R. J. Knight of Crystal River county, eing, ninety-three years of about other things."-{

,Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Clyatt and the Game Preserve, was in the city Fri one' of the largest turpentine operators age. He came to Florida from Virginia Sun.

latter's brother, Mr,' 'James Brooks day. He had just returned from a in Florida has purchased the in 1S27 and has resided' in the

.: left ,Friday for New Orleans, where business visit 't(' New York, Boston handsome home of Mr. G. R. Macfar- ..state continuously since that date He Doesn't Look the Part.

',they: go. on a pleasure trip. They win and Montreal where he easily disposed lane In Hyde park, Tampa The He was a gentleman of the old school -
(. : ><9 of all the stock of the com trade: was made through Mr. B. B. with courtly distinguished manners
ti jjweeka. During the absence of Mr pany. He said that quite a numberof Barco and the price paid was $12,000. and a 'well known writeron "whoopin' 'em up" for Hearst in ;
Brooks Mr.George Ford will take his York and making speecehs oa
the sharehodlers would be down Mf. Knight will in a short while economis subjects. For many
property move his family to Tampa and they years he was an advocateof
automobile. Mr. Lamar was
will be immediately enlargedand will make their future home in that an inland waterway to connect New
M1: \ Mr. Jake Klein returned home? Saturday the political friend of the plain .
,' put In thorough !preparation; for city. He has recently purchased the : Orlean s with the Atlantic ocean
# from New: York. He has beenjn though as a matter of fact he dO
the entertainment of the winter vIsitors fine Sampson orange grove near Tam through Florida. He had collected (
New York for the; past six weeks look the part.-Palatka News.
:: Mr. Strobhar said that the much valuable and interesting data
purchasing the winter goods for his' pa.Mrs 11
while vise grove ,has been ,worked over and the Knight wasin; Ocala one day relative to Florida history, both na.tural'
: and
store
dry goods away
Cable advices received in Was
and Im- trees are in fine shape and he anti. last week returning to Crystal and political which was destroyed !
!ted other cities bought an
ton from San Domingo stato that
cipates a crop next year of 15,000 ,
,: mense stock of goods. He came River from Tampa where she hadbeen about two years ago when "
,from New York to Jacksonville on boxes. The grove now consists of to look over ,their elegant new his daughter's! house was burned. He agreement was reached between
the Comanche. 15.000 bearing trees and several thousand ? home. was at one tine state comptroller offinant government L.Ld the insurgent

small trees,. He expects to makeIt *. in the neighborhood of'Monte

i.. Mr. Walter Ray of Martelr whc the handsomest piece' of property, in Held for Murder. ti whereby the insurgents would

:- has been absent since the first of !last: Sumter county.The It will be remembered that this pa Answer to Correspondents. render to the government

t ;=;.May visiting .Hot Springs, Ark., and per gave an account some weeks Kicker-Yes, the city has one and and General Umardo, who '

',' :tbe mountain' resorts'At..Xoith' Carolina Ocala House Leased. ago of the killing of Tulle Hodge by if you had been a close observer you the campaign! for President

:; has 'returned- 'his l jiome. He : .air. George. Easteriing of South one L R. Rhoden of Delray, Dade would have seen it yesterday. It,is will become governor* oj ) Y

:'h\ \\\l\ suffering from the ejects of. Carolina, has, been in Ocala for several county.' a pretty one, too. It is painted a beautiful Christi '

"- rheumatism but otherwise: Isery days past and the purpose of this Rhoden' struck young Hodge over blue and makes handsome appearance -

,much improved and very greatly enJoyed visit was too lease from Mrs. D, G. Ed. the head with an ax handle and at the as it moves gracefully up and The Jacksonville" Metropolis 1


G 1 'that he has been successfulin a $1,000 bond, but the grand jury appreciated liquids over-our dusty boom and one ,of her greatest

t : Mrs., Henry W Long Z ,of Martel. his negotiations and will take after a further investigation. of the. thoroughfares., It would. have done is the erection of a large
':-;xhQ has been sick' for some time charge of this fine hostelry the first facts indicted him for murder and he ;I your heart good to*have heard themany houses the Fame as .New York ( r

had a serious relapse Thursday of November. The, papers have not must now meet this serious charge. expressions of thankfulness other large cities Jacksonville

: but was very much better I1ay'raorning'and yet .passed ,but- the terms of agreement The ,parents of young Hodge, the. with which our merchants and other tainly will hold her own with _

if' : U is hoped that she have all been arranged. murdered man reside in this city. citizens 'greeted its appearance after city of her size in the Union

Wa .now, 1n the road to a rapid recoy- )Ir. Easterling is a member of the its. long seclusion. No, we do not the fact that the continues to

1.. : ery> Her !sisters Mrs. Curry and firm of Ea'sterling Bros., the largest How to Cure a Cold. know 'why it is used except at long is a latter of extreme gratification

,_hirs! Love V of acksonville, are with. cantaloupe growers In this country intervals, as it seems, to be in thor- very citizen who takes, pride in
'h rO'
1 and.\this, ,flap has shown- enterprise The question' of how to cure a cold ough repair: -A photograph was made growth of his stale..

. 'l To and 'have been successful in all] without unnecessary loss of time is of it yesterday and it will no doubtbe ,
Judge
Remedy'ust one in' which we are more or .less interested .
-, know its father/and moth. their undertakings and' it goes for the for the quicker a cold is place! at some, prominent' place The cold wave which swept 1
:::= r, d' understand. the; reason for saying that the Qcala House has fallen gotten rid of the ,less the danger of in the city as a proof_that we possess the east and south broke all ;
.fta existence; Ramon's liver'Pills and into good hands, pneumonia and other serious dis: :r..ch a much needed .apparatus for for this season in many localities.

.H Tonic edache Pellets, ..Dizziness; a, Treatment,' Pains for' IIkIt r The,Ocala House ha long been thepride eases. Mr. B. W. L. Hall of Waver- laying the dust on windy toys. So return to seasonable. temperature,

\.. ;itoey; Constipation and Biliousness in the, of'.Ocala 1 and,is a splendid property ly Remedy, Va.'has for used years Chamberlain's and says; *I'Cough Urnt if in the future you should be on the today Is promised by the weather<

:1s.basedon the formula of one of the and more and more as thetown ly believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy verge of becoming a "Doubting Tfeesj- reau. Severe' damage by frost is

teat D hTsicana,! lever kuowuJ AU advances'isY becoming better paying to absolutely; the best preparation a.4"- yoti may gaze on Its,likeness"and ported Iron some portions, of

... fiBfud titwiu:,s Tonic> !PelletB tee.tNu 10 (oU''g investment' < .,.:r '_Yo. _atttdjw,'-l .... t..hope"' thathnuder.>t-. on the market, for' colds., .1 congratulate yourself that, we: certainly south. There was' heavy snowfall
:ure have recommended it to friends
,;.' headache'or >refund your- ,money., its. new'management, it Will bee even and, they all agree with me.my" ,For,Bale have/one; Whether: the streets some of the' eastern.states and,in
euccessful'than
more
'tItllat,' 25.oetatg v; .,'< ever ; by,all druggists.: indicate it or not. northwest

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< fa Hide ENTOffiiY Ffc
Tobacco
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P se tt'f I !Ii! : t\ :' *
E rteb -- a stone's.. throw ;of 'the club; house.
"' nagrormds The Game of f
.. On our return home froni4'ew.'York ;. x' ';f1' < \ Business .*

-. 'via the Clyde Line' last, ,week.fi# T"we had To*!* cemetery_ has a- wide: reputaflow ..". By,GEORGE. ]. SETMOra. .'*. T.btccOGrimm, in the Pint Coaatry.d

'. a, layover at ,Charleston. of eighteen! for its .beauty and it certainly 5..-...........,..)....,..... S' '

o .. hours., We reacbed the ,city aV eight comes up to every' expectation., Natwe Yes, ,the game of business. And The Imitation Brands. Have Schnapps

o'clock. in the evening, .and. almost as has here been very lavish in
if
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fascinating it ls"too, 'rightly
.. lOOn ,as' the boat ,landed most. of the bestowing,her gifts and man has done a played. The game plums are sweet*' and > Quality Only On the Outside '

passengers disembarked and started his hate in beautifying the grounds, '
there Is no limit to their number; It
.... for a :stroll, around the, city. As, .,it which present a most charming pie -. .
is not a game in which only one wins. Of the Plug
was Sunday: evening; we first went to ure. "
Anyone that wills can win
St. Michael's church, the, oldest The trees, shrubs flowers, hedgesd' A
good of the.S9.0a
Jr suppose a many
1: church in the south,' but, to onr' disappointment lake: lovely and }
are 'very every
.' week clerks who. have been doing Hundreds of imitation ,brands are claimed to be just 'tls good" as
we ,found that there thing is as,r.eat .as a pin. Everything <
were no 'services ,in the' church, that about the grounds is.kept in exquisite at the the same same work wages for the, would past five sneer years It, on safe that look like Schnapps toSchnapps, but there is.only one gen 1

: ".. evening.' condition. ih3 large' plot contalninthe ;': they could read this, ,but neverthelessit bacco. The outside of the imitation uine Schnapps. Be sure the letters '

:I- S Charleston Wo visited. boiel the ind.postoffice to'1I\d' them and both the is especially graves,: of the weil.Confederate kept, and; soldiers around is true. plugs of tobacco is flue cured the same on the tag, am|:stamped on the plug ,:11rl
There is no game in which the excitement -
to be, magnificent structures and ;of the plot is a beautiful hedge and .inho is so intense, 'the race so as Schnapps, but ,the inside is filled under the tag spell S-C-H-N-A-P-P-S
'
..', which any city ett.her'ln the north or L center of the grounds a monument keen, and the rewards so. many as with sweetened and then you have It-the most 1-
south might well be proud, has been erected to ,these valiant he the cheap, flimsy, heavily .
game of business. For the man
-: ; After .second,good night's rest onboard roes. who throws himself into it in the air cured tobacco. One chew of wholesome tobacco produced with X

.. the Arapahoe: In the beautiful In this cemetery is a tremenduousand right spirit there is positive pleasure.Ask Schnapps will satisfy tobacco hunger' just enough sweetening: to preserve l
Charleston harbor TFO started out Immediately -
splendid looking, live oak tree,
_.I I .:after breakfast to, -see supposed to be one of the largest and successful the man man who, and knows.he will. Ask point the to longer than two chews of such to- the mild, juicy, stimulating quality of

r more of the city' of Charleston.., oldest in the coutnry.. It is said to the many already independently rich, bacco. The color size and shapethe leaf tobacco. Expert tests prove

'/ 'This is one of the quaintest cities be between six hundred and one thousand who need not work yet who: do of and of that this flue cured tobacco
the plugs packages grown
In Ihe south and is full'of interesting years old, it.1s forty-five feet It is because they fear they will lose tags, '

J' places or tourists to visU., There are certain imitation brands of tobacco in the famous Piedmont
,
high, twenty-one feet in diameter, their fortune? No, it is because they region, requires i
many --spots of unusual historical in. ,and one hundred and twenty feet the of business have been made much like and takes less
4 play game for the sakes so sweetening than :
4:
'. terest, it being at Fort Sumter, near
< across and ninety feet around. It
the city, that on January ninth longest limb is sixty-two feet and the of bloodand the game.it drives The spirit them is on.In It their is Schnapps that they have often been any other and has wholesome, f

eighteen hundred and sUty-one that diamter of the largest limb.is seven the spirit that has made America the accepted by buyers under the belief stimulating, satisfying effect on :
the first of the civil warwas
__ gun feet great power she is today.., The insatiable that they were getting Schnapps. chewers. '
,:, fired.. The keeper of the cemetery presented desire to win after
The Charlestonlans 'are exceedingly victory Sufficient roof has been secured If the tobacco
> each of us with several spray? victory. ([ you are chewing ,

_ 'proud .of ,their city. as well they of the Japanese Yew which is, the Ask the salesman on the road what to establish the fact that certain don't satisfy you more than the mere ;
: might be, and they are trying to preserve
:
plant used for of the
i many hedges gives Him the most pleasure, he
,,I ', all the. old landmarks just .as and he was confident that it would will tell you it is obtaining, large end or brands are infringements and in viohabit, of expectorating, stop fooling j

," they were before" and during the. civil thrice well .in Florida. ders that all his competitors have lation of the trade mark laws, yet the yourself and chew Schnapps tobacco. I

":. :. .war."'We'visited:the city market, which Armstrong A vote:,of for thanks his wastendered courtesy Col.and striven against odds hard, to and obtain.amidst Th fearful'inning trade will continue to: be imposed .Schnapps is like the tobacco chewers ,!

competition .
: was\erected' many years before the thoughtfulness and we reached the, upon by these infringers until the suitalready formerly bought costing from 75c.

':. .' civil'. war and' extends from street ship just before she was rely to Ask the merchant why he attends entered and now pending to $1.00 per pound ; Schnapps is "
to street, covering s4vteral blocks.
-- :: sail for ,Jacksonville and certainlynone to his business early and late, devotes
_, ; Formerly large numbers' of buzzards protect Schnapps is decided. A sold at 5oc. pound in cuts
of per 5c.
"S : us regretted our lay; over his life to it, when he is already rich, ::

: were given the "freedom of'the, mark at Charleston.A and he will tell you it is to keep up great many of these imitations are strictly IOC. and 150. plugs. '
et" under the that they
,, supposition tie reputation of the firm to keep the /-
__ > were handmaidens to 'the board of Lesson in Local Finance first place, or to win it if he is not I

'',:. health because. they acted aa scavengers The following from the St. Petersburg already there. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPAQ, WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.

but this 'freedom Is nowv denied Independent conveys a wholesome Ask the' king ot the stock miiket, ---.- --- '
.... them we saw only one,buz-
: and. lessen that is applicable to why he so closely watches the ticker, .S'
: looked Should Bring a Dollar a Box on the
who lonesome. ,
lard,
: quite
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," -"' : many other towns as much as tc St. when he has more money that h+' =

.'-'" Vhad, the good pleasure of meeting Petersburg: can use, and he will tell you it. is'not Trees. ; '

i -5--,1,:;:: Col.,Armstrong on the streets and If the ten thousand dollars wMchwe.t for the sake of the money but for the The Times has an idea that orange .f

f':": with that generosity 'and ,hospitality to the Perfect Pantry concern sake of winning.And ': growers should hold out for a dollarper -.."
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for which he is toted he invited Capt f cr a let of for I' box on the trees. The crop this
coupons Perfect Pau- &0 it is all through. It is a'
Klrnbaijt of steamer A year is early ripening,_is of better
1 ..,,' they Peer- game, an exciting race, and if su ne
quality i than last year and it will
others
and number of to 'gO wl
: a
him to the Charleston Country Club on the ledger of our mere of down the to podlitg'clerks low salaries' would who. are look held probably be found that owing to split- Bilious ?
up
," and other t,' places,,, of historic. Interest. chants. Ten tnousand of dollars in realize that there is such a game as Ing and dropping the earliest estimatesof f

.,'," I.;:'h't\ city: circulaticn is a lot of money. Ten the game of business, and get into the total yield are too high.. Thereis The
(" of course some risk in holding until only sure cure fox
i' ,CJt. Armstrong will be pleasantly, thousand dollars would pay a hundred the game, tot for the sake of a few
after Christmas for sale, but it constipation and Biliousnessthat
l ; '.- remembered as having been'a visitor thousand dollars of debts. For ev- (dollars but for the sake: of winning,
_ might be better by letting half of each 25p&ses is
,. ,y tQ. 'Ocala. .at a meeting of the Con ample. The other, day a check for the dollars would com quicker loan pleasant, natural
grove go for what is will bring before
d ; feti' :+t. yeterana: at the sahe. timetljat SI.30 va's returned to the Independent they ever dreamed, and safe is
_ Christreas
and holding the other
.c..' Mr. Charles Hemming,. who af because the party drawing it hat -.,' i"" "'1..i tl.: :" half for and
January February prices
> o "\ "';' terward erected the Hemming moth. overdrawn his account. This was a a fresh start in the most exciting, iha;:

,:, : .merit in Jacksonville. was a guest ot h': stalct: as afterwards proven, and keenest, the greatest game in all ,tie Tampa,Times I R "W:::. HIS

rA f., the' Marion. county camp. Col Arm me waive this explanation to not discredit this world, the game of business-. What Another Editor Saw. in the Erergl e t

.; strong was-the'orator ot the occasion a good citizen's finances.. However Moore's. Monthly.. Magazine. es. r AND TONIC PELLETS
:
:: nut the address delivered is -still this isn't the point W e will ";" ,... 'Bre'r- Pqweli, of the Petersburg: TheHils'stirthe-la :lIver :tr '

tej :;;: 'ren.ewbeifed"for: its wit,- humor, pa suppose that the check had been One of the World's Wopders. Independent, went "sailing o'er the j, action-the Tonic Pellets clean

'4 ,, flies brilliancy and patriotism HeInfused worthless, which .itwasn't.. It was Did you know that the' hhe y West seas" on that Everglade1 trite He .

; ." .: attei a number of bis ,Ocala only for $150,, yet it came back with extension of the East Coast railway, discovered that he sa wsugar care all impurities out of the body, / j

friends and seemed quite interested in five endorsements. It had paid five when .
completed wijl be one of the
Af last month as thick :aa a nan's writ: so that the liver and all the '
i ; S ou: city tol. debts absolutely worthless wonders of the world. The work is (incidentally) we may rexark that

<, Armstrong who is a:true Irishman : piece of paper had straightened outs now well In rrogress' and --tx{ thousand this h a* lucid as saying as long: asa other organs properly. I

: holds his years well and i five debts. And, when the paper was men are employed,.Jcattered in string,. and sixteen feet hgh! ; thatthe f l

still bubbling over with( pleasantry and taken up for, sli'b the drawer it camps from the mainland to hey water runs down hill; that when f

,.' -- wit,the same:as he was when he was had served its purpose the sixth time.' West, each nationality having their the aforesaid water got out of its No Griping *w l '

', : a'younger man.. He carried us So in the matter of that ten thousand own camp The magnitude of the banks it overflowed the adjacent land ... NoPurging I

:, < to' -fvrral cf tl e'places of interest in \nlch' went for Perfect Pastry unurrtaking may be realized whenit on which were 'some otngegrove-')?

",.:: this unique city, ,Among other pointshe -coupons.' It would have done worlds is Vnown that of the entire distance that all the cooks on the bat had to

'> 'r' sported 'ui to..the. Hibernian Hall of goodif left in St. Petersburg MoralForget from Miami to Key West, only do was to sow seed along the bank just a natural and easy
.
._?. and besides numerous other things, !K but don't do it again. t 05 miles of the fOal will be on they and, gather the vegetables as they common-sense 'Treat

1-i. ':.-- showed .us B pyramid of rocks: taken n keys!;, ;-ud that for the rest o( the came back; that metal would fuse un ment which never fails

trout the larit'8, Causeway" in Ire ,Czar's Brother to Wed. (distance the rails will be der Intense heat. And then he windsup to cure.

land. He said that these rocks, were marriage has been arranged be lai-1 thirty-one feet above the salt tbusly

S tween the Grand Duke Michael, only water. There Special, Offer
genuine and were taken directly will be seven waeropenings "Tom Appleayard and the Tines-Un

.. from the walls and said* that when brother of Emperor Nicholas and each twenty-five feet, and ion and the Tampa Tribune and a Cut the"Little Doctor" out i

showing this pyramid to a lady sometime Princess Patricia, of Connaught, nieceof others of Senator Hunphreys and and mail to us, with the t
r Kind Edward The aggregate name of your druggist and t
before she said that she did not betrothal oc- Editor Jordan's class may poke inn
-believe that they were geunine.. C'irred during the Grand Duke's recent poamayhaveaWeek'sTreatwent -
at that junketing tour, but they must of the Pills and Pellets
t '. "Why not" said Col Armsti' ng trip to Copenhagen and Scotland, Educational Attractions.Dr admit a few things-reasonable with,out;compliments.

in .t from which i he has Just returned. i Andrew; Sledd, president of the things. They are so blind to the real Ramon's Brownie

_ "Because." she said, "you have so The Princess Patricia and Grand i university, announced at .the close of facts in the matte they won't wantto CalendarFreewith

many shamrocks in Ireland" Duke Michael have been acquainted exercises on Thursday afternoon that see or even admit the.-Lake City Weather Forecasts and Almanac information Given with )'Out.fir.t. =,
purchase of Ramon's Liver
And Col, Armstrong kept firing off since childhood and frequently met the state board of education has established Index. Pills and Tonic Pellets. "..
_ these sallies of wit throughout the at the reunion of the Danish f;: roily. Frown Manufacturing Company. -
2 a scholarship to be knownas St. Louis. Mo.. Cr..n.ville.T.ntw
morning' According to the Russian custom, the "Trustees Scholarship;" the Jamestown Expos,tlon Notes. For Sale by Tydings & Co.. Ocala Florida.

/. Next he took us to the country it will! be necessary for the cessPatricIa faculty have established a scholar, President Roosevelt. taking a per-

) club It is a' mile or more from the to embrace the orthodox Russian ship to be known as, the "Faculty sown! interest in the Jamestown Exposition -, ,,-- _.., '.

city and 'is reached in a few minuteson faith but the difference from the Scholarship," and the Gainesville and especially: in the naval J .

= tAe cars angilican is,so small, as to present no I board of trade has and military features. He feels that
established a scholarship
insurpable objections.The ; it will be a great object lesson to the Ocala House
Wine
This club was in ante-bellum 'days known as the "Gain svill&Schc.larshlp. Rooms!
s- : the Belvedere 'plantation and is The*last visit of Grand Duke' Michael ." Each of ttfese scboterships people of the United States and will ..
grand old' to London was, during the Boer excite a strong influence in crystalk / 3
The
plaee approach to the sire valued at $100. The boardof
.' war, when feeling ran high and he izing sentiment in favor of a !argot
house which is'about.a quarter of control has named the two buildings TRY OUR
was received with ? and better .
;.J:,,,: a tune, consists of tour'avenues of Imlueitte some hostility, of the university "Thomas Hall" navy.Several
but on account ofthe -
; live oak trees. These trees approaching mar. ai'd "Ui.ckman Hall. The students
..., riage with the most state universities are asking
t \:. are over a hundrd years old and arenure popular of the hUe settled down to business. and I information about the OLD
English princesses it is for ,James-
,{ w ,",:": : beautiful than any picture ever will receive expected tbathe' will help to make the present ye a warm welcome,
v- shown on canvas. The walks are Princess one t/f *he most successful to D-J recorded this great celebration on the United LLEGHANPURE
,; I" '*ered with chrysanthemum bushes' Patricia of Con 1aught. Isis in the university.-Gainesvilie '
States history is bound to be satisfactory

:.. vrhich and the grow there J quite luxuriously ably one the of best the most looting popular of the and British pros !Sun in that, it is creating new interest : RYE!

large
grounds are beautifully
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v t princesses. She is in her 1 1I i I history.: The .
: : kept and contain many lovely plants twenty Remarkable Georgian Choir. great delving after facts that have -
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_; :' ,and flowers. There are now elegant first year I Special to the Ocala Banner; hitherto lain ., and their ;
hidden publication

.- golf links tennis The princess is of a bright happy Atlanta Ga., Oct. -The state
court etc., on the in stories by the public T Put
press 4
; : ;: lOurid8y' which cover many acres.. disposition. During the past two fair at Piedmont Park here today over through the medium of the general ; up full Qts

The club.house, which years she has made herself a great five thousand voices composed a chorus 1
the'orlg.
was press bureau, ,of the has
.: inal home .of the. Belvederes is an excellent favorite. She is an 'enthusiastic that sung a number of well known attracted the attention exposition of the educational : .in Fancy Cartoons

p ; example "of',the old southern sportswoman is especially fond of old songs of the south, Before: the world.

L :: homes before the wart It has been boating and fishing and has killed fair closes tomorrow night the full Delivered

;R.> Jwpt.as ,nearly as possible as' it was many Salmon, both in Ireland and chorus will sing "Home Sweet 'The homecoming[ of Virginains to at your -

:i in colonial\ times,.,& great deal of Scotland. Princess Patricia 'has opinions Home." The musical portion of the be celebrated at the JamestowjrExpa- .

.,'..- the furniture even h viag been re of her own and strength of character proceedings were ably managed b y sition In 1907 will be the greatest Express Office

,... tained.In ,enough to stick to them as Prof, A I, Showalter of Dalton "homEHOmIngcelebration la the history

: :,.. te rear of the grounds flows the demonstrated sometime, ago-when 'her Among the many amusements ,of the states. "
{ marriage to Kink Alfonso dis- novelties at the fair, were some For I
Cooler river-,Rih dl,.:.the"':scene either was pyrotechnic $3.20.
**; .' from the: front: or the,rear ,verandas ol tu sue 'displays by Paine, one' representing As soon aa Russia has put her crops'
*. 'is" Despite persuasion, resolutely a head-on collision betweentwo away in the barB she
,, the nnse a most beautiful an4 rest? will take off n
r ; ful' one. Urie't9 ,entertain ,the sus* freight engines. The fair has her overhalla, don her apron and be Regular $!.OOa Quart fii
; : : write
Whiskey
;' ''"fl" t Annstrong:: presented 'each. ol gestion, declaring ,she would never! been the most successful' of its kind I ?in to arrange'for her great display al
>as many anyone' she did. not,.love, eve* for a number jof years., the -
!NIl gtiesta .car4 titling (them, to Jamestown Exposition 'in 1907., Complete Pfi& list. '.:
.' to become..a queen*, ,
the prlvtiegeaJoJ ::the, $Ilb"h us for Hall racks for:an' <<
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;_ tnentA a ehid stdie Jd the'club are decidedly right Ocala House '
; < piece ;parlor suits t.can 'be found, at Try!: u%- and, see. Ocala Furniture parlors. Your inspection will eon. Win Room.-
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HAPPENINGS 'ABOUT 'TOWN. Mrs. W. W. Clements and her Mr. Louis Fix and Mr, SoL Benja- Creosus a Back Number

granddaughter Miss Nora Peckron, min, were present at the laying oi For nearly twenty; centuries, the

AM&JTEROFHFJiTIIV: MISS SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS. of Pelham Ga:. arrival in Ocala Sat. the corner stone of the new court world has heard of Creosus. King. of '

Local Editor.Mr. urday afternoon to spend' the' winter house Wednesday. These gentlemenwere Lydia; whose riches were so great

with the former's daughter Mrs: J. formerly members of the board cf that his wealth coined into .dollars

V VGov G. Spurlhu county commissioners and were hereupon could not oe counted. But accordingto
; "" : Clifford Raysgr I? quite sick : the invitation of Mr. Henry ,,-. the "Square and Compass: ," a Masonic -:
with chills and fever.
l < Mr, Charles H. Lloyd,' who has Long, who took such an active inter- newspaper Creosus Is now aback

been spending the past three weeksin est in having the corner stone number. It says that ten American
Mrs. L M. Rays r has returnedhome
New York city returned home Sun the big success it wa. }1r. Benjamin citizens are new estimated as
: 5l from a visit to Anthony.
.. ;, day afternoon. He had a most enjoyable was chairman of the board in holding property to the amount of

Mr., and Mrs. Allan Rodgers. and time and reports that the 1876 and Mr. Fox In 1880. The latter over two thousand millions of dollars '

', ; children, of Jacksonville, jassecthrough trip 'was a very delightful one. gentleman had not been ?n Ocala & Twenty men now Indirectly controla

.: Ocala yesterday afternoon twelve year and was pleased to note large part of the wealth of the,

'II 7 ,-..,,.'. anroute to Inverness, where they will William Tison of Jacksonville, who the substantial progress we are mak country. It Is even estimated that -

,,'.,. '. in future reside. has been in this city for the past few ing. Their Ocala friends gave thema the time Is coming when one man

days on a visit to his parents, Mr. and hearty welcome. may own from two thousand millions

,: '2; : ]Mr A. A. McCranie, of Tampa, a Mrs. W. 0. Tison, left yesterday for to three thousand millions of dollars

former Ocalian who is making a big as a result of which he be able-
: Ocala where he has decided to en- may
Catarrhal Deafness or Chronic );a- .
; __1"6 success in his new horn came un I gage in the saloon busienss. He has tarrhal Headaches. to make the laws, ,own the newspa.

Wednesday for a few days' visit. been for some time connected with pers subsidiie the churches and colleges -

Henry Free, of Jacksonville, and has Will be Instantly relieved by the mould public opinion direct
We received a postal card yester- of NOSENA soothing Catarrhal
made himself popular with those use a the machinery of justice, control the
day under date of October 12, from Balm. Relief guaranted or money
with whom he became acquainted., It banks, insurance companies and conditions
refunded. NOSENA contains
POWDER 1V IE..B. Duncan, Ocala's Atlantic Coast no cocaine of labor fix prices, absorb the
goes without saying that he will be I or harmful durg. Will immediately
Line agent who is having a splendid lopular in Ocala and Marion county. relieve the worst running cold, profits and control almost everything.Mr. .

Absolutely Pure trip through the west. He was thenat .-Gainesville Sun. (rose cold, nasal-catarrh, hay fever,
5' Salt Lake City.' Utah. throat trouble, hoarseness etc., by M. H. Rou. of Reddiek Mr. J.

A Cream of Tartar Powder $33.00 To California. tenderly membranes.soothing the The inflamed well known, diseased D. Bassett, of Anthony, and Mr. 1L

free from alum or phos- Mr. Joseph Shuford, who has been Now is the best time of year to catarrhal aches can be instantly relieved Atkinson of Fellowship pioneers
spending the pas t three months with see California. The farmers and by the use of this remedy. and prominent members of the Con '

V phatic acid V relatives in Asheville and other fruit growers can tell you all about Mrs. Fannie Mathis, Paine, Pa. federate veteran camp of Marion --
places in the mountains of North Car the bumper crop of 1906. says: "I have been trying your NO- county, were visitors to Ocala Monday .
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE olina has!: returned.,, His trip did him Low one way rates every day to SENA for catarrah and nave been en-
October 31, 1906, $33.00 from Chicago, tirely cured. Send me the prise for a and made us a pleasant socjal ;;
L lots of good and he' returns home in and, correspondingly low rates from dozen tubes, as I want it for some and business call.
excellent health. While away he all points east via Union Pacific and of my neighbors."

visited his son, a brother and many Southern Pacific railways.Be Large tubes, 50 cents at all druggists The Ocala Music Company Is In
; Mrs. A., W.., Allen, of Lake Weir Judge F.Titeomb, of Rockwell, other relatives and had an, unusually sure your tickets rei'over or sample tube on receipt of receipt of a nice lot of violins, ac-
this line. Inquire of ten cents in stamps by mail. Brown
Jwas 'in the cIty} 'Tuesday between is a prominent visitor to Ocala to attend delightful summer. We are glad to J. F. VanRensselaer Mfg. Co., Greenville Tenn, St.'Louis, cordeons, mandolins guitars, strings.

;1,:;;trains shppping. the laying of the corner stone. roe, him home again. 124 Peachtree stret Atlanta Ga. Mo. and trimmings for all instruments. x

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ORANGE* GROWERS*GET. "$1? many- points is *now being done at Minnesota Mutual Policy Holders REV. SAM_ P. JONES DIED ON A ';TOO MANY" FOR TOM WMf*>ON. The State' Finances. '-

$1 on the trees. Up ,to a week ago St Paul, Minn., Oct 16.-The meeting TRAIN.On S

fleet' In Florida''Grover: Show,.More ""growers were. tisroing'i :down offers of of the Minnesota policyholders of Frozen Out of the Watson. MagazineWith The monthly. report of Hon. w. V.

3x,,,,;,' Strength-Grower* Should Eschew 75 cents to 90 'cents and It now looks the Mutual Life Association was held His Way Home, to Attend a Fam- $9,000 Due him' Kaott state treasurer, filed with the

(::-' Shipping ,Green Fruit Which I.t is 'as though they pare winning" out. and today at the old state capital. The at- ily Reunion-Funeral at Carter governor, shows balances In the treasury -

tw'; Dead Waite. ;More' ,.Letters From getting the $I all' along demanded. attendance which was very large included ville. Special to. the Ocala Banner; to the credit of the several state

fE Shippers 'and Growers.. Fort. -Meade.-TVe" have.""sold, a few John A. Lovely of Albert-Lea Agusta, Ga. Oct. .-Watson's and educational funds at the close at

oranges on the trees in I this section former justice of the, supreme court; Little! Rock, Oct. 15.-The Rev. Magazine, the-radical periodical whichis ; business September 3d 1906, as follows _

New York, Oc 15,-Reports on the G, L. Stake. Chas. P, Noyes, of St. Paul; O, M. Sam P. Jones, the well known evan- backing W. R. Hearst, is without; ::

;t f?Florida orange crop continue to come Lady: Lake-Orange 'crop in this Hall former representative of Red gelist of Cartersville, Ga.,. died early its head, Tom Watson, its founderand General revenue fund .. ..$ 21,357.24One
ci' t11n vicinity is somewhat larger than it Wing; R. S, Van Sent former gover- today of heart disease In a sleepingcar mill school fund ,. ., 81,236.19
from the Packer's'readers in that leading spirit. A special contributor -
,. was last year. There tve been afew not of Minneapolis Dr. J. G. Hillspau, on train No. 4, of the Rock Island Pension tax fund 244,637.95
who
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state. These reports are very interesting gales at $1 per box,on. the trees. of Little Falls; 0. C, Wyman of Minneapolis railroad, near Perry, Ark. Mr. something says and he magazine wrote to owes Mr. Watson him- State Board of Health fund 60,957.89 "

.;. to the, trade. Last week the The quality .is finfle aldarodetaoisnhr and Charles Far ham. of Jones has been conducting a most after failing to get his money, Principal of school fund

,:.:Packet 'had.about, three ,columns of The quality is fine and shipping St. Paul. The meeting took steps to successful revival at Oklahoma City, got a reply from Mr. Watson today. (uninvested) ... 200.00

,? them and the. Packer bulletin con- will begin about November. I think secure recognition of their rights and I, T.. and left there, last'' night for It says: Interest of school fund ,. 17,1 ,9.61
; the crop will be about. 50,000 boxes asked for a thorough investigationand : his, home in Georgia. He desired to Principal of seminary fund
'l t ained hundreds of names of growers "I am, no longer connected withWason's
,. larger than that of last year Daniel report on the business ""affairs of attend a family reunion there tomorrow (uninvested) .. h ,.. 927.73 VSV
Makazine. The York
',showing what they will. have and Seyler. the company. It complained that if it being the fift)-ninth anniversary have New Hire of State convicts fund 75,730414 .
parties reorganized the company
when: they will be ready ta ,ship. Anon-The orange crop in this the policy holders do not take chargeof of his birth., Mrs. Jones and his and left me outside the breast Indian war claims fund .. 25,000.00 :7

: :The estimate in the Packer last section Is about the same as that of the affairs' of the company now it two daughters, Mrs. Anne Pyron and works. for Agricultural college fund.. 3,432.72
They owe me $9,000 actual -
,;:_ ;\week; placing the Florida crop of or'anses last year' in quantity but the quality weuld be difficult, if not impossible, Miss Julia Jones, were with him work and I will never be pad! Hatch Experiment Station

t' and grapefruit ,at 4,000,000 to is much better than we have had later and urged the policy holders to when he passed ":away Mr. Jones a cent of iL C. Q. DeFrance and. W. fund .. 1,64942 .

.4,500,000 boxes is concurred in by in years. Growers are asking $1 per support the state organization as a arose from his berth on the sleeper Adams Experiment Station
; I D Mann have scooped the concern, '
.laany, of the growers as well as receivers boxes"on the trees but no sales have means toward that end. i about five o'clock this, morning and and all your communications; with regard fund .. .. . P1I 6,469.49 V

i!.' as is shown by' letters ifeceivied ...4", ;bout November L-Maurice A. i compaMned of neusea. He drank a to the article should be addressed Whit college Murrill. fund. 12,440.15 '
Tie contract has been awarded far
{ late last week The 'estimate Is 'ts. \ I glass of hot water and immediately Colored College Morrill '
Lake ( w high school building, to. the New Yorw office. ;
,V large one but is is borne out by. Plant City---Orange crop in this section "'ittrn !afterwards collapsed fund ., .. 12,189.35 '
The November issue of Watsoa'sMagazine
wlueh is te cost nearly 20,000.
I L&e, tarts as ..contained in correspondense is larger than I that of last year .-S.V.--..., I Rev. Walt Holcomb who has. been: will bear the name of the Florida Female College in- a

from about -24QOO growers and and the quality is better. Growersare For Sale. asociated with :Mr. Jones for a number founder but Mr Watson has odered cidental fund .. .. 39.24

X Operators. in the: state of Florida asking $1 on the trees and ship. Forty acres of fine land near Or. of years took the. dying man in that his name should not be used after Proceeds of college prop- Y

-.,"" t,"' ,One thing the Packer wishes tot ping will begin about October 15. ange.Springs, Marion county. Fla.. The :his arTs and In a few minutes the that erty fund ., .. .. 135.19 t
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: northwest quarter of southwest quarter -
;!\-' +'alt the 'readers' attention tq in Flora There have been a few shipmentsbut Section 4, township 12, range t!. evangelist breathed his last. The Colored normal school coin ,

m of green fruit the fruit IS: too green. The grapefruit See the land and make me an offer. body was embalmed and was sent, toCartersville who tingent fund .,, ... . 206JIS3L83
lQ the shipping
is Address .B. C. Alexander. Shaw. Col, Mann is the :Mann of
absolutely most nonscn- crop is small,-G. P, Feather V this afternoon. The funeral University of Fia, Gainesville
:('i.'r1l14: is the: Miss. 5183nuThe
Town-Topics fame, is the chief shareholder -
'at thing that the grower can in.g@ stun.. "'- services win ,be conducted by donation fund .. ..
; in the Watson Magazine Co Itwas
A'uburndale-Crop Is not as heavyas Hungarians who struck on the Blind Deaf and Dumb
oranges and the Rev. George Stewart the Rev. J. incidental -
in, .To ship green
admitted the office of the '
,grapefruit to the market i* merely a that of last year but the qualitynot Apalachicola .Northern railroad arrived A. Bowen of Mississippi, and the at that the had I fund .r .. ,. .., 16.56
: \iacrifice of many dollars. The buyer so good. Growers" ask $1.25 and in town Sunday over one hun, Rev. Walt HolcomU magazine yesterday split I: Interest of seminary fund 2,09535 _
about through the difference
"- /will' Rot take this kind'pf fruit: and buyers' offer ;$l, Shipping should not dred strong to be paid off. It was come between Mr. Watson: and the Coloael. University incidental fund 50.%&

= that fact; begIn'betor December 1% although first thought they would give our officers Speaker Caunpn was the principal .
;;.Jhe sooner growers learn of
DeFrance
in fact. Secretary C D. ,
.' "th / better for them They do not some, fruit will\ come forward in about some' trouble but such was speaker at the .Chicago day: banquetof the company said that Mr. Watson Total .h, ... U :. ? ..$5Q1,366.69
they 1 t'w ks.-E..,S. Anderson, not the case, the cashier Guest drew the Marquette Club, responding, to ti'
:? fcave.to, all learn, bj;experience had quit because he could, not collect ,
City-The in this section a long sigh of relief when he handed "Illinois": mentionof
-experience of 'their Lemon crop the, toast Every
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f)profit by the whicn he said were due to him Jn
sums the of sixty pupils ofhe
get'to the't ,ia.'about, twice as large as thatof the last one his ,money Most.of Mr; Cannon's name In connectionwith presence
ihbors :who tried ,to Euclid
by the company. : South school in ClevelandHarry'
and on account of'older them departed last Tuesday over the
-greenate last ,year the republican presidential nomination ;
larkets.too
> ; early, 1 fro not shop < A rumor that MA Watson's reig, .Smith shot and killed Miss
; and 'let ft'Tl* trees .the quality is slightly better. Seaboard for Chicago and Pittsburg.MK in 1903 in the addresses of
;', !\J keep it at home ,. the nation was due to a difference of opin Mary Shepherd a teacher, who refused .
of thee state will William Baur agent for road '
nuti'.or;saysthe crop other speakers brought applause.:
; i%)(an4'.1.ou'wU1 Sudyour<< returus4: and other shareholders
: : ion with Col. Mann; to marry him. When about to
morning that
than break ,all records, There are, -no announced Wednesday
Vend". of the year"much.larger- prices offered< and shipping will iie- his ticket sales, on Tuesday t amountedto Dade county will likewise 'not' be .as to the former's editorial be arrested' his home, two hours

: ,"Anticipated- t gh\ :about ovember V-Wr W,1: Gor oved $9,000,.-Gadsden County represented: at. the Tampa mid-winter policy was strongly denied at the of later. Smith shot himself through the
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,; r' : : : : | The .Hearst}papers : "' ,-M-, .' ." '

';: 'j' ,;" :::" FRANK, ',HARRl8Edtor.,: 'It wereAimpresaedwitb, ; 'one: factmore of :the, ,Everglade is \enchanting; .asa his weakest/poinUi They have penetrated 'That Next. Week They,

':'; ,- fi BasnaeTlilanapet; < than. 'another/on>.our:recent 'visit picture Jif antic! .the :re 1nis'of his.. arnwr aid 'thej havebrought W Will Bring'Still Better Prices. 't
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"F. / to'New, ,York it'(a' that''the pressing fancy ', the> ,biboi.rTheJaneri n asks New York Oct. 13. The orange l fOR R fOtm YflS ;

t. ,, ; :/ / -", ttr. - need:of the south:1apeople-: : : .Okeechobee' is. the :largest -lake ,in Mr; Hughes' among other pertinent market extremely strong on anything ST::.

11'"i, ':. If one stands on the sidewalk'' in any :state in our Union and' it oe-- questions, "Why!: "did he not 'go 'up good, .but ,is weak on the ordinary :
-,' .
sF,, '
?' .1., ft.J. that city he 'witnesses a passing cupies an elevation of'twenty-one'feet higher' in, his Investigation of the Insurance grides. Small off sizes are neglected "' :"..

_ < :,-,'.. "t. throng':during' aU 'hours. of"- the. day. above :.the ,sea leveL It would not frauds?" meaning, ;of course, and 'not wanted. There Is no Whole Foot Nothing But Proud FIsslH l:

-'lf" Go where he will. he ,meets people. seem to require much. of an engineering calling upon' ;;Chairman: Cortleyou, of doubt but that the 'market would be -Tried Different Physicians and _

: ; The street cars, the 'subways: and ,theelevated& 'feat to lower its waters Seven. the, national republicancommittee} considerable' better' 'than .now, If It AIL Kinds of Ointments-Could..

_- always;'crowded million five ndred'thou.a acres and Cornelius. N. Bliss, of the same were not for the enormous receiptsof Walk Only With Crutches-Ohio,

,' .', and so 'are thehotels and department of land are inundated by its over committee, to ..testifywhether or not deciduous fruit, 'which are the Man

,:r ; ,stores., ; 1Jia,jam everywhere.The flow and can be ,reclaimed by the these insurance men had centrioiit-leaviest for this time of year ever Says '

'noteLtS rhich we stopped is lowering .of the lake. ed to the republican campaign fund. known in theV'history of the trade

not a "very pretentious one and yet Governor Broward makes the state- The Spricgfield. (Mass.,) Rcpuuli- The offering of oranges next week "CUTiCUiA( REMEDIED

its register was always full and so .it ment that these :lands are the richest .j can sees ambarrassinent' that the Till be much lighter and it is expected THE BEST ON EARTH" ''

_ l r: Motto, : The Banner, believing these was .with all the hotels at which we : on earth and will produce in luxuriance .. quedti'Jn11i cause Mr 'Hughes and'thinks that good prices will be realized for .

: -' ,at the, top well able to take ,care of called., and abundance all sorts of that Its effect will be to weakenthe anything that Is any good.', _: ?Jaa the year 1899 the side of mr..

themselves, has taken its stand in the When we got. to Charleston and tropical and semi-tropical fruits, vege- ticket in the campaign. The republican There was only one car,of....California -. right foot was cut off from the little

barricades with the common people visited the Charleston hotel the tables, cereals and flowering plants: 'presents, the case in these oranges sold this week! and part toe down' to the heel, and the physician

t and its fight'will be made for'the,bet leading hotel of the ,city, we found The: ,climate .13 as mild as .any ."In vrcrds: of another car. The full car averaged ,. 'who trying had charge to of ma
was
sew
4. .) torment" of those.at the bottom., that its register contained less thana dian summer" anywhere.The "It was brought out that the ,man- $9.17 some of the fruit ,selling' as ;. the side of my foot up, ,

page ,of arrivals. Yet it is a large land, while it will not produce agers of*the three big New York hish 'is $9.87 12. The part of the but with no success.

.. FRIDAY OCTOBER 19, 1906. and splendidly 'equipped establish. in quantity very"much more than companies, if not others turned over ear, which belonged to the California 7 ;r' t' When he found put

.. ment. the praririe lands of, the west will to the republican politicians tens of Citrus Union, was very poor wasty: f t., that he began wouldn't tryingtoheaUhe work,

Poor Palma, of Cuba,, knows now The belt line street railway, a produce many times more measuredin thousands of dollars belonging to policy fruit sold low. It averaged 302. wound with x

,'N more than he did'some weekS ago.I I splendid enterprise instead of being dollars and cents because the products holders of all political parties in Commencing next week Porto Ri- all kinds of ointment f,a

packed as were the cars in New York will be much more valuable on each of the last three presidential can oranges will be' sold at auction. unt Q at last my whole 1

z Wo agree'with.the Live Oak Democrat city were carrying very few 'passengers account of their rarity.If contests. It was shown very clearly Tuesday tthere are about 'OOO boxes foot above and calf way up i,xnothing

.. that the ."tough white kid,", is and so the scarcity 'of the. .peaflle'was the governor's vision .should that Cornelius N.. Bliss had, been the post for sale. One or two small my but proud was

also a problem. marked on every band prove true cities will be built along immediate recipient of the money ,on of this fruit were sold this flesh. I suffered untold :

<_,', If the Charleston hotel and the the shores of Lake Okeechobeej Every behalf of the committee and that week, bringing, $1.50@I.70. The 'oranges .- agonies for four years, and tried .

I '" : The'trains coming south .are crowded belt line railway were in New York, foot of the land will be put under Platt and other New York republican were, of godd quality, with fair different physicians and all with InMa oiat .
ment. I could walk only crutches,
; .. ,ed and reservations, on different they would be making dollars where cultivation and beautiful homes will leaders had received insurance mon, color. It is though that the offerings It sixteen months ago since I began '. i;

'to ;;: ,steamships .lines have to be secured they are now,making dimes. It is not be dotted over these seven million ey for state campaigns: that repub-- next week will be of better condition. using Cuticura Soap and Ointment for

weeks In ,advance because the epople of the south are five hundred thousand acres .of reclaimed lican congressional leaders had taken my limb and foot. The first two '
y c ;ta : slothful or wanting in enterprise that months the Cuticura Remedies did not
lands. insurance for congressional
The lakes and canals money
.: Governor-elect .Hoke Smith, of she is not coining dollars, but it is be Governor Taft has issued a sweeping seem to work,but I kept on using theta :J-, _
will be navigated by steamers and campaigns; and that Mr. Cortleyou ;
amnesty decree, pardoning every both. In two weeks afterwards I saws :
:' :' Georgia, says. the negroes should be cause of her want of population., the traffic will be great enough to !and others, high in the party coun- serious crime which has been the change in my limb. Then I began using

:. : treated: like: the,.Indians ,and;: be made If we expect to grow we must have attract a network of railways. cils must know something of what was outgrowth of the recent Cuban Cuticura Soap and Ointment, often du>o' '

;" ." wards. ;,of,.thenatlon.. people' and the effort of the peopleof Great cities done with the rev ing the. kept it up for seven'
rivaling Chicago, Milwaukee money. olution. Gor. Taft said when
yesterdaythat
months limb healed
,t' ; Charleston in inaugurating imi- my was up
: ,. an St. Paul and Yet great care was taken not to
Minneapoliswill practically all the American warships just the same as if I never had trouble '
_ 2 :: -Mr.'S., J,_Sligb says,the orange crop' gration line .of steamers direct front ,
: .
I spring into existence and the now call Mr. Bliss to the 'witness stand, or would be withdrawn. soon. He "It is eight months now since 1-,1-
..) ; "of. the' present, season will 'amount to the old country is one 'of 'the best neglected Everglades will becomethe Mr. Cortleyou or others involved. Beyond issued stopped using Cvitieura Remedies the j'
'f 3,500,000 boxes including grapefruit.. movements that has yet been placedon i Senator a statement. to' the ,officers. of, best, on God s earth. I am working : :

'r '_." The crop last year'amounted 'to 3,05Gi-; foot in our section.Of rfthest'spot on the surface of the ,a few questions put to marines advising them that thy are at the present day, after five tears*. ;:
s :' '000. globe. Platt, no effort was made to get at not expected to take active part in of suffering. The cost of CuUcura ;: J.Y

.c ; course one class of immigrantsis This, at least is Governor Broward's the' disposition of, insurance money in suppressing .disorder-'except in cases Ointment and Soap was only |$j.j' .

.,' more, desirable than another but but the doctors' bills were more Jib "
vision. New York state politics.. As soon as
"- :. : The New York Times says that of extreme emergency t ,
;\ all are desirable in the south. It is t e600. You can publish my name and j
; Hearst is firebrand., There is so Let us hope that it may prove the public had been given a glimpseof ,
i a better, many times better, to have refer any one to write ta me abouSCutieura :-
". '.,' : ,much dross to. contend with in New something more than the phantasmagoria the golden stream flowing out from Remedies. I will answer aH':;
': ten thousand people with ten thousand the funds held for widows and' orphans : Kinnetescope, pictures of Mm. R.- letters if is enclosed. John M.
of
; ,: K W York that a firebrand is needed for a dream. Let us hope that postage
: .. >
.: dollars ,than to have..one or two outline of the vivid into the republican ,coffers the :Hearst and phonographic reproductions -., Lloyd,718 S.Arch A ve.,Alliance,Ohio,.-
+ every
.,;[ .... : l c pbrification, picture may
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.., ,' individuals with 'many times more become true. veil was drawn and no-one permitted of. his speeches tare to be sent June 27, 1905.

I the counties keen than then thousand dollars because to. rural communities. in New York IIUIOl'Compltte,from Extend: Plmplei tad to 84301011 htenrJ'1'tt,from mftt ett.y'. :'
':> With so many"of In all other lands peninsulas contain to see further. :Mr,> Roosevelt madeno ; laJtaej lg\. ,reandettng
of Cntlc.xSoap. 25e.. 5O..JI.eIiJi
': :;:;; .competitors for:'the, liberal, premiums he: ,ten thousand people must all be the .densest populations jwhy effort to have it withdrawn and noeffort state where Mr. Hearst will be 'unable ..t,"(ba foma of O1 Ioe01&te cared ointment PW.;150.per yW
_
f .' ::} offered, for'the best county display at fedand, must 'all wear clothes and not here Why should Florida be; an to bring, & out a restoration of to..appear; in person. Potter.E.d'edrteq".t.adtaggWL.Corp.SOle Prop.Booo.4dn a.raunw-s
RT 'JIa1twC1lltWa&ll4B0G4
live in houses and add in
must :
:.: the gulf coast fair .at DeFuniak a exception to the! rule stolen money. if is party: In congress -

.;'.\:'... .' Springs' It.will"be ,an..object' lesson 'in :hundred :ways of in.the the development andhelpfulness' Engineers. who have given the ,subject even refused' to 'take action for the -- -------..-- --t

::: 'whatFlorida can produce, that will : country careful and laborious 'investigation prevention of further diversions of
.. When a man, invests his capital in :
r I be worth going miles 'to see. trust funds and corporation
say that the drainage of the.Everglades ; money
.
'
: New York in almost enterprise
any
into politics.The .
is entirely feasible. I .
:'> : Sinclair,, the socialist au he feels, 'sanguine of the result but VJLLQiw
tk'f ; Why should they make these statements people of this country todayare
Is' candidate for with us almost every enterprise lan
",thor, a congress from
in 'no mood to be imposed
'th lr upon.
with .reputations at stake,
: 2 : : a <'New'"Jersey! ,.district Sinclair says guishes, because our population is insufficient They won't stand for .,olf in P PAID 2 0
J the scheme is a visionary one? ;
".. ,that I*,Mr,. Bryan. -baa' walked. off with to sustain them. Pioneers-such men as Berry Hen- sheep's clothing; The battle ,is between w !
-'Y 'oneUdrd'of our',platform' nevertheIws What we want is people and more I )1' EX
dry, wnose names stand for truth the people and the grinding, ? PRFSS
L, he feels ;.confidenthat ,socialisma people: and'every'effort'should be"bent .
and. integrity-say that the lands if merciless, lawless, unscrupulous mon PREPAID
,
: 'will in: that Y
win injits;district, .andhIses prom .directtonw
Wall who have
sharks of street
drained rich ey
are -enough to fertilize
c {(" 'to' make himself .heard in V. We must encourage immigration
for nearly half a century been exploiting
:, L, }Dgton. all ,kinds and from, all dlrec n9c any other land in Florida and that ; %
O"J'_ .' > Give us people and we'can make a the picture so vividly and graphically the people for their own selfish ?

1- ai, : 'Tie deciding
t ; _. ", "championship. between the' Chicago, that'of a dreamer,,, but... needs only" to, The Defeated/Candidate.. .

i" : Nationals and the Windy City Amer- TRUBUTE :TO AMERICAN be attempted to be made real. __ *
I see the light in the polling' placesas :'
-
x i icu!1 may be played In ,Atlantafhat WOMEN; Is it worth the trial? it gleams through the rain .'and (_ .

; > "s'. city having .offered, .$12,500 for the When good men diffeiy.how WI
;; the- mist, and over, me comes a feeling + '
;.. ,privilege; 'Denver's bid is only Mrs. O'Connor, wife, of Hon. T. P. to find n"* th truth?' There Is no Dfttvfllkll-FOl?. ;

:i.$10,000.' ( : .. .If,Atlanta's bid 'Is accepted, O'Connor, M. P., who is visiting this other way that we 'know of except 'to that pry soul cannot resist;feeling __ Sw CF + 4ioo
'1 feeling of sadness and longing, a
.,' ,. itr will drama. great crowd to the country pays the following beautiful make the attempt and let the result
that pain.
gives me
,. ,,', ; .Gate City. tribute to American women; show for ItselL'
:
I feel like three 10-cent pieces or
.,' "Bea!ty that is at once delicate It is at least ,, admitted :that Lake
,
Gen. 'Franklin Bell is to .,command and bewitching. a'., '.delightful/ strenuoslty Okeech bee'can ;be lowered and to a man who has :just'missed' the'train.Come _: GHAS.
',', read to me some poem, somesimple BLUM& COMPANY
American forces in Cuba. ,
: military
the and dashing style;ate .
_ ; the/win- do,so will.. prevent. ;the overflow j of the p' '- '
anyx. ,
;
,"- Gen, Funston will leave today with ping .rombinatt ns that ,etaracterJlethe Caloosahatche river, and when this and :'heartfelt lay* m2'st .!t 'Jacksonville

Secretaries Taft and 'Bacon, and the old thing will suit me that will t 'kp Fia.
American woman and make her Is assured it will bring under cultivation .,
S.:,-"" affairs. of'Cuba will be left in control rristible. the whole the taste away. Not returns from the
of '
the Caloosahtchee
# ; .
\ 'of'GOT, 'J goon'.ana.Gen'BelLThereday : "The American woman is mare independent valley; outlying precincts, for they get

: F"v' ', was a national holiday in Cuba. worse and worse; they sound to me
healthful and
more hall a
The.finest orange groves and grapefruit
"sr *> 'bat, 'it'. rvaa ;not' celebrated with anygreat more stylish 'taste for dress 'and home ike 'tolling' bells 'and 'suggest a polit McMillan Bros.
that have
= groves :we ever seen :
enthusiasm. ical hearse. The horse laugh of :the
\ furnishings that the English woman. already line the banks' of this majestic ,
victors distrub troubled
_ C It is but fair to the exultant my
English women stream and the
Governor Broward will 'meet the to say that Mrs: O'Connor was entire valley under bringing of the I breast. I seem like a punctured tire, Southern Copper Works
cultivation will
::1 ablest.opponent at the. gul!,,coa.st fair born in America. Continuing she I and tonight I long to rest. Tell me

::.. : at ,..DeFuniak Springs, on November 1. ; more than repay the attempt drain of some ,other who has been i""*..A

{: On' the .second will come the big fid- says; American the Everglades even if no other good in the wreck: it soothes me to know Manufacturers Turpentine Stills
"The of seventeen is
girl
: < .dler/a contest for: $50 ,in cash prizes, results shall follow. that others have got it in the neck.It .
__ '' : simply loY ly. No other girl on any It costs us, who live in this and General Metal W I
? ;4 and! there .will be the ,competitive drill continent boast of such sec comforts me to know that ,others orkers.j
can a delicate
'" {' for:the silver cup and the gold medal, tion, nothing, and as all the people have been cast out upon the dump, 1

-. _.r and'then such a show, as there will be beauty who live in the drainage, section are and that the undersigned, yours Old Stills taken in
"The. American for
woman is independent exchange new Patching
more ones.
_ -_ cl the products ot Florida and south willing to try the experiment why chump. I have
and truly, is not the only through the a specialty.
more, beautiful than country Orders by mail
: f not give them the opportunity of doIng or
: 'Z Alabama.,Guess we had all better squandered time and money:, all my
'. .the London woaian. I suppose that so? ftucig'wo'ksPTpt.aUe.nti at either of theFAYETTEIILIE

; } g it is because the American girl gets See cash and something more? but the ? .. .
what was done in Holland ands fact that I am not in it is the thing "....
t. out in the'world and
_ John. A Graham democratic Womb struggles for
done
.. ,' now being In Louisiana. How sore.. There's the
that makes me
: nee for the legislature from Manatee herself. It is the same inevery Amer- many predicted the failure of de smoked "twof rs" and N. C, SAVANNAH GA
: ca! city. .l notice the girls full of crowd that my .
county, whom Editor L'Engle. of the
in
Lesseps 'the canal
r :: digging Suez ? I took my V,they filled me up with JACKSONVILLE FLA
life and hustle. They do not alsp MOBILE ALA
Sun, ,has, been contlnuallrla.mhasting. appearto nd'how many advocates had Morse
didn't vote for me.
but they
i .::.. '. has published a reply to the' charge be. at, ease unless they are doing and Field and'Edison and Marconi? I lot air. from, the. sound' of .
Let me get away
something
:1 'made: /against him in each Instance I -
Let's
hold
the governor's hands.
up he counting: I have heard all I want
{ The letters were written to the Chairman "It takes time to give an English
,
,
The beautiful Wan
he draws is
picture I
'
out into the
to hear; I will get me ted.
woman taste in dress. You
'. :.;.. of the democratic committee of American: worth a trial.
d I gloaming ana s: cmiy drop a tear I
: 'county one of them being women adopt the style instinctively k
Its failure will forever set at resta
drown sorrow whereI Eyeryone to know that
and
<
my The
< ,Dr as they appear." i will, go WO' J. Chambers Shoe
; from k'Engle uncle of Editor Company is rea4X<
''i "t4Col. much agitated question and its i can't hear 'em gloat, and before to supply your wants in
.
: :' ,.UKngle. Gainesville. Sun.
,, ',' .'. Henry Watterson, ,the distinguished success means the annexation of a morning dawneth f may be fuler'n, a '

_ s : : ; Well: It: does seem sometimes that "nestortt of the southern rich empire to the state's domain. ,goat I will imagine I hear music Fashionable: Footwear. '

; providenceis 'with us. For the last press, says that, Roosevelt, Bryan and and the cares that infest this day, It it is Shoes ",
you wantt .
\ : "fewweeks our eyes, and almost our Hearst are "three of a kind The The Handling of a Milloin DOlla ,. shall fold their tents like the Arab from $1.50.to ,$6.00. In Men's, we have them h .1' "" ..t"-._, Prices ranging ":

"{;, ', Internal. organs.; had, been feasting on I:three' make a pretty good hand todraw An Oklahoma editor Is. the authorof and silently steal away. Life is full can make prices thai will, interest Ladles' and chUdr 's. we are well nxed, and ''

: : some luscious fruit, which we. could i to. this Information, "Soiae of you of sorrow; I have. found this out of Genes Furnishings. you. We also have a complete line of
I Don't
.0; I who have never had a million dollars fail to give us a call d
plainly see from our back office win ate, but the real man of sorrows is 1
"
-: i J, M, Ceballos & Company, bankers, like us editors do not know of
,
: dow, in ,a vacant lot, but during the the busted candidate.-Santa Rosa .
of New York and Cuba, have failed pf \\hat the big
J course pile cdasists.
1. T -q; ,storm"the 'wind done come and took Star. w.
; ': and blbwed, (down nearly every ttlrnall for $3,500,000 The trusted agent of We will put you on. When you haN J. Chambers Shoe Company

'/.slmmon" off! that.bush'CarabelleAd! ,;-\d. i the bank Is. on the high seas with one a million dollar bills and pile them The New'York newspapers are nearly Lead rs in High Grade Footwear

> 1"tIst"r. jl I million dollars of the bank's funds in up fiat on top of one another and want all against Hearst and Hearst tells and Gent's Furnishings, -

-r,. ,his pockets. to take one off the top you will haveto the reason why. Hearst is "too many" ___.E. -e.-

y .r each up 287 feet If you laid for -
= ". them "
.j; Florida orange growers have Sir. Cleveland refuses to take Mr, C. t
them down end to woul4 Smith
end
," ,', : agaift ,comtn(-p iee4 shipping green, fjearst's.. nomination seriously. He you I' C. Y. Ro&aru I
baTe to go over:, eleven: miles, If. yon '! Mr. Hearst has the
now stage and
;:" :: 'sour-,unripe,.' Immature fruit tq mark.. says Hearst is an"'ab.stydit.1and his .
,. this ,in had the"11Ilt in silver dollars the ey-rA fir. Bryan is occupying a subordinate Funeral Directors and '
,;; ; etc and spite of the protests nomination a calamity to, tha, democratic pile would. l one-half Licensed Embalmers i
e
> one 'miles -
and
place. Hearst is .
: of it .
folding
,
t ;,7 of all the fruit men the, nort .' The party A :great many, people i high. And so "
_: . ',' talked the, same war' about Mr, Cleveland wo, tried it the other- night but the every beet work and use 1
8s : :/ they can to. stop1 such ruinous, practices when be. was first' ponainatecl tfae-latest
< bed slat broke J. only and
and we woke up/ ..A. Keen a convict; guard, train. best, methods.
'' avail
;. ',Y: .but without : The, fault only worse. We have 'never 'Yet seen sick
to ;teath
11e4 a aegrq
I
: ;,i-'. "lies with :the 'growers* and is not. pe-'! the newspapers, especially the Teputilcan The ,.government crop report shows last, week at a convict one day Telegraph Orders fjeceire iniiiediate Att trop.'s -
camp near }
'
-i >; '-, \.s.culiar to Florida: as California .growers newspapers, throw flowers 'at a. ;he' condition of earn was 304 .Octo- rnandina.: The '
coroner's
s "-,,: are:"addicted, to the same foolish I democratic nominee of New York bed l.. last, is compare dwith a ten jury OCALA
found in their .
', '.a r ." c' 'practice. We* :hope 'bur growers' win j state\or even 'at a mayor Of New year average of. 19.6, The average died from exhaustion vercHt that e darkey FURNITURE CO.

:: ( .c .show.'niore sense this J eai l1edlandaa York city. The .abase of, Clevelani condition .pf tobacco was ,Sf.& 'against : caused by .apeI 'and undertaking ::
: ame. )Ir. Itemthen parlor corn < North '
; : Main
;: .(Cal). 'Citrograph..' was the most horrible ;"of all; a five year average of' 80.1, : .. kiddo6ed, e street, and Ocldawa-

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a: ,tus, age, of press ,
.&piritsGo :Nigher;:But Wj.-ak -
., en. :Tasward'ClaleRosins .... bands and triumphal arches modesty
Col. W.N. Camp has' been absent
; ; Higher ,
Than become an exceptionally rare
;,.. .: ;.Ever'Before-Common .Grade* Show from. Ocala, thegreater- ," part f.,the has :
do know
and We not
Jewel.
Precious
: 3 T r' last: two years and his absencehas / :
\Decided Gains: ; < ... during. .
.t. ". ,* L what other,jejelsIf' any, Gen:; Albert
; ", cons tracted:'and, ,built an enorn:; GrandRush
hare brought
,
Gilchrist.
: ; 'Savannah! ,. Ga.. October ilo6.= mous water iwwer-piant', at Roanoke; may
13.
: '$ ,back with him from his European
Rosins, again scored Va., at the, cost of something, like I '
some decided -
; that he brought I
,',. ," advances this week $:>QOOQO. trip but we venture
and at the close
such
_
.
or of
; with him none so rare
fast In this connection,
fight'nearlari the grades were a clipping from :
and his characteristic mod
: value
2 as.' high' as. 'they have been any the Roanoke 'times, under date of great
at
October: 6th, wlU-. be of Interest and esty Compare the incidents of his STORE TO
time! this.year, and In-a'few'instances those CROWDED THE DOORS
with
land
his native I
return to
highef'than will show, what Mr. Camp's company ,
any prices s
posted for. I which have marked the return of certain .
thpjn since Wraterwhite is doing., sir, R. C. Campformerlyof .
,
,; within.:.lO>
has been looked
.forward to by so .
of Mr. Bryan for
the homecoming
many and as the receipts. are insignificant The Times says:. t Last
;S and whatever stocks have "The RoanokevWater Power Company instance. For months, prior .to the Saturday. T :
not
-
date of his arrival the American people .
Y -
." ,,which,has butrecently finished
; been consumed are probably-in

:'-1'f"- strong hands It would see malmost. very their plant and run their wires into day had and been hour'fully.he would apprised enter as the to New the= .' W1THEIGER( 'PURCHASERS( OF WONDERFUL( BRGIIN! WE SW91NG =

the has
city,
"j an, assured thing that: the figure willeventually already gained popularity York harbor. Reception committeeshad THE IRE

V O not onlY on account 6f the cheapness .. .
oe, reached, been, appointed, banquets had I
latter I! of the power they furnish, but \
as in the
part of last been arranged, tiumphal arches had

i year when J6.20 was the quotation, 'the exceedingly good quality. Sometime been raised,-brass bands had been en

for sevem' weeks. The manufacture ago, they asked to be allowed gaged and speeches had been rehersed This is
.t tI Genuine Sale
Clearing-Out
to furnish'power to the Roanoke Machine'Worka : a
z'of.paleAgrades ceased- ._-some._ *> week_ .ago, "oh trlat"and" after'having : for..the occasion ,But ,Gen., Gilchrist
and the receipts have been ''merely
came in ,as quietly as a thief in the I I
the held which used it for some time the company -
back
stuff is now booming of cannon any ,
no

x about 'wound' -up. t As there will- be entered into a contract with the r,night nounced; his arrival 'there was no Every WITHOUT REGARD TO COST OR = '

Roanoke Water Power, Companay to I -
of the
none top grades made and i banquets, no speeches,no brass bands,

marketedfor .the next five..tQ.six furnish what electric power they' de. arches 'fuss orfurorT .
no-triumphal no
; article
;
sire for lighting 'and .
4'months it is easily seen that power.SupeFlntendent I I VALUE -
anyone of Motive Power It was just the circumstance of a simple t I

holding, stock ,of them is apt to modest American 'citizen return-

enjoy the benefit of further advancesas Lewis, in speaking! to a representative inn.to his native land. in the To "Y
insure sale and the
diminish of the Times, stated that, after a speedy way
'the ;supplies under, the : Sao modest is Tie, we doubt if Mr. ,

consumptive requirements... Water- having' made a'' thorough test of the Gilchrist allowed our cousins 'on the t Store .'
the bar-
white tinqw"a ut '$2.06 a barrel power' furnished the new company I people are crowding to secure
other side to find out that he was the 1

above ''the' season's' west. point It they had found that' it comes up to all ,Honorable, Speaker of the Florida shows that the
x F requirements, .furnishes them both has gains we are offering
,
9
$
r, has advanced about cents a round i house tf representatives or that he ,

barrel in the past three, weeks! It an economical and .satisfactory'elec- had made the slippery okra a wide i
tric power. They are using it all in t beenmarked people apprereciate and are willing to
x and windowglass and N'are'all higher famed vegetable, and, unless Miss

,,thin at any time; since, the season their entirely departments,satisfactory and'It, has, proven Clem Hampton, who happened to be take advantage of this exceptional opportunity -

opened. abroad at the same. time, gave the
Mr a H. Quinn, chief electrician,
: :Mediums are not yet enjoying so snap away, we doubt if those European desirable
who Is well informed. as to the relative to get good goods
I good a position"as pales. M is yet i L people even got a hint ,that: 7-<*
worth, of electricity, also, stated i 4 Down
::15'cents ''below the highest ,price for he was the,; adored idol of a whole r below their value. "
i that the service they were receiving
,the, season and K 45 cents while I'at bunch of college girls because he
from the Roanoke Water Power Com
$4.60 has just tipped. its previous best had found the way to their hearts j ,

figures. Like pales, theugh, these pany came up to every requirement, through the Huyler's route. REMEMBER, THIS SALE ENDS -
and left nothing to be desired.
grades have all enjoyed substantial : General Gilchrist arrived in. Plant
The Roanoke Water Power Company
J advances]: of late City Sunday night a fact which was I
also closed a contract yesterdaywith ,
i v4
While the lower grades have not the Radford Steam Laundry fora learned by accident. As soon as we 1 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24thDon't "a S"1-1!

yet passed their high water mark of learned of .his presence at the hotel
'number of Nernest lamps. This'lsanother.
a the past. 'six months, they are very: .new feather the cap of the we got out> card and after giving it } .

near them'and it Is 'doubtless pret; a touch of Hoyt's German Cologne

ty; safe assertion that they ,have not new company, asr they had securedthe (thinking perhaps he had acquired a i fi
contract'after competitors had it off but come and the
put
t yet seen their highest value for, the taste for cosmetics of foreign name) get

year 1906-07. Although there have maie strong bids: we made'our call and were greeted by best values shown in Ocala -
These are only some of the big ever
been no such abnormal conditions as the smiling statesman of old De Soto
contracts that have been secured by
disturbed the market last :.year. no with a hearty handshake and tender .
Roanoie- WaterPower,,Company,.but !I
gigantic-.struggle'between' contending of a' Punta Gorda cigar. Then we

buyers. common.,rosins this-y ar' have 'shows that the quality of power furnished knew that foreign travel had failed I [

4 brought much larger returns to the \ comes up' to every' requirement to spoil a,gootL/Floridian and that Albert THE F. AIRlLWIB! ,
The two plants.mentiQu
_$: producers than last season. when their_ Gilchrist.had returned to,his native .
deaf, r electricity,
:above, use a great. '
..,'million. .dollar_ export: 'company :bras must heath, probably 'a broader man, but I
and it be of thalldnd'othey can

_; : jn the field, Natural' a conditions .of I depend upon add'the'adoptioa ,of the otherwise the same honest.- chivalric- ',I WEST' SIDE OF SQUARE

Irade "have .proved'a far better sus.-I FloridIan that he was before he left
; at once' places
new company's power
tainer ,of, ,values,,than, artificial conditions our shores and vomited his Iagt in- =
them in the' 'rank of, ibe',best, and _
:
created by the agency. TakeE stallment. ot'grits on, the broad bosom N .. .. "I.
that 'furnishing "
I clearly shows they are -
,for instance as a fair specimen im the ,old Atlantic.-Plant CUT
; : the'power:Jltat-is;pf >thehighest L. rte:
TheaverageofquotaiI6risforthat Courier.Remarkable. ..
.grade; '
4peztectl ..satt3factorp.. ,
orderp: >+ y ,
- .
glade .12, im, -
,
r April! 1-pctober
Co :
thataanleperiodof The Roanoke Water 'f ower % Gathering of Pythlans In
whllafor
t :was.14.00, :, : ,
dI pang have,, pe 1ed.up,-their oftee'!>u New Orleans. .
last irwas'lJ-CSl'These.figures .
year Campbell avenue; ;where they have Special to the Ocala Banner; -
apply to all of the lo r.grades,, H t
i t exhibition, a number of new things J'ew Orleans, Oct. 15.Perhaps the ,

t, below. and in. 'a less degree.. to' other everyday uses .that attract attention. largest convention ever held in New ,-. .- .

'crad the figures have not
s.YhU
t' ,' Last night there was quite a crowd Orleans commenced today, when the 0'i ... I :
doubtless quiteufe
been ,compiled it'.....is byt.a'i po l of ,L_ "
s"l congregatedattracted | supreme lodge of Knights ,of.Pythias ,
to jay tha| |th gross returns. from beat ,
waters ,bVuing being
A rosin .that was;, ; [the commenced the business of their ,annual

any sivea4i] atUy! 'pt tWs-year' Iectricity-inothe| of 4hf modern counc t The gatehrmg of, this
has bees COTsileraWe, [ more; than last :
appUancesUhaiBattracted\a great deal remarkable clan, was the means of Ca1ornia
c.1a1m.thatfas
year,, although'ffactors of attention was an electric heater. bringing upward of seventy thousand .To
of .
increased operations
of expense
a,result
the net results .to the produc This. ., is on the, order of the gas heater, people to this city where 'most of
t'
a but the'power is electricity, and aside, them will remain for the next ten I ,, '
l f'tI'h&ve not been as ,good. '..-
: J from the cleanliness and safety, a days when, the deliberations of the
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The .phenomenal ,demand for common ,, to that.;.furnished by ,",' ...;
h r'tul1y.'equal' council will come to a close. In .the ,.
in ,
rosins has aided materially. 3 -
the gas' heater Is :'obtained. mean time the uniform rank ,of the -' .c' : ,
the other grades and in .
keeping up I
The reception tendered> the new order is holding its encampment in .' i.

bringing through' the producers as I company since: they have run their the City Park Race Track: where the ';' $30.00St.

well as they have'carte to t."I' ,. '
power into the city is very gratifying, California Texas,'and other contigentare ;:,,' ': .

Generally speakingtheir faith Jar 1 ut, as'the.above shows, they are fully 'under canvass. Every state or :
the darker rosins.With E at $4.35_
to deserving, and are furnishing a division of state is represented, the
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the remainder of the year is '-'--- .
power tkat.is perfectly'satisfactory inevery assembly being a most representativeone. -
ask much
; how
begins to
,one naturally particular, as has been dmonstrated The uniform rank of the orderis
.
,higher IL! and Us sister grades, may ,after the most,severe tests. a semi-military one and, is': composed "From Louis .
'before the
be expected to ,go season
entirely of members of the advanced -
.
i..; f *'*!. and some cherish the .
n.
Big,. Bigger, Biggest; order: of Knights, of Pythias.All .
that
that $ :00 may f t'beseen for .
.
are housed in .tents just as ordi
The largest ever brought
'grade. 'Last year $4.45 was. its topnotch pompano :

but natural 'trade conditions to .Fort Pierce was. captured last 'Saturday nary soldiers on encampment, and

: o'f have' 'been better: so far this year giv? by Charlie Reeds and James the whole camp laid out and conduct \ ,.r Low One-Way Rates EyeryDay. '
ed according to military regulations:
and weighed twenty-two
the that 'a new stand Howard, .
to hope
rise '
,
ing ,
fish 1-'as disposed bf to The several .troops of cavalry have \ : ; '
.. rd of valuer; is established.. The 'J jkwnds. Ttd : II ; To October 31 J606
< lt been assigned a place outside the ,
_' wise consumers, thus far have: been R.:, Whytl/ who had: }. ; frozen :'is. a '

those :who have JumnM' inland. 'taken ,calre- i\icVa't.the,iceffactory.. ';P mpa-i 1 race track in convenient sites. The. I '. ..

: between two and! camps are equipped with all the accessories I ,
periods of noes usually weigh .. '
,
slight
advantage of theb -
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and appurtenances of an ;-o. via ..
weakness td replenish, their suppliesof eight pounds.-Fort Pierce Tribune.. ; ,. .',' ,.. .-.." ,' < .
i army comp, such as mess tents anq' -
these, grades, and the same will :::L ,, '
F Miller exhibited at th3: hospital corps. The supreme lodgeof
doubtless be true of the remainder of Mr. W :
jfice this! morning and tar the order present directs the af ;
Metropolis
.
= f i tfu:. "season. "
i -
sense cucumber which was growa on fairs of, the Pythlans in Canada Mexico ; ,

continued The bull this movement week. and in turpentine sent the. the. 'land of Mr. B. Fitzpatrick weighed, at Cuba and other foreign,countries. ? :Union. Pacific'

Homestead. The cucumber.
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price up Ctf 1.2 cents, an advance of German Day at Georgia State Fair. d 7 : "
nearly! two, pounds and was about a : :: < ,;
j 1 14 cents. The market was pretty Special to the Ocala Banner: : ..
ia .length. It was the productof :: '
fart ., .
.
well covered with bids until Friday Atlanta Ga.. Oct. 15.-The German- andSouthern '
5, .
n.ss
'seed planted September -
when a dullness .in trade became apparent American Society, who planned the ;'! "') ';, :',
than six: weeks: ago. Mr. Fitzpatrick { -.
which seemed ..indicate. theend great reunion of the Germans at the :.' ",,' 'r
has a }ate crop, ,of cokes, and they '
; .of the rise for the time being at 'Georgia state fair ere.to be congratulated '
ere all exceptionally veil developedahd --
: ,_:c least. L:1eFriday[ afternoon it was on their success. : : Pacific' -
fact attesting the '
l' healthy, a proif'ictiveness
,i .reported that the bulk of the day's receipts Fully five thousand Germans from :
cf the soil in that sec-
,
,r ,,' were unsold and thai a lower all parts of the southern states ,.at .

i< t price was being bid. The foreign de- Uou.-'Miaml. Metropolis. tended.. Speeches were' delivered by ':. ,. .." <

,
.; :.,inand is reported as not !0110wing'the' ---- -- -- (prominent Germans, music, and 'refreshments 1 -

1, .;upward trend to any material extent.nsumers' A Certain Cure for Croup -Used for were provided, and altogether '0 .Be surey our tickets read .over this line :- '

dis- Ten Years Without a Failure. I ,, '
a decided ] -" ,
z. are showing it was a highly successful i 0 : "
: : .
,' ,_ psition to hold! ,off in purchasing.'sup- Mr. W. C. Bottt. a Star City Ind., German day. '*: > :. : '

r'piles. A$, heretorofe,;the brunt-, of .sns!- hardware merchant,. .is enthusiastic in ;\-". ; : ,>':.-

; ;k. t.Wnlng the market'. has", fallen. on the Remedy.his praise His of children.Chamberlain's have an Cough been "Death in the- snow storm" Is already ,: ,, :,, Inquire" of '

t l .Americau demand: .American consumm -'. used this adorning: the 'columns of Uje -
; .\. subject to croup and 'he .has :- >
t ;buYing to 'meet. their 'continuet"J \ remedy for the past ten years, and daily newspapers_ in startlii.g head ', ,' ': ;' -

tr. &wants.-i-Savannah. Naval Stores Re- although they much feared the croup, lines. Two men are reported dad'1n ; -

,j t,!,.""ew.. his.retiring wife and then' he a.always bottle felt of safe Chamber upon i: a scowstora in Buffalo, Nl Y. < ,;: ;: "c. J J J9rFS ": a1i R nsselaer. ,,'C, ,
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lain's Cough Remedy was in the ": -:', :' ': '' '
'Editor Sherwood, of the LiveOakjayg.flmt ,oldest An execnUye order putting the >. ', !t'- .ATLANTA GA.
house. His child was subjectto ;_tt24pEACHTREE'ST.: : .-' > ,
!
Demierat, Inverness Is one attacks of but this 1,100 deputy collectors of internal .
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severe
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"J croup, : \ % -

5 t: : ., ., 'jhQperttfesf and most attractive I remedynever, failed to effect a speedy revenue'under, .dri service' regulation. I or :: -'j1' : : i ::
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Y' ?=*-towns in t south, Florida 'Tntt its: care.He 'recommended U to t*pis ia exp cted to be made by Janl2uy : Xi- ? : '

friends and ;neighbors and,all who The { _: .. :
lined'on 1, political effect of the
ad ar.d5 "
eihe "
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;$ 3ri ,
f : hatg, used IV say that it'Is unequaledfor -i"C : ',:, : :'
,;/ "Mdy'f'Withl'r & 'teI3'j"* rak-t?, present' X. *pO '%:; t1"Olp.and" whooping cough:,. rFor Which 4s said to be favored, by'Presi-, c.:-ff j-"':.. :T.--.r.r. : "', ', T ,' _,. :-Fy "' L'. ', -. "::.'-,.,-.

Otpictnres e .' by all druggists ra- denthROoserelt, will be great; -' J --- -
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,.Special. 'correspondence Ocala Banner ;burden! ,:and in a,recent'.commenton ,.V-
W0:are having some .cool 'weather' ]hiSiHarrjsburg address, i leclares A j I Ii
"nowadays makes! : veryb dy'hQFthe"w :
4; ; whichat that he'has made Hearst'possible. The .' Talk
pi J.. h. \ 1othing
Whirligig time doesindeed 3 bring
.Mr..,,Hal ,(|ladney has.Just. Decently!; tl1 f a:

,,recovered_ from':& spell.V of fever.z :.|' 1 aboufjfits L ravages." -Pensacola!!!.: r fjournalT ..."' >' )1'.i1 i
Some; of|our''oung, people)-hadjla.iau .... fl.z- '( <:?-t ','
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f" .. 'Saturday night'it the home of,

; 14f E.,A. Smith.Mr.J.D.Mixon. Cotton growers have;they. game in Our stock in this particular line has been
and Miss Della Smith their own hands this season. Harvie: fidoubled
gent to Fairfield>Monday'" to Visit Jordan says.. '.AH they: need ::tQ dd" to

". the,,parenttTfihIiss:.Smith. regulate". ;\the price. ,.of cotton :is fo this season especially in Men andBoys'
Wonder why.MrE1vlnBruton'look.d ''Badweather
market It sparingly fF ,

,:$9 pleasing and held such a high ,_?' "'...... ii', causes, ,have ,made-tne cropa 4l'
r head Sunday' afternoons' >Was it ''be short gone and, buyers 'are; !anxious: r .r rr Suits and Overcoats, Our prices as ?-
fr cause he was just.. ;;from Church' '
The grower' can now afford 'to let .
1
: bigtfl's .housed:
"other ? walk!":= -Un- usual are the lowest
i. Miss Llllie Thomas, who has been the >man Times jj < very

r spending a. few days,with her sister, ion. S -

)Irs/ F. H. Hogan,; has returned to t
; CoIigreSsnia l.elect. .Richard P. "Hob-: ,
her home at.Rochelle ; rot Yowr Protection
3 Mr, F, E *;Smoak, ;, of, 'Flemington.h11eion son,has a.big,scare*,0.14 He thinkswe_ Boys Pants from IDC to 980 Men's Suits from $4.98 to $11.48 ,

a visit to Mr. J. D. Mixson' are at the mercy of. the Japs.. wes j place this label on every
<, Sunday was taken"very ill suddenly, package of Scott's Emulsion., Men's Pants,from 980 to 3.78 Boys' Overcoats from 11.98 to $2.98

butf gained nough'strength to return Danger From the Plague. The man with a fish on his back
home Monday 'c I,', There's great danger from the I is our trade-mark, and It is 'a; Boys' Suits from 980 to $3,48. Men's Overcoats from $2.48.to. $6.48

:. Misses ) J1a.Sm1th,: 'E6teU[ and plague pf coughs, and. coldsl.ithat'areso guarantee that'Scott's Emu'sloitwW'd !- '
> prevalent,:unless you tAke Dr.
( Alice Mixson atended church ae.Wac"eahoota' King's JNew.: Discovery/forr- 'consumption all,that'iS claimed
; Sw day: -They report having coughs and colds. Mrs. George orit.: Nothing better for lung, s

'heard a good sermon by Rev. C.- Y.- Wallis, of Forest City, Me., ",writes throat bronchial troubles in _Of course these are only figures, but if you visit our store and examine the goodswe
Gray;of MIcanopyr! : ; ; : "It's, a" God"send to people, living'in infant or adult: Scott's Emul- know that will b: surprised at the astonishing values. '
Wonder whyra certain.young* mangot climates where. coughs and colds;pre- sion is one of the greatestfleshbuilders you
his temper raised Friday night vail. I find it quickly ends them. It known to the medical J -

; ,. Miss Ruth 'Robbini.tle! me<
: +Y, i... .very\sad ,Sunday '- v n1i g.-"W der gives hay fever i wonderful, and rellef'in makes weak asthma lungs"and We'll--- find/OB..a tamplt frtt' WE ALSO HAVE 0 NICE


;r .' whit. Mr .Will, Taylor seems' to be very strong, coughs enough and to colds.ward. 50 off cents consumption and- SCOTT filOWKE,.401NewrYorkeet i

busy-hunting' spotted shoats' these 1.00!- Guaranteed by TYdings' &; Line' ofLadies' Jackets and Cloaks

_ cool days; it, must be getting\pork Co., druggists.. Trial, ,bottle free., m .-- ---.'-' =

,time,'again. un AIRFIELD ITEMS.

I. pleasant..surprise'Central was again party.honored,The crowd by; a bull's The,eye Orlando when l 1\Democrat says: "The hits drainage the 'Special correspondence Ocala, Banner. V Prices_ Ranging i from $1,98] to $9.98

We regret to say that Mr.. and Mrs .
devotes too much time to slandering
consisted of Misses Gwynn Beck, Della
\Smith, Estell :and ,Alice Mixson their neighbors and too: little ',to ,the Wilson Tate leave for Francisco.. .
.and{;Marlon' Smith- Messrs. .Retis ando argument and explanation ,of their in a few days Mr.:and'Mrs.-Tate have

f. Cedrick -Smith. Hal Gladney, Jay project. People soon learn what many friends here who will miss Remember we guarantee save you money or purchase price refunded All we ask

_ Adams, Henry Mixson and Will rTay-- that means." It Is a question in them.- :: .,. .. ,*'-; is a comparison, and then we know that you will be our, customer. .
lori: They seemed. to have enjoyed Th'e little .da ghter of itfr. and Mrs. i ,
which personalities should have, no
the event rvery .much.I ., Clarg Youngewho has been ill for
\ ,Mrs. 'Ellen Robins of this place place should, ,and be;.called the little off barking fellows some time;; has'entirely- recovered.Dr. We Buy of the Largest Jobbersand
fkasrgone on4a visit to her daughter
.- Walter had .
Nichols .a serious attack
-
_ .Mrs>Robert Pierce. J. S. Geiger and son have given up.the'Fort ( of fever last week, but has recovered Manufacturers in the'country and therefore :the
we best
Miss Lula WhitUngti. ,_.,ot.tFlemIngton .> can guarantee workman
.0 < : and .Paper to be
News the sufficiently
=' was over spending a' few Pierce : up. ship in all our garments.
.days' with her sister, Mrs. E. JU has been turned over to its owner. ,We sincerely_ hope' Mr. Stokes, our
,Smith. k f Charles/E." "Emerson." The- services' ." ofT new "conductor; will not be :discouraged You have nothing to lose when trading with us as we warrant every piece of merchandise

f'' { "i \1 HAYCINTHS4t i ; }. I.-;Shackieford, .have J been secured ',to any'great extent by t trials. ,of to give good wear or return you the price- paid. for same This almost

? who will assist. the owner. The' Tampa his flrst ,run-on- the G. & G. For some ,looks too good to be true, but it is.t! V -
; ,",. ." 'SOUTHiiAKE\WEIR... Tribune J asks r the question, "if Mr.' reason be Vas delayed alt night and ;

__ correspondence Emerson will give up the managementof had to leave next morning without
Special Ocala Banner.
,, the Tampa ,Herald which he has nap '
_ .The of Our Shoes All Made
and
shipping of
oranges' grapefrniFstill made such'a brilliant 'succ ss. Miss Edna Gatrellthe sister of Are Solid LeatherPlease
M-
.
goes on. Car' loads, also
Dr. H. ,Gatrell, of Fairfield, who has
( ,smeller: lots 'are leaving' at frequent A 'Young Mother' ?<>. Jacksonville
Intervals.. fMri "My mother suddenly became youngat been months in training in for St the"Luke's past eight hos give us a call and be convinced that: we can save you money.

: C.,.,:P. Davis.... and family have_ 70. Twenty years.of- intense suf- is .
home:
-- 'ering'- from dyspepsia had:: entirely pital/for/ nurse; at now, recruitjng -
3. mod troatki iKlreenfield" to Conlit, disabled her,until six months ago, # 'from a serious attack of ty

:.H. where; Mr,<.PaTlsPcan better, attend when she began; taking;-Electric; Bitters phoid fever.""'The many'' friends ;of

the work of.his'caipl9yer.Mr. , NathanMayo which ;have;. completely cured Miss. Gatrell. are,. delighted to have
;- her and restored 'thet strength she ,'
-.V.; .-.*...rr<-.. ,.j..j v- If lad In the"pilme of life," writes Mrs: her at home again and trust the fever Variety Store
,\_rk-. We were glad to welcome Mr. W. L. Gilpatrick, of Danforth, :Me:; will not discourage her to give-up her

.CaAtham,,our genial butcher' ,when heetsrted Greatest restorative medicine on the noble calling.
;oi.. his 'resuUr. trip for the globe. Sets stomach, liver, and kid .
,Miss.DCIIa Smith is, teaching ,her Marcus
-- --- -- -- hos.H.
-winter. .. neys rlght'purifiesthe blood _and OCALA FLA. Harris
L t :. Ki ,; zr ", cures"malaria.. biliousness and weak;' I school at Central near',Ml anopy. Miss ,
1 ''I Wonderful"'nerve' tonic Price Smith of our' promising'
nesses. one yourteacher" g
:Sr ---,' .Blood Poisoning, .- I SO"cents; Guaranteed brTydlngss '& II and"'''Is\quife a"favorite'withuie
T' results from chronic' constitatlon, Co., druggists. mIn : _
which Is quickly cured by Dr._. King's young people at irajrneid. sne:
\ New-IJfe Pillsr'They remove; all ts also one f' Fafrfieid's : ,'
1900 the total acres planted in prettiestgirls. BLITCHTON. '. _
{ : t' -: < 5- ,
poisonous germs from the system ;
: and infuse life and oranges at Estero*amounted to twelve
new vigor; curesour
__ :stomach, nausia, headache dizjsiness and four boxes were shipped. In 1905 Miss Bessie Carter is still improv Special correspondence Ocala Banner '

; < and colic, without griping or 383 acres 'were under cultivation and ing in her music. Miss Bessie Is Mr V. M. Seckinger's uttle'child is ALWAYS GO TO '
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}- discomfort 25 cents. Guaranteed by nearly 5,000 boxes were shipped.The quite a musician and entertains her very sick at this writing.

'. Tydings & Co. druggists.. m friends with all the latest pieces. Mrs. Richards who has been visit
t s- -i* n i -
Mr. A. J, McLaughlin, returned .to south is prospering as never I New stoves are all- the rage. As ing her son and his family for the 1.

ti. Ills' home at Fairfield yesterday after before.- Aside.. from r.1,).the} enormous,.* many as ten new ,,ons. have been past week, has returned home via Ine Best PnIBst Place
ann !
.. 'spending a short......while Ocala.. amounts'' of money brought in forher sold here lately: fVe Live Oak to visit her daughter Mrs. ?
_ "" """ w W as ?*n" ax- "' : Jotton and lumber, |I[thefilrices; of i |Y hearthat Mr.k John Young i istiiinkingof Dr. Anderson. .

1ifr. John H. Mathew off Candler, jan<|jhas|;been steadily increasing 'in i attending the Benedict Mr. Jos. Aiklns and J. W. Beard

drove up :'to Ocala."\VednesiJayijter: jalue.industrialf development?is 'apparent *. I school.. No doubt J hn's term at this left for. Dunnellon this morning.
"oon.and returned yesterday
home
a ." .everywhere there is a tide of !school will be pleasant as John has They have contracted to build a nice
afternoon. This was his, first visit !
,to'Ocala',in several months. He says immigration setting in and altogether I already. learned his flrst lessop. How residence for Mr. Aikin's son, Mr.WL.

lie, has been very busy making hay **e farmers of Dixie have begun to I I about it, John. Aikins, of the Phosphate citroMr Our Edibles and Drinkables are"'as Clean

and :attending 'to his ,orange crop. seej+wii+ti-fn, light, *that" was .so*>,ty'i long+. obscured iSft ni ''Mr az d Mrs. John Smoak spent avery : Wills,, the photographer; is

biters, calamities( resulting from the I pleasant day in Ocala Wednes- still with us; but he is on the sick and Pure, as Pure Food

S ."" IMr. R. B. Irvine of Stanton, one a warMiltonReddckMethodSfchuru: Index l!dayJ .... list. We hope he will be able to re- any Law
f of the oldest school teachers in the P: K MrsFrank Dupuis is here on avis same his work.

he- county and one of the oldest subscribers ] '" f !, roo her daughter, Mrs. Stokes. There are three Jog roads comingawards ,could imagine them to be.

.to this ;:paper, came up to Gentlemen- We trust Mrs. Dupuis win be withus Blitchton 'one from Mont-
-g attend the laying of the corner stone Don't allow your church topay 8 Our establishment
_F: and paid us a friendly call jesterday cents for wood.If for some time. Brook, one from Martel and one has been refitted
-; morning. Mr. Irvine has-been on our they buy one,hundred pounds of Mr. and Mrs:Bob Scott and their roin-Morriston.! The log trains come

books. continuously' White Lead in kegs they get 88 poundsof little son, Winfield,. had a very pleasant within a few: miles of us. If they according to Sanitary Measures and the
suice'1866"I White .Lead and 12 of
-t pounds drive to Orange Lake. Sunday on were only permanent roads we couldgo .

_ Mr; 'J..M. ,Potter,one: 'of our enterprising wood Paint;but they: get when a full they gallon buy L.of &paint M. a visit to relatives at that place.Dr. to truck farming in earnest. only thing in it remaining "Old and .
farmers .
whose postoffice Martin the Presbyterian min. :
that won't wear off fffor 10 or 15 years Mr. H. C. McCully has rented Mr. .
,dress.is Ocala, left with us yesterdaya' because L. & M. Zinc hardens L. & ister, gives us' his farewell sermon Wearer's farm and will live therethe Matured"
bottle :of Japanese syrup (freshly M.White Lead and makes L. & M. Sunday., We" regret to lose one who are our.
coming
g .made) which;; so far'as we can Paint wear like Iron:, has been such benefit to year.
a our com-
u Judge, ,Is as good, as any.native cane 4 gallons L. & M. mixed with '3 Mr. S, J. McCully- our road overseer
syrup we have ever tasted. Mr. Potter gallons linsee doll will paint a. moderate munity. Although Dr. Martin has a is doing some very much need
r 'says that this cane ,is easily sized ''house thorough dislike for dogs and.hogs heI ed repairing on the Blitchton macade- Whiskies Wines Ao

I'f'grown and' produces 'twice as much !I per Actual gallon.cost of L. & M. about $1.20 s a very able pastor mized road. ; Beer.Our .

; on the same acreage as The cotton is about all .
sugar cane I C. S. Andrews, ex-mayor, Danbury, Game Warden's Notice. crop gathered.It t
-1 V and he is an enthusiast in growing it. Conn.. writes: "Painted my, house 19 is selling at 5 1-4 cents in the
It will pay our farmers, to ,give their '!years ago with L. & M. Looks well Notice Is' hereby given that when seed at Morriston. It is to be hoped way of doing busiriess is the.
_ ;, attention to the Japanese .cane. today. persons want a deputy game warden f
r ,., ,,, Sold by McIver & appointed the must be hat a representative of the Seas Is-
..+ i i i i I MacKay, Ocala, request accompanied same courteous and -'
land Cotton Growers Association mode
The Florida. appreciative:
local editor of this paper returns with: a properly signed pe- i ;
,oJ thanks to. Mr. ?Vllialonga. P. Looks as if the next .star to be tition of reputable persons. Address, will come our way by the time another have ,

Smith of Wakahoota for ,a nice .added to the flag.of our .union, will C. McCRANEY, crop is harvested- and organize we employed for years and -
,basket of'fruit which was left in our stand for Cuba.-Milton Index. Game Warden Stanton Fla. he farmers as they have in other any i-:-

-- office onthe day of the laying of the 8.3 6tlW counties. favors bestowed '
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V corner stone The fruit included fine With race troubles: Georgia, Ten The new phosphate plant of Dutton upon us will receive x

4 specimens of Japanese persimmons nessee Alabama and Arkansas it be- '& Co., near here, is running on strict and
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,, .preciated.and ,oranges"and. were very, much ap- gins union".to" "look like the "war for the full time. The whistle reminds us.of prompt attention. -

-- : .; __ V had brought more troubles bygone days when 'the mines were Our
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upon the' than the boys who constant aim is '
'
: fv .. They,Make You Feel Good. country; & running in this section. To Please .
a w re'the biue anticipated-Milton In -N tT
The L
pleasant purgative effect experienced OILSORESBURN Mr. George W. Livingston was in

I -Iain's' .Stomach by all and who use Chamber- dex. >, $ our berg last week in search of a Try us and be convinced.
Liver
-'*f-* .. Tablets;and fine pointer dog that he lost several
the healthy condition & RHEUMATISM I
of the ZSt '
body'and A Kentucky colonel ,has organizeda -
t mind'which they:create make one feel months ago He finally located his
..joyful. Price ..25 cents. Sample. free company for the purpose of shipping Tydings & Co., Druggists, Ocala, Flal dog in Ocala. Some one had sold it Respectfully yoursSTRAUSS ,
at all Jordan river water to all
drug stores. partsof
m the doctor, but
Ito i ? fortunately the
the world for baptismal
) rt- Hearst Is accused'of coloneihas purposes doctor did not lose what he had paid.
'employingChirfese Your true Kentucky no for it & CO rt
laborIn: California ..and de prejudices against water/'for external .
nies the charge" This 'is .a piece. of, uses: only:;} ri..Index.,.1 .. eeasfarymss.r'err'e Seeds we tare beet neea beewm epretm CD Mr.J.to., Mclver has'returnoo home ,
from. -
demagogy.'on loth-sides& their deveopmenthalfof cmpvr North Carolina, and we we are
Sir i
Hearst fipert tan inHipenortomUoffiCTt nusza
Wholesale
'has right I Life Insurance V sorry to say that his trip did<< not and Retail
a to. employ 'Chinese. Yf he i The, Mutual Company ti e.sr+e nedet>tta ru'Aoxtng Liquors '
r -irt hes.--TJmes-I7nion.. of Nevir'York. sowerens., .e .tae .eea benefit him. He has .been In 'very ,
I i .Notfce. to ,the' Policy, flolder&-.The iu ted d..j,r tree. bad health
D.K.. FERRY 1CO, since he .came home. It f
''statement, which/nnay OCALA Xr X-
: official be'used Detroit. Is honed that Mr. Mclver will FLORIDA.
? .. Fora Two-Cent, Stamp.! i as a ballotfor_voting-by mail having Ysch.V rrr.er.Solid soon
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; I been sent- to each, policy holder on .
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l' A 'common process has been discovered October' 11, any: voter, failing to receive ,, I .
;to possess healing.properties:not the same;th., the 'dtle ;:course of it
known heretofore,, but surpassing any! time"" is requested ,to,;send hid name r quarter oak; three piece suits >
,*,. ,other drug.. -TheF discoverer WIILJ_ fort and address to the, company;. .New and individual chairs InV the newest
two; cent.:stamp., tell anyone what Torkr City, in order. that: duplicate: designs;can be' found at the.best furniture .1 READTHEOCALA
-; .-u.:Is. Address_XrPhillippi, FU. 912m may'be, sent. .him..; store, in town. That's the : : BANNER :
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,:', ; tional .number 3, of .,section, 17, of highest ambition was;: to" carry of slaughtered annually; Its beautiful

:, ,,,,.,, :;,-, township' 15 south, of range 2, east the scalp of a pale face as a trophyof rivers, majestic lakes and its far.

,.",'- ,, ,OCALA'SBIG D-"A' .Y' containing 200 acres of land for a their savage pride famed Silver Springs, and Blue

county site, to be known by the Such men as Marion county's first Springs whose .limpid waters :

L;: name of Ocala;, The old- surrey of aunty officers the Tyners, Tanners, clear as a crystal and more

'i' ..b..i'i ,':" Ocala,was_made and'platted by David Ra-vls Edwards Brooks Currys, transparent than light where sixty

'; Bruton :county surveyor.. Blitches Ststrunks. Myers Scotts, feet below the surface of the. water
i
At. a regular meeting of the boardof Quattlebaun s, Mann Granthams. may be seen Innumerable and.India-

>:;The Cornerstone of the New Court House Laid county commissioners held at Ft. Pains Spanns Provinces,. McNeals cribable variasjated colors: which to

King April 27, 1846, block No. 67 Linchs, Rogers,. Waterman?, McGa- the steady gaze of wondrous eyes gilt .
.
K ,..0; 3 J upon which is located the First, Methodist haglns and others incuiUngthat fall- ters and glimmers 'and glows like ;

: ;' : With Impressive Ceremonies..Rains Threaten ; church of Ocala, was, selectedto ant soldier .of two wars and statesman sparkling diamonds of rainbow hoes,

build a temporary court house'upon, General! 'Robert Bullock are which seem to be gently floating in '

'" ," and Commissioners rs Abraham Geigerand worthy of having their name in etherial,space as the finishing touchesof
.
But Refused to Mar the Occasion Thomas Barnes were appoited as scribed upon a monument of 'uarble I the artistic perfection of beauty

:: a tuiHing committee, with power tc in ineffaceable letters of 'gold These of, the Creator of Heaven, and Earth.

;" ,I >;-.;. act. The size of the building: was flen and their self-sacrifificing wives Marion county today stands abreast-

to be 20x28 feet built of logs other r.
," ire entitled to the everlasting gratl with the most progressive counties of
\
""l"' details being specified among which tude of you, my fellow citizens and of the state, in and material
progress
:;=,A.,Large Number in Attendance: ---Two Thousand Gather at the was that the hinges' for doors and generations to come for their zealand prosperity Its offlcrea are perhaps L

t j y(,. windows should be.of. iron. The con I well directed activity in establishing In advance of some of the rank and

: ;;: ; ; Dinner Tableand -are Fed Though Under Difficulty. tract to build the court house was a' county government schools file of.her people on lines of progress

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; awarded to James Caruthers at the churches public roads bridges and I thank God, that I am about to realize
.
sum of ,J225.00.n
'j ., t ., the 6th day of October. 1846. ferries, thereby laying the foundatlor : one of my'highest aspirations during

s h.t' j"., ; i the contract to do the inside workof for immigration and building'up a the past fifteen years which was

"" :The Great Drainage Debate Between Gov Broward and Mr. Beard Listened to for Thrie the court house, consisting of ajudge's great and prosperous county such as to see an up-to-date.court house erected

I ,stand tables, Jury' benches, we now enjoy; Of the lone lhr nr in Ocala,, in keping with the necessities

*' tl," ,Hours-Both Speakers'Made Fjne Impressions and Were Liberally Applauded etc., was awarded to James Carruth- names above referred to, all except,, ;of, the people of a great rich

\ era. at the sum of ?30.00. Also a Josiad Pain, who was living in Georgia progressive' ar.d prosperous county. I
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The great corner stone has been law Is' administered; that somethingis ered the following Interesting addressof when last heard from have '
contract on that day to build jury pass would rather have my name Inscribed i
That virtue that gives to welcome
justice.
I laid, ,the great drainage del ate, ended everyone what is his due, must be the : rooms out of logs, 24x14 feet in the ed over the river'of death and ,.* .-* on this corner stone as an humble
Ladies Gentlemen and Brethren of
-l kad.the day with its memories has Influence that' controls every judg- the clear, petition across the center, doorin trust, are now, resting "under the coworker. with my efficient associate --
Tie
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Mystic :
ment and, decree that emanates from each end etc., to be built on the shade of the trees. The poet has sung members of the boar, of county com
been rolled up!nine"croU'of time ana our courts. If our Juries .and judgesdo In my address of welcome .on this missioners
court house lot was awarded to James the following sad requiem: ,of Marion county, Fla..
pelongs to the)historic" past. not possess this virtue they are majestic occasion, It seems to. be ,
,
unfit instruments of the law.. To the to brief his Ellis, at the'sum' of $UO. O. "The busy 'tribes of flesh and blood, aided by the citizen's advisory committee
eminently proper give a
At au early hour Wednesday morn people of a government wherein they of theaformation of In due time these buildings were With all their toils and cares, and our county advisor all

,.ing' : the .people began coming. in the govern, justice ought to be the first tory Marion county completed and accepted by the Are hurried downward by the fioOd.nd of whom, have stood shoulder to
aim and the controlling 'spirit of all -its metes and bounds; the selection
city and notwithstanding the indications their laws.Various of Marion county as the site, county commissioners.The lost in foll'ring years." shoulder with me in allot the complex

} ", of rain ou*''s treets. were soon .definitions or ideas, of justice and a list 'of the names of its f rat board of county commissioners I prefer Longfellow's version, who and difficult problems.we had to

are found among the writers on held their first melting, which by overcome than to become governor of
officers together with the
thronged with pt! pteUnfortunately: county wrote:
I the subject. Possibly as fair a statement them. was styled "The Court" in the Florida, president of the United

.it. began raining aad'the -ceremonies of justice, and law ascan :begiven Jates*and costs of the several court nor court house In Ocala, September "Lives of great men all remind us, States. or one of the ,bloated billionaires .
is that of former Justice Rob- houses that have been built therein.Marion '
were delayed for 'more. We make Ibres-
: : as l1otrOf 7 1846. Present John M. McIntosh can our sublime of the.land.I .
erts, of Texas. He says: ,
county was created by stnutory
eleven o'clock'the local and And leave' behind
About departing us.oot.prints ,
stone U.anlY01i fair Ladies for
but something that ought to bound judge of probate and ex-omclo president your
'visiting Masons repaired to 1'arionpunn be more durable than marble or law March 14. 1844. and and .clerk of the' board; Abra on the' sands of time:' presence on this occasion to aid .us in

t' ) lodge. and l. gm' preparations granite;' that must go hand in hand ed as follows: ham Geiger John Morrison and S. F. I ask you to go back with me over extending a welcome to visitors, your
with freedom if it is to last in this Beginning on the north bank of the
tor-.tlie.la)1us of the ,comer stone ot country; must be the cornerstone of aliday, commissioners.At fifty years ago and let us briefly review presence and your smile speaks a wet '
big Withlacoochee river at the
'our new and imposing temple of Justice. range Ocala and Marion come that Is louder
this and every other temple in which county as I than words to our
regular meeting of the boardof
iine, dividing ranges 17 and 18. run a ,
,: then saw them dtetluguishel visitors from,
Justice Is the dictate of right according beyond the +
county commissioners, held in
north to township line dividing townships
'in a the j rado the ,Masons wei'e lie.l to the common consent of In Ocala there was an unpretentious limits of our county. In behalf of
Ocala. March 8, 1848, C. A..M. Mitchell
"ceded ,Vy the Ocala. bau-l the Ocala mankind generally, or of that portionof 11 and 12. thence east along hotel upon the block 'Upon the, people of Marion county 1 extend
,. mankind be associated said line to Orange Lake thence down esq.; presented to the .board a
may
who
s 'IUfte's and Governor Broward Congressuian which the Ocala House now stands, to all visitors a cordial welcome
v in one 'government, or who may be said lake to orange creek thence subscription signed by several per.
Sparkman, Hon John S. governed by the same principles and known as the "Ocala House conducted to' our beautiful city and fertile, ,county -
down said sons obligating themselves_ to pay, ,or "
creek to its
conjunctionwith
.
Bear4: :acid other thi Ungulahed vUitors morals. Law is a system of rules, five six by that great and good man.. .
river contribute or hundred dollarstowards
,, the latter gentlemen being ir. conformable, ,as must.be supposed, to the Ocklawaha thence t Won. E. J, Harris and his'estimable To you most Worshipful' GrandMaster
this standard down said river the line building 'a suitable and sub.
and devised upon, an to range di-
carriages.' wife; another known as the' "Bullock and through you moat Worshipful
enlarged' view of the relations of per- riding lines 26 and 27 thence stantial court house. He also pre- '
: Hatched 'up 'F.>'* range House located where Gadson's Sir in behalf of W
: .The procession sons and things as they practicallyexist. south along said line sented a petition signed by a numberof about our people,
King avenue, as far a* Fox lane at d to townshipline store is now. There was in operationtwo I extend to the Most Worshipful ,
citizens, petitioning theboard to
dividing townships 21 and
'' down Ocklawaha.. avenue to the .-" 'Justice' is a chaotic mass of prin- grocery stores one saloon, four Grand Lodge of Florida, F.Jfc A, M.,
such house
have LuUt'hert.
.!2.. thence west to the head,, of the court
"gip court house, where they were met by. ciples. Law is the classified map of stores dnin? a general mercantile business and all visiting Masons, ,a most fraternal
principles reduced to order and put little, Withlacoochee river thence upon the board took action in
k a. vast throng. .,. one taylor, shop two. ,drug welcme among us ou. this Important
in the of rules accordance ,with said
shape agreed upon by down said river to its junction with petition, resulting
On-the platform were the .ex-chair* this ascertaining common consent. in awarding the contract to stores one small repair t>r harness epoch ,in the history of Mar
Withlacoochee
the big thence
,mans of the board of county commiasioncrs. Justice is the virgin gold in the mines river shop one blacksmith and 'wlieel,right Ion county, Again ,I say to all. wet.come .
r build the new court house on the
down said last mentioned river: to the
that for its intrinsic worth in .
\ the citizens advisory :conyraittee passes establishment and a postofflce. The thrice welcome airpn$ u4.

z, ; ,. the members of the city coun ing every value case according but is subject to the scales to a vary-thro'which place of beginning. public plans and square specifications of Ocala, according that had to practicing physicians were ''Dr A. C Most Worshipful Grand ,){aater, after I

1 ell, prominent members of the. it passes. Law is the coin from According to my map the north been adopted but not entered in the Brown, 'and Drs. Heard and Rogers.As introducing you to respond to the

Grand Lode, of Florida, Governor the mint with its value ascertainedand aast, corner of toe county was three to'J..A. I remember' Col. S. M. G. Gary address of welcome, I commit to you
minutes, Barber at the sum
f Broward, Captain, R., E. ,Rose Cnn. fixed with the stamp pcthe.government -: miles east of'. the. SU Johns river now J : Cot Samuel St. George Rogers an? the work of laying the corner stone,
of $3,110.00, September 3, 1850.
upon It, which insures anddenotes in Petuam county.. Its southern 'portion Charles knowing ,full veil that when
..gressmwi,3p rkman,,Hon. J. S. Beard its current value. The' act of I Pasley were the only prac it ta

H l1. Jades E. Proorae, Gw. W, II moulding 'j stlce' into a system of embraced nearly all of the territory A peculiarity in awaiting this con.. tlcnjg attorneys. Spann and Province; done: will be found to be square work -

9 ;rs bil::); and 'other distinguished. via- rules detracts from its capacity o( that now comprises Sumter tract was. all sealed bi.dB were rejected having left the county plumb work and tru? work,,and justsuch
I r
abstract adaptation in each particular and Lake counties. The boundaries as being too high and the board work
itors. r The above constituted the business ; a>} we are authorized. to re-
LL.ti case, and the rules of law, when ap- vere. changed by the legislatures of let out, the contract then and there ceive.
Hon. H. 'W. Long, acting as master I I II interests of Ocala. The East Florida
plied to each case, are most usuallybut
by public auction to the lcwet bidder
1846, 1853, 1859, 1877 and 1837 reducing Ladies gentlemen and
called Rev.L. fellow citizens
: of ceremonies : upon an approximation to 'justice.. Seminary stood where the Ocala high
Us area to its present .,tatuo I resulting In a saving of $90.00 tothe it affords
4; .w,., ioore; acting u-Grand Chaplain : "Still, mankind have generally ; ..... school now stands. There were two me, great pleasure to

:' to: nvoke'-'the? divine 'Blessing.:. thought .It better to have their rights The following, named persons were tax payers. mails south and north by 'stage .introduce'to'you, Most Worshipful

determined by such ,a system of rules I The building was completed and received Charles W.
:';MrV;Long.then than by the sense of abstract 'justice'as by the county commissioners the: Most Wonhlplu'Grand
f tt||toils. nrantiei1ntroduced{ Judge Rich determined by any one man,' or set Judge of probate, John'M. Mcintos, I I' Transportation to and from Marion Lodgeof

:ard 'McC I1atbYi' mayor of the city of men; whose duty it' may have been commissionea July '26 1815; clerk December 11851. This building, as county was by barges, operated by Florida, F. & A. M -

who welcomed the representatives of to adjudge them. Whoever undertakes circuit court, John G. Reardon commissioned i to size architecture and finish, being poles from Silver Springs to and Jf. W. LONG.,
to determine a case' solely by familiar to most of our people Chairman Board of
Ether visitors very County Commissioners
the Grand Lodge and ill October 31. 1845; S. F I from Palatka and from that point by
his own notions of its abstract 'Jus and no plans and specifications of it of :
Marian County Florida.
I t
.. to our ,city.. tice breaks, down the barriers by Halllday commissioned ,November 4, I steamboat to and from Savannahand

,:the following is Mayor. McConathy's. which'rules of 'Justice' are erected into 184C sheriff E. D. Howse commissioned -I I being -accesible I will not attempt to Charleston. ,In the county 'there Most Worshipful Charles W. Johnson

i addreft' in full:, i a system and thereby annihilates October. 31 1845: .; assessor of .describe it in detail., .It was a frame were four towns, Silver Springs; Orange Grand Master of the state lodge
law. :building out of lumber neatly painted
: A little boy: whose parents and ah taxes, Samuel Mattair commissioned Springs, Flemington and! Wa of Masons In a clear distinct and
I Now, since ours is government of outside and plastered inside, with a
'( uncle; and aunt,were away, from ,home, a obtain July 26, 1845; county surveyor, A. J. cahoota, which had respectively from pleasing manner; respond to- the
,.' the happening in law the citizen can only hope to stairway going up to the court room
", wishingto write and not wishing to be the amount of justice that Iscontained. Lyon, 'commissioned January 14, lUG, two' to three stores. From 1845 to 1856 address ot welcome as follows:
their absence the end corridors
outside of east having
partial addressed his letter "dear rev-- '! in the laws. And becausewe cornty commissioners; Abraham Gel- large and small slave owners bought It is Indeed an honor to respond

erybody". so' ,I 'am- commissioned by make the laws we are responsible, ger commissioned October 31, 1845 .on the ground floor east andvt. and settled plantations in the most to an address of .welcome extended toa
and must blame ourselves if undue : and north and south 'throughthe
this city to say "dear everybody, Ocala John Morrison commissioned October fertile sections of the county, which Grand Lodge of the greatest and
here this occasion injustice grown out of them. center of the building. This
la to on
glad see you
most ancient
and it Therefore, the first lesson that I 31, 1845 laomas Barnes, com marked"a new era in its historyand fraternity existing on
you are very welcome court house' was used as suci for
wishes, that it may be one BO pleasantly would impress on my hearers today missioned October'31' 1845; SolomonF. largely changed the habits' and the face of the earth. It Is, indeed, a

spent that it will be to you a is, that .it is for' you to' see that the Haliday, commissioned October thirty odd'years., during tuts; time customs oi the people on lines of pround privilege and when, your
laws administered in this building such learned jurist as Judges Forward
delightful recollection. :31, 1845; Cotton Rawla commlsL on' progress and prosperity.The kind invitation was ,received it was
note with more than ordinary come as near to pure justice as con- Putnam, Goss, Dawkins. 'KIng;
Wo accepted by rtt@ in ,behalfof this
ditions of society will permit. ed October 31 1845. war between the states followed -
pleasure the presence of many of our and Finley held the scales of'.justicein
fellow-citizens from other parts |fof The other thought that I call your Justices of the peace-Dist No. S, the results of which are familiar Grand Lodge with, feelings of. great

Florida, and thank, you for the kind Attention to Is of paramount impor- William D. Branch, commissioned i equal poise; the bar of the court to all present It was followed by re- pleasure and.,grat1A tion. But sow,
tance in these United States at this being occupied by'many of the most ,
and its I.
interest in our county progres timer It is that principle of natural September 10, 1845; Dist TCo 3, Allen construction and the' direful effectsof find myself in the position of
here. To those learnedand barristers of
that you eloquent
has brought ,
Studivant carpetbag rule from 1868 to 1876 the farmer who was breaking a pairof
of Ocala and Marion justice- that no law, circumstance, inconvenience commissioned September -
former citizens the land. This building eighteen -
some
''countr that have come, to Join their cost of anything else 10, 1845; Dist. No. C, Daniel ,A. was borne 'with'a fortitude that steers which. he. held by a rope.
should deprive a human being of, thatis I years ago was replaced by a'sub-
it
Finding
is old friends *at home" In celebratingthe McDavid commissioned September perhaps 'none would have submittedto necessary to let, down

event of this day;we have simplyto his'that person no man property shall ,be or condemnedin reputation 10, 1845; Dist., No. ,6, John :AtcN a1, ?ta> tial brick building, at a cost of but a dispirited and impoverished some bars he, took, a turn of the
not forgotten you 15000.00 but too small to ac-
have was
say that we that have without notice and an opportunityto commissioned September 10. 1845, people. In 1876 the democrats assisted rope around his leg and at that Instant .
are'pfOUd to know you
and comodato the officers of the
county
not forgotten'us. May the time spent be heard. This principle is so rooted Dist No.. 6, John Munroe conunisison3d by most of the decent ,white something frightened the steer -
and grounded In every idea of justlce and ,did not. afford protection for important .*.. the farmer .
on this visit be filled with the choice September 10, 1845; Dist. No. 7, republicans of the state,' by their on- began a wild and erratic
that it Is an indispensable element public records and was deficient -
recollections of the past and the Joy of lames Clark commissioned Septem- ..vided efforts redeemed the state journey over the ground and
of its nature and the recognition
-
of;JyoreV ; in architecture from start to
meeting friends left in
: fact that we live in of this principle is by no means er 10, 1845; Dist No. 7, Robert H. from.misrule, thereby causing anotherera was a very dilapidated condition
It Is a happy !fuf !1. That building is now being
confined to the courts, incumbent indeed. His neighbors to
land where the nor Williams commissioned to dawn. came
A
September
land of liberty.
a on them 'alone, but its absence from placed by this magnificent temple
has assistance
they him
gathered and
people congregate where 10,1845 Dist No. op
may ; Benjamin Gran- The democratic party of Florida estalished -
the administration of other branchor .
is modern' and
which
any of
Justice,
asotBey
great laid him
please and In numbers as department of government must -ham.; October 31, 1845; Dist No.1, dateIn a wise,conservative and honest together. and after he had '
molest 6r architecture in allf
with none to1 JP-u: its revived.
pleaser one of them asked him
necessarily work open avenues ) why
exercise of that freedom wrong Hemmingway commissioned Octo- government", which restored confidence '
restrain the of corruption, falsehood and intrigue, ) its departments, and affords an off he ,had done so foolish a thing. He
to be jer 31 1845 DisU
that belongs to us and ought ; No.2. John J. ana caused capital and immigration ,,
and to civil af- flee for each county officer! Jury
bring disrepute our replied "Well I had not, two
rocker, commissioned November 4, to flow into tne state. And, gone
belug. fairs. rooms and waiting rooms etc, and rods 1 mistake."
1846 Dist. No. 2 J. C. Stewart millions of ;dollars before seen my But
;, com- notwithstanding
The men In wise counsel. 'No. matter what, charge may;; be suitable offices for the judge of the we are rejoiced have to this
: ; 'against any one how nissioned November 4, 1846. was swept by two bank'failures come
brave-in war'and itshardships.who; a brought nor Ifth judicial circuit court of Florida I away 'enterprising capital of the
century and a thirdago.'seeking| not guilty puchr one may be* common Coroner-John A. Rice commissioned rid :In Ocala by the freezes of 1894-95. county of

this liberty for themselves ulone. ,;:,but decency, 'orderly? government, the pro- 14 states 'attorney. I and the. destruction of the best, portion Marion, to have experienced your
to' the welfare of the future tection of 'the lives and liberty of the January 1846. Although the building as a whole hearty welcome and generous hospitality ,

generations looking that would people this l law-abiding men and women of our Marion Rangers-Joseph B. Brown will practically be a fire-proof building of Ocala by fire Marion county and if one. should' come- to us Y

mighty domain, come, Into our minds land, require ,that that one shall havea -aptain, commissioned September 15, as a wise precaution of absolute :rose above these disasters and Is now
and tell the
that
V :s : ,thls\;iccasionj and:to their memory fair opportunity to make defense, 1845; William S. Murphy, 1st lieutenant ?afei- vault mace has been providedcr I girdled with railroads and prosperous? us mocking bird had -
; -
11re" would tribute of gratitudeand When'that right ceases to exist our lost its voice of song that the flow
pay ,a towns have sprung ap as if by magic
patriotic devotion: ., ,To ,their wlst republic Is 'gon ." It Is, to preserve commissioned September 15. the different, offices for all Imoruu.t ers no longer pleased'the eye or-
tomake the weak 1845 Chas. L .Powell 2nd lieutenant throughout ,the county.L Ourpeople
Bfdote and courage'we'owe the right justice and law, to protect : ; records. gave forth sweet odor that mature

laws ,that suit us. andthe. rightto" and ignorant that,, we. 'build thesetemples commissioned September 15, 1845.. As this address will. be rtepositetj in as a whole are out of debt", many of had "back herself 'that the
wherein the .accomplishmect :| of justice and they, and what 'whom have deposits in one or more gone on _
build houses John G. Reardon, clerk of the cir ,
t the co per stone and ,be read by
may
to be to of the Had left their
af the purposes of these they represent ought sacred of our four substantial banks. We pearls ocean ,
cult court apointed county
:home should that was treasurer seneratians et to'come., as a raemen- ;
-
_: laws may be bad. and our own eyery American. We see ; habitation some of us might believe
those our laws fair" to all. and that Februray 20, 1846 and S, F. have a scnool system that is efficiently
government carried on. May ;are :a to the memory of: the patriotism, nim, but If some one should come to
men ever be held in grateful .remembrance only men of 'true sense "of Justice Halliday was appointed clerk of' the ;sacrifices hardships and peril of officered which in educational facilities
and tell that the
f '"In the hearts of the American are permitted. to' control our 'publicaffairs circuit cou'rt. and, Cotton Rawls dropped hose grand men. who 'brought their'auiilies Is equal to the most advanced Marion us connty us were 'lacking'In, people of

':asthepurposes.thatactuatedPthem : counties of the state. We have sixty warmhearted
i out of the records com ,
and prindples 'of 'It this. buildIng as county and established homes with- hospitality would hurl
; the, ,Is in the hope that and the we
miles of' good roads good
Government restablished, bY.there
rol- the rnen of the nationjre;, aw ty are erecting may ever be kept pure. The county commissioners _of Marion fur: county, who, 'as pioneeVs of civiizattnxt work continues. ready see' the light reflected from the

Safe; a departure from* them, ..leadQltdjour tree which, of, injustice," and .t.be. citadel maY to county'Florida, at a regular meet cast. their destinies in' a wil- Did time permit I would- briefly ,re-: golden dome of this building, raising
.ruin:: all alike' of our people "
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pu't.; assigned, to me a t .this come to defend,their, ;lives liberty, ing held at Ft. King, February 20 ernest country.'where .they;often had view' some of Marion county's vast its shining shape In the midst of a ,

,ttme_ The may ;call::simplyford exyre property and 'character; that Ocala 1846, took such' official action ,as:was o place the families. In forts constructed and diversified resources consistingin this beautiful city. In Imagln&Uoa _

-Soliof,; the "crat our citi- welcomes' you- to ,the exercises ,of this necessary to authorize John Gt Rear of logs in the form of part ,of its agricultural 'and horticultural we .can' see it raising its Impressive ;

y 7 ,.zeuln' baying )'ou'vluitour'cityr enjoy and occasion.., ... don, county treasurer, to eater f.rbtt' ,tonses_ 'vlth- ''port DholesJ at' convenient productions its untold mil. tower towards the clouded canopy
1lC:our;deia that: you it -; : through'whlc lions of, phosphate lime' 'and timber'
: .with
t,'" "' rerpre a r2 !- e the government !the"United. State* ustances'apart, by day and the starry decked heavens '

:..;"">,,,",, '' :. F:yoyuJs e 1..z.ribut l'wm- Yegture t..: (real 'i_ H01l..*- H.,W.; Long -on behalf, of the the east !Half. of the 'northeast 'quarter ;he_ "''trusty 'rifle, ',and flint 'andsleel, its manufacturing and Industrial en by night as though it were the flad' -

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=: ,OCALA'8ia,; 'DAY. Tampa on his, ;journey.northward. He wasaid s ,against ;the .settled,policy' of our Mr. and Mrs.'T. ,R TO'fer.\ol- Floral .. COUNTY: COMMISSIONERS.Special ; iDistrict.No. 19. 4ABlalr .

that' the*arinala state that quite overnment. and' was making the City,. were 'vlsltors to}focsla' .Tues: ;' w. m .. ..removed -:
(CONTINUED..FROM: PAGE 13J a pretentious Indian village : l Meeting 'to Revise 'the.Regls: Bla +onc.-UM .
..... : ... was biggest trust. on record and cited the iIare and were rejisterttl at the :. .' SI. .oo. .removed.
-"'- -- trationtLIst..; BlaiiJas..1F
ger
numanltyr 'the. only! real :source of.truth the Hillsborough bay ,and it was of Mr. Bryan as !'being strongly I \'"'The.bo rd of county-'commissioners' Berry Chas :.'. .. .. ..removed. _

and of perfect and absolute called. Ocala, which translated into against this .policy. He said that Messrs.. McGehee .& Mayo, of, Sum- met', in special :session' on this date Cox', f. J. .. .. oo. .removed. x:

.. ''justice.. English means. rich or fertile' .land. it was against the'spirit of the teach merfield and J3eUevi w., ,have purchased -! for the purpose-.of revising the .registration Chace, D. 'W. .. .. .. ,removed

,He< complimented Ocala on her eyi- ings of Jefferson and ,the naval, 'storeSj business of books, and thereupon upon Cox, John H. If. .. .. ..removed..
,I'' amproud'. that. this Grand ,.Lodge > was thorough- motion, it was ordered that the foll Carley, J. 'W. ... ,moved i
dance of progress and.told .about, his Hti Dj; Evans &, Co, .. dear ConanL u E
.
and entirely
.
ly.efforts : undemocratic. :
Is' names be stricken- and tbat ,
lowing Carter Chas.
to lay the corner: stone .of, this ; *f- ,. .. ... .
3 building; ram'proud.'too; ,of .the'fact in securing the:; appropriation Mr. Beard. made a very fine and, This Is a.fine'property c and id a'e.ryA. the names be 'alphabetlc 1l publish) Dyle, Richmond;*-. .'"%, u*'* .removed.

that carved the everlasting stone jog. our.' government building and the able legal argument!!' and was frequently location. I ed, as required bylaw, / Davenport W. S. ? removed..

upon Measure' It.gave him to do. so applauded <, District 'No. f.'. Dillard L. M.f. .., '.-ft. .removed.
.and was complimented .1
.of its.walls the ;name-of your' honored Congressman Sparkman made 'Mrs.-1 E. C, ,Welsh, who, has. been .. .From A_ -toM. : ,,' fAlwbrtn > Freeman: ,!'Jo n, I".11 t iPf'{.removed.
fellow :.citizen' .and one of our best a: on 'all :sides for his splenr W spending the summer' with her parents R.:C. . ; .. .removed- : ; Freeman/Burt .?. : ...removed

.1 'beloved :Past Grand :Masters Henry' ery .happy speech. which was listened effort. Ha was entirely courteous to at German Valley, N. fo; has returned Alwordth, R. .C. _. .. .removed, Gild, John. ..oo . removed. '

.w ,LonI. to attentively and was; much,, apreclated. Mrs Broward and during the arguments Addison, Samuel .-. & + ,.<.- .; t dead Goodwin;; Arthur, 'I' ..,. removed '
_' :;" .' of both gentlemen no harsh home. Mrs 'Welsh, went as Atkinson,. J".*H. C.* ,:. .." ,..r moved.# Gary w Henry,? |.. :$ .. .' .removed. -
'traces
'Masonry'through ;tradition i Mayor McConathy' then stated nor undignified language far a: Charleston and accompanied Burnett D. 'G. u H .*'> ? .. ..dead. Gatland E. C:. . . .removed.
was employed
";:orldn'througb; 't11.8' almost forgot. I his ,wife from that city, Brown C. M. .. .. ._ .removed. Gardemn, E. C. . ? .removed..
that
*..teDc nturi 8.of 3,000 years. Why has I the great debate on and no epithets were Indulged in. Cox,' W. M. .. .. .. : .removed. ; Gunn FreeS M. .-. .. .removed.
I :Jie drainage of the Ever. Mr. Broward spoke again for'half Cleveland R. H. ., Hector Jos. H .. .
s this great fraternity been thus perpet- Gen W.. H. Seabring, former frequent ? ," .remqve'd. .. ;..removed.
glades would take place and that Crutchfield 'C.. ... Hyd ,,. .
.,:uate.dBecause. it. Is founded upon an .hour. and before the conclusion of visitor to Ocala, wis here, to'at Kifi.removed..; .J\\.T, *$ ." removed.
Campbell R. B..R .. .removed Johnson,# J ohnr f- h. .
Governor Broward would speak first, his speech :called for ca vote for and removed
.the' 'immutable rock.of truth: on the altar occupying one hour to be.followed. tend the laying of the cornerstone Draggers, J. J .: .. .; ..removed.Durrance. ; Johnson Frank, .V ,. removed
_, Is against, the proposition and It is ceremonies Gen1.' 'Searing candidate F. Mote D. C.
of every Masonic lodge spread was, W"-. $ : removed, *.,.i.i .removed
: the boly..scriptures'accepted by us as by Mr: Beard in a speech of an :hour claimed by his >followers that it waslargely for the legislature in the recent Dodd US.- .' .; '.". ::remov d. 1, Morrison; Johri,-'";ts -/S* removed _

guide :of.'ourfaith: ,and practice 'Be-: and a half and the governor wouldclos'e carried in his favor but the primary in Duval county andpave Flynn R.. E., .. ., .J J .dead.! McCully- -."-. .; ? ..... removed

the. debate In a speech, of, thirty friends of Mrt Beard claim that the Hiller, Edd. > .-. -,. } -.revomed. Robinson Robert .. .removed,
cause there? has been and:there is .no minutes. Judge Farris' a very close race. Hammond, W. B. ,. ,. ,j .removed. Ricker.XL.; .. . ... ._,_\ .
Jnbtilutlca among' men,, which so lovingly vote was about equal and that the' The General Is holding (his age :welL! Hardy W. J., .. f..n i. .dead. Smoak -W. H.-, d.. 'oo .removed?.

and'eamestly teaches 'the-:fath- Mayor McConathy then introduced honors were eveiu King B. B. .. . .. '. ; .removed... Simmons i John,v: *.;. ., .'.removed.

erhood of God and 1he,brotherhood.of Ck>v. Broward, who- was. welcomed During the more than .three hoursof Messrs.,, S. A. Rawls & Co., and. Ley, E. L. . *,. ... ..removed.Lipsconib : Simpson John F. ? ,. ?,, .removed..
with loud and hearty, .applause.1Mr. this discussion the audience retained Mr R. S. Hall have moved'their' of-- ,. W. Hi? ..; ./ :!:. ,,.removed. Simpson, Henry .. '.fc .t ..removed ."'

Lindsay,. W. C.- .. freD1o d.1 Turnley, John .. .. removed.
.man.This: Broward said that,.as. he was their seats and some, were so ice temporarily into one of the of ;
she ,has done throughout the Little, H.. W. ,. ... ,.removed. Whlppell; Geo. 'L.removed.
1 limited in his remarks he would, proceed much interested that they asked that flees in the rear of the Teapot Gro H District No. 21.
ages' of her-existence; unchanged byr (From M to Z),

'political policies', of the state, undismayed without any circumlocution to the, 'discussion be continued from, the cery. As soon as.the new offices i in Mente Otto, ...,, ? 19 ,. removed I Gore W. H .. . .removed. 1

byl;anathemas of the church the core of the matter. He I said piazza of the Ocala House after supper. the Holder block are ready for 'occupancy MoodYt E. W. .. .. .,. .,removed. Summers Ben, . removed. If'

'j that these lands had been deeded to they will move into that Moody S. D.,. ., . .)' ..removed. District No. 26. '"
mt
and. for the unborn ,centuries that are Moody J. Pier Brinson, J. B. .. .
,
OJl. removed .removed
? .
ladies
the state of Florida the Many sat thet'enfire
have
by generalgovernment through building and will a elegants
to come from-the womb of timethin very Mitchell Barrow, J. F. .. ..1
yet ._ T. ,A. .. .., .. .removed ? ,, .removed '
*will, great lesson with Its gospel : for the purpose of .drainage proceedings and threw their, favors ,lta of rooms. McCraney Ed.'. u ? '. ...removed.McGahagin Beckett, C. L' ... .-. ? .; %removed.Beck In

..of J peace,- love' 'and fraternity "be .and reclamation That the most first to pne speaker and then to W. E. _.,. ... ..removed.. A. J. ., .. ., .. .removed.. no
of these lands. had been given away the other.In Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Strauss and McWhorter, Hardy. .-removed.: Cork S. C. ,'.-. .. .. .dead. Fe

-_ ,perpetuated through 'her unchanged by the different legislatures to vat the evening the Metropolitan their pretty little .daughter, Constance, Pooser, J. A. ?. ... .removed. Cornwall R..A.. ., '. ..removed.
,
t and unchangeable principles?! ,An returned' home afternoon Stone Spencer C. ? .. dead.. Estridge IL W. .'. ..removed. If
Tuesday
ous, railways and other band, led by Prof. W, A. Gardner v. fe.
American Mason 'should be 'preeminently ) corporationsbut musical Sterngerber, J. S. : ?remov'gd. Goodwin W. .. .oo ,. '.. .removed. re
a patriotic citizen.. Of the that he .had 'succeeded, as he had director .and assisted by Prof.Nejwsom from Cincinnati 0. Mrs. Strauss Staten, J.. .P. .. ... .removed.. Harkness. H.Ft .... ,. removed \1
,
who promised, when making his canvass s of Jacksonville, gave a and little girl have spent the summer Terrell, J. B. .. t. :removed King, Peter, .. . .. ..removed. bt

,f 56 patriots and'brave'' men. signed for governor in rescuing some of concert at the fire station part The ,with relatives In that city and Zewadskl, W. K.. . ,. ., .remov d. Martin R *D. .' .. ;. .oo .removed.. .
# ,the., :declaration of independence, District No. 3. Montgomery B. .
M. .
.
t at other northern and eastern resorts t ..removed.
these lands for the,, and that music was excellent and .
>52 of-them-were'Free .Masons.; When people greatly enlived. Bouchellon, B. F, ., ? '.. ?.removed.Beal Robinson. ;R, E.-L. .... ... .reproved ctd
j( the' constitutional convention 'met the work of draining them was now The following program was and Mr. Strauss went up several C. G: . ..rem v Sclater. 11'. E. ..- tfc ., ..removed. ot

and which framed the constitution of La. 'progress.. He said that he was .doIng rendered: weeks ago for a short visit and I Cooper, T. L.. ? ,, ..removed. Simmons;J. N. .. .;" .. ., ..rernoYed. -2 w

this, not to gratify his own _ambition March-"Dixie Girl." to accompany them home. Clark, Henry, .. .,removt'd' Stevens,J. E. '; .. ... .. .removed
our country,: the greatest charierever but to .do something for the Waltz=! "Remembrance of Carver S. M. ; ... .,.r@movg d. Tillman, J. W. '.. h. .. removed. '::- bt
'drafted ,by 'the" wisdom,of man;' Naples, Mr. E. P. Pittman ha: ; establisheJa Hayes, Homer L. ? . ..remov d. Turner, E.. J. .. f. ., ..removed. : P'
{ of that;'convention of 6? members, 54 gOOd of the people who had elevate Bennett.' fine 'furniture emporium at cOleman Hunt, A. F. .. . . .removed Truel, Calvin, .. .. '. .removed. t1;

of/them'were Free Masons, .and "Tie him to the office of governor of the Selection-"Black Brigade" !' Hall, C. C. . ... .-, .removed.. Waites,.J. M. ,. .. f. ? .'.removed. d;
in Sumter county and is using ,
sta\e. He -read an official document Selection-'.TJ e Troqbac or." Harris, J. C. ., .' . removed District Na -23. -
ry :a: todayglory) in the work'.of our forefathers showing that the, flfirst resolu Cornett Duett Bolero, by -A. Gerig the columns of the Sumter County Smith, E. L. -.. ..... ; ". -.removed.. Beal C. W .4 ... .. '. .removed. fa

;lire :prod that: we'are MajBonsrand ( very Times to acquaint the people of Sum Sercey William, .. .removed. Stevens c.. C. ... .. ., ... oo. dead. f b1
?
.should endeavor' |o'omulate Uon introduced, .in the first legislature Watterson. Tucker. ter county with' the fact. Edd has Sercey Geo. W. ;, -;. .removed. District. No. 27. It

them In :our endeavor for the corn- after Florida. had been admitted Overture-"Thev Monarch," intro the spirit of the modern businessman Scarborough, Joe, .. .. .. ..removed. Brinson C.- w. ; .'4'.t .removed 1

'coon good. into .the ,Union. wasabout,\ aboutdraining ducing many of the latest New York White J; ;. R.. .. .. ..remove Bennett, G..; S. .. .. rf ;. ..removed. u
the Everglades and this res and is applying it judiciouslyand District No; 7. Call, -F.-C. .. .., .. .. ..removed.
'.While it:.Is" true that tats great fra: the hits.Medley of Southern persistently and is bound to sue Brown, Joe, .. .. ... ..-: .dead. Haliday, R W. ., .. .. ...removed. t1
plution prayed general Fongs. ,
ternUy 'does not enter into politics, govern c ed. Bateman, Paul D. ., :. .removed. Mathews Frank, ? ,. ., .trtmoved. 1,

Nyet: lt-la' ; encumbent upon each one ment..to. have the same surveyed: March-"Rolling Home" and Dixie Glint, Z. . .. ::. ;,;.dead. McDonald/: ..:'. ,. ...rfmoved.DiED. r:
Y looking to the final drainage and re Hagin, Adolphus, ,. .dead '
i '
of us'and uponeach one of you, my Miss Pauline Sullivan has 'gone to ? ? ? It
:fellow .. clamatlon. That it had been a live North ra olina Cotton Men's Assocla* Mathews, William ? .. removed d. .
cUitens, to resolutely set the St. Petersburg to'speud a couple of Mathews A. A.. . t;
.
d.
remove Wednesday iuornl
f question from that ,day to this andthe tlon. *r, October 17,
ieil'fit '
our Individual disapproval upon weeks with Miss Jessie Palmer. 'District No. 9. b
her home Hill
is the: -wroag-doer'and-- ;; 'to. uphold the' only way to determine whether Special to the Ocala Banner; Bush G.: B . .. .removed. !at. at Onondaga Julia f

T 'hand; of :th..fmn '>6r menrwto' are, or not these lands could'be drained Charoltte N. C., Oct. 16-A very Mrs. Tt D. Bryan and children returned Bush' J. G. ..- . '.. ., .removed. T. :Muuroe: aged elfiatyrtwo years a

'' ,endeavoring'to:lead'in'the right and reclaimed was to make the ef large number of cotton growers and home -Tuesday afternoon after Bush, M.- D. >.. v. .. ..removed.d. wife of the late Allen Munroe. of

? .path.' fort, which he'was.now doing having others i1arctal In the cotton industry Bush C. D. .. ,., .. .dead; Syracuse, N. Y. a
:
j s'wlir fares the'land to hastening Ills a visit to relatives at Grove Park.
t
Blue C. -.. .. .- ..' :. dead.
,
r >) a greywhere wealth, ;accumulates. andmen Seen commissioned to do so by a met here today in the Assemblyhall Clements, Chas. ',.. .. .'.. ,. .de d. Funeral services were held at :J

!"decay." majority of the.vote. of. the people [of the Southern Manufacturer'sClub Messrs. S. T. Sistrunk,. C. L. Ste- Dykes J. E. .. H ? .removed; Grace 'church on 'Thursd. ,1, morning

'Thlsr"occaion'7te ( of the state. when. it was decided' .to .to rut trunk and Henry Sistrunk are enjoyIng Freeman, S. C. ., .' ; .removed.. at eleven.'clock.
significant
as an t
:
.' *.educntorut..what'. la'best" ,in- American. Ho then told of the dredge. which the North Carolina Cotton Manufac-" a visit from their mother Moore Harris,, J.H.H.:H..; ... ?. '.. removed.removed. Interment will be at $yracnse, N. V, 1

and: lodge will was now, at work and the. one that tne association as explained' at the will be .here' several days ,and is !at ? '
citlsenshtp this grand Pendarvis G. W. ., ., .\- .removed. Err: H U. l lleton J
i : "'with'ancient. .tcrm"ind'ceremorydclate'tpe ; : e. will soon be. at work the length and meeting,. is to cultivate clearer relations whose home is at; Month rook. She Kusselh. Chas. W. ? :removed of Tampa It 1

:ethlcsi) &uty.ot'th1sbuild.. depth of _the canals he proposed tc ,among manufacturers and promote is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. ,T. Starke Jno L. ., .. ? removed.. speeding, a "few days' with his Ocala 1

'' better understanding and unitedaction Sistrunk.Tuesday'. Smytbe,. T. C. ? .. removed. lends. v Aa .
c ing'to stimulate a:desire to shape'ourI dig and ,the length .of time ,it wouldtake District No. 10.

Fiery?action.agreeably:.to the cohuipnjood. to'.complete' the work.. He said 'upon various matters, ,of vital Fort, Oliver, .: .removed... t
? Mr
: that these .valuable interest in the state. The: visitors afternoon Mr. Gordon S. Smith P. .. :. and Mrs. Walter Bishop and 3
.' 'Let us, by such. consecrating were lands: and .,. .dead.
: ceremonies ,}(keep l alive cOntention' for that they were now only' assessed at were entertained in a lavish style. by Scott Mr. E. P. Thagard .and Mr. N r, Wright, Frank, .'. .... .. .. ,.removedl otiiareu have returned. home iron a -:
the citizens .of charlotte.; I. Gottlieb, on the part of tha local l 'District No. 11. shrrt lut to Mrs. Bishop's father
the"5 common;,good until our: cootsdons n twenty-five cents an acre: but .when 1
Blodgett, J. S. i. .. .removed.. Col. hick
Masonic lodge, met the visiting Mason ; ? Darco, at Crystal Rlrer.
shall become that. noble'contention drained would be worthas many do. Reynodls, H. S. . ,removed. 1
Tn? chaiiiber of commerce of Galveston ? and took them for a drive 'ito jI
or 'rather emulate as tare per acre and as the owners of District No. 12.

_ ? ;to'who can(work and best agree. ThIa' st these lands would be.the beneficiaries s Texas is receiving many letters Silver Springs, which was very much Blodgett.J. F. oo. ? -. .. .vremoved. "Roaring ,Bill" Kennedy of l ua 't
t indicating a widespread Interesthl'fe enjoyed by the visitors. Callgrove Silas, :. ..removed., ball and loot ball
; fame
of the he It. who
: 'this' drainage ,
thought was
the purpose ;of building; for was re- I
Callgrove' T. F. . .
city on the part'of the wouldbeinvestors. : remov d. .
the general;good. We;have come only fair that they should pay thetaL McRae, John .. ported killed as the 'result of tojorie c
10-1 removed
....gether.In''God's_ name;,tn the name : 'That Lake Okeechobee.: whichcauses Mr. Crover Spencer has returned McRae, W. C; ., ?. ?' .?. '. ;removed ? received in a foot ball cam In j

: to the overflow of these lands home from Asheville, N. C.; where he District.No. 13. : Philadelphia ,recently jrntea letter
all. .that Is best and .great, bull-4 "' Hearst' has ceased to be joke. ; It id
t ;and, keep :It*.for .the, commongood.. and is the key to the situation.Is more a has been working'for several months Graham, Marlon, .. :remov to friends In Gainesvllld that h. is .

_ : : than! ,21 feet higher than the sea and The Wisconsin Mr. Spencer will as soon as he: can Gunter, A. T. . :.removed. anything but dead and
j Because of .this >,we lay the 'corner: Central railway Martin,, W.. L. .. ., .f remove wants tie re -s
h 'stone I that the lowering of this iake"was 'was : get his store in readiness, open a port corrected. He he
1: of this court house i in e-pecU mpany formally transferred into Blassingame, C: F. ,. ? removed says' will be 1d J

-itIon.'.. tbatt 'will .pmtncrr. a characteraad the easiest''big job'"that' was e\'er.un.: I the control of new Interests at the bakery and candy kitchen in the-La Roe, A. L. -. . .. ....removei. .. in:' Florida' this' winter. I

J citizenship consistent:wIth American :- dertaken.. !annual meeting of 'stockhelder, Fayette building opposite the furniture i. Thomas J. E. ,{ ? ? ; ,.removen d. 1

Turner E. R. .. .., t. ....removed.
store of Messrs. :
Pittman So .
& ,
,Ideals.and framed :after-th lofty The..governor covered his, full hour which was held at the general offices District No. Ao Automobile Tour :
14. ,
.,; pattern set before us br,the 'immor- and, punctuated his .remarks with of the corporation in Milwaukee W, Mr. Spencer has already had some experience Simms, Jas. W, -.. ? .. -..remove d. Edd 'Carmichael and Qua Haley, of t

t I tal;:names,not I''born. to die. several anecdotes, and ,altogether" ills: A- Bradford, jr., is to be the rip w In the: bakery business and District No. 16. Ocala; arrived' 'In th'city Tuesday

The former cnalrmens of the speech. j1dgingfrom the applausi e president. since leaving Ocala he has devoted a Moore, J.' P. .. ,'. .. :. -.. .dead. morning.l They: came through la Mr.

I- boards he received,, fell on willing good deal of his time to learning .thoroughly District'No. 17. Carml hael'a. Northern
A of county commisisoners were ; ears. automobile ,
_ The canal commission has issued this business., His frieridshope Atwater, H. A. '. :, ;,rem v'd. leaving
''then Introduced: and bowed their l on. John 3- Beard was next Introduced Cornell Ocala Monday afternoon
M. J. .. ...
_ invitations for proposals to he will be H ".removed.
completethe
successful t in
'.acknowledgements.' They were by ,Mayor McConathy. very Gooden, Burrell, .. H"" .:remove They are/'on a brief tour 'and left Intheafternoon

_ } Messrs._ So :Benjamin Frank Harris.LouisJ Mr. Beard .is-a gentleman of refined Panama canal All proposals his new business venture Godson Harry .,- oo.. .: .>removed. for High .Springs. From
must be in by noon of December 12, ( Hall Daniel; ,.' _' .. High..
Foe D. A. Miller= E. L, Caraey features and commanding ,remove d. Springs they-.will proceed down
,
appearance and a certified check for $200,000:: Mr. B. S. Weathers,. who has been Heath, E. .. / ? .,. ... .removed. the west
/ and:W. E. Allen. and he was also received'with Hamilton, 0.:'S. coast- division 'of the At.
must accompany 'each bid. The successful with the Bultgenbach Phosphate company .. ;. ..removed, l L-mtic..
: After::'excellent, music by the baud a full measure of applause. Johnson, Frank -.? . removed.I Coast TJne 'to DunaelTon, from
for i
bidder must give a. bond of some time, having headquarters H '
S
-.t",'the formal, ceremonies of laying the Jones, D. A. whence! they will .return
: He conceded for the sake of I ? ? ? removed: .to ...Ocala.Mr .
argument $3,000,000. Dunnellon
at has resigned !Kates W. M. . -',. I
',corner;tone In 'accordance with the '...removed.i CarmIchael's
,' that the drainage of the Everglades his position with this company and i Lamb i, J. M. .. .,- .. .,removed. machine III. a

-'beautifulritual of, the Masonic 'order was feasible and practicable Secretary Moody will quit the prec1.ident's has accepted one' with the Ocala IronWorks Lee, M, L. .. .. ,, .. ,.. .remov -oOJ. 'one.; efghteen orse-p wer..J'i.nd

{ ,' ( *wer :Jroceeded..with and.'a bout ,and the ,lands were as. rich as cabinet on January 1, 1907. in this city. Before Meadows, E. R. ... .. ...removed. plows, thro'i h' the heavy''rcada with .

_ one o'clock .the work was declared claimed for them by Governors Brow. resuming- Martin, W. H., ., .: ;.removed. se-Caine8Ville, Sun, ." .

',finished.., ." ord.c ills new duties he will go away ,to SfshYLB- '? .. ..removed. ,.. .. ,- .
-- Mme,. La Marquise de Wentworth, have his eyes treated by a specialist t JM. .. .,. .. ? ..removed.. '
The' ,usual" badges, memorials et ., He addressed himself almost en. of Paris, is painting a portrait !of Scarborough. W. H.. .. ? ,removed. A'great. number of rery pretty tri,

I 'of-the.order, .the local newspapersa"bible Urely to the legal aspect of the qua Roosevelt. .He gives her daily sitMr.. '''John T. Lewis of Moss Bluff, Stuart, M. J. . .. ;.remove lutes are; being l paid to." the'memory

r and- the Daughters or'the Confederacy : lion, claiming that the lands were .1n: tings. than whom there Is not ,a more popular Stroud Thompson, Major, ? ? .. ..den d..' of SagP, Jones by the. press allover
M. .
,
,. .. .
.dead: the country. ;" .
memorial .U
and roster, et&, litigationand had. been ceded,. whet] man in the county, was'among the = .
'" .,.. .
-- ,were'deposited": in the metallic 'bO I, er rightfully or wrongly by .Mrs. Newcomb-Barco is with relatives many loyal Marlon,, countyites who .

s, 'which.ir placed In the'corner stone, the'past legislatures to var. at Titusville and expects .to attended the barbecure and saw the .. ..5'. .

- jNK&8t gas then announced and dons railways and other corpora; spend the' winter in that city. laying of, the corner' stnoe Wednes. .' "

r: 'the several. thousand'present re- tlons. He opposed the policy of drainIng day.

'pan ,to.. the government ',lot, wherethe these lands at the cost of several Senator elect D. H. Baker, of. Orange
New
.". "baibecue Vas spread., millions of dollars to the' people of Home, Sumter county Isn Rev. Sam Jones died before he lost Furniture Just :In'L; ; :

'' 1." Owteg w. )(, thVraln., the. 'committee. inchargevofthe Florida until the titles to them were Ocala for the laying of the 'cornerstone his remarkable hold upon his fellow

r ., 'dinner. found some dlf- decided ,by the courts, which woul ceremonies. ; creatures; before his IntellectUalfires ,

: )Acultr. :,p ring'\the. meats; rap)d. be done in the course of a short time began to pale; he died when at ". > -..v.. .

..YS :lye eaotuhbUt:, ;by the exercising of a He'aa1d that Judge Swayne_ a f edare l J. Hal Bumsey, editor of the De- the height of .his fame and glory- Weare nowpreparedto'make *- '

;little ,patience, everybody. was Anally i Judge off one of. the'lower courts'had Land Mercury, 1& In the process bf hence he died at a good time and\ MOSS'MATTIESSESthe

t served.llad, c ; the, ,weather. 'been. fathe.diuaer t already rendered ,a, ,decision. to the having greatness thrust upon hr>n by leaves behind him an immortal repu.. '. I kind that:>ill lust also! ,

would. have been served I titles of these lands .in favor of the his eneaies. ,'-Tampa Times. I tation. : to dean 'and. renovAt. .
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'ytomptly'but'the: :people sympathized i L. &: N. ..railroad and that if this de old enes We buy and sell ; >" _:
Mr. and Mrs.R, S. Half returned ;
frthe'commttteehi I clsion .was overruled by the supreme ve Mrs. A. S. : .
not
: ,- ;, the dlfficulties.tjtaybad ,- hom Brumby who spent the "*' i
"
; ''to: undergo and' everythinsjpassed : court the titles to. these lands from 'a short :vlsit to past two months visiting her daughters ,. <,-- : vr
? Hampton ...
offas I would vest in this railroad and h e Springs. They were accompanied Mrs. Second-Hand 4
., pleasantly as' PC s. : ,. H.. M Quarteraan,; Mrs. Furniture *' -
plbieeju did not the 'people of. FlorIda by their Infant son, Henry .7. ,
& derJ the'circumstances, see why Perry Beater and Miss" Hattie, Brumby . ;,.

; : ;f\);two'o'clock.! ,the people. _.again should put War hands down f in Harrington.. at Windsor Atlanta. and Athens. and can aye ,' ........
'JDet..a\, the ;court; house to' bear the theirpockets and..drain them for thIs Mr. (la* has returned home._ She stepped you money on this 'olai Vf! cds.
Albert Anson Graham .. g A
;debatg{onu he;draining':of the';Eve r- company. ;He also discussed minutely Ocala's 'staunch friends 'one of over In Jacksonville for"' a. day or 'great deal of stock .,.' : ,

glad* 'between' .Gov; Browardr. ..and' and at, length the proposed 'constituUonal .' from Gainesville, came down two 'on' her way home with her nelce. now on ,hand.: ;&)aa\ood; .as. J
: 'HoB.,' Beaxd 'amendment. and 'moo 'thi .. Tuesday. afternoon and the gar
; Joan'Jfii.; of Pensacola. to be present the Mrs. W. K. :McDonald.It .prices'are'so low that
at R'Wiil
'
'' new
&1othe drainage idiscusaionr people against its ;:adoption. because coure house i atirpffee you to

,bii- a*a.*-,.-,' .the.:_people. ,.bad''the; it. ;, tookaway from. the legiSlature' festivities:. learn: -hem., Five' itfa call. < "

_ur@' ,:p of, '.Utteaifl .to.our"'CongressMr .- theirightto: : ; ,direct the ,appUcadpnothef f ,Mr., D.. H. Irvine,. of Orange L is staged .that/the new electric .".: :

1iOD..j .,St...,.".",.JI;.-,Sp-rkmaD.. -- state funds' .and' placed,. .,it. in:' the arrived.., in the city Tuesday'to t, road will 'make the. distance,between --., : -
be
4Aotiwas',1 a..e41a1vit& pq. power.of:the drainage commissionand.gavejttoTithat :NewYork: and Chicago In' ten hours ,. .,' '
; :. present, at the.iaylng of, the.,oom&stone. the fare"winbe ".'.. .
) ten
and dollars -
.
; 8; .... f tt Mf.HiDeSoto's : '"body ..unlimitedLantfcnieroui This ; .. '. >
'. :.:.... d .. He was a guest at, the Monizuma 3I .r. f. Pittman& ...F ,
....;. ..... ... ti ,' Ower., saldl : road wnJ startle, "the transportation: _
I ., .. ., -,- ., 'H. ;; that. thiV hotel f < '. : .
,':'- ... 'v > '1 I world. .
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FLORIDA'S. PRESENT NEED. I THE HOMEWARD BOUND ,PEN NOTICE.
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Florida needs 'more farmers. This. A meeting of the board of county which dollars to
mean
eat state has room for hundreds ofatelligent I II It is Now Fly'lng'Fr m the Mainmastof !commissioners of :Marion county, you. Dropus
I Florida, held on Monday October 1, .
tillers of -
the soil, men the Battleship; Ohio. -
I 1906 the following named as
were
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: .jrho have syfflclent. capital to engage _. Inspectors and clerks of the general a card for quotations.
farming here as they:; would in the Special TO the Ocala Banner: election to" be held''in November,

them, middle or western states, Norfolk Va., Oct. 12.-With a 1906: MADE BY p HLALT146Zf LENS co. TOPEl kXAN. -- 3
Ocala Dist. No.1, box No. 1-C.
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fertile land is plentiful at such low "homeward bound" pennant five hundred LANGSWARTZ&C0
la M., Livingston J, T. Lancaster D. A. What Noted Oculist Said ,
the'/land and fifty feet length flying a
prices that Itself'may be
1 Miller, inspectors; J. M. Graham,
ioned as. the smallest item of ins from her mainmast the battleship clerk. Box: No. 2.-D.: S. Wiliams. of Health-Ray Lenses:

-"Fitment 'But this will not always Ohio has just left the naval -station John Pasteur, W. C. Jeffords, inspectors Only Exclusive Wholesale Grocers in Ocala
W. W. lyatt, clerk. "Material light is the bestlight
e_the case In time these lands will at Cavite, P. I., for Hampton Roads, ; '
Reddick Dist. No. 2-S. L. Friday, i that shines in a -
Va Before she steams past 'the .sate person's
thickly .settled and values will in-
; C. M, Cam, L. S. Light, inspectors;
|cease until it will exceed those of of the:. Jamestown Exposition to be Ed.-. Rou clerk.Flemington I eyes, and any material --

Cither, farming, states.. Taw farmer held at Hampton Roads on her way Dist. No. 3-W. D. used for lenses that will .

'who comes to, Florida, now and to th9'N rt lk Navy. Yards, .l hereby Mathews, C. H. Gray, Ben Mixson, properly,correct the error of -THE-
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will jr., inspectors; D. E. Mathews clerk. refraction and at the same
she have ploughed through nearly
mains right will not. fail In apreclation Cotton Plant, Dist. No.. 4-J. L. B, '
of the land for: the re- twelve thousand miles of .sea. Hudgens, J. F. Parker, J. H. Pierce time transmit material lightto I Hardware I

'iurris of his investment From, the Whenever the ship'enters port on inspectors; C. Y, Miller, clerk. the eye is, the best lense Marion) Gonpqy ,

her homeward the "homeward Romeo Dist, No. 5-A. J.. Markham,
:day he harvest ;his. first crop his trip : J. A. Wiggins, J.. B. McGehee; inspectors Wouldn't you like to see proof that ,
farm will not only .be., self-sustaining, bound', pennant having one foot of ; Joe J. Turner clerk. Health-Ray Lense."with transmit nat -HEADQJARTERs'a: ; ; := '

s r'uf will continually pour a golden length for every man 'and boy in her I Heidiville, Dist. No. 6-A. R. ural light and that the lenses in your =}

stream into the bank for him. complement will .be hoisted to the Brooks, H.. A. Ross R. 'D. Stokes, Inspectors glasses are not transmitting that American Wire Fencing.. .. .

; St.,:Johns county, in which St. Aug- mainmast head., This custom dates ; Charley Whiddon, clerk. light? I am prepared to' shaw you. '. .
Barnes
J. ,
Dist No. 1-T. Sash and Blinds
Shady, :
back .the earlist days of the Ameri- ; ,.Doors ,
tine is fthe county seat offers oppor- to John Morrison-- James Goens, inspectors That the lenses In your glasses do ,. ,
anities of.'this. 'nature In abundance.he can .navy and it has often been found ; J. M. Douglass, clerk. not transmit the health-giving light '''- Paints. Oils and Varnishes

county sparsely settled and is having carried such a large crew that Summer-field Dist. No 8F... W. is not a fault of any occulist or op :._ .

ipe .for 'development. There is, a she could 'with dIficulty'carry a long Davis, W. S. Grimes, L. B. Branch,, tician. There ,are .only two kinds of ,'. Mill and Mining Supplies
enough pennant for the entire crew. inspectors. ; S. J. Dillard, clerk. .
in St, Augustine for ses-Hea1th.R Lenses and
plendid market gla. ) regular
l Lake Weir, Dist. No. 9-Charle :
in the Red Sea or the .
products of the farm the great Somewhere Clements, J, H. Moon, H. H. Harris;, lenses. The perfection of Health- Turpentine Snpplies, -

'otels consuming enormous quantities Indian Ocean the Ohio will meet inspectors; W. E. McGahagln, clerk. Ray Lens has just been ,attained. ,' .
ipplng facilities are 'excellent ir i itome

i armoured cruisers outward bound forth tin, ,J. T. Lewis,. A. W.\Fort, inspectors I fit Health-Ray Lenses and guarantee .-- .
parts of the county, and will be !Philippines. Admiral Brownson'ssquadron : J. C. Pillans, clerk. satisfaction' or money refunded. : :/ GET-.OUR PRICES; -
Iorde4 other'sections as, soon as the Grahamville, Dist. No.. 11-P. L.
I unty is sufficiently developed to, consists of the ,crack cruis- Duriso B. I. Hull, p, T. Randall, in- Colored trade mark on each len3e.DR. '.
ers of the navy, .the West Virginia, [specters; B: L. Hickman, clerk.
usUfy them Colorado,: Pennsylvania and Maryland. Salt Springs, Dist No. 12=" W. P. D M. BONEY,. I Marion Hardware Company
the civil, war great plantains
to
pDioi
They have been slowly journeying to Williamson, D. E. McRae Enoch Gary Building, Ocala Fla. ,
flourished In St. Johns county.! Wells. Inspectors; Calvin Long clerk.
i i!; 'the lands 'were ;; allowed ',to re-: the east, stopping. 'Gibraltar; French' ::' Fort McCoy Dist. No., 13-W, S..

thprtmitW "\iniff Agrt3an3 talr, vherebeir officer Priest, G. D. Turner, Joseph Thomas;, ,
made t6 i"*ve b4en ", f hi.LV--entertained.. They inspectors; J.: W.. Stevens, clerk. It Will'Pay -
; but' little'eft rt i WT "v" '
ecertty
jm .rlf .
Dist. No. 14D.tH.
4J Springs,
J!axe !!oj ,st'e'm s fc r cian ports Orange
backthefrv
7 ring them previous Mathews, D. M. Waldron; L. T,
? ;When the Ohio and the armoured:
jrealth! producing'-condition.! In fact ett, inspectors; Frank Jordan, '
there will be a rousing b
cruisers pass ?ou1J"!
but Jt has clerk. '
bis is like a new country.
._ .. .:- q\;! ........... ...."""" .- : tng! .exchanged between''tbe ineaose Linadale Dist. No 15-Ct A. Me- :
ore'tn'b er;;< now,boutd t iatic waters dIt Craney, J. B. Booth, T. L. Johnson,
: nitles i .
fro t tJ on f C. McCraney, clerk. --
ftA7. :?**- =* 'iMBif W traiiiEg SS0iT the y long': "homeward bound"pennant inspectors;

theltoastSt> ..... Johns county, .affords, behind them. t Citra Dist. No. 16-W, J. Crosby,,, You have any Real Estate td
>leasures and profits' of both the coastinterior. 1 P. F. iSmmons Stuart Ramey, inspectors i IF .
When the battlesfiip: reaches the to sell
clerk. ,.
R. K. Wartmann
ci" .. Sugar' cane, cotton; po- ;
.i '>! I.Mediterranean it 'will be her first' appearance : Anthony Dist. No. 17-A. R. Grit
toes, fruits, in fact almost everyhinff In .those: waters. She was fin, E. C. Sims, Warren Milligan in: OR-, try FK
can be grown In abundance. J. D. Bassett, clerk. :
the Pacifific coast. at the Union specters; O,,
built
on I You're of
thinking coming
rain, however, while not 'yielding so Martin, Dist. No. 18F. M. Townsend
paeivily: to the acre as in some locale Iron Works In San Francisco. She I J. J. Knoblock W, P. Wood, inspectors IF to Florida for a home k
.. was. finished In 1904 'and put into : N. J. Townsend, clerk. t

..' -,-, gives satisfactory. results., commission in October of that year. ': Stanton, Dist No. 19-H. C. Morri OR ... q \ .
Where.neighboring farmers' come tor Allsopp, J. E. Adams, inspec- 5
: She has a full load displacement of son, W. ,
oitda and takeup adjoining'.farms i and carries 551 men, and tors. : Geo. E. Snow, clerk. You desire to invest in any ., .-
[ 13,500 tons B.
20-J.
1here{ as at home theylose .none of Blitchton, Dist. No. IF kind of Florida property,
the Maine
officers. Her' sister ships George, E. L. Ferguson, W. P. Ham
life
; associations' and '
thVol
.us" much pleasanter..' But very pleaa- the North Atlantic fleet and thus !clerk. TO SEE
|antJnew ,ties'are. ; formed here and the "* Belieview! Dist. No. 21-J. A.., Free ,
the Ohio reaches HamptonRoads i OR WRITE
when
> Joe Lucius, Inspectors
most' inexhaustible resources of this man, J; L. Wishnant,
-sho will have an opportunity ; O. M. Gale clerk:
Florida are, 'ever opening I
,"'- ction of for the-:first time of greeting her. two McIntosh, Dist. No. 22-J. W. Reed,
new and interesting features which the sisters as they will be brought together H. M. Estridge, J, S. Neal, 'inspectors J. ii LIIINGSTON &SONS
than compensate for .
l.i more sometime after hen arrival. ; W. E..Allen, clerk.
most V :radical 'changed : distance ahead of the Ohio Pedro, Dist. No. 23-S. G. Lovell, OCALA. FLORIDA.
,. St. Johns county 13"on an area of Some J. C. Perry, H. R. Shaw, inspectors; .'tw
<< the collier Brutus: is moving: slowly\ M. M. Proctor, clerk. 1 '
beginnini3tosmile FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK
and farms are .
development: ,' homeward. It Is probable that the Dunnellon Dist. No. 24-J. L. Leit- ,

| here only recently thewoods Ohio being much the fastest ship ner, I. J. Titcomb, H. D. Wood, in- 'Jerry Burnett, J BETWEEN

[ .held sway. There ,are stillthousands will overtake her before either reach Candler, Dist.. No. 25-J. N. MarshalJ.
awaiting cultivation 0. Hightower, Albert McLain, In- :
of: acres
the shores ,of the United States despite clerk. Merchant and New ,
-: &! the who are fi"t1 spectors; J. H Mathews, Jacksonville .York.
tanners
$ < official calls and stops enroute. spec'tors; W. J. Mixon,. clerk.
,.e' scene will have the advantage 'of The Ohio has been doing duty Sparr, Dist. No. 26-D. L. Grantham,

jph.. < 'c$. Ffectfong.-E Coast .Hoe the Asiatic fleet .almost asI I i J. Lovell, W, D. Emlnisor. inspectors; Tailoring. Calling at Charleston, 3. C., both ways.
of
t .
eeJrer. flagship S. E. Civils, clerk .122 FINEST ST2AUSE3S 127 TiE C9ASTWI3S SVIO!. Ju:
continually since receiving her first Eureka, Dist No. 27-E. E. Howard,I '
t commission. She is under command J. H. Prevatt Henry Dudley, Inspectors Ocala,Florida.
k DATES _ARE. POSTPON of. Captain Leavitt C. Logan aud has ; Irvin Wellhorner. clerk. i and THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN'. !INKS .-
Finest ;
Imported
warrant Levon, Dist No. 28-J. Y. Hicks/, ='
.t ate Reunion Confederate Veter" thirty-four: commissioned* and H E. Morris, .M. B. Pritchett,. Inspectors Domestic Cloths. i'Cutting -FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN ,

fans ,Will Be Held November 1314. officers. ; B. F. Turner, clerk. Jacksonville, Boston and Providence -
{ Kendrick Dist No. 29-0. B. Chap- a Specialty! and all Eastern Points. : :
1, Jack- Jewish Colony for New York. I pell, C. L. Whitehead, W. A. Finley Fits Guaranteed.
ii l Owing to the' holding of the Calling at Charle..tonafth, Way
C. C. Priest, clerk.
> fromwmber5 Special to:the Ocala Banner: I inspectors; Jr.
i vine carnival, which will last. L Dist. No. so-Henry :Seekanger -
.. York Oct.. 12.-Arrangementsare Martel -1 SEMI WEEKLY. S.1 L I Y G.S. -
to,,10. the state reunionmeeting New : M. P. Frink F. W. Blitch, in- .
,"' 'uf the United Confederyeterans being made for the formation of j ja 'spectors;; Arthur Cuthill, 'clerk. J 1 5o3thb731f..NNN.N..NN ............ ......"...............;.,.? Frrei Lewis War!, Otto
colony in. ,Nassau county, Fairfield, Dist No. 31-A. G. You e, waJamC\\\\ -
:;< : which'was to have been Jewish to be composed; of:Jews ,J. B. DeVoe, C. C. Wills. Inspectors; 1 b0tt1i71, d ........,..?.'........................... Fraa last of Catieriss Street; '1Jawa.1 iii' :
state,
.tnahs'city: on ..-, 10th and llthatmonth this Thecolonizing'scehme D. B. Payne clerk. BANK DEPOSIT \
has'.been postponed nnovember from the east side of Manhattan.started some I Geiger, Dist. No. 32-Charles Curry, $ -,, OO R. R. Fir Pill Note's II Clyde St. Johns River Line ,
t was H. R. Dreh W. W. Geiger, inspectors taken on tuition. BEST
13 to.14.preparations ., Jews: and cheapest on earth. Dont delay. Write.HaT. 1
among Roumanian ; D. R. Zetrouer, clerk.
,_r',..l ar? being; mad years ago were paidinto the treasury e", S. T. ''SISTRUNK, tEOiaiULABASA BUSINESS COlLEGE.]acoaJIA Between Jacksonville and Sanford'..'. <

G tubers, of StonewallCamp to. en- and $16,000 colonizers but' it was found Clerk Circuit court Marion County, Stappiai it' Palatka! Ash:, Bjrejfari (DtL d ) and: btaraatiati '
the
the'ylsiting comrades. on. thesevanl of to some lands se- UcHER and ,MACKA Saai.g;: 8a St. 'Joiss Sirs:. ;
title
will long that a clear WANTED-Two good teamsters and ,

'L prograci Is being which prepared. It lected could not be secured and the two good work hands to' help Steamer City of Jacksonville i

L ,.wembered 'crowd will be project fell through.. It proposed ,around a milL Apply to W. J. are appointed: to Sail as follows Love Jacksonville dailr.'except Satardi v.. 1-39 'eatuetnnaitears :.
1. .nated that a large market place in the new Broadway 'Oc la. Sa iori.OaJ y exempt Saadiy al o jo a.m. -Y ;
.representing every branch to have a Lohrig, 64 W. I. ;?

'.1r section of i colony and workshops and stores ofall' 8.2 tf 1 ', ,... '
service, and 'e'e.rr' kinds will be built.: The colony 'e RILL. SCHEDULE' !North-Beaa4 f :,
rand the. veterans-liere'are ? of all na> FUNERALDIRECTORS} : Down Read By -
: will be composed. of., Jews. ,- Fine Brood Mares. I C.

1: i tang\a....big. tline.=-GaifSMlieti t1 tionalities. i'i'We have just gotten In a car load Leave 3 top.m. ....' ::... ..._,Jacksonrple .: .' .., ...._.._ Arrive iooa.a f
of the finest brood mares ever brought' .* 8 45 P. m. .._......._ __,,: ..Pal up4 ,-N.., .._... .. Leave S 00 P. 111, ":
'33,Years.I to the,state; and to see them Is to admire ." .3 00.."121. ..--_-.- AII'-:., ,,'..,,...,,,..,,...........?... J p p.m .':', <
Afflicted with Sore Eyes for sell them at _. : .._ Pre ,. .. '"
SweUings Cured..: afflicted with sore them, We will -- I -- .a- .-... ,.. ..,. .-.-, .-_ Sanford ..__..-. I osarrive p.tttGeneral "
prams.and been 3CLM .930LID
; ...- have thirty-three years. Thirteen very reasonable prices. Come .and and Uav Ji full ,tuckf: roffiua; 'Wiri' <.* 10 Oa.m,\ .. ........._._El1l nse_ _-:'--_ ""!" .. 10oa.. .,
for ;
Member :i901". -,1 caught; cold eyes I became totally blind and look them: over at anti Hurl.I'OuUhjl. ho*cixl jrf vu 10<< -'C-

', :thei, uin3Y: My, throat, was years'.ag blind for ,six years.. MY eyes MARION FARMS Ocala STABLES Fla.' Burial-wr.irrt, 1 Passenger and Ticket, Office 122, West Bay St, Jacksonville. '* :;

k, :lcould, hardly breathe. Iimberlaln'fl was badly Inflamed. One of xr Embalming to Order _
,4 'Pain" Balm and were Insisted upon m, trying -i '. P; K. rRO MOYGP.'t Ja.As'tGea'ian.Agentiriwagnayit..Jactsonriue.Ffs.Pr.G.000PERJA '' ,,-
time In my neighbors .;Fnigbt2e1lt. ._ r.. P.LOVEU S p riat wJeBt., : c .:"
;relief. in a short Salve and gave me. Is the best,adaoLnl .
; customer '
Chamberlain's A < 1 .' foot ot Horn 5t'eet Jackoanile, "".I. "'. : ,
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r ;; ..1'rai' :all rlght..says Mrs half 'a bor of 'it:. To my surprise it yert tad satisfaction is .not A satlsf e4'ustmneYIl:the :bet ad. "'\:;.HARrY,.ie.1.R!+t'n Pa... \ct.- Nr.Yar; >.OterburnMich.. ChamBatai healed! myj1' yes,,andtmy"sightcaiae"backfto : :. only our aim. bat our guarantee sprint.:styles Try vertlseptentand satisfact1on.Z J.J.;not THEO ,G. EGER., Vice 'President, and ,General Manager., ? -; '
: '1 a.1UnW1entr; td C. Ea'rles,.Cynthiana, the White House shoe only' ouraimi but'o. rguaiantee., Try ,- _
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.>'Yal1ablefor! :,p afu$ nd. Chamberlains? ,Salve.. is. for sale. for men ,and.. wt. mtn'just, "' I" raBlteiotteB''''.hoesprin: stytesC '" .. .
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'A'J', Thousand Immigrants for. Charter.North. Good Measure: :
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A law -
: ;r tefk' \Vhen' Chicago"was'burned_ in'18':1.SaIl 2t.tu. CENTURY,, :ida are 1o-j' furniture
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citizens
."' German :Lloyd SteaisWhttteiind Francisco, sent the sufferers' l passed giving Injured tt
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_ in ': will sail from Bre.men $io ,ooQ. Now ';Chicago ha* spaid its Laws ,Openly! Viotetd.-. iils t to S33. ; tOt I

,:. for; ,Charleston 'on the '18th 'of debt: '.by sending the" "siifferers' at Miami Fiat Oct 10, 1906. : It. needed- change the' .const1 ut1 n. 'I't

this.month' She will have aboard' a San Francisco over $1,000,000.. The To the:Editor Ocala Banner: ''I will bugg'est some' reforms later '$' a little eprly, but our fall stock is arriving daily and, '.:.

_ ''immigrants relief received by Chicago Chapter 4035, Laws! of Florida, [for--the benefit ol those' Joor prison.ers' '
thousand ,together \\1tha money
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chance
have who seldomstone get from "behind all-we. ask: is : a, to save, you msney. All we ask is a
:cargo, of. freight. for Charleston from individuals, and voluntary'can. provides, that each inmate, shall ,' "
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"" and other.,. southern points; After. unloading tributions. the time of the fire aggregated the privilege of communicating freely walls and, iron liars, : few minutes of.'your valuable: time: to how you through U

ta the. port the. Nhittekindwill $3,500,000, while alreadyover and without censorship, with. one DOVE ALLISON.. .- "'*, tour ,. ;

_ make;ready for her return trip. $20,000,000 has been received friend "once a week, and, a copy of r 'Miami. Via. stock. : .? bl

r ThV reason 'that this -vessel of this for San '''FrancisCo. 'The' latter city, s&ld law to ''be posted in each ward.It .

Important line has sailed for Charles moreover will receive", three or four is not posted and this law is openly INMATES. OR THE' ASYLUM.. A Few LeadersRON -
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.f ton. Is':, that, the city has built anY times as' ,much insurance money ..as violated with impunity; as' all mail I H. Dove Allison-- (!Writes Another 'Letter cfI.

immigration station. Chicago did., It is 'evident that the from inmates going out is under cen- About their f T

'"x The permanency of the line of American people are great' hearted sorship. Governor Broward, why .Condition. Deplorable BEDS FROM S2.BO UP SIDEBOARDS SH.50 IIP T

steamers from Bremen to Charleston and respond liberally to every call are not the officials prosecuted, fined,
'
"Miami' 1SCC.
,; Fja., Oct 10,
,.will depend largely upon the reception of real distress.--Florida East Coast Imprisoned and removed from office ."To the' Editors of Florida': CHINA CLOSETS $15:00 M UP =

which isaccorded this trial ship Homeseeker. for said'violation as the law provides? '
"I wish to call attention to

,and, the size of the,:cargo she 'returns Jamestown Exposition Notes.' :" In many cases the authorities -wilfully :.the- hard. lot of ,'the your inmates cf the. OCALA mmm I ( CUMPANY.'E
condition F
the
\ with 'if the officials of the. North misrepresent :
There
State Insane Asylum. are roor
The Jamestown Exposition will bthe'
tn'their
German Lloyd Steamship Company inmates letters regarding C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS.
unfortunates from county, andI ,
conventicn city of the United every
have_ reason to be lieve'that the operation. them. I frequently told officials and been' h
L having an editor, believe
The latest conven- you _
States In 1607. .. .
of.a ,line between. these portswill attendants what I would do when I ---- q
.
: tion to decide to meet there Is theInternational' are all willing' to contribute in a ----
then its maintenance is got out and "cussed" them besides p
pay, .
{ small to thejr comfort. .I speak
League Press Clubs, way '
_=. i. a; ured. I as I knew my friends would. take me : H. ROBINSON, Pref. !<

+The 3 South ..Carolina manufacturers which divides its 'time'between the out some time. Many visitors who from actual Florida No man S. H. BLITCHJ Mgr. J. C. BOOZER. Asst. Mgr a
and Birmingham Ala. man in all ever thought less GEO J. BUTCH Tell.r.
exposition
and. especially the business 'men of go; through certain parts of the asy 1
of being MI inmatn there than the
The art features of the' expositionwill
Charleston. and 'all of. the 1 'trade In-. lum leave it in high'praise of the : t
T ( be exhibit of' picturesby writer of this, though I have often
tests of 'that city, are bestirring! a great Institution. They do not converse $
'
I had been to The Hold
told
'\merca.1' artists. An attempt will laughed people Strong the
r themselves to make the trial trip a with the inmates, as they have a

successful one. and' there js no doubt be made. ,to represent, more. than "two.. "guard to conduct them through justsuch the asylum. Thpn I would explain 1
''American that father, Dr. William P. Allison
centuries of art. my
: that such \\111'l1e the' case parts, as are for the public anda '
Dismal Swamp promises to attract ., was the first: physician that '
The rates' ,of ,freight, wiU be :shejailebetween The display Said visitors seldom see _
asylum.Yet I was put there illegally COMMERCIAL BANK :
visitors during ,the James-;
.many
!
Riders" hell
; 'Charleston and Bremen inside of the "Rough ( )
town Exposition in 1907. The round and, kept there over ten weeks. Full
,, as between New, York, and. Bremen department. The poor prisoners dare!i Be mailed ,

and'therefore' it.Is confidently b.; trip can be made' very' comfortably In not open their mouths to said ''visi-I particulars will to anyone OCALA, FL f \ S
1 and it is estimated that 71ot'l ou application. j j"I .
a day, ,
;1 lleved that every available ,foot of tqrs,. knowingno one would, believe, '
will visit 1 could seldo get even a paper: to
less than 150,000 people
'cargo space will ,be taken up. The net, : I them, and that they will catch, "hell"

a ,thousand. Immigrants coming acrossthe.water'to ,the: swamp, and lake made famous by later if they "say a word out of read. There is most no amusementof Has Upon Public Confidence is Evi-
i Tom ,Moore. any kind there and ,but few papers '.
: i Charleston 'will add materially school"Be
; :

to the development of that it said to the disgrace of the ever find their way in among the in denced 'py its Large and Increasing
Delineator.The' There
The November mates. aje ,but few but what
,
e state, and if the same. arrangements state there is no committee of in- .
", November Delineator treats of : enjoy reading papers especially their '
t ,.could '.be,'made 'wh rebr ,a thousand spection whatever exc': pt, when the Business
the established styles for Autumn home papers, yet even this pleasure .......
Germans could be brought thiscity legislature meets, and theyhave not --r
.
both Iii dress and millinery, and also is denied to mpst of them. They are J
tliere ,fs.'no 'doubt but that Florida time to make it as it should be. They .
devotes much space to the acces- shut in from all the world, and seldom
:; would, profit more thereby thanE meet only once, in two years. Inspections @ r..
sories of dress which :women find so get from behind brick walls and
//through any other arrangement that should be' every sixty days, '--
alluring. The spirit of Thanksgiving iron bars. Games, sports, amusement; '
could ,be, :mad necessitating. about and the authorities should never have W.'A. XNIGHT. L. E.
by'a' by LANG.
season is preserved poem reading would be appreciated by
J the same., momit.of.exertion. onthepar'tof ., Theodbsia Garrison -' ten minutes notice of said inspection. .
0 a football storyby them more than by you, for you
: ,tiiebusines8imen jof'the;coinimunUy ,- Conditions 'in our asylum are very
Violet Coeri, and anold iashioned know not what it is. to be shut in
..
;.;Jackspnvles? Metropolis. much the same as in Illinois, Nebraska ANNOUNCEMENT. '
'...' .. Thanksgiving story 'by Harriet Prescott from all.the world, a prisoner, and not .
and Washington D. about'.which
,
The Mails Being 'Flooded: With Post 'Spofferd? ; aad the ,kitchea department one,, not even our most intimate
so' much has been published of the
: Cards. is stocked with. suggestions fora friends, will believe anything you say We have just purchased the Wa gon and Harness business of Messrs.

: { The following. .-figures, will give variety of Thanksgiving feasts terrible ,ecqnditions existing. in them; or write, though many',there are not S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods every. ."

ci if some" idea__as to' the' vast, number ofsouvenir' ranging Irob) a "Rational Tnacksgiv- at.least they were up; tQAprllll. last, insane and should) be given their lib thing that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of ;'

ti Ing'Dinner" to "A'Vegetarian Thanks- and I have strong reasons for saying the word We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the marj=
; ;: cards that erty."I
st/ are now I For, the, feminine that no blacker: villany Is'going on ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety ,
flooding the U. S. mails., One ,of the giving Dinner shall:: devote ,a liberal portion of ,
:
: today than in our own asylum. They of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.
officials iiI, the'I Brooklyn l>ostoffice in : fingers that grow .too busy prpearing think they are, "entrenched" behind the remainder of my life. to the bet

-T *;; recent"'Interview 'said:. Christmas: gifts between November'sand terment ,of the. conditions of insane High Grade'Buggies Serviceable
"impr There
breastworks>> gxah1e', ; Carriages,
The number of.souvenir cards ..pass-, December's great feast days, asylums and state prisons. T requestall
.
,, 'to be "men"that : Unexcelled
are persons claiming Wagons Harness
Ing ..through:this office Jn the slimmer, there are numerous suggestions for make editors in Florida and, elsewhere to -
business of from
": ;:vacation 'season just ended, has been practical 'and ..ornamental gifts in the a going send copies of their papers, address Lap Robes, Etc., Etc.Turpentine .
to another that like.ly
one asylum are
.
'enormous/ 'severely overtaxing the "Needlework. Department In thC1iidren's "Inmates Insane Asylum, Chattahoo- '
into
to be refused admittance

4 i employeesand".causing ,unavoidable "Department the "Doll's hell, for their crimes committed oh chee, Fla.," 'or some individual In ., Wagons a Specialty.

delays In the handling of, mall mat Dressmaker will help educate the mate, as those addressed simply asy t
of poor helpless creatures. My uncle, We are Always In Position to Meet the,Prices of Legitimate Competition.
little mothers in the fashioning
..:te1". lum neVer reach the inmates. I, will .. .
t', C.'H, Brinson, of Live Oak, now'.certifies
u 'Last,.year, for the' first. time. theybeganseriously little, 'mothers. in the ddlies.fashioning. of that he believes I was never thank all, citizens, editors and'others, We. are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine1

2 j? to mails. garments for their to help better the lives and
me conditions
: bnrdepthe I' ifworld Farm
insane., do jiot hinK be and Wagon.
y-s?, : Ja this last.summer the flood,of them Besides', the fiction mentioned, the all"" of those'poor unfortunates and ,
misleading' to state hafW Allisons

-I' lias" been' something appalling. beginning three, serial stories, "Fraulin Schmidt add a' ray of sunshine to their' unhappy '- : ; '-' '
i, : < "" -
j..oves. ?
Brinsons Hines end -
:
'
':.< : 'to'flow"about.July 15, and: ;to ebb and Mr..Austruther.i by the.author of lives. More later. f # =
other connections In Might
family were Lang
'September 7., The foreign .mails contain "Elizabeth and ,her German, Garden, they "Respectfully, ,
t Florida, would cast, a "majorityvote ..
The' Diary 'of a' Baby, by Barry "
'
a; great many "of..these"'cards. "H. D. ALLISON. k <
Pain the. "Chauffer and the ," and as far back as known nqt (Successorsto Stand and Co.l
and
'
ev
coming aU the :year round but it. is
w -
,, one was ever accused of, insanity'except .
'the American' cards' ; sent from all Chaperon" by the Williamsons, con- Though the road is often rough- _. -. _... _._- .
"- ---- -
_ -Li ,parts,of 'the country, 'In the vacation tinue,' to hold, the Interest displayedIn the writer of this;:.and '"I most Stormy days an' sunny,

them from the start. Storiettes by emphatically deny the ch uge" All want in lif 's'
:season,,'which ,have caused the bulk we enough

er ,of the trouble: Annie Warner and Louise Macke Cur: asylums will be regular "ftells"as Hives to hold the honey! DIRECTORS: .

and several bright skits fill the department long as controlled by "poIitleians"as'they.wUl "
At'one'.t1me'J: ,have seen 75,000 of ,
.the" cards' onthe::distributing.table In of "Miscellanea." The child- use their official positionsto It is not announced, that either De- : R., S. Hall George MacKay J. K. ChriftianH.

__- .. ,tbe. 'city" delivery division of the ren will be pleased at'the appearanceof = "whitewash" for political reasons.i pew or Platt will take. the stump for A. FaN' Z. 0. Chambliss

; Brooklyn .1> stofft e. a "Bunny Rabbit" story by Grace have spent over one hundred dol Hughes. T.:T. Munroe J. B. Brooks

McGowan Cokke :and the conclusionof lars and much time to let the ceo--
1 .:At !the Coney: Island office, !tin theN ,
know' what kind of Times-Union gives the information
pie
a place
Wilkinson's out asy-
outgoing mail from September 1,- to Florence, fairy story, In addition its excellent 'fadll
: Turn for the insane is"and' I appealto that' MrFrank T. Culleus has to ties this! Bank
"The Princess Who Came Into Fashion ,
3 September 3.-'inclusive there '
: were
:175,000: 'souvenir' cards,, figuring: by Again.." all citizens loving liberty and jus purchased of Rev. A. McDonald has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good
hotel
lice the Interest in the Windsor
that are interested in asylum
the stampsandthe:bulk of ..the.mat'ier Lydia A., Churchill ,in her. Department .
t. .. the estate of Mrs. Abbie R. Dodge,
reform to communicate with and by
: had toj/be sent to the Brooklyn of Real Life,dis ourses on "Play. met Board of Directors ands strong body of Stockholders.
/
x 'main': office, 'to' bo ..handled there, by lug, to- the Upper Audience," George to contribute two cents and up to deceased and he is now sole proprietor t ,

William Jordan gives'' good advice for get these facts before the poeple. Ihave of Jacksonville's widely known
,.' the, mailing division ,On Friday( Peptenber7 '

_ ?_ ,. ? .there. ,were 200,000, of the "When We are Face to ,Face with sworn to the facts in my poss hostelry. THE BANK
ession' and placed them in toe nands CENTRAL NATIONAL -
cards |h the.Coney Island office part 'Trouble, and the fourth.paper of Hughes like Jerome, was, all right ,
of Hon. J. W. Watson, ,our
"Little. Problems of Married' Life"treats representative
: ly owing ,to a baby show the day be when he was exposing the little fellows
OF
; of making who has. 'promised an,.Impartialinvestigation OCALA-
tore marriage success.
wish but when he got high up among
I every one>
..' 6 'All postcards regardedas indecent the big ones, he 'drew the veil and
SV* Some Georgia Sentiments. could read a number of"let ers in my
or: improperlysuggesUve are stopped, pulled down the blinds. .
"
/0- Be' like the lightening-get, there possession of poor Eugene Davis and
and sent :to the 'dead letter office to '
quick, and do the work and jeave i others could come back to earth a '1"'r"r"r'1r"r""r"r"r"f"r"r"r"rttftttt1f11T111ttr"'ttft1f" i "
z 4 be destroyed.. Those ived now, I Growth of New York City. "'
the thunder to growl about it.It's wonderful story they could tell If
'about 150 a month, are chiefly posted New.York, Oct. '12.-According to =
'a', good thing that we are never the patient can stand the usual treat- '
111/the country, but'most of the.worst a computation made by Dr. W. H. New
J satisfied;, if'we were, we'd quit sawing ment applied at the asylum (ghe him Goods. NewPeople.-
4 are printedj FuropeAt Guilfoy, register of records,. to the
!wood and surprising the world. ..eli and rub it in), he will usually
the New York postpffice, an assistant department of. health,, of this city in
< Keep a sharp eye for Happiness; come through the "machine" right == ,New Prices. :..:.S
r ., postmaster said. that immense 1940 or earlier the population of .
We're mightr'apt to pass him in a side up 0. KT but the remedy is .s...
_ numbers .of souvenir cards' had passed New York will be three times'greater ....
gallop In, the middle o' the road. usually worse than the disease.. ;
through the, ,office during the last than now' or at least about twelve :...:
> Some folks thing' hell Is so .faraway Have justice, aonor, gratitude and : .
x summer the quantity having quad.I millions. Acording to the same au- '
_ xupled! >ince jast year. j they ought to whirl in,and. make'feeble humanity been lost forever and arc- thority 'the citys' population will be E WHEN: IN TOWN VISIT

z a imitation, of it, right here. they dead to all intents and purposes? -- .-....
An"officer of a3 news in; doubled in 1927. Dr. Guilfoy has
;
company If we had the angels for our friends Has the religion of our Lord and Say ::: THE NEW STORE .:f. ::: ,
;," New York'city; which does .:tn Im.xoense based his calculations on the"state -
we'd soon, be borrowing 'their wings, for Jesus Christ become a ,mockery? == .. '._ ,
? busl 1e s'lu these C3.rdSst 'te census of 1905, and the federal sen-- ::: ::" --,:' ':. : _,'; ._:..:':..-' '. '. ::
and breaking our necks, trying-to fly Have, the principles of Thomas Jef ..- .r

that 'the. pioneers. in .,.it. were the Ja without flyin* le.ssons.-Frank: L. ferson, Gee. Wash nston' d John sus (1900, these showing the growthof :-:: --
;panese, who began: to maRe then the city annually at 3.15 per cent / ::
Stanton in Atlanta Constitution. Randolph perished from the face of '

twenty' or ,twenty-five. years' ago* ,Japan -- -- theearth,? Are all men hypocrites'and. compounded. On June 1,. 1905, the H Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, jl

,
{ still ..produces'very largt l, quan- Song of the Saw Mill. lilrst Is the dollar, no matter how population of the city was.4OU,30.4'. -
r titles but 'Gerinan: ls'now the'leader. June 1910 it should be 4,700,448 and E Ladies
< ; The saw mill men suggest a good ypu get it, all that the Amreican people on and Gent's: Furnishings 3'

Tor*landscapes:and building, the .Ger live motto to us: "Keep the, saw in, ;care for? I cannot yet believe that so on..On September 1921 there sholud .....
rx ,
.man'cards. -.are'the_ :' ,best, but; the JaI .- the log. but ,keep the saw. a sawing. he: majority' ' of the'. American" people be 8.028,608 persons living within the --- ,7 ._-?s

V'r paneseexcel- .in fancy i designs- and And'one of the,brethren has.made'this are prepared to ans'erthes city limits, nd'on .October 12; 1940 E
questions .
j 3
.1igures.au'd. flowers: ryhmlng toast of it:: in the affirmative.I there should be 12,042,912 if the CPi/ : .. 1L

,The official of.- the' ,news 'company "Be-sure"you never' slip 'a cog will mail my full reply to Governor if the growth continues as it did for 1--

I said..that his! .company'alone'had" sent IWhen. 'round ute's/'circle Jswingin" ,Brpward, Jackson's. Committee, the last decade. i. >: .: !

to Germany for"color: printing from Still keep the keen saw'' In the log, Report, editorial from Bryan's. Corn C9neYLtloDe.. :

.. I 4,6oOvto' 5,000 'photographs of views In :But keep the saw asingin'i". mo er'anct other' articles oa 'applicaT"nCoxDnwx Big Reducing' ,Plant for Mexico. =-=' ....

this;:country; and that"h'ovi"coin. Special, to the Ocala Banner. : = Next Mclver

__ : pany-had soldfrom 25,000,000' to :30,- In St., Louis a, woman 'asked for a Parral: Mexico,, Oct 12.--The 1000 ::: 'to .& McKay's.LAKp =

't' 000,000 :souvenir: ,:: post cards', sinceJanuary" divorce 'on 'the ground that her hus' ton mill which syndicate, operatinghere ==

: !; 1906._ '. band :gage, her"only' 'tenGeniis' -a say ,0'I' are about to erect, will make jUIUm'mlUmjUlU1Uml1UUlUlU1UmlUmwmmmUl

for household expense Jld. that, .sh'was /low
large quantities of grade ores -
oj. ,
.r .', '.Measured>by: the "excellence and enterprise ,being. starved. Nothing. to eat, 10 in Mexico available. At', the' present .
I IIf
t '.: :bf theiive; Oak 'Democrat is.undoultedlr. no{ pleasant,* 'said the I ITlQprrgqA time the hoisting of every ton of

? I,, 'live OakJsl' big' enough, to .measure-- judge; but: that Isn't a', good groundfor'divorcer {D' low, grade. ore means' a dead. loss, ..

_ : 'np" ,to all thatis, claimed '.-it. waiting for the; Possibly unnatural the' husband, 'Judge is to YofE, ,E: still.it,has to be'hoisted. as it is impossible you have lands you wish to sell, lease,or'rent;

r :.It,is:;officially'stated in'Havana that hit his wife on the head'.witb'an, ,ax SJUISICKW-- UTTllWfVWWTSt Qbrr wow R' to get' out the high grade or if. jou: want to buy ,lands"for fanning, grazing,

'f< 11 1Aepmvisioaal"goverment.jriUijhavedo ; before ridding, 'her :of him Miami '" shipping. ore without... mining the"- low turpentining or lumber-purposes X, :_
: : : Of MANY YURI TO.r'lIE BUT .tDKUttUf. grade stuff, 'at the same time.. Now .' '
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riathisg Mth. News -
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-=' "'" It I fIlIAL'-III SAY!YOilI 0JMAtS, available. ..
< ;: :;. ,: .';,: k'ihe isern iGri of thegovenimentN' :: ', If/ybuvwant. a porch screen cheap :Mier 25 CZMTS*AOUSt

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_. ;lbs- ,, itGir r; h w ridW -. X, ,.,' NOTICE' 'OF PETITIONERS TO

_:'i1a -, ,.,i .cikt e Cennn>Kni j N-'e 1 ADOPT CHILD. .
.
_, ;t; 1''k "" r i!' 4.". .. .' ..::....-..
.: ... the, gre t "honor that.'C1J1: be :. [To the Public; :

fredoaa. ;>bje) t,,in ;the;:eth';.of Wl t: 'f ; ) Take notice that on Monday the Sth

1 1A.a.-chapel built:especla Y for i day of October. D. 1906 or as soon
__ ;;.
.. \
; 'Bertha m :t thereafter as we may be heard we
TOaiTiage
Krupp thetwoman1 ,
_ : (: ,
IIi will file our petition for the adoption
.the worldr bestowed j' fr-l'" -- .p infant chl1d. Joseph F. Va.1zana. "' '
: ATe 0 N.C'ER.,0. -
:
- .; d, ,and. incidentally her vast m ; C9WPiitth%\ the clerk of the court for Mar-

l wftlth:on,:Lieut, Gustav yon 'Bohlen "3on county Fla, fifth Judicial circuit -

Holba h.'MondaT. -Jot Florida and wia as soon thereafter .
f W ,, 06.., _as we comply with the statute p1'lr
f position of 'this fair haired, -.. I for an order from the Judge of the '

r b Yed girl ,of 'simple. unpreteni'mannerplain' 7m. fifth.Judicial circuit court. N > '

';;: .. ; dress and modest i ..r' Removall ; ; 1.. :.' FERDERICK B. KERVAN, i
, } : ..: : '". IDA W. DRV AN,
; *..;tastes, isun1q e. She" is the uhqueeri :; I: EQ .
''co 21 am- Norwalk, Fla, Sept. 7. 1906. 9-7
: : !? /r.} L, ... ': > Ifo' ':- ]I'Iie' b -

t T'otigh i her agents in the various. : ; llS!
T NOTICE
: OpItas she has diplomatic relations I ade .$. iTn1e

; th.sl1.the: great nations of they o 1 1 c em tIn, the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ja :

_ I y.'. Her''fleet .of great steamships : ted May mae t' 1 dicial Circuit of Florida in and .
for Marion County-In Chan -
p.fo. andfro, between Hamburg ,and ton-
"
.. cery..t .
,Sjlin, laden with treasure. from odyilly borrow .
,
me
.t t _
'
\ ;!Sf&nish. coal and iron: mines. We' MustVucate. Our Store on M .' (Andross Williams, Complainant v*.. '. "

o-.r fHef mines In Germany, number five mta : r "l ,. .., .* {i w r accommodateindustry :!Esther Williams Defendant' .
*J
_"- j.hundred- and. 'sixty. A score' of stone ;;{'..... '4 d flDecember -,*, *i r i > -si, -'3. j? ;, ifl er- o. Order Constructive Service. .. i
-- I If f! '" V phe T'. n'.is ordered the defendant
... "quarrys ,pour- ., wealth In the treasury. w1 .. .. <, IV 31 ,NextWe .; \the and therein named, to-wit that : Esther Wil. '

.;;"A.'td. "over the above all the immense. S I to be and she is hereby required .' :

'::,*Krupp gun manufactory, so inextric. m ;' 1 pie 4to:! ',ppear to the bill of complaint In :

'..:"-'jabiy\interw6ven. with .Germany's milJtary intend to leave Ocala hence our stiIV.EUNR this cause on or before -'

that it is literally part he ',''Monday, the 5th day of Nov. 108. :
<:: poorer tJ t' It is further ordered that of :'
; foff: the, government itself, rep'resents ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE 'IS THROWN ent it Y Mils :order be published once a copy a week : ::

I $7IT,000,000S. it .._*>r eight consecutive weeks In the .
:
. t;I-i )n.all a conservative estimate ONTEMARKET ; iveeir I ala Banner, a newspaper pub1$1a-. .
--k In said county and state. .
J.:; "places..' Miss Krupp's fortunes .atr tQ: At Pricits" which will tempt the 'rio -pUrdi Sk. ,ws 1 this 4th day of September, 190$. .
r : annual Albert Williamson the Broward- "
5.000,000 .with Income on
an .
: I 1w the .(seal) S. T. SISTRUNK. :
3- .
'.t. r5$1,125,000.. ch Beard Debate. Circuit Court, Marion County '. .
, f ,' Our Stock Consists "'Candor is'a 'vice as well as a virtue .. '
i; ? J'yon Bohlen, who.. is thirtysixold I on '
," but if some friend would ask By George Leitner, D. C. -
: ; rs.: was born at the Hague, lalnit-
our candid opinion, we would be Speacer, 9-7
: ere his father, ,Dri Gustav von Goods and a mplainant'3 Solicitor.
'Dry Clothing Dlpt"tled to acknowledge that Brow-
m : .
:': len.: and Halbach's incumbency, of-- ard made a monkey of John Beard '.

.: :. ai. ..minister" .from,the' ,Grand Duchy; cf ,hi that, drainage debate last Thurs NOTICE. -.

I J<(jTBadeiL: His mothers name, Boh -,- I day n? ht. .
< La trcuit Court of the Fifth Jujal :
: .::JenwaS incorporated in that of he:r ; Mr. Beard is eminently capableof T-
ShDQ.S la es' and Seni's FornlsMogGoods rcnit of Florida In and '. .
: itoband at marriage. ,.. ,,,,, making a finished address to a board the mon County-In Chan.' -

: '.,:.NtYoung, .. von Bohle 's grand'' ( 'lather : j Administrator's' Notice 'of Final Discharge -. ---..---.\ eery.A. .

; _,. \ n officer. on. the, northern sid Remember must move and will move; it will 8 : .
-- ; P. Stuckey Complainant, vs, P'; ;:
the civil war. Some! of the not.pay us to pay freight, therefore this is your opportunity \ Notice Is ireby; given that on the Me Townsend G. D. Townsend, T. A.

5 : ": cendants'now .live' in Philadelphfa.ss .. I \ to buy Fall_ and Winter wearing apparel 6th day of November. A. D.. 1906. thi Mathews, Albert S. ,Johnson May. -

1 '(fl a1backgrandfather made a for'tuaeJn -! : in undersigned administrator of the eSt phnsonSam R. Johnson. Oliver Fort, :
...... the lowest We have been ,
: '" the United-- Stat s-a.nd took it at prices possible in business stae of John W Randall deceased. will 4zle Johnson, Flower Johnson, Lena. .5;

ck 'to'*Baden.. M here for the past seven years* and we do not OO present ty Judge to of the Marion Hon. Joseph courty.Bell.Florida Coun., B.> Dickson Eupheme Fort ELU : ':.

.'..- .-.,". believe !that we have a single I dissatisfied. .customer,, his final aeounta and make final settle*. Norris John A. Dickson John I- '.
tlement and
-__:,.;" "' t- apply for his final! discharge
: "'" Jefferson Davis Dead hi New as, administrator 'of the said Bowen Ira Bowen Barney McElreatb -
M.-L'
pj ?
.". ,,.. York. .PJfOUR.GOODS FOMUS AHDME ONEY. estate. P. T. RANDALL. Dora I. McElreath,Irid DJCnox,, .
.
_: Administrator :of Estate of John V7r "
'tI- Lula"
Dora Knox J. Power,
TNew 'York, Oct 16-Mrs. Jefferson v : : I Randall, Deceased. Henry

Travis; 'widow of the president of the I Ocala, Fla.. May 3, .1908 5-4-6m Power< Ruth' Power" James L. Mo-

;. .7Cc&n!ifederacy who has been ill for a ra I ['ii1E1 BOSTON STORE. I NOTICE. Mulen. Marie. McMullen, T evi Black- '::i- -

_.;Veek: at the hotel. Ma'jestic;. this city, I ,Man. George W. Means Caleb J.Baukn'ght ,
. dledlat o'clock tonight In the Circuit 'Q urt in and For Mar. R. C. Smith and John .y Tkjartson. I -
: 9:25 Ion
Lii County. Florida.
.
- _'':HDeath 'was due to pneumonia, InIiiced OCALAFLA.. I In Re Estate of A. C. Johnson.

:: 'I', by .a severe' cold, which- Mrs.'contracted O 5th Notice day Is of hereby December given, A.that D. on 1906 the, ,-Order for Constructive----- Service .t.

f ?:Davi;- on her return from I the undersigned Administrator of the -

:.th .Adirondacks, where she spent estate of A.' C..J'ohnson. deceased will :It is ordered that the defendants .

'?; m present my final return accounts and herein named, to-wit: T, A, Mathews, .
the summer. I vouchers, and apply for final'discharge
/ ( the bedside were Mrs J* Addi--: I'll 1'" Ii administrator-, of said estate. El A. :Norris, John A. Dickson JohnBowenlra -

.:Jt: ;Hayes, the, only' surviving daugh- '- \ ? i F; M. TOWNSEND Bowen, iBarney McElreatli, ,
7 : 1 : Administrator of the
Estate of A. C.
'
;i ,,' .. ..;. \ I r : ; -'" "- I.i' '-., ti' Dora I. McEIreath hid D. Knot, .
\,t terher grandchildren and Dr. Wilde t. r-+ ; .1 Johnson deceased. 6 1 8m ... .
i
_'-: 'and Dr.. Webb whoA cared',: for Mrs.ccDals ,.. :It ] t... ,,'f ",, ;;' ., '" lt t Martin :May 2tII! "-906. Dpra; Knox, Henry J.Power, LnlaPow,. ..

er Albert Power.- Ruth, Power James 4
her illness.tMrs. .
. throughout. I 'NOTICE.Two L.. McMullen.. Marie McMullen. Levi -
9E9E9B9B9B9: ::29
making her '
-, Davis had' been 31ackman. George W. Means Caleb :

:., h ln :, in New York for severa' .. ., ', ,, __ ..... J .. "" ,' .:_' .. "'_ Plantations for Rent.The'flrt J;< Bauknight, E/ C. Smith and Joha. : :
< ___ .. containing over two hun. W. Marston, be and they are hereby- -' ,
-' I
:years._ f& if *" JARTICLES \ \ J S -5-4 '-r"I.. ..- dred .acres under cultivation of the -
bill
A -- --I required to to the of complainant
: 6y appear
<'Jl; 6f corpo45rs
,.:.4 ,_ his INCORPORATtON'AND the at the amount .To the Teachers of, Marion County j best farming and grazing lands, in this before
cause on or
,.' : xim; Gorkey and actress PROPOSED CHARTER of the said capital stock.IV. There will be a teachers meeting One mile from Irvine with depoton -
5th day of November, ivuo.
*..fe. ,sailed, rom, America, to thoremi OF:- held in Ocala in the armory buildingon the land of G. & G. railroad. 'It Is further ordered that a copy of -'. :"
:;; in Russia. They Say .that .they CENTRAl: AMERICAN NAVAL The term for which this co 'pora. Saturday October 20, commencing -, The other place containing between this order be published once a week : .

: were- misurirlerF.tood, in \m rica. Gor* .r.TJ, Tof sr COMPAY i'J! .Ion 'sha1lexististy.- yearsvTite'business .' ] at 1
<.; Ar.erica but ii_ 'iI!. -I .," J .. '".r' ; .' '. .v- At ithis,..meeting ..the benefits!.of ,* ,under cultiTation. Fine hammockand .Ocala Banner, a newspaper published fl
: *
"2; TrehIsed to talk about of the companjTshallre
library for every school 1n tne. coun. mixed land between Irvine and in said and itate. '
.ihat'. his views. of America and'I The; undersigned intending and proposing conducted by the following officers, ty will be discussed. Reddick, .1 1-2;;miles from each place. "- This 4th county day of September, 1J03. .

:" :'otiAmerican' <' people will be- : found In to organize .a of corporation the state under oforda' to-wit: a President, a Vic -Presldent' A plan for securing book cases and Well suited' for a stock farm. i ,\ (seal)' S. T. SISTRUNK. ..
thegeneral laws and Secretary and Treasurer :which books and: the selection of books will The latter place for rent or sale.
i "Moth- Clerk
entiU Circuit Court Marion
book ; ,
County
,
Mifortticqming .
; t f" ', -Delating 19 organization ast, named ofifcel .may be(combined be? su mItted.f. : f ( -' '/ .f -* 'Apply for details to J.. S. Lewis or f- Fla I 9-7

: "ct- I of: corporations'.the'and Stateof ihe Acts i-ot Florida theLeglsiatur&1of &s$held by 'one person.vandjsald! :of ; -We :,$tudyjindTdiscuss the Mrs."M; O. Lewis., Irvine' Fla. 9-21-2t' l.a By George Leitner, D. C. :1 4
ficers"shall be elected at the'annual ,
methods of keeping school '
reg1&\ers. I Hocker & Duval.Complainant's, :
.. >\ fe .A' Badly Burned Girl amendatory thereof, hereby make and meeting of the corporation to be held report 'cards, books, etc. Other Important :.NOTICE. "". Solicitors.- ": -

_(or4oy, man or'woman, Isjquickly out publish the following, articles of Incorporation on the fourth Tuesday in December of. matters will be discussed. I ,;- .-'.. -' :

- '. .::paI -If Bucklen's Arnica Salve Is and proposed charter:. each year from and.after: this date and hope every teacher in the county will Of Application's' for Tax deed Under s.." NOTICE ::

: applied promptly. G. J. Welsch. of I. the officers kwhaaref; conduct the be present' **lf you;are., living':;too, far Section 8 Chapter 4888, Laws -

, Tefconsha.' Mich., says: "I used it in The name of the corporation shall business of 'thej (corporationf until to come'in.Jon Saturday 1noruing.-you '.-,, "i oi.. Florida. J907. Occupational Licenses are Our .
:'. '_ family for cuts- sores and all skin be. those elected'* at the first annual will 'be allowed Friday afternoon to -:.5---:-- ?;*- October 1, 1908. 1:1

: .1 ,>tejeries, and find it perfect Quickest CENTRAL AMERICAN' NAVAL election shall be qualified, shall be come or to make arrangements to Notice is hereby given that J. J. :.Remember to procure your new license '

... : *pile cure known. Be3t haling, STORES COMPANY as follows: H.. L. Anderson President come. It is .important, that every_. Bierman, purchaser of tax certificate for the new license year with'j
l 1:::' ssare made. 25 ,cents at Tydings & and the principal place of business John S. Birdsey Vice-President, white teacher'come.Alltsuperylslors ..-; v Nos. 320 322.,Z56- dated the 6th day out: delay as there is heavy penal -A.;?

;'. :.- __ Ce d-'''' 'sts. t-': m.; shall be in*the city,.of-Ocala,. Marion and .H. .M.Hampton, Secretary* and itrustees>and pat of August, A. :P., 1900 has filed said for doing business without license .

.''-. ,.. --- -b. county; Florida with:; offices in Jhe ,.Treasurer.. '; rons......are. ,.cordjally:'invited to ""attend certificates in my office, and has made 1. when one is required."a
;L:r ; ; The famous White Housajshoes for Cit)"of New YorkTin' the State of *# *""VI. Respectfully"; "- application: fort tax deed to issue In; .The tax collector will Issue the li. 1'

l: 6'.faldles and gentlemen and the Buster New York,'and at Caratasca Lagoon- The: highest amount ot Indebtedness W D. CARN, accordance with law.Said .certifi j cense. / :

\ l'5 hoes for girls andjboys can in the Republic. of Honduras; and liability to which the corporation Superintendent cates, embrace'lthe following described i .. JOSEPH BELL. ;1: KPi

< w>wn q II. ,: <,' can at any'time subject it- r __ ________ property situated In Marion couny -... County Judge. ,
'H i:4 ,.\.atbe.. .._ surpassed In the city" for style",. The general nature: of the-\business self'ii-one halLofthe.-amount. : of,its r / NOTICE? 'r:, :: ? f FJorida, to-Wit: Southeast quarter, E, L. Carney Tax Collector. 82$4tGUARDIAN'S \

: :\qua11ty and price. The Fair 3$; x'.*_, tojbe; ransacte shall J>fi| Ael "usl- *caoita. .*.jtock.| VIf..J vf J3 "C* V *1f. *-'' I Noticeis 4 !hereby>giveu sttat% |there of 'Southeast quarter, and west hall, p.-- =:: :.

1 :, ___i- of naval stores operator, with, pow. will be a meeting of the stockholdersof of' sOuthwestg quarter of south NOTICE OF SETTLE. -:
; luye Oak is"soon to have'a $15,000 by The names and residences of the east quarter of southwest quart
er and authority to acquire, pur. the McGehee Lumber company, al *MENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
-1. : 'movelL1ve Oakmakes' otherwise, and to sell and subscribers to. this corporation are of section $7, and north halt
'iinIonstatlon.: Every chase or corporation under the laws of the 1 -
I ,- follows of southwest quarter of northwest.
,
as :
is upward. We. hope she wu encumber. lands, timber, timber state of Florida, in 'its offices in Mar .Notice Is Hereby Riven that on the .
'
.
I .. ,,.. ... and H. L. Anderson, Ocala Florida-* quartof section 8, and southwesiquarfen
stores privileges ( tt *
rights, naval Ion coantY? Florida. > ten r
eejku1oTIr.g.. H. M. Hamption, Ocala, Fleridaf o'clockfj of northwest quarter of sectl5hm -, 27th day of December, A. D. 1938.a :
Oi. other' property necessary for the carrying BM onj h'. ; j v .J j -.j '
*: t in northwest.cornr. the court house In Marion county,
Fort Ocala, : less acre
'L Joseph. Flprida. one
.
-
"< .o t on of a naval stores business 5th ;; November\4. D. 1906, -
.:->,.Tha damage in some sections o! lease The capital stock of this corpora- dayof All ia township 12, south. Fforlda the under signed as guardian J
,
to
with and authority to determine whetherthe charter of
and power the minors, Kate: Mal McIntyre, '
heiuth by the .cold waff is quite roads steamboats tion has been subscribed as follows: range 21 eastf ...ltQr'
; : own and operate tram said corporation shall be' named so
'.. ;, vessels H. L Anderson, \ 74 S Shares The said land being assessed at the.T Hellen Mclntyre. via present my .
!s severe: The, damage to the cotton steamships, sailing as to pe'nnit an indebetedness or lia- .and vouchers to the Hon.
: John S. Birdsey. .. 250 Shares.H. f date of the issuance:; 'Of such certlfl
craft construct
estimated to be 50,000 bales. and other water bility> of three hundred thousand dol- 1 Joseph Bell county judge in and for
e .dop is wharfs and. other .. :M. Hampton1 Share. cate in the name: of unknown Un:,
: ; -. maintain," and use Joseph J. Fort .., 1 Share. lars less said certificates shall be redeem,..Marion county, and make my deal '
for shipping merchandise '
*** facilities necessary (seal) MCGEHEE' LUMBER CO. :settlement and apply for final die-! '
in impf Witness our hands and seals this ed according ta law tax deed will Is-
intent
Dove Allison is as naval stores products, .
: and ,_ By (VJ. McGeh e 'charge as guardian of the said mt : :
the .the 11th day of October A. D. 1906.I sue thereon onthe| 23rd day of October -.
Chattaheochee of all business
.conditions at and the carrying 'on 10-5-4t President. Irs from the said court.
; ving
: ..
:.' naval stores business I .L. ANDERSON (seal) A. D.. 1900.
Govei sr Brow- incident to a Dated June 19th 1906.
asylum .as signature andseaP'thls..the.Oth
Hts andj tl nsiste lu."U &th ; !3.f_ ._ JI-.M-BAMRT9X"' (seal 'JIJIliJ! .lj Wf..NOTJCE-.l_ WiinemofficiaI .r A. McINTYRE
(: draIn1ng the evergladesi OSEPH"1-FORTse, .(seal) day of September,
.a.dj1n.. of the state of Florida. ,,lAs guardian of Katie Mat and Helm -,
1).
1906.
State'of A. ,
.Florida
'
: erjs are to be commended Notice is hereby given that there Minors. 62a '
jlclntyre,
k : : III. County 'of Marion will be a meeting and election of the (seal S. T. SISTRUNK, ,_ j* ; _ :. -
: $ The amount of capital stock au Personally appeared before me, the stockholders of the McGehee Lumber Clerk'Circuit court, Marion, County... -:-- :J-

t 'tWe'sfncerel-..,.... hope that Governor thorized is the sum cf One Million undersigned authority H. L.. ANDERSON company? a corporation under the Florida. 9-21-C ,:t ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE : t
1. '": ,Brpward's" ;dream'of. the evergladesle Dollars,. which will be divided into .. H. M. HAMPTON and JOSEPH, laws of the state of Florida held in ., A -

( '::: :, b--Je. every word of it."It One Thousand Shares of the par valueof J.:FORT;each of whom is well known its offices in Marion county, Florida ATTACHMENT NpTICE. Creditors, legatees dl.tnb4teet.
has 'the soil, one thousand dollars each which to me to be one of the parties described on the 4d all persons having claims! or demands -
", if it ,
': ba the ,climate. said stock shall be fully paid and non- in and who executed the foregoing 5th day of November, A. D. 19C6, Notice is hereby given that Robt 7 against the estate of Henry -

I' :"and'the drainage is possible, there Is assessable and .shall be paid in by 'a articles, of incorporation and at ten o'clock al m,, to determine Daily and all others concern 1'4 ,Spooner, deceased are hereby "

;%; :n6thlng to. prevent it becoming a par conveyance to' the said corporation proposed charter, and each acknowl- whether the capital stock of said cot.. ed that the personal: property of the; called, upon and required to. present' i-
m:adie"**"-. the naval stores business "now be-: edged the execution thereof for the poratlon shall .be '!increased. to one said Robt. Daily has been attachedto the. same to tne unaeraignea as M -

;:":,, lor carried_ h. _,'on__ -and. _bperatedh4th"eRepuI1c4QE '" L_' 9 3L ,, t '- : tionaurss OJ.u.. iUl- and expressed. If f I I f (seal) I ICGREE.LIJMBER: ; CO. jr., for the sum. of $15.00 and cost of! of the first publication of thUaotlce
tr,< Robert Blake has returned derson ina John -Birdsey// as. co- Given und r"rny hand and seal of 10- :4t.* 'By C. J. McGehee. suit: now unless the said Robt otherwise same will be barred

'; ', 'irom 'visit to T nahassee-and partners situated -at Birdseys Point, office this the llth ,day of October President. Daily enter his appearance at by the statute of limltationa.
, 3. a Mr. Caratasca Lagoon, in the Departmentof A. D, 1906. my office in 'Lake Weir Fla.. on or f, HENRY G. SPOONER.Administrator .

;... : : ''other' places in rest Florida. Mosquitia, in said. Republic of Honduras (County Judge Seal Fine Brood Mares. before the to the estate of Henry

_ \. t 'health Is. greatly improved. ,. and' ,all the property and effects JOSEPH BELL We have Just gotten in a' car load 5th day. of November 1906., *T. Sponer.

__-___ 'of said :Anderson' andBirdsey County Judge Marion County of the finest brood'mares ever, broughtto judgment will be given against him Sfeanton: ,FIa. August 10, 190. 8-U4t
now being used at and upon by.default. and said property sold to
:_ the state. and to see them is to adi1irQthek -
': said. 'naraUstoreagfelocation, and aU NOTICE OF. APPLlCATlONlfFORiLETTERS' 1 W1t seItkeii' at satisfy said claim '1 1I ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE OF FINAL
,
4 : DECKLES AND PIMPLES prop fty'o-nedud: lield by said An' PATENT, m.' M 1 eryfreasonjable; Cosii. ac4' and I Given jjftader my hand and official

: MOVED InE dfrsduiaiidlsai& Birdsey as corpart- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN\that ooif them | verVJEE t:1: 4 sea l this the 20, daf of Sept, 1906.- ners;, situated IniMarion.county, Florida saljt C J, SMITH. J. P. -
o (the ,12th daYofiNovemb r, $p..1 MiRIOJlSEED M $TABES, .
NadIi.bc .aa d also fey 'conveyance to thcaweS5;j I 19Q& .the undersigned wilQ3Lpply 7M. tCa1aF1a.. 9-2S-5t9tE'District_- ,Marion Co.. Fla:: Notice is. hereby given that on the
b <.Df tatn JL ; -
saJ4..1i oJ'P9rMIon intoYonthe' theGoyemor'of. thetate of Florida, a ifli day of October 906, .the under* 1 ,
Complexion ion. and contract entered lat his.office in the'in the City of Talahassee NOTICE .
The 1905 BEANSWax .. sne4 assignee of J. M. Neely, win. j
lth..dayof Noyember A D., -
; in the State of Florida, for
. Beautifitr udorsed For Sale-My farm of 80 acres; 30 present to the Hon. t S. Bullock
the Republic of Honduras
the
ly ttou. adf betweea ; I letters patent upon regoing proposed and GreenPod, Varieties, 'grown ,
- ; and John S. Birdseyt and..all of the I charter.. andjshlpped: by acres in. goaj timber; 50 acres clear. 'celt judge .of tth(| ffta JadlcUl tit% -
liila, .
,
c- :: grateful rights and privilegesj conveyed to the t H. L.. ANDERSON I All first class farm and garden land Alt, slate of iiorida.. his.ftna itatesent >

1 : : araittea t said Birdsey thereunder subject to I H/M HAMPTON.. Herbert: C.; norrill.; all under fence fine 'spring from'.the.G. ; goo4bu11dings and vouchers, and..apply Jar lila
.
; M 4iLs-: indebtedness tosaid H. L Anderson 10-12-5t JOSEPH' J. FORT ; one' .fourth mile
..A tioraa&r.ors t! of Thirty-five: Thousand Dollars I ;: Cedar Springs, :Mi h.. & G, railroad which will soon Jbe ,"4 discharge as said assignee -.r, Icala'FIorId.
:
__ __ 1b3'*%") '. icue. :: due and. to become due before the 1. of House4' ... Red Speckled Valentine Green Pod completed and'have'a depot on or op ; Sept 11, 1900 ';." W : _
,: k. first annual :'election of ,officers pro- A pair our' White sz .$2.75. Prices right on other yarietje poslte place. Will sell cheap for cash.a ,.; '" CLARENCExJ. SmTHat" '
make t. glad. .
; za ]' wilt your f ? >ew.WW. : : : ;
fcf B..S.il.i4z Quare
v1d ff'rih: rein, 1-e justi n1uati I( J i i A.S ; eedsoered Icu1ar. apply; .
lfr *" | } L& I aH >i rV:14..5t4 /.. .!?>.'< t.: AJStpW. ;,.oJ -.
;_ mft. 1i iJAfIH1 ",..ry .

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x '- ':" '''it':"' fathered- ''\GENERAL: ,From_ -the,INFORMATION.,Ends of..the..Earth. -F'". ranclscp,"- Chicago'Good: :" .Best was Measure., turned the sufferers in 1871, ASY 'l "n" f'' f""'' >tnfffltm". ;; n .n"f l"ff"ffn'f.t\"nnn"" ;" :' \ '"I't t t '


.For the Benefit of the Trade. 5). Now Chicago ha its '
;: 'fi! spaid : : 'P- J j' ; ; : :. .>, : .
." '- 0ty sending the" sufferers' at '. .
At'-Wendall,'.Mass' a half of" a nor 'rancisco over $1,000,000. The, Toth'\ l' _. / ,. .'f.
vallapple crop is reported.. received Chspt'tom' ,' ), : '
by Chicago I : <-. .' I: 'r .
r i ,The'chestnut- crop' around Danbury; Smoney and voluntary con, provides 'J .. k ,.; i t t., '
.CowL, this season,is a very good, one. ins at the time of the fire ago the priv > -*; .' M r >>; : b

Tuesday is apple day." Don't forget ?3,500,000: while already ly and ': J ij! r: I I"r \ '1-1f' t# 4friend ..,
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i ; to celebrate. it today. :o.OOO.OOO has been received d *' i .. t t'd : ':':.. <. .-
From all reports the. Albermarle Francisco. 'The' latter city, -:''' la\ij ,/., W ;, '. ;'''t k ,, "f:

Pippin crop Is.going to be, very poor .r, will receive three or fours It. is. no( ', ';, t ,(,.. .; :I! \t .. '.a.
ii Virginia.: much insurance money as ly viola I > .- .J : N t
Major MorrelU of Leavenworth, JJ did It .is evident that the form : A :

county, Kaiu, has.a big.apple crop. He Jan .people are great, hearted sorship. ;: :
,expects to have 30,000 bushels of fruit. append liberally to every call are nqt.Imprisat4, i!
A peach grower of Linvale, N. J., distress.-Florida East Coast ) I
d this season has shipped 3,300 baskets\' .eker.' for said '. I '
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of peaches receiving $L25 a basket. la '- 1 -
The Gobson county Fruit and Vegetable Sestown Exposition Notes. fullyinmates fthem.
has been incorporated Exposition will be
company
at.Nashville,, Tenn., with a capital dventicn city of the UnitedIn ; '
_.' .f 13,000.. I 1S07.{ The latest conven- attend \ hp I es l lOrot: :: ; rsff

A. ,Boston commission firm has leased decide to meet there is thelonaf ,. got out ( I

tic :, g.cannery at'Medway, Mass., : League Press Clubs, :t.SIkn -, '
and will commence canning"apples at Uvides its time between thean > Ii
once.: and Birmingham, Ala. out son f' I f' j = *t '
thro
go
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The'Payette Valley (Growers' =rt features of the exposition I r" 3"guard
Apple lum lea : I .
ti Union, Ltd., 'has been ,Incorporated at '/ a great exhibit of pictures Institutiwith" ,?",-".l < I! : '

: Boise, Idaho with a capital of $25.000.r! a.1 artists. An attempt will "tt 'f". ; I .
_ Henry W. Carter,.of Millbury, Mass e0Lde'to ,Present more 'than two w."-., ';. 0 ea-i. {
'rIes of American art. \ .
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ti claims a record for his state in gi: such pa ;.l
-i- Dismal Swamp promises to at-
Jug twenty-throe barrels of apr- je a displ ?' ,, '\
tree.8 many visitors during,the James- ,' 4 .
trot one : <: :
inside. c ... ; > "
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1907. The t
Exposition round I "
Four of the ships of the P departmnot ::4 t .
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f"9 can be ,made comfortably in i 11" -' '
very' '
Fruit Co. vere suffering in th( ope c ; ; r i ,
.which have' been raging art( day, .and tt.Is estimated, that notOrleans. tqrs,. kn .'t-i l r. ',* 't .'i{": ', "'""l : ,j ;" '''":. '.: ,' -;;, -
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let less than 150,000 people will visit "J' ;; ;: i l : i. : 1.7" .,., ... ,
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., them ai t i. : 'iJ i-\j t it L p 1t a 1 4j J!""' ; ""'" t r
The : Ihe.'swamp: and .lake made famous by .-..' ,,-. : 'K;' >> '
tomato
crop am/ -
'.Moore. later if ...... .:, .' ",
t.
ttQefTom ,.,. ,
Ind.. :was so large tha.] 0',h 001." ,. ,. 'T ". '' ,.1,
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bushels were, : shipped.rd i/ Be it '. 'r 1 1, .'. ": .
The November Delineator. if'. l'
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catsup' factories.. '\ 041 TIi e; iaYe = -TVall. : .-. -. .,- .... ---'. .
It"1s stated that the damag, ,dj .,e __ 'J' :> I' -f- '-- o't) '<
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i
orange crop on: the lower coast of ':.t.T''t.. .'"'. l '
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' Louisiana'as a' t'of the recent :" i f .. f -:
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storms.1 is only about five per cent. F. '.. '.I. Jf'I'tr ;" ... .. '" [; ,.. ,>" ... ,".. : *,t ..
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Calhoun county, 111, has an enorjnous -. ,' "0 'J..
"c' "' .' t -
; apple_ ,crop this season. Some ..- ". '.
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of the 'fruit has been selling' $1.50@ '- ; ;; 't. "'
1.75 delivered at the steamboat land : :
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    : ing.11i.e ', ,..; t .;1 ". ',
    "' Eastern Shore of Virginia Pro.duce' I \ t :I r:; T. .th 'd' 1,1 ; -, '

    Exchange 'has taken steps look.fag "i : e "ra" e '-if... L. t
    to"haying a Drop exhibit of eastern : : .: "

    shore products at the Jamestown ,. >. : .<. ... \ '... .. ", : ,; ': Fi1' .: ',.' ,
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    Exposition. :: .,',-" I ., .t'. .:;''- .J "'" .>' ., :< p, .... '. '. >'S IS ;, .<:''.' '
    Ten,members of the.Ashtabwla Lettuce i '
    J } ;[ :
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    Growers' Association at. Ashta- ', ...4 : -: R" _" .', ;...J .
    .. ...... ". ". '. _." .' .
    tula, 0., have been indicted: charged ,.---- I .
    'with, e conducting .an unlawful combination ..... -,,'4'< '.:" ,. i i r :'lf(' .. .." "., ,,!.q..,,.!;;-i.""_:.'........ r.\.. t' t..r''f..i ': ,"

    ;. ,.to controLprices.of; lettuce tomatoes :: ..' I -r'1 I .. oW'l.t.i

    and cucumbers. I _" :: .
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    1 A (sort .of blight has affected the ___ ,.r : I;
    ,celery crop in' some parts of Warren ;
    _ bounty, 'N. X, causing the'celery E. Qur stock of Groceries Grain Fe4

    J to,wither and die when not'more than .
    growers $ ._ ,..... ... ... ., ,
    ball : .h
    Pr *
    puzzledover'the '
    grown. The are ',- ; ; '" 00" .r.; J" 'Y' '" : : '- -;-'O-31:' 36* rVA 4 -
    < ,cause of'I.the' blight,, which' is ..... > ,.: ... > : ." : : .. : t: : :' . <,' : ', .' J -"T- -; *-s .: 'r -..r '. '

    nnusuaL" ,, : --"
    \, J,' W., Clark! and" J. W. Frear, of E"&c. fot' the FaIt and Winter fradL IS '
    .
    At Lebanon,- Del., have purchased a ..
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    4 ,
    large crop of,'apples, which hey'.are ;
    r o < ,yicking; barreling'and getting ready < .. ; '" ,: .
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    -" .j; ',...... ,to ,send ,to cold, storage. There,are :: ; '
    1 '
    1;_ >_ :'' :about' re .thQusand baskets and are coming in daily by the car load and we

    -T{ r h' ':,. .of the'Stay; man Winsap and York Imperial : ,

    -i : varieties .

    ,<.t: .; ,HAY' PRICES--ADVANCE.' E I are prepared to fill! all orders.on' : short ... ''; ,

    Terminals! Have Cleaned Up and .. .

    ;, ,."'"fj'1"'' ;..,There J Is a Very Fair Demand. ." ,, 1., ''.,., 'r,
    '
    } New York, "Oct. 13.-The hay mark c-. : : '

    t et Is fix. fairly good shape. The accu- notice for: quantity : < ;:
    any v ; ,
    Ei
    ", aoiation- has pretty well cleaned up .. .

    under: a fair demand. Like the bulk:of I I'' .,.. :;.. '','" .,
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    1
    ., the principal markets, New' York is 0' '' '' "' ",

    short on good,timothy hay. The barges .
    are bringing a good deal of :the under E "' Our, stock is at present the most : .

    'grades;, but this is worked off among .

    ; the cheaper buyers. 'It looks as if lIF' i .,
    i.n food prices would continue, and the .'


    ':many strengthening this sections week in sustained.have values paid which Shippers rather occurred high in [ H_. complete we have ever carried. Let us : .

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    _ Jor their,hay this season, and present

    prices do not justify heavy shipments.
    The southern and eastern markets '

    are beating'' New York in prices, and quote; you prices.L '

    .jDonsidcrable hay is going to other > .
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    _i :aurkets. .- ." --
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    The buyers' who paid $1@3 a ton :' ,. l...'>:>
    x 'score for their hay in the country this c,

    -i is. F, Tear than last will have to get $186@ I ,. ,: 1 '." .> ..
    19 to, make even. A' lot of. hay is '
    :eing held for 'a rise. It does not look -

    as if there .would be a material ad- .3
    I

    vence In. the market soon so as to F .' .. ,,, _: : :.', ., .. : .
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    ,iinduce buyers to let this. hay go.There "
    are many dealers who predict .' :' '
    =that before another crop is harvested .' '- >, .:,, ''-' :' '.-. ,-' : ,' ." .... .' .
    ; .
    It prices will be as high as $30. 'It this I '. ,
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    I ,
    r occurs the buyers will mak ea nice :
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    profit I .
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    "
    Good clover mixed hay is moving '. /' ; ; "
    : :
    freely but, much stuff iswound .,
    ; :so poor ., '" 1. \ .
    4 that No 2 is dragging. Straw : .
    -t L\ sfa ,dull with:)little movement. All them : 'r : ; .
    < '
    ,embargoes have' been removed. E" Yours for More Business .

    Prices,during the week were as follows .
    a .... : ,
    q t ; : Prime' hay 19@20; No.. 1; $18 ...... .' ,'-
    W; : ... _, ".
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    } ing,6 t .. ..,. .' ;.
    JJhlpp ---- ,. ,.,, .,'. ': .
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    'ed $16@lr No.. 1. $15@16j: No. 2, '
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    < ;# $13@14. No...l clover $14@15' ; No. .2, -- I .
    s x '11314. No.'1 rye-straw,"$13; No. 2, .

    r ..at1@lL No 1 tangled rye; $9@10;
    > :
    :f l t "0;: 2, $89. Wheat and oat,'.$89.' E : 'A.i BROWN & BROh I


    Freezing weather- and ]killing frost".... ". "
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    tikis :early: in the season, 'soundsstxange c9. .. "' .J r ., ..-
    J':4 but it is, a common headline ,
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    ;Jn..most of the newspapers as far south ---- .'. "..._ ''''''<':.!"'.'' 'i'w.''.: '>...;,",'r. 't'.., :" .. ,... ,,' ,._ ;, "":. ,'. .'
    Atlanta.. C' :1!:'> "" Jt
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    ."Haxins ,has digappeared at, the : : .
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    a '';Wtec1.'St&t. Military.:'Academy,,,ac- ? ; : : }< 11f: :;: : :'. -

    ;_rdtnc to the:annual""rtport"of=the > l'lH lnl .
    -If' y-A.-, ..iJerla nt.'Brir..GeL A.J..KUlI( ..

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