The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00400
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; Maggie McCoy, daughter ,of I age Commissioners The" ::
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'; Mr., and Mrs. R. D. :McCoy .of Ista- ;

: ,: + t' ,' : ;:: ehatta, and Mr. Pierce; Taylor, )were : The statement 'Is frequently made .rt. .
that the board of drainage commissioners
married at the home, of the' ,bride's I I -
'grandmother, Mrs. Ida Peters, Oct. in addition to being granted
1. ) : ; May make it
-. ) : ; : 14, 1906' at' 9 o'clock. !I exlraordinarjr- powers, are not respons'bie" necessary"fot youto- f

'(k' .': -. -ANDPHOTOGRAPHIC- : -. It was a quiet wedding there, being to the legislature or anybodyelse borrow
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ii1'> ':>" 'only'a. few relatives and friends pres- I for their actions: some money*, We are ready to

; > ent.. This is ah error; arising'generally ,

; : GOODS i The, bride Is one of Istachatta'smost from, ignorance doubtless; but an error accommodate all legitimate lines of

'.J'', -, 'popular young 'ladies .and has all the same. It is ,true taat the

,ir*r many loving traits of character, which smenoment, -.does not ,specify that the industry and trade 1

AT THE :}have won many friends for, her The commissioners shall make reports to '

:groom was formerly of Lake >City, .the legislature, but there are ample

3SfcPOST; :haying been. jn Istachatta only a few '1'ovisions for; ,this is the state consti MUNROE & HAMBLISSt :

_ OFFICE! DRUG STORE .I monthsbut during, that time he has tt-tion, which is iiot set aside by the ,

:ii- -, : proven himself to 'bet a young man of amendments for while'-the amendment BANKERS

I many .sterling qualities. creates, a board and, confers upon it
} \ cErtain powers, it does hot relieve 0(;" ::::_:'-,'- ::-: ,- :.::;::.::_-_= ,:, _: .. .:'..::;:"" .:" ":'",::: ',_': : ::' :- :. : :' _':_' _
fJ.- ': .'0; '. Cobb-Mcleran. the individuals composing }Jt of their .

duties under the constitution and laws -
Last Thursday night MrAlbert E.< I k
f' ... "- Cobb and Miss Nellie McLeran were of the state. Back of all stands the Albert Williamson on the Broward-i:r '

'. i: >"''- :: r "- married at the residence of'the bride's power ,of the legislature, to impeachand Beard Debate. I 1rR..P ,

-' _' :.o parents, Mr. and stirs A. McLeran, remove from i office any man on "Candor is a vice as well as a virtue -

';:. ': :-: '' ; ; : :; ,,: The 'wedding was a beautiful home that board for misfeasance (or mal ," but if some friend would ask QS ?
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we be
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event and there were several atten- feasance) office, even though a
.j: ,rescriptioijs Carefully. Filled > cunipnled to acknowledge; Brow
_ : ,.,. .. ,, dants. specific 'crii should not be committed -
-Jt r made
and ,
t -;;\- _' The young: bride is .the daughter of and, again, the liability of any offic1avwho'ls a monkey of John Beard

_ one of the most influential men in guilty of a violation of iu, that drainage 'debate last Thursday .

>>a EHIKGS! ABouT TOWN Frank Durand tame up from Dunne that section. He is' a prominent law, to be tried in the courts as a .n??ht. We Have Now in Stock
1.t" \' '' "" ", -- _" lon to spend Sunday with his Methodist 'and attended the conference common ,1 elon, In addition to removal Mr. Beard is eminently capable of '-t _Y

s t I SARAVSLIZABETH HARRIS. mother. l : in this city last ,winter as a ,. forever. from office in the state. of making college a finished'professors.address But to he a board is the Most Complete Line of ; \

Local' Editor., lay delegate from his church. More than this the constitution and no s
-"r' : '. Mrs. James Engesser went down The groom is in business with the the laws :specify :duties upon the officers match for Broward in the rough and RINGS that Can Be Found '
., to tumble elements Florida :
Dunnellon Monday to jgin Mrs En. bride's ,father and they will maketheir, composing the proposed board _politics. ,
r,Mr.'J.,N* Strobhar..- of 'pannasot kee, gesser who has recently taken up home at Wellborn. that they-should: not evade, assuming We once heard a noted evangelistsay Anywhere. .*

) ''!a8'n'the. : city Monday. his residence in the Phosphate City. they should desire to do so. that the devil never went neaTer ,
j of the ; \ a'certain,little.village than a high hilt]
f Making .a Plaything, Supreme The drainage commission wouldbe Call and See Them
L, r.Br. Win. .S.i1i 1aIr was up Monday Prof, P. Wilson Green of, Belle- Court. composed of the 'governor, the overlooking it; that he simply looked *

:.'fpm his-orange, grove, at Candler. view and Mr W., A. Re 'Utof The New York World prints ,this. comptroller, the treasurer the attor- on and saw that everything was goingon

Citra, 'were, among'the enterprising from its Washington correspondent: ney general and' the commissioner of as well as he could wish and "went

Sr4 ,Mr..:Alex Holly;' o( Orlando, made a Marion. countyites in the city Monday "President Roosevelt is In search agriculture 'of the state. his 'way rejoicing. -

V-; flying business! trip to our. city Mon ; So it TO'; >-**'' tM1 drainage
for J1/man to fill the vacancy in the All 'except the;governor are bonded proposltion. .

SSfc day,..:' supreme court created by the .retirement officials-the treasurer in. the' sum of Its friends make: appointmentsto
If (" ', Mr. Sam Christian has gone. to'.his of 'Associate..Justice Brown, and one hundred thousand dollars, for a discuss it with only such oratorsas IHE
it, !4r.;;and' :Mrs. Steve. CMlsof,, $parr, old home at Anniston, Ala. to visit is ,doing every thing possible to avoid faithful performance of their duties. tney,. themselves choose.In .

'were'; among' the shoppers in the city relatives and he will also go to Birm.' selecting a man who; J holds, states'-: The duties of the'attorney general and this case Barrs Broward and

: Mondayi. : ingham to attend the Alabama home ; rights doctrine He.is not making;any the commissioner of agriculture as Company were the sole judges as W'' x

coming. secret of this fact. either. The constitution specified Tjy1. law do not seem to have the qu .fications of the speakers, ,

<'Miss' ,EloyseSmaak, from returned a brief homel"Mon'4ay.aftenioon visit Mr.. A. J.. Harrison" of York at ,requires but Imposes him: no to limitations make his .selection on-* any members particular"of the bearing drainage upon-commission'them as, said Beard to was be "dead chosen easy because,," he was Fred .0. B. Weihe ;;

?relatives at Lowell present connecated with .the Gainesville ,
349 It nice but .
was truly a audience; '
him., It is'an unwritten law that ,
: & Gulf ; but duties of other officers ,do. The .
1- railway York In -
; him to, choose before Mr. Beard had concluded'lis f l6 Jeweler
men supposedto duties of the administrative officers }
| f Mr. town Monday business
| George. Tylor: went down to"annillpn on conected
address it the
opening was plain that
be learned the law. '
are prescribed ,In article of the
with the
;: 'Monday afternoon to look company. '
crowd with Broward. For L .J
was even
}n the Kansas City Star 'Ye find state constitution. .
,: te( some' property Interests. -H-
point view latter
'a legal of the
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this 'from
Mr. McGahagin. '. dispatch a Washington representative Section 9, provides that the :governor '
one the
: the ,
had the, best of argument. ,
: r' r shall
i Mr. John w Pearson spent! communicate by messsage
.. Sunday A. 'c. L.'s most popular conductors "
r ":The'president has let it be known 'Tis true 'Us pity and pity 'Us
j : son and ughterJnIawJ ; who is to the )legislature at each regular
'hSitiggthIS! in charge of the .Dunnellon and "
'tis true! But it Is fact nevertheless T.
that he has selected a man to fill the a Needham
information the
session i
;- %%.I! and Mrs. Earl Pearson,:at Apop. ? : surrounding phosphat'e ,mine tra1nswas' ", concerning ,'that the high "muckamucks" who ;
SrAt'Va* J- in town ,on a visit Monday.George's" vacancy caused- by the retirement of condition the state. Certainly, the ,
have this farce comedy have
Justice Brownwh n he consldersSafon. managed
work of the dra1I age"Commission, of
ij\;: ranesii. Ocala ,friends'always enj9Y'giy1ng the ot _states' rights made a most bunglesome sort of ajob'cf
; : T: D liof- Gfelnesville.jg him:hearty: grip and welcometo question and which he: would be chairman, should It *

.-,w-,.tba.. 'guest ofhet4Irents; Mrs..and hisoid.stamping.grounds. the negro.. In the' selection of thisfrail bt re-porifid.as-.a part,of, the "condi : :
".Mrs..'Co A.'Uddon.x:'. n"'vOcklawaha ave-. he endeavored secure"' a, man tton'of, th&state'nd-a"selcrespecthg It has, truly_ J been 'a. .case of "Wpn'tyea TJJe..Plum .
-...'f" U'e.. "-'>..- ',. ,.J \J" of high ability; who could look at the i legislature would lose-no time 1mI walk into my. parlor said the ,
*, ., ; Mr, Allan Rodgers, whd| several Spider' the Fly?"
[cases brought before .from a national who would
peaching governor re-
: r ;t. : -' years ,ago did! such valuable' work' I Gas
on Thus far the of this
ri. ;Mrs.: C.,M.. Brown, jr;, are point of :.view. fuse'to Inform them upon such an important promoters fitter,
f be proud>aie.ntl( cif 'a little babf:girl, the 'hard roads.-of this county; is now Commenting upon this the Louisville I matter: drai?.age proposition have made ev

} hich arrive Fridays-Miami-Metro:; > located at Inverness, a'nd-.iias the Courier-Journal says: I 'Section. 23; provides that the comptroller eJt single appointment for these II 's' !:.

(, x plis.! hard roads building of CUroST: county Intent upon the establishmhent" of I shall examine, audit, adjust sp akingg and have arranged every ; ... r .

: in charge. He is a' thorough road such, a program, haying done what he :and settle the accounts of all officers detail In connection therewith, and- HAS QPEICDP 'HIS NEW1t "

f:1.t ": Jtidg'W"S."'Buhoclf and' Stathi At11 : builder 'and' Citrus is' to be congratu- could in the. past to] accomplish the r cf the state, and' he' is .under penal they have played with the passions -, *:" 1_
d4 to lated upon, securing his services.-4'Mr. exaltation of the nation and the re-j and prejudices of the' anti-drainage ,
Davis.-jretttrn Sumterv111et "
If ;trey c .. { ta bond for the faithful performance. of SHOP'ONTHE CORNER OF ,
.; !=1unday8fternoon"to. hea> a\ mnrderI : Rodgdisvas Ocala Mondaymaking duction. of the state .by means' of legislation 'these ,duties. forces as children play with toys. .
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_ - a., 'rI ; and In Instance i J WITH A, j'. -
speak single
,"" not to be surprising-even though .it urer shall :receive and keep all funds, every ;

'.*Vi rMisg' ,Daisy"!*3 l/ /who has. been A special City Lolled Council' Meeting.or'the be regrettable-to read' that he proposes bonds, :and other:, securities, in such they have made the anti-drainage fellows FULL LINE OF ,
( months in Asfyille, meeting to, cap the climax and to in "pay the freight.? SANITARy -
as shall be
;jj : sp ndng/s! yera!: manner bylaw "
city council held ,
was TueSday to
night -JL"
:b .sister Mrs Hardy : sure the absolute elimination of thestate and shall disburse funds It's "heads I win and tails you '!
p \ ,N, ; 'with he t', hear the preliminary of" ; no nor AND
,report Ludwig by'juggli the. court.. lose!" They catch them "gwine and MODERN PLUMBING,;',
p. t s- 'C.1 room. arritejf. hove Sunday JI. : and company ( : g supreme issue lionds-,or other'seeurities.ex c '
. I. .'.... ,;... -.'..__, "i ( '. ,, the Atlanta firm of The thought of abolishing the state cept 'on order; of comptroller, countersigned 'comin"Hand still these people who
% V electrical
]jra ,and ::)4Wi, 1 am' Herbert and' test engineers the engaged to inspect by any procedure "is revolutionary! to by the, governor,. in such manner imagine themselves politicians can- J GOODS.. .WHEN. IN, NFEO OF
new machinery ,
recently .
? I supreme not"catch Jacksonville Florioian. I'
the :
do 'it
g' courtand
by packing "
Powers' .announce the birth ,of installed .ui; the city 'electriclight >Ea shalla ,be prescribed: by law. }I FIRST "CLASS SANITARY'PLUMBING '
F >
: Harris Pow- making that august tribunaj subservient -.Section provides that the
:; ; .a. k'aon, William plant. 3Tj _
; : .ersf the little ,one having l to:the executWe'is'not: Jat iigtrative? ':"officersshall! make ad-I Ux-Senator J..-R, Burton, of Kansas
: : detailed
__ The full and report; will .ALL ON HIM., E
short of treason. ; has begun serving his sentencein
reports of acts 'and expenditures -, "
P axrjygdat, their home on Orange av be prepared'afte Mr-,Ludwig"s return ..all...., ; receIpts. the United States penitentiary. '. -. ::
eight their"'respective -of -
o'clock.I pt
/ : nueiMonday morning .
to'Atlanta and, presented at
,.r- ... Sees-- to 'time at the His .wife- ands daughter.followed him
P. the' next regular me ting' of the President Ti. :J. I, Brown of the governor, beginning -
coun ,
t iJJrJ.
; '
frank' Reagan' after spending cal '', -- : Tampa mid-winter fair, has returned fcf each regualr session of the, to the prison doorst What ..a lesson
friends from and legislature;; or ;whenever the governor this carries. with it!. From, a seat In ,
.several days: in Ocalawith, noughlowey, "was' shown to ; a most important I
: -
/, ;'returned to' his i home at Brooksville indicate that the tests-'and? examination highly successful trip to' New York, shall require it* and further 'says,.' the United} States senate to prison j' FiereU

1' t: ''Sunday afte 'nOO 1. : pJrl Reagan' hasmaiy were entirely: satisfactory ,end where ..he'proc ed for appearance at "Either house'.t>f the legislature may j cell With what pround elation the R
the coming State Fair to be held at at any Ime' call upon any officer' of I wife and 1iaughtersentered the society ,
: : friends ini Ocala; who" are always that :we. can .look forward town .Improved : .
: glad tjtb": ; welcome ; him back to ,hIs' 'torjernome. service., ? .. Tampa, 'Nov.. 14th 'to'29th, the 'most this (executive) department for information ] circles of the capital city and .- '::.-,-.- ,- : .::' .':;/:$,:':"-<:'_:,'.
and required by IC" It Is pro how their spirits.must have been "
.After informal discussion magnificent costly amusement
- ",",,'i4. .. Questions and;; the on lighting attraction ever brought south of the vided" elsewhere in the constitution crushed when- the prison doors 'clos- All New Goods too.
day and nightservice .
; '(t. ed their husband and father. _
that the accounts of the shall upon
Mason and Dixon .line. In short he ocers
biro Duncan. Ocala's' the council :
: ,P. B popu'tl. -adjourned at
850 .
The brunt of one'sevil 'doing after ,
be committee of *
contractel for at the fair inspected bya joint
; '
riar. : agent reached home after session of appearance
JU (X L. a an hour.
-F- extensive trif"'f. which has pleased several trillion residents five from the ,senate and house of all falls heavier upon others than up-j No. 1 .:.35?.- k
his members
fl. Sunday night from The present w reG tes
through the 'west;. While away he Ford, Weathers .Owen Chace, Carmichael and visitors of Chicago.' :He representatives, appointed each ses- on one's elf.. Cream of Wheat <*.; ? '!tk; :--
p.. met in 'New York by P, M. sion.I <
"yj of the most was $"
*- visited a large'number1: and Sage. The' mayor; city the Call on. H W, Tucker if. you are Quaker Oats K. ... ? ,, .. ,,, .'.1ac -
?timportant points, in the far west, and attorney, marshal, superintendent Barnes' manager of great White have emphasized'severa1 words 'of ''having done 4 ,
City. Chicago's: great amusement resort and in the above sections of thinking anything in Puffed Rice :: '
.> had: avery splendid trip.. electric light plant .and several citizens phrases .. u ? ....10<:. "
p ".i; : : rf were also ,- upon which millions of dollars rne. constitution Jor the benefit of the the electrical line. He guarantees .1 ; -. >
> present have been spent, and' closed the con- astute editors 'and :constitutional law his work, and his, prices 'are reason Petti John ,Breakfast Food .. ....15c. '
bits; J, J. Dickinson;; has.as, herR Just why more citizens do not attend -
p-i these meetings where matters of tract for the hippodrome as .above ;;ers who do not;seem to be aware able., x Shreaded. Wheat Biscuit l50.
"-: stated. The:cost of b bringing the Hip- \ <
o; .. : such importance" to' .themselves. :are .will t.iat they are there. Grape Nuts ."! .. .i. ....,. ;u .. .,15c, $o
. :*." son. and Mrs. Stickney are at the determined isan Ocala mystery. Their pbdrome-to. Tampa amount to The opponents of the amendment We have reduced .the prices on all :

'E 4,Lenoi,. where. the venerable widow presence would:At least indicate to ever $20,000, from which it is evi- would have us believe 'that if it is summer dry goods. Inspect our stock Force (with Vigor) f. '. .: ..15c. _

p J', the late brave' ; General Dickison' the members' of the council an. interest worth traveling hundreds of miles to t-dopted the legislature will 'be legislated and getourpd'ces. We:can save'ybv Hecker's' BreakfasKWheat. Flour
; JacksonvtIle :Met in their gratuitous work 'lor. the see., The conb'actors"of the Fair Association out of the question entirely, In money 'Fair.- -- --' '
x'malties ;her home. The x
, ropolis.-.- '- city.. t are determined to stop jit spite -of the '''proposed amendment ... 10c. 15c. and ... . '. ...25 t

; '{? ;. nothing in making the coming' fair which reads *The, legislature may' 0 [' Virginia: Cured Hams: : ,
F ? Benjamin P. .CahouriDeacf.} an even greater sucess than that of provide for the! assessment of benefits 't1 .ofea5tDnRl. ,
w- r. .C.: A. Tice; 'of Daytona, acompetent last and will do so regardlessof derived of ....._ ................
.ihorpughly .an'd first. class Hon. Benjamin, P, Calhoun, one! ;.of year from lands by reason' ., -

J.x.pr-t: t r- arrived in-.Ocala Sunday, andhas..iccepted the most .Widely Jaiown-.attorneys inthe expense:, While visiting other cities such -drainage,, ,""and the .collection L. D-FULL &. _. > rL. F..BLALOCKj:; O. : 'I\}( 'GROCER
,:.::. %- ) : a.positlon.ia the job de- .stl1t died at his home, jn., Palatka on his trip. 'President Brown secured and the 'proceeds',, therefrom shallbe. '" R LLE a &,BL&LOCK. ./ j ; ,
: -
s Saturday afternoon of pneumonia 13 ?'part nent;of.this paper:and ,1he: :Qcala! '" ; :Dentists. Clark, Bros., =
>.. 'Banner ever..is pre.- Mr 'Calhoun, at 'the .ilme. 'of his harness. horses of the "Southern 'cir to' be; used by them for .
howrmore than Over M & Cbamb'.iss Bank Ocala.Fla.
suit necessitating' the immediate woe North of .dty1 Market .
& death wasstates 'from the such drainage purposes-
** ''do the bestlan'neat attorney ,
$ ,P & to Quickly very : )" ..
: >i ornamental. Job print-, eighth, judicial Circuit and was "very erection of 'a .large number of additional If the language of the am ndment '- . -
.- esteemed hroughout thestate.- .stables... He also secured manyqiherattractions E.IIGGS, ',.. ?
highly plain provisions of' .the -- --- '"
itself the
;:.agtaoliCit! ;four; orderSj;. ;.f. : andfadvertised- j T ....:-- '
=.v., -" 'i He. wasvmember of Vvery;prominent : .FlqrIda. state constitution, the 'numerotta'actsofthe : I
!\'t ,family' and :.was'-born'in New. .. and the State Fair extensively in legislature'passetf/ make "ef- ATTOKNEY-ATLAW. Ediciton! bySo I'aU'J
?X {Captat.r T\ 'it 'JOlu son has ;Jrefnrn .(Office in Gtry-Agaew Boc'rj' ... _
.;;j::' ,:from 'a ,:rtsi( to ,Lakel'nd: WhilsV York ('andj has;lived' most. of his, life the. east, and" west. -', fectiye Ihe;'constitu ion l checks upon -I ocALA,;' .,': ; t ,Jft.olUDA, teaming hone or t pbrraait to g$(to. i'" .
In Florida.: _.r .executive officersthe'.liability. aan.t/taii c ily !*r.tiLKbrfork :fad .1IomIt. a
there"hi ,his big the .: y' -
"disposed pf'one'of : -
: r :OfIlgelgr9Y ; :He\stm j 'haw.twoleft,' He'leavea.. a- ,.wf..el..,.and. .seveial.ons.' The j loss oflife ot' &' !emp1Qyedon to lIn lreichment ;)afld criminal prosecution 1 EDWIN SPENCER. ,Sdeaoe*,EatoryjAfin bn.GearIIeUT.rtc.' ;_i, J "'Y.. c
lhe''lorlds'Eat Coast taiwayex- I 'T TACIat JI.&O.'hIdIda Y
are ) "" 'k ,, and, ultimate responsibility to
Ife says people idotvri'thgre: : "
,apRfr1ng :that theiret-tunga; J9.;destroy ,. jn;. anft McsWilliam' Tydlngsof I tension' amounted: toilSSj;" the loss'of the'people;at"the 'polli does not make J ATTORNEY-AT:LAW, tcJpuI'd L SI07ra!fDIE8,1'aJ.t amceaa ..na ai; -

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'- -' DAMAGE. terday was Mr. J, J. Connea, &f ::

_3 : "c, Special correspondence-Ocala Banner; Special correspondence, Ocala Banner. Special correspondence. Ocala Banner. Negroes Ask Roosevelt to.Break Up Dunnellon. ',,-

.. On October 12 a'surprise birthday Our postmistress: and agent.'arrived The box social given by the' young Loss of Life 139, and Damage to and Republican Office Holding in the : -

: ". : '. party. .:was given to Mrs. J. P. Smith home, recently.. She has made an ex- ladies of the public school was at Loss of Property $150,000. South. Mrs. A. E. McKee a large propertr.

:- at the home of'her': son; VJ 'P. Smith. tenslv trip, through the uort .' tended by the young people of Cand- j holder at Leesburg is dead She died ,.i .

;. : i. It was' given by her children and a Mr. E. -S.. Upham, the proprietor of ler. East Lake and Ocklawaha, making The Morning News is glad to be New York, Oct. 24.-:President at .Seven Mile, Ohio. .

;- few friends ,Mr. .and Mrs., J. O. Tyson the "Pleasant Hill House," also arrived .'it quite a success both sociallyand able to give its readers a correct Roosevelt has been appealed to by

-. and .Mr.,and ,Mrs. C.
.Mrs..Smith' is one of'the oldest set Carter and family are Rev. ,Barre of Belleview, storm to the Key West. extension negroes of this city to use his influeace ,ulte sick is improving much to the ,

tiers ,of'this. community, and ia much again at his old. home., Mr. Carter preached a moat interesting and .Instructive equipment. to assist to better the con pleasure of her friends. .

'I loved bYe all ;who _know her She was met with an accident recently while sermon at the new school So far as .the authroities have been dition of the negroes of the south by

: ", the recipient of. many useful presents coupling cars.. His' 'foot.caught in building on Lake avenue last Sunday able to ascertain the total number of disbanding the republican organizations The Ocala House is being repap.ed ,.;
,Each family brought well. filled some way and the result was the. loss evening. There was a good attend men' drowned 139, which is less by in that section of the country. repainted and otherwise fixed cj> '

baskets and.-at 8 o'clockthey were of, one of his toes... ance and great interest manifested in half than 'was at first supposed and The leaders, who say their work Is'a' for the opening December 1. .'"

\ invited'to the dining room: where they Report, has 'it that some one enter the able, sermon. which, the circumstances indicated. "new emancipation movement," the

did fiu, justice to. the many good ed the residence of Mr:. Bard and appropriated The numerous friends of. Miss Kate Mr. Flagler's loss in vessels barges, leader of which is John B. Sypox, a The Florida house, of which Jin. :

I. thingc, which consisted' of chicken the sum of fifty dollars Scott, of Stanton Va., will be delighted etc., and the. damage to the work unfder negro who was a member of the Vir. i Massett is the proprietess, ig being

-: roasted ,and fried and chicken pie also a revolver. to hear of her expected arrival construction including an immense -, ginia legislature during reconstruction enlarged and greatly Improved get :

roast pork. ,baked beans macc ronl, Mr Mathews and family are moving next week to spend the winter with quantity of 'cement which was days, declares. that politics is ting ready for the winter. :

.. breads pickles, salads, pies, custards to Mlcanopy. We are sorry to Dr. W. H. Henry and family. flooded will not exceed $150,000. i responsible for all of the troubles of :.

.. :.' and cakes. The evening was spent in lose them. Mrs. C. J. Smith is preparing to The losse sat various points along 1 the..negroes of the south and say Professor McKlnne, of Candler*/,

pleasant conversation and music.. In I open her beautiful home as a first the extension were as follows: that the carpet-bag politicians and was in the city yesterday. H ,

f .- leaving, all :wisfied Mrs.. Smith many I. THE NEWS FROM MOSS BLUFF. class boarding house for the winter. Jewfish CreeRoa'dwork he white republicans are the worst brought: .a number of boxes of oriA: :!

'. more, pleasant and happy birthdays.. She will have accommodations for uninjured. enemies of the race. anges from his handsome grove and );-

_ The cemetery working .of the M. Special correspondence Ocala Banner, about twenty-five guests.Mr. Houseboat Gamma capsizednoone The appeal declares that the only sold them to the Ocala fruit dealers. : .:.

EL church on ,October, ju, was' well We are having gentle showers fora Sam Pyles spent several days injured. object of the republican organizatIons ;;

:? : attended and the graves are looking few days which are very refreshingto the past 'week with Judge Smith. Mr. Steamer Peerless had smoke 'stacks in the south is to obtain for On Wednesday Mrs" S. T. Sistruak1 "
:: 4. neat and. clean as a result. beans and potatoes. Pyles was looking over the road from blown off, pilot house blown .in .dav certain white men and a few negro received a telegram from Thomasvifle,: : ,.'

.. The following Masons of MorningStar its of life boat twisted out of shape.. Ga., announcing the death of her '
The :work of recovering the Baptist Lake Weir to White Ferry with .a agitators all the federal patronage
.'. church hope will Lodge No. 19 attended the lay. Some empty tanks (6,000) .ga'l. uncle, Mr. C. C. Atkinson In that
has begun and we view to having it turned into a hard that friendly president will give, '
'. Ing of the corner stone of Marion's blown off from water barges. # city. He was over sixty years of
\ soon be completed, 'as Rev. .Cullum road in'the near future. and that even states where no republican -

x I will begin a series of meetings here new court house last Wednesday in Mr. R. L.. Martin, of Ocala, spent Between Upper and Lower Meta candidate could hope to get one age and was a most estimable gentle

..z Sunday. Ocala: W.; E. Martin, A. J. Snell. J. Saturday and Sunday at the "Lake combe Key. tenth of the vote the republican organizations man.'C
A. Reynolds E. O. Cordey L. W. Dredges Rough Rider and Babcock
: Miss Florence, Bradley invited Weir" hotel. are maintained for the
Wilson, I. P. Stevens, T. 'E. Carra- held anchors and are all right. Mr. James R. Moorehead is survey
:. few friends to her home Wednesday Mr. J. L. Driggers building an. sole'purpose of obtaining patronage.In .
way, C. J. Smith and John T. Lewis. : Pile driver with two men lost ing Sanchez street in front of the
Mrs. Van which'will
: evening to'.meet her cousin addition to his house con a ,statement issued by the organisation
in All pronounced the. day a'grand suc Between Lower Matacombe and Long residences of Messrs. Crom, Rawls -
Winkle. *ue evening was passed sist of several more rooms. : is1 the following:

i I 'beautiful. :violin. 'and piano music. cess.The 1 Keys. "The negroes back of the movement -r and others and has fixed the grade

Miss Hassle Smith returned home debate between Governor THE FLORIDA FEMALE COLLEGE Dredges Dodge Manetta. Oyama. think, it high time the negro for the curbing so that the oak trees.

.. Broward and lrO' Beard was earnest. NOTES. Mikado and house boat safe. which .are the beauty of the street, "
Thursday from a few days visit to : should protest against being exploited

.'. Tacoma. Broward .was eagerly listened to, Two house boats and forty-five (1)) for the private gain of a small t will be preserved. The street will :

'\ '..' Miss Irene Beck, a beautiful and the question being a 'very vital one Tallahassee Oct. 23,, 1906. men lost. I class of office holders. The promoters be ryit in excellent condition. .

t. accomplished music teacher, of 'Feli to all the people. Everyone, seemed To the Editor Ocala Banner: Long Key Viaduct l hope to destroy the antagonism that
lessons. anxious to hear the facts in the case 'The Florida Female Quarters boat No. 4. blown out to I Mr. Ed. Tucker has a good position" ,"-
:" lowship, is here giving music college opened was created in times of reconstruction '
i Each handled his side of sea-had about 150 on board-49 men I as an electrician in New Orleans bat :
.. Mrs.: V.. P.; Smith 'and daughter, speaker the this year with a fine enrollment and establish conditions under
: well and from all picked up and takenJnto Key West, has been. offered a better one 111 F
subject points,
Miss Janie, and Misses Hassle 'and About thirty-five counties are represented i which the two races may live together -
: Rosa Lee Smith left Monday for La from the expressions that we heard and one hundred and thirty- 25 taken to Sanannah, and somemore In peace and mutual helpfulness." San Francisco and may go to that :.

., Crosse to attend the wedding of Miss the governor captured the crowd or five students answer daily to the are said to be at New Orleans, In the appeal sent to the president wonderful city. He did not go to i ;:

.- Bessl Parker to Mr., Barney Quinn,l I at any rate a large majority. The chapel roll calL Havana and Nassau.No. .J ,and the governor of southern Panama on account of the fever ',,.; "
day was certainly a grand one and 3. quarters boat was blown on every which is now prevailing there. :}f:'
The marriage was solemnized at the The college this year is able to :state it is stated that thA troubles ,

__ -- First ;BaptIst church on Wednesday our people will long remember the offer four scholarships of $100 value short and now lies there-all safe on .of the negroes of the south were Mrs. J. R. Shaw, of Island Groe":'Iz'.,..:

o'clock. Miss.Hassle courtesies 'extended to them, by the each.. These for deserving board.
October 17, at two are designed caused by the. formation of the negroes is -'
visiting relatives
in the city.
of Ocala. all Fourlarge work barges and "a pile
people' We. are
:, I ..""- Smith played Mendelsshon's beautiful and well qualified young women after the war into 'Loyal
f march for the bridal glad. we were there. who would otherwise be unableto driver (steam hammer) were driven ,
wedding .
.: !Leagues" and "Republican Party" .organizations

Mr. :M. A.
t f Dudley, formerly with the
John T. Lewis. of this place attend out to sea and lost. Some damage
of attend
; : Her dress was light college. These scholarships
processIons; : as against the
., weapons Teapot Grocery in this city, was vi
ed the speaking at Leesburg on the done to coffer dams but none to completed
.. blue silk, trimmed in ribbon rqsetts. defray all expenses except those of whites of that section. This" has proved iting In Ocala yesterday.

: Miss.Janie :Smith was mald- t.honof -"U1. books clothing and laundry, and are concrete piers. a curse instead of a. blessing to

J her loyely dress was'of white net Governor: Broward was, present and offered through the generosity the Barge of coal lost. / I
and o(
I the negroes.: Another fatal error :Mr. E. M. Briles, a prominent citi-? .
I over white silk, made h'is famous drainage speech. I board of control and the state boardof Barge containingblacksmith shop, forced upon the negroes from pulpit zehof Bushnell, was in Ocala yesteivday :
:: rain badly at.this The opera house was full of people education the citizens of Talla- machine shop and _stove rooms lost '
_. ..:: : We are needing I to corn field is, the address states, and was a guest at the Ocala
and if applause counted for anythingthe near jiaduct can be raised.
_ ;. -, ..wriUng.k. nassee an.d the members of' the fac that a Jefferson democrat is less House. ,

.. -,.:;:,.' ,: NECRO. governor captured everyone there. I ulty., For further information apply .i Barge containing false work for friendly to' the interests of the nesroes ,
Mr. and Mrs; Sanford of Tampa viadu arches-seven in number- :
to Prof. Arthur Tallahassee
I Williams than 'a Lincoln republican. The Col. R. F. Rogers, Mr. J. M. Rogers ,
... KENDRICK ITEMS. are visiting Mrs. Sanford's parents, Fla. .lost.
{. : address concludes follows and Miss Rogers of
.'. '.' Gasolene as : Lynne and, Elec-
: ; : Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin of this All launch Enterprise drivenon
departments of the
\ Ocala Banner. college are "When the day shall come that were tra, were registered at the Montefiuaa-
-; ,:v 'Speclalj correspondence place. for the'e snore and broken up.
fullly equipped t work
a no longer used by the white hotel yesterday. -
_ : Signs of winter are. approaching: Mrs. Oliver Fort has returned to and especial advantages are offered | Gasolene launch Edna-on b 1ore. :
men as mere human ammunitionwith
: To some it is pleasant but to me it her home in Titnsville. She was' accompanied in music and art. | Gasolene launch Palm-not heard which to 'fight our neighbors, Mr. G B. Tankersley, who came u <
heart with sadness to think i
fills from. *
my by"her mother Mrs. Margaret
A fine Lyon and to attend the of
their .fol- Healy ipe! organ then and only then 'can we consistently meeting the E.k'
of the treeslosing beautiful Gasolene launch
: Fort., ; Columbia-not '
has Coleman
p been placed in the chapel andinstruction go to Jamestown" Va. and Tuesday 'night returned to ) '-
lage. I- shall try and conslle myself heard from.
.. Mr. S E. Chalker has returned to is offered by' Miss' Foster. Wednesday afternoon. -
on bended knees ask God to
with the words. "We would not our helphe'
; poet's his position on the East ,Coast at one of the finest organists in the Knights Day Dock. t white men keep sacred the I., r'
month co-
.. the blossoms ,if- every were Dtytona.A south. The organ .greatly improvesthe Dock and men all safe. Mr. J. E. Branch and Mrs. BranchJ=
enant He
\ I made with the founders .
\: I m'en
May of Quarters
great number our young 'appearance of the chapel and boat safe. of Summerfield and Miss Doney
: given at Mr.. J."f. 1. of the, nation.... /
The .
( picnic ,
j -' are assiting Mr; Eph. L. Carney in adds to the Impressiveness of the Steamer discharging stone safe. Marsh, of Pannasoffkee were shop;|: .

.Webb's farm Saturday was most enjoyable putting up his fruit on Lake Weir, beautiful HOWARD EAGLETON; :n. ] Ocala and
chapel service. A, L. AVebb's Clearance. Sale is : ; a : yasferday: were registered ,
j '* although not very largely at which has become so' famous in the: The literary societies are in a very Res. Engineer, still on' x at the Montezuma.

: tended. The, young people played eastern markets. flourishing condition and are doing Long Key Viadcat _ .
t many very amusing games and had two Among the young ladies who_ .attended fine work. The Thalian Literary -Miami Morning News. '- --,

large ,swings under the big oaks, the exercises in Ocala last
society now numbers sixty 'members. -' Florida East Coast Railway'I
:: .whIch lent. their charms to. the Wednesday from this place were Miss The college paper, "The Talisnan," Cob J, B. Johnson, of Live Oak,

pleasure of the day. Miss Mollie Chalker says somewhat
; Georgia White. sneeringly in the Live
will be Issued soon and the studentsare .
': ; local Tune Card No. '7. Ia Effect 11 19C'
:, -Miss Beulah' Carrington is visiting\ and Miss Emily Hallford. looking forward with interest Oak Democrat "Our constitution has Septembet .
: .to
t. :, r' ; her slater Mrs., Annie Aikin at Ocala. Everybody is invited to'.mPet at the been so cut ..and hacked- until it is SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOC'ND-READ UP.
the first number of the term.
I : .. Rev. Sanders of Reddick, came. I ooi1. .. __ ;
.. Congregational church next- Sunday 'The club wit hardly as ; and sacred as an act -s .
.. .down ,to attend ,-J picnic the latter at 10 o'clock to reorganize our Sunday work next Lyric Wednesday. resume The cantata its of one of' our' average legislatures. Nj STAT1ON&" I.JI ':au.,!i: 1'

-t part of the week. school. ... : You know how they are." Next .". VVY-1k.m 5 u&m L..,................Jack>>OOyu .................Ar 'I .bprn I &4
church is Tennyson's "Sleeping Beauty, OIpm! a2esw ........-.outhJ&ek.otiI1e..L, Tlopm 8471a7pia ..
work new
.. The on VAKAPIN. will be stuaied. breath: "Let us all vote against this 164O&m ...............&.Aagu.itlne................" Gbp.a 746&1a
progressing nicely and its completion drainage amendment at this time. 7 riSpm 1118&m ... .............. H&It1.ogl......,........... 3pm S 4i
_ ; is eagerly looked forward to by the A series of concerts will be given Because we will be __8 alpm 11 35&m. .................& l'a1&.t.,.............. .. ._t _8 _a_

CENTRAL NEWS. by the music, department this .year. giving ,to a few 833pm 12 00m Ar................... & .................... 8 QI&m
'. imembers Voice, piano and selections will men a taxation power when the tax- '74.3pm .11 .1Oin L'...................Pa1&tk.. .......... ...... r : GCm G 55aa

-1: -: Mrs: J. W. Perry and sister Miss Special correspondence Ocala Banner.It organ ting power should for all purposes re- tpm ............ .r.................Ran )I.Leo .....,...........LY .......... .. .1Ii6a
I ,pessie Leavengood, of Ocala, were at be given. A large attendance of the |main In the ............ 5" ISam Lv..n u&teo.................Ar S 2Spm'ipin ....

T W. last Sunday af- seems as though we are goingto Tallahassee people is hoped for. legislature. 1232pm: .. ,....,............ ...................Ar 43Qpm1 Siin 1
Mrs. ,, Ridley's. have a shower which is greatly Vesper services 9 Upm 12 40pm ....................Dllpont.................. :it' I 3ia
..ternoon.4 are held once a Blood! Poisoning I t 4pin 1 Upaa ......s...........Ormond .................. .. IMP i 001II
E. Jones and infant.daughter needed by all the farmers. I.chapel. Pres.. Murphree presides results from 10 O'Jpm tllpID! ." ..................D&1ton....,_.,........... .. I ,pm 448&.
Mrs. W. chronic constitution, 'lO 4 ............... .
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Mr. Maxey Adams was taken seriously these 13pm 1:16pm. For; orange. ........,.... 3pa 4 71a
_of Agnew, were visiting relatives We he will over services and music is furnished which is quickly cured by Dr King's 10 36pm 2 OOpm ..,........ Smfln.. ........... : = p1110am : 415&.
last :week. ill Monday. hope by the faculty quartette. These New Life Pills. They remove all .. "pm ..'...........Lake Hele .." ....;.......: ., i pin
: soon be up again. services are greatly poisonous from the 11 28am. 455pm Arl............... .' 12pn: : Ag; :
returned'last enjoyed by students germs system
: Mr. James Carrington Mr. Curtis Robbins is back from 1140&111 500pm. ......... .orangaC1tf..f.. :
and citizens of and infuse new life and vigor ltipm 5Opm14bpn _
1 week from a visit to his ,daughter: i Tallahassee.. ; cure t iUpra LT.'e..8.......,.........
Hernando. He to remain .. .' .r 3kpm 4 O'&m
.. Mrs. R. M. Spiers at Hernando.. expects sour stomach; nausia, headache, dizziness -' U lOpm t 4Dpm ................ .Oik liill__...............L'f .35ea
,- with us some time. Orders will be issued in a few days and colic without griping or 1161pm. 116pm. Ar..Tuvffl ................... .. 2mpm. 100._

't ., ,' : ,c.'. "Guess. Mr. Carlton Bocknight, who has for the withdrawal discomfort. 25 cents. Guaranteed by 1110am 5 Wpni ........ .......... ....,............. iu 6.'J&m :
; all
t .. been visiting his rents"at this but 500 of Tydings & Co. druggists. m 6 3Dpm. 11 5im .................. & .................. 55Opm. l11Oia
p the martens
',:":-' now in Cuba. They will 11 61plll S 16pm hr..TUusytlie..i
i: ":- T HOMOSASSA ITEMS. ;place has returned to Hernando to be released by additional levies of 11 'lam 151pm. ........ ...........('OOO&................, .L' 2 OSpm I =: '
_ .. take A. L. Webb's Clearance Sale is 12Kam: IMpm .................Roekledge................ -
1 :! 211am
up position.Mr. troops drawn from this 1O&&m 4 ........... .._ opn
: country until still on.- % x Vni .E&ll Gallle................. If
F Special correspondence.Ocala Banner. Calvin Simmons has just're- the total force in Cuba numbers 113&m '43Opm ...........,....Metbnrne... ,............. .. U 12 zim 7pm 1 .lila..
The Homosassa fishing- club, of 1lt IOpm.to ...,............. SebuUILQ .....!.,.......... .. J
turned, home from Jacksonville with about 7,000. Brig. Gen. Bell, chief of The famous White House shoes. for 2 48&m. 8 Upm ..................SL Lucie.................... .. 1162&m 10 58.un U OOo't
4 ( ;'f:.' Atlanta Ga.. is having an addition his bride. We wish to extend to' them staff, probably will be withdrawn from l ladies and gentlemen and the Buster 105&m 615pm to ......;..,.......I'ort Pierce................. .. 1050am 11 56
13O&m ..... ........ .. pa
built to their club house. 37pm. ; .Tlbb&I1'j.. ............,.. ..
our congratulations Cuba within a month or two. All of Brown, shoes for girls and boys cannot 2&m 641pm ...........,.:'......Edeu....!....,............. 10 17&nt 11l9J>m
:The R. S. Undree cottage Is com Miss Estell Mizsoa and Miss, Delia the, warships :40am 46pm to ;..................Jensen................... .. 101:1am. 11 ispa
in cityfor ..
Cuban the 10 OISam
.. plete :and the grounds are being put waters .except surpassed, style, 51Am 67pm. ...................Stl1&rt.................... fa noepa .
/ Smith seemed to be, enjoying a pleas- two 420am T .............. 10 a&m 10 PIII
_ or three of the small cruisers quality'and price. The Fair, x 2:3pm. .. .liobesound.....,:....... ..
F ;' S in >order for the coming season. Mr, ant horseback ride Saturday eveningas are to be ,44O&m 740pm .................WMJDpi&er... .. ......... 10 pm
ordered eira
_ 1oOpin
.' Undress has one of the .most' attractive away at once. 615am IS 15pm.to"" .............West Palm Beach............. .. :
i: they were seen riding very "swift once. A satisfied eustome." Is the best advertisement i 4:1am: 841pm ..........,...-&yotOD.................. u 8 45&m t s>pua
-, i. locations on the river. He is ly" up .the lane. and satisfaction is notvny 663&m 850pm ...................betray...........,...... AI a 8 2O&m 12am t a O1p.5OpJl
48&m. ........
9pm ...
-. planting sereral acres in choice tut .FortLauderdale............. .4 '
: Cane and oranges'go fine now a Senator our aim our guarantee. Try e Slim S 4'1pm ...................D-l-........ 726&m 7SOpa -
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Bailey denies that he is the "White. House shoe .. ......4' I
: citrus fruits. days. How about it girls? ; spring styles 7 09am 68pm ........;.....,..lI&ll&Dd&1e................. '719&m 7 SOpm
The Bradley place has been leased attorney ,for any monopoly and 7sn 18J1pm ...-............ Ctt)'................ .. 7 09am '739pID
A certain., to e 43am 7
young man seems 15C&m Upat
10 .
points to his record Dainty willow goodS for dainty 30pm Ar ,.......,....MIaI------- .....
in .
for* congress as 'CXI&m ....... .................. ..,..L t e year., have hard time getting off to his Lyt im.i......
a parlors. Your inspection will ...,......... .
? proving ample defense from any accusations coa 10 Scum ..........Ar ......;........ .. ..... a OOpia
The Friedman has teen'completed. .Homes1el4... .....
cottage .
business down south. Wonder what vince you of their merit OcalaFur.. ;. ... L,......... .... 123Op 1 1&ffo
Friedman of. that character. Senator .
Mr. and Mrs. __
.: the attraction is?, niture: ,x &Parlor Cars on mlDl.o and 7S. BuA'et
-. : will arrive W November I Miss Estell Mlxson, and her. uncle Bailey says: "I believe an I be- &Dtlly exeep&SW1da Sleeping C&rs OflU&tUI' !IS Lad !$.-. ,

I Capt. W li. ..Lowry' has returned I Mr. C.1: B. Mixson, went to Oak Hill lieve it as firmly as my Christian The very best solid mahogany'three ...17 ::
home. He has' secured all his wife believes in her religion-thatthe'two piece parlor suits can be found at It.23 1a,21 .... 1. Dally .
help .this week for a few days' visit. .ka """"* 10. 1 a -.20
;: Daily EICtJI
_ 1' -; .for thecoming season and will .open A certain home was ,crowded Sun great dangers threatening this the Ocala Furniture Co. x 0eIJ CWr s.ua, I Dail,. SeMI' .ti,2

the Rendezvous about December 1." republic today are the monopolies on ; 0.1y -
1 ;
day night for some' reason. Wonderif Getourpriceson 200pm208pm 10 item 610pm 9 Cia
summer dry goods LY..Jaetaoo'fWe
: this hand and socialism on that. ,Be-: 1018am1060am '.... Ar "jam 12 wt *
) While away ,Mr. Lowry called atheadquartes It'waS 'a "sing! \.J 618pm650pm 908am939am .....SootbJacksonTiU.... Mpm
will..save you money.-The Fair. 240pm .LT 737am l2" "
:. tween these two monstrous and warring xIf' ........Pablj 522p*
: .:. -; of ,the A. C. L.'..railwayand Wonder what-young man tracked.certaln'10ung.lady 246pm300pm lOSiam1110am 865pm 944am1000am to ......A.U&r.te Ueack. 1 a51aa It K m 4jT,3 '
JJe 1-.M.
;.: 'was instructed to" gay that.on all forces I have stood, resisting ISpm_ i./ ... ... 100am II 45ua '-
.: : : a. to a certain place both with equal courage arid equal you, want a porch screen' cheap _| > .Jtoypoft. ..;.....i.T IS ll30aJDrPJiIISUW 2 .
: .
\:: ;the lines the best of service will be Sunday He must have a good eyesight here is your:'-chance.. Only a few left
'J '. installed and a first class vestibuled resolution, Drive me, from the sen at $1.45 and $1.75 at Ocala Furniture ill CCIiOO SJE.Wmp C8NNEC
( ':1 .;-k train 'will be pat: on for. the -tourist ate because Lam subject to corporate Co., -
.k. I.wonder, Oh.. :.1 wonder? wonder? ? IPerry'i CIne en.csle. MMe at M1amJ with .
influence My countrymen God is -
a* 5eaabIpg
.between 'Ocala and Homosasga. of tU P. 4 0.
;season Mrs. B. R, Ratteree was the S. &C.pu. '
1. ; ;oiu guest my judge, I believe I. speak but thstmple Havana and Key West. -
rep6r activity '
-- ., ;. Mr.! wry of Mrs. J. D. iiixoa; ; laSt'week- truth '
when. I declare that cor7porations t-- -
ju>railroad ;.circles and .the biggestrusVin"'the Mr. E. L. Smith, of Hernando "$oJJThQw.* .1
is .
of' this ,
F land would rather JlUJfI.....:'hesda:8amrd .ItITHIOUH
r ,,_ I ... hlstoryof, J .Florida. is et- here on. a visit lo his, son,:Mr.: Q drive me out of the senate han. A.rDY WB8T..WerII J'8cWa.1,I..1 m v.cu..ThuD4aJ..n 00.8
any OOiIm 1.p
: ; P ; HeimY tourists, 'dur. A. Smith. Aeedaaz. ,Ly xn WJBr...;. ,.e4De1d&J.. ... \U8T..Tknd.ft....... 8 SOm
'. .1nitrip."hichhe'-4 P< looked"for. the HYACINTHS. other man.in that body.1 Who fought =" 7 ,Ar JLY A. .... '.. J" "' ..": : .ThlUldaJ"M0n4&,.,t lOp.
-1 with, :unfiinched .ze i and unyielling, ..t ftIrrt- n iaki th ,. : :'! a1" &J'"'' .00pa
winter. $
: Thee beautiful .1Ji ter Jxome of B. courage the great, battle "of .the people '. .. wer $ .faFERRYS othr .AddtaICSIIng.s between/Key West'aa4Tn Havana. 't

bengput ia readiness j A Badly Burned Girl on the. rate bill?** ;' .AI LYnyWl8'i.oidai..J'rldAll.JU V ANA.. pm J .Ly'BAVANA..T -
Ir ._ RDuttonvis u TueId.I SlinrdaI. .. & eai&r-,8& dt1t.U 'a
t f T:th(( inter season" |or:boy, man of:woman, is quickly out LLFEIIYACO., I iOara :.u JaY)TJST,TuelC1.r-, ,.. .a pa-
W' / of pain, if'Bucklen's Arnica Salve is They Make You Feel. Good. .. Dtofaa cPa
? ;AVBew: ',feature: in ,the war,of a egfOTrtSfelo'a see. No r,.. 7Tb
applied promptly. .G. :J. WelschTofTekansha The pleasant purgatiYe effect', : ...
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1 % ,s utli. injuries., and find perfect"" Quick the healthy,condition of the body and doUi OU TCOIUIeqUtu'&r InI :::1 :

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: \. T. W, Hood. FOR MAYOR. i

Y ,, ... We regret exceedingly to chroniclethe '- FOUND RJLF
.' : death of Mr.. T. W. Hood one of Major Izlar Asked to Become a Candidate F'ERUNASuffered '

oldest'"cltlzens", which occurred for Mayor ,

Er < last Monday -
"r :' Mr,' Hood had been, in bad healtha Maj. Laurie T. Izlar, "

good part of the summer and The undersigned electors ol the Thirteen Years With

about three weeks ago went up to city of Ocala request you to becomea
I Gainesville Ga., for 'treatment He candidate for the office of mayorof Pelvic Troubles, Unable

.., did not. remain there long however said city'at the election .to be held to Find Relief.

;:; but went to, his old home .at Iva S. on December 11, iau6. .......
C., where, hIs death occurred. Thomas Sexton, H. A.. Daniel T.

: c' T 'flakilif .,' Mrs. wood accompanied Mr, Hood D.. Lancaster C. R. ,Tydings Jake AN OPERATION ADVOCATED.
3 : :
when he left here and ,their son, Willie Brown Chas. Peyser, W. L. Jewett
w. joined them aw eek later.' Abe Brown W. E. Woods, W. P. Ed Pe-ru-na

.' '. ., .... Mr. Hood was one of the pioneer wards, Wm. Tucker J. L. Emerson, 2 Taken -as a Last 1

-."} Itarikr -'...... settlers. .this !section and had been Willie Dodsqn, N. I. Gottlieb T. W. :: .. : : ; Resort, Brings Health s

L largly interested In the phosphateand Troxler Chas. F. Schreiber, J. W. and Strength.
lumber industries around here. Sylvester, E. C. Bennett G. R. Trox

For the past few years he, with his let, B. H. Norris W. H. Clark Chas.V. .

ABSOLUTELY PURE sons,,Willie, Charlie and Ollie had Miller H. G. Eagleton J. G. Ferguson : ANNA MUNDEN, :Brfnkley/Ark.,

been operating a cedar mill at Gulf E. T. ,Usher, W. R. Hunnicutt, .: ,

Healthful Hammock.. D.. J. Carroll, G. W. Cleveland, Geo. ."I suffered with female troubles for 1
cream'of tartar, derived solely fromgrapes Mr. nood :has always taken a promInent W.. Martin, Wm.-Anderson, Don ,Ford thirteen years and tried the best doc-.

j' refined to absolute purity, is the active part in the improvement of R. D. Fuller L. F, Blalock, J. T. ton in Louisville, Ky.t without relief. ; ;.

our town, looking upon it as, a permanent Cohen, J. C. Smith, A. J. Beck, H. :< "I spent thousands of dollars at the
principle> of f every pound ,of Royal Baking. homer He was a prominent S. Chambers W. L. Hodges, F. 0. Springs '

4.Y P owe er. member of the Presbyterian church, Reagan, H. C. Sistrunk Robt. Taylor. ',The doctors desired that I have aa J -

to whose interests he always devoteda I. Schwerin, M. M. Little Ben Rhei- operation performed to remove my
ItJt. Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder ovaries, which I would not consent to. s
: large part of his time and. means. nauer. "I
: saw an advertisement of
renders the food, remarkable both for its fine Dunnellon Advocate. P. H. Nugent, H. A. Ford, F. B. Peruna and bought one bottle and your before -

flavor and healthfulness. Beckham, J. H. Livingston H. C. I had taken It all I could get out of .11
Children of the ,Confederacy.. Jones, E. K. Nelson, Sid R. Whaley bed and walk about.
11 .ft The first chapter of'the Children of J. L. Smoak, sr., W. C. Smoak, J. L. After
Y ;:: iN :alum; no phosphate-which are the .' the Confederacy be formed in Florida Smoak jr., J. G. Smoak J. ",. Lyles well and hearty taking as ever.bottles 1 was ,as _Y
; :1.k'S
principal elements of the so-calledcheap;'-- ,- ,was. organized on Wednesday last T, W. Smith J. T. Rush, J. E. Bailey, '' r "I gained In flesh From US I In

< < baking powders-and which derivedfrom at the residence of Mrs. S..A. Moreno, S. H. Martin, Baxter Cam, J. T., Lan' creased to 188 pounds. ; ,_-

' LI -- are .. at Pensacola. The meeting was well caster, J.,a Boozer. Chas. J. Phillips MRS. ANNA MUNDEN "If it had not been for your great and
." bones, rock" and sulphuric''acidy' %: ,-= ti. ;:.)..". attended' by a number of bright child- R. V. Relf, L., Taffaletti, H, H. Lap- There can be no doubt about it that wonderful medicine,I would now be in _
3{ >;- dren who took a great interest informing ham E. J. Jeffords, Thos. Proctor the tendency to resort to surgical operations my grave. '

the new chapter.. ,Officprs J. T. Jones' B. A. Weathers, J. P. has been too great in the past and "/would advise all women sufferers

were elected ,as follows President, Galloway, H. Livingston, jr., S. A. that this harmful tendency Is growing to try it. _

u .ROYAL. BAKING POWDER. CO.. NEW YORK. Lee Gouioing; vice-president Marion Bullock, W.. A. Knight J. H. Taylor less every day.Experience .. "I would not be without it for the '
aK McClellanr second''"rice-president, W., D. Taylor E. M. Howard,. W. H.: baa 'demonstrated, that world." _'

: WINDS ABOUT TOWN.' Mr C. L. 'Livers, of Summmerfield, Margaret Sandusky; recording ,secretary Powers, J. W. Hood, Henry Gordon'I many aliments which seemed to require A WOMAN'S LETTER TO -
ys pc spent Friday shopping in Ocala. Willie Wood; corersponding H. A. Waterman Ed., Helvenston D. surgical operations the put are now Mrs.
c secretary Valma Maura; treasurer. S. Woodrow D. M. Smith, F. E.. being cured by the Caroline Kramer, Fort Collins,
MISS SARA ELIZABETH. HARRIS. Friday's Tampa Tribune'contained Margaret Campbell; historian, 111 via Weatherbee J. B. Carlisle, jr., H. B. SURGICAL ruse of harmless remedies Col.;writ**:.

Local Editor. a column riteup.'of. ,o aJa's big day. LeBaron. The meeting wil ltake Clarkson H. W. Jones, R. McConathy OPERATIONS Fernn hu "The majority from of women who are coffering t

.' -f place every second Friday in the C. Rheinauer J. R. Moorehead, W. AVOIDED. done as much aa another y disordered period and -

:;t 4- Mrs., James Williams and little Mr. Hal W., Edwards prominent month. H. Clark,. Jr./ W. V. Newsom L. S.; remedy to establish ocher in doctors trouble that, han each strong faith '=

l: ,son,; of Brocksville, were in Ocala young'man from Crystal River,. spent v Beck, J. J. Bierman Arthur Masters, this very Important fact. they allow them to experiment -_
Ocala Friday afternoon: on their wait Friday in Ocala. Keller-Watson. F. G.. B. Weihe. W. T. Gary, Z. C. Thousands of people have been con stomach trouble on for until kidney, liver, or '' -

E ; to Crystal River" to Mr. Sert; C. Watson and Miss Ma- Chambliss, W. W. Condon, C. M. demned to undergo surgical operationsTheir they become =-y
spend several
= #. ..weeks with Mrs. J. C. Smith went out, to Mar mie"iCeuer were united m marriage Livingston W. 6. Massey J..F. Williamson physicians have told them that discouraged and their:money la gone. =

r!tf';. ,relatives. tel Friday afternoon to spend a few Wednesday morning, October 17f by Maurice Strauss F, E. they must either submit to such operations -. _"Thi*,WM my unfortunate experiencefor

-:r.,; ;, Mr. E. .M.' Savage, of Eustis. was days with her parents, 'Mr.,:and,Mrs; Rev. P. Ross Parish of the Snyder Harris, T. Bishop, Chas. K. Sage, L. 'or lose their lives. ar1y.nro called to years, when my attention ?&

rpresent' at, the" laying of our corner J. W. Bryan. Memorial church. The wedding was J. Brumby, T B. Snyder J. J. Gerig, After this they have resorted to was Peruna
: 'a8d#compllmented us on our write-up very quiet, owing-to a recent bereaves J. S., Jewett Stephen Jewett T. H. Peruna and found relief. "I hardly dared believe that at lilt I 4 ,
Mr. W. W Smith th had found the
principal of
,of .the'dayV' doings and took several [ ment in the bride's family. The bride Haley, A J. Brigance R. A. Burford, Other good remedies ,haTe accomplished right medicine, bat M I Jf :
{;'\ .copies. of 'our paper! back with him. Anthony school, waS. In' Ocala attend Satu" r is a daughter of Mrs. Eliza Keller. of G. M. 'Hubbard G. C. Pasteur, G, J. the same result,but it is.&fe.to. ] kept on using It and WM finally cured ?'
day having come into I could
., theteachers' only thank God
..< : this city. They having recently moved Butch, G. S. Scott Isaac Stephens, assume that no other remedy baa' and take cow"I

,J .Conductor and ,Mrs. Williams of meeting., Here from south Florida. Mr. N. Peyser, Joseph Shuford, 'Thos. J. equaled Peruna in Its beneficent work. age }

"*.t :;.Homosase ., were In_Ocala',.Friday afternbori T&rs. R. E. Wishart and 'her 'daughter Watson is a popular and well known Owen,Mamas: Frank T. H.: Harris,W.E. Many of the alleged incurable derangements from have theme had moat satisfying result *
\ on. their way home Mr. Miss Laura Norwood went postal clerk, having resided here for :: Hutson, .IL D. calmer, W. .L, Colbert of the'pelvis are dependent of yourmedicine i F
? and have SATISFACTORY! -k
:It-Williams who Is a number,of years. 'After'a upon catarrh.
A E.
; a popular conduc- down to. Ehren Friday afternoon wedding Gerig, W. L. Clark P. V.
advised dozen
rToa the Obaia-Homosassa trip down the east coast will There is no cure for these the of RESULTS fRBM
;; train. for'a few days' visit they go Leavengood, P. H. Gillen, Louis H. except
> has been off his. run for the past sew to housekeeping at once in their beautiful Dosh G, T. Maughs, E. C. Smith C. removal of the catarrh women who were PE-RU-NA. -

Yr, :'''''' reral day_' .' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Sistrunk of Mont new home .at649 Laura street 'Roberts, D. E. Mclver T. D. Bryan Pernna seemingly works miracles In Buffering wltfrwoman's ?
{tr; ;-:: ;; ". I:, brook, have returned to their horn which was a wedding gift from thegroom's :E. L. Parr Geo. MacKay, John M. some of these.cases. The explanation, ills to use Peruna and let the

*# .. Mrs. E, D. (Blaine and children i after .a few days' visit in Ocala the mother, Mrs. Susan Watson. Graham( I. W. Ogle Leon Fishel, M. however the, 'is very simple. Peruna remove doctor,alone,and those who have followed 51m
catarrh and '
,,}'tt. ,hue arrived in Ocala to Join: Mr. guests of their son, Mr. S. T. Sis- Jacksonville Metropolis ]Rubin C, R. Hendricks, c. L. Bittin- test. Nature''does the my advice are better to-dlylD4
'-- : Blaine, w. o has .been:here for come trunk. Mr. Watson is a brother of Mr. G. I ger; S. T. Sistrunk, R. 'R. Carroll P. many are fully restored to health :.. y '

weeks with :the McKean' Lumber W. Watson, formerly of Crystal W. Whitesides, W. T, Stroman, W. -
'rompany.- They, are occupying Mr.' Mr. Hullum Jones,. a 'prosperousfarmer River.and, the bride is a charming W Clyatt Thos. E. Pasteur C., E.
!, '.Bin .Lurcmus.. ', "eottBe ion Orange of' Oak'- and a'valued .subscriber young Crystal River girl and has ]Ball, T. L. Neely J. M. Thou H. J. n'nr"r"1ff11r"'r'f1""rm''mmm"mnmr''m''tr' ''' ''' } ''' '' it _

avenue.. to, this paper: was in OcalaFriday been a. visitor to Ocala on a number J Precht Harry Leavengood J. H.

-c bDr. and made us .a social and fi. cf occasions. ]Dean, H. C Gates, L. E. Lang, Geo. New _
i Shephard, of Charleston, S. C., nancial call. Williams C. M. Whitesides. Goods. New People ._ x
;passed through Ocala"Friday after ..
--- Miss Bryan went out to her homeat ....Q

t: noon, vori, hisr\.ray ,to i(Dunnellon on Miss' Maggie ,Lyiie and her twobrothers Martel Saturday: to spend Sunday Major Izlar Accepts the Nomination. =-= New Prices -

'Dusiness. :Dr.' Shephard Isthe chemical Carl and : Lytle, who with her parents' Ocala, Fla.i Oct. 20, 1906. --- _
director,'of the Dunnellon' Phosphate attend school in, Fink went down Hon. F. E. Harris and other Commit- i"i"'L I--
Company and besides being an to" Stanton Friday afternoon to 're- Mr. and Mrs. K F. Long and little teemen. -- .

:eminent:cnemist, he:is quite.: famous main'( over Sunday. : son, of Grahamville: were shoppingin Gentlemen:-The petition of numerous : -
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tea grower .' J Ocala Saturday. citizens of the city of Ocala, :. WHEN IN TOWN VISIT.
Mrs. B. T.. Pedruelbas been appointed .
presented by you requesting me ,to -
i Mr. John D. Robertson, of the first by the ladies auxiliary to, take Hon. M. L. Payne and Mr. David THE NEW STORE :' -
become for at the :
a candidate !
ward. Mr. Louis R. Chazal.. of _e'seer charge,of the woman's department. Payne, of Fairfield, were among the mayor == .
has been
approaching election,
'and ward and Mr, J. W. Crosby; of the Hernando exhibit at the state distinguished visitors in the city carefully -- :-:: '
the third ward have been requestedby I considered by me In all of its I
fair.-Brooksville. Argus.. Saturday. bearings. .r... -- -
the'voters of their respective I -
,f wards, to become candidates for al Mr. and r Mrs. J. ;,C. Howell returnedto Mrs.,W..T. Gary and her infant son, While I am sure that the.holding Dry Goods Clothing Shoes =
has so Ocala. the office will, in some measure, in ,
dermen. 'The, fourth ward Friday afternoon from a William Yocum Gary, returned home c
far not consolidated d upon any particular visit to friends at Lowell. They were Saturday afternoon from Gainesville terfere with my business engage Ladies
' Miss ments and will require! some sacrificeon and Gent's Furnishings. .
candidate.'Mr accompanied by Edith Wood 'where they spent several weeks :
ward to be their 'for shortwhile. my part still'rea.11z1ng that .it is '
guest a ,with Mrs. Gary's parents. Dr. andMrs., jT
.& ; .Bert 'Dosh, who has been employed Miss Woodward teaches the ,Yocum. the duty of every good and patriotic .-... :: : -
citizen to bear his share of public <
Lowell school.
at the "evening Star for the
"oF, r past two years as ad. man has taken t\ Mr. Nathan Mayo came up Satur- burdens and bavin deeply at heart' (

;,.t, J .the, position-left vacant by Mr Siia Mr. .Sol., Benjamin Atlanta after day afternoon from Summerfield to the progress'and upbuilding of our ,'
city and the prosperity and i
-T Lummus. and now has charge of theStar's spending a kvw days In Ocala has spend Sunday xrtf "'t. v"< and son, peace b/L.e. gLOb itS
of all of I. have
happiness' our
: Mergenthaler: Linotype Bert returned home// 1 ir. Benjamin was a who have been visiting Mrs. Mayo's
'1(a_good boy and is deserving of all former resident t.Ocala and stOl'has father Dr. W. V. Newsom, for a short concluded to yield ,to the wishes of :
; '
fellow citizens and become a candidate
'(praise for his earnest endeavors to large Interest band is a frequent while. my
; '
,.; :advance In his chosen line of.business. visitor to thelcc; Ity.-tr.,.Benjamin came for mayor at the approaching. Next. to Mclver & McKay's. == g
Conductor and Mrs. V. Z. Burke election.
down this tijp116: ecially to attend
y Mr.,Frank,L. Watson has not given the comer stone, mOnles. have gone to Columbia S. C.. to *. In this connection I desire to thank I I UU1U1U"llUUjUUUUlijUU J
, up his interests in the turpentine in ? tend the state fair. They will be absent my fellow citizens for the high compliment U1U"UUlUiUWUmUUUU1 -

dustry in' this county but he is, no Mr, Step r.1en: Loas just up from for two weeks. Miss Bessie conferred "upon me by requesting ,
: New SmjtK,**. where has been on Joyner; of Columbia, who has been me, to become a candidate, and 7
TillerHarp a .tour of t.inspection e will" return their guest in Ocala for several the very flattering manner In which "

a ters Are at .Citra. He is now living to that utifulad c1 to spend thewinter months went home with them and the petition was presented. Wanted-

in Jacksonville and Is a secretary ,and : a : if he Uk t as wen af- will not return to Ocala. Your obedinent servant,
: ter beccI ming better minted with I_.. T. IZLAR Everyone to know
treasurer of the Gulf Protection and that The "V7. J. Chambers Shoe Company Is ready
.!nd mnlty' company and Is also a it as h Q does'now he Yj purchase a Mr, E. C.. Sims, .Anthong,. was In to supply your wants in .
,member of,the Myers Real Estate home tC;here.'and becom permanent Ocala Saturday. He Is splendid anda 'The Law: of Averages.The ,

company* Both'of'. these companiesare residenj T., \ progressive citizen and 'is so well average man is bald at forty. J Fashionable Footwear .,
minister marries -
doing a very flourishing business. IS; pleased with "Marion's favorite pa. average
Mr/I! Louis 'Fox, of Ant who per" that he advanced; his name on 1.000 couples. If it is Shoes you wantt we have them In. n lp has. prices ranging
books two Glasses for, old age ale adopted. on 1 from $1.50 to 46.00.() In -
% for the.laying subscription years Men's Ladies' and childre's we '
cam down the .are well fixed -
/and ,
Mr. of'Moss Bluff of forty-three
J: A. Morse,' was the average
"" stftne, returned homejday -*. ahead. If all our subscribers will can make prices that will interest We
_ F In,.Ocala at the laying of ,the corner, ner i1 his will be ableto The average cat mother blesses the I.you; also have a complete lint. of"Gent's Y- '
i- yji The follow example we
',J' tone and 'paid this,, office. a.very In-' t v', many Qcal Mends of world with 100 kittens.: Furnishings. Don't' fail to ,give us a call. -
hI resting call, ,Mr, Morse has charge h see machine. without trouble. The yearly sale of newspapers t
? hope that our
''of. the" Avery orange' grove,. one of hi / n visit throughout the world averages 750-
.l this, 1ty. again' at, an ear'Ye. Mr. W.
:," the prettiestpleces of property across boo tons. J Chambers Shoe
pd. keeps up with Mario Ensign Robert Allen jr.. Company
: -the .Ocklawaha ,river and he gives avery qty The 'world's gold mines: yield 'on ,.
R '$.C nice,account of It*'.' Mr .Avery, th1 ugh the,'columns .of theer, who since"graduating from Annapolissix an average 'of $560,000 or 28,000 Leaders In ,High Grade Footwear and Gent's Furnishings.< --:

,,. ,.. jives.at Alto; Pa.. and his. long ,beena2subscriber hJename.h| !, 'ing' been on ksf weeks ago; has been spending In this hisvacation ounces: of'gold. a year.-Philadelphia I. __. V t
his city
> ht the past thirty years.. with parents -- ', '
"of Bann'eV. !
/c ,the Ocala Bulletin.
.. left Sundayfor
received, his orders '
4 ,.J.'if!;: r' : :f
'a.. '-.Mr.:.David S. ,Woodrow' ,, who 'baa -1\\\\Miss ;:Polly, : Wiiflams, 'who en Hampton Roads to. j ln'bis Mr. E.. S.'TJpbam. of South Lake LANDS. }'
3f New Jersey =
the battleship
lending command on
a' spending the past four months the pastfive mon : tau ..' Weir and who is'a very prominent ,
'u; friends have greatly '
.. "Europe has returned home,' Mr..Woodrow hvllle, Nr C, returned hom ; Ocala In Christian Endeavor circles
:; .., Enjoyed figure If you have lands you wish to sell > .2
and lease
;: visited Holland,,. Germany: ar afternoon. Miss WillIams bis home, are was,visiting'In Ocala Friday..Mr. Up- ,, or rent; ..
: ith the grandmother :the late expecting great things of him In the from or if you want to buy lands for farming
2 >;:England and several .other countries \ ham has recently returned home ,. grazing, ,
'.'" ; md ,spent a:-month':wlt>i4.hit,"mother rrulla T? Mtoroe,' to' 'that' city %i if future.:. ,_._ the north where.he spent, the: sum-. turpentining lumber, 'purposes ','
< -; "tad other/relatiyes at his,old home Inc 1 jto* returned home a,few';weeks\ ,\ Shocking Bad 'Table. Manners. mer. I "
GlMgow,;Scotland He 'had,.a$-very th. and<<.since'thatUmersh:! 'has been" w.aakcley Having eaten out', of Mr.* Hearst's Write to ', .. y. <= -

..' ''''I.tI<.<'bip' :'and. retarns,:,ibm' + Mr.*Howard}Mmroe'sexpectedvtb'spead ,h>
... #rI'MaKJLt: :: On :bU'--"teturnshe( f' 'the wteter'in }tbdty "- making:'pieparationa.to begin\on escaping the .many storms''that have BLOUNT REAL ESTATE l CO. : y

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; ';; COUNTY_ --l.COMMISSIONERS:- A"j Summeilf; BeftF.removed.: t t -. .' ': t f
'j' &
; AT'MI MI :
: ,', [ '_ .District No., 26.BrinsonJ. If ) ,
a Special l' Meeting ;Revise' the Regis .. -. ved.
..., :.. -B.| : ? ? ? .rem .. ; .
: & tration Lfst Barrow. F. ... : ;
fiJ I gf ; ? !P .remo.ved. ,
_ a > If v Ocala, Fla? Oct. .17,190& Beckett,'C. L35L, .,, ., .removed.', Quality ,

.,' STEAMER WRECKEQTHIRTYJ The board.of county commissionersmet Beck, A. J. .. ,:., .i .. ..

\,.: in 'special session on this date Cork, ,S.C._ ; =.,.,u.!O""U, *.., ju.removed.j' The 'fact that SCHNAPPS
a MEN for the purpose of revising the reg: Cornwall, Ri A.. ., .removed.1 I <

',' jstratlon books..and, thereupon, upon Estridge,, H. W.. i' .. ..j...;removed. : < i3 widely imitated only
JURED. motion it was ordered' that the following '. .rem Did so provesthat
Goodwin, W. .v .-. ved.
,. .
"---" be strickenand
-< names that Harkness removed
H.-F -. -
i ; ?- ; .. .' if is the best chew-the standard
the names be alphabetically published King, Peter, H .. H", ... .removed. .
L < Miami,?'Fla'.. Oct: 191906.Specialto as required by law. Martin,' R.-D. -. .- -.. .-' ..removed.MontgomeryB. flat plug. other plugs are made to imitate'itti

: "' .District No.: 1.From' ; .' ..II,,'$., ? ,. .,.removed. '- ; .. ,
the Ocala 'BannerT"The A"toM... Robinson, R. E. L.. ,. ,.removed.Sclater the size and shape and color of SCHNAPPS

Alworth, Rl-Ct: .. .i. ,:kTremaved.Alwordth M. E. .. i-. .removed. )
bere but ** :" **' .
I W& H storm*';% was' 4 severe d f -'" ?**$ 1 R4>-C., :Ut--- ??T:* n% .remov d. Simmons, J. N. h. ,.. .. .removed, -other tags are made to look like SCHNAPPS

the.damage Is aotserious.", A:few AddisonSamiiel,;':{ ;; :-:-. "de d. Stevens, J. E. *. .. ..-. .removed. .

:.. *W d jg 23ft Atkinson,, ,,:H; JCL.. 4S ..removed.' Tillman W. .. .. ..I., .. ..remove tags-yet there are more pounds of SCHNAPPS

houses were blown down but no one Burnett,. D. G. .. . .dead. Turner, E. J. ." .-. ;.removed. ,

4. was ,hurt. Brown, C.' M > ',v:'(.. i.rern ved. Truel, Calvin..removed.- chewed annually ,than all other fifmilar 'te1 accos.
c J ,,' Waltes, J. M. ... .. .. .removed.
:; :- --f; } Cox, W* M. .. .. :; ; ,. *removed. .i
c The steamer. St. Lucie, Capt. ,.Bravo, Cleveland,-R. l{.' .; *, *..removed. District No. 23. 'l.
*?' i . .
.' ? Crutchfield, C.. ,. 'O. .i ..removed. Beal, C. W. .removed.
en route from" Miami: ,to the Key. ampbelL.R. 'B.removed.:: _. Stevens, C. C. . .. .. .dea
.' West extension i work, 'with 'eignty laborers ,. Driggers, X. jfVir ;*, u.-,.. .removed. District No. 27. -
..- : Darrance." F."*".".,. .., ,.removed. Brinson. C. W. .. . ;..removed. ,
.on. board, was wrecked off' ...El Dodd E.':S. -; .:; ,. .removed. Bennett, G. S. .. ,. ... .removed r
,. : < :Flynn, R. E. I .' ..dead. Call, F. C. .. .: .. .removed. a.- \ \
liott The dead .bodies of
Key. thirty
IHIer, .: revomed. Jaliday, R. W.: .. .., ,. .removed.

s men were foundron' the- beach today. Hammond, W. B. ,. . .removed. Mathews/ Frank, :. .. ...removed.
.. McDonald, W. ,removed. -:
Hardy, W. J. .dead. ; t.
_ F I .. Forty: others., more or less injured, King, B. B. ., ,. . .removed. t

were, brought' here tonight. Ley; E. L. eo .. .. ? .. .removed. Floridians: Should Co-operate.
Jpscomb, W. H. -. . i ,removed. Why can't Florida organize and

MORNING NEWS.FLORIDA'S' Lindsay, W.. C. .. .. .removed. procure foreign wnite labor as wellas

CATTLE Little,. H. W.-. .. ,:_ ,, :.. .removed. Georgians:? The Georgia papers SCHNAPPS is made of only choice selections of well nature, thoroughly- cured
RANGES. (From M! to zj that extensive nave been
say plans leaf and in factories as clean as the cleanest kitchen,situated in the very heart of the greatest
-- Otto . .
Mente; > .removed. begun for securing sufficient immi- ;
t ,'. Room In 'This State,for 3,000,000 Head Moody, E. W.: . .. .. .removed. labor for manufacturingconcerns chewing tobacco growing country, by men of lifelong experience in tobacco manufacturing .
grant .ne
f Cattle. Moody, S..D. .. ,.. '. .. .,- removed. and that state and whohave, directed the R.'J. Reynolds Tobacco Company since 1875. ''
Moody, ; J. Pierson, .. .removed. planters'
; SCHNAPPS has the pleasing,appetizing aroma which created and popularized
., 'Of the nearly 35,000,000 acres of Mitchell, T. A. .. ..removed. who are seriously affected by the' .'' .
the fondness for chewing. Expert tests th ..t.'it'requL"eS. and takes smalleramount -
\ scarcity of employees. prove a
y \ land service in Florida, about 4,100- McCraney, Ed ? ,. ,. H .removed.
The initial movement has been begun of Sweetening than any other kind-and has a whoiesaos s&aulating :
r '.t "Out/'acres are Included in farms, Improved McGahagin, W E. . .removed. : .
and unimproved, thus leaving HcWhorter, Hardy. .- .removed.: by the Savannah board of trade and satisfying effect on chewers. .'

30mOOOQ available Pooser, J. A. . .removed. and the chambers of commerce of Internal revenue statistics show that SCHNAPPS and other of the ,"';t' over acres
? : as Stone, Spencer C. ,,, .. ., dead. '
that who under the discretionof
city ,
.', grazing lands for cattle and sheep. Sterngerber,' J. S. '. i .. ..removed. Reynolds brands won enough chewers in one fiscal year to make a net gala
state commissioner
'- .,". It is not ,to be inferred from this Staten. J. P. 0# . .removed. a immigration i of six and a quarter million pounds, or one-third of the entire increased

.that no cattle or sheep are raised in 'errell. J. B. ? . .. .removed. have sent an immigration agent -to consumption in the United States on chewing and smoking tobacco.

Florida, ,but in reality there, were on Zewadski, W K. .. ,. ..removed. Scotland and other countries of Europe Be sure the letters on the tag and' under the tag spell
to find the class of '
.'. the ranges last year, in round numbers District No. 3. necesasry S-C-H-N-A-P-P-S, and' you will have the genuine With Less
about 600,000 cattle. What we Bouchellon, B. F.' ... .. .removed. employees.

'. ... want to show is that there is abundant Beal C. G. .. ? .removed. Other agents will be sent out in R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. '
Cooper, T. L. .. ..removed. Germans Scan-
% ? he. near future, and ,
3,000,000 CV
i. : room for head in place Clark, Henry, . .o. ... .removed. danavians and Norwe ians- will be WInston-Salem, N. -

I of the comparatively small number Carver, S. M .. o. ; .. ..removed. to SweeteningThan
noted;above. It is for tne purpose of Hayes[ Homer L. .. ,. ,. .:removed sible.brought Georgia as rapidly as pos-.

demonstrating to: the thousands of Hunt[ A. F. .. i. ., .?-. .removed. 1 I '
people who are interested in stock Hall C.. C. . .- :. .. :removed. The will come directly to Charleston Any Other

.:- 'raising outside of Florida that we Harris[ J. C. t. . .. ., ..removed and Savannah from the different

make these statements" to prov to Smith, E. L., ,. .. ,. .. ,removed. countries and will not pass through
.I-. them that it'ls not to Sercey; William, .u removed. New York, as has been previously the -
necessary" go Sercey, .Geo. W .. .. .removed. custom. NOTICE. .
to. ,.the''bleak, northwest .or to the 'far,
southwest in order' to make stock Scarborough, Joeremoved.. There is a great demand' among .A meeting of the board of county

: ... ', White,. J. R., .. . ,,..removed. the sawmill men and planters of commissioners of Marion county,
raising successful and highly
I profi-- District No. 1. Georgia and Florida ,for: labor of this Florida, held on Monday, October .1,

i table,'industry- Having the vast area Brown, Joe, .. . v. v.dead. lass, and the former have, appointed 1906, the following were named as
above, stated, unsurpassed, in extent Jateman, Paul D. '. .''; ,
., and _suitability. for'the raising of livestock Glint; Z. .. ... .. ; . '.'(dead. a"committee to confer with the immigration election to be held in November,

'= .' ; of eyeS! kind, it would seem unTaecqunfau.ethatthisindustry Hagin, Adolphus, ? .- ,.. ,, .dead. promoters. 1906: ,'t
,.' < should Mathews, Wililam, ..' t. ,,,removed. Start a similar movement in Flor- Ocala, Dist No. VJtox No. 1-C.

y .. scTlong:, $thaln'comparatively Mathews, 4-, A.' .. .., .. .,removed.. .. ida, or co-operate with the Georgians. M. Livingston, J.: T; Lancaster, D. A.I Bilious ?
District No. 9. and stop this eternal about lack Miller inspectors; J. M. !
L :chaotic, or ,passive, ,condition, A rem- cry {
.Bonable. would Bush, G; B. ? ... ; ... ..Removed. Qf labor to do anything' in lines of clerk. Box No. 2.-D, S. Wi 3.ham"I
solution of.the, trouble : G. . .. .. John Pasteur ,
lash, J. .removed. ndustry,-Jacksonville Metropolis W. C. inspectors The
; -. seem to.be. twojfold: : First' Ignorance Bush, M. D. .. .. :j. ..removed. ; W. W. Clyatt ,clerk. l' only sure cure fOt

- -;: of,the ,truej] situation! 'on the part of Bush/C. D . ,: .-. .dead. How to Cure a Cold. Reddick Dist. No. 2-S. L. Friday, constipation and Biliousness \

those.ipeoRleIn! ,,;other states interested Blue, C. ... ',. .' ? .. ", _-j.-- dead The question of how'to cure a cold. C.1.. Cam, L. S. Light, inspectors; that is
.. In such mat ( s sxmainlybacau the Clements, ,Chas .. '.. .. .dead. without loss of time is Ed. Rou, .clerk. pleasant,' natural

)real: conditions. lave never been placed Dykes, J.: E. .4 .. .- u. .. .'.remove d. lone in which unnecessary we are more cc less interested Flemington,, Dist. No. '3-W. D. and Safe is ,'

before them in''a,proper and at. Yeeman S. C. -, .-,. H...removed. ,. for the quicker a cold is Mathews, C. H. Gray, Ben Mixson, 1
Harris, H.- H. ..removed jr., inspectors; D. E, Mathews,. clerk. f
tractive form. Second because of ; t .'' gotten rid of the less the danger of ,
; ; J. H.. .. ., .. removed. Cotton Plant +
.certain. ; Moore Dist. No. 4-J. L. B.
and dis- ohsVER1L
a- sort of prejudice that ex pneumonia otner serious \ .
Pendarvis G. wremoved.: of Hudgens,, J. F. Parker, J. H. .Pierce '
istsvin.the'minds eases. Mr. B. W. L. Hall,, Waver- 1 I
of many persons .to iJ'l
Aussell, Chas vV. .. ...removed. inspectors; C. Y. Miller, .clerk
ly, Va., has used Chamberlain's Cough '
f the; effect>that!; toe..growing of. stock Starke, Jno. L. . ? .removed. Remedy for and says': "I firmly Romeo, Dist. No. 5-A. J. Markham, I ,AND TQN1C PELLETS tt '
'cannot ;jsucced in! what they; are Smythe, T. C. ; .' ,' .. :> ,removed. believe Chamberlain.s'years Remedy J. A. Wiggins. J. B, :McGehee; inspec- 1 .
Cough -
h, erroneously .to, call District No. 10. tors Joe J. Turner Th Pills stir the liveiition
: pleasedAthou .; to be absolutely the, best prepa- ; clerk. e lazy 1.0 1 }#
Fort. Oliver.'. ,. .. .removed. Heidtville, Dist No.6-A.
t : arihdt climate, scouraged, with insect ? I ration on the market for colds. I R.
;. pests jof every kind fatal ,to. animal Smith, P. ...- ., .< ...> ...dead.Vrjit i have recommended it to my friends Brooks, H. A. Ross, R. D. Stokes, in the Tonic Pellets clean _
-: "f, .. Frank, .. .removed. I spectors; Charley Whiddon, clerk. r
; life., In the first instance, people and they all agree with ne": For sale impurities out of the body
: :' District No. 11. Shady Dist. N& <-Ti J, Barnes, ,
cannotJtnow.Jhe'real truth simply! by all druggists. m
;; Blodgett, J. S. .. .. .removed. John Morrison, James Goens, Inspectors so \that the liver and all the '
intuition and in the second there'is'absolately r
by ,. H, 3_* *; <..** ', ,removed. Not Alarmed a Bit ; J. M. Douglass, clerk.
-, no foundation' for'such District No. 12. Summerfield, Dist. No. 8-J.. W. other organs act properly.
Editor Frank Harris, 'of the OcalaBanner
belief. :Tlief .truiu is.,the climate ,cf Blodgett?J. F. .. it'ji .-.;.. Davis, W. .S. Grimes L. B. Branch, ,
v' Florida is'an ideal one 'for stock ''rais- Callgrove, Silas j :. .'removed. now pleads that Governor inspectors; S. J. Diliard clerk.

ing. In southern Florida is found the Callgrove, T. F. . .removed. Broward's Everglades drainage Lake Weir, Dist No.. 9-Charles f

: '- '. .greatest grazing: region 'east of the McRae. John . .. .. .removed. scheme to be a practical test, especially Clements, J. H. Moon H. K. .Harris, No 'f ripingo ...

Mississippi;' the climate is perfect, McRae, W. C: .. .. .. .. :. =. .re oved. as Marion county will have no inspectors; W. E. McGahagin, clerk ..
: ii} never cold enough to kill the grasses, District No.- 13. tax to pay for it Please examine that Moss Bluff Dist. No. 10-E. L. Martin : .. ., [ Purging .

}'. >- which in 'in Graham,"'Marion, . .re oved. proposed amendment and see if it J. T. Lewis, A. W. Fort, inspectors ,
grow as green January as Gunter A. T. .. ,.removed. will not"permit the drainage board to : J. C. Pillans, clerk. I
'- June, and where good water is in Martin, W. L. ... ? ..removed. establish a drainage district in Marion Grahamville, Dist. No. 11-P5 L. just a nest%ai and easy t .

bountiful supply at all seasons ..of the Elasslngaaie, C. F. .. H ,removed Duriso, B. I. Hull, P T. Randall, in-. common nsc Treatment

l, .year; even the longest drouth known Roe. A. L. .-. .. .. .., removed. county and apply the taxes derived spectors; B. L. Hickman clerk. whidB fails
has failed to prouuce a scarcity of Thomas, J. E. .. ?. .. .removed. therefrom to draining the Ev- Salt Springs. Dist TSo 12-W, P. never
_ water; it is never hot enough to injure -Turner, E. R. ... .. .. .removed. erglades. It. in actual application of Williamson. D. E. McRae Enoch to cure* '
.; stock and insect pests are only District No. 14. the project, the taxes derived from Wells, inspectors; Calvin Long clerk.

troublesome during parts of the Siaims: Jas. W: ... ... .removed. this southern district should prove Fort McCoy Dist., No. 13-W. S. SpecialOffcr.

:f I. months of May and June, after which District No. 16. insufficient for the purpose; there is Priest G. D.J.Turner. W. Joseph Thomas Cut the"I.ittl n out I '

time they ,disappear.-Kissimmee. Valley :Moore, J. P. .. ,dead. nothing in the amendment to prevent inspectors;Springs Stevens Dist. No., clerkrOrange 14-D. and. mail to with the ad: '

f'' Gazette. District No. 17. the drainage board from laying out H. Mathews, D. M. name of your. aggist and irmayhv '
Waldron L T.Matchett. .
.j Atwater, H. A. ,. ..removed.. districts in other parts of the state a 1 LiFsTreatEndPeUets-

"The. ,Wine of the Lord's Supper." Cornell M. J. ... .. ...removed. and using the taxes from them to clerk. inspectors; Frank Jordan' mentofthePilwith
.. Gooden, Burrell, ?' .. _. removed. the work in the Everglades our comp
along Linadale No. :1ts.
push 15-C.
A. Mc-
_ Godson Harry, .. ... .. .,.. .removed. .
_ t -. .. '''','/: ..;,... Some weeks ago ,we printed an ,extract Hall, Daniel .. .. ? ., ,removed. ,-Punta Gorda Herald Craney, J. B. Booth. T. L. Johnson Ra n's Brownie -Calendar-Free '
.. ., ,. from an article by Prof. F. B. Heath; E. H .. '. .. ..removed. In the judgment of the Ocala Ban- inspectors; C. J, McCraney clerk.
;'sy Moodie, of Lake City, under the above Hamilton, 0. S. . ..removed. ner the "drainage board" "d" have Citra Dist. No. 16-W. J. Crosby, with Weather of [eca.sts'and Almanac information. Given with roar W
".: Johnson only over "swamp and D. F. ISmmons Stuart Ramey, in purchase L's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellet.
:-,3; ,title, 'which was a reply to an ar- Frank .. to.removed. jurisdiction spectors R K. Wartmann clerk. :
',' Jones D. A . .removed. overflowed lan s." ; ,
title by Rev W. D. Turnley of sime :0. Anthony Dist No. 17-A. R. Grit owls Manufacturing Company,
Kates, W. M.. .. .. .
.removed. S'- Louis Mo. CrcvnavllU.Tonn.
before and -
we are requested to fin, E. C. Sims, Warren Milligan; lit For Sale by Tydl
;, Lamb, J. Mr-. .. .-. . .removed. To Judge a Remedy & Co., Ocala Florida.
print Mr. Turnley's reply thereto. spectors; J D. Bassett, clerk.Aiartin .
.. Lee,.M. L. .. ?. .. removed. you must know its father and mother nA" ..r
.;.' :The following is .the gist of Mr. Meadows.'E. R. ... . .removed. ,. and so understand the reason forts uisi. Ao.18-F. M. Townsend .
gist of Mr. Turnlej s reply." (We Pills and J. J. Knoblock, W P, Wood, in
Martin, W. H. ,. ... . .removed. existence. Ramon's liver :
,.; haven't space for the whole article.) Marsh; L. B, ,.. i,, ,. ., .removed. Tonic Pellets, Treatment for Sick spectors Stanton; N.Dist.J. Townsend No. clerk. .
-'.. He says that the germ of ferment is Price, J. M. .. .. .removed. Headache, Dizziness Pains in. the W. J- E. C. Morrison -. Oi
Allsopp Adams ala
_ T In the air and that no chemical Scarborough W. H. ,. ..removed. Side, Constipation, and Biliousness, tors; Geo. E. Sow clerk. inspec- .t. Wine
'- change can take place in'the grape Stuart M. J. ., ., ... .removed. is based on the formula of one'of the Blitchton, Dist. No. 20()-J. B. use )
,Thompson,.Major, ,. dead. greatest physicians ever known. All '
until it is exposed to the air; the ", George, E. L. Ferguson: W. P. Ham- ..'
Stroud, M. .' .,, .i .-. i. .dead. druggists will guarantee Racoon'sLiver
fact Is .that
fermentation S.
does not to moves, inspectors; J. McCully,
: Pills and Tonic Pellets cure
District No. 19.. clerk
take place tutu after the juice of the
Blair, W. H. .. sick headache or refund your money. '
_ T grape has been exposed .to the fer. if Belleview, Dist. -No. 21J. A. Free
Whole treatmnt 25 cents.
'. neat In the air. Brannon c.. L. ,., ? :i. .. removed. _. _- man, J., L. Wishnant, Joe Lucius inspectors -
: is the OLD
.' pro Blair, Jas. F. :. '.. ?removed. ; .O. M. Gale, clerk. (4l
duct of fermentation and distillation Belcher, W. L.. ,. .. ....removed. I McIntosh, Dist No.. 22-J, W. Reed,

.o.and'not one of tne component parts Berry Chas .. ... ..removed. I COHDITIOH H. M. Estridge, J. S. Neal inspec- "
; ." of nature's juices. In other words. Cox H. J., .-, r- . '..removed. @ tors; W. E. Allen clerk. /
,. \c. fermented wine is universally mown Chace, D.. \\". .. ,. .. ..removed. rLGIlHAI Pedro, Dist. No. 23-S. G. Lovell' /

< to be alcoholic and unfermented Cox John H. .. .. o." ? .removed. J. C. Terry, H. R. Shaw, inspectors; -

._ wine* non-alcoholic. Carter, J. W. .. .., ,. T.removed. 'M. M. Proctor, clerk. PURE RYE.

'. The word translated "wine"' in connection Carter;, Chas. .. ," ... ...removed. Dunnellon. Dist No. 24-J. L. Leitner. / '

with the adjective "new"* Dyle Richmond .< .. .. .removed. TnteAawawACuRc I. J. Titcomb, H. D: Wood, in"Candler .
Davenport, W. S. ., ,T .., ..removed. .E
'' u clOv No. 25-J. N. Marshal I IJ I Put
xt means unfermented.: Tae.expression Diliard, L..M, .. .,. ... ...removed.Freeman Sii1IN T CATTLEITbrr44tfl' '8 .- 0. Hightower Albert McLain, In- ti

in Greek Is "oinoa neos," ."new wine. John, .. .. .. ,,removed. PWttNWTST n. spectors J. H. Mathews, clerk. I t 4 full Ots

Hence. :.Chrisfi: Itsjement:. :"I will Freeman, Burt' ,-. .. .,' ...removed. M ANY' rOR VURS OtSCASf W IV TO STOCK B!cot OF BEST AUMKOSflDBSU KBUCmf? 01"tHASKH specters; ,"W. J.. 'Miioa, clerk. r fri R rH

? :.: not drink henceforth of this fruit of Gild John .* H',. .. ... .removed. tttCVK AM lOAUM MilMMQ! HJAkDtKOaOlft0VE Sparr, Dist. No. 26-D.. Grantham I a
:? > : the vine until that day when I drinkIt Goodwin. Arthur .:>: ** ,, ...removed. TILGfMANS IT IS. NOT A ceo BUT' '!jaw A 5tCtl toICIit J. Love 'W, D. Eminisor. inspectors; y Cartoons
K ; new with you,in my'Father's King- Gary, henry; .. ... .:removed. PRitt 25 CENTS W A'wlua S. E. Civils clerk. Deljv
Gatland. E.:C. .. .* .. .. .removed.. rcasAreTAu.RETAlrDWGC TS tWI'JfWt1tD ev Eureka /
-, ; dom, .Is a distinct 'declaration that Dist No. 27-E. E. Howard, ,
.> Gardemn, Eo'. C. ... ,, i ....removed. ACKERHAN8 J,, H. .Prevatti. Henry Dudley ed at
4. ; ,;?,He will drink,, the, unfermented (non-, :STEWAAT.FA&J: inspec-. ; your
: .. Gunn, Fred M- H .; .. ,. ,removed tors; Irvin Wellhorner clerk.
e. <'. .".alcoholic' grapejuice with his disciples Hector. ..Jos.'IL.. ... ., .-, .removed. Levon Dist' No,. 28-J, Y: Hicks /Expre
.:>. : in his father's. )t gdom. Wo.'T. ., .. ... Office
""- Hyde t." .removed. H. .E. .Morris. M.;B.. Pritchett, .
\ -. ;. .. : Johnson, John, -,. ... ..: ;.removed. Fine Brood Mares. ;" B. F.Turner..clerk.Kendrick. inspectors I
; Afflicted. 'with Sore Eyes for 33 'Years Johnson, Frank ..' ,, ;'.removed. We have just gotten ,in. a car load ; Dist No. 29-G..B.- t
: ':" 1" ( Mote; D.'C.'i" '-..,. '.,, ,.removed. of the finest brood mares ever broughtto pell C: L; Whitehead ,Chap. f Fbi' .

..a ': "i have-been afflicted. .with.sore. Morrison,,,John. ... ,.4.,.. ...removed. the state and' to see.'them is to ad. inspectors; '(X C. Priest, W.Jrv'A.,clerk.Fmley' / 320.Q
; -.' """'. mire hem. .We will sell 'them at .
for : '
eyes thirty-three: years;. Thirteen ? : .removed. 'MarteL,.Dist No. 30- J1uIar ',
'years ago I became totally blind' and Robinson Robert .,, .,removed. veri reasonable" 'prices.. Coaie 'andandlook inger, ':&[;VP., Prink, FW.Henry Secfo '$1.OO
&: f -, fIs" Z- was .blind for 'sIz years My. eyes Ricker,E. L. *Y." ; ..! .,.., r.Trenioved. them over at BUtch" in.' a r
spectors Arthur
*t" > ';:' 'were' badly inflamed. One, of Smoak. W... ,H,. ... ,>! ;., ,/.rehl 'ved. MARION FARMS' STABLES,, Fa1rfteld; Jist.'No.: Cuthlll. clerk'' "r it Whiskey;
&{. my' neighbors insisted '.upon.. m'ltrr Simmons.John; 9.. f s. ..removed. x Y. Ocala. FUu J., 31-A\: G. Yougej, ,Compte wtt
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f1.'r:: :.>:,;,- Ing Chamberlain's Salve and gave mehai4a Simpson..'John F. :,.- *. ;.. i.rowed.Simpson. i D:& .Payne;'r.c."c1erL'WU1s. inspectors. ;- 7 i Price list .j. ,"=
; ) ;: > ttg Henry; removed.: 1ial1.racks foraiI mamierQf I + "
xpt,11T\'TO.my,8\U'Pri i houses; Geiger =
Dlst : ,
No. -5 '
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healfj4 and sightcame- Turnke7.tJohn .removed.; -. the Carry: ;
g anyeyes try ,-U'lJ. "most pr umptlous-. : the ; jGalaf"H
.b c1( tta me.P. C"Earles C nthtana; tWbtP Geo L. .. ..;Te.moTed.- humblest Prices are decidedly right :;ADreheSitFiweager' II spec, !
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i VOL. 41:,. NO. 18." : OOAJLA,. FLORID, FEIDAY, OCTOBER 26.. 1906. ,ONE: DOLTiAH A YEARS '

f JIPPEHIIGS; ABOUt TOWN. When asked whether he favored or Mr. Jewett Honored. i Good .Aldermanic Timber.To Charming Party for Miss Luclte Lan, An Eye to Business. '

x was opposed :to the drainage scheme Mr."'W. L. Jewett was signally hon- the Editor. Ocala Banner; caster. Miss Jennie Jones and Bob Henry
MISS :SARA. EUZABETH; HARRIS.- Congressmtn Sparkman shrewdly re- ored by the Knights of Pythias at I have heard it suggested that Mr. .- were married at the Jones mansion

Local" Editor.. marked' that he had "troubles of his their'meeting'' on Monday night He James R. Moorehead had in him the I Miss Cora Looney gave a chafing last night says the Cooleemee, N. C.

o was presented a very handsome gold making of good aldermanic timber for .dish'party Thursday night complimentary Banner. The bride is the daughterof
C nMr. ;jewel, known as a "veteran's jewel. the second ward, if he were preessedInto to Miss Lucile ,Lancaster, of our constable, who made a good

c Mr., J. 'E. Stevens; of the*"Crystal and Mrs. A., 0. Harper, of i To obtain this coveted prize one must service.Mr. Ocala, Fla. and Mabel Thomas, of officer, and will undoubtedly be reelected -

i', Lumber':company,; was a bustRiver' DaIsy Ernest, Mrs C. C. Stevens and Mr. have been a member of this order Moorehead Is one of the most Kelton, Ala.. The beautiful home never next fall. He offers a fine

: ;z ness visitor to, Ocala Tuesday. Rawls TT' of Fellowship Mrs. for twenty-five years continuouslyand competent and practical. men 'in the looked brighter of more attractive horse for sale in the next column.

y { William DeHon, of Blitchton, :air.: J. in good standing and after secur- with its wealth of cut flowers grouped The groom runs a grocery store oitf

11: Mr. ,J, B. Grjgg, one of- the prosperous M..Sellers,, of Berlin, and Mr. and ing itIs exempt from payment of city.Good, common practical sence is about and the stately palms and ,Main street and is a good patron of
farmers living across the Mrs..J. M. Bryan of columns, and ,has .a
i Martel, were visiting dues. needed on the city council much more ferns that greeted one in the reception our advertising
Ocklawaha was .in 'Ocala Tuesday in Ocala Tuesday, Mr. .Jewett. in a few" graceful words than bushels of "hot air." ball together with the brilliant .'good line of bargafafs this week All

''with a .wagon load,of,cotton., Miss thanked the donors for this honor con- Mr. Moorehead has a thorough illumination made a picture that was the summer he paid two cents more
Eloyse Izlar, who has been said that the and his for butter than store.in town.,
." ferred on him and knowledge of street building indelibly stamped on heart and brain. any
ill for the
Mr,. A,34 Douglass, a' prominent improving past ten weeks; is now daily "jewel" would ayways remain one of suggestions along this 'line would As the young people gathered and ex* I The happy couple left on the ten

merchant and orange grower.of'Citra; being able to sit up fora his most treasured possessions.Mr. save the expenditure of many an unnecessary changed gre'tlngsl.me form- 'of o'clock train for Milwaukee to visit

'r was In 'the city Tuesday.- 'He;reports friends.few minutes hope) each, day. Her many Jewett has held many offices dollar. I amusement was suggested, so cards the bride's uncle, who is reported

'that :the white fly is quite:;bad, in; Ms I short that it'will only be ;a of trust in the K. of P. lodge and has The streets are in *n awful plight I turned out to be the medium. There have lots of money and Bright's di

''grove.. ; I be very able to be while'out now until she will always been enthusiastic in all work now/and the exigency of the times were six tables of enthusiastic play I sease. Bob certainly has an eye for ..

again. pertaining to the lodge ans is certaIn- call for good, practical level headed ers, and for awhile only the subdued' business.-Cleveland Leader.

Dr. D. A. Smith, 'of Anthony a deserving of the honor bestowed on hum-of voices could be heard but
prominent Confederate veteran, was Mrs. B, T. Perdue of Brooksville, him. men.Let's get men that are "worth finally the games ended as all games [Catarrhal Deafness or Chronic Catarrhal .

transacting business in the 'city 'onTuesday formerly of Ocala has been appointed while" and don't let the public in- will and it was found that Mr. Montgomery Headaches. '

and called on various. ... of his [assistant woman commissioner to the terests go by default and our elections ; had made the highest score, Will be instantly: relieved by the
Jamestown exposition A Bad Complexion.comes use of NOSENA, a soothing Catarrhal -
r' Ocala friends.. from Florida.No .... become as a "dead letter and received a beautiful stein and
better person than Mrs. Perdue from bad blood. Pimples oil the VOTER. Balm. Relief guaranted or money ,
Gardner Harness carried off the lone
could, have been selected for this .of- skin acne, liver spots, sallow skin refunded. NOSENA contains no cocaine
Miss. Evelyn Pelot went down to : hand, a cut glass talcum shaker. Music or harmful durg. Will Imme
fice. She has attended quite dark rings about the eyes sick headache .
Owen in Manatee county Tuesday to expositions in this a number pale worn out' look, dizziness To California. was then furnished by Miss ixio- diately relieve the worst running cold
;, ',visit her father. Before terurning' is well informed in this .capacity line of work.and will all disappear if you take a treat !Now 'is the best time of year to ney and then came the chafing dish rose cold, nasal catarrh, hay fever,

home she will also visit relativesatBradentown. ment of Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic see California. The farmers and supper wn an epicurean might throat trouble hoarseness etc. by

Pellets for sale at all druggists fruit growers can tell you all about have envied. Those; present at this tenderly soothing the inflamed, diseased
d, > Mrr1Edwin! Pr Pittman of the firm and put your blood in good condition. the bumper crop of 1906. delightful party were Misses Lancaster membranes. The well known

of Pittman &. Son, of this This treatment does not force things catarrhal aches can be instantly relieved -
city, and Low one way rates every day to and Thomas, the honorees, Lillian
Miss Sue. Anderson ,who' "r has, spent who recently opened a. branch store -the pill touches: the liver, urges it October 31, 1906, $33.00 from Chicago Morrison, Fannie Kennedy, by the use of this remedy.
the past }''month with relatives at at Coleman in Sumter'county, came to action; the pellet following (purely and correspondingly low rates from Mrs. Fannie Mathis Paine, Pa.. '
/ Mary Smithers Bernice Terrell and
"I have been trying NO-
says your
Wilmington, N. C., has returned home. up, Tuesday to look after his Ocala vegetable) strengthens and aids all points east via Union Pacific and Ston- ..
and Messrs. T. M.
the bowels and digestive Beware Cora Looney, SENA for catarrah and have been en -
had a most enjoyable organs. Southern Pacific railways.Be .
x and summei interests! Mr. Pittman has just recovered of violent purgatives. Ask for tickets read rod, Montgomery ,Gardner Harness, tirely .cured. Send me the prise for a'
accompanied home by hei from a short illness. He sure your over dozen tubes, as I want it for some
reports -Ramon's it is the only combined Claude Gill Eearl Gross, Eearl Mor-
this line. of
friend, Miss Thurber Gore Inquire
who will I
everything flourishing at Coleman treatment put up in this way on the J. F. VanRensselaer rison .Frank Kennedy, Neal Gross, of my neighbors.
1 spend the. winter with Miss AndersoIJatl.the.home L and his prospects Large tubes, 50 cents at all drug
a big business market. Entire treatment 25 cents.A. 124 Peachtree stret Atlanta Ga. Hall Hollman, Will Hubbard Mr.
of her parents Dr. and t gists or sample tube on receipt of
; there Js bright. Mrs. Pittman and Mrs. Mar Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. William ten cents in stamps by mail, Brown'
1 < Anderson, on Fort Kim has
t # ne ue., recently returned home from a L. Webb's Clearance Sale is A. L. Webb's Clearance Sale is John Prude, Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Looney. Mfg. Co., Greenville, Teniu, St Louis,
visit to relatives in Georgia. still on. x still on. x .-Colorado, (Tex.,) News. Mo. "

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THE AMENDMENT ITSELF;, t and OYerfloRedUxabte
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t. the"-'G such drainage .($Met and levy there. -a_... Across the Water. I-, ... out for $1 'perbox on the trees The

Under. Which : no "s Drainage on a acreage not exceedin? ten Ray-Langf rd. What They are Doing in the Land of, paper says the crop. '.is' ripening fast
Scheme' Is -to be''Carried "When will the ,southern whites "
s: V on. nook to be fixed annually Something a little out of the unusual learn thet the Grapefruit. and Pine. and shows. better quality than' .last
"t:, by said bc' commissioners that proper way to protect } .
"of drainage occurred at the Presbyterian year.
j.F, The Ocala Banner publishes the and their women Is to organize a really Quite a few acres of beans have been:
the various counties enl church on Sabbath evening. Mr. The packing houses at Kissimmee
following known ,as the' "D inage braced in Lrt efficient police: and to punish crime planted at Lotus.
: or whole] within such Goff anounced at the morning service are being put in order for the
:;.: Amendment, for the Information, of ,drainage:d against them' with prompt judiciary R._ F, Hansen, of Pine Grove, is season's '
trlct districts shall re. of the '
;that at the beginning evening crop of fruit and vegetables.
; the voterS the county who will pass ceive such severity instead of killing in a foolish putting In a couple of acres of sweet .
ist lists and :enter the would take The'orange S
or service a marirage placein crop of this county is not
upon it in the election next month: same upo" panic of rage men, who possibly potatoes. .
c. /the tax rolls of .the county the church. As no names were aa large as last year by 15.(){)(), boxes.
or con are entirely innocent? We sympathizewith G. W. Stanley, of Antioch, has .
es in which said lands mentioned there was considerable At Whittier orange groves continue '
ARTICLE XVIII. may lie a the whites in their horror at sold his crop of oranges to Dwight.
d the amount so levied by guessing and quite an audience was to hold their own, and are In- fine
: 'f. That the following amendment to the boa tine the thought of what defenseless women Crum of Plant City, '--.
of drainage 'commisison- preSent. At the appointed stape for the season. The growers
have to endure from black criminals A fine 50x90 packing house has just
:: Article XVI of the constitution of.:the ers in.s sij jch manner and form as may Ray and Mrs Langford, of ocala there are opposed to the bad habit of r
but must been 200-aree Flow-
we protest against the completed in the
,.; state of Florida be and it is herebyagreed be Ares fibed by the board of drainage made their appearance and were married -> flooding the market with unripe fruit -
folly and crime of at Estero.
the methods of eree. grove
f to and shall be submitted to com ssloners from time to as announced.-Eustis cor. in pro- t<5ce none of the crop has been
tection which they adopt.'i-London At Mims oranges are showing good
:;' the electors ,of the state at the general time, w rushed
; ch amounts shall be. .collected Times Union. on the market-New 'York
Spectator. color and large sizes, and shipments
.election,, to be held on the first b the. various lax collectors of This piece of news will be quitea Fruit and Produce News.

Tuesday, after the first Monday in the couif ies wherein.such levies have surprise to the friends of Mr._ and "The truth is that Americans ought will soon start in earnest i, American Teams to Play in England. ;-

November, A; D., .1906 for ratification been mf to abrogate that part of. the constitution The first oranges' the season '
d le as other taxes are colleted Mrs. Ray in this city.FrazeeGrant Special to the Ocala Banner: =
or 'reject1ontSec,32. : ,..in" t '''cordance w th. lawt: and .pay which rebates to the black pop were shipped from Antioch last week [ .New York, Oct 23.-For the first .

4 V : The governor, the comp-; : over :sa J amoun\a .opted: to the At the home of the bride's parents, ulation. be prepared to treat it as at G. A. Franklin being the shipper. time In the history of the association ..

..troller' the state, ''treasurer.,the'attoiney : board ,of drainage< ,cpginiissloners" ;and Mr. 'and Mrs. Andrew' Green, Arcadia, present a distinct race on the lower The orange crop of the Rockledge football teams representing the
< but
<* general and the sommisisoner'oiagriculture i sajd"co ; ssiongrshalll havQ'a hen Miss Nellie Grant, was, on October scale:. 'of evolution'' and deal with it section will medium, in quantity. i United States and England will meet ?

.of/the tate;; .of Fldrda# = I su rior. all 'atlliens.upon the 17 united in wedlock, to Dr. E./ W in a special'way This does not sign- of excellent quality this year.L. 'in International competition. Today .;
; ., Partin of Cross Praire, has
and their successors; fn;? 3pffic%* tasablq I dsuanl: 'such drainage Frazee, .of Jacksonville The bride fy segregation, but it does mean in a arrangements were completed to

hereby' constituted,andf;deslgnatedasa districts\ r Ile, Woice yjax: levy has won a host of friends in Arcadiaby sense, separation-the separation that some egg plants that are"this looking fine.. send an American eleven to England

board' of drainage C mmissipner, for theDot anywork:done under her most Jovable disposition and involves, the relation of. master and He commences shipping week.G in April 190T to play an English team.-
,and herebf-'authorized ;arid'enf the Tprovi' : *'oir been servant ,of class and class, and implies W. Carter, of Daytona has gone '
; ions" hereof, done priorto spotless character. She has assisting Only one match will be played and
l poweredttq establish systempt eanals. the adtptlon of.tbis amendment her fatner ,in the postoffice> a certain ..amount of association. to Fort Louderdale, where he will the gate will be governed by the dateof

drains levees dikes'and;'reserf Ude5tie provisions of"an" act),Of the _Dr.. Frazee is a young man of .sterling .Neither does it :signify Injus engage In trucking, paying special attention the cup: tie for the British cham- '

[ fir vnf_ 'snf ri dimensions: and.- depths; lesislatuo" _ftft r j .iJ'jyTbit ... 19o s ,J quals and the soft of Rev H. :tic!; the denial of racial and social to tomatoes.A. The famous, Palace
w**t? */* vwv** ? m JIt it CU '&a' pionships. Crystal
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Intheitdgment of'the said board I equality ,is not a denial, of equity. W.. Terwilliager Mims has f
= as Jacksonville. 'grounds- will hold
SOI". 'the'board' ot'd a1nagetoners B. Frazee, of 100,000)
organized a large'truck automobile to
Js deemedadYiseableVto Their -treatme t .must be absolutelyjust
of dra4nage' ,Dr Frazee formerly lived in this spectators and have been secured for
be 'and is authorized from the to the
rfeclalni the and .kind. It is the. intolerable haul oranges grove
F drain and the grocery. the contest which will 4t
Fair lake
and was with : place om
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> and overflowed lands within ct s the right :X eminentdo.main injustice of the. present _.state'of, station; capacity over 100 boxes, the
swaea Saturday preceding the English
his home. '
sucbrparts or J arii Condemnation Jot landiforation things that has caused, all the trouble -As)et no oranges or grapefruit have
th ate jbf Florida ha ; ,
the 1 .. since leasing here he, become an cup tie Negotiations were completed
aa' deemed best bysand : pf"Itscanaisf MrainsjlJe.dikesfand in the south."Give us simple justice been shipped frni" Dunedin growers
;is thereof Is and is making ,Jacksonville I today and theassoefa.tlon of foot.
oculist ;
dralttage comrdisisonere reservoirs, forj the ; the negroes ,say,. 'and the. race preferring to wait until their fruit ball
organizations of New York Phil
f me t '.time ;and ko ii ivldo forreclaimed Ps, 368j" oresai4.. and"may i: 'g*'*r* Davis-Boring.Mr. problem .will solve Itself/ It is the fully ripens before sending Jt north..

E iron h1 up tn_1 I takj8rani( use Bueji' Tandsl--. .*Alf Mallette"Davis and Miss strict justice-accorded the negro in S.J/Sligh,of Jacksonville, says hefigures.the. Chicago

ma tals'draips i ; v pending( fcondemnatjan p-. Louise Ward Boring were united in the ,West, Indies that has made him orange and grapefruit crop thevbest men 'in-their-states to send

I .dikes' deem ..cessaryiforrsuchr the '.home 01 so-.contented, amendable and. law this season at .3,500,000 boxes. He ,, ,
-/ y marriage yesterday at tq England '- : '
a eras'r, yantage- ;Ju{.i ias ertainJng,tbOn | < bride at Pine.Both ." abiding.' Jit, wills however have to thinks prices should be about the: '" : .. :.. <.
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0 the to th to t'1\A. r\"M''f or *,sueK 1'x these young people are, quite i be ,recognized, that they;,are .capable same as last year. ceCompany
*ght ii to, be O.acge crates are coming Into |n- The Mutual Life t.n a -
s f Florlde ;>ay. banes' In 'their neighborhood 'and of advancing and that they must be '* .
4 8 omfsuchTdfi .mag J shall be d- popular dianola by the carload,,and the pros.I of ,New. York. T--: -
the_ nieice tli ? ,. havo many mends' an of'whom-wish given the fullest opportunity' of der, "

33,' I'htitt u r'y ?ired by Uje'jurf* them;':a life of sunshine land happy veleping whatever powers .they, peet Is now for thousands'' of boxes, Notice .t5 the, Policy ,Holders-The ,. -

= age ,commissionethorfzeir are hereby an- : ec: 31.;t Tlia4legistnfe. (Tr pro- ness. possess.: 'The: theory<< that they are .acompletedproducti.ot tied with the fine Indian River fruit, official statement which may be used 4

_u ; :ibeneF ... i evolution does to go .9ut a few months .later.C. as a ballot- for' voting by mail, having'
drainage dis I reason of ,, '. not, stand. the test-ot' facts,?but lUs A. Dupont of Hastings, hag recently been sent to each' policy holder on 9
j. : thereof Go to,the Fair StoreYfor your dry true that the evolution 'extremely: pw..chUed.the'farm: belongingto October lit 'anr'yoter_; failing to receive ", _:
daries thereof d S collection : ;* '
vY e goods while'tbe BJg Clearance'Sale slow Fora long'time they,will haretobe B. ;Genover, located .at-Elkville:., the samein', the due course of- .Y5 1'time ;
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DRAING ;OF, i' EVER' soiaTH 'GREAT NEED,, :THE' INCREAcEOFTHE, -1 JUDGE'S' 'Grandpapa HarrX14 s; :m Y t I

OCALABR: ,'' : l hi! ong'rve have some\Tl1at1iIeas- nM RkOY i.
TaE- c/f1i :
ii1t MENTo' I< f "Editor Plank.. ;Harris, of the Ocd| JJ!' "'. Uyl resen.ted being referred> as
<" ..... '"" a -....... Ifi Banner*has?* just' returned 'from'a ,OBe''' be mendtntsrtobe yoted the 4enei ble" editor ofathe,*Ocala

FRANK, HARRIS: Editor is a hard proposition1 unlearn visit to New York, and, judging from on -in the November election is ,for Banner;' the "patriarch" of the Flor

.,,P._.",V;",. L'.'av ngoodr._ 'Busfneaa_,__ H'.j"anager._ the'.thing werhaverlearned makea some of his_ recent- editorial fie an-increase rin the salary .of--our-.supreme ida press etc r' but we>gues we-shall H HEADANDSCALP' :

surrender f',.ofpur. first Jmpressions. tions, he has Drought lack.wtt himsame tjudgeaThis: is:article, Jfo. ,29. be. compelled Jo make an "wiFondttional :
They'cling to its"as a*'k D.d of fetish Ideas that ;he is disposed to The present salaries of our '8U- -surrender and" accept tllfiseI' }

and 'become.&s strong an< -"unyielding .. utilize ior-the. be1efitof..Ptor preme.judges- were. fi2xed up tards.-of weU..Jntende' titles with becooicsjdignity .
he'has much. Prince which time as we are now actually aj:
as 'a tradition.As which already done so twenty years, ago,
j :'far. back as we can rememberwe :As -sample of these*Ideas,' the i the prices of all 'the'- necessaries'of I'grandfather. Bothered With Itching for a Long

c haT been-edueated io'believethatlue following*,may, be,.-cited:.. -<>'-,.>_> -.- life, to say.nothing-.of..thealuxuries, ; .the 'little-king -was.- born, early j ->0... ....,_.. --, ,
T Found Ko Belief- lm iii'. .
drainage of the Everglades was "If we were impressed" with one have increased over forty per cent, Monday morning and" is a fine little j e

an impossible proposition. That their fact more than another on our re- with a constant upward tendency until fellow, without spot or blemish, tips Cutfcura1 ;Was Used-Kentucky

inundation was caused not so much cent visit to New York it is that It has already reached the point the scales at eight and'a half pound, ,
by the overflow of Lake Okeechobeeas the pressing need.of the south is peo- where a man of family can' scarcelY' and; has lungs enough to make himself :lady Now Comp tety Well.

from the overflow of the Atlantic pIe. If one stands 'on the sidewalk make ends meet living at the capItal heard far the .household. I

Ocean and the Gulf 'of Mexico and in that city he witnesses a passing as it is one of the highest pricedof "His majesty" has been named in

,.. .... that the waters of the ocean and the throng during( all hours of th3 day all places in the state, to say noth- honor of his father and his grandfather WISHES SUCCESS TO
-. gulf swooping over the lower portion Go where he will he meets people. ing of educating his children and lay ,, and will be e.ntered' at the I

Mttto Thf Banner. believing, those. of the state made its drainagethe The street cars, the subway the elevated ing by something for a rainy day. coming "baby show" at the Jacksonville CUTICURA REMEDIES .f.fI

tt the top, well able to :take care oft 'wildest kind of a dream railways are always crowded,' Already within the past eight years carnival and if the judges' will _
themselves 'has.taken its stand in the We were"also taught to believe and so are the hotels and department five of our ablest_ jurist have 'resign permit us'to lend them our eyes 4
that innumerable springs are. foundin stores. It is a jam everywhere. The ed from the bench because they could through which .to make .their inspection "After using Cuticura Soap Ointment $
with the
barricades common people
all parts of the Everglades, someas hotel at which we' stopped is not a not live on the salary they received be is sure to be. the prize win- and Pills, I am very dad tsay
and it* fight will ,be made for the bet. large as Silver Springs, which added ., very pretentions one and yet its reg- and have gone back to the bar where ner. 1 am entirely relieved of that itching

terment of those' at',the bottom. to the difficulty of drainage. ister i9'always fUll and so it was they are 'makingv from two to five humor of the head and scalp which I

t r jejtMHHHMHMMeMMHeVMi'MMMBiVMniWHMMMlVHMMFRIDAY tVe )have been taught also to believe with all the hotels at which we called times the amount practicing law. Leather is always good if you listento was bothered with quite a length of

OCTOBER 25, 1906. that if drainage were .possible' that When we got to Charleston and it is an 'indisputable fact, evidentto the cobbler; time. I did not use the Cuticura Rem-

SS T7 Tp7T. .. T TT .,. r r the lands 'reclaimed would be valueless -, visited the Charleston hotel, the lead- the most ignorant layman that I edies began more to get than better three, and now times I am before com.pletelywell. I- ,

Tom Lawson ,is of the opinion that as they are nothing more than V ing hotel of the city we found that the state's highest court of, last resort A Doctor's Suit for Libel.A I suffered with that humor

Hearst will win overwhelmingly, white sand'suchc-as we 0 find on the its register contained less than a should be composed of her very remarkable determinationas I on my head, and found no relief until I
beach along the entire coast of Florida page of arrivals. Yet it is a large ablest and most learned lawyers but very took the Cuticura Remedies. I think
libelous publication -
what constitutes a
If Governor Broward's drainage' and splendidly equipped establishment how can she, with, any reason expect to I' used several cakes of Cuticura Soap, ,
In Martin v.
scheme. 'the All these things we have been ._e belt line street railway the requisite ability and talentto is contained three boxes of Ointment,and two vials
adopted greatest -
-' of Florida opportunities taught to believe from 'our youthup. a splendid line instead of being give their services for a fourth or Picayune, 40 Soutnern Reporter, 376. of Pills. I am doing all I can to publishthe
getting. sugar in ',
of <
packed as were the cars in/ New fifth of their earning capacity at the Plaintiff was a physician Cuticura Remedies for they have
will still be found in ",aU hassee.- few ly'high standing in his profession and done me good and I know they will do
York city, were carrying very ?
statement not bar
Indeed we printed a
Times-Union. others,the With best wishes for .
was a member of a medical society, same. --,
long since from a1 gentleman, who passengers and s o the scarcity of The honor of the position counts for your snceess.n Mrs. Mattie Jackson: "
the members of which are opposed to..
The .democratic, ; organization of' said that he had visited the Ever- the people" was marked on every,, a great deal and is, one that most advertising by physicians and had June 12, 1905. ilortoaaville, Ky. .

New'. York county formerly openedits glades on several occasions and re- hand. lawyers strive for, yet honor will not resolutions denouncing that
campaign last night with a ratification mained, in them for' three or four Nothing could be truernothIngmore buy bacon and potatoes and keep passed
meeting in Tammany hall months at a time and he confirmedthe to the point than this. New the pot boiling. practice. Defendant newspaper
ed of remarkable cure affected by 12 YEARS' SUFFERINGCured jY a
Xewis S.: Chanler, Senator Grady and statements above set forth. blood-new people-are what. Florida The governor is paid five thousand a
Bourke Cochran delivered addresses Recently ,we' made a trip to Lake most needs today. dollars a year and Is furnished i mansion the professional skill of plaintiff and G
rather glowing accountof Sound and Well By Cut
and overflow, meetings were held. Okeechobee and talked with a great Men and money are essential to rent free, while our judges. supposed a '
_F many people-some of them pioneers, the push, progress and prosperity of to be our .ablest men are paid the case, stating that other physicians cura Soap and Cuticura Ointment

Another: ,fallen idol, is Mayor Wea who have been living there a long any community; but of the two, men but three thousand without: any man- had; treated the patient with- Expense of.7sc.

ver,' of ,Philadelphia. Only a little time, all familiar with the Everglades must be put first sion. out effect, 'and containing various

while agohe was..being praised from section: ,and without exception protested For it is a fact that we should It is of course known that we, now other laudatory remarks. Plaintiff alleged ,"I had been suffering limb for and twelve had

Dan to -Beersheba and now' he has that the lands in the Ever- never be lost sight of, that towns are have six judges on the bench but that publication, though true years with a sore on treatment my ,and nona,

gone,,behind.; a"dark cloud 'He tried glades are as rich as it: is possible made not by. their locations-not by three of hese judges are only recent. and obtained from the father. of the physicians me any give relief me until I got, hold of

to,run ,machine. of his own and, got for lands to be and that the drainingof their "natural advantages;" but by ly placed' there and it is the under- patient was-not authorized by plain- gave the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, andI

caught at. it Itls( ,a very common these lands is an easy proposition.. the people in them. standing that 'as'soon as the work of tiff and had' a tendency to lead the was cured sound and well with one

_ tate among..reformers.-Tampa,Times'' That they are higher than the gulf What made Atlanta? Nothing but the court is caught up with that these public and his' brother practioners to cake of Cuticura Soau'and one bar of

I ',. ', or the ocean and that Lake' Okeechobee the indomitable spirit of its people. three extra judges, shall retire so the believe that he was advertising and Ointment. I have confidence in Cuticura ,
three hundred stu the What enabled Jacksonville to .arise thereby caused them to class him in and I would not take ten doHass for oDe
There. !
are over itself is highest point n that figures cited by Mr. Light will have

F dente up at6t tetsonj.ynfxejsity4.andthe } section.oLthe state.being Snore ihan from the. ashes, and,._in;,_a, few shortyears to.b ., ut.ut.almost..JD.half, ? the category of quacks, whd alone, |twaTalleged" "box if,?I"knew" 'D.1L that: I Robertson could not;get' any.
'resorfeFfo advertising.Reversing more.:
total continues increase above the level of the rehabilitate herself upon a scaleand
; by twenty-one-feet We believe that our public servantsare 29 1905. Newton, MBS.
the arrival of new students. There in a manner that throws into the worthy of their 'hire and shoUld a holding of the lower Sept.cue,ExtanulufrlBtantlTmiBuat for j ew '

t 3 are'students from: all over'the state" of sea.These people are enthusiasts on shade \ier former stability? be paid salaries according to their court %hat this petition stated no 9muer itiIl,hum III C1Ukara.M Pimplct to Scroful, ik..,ointment from InBUKj,rae+to&An*>!-

Florida. and from many of the northern the subject of drainage :land, agree If the. people 'of Jacksonville 'had stations and enough to',at least enable -, cause ot action' supreme court declares ,COIII not MM(in tom of chu .COlll84 PtUa,I.1G.per wiaIof6lmaybell..ao..l1 ,
st&tes.It\ is 'gobg'to{ben great with Governor Broward; that 4f [his nor proven themselves'equal: to:the them' torise, decently and with th4t' ?t, shows an actionable libel PattyDt3 a ChemCerp,rukPr.Q giI +, Solt6keel.tUne<,B.eu a Mw Z..

.iyear for Stetson, the e tlt !has eyer scheme is consummated that that occasion: the city would never have enough besides to educate their child '\ t I, .arMaiL4l'ree.".u.wtG Can"Haw Iwtuncj to elm Euan tat SH*...&txpsod B+iite.wd

had.-DeLand 'Record.t .- section of Florida will quickly be- so rapidly and completely recovered ren. ;:
come.the "gaiuenspot of the earth." from the staggering, blow, .,. dealt it 'a Four'.thousand" dollars-- now: Is no ---

Talk about Hearst,, the ,demagogue and will add immense riches to our few years ago. .. as much''as, three thousand dollar

n and the yellow journalist; 'as muchas state and indues to.-it a dense And why.is It that' the people of were twenty. years ago. "..

you please, but it is a fact:that,up copulation; Jacksonville have found possible to ;.,'

in New York all, the; sate old plutocratic Jf we can' get our" own consent 'that rise above defeat and disaster A' hicagQ'woman knocked her.husband -

trustrbfeeding republican influences the scheme itself is feasible and prac- Largely because of the constant' accessions down with an.alarm'clock* Then FDR.

are fighting,him ferociously, ticable and that ,one tenth of the of new blood and new vigor she called time on him.

''ti and'that's ,the best reason in, the blessings,that are promised by its advocates by wn -\ vitality has .been sustaIned .

world why the democratic rparty, 'allover ( will flow from it, the amend in the hour of ne9d.Frank ., ':The Scrap By"'** for November con-, '
f the country' should back him up ment to be voted on'will not stand Harris is right 1e pressing tans biographical sketch of Hon.

solidly in his present contest-Live ic our' way a little ,lttc need of the south is people" Napoleon B. Broward Governor: of (

A Ook Democrat It claimed that this amendmentclothes And the sooner this state awakensto Florida, under the title "From DeckHand 34

the drainage commission with that fact the better for alt .Con to Governer." 1h$4

% Shipments of 'cigars from :Tampa too much power but men. mast be cerned.-Pensacola Journal, c '" & ; $

i for the week ending October 6 here clothed: with power to accomplish big '( n't General Gilchrist says it is too 100. 4
6,370,00-the( largest week's shipment undf rtakings. Hearst Strikes Back. earjy.to announce for governor. Its

of the'present'-'year Previously We clothe our officers'" already with Hearst is'getting back; at the New not? too early to work for Gilchristand '

't reported shipmentsj'from the present. as much or more power than will be York newspapers that are fighting DeSoto county, .is already solid 4\ ; ?
year were 191,210,00.., Total ship- I gicri the dralaags commission by h m. He first exposed the :New York for him-over 2.t'N strong.-De Soto ,.4 i

_ =y rants from January 1,. to.the present the,adoption of, this amendment.See Herald method of making tens of Uounty News. "
year were 191,840,000, The total shipments I what vast power we place in thousands of dollars through its personal DfllVESED F6?'

_ 1r ,, for- ''the same period of last i the hands of the judges of our supreme column, in which meetingswere Ocala had a big day at the laying

t year were 161,430,000.: The Increase, and circuit courts., arranged between people of of the corner stone of the court houseon 2BS57 }'f'SZ aH\e r., $ J2 OO

,in shipments for Uls year up to October -I I We place in the hands of these doubtful character. Several of themembers the 17th Inst. Two thousand pea ,i 'f.&

6, was 36S90.000.-Tampa Herald. i officials discretionary power in which : of the Herald staff have ple partook of the barbecue 'and -r;
hd vast property interests' are involvedand been arrested, and the proof of the many more listened to the joint debate ;

,Commenting on the suggestion of power over life and even death vile work of the Herald's .personal between Governor Groward and : CHAS LUM & COMPANY ,
column, it is said, will be forth'comng. ,
itself. Hon. John S. ,Beard the ,
the New York World to send Mr on drainage. ,
It is tb.at.the New
Cleveland to the United States sen See what vast power'we lodge IE the now questi9n.-Gainesvii1e Sun. facksonville Pla. ,
York Times is owned bY' a syndicate
j;' ate, the ,Troy Press revives an old !hands of our boards of county commissioners w
of gentlemen many of whom
are actually
question with this statement; 'He ; our city councils, our identified with the trust inter Mrs.William H. Felton. a neighborand

would be 'a child.in years, perhaps, sheriffs, probate judges and other officials friend of Sam Jones, the deal .
\ ests.., Referring to the reports concerning '
but"the. noblest Roman of them air to say nothing of the almost evangelist; paid him a most beauti- o
the ownership of the Times,
., In experience,' usefulness,' patriotismand unlimited power we place in the the Scimitar ful and] touching tribute in the At. Mcii1nBros.
probity.. Every ex-president hands of congress and the presidentof ; Memphis says; lanta paPer Her testimony to the
"Editors of such find
should: :go to the senate, not by favor the United States. papers are genius; greatness and gentleness of i
4 ing more than .& lot of hard work cutout
pf & legislature,' but for life through The very idea of government car- for them in defending the political the evengelist was; a sweet poem. .Ev-. Spuupern Copper Works

k,' a constitutional amendment-St Augustine ries with it the placing of power' in methods of their concerns, and also rybody in Carterslvlle loved and Idolized -

f Record. the hands of those who administer it.And 0 this gifted preacher.,
in beating back the suggestions of
of Stills
.. rs Turpentine
f.- we must have confidence that popular leaders. A few years' ago Maniiiacturf
The New York Press, the original this be abused and ; It seems to us that is is
,, power will not they; had only to' whisper of a man very poor ral Metal
v' discoverer, of Hughes as a candidatefor the only way to keep it from being, that had wore whiskers to have him satisfaction to those poor fellows who and Gen Workers.

governor of New York, sounds a abused is in the elective franchise set down as a demagogue or accuse gave their dollar for Tom Watson's

wild alarm. It says through a _special and the removal. retirement from Him of carrying hayseed in his hair Magazine-because it was his magazine -
_ correspondent that there is a offlce- of those who abuse this privi to: make a chorus of paragraphic -to be told by Tom Watson old} Stills taken iii exchange for new ones. Patching =

"chill on up the state that the recent laughter. Things have changed. how that he lost more than they did. .Misery through the Count ya specialty. Orders by mail or 4

progress of candidate Hughes lege.Vast power* we admit is placed in ever. Whiskers and hayceed no loves company, it is true but after wire, will receive I rompt attention at either of the

through the manufacturing towns the hands of the drainage commis. longer constitute convincing, argu- :all there is not much consolationin following 'worksFAYETTEVILLE . ...

: shows that the workingmen are. in- loners under this proposed amend'aent ments and leaders have come 'up misery even though ,the company

clined to vote for Hearst, and.that the but if they abuse this power who can be charged with neither may be ever so big. d- SAVANNAH GA
_ flax Is on fire generally The objectof W. -
Crime. Hence
the courts can be invoked to restrain our contemporaries are

=' the howl' of 'alarm is probably to them and they can be removed from rather at sea as to what in the thun- Hon. Frank Adams, of Jasper says JACKSONVILLE.. Fl3 MOBILE ALA

I encourage the loosening of purse office at the ballot box. der to say about it. There is no harmony he will not be a candidate for United
stringsc when republican campaign
Our understanding and interpretation in their defense and' no seeming State senator. We shall wait and
committees call for funds.
of this amendment is that it consistency in their utterancespro see what we shall see. In the meantime -

_ gives! : the drainage commissionerspower and con" however, If the distinguished -
,Georgia' has produced some great only over the "swamp and gentleman,' and state senator for 12 II
men ,in her time And so have most overflowed lands;"that these hinds The Ocala Star's special biographical years of Hamilton allows his name r

of the otber"states' in the Union old were ceded to the state for the purposeof ,court house edition, which was to go before the people he will have k

=+ enough for motherhood, but when drainage and, reclamation and the gotten out in celebration of the laying some ardent supporters in Suwannee

Sam Jones came out of the red hills. board of drainage commissioners ,will of the corner stone of the new county.-Live Oak News.

9L, of the "Cracker State" to make his have Jurisdiction over these lands court house, is receiving as it de-
fi mark upon his country and his time serves flattering notices from the ILit
and noothers, and if they attempt to The Ocala Banner declares that it Where fincf Shield Shoes
Georgia gave'to.the world a man and other. state press. It was' all to the good. you :
exercise jurisdiction over lands
preacher without a prototype and agrees with the Live Oak Democrat,In Is a safe to trade, .because7
than "swamp and overflowed"property p
; [ There The fishing business at Fort Pierce the statement that the "tough whitekid" KoWe
f: : who have no successor. rserfntseverywhere.
: ; owners can restrain them they are sold b
a problem: and the Tribune -
was only one Sam Jones and we will has made 'a decided improvement the
from so doing by invoking the aid of agrees sui to ask for
with the Democrat
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never hive another. But he had a this past week and the prospects for the .
host or; pulpit imitators in; hU day the courts and that amendment good season are most promising. The with the Banner. He is not'a simple
does not take away from the courts eitherThere
vh who ,had all 'the' gyra(ona of the fish dealers ally preparing for the equation, are more Efi$30
and construe it.
the power to expound
than two sides to him. It takes the ;
Sybil without'an of iU genius. Tampa winter ,business by additions of new -
Times. ''Therefore, we say, that if the Ever. nets and. lauc.ches.-Fort Pierce Tri double rule of three to manage that forinen andyou'getyolu _

L-4 .; glades scheme has in store for the bun sort of kid and the three have to ladeire 3?

:;_ 'r<< Mr, J..N Whitner, one of the,.prominent people of Florida the great possibilities know, their business." .Tampa Tri. ;mono s worth..
-'' citlxea -of Orange county 'was claimed for it the' "scare crow" bune. styles and all
11. i? More hay Is being harvested about I' the
-,..? Sanford the first of1t set up about the direful results of '
;;* In town DeLaqd this, fall than for any prerioUJ Leathers Patent (&
the, :week, MrVlWWtner la one of',the, this amendment ought cot 'to frightenthe year, and: it Is just as good hay Ocala, had 'a great day Wednesday; GOD'Metal, Box

( ': J first tMl;*>&eat:8rowers.ofcelery at voters, to the extent of theIr' votagainst' as shipped from the west,. 'and for when the" corner stone of her new ,, .

- /t.: Sanford.," .He;,'said ;that >..few years it., which one"must pay $20 per'ton-This": county court house was laid," The ,> Ii.r .
u' The only thing that alarms us is
_ : ; ago ho .opened in ,avenue from his making hay at homesaves_ the farmer. yeomanry was there by thousands,
.'". : home,, three miles from Sanford.. to that the proposition Itself, after be- and :grower many a dollar,-DeLand the barbecue was: up .to' the. Wghest Mtuiufaetttnr*
: >' :;teeing. tuberstDere'wmtly_ '> patchy1'.31a'r ing attempted will turn out:. Record. standard of, culinary excellence, and
- :_ or so' of.:'celery stowing.. .Last' 'year. HLike dead sfa falt that temPts 'the eye to complete the Joys pf..the occasion
.:-- s q t e" the:;'crop: growiL aloes.! -.this avenue Bat taro to ube> om the. lip*." The Hearst, campaign in'. New York Governor Bf ward and Hon.. John

', :y' "r .i old.:tfras,00pnd{ this";Was,.only, a .- ,> ; is becoming more ,spectacular .and Beard,yere 'both..on' h 'to instruct

i. pa ;1oC'!itha 0.wtputVof,, '. hlJi product'fitira'tbat 'Good gracious! 'Stop it, .somebody.Tydingg pyrotechnic as: it, drams. to a: close the multitude'on merit, and Demerits
: .con e' from the ,Bureau 'of Mr. Hearst is holding :'his )
pUeVA dth$ celery grown: up end of Ererglsilea' ,drain g And
"":: '3-i tt 8it'f" : ;'"I'J,season to .buyers Entomology fat- Washington 'jthatnew 'a well :and Is: Infine; .. t
; .te.v. i.Whs}re t prefor,'U.l Sxheceliry specie' of. bedbug' an lInch'.longWIngS have the''b1ue l-,scare;.on was a1 rlghtr-loodqd, *mJghti'.b&-

:T 1; =roy ""are-i'1UkI fortune. ;-Vot and a strong beak is on -its that: they have had since Clevelandwas thing for'the,people.at Florida. =1J'e, ,*
from Texas.-,Gainesville' Sun.. elected -
-: -\r: } $!&,Cosntyatecord." -V '" way Oak: Democrat.
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i VOU. 41, NO.. 18. OOALA, HlOBIDA, 'FRIDAY.. OCTOBER 26 1906. ONE'DOLLAR A. TE U ;', .

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if IIist Haley E.A. w; Hough J D. w; Hunter 'Thompson J M M D,w; Thomas DanIel Beck L Jr,, w; Brooks J, A, w; Carter W, w; Lewis- ohn T, w; Martin WWi E, A C. w; West Jno H, w; Wartmann TH -
of Qualified .H R, w; Holloman R Q wj Hough I IIno. P, c;' Thomas Robt J, c: Thrilling ,: R bt, cf Carter S W w; Chisblm Morrison Mur! ck., w; Mathews A. w; Watson F L, w: '' ; -. -

w. '. Sol W;' Troxler 1' W wr Thagard Ambrose cr Carter Jesse L, w: Col- Gas w: Morrison M H. w; Martin Jno Precinct No. 17 Anthony; -

ilectors Ingram Peter w; Isom Oliver c.; p, w; Thomas John, c; Toph Her 0 W, w; Coy Tillman c; Dean S, wr; Morse J A, w; Martin E L, w; Andrews Chas, w: Baikin.-A' tr;
11 of Marion .[z1arAIw. Abner B, w; Thomas J W, w; Thos P.. w; DeHon Wm W? Frey- Mock J M. w; Morrison W J,. w; Martin Easkin J a w; Baskin I wvBish----

: Jackson Louis.C, cj James A M, w;, 'Tipton J J, w; Tyler Geo L, w;. muth B I, w; uranam Jno c; Hud- H E. w; Mills A L, w; Mock H B, op F.W, w; Boyd J LnBown G Jl.
Jeffords W C, w; Jewett W L, w; 'Tompkins J A, wf Tucker Wm. w; jens J L B, w; Hudgens Joe M. w; w; Marsh L D. .wj Martin S_ J. w; w; Baskln. R A, w: Bassett J* D.; w; -
i County Jewel Chas J, w;. Johnson A C, wj 'Turner Frank, w;' Terrell J E. w; Hawkins, L, c; Holmes C. w; Jefferson -MeClain Those w; Pillans J C" w; Brogan Wjn E, w; Connell, J R,.. w; -
Johnson Peter wj Johnson Lames Taylor C E, w; Tucked W H, w; Frank cr Johnson Elwood w; Plllans L H. wr Perry Isaac w; 'Rogers Clinch. Spencer. c; Clinch.,Samuel c;

: wj Johnson Isaac G. w; Jones C C, Thomas Chas E, w; Tiller J N, w; Kelsey Wm H, c; Morgan Alex, 'c; 0 H. w; Sellers Ge w; Jones Thos c: Johnson Phillip c; Tills J J. w; Tison J MK Taylor Jno Mills G W w: Miller J J, w; :MentionA A.. wr Slebelton D F, w; Stanaland H J D w; Davis. Daniel. c;. DucketC J --.
;3 Florida : |i ; Johnson Abraham c: effords Edmond. H, w:' Taylor Wm D. w; Thomas Jacob J, c; Mills Elbert, w; Miller C Y, w; Smith ,S A, Stanaland los w: H. c; 'D nlets. S B w; Da"vls. G H ;
: w; Jones H C, wj Johnson T H, w; w; Taylor C E, w; Troxler O R, w;" Mills R D. w: Miller Chas' B. w: Sellers David w; Snell Oliver s, w; w; Ellison.-P W. w; Forbes. W T.iw; .

: Johnson T B. wj Jones J T, w;' JuneS w.Usher Mack Prince. c; Newbern: W B, w; Tillis J N w; Tillis W M, w; Thus Forbes F, w; Forbes,H D, WT Green -
l : N, wj Jones R D, w: Johnson S R E T, w. DNeai Ceo, c; Parker Ephhram. w; Q W w; White A J, w; Waters 0 W, Noah c; Graham. Jas G w; QatesJa.s.
. f't Precinct, No. 1-Ocalu w; Jackson L W. wr Jewett Stephen.w Vaughn E L, w;, Vereen J P. c; Parker.Jno F,, wr Parker Joe B, w; wj Wilson las w; Waters 0 A, W w; Griner,' J B, w; Griffin,. X.B,, -
Adams: Thos c; Alexander tevl_ C i ; Johns Q R, w; Johnson A J, c; Vogt J P, w. Richardson. Sam 'c; Robinson Wil- Precinct No. 11, Grahamvill. w i Griffin. W.W. w; Green. WilUanv.
- -' A1 A A _4er..J.. <1 nv, '.c'.Anc1erson. ." -.'C., Jackson.Jno,:c; J. A,- wj,'Jones Evan- Walters Geo B. w: Washington liam, 'e; Robinson Ferd. c; Ray Walter Abshire Wm F, w; .Crowell Josiah c; c; riffin Dt W w; Harvey. J H, w;
AndersonMVm'wjiAnderson fl/L,'wj gus'cr Jacobs, J R, c.Rrayblll Qeo B, c; Weihe G B, w; WeathersB w: Sistrunk T J, w; Smith J L, Cordrey E O, w; Counts W A. w; Cox, Howell "W W w; Howard, '%Vm. w; .
r AndersonH: 1..' w; Agnew Homer R. E W, w; Kline Jacob, w; A, w; WIngo Jos c; Williams Jno w:; Smith J Rust c: Snowden H E. W R. w; Cameron Jno A. w; Chalker Hill C R. t; Hamilton, W H. w;' Hird
wi; Aldrich Jas. C, w; Agent Butler. Knight L J, w; Knight W A wj 0, c; Williams T, w; Williams J w l: Veal C R. w; Weathers Jno S, S U w; Durlsoe P L w; Dudlay Jno D C, c; Haggard, E: L Wi 'HIllma '. :
:t c: Adams Alex c; Arnold Andrew c; Kirkland C N. w; Kea J W, w; Kunzle D. w; Williams David S. w;, Williams w n Williams Theophilis wr Weadlaw M.' w; Dees Wm w; Fort: R C. w; J M, w; HowelK C B, wr Harrison; B
Arnold J. W, w; Agnew E. W, w: F W, w. F H W rf; Williams N L. w; Simon c; Wright. Jno, c; Williams E Fort N A. w: Fore W H Wf. Fort R S, w; Huto E P w; Isom.Geo, ci
; Allen A. H, 'w; Ayer Alfred. w; Atkinson Uttmore 0 W, c; Layrence Chas Williams 0 F. w; Walters Thos, w; E. wr'Williams R, A, w. E. w; Gore J E, w; Griggs J P, w; Isom. Prince c; Irby J BwtIrrine.: .
J. H. C, w; Akin J. W,.w; Anderson w; Lancaster D, w; Lancaster J Wilson Geo W*. c; Wilson Henry w; Princt No. 5-Romeo. Gore Jno. w; Gibson C T, wr Gore J I IEc; Irby E H, w; JoneTPw. ;

: D. S. w. T. wj Leavengood P-V, wj Lee J, w: Winer W K, w; \Vnaley J R, Whaley; : Butler J H, w; Dean :M J 'W, w; K, w; Graham L M yr; Gibson Allen, Jones. Hulmer, w; Jennings. Jnd,..c;'
BallC... E. ,w;. Bailey Jno., E, wj LIpscomb Phillip C;* Liddon C A, w; Sid, w; Whaley J E, w; Whaley Z R, Dean C K, w:' Dean C L, w; Folks wj Gore J B w; Grlggs I*,B w; ools- Keener G .R. w; Leitner. Tnos J, w;
: Ballerd L, F, ,wr Ballard Lawrence. Little M M, w: Leavengood A J, w: w; Whitesides P \w; w; Whitesides' C W J. w; Hutchings J T w; Marcum bq G E w; Goolsby Preston w; Good Leitner.. B H. w; Lamb, S B w; Lirid-.
: W: "Barbler E.: J. w: BozilUa Taaffa- Livingston H sr. w: Livingston C M, M, w; Whight Ed. c; Washington AoJ..'wj "Marcum W L, w; Morgan F win W A'. w; Grantham F U w; Hally ner, Chas W, w; Lamb T A, w; -Lett .
: 4 letti Benjamin J.,H, wj Beck J. S, w: Livingston J'H Jr wj Loveridge R Geo c; Wind Watson c; Washington T, w; Marcum W H, w; McGebee J Robert w; Hull B I. w; Holly Frank- nero J E w; Lamb R G. wr'Ljiffinian- -

4 w; Bittinger C. L, wj 'Biggs T. E. C.w; Long Stephen B. w; LuffmanJ Gen, c; "Woodruff Wash. s. B,:wr McDaniel T L w; MeGehee Jas lyn S, w.. Holly Granville, w; Holly B Chas. WI; Lovelt las w; Luftman, Geov :1

: w; BitUng S. L, wj Glerman Jno J. J, wj Luffman W H, w; Luke GreenW Wilkinson Bradley, c; Williams Jacob -McClarey .R L, c: Nettles H B. w; F. w: Hogan Wm, W; Holly W C, w w; Morgan, Simmons; Meadows, N -
wj Booher L.. O. w: Boney. D. M, w: c: Lumpkins Wm' M. c: LummusS cf Wood Wm R', JI; Wood WmE Nobles Wesley J C, w; Nettles J M, Hicks J A. w; Heneman A H. w; Ho. W; w; M'eadows..1t A w;'!.f1.l1lpn.'t
Bogle M. W: Bonlware MUsco W, w: M. wj Lyle Rafe. c; Lever Edward w; Wallace T H. wj; Waterman H w; Peterson Timothy w; Pedrick Jas gan C H. w; Holly D F w; Henderson B. McDowell.. W M, -v.: ,,l' al. Jlobt. -
z Bulock W. S. wj Bullock S. A, wj c; Lloyd William c; Leslie Jno W. A, w; Winer A A w;' Watson M D. F,,w; Richards C F, w; Rollins A, cjStrickland W T. w; Holly R L. w: Holly Alex,. w; w;. Priest Columbus C. w; Pasteur,
Bullosk R. B. w; Burnett Jerry wj w:, Little wj Landers M C, w;; w; Weaver J, w; Whetstone H H, R M. w'; Starling J L, w; Hickman B I* w; Hale Jno C, w- Geo. w; :Priest, W A. w; Priest.OX .-: .
4 BuettAEwBurordR.w: : Leavengood Harry E, w: Lloyd Jno w:; Whltworth H H. ,w; Wiggins I Tilley C, c: Turner J, J, wj WigginsJ Holly J W, w. Plummer. N B w; Priest. 't. e. L.'Vr; -
P vJfZr1 Bull W. C,' w.; Blake. R. G. w{ Bri- E. w: Lapham H H. w; Luffman J F, N, w; Weathers B S. w; White J R, A, w; Wiggins J D, w.. Johnson E J, wJackson. H, w; Pifer. A w; Priest J N W RasseH.R'RJr. -
_: gance R. E. w': Brown J. H. w: W: Lohrlg W Jfc w; Lindsay W C. wj w; WIIzonPTwWIlaonAJw1 precinct No. 6-Camp Izard. Johnsan E O, w. w; Smith, W T wr Shealy B
Brown Abe. w: Brown Jake w; Lesuer Fred A, w; Lester P R. w: Walters Harry, w; Walters H W, ,w. ; Archie: Solon c; Ar hle Geo sr. c; Kelly F 0, w. '. A. w: Smith; D A. w; Stewart Geov art
Brown F. M, w;' 'Brumby L. J. w\\s| 'Lyles' J W w; Luffman J M. ; Luff Weatherbee E w; Williams H C, Aikihs L L, w; Adams' K H, w; Long Alonzo. w; Llsk BenJ Ftc wjLIsk Souter, C D, w; Smith, Ai e;' Sims; E

Blunt Anthony w(Butters C. W w; man J A' w: Laberth Andrew c: w; Warren J A jr.' w; Weihe F E, w; Adams J W, w: Archie Mose. c; P F. w; Long R F w. Ci wj Smith, W G. w; Slier Jno ,w; .. -
Blunt Anthony c; Bluett J. B. wj Lang Lewis E. w: Lang Fielder w; Williamson Jno F, w; Wilkinson Bye' Alkins C M, w; Adams W J, w; Aua- Moorman W P, w; Bason Menry. w;: Swain. R A. wt Sesler alfln. c;, Tajl-,:, --
; Blackiston J. R w; Beckham F. B. Leitner Dozier w: Long R M. wj cWUsonWP.cWinerAA' w; ley W V w: Brooks A H, 'w: Brassell Mills E I* w; Mason C E. w; MoormanC ton, J H, w. Turner. C H, w; White -
A w; Baker Fred. c: Brawn Dave. w; Lucius W M. w; Ia Roach J S, 'cj Williams Samuel c;' Weaver E, w. C T, w; Brass A McC, w; Brass\Jno. P. w.Perkins. Paul. c; Wilkins, R H. w; White,' Gebt -

Bryan T. D. W: Biggs J, R, wj: Barco Liddon Mallory. w: Lloyd C H, w; Yonge R E, w;. Yohgue W J, w. w Bock Valentine w; Broks J E. w: J W, w; Perkins I W, w: w; W1thersp on. Wm. N e; Wilson, :a
m* Jt M, w: Bird Henry W: Brooks J. ''LeackJSw.. Prcclnt No. Reddick.. Dorr-G N, w; Elston Zibie, w; Gulls Perkins E E. w; Peebles R. w. :Wm, c; White;William c:- Wright.'L
B. w: Bell Jos. H, w: Brown E.' F, Marshall Robt, w;. Marshall Fred. Anthony Andrew, c; Anthony Y' L, Tildon w; Gilbert T C, 'w; Jesterr T Randall T TV, w; Reynolds H S, w; B. w; Webb W H,' w;. Williams R W .
t w:; Bleach W..F. w: Bishop J. W, w: c; Martin Cyrus c: Martin J M sr, w; Belton las c:' Belt! Wm.. c; Brown B, w; Jordan E W W wj Jordan W L. Roberts W D, w; Randal J H. w; H w. '*- .'. L
r .Boozer. J. C'w- ; Bridges. E; wj Brigance wI| Martin'J R, w; Martin G W, w; Oliver c; BiUrngsly J H, w; Boyd R Johnson J I, w; Morrison R 'jr. w; Randall P T. w; Roberts W B, w; "- Precinct No. %- Martin .- ; ,; .
'A J, w;. Beck A J, 'w:' Bridges Matherson T. wj Massey W O. w; A, w; Bracewell. Jas: w; Babbitt .J Monroe Jno M. w: Monroe T F, w: Reynolds J A. w; Rogers J R, w. Allen, Solomon ;c; Abercham Hecr
A W. w: Boon L B. 'wj Benjamin Maughs 0 T, w: Markland Wesley 0. 0, w; Bugg Wmc; ; Bishop TV H, w; Morrison, L w: Petteway B W, w: SeweR J W. w; Sewell A P. w; tort c; Atkinson E Rt wi Atkinson, -
Herman w;'Brown.J.E.: w: .Bordan B w: Meadows H H. wj Miller D A, wj Bell James. c; Brown Jas .c; Boyd A Petteway F T, w; Ross Abram. w; Stevens J N. w; Stevens I P. w; Stan- Jno W, w; Brown, Stephen. c; Brown. -
. __,4y F,, w; Bitting H P, W: Bishop T. wjButch. Miller Glover W. wj Milton Henry w; F, w; Canr..C,M, w; Colden,Thadrlck.c Robinson T W. w: Ross J T, W:; land. C. ,wTucker Alick. c;. Boler Geo c; Baiter H B E-
..G j.wj Brown C'H w; Bailey Mock W R, w; Morton Phillip c; ; Cheesborouro Edward 'c; Cromar- Ross H A. w; Redding Lenard. w; J L w; Tuton W X w. W. Blair..Jas F, w; ,chapel. 'Cha.4. c;. -
Peyton .w; Brooklyn E T, wj Bon. Morgan SO. w: Moore C L. w: U, W D. wf Cambell J A, w; Cramar. Rayburn E V, w; Rucker J G, wjRlsher Wellhonpr F Q. w: Wilson L W.'w? Coleman Wm c; Cr tt. Wm -w;'Cox, -
1 ner J,H,' c: Blunt B :W., wj Bryant W Moorehead Wm A, w: Monroe T T, lie H 0, w; Duncan' Abe ;'.Gouglass .I>,F, wj Roberts F D. wr Ross West W C. w; Williams E M, w; Alonzo, c; Curry;; J'(} c-Davis Cuplt. :

E, w: Blalock F, w: Brown D H, w; Mitchell Jerry, c:' Means Thos, c; Peter, c; Denham'G: W L, w; Duncan ER.; w; Sparkman T D. w: Spark- Williams.'0 L w. C;- Easterllng, Boyee Lee,'-wFotd.,
w.; Brown D H w; Brown Israel wj Martin -H C. W: Murrell Dorris. e; Samuel c; DeVielJ B, wFlfe R M, w; man L F, w; Smith L'A. w; *uomasJas. Precinct No. 12, Salt Springs Ceasor- cj Gillerson Jno..-j;?' Graves,
Cappleman J B,-w; Carlisle J B, w: Morgan Jas c; ,Michael Carolina c; Finley Mack, c; Finley Maok jn cFaserJ.W ;- A, wj Turner Ceo .0, wj Thompson XJolgrove Silas w; Colgroye T Ft>wj D S, WF ,Gladney Edward 5:..w; Haynes <

Carmichael G .A, 'w; Carmichael C Moore John T, .w;: Midgett Harry, c; .:w; prafcam Robt1.w. ; "M W w;' Vanhoesen 0 T wr Falany J F, w; Knibb Ernest A. w; Lazarus, c; Hardee, C. H, w;
;_ w; Carroll Robt R, .w: Cohen J T Moorehead J R. w'Mathews; Chas H., Genreal Jna W, c: Green Lender, wr Williams Edward wj Whitton C M, Long Rubin, w; Long Dillon wi Long Hpwell,. }:Robt e; James, Albert,, c; .
w; Condon ,W D. w; .Condon W W, wj Miller L P. w;; Mathews 'Oeo G, Heck.Elbert. c: riuil H G. w; Hull w; WilliaM W F. w. Calvin. w; McRae N W w. Ralner W, Jackson, David c; James. ,June Q;
iA wj Connor Robt 0. wj Cox Goo w; w; Miller Chas V, w; Martinet V L B P. w; Harris Chas. c; Johnson R Precinct No T-Shady Gro e. w; Smiley T B. wj Williamson W 'P, Knoblock, U':N', w'; .Knoblock.'Wm, w;

Clayton T C, :wj, Crook Ernest wj w; Miller Lee, w; Martin Sam H, w; N, w*' Jackson' P C, e:' ,Jenkins Clifford ,Asia Dorans, ,c; Mien W. c: ,Ad- W. Kinsley Jno. c; kinsler Daniel. c; '
Creech Toner c; lOOk W M. c: Car Mathews R D. wj Marean W H M D. c; Jackson Peter cr Johnson dison Lewis, c; Asia Flanders c; ,Precinct, No. 13, Ft.. McCoy Knoblock, J H..i: Kinsler.. -'Wesley, e:; -

lisle Wm, c; Cam W D, w; ,Corey w; Marshall J E. w; Mack L E. w; Castle c; Johnson G M, w; Light':.L Barnes T J. w: Buereguard Wm c; Albritton, .'B. w; Albfitton 'J A, wt blOck.- Jas J, w; KDobl k.' V E. '
i Jno C, wr Cooner R w; Coy.Jesse, c; Marshall W 0, w; Mtrtln W W. w: S. w: Lushlngton' Frank c: Lon&G Burley Allen c; Buhl Carl w: Buhl Baldwin Barney: c; Baldwin J' C crBumby wi Knoblock.- it; wj Knoblock. ,WA :i
; Clarkson H B, .w'; Cleteiaad. Geo W, Martin E H, wj Myers David w: M, w; Morrison John, c: Mayo W G, Geo -w: Buhl Fred G, w;.. Brown H P, Joseph, wj Souring I W. w* w i-' Kane., Frank c; .Lewlv.K4 C*
: W. .W Chace las C Mordis Ollle Mention Fred w; McGehee S M. w; McLain Z A. Livingston W B, Wi Livingston.. Pa- :
-w; Clyatt : ( w; w; w; c; w: Bellamy R B c; Coon Namon. c; Bouring J M. Jr. wj Cason W H. w;
'- ,Chandler H, W, c; Chazal Louis R. Mitchell Ed H. c: Moore T M, w: w; McClarren L C.' w; McAllister J Counts Geo. c;. Counts Wm. c; Cunningham Fast Wm, w; Grantham Marion,; w; ton B, wi Lever, Wm, e:! Maynard. -
wr; Chamblias.Z C,-wr Chitty Jno, w; Martin L E. 'w. S, w; Parker Isaac, c; Pulliam W- F. _Frank c;, Cunningham, Gunter A TwRlit: '0 E wt Hall JnQWwTH6gan Gilbert c; Mazon. Jno c; M.eriJ;
Crawford ,Jno 'F, .w; Croswelp"eQl'1j'w MeAt er W B, wr McAteerJ S, w. wr Patterson.M E, c; Rou .M w: Carmon: Wmfc; Counts J H J,' w; 'R-A; w; Hogan 'J.Jr, M* w; }Jlaynor Coflee. c; McQuaig. .Ii"" -
I Crowell Edmond. cClose .Geo, McClymonds. J H w McConathy RouGDwRoudDwRouSF Alex l'h McQuaig T J wj'Price; JaCW
; : ; Crookey Frer,, c;' Craft Robt ci Da w; Hall LJw; Hogan R. w; Hall ; kEAddm
; w; Conies, Jna F, w; Christian M 0 Richard. W: McCraney A A. Wi; McCormick Jr w;' .Ross Jas. W.. >wj ClaraBaxter_ : Caldwell F'' Wm. c; McDavld H 0, w; w; Robinson J M M, w; Rutledge A Douglass Jas M. w; Finley Wnv c: 1 'Bi Kinlaw A W. w; Martin c; Stevenson, las c;' Stewmao

? 'w; ConYerse 13 E,. w: Campbell J Mclyer D E w;' MacKay Ceo w: Mc- R; c: Rutten Green c; Robinson J Felder H, QJ Finley Jim cj Fears Mat. C. w Marsh ,A P..! w; Monroe' Robt.w T F w; Sams Samuel, e; ,Shocklyr
'A. V; ,Cbalker P,-w; Chambers W Cant Rlleford, Ci; 'M Ateer W F, wi; D, e; Rutland Frank, c; Shetton Geo.c Glymp Walter, c; Gibson Wade c; Martin; CT A, w; Monroe A P. w? M, w; Sn ningt Will.W. WW 7bomp ,
J.'w' : Ctriton 'R'A, w; Carroll., DJt McDonald B W, w; McKeen Geo 'R, ; Stucker Wm, cr Sherouse W,H,'wr Grady Andedson c: Glymp Jas p. c; Marsh; L B w; Martin W L w; Mad Frank c; Townsend P *!. w; Taw -
-, w:! Crom 0 C wi Clark B .H, w; wr McConn W H. 11'; McKinney J Sherouse L M; wj Stewman W S: w; Goben J M Haw send 1J., w; Thompson, BurreU, e;
Cohen w McQualg
Jno w; ; ? den J M. w; Madden M F. w; :
;- Chambers ,H S. w: Crocby J W. w; H. 'w; McDonald E W, w: McAteer Sanders Emanuel c; Small Peter. c: kins Harris las Horn Leslie Townsend.,.'E P w; Ward. T B,, c; Z -
Ellis c; cr M U w McDonald A N. w; McQuaig
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Clark ,W H. Jr, w: Cooner C H.. wj H S. w: McCants Monroe c; McCormick .: Small J, c; Shealeyy J N, w; Spain 1.. wr Jackson Geo. d Johnson H. w; Priest L F w; Perry L D, wi Woodard, Richard cWUey Jos' U --
4 Conway T E. W: Clark T S. w; CoIRo"l W 1.. c. Joe. Turner Abe, c: Weathers Sam. cW1IsonTboaLw:. -, .
Jacobbs Jesse. Johnson .
Austin c; PriestW S. w
c; Perry TJ.. Jr. w;: ; .
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E, w: Cobb A. C, w: Carroll C Nelson Ephram c: Nelson Jno. ,w; I cr Weathers Wm. c;. Weathers Thomas ohns Johns'Wm R --
Geo w
Wm. c; : Priest J Kw Priest Raleigh w;
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w R Culverhouse c; White IsraeJ, c; Wilson B P : AUsopp. W S 8, w:; Atlsopp, R Oi'wAdtmsJ *
Cit B. w ,
1 ; Campbell ; Nelson cj.Newsom W V M D ,
Wm. Johnson Robt Shaw
w; Jones Wm w:. c; Rawls S C. w; Steven fJ :W w; ,
B J w Clark W H. sr w; Clark A w; Williams Wm .sr.. cfr Williams E w; Allen. BOb w; jBlacli. -
; w; Needham Thos, w;. Nugent P H, Leek Geo T w; Louis Solomon E. c; J D ,w Shaw Roderick w Sellars -
T Colbert W L. w .Chrtstion S Wade. c; ....uama, Nelson. c; Wil- ;; W G wi a.rd.V 4 w; ggImsWB,
S. w: ; w Nelson E K Nellson. Wm E. '
: wj Lemon Miles c; :Mitchell Adam. cr Isham. c; Taylor S G. w; Turner Q .
H. w Cody Ben C:' Clark W L w: Nelson C L Nolen Morris son J W w: Williams J E, .c; WH- w; Clark Peter c;; Cameron.4 Al1n
; w w w Daniel c
:. ; ; Hams Albert Mitchell Pompey c; Mosby ; D, w; Thomas J E w; Tuton W E. wj W w; Dawklna Jno, 41a.ne..'WlIaH.wErvIne.BB.wGuthren.1VA.u
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Camlnlsfc Louis! c. Norris B.H'w. ; Nash G A, w; Nelson ,. ,. Mosby Willie c; Mitchell Theodorec Taylor A L w; Waldron'MB. wrWaidroa .
T Davis D W w Davis Geo W. w; precinct! No. .__ ""r -
: R J.
.- c. Flemington, ; Morrison Jno, 1'1McNiel R B, w; J B, 'wr )vaiaon J w, w.Precinct CS 'w; Hostetter Joseph
w Gates. ,
- Davis E W, W: Davia J. D. c: Dame Owen; ; t T J, wj Ogle I vi. w; Otten- Adams Jao. w; Allen Jerry, c: Anderson Perry Simon,-'c; Pyles S R. w; Per 'No. 14, Orange Springs w; Hyde, James, w; Haskell F E w;
- C H w: Dean J H. w; Delouest A E, sosser B L. w; Osteen David,H w. Alexander, c; Anderson. Geo. kina.1 C, ,w: Puff Cabin 'c: Reggens Brinson W H:.-W: Call Ed w; Call Hall D I, c; Jones;, 8 D c; Jackson

- Wi; Deck Abraham c; Dozier John Parr E L. w; Parr L J, w; Pasteur c; Anderson A M. w; Anderson W H. Daniel. cr Redding Sam w; Redding Mr c; Farmer L D.. w; Gardner Wade, Robt F Johnson, W Jr w; Kelsey,
- w; Dozier L. w; Dosh M C, w:. Due- Geo C. w; Parish Robt. c: Pearson w; Brunson James J N, w; BrittO p. Ruben:lwj Stewart Madison c; Taylor c; Hart Edward c; Hall P E w;; Harper R A wj Kelsey, V P w; KeI5ey Wm

tL-, bell Henry A, wj: Duffy Jas/w; Ditto G, c: Peyser Chas .Wi Pittman J A. w: Blck I S. w: Crowell Wm c; Chit- S, c; Ulmer .aam, c; JJlmer Noah F B w; Harris .Gus c; Hall J B, T. w; Kelsey James, w: Lytle, F U,
i. F Wi w; Dorsey E C, wj: Davis Lewis. wj Pinner I, c; Powers Fred," ci; ty W J, w; Collier Albert. c: Chris- c: Ulmer Wesley, c: Ulmer' Steve c: w; Harper W M. w; Joyner Robert wi w; Lytle, Frank: w; Lytle. E J, w;
'c'; Davis P Ct wj: Dunn"W C. w: Dod. Pooser Jas A, wj Phillips Adam e; topher Phillippe, cChiless; L J.' w: Vogt Win c; Virden Isaac c; Williams -Kingsley Chas,. w; Klngsler 'Jas. w*. Lehmann. Sebstlne, w; :Mitchell Jas .

*-- son M F. w; Duffin' D 0, w: Daniel Phillips Chas J, w; Parker J L, wj Davis Anderson c; Drummer H, c; Chas c; Wise Caleb. c; Wise Kinngsley Geo W wj Kingsley W E W{ Morrison, H C, w; Murphy Wliey

jw H-A. w; Durst W S. wj DItt..WLw Dukes; Parker C G, w; Peoples Sun, c; Pad. Deloch Isaac c; Dupuis M D. wr .Jno, cj. Waif Billiard cj Wilson WIn, w; Murray Sandy c; Matchett L T, e;. Olsen, Peter w; Ogden, Geo, c;
-: Dodd 14 C. wj Duval L W w; John gett Jno E, w; Potter J M. w; Pas- Drummer Adam c; Drummer J D. c: c.. w;, Matchett Wells wi Meggs Jas. w; Reed Wf W W: Rusco, B t* TT Rawla, ;
J 'W, w: Duncan E B, w; fleas tenur Jno, w; Potter B J, w; Pasteur Drummer Joy c; Dantzler ,Josh W Precinct No. Summerfield.. McDonald Sheldy,. c. McBride Andrew, Isaac N. w;' Smoak '1'B.: w;'Euurka :-

)I. c: Dean Homer H, w. Thos E w; Powers W H M D. w; Ellis Hanson, c; Evans Wash/ c; Billups R 0, wr Brown J W, c; w; Pegram; W H w;; Robertson Jno, Geo. c; Squire Lorn S, w; Enow. GtdEo -

Edwards Jno, c. ; Edwards W J, w; Peyser N w: Pittman E P, wj Peterson Evans Sam. c; Evans A H, c; Ellison Blllups IS, w;, Branch J E, w; c; Turner D G, w;. Wells Geo. w; Sigmon, J F Wi Simpson: Geo. w; 3 .
Edwards J L, w; Edwards, Wm P. wjKdards M. w; Precht H J. w: Packham M P, w; Ellison R E T. w; Ellis :Branch L B, w: Blackwell Eddie c; Wells I P. w;; Waldron J C. Jr. w;; SwthWLwStokeeWIw

; John T, _c: Eichelberger Harry C, wj Pinder Geo w: Pette--Mance. c; Evans A T; c; Edwards J Blackman A M, w; Blackman J N. Waldron D M, w; Wells T N. Jr. w; Upham E S, Wi Wa4er, Ju. e." W'l! :
I :Amos wr Eichelberger A L, w: Ellis way G A, w: Passelle D. w; Parker N, w; Floyd: Nelson c; Floyd Mar iw; Counts Hampton, c; Counts.. Belt Wells Albert. wt Wells A D, wj WellsT hams Nelson, c; Wynne/: Alex :w. -
Richard; Evans Oliver w: English Willie e; Ponder Wm M. cj PresleyW tin. c; Floyd LouiS c: Floyd Wilson :ton' c; Carter A T, c: Dillard S J, w; N.' Sr. w; Wells Isaac w. Waterman.. C F w; WatetWCiw.Precinct .

Rubin w: Engesser J 8. w; Eeagle- P. c; Pedricjc) Walter w. J. c; Floyd Wilson. c; Fant D F. w; Dodson W J.' w; Dunlap Fred" c; Precinct No., 15, Linadale No. 20, BlitchtonArmstrong. : -

tonllGW, Rackard Aaron C, cr Rackard Bock. Gunnells D C, w: Gray C H. :w; Garrison I I Dillard ,Frank W; Dillard Thos W, Drawdy G H, w; Dowell W H 'w; :M I* w; Anderson,""! A. :
Farris 0 A, w; Falana Manuel c; Jno c Harrison J K. Ham- Davis J W Davis E p. Ep-
mans c: Robinson J D, w; Roberts : w; wj wr wj Gandy W F. w; Holllnger-Dan. w: cAk1nJoe'w'Akh4LWw'At'
c; Ferguson John .G, w: Finley Foglestrom Nor Dennis c; Roler J H. w; Rowe S E ilton Chas. c; 'Hammond W A, w; Harrison ton Geo. w: Dequevely V, w; Foster Myers' N P, McCraney Duncan w; ktnson, S D, w; Blitch B R, w;-Elitch, &;
-: man. c; FtebeJ M Josiah, w;.W w Fuller w: Rush Peter c: Rheinauer C, w; W O, w;' Harris Riley c; Hop- !Robtt c; Frazier J A, w; Gadson An- McCraney Florence. w; McCraney- A.:. J X w RUUh. S.H. Wi,BHtcJi. ,W D, : -
Chas,E. wj Fort ,Ford; Hen.. Rbeinauer Ben. W: Rogers Wm C. c; kins Parker c; Howard C W. cr Harris sel, c: Glymp J D. c; Galloway B G, wv McCraney J A. wj Robinson Jno wv Blitch. Geo M, w; BUtch GuY! ,
Chas G. w
-- R. D, w;Flinn Frazer Robt E. w ; Fausett H Roof Thos- c: Roach D D. w: Robertson G 1.. c; Howar J C. c; Howard Ed Fc: Grimes W S. w; Grimes Goo W, WI; Regdom MickelU w; Rlgsler J T. w; BUtch B R. w; Bradley.'Berry c: -
'ry,- c; : Freeman LanIer w; Roberts C V, wj c: Hall J T, w; Howar Fernando. c; c: Gadson Coin c; Gordon Jas c; w, Sims. James w; Willis Merit w. Burgess J T, w; Badger, J H; w; Bart
A. wr French Chas E E.L.w w; Flinn R Robertson J D, w; Reagan W. w: Hammond G E, 'w; Harvey Perry c; G/ifflth Paul c; Hope -Bell., c; How.ar Precinct No 16, Citra nard Jack c; Barrow ChaleT,' w; ----c

;_- Henry, c Fishel: Freymuth Leon. wFrank A. 11'Ford. ; Reagan F O. w; Raysor L 11. w; Rays Jones Samuel si-, c; Jones Riehad c; Jeff,! cr Helter Wm c: Hardee Busleson !'f.B.. w;. Burleson DanIel. Beard. J W w; Brooks. H B. wf Beck. :

W w; A Fort A ,B, w;. Ford D Sor B E, w; Raysor H C. wi Ray G Jacobs Agrippa c; Jones Druey E, Jas, c;; Hampton Paul c; Hector Hiram w; Barcus David, w; Borland J B. w; Robt D, w; Cbisolm Alfred c; Chisf':---

D .H Fo, w CA.: wj Fort .D A. w: W, w: Rubin M. w; Rawls. S ,A. w; w; Jenkins S TI w; Jones Lawrence. c; Hampton Jack. 'c: Harris Hilton Burry Van, c; Eoyt W B, w;. Blakley olm, Jas. c; Curry, WE ws--sCurryf -
w: -Roddinberry J R. w; Raysor LM Jr c; Jarel B. w; Jacobs Royal c; c: Jackson Handy, cj: Jackson A e Burleson B'T w; Bunt- las F w; Coutler J W w: Cabarla j
FortCWFOrtJJWFr&ukMarcus Lawrence ; :
: Fraklyn Jack c. wj Ricjiey! W D wj Russell A S. wj Kirkland J P. cr Layer J P, c: LennettG J. c;' ohnson; Thos L, cj Mitchell A ley Miner c; Baker Geo c; Brooks L Lawrence c: Campbell. Raphal. w;

wj:Thos R w Gadson Harry, c; Raysor C R. w; Rush J L. w: Roess A, c: Lee Reese c; Mosey Daniel. D, wj Mullins J W. c,: Mayo N, w: S. w; Carswell IS T, w;' Crosby W J, Crumpton, Z A. w; Davis. .Iversrnc. ;
Gary ; ; c; Mathews J J. w; Mathews J C, w? Morris Pat : Mullen Geo E, c; Me- Davis .
IF Qates.H C, wj uatea M J. w; Robinson 0 K, w; Russ R F, cj w; Carter R T, w; Clemmons Henry Dinkins Sidney e;_ Lewis c; -
Gadson Gamble P. c; David wf Gaskins c;, Reef R Yw. Mixoa C a w:- Mathews J M, w; White W F, w; McMoody C J L w: R, w; Childress C W, w; -Bunn H G, Davis _Simon, c; Dukes \Joseph c; : _
A 0. w: Gerig J J. wj Geri Al- Savage S .S, w; Sage C K, wj Sis- Mickens. :Willis c; Mixon M .1. w; McCrocken H. Cr McWhite .B B, c; w; Douglass. R. Ct w; Daniels Frank, Days XewIvC! Davis, Nlmrod e;-DavisLDeDavtsAtl.eDarjsJien
TVm S, w; Morris Anderson, ti: Mosely GOdrey.c McKay W E wj Proctor Jas D w:
Carlos L -
trung 8 T. w Sistrunk wj J ; ,
Goten Vilmete w: Coin W A. ; ei: Douglass A J. wj Davis, A wj:
bert wj Solomon Morris c;' ylvester J W. wjSchwerin : Mosely Isaac, Mayfield. Allen Jr Parham Robt. 'w; Palmer Chaa c; W Ellis ry c; Dixon, M F, wEngllsh, Isaac -
: Primus 0. c Glusto Sante. Ells, G Wt w; Ergle N. ;
w; Coin1 ; : w; Mixon J K. w; Mathews C H. w Ricketson J F, w Smith.Sotomon. w: _
Green .L N I. wj Scott G S. w: Scott ; ; David O w Franzat Win. w* Franzat c; English Gale, c; Edwards, & w;
Glusto w
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w; Qensepp Mickens Isaac. cj Moore. Oliver; c; Snow Andrew c; Smith E W. w; '-
-- Fress. Frank A. Hampton. c; Scott Cyruscj Scheank H B, Fishback J C. w: Fiddle Erylne, RJW. w; Ellis Rubin, 0; ,Fei
0 T wj wj
'-'Wi| Green, C, Galtoway. John P Jnd W,. w; 'Smoak ,J L, w; Smith T Mickena Thos. e; Mixon D R: .w; Snow Wm. c; Smith Jas. c: Taylor J I w; George Caleb, 'c; Galloway B, guson, E. L w; Ferguso?, R Wi w; -
k -wj Groves H wj 'J H, W w: Smith G eoR. w: Smith Chas Moore D F w: Minis C S, w; Moore las, cj Taylor Alex, c- Taylor w F *Grant Jas. cj GibbS T H. c; Hob Ferguson J 1>, w; Fant ? Bf .B; 'W; -
Gasgtaa.J c
1'1; Gary Galbrath Wm W T C w;w; Giid/ich PM: W, w: Smith W.H.. w; Smith D M J W, w; Morris las cr Mickens Jesse !c: Taylor Joe: cj Waraock J C. w; kirk; J D, wj Hall Louis H w; Houston Fraser Sara c,1. Frermutb'J :(.* w: -4 _i -
-w: Graham -Jno M M.: D, w; Spencer E, w; Sparkman L c; Mathews E, w; McEwin !Warnock Dave c: Warnock J B, w; Robt Harvey Henderson Jr, c; HQ- Graham Louis c; Graham. :Sip :Ci '-.
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'w; Glttlieb N w; H. w; McDonald E A. ws Nettels. H Willis J' W Warnoek Solomon c .
Goodear-- W P, M w; Seymour B H. w; Smith Edwin \ cj ; gan Jno W, w; Harrison T H. w: Ho!.. Godwin J. w; Garrison; Peter c: -
v G ger A P.W wj Goodwin p W- C, w; Summers P S, 'c; Stevens W, wr Pasley E C, w; Pasley J E Williams Sam. c. land A H w; Hearst Richard;: Hall Gaines. Wm. .c; George: J.B..w; (ltb-

wr Cress Wm w w;: Gates .Harde-, Isaac, :wj Stone Spencer C. w: w; Prisoc A L, c: Rickard Walker. Precinct No, J-Lake Weir. Wesley, w; Hall Dayid w: Hobklrk son. Peter cj Hammond. W P, "ifi

c; Gordon C w Rates Jlenry..L-W, w: (Gllds Geo. Strunk A Y. Wi; Spann W W. cj c: Richards Zlmmeron. cr Riley Aaron I Browning Jas. w: Blair Robt, w; A'L, wi Harp F W, w} Harrison W H Horn Joseph ,H, c; -tJan! ,.Mm,, c; ;,;
; W D wj' ..Glbbs' S Mrwj; Sims Pies c,; Stewart W G, c; Sutton e: Louis c; Rafile Harry Carney1 J.L. w; Carney E L, w; w; Kunzle V F.. w; Lewis Morris. ct Horny Willie' e; Johnson. David. c; .J--
; c; Graham : Robt Stew c: Raflle Clifford e: Smoak F E. James, Richkrd, Hi; c; Johnson L 7. -
Alfred Wi' Smith c; D Lee W E. MarryJerry
,' Huber Frank C. w: Hedgeman Jno. i Dixon Jno, wj, Driggers E. wj Lewis Jas M w; Ci '
-- art Thos O Spellman P W WjSistrunk w; 'icomas GreenDurr W: Taylor ,W c: Jacobs Wm, c: Kb gc4d'e; Arthur, T TC
Harris F-EwHaley Thos H, W: wj Freeman Jas. Wt- Fort ,las w: Gran c Mitchell Noble c: Moore A 8
J cj H C w: Sexton Thos. w: T, w; Taylor T. w; Thomas. H J Hall Wm Holden J Malphurs ,J N. w Moore' J P. w : Klngcade, Chas, c; 'K{ gcade.' Chas
Harold H, W; Relvenslon tham L w: wr c: ; ;
'E Haley T. w 4 Henton w; J'L. w; Hood E Van Schneider C Yr w: Smoak W C, w; c Williams: Vaughn B F, w; Wusnes A. w; !R C': Harroll A J, w: .Henr H WJMD McCoy Thos H, c;' MtUigan J B. w; Jr. c: Kingcade...Jno, Kingcade.. ; Anderson

; Holland Henry; c.; Cocker Shuey Geo E. w: Snyder T B.. wj Toby : M D, .w: c; Wilson Wm Jr, c; Wllkerson.Wesley -I A .J.KIn E W w Laniet..J R Jr -
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SheaJey W
Shuford w :
-' HocVT W A,'wr; .Hornberger Joseph, ; bert w; McGahagin-.W E, w; Neely Ayer H M. w; Perry Jas L. w: Roberts
w: Shermerham A L. w Stokes H D,- w: A. c; Williams Jos L. d Williams I w; Louis Frank, c i J-anler, J K rw. ;
Chas w Bubbard Q M> wj.Stabbard ; M. w;Russeu,Geo. w: Stark J M. .w; Champ, c; Ramey'Stewart, w; Reddick z -
& : Strauss ,Maurice w; Stripling W W, Henry. e; i.miams Davis, c; White- LUxboug Rw. ; Mason, Wash, .jp -
Hebbs.Samuel BbwjHut- ''Stark Augustus H..w; Sellers L. wj J N.. W; Rowell WE w; Reddltt W'A.
Lucien, wj -, Staten _:J. B w Spencer B, 11'; sides T P. w; Williams Andros,' crWUliams 'I. Mo't9n.. Grant, c; Mitchell .Johc.. .c;
'8O ',W E..,11';. tUcks Henry,' c:, }Hollins-w; : ; Smith Jno J. w: Smith E J. wr w; Hbodes W M w; Simmons Luke, ") .
: 1iea4 Jno. wt Hicks. Morgan, wjHodsej.WJvW Scarborough W H. w;' Stafford L D, Flemmg/cr Walker- Charley :Smith E J, wj Sellers I* W w; c; Steel Jerry,W, c; Soughton P.eubln. MUter Tim. c: Mitchell Sol, e; JfeMahon -
w Scriven Bragg e: Sweat Edward c: Williams J R. w: Zetrouer J. C : Calvin, e: McMahon: B L, c;
; Handelsman M, Wt ; [lThow Henry. c; Westover W J. w. c; Sherouse Thos L w;, Shortridge .
:% ';Harris;:T,H.:w; -'Iaben cht A,,wj Hen w;- Stevens J Y. 11':'.Shackleford W H. w; ,Zetrouer% D' R, w. i Precinct, No.. 10-Mess Bluff. Robt.. w; gtyly- Jno.. c; Simmons T F? McBufney", K c; ifcBurney. Henrr ct --

: :- R. ",wj: Howard' It; Mt w; w:. Sammla John, w; Stucky A P,- wj Precinct No 4-:Cotton Plant \ f Brunt:Goo +*;to w; Barber T H. wj w; Sykes Jnq D. wr Simmons D Fk'w; JDwMoodyJSw: Mixon. John.
HoU OB, w'r'HaU.R'; S.w: .Hall Simpson A .P. w; Simmons Osaac, Atkinson, Moataotou wr Barco D If.w :CaldweU,.B?' w;' Chalker J B, wjCbalker Taylor; Chrictopher c;: Tyson G, ct w; llaloyr W w.; Myers. 'W 3!. 9 jJlcCredie ,-H- :

:- Frank:J. .w: ..Hllbnni J P. 'wi ,Hall .T c; Smelling Mason ,c: .Spragln, e: ; Blackman Pencil, c;' Butler Enocfccr -,J H. W;. Evans Richard c; Thomas Miller c; Townsead 'Geo M F.W..wt JMcIlvaine W T wt .
-; C, ;,, }ltnton J ,Wi :wi Harvey W J. Simpson'Jno. c:, Saute James c. I Burton Andrew B. c: Blackman. Edsall 4 M wr, Fort A_ W, .wr Fort w; Tompkins Ac w; Thornton O Ti McQueen A B, wt WqQuala,,W A. w? --
.R,P Taylor Noah c; .Taylor Robt, w; left. Brawn P'F Griggs L 'Timmons M J. w Tourner Wm E. YcGah gln. Gee, w; McDonald .N M,
.; ; ;.Hoo .- ).[11. y: Uadaock W '.: Taylor Henry c Tanner Wm 'cr Ned cr Brown S H. w: Barnett H A. w; Griggs T-B.wf Griggs H P,'w; w;- Towus 'Steve, 'wiWartmaan E w; Mcjver. Chas: w; Norther JK..w; ; -

; ;HM i; n-fK" ,";: .JIOP .'.J :'..:. Teague, P.A i:w; -TaffalettI Lingi. wj M. W: Butler, Thoa., c: Butler Henry Griggs T H,:"wj Higgina A M.-wj Hol 4. vr? Woodward*-Harry _c; Wyke ,Newklrk. '. -,,-George" t ur,; *Nlblack. : S','M.. : %;;: -
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ROVSRULY TO VAN'DlZOR., to any ,other.. soil in their ngIls, Alek W.-.w; Ingll John Ii w;;; _
IJ ----
-. f tor heavy crops, '; Electorss ones. W NirTones, J;W, w; John .-t ,"1 -. : :
'Messrs.Aug. Vo lcke &'SOns : on, W E w; Jones Zor w; Johnson,
? Makes Out. .'Strong' Caw ijt favor of J Pt w; Jennings, Le1W'Knight 'I j

the Productlvenes. of%-*> -Reclaimed?: ?' t ricultural o the high chemists percentage of London'of FROM-.r PAGE_ 13) :.- H, w; Klbler;A_ B, Ff Knlght, H W, c6Id :f

w; 'Kibler, It M 'w; Keen Gadock, w: Storage
Land. i and nitrogencous. matter and Ohnmacht, J M, w; Knight W N. w; Koon W H, w; Kib-
t ter;of .the'new"'Jands.' c; Mclver1. J A, w: l et, p'B,'wr'Leltner C G, wr.Lindsay IB

"PfpTcderthedlrectar of McMahon Ceo c; .E, w; Lafferty, C Wr w; Leltner, J .
:. Tallahassee. F1&. OcL 14, 1906.. Peat Experiment Station, OUff. B P.'w' ; Pink- U.V; Lanier M":Rw: ; 'Lee R S wr ,4oc' Meatscure : '

: Editor.5.>TajBBa-Tiraea:: submits a careful analysis of the ; .. cj Phillips Lee. W W..w; Uefackc. Miller, : '. ". .-.. -
Mr att iUonbaa .been palled to.,a Dr/ Tackle says: 'In' respect to Jeff c; Pool, F P;; DanV cj Madison.IT a'c?'%; T'H '

letter, from lljj-.W, I* VanDiizor, *da(-i tents-of potash, phosphoric acid ;, PedricxG w w? w; Moore WJUis t% Moore,,:l p, w; l .E 1

: e4 8epU.2.5.: -.1J06- published!! ?.ln a recent lime the :samples of 'soil from B S. w; Metcalf. W. w; Mills 'W*'H, w; Martin .We beg to annuounce to..,the.
; issue of piper. Xa:Mr.- VanDdtor Rogers, IT R c; ;E R"w; Mottr-HTT ,MU1s T 0. : -
vyour ida familiar those
.; i are quite to L
T R. c; Rob w; Moorer. Fred w; Madison, M E,. c;; ,
'- :mentions 'myself;"among. .otherspeTsok7 northwestern. Germany. I cRawl public' that we are -icady. to
KIre *, Mixon. W J.. w: Mapes, Johnson, w;;
; ,\'| (request: ufPrsU ge of with heather It is fostinguished. Columbus D 'w; Moye. S G; w; 'Mills,' J'T,*w; Moon. '- ,"

; 4rpIythg: to Mr.. Van pu r.to correctiaome ever with :a much higher Geo, c; Rog. O' BannoA W C, wi Ogle J T. w: Mts.WeGUAIiA H

of lit statements.He nitrogen and by a much more : Geo m, w;; Ohnmacht George w; Ogle, D J, Jr :

:aayi;'."The present State'Chemist d' 6lUon. Very likely Ellas c; Ship. w; Oliver F 'MT w;' Perry,. X H. w; SATISFACTION andOCAL0 .

; R.' E. Rose, who spent 60,000 on' rtogen is contained in a form ; C C. w; Sanders, Payne T R, w; Patterson, J M. 'w; TEE .
his' muck farm and made a complete available to plant growth than ; Felish c; Stanley, Power. A M, w;, Peters,, Harry w;. -
?' ; W w; Smith, Ellas. Payne. S S, Parham. J G. w Ray,
Th facts' I In. w; ; solicit patronage.- .JI
: ,fallure., are. .sold my northwestern Germany peat ( your
: A. w Smith Win, E Roberts T D Roberts.
Cloud Piss ; L w; w;
ttrestrto.St.; to Hamilton' Undoubtedly' the soil as ; c; Simmons. Virgil Allen w; Rutledge'N,.:w; Roberts 11 ,
: ton in 1888 at satisfactory prices immediately by the samples will become very Thomas, Isaac c J'F. :
; ; w; Rush C W. w: Robertson w
I; after the organization! of ductive., Wlmberly Alex. c; Roberts James, w; Rhodes; J' G, 'w I ICE a :

the.POfld4tUgr Manufacturing' ,Co.. "Mr. Claus Spreckles, probably Williams' MIlo. c;;; Sanders R H, w; Stevenson Dan. 'c ,

with a.' capital of one million dollars p greatest authority on sugar ; WilsonH. I* 'C;;; Strange. T N w; Smith E F",w; Sanders -

bae4,entirely on'the results and con tion in the world pays a high B R w; Starling-A R.'w;' Stall FUEL CO.

ditlonrof St Cloud plantation 'while pliment t to .the richness and 21, B ll.vew berg. Harry w; Statlber ,\ I Z, 'w;

un4ezny 'ownership 'and manage of Jno H, w; Sctrlett, J P) w: Spivey E U w; Savage '
'lands for the production
menti:which had.at that time showed puck c; Brown W. c ;; M D. w; SIkes, C J. w:" Turner, :
; _
gar: S L c Bar- A F 1. w'Thomas.. F
., < ; Jr w; Titcomb
an, annual dividend of. 40 per cent "Philadelphia Penn. March 2, A. c; Barber C M, w; TTotter.. J U w; Thompson .

___ os the flOO.000'capital stock employ ,,U 'To Mr. Hamilton.Disston: Dear ; R Barrett, J S, J X A B
Wj; C w; Tooky, w; Taylor, J. Insbn Willis, c; Roe W R. w; Robin LAMAR ON HEARST.
ed. ID-,1889J, : sold the, remainder of r I-in answer to yours of, the ; Crowell, Jas, 'c;; w; Turner E M, w; Turnlpse, M D. son Rias c; Secklnger H L, w;

; JnJ'farm at,:fau Cloud less than''ODe instant, in whlca you ask my ; Dickinson. P. c;;; w; Thompson T W. w: Truby, J .H Staggers Peter c; Sherman Jno. c; Florida
hundred .&e e8,' for $22,000 cash B ion'regarding Florida as a s sugar Wm. c; Free w; Thaigot. H w; Tyner, "J A. w; Seckinger'V M. 'w; Seckinger J sr. w; Congressman VictoryFor
&:'Ro :i0 dldnotmake a fathr" -- ducing 'state I take pleasure in W R, w"; Good TynerW'H, w; Vandeve ter, E Po' w; Seckinger W J, w; Seckinger J H. w; New York Editor.

: wayjon':'hia muck'land farm, agricul lug that during my recent trip 0 M, w; Green P Van, T J, w; Waters W.J. w{ Wad f Seckinger L J.iv; 'Thornton M J, c:
'' ,, J C w; Hayse, A kins D G, w Wadkins. N.T,,wj Wad- Hearst Remarkable Man and it 'Making
turally or financially; but on th .on. sugar'operaUoJls; Veal W R 0, w; Walker Jas c; Wilson -.
trWT; tunwd* ,the' property over,to Inspect, your c; Hope Jack killS, H: J. w; Waters W T. w;Waters Z R, c; Walker Herbert c; Wal- 'a Contest That I is Exciting
; \ |surprise was great at finding Glenis c; Ha C W. w; Watford. C, w Wyche A '
Manufacturing .Co. ; lace A S J. w; Weathers W V. w; Interest Everywhere- Hat
the-Florida ,
I country';ifor the growth of sugar Hardiner J F, w;; J, w; Ward Sam. w;: Weathers, B S. Walker D A, w. 'Em Scared.
-,' In May 1888, with' crop of cane;420() The soil Is as rich as any that I Hames. Jno T, w; w; Watford,'E. C.w, Walker J C, w; Precinct No.' 31-Falrfield.

acre*,".that proved' :one of the; best L ever seen.,and, with proper c; Jenkins, Archy Witter. R A, w; Zimmerman W C, w. Alford W D. w; Ausley E S, w;

acreace'i considered 'ever produced' intha'United'BUtg. (.t tion hA yield will be equal to c: Johnson. David Precinct No. 25, Candler Best W w.. w; Brabham W B, w; "It will take many million of dollars
which Henry c; Jacobs I, Cauth J H.. 'C ldweIl. W R of corporate money to beat Wm
The crop in"the of 'any' other' country on the rn. w; ,.w; Barber Simpson c; Best L W, w;
: sre4 .\ tter. from Mr. Claus : globe. c; Jacobs Sax- Cautbern S U. w; DeLong, I N,. wi Brown Perry B. w; Carter J H w; R. Hearst for the governorship of
[jthe Joshua c; Jenkins I DeLong W H,:w; Evans. R J,>; Fort New Y .
cIe.qnote4 by Mr.. Van; Duior Curry, J R, 'w; Cressman J L. w;
'I congratulate upon "
in his paper, read before the ..CaneGrowers' you of Albert c; tdddell; P A, w; Hall Jas T. w; Higbt w.er. J Dounovant Afford, .c{ Dukes Peter c; So'peaks Congressman William
for the future .
.Association in 'Jacksonville, 'bright prospect c; Little, C 0, w; Kline Christian w; Marshall.J Davis J L, w; Dupuis Albert w; Edwards' Bailey Lamar, of the Third Districtof
sugar business in. the state ,of ; ,w; Ughtsel, F; N. w; Mathews, J. H. w; McKinney.
L Kj w Floyd Johhn B w
; who the
; Florida paid Metropolis
ia Mayrna04.A .- ida: w; Lideii. P A, w;; J Y, w; McCuiiough G Hv w;, McKinley -
I to the"Kinsman' failure as Mj'V "'Yours truly. W. c; Mbxey Chas E G, w; Pritchett. T E. w;,'Quick.C Gatrell Henry, w; Gladden Adam w; a; visit Sunday while enroute to his
Gordon Icaas Gordon Solomon
c c
yariDazor: ;rknba" it was caused",;rtlrecUy 'CLAUS I D, c; Middieton. .W, w; Richie G G. w; Savage S S.' Gollins' Fred c;; Collins Belton, c;; home In Monticello.Mr. .
",by-the Florida .Sugar. Manufac- w; Mlllson Jos Jri w; Worick J F wt < Lamar has just returned from
: While representing Osceola Gibson W G, w; Given Geo, c: Gibson -
* turinc:Co,'falling .to comply with itscoatrtct ,'as fair commissioner at the" P, w; McAteer Precinct .No. 26 Geiger Wilmer. 'w; .Hill Ben c; Houston .New York .where he has been for
.,wlth" Kinsman 'and otheri G R, w; Nelson L Brown Henrys; B gley. ThoS ,c; Wm, c Harvey L L. w HammondW ten days in me gubernatorial campaign
.__.. state: fair. Mr. Van Duzor distrlb ; ;
I t Od r.e ive, <" :and ,pay' for the cane 'hundreds tot these w: Not A I w;; Bagley, W B. c; Bagley, V V,.c; Beal B, w; Ivey W T w;: Ivey C p. w; having made ten speehees
papers Frank. w; Peloe, C W. w; Baylos, Ch s. w;, Cvil, R S,
grown:to 1888, of which Mr.: Kinsman I J nning B S, w; Jones A.J, w; Jones with Mr. Hearst in the city of New
and fine D G
the muck spe P. w Proctor
foil ; w Colwell. W W Geo L '
;. w; Carlton
''I''had"'iQ'-&erei.1 OVaL fine:cane as ever I % J A jr w:; ernegan E W, w; Jones J A York and "up the state.
: thereon and ; w; Ross, Geo c:
sugar' cane grown w; Civils Stephen E, w; Colbert. J W,
acre"wttalf I sr. w; Leavitt W H. w; Mathews D B, "
crew; 1. rsglug'thirtrtona per "I have never said Mr. Lamar.
ererjr way-- advertised the value Simmons. Jas c; I w; Colbert, J J, w; Cail. .Philip c'; ,
i. \ Vaocrose' content.'.of from 13 to productiveness of these lands, : Samuel BunreU c; I Clemmons. ElIas; 'w; Duckett, .Jarrett w;. Moon W W. w; Milling W H, w; "in my life seen 'anything to compare -1
McAteer S J -
.:I5Tper. cent; D C. c; Slyke c Daniels. Oliver Eminlsor w; McLaughlin A T w; with the enthusiasm which is
4 ; ticularly for growing sugar ; c; W D, McAlister .C H,/rw.; Jn'ichols-Walter, expressed
',M'l.K1nIIDU. ; Mr.' Slaven. MrHaJnptonW profttably. These lands are N. w; Smlt. Levis c w; Gary..eM.D\ c;.Graham.Louis, c; w; Nance Jno jr, c:' Payne M L, w; for Mr. Hearst among the '0'' .
: Fell :and eachbf4.ebatracts [ w; Thomas. S, c; Gaskins, Wiley c; Gaskins Jas G, qi In this ,
; myself with thoSe, of the Everglades C A. w; Williams Payne D ,B. w; Phillips M E. W; Rou people campaign. As a public
11t1! (the, Fjorfda. Sugar to and'b fore,drafnage were Wash, c: Wright Grantham. D L. w; Grantham.! B' A. A B, w; Sams Chas. c; Scofifleld Dan, speaker' myself. I was compelled in
w; Grantham, B.A S
,M4ft facturlng.: Co,ia ..each.case ,:the. w-Grantham., c; Noah, c;, Sprinkle Ru tie. c; every speech to withhold the mention ?
with the saw and a Geo c Wilson A
same grass ; J.
.|w; Galbreath. B, w; Grantham. D. .
iF tajM company it ailed {o.'me'et Its coats |tic growth.; 'c; Williams Benj I w; Harvey, Wm. c;' Harris,.Colbert, cgall. ; Smoak, J P, c; Scott Washington c; of his name until the end of a sentence f

receive and payr'for the cane His comparison of the present c: WIggs Elias I J ., L B, w; Howell Nick,- c; Harris, Stanley. J, wj Smoak J- W. w; or paragraph' in order to b3 1 ]
:. ,rod;*' dltlon'' of. the St. Cloud c; Warnock Alex Wm, c; Howell, D H w; Howell, Den. Scott w; Sherouse. w; Smith able to finish It before the outbreak- '
Jno C
: o-Mr;!:Goblet-among: many-others, .ontlchrptnfe by no' means'torrect; in 1888 89, c; Williams. Li- nls c; Hooker, J. T, w; Hooker. D W,. [ Jno, w;cj Sparkman. .Ilerouse H Henry C, w;W.Sherman w lug of the whir, of applause, .

_1 ; .', an&I.jlost: ,heavily during canal' at low water readily ; J L w; Williams w; Halsell A B, w;' Harter, Carl x. Scans,, Rufus c; Scofteld Jim, *c; "Never in tue south or anywhere

,tae .tUaoa of.1 8S-89-90, by :the late teamboat' .< transportation, and True 22 McIntosh w. w; Jackson Fate Sr' c; James, Jno" Sherouse J M. ,w; Thomas! A.. w;; eke- for Bryan or for any other man
: .Febn rand'Marchi, frosts.! The.fall L. regularly, traversed by such Ayer Alfred w; c; James Richard. ,c Jacobs, I. J. c; Tysen Wm, c: Thigpen C L, w; -have I ever seen the popular demonstrations

are',vegetabla grof era fn Florida as the ;Floridaiphia, Ok echobee. Bruton. Andrew c;' Johnson.Johnson. Jno L A J,, c c;; Jacobs Johnson. Lawyer, A I*, c c;; Webb' G M, w; Weathers Sharpes. c; and the expressions of almost .

: ,btby ,;nOi means .been confined to onlst\ndothers Burry. David. Williams S. c; Washington Geo. c: idolatrous admiration that are
; since that time : Johnson J W. w; Jacobs Willie ci
muclc)land"norto' ,particular local!- road,.aDd other bridges have D H, w; Burgin Johnson. James, c; Jackson. Henry c; Wallace J W w; Wells C C. w; made over Hearst by the people i

; 'tlri'b.. following' quoted i from Mr. built..across it. several dams ; w: Beck. J J, w; Kenedy. Gee Jr. c; LeGally. W J., w: Young A Iw; Younge, W E. wj whom. he has served. J

- Yan. \Duior's- ... 'piper"read before the been put in, thus destroying the t'q'Brown W R. w; Lowell S, 'w; Lovell. Jesse. w; Lan Younge A W A. w; Younge R C. w; ,""Measured by this interest and from -
Young BK w .
:: CtGrowera"; Assbclation: in Jack Christian. J K, w; ton. : Younge A W. w; '
; age and navigation so that today Thos. c; Luffma .; Walter"H. w; Young J B. w Young A the best and safest Information that
ITI1liMay' 4th 6th and Btn. Cork C E w; eel Lee W J, w Lovsll. Armbllng. ; G. w;
: ,
; 1SQ4 high* waterit., would bedimeult ; w; Young HO -wj Young S W. Jr. w I get from his headquarters. Mr. -
M. Cameron ;
w: .
>,\1, _'fmatter of,the value. .of muck: getf'aif:ordinary row boat J F'w; Dickson H Myers Meadows.Nance c; Mobley Julius c; Young. R A. w.Precinct Hearst is absolutely certain to carry
Harvey, w Malloy. Jno
io a, very .different light. ,f AI1'.10 ; B. NeW' 'unless
No. 32 York
r the. canal. Much of the J land w; Fleweilen J A w; McConn. Alex' Jr. w; Norman, D -Gelger* money Is absolutely
: the muck reclaimed, landsIIltth. ly 'under' cultivation has reverted w; Fanback J A F, c; "Nonage. Wm. c j Norwood Willie ,Ayer C B, w,*: Britt T A, w: Bishop poured out in millions by the corporations

__ neighborhood- c of Klsslmmeeof .a marsh< of, Quagmire; the peach w; Gist, W M, w; e: Owens, ,Llna, Perryt T X 'w; Rich- JQwCoidInHCw; Curry C R, to buy the people away
Ls. yE'i w: Dunning,J.S, w; Dreher W R. w
other orcuards have been Tom. c; ardson. Geo, c: Richardson. Esau, cj Dillard ; from him. Of course it is barely possible
.l _"Tbh. althfulnesE .a region is by lack of drainage. Guerrant.E P w; Smith Jas W c; Smith. W G. c: Gee w; Feaster J W, w; I' that they may da. this. Mr.

I of Uj% utmost''importance to ,any .entwprtS9eTpeciaUy Yours respectfully uopiuns. w n, w; Smith. Joseph M. c; Stevens, Allen Jj, Geiger__ _. S .P,._w_; _Geiger_ D__L, w;n Gfeigerwj Hearst la the dnn omiia nf this
w .w, J 'w -- --- -- ---
: Miaoney w, Harroil
_ r isthl jrue *ben C W w; Ir w; Strickland. J .A. w;, Strickland, J r ; democratic bosses and
; R. E. Jno c Jor M H H, w; Hunter R M. w; Harrell J.r corporation
_ the operatives ,must become' w; Taylor. Wallace, c: Taylor, J.,
perma B. wHogan'J F grafters, and as well the
C J. c: Jones W I, w; Thomas; J R. wj Thomas, Frank w; LeItner J J.w; |j dangerous
ment residents.: It can' be pesitlvely "The most laughable thing that ; Lurapklns. Squire, P. w: White. Fields c. ; Leitner B F, w; Miion J D. w; Mix-jj I foe of the republican bosses and corporation

_F stated >thatthe> reclaimed 'land; of yet occurred In the New' York' : London, W U c; Precinct No.. 27, EureJca, on, J G, w; MixonMBw; Neal SA. grafter '

I- Kisslnimee" ;'ulley'are free from u1n::1s'the warning sent' out by Anderson c; Akin, S G w: Browning. A M w;; w; Neal E F wf Belleree P wr And these two vast forces in com --

: a&rtaT The employees' of the othy._Woodruff, c lr.man'of the J C c; Mans Brlnson J So.w; Brinson J. N. w; Reeves D B." w: Rhodes Chas M. w:: bination may be able to persuade out
dii.l eTcomt> '.were. wblte'm .republican .committee that he w; McCarley, J A. Brlnson J H. w; Dickson. Reado'n ,w;;; L. c; Simmons'O. wj Smith i.jof the pockets of the trusts and corporations .

eiduflVely.y: ::1'bq mejrwere. recruited "over-confidence. wh n. he, and G. w; Neal, Jno S II" Dudley. Henry w; Fiddle. J' L. wj, w EAwSimmonsB1wSnilthPS; SImonton W L, 'w Smith V any colossal sum they
fKMniaU'piurts the of ; Porter. L V,- w; Harris. W H. w: Harris. Julius ; wj,
: countr1 MaDY' followera have been scared out w; Smith C M, w; Smith Larence M. might need to defend him.
-!; tiMBxectftreii: into the senico.of. their boots ever since Hearst R L, w; Reed Harris L B. c: Mulligan, P W w; Smith R M. w; .angton JI, w wi "But outside of that there is nothing .
c Rush E, '
; Moten ;;
c; Mathews, H D. ,
the( before ,they became w;
company ac- his! flrstspeech..- iWhittington L. w Welshner human that defeat
W M, w; Reynolds MilUgan B U. { A. can the
w Proctor C J !
-I. atfd. During a period of over ; w;. w: Whittingtbn' R : Hearst
Indeed. F G. w; Simpson.I. Prevatt. J H w; Prevail,'CH, w; Ral- R. w: Whittington ticket for governor of New
_ t. elevenyears the company never ,employed Allen, c; Simon ner. Hardee. W:. Sherouse J'E.1, w; W T, w; Zetrouer D R.. w; Zetrduer York. .It will be. remembered, too 5

i ;a physician or' never lost'an Mr. H. <.D. Knowles who was T M, w; Snoddy Squires E'w; Tuton Jno A, wj Tu.J C, w. that Mr Hearst ha millions with

employee Trora'"death/ 'never)' fill any from' White Springs last week H 'J. c; Thagard ton D W w;' Tuton. Ed..'wr Tuton. M? J. D., FERGUSON. which to fight millions and althoughhis.

oftjwe5; J 'e\th., service; of the closed ODe of the largest deals J 0. w; Thomas I M. w; Wells. TEN Jr/ w; Wells. T N.' Supervisor of Registration, millions are. not as many as
& ewRpanjrJfronf fact hat w; Walkup H C' Sr wr WellhomHV I. 4
the wr
,they has been theirs, he has
I always been
transacted in Lakeland heroic -
Gives ,
J W, c; Wil Party for Miss Pick
:*could not stand;the climate Malaria some tlma! by. selling his half Ue., D P, w; Yar- Precinct No. 28 Ltvon ering. with his purse In supporting bis principles. '

a4 .chills absolutely, uuknowu.1 ." terest In' the' 75-acre' grove known Freer, B F w:' Freer J.R w;' Hicks. ."

ANALYSIS,, the Morgan and Reynolds grove 23 Pedro .1T.. w; Lucius. Chas E. w; Lucius.: 'The young ,soclety: set were given 1 naaswer to the question. "What

_ ,- The foUawlDC'oalylls of muck Mr W. A, Swanson. who is ; Peas J B, w; Gib Wm. w; Oliver L A w'; Oliver.. G..R. an exceedingly pleasant party on do you think, of Mr. Hughes Con.gressman -
be : w; Oliver, H P, w
: Scroggle '
: ;
will found'Interesting to thosefamiliar TYm. w;; .
,, Washington. The price Is not Wm H. w; Lewis, Shaw. Dan. w; Shaw Robert Wednesday evening, by ''Mrs. Robert ,Lamar declared "I hare
i ,with. .,.). he subject of sugar w w"1 'never him
..culture. ,. public.-Lakeland Sun ; Nichols. Get: !i Precinct No. 29, Kendrick, G. Blake at her cosy home on South met and have never heard t
: ;;. w; Proctor, Alf him
Anderson. Fourth street The speak'and therefore
Robert. cannot
c party
$otu. ,, ,. .,, H H H .. ,,16.84 The ith instant was a big day Proctor, M M, w; lie. cj' Aldrldge, Apderson; Anderson.'c::; Burk.Wil J r:. for Miss Norma Pickering was of ,given Georgia I measure him from personal acquain i

Organic. matter, and, combined Ocala, On that day the laying of Rufus E w; S. w: Burney Frank. c; Brown. Jno;': a veryattrac tance, but from his speeches, he in> ;1
: water ... .. ,. .. .,75.85Silica stone Plttman J F. w; c young girl.who' ,
:T corner of ,the'court'hous J C, w; Perry ; Burneyt Arthur, c; Brooks SB' w;;:' Is spending' a short while in preses. me as a cross between a .
and insoluble'silicates 0.91L0xide.ofiro4 : place and Governor Broward and 1P. Chappie C wf Carrington Jas; w dreamer'and an enthusiast
: Jno R w; Perry,, ;c Ocala 'the guesf of. her aunt Mrs. J.5G with a decidedly
: .* ... ,< *. ,. 1.47 1, John Beard had a joint debate on Nelson.'' c; Chapple .Charier c;' Cummings Geo | ; ..SpurJin tinge Of unctions Wall strreet

,. ., i. .. ... .. .. .% 3.17 drainage question. Yes, the P A. w: Swear- wj Carrington, J G, w; Daniels; Dan, Mrs Blake's ij hypocraey In his make-up. He.is
jiata; .. c; Early B F 'w; Edwards Perry c1' guests were the following
; HU eq. w.ls: City" spread herself on this w;. Wllliama ; ; not able to explain why
: Miss he sifted the
Tarly. B F' W 4-uttering the
.'\,..' ..' .t .. .. '-. ,. _. ..10.13 I and many hundreds of people Guthrell J J, ,w. w; ;Gaines Flnley,,Hollan.W A, w cr;:! Misses Leafy 'Sylvester, Jessila honoree Martin Insurance I scandal for the small fish

., '
'if6 l' .1"* 4 I tt. the surrounding'country were Dunnellon Grace C I and positively
w; Guthery, B J. w; Honor -: Margaret Walters Anna Mlxson. refused to get out af
.Phosphoric add ,. .?, ., ? 0.18 and wheli the noon,bour rolled C Sam,, c : ter
I c; Avrltt J 11. : Hopkins David. cj Hop-i Rhoda Liddon Louise.Harris.( Messrs Cortieyou and Bliss and Root, U
Sulpburtc acid .-. ,. ., .. frown
the was invite to ; Bridges. George kins Willis c;. Hopkins IIan-e). c;;, Robert Mathews Harvey Clark Harry :. who are so heartily' supporting him
'* Chloruio .4' ,; ., ,. t. ? ,, 0.43 ip ,a barbecue dinner, all of w; Barganler J Haines Jouror. c; JameSj G G c;:: Palmer Alfred Beck John Pelot 'now He Va's willing, to probe the
._r Nltrcf. ; {In. organic. matter) ...2.7Th they enjoyed Immensely.- ; Band. P M. w; Johnson Hector c;' Johnson 'Walterj Harry WaItrs"and financial scandal but
'k : chemJca), analysis has been Hustler. ; W A. w; c; James C R, c: James Sam. q-;, .Otto Lohrl to the honest was not equal ;,
iubiUntiate4\ ..G P. w; Berry. Johnson B E. c; ames Sam. ct Looa :Mrs Blake was assisted by her patriotism of probing f|
bj .practical ..experjWCft. I* w; Cleveland L: Peter W; Lemon Wm.;w; Lotz Henry moth r, Mrs. 'Sanders and Mrs; E. L. the political, scandal behind .It. jj

Muck Iids.hs've t. b found \o, Capt. George Boynton has W. w; Crone, w;.MurreltDavid, c; McLfead E C.vi, Carney and the young folks spent a "Thd campaign is the hottest and

: b.?iuItabl to & great variety of sentenced to six months in the 1J J W, w; ,Crosb)r, McCollor] Henry c;' Nix' W E; w;; very pleasant and delightful evening most exciting that New York has ever

,. crops; especially sugar cane." tentiary by the United States wj Crosby J A, wNIxCEwNtjEJwQInQQtj ?;. wittt: music. games etc. known I ,am perfectly confident
":&, court'In: .New York for being a ; Davis S M. A'A. w; Priest C' i
W0t, I, personally tested I w; .Cjr. w: Rich Mrs Blake Miss'' Pickering. Miss1 that In spite of the terrific tide of
tt\e\ !yieldo( ,!cane ..on this farm, _b> to a plan to counterfieit. silver j j Homer. H w:; Smith ardson S T; wj Richey.W' T, w;; Irma' 'Blake and Miss Jesilu Martin corporations Hearst will win.*
th ;land Venezuela for the purpose of H D w; Walter B. w; Sweeney Jos. w;;*
measuring, > cutting and Congressman
top- sangand Mrs. Lamar.
R H. w; An Sams Jon cj SprelghtsU G.;'c Stevt Carney and Mrs; Sanden : thinks that
t- nancing a revolution in that :
pins-the cant'as it would :to the' :.next
go the W B.. w: enson Spain c: Turnlpseed J E played piano 'solos. ..conijress wUl probably .de
jr ..nil and by actually weighing ittouad :. Baskln. J Q. w: Thompson Frank c; Ward 'MeD,, wj e>;;: : After; an interesting guessing con feat; 'John Sharpe Williams, u the

kz_ ." -the. :yield. to be over,sixty-three. : tl1In ,,C A. w; Beck Webb J B,' Whitehead Thad w;; test a dain\y; menu, Including chicken dempcratip ,leader upon the ground

c tons to the acre. The samples cane I private letter to 'a friend J, w; Brooks, J B, Waters J W, w;' Wesley Jno. >; salad wafers, pickles olives chocolate that. he was apostate in presenting

itikeqat toe sametime and tested'by Ocala.. Mr J" Preston Nix; Boyd. Arthur w; Washington' Gee qj Wright Root. cj and cake was' served the Da vis.railroad bill which was less :

the/ Agricultural, Department atWasblngtoarahowed p( this city, but at'present t ,a W. w; Brown Webb B C. w; Wright. E J..c, Miss Pickering is very ehannlDgand. definite and effective than the Roosevelt
'12.to 13' at Danla. on the east coast. w; Coward. Do's r. Priclnct No.
; per cent says 30. -MaHeU i .she made many friends legislation and refused to
among theyoung pro-
_I:9aucOSe, whIct ProtVf.. Wileystfctea farmers in that' section are not : R J. w; Austin Chappie.., cj Adama'Sam.,cj sent the1 Hearst bill
G M, w; Coco Adams all of whom regret -Jacksonville
___ : : would ,yield, .two hundredpounds' I aged;f la great ,deal the heaviest J B. w Coates Jnoi c; Adama J.H, c; Ausley that her stay-in Ocala is Metropolis.j .
; P A, w Brooks to be such
of to the probably being the of ; Jno H, wj Beck L
c- sugar ;ton' of i cane, expense ; Davis,.G N.-w .D. a short .
; w Barns ,one.
or twelve' thousand slz hundred i i ing seeds and haying them' S w; Pen L BUtch; ,/Junes cj Bates J U .&? w;; Announcement has been authorized
wj Bagg W U; ; -
V\Bryan -
,pounds" to the'acre. This 11. -
1 marjrelons -, w; Foxwortb J M. w; Carter J, M I'"w'Cha by Secretary of the Treasur Shaw '
ibers i H. J. Hess
i'; yield aTter: a: continuous. crlppmg of.tw.eitir r Good roads will lead to the ; Flood. H T. wj Chas. c: CuthiU 'WnvwCbrk.: S one of the engineers L that deposits of government funds
-i f .' years"without one pound, of r Improvement ,of the. countryside ; Grumbles,' J A. w; w; Cuthill Archiba.l1.arter; D.A. with the Terrell Lumbercom. with nationaf banks

j:: : : fertiliser' 'Pfj any !cripIon. This farmer who drives to and from I I Griffith Wm. w; Carter T E. -y;' DtckSOllJainef-; J A pany of which Mr.. J. D. Pope is a &Importations, will be to discontinued.facilitate gold

1: H farm. 1saIsottQingfty bushels' of t over a spacious. smooth well'eared I Gent. William c; Dickson Richard, a Edwards: A1t rd;.' member, was quite badly hurt Wed- stimulate national bank To

i.: cbolcei.com to, the/acre.and Tone, of road will unconsciously ome to I ,- R C. wj Gll' c; Frink M P. w; Felters ll U wj Oesdayafternooii: and was brought to and, : circulation

thf thriftiest, young 'orange ,groyes fect corresponding Improvements I ._C J jr H.. w wj; ,Goodwin Folk? J fo.A .M W; ;,alUp an. Arthur. w;: Ocala'for: ,medical' treatment: He is I limited incidentally form the benefits to demonstrate of an eles-in

- -t Ite7att.1s1growtngcbn' a.port1ol1 the. 'management' and operation of : Edward w: Hill 'J sse.- c;.Haraaker w: Haycraft.'aD p, w;; stopping .at, the jlenwood, vlMrs. tel fie currency; the government will accef '
1.ttbI farm, bearing heavy crops of t farm. J M. w: Jacobs! '
c; Ham L R, c; Johnson, t approved securities and
\ eioiw/frult. :: V _. -' ,I .. J L. w; Davejl' .Kirk' Abram C: Jacob ., 'J. J. Williams and children |mat beads govern
-. ;, fcf 1w rey chief cheinlalorteuniteststes ,.. Mr. C Pc Franks c j Kemp'a:F, deposits already nude
Pr t4 L Herman Benjamin )s.11\ ; wi Hood. wf LewJ!.Ar tead. cLew passed\through' Ocala yesterday al r- the bond released to be
n Department of r lanta'for a fey .days Ha. anc( Mr 1 W;. Havls\ H *h; If til-:*.-L.i, Ment1o' Jaihes. ternoon re/turning. to their home used for circulation
( Oliver: a to be
: J retired
L { : .tatMthat theie iandit Mrsv' w; HenphiJ. r R : gradually be-
AfrtcuJturer Benjamin will return: home np. -Mann 'J S.'W. Homosassa :
; Hoffman..' W C after ,a visit with :rela; tween March :15 and
W H :! ;; August 10,next
.: africttlture," and .superior weet < McConn" Bw'
-v NeIsonJckJe.JiUF. tives at .Umatllla.
,ofk' > ; Hill;:'JW.-w,: fC'P.-wl *'A: w' ; Mrs Wlliiaias'home This IB. expected to cITe J18.000.000
L ,l ? $: .b fore'theIr marriage. additional. l.Uon..r


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r' very Downward. Movement :Has Announces a NevMileage i: Much, .' of the Fruit, However is Still; '- '- '-
Book. :t i Green and Poor. "nrm
|Had Aq ( Reac ,. >
:, "AlmostJmmedlate New ;Y0rk .
0cb 21- There is a little 00
l =Iliinotsat
{Chicago 0222 last improvement In the quality of the
;$e fa* Cent red111\ Rosins.*f#$
I toderive eneffmaz
Ise ;o.-mQ the redutfons -.! Florida oranges this week, although m
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"l' .tp
ofer fates
)inn' pas ) whicfare.4a1Iig there is a lot of green trashy stuff
;!iTnrpenittt e'diopped ..gtt'je.n and placd in ,C Itrat"assen"" that should have ,
: not left Florida. It .

a'l: cent'#'daLand': and .Wednesday aquarter" ,between but had last a ger York Association Central today territory.announced The New that seems'strange so blind to that their; the own growers interests shouldbe as 0 1 _-_- r .'u' ,-.- >._"..'- .',"'__...U, "...-"_-.'...-,-_-_,-"-_ _,,. '' ._"-_"",,-- ,'..-",.'.,_-__.. -_",..- oog,_._ -

.speedy and at the close .
recovery .yes"terday the new $20.00 tnousand-mile books; to ship out the class of green, immature '
was 'selling at 66 34 cents, good for bearer, which it proposes to fruit that they have been send

'on&\quarter.. of, a: cent above the close issue will be accepted peer all lines; ing.. Lots of the ,fruit ,that came D

:Jqf. the: previous Friday, and with; a west of Buffalo 'This makes it affective here this week sold under the ham ,. Remov I m
much better.
tone than
at time
that ,
across Illinois. to St. Louis over mer for less than $%. Anything goodwill
Recelpts for the week were small' the ,Big Four bring $ .75@3, but there is not ,
tit%86 casks, -which assisted those
The Pennsylvania'sannouncement deal of this
a great fruit.
nterested itf 'higher values. For theoath' of its mileage book stated that it There is also some improvement in

the receipts are about on a would not be good over the Vandalia the Florida grapefruit It Is. not nearly I. Notice b
arity with those of the
same period to Terre Haute and to St. Louis. but as gren as it was and the demandis
Cast October. Factors claim that the ..that. road will have to meet the Big better. The market now for grapefruit .
onditlons' in the woods are such 'as Four competition, and other lines in 'ranges: $2.50@4 and if the fruit

to__ continue the hold down; production, turn will have to meet the Pennsyl continues to improve there is no ques-

e improvement labor situation.being Both apparent exportersd in vania's The prospect is that it wilt'not be tion price but than what this.it would bring. a better & We Must Vacate Our Store og"i'- -

domestic buyers were In the long before most of the people of IIIInois

arket. during-, the week and the daily will be able .to. ride for what issubstantially THIRSTY MAN STOPS A TRAIN. M December 31, Next ,g

requirements were sufficient to ,absorb a two-cent fare.. i ,

the offerings. The' fluctuationsof Passengers officials of .the Wabash, Prospector and His Burros Were Fam- b D

the immediate future are expected Chicago and Eastern Illinois Illinois '. ishirg in a Nevada Desert. 4 We intend to leave Ocala hence our '

a be within fairly narrow range. :Central and Chi,aga & Alton today .
Factors assert that If producers can. Los Angeles Calif, Oct. 22.-Pas- ::
formally New
not make the stuff they expected to York Central carrying out its plan. sengers on the Los Angeles Limited

.evenprofitable' 10. cents would. not mean a II The Pennsylvania Is also trying to of the 'Salf Lake railroad, who arrived t'J ON THE MARKET : V Y
result of the season's workto get the New York 'Central to confineits in Los Angeles yesterday told ofa .,

them;and that they have been so book to territory east of Illinois, prospector who stopped the train I:
At Prices which will the "g fOur
hampered this season by both' labor but as officials! of the Vanderbilt lines running forty miles an hour in the : tempt non-purchaser. m

and weather adverses that there, is have been much Irritated by the repeated middle of the Mojave Desert by flagging

hut .slight 'prospect of their findinghe rate cuts by the Pennsylvania it with his hat to secure water Stock Consists \l]!I 3

net results at the close anythingtear the Iltt r's protest does not carry for himself and .burros. The train I ,

: :what, they had reason _to look much weight crew supplied them .all by the buck y

forward to. If '.a periodof, ,financial < etful as quickly as possible and Dry Goods Clothing and *

epression should come on the av"producer's Scotch Presbyterians Celebrate 150th started the limited on its way again. fi :

gage 4 it is' held, would Anniversary. i An old Nevada law which allows i \
pot be in very good shape to meet it. Special to the Ocala' Banner: desert travelers who are in distressto 1

rith high priced ,timber on their: New York, Oct. 22.-The Scotch stop trains and demand water and m Shoos ladies' d m i
Gaot iS
train to furnish the an s FurnlhingGoods
iand and balances not in the shape Presbuterian church at Central Park compels crews _

hey should be. West, has reached an epochin its history needed refreshments still holds. The i x>

the today ,and'Js marking! the, 150th old prospector. knew: it, so did the engineer IIA; Remember we must move and will move; it will 'A Si
Most of interest of the week
anniversary of its existence with joy 1
urea centered in rosin, which developed and ceremony.. Yesterday at the 11 Id not pay us to pay freight, therefore this is your op I I

; a sudden and entirely unexpected services Rev. Dr. Wylie, pastor'of the Hearts's Methods. $4 portunity to buy Fall and Winter wearing apparelat

weakness resuiung in very sharp church prached a historic sermon. "Hearst must have learned I his fencing Yl at the lowest prices possible We,have been in bus in '
in a peculiar school, the
'declines on practically all grades, the
He reviewed the growth of the church
; lowest range of values ''being touched ffoni' 'tne' time it rasa snail: square Baltimore American. "His .strokes t iness here for the, past seven years and we do not
are on the thrust variety. He has ,believe that have =h
on Tuesday and Wednesday, when stone building in Cdar street, near '' K14 we single customer. iIItQ :
Trtadowglass'.was down to j$5.30, If to Nassau, where' 'It -ins jfe&nca e4 ia17C5 not availed himself of a single parry.

5.00, M to $4:60.':; Kto $4.40*r to'$4.25;: up to a descrlpUo cf 4lV present The American is right It intended BUY YOUR GOODS FROM US AND SAVE.MONEY
to 120., F to $4.15, E fo-$4.05. D to acociapUshineats! aa"'j ona of the this for a reflection upon Mr Hearst'sfcscbodj ,

,.Op. A-C to $3.85. The chief .suffer. most influential churches in the me- but it really complimented ,
the pale and medium grades him. Mr. Hearst refuses to be put
ich showed decJ.hies.of,25 to'50 cts! trqopolis.; --. on the defensive. He refuses even to THE BOSTON STORE :

.iso, Ibs. As was to be expected .A Seven Story Fall Produces Feeling parry thrusts that do not reach themark. m mmM ::
in speedily Hearst seems to "have learned ,
;= a, sudden drop prices of Delight.New'
t"" tight about its own cure' in the York; Oct., 22.-"That fall of fencing in a peculiar school"pecuUarto OCALA,FLA. -
those who do not know anything
pe'of a heavier'demand that speed- seven stories was the finest experience .
'. anged-the current'of the market that I ever had" was the declaration about fencing but evidently one in -" -'- WOO'
d',started 'prices- -moving. upward "mad to physicians of ,Bell- which the pupil is taught not to be .1- --J'; .

so that by the close today in- view hospital by William Bushnelh 19 put on the defensive and not to wear i -i .

tions are that considerable of' the years old, after he fell down the air on '.i salf out attempting to parry ;
'" ... be,made tip. :of harmless blows.. To be put on the '
will already ; shaft from the :seventeenth, floor
.ffTi moiemeat of late defensive shows weakness; to ,parry w
Every) downward the Hotel Sevillee yesterday Bushnell U
4 "f'i. ban almost an immediate: reae-: who is a,plumber's,assistant, received a harmless blow is cowardice. Hearst'sschool
who have jump walked of fencing is air right Its a ,
and only those a slight' bruise on his heel and ,
).Q..1he.Ilarket with twenty-four 'to Belleview to have it treated.. "I daisy It 1s the other fellow Hearst P'mQ.ct:1ll:1JifbJ \- "" ""' : !l

,- ,fonyefght."ho.urh: yh have profited by enjoyed the fall very much," saidlxeha .1 wants to put on the defensive and he 9b1jalt:
: bJiibJJifL-f
is it doing it to the queen'sIaste.Montgomery
doing -
rsins >
; Flower. prices.... ,- ---' .5t i. Dr..Lewt8.'When..l- -first Journal, .;
',fi --- felt myself going i it frightened me, -,-,- ,
1,397, sales. feeling of delight. I .
firm receipts; but then came a --;-
Quotations; WW $6.00V'G was drunk with the exquisite pleasure COTTAGE DOOR. I ,
: N $5.20 M $4.85-90, K; $4.70 I I received a shock when I struck -

71 2-40. H $4.35, G $4.25-30, F the: concrete flooring in the basement, Just, where the squirrel st ps. .. f

-25, E $4,10-12( 1.2. D .$4.10. CAt but that was not serious." The sunlight on the dew drops,

o-5. Throw bright jewels on the grass, .
"'" Farmers' Cooperative Congress ,
V Topeka. Kan.. Oct. 22.-The annual Close by his morning pass t ,
the recent meeting of the Nail Where these jewels glint and glisten .ti. .: .
U meeting- of the Farmers' Co-operative -' '
Asso- t
t Paint. Oil and varnish Ke to listenAt -
stops self-poised
; Association held here today :2.500 del I :--: _' : "," ,
!n, ,Mr. C W. Dill ,reported on Iowa sounds of nearing feet.
",naval. stores conditions as .fol- egates from South Dakota Ee seeks a secure retreat-
North and
"V Minnesota
Colorado New Leaps into a tall oak
.The" current crop Is being consumers readily Mexico Wisconsin.Oklahoma.Missouri Texas., Arkansas, Cunningly does his head' poke To CalifornIa

"jwbd at fair 'values! c Mississippi. Alabama and Georgia reg Around the limb still wet "

31 ;- adjusted themselves to naturujltiona. istered. The gathering was the larg And looks down with eyes of. jet, -
Then he quickly darts back; .
the Unit
r est of. its kind ever held in
are legitiy '
is. argued that prices Fearing unfriendly attack .1t
ed States Mr. L. N Holmes Bernice -
# much dearer than in former [
In a inoment returns .
that the objetcof "
Louisiana, epxlained
of the fact ,
the natural outcome the conference was to unite the Your presence he almost spurns;
1 ';whlle the world is growing and See there are squirrels two
farmers of the United States
,;always enlarging the crop of permanent organization to control "W$ are not afraid of you." $30.00'

"':stores remains always and of, farm products and to secure-the enactment Grown brave they seem to say. ,

ity of uacnanged dimensions of laws favorable to agricultural Theo they run leap. skip and

her conditions ,this season None of the Mississippi states play, .
J been: unusually adverse. heavy he said, had: a law regulating the In a cute, graceful way ,
: ;having prevailed throughout and control of oc-operative 'See them dance upon the fence! ** .
pine belt almost continuouslythe societies. Kansas had a law to The've no drowsy indolence. -

; spring and early summer. cover the subject but it was inadequate There are squirrels all around, From St. Louis -
t riod of greatest' production.e : It limited the capital stock to On the trees and on the ground
position and outlook are for Now they have some acorns foundIt
; and provides no means
maintainance of values $100,000 tastes to them quite sweet ., .
and a
y regulating the amount of stock which .
'to able conclutlon This wild, firm, white acorn meat. -
be a reason member may vote. As there are .: "

}d i g this turpentine-I article closer have since been one hundreds and of elevators telephons,owned insurance by farmers companies See Against that graceful the bright pose pink rose! ." Low One-Way Rates Every Day: ._r

u iventlon of two years since, at would consider the Head erect; feet half lifted- "
not consider woodtine the congress He's actor rare and gifted. To October 31 : }
.* Jtime I did means for cooperation. Rv H an ; 1606 :
a financial orircial best One finds mushroom white, .
was either a .
",, McCullough Beeshe Ark., Farmers' .' ,.. ';: ; "
success on account of the Cooperative Uuion His grace makes a pretty sight .,. I e;

Hy of,:production .then being fducationaand of America; S. O. Dawes "president As he handles the mushroom. ,", .
ced. Since that time new Farmers Association, Ikla, C. I. But a maid with a brush broom via .

..!a have been employed and to- State Peckham Haven Kan., president of Comes on the scene far too soon ..) ) nPacifib't
two manufac. (Which does not with him attune) .
ere are' one or absolutely the Farmers'' Independent Grain, Deal- ". ', ,,l: c -
I-whq are' making' an era of Kansas and others addressedthe He makes a flyng spring '
article and it is meeting with meeting on subjcts of interestto On the arbor finds- swing

__'success among the varnish agriculturists. Then creeps on tiny. feet Union "
f at trade -1_ Back to hU,old oak retreat; : >:
the PW U:1'e i I ? Lies his white breast
:"es stilt pursuing i Why Don't They Come To Florida upon
: distillation process are goon A Minneapolis editor recbmmends Free and happy-perfect rest. .. '"

_ -1 : about the same lines asore I the use of sugar on cantaloupes Citra, Fla. M. A. R -

and the steam process. so Great hevings! If he had a Florida an& :
::1r! can learn., !i almost entirely ;cantaloupe on his table he would It is Ag'in Him, --

:> :ito at on 'account of the expenhod nave to dose it liberally with pepper And Judge Palmer, of. Lake City is
: of production.Id and salt to counteract the excess of 'spoken of as a probable candidate for :

- be very pleased to see the sugar naturally in the fruit. Why governor of Florida, The News pre Southern Pacific, .

.. :..UlOm the committees appoint- people will continue to live in a 'dicta his defeat in advaace-evea t /
,:.;.\veatigate. this! particular prod- country where they have to put sugar 'nope for it-Suwaanee County News n '
com- '
: ;.v,- weU aa other special their cantaloupes is a problem 'I' ,: "
;!;"appointed for investigates, beyond comprehension.-Pen News. The Scrap Book says that ships .
stores conditions generally ore tnan a'taousand feet in length .

M i' ** extremely that 8i U 1c1ent A Certain Cure for Croup-Used for more than a thousand feet in length Be sure your tickets read over, this, line. : .. )--
;,. %f.\i not:given 'me Investigate Ten Years Without a Failure. may be expected before the middle of '-1: ,, .' ,>
:*;,";:+{}'topics !discussed, last year Mr W C. Bott a Star qty* Ind.in, the century; that if you fight use ,. ?:': ; .
enthusiastic '
ply same definitaVied haTdwaw merchant, fists marriage is ..:' :' : : _
): '' r you with Cough your ; that everything ', I ryF
Chamberfahx'sk "
: information," his praise> I of cWWrea have all, OOeD&ubJect 'to a Frenchman and a German ,- _'.;< ";." .,:.4 Inquire" of. '' ,_ .
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.,"\ .. to croup and ** has used thisremedy but nothing to as Englishman. t. '" ,: > .' r

... te.Law aingroilowe&ectloa for the past ten, ..years and : ;.........*:It! tt''!!.._'!' ,. ". "' -.- ." ".: ','
The rooster crlws in vain to the # '
,i.! provides .that the open eS- hfl'wUand althoughtbey< he mucH always feared felt the safe croup.upon ducks. 'Swine never appreciate jew, t'l ;j;" # "U .. ,.f -:;:. J.: i E' Van Rena4FEACHTREEST ... "'-. ,,,-:: ,:':".'-.' --k5', ,,:" .;
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c' .::,f@cotid Saturday in mitt's"Congb'...Remedy: va& in.,,the ; :8 .IIII' << ., .. 2:;","_. 'h.
ding the'." eAeral"elegy houseHis oldest child was subjectto It is just when a' man has given uj :1 ATLANTA, GA. a

L;!!:>4, that tie county commla severe attacks-of croup but this all thought of a thing' that, he think ;, -ivj ., :
': thq...."tollOwW i & .faHai to erect weed ... : ;- -": : ,:, : ,
nD.... t" ..fist- togt SSSmS $tof h1ijJrliids of it the most. ..' M, vt2.e'\ > (:; ., ,.4'""
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W and"whoopm-COUIL. for luxury of,a "stress government?*but > : : :1"t ': '.
,, -.tbsalkjoa In. thOl8' for crouP tI. -. it -costing us $50,000.& day to do it -
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& ::. ? a, Special. t o the Ocala> Banner: ".
..-...., Conway died at.her; home at Spring
OherU /0.Qct, ;, ITbe..ssixteenthannual < .
; He'' Wast 'Connected%Wit 'Duton ; ., ALWAYS GO TO
.. '.- 'Drairfage'ind Known theh Value of ; meeting took Wednesday
Land Experience. Association which: was held 'place morning
r ,1a wCriM, ., *From .
attended from Messrs.. Mclver & MacKay'schapel
here 'today was -very largely -
,, T'he,Journal 'has;-no interest, inthe: by delegates from every part of tissues of the throat arc In. this city. The: arrange

=.;. ,- .c drainage )scheme :except as a' ,citizen the"'UnioiLAn : > inflamed and irritated ments of the funeral were In charge 8"B8St PUI8st Place r'!
5 :.cVFloridaandin'opposing-it. ,.we-,are address of welcome to the del ; you of ;the Rebekah lodge. of which the T ana

.' honestly seeking to; serve what1-we egates was delivered by the president, cough, and ,there is moreirritation deceased was 'a member and R .y., C- :T

,. think'.to' be to the'.best.interest'of'thewhole Rev; Dr'=A..1L.Bradford,.Montclair N. -more coughing. You ,takea C. Carroll of the Baptist church,: of

: people of the state. J Two subjects of great .importance mixture and it the which Miss:Conway was also a member -
We,have never doubted, Governor to. colored people were discussed by eases conducted the services. The body '
: :Broward's sincerity in the great fight two representative colored men, irritatibh-for a while. You take was shipped to Starke, :where the in-

_ --.f*,** t -which he is-making to fix.Irrevocably, "What the Negro Has Done for'Him terrment took place Wednesday af,

_ -r' :: ,J the scheme upon the people'of the self"/ t Prot/Eo- B. Moore, ot Howard ternoon. Our Edibles and Drinkables are as Clean

_ .state, but:: we: do believe that he has i,University and pastor of,one of; the SCOTT"SE'MULSIO''N Miss .Conway was only twentysixyears ,

been' misled and. :ois 'de etved about Congregational churches Washing- of age and was a 'splendid S Pure Food Law
"- II the real value of the lands after ton and "What the; Negro Has Done young Ia3y.: She is survived' by several and Pure as. any ,

:- drainage. With Himself' by, Richard L, Wright, brothers and sisters, who have -

'Viewing the matter in this light we who when ,a little lad told ..GeneralBoVftid the sympathy .of their friends 'in could imagine them to .be

t ; '. have honestly sought information. .to tell, the, boys 'and girls' in :and it cures the cold. That's their bereavement. .
the subject from those In position to the north "we us risinV "We des is
what soothes the Our establishment has been refitted s
know and publish' below a letter from all rising together" This expression necessary. The school authorities of Ocala certainly -
_ ': v throat because it reduces the made a mistake if it is true ,
Mr., W. LJ 'VanDuzor, who was con became, famous on account of Whit-
nected, with Disston drainage enterprise tier's poem ;;concerning 'it. Irritation; cures the cold b cau eit'd'riv that they did not allow the childrento according to Sanitary Measures and the

and who. has cultivated drained Miss Mamis, L. Blowers, of Porto the inflammation witness the corner 'stone laying
lands,,'and witnessed the efforts J of Rico, spoke on, "Woman's Work in s ; exercises. The lesson in local. patriotism I "Old andMatured"
B-- '* others ii\ their cultivation and is That Country," }Ir.. Theodore Richards builds up the weakened tissues such an event would, have installed only thing in it remaining -

SfeV i-.. *. ''therefore capable of speaking intelligently of .Hawaii; described his work because it nourishes them backto tile impression that would f

| > _. on the subject; among the South Sea Islanders their natural strength. Tq'at's'howScott's have been revived in after life at the I are our

.. :A careful reading,.of the letter There, were also addresses, on MISsionary sight of .the building-these vrere far
tn which'follows, will 'no doubt enlighten subjects by Dr. T. E. ,Burton, Emulsion deals witha more important to each child's moral l

: fc .1, many. :who know absolutely nothing of :Ohio; President M: Slocuni. 'of sore throat, a cough, ii\scold, and mental well being than any lesson -

.EC'.--;- x.::. .. of,.the' conditions.-Bradentown Jour* Colorado University, and President J. or bronchitis -V it learned that day from the printed j Whiskies Wines i Beer.
nal. '' : In fact, the school cmidren
4 H. Bradford, of New Jersey.,, -- <. { page. ,
; ,'Kissimmee, Fla., 'Sept 25, '1906. During:the proceedings hymns were' WE'U SEND YOU should be in.some' way a feature of i

: is f To the Editor of the.'Times: sung by the jubilee quartet from Fisk -:' A SAMPLE ,FREE. every'' such celebration, these future .

y-. 5I have read'.witb inieresj ,(3dvenxor University, ? .of.* e>; citizens.-Times-Union. Our way of doing business is the ,
.* Broward's speech delivered in Tam i .
"-.= The: Irish Home Rule Question. 40w4 134,717,580 BARRELS OF ,OIL mode
,5 j ; pa-and would request|you to print a same courteous and appreciative
s4 l. : ,few facts-the' other side pf the pic- Special to the Ocala Banner: ,
:," "; "re." London; ,0et\ 23.yVery )important -- -' j Year's Production In the Fields; : of
rM.. : \.r..., r'>: 'J'- 'shad several years'experience..: '- _.:In matters(are}set for consideration (:during '"Some" ofithe' '" Reasons, .' Why ThijT-State the United States. we have employed for years and any
constructing canals to draIn' much i the present session of ParliamentR'ich Offers the Greatest' Inducements' -

_ lands; as the superintendent of the commenced today including the J.: "' Washington D. C., Oct. .-During favors bestowed us will receives
rit1antJe and Gulf Coast Canal and Irish Home Rule Bill which Is expected <. The, 'following. from the NampaTimes the jyar 1505 the oil fields of the upon

; Okeechobee. ., Land company. About will :pas?; the commons with ;sets forth the advantagesFlortds United States produced. 134,717,580
I : *** offers the farmers at the present barrels of petroleum, as against 117- r ct and prompt attention
J .. thlrty. \:miles of canali, weredug !in a sweeping maS ritr. !
ft; the |upper Everglades or the 'lands Should the' bill ''be''rejected''by'th' time that comment would be su- 080,580 barrels in 1904 according to ,
ffb bordering Lake Okechobee, ,and these the Lords, resolqtions to!':10.drastic nature pernous':: 'lac::- a report issued today by the United ,Our constant aim is '*To Please"

e "bordering-! lands are practically ,all, of will, be passed .' ., > 1t is :becoming.generally recoghizIsdthatjFlorida States geological -survey. This was
{ the:Vat EVerglades that is''not absblutely dealing with t igli: OUB *. is about the only greater bi***.636.620 than the production ",

worthless. | The hopes:of rash 'Nat1o 1alists' are stale in the country that, had j any .in any previous year, although. Try us and be convinced.

For., "thirty years or;, more I .have high..now that .great daY+,in Irish,. really "cheap land for farming ((pur the value of' the' oil produced was
f :: watched the efforts of others InxultiTaUo'n. history is 'approaching.- Owing to poses. ;This state of things J-S.due $17,018,056 less than that of 1904 Respectfully

\ of muck landsAmong them the necessity of'th Irish _Catholic! to two facts One is that.Floridahasnever During 1905 there was a notsb'ledevelopment yours,

c the"present State Chemist, R.E. Rose,: members 'bitterly: opposing the :governments been'.regarded -as a su1t&bii"i'e- in the mid-continental

whosent about $60,000. onhigmuck *;jeducaUoiTbinr jjiere 'J.asf gion for "profitable farming fajongf oil field, and the completion of a pipe '

i faOD and made ,a complete, failure.'. e1'a.: constant possjbilitx;otavbreak. those' substantial! lines with*Whi h line from Humboldt Kan, to Whit STRA USS& CO. ,

..H AIs''".now telling GOtemQt..Broward" between...theJiberals.aadthe.nation.. theme: .fajmers |of the countryarea ing, Ind., marked an important step

-'_ ud the people of Florida.ot the great alists. This has caused Home Rule generally familiar. 4tThe! in the, transportation of oil.

r. fettilt of.' the Everglades' Ai |C. Bill t Before now.f Y "I fi 0 other| that the balance of theland
--i Ri9m n'spent $100,000 at Southp '. fcUl/that! li'now overf ana hence- hash been Eso a assidiously sought|sandtaker ROOSEVELT TO OPEN FAIR. Wholesale( and Retail Liquors,

1 zr ,Facie Goblet ,expended ,full I Esc t ifthtihe Irish!%tionalislsaVfe4ike-; ;": that there is none lef that. ,

.. v 1and a number of, others, In iy to support Sir Henry ampbell-_ may be considered cheap )1 Accepts an Invitation to Speak at OCALA FLORIDA.Southern i

'd II. Towne,'df Tampa, spent Bannerman in anticipation, of the'bill "It is gradually becoming ttoi..)>q Jamestown April 26. .

Jafguma and failed to produce to the brought in February It is known that staple farming 'c%\:' >e -
eloprfprofitably.. Thisbwasfih T : satdpoa the; best= antho"rity:-that this with mojmmfort rconducte3hnFlorida Washington, Oct. 23.-President /

., <" '" sioa muck lands in the vicinity- bill will be a' sweeping measure of and more profit than In||hose Harry St George Tucker of the -=-

-r\. .*,Kfeamee,. which have not been inundated local government but that it will not sections :.which have heretofor been Jamestown exposition, today calledon

Y : >:" since' 1894, 'and are far regarded as superior. Peop1. Mare President Roosevelt and notified
su- : grant a separate parliamentMeeting
__ ta ,* p.rlo5to'any jii the Everglades. learning that there may be rais3cat-. Him that, April 26 next"had been decided Railwa

may'-. "pfewgreat St. Cloud :/sugar pianta.j.tienf of Medicos of Three States. tie, horses and hogs, with as'much)or upon for the opening of the

_ y' 1i: can be purchased for,less than Special to the Ocala Banner:' more facility than elsewhere fjhey exposition.,

,"'4J liteildiugs; cosi; 'that now stand .on Chattanooga, Tenn. Oct. 3.:-"Two are, coming were in President Roosevelt gave his prom- .

-[= .- 1LIt iseneeda has aa5 footrcana! bundred' delegates,;were.i present+..todayl0ta bar /in* "*pjodnttipn*oi'lfvestockthucCess Ise to attend the opening ceremonies :'2 Vestibule Trains, East. INo. 34No.| 30 j North and West. INo 1 .
t, ( fife,eighteenth 'an nual,se; sionoltheri = 'bring and to'.deliver an address.. He will - -! 9.05aP----. I' .
: lhropglttAaetaWlardFgauge! raii!- "R! heI11 bth- Lv Jacksonville..So. Ry I Lv Jacksonville .3orRF! U5i
:- ruaont,;,. ; ngtistan .'telephon e ; : tata \Medica1.. Mietxwhich ers;...and sopopulation*will-accumu! be accompanied. by Mrs. Roosevelt ::Lv Jesup ,".......So.. Ry11.3Qa! ,111. Qpj.L '''JesuD'--" ..Hh...._ .So. R 1OJOp!
,: 'connection, postoffice and school, an i is composed of the most promicenfpaysicianrbfXJedrsIaT late' and the price of land( go higher and thAi'* ''" ".Mer Ethel. Lv Savannah .....So.Ar. .' Rv 1.20p l...15a jAr Macon ..... .....-.. .,S o. Ry 2.50s

_ L abaolately-''' "<hMspotrfreertfOn"malaria ''Atabaida TSougfi nol"for aTSTgntime to thlnpftreme Columbia, ...So. Ry 6.55a I.e.00a i|Ar Atlanta .....'.. ... So, Ry 5As. .&
__ 'and'ins cts. Compare this: and Tennessee. now the fertile RESCUED AT SEA. Charlotte ....So. Ry10.05p 9.55aAr!: Rome ............ So.. Ry 'IrA!
with.the-.malarJous.and-inse-ct. : B:"Cookeofr'akville; Tenn:: states."The ".* -> : *" f "i *\<---more- Ar Greensboro ...So. Ry 12.5Ca205a I2.51p ''Ar Dalton .,,...:. .. .So. Ry: M.-
'' !' den More East Coast Extension Empf yes Ar Danville ....So. Ry 2.10p I Ar Chattanooga ... .. .So. Ry19.
A- r aIr' of the wilderness known as the i the president, delivered the annual farm of the future In Florida '
: Saved by Mallory Steamship.i Ar. Richmond ..:.So.:Ryj{6.58ai'6.42P: : Lexinton .u..... .Q. & C. i.2fit
Everglades. and then name its value. address his subject being "Medicineand will be a large one,, and land is never Ar Lynchburg :.So. Ryf 4.17a 420p1A'.Cincinnati ..... ...:..Q.: & C47.443
ridges spoken of so Things The meeting this year high in price until it is thickly
1 "slightingly : pop- The Mallory Liner Colorado, which Ar Charlottesville.So. Ry 6.02a 6.lOplLv Cincinnati ......C. Ht & D{ SAW
by Governor Broward are was of much greater importance than ulated. .When the lands of Floridaare
-4' : ''arrived in Mobile yesterday, had on Ar Washington. Ry 9.45a 9.50p Ar Chicago. .........Big Fob 7.1Oa;
more valuable, for agricultural, purposes any of its predecessors as the subjectof covered with people in the proportion bard. E. Melsoi Charles Olsen, Ar Balt1mre*'..*.P, R. R. 11.3va 11.25p Lv Cincinnati ..... .Pa. Lines} 8J5gl

_ .. and the sum already ,spent by, 'a district branch of the American that they will support' when Charles Anderson and j Otto Brink, who Ar W.. Philaa.P. R. R. 1.45p 2.35a Ar Chicago ,,. ..... .Pa. Linesj; 7.1Oa
the state is far in. Association will be consider R. 6.2Ca
excess of the real Me3ital; the cultivating people are fully occur were picked up off: Key WesL.Iel.. Ar New York..P. R.. 4.1Sp Lv. Cincinnati ... .C. H & D.Moaon. 8.45?
italue of the portion of.the Everglades e'd., 'The istric| branch will include pied when the.scieneetof farming. Is son he. saw seventy-nine men Ar. Chicago ...'. . 1Ja.
t. says '
possible to reclaim. Kentucky* J&raisSana;and! ;Florida and rapplied, wen every; acre Is used:'for drowned from a houseboat,which was Thro' "The Land C of the Sky."INo.20Tw'r.inclnnati, .... .%C. H. & D. U5p:

f Dd'the little icjilcpartyJu! besie h.th tales &, the Tri-"sstat all there ls in it, when fertilizing,and wrecked in :Lv Jacksonville ..... ...So. Ry 7.55pf iAr Toledo ....... ....Big Four 5Qtw:"
off: Florida
Long Key ,
-- -. ;"turned from ,Okechob $, wen I they I IJ So ety..| On thisubject addresses intense fcultifation are the rule*:then last week's storm. The, four i Lv Savannah .....!...So, Ry'12.15a i Ar Detroit. n ...... .Big Four ...
aid '"Okeecho ee could 3)6. easily i wed| |. edz. Dr.* V': l.Haggard, i !the price if/FloriJaJand will '$o to who the Colarai&s i':Ar Columbia .. ... ... So, Ry -eiooa LT Cincinnati .... .. .BIg Four! .U, r
drained.** remember that 'L kcTpkeechpbee -" Nashville, Tenn"; X A. Davidson, higher figure than anywhere else were found by Ar Asheville ..... ....So". Ry 1.50p Ar Cleveland ... ... .BIg Fouij usal: :

took care of the rainfall of Augusta, -(fa.; Dr. W. F.. McAudry, in the .country crew standing on avraft' made out of Ar Hot Springs. N. co. .So. Ry 2.37p Lv Lexington ....... .So Ry
the Kisslmmee. valley territory I' Birmingham.. .Ala., vice-president and six logs, in the water waist Ar Knoxville .....4.-.So.. Ry 6.0"F "?- Louisville ... ,... So. Ry 81--

4,009 square miles in extent, as .well by Drk Raymond Wallace, secretary, or a 'Two Cent Stamp. deep at the' time Melson said he :A- Louisville ..... ....So. Ry 8.5Ca Ar. St. Louis ... .. . So, Ry 1.3%&, t
= as :the raflfal of its A Dr R. West, treasurer ,, and the other men.were on a houseboat Ar St. Louis: ......'....So. Ry, 8.12P
own surf ace, and* ; George Ar Anniston .. ... .. .So, ByjlQTOSo.
v ... ,.. which. #Last year was 7 Inches? And'I both f city '. *% -A common process has been discovered at Long Key :when the storm Ar Cincinnati ...Q. & C.} 8.1Ea Ar Birmingham .,. .. RyflUIPjiExcellent
S have seen .Kisslmmee river stretch 4 .. tbiS 5 z. "' to possess healing properties not struck them, and blew' the boat to ; Ar, Memphis .. . Frisco} 8.051tc
; -- from' Taylor Creek to Fish Eating 1 Three Real. 'Romances.' 'knqwnfheretofore, but surpassing any sea. It soon went to pieces, and out Dining Car Service on All Ar Kansas City ... . ,Friscot t._} "'*'=.

i'r' creek, a distance, ofat- least thirty 4 i45,4 _4wr ( .1 other drug. The discoverer will, fora of the 125 men on board seventyfivewere "Through Trains. Memphis' ..... .. . ... .I. JJlat
;': inlles. Think of Here are three real life romancesfound two cent stamp, tell anyone whatit drowned. The other forty-two i Hot Springs ......... ., .,,,.., J. z',
a' sheet of water Is. Address X, Phillippi Fla. 9 12m
'"'.' thirty: miles wide and from four to in the news of a single day. have since been taken to Jacksonville :1f

t ,ten fet deep pouring into Lake Okee Take your pick: Track Laying on Key West Exten.' : The men suffered terrible, hard No. 34-"New York and ,Florida Express' Daily Pmlman Dra1l'in\. ; ,;

chobee;. and then consider* it Tai!> In Nbnistown,..Paf fifteen minutes -, sion Will Soon Begin. .ships. The men say the loss faf life :Room Sleeping Car Port Tampa and Jacksonville to New York. '"'
F pie .matter" to carry*jt off 'through after marrying Amanda"""McClain,; Wal The work "laying the track was heavier off Long Key than at No. So-Washtn'gto and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Draxis .

v uy canals, :; ( >i ter."r Johnson' took ;'a drink. of whiskey.... the Florida East. Coast railway extension on- any other point The men' were employed ]Room No.Sleeping Car Jacksonville New York, Dining Car. '<
In addition to this Handy deserted at once and will sue by the Florida East Coast railway 3oDaUyPullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Car betwe :
-' enormous flow in the keys will commence Jacksonville Hendersonville Asheville, Hot Springs Knoxville and Cb : .
r i of water is for divorce.In ,on the rextension work along ; "
it a fact that the lower this week, says the Miami Metropolis, ciunati. -
.. portion of the Everglades$ are subject Mauch Chunk Park, Pa.. Agnes practically' all of the work, including the Florida keys from Miami to Key No. 13 Florida Limited-Dally s olid vestibnled train. Through day.-5-

x -\ to tides.' Canals in this portion Sullivan, ten minutes before she was the, laying of ties, have been completed West. coaches and Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars Jacksonville to Atlaata -

: oi me state would be useless. It is to marry Chas. Arner called a friend on- all of the keys except plan- Chattanooga and CindnnatL Ale o Pullman Sleeping Car Jesup to Ccfr-::{
". I and ,said: "Tell Charles I do not love Blow Was the'Hardest Since the orado Springs Col. via Birmingham Kansas
a.fact that dry muck will burn equal tation key, where there is till some Memphis City. _

: to straw, and thousands of dollars him,and therefore cannot marry- ,him." work to be done. ., Year 1876. J. A. Freeman, District Passenger Agent 108 W St. Jacksonville, FIa: "
She didtfFelthenIn Old residents of this section report : Bay di(
r have been'speut fighting fires in the, Track laying will commence on Kek that last Thursday's storm was the S. H. Hardwfck, P. T. M.; W. H. Tayloe, G P. /.; Brooks Mcrgar* AG.P
lola Kan. ten C. H. :
,Jjinuck, and thousands of have years ago .
: acres Largo and continue, on south from k _
: f been destroyerd by fire in this vicinity. Gramley met Charlotte Hayes. Only most severe since 1876. In that year -
one key to another. The rails are
t. When once the Everglades Is once did they talk.. Then he went off now arriving. here was a.blow that banked the water
remembering. The other his circumstances up in the bay so that it overflowedplaces. .
dry enough for cultivation, will the day The trestle and
pier building are
Internal improvement 'board keep up having' changed. Gramley also that have never since been ATLANTIC ,
progressing! nicely. At Long COASTLINE
overflowed, and even the pine trees L
Hunted Miss
up Hayes and she is
organizing fire Companies to out
put Key,where the worlds considered the
the now )Ir }Grainley.. Kansas City were blown bare of needles.-Miami
fires! or will the Louis vilte-J: N
& most difficult seventeen concrete
Nashville railway company"'bear this Lif'I.. e.' .. p" L '. News. -, THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA.
'.. i piers have already been built and ,
expense after the five counties- drain, .M'.} ,' .-- ..... ? :,' ; .t' others are,under way. A total of be- Mr. and Mrs.. F. E. Haskel, who owna --CONNECTIONS- _'}:

; it: for themTHDlsborough Williston Baptist Church.. tween three hundred and forty or beautiful home at "'eITsdale. S
must remember that on Tothe East Over Us Orails to Savannah, Charles ?
-.YI'r Gentlemen- forty piers be built at this place. Lake Weir, have returned from Lake '
; ': the five counties to be skinned. for It's sound sense that we tell you. Up to a few days ago the work was Toxaway and other North Carolina Richmond,. and Washington, th&nce viaPR: -,

f .the worthless, impossible dream are It will cost Jess: 'dollars to paint retarded by the nonarrival of machinery _AU Rail sylvania Ry. '
resorts, where
A her neighbors your church with L.- & M. 'Paint, be- they spent a .
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and but these '
supplies, :
are it4ash' .
very delightful summer. t' Via Montgomergand Louisville
cause more painting Is done with one ;; t"
H Respectfull.W,1. .
Duzor in ,
now on the ground, and the engineers f :
via Dixie "
ti- Tampa Times.. gaIJolD4LM.. than with two gallons "" Flyer route and Atlanta .{ #it"
to mak
lP..fT Jpf other .and the LwfeMZincs1xardens expect g eater progress in If Hearst has the faculty of selecting ."Vest .' .

'ft-: A r Young Mothef at.}o.I" I Lend' and makes!]Lie the L.L.t&'&fSllWhite- .$ Paint the ti? the 1fuUlrtf"\JIaterlaI j Fvaious) operations is being as rapidly rushed pewspapers the best and he best ablest writers men far his To the Eas Via Savh. ,& Ocean S.- 8. Co. for Newt ::
4: and
** ** r'- Phila and Boston.. 3. ?
_ &pcfc, I "My mother, suddenly became young wear like iron, ;& possible and'a'tilg showing will be the 'cartoontst..whY Via Norfolk
; will be
_ > at 70.- Twenty years of intense suf. Any church will be given a liberal made during the next six weeks., ; be. able .to, select the not Via. York, Wash'ton. and B'ltmore. Via Sapp. -.-
_- t 't fering from dyspepsia had entirely quantity free whenever they paint. The health of all the men continues .best men for "-' 5- Merchants and Miners Trans. Co.andPhiladeiphia. For Balms
_ ( tag > .. disabled her, until six months ago 4 gallons of 1.. & M. mixed with 3gallons' 5004-and but a very few are leaving,state, positions' when' he 'getS, to be'- Steamship.*' { -
'tT{ ::when she began taking Electric Bit'tera linseed oil will paint .a 'mod, contemplating have' governor.Frank. ? ,, _

:which have completely cured erate sIze' house "' good:'foo3.,. comfortable leaving.: quarters They and 'Key.Wesr, ;. .(':..t ... -Via' .Peninstilar. &.Occidental .';"'_' ci};
; Ei .t her and restored thet strength'she Actual cost L. & M. about130 per. r" "V. "''!M :
.K 5teamehip-Havana
receive sufficient : .. ".
A had in the prime of.. life" writes Mrs gallon., i pay to make the positions L. Stanton's. poetry never '
-' W.. IK Gilpatrick. of Danforth Me J. E.,Webb. painter Hickory, N. C.. -;worth' holding. on to.-tSL, Augustine lage and 'never-grows'stale. Henever, _-] ,,,' -:: .....-.;.
Greatest restorative medicine OIl the writes. 'Tiouse-painted with L. ,& M. Record.' has1'a"dull line. He/Is genial, bright > ..' KIRKLAND '" .
re., slope. Sets stomach liver, ;' and kid. 15 years ago have not needed.painting t' "I radient,' enthusiastic and .optimistic, \'Y..CA.RR, Trav. Passt 0 J. G. Dir. ....,..:'j "' '
_ : ,, 's .: _en .rights purifies the, blood, and since.If'' Like raindrops In the sunshine his -...:,' "'E'TAMPA.. FLORIDA.... ,.'. .' .::: '
v cores malaria biliousness and ,weak-I Sold by Mclvst& MacKay lag 1 poetry 'sparkles" 'P C. '. ;:;Tra ltf.lll:'' : -'
: 'area; Wonderful nerve tonic;. Pricceiat Florida..te ."...r. TJ,< ,..,. and gives ouf" always 'WlU'I'E.geD. ": Pw. Agt. W. J. 'CRAIG, Pus. 'r-, ; :: =
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_ 50 .\ Guaranteed by Tydings& } ranee, .".. '. 't'- ,** N*, CLve ,,- ,- .
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i. Variety Bakery; is ,now! prepar : < ; .l
_ = Solid Quarter:oak three piece;suits *d,to ship bread, pies and cakes on o L Jhe..AtlaSa J !ConsUfution cape .that

it'ad, individual ctairs in the newest short netie. .Give:me ,a ,traiL .x if Luther ,Burbank'. the, poiaollgical xf .

.".* 4 .Designs,..can be fouad at the,best,furniture > wizard< of the -Pa lflc_"slope, will, i : :81.
?-,.., 1' .; store in' town. : .-That's. the j A.:L. IWebb's"- Clearance !Sale 18Iloo.OD Drugatgfs rive'th ---world.:!< 'wwaleschestnut READ 7I1H o.C' :111 : ;

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i:, ';:: ",; "N; ., ; ...., ,:... WARNED, 'BV7'PRES- ,, DENT'. '\
; '
; q nK'rffi\D I .rE"iMER Negro Battalion, Must Tell: on:Offenders .
_ ; \ ,: ,J"'' tl 1 1 t. t 1 Ill/ ppoinf Our Fatisnfs.
or.' Be Disbanded.El i
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2: ;ti N) ..AB J.A 1N0 U LACED Reno, Okla.-pct, IS -Itj became ft t tltt it 1 Sp 1 iL; l .ssI aid bU.Iariir. beam.IIM h.sad FaIH'Ntoo.1.'..' ..i.

known, here today that E. A. Garling- t.Ip.t+uta.ut eoa..u BIoo4 a
... ,. Jj pill ;tpt1
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ton inspector general of ,the United .-.U7 to a1a aI .ta,.,.; lAd d
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f { 'UBoUut
;: _" fa., ;Julia, ; I palmer, announces'the: month" :'visiting!; Jyarious eastern> chic States, army read all/order ,from ,,JP,; l't ; t.sty. .Jl of 4Jo Gearrstoeteetr,1tm*J C0.ii ta taitiMUoa orj....Ad Ue4a"rlof>3 <

i as:.;ement0f her daughter, ,Miss and points of interest and after the President Roosevelt several days ago JttSAMiMGOa 'I, .... duaaee. De. H. L Ittou! V
.- firSt .of' December "they will to the; battallion jot the !'iVenty-fifth ttlt A11JUItA j i tIUtI &h"let eaaatues seeiaie; soils
India be Jat
.,4(3ie: Palmer and Mr. wiliam Of CiIfUa'P'Jlldauau.V OU. -
home Owensboro Infantry nereb stating ,that the. ,battalion ....a SU trntawl Qf caroms 44ianal0 8 sea.....
r lor ?Alsop; ''of Owensboro, Ken- atJ ] greaterportion 1 must give .th'e names of, ,the r ue tail mt4i4tJ u4.Seatrtoat ota, -
al Miss Palmer has spent the I _lit eqldHd 11 a:11A. "' a14 1M.
r.< ,. .. of her 'life' In' Ocala 'andfis men in the recent Brownsville Tex., t t't rldYpt ,....... rel.u4 1.tel/a fir. ..tub clef! v
I t t i ult. bon Sd'MIII4iai preis+ltos. Odra ..
k Fhe, marriage. of. .Miss Palmer and one of ,the, most, popular members]pt disturbance 'or be dishonorably: disc t t t l tttl Sa sv/ty rnplC. u4 w. ..,..ao, ..s ka tLe

:'ff ,Ji 'l Aliop'wlll take place on the'moming the' younger. society '.set She posS: charged.. The trouble in Brownsvillewas 1 t t t t ,1 t 1 t iS lad yirsdsas urea etteaduta snag to.,"P1arl1... tGa.UW. .

_;:,r ?of Wednesday, October the thlr..ofttyflrst jses beauty. charming mannersa" between these negro troops and IhllI$ l j *i i .1 11 / I. sdaltawna' ,< ts/w M weue yadit ta4o
; .
0 0.D.*Of walled for
E'Nae.it.1st_, ,
_ at Dunedin and will be lively disposition and has endeared: the citizens. .cau.. Osr tera for tiwtr,M tvcn* ,.. ..+
'. ..,. "i;">very ,quiet home wedding. The I herself to :a ..large circle. -of friends, The inspector general came here a./rattala.pet meat*.(mU eeettOd Jne lelid.dr. and n Kr MI s.rh

-f' bride's two brothers- Mr. Harry who .will wish, for her .every happU' from San Antonio and had the battalion EDlR. S sEsai e1j" => io .llw
5 ;Palmer',and Vvoilfield PalmerWill : lined,up on the parade ground. ,
'. ; go nessin her new nome. j 11I..y cad 81ad treattty
: down Dunedin After delivering his -.-.ultimatum he ydr.aer., Enta..I..i1 ., "... "hi.I
tq next, Sunday Mr, Alsop is to be
warmly coni mall..... Gataft..
:f tape present at"the wedding"and Miss gratulated upon 'the bride that be gave them .unit nine o'clock Monday talea i l'aa U4 LI.... =- ., Ji

::-, 'Pauline. Sullivan, .of this city whoisjnow has won. .He ,is a wealthy and prom; morning obey. The time limit was Dtuam 1Nhrr&all..f won.... ...a.u.. es.e. of UIII"... -
visiting j! isa Palmer, having inent young genueman of Owensboro exthended day but it, is believed OCK m4tttoa Uywi v* rick er a Os ..
e acxt7ni' B&lMkt for
'. -gone down Io"attend7the wedding.1Mr and will introduce his young wife ia {to nothing was revealed. Gen. ..Garling- &' .urD ADVIO fees<6 C. n..r : 31

_ ; and, Mrs. Alsop will' 'go .easton ; large circle of cnarming ....friends. 'in ton made Inquiries and took several l katituuitrt1 3lps:: II .... _-
'1 ". affidavits and left. It is' believed he
t,! : their wedding, trip spending a his Kentucky' home. t:: .
s. fc <" went to Washington to consult the .

'':: T \MAJOR' ROBERT... GAMBL'E. --Ti I what a real, wuuerness that section- president Say RED ROCK ,

J. was. The families living in the 10 FEVER CASES IN HAVANA. and say it PLAIN C. V. Rob rU
'.Tallahasseeana". have long 'accustomed county at that time: might have been .

e themselves to regard this as counted on one's fingers, and there Authorities Working Hard to, Stop 'for imitations are and Licensed Embalmers

:one:. of the oldest settled sections, of was no regular communication with Epidemic-No American Patients. vain.Sold -
the outside world, schoonerto in .
except by
the'state. and. so, it is; yet ''there ,6c the very best work and
- : St. Mark's, once In six weeks. | Havana Oct. 18.-While there is use

: T. .curreoV-in.thls city last>:week an event There, was no communication with some apprehension with regard to and best methods. '

y which brought to ,men's minds reali- Tampa by land or water-not so yellow fever the situation is not regarded

= zations of the fact that the history much' as a cow trail through the as especially dangerous.. The ( Iiaeedtate After t1ou.

} than woods. There Major ,Gamble. purchased number of cases under treatment in at groceries in .
:'of Tallahassee Itself 'was' briefer
.. thirty-five hundred of Havana this evening is ten' makinga
.. acres land bottles and
on draughtat
:: '):; the. duration of one man's life. and with one hundred and ten total for October of thirteen. There CO.
Nearly ninety-three years ago slaves and a few expert workmen are at present one case at Cruces and all founts. t

{ Robert,Gamble ,was born,in. Richmond who had strayed, into that section two at Cienfugos. corn t North Main Street, and OckUirJa -

Virginia., Nearly seventy-nine years he bagan clearing land and the manu- Dr. Carlos Finlay chief of the' department *' *?!# Avenue. -

ago Robert Gamble: lad;;of fourteen, facture of brick for the erection of a ; of health and sanitation,1 ? +pewH Nfcat! P' '1\0 ft and WT.

} ,first, came to Tallahassee. The present residence and sugar mills. Sugarwas said tonight that while fever in Havana .
city of Tallahasse did''not exist. made in large quantities use was epidemic the situation was j'

It is believed that not a house nowstanding the major's own language "enough; not one to cause serious alarm, and .
in this, city had then been there that the THE _
molasses to float the United StatesNavy. was every expectation t
'erected. Since Major Gamble came ." This was sent .by schooner to spread cf the disease could be con -

here as a boy to make his residence Mobile .New Orleans and New York trolled. Most of the patients are

..men and women nave been born, have .and brought satisfactory prices. Spanisa laborers, .who continued their ) Conjxiye
;grown) up and fought life's battles In 1858, Major Gamble disposed of vocations 'after infection. There, 'havebeen

,ave- grown old and have; died. Darling .'I his Masatoa property 'to' a companyof : no American cases. -

: :this period, practically the whole LouisIana sugar planters .for $lS0001) ,.I Major Kean of the medical de- -

of 'Florida's history has been made ., The civil war following: closely partsient: does not regard the situ

.= and recorded. Social institutions after, the slaves. were freed, and, ini anon with apprehension.' He said ;
-; : 'have developedand' changed and pasr I i the unsettled condition 3f the country this eveiiing that the work of mosquito Y

ed away. Yet taJoi Gamble; never :the business was 'abandoned. The : extermination was progressing .
seemed an ageworn'm n. His whole I vigorously and effectively' and that
; major returning to middle Florida[ ,
5 life compared ;with the average allotment where he'.spent the# r mamingyears general sanitary work was being undertaken 1+11 and, Varnishes,

of :man, seems.wonderful Indeed of his long life-a,comfort to'his on a larger scale than be-

;: both In point _of duration ,and friends and an ornament: to society.Major .. fore. He believes that the sewar- Mining Supplies
incidents. of Havana is an important necessity ,
Gamble married 'the daughter ; age
Major Gamble was a remarkable in this connection, as the cesspools -
of Judge Thomas Randall 'and u, u ntine Snpplies
character He was at once one of =: although under ground are ,
Laura; Wlrt, ids wif %'She was the
the most polished \ emen- original mother children, Laura prolific breeding places for mosquitoes Improved =
; Farming
of{ Tools]
thinkers and .useful citizens who VoorheeaL Katherinei Elizabeth and ,. the insects escaping through ;

have lived In. this'city'and" he has Robert Gamble, who died at' birth.. Hew the air tubes.' -
left upon the society 'and the Institu s an edler in the Presbyterianchwc1L Major Kean regards the. impressing lslteI OUR PRICES

tions of his old home an impress both Ji upon the, various' municipal au-
: ot, _TaUahassse.. for;,.,.fifty i
eiii! ;itag an"d ,asL ; Alta Ilifi'be'ewhea I I years and aMason for nearly authorities of the need of carrying out
the last century wasyoirng, 10.1 health measures as' one' of the' prin- I, II
j long a xit time: He t:diedY October ,
,aau, "throughout its unuKe. E 1"'leIlth, ;::: 06, in his ninety-third year, being cipal problems in Cuba.
.: was both friend and associate of .;Ill and active up to the time of Company

; the leading citizens and public per- !.! last illness. i Light Votes No-, .
.state Reddick PUu'OcL 19 1906.
sbnages '. JEFFERSON, BELL T.'c't ---"- -.. ....
!;:>li'into"a great 'American common- '!< To the Editor Ocala Banner:
'r7. wealth. He had been a friend of all ,. To Wed a Princess. ;| Vote against article No. 29, constitutional Manufactured- by THE RED, ROCK

; Florida's governors and prominent of- Professor Jerome B. Landfield, of amendment, or in the increase COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida.

r ficials. He had been a notable figure .the University: of CV.ifornia is twed 'of pay for our circuit judges. I --- ----- -
}n 'tie-'chanains :.social :Ute;ot the.old, the'' Princess -Limba Labanov of I wrcce to the clerk of the supreme I" 4

south, and he had adapted hlmsejf'p one of the noblest houses .in the courts of North Carolina, South Caro It'Will'PayYou.

| the 'new conditions.and,:ra3. aa ors realms ot the 'Czar. Besides beinga lina, Georgia, Florida Mississippi and

lament to the social litreary and princes; she Is a very wealthy ones: 'Texas, asking for information as to

jBemi-publiC' 'life of, the. present .'gen Professor Llhdfleid. -occupies the the salaries of their judges, cost of
eration.H chair of history In the California f clerical help numoer of cases actedon \.

:f Robert Gamoie. was the eldest son University.:. Jn[ :order to study the etc- in 1905 and from their replies ,

of, John, Grittan Gamble J' of" 'Rica*. 'conditionsaadpast# | of tiieCra s empire I get the figures I quote:. I..... ,
mond;' vlrginlaUaailoflNanC i Peyfon, 'he!spenLlast-summeri at .'St. Pet North Carolina pays her supreme :=' '

.youngest daughter of Governor Christopher ersburg. He met the princess at a court' judges $3,000 a year each or You have any R al'Estat !

Greenup of Kentucky. He was reception. Those who watched the $9,000. Nothing said on other inquiries IF to sell, yt.

born in the old family resldea-e:: on' par. ,suspectediront,the_ first.nat., .IV. the South Carolina pays her chief .'
Gamble's"Hill..-'RichmondMonl'Decem' ;; end""would" be.;. Several Officers "who justice $3,000 per year associate OR tYou're

;;"ber8, 1813.- -His, -fatber-and uncle are''dose to' the "'urged him to judges $:,800 a, year each and the

'who were partners were large Importing stop the match, but he refused to interfere clerical help cost $3,200 a year; or a IF thinking of
merchants owning their own total of $14COO yearly. Texas pays Florida for a home.

ships and were,ruined financially by her three supreme judges $4,000 eacha "

President Jefferson's policy of embargo -. Quinsy, Sprains and Swellings Cured. year and total appropriations for OR : .: \

enforced against; the British in "In ,November 1901 I caught cold supreme court $20,000 per year and

w the War of 1812. and had the quinsy" My throat was tvO cases acted on.. You: desire to invest in
This reverse of fortune was eventually |swollen, so 'I could hardly breathe. I Florida payj six;supremd court IF kind of Flor daproperty,
1o .
'Pain Balm and
the cause of removal of the applied Chamberlain's judges each $3,0v yearly and clerical
relief in a short time. In
Florida in' 1827,. where both gave help over $5,000 making a total TO SEE
j: family to two days I was all 'right, says Mrs. ,
'''brothers, became large cotton planters -".L. Cousins Ottertwrn, Mich. Cham of over $23,000 and two hundred cases OR WRITE .

SSI 'on their respective estates of berlain's Pain Balm is a liniment and acted on..
and Waukeenah..- is especially 'valuable for sprains and The amendment calls for an increase .

d ., iWeelaunee,Robert Gamble was fourteen years swellings. For sale by all drug of $6,000 in salaries yearly for Je H. LIVINGSTON $ONSOCALA. O EACH WEEK 4

.t.t'of age at this time. The family came gists. : m 'supreme court judges, and with clerical Iii BETWEEN' '
by private ,conveyance ji help the same expense would I ,
'r |to Florida
School Teachers Meet. FLORIDA.
Richmond, and passed through cost the state nearly $30,000. Thus
< ; from coutny school teachersheld
,.' .Tallahassee on Christmas Eve;; 1S27 The" Marion our supreme court would cost us and New York. :
that night between the SL their first .meeting} of Ibe, year twice as much as it does South Carolina :1
camping 190601.Saturdayy morning at the ar- Burnett
branch and the small ; one half more than Texas or Jerry
; Augustine and the meeting was well at S. C., both -
stream hundred yards east of it on mory nearly as much as Texas and South ways < ,
" a road. He found a tended. Carolina combined. '. H:: T3E COASTWISE SZBVKZ. ': _
the St. Augustine superintendent of MerchantTailoring .
W. D. Cam, .
Mr ,
t village with one street now Now I reason that if North Carolina r
small .
Marion county board of public instruction =s
extending from the old cap- the pays but $9,000 a year, South a
:Monroe, AND
and made splen-
Leon Carolina Texas
site of the 11,400 'a year, $12-
.,; Hoi to the present remarks. Rev. C., C. Carroll and<;
did ; '
t hotel,- Huge stumps occupied the 000 a year and Florida $24TGO;) a year BETWEEN ;
- middle of the1 street While,"on either Mr. C. I. Bittinger also made short in salaries to our high judges, our and Providence
t side were a few one story wooden talks tr the teachers. cost of the supreme court would be ; Ocata. Florida.t'tiiesi Eastern Points. :
The special discussion of the morning f
settlers'obtained greatly out of proportion accordingto
stores from; which the was the securing of libraries for' Imported and CbarleUoa Bath Ways.
and assessed valuation
The major grewto I population '
their supplies.
manhood" and started life in Leon me 'public 'schools and every, effort ;and as the total pay of all of supreme Domestic Cloths. f ; Eli L Y SAILINGS. 4'

county *s f"a cotton-planter;. but as ; of the teachers will be turned in judges would be more than I Cutting a ."! ;- t -' ..................... Fran- 'Lewis' Wu' -:Bcst'
selling ] direction. twice the of North Carolina .
-that product was very cheap, pay ; more Fits Guaraitteetl.er. ,
sometimes. as low as 3 1-2 cents per 'Prof. J. H. Workman, of Ocala.was the. than twice the pay of South Carolina .....!..?rom: flat;) of, Catherine Strssi..Jaczonyife !r
pound he gave that up and moved to unanimously electedpresident ; twice the pay of Texas. Why _
'Jefferson county;-establishing a'tobac.co school teachers' association And Missannttte increase their pay $1,000 each per Johns River Line. ; -

r : farm1 and cigar, factory. This ran. Gist, of McIntosh, who year? Also if South Carolina is two tIARAIf .

long 'smoothly! a>few" years long teaches the Summerfield school association was and a half times our population, twice d; ndc F and Sanford. ._ .: =
his .brand of cigars' to elected secretary. the assesed valuation of property of
r'T enough', for six weeks, the met-- = Seresfard (?elaai ) ad htirmellkti
meet BANK
t reputation In the New York; will 'every Florida, Texas with five times the AAAl .
!,?&" ,--.... ,markets.'years maKe a after which he learnedthat ling i{ bin; called for the second Saturday population nearly!; ten times the valu- $5. \ Vf R. R. Fare Paid. N ca ..StJiu Bite

California andBother In December, ation of .our' state pays $20,000, why taken on ltlop.
fine cigars and cheapest on earth. Coat dslar Write />- of Jacksonville 0,,;
.' : distant parts were* branded ,as. :should we be taxed over $29,000 when 6EOB&IA4U8AUA BUSINESS/ COLLEGE,*icos ". _
-; Wants the, Best and. Sends to Florida. (JftduoavilhT daily, except Satnrda '
Florida with six -
Waukeena cigars as a mark of ex- judges acts on just JS. vy p.tr
: Florida is now shipping oranges to : wulf eurpt:ua4afli It 9a..m. _
:cellence.; half as many cases as Texas does
New Mexico in car .load lots. The UelVER and .
r t..a witn three judges .
After a Jim the .ravages, .
small species -of insect: caused 'great California "orange' ;, grove are much I VOTE NO- LE'' 1 Nortb Bo.ad. e

loss in this =:tobacco.Industry. L: and, nearer. ,' 'but thel: :'New Mexico .people Yours truly Read up --: .'..
: rid'-of ,want! quality in :theit./fruit: and the L. S. LIGHT. -.I r :
t mowmgno? better way-tp. get California oranges can't stand coaiiparlsbn JackJOl\'Ule .. ... ....:...._,. ,"... Arrive a oo ism
:, & 'thIs: destructive -little enemy, Major, frbm ,FlOrida.- i \ _. 'Pa"Lka ___ _"...__ Let t 8 oo p.'at 4 rv- :r
with those satlue4 AHor ._.
jGambl set fire to his factory nd'A' A customer Is the best ad. ? .u..WMM/MY.NMW J 311 Ate
_ .St. Praacit. ..._ :'
mad -
Live ,Oak Democrat. rttseounV satisfaction Is. not lOOp.. ,
; .
\ent'turth r south in search of an* Sanford .____
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Aim but L
only our guarantee. III
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our .Try FON EkAL ... __ ... ..
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:'', 'ANQrtN1.AND :THATMWORSHIPSrj' M.jo enont .Fieminq'' MaileAirthoritative ME riNQjOJ..CITY, :COUNCIL" streets, of city :and recommending T -_ '

CMRIST: 'AnnouncementtoVet-.. : '" I that Ocklawaha avenue be'rep ed
.y ; : -3H A-t "HVThe
I' eranL" with crushed 'flint. "rock was read.
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Russian :Soldier* Who Shot a WoH f Official ''orders"announcing' thV six. city council ,held regular .neeting t ,Mr Robertson movedrreport, be'adopted. rimaleWaaknessi'L
;, maqJiTHer CeIRewarded.f .' teenth annual 'reunion, of the FlorIda 'October,16.,1906"J: ; U''ea11 and'following Mr.' Carmichael seconded. Mr.
.- r '' division,' United Confederate :Yet merbers presents: 'T. J. Owen, Ford :referred the' amendment to the

; >C; [Petersburg, Oct ':!&,-After In- erans;, have ben. "sued 'by. Major E Kr Nelson, J. 'D. Robertson, C.-X motion "That consideration of the "

r mtigattog ,;In: the/ killing of ,.Mile.Semonova General F. P. Fleming through Adjt. Sage and' B., ''A.- Weathers,, five; A. matter be' postponed till 'next regular st Fall, writes Mrs S. G. Bailey, of Tun- ,

;!the young.medical .student General R. J. Magjll. Ms,chief-of-staff Go:Gates,1, J.<'E. ,C1 ace< '0. A; Carmichael meeting," which was seconded anon d nelton, 'N. Va., "I was going down by inches F>S
e confined in' the Central Detention'Prison Especial attention is called to the' and .H. A. Ford came in after roll call carried. Votes cast as ,

'of St. 'Petersburg, whov :was: fact .that. the transportations compan- roll.. calL follows: for amendment, Gates, Owen

i '. ot' killed by a. sentinel on the lea have granted the.lo- rate of one j "Minutes of October 2, 1906, adopted Ford, Nelson,Sage and Weathers taking I I
;c 10th' of .September when she showed cent'per mile plus twenty-fire cents, as read. against amendment Carmichael an

iyr herself,at window of her cell 'over-:- for the round trip, mileage,computed I ;Mr. B. A. Weathers stated Robertson. am not well yet, but am so much better that 1 will .

.lacking'the ; the,commanderof on the actual distance traveled. Full 1 that. of the Upon motion 'of Mr. Carmichael,
Mr. Ludwig,
Petersburg keep on taking Wine of Cardui till I
_ the'fit garrison, in anorder details regarding 'time limit of tickets Harrisburg Foundry and Machine seconded by Mr. Sage, meeting there- am perfectly .t'

; of, he/day, .hasT thanked the ,, et eoldier who killed the girl and has .' C. SISTRUNK, City .clerk. f
\ ticket agents. make" final ;:test of- the/; machinery. at : ;
,; Siren him reward: of $5. The _official Borders which'! are hereWith electric light frlanV Despite the envious attacks of jealous enemies _'

|addition. ._the soldier who:belongs printed in full, ,give, ,other data {Mr. Ludwig thereupon addressedthe Peggy Stewart Day.
to' the Seminovsky regiment. is upheld of interest, regarding the; reunion. council" and -stated that he was Special to the Ocala Banner: and rivals, Cardui i still holds supreme position

i in' the order of the day as an which is held" this year at Gainesville : ? .his 'report Annapolis, Md., Oct. 18.-Peggy: l
:; not, yet ready f0 make in the
_ example' to his comrades pf the faithful and .will be read with Interest by every but would meet, with council at early Stewart Day commemorates the burning today [as past 70 years] for the relief and i;{

performance of duty. Confederate 'veteran in Florida date with sam .: in the harbor'were on October 19, cure of female diseases. It -

",The police at Warsaw today discov The orders are as follows; Communication from.L.. R. Chazal i<74, just before the outbreak of the. stops pain, tones up <

ered' the" headquarters of an elaborately Headquarters Florida Division, asking ounell"''to consider request of evolutionary war, of the brig Peggy the organs, regulates
organized ,band of Terroritists United Confederate Veterans., Jacksohvme Stewart which had brought int- *"a lID AJ\'VICE ,
W. WDowell-pay master of the At-
and.captured members'ofl ; I ton of the plant, so detested the functions and aids Writ* u a tour '
10 ,forty-nine ;Fla., October 15,' 1906: lanatic Coast Line railroad whereinwas port a teat : ov .. =
the.band,. who are, charged, .with paving i "General Orders No.. .7. requested that council reconsider at. that time by'every colonist i in the Fret Advice ir onf,la DUIa- sca>4 tavdopt.rry
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committed many murders and commandingtakes The vessel was named after the replacement ofa A4ftw Udiw'Advisory Deptrtntat
"The ma.jor'general their action'in't! matter of the An- TU QuitiDOCfi Mtdltiat(X Qutuaooz ':
handsome of its
Y robberies.. pleasure in announcing that the train. laying at passenger, depot Mr. daughter owner merchantReferring misplaced organ. >.T ea. '
thony Stewart, Scotch
sixteenth annual 'encampment of the Ford moved, that the passenger .car
A Splendid. Card of Thanks From Florida division United Confederate be allowed north to the action taken by the '
LL to, stand between At\ 'Every Drug Store in $1.00 Bottles.WINECARDUl
when the vessel arrive with i
Hon. W. patriots
Long. Veterans, will be held .at Gainesvilleon and south streets and no other, which
i: : ; Martel, Fla, Oct: 19, 1906'ro Tuesday and Wednesday, the 13th motion prevailed and clerk was instructed its obnoxious cargo, the Baltimore

the Editor Ocala Banner: and iuof November, 1906. to inform Mr. F, H. Huber Patriot of January 29, 1813 says:

In: behalf' of the board of county "Besides all Confederate Veterans, of the action of the council .in ?the "When the party first entered the ,
commissioners of Marion county, the Sons of Confederate Veterans matter' city and was p4ssingon they met

t : kindly allow me _space to return (who! have the privilege the floor) Communication from Marion Hard- Stewart, who was bold ,in opposition.But .
thanks' to the board of trade of Ocala and the Daughters' the Confederacy reduction' his threats only served to increase .
ware company requesting a
and to all persons aiding them, for invited to attend. Our their determination.They .
are. in,the valuation of the personal property ..
_ the' bountiful dinner, furnished, ,the host of Stonewall Camp. No. 1,438., U. was read and on motion referredto erected a gallows just before his ,' -

Large .concourse of, people' assembledIn c.. V., ''and, citizens Gainesville, finance committee. house, bu ,way 'of intimidation, then W. A. KNIGHT. L E. LANG. <

Ocala' at the laying of the cornerstone whose public spirit and hospitality The following bills which were' gave him his choice, either to swingby .
of our' new 'court house; for are known throughout the state are properly approved, were ordered the haltar or go with them on
entertaining our distinguished guests making preparation to insure board and put fire to his own vesseL ANNOUNCEMENT.
every I paid: Regular pay roll of officers,
during their stay, and other courte- the success and enjoyment of theoccasion $255.34; semi-monthly pay roll of He chose the, latter' and in a few

lies; to Messrs. Rawls, & 'Co., for car It is earnestly hoped that electric light $167.50 minutes the whole cargo, with ship's
department, ;
tiageV: buggies and automobiles free there, will be a large and enthusiastic bill' of ,McIver & MacKay, $402.00; tacle and apparel was in flames. This We have just purchased the Wa gon and Harness, business of Messrs.S. .
_ to such visitors;' to the Ocala Rifles attendance. act decided the course Maryland had A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock pf goods everything
of Dearborn
cash H. M.
petty accounj: ,
for leading the procession with thee The Camp Delegates. to pursue and had an extensive influence that Is needful to make it aCOMPLETB LINE-tn every sense of
$21.02& ; Crew, iLevick & Co., $12.50; '
_ : steady step and 'military precision. ofthejfgraduater'pf "2.Each,, camp is entitled to f one Marion Hardware company, $5.70; upon public opinion.. the :word.'' We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mar'ket

West\,[Point;_to. the delegate .for' every: twenty members Western Electric Company, $444.86: McMahon in his history of Maryland ; 'also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety -'
band forf the plendid..music furnished in good standing, and one additionalfor R..E. Yonge & Co, $70.80;' Crosby says: "The tea burning in Bos- vehicles either of which we stand. ready to fully guarantee.
;: during the day and night, and to all ton has acquired renown As an act
-: a fraction of ten members, provided Lumber company, $70.80; H. L. ,An- High Grade
f others who assisted in. making the always that every camp in derson, 10.15; J. K. Austin, $10.15; of unexemplified daring at that day ; Buggies, Serviceable 'Carriages,

occasion a success_ ; to the ladies for good standing is entitled to at least B.; A. Weathers- .$11.30:; H. B. Masters i. the' defense 'of liberty But the Unexcelled Wagons, Harness,

their presence; the Messrs Sol. Benjamin two delegates. The commanders of $20.40;' Charles Peyser, $1045; tea: burning at Annapolis, which' occurred Lap Robes, Etc., Etc. '

and Louis For for their: trip Camps have,.power ,to apopint delegates B:r-iJ. Potter, loi5..: in the ensuing fall, far surpasses -

from Atlanta Ga.. to aid us by their when their camps fail to elect :.Upon motion 'of Mr..Robertson, 'seconded : it in the apparent deliberation

,.presence; to thehotels and railroads same.. 'As soon as delegates are selected by Mr. Ford" and carried, bills :and utter: carlessness' of concealment Turpentine, Wagons a Specialty.We .

for reduced rates; to the people gen- the adjutants of camps will at for;city lightning for $385.40 were ordered :attending the bold measure which led .
iraily,'.who as'a whole, by their moral once report their 'names and those of paid. l o its accomplishmnet The Insistence are Always In Position to Meet,the Prices of Legitimate Competition
? deportment and close attention to all alternates to the adjutant general at ..,. : In its manifestation of public ,

the exercises of the,day,.which,point- these headquarters. Street committee were equested ,feeling, is of a character with those 'We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine -':'

; ed upward and onward; ot' the super "3,, All camps which may be in 11"- to-.bring: up the ordinance referred to :which occurred in other parts of and Farm _,

j intendent of the construction of the rears are urged to promptly remit them, requiring'certain.. property owners the province, and they evince the Wagon.Knight .

court house for waving ezeucted every their dues of five cents per capita to ; to pave' sidewalks between'property "J- prevalence throughout it of the most

detail requested of'him In erecting, a and, streets.. determined and restless opposition
/ the adjutant general so that their I
stand arranging the* grounds, etc., delegates may be- entitled to partici- ',Mr. Charles Rheinauer, made'.report 1 to the measures of ,the British government & Lang

a etc* to the Grand Master and ,Grand pate in the, convention for board of health and read communication j ,
_ r Lodge of Florida for laying 'the cor- "4.. AU members of the division from Leredle and Provost' (Successors StandJev and Co.

jier stone, and to the editors of ,the staff are requested to attend and if vost concerning' sewerage system' of. It is Well to Be Fair.

:Banner and Star for the use of their in uniform. the, city. The Monticello News wants its -.
,appear ., [ .
_ .. papers'a* an(adyert1slng'medium 'and ""5.\\AIl- "committees/, 'brigadecommanders Upon motion, of Mr Ford, seconded readers to' "remember that no lands .. '- ., ,, ,
., 'tte: prompt{ publication of :the_exer- -,are requested to make_ >y'Mr..Carmichael; report of board of will be taxed upon the proposed -- --" -

_ } es" the, day in' full,. for 'editorial their reports to the encampment health was referred to finance committee drainage amendment ,except those DIRECTORS:

npP rt' ,from start to finish, and to Low Railway: 1Jate. and communication 'referred. to situated in the drainage district"But

the' St "for ''\eood'cutsTand biographies "6. Transportation companies have sanitary .committeefpr. 'repo&f.MrriVeathers '... ..' the board fixes and drainage district R. S. Hall George MacKay J. K. Christian

: of runny: of oour distinguished' made a: low rate of one"cent per mile called attention of it may choose.-Lake City In- H. A. Ford Z. C. Chambliss

g dtlz ni., plus .twenty-five cents for the round the council to tne much needed repairs dex, T. T. Munroe J, B. Brooks
Individually; I, wish personally to trip for the encampment.. of the streets and sidwalks No. The drainage board Is re-

extend nir regrets ,to, that* queenly "7, The, press t of the state, whose leading to the public school building stricted from doing this by the wording .

x lady, Mr .-'Fa myR.' .' Gary, the honored good offices in the :;past are greatly and moved that matter be referredto of the amendment itself.. The In addition to its excellent facillities. this Bank

= \ president of 'the Daughters:of:the ,appreciated, are requested, to give street committee with Instructionsto amendment says that the drainage L

r1: -Confederacyj';' of Ocala; for' the overlight I publicity to these orders and the approaching hav same put in 'good condition, commisisoners are empowered to establish has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good
; of not escorting her to--the cor- encampment in the induce- seconded by Mr. Gates and carried. a system of canals, drains,

t, r ,jwr stone to deposit with her own ment of a' large attendance._ Mr. Weathers offered resolution levees, dykes and resovoirs of such Board of Directors and a strong body of Stockholders..

lands the 'highly'appreciated deposit "By Order FRANCIS P. FLEMING "that beginning with October,:; city dimensions, and depth as in the judg-

; prepared-' with much. care. and' neat. 'Major General Commanding. make no further charge against' ment of said board' is deemed advisable j "

*ess, and to any and all others who "Robert J. MAGILL, Colonel, Ocala Rifles for lights which they for what purpose?. To drain

'-.ai have been overlooked by me as "Adjutant General and ,Cblef- f. might, reasonable need in their organization and ,reclaim the "swamp and overflowed THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK '

!f. master ceremonies-,,: .", staff." seconded .by Mr. Ford. lands" within the state of ,
'a 'The only; ,excuse I have to offer is, and carried. Florida, or 'such parts or portion OF OCALA

thatf'f rom the, time ascended the The'matter of revising the'registra- thereof as is deemed best by said ,

stand::to; the' laying of the cornerstone Bryan,. the .Man. lon ';.books for the city was taken up board of 'drainage commissioners.And .- "- -. ,. ... ,
;;' I was. suffering from what else? To list -
physical and stricken prepare a
We .of the south,: may not believe following names ;
painn-that.iequired T''the.nerye to do"or n-all.of Mr.' Bryan's theories, but we (;See Advertisement in another col or lists of all the alluvial or swamp -

_ die rather, than abandon' the'. post:.of believe in the mac' himself, through umn.) and overflowed taxable lands within

duty.t : and through. And the more, we see Upon motion of Mr RobertSon, duly such drainage district or districts.
H, W. LONG, of some other men the better we like carried, 'the' Ocala, Banner was. des- Lands that were not secured from

1 Bryan.=Tampa Times. gnated i 'as the newspaper: which' the United States government as New I
The Furniture
;Despairing Woman's Wa'il.In Just In
'* to publish the names stricken from "swamp and overflowed lands" will
_ MIss,Magie's effort to better her-
not come under the jurisdiction of
self she has taken ,But for Bryan, they man, we have registration list.
j a somewhat peculiar the highest regard. He is a chris- Mr. Weathers moved that November the drainage commissioners and can-
wayto accomplish her wishes 20 1906 be fixed not be placed tn the drainage district
as the date
but she, has only voiced what hundreds Amerscan "
type. He is a courageous man. to hear persons having complaints If the board of drainage com-
t.- '' what plenty of 'women think and has done He is spotless in character. He has why their names should not be'strick- missioners should attempt to do this We are nowpreparedto'make MOSS ,MATTRESSESthe

of them would do if they : tn motion seconded and carried any tax .payer could go to 'the courts
convictions. He stands by what be ; ,
; tad. the courage.' .believes to be right. He is' a great Mr. Robertson 'moved that chairmanof and obtain an injunction preventingthe -\hatWi11IBst, ;also, to clean, and renovateold
_ __ 3 The writer has been a slave'to'clr- drainage board from doing'so". ,
hearted man. He takes in 'the whole' electric light, plant be instructedto ,-
c eumstances for years: With a fine enes. We and J /
We need have no apprehension that buy '
education people. He has no 'use for shame. get bids for wood to be used by .:.R
_ ,0 a healthy set of brains
; the entire state of Florida will be'a
: } with the, perseverance and energy 'inherited He loathes a hypocrite. He-fights an the plant and report at next regular
front:New enemy of roe people. He Is. a born meeting. Motion seconded and car drainage district whatever may be 4
England ancestors Second-Hand I Ii
the desire of the Furniture
draianage board of
j and a good, business 'capacity, I leader. He wins the good man and :ried.Dr. ,
'' ; find myself unable to make a corn the; bad man alike. He ,may have:one ., Chace asked to be excused,
extreme characteristic but he has :granted.
living. and'alone
_ Widowed
He's Back., and
F Jn the world,.'with' nothing but my ninety-nine' conservative' qualities to Mr. H. A. Ford made report The good news that Hon Geo. W can save you money on this class of go cds. A. _'"
offset that one, and even the extreme :that he had not finished with exami '
t own 'efforts to
depend .
upon, and Wilson, editor-in-chief of the Times- deal
r i (wbAt seems to be a crime in the characteristic is likely"to be tempered nation of officers' reports, but had Union, has been restored to his nor- great of stock now on hand is as good as new,
business world and controlid by a nobility of character : :finished that of city attorney and .:
) the
on side mal health, will be received with and the
: ".ef forty, I am working now at a salary rarely exhibited in. any: man.-or- :moved that account of city attorneyfor much rejoicing and great satisfactionin prices are so low that it will surprise you to :'.
lando Star-Reporter. : $6.51 be paid. So ordered.
'that barely pays for my hall all parts of this state. Mr. Wilson learn them. J i
_ room and the plainest kind of food Report of city attorney with reference has been undergoing treatment inNew Five ns.a callPittman -

t? and ,I'm not all sure how long I'll The Drainage Debate. to bond of superintendent of York for the past six months

hold even' that. electric light plant was read. for nervous break,,down and he
& I don't want, Jewels or silken raiment The 'limes-Union of. Friday gave Mr. Weathers moved that the bond comes back to Florida ready and ,

F but I do want a home. Like an excellent and extended account of Mr. Dearborn be fixed at $1,000 in strong to again take up his arduous & Soa =

Miss Magie, I'm tired of being cold of the drainage debate between Governor a surety company and that city pay : duties as the, master mind of .thestate's ,

r and half ,fed,and working way beyond Broward and Hon. John S. the premium on the bond: secondedby great'newspaper. All Mr. Wilt ;,

any-strength and being scared,almost Bard, of Pensacola which occurred > Mr. Robertson, and upon roll call son's brother editors and his legionof

to death about what would '''happen In Jacksonville the night before.. he following .vote was cast: Against :. friends will ,join, in expressions of ; ;
Rev.. Sam P. Jones in his autobio >r
'. if I were to fall ill or had no work, motion Gates Owen, Carmichael, good will and in the hope that he
:f/ .and graphy accuses the newspapers of Ford and Sage for motion Nelson
:. \11. any good man, elderly or- middle ; ,' may be spared many, many years for ,
.' H.
aged.'who' has means ..to"provide a saying many brutal things.about him, Robertson an J. Weathers. lotion active service on behalf of S. H. BUTCH, Mgr ROBINSON Pre*. ,
things he said that people, J. C. ,
::4 comfortable home 'would find in me a were wholly lost. state and county-St Augustine Rec- ,.. GEO. J. BUTCH BOOZER At Mgr '
'..t j1', ,careful.,.economical wife. To. a husr and .unwarrantly untrue but he'said in I Judiciary committee referred ordi- ord. T.ller.

....".'.. mess man ,I could be a great help, their reports: of his 'sermons, lectures nance providing for the renaming of .
; r as I. uaderstand. typewriting and and 'utterances generally, they were the streets and avenues of city 'backto Florida's- 'Contribution.
".:f"r;. business 'cor pondence. uniformly fair and, generous and he council withOut recommendation. .Several ,shipments of The Strong Hold the

'": e%- ,"No. No. one can blame Miss Mage pralsed' them highly for so-doing and Mr. Sage moved ordinance be referred have been ,'made from DeLand grapefruit
f. one', bit for "speakra this fair treatment, in their reporterials. to next meeting; seconded by the
right out ? past, week. The:fruit is
f in mfifetiri. ProbablyShe' columns led him to overlook and Mr; Carmichael and carried very
/ fcasj! become well, 'colore'dtbut is juicy ( :
desperate and, like the writer condone their, editorial utterances. An .ordinance authorizing'' the velopeds, inside.. Grapefruit and", COMMERCIAL BANK
W ft this, article Is.actually frightenedat When a newspaper reports fairly.without' Southern Bell ''Teleph ne;' and Telegraph have been shipped-from, oranges

the prospects of.approaching win prejudice ,QT bias what a company,to,build and maintain Fort Myers i and the it i'
; '.4 ter.. Working ''one's: way In'a big speaker says' it, oughtnot- to be sub, and operate' a telephone, system in the past 'month.Arcadia .sectIons for OCALA FL0.
The''' fruit ,
i' : >cKyi?s6 hard It .Is no wonder so :feet to'criticism.. The editorial 'uterances Ocau was reported on by judiciary section is better ,in that ,

:k', 'any, women go to the bad and the are:its own and it has 'a committee that said committee were here, but not colored than It, is ._:
R .yea:to inlcide's'grav.Mrs right to them., If ther ader.wants unable/to" so :well developed. Has _
a ; M. S.d1a' concur ordinance in the DeLand'News., Upon: pubnceonfidence Evfe: :
know is !
y New York .World.. exactly 'what the'one under present:form and referred same back .
,- -- ._ criticism said he,has only to' 'j' ". : -- -
j > 'J turn .to to the'general body Upon motion < ,
Il.J8_ ,. the reportorial columns and find it., The duly'carried said ordinance was laid The'dralnage'of the' Everiades'iad. dencedby: /large; : and: Increasii>||: '
r the : ,
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.t &1 ;lsJo: ; .;1 "NEW :VERSION THEM.A OF NATIONN-. ] NOTICE- ...It _.. "iEiu .* _"

: ".- In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial -

'1 : ,t: Ti1 ,1iNT jio 'c' Y : new version of the national anthem Circuit of honda In and
; ooen :' fo- Marion County-In Chan-'
-- -- -- "America, has published
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n, In its o 1giJal.form. the 'hymn "ys

____.. .' ?' ? th. .jbrief' .startling message of locaL in its illusions to New 'England.The Andross Williams-, Complainant. vs. The GreatSale
thejnoraiag;wires b :verifted by later new form of the antnem makesit Esther Williams, Defendant.-

dispatches, 'Sam,.Jones, of Georgia, "All American1 Being applicableto Order for Constructive Service. .
; ,:themost'famous evangelist of modern all sections of:.theUnion.Following It Is ,ordered that the' defendant ,;-f"" ', _': : '.'" ', .
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.times,-.:has'beea' gathered swiftly and are the new 'as well as herein named to-wit; Esther WII- AT A. L. WEBB'S S

_ suddealy.; to rewar dead rest. U'it the original stanzas of the 'anthem: Uams, be and she is hereby required, ... j Li:
_____ : i ;beitrue-.-aad! there are, few 'possibili. to appear to the bill of complaint,In (

',,::1;'4- ;SinVjpaea otm1stake-the would hare end had has It come come as, My Sweet country land of'tis liberty of thee, this Monday is cause further the on or 5th ordered before day of that Nov.a copy'i:'w5.It .of The Fair ,Continued for _10 Days. : : '

: : -s .ia.tthe fulljaush of-a glorious and OftheeIsingLand this order be published once a week I i 'E'EI
'" militant life on the march In 'full where our fathers died; for eight consecutive weeks in the

_ ."harness,'with eyes bright, with record Land of the Pilgrim's aide; Ocala Banner, a newspaper published '

7/1[' .cie! ,. with. ,conscience: clean with From every mountain side In said county and state. :
the; echoes of applause and, laughter, Let freedom ring. This 4th day of September, 1906. YOU LAST CHANCE :,; .

: .the}.tears,yet ringing in his ears, the (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, '
Clerk Circuit Court Marion
*.- -* 'daaatless-' evangel, the vital reformer, :My native country, thee, CountyFla. _' -- U 4"" :'

'1' : the.; mllltaa preacher, the eloquent Land of the noble free, By George Leitner D. C. .
L orator' the unequalled' humorist, with- Thy name I love; Edwin Spencer, 9.7 We thank the people of Ocala and surrounding 1 ;
'out. suffering, without waiting and I love thy.rocks-and rills; Complainant's Solicitor. I country ,

- 4: without' anxiety answers the instant .Thy "woods: and templed hills; I for their .
'j.,;',.:rott ,call and Is dismissed. 'from present My heart. with rapture thrills, Administrator's Notice of Final Dis. very'generous patronage during our ten-day clearance -

_ ':""::1,; ', ; .rvice' and promoted to a: high. Like that above. charge; I sale. Our trade has greatly exceeded our '
'. ,er'and nobler sphere. A brave 'man Notice is l.weby given that on the :

_;=..,.f.: physically!' : Sam Jones, was a brave I love thy inland seas, 6th day of November.. A. D.. 1906. th3 We have sold ,a. great goods than anticipated '
\i. man morally. and spiritually 'without Thy sweet magnolia :trees, undersigned! administrator of the es many more we : ,.

rear The problem of death had faced Thy palms and pines; stae oj John W. Randall deceased. will We still '
'i' I To
t presept to the Hon. Joseph Bell County too/many goods. our
him wild and
l .as an Imminent issue more. than Thy canyons deep Judge of Marion cour.ty, Florida, ;

. :f.Y",,' once during the. years of feeble Thy prairies boundless sweep; hIS final aeounts and make final settle- stock still 'further we have .decided' to extend '
.\ health about him, and we may be Thy ,rocky mountains steep, tie men t and apply for his final ,discharge our Clearing ::7

'- iJ ,sure. there were no crowded tremors The match-ess mines., estate. as administrator P. T. RANDALL.the' said. Out Sale :

: ,oJand fe .'no. shrinking back when the Administrator of Estate of John W. a V !
: :, death angel, 'swooped with his sudden I love thy silvery strands, Randall, Deceased. a tS '

:: summons to ,the great tribunal where Thy Golden Gate that stands, Ocala, Fla.. May 3, 1906.. 5-4-6m Ten Days Longer' :

'. :-4 mea, ,must give account. And the Afront tie west NOTICE.

T ; M great evangel. had small need to fear Thy sweet and crystal air;" ---.. ,
.. 2:% the' : verdict of the Supreme Justice Thy sunshine everywhere' ; :a-trie Circuit Court in and For MarIon : Until Monday, November; 15. > .

. ':'1 who presided there. His was a faithful Oh land beyond compare. County, Florida. ,
in: Re Estate of A. C. Johnson. I'
:'+\'t.:'i "' and fearless life.. He had. been I love5thee best. Notice is hereby given that on the .

- .c:;. Irne' since the plighting of. his faith 5th day of December, A. D. 1906, AND TO KEEP UP THE INTEREST WE HAVE MADE A
-' i to Christ To strike and spare not Then music swell the breeze, he: undersigned administrator of the
state of A.. C. Johnson deceased, will
: :;J;; was the motto with which he faced And, ring from all the trees. ,
resent final return 'accounts and
. my
i ; :the. sinner To help and rescue was Sweet' freedom's' song; rouchers. and apply for final discharge I I

:1 ';0.;, thesecond motto which redeemed theiJ Let mortal tongues 'awake; is administrator of said estate. DeeperCuton a6reaManyG'oods
Let all that breathe partake; F. 3!. TOWNSEND,
; : airless first:: He was a swift to succor
Administrator! of the Estate of A. C,
y.. ;" as he .was to smite. He was as Let rocks their .silence break; Johnson deceased 6 1 6mWartln .

o or tender in healing as he was terrible The sound prolong. ; May 2th.906.. '
; ::: : ,. in. arousement. And the terror of \ This mans a great saving to you, and the many hundreds who supplied their ", ,.

; ,'. many..an' awakened' sinner had been Our Fathers' G d.to.,Th.ee.v ;I, NOTICEI J needs c.uring the first great.rush will justified in driving many miles to take : -

.; : jftened ia the tenderness of a pen!- Author of LlDert,, advantage this grand opportunity to buy .- : :
Sale-My farm of 80 acres; 30acrea
sng' .
P Thee
To we ;
t's forgiven tears. And ..through&rror :
is. timber 50 clear.
: : ; acres
j Wt and through conscience,, Long may our Ian:! be bright I
All frt class farm and garden land;
'through tend rness and tears, he had With freedom's J1b Y.Jight.; :all inder fence: fine spring; good :. GOOD DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE '

4 fought the Master's fight hehad; gatti- ,' Protect 'U S. by' Thy :mistt;" |- i buildings; ,one. fourth ..mile from the I : ,',
;5 : : gathered the Master's people, and Great God: our. KIng G.(: & (!. railroad which will soon be .

:; :;\' .roused and Comforted, and'wounded I completed and have a depot on or opposite at the bare cost to manufacturers, We .are sure this presents: to'y u an opportunity : : ,

: :' and' healed, and in the crowds that Tom Watson's New Publication.We I' place. Will sell cheap .for,cash. of lifetime. If there is a in driving distance who has failed'to t1' .. X '.y'r'
person -
to indulge the prediction For particulars apply'to B. S. Quar- {
followed him, and in the multitudes are. .
which heard him'as they ,heard his I i that the next literary 'venture terman, box 37,, Fairfield,. Fla- 1.NOTICE' t \ tend this sale' it is their duty tp'themselves to investigafe. Look what. ewe have ., .

,, Master, gladly he had justified the! of Hon. Tom E. Watsda will be more done to the stock and .

:z :if' _, commlssloa which had been. given L successful than the last. '

.- .-hiR" him,.to preach a real\ gospel to a dyIng Mr Watson has definitely made up I 1907 Occupational-Licenses are Due I Prices Will Do the Rest -
his mind .to'publish a monthly magazine -
; : world. If Iii the darkness, and l October 1, 1906.
1 'loneliness' of night upon the rushing I, either' in Atlanta' or in Nash- Remember to pr cure' your new license 4 -

... jrall, the brave, bright soul of the! ville., It will be called Watson's for: the.new license year without I I. H';
ifreaavgelist went out to meet. its Mak. Monthly Jeffersonian The only doubt d&ay' as there Is a heavy penalty '
"'. ; 'aloae be sure 'that thetersvand"ihe as to the location, depends upon the for doing business without license "
erall we may
't; tenderness the love' and 1 l terms which can be? secured from and when one tax is collectors required.The will. issue the, license. A. L. Webb = The Fair ;

_ ; the laughter, 'the ,fear and 'the faith, the publishing: houses'cf Atlanta t ,
_ & thitjiope; ; and the heartfulness of thE!I t equal of Nashville.Mr. Watson Other will things certainly being decide JOSEPH. BELL. S VEST SIDE OF SQUARE., .
l thousands .who had followed -hin I. County Judge.
'through lifer were .crowded by th< .in favor of tlanf'a. The magazine E. L. Carney,, Tax. Collector.. 9-2&5t

:i;-:4 ->well done" 'of'.the Elder Brother whc) will be his ,personal property.to NOTICE.. .. S. .. IS $S ",

-&.theld' 'his hand as' they walked, througitiie' }1 There will be no corporations' him :<.'."iff".q .'-.- ,- -. .' -' ..:" .' -
last, shadows to the light an(1 control to 'hamper; or'to destroy : .. ,
.. n the CircuitCourt of the Fifth Judicial :
.. individu-
\ He will own the magazine I I
';;:: \\beafty of the Father's. Throne! responsible forall Circuit of Florida, In and RTICLES OF INCORPORATIONAND Ii i by the corpQrators at the amount .!To the, 'Teachers of!> Marion County '
. :',::E1- laata,, Georgiaa.m ally and be personally for Marion. County-In Chan PROPOSED CHARTEROF of 'the said capital stock.IV. There will be a teachers meeting ,. .
_ oblfgations.-Georgia. .
*: of its '
cery. held in' Ocala in the armory building
q- You are VThe Ot."I Fellow-i '.'.'.-., -. ' World's"N. jENTRALi, AMERICAN NAVAL ... The,"term"'forl'which.this corporation on Saturday, October 20, commenCe .
: StrougmJndedSelfrespectiag Stubborn' At. the first session of the A. P. Stuckey, Complainant vs. F. STORES COMPANY. shall exist. Is fifty years. lug at 10 o'clock. I
,. ", Vain C. T, U. meeting in Boston Sat- !H. Townsend, G. D. Townsead. T, A.athews. V. ::; At this meeting the benefits :oVa '
;;"t'-- :.Generous Extravagant, irday, a resolution yas adopted : sk., t. Albert S. Johnson, May The' derslgn d' intending and proposing The business of the company shall librarY for every School in tna county .
. : Hair-splitting ng' President Roosevelt and Secre- J rohnson, Sam L,John.son,Oliver Fort. i .to prganizera corporation un- '>'e conducted by the following officers ; will be discussed. -,..

' ,Honest, Foppish any Root to renew the suggestion I I Ldzie: Johnson, Flower Johnson, Lena ier the ,general laws of the state of to-wit: .a President, a Vice-President, A plan for securing bookcases and -
; ;: :} Tasitefully: dressed. and the Florida relating to the organization and Secretary and Treasurer, which books 'and tfcaf selectipa of books will.
; : nce made by the president I 3. Dickson, Eupheme Fort, K:
; : Courteous ., Servile f and the' Acts, of the .
1 : Q corporations last named ofifce may be, combined' be submitted
', 4.,:?Manly Brusque late Secretary Hay, that.Great 1 i. Norris. .John A.. Dickson John [gislaturlt:ot: the State of Florida > '
and held by one person, and said officers We will alsij itady and discuss the ,
,. md the United States join ,in presenting I Ira Bowen imeadatory thereof, 'hereby make and .
' : Sympathetic' Inquisitive Bowea. Barney. McElreath shall be elected at the annual m thtds of keeping school registers ,. '
.t Ambitious Cbvetpus, the other' nations a treaty forbid- : Dora L 'McElreath.mid D.Knox, I publish the following, articles of: Ia. meeting of the c corporation to be heldon report cards, books, etc bther important ;

; Prudent Selfish (ling the sale of opium or intoxicating Dora Knox Henry J, Power, Lula orporation and. proposed charter: the fourth Tuesday in Dejtem tY of matters will be discussed. T .

'. Frank, v.- Rude I: loquors to uncivilized nation's. ]Power Ruth Power, James L. Mc I. each year from and after tI date and tape 'every teacher In the county will '.. .
., Eliminate The name of the corporation shall the officers who at.$ w'conduct the be present. If you are living too far
8 Refine From the Plague. 1 Mullen! Marie McMullen., I evi !Blact .
: Fanatical Danger be, business of the, corporation ,until to come In on Saturday morning, fOil -
:' Enthusiastic There's great danger from the 1!an. George W. Means, Caleb J. CENTRAL' AMERICAN NAVAL those electei ,t the first annual will be allowed Friday afternoon to '

j< ,Eloquent Long-wlnded plague of coughs' and colds that are Hauliaht! R. C. Smith and John V. STORES COMPANY, fl election shall be qualified, shall be come or' to make arrangements to -

j.,Witty Frivolous: sa prevalent, unless you take Dr. ]Martsoa. and the principal place .of business as follows; a. L. Aud non, Presi. come. It Is Important that every .-.: '
'i : Particular, Fussy King's New Discovery for consumption shall be in. the city of. Ocala, Marion 1ent.JDb. : s. Birdsoy, Vice-'Presldtnt, white teacher come. '
.:":, Well-read Pedantic coughs and colds. Mrs. George Order for Constructive' Service.It county, Florida with offices In the nd. ire }t. Hampton, Secretary and All supervision!, trustees and patrons .
-,' -From Life. Wallis. of Forest City, Me., writes; is ordered that the defendants city of New York, ia the State" oJ are cordially Invited to attend. -
"It's a God send to.people II .Ing In 1 herein named, to-wlt:, T. A. Mathews, New York, and at Caratascaia Lv'JO 1 I l Treasurer. Respectfully, '

-. '";'"' A Florida- Address on Penology. climates where coughs ends and colds them.prevail It- ]E. A. Norris. John A. Dickson I John I the Republic of.fi..,lI? dF': i I The_ .highest. amount VI.,.._ '01. inaeoiea, o. .t. ''' W.' D. CARN, '

fe.- One of the most notable contribu- I find pneumonia it quickly cures la grippe. ]Bowen Ira Bowen Barney McElreato;* -'". ness and liability to' which the 'corwration -, Superintendent ," ':

:..,:'tlo11S recently made to the literature prevents wonderful .relief In asthma and 1 Dora I. McElreath, Irid D; Knox, toT h e geaav'i: naturot,the business can at any time subject itself J.' -
I :1 of, .penology of the state la to be gives hay fever, and makes weak lungs Dora KnOx. Henry J.:PoTTjf,' Lula Power 1 b% .Wfiisacted, shall be the busi5t is one half of the amount of its NOTICE ,. :' %

: : ,.found la .the thoughtful and well- strong enough toward off consumption I Albert Power, uth, Power, James I IL. I|: \ nayal stores operator with pow- capital stock. J'will
H. 50 cents- and '*T a.4authonity to by VII. Notice is hereby given that there
1 'considered paper read by Dr.. S. coughs and colds. McMullen, Mare acquire punchase
: : Tydings &: : Mcftlullen. 1>V11 I otherwise and to sell and The names and residences of thesubscribers be a meeting of the stockholder ; : -
', Blitch of.. Ocala before the last sessloa $1.00. Guaranteed by Blackman, G&orge W. Meaas, '' Y
-:; Trial .bottle free. m : Caleb encumber. lands, timber timber fa this corporation are of the McGehee Lumber company* *'
=t.:' Co., druggists. J.
Prison Congress Bautoight E. C. -
:: National ,
of the' SjSMvttui the .
John rights naval stores privileges. and as follows: corporation under .the laws of ,
: .In' Albany, N. Y. Hunting 'Gators.' W. Marston be an.il'h$l are hereby other property necessary for the car- H. Anderson, Ocala Florida.H. state of Florida, in its offices in Marion ,- .

"This paper was entitled "The Open" W. R. Bennett, who went 'gator required to hi appear % th? bill of complainant rying on of a naval stores business, M. Hainption, Ocala, FIsrida. county" Florida ,at ten o'clock, a.nu ..'- '

'vSjUhe.,Closed penitentiary System in the Everglades last, week thiS 'c ausa- on or before and with power and authority to.lease, Joseph J. Fort Ocala Florida. [ on the "
4' -,.." ;land It'.is.not too much to say that in ,hunting to return after three Sttdt! of November I9yiICrtaer own and operate tram roads, steam The capital stock of this corpora- I5th day of November A. D. 1305, '
compeued a t l
I'* .. powerful and logical aff was ordered that a copy of boats steamships, sailing vessels tion has been subscribed as follows; to determine whether the charter of
tJs made so Florida's claims in days' stay. One <<;)1.h1s hands becameso fl S rder be. published once a week and ,other water craft, construct, H. L. Anderson H .. 74S Shares said corporation shall be named so 'j'4as
:. *pi sentation of swollen thatne. could not have tb.a ot ..250 Shares. Indebtedness liability .
: or
conviction [ ; eight consecutive weeks In the maintain, and use wharfs and other John S. Birdsey, to permit an :
;: '/'this:- direction as to carry use of it. It''was presumably' oa, Ocala Banner, ,a newspaper published facilities necessary for shipping merchandise H. M. Hampton .,' ,. 1 Share. of three hundred thousand -dot" '' ";l,

;;: tojth unprejudiced' minds. ed by. the skinning of. a 'gt r, He in 'said county and state. and naval stores products Joseph ,J. Fort, .... H 1 Share, lars. .:-T'
LV: Several of our state coatemporarr brought ninety-three alligators to the This 4th, day of September. 1906. and the carrying on of' all business Witness our hands and seals this (seal) .McGEHEE LUMBER CO. ,
r--i have published Dr. Blltch's ,address ''Under trea : (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK, incident to a naval stores businessand the 11th day ,of October, A. D, 190G. BycJ.gcaeheee. "-
!j either in part or In. full; and landing., : neat hiS hand Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County not 'inconsistent with the laws H. L. ANDERSON, (seal) Q-5-4t _President. -
: t '
4' ,"" ,we' are glad to note that ia his St.: has again normal condition Fla. 9-7 of the state of Florida. H. JL HAMPTON, (seal) .nn '- '-.
: Meteor Senator Lewis and he "will goon return 'to the 'By .George Leitner D. C. ... JOSEPH J. ,FORT' (seal) NOTICE .
Jt (Augustlae to endorse this ''glade ''his time he does jxot ex- Hocker & JDuval.Complainant's. III. I I. State of Florida, I ; ____ -I;
: Zlm takesoccasion capital stock an- that therew1lt : -
: peGb to return until about December Solicitors. The amount County of Marion! Notice Is hereby given _
t; ''admirable paper in warmest terms. :. it: Dr. Biitcb: it. should be explain,I .Delray cor. Tropical Sun. ;- :[)Dollars which will be divided Intone undersigned authority H.\1.., ANDERSON i II stockholders of the McOehee Lumber" -
: speaks with authority, having':"nad.several t GUARDIAN'S NOTICE SETTLE ) Thousand Shares of the par'value H., M. HAMPTON and JOSEPH (ompany, a 'corporation Tinder thelaws -
experience.* ? prisont Game Warden's. Notice. MENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. ()f one thousand dollars each, which J. FORT each of whom is:well known I of the state of Florida held in: .' _

: years and hospital burgeon! in the Notice is hereby given tnat 'when I iaid stock shall be fully'paid and non to' me. to be one Of the parties ,described I Its offices In Marion county, Florida: '
t: : physician Notice Is hereby given that on the I assessable and shall be paid In by a in and who executed .the foregoing pa t the _.i-_ __ -
t.. ',convict camps of this state. persons want a deputy game warden 27th day Of December, A. D.. 1906 I conveyance to the said corporation articles of incorporation and 5th day of November,. A. O, 1906, /- f"
;. : 'It need hardly'be .said that he is an appointed the request, must be accompanied at the court house in Marion county, I:)f the naval stores business now being proposed charter and each acknowledged at ten o'clock a. m.. to determine -i.'" 's_ _
ardent advocate of the open as op Florida, the guardian and operated In the for the the capital stock of said corporation '
'p !, ... with a'properiy signed petition uatter signed as j carried on the execution thereof whether ,
'( .!'":'\. :.posed' to the closed penitentiary sys-- of reputable persons. Address for the minors Katie Mal McIntyre, :Republic jf Honduras by H. L. Anderson uses'and purposes therein set forth ] shall be Increased to one _

:-Ir: .mand, while .no attempt. 'will be and Hellea McJntyre, wiu: present my and John S. Birdsey, as copartners and ,expressed hundred thousan? dollars -' ,
2Er "i"'" ie at this-time to fully analyze C. McCRANEY, accounts and vouchers to the Hon. situated at Blrdsey's Point Given under my hand and seal of (seal) McGEHEE LUMBER CO. .

ia address it be said in pasa- Game Warden, Stanton, Ha. Joseph Bell, county judge .ia and for Caratasca Lagoon, to the Department office this the 11th day of October, 10541By C. J. McGehee, _
, his : 8-3/6t 'F' Marion county, and make my final of Mosquitia In said Republic of Honduras A. D. 1905 President. : _
bases argu-
: [':, -OT :.that Dr. Blitch Characteristics.FRECKLES .' settlement wed apply for final discharge and all the property and ef- (County Judge Seal
4; :.i' ,meat, agalast.the.. close peaiteaitary as gi lardiin ,of the said ml fects"of said Anderson and JOSEPH BELL ATTACHMENT NOTICE. _

::fi' 'system- upon the deadening, soul.p .r- flora from t) e said court. !Birdsey ,now being used at and upon County Judge, Marion Count, '' '
: :.1 1 aljzlng ejects: "of coafinement Ia those:: Dated June: I9ta 1906. said naval stores location, and all Notice is hereby given that Robt '- -

4: i..grea gray.duageoasla' Ia the.r'Jthern 'AND PIMPLES A. McINTYRE .property owned and .held by-said Anderson NOTICE cDF' APPLICATION FOR. Daily and all others concent ,.
states,' are literally buried As gnardi iof Katie Mat and Helen.Mclntyrf and said Birdsey as ,co-part- .. LETTERS PATENT. I ed that the personal property of the .:
.. 1EMOVED b'Yln'>>' .
alive nhapP1..irtson,. 11-, ,_ Miaors. c-4rn nets. situated la Marion county, ,Flor NOTICE IS HEREBY .GIVEN that said Robt. Dally has be a attaches, _
'thousaada '
: : ; .. upon'society iiiYolaTh0 '-_ -- Ida;, and also"'by.''conveyance to the I on 'the 12th day 'of November, A* D., to satisfy claim of Dr. H. W. Henry. _
: ny'to be turned bose Na< -a jr. for the of $15.00 and cost of .
: Ia;.aiMBdlUon I said corporation of a certain concess 1906, the undersigned :will apply to sum _
f-the, pIraUdaQf.thete: tenns fatpltiioaBttttiitr SFiED BEANSWax ion and contract entered Into on L the. Governor of the State of Florida, suit; .now unless the said Robt- : _
:- ;.'both :moral. 'and physical the llth day of November, A D... .,.,1905, at his office in 'the in the Cityof'Tallahassee : Dally Center' his appearance at' '
'_; ,'thatnnfitsthern: in nuay cases", for : u aad Green Pod Varieties grown between- "the Republic" ,of Hondur s ,. in the State of Florida,for 1,my office la Lake Weir Fli, oa or --: -,_ _
: .'ajth1ng .but a", ''coatlatiaacer.of the and shipped by. and :all; of the the foregoing proposed before the '- -
and John Birdsey, letters.-patent upon 1 '
asd ; :
r -which-'theU'-dowafall grateful Luliet, 5th day of November-130& : : -:
'to the
e g charter. i '
!: and privileges-.conveyed '
:' ', _vrf:.originally. ".due.--PBnsacdla, pan tcca to remove Herbert: C.norriil.: rights said Birdser' thereunder. aubject tc) :H. L. ANDERSON- "f1 1 judgment will be. given against.him 'Y
aU ,facul diKaiontiaia L. Anderson H. M HAMPTON.10mt '- .: default and said property. sold.,to -
-::..IiIL'f' I Cedaf/Spriags; ., MIch.Eed1 an indebtedness to said H. ', *;: TT--
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said cl ?
& m :
ud raton Dollars JOSEPH J.. FQRT '

: :r ::1 ;!;1-tJ. :' :J-- .!e 1..<:1' .. twity t L__'.,- 'f 7OUqa.' t.rt.,. ._ Speckled, Valentine'. ,Gre n, .P9d' due':"and'i of TWrty-five tot becomi Thousand,due ,before'' th e ? :Ajpatt; ._ofpur. ;..- .tWh,1te. ;,, HOUS :, f h.VS'Ib7 GLve.under""this the 30.JIlT'h day'na of "Sept and official," 1900.-;

d' t'f-:i : &$1.00 tlannualelectloa{or officerIpa- $e lmrIf _
: $ I If';yOU' I".iW" p: $% .'15: Prices 'right oa 'other* varh fir wtUfDUk! ; youteetrg&. ; (seal) C J. SMITH J. P- '", '
:->"jBftnaity.io\.< let;IOOds, ..at,; ,tte e HaIlLad; aiI..ua: '.t-. : '.T.ba1' eties; All seeds offered,,are cfCrop. vided fo? herein,-: he Just valuation qua'tr ttylea 'just lawomen. 'far men ,an.td 9th District Marioa Co, FlA' ', '
_cMjyouwWret1t.: x :, t"- ; ,ucr. '. -- ,--"' .-. .&is. < 1906.. [which' said property., Is hereby fix* .Th Fair. t9.z85t. : -
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Amendment, .
a "J JacksonvWe Oc t 4 2)94s. { =
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I presume that'n0-question'or-more AI : 4 -ice ? "'
; ;* VTi Importance has been,submitted to"the : : :

.eleetorof Florida to pass upon, inxoany II.- .. .
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years, than the proposed drain- ..; "' .;. .. .. ,.
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constitution / r .. .
age1 amendment?to the .fI E ; I -' : ... .' '
J i. It if of so mOC14! .:. IIlportanCB that.jit : t f' I. :'. ': :. : ? ,:: : f _: yvy
.should not be considered from ;,the. fi ... ,. ,. .
,4 standpoint of 'factional politics or .... "' 4'...",'.. '_-" .,, ... ', --_'. _... '<, ,, ..... .. "., -' ,... .- ,-.-"" ,..-.,'., _.'' -_'_ -- .. .- ,' <,'- :.
how Itjinay effect the political status', ; i' <
'of any*'official Individual, but only : 4 ;' : .. -..
4 lhat of interest to the people of the -

:State without, .other, interest. than L
love of Amy*native state,and her peo .. ,- .>;. "::- ;., >.. :' -. '.,' .;
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pie who have bestowed'upon me high. .. :, :,, "" :. : .: .. ". ..". .., '. ..
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to "
.thought"'it .
nors.have: proper '
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give some brief. expression, of. my. .: I 1: _' : '
views :on the subject. C
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J am opposed to the amendment for ) >> : :: Y !.. :
y the following reasons: .. f' ,. ... '!: .
: 1. I 'dcf not think that the Ever-. ... r+y6 ...,:; ..
r$ -- ', '
glades !can be drained so as'to. become .,
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t. available for cultivation with- .. ., .. ,
S. out: the expenditure of a Jarge J sum, of : .,

_Jr = state money toralse,' that It without is practicable the serious for the oppression''of : E 5 H A Full and Complete Line of -. : '

a large number\of her .. .
t h
.citizens. .;.; : < -' ,
Y 2. It '''Is not the part of wisdom to '
spend money on. drainage while the : : All Kinds of Candies : "
very lands sought 'to be drained are : i

la litigation, claimed by varieus companies :. S. .

'; ':Many: lawyers,under legislative are .of-the'landi opinion grants.that :. '.,1' '- :: ..".-:"., 'c''t'.:.,' -., ......'. 1. .. .,. .- J I ',4'.. ., '.' .,' I' ',, ,... ,. ".!.

.. by vesting the 'legal title of the r' '. ,
swamp: lands in the International Improvement 1 r
Board, ,the legislature' did i

not invent {itsety of the pow4r of .\,.,<>:. ," f'r .
further: controlling the disposition !of : ,.' :' ";
the lands. Whether or this opinion -
not .
is .sound, it is better to suspend -' <

El .operations..'decided.until the courts have finally ... : ,:. Penny Goods, full count tubs broken C

3. The'proposed amendments should ,. .
combing in five individuals the legislative :./

::3 k executive powers'powers of:of levying carrying taxes drainage the .:. : stick pails bon bons and mixtures and. .i

operations. and;; (expending .the '. ', ; ; .
i": monies 'raised !.c by' taxation, and: the ',. .->:' \ ,
} k I quasi Judicial pOwers of determining .. "
: what lands they will class as alluvial .
or.swamp ,overflowed: *. Thisis .. Goods boxes .1
L;' contrary to, the principles of re- .. r packages. in ; fancy choco'f

4, publicantfonn of government which :

i i 4s careful to keepthose three departments .. l?= -Y

i separate and' distinct. .. _, _
4.i The powers vested m' the drainage + : ., '

r limitations' commissioners"; twhich, are'necessa'are without,-y those for' ".. : J ;, aces>. etc: Send us your orders; can a sr

r s safety. The uncontrolled handling I. "
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vast which wouldgo
of sums of money

., .Y .politicaimachine.into their ,hands of:proportions'might- develop great a :.. :' fine :selection. We also handle i

ly, .to:the. injury of, our people, with- give you ..
out questioning the integrity of the i. y _
present board, we. cannot know who ii. _
will be ,their' successors or fill their .. '

placesJin:after years. I Gibson's Tablets and Rich's crystalled i4 1
} 5. Tie taxation' feature 'would mbxt I r :
>gateto that extent 'that clause of :

the,constitution, asJ it now exists, requiring .. t .
r Ma."unifoifaf and..jequalrate. of .- t r :
taxation.';' By the" jprbposed .amend-. I. --., _
.ment the' board of drainage commissioners .. : -4
f ginger
B' I ire authorized and empower
_____; .- ed to establish drainage districts .. I _

y?' and fix, the' boundaries. "thereof .. ..
rrl *,tQprepareaHsts.or.Hstsof all \' -.', .... .. ', "
'tie alluvlal wamp.anloverflowed( .. '- .. -. '. ; : ; -- -- :
"' lands within such drainage districts .
Y' 'And..levy thereon a''acrea"ge tax not +. -
exceeding': ten cents' per acre, to' 'beAllied''annuallyl" '. L\

It is made _the. duty: :+ ,,--,- ... .. ,,, ',. .. -, --- -. -.. .. ..... -i
of the respective collectors to coT _

c JectjSuch. tax.. There is ,no limit tot ..
the ,continuation, of such annual assessments I.
:,, nor, is there and restriction .. r
; % :toathe extent of the drainagedis +. BROWN & BRO. 1.
: ;* tract: The ''lands to be taxed 'may be I.. -
ien fifty or a hundred miles from the
,' lands'drained! they may,;sot be benJflttedjn4 :

:y; : the:'slightest' by the: drainageoperations +: .. ', : : ':' ,,:::.: -", -i\\--: ; ... .. ._ '. -:__, .' : '- n_ .'n. .:" : :

of! the owent might not ,t > ...,
-t -want his,'lands. drained, yet it they +. .. z
lie flth1n; drainage district and ".
': e j ... .. -
.;areJlt- p'da t':taxation by the com .
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... .. : on rshemust;: pay the tax as ... '
: .... :Ionta!iU 'It is 'assessed or .suffer his .. -., : ,.: .;__ -n.n.---'n-. : '...; .. .. -.- r.,... ::,. ;; .
:lands.t&be confiscated. If ones lands : J. '
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A' !,:
'were listed for: drainage taxation that ,. I ,. ;.'
-Dy 'veeriotIn, fact alluvial, swamp.or r "

-overflowed (which I,am.informed has t r .. .. i-
y been done,in:.some ,cases), it is very ... ,. -'- 81 ', 1S
.d 'Jbtful 'whether the owner would O1Iu pT ."..S .
lav? .any relief as against such action" CI .
L ,,, ,. .
": f' the commissioners. The taxi <. : '': : -- .ww -. '
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nt3 ups .not according to value. A,' ',- ;",. .
whdinay own 500 acres of land worth '. r ; "" '. HI 8 ABr05 KI .

t' 1500.00 has to pay the same tax that .. ... ,:> :: Bi '. !
.i.. .. ,.
B days'i n 600 acres of land'worth 4 ::::. 19 .. .
?2,59p,00;, if both tracts are ,listed for : 'f.:: .: ] 4 -
taxation' in the' same drainage distract :: / = :- ; -- S S S -T: ty

-: C1 may own lands adjoining A .-. ,-,. .' ,
r" tar B but lying outside =of the drain- ) .' '
N t age district yet A ,and B are taxed -- .
:and: C pays no taxes: Let not those ', .. '"
who-l live;outside of the present drainage -
; :' 'district ,take he'position that it -
,t i':} 'Js.no concern .of theirs. It is their AxlefGrease will please you. Tryacase: in your ., --

';" :; 'concern,that they, ,do not contribute : \\ T
:-f .. 'to impose upon their fellow citizens "
: -t. "
?\. \,\' "' ,living in' .any portion of the state a 'I next order : ,., ,. .
constitutional amendment which will 4t
< ,: .Impose upon them such: unequal and .. .' ,,:< _.'. --1 v- 4 "

; .., ."oppressive' taxation. Nor, from a sel4 : .._\ ;\ : :\''':;' :: : : I
know when a
'. shr:views can. they:
$tnage .district will be laid off : : :'" ';
= which.; will include their land. If we 4 : > "
? : "Jockey Animal Food -
4 make an.innovation. of the present 4 r
constitutional ,limitation for_ the:pur4 _
ftr; ",t> sr fiat:: drainage what will be the j ,

.pe .scheme to draw 'us away from 4q'the '"'': /: "ONE CURRY FREE WITH .EACH CASE. I.:
? ; : :, CASE COMBS -
'i .te' rule of .uniform and equal : '
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tantlo ; ;
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'. >i't). The power 'of emInent ,domain : :; :I ,

z 4, vhieb! is' bestowed upon the commis-- j ; : ; iC: : :; .' ; : # ,.,
: 'Bloners, 'without the previous payment j "
: } to the, owner of the"':value of j -' >.'r -
unwise innovaV I
,Ids land 'taken, is, an' 0 '
K: eminent 4omaln,as I -" > ', _.
;'tion oft the,law,'of :> ''' -
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every voter- will ,give ; ;
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which"tUs ; ''
aponslderatton .. 't-
tancedemandaud his ballot' vtt. ,' ." : ,. .!.. ,, ,.
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'to t 'Florida.. ... '. ;",,'";; ',): : :\. '. -':;.," ..; ""J' fi. i>;, .' : i '(1':i, ;Jt. t -$..}...",1y....$!

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-1.-a'Iz authority o to'have)got
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