The Ocala banner
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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: November 2, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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-;i<: t4a When it' was' learned Monday afternoon Changes Hands. .
Ira ** > >; ); > '" KODAK that the spirit of .Mrs.. W, D. Another important business change

.. Cam, the wife of Marion "county's has taken place In Ocala. Messrs The -
i:'.: ; busy season
fir: ::;' .': ': '.'- superintendent of public instruction Spencer Lang and Bouvier having
had taken its flight from its earthly purchased the Yonge & .Cline company
: ; ;; 'J home profound sorrow was felt by and have taken immediate poss -

_,*-*%*!. :: ff: : : { i her friends allover; the city.. ession. May make it necessary for you to
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.. c. Mrs. Cam was the daughter of Mr. E. E. Cline was. formerly general -

,1,,.,.. '. Rev. and Mrs..Herman C. Martin of manager of the Ocala Foundry borrow We
/ t' -ANDPHOTOGRAPHIC- some are ready to
-jr i .,', .' Fort McCoy old time residents of & Machine,Works and when he sever money

1 ;' this county. She was, about .twen y. ed his connection with that Institution
accommodate all lines of
tfK GOODS seven years of age and was marriedto he established the Yonge & Cline legitimate

Mr. Cam when only seventeen company and built up a fine business
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years old, their marriage taking place from the start. industry trade.1VIUNAOE .

v ". 'AT ;THE the same year that Mr- Cam was The new firm will be known as
elected to his present office Besides the Gas Engine Works. Mr. .J. H. '

: her husband and parents, she leaves Spencer is the president; Mr. L. E. & CHAMBLISS
.SIOFFICE DRUG STORE three: little children two boys and a Lang, vice-president and treasurer

little girl and several brothers and and Mr. J. A.. Bouvier secretary and BANKERS.
'- < '. > ,' :- -- sisters, one of whom is Mrs. Geo. manager.Mr. .
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:is iJ ,; ... .. .' ', '. Close of this city all. of whom have Spencer Is a natural mechanicand : : : : ;::"-- -'_": : : : '

li; ,<' \ -::"' \.. ,-- the deepest sympathy of their host of a mechanic by training also, .
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p,.:/+-| -v ; ,', warm friends all .over the county. and Mr. Bouvier until his resignation -
| :i..; Mrs. Cam was a member of the held an important position with

t ;' :'{ i; Baptist church and was a beautiful the: Ocala Iron Works and the, two T. Needham

t. ;,' Chirstian character. She was a devoted are well qualified to successfully con- rRLNgs1
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,. ...., '.,r ?.' ', .J" wife and mother a loving duct the business and Mr. Fred La- ,
::; '.' tJ"1'f.::0 :!" ..>..-",-. \P. daughter and her death leaves a void Sever one of the Ocala Iron, Works
tPrecrt.itiosCarefully!: Filled ,- /: :\ i :; in the lives of her'family that can expert machinists will be .associatedwith
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c_ '.'. never lire filled. the new firm.

'....n.) ''"(,!' I\ I Mrs. Cam had been sick for a number The new company Is in every way, '
;.t-fi ',,t UPPEKINOS. TOWN Mrs.. James Badger;""" bf Oldtown c I of weeks but it was only for sev- financially and otherwise, 'prepared to We Have Now .in Stock Tlje Plumber '

x t.t.r..' _. '" fMSSSARARLIZABETH .spent.the day in Ocala Tuesday with eral days before her death that her do a big business and wilt'push the
friends., health was considered alarming. All same for all it is worth. the Most Complete Line ,of
,ft ; HARRIS. < the loving care and attention possiblewas Mr. Cline; we. understand will Gas

't:b. <". Local- Editor.. "; Miss liable Godson, now of "Mi- given her but it was. impossibleto move to Auburndale, where 'he has a RINGS that Can Be Found. .OQd fitter

/.f. : ., '.. ami. has; just returned from a delightful save her life.RESOLUTIONS fine orange grove but he will continue .-
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". p of Inverness visit in'Kew York. his agncy for the Foos gas 'engines, Anywhere.Call y XS
; iCuIT Lloyd, wasoneaof'oarvisiting .' y
1;,; : : ; >attorneys Monday.' OF. CONDOLENCE. .which he has made sO popular in Florida .' ;: ,: -
.t Editor Frank Harris of Ocala is and See Them.
; a since accepting the agency. for -
: I grandfather. The, entire state No 19 of HAS OPENED. ''P HIS: NEW yVs
tt !' _Miss. Allie. Epperson. 'a charming press Ocala Lodge Knights Py- them c' "" : r 3

.'i ;Yq ngjady'o1.; .1V11Usto ,,,is theguest extends- -congratula.tions.--G, L. -- '- ainesv1lle.'. 4thias. f < :
f 'of :Mrs L., Horn. Sun Whereas- it has pleased the Su- Death of an Infant. SHOP ON. :TIE,CORNER OF.
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k V r preme Rulers of the Universe to remove -
'Dirs.AjP.: Gilmore and..children. re'tnnied .- Dr. Percy Lisk and his sister, !Irs.Allen' .from our midst 'the wife of our The little six year old son of Mr SPENCER BLOCK WITH A '
home. from : visit Gibson, Granamville were dearly beloved brother, W. D. Cam i. ='- y>
A Saturday a. and Mrs. S. A. Davis, of Martel '
:,-1 jto:relatives, at:Oxford. ;; .5 5, :; registered: ijt the the3Iontezuma" : Tuesday Resolved: 1., That,, :while we died at that place Thursday 'night 1IHEFred FULL LINE OF SANITARY "

". '. j ..1Ii ; ; sympathize with our brother' in his after an 'illness of only a .few.da,s.

:::i-, --Mrs. Roy Reagan ,and little! daughf.fer : Mrt C. W., \Vhiteside has gone to bereavement, we bow in humble submission The little body was prepared for bur- AND M DERNPLUMBING ', -
< !55E sther, are visiting, friends 'ln, Birmingham 'and Anniston Ala., to the wu" of Him :who holdsthe ial by Messrs. Uclver & MacKay and -
S&,:. : .Ocala for,a few days where he, will'spend the next few destiny of ,511 in, the palm of His was shipped to Chipley fox internment GOODS., WHEN, IN NEED OF rf'

i .. : weeks. ". '. '. majestic hand.Resolved. .. this having: been the lormer G. B. Weihe
Dar, Donald Ferguson :bur popular i. We. tender. our; heartfelt home of Mr. and,; ,Mrs. Davis. Mr. FIRST CLASS SANITARY

5 S.registration: :joJHcer,. was sen'ding''outthe" Mrs. Arthur Cobb who has been .. sympathy to our brother in his Thomas J. Owen; .who is with Messrs.. Jeweler
_:' ...; allot:-'boxes anc! "$',tang parapha- spending the summer in 'Tennesseeand great loss.Resolved.. McIver & MacKay accompanied the the PLUMBING CALL ON HIM.
"'*Ua; Monday. 3, -a.t a 01 these '
,: ,". ? '* North Carplina returned home copy remains to Chipley L J
; '-. '. resolutions be spread upon our records .
afternoon.Mrs Mr; and Mrs'Dads have the sympathy
.."" .J"f"1Mr} F..E.'Haskeu, $ ;\Veirsdare, Dr. yesterday and published in the Ocala Ban- _5555.
of the .community in their
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i, Maecher, of Tampa, nee Miss ner and a copy sent to our bereavement. ;
fe represent. .
Julia. Wells of this ity'f.s in OCala) brother =
" tied Lake 'W {.i- In Ocala :.Yon ay: I -
> .. __ .' r ,.ty on a. visit to the family "of. her, brothr'1fr -, "" H.. M.' HAMPTON Word was received, in* Ocala .Fridayof ; "
: 'Wells."" T. Jl: OWEN, the death of the old Furniture
:.M ssrs. SraiUjf'& Roberts have weS ; G-JVake seven year ,
: J. G. FERGUSON, daughter of Mr and Mrs N. J. Wicker -
ndeistanit.purchased : of
-;r: f s ';,.;la4dcJmmediately'northLof.'GreenwoodCemetery't attract: '- Mr.,'George .Easterling has returned ',.,;... -; .:>...>. ". ,..'<.- .. Committee. ., at Coleman* 'She was a.' neice of .
,'ft, and will lay the; same out from a trip to south Florida"I d is Mrs. J. A.' Falters. of this' city and
;" ii'cemetr'Le lots, at the Ocala HouseWe hope ,he Past Grand Master, Long's Interesting her death, ", very sudden.
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< wilt conclude to:"iemaln'with / : Items. i
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,, X ,;. i of the.Post : : Editor of the Fraternal Record: It's a little early but our fall stock.is "and '' -
5 Tv.Mr.; J, J.' Gertg owner arriving .daily. -
: Saw Father First Time.
Mr, H.. D. Bassett. .a prominent at In, response to your request for
[ ';'aillc@ Drug Store;, left Monday .;for", tache of the Bradley Phosphate com items from the subordinate lodges.of all we ask is a chance to save you mshey. All we ask is.a '

';;:New Will )be 1or1f[abseut"tor.'about city and Rochester'lie a' and pany with'' h headquarters at Arcadia, F. & A.-M., I write_to say that Friendship For the' first time to his knowledgein few minutes of your valuable time to show you .through

- ion was a 'prominent visitor here Tues Lodge No. 53, will soon pass"the45th his life Samuel M. 'Burritt, of this our stock. ., --
:;.. ,' 'tIt(:.awaF.1U' bay:'a splendid' stock' day. anniversary of its existence asa city saw his father Robert Crowson: .. ., .

}1-fii'"gobds-- "tidr ?ifs t. tole1- ,A'- ,, ,. '- lodge. All of its original members and. his brother and sisters, last/111ght 55 <. -

Mr.:4J. Wi Millerof Blitchton hasbeen except myself have: passed .to-the at Clearwtter, for which point he
:'lU 'li'jo have-been |; : A Few .Leaders
;t air;'and : ; s/'vfho :sick at-Montezuma since spirit land. This lodge has never "sus left yesterday morning. ,
'-< .f. flaking their .homQ .:with their son; Monday. Mrs. came in pended its communications since,its When three months of age Mr. \ -- : .i :
j" .Herbert Jones: for, the past fewcraths' fiiiuer. yesterday by :. _
r. the well
' \.: ; to. be wiu* aim. Dr. BUtch is his organization except two years during Burrett was adopted 1
".';' '" If ; have moved' into the cottage physician.Mr the late war. It has been prospring known Campbell Burritt of this city, i RON BEDS FROM S2-50 UP SICEB Q StJ.50 OP ,
tthe.foursh".i and-- ., which,- Mr, Herbert j during' the past three ''years by : almost now deceased. After the death'of his *
,_ '.' ones: ':''recently 'purchased' trom Mr., and f iars. ,Kenneth McPherson constant application ;for foster parent, Mrs. Burritt Informed CHINA CLOSETS SI5.00 MB UP' _

:,"., ; ,"-, .'DuflfiL ;- \ have returned, to their home, at Mulberry initiation passing arising or' affilia her adopted son; of his,'parents and iCOMPINY.

-i ti J"" ...... : after a visit in Ocala with Mrs. tion. It-- -is j taking in 'a' splendid gave him some of the family conn'ection. '
,r. Mr. 'B. Si.. JQuarterman: ;_ accbmpanby McPherson's parents, Mr. 'and Mrs class of, young men someof:, I .. Sir, Burritt had all this time OenA fURHITURI
j,-r: A.iN his 'sister. Mrs A. B.' Scriven B.: H. Seymour. whom will make their mark in ;>the believed his father dead until a few .

'; .;i y"r Fairfield: ; wer e in;.Ocala'Tuesday Masonic world. .", days ago wheh he advertised for E. C. SMITH.. C. V, ROCERT8. '
1'" }Ir, Quarterman left on the Seaboard Mrs.' Haygood of Jacksonville, after Our lodge. at-its.last meeting passed some information regarding his rela ,
s. ':;,;; :iFsrtrip t4 MIsissippl aad trill bee- gone a short visit in Ocala with 'hersister. a resolution to turn out as",a tiWr.. Crowson a brother,ans- = ..... 'F-
< ,!-tr : verai; week and_ : 'wh n"he, returns Mrs T. M. Moore has gone ..to lodge at the laying, of the cornerstone wered the advertisement and sent a -- ..' T'
i f:::;\fJfWi l have something to, tell;hi.s';; neighrs.througlt.the Micanopy to visit relatives before re- of our new court house ;.at photograph which developed 'a corr-: -- .

':'_.' :: : cotlumnseofthe Ocala turning home. Ocala by the 'Grand Lodge of Flor, spondence. 'From this correspondenceMr. H< ROBIN ON, Pru. : .. 'f/;
4 ;- :':: fannetr.! :Mrs.," home ida October( 17, 1906.-H, W..-Lang. Burritt learned of other .membersof S. H. BLITCH, Mgr, J: C. BOOZER, As,t. f1e 55 f

.'; the'. afternoon,. Miss, M. B. Wartmann, who has W. M. in Fraternal Union. hi$ family among them being GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller _." .

.;, .. oc ;Jf been quite sick.for thepa3tweek.has ,.". .' _1_' ._ ; >: Charles ;.CroWon..a brother and Mrs.: '.,' '.' : : ,4.
.. rt Mr;:Peter DurisoeT when in Ocala. gone to .her.home at Citra tq. recuperate Mr. McClymonds Hurt. : XI. L. Kirsey residing near. Clearwater : t "
? ,:.:0(ieast it- ek'left' on our table some;very for a' fy (lay /'She was :accompanled ; Saturday evening just before, dark i who Is h s. sister. Mr.. Crowson The Strong Hold the '

' ,1J:;. Kright and juicy oranges, Vhlch;he: .by: her -friend Mrs.W..,
.r\ tr lucked\from ..histrees; and which Is Byrne. -.- ,. f hurt..He .was closing ,his stable door reunion upon the arrival of his Bon .- ..,:>.

-::......,.t.",:;;:::-..:e..1d(ience". 'that. ,: the. .trees" in hiso-! : 1 .. -' v .'- -r'. .-._ 5 and. Irf some manner the door fell so that he can meet his brothers and
"'- >,,S Jity are :being rehabilitated. ',On :Mr. J. I;. McKenzie who has been. from its .hinges .falling on Mr. Mc sisters 'whom he has never seen before l COMMERCIAL .?

i' :: ", ithe ,ninth, instant;. Mrv, and' Mrs. pun;' with the Ocala Furniture--< Co., for Clymonds:; and badly fracturing ,his'. and the occasion promises. to be BANK ; ;
V ,?tom 'celebrated their fortieth marriage'.l some time,. has severed hiy connections right hip. His cries' Jar help were a most happy ;one. j
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" ni rtr'TheY' are gtill living with that firm .and has accepted -, heard by Peyton Bailey who was Mr. Burritt's mother separated OCALA FLIT _:
-ilii: fin'thff '' house where. they' 'were'T a position with .the Florida. Electric passing and with the help of several from her husband before he was born, ,

t j:.. a81a'1T1p11'. ,. ; Co. ladies he was put in a wheel barrow and has since married again and is r
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&C '! and taken to 'the house a physician a resident of Tampa. Has Public :
t't'M: : .'an&k JIrs. George Hayes, who Mr; S. ]Knignt- and fa.Dl1Y.ha.ve; summoned.An Mr. Burritt a, valued. attachee of Upon Confidence; is Evidenced :

J f hapi e bfeiI t 'lI bat't., Oklahoma! for arrived In' Ocala from Georgia and ol. rat' n' was performed Monday the Metropolis, being superintendentof ; "
'' !( ;:;: .t.h.p't: l*;'nlonth.arhave'returned; to are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. morning and Mr. McClymonds. is..' circulation and incharge .of the by its Large and "Increasing ': o'

\;'.if, z Ocala? ,Dir; Hayes. '4s. much 'improved Knight's daughter ,Mrs C..A. Thomas. still suffering very great. pain. His I carrier system.-){ tropolisoTh .- ;
'In-heiith'and, wjlt again make Ocala. They will'move, In a. day or: two Into friends greatly. ... regret his ..accident Crowsons formerly lived In Business '- :

m S'.if4t. : a home.. They are the guests of the home that Mr. Lint, t recently ,and wish for him a speedy recovery.. Ocala and are known to our older .,. '
ii '. '.. tMr; and Mrs. George"' Williams for purchased from MaJ. L. T. Izlar residents. ; '.

:i. ft(few days,. Since returning-from the '. I' Board of Trade Meeting.

z ',,: :west they have spent ,a few days In Mr. and, Mrs J. B. Grfggs, prominent An interesting'bbard: of. trade meetIng -- .. ., .

.'('i i;Brboksville. ; and. : Tampa.. citizens of Lynne, 'were visitorsto ,, was held In the council chamber 1xa pt.onal,

".i'!;,." --",, "f Ocala Tuesday, Mr. Griggs says Monday night.. .". --, -- """"'
fi Miss1u- ulse:Hooper is it home .for the farmers in his neighborhood have A 'number of. questions looking to -- JACKSONVILLE CARNIVAL

;: ::?-\kj visltof, :several weeks: with her'els- their cribs full of :corn. an abundance the general welfare, of the city were A. D-FULLBR $ A BIALOCS.Dtntirts.L. p.BI.ALOCK. !

;.1i: i Irs,<'l;'Moorhead., Mlsa,Hoo of hay; plenty of potatoes, ];)prospects discussed and Mr. Rheinauef gave FC, .

.... ..1l !; at the bead of the miUi'department for'a good supply of.meat..their'crops, some, Interesting figures concerningthe ,., November
' ': 'ol! one of the largest all housed and nothing to do now but sanitation of the city. Over Mwuae &ChimbHss Bank Oeila,PIa. 5-10 IQoS'aboa'rd

: In New York city. She. has enjoy themselves,.hunting.and'fishing The figures ,.he submitted proved ,

lete,.+charge:' of this, department and several big expeditions 'to hunt conclusively' that 'a' large percentageof .Air Line

.hash the ;reputation, 'of being a big'.game in tae scrub and fish on the sickness.of. the city.is confinedto m f E.BIGGS _, Railway

:'" .. ,infiedesigner.- This Is her 'first. the, coast are being"planned.BHIcutncst those using cisterns and surface ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. Announces a Rate of r=
:'h,1::," t home; br>several:years ,and her wells,. ,principally the'.latter and this ((Office in Guy-Agaew Block.)

y \ s are.; 'all "'delighted',tq j> see herqtr and :.Constipation.' has been the case as long"as, a record OCALA -." FLORIDA, ONE FAREPlus >.L
has been tile city's health.DaieIic ,
kept.of ;
n.T' YaMr'J I waa'a troubled with bllioosness
,. : FoT-years "
\- bne'per) ceal of'the ckD.esais
,; ,. ;.fr "_ and' constipation which EDWIN SPBNCKK... :.. 25 cents to Jacksonville and return for the .
: public and
_. cent .
l ; L up to Reddick found among those who use city one ;ner
; made life miserable for.me. 'My, a.p.petite mile for military, companies;,'aad Brass '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Ratesapplyfrom
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to.'faIt: his friend wateK
fafled :
I usual
'. J Ro ';"sick : .;Hr, "- me. lost 'my' OCALA, ', +a-lr' :.. -. FLORIDA agency_ stations .on Seaboard In Florida,, Final Iiinit'dIl'ticketa, OT woner.Dates -
:> ...--:, who".wjas. quite; ; force and' vitality. .'.Pepsin perparaUons Other matters of Interest were discussed nth, 1906. 'Can,on your ticket agent; j
.was :ajfomerrjaemfiiirolt the and cathartics only;made matters i

.. :of r=county. 'sera but 'worse., I.,do not know wehe: ...I J. S. .CWu$. :
; "toil .bleo",.attend,the:laying,of s> oal4.be, ,today;!hid 'I.1 not, .' .triedCh&mberlalas.iShmaeh. bin C,...P, HaycrafC; of the best DKSTIST- ..' of, Sate: Havener\5,6,7,,'8 eirf 9
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and Liver .
_ : the corner. tone1:ceremonies.. He'lsa farmers .in ,the Fellowship1 neighborhood '
7 :; T kletei..igHiCUbieta. relieve tILe Jin 'OCALA, 'L '.-: JAB...F. TAYLOR, S, .'(j.. JR '
:i .:oiKar1011...,moat.,..esteemed cIU.asdMflfrlendii ; was In Ocala,Monday and:paid x.i iruatosi. BAYLSTON, .
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feeling, at.onc strengthen the digsUftsactions'blphigthe''syetem C S 55i Travelling Passenger Agt Assistant G .
= :throughout. the this;office an appreciated visit fHeperforms" =: S: ;. $eral Passenger Agt,
.". ty will: regret: to;hesrof.: ,Wa do:lta._work! s torally;.,-){rs.'i.ROsa has a':wire stretcherwb1ch.he;;; thinks Ii -r IfsUIIl. Tampa Tla. .,,; '" :, Jacksonville, .Pla.
...41.hBeneral4.feebleQeej, I'oilsAi ainglr,7 la.;
...,, '. .' .' .t, > :.. j by.all+> druggist'm ,, than he has', ever used.; a.o.hI14- I': '. ''''-a' '*,': : '. :, \<:: '.PORTSMOUTH. ::Vas:!, -' -.*# '

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,. WellJ.. ;:Blue .Bell" has been ,absenttwo For the last three weeks sickness 'Fromiall indications Inhabitants -XPHONOGRAPHS'IX!
r : t 'weeks, she will try again. We are now having"pleasant Weather prevented my giving you, the little of;this little city 'may. be perpared to
although a little cool in the early from this section. within.She near
News; df zany: interest is scarce news hear wedding bells
'around ,Anthony,' morning: We are delighted with the cool future.

> Most of the,men have gone to the Oranges are being rapidly shipped weatner if we did not! have such' long Northern tourists are still arching '
from this point now Cars seem to climate would be
hammocks, swamps and other places summers Floritja .
; be: rather; 'scarce as greater amount > desirable -
'so as to'be ready for. the hunting on demanded the most on earth Mr'Earl Gardiner of Pittsburg pa.,
the first are' being than are furnish. Grapefruit and oranges are ripening and Mr. and Mrs Bogart and children

Revivil services closed here last ed; more engines'also seem Jo be very fast. They are beginning to of .Buffa .,areamong those,who: have A 'f rtld rA a'g
needed now than those which' are In =
?- .., :Monday night Rev Moore, of Ocala, have a beautiful yellow tinge. The arrived. _
., assisted Rev.Cunningham ,during the use.' A great many oranges' 'have to oranges are both sweet and juicy, Mr. -John Lanier and family are

4 meeting; Rev Moore preached stand several days after) being packed more so' than I have ever before occupying the Hopkins' cottage. Z c I 11

:Y t' some interesting sermons while here. before they can be moved on ,ac- .known at this season of the,year. Mr Gale's new,home is progressing -c\

: Mr. Harvey' 'Grantham; of Sparr,' count of not_ having cars and engines Sugar cane is) ne. the farmers will rapidly. c. f : r ____ "
,_ .' was a caller in,bur vicinity Sunday. enough soon commence to operate their sugar Mr., G. D. Washburn returned to
Mr Richard Sullivan of Wauchula, A lovely residence is being erected i mills. his home from Ocala Saturday.Mrs. -f '
here for one of our young merchants -r Mr. J. B. Hall will make.more, left for -
was the guest' ,of Mr. J. L. Hillman syrup Sansberry' Sautrday 1 s rt'I' -.
: Tuesday night. and .if Madame Rumor1 speaks this year than he has ever before. her new home in Bartow. L _
and also the
; T' Several of the Sparrites attended correctly many Sunday He makes the best I ever' ate; very Mrs. Dr. Slaughter left on Fridayto

A church at the M. E., church Sunday visits he makes to Hoomely there fine flavor and'very thick. Some firm, visit her parents In Kentucky:

'night. will soon be another young bride I who has stores both in Miami and Messrs. Rex Nichols and Cecil Bry

; :. Mr. Clyle. of Plant City, is now among us.There i Titusville, wish to secure his ,entire ant spent Sunday with their parentsand ,

operator here in place of Mr. E. P. have been three weddings r crop of syrup. They have purchased friends.

,,-' -.. Hutto.. here in the past week. i most of it for several seasons and Misses DePass and Himes, our suc-

\ : Mrs. George Pasteur attended the W have a nice Sunday school here. I know they can depend upon it being cessful teachers, attended the Teachers
'y Mrs. Alfred ,Campbell was: elected '0. K. Association ..
-, ,' marriage of her sister.. Miss Louise in Ocala on Satur
Bor+ng to Mr. Davis "last, week, at secretary and treasurer Sunday, Mr. ''I The turpentine firm of Messrs Mas- day last.
Pine. May having resigned. Miss Beulah sey Brothers, have secured the services Miss Alice Polly visited Ocala Sat I

; Mr. Ellis of Georgia, brother of Knight was again elected organistand I I of Mr. Snyder as stiller and' he urday. a

Mr. Walter Ellison, of Anthony, Miss Lee.Peeples assistant organist :and his motner moved in last week. Messrs. Sidney Maddox and ,Ed. ENTthA1NIN4iti

Y moved in our little town last week. I We welcome them as they will be Himes are on the sick list, this
He has a'family and the young ladies MR Tom Whaley of Zolfo, spent .quite an addition to our little community -

note.,with pleasure that he has two Saturday night and Sunday here with especially In the Sunday school. week.Rev.. White, the presiding elder, 7e x

'very capable young boys, and also a his brother. and sister-in-law, Mr. and I Mr; C.' Woods, who has had quitea will hold services Saturday night

very pretty and attractive young Mrs. Burnie Whaley.Mr. time with. la grippe Is slowly im and Sunday in the Methodist Episcopal
Willie May has sold his '
daughter, which fact of course is proving. church. ,
being:thought, of by the boys. here and will soon leave for or near : Mrs. Icaas Hall who Is seventynineyears We have the selection
Ocala, where he intends in largest
Well "Here and There" I am glad residing old, has had a very severe spellof .
Had Close Call. _
the future. a .
't you enjoy "Blue1, Bell's" items. Nowif the la grippe, but IS improving.The "A involving
dangerous surgical operation, -
of Edison Records
Mrs. Barber and .little and Phonographs
daughter, -
Mr. Editor; will: allow I will send cattle men from Palatka passed the removal of a malignant ulcer >
=, mrowndeflnitlon'of'the word "love. Edna of Wauchula, came up Sundayto through here last week looking for'cattle. as large'as my hand, from my .

Love is the mysterious tide of sentiment seethe former's daughter and son- They -are expected back today daughter's hip was prevented by the in the city to select from.
that flows from soul 'to soul In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Martin. with quite a drove. They took mealsat application of Bucklen's Arnica

that cannot be expressed by words. Mr, Frank May left recently for the Porter house.I Salve," says A. C. Sticle, of Miletus,

Savannah, Ga., after a six week's ,stay would like to something in W. Va." Persistent use of the salve
It ebbs and flows from heart to heart say regard
? and breaks into pearl and silvery with his brother Mr. W. J..Mar and to dear old Sam Jones, with completely cured it." Cures cuts,

: foam on troubled shores of life; it sister, Miss Essie Whaley. whom I was acquainted but time for- ings burns&and Co.'s Injuries.drug store.25 cents at Tyd-m A. E. BURNETT
Miss Lucile
turns, the humblest]; home, into 'a pal: Windham, of Bowling bids, a'better man never, lived. "By < -
c. the Green came down Saturday after. their works shall know them ,
ace; it makes' pauper a king. you
noon and stayed over night with her Your is of the if BELLEVIEW NOTES.
Wherever Its rapturous billows roll paper one best JEWELER,
sister Mrs. Walter'
tossed to and fro sweetest Shephard. -
we are on
r Miss' Belle Hunter of Georgia who ever Merchants' Block. Ocala Florida
: waves of passion that heave the human Special correspondence Ocala Benner

breast and there is no true happiness has been spending several months send it to my brother, who lives in We are glad to welcome a few of

,, when love is not' in one's with her brother and sister-in-law1 Mr. Gauatln Tenn. near,the old home of our northern friends again.. '

heart Love and to be loved is the and Mrs. Staten Hunter, will remain Col. Burford. and the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.: Hilton have returned -

purest and most genuine happiness-of with them until December, then will John Bell Peyton. also Mrs. C. A. Tremere and

k .(: ; one's life. return home. SIC SEMPI TYRANNIS.Hall children, Mrs. J. M. Millson and Mr. .,
BLUE BELL. Quite a number went up to Bowl E. S. Gardner. SOUTH FLORID LOAN and
--, ing Green Saturday 'from this place, racks for'all manner of houses Mr; J. W. Lanier has accepted a tI
among whom were the following: Mr. from the most presumptious to the
'\ We have1 inaugurated a big cut in and Mrs. Carl Roberts, 'Miss Bailey, humblest. Prices are decidedly right. position at the'turpentine still and '-
AJ the prices on men's pants and boy's I Mr. Lace Knight Mr. Shephard and Try us and see. Ocala FurnitureCo. has moved to Beheview with, his fam- OF ARCADIA FLA.
suits. They are splendid values at our x ily.
prices., Call and. see them. A. L. Mr. and Mrs. :Willie May,
t Mr. Bogart of Buffalo has broughthis CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000.00.
Mr. "Kensinger. our school teacher ,
Webb, The Fair x
h- OCKLAWAHA NOTES. family here for the winter and is
returned this, morning from a short WE ARE DIRECTORS OF THE STRONGEST ABLEST
living in the' Abbott house AND MOST CON!
_-: MciNTOSH NOTES. visit to his parents near Tampa. SERVATIVE FINANCIERS IN1 SOUTHE
k M. A. Dudley has returnedfrom
: ', Mr. I. Murray left for his home in Special correspondence Ocala Banner
,.. Horseshoe and entered the store of
_ Spedalcorrespondence Ocala Benner.DrG. I Georgia. Our people were pleased to see byThursday's Offers to Home Builders long time Payments. and to investors of both]
McGehee & Mayo.
'.. S. Williams is' expected home "SUNSHINE." issue of the Banner that Miss Emma large and small means an unequaled opportunity for a, safe sound and
: I' Washburn is in Belle-
have able
you an correspondent at profitable Investment that will yield an unusual rate
of interest.
<, a few days from Atlanta where he view with her
A Lake Weir. We feel tnat this-the
,. '. aas, been for the past six weeks for I ,
I MARTEL JOTTINGS. most beautiful section of the ECHO. W. H..MOOKE
,' $ special treatment. Specia.1Agent, OCALA.FL&,
not the entire state-should be
r Walter Norsworthy |ts at his post I reg.
I Special correspondence Ocala Benner. ularly represented in Marion's oldest "
_ at..- after a few day's sickness. I '
There has been an immense amount .and best newspaper. Our pessimistsare
Rev.: Dr :Martin preached at the .
_ Methodist church today, and tonight of sickness in and around Martel the rapidly becoming a thing of the
; I
past six weeks. past, and we are looking forward to k
; preached his last sermon with us for .
sometime at least, as he 'moves to. Mr. and Mrs. Davis lost their five the time (in the near future, we -
_ : \ morrow for northern Georgia."W. .year old son from the effect of hope) when:our charming Lake Weir MARYLi 10 CLUB

T. Waters' packing shed fell spasms Thursday, Oct 26. They have will put on her old time splendor, At $1,50 per Gallon. No H- O.G AN S Per bottle $1,50; case of
and her shores
lovely again sparkleand
down on him last week and pretty the sympathy of the community. bristle with energy life and extra charge for Jugs. twelve bottles for $1W)0) IL
badly ,bruised and mashed him up, Mrs. H. W. Long is convalescing '\
-: but it might have been worse, and slowly from a stubborn attack of fever! beauty as of yore. _
All the resitences of the lake .shof6 )' c.
he ta to be congratulated that he of six weeks duration. ("ED'S PLACE. )
have been reveling in the delightful
came out of the ''rubbish looking as W B Johnson, of the Martel _
Lumber has autumn weather. There are no mos
much like a man as he did. company returned froma TO THE TRADE
quitoes to make us lose our religion
L.. H. Willis has gone to Kentucky visit to his family at Valdosta Ga. ; .. ;/
the lake water is delightfully cool
after a car load of stock for S. H. Arthur Hardaker Is having a cosy SOUR MASH
} Galtskin He was expected. home with. residence erected on "quality row," and refreshing ana the many and Our prices are figured on the very OLD PRIVATE STOCKFull

the stock Monday.Mr. The cage is all right where Is the varied tints and shadows play upon Full Quarts 75 ,cents- ; Lowest Cash basis and under no cir
bird The bird will be there its sparkling waters are joy to the Quart $1.50; four
:- and Mrs. Hall and little daughter soon.Ed ) four full Quarts $3.00;
cumstances will C 0. D.
are at the Baldwin hotel for a Banner.J soul and a delight to the eye. No one twelve quarts deliveredfor we ship goods quarts, delivered $6.00

few days ,Mr. Hall is interested in L. Smith, of Berlin, is finisning a with a soul as big as a peanut could |9.00 as the. Express companies will only $16.00.twelve quarts delivered

the firm of Monroe & Co.'s naval two-story building on Main avenue live here any length of time without take whiskey at owner's risk and open. >

stores, and will have charge of the of Martel, and will: 'use the ground becoming but ever charmed beautiful by this lake.ever changing The law will not allow them to ship
farm floor as, a store
near Flemlngtou..
4 : J. K. Christian has returned from The.Martel. school is progressing Miss Maggie Nixon, who is attend. whiskey 0. O.. D. We will accept Ex-

.' a several day's visit to Dunnellon.S. nicely under the teaching of Miss tug school at Ocala, came down Friday press Orders, Postoffice money orders, '

H. Walkup, of the firm of Walk: Steaa Martin who descends from evening for a week-end visit to one and two cent stomps and checks
her grandfather, and her sister .
natural born teachers.
Bros. J. D. Mixson and others
leave Monday night for a swamp hunt Mrs. L. D S. Curry of Jaqkson-; their home on the lake shore. The ROYAL VELVET on parties we know are 0. K. We'buy LEWIS 66

r 'on the gulf coast. vile, who has been nursing her sick family have been very uneasy about $1.50 four for cash and sell for cash thereby "
sister several weeks will return to Mr Nixon, who was in the storm on per quart $1.50 per quart; four
Captain Claude Davis, is in Jack. quarts. $6.00 case of giving our customers thebenefit of
: .f her home Monday, the east coast, he having charge of twelve for quarts $3.00; case of
sonvUle on railroad business quarts $13.00 Bad accounts.
__ There is some talk of the Arredonda The members of St Johhns Sunday a number of men engaged on the Key twelve quarts $14.00.

_ packing house of which Mr., S. H. school presented to H. W Long West extension They have not heard
superintendent for the past forty five from him since the storm but "no -
Gaitskill 'is manager, being moved HOGAN'S SPECIAL HOLIDAY
over on the Gainesville & Gulf railway years. a nice Morris chair. Oct 14, news Is good news," and they hope for OFFER
through the pastor Rev W A. Weir, the best.
Mr. E. W, Rush has arranged
to,pack his.oranges there as a token of appreciation of his ser Mr. R. L. Martin of Ocala' and '

AV, E,, Allen is cutting car loads of viceS which Mr Long very much ap. Lake Weir came down to the latter six FULL QUART: FOR $5.00

.0 oranges this week. The crop through preciates. Such prominent persons as place Friday afternoon to survey the

??* mostly fancy fruit, Ross N; Barco, D, M, Barco and Miss Katie Scott.. of, Staunton ya. One Quart Maryland,Rye, One Quart North Carolina Corn
The teachers the high school in Mesdames L. M. Graham Ac J. Turner nice of Captain H. W. Henry return. One Quart Apple Brandy One Quart Holland Gin ,

R company with several other young ,.J. H Brooks and Ollie Bachelder ed Saturday afternoon to spend the One Quart New, England Rum One Quart Sherry.

people with-Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thomas were scholars off that Sunday school winter with Dr. and Mrs. Hugh W. This is that will Tickle You
chaperon hiedaway Friday night during the sixties. An extraordinary Henry, ,on the lake. She made many something as it passes down and you will

to the banks of Orange Lake and enjoyed feature of its history ja that. duringhis warm friends here during her visit aggree with us that its good. These goods are taken from our regular

__j: t a fish fry'.moonlight.. long term of service the superintendent last winter who 'are glad to welcome stock and after buying if you don't think its worth

Quite a few went to Micanopy has not missed a service on her back'agath. Se is indeed a most return it to and will $S.oo.for Six Qurts,
us we
gladly refund
Thursday night to hear the drainage account of personal sickness and was gracious and charming little woman your money.

Question discussed by Governo never fifteen minutes late. and loved by all who know her A GLASS AND CORK 'SCREW FREE WITH EVERY
: Broward and others. After running four preliminary lines Mr. A. W Yonge one of our pro- FIVE DOLLAR ORDER.

D, H., Petteys is expected home from Carter's Pond to York by the gressive merchants and planters, ..

,.- from ,At1 nia. Monday night G. & G, railway company a perma- made business visit to Ocala Friday VEBD1H BELL FEW MORE OL; DAY OFFERS: "

'- W;'R,' Broom and W A. Davis have nent line has been located within a CoL R. E. Burnham, of Texas who RYE AND KENTUCKY BEWAt

:put in an irrigation plant And from half mile west of H. W, Long's residence owns several orange groves on Lake Full quart $1.25: four BOURBON

,t',:; -',now on' will look for rain just as they which will completely surround Weir and at Candier came down Fri quarts,for. $5.00 twelve,' Leesbunt Rve,1:50Quart, 50 cents; Half Oa11ol1' $i'2S per quart{ focrquarts
need It him with bands of steel and day afternoon to look' after his inter. quarts $15.00.P4UL $ .00; Gallon $ :5; case of 12

place him within from ests here,and is stopping with Old Fashion Rye, Quart quarts'r $1-00.
:. W.. G. Norsworthy will open his a half to one JudgeC. i Ion cents Half Gal.
.. $ Gallon '
; 83.00:
packing house for business this week. one and a half miles of a railroad J. Smith at Lake Weir. How' .

>a Several., orange buyers have put in east west, 'north"and: south. Mr W. H, Moore leaves Sunday afternoon Gallon $..'OO; Gallon.Rye$1,00. ;QU&1' 'Loo; Half
their appearance and things are getting The members of friendship lodge for a business- trip to AT

t .:. interesting;to the, growers more No. 53. F. & A M., had that splendid cadia. CORN WHISKEY

-ir and more';everT' day. artist N. L GitUieb, of Ocala, to The steamer Delia Is kept busy North Carolina. Quart "'"'
L .' > MrSv' ; A* Murrell went |o Gainesruleyesterday to ineke an excellent crayon of H..W these days with tee shipments of or. MSAt" $1.00Gallon, 50 cents; Half Gal

_ '.. ,-;. to have some dental Long W. M. as a token of their f raternal 'anges from the Island and the ,penInsular $1.25'r quart 13 ..,& :> $1.75.E. : Halt L E S 41 mm I
': ::- carpentering 'done. regard for past' services as i the Carney Inyestmnet, Co., quart for $13.50.iUCI&ffltTESCIICl. ; ...., ; GallonI.00. Ten old
.. W., M. thirteen years at different CoL Burnham and others having IS.OQ years
.: i WINES per quart.NNrlUUGIII.
: >- A Methodist ..Minister Recommends times from 1866'to dat, and being quite a large crop this year. AND SWEET GOODS

,, ,! '.' .Chamberlain's' Cough: Remedy, the only livlng"member of that lodgeof OCCASIONAL. Tom Blackbery'.Quart 50 cents; Gallon $1.50. .
t > i r We,have! used Chamberlain's Cough IS 62, which was suspended upon Gin $1.75: to $t.OO per Gallon.

: : Remedy,1d.out"boirtolfor,seven years the rolls of the'lodge rooms at a'regular 'Famous Strike Breakers. .M. .Sherry. S0, 60 and 15 cents per quart; 11.50i
.. and tas'always: proved to be a reliable meeting.Oct 26,' The most: famous'strike breakers in Ca.00 L11d! $ .Wine Gollon Port acme Prioe.

remedy We hay found that it Th. lodge during its existence has the land aient.. Kings New Life ,_ _lifornia ,,$5.00 per case! ___
I Pills When liver and bowels go on -
wQuld'ido more'lthjhth manufacturer
; never l>eeaia a more fiou rishfng'con. :.
a strike thequickly settle the
claim.ton.ttlt'' is'e eciailygoo d ditl for croup'.and.whoo1'ng cough Rev Seedr-'no 0
stated meeting io three ;; Introduction,_ H06AN For every complaint ofquart.
one right Best '
from on. cure for e6nsUps.tlon.headache
Pastor '
# James. Lewis. Millca, Min. $i.e: .' ,
quart. S
'; HZ' L::Church. Chamberlain's Cough candidates have haddegrees: conferrp4 and dizziness. 25 cents at > ; 1ddae11, '1.60 pu

Remedy ia sold by all .druggists. m 'upoIl1.them.! the new- 'members, beIng Tydinga ,& Co. Druggists m .
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'',': The be piece., parlor suits, can' be found 'a\ **. _., : MINK KIT ejl
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... MR. LIGHT'S FIGURES ARE MIS- Mr. S. S. Savage of Candler was

LEADING.To transacting business Ocala. Friday. L

.. T the Editor Ocala Banner: Mr H. D. Bryan, of Hawthorne, is

M Attention has been called to a letter -, in the city for a few days, the guestof

1t of Mr. L. S. Light published: inthe his brother. Mr. T. D. Bryan. fora Never Without Pe-ru-na in the Home

Ocala Banner dated the 19th of few days.Mr.

October which was so full of errors'
and Mrs. James T. Rawis of
for Catarrhal
Diseases. '
as to salaries and amounts paid, by T
Crystal River, were In Ocala for a
the various states to appellate courts
few hours Friday'returning home
that it necessarily .must bemisleadng. 1
from th aite ,trs cur. 9tr.T. -
a trip Springs. :
1 kinfPov4 r His first error js that the clerical -I --
of the of
help supreme court
I Mr. George Johns and Miss Nora :
\\.4': 2
Florida is paid by the state over r \I :
i Lee Walters were united in marriage ,
) M 5000. This is incorrect. The clerkof
r at the home of the bride's parents
the supreme court receives from
h Absolutely I several miles souta of the city yester (
the state $1,200 a year. The typewriter day. -

..f $1,200 a year. The janitor, : ;

a PurcDISTINCTIVELY who' acts as librairian, gets $900. Miss Ernestine Brooks of Martel, -

The law provides for a stenographerat who attends the Ocala high school i ik
$600 but at present no
per year went out home Friday afternoon to

A CREAM OF stenographer is employ I spend the week-end with her parents,
Mr.-Light North Carolina
says pays
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brooks.
thesupreme court judges $3,000 each
or $9,000. North Carolina has 'five -
Senator I, N. Withers, after a brief :
3 aiu supreme court judges and at $3,000 visit in Ocala returned to his homeat : :: :

Royal does not contain an atom of a year they would get $15,000. He j Lady Lake Friday afternoon. He

f says that South .Carolina pays her was' his sister Mrs.
acocmpanied by
phosphatic acid (which is the chief justice $3.200 and associate justices Townly .Porter, who returned home Fo. ,4. ::

product.of bones digested in sulphuric $2,800 and clerical help $3- Saturday 4

$3,200 South Carolina has four supreme -
acid or of alum (which is
court judges who are paid $3- Mr. W. H. Moore of Lake Weir, P{ ,

one-third sulphuric acid) substan- 000) per annum. He says TeXas pays returned to his home Friday afternoon ; ; ; \s\q.$'' ; ,.

F :ices adopted for other baking pow- <- '. her three supreme court judges $4- after a trip in the northern part of )_
000 a year and that the total appropriation
the state. He expects to leave in aday
,ders because of their cheapness, '. for the 'court is $20,000, and or two for a trip to Tampa and

that four hundred cases are acted on. Arcadia. : r -
rf 9Ka dalena ,.,j
He says that Florida judges get $3- Mfirt ter. '

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. 000 each and $5,000 for clerical help, Captain Jno. L. Inglis. who has ''/ a an
t and only two hand- .'K p. S,D.FOBS,119 S. E. 6th street, UI find that la my ''ease Perms is ifiesh
-- -------- -- ----- making $23,000, been spending some time abroad has -
dred cases acted upon. These states returned to England from a visit to iVA Minneapolis Minn.,writes builder. I am now at work every

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWH. Wedding at Hawthorne. ments are very misleading. Takingthe Rome and other interesting points in "r wish to congratulate you on your day,and have gained
From last Daily. GAlNtD:
Sunday's year 1904, the only one in which Italy. He expects to sail for hpme medicine,Feruna. I have been a sufferer tea pounds. 1 took
Thfs afternoon at half after two 't
10 IBS.IN Feruna aeeofd.WfIG"T.
the catarrh of the stomach for your
and with
'MISS SARA ELIZABETH.HARRIS.. the reports are accessible in a short while. .
o'clock at Hawthorne .Mr. H. D. Ing to direction,and :
F 5' Local Editor. Texas courts wrote opinions in over two years but since I have com- -
Bryan will be united in marriage to the result .
129 cases. If it acted in other casesit We have printed, as requested; menced to take your wa more

:Miss Mamie Morrison. The weddingwill was to refuse jurisdiction, and with. the "Appeal of the Citizens of Os- A CooD'remedy ,I have been thanIexpeetted. im
Mrs .J. W and take place in the Methodist "I breathe with and :
Perry daughter out opinions. in which comparatively ceola County against the Adoption of WORD FOR steadilyimprovingPE.RtJNA. can now ,
': Zelda, 'went down to Dunnellon Saturday church, which has been beautfiul\r little labor is required. From June the Proposed Constitutional Amendment untiTnow: I can safely also my cough is stopped. I had it for :
afternoon ;to visit relatives. decorated for this happy occasion,- six:months before I took down with the
FlorIda I feel no more of
Y term 1905 to June term 1906 the : but observe that this appealis say
and the ceremony will be performedby old trouble, and as a matter of grip. _
supreme court wrote 164 opinions. only signed by eleven citizens my
t_ The Metropolitan band will giye Rev.. L. D. Hayes.. Immediately after Moreover the Florida supreme, court course,I will always have a good word "I took no other medicine bat Perun Nand

< a concert this afternoon in the park the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Bryan does not pay $5,000 for clerical help Mr.H.W, Hyde, 'a prominent young for Percna.. it accomplished all. Yon told me =:
. z next, to the fire station 'and the. city will leave for Hendersonville N. in first letter that Feruna would -
; : of Crystal River, who is with the your
and not much more than half that "I recommend it to all my friend. ;
:w. hall..f' .. C., where they'will, spend their hony- Dixon Crucible company, was in Ocala cure me and it has. : ',
sum. Mrs. Magdalena Winkler, Route 4, = '- -
'", moon. "1 eventy-three cldjand can
In Texas there is'a court of criminal Friday, He was enroute home froma Westminster I years -
L Mrs. G. A. has to Is of the loveliest ,JLL/writea: attend to work and business '
Petteway come Miss Morrison one whose three visit to his old home at Cordele Ga., my atusual.
f.- Appeals, j judges get 'I. ',
1 i reside in Tampa.. The? will maketheir and most charming young ladies of "1 thank you very much for your ad- ." .
where he went to attend the weddingof
and intermediatecourt
L 'Home,'oil Beach' avenue, Hyde Hawthorne, possessing many virtues $4,000 a year !!ian I rice. I can safely say that Feruna and Mrs. Theone Mlkkelson, Brigham R .
of civil appeals consisting of his sister, "Miss Adeline Hyde. .
: -< Park. ,-. Tampa Globe. and attractions.Mr.. I Bryan is a Manalin have saved my life. City Utah,'writes: .
\ five divisions of three judges each,
t brother of Mr. Tolar D. Bryan,' of whose salary is $3,5DO year. The Mr. l,;. L. Moore has returned home "When I wrote to you the first time,I "1 wish to thank you for all the good '==>

.- ; Mr and Mrs, C, H* Packham, who this city and -he- spent Friday and appropriations in 1905 for per the two from a two weeks' visit in New Orleans asking your advice my condition was Feruna has done me. I am entirely free a

have been spending the summer atPhiladelphia Saturday home with him. He is connected courts, viz: Supreme court and court with his son, Mr. Clarence so poor that 1 did not r from the cough which used to bother me a

a' and in New Jersey, re/-' with the Atlantic Coast Line of criminal appeals, six judges 'was Moore. He had a. splendid trip and expect to live through PRAISEthe so much every winter. s

.-,' ;turned- hon$1 Saturday. railway at Lakeland and is a splendid $41,870 and for all the, appellate courts reports that his son is doing splendidly winter but now I FOR "My kidneys are also in IifOO condition -'_-7

",'. young man. After spending a in nis new home. He has am perfectly healthy. PE-RliNA.I and t' feel ..a
462, laws of 1905. The
:ty, ;: Eli 'Smith and her two daugh 105520. p. '
'of. Alexanderville in fortnight at Hendersonvllle, Mr. and total salaries of the {'!appellate judges a charming family and has done wellin cannot praise your stronger and better GIVES : '
ers, Ga., ar ;
Mrs. Bryan will make their home at business. medicine enough and I.recommend it to all over. For all these PE-RU-NA =-
the and are"the in Texas is $76,500 per annum.
city guests oft 1r. I "
-1- Lakeland. others. I give the credit to CREDIT. ='
.;' and 'Mra..,J. a Smith..8t1' These figures are given to rebut -
the inference of Mr. Light's letter Judge W. S.. Bullock and State Attorney T. T. Markland, a well-known business your excellent medi

{ Z ,' Wedding Bells. E. W home Fri. man of Cincinnati 0.,writes from clue,Perna. pleased to recoo : ::
'. ,Mrs. E., C. 'Staley, who, has been Addle Hans- that the appellate' business of Texas 1 ,- Davis came Jam

: : spending several weeks in Ocala the brough The marriage of Hansnrroujjh otjJMs; Valley and is done by a court of three "judges at I day from Sumterville where they SlOG Woodburn Ave*as follows: mend it everybody." Siof

,. $guest of ,her parents; ,Mr.. and Mrs Mr. Louis WeymanPuval, of Ocala, a cost of $20,000 were engaged all the, week in hearing ; .
// Moore has returned to her home Georgia a murder case. Hon. R. A. Bur-
; o.L. Fla., is announced to take place Two years ago the state of

\_ *is. Jacksonville. Friday, November 2, at the residenceof increased the salaries qf her su- ford. defended the. prisoner and sueceeded
'' in gaining a verdict of manslaughter -
? :
court judge to $4,000 per
Mr. and Mrs Stiles McDougal, supreme
i( Hon M. Simonton of Tam.' established an" for his client This case
/ : 'Frank = near Long Grove. annum, and recently

::r..pa.,; formerly of-.this county,. continues Misses Lula ,Robinson Llllie Gold- intermediate court of appeals of three: was' considered quite an important Gold

.L:-' to :erect big buildings' in Tampa namer and Amanda Harris will be judges with salaries Ql $4,000 each. victory for Mr Burford. Storage

:- ; ,' He has. acq red the habit and the bridesmaids and the attendantsto Alabama pays her seven, supreme i! Newport'News..

||: :just naturally keeps, it up.. the groom will be Dr. Carroll English court judges a salary, of $3,600 per. Will Loocate at
< I :Mr. M. Handelsman, proprietor
now of Louisville Mr. Hugh Bland annum. =.. i\ his Meats
'Ocala ,and 'GaInesVille are in. the Boston Store acompanied by
to live in
this and Mr. Duval, brotherto more _
r of county
direct communication by. Jong die- little daughter, Simmie
't. from Georgia. The than it does in more northern ,
the bridegroom
:.. tones telephone. The Ocala.Banner will be performed by the perhaps 20 per cent. more than in home Friday: afternoon from Newport .

;received. the first message TannouncP. ceremony father of the bridegroom Rev. Duval. North Carolina. The (cost of living News Va., and Mrs. Handelsman wenton We beg l to annuounce to the ,
c Walter< to New York to spend a couple xs
: ing;the death-.of'lion.. G., Rob'Inson of the Methodist church at Carters- has increased more than 50 per cent ; w --ii- *

G : v.fe since 1872 when the salaries of the of weeks buying goods. ublic that lead -
yille, Ga. The marriage ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Handelsman went we are y to ,
; Ii :'Mrs. H. .G. Keen returned Saturday will take place at one o'clock and Florida supreme were away especially to look for another:

H"to'takel: d, where .she.:will visit rel: the couple will take the I C. train fixed. Six of the ablest of have the Flor left j' location and have decided in favor of cure Meats. We GUARANTEE ,
Bridal to Old Point Comfort Ida supreme court judges
'r'i.atives: before going to Tampa, her for a trip Newport News. 'iney have rented a
the court within ten years .
= has rented her and Washington City. in that ,
:'lfuture"home, She three-story elegant building SATISFACTION and iw
viz Ra-
is charming and the salary was inadequate ( : 3
;, ; place here_ to, Mr.- Steve Carter.- Miss a city and will move from Ocala .the
Liddon, Carter, Mabry, Maxwell
engaging lady is quite ney, ;
most young '
.1\ el1ondvocate.. first of next January. They are delighted \ '
g 5 ',:; '-. popular and belongs to one of the and Glenn), Such of them as had'' with the prospects 'at New- solicit your p tronage.IIV "* ""

'{ : Mr, A_ E. Campbell who is now most prominent families in the coun- families found themselves unable to port News and expect to like their

!b the Buttgenbaeb Phosphate com91017 ty. Mr. Duval is a gentelman of good pay expenses and educate their child home much. They will
a $ new very = -
who have
Those of thm I
::1'.. .-? at Dunnellon, was in Ocala Sat. business qualifications a man of sterling ren. making gone' move the stick of goods from the OCALfl ICE S
law are
to practice
-ct'. worth and he is held in high estimation back
k wrday He was returning from Boston Store and will also. purchasea
than the salary of a supreme
home. The more twice
his southern
'. t A' *oaville, :where .he went up to meet big line of goods :
: bad beenspending" couple will make their home In Flor court judge. A wise people FUEL CO. b,
; :! hi'wife and children, Ocala regrets to lose Mr and Mrs.
will not desire to have a court of
) News
Elizabethtown (
!- .<. the summer in Georgia and ida.- Handelsman and they are sorry to
resort from which the best and most
:.. North. Carolina. They left on the af.f leave but were forced to do so, the
to excluded!
active lawyers are -
: Hernoon train for Dunnellon. The Presbyterian Meeting., rented by
of the inadequacy, of the sal- store they now occupy .

:, '-., tv;i'-..: ;Airs. ,Lee',.COx.who has been spendf:4Jng -, The series of-meetings that have ary, A wise people wi(l desire the Messrs.unable Rheinauer to secure& Co.another and as they suit Co .... -u

N Ocala, with her been held in the Presbyterian church best lawyers on its court of last resort were
some time In compelled to .
able location they are go
i V1C(mother-in-law,. Mrs.- W. S, Pike and closed with the services on Friday and so will every w se man. The elsewhere.An LANDS.

kj-f'h > sister Mra. P. V., Leavengood evening. Day after day and night aodption of the salary amendment will '

41-K tf: wentdown' tQ Leesburg Saturday aftenioon after night the Rev. John G. Law, not add one iota to the present' rate Unfortunate Accident. If you hare lands you wish to sell, lease or rent;

:- ',-."a ,. Mr. Cox came' in from D., of Walhalla, S. c., preached of direct taxation. The friends of Mr. Peter Ingram or if, you wait to buy lands for farming grazing, -

x 'N ;Jacksonville and went on to Leesburg word faithfully, earnestly force Supreme court judges by virtue of regret exceedingly to learn of the turpentining lumber purposes,
result his preaching their situation and duties are excluded
it: .Mrs Cox .'iiey will make their ID. As a oC accident that befell,him Friday morn
: have been quickened and re from making money in business -
} 1 ome-at.that place for the present ing. Write to
-' -<.,.: ,.. -.-, .. themselves to the serviceof pursuits. If they are not rich,
; --1' I While on top of a ladder pruning a
i Mrs; R- A.. Jackson of Tampa, the Master. The attendance at the present salaries, they must expect ladder broke throwing him to
tree the
:w wife of Sheriff Jackson, stopped in would have been larger had not the : to die paupers. This is not a the ground/some feet below. His leg BLOUNT EBAL ESTATE CO.

';3fOca.1&: from Friday to Saturday afterx.aaott weather been very inclment during pleasant fate which Mr.< ]Light insists es'and owingto
broken in three pla
:. on her way home from a sum. the major portion of the week. The shall be that of the judges of the supreme 'Yas.the advanced age of 'Mr Ingramthe OCALA, FLORIDA. ;

k- :: Mrs. seed in who are not in independent
: visit to the mountains Rev. Dr, Law has'p1anted court is serious than it
accident, more ...
",;""-meson is the' daughter' of the late that will spring up and circumstances.The ..
l : '' Florida is would have been to 'a younger man. _. .. __ ,.-.'"_ ,_.. ." ,
1i' Eichelberger, of HiUsborough i bear fruit long after: he shall have supreme court up A physician was summoned to look .p h ,_

;r ty and while in.. Qcala she was been called ,to his reward.-Edge--with its docket and attending to all after the Injuries of Mr. Ingram and DIRECTORS '

: :guest of Col.. and Mrs. Adamielberger. ville Advertiser pet, 11. the business that comes, before It. he is now doing very well under the : aB.

The above item will be read with What more can bedemandedt -
:. .. circumstances. Mr. Ingram has only S. Hall George MacKay J. K. Christian
of Dr. q T GREEN.
interest the Ocala friends ; '
Y''J14r. by just'recorered from an illness of sex H..A. Ford Z. a Chambliss -
: :
: i and !Irs; Hampton who are glad to hear such
Law. Come to our town, the: metropolisof the accident that has
}'f: dUCordele, Ga:, were in Ocala Sat- eral weeks and T. T. Munroe J. B.-Brooks
:= ,,1if dayfor, a short while. This young good, news from him, 'the county, and wettl show you a now befallen Mm is very much to be -- rig

'-':-1101Ple'were ,maried at, ,the home,of model town- one that will make anyother regretted. =-, <'

->tMbride: ; a:few days; ago,' the bride No one.is. so independent as the town of its size look like 30( : In addition to its excellent facillities this Bank .

beet >before her ''marriage farmer; he' doesnt.. have to truckle;. cents in Chinese money. VTell show' Mr. Charles Whiteside' is no longer t

':AdelIne Hyde' Mr; .and Mrs. It,he is insulted he can resent the you our schools and churches, our chief clerk at the Ocala House, has:the advaetage cIa competent, capable and good .' .
I '
:1'1\: '.had been at St-,Augustine suit 'without fear of losing trade, and prosperous fraternal societies, our which position _he has,,held for many

.. several ',days :and were'' in Ocala.: there la no earthly reason. with the solid business concerns. We'Ucall years. He has resigned his position Board of Directors and a strong body of Sfflckholders.
k farD\' he now loss attention to the appearance of and expects to leave soon for Biro 1 1Ingham.
the! : !ai: to Crystal River, toda improved ,macl1tne1'f/ your -
.: few. days. with,.Ids Cleg- in use, why he should not have Tax the people their dress intelligence Ala.' and will;probably make
'such for health and smiles of and his home in:;that'lty.- Mr White lde '
>a. brother{Mr. Go, W. Hyde, at eight-hour day and prosperous
; and'Mras- C. E., Herrick'aY Mraj reading and. study, as would .spogi happy .lives., We'll show ',you many wW be, greatly missed .not' only t>y THE CENTRflL BANK .

':isfc.very/charming and .ate make>him"one/of;,the best jlnfpn ed successful business .men- : ,and; the the people1 Ocal*:but by the large :
ire, ?you i'woman :and,:she, and men ,ia iPf';cxlline.a Why ,shouldn'# prettiest girls and :the "handsomest number.'of'friends' that he has made OF

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_'l: ,'; .:1 :;JENNINGS REPLIES TO notwithstanding tr ust- waS' ,never.that:denied'lawyers them do; and dis- management the necessary and expenses"sale, are of hereby selection irrevocably \\e,,' 0Q Ci Xnuprawi Vt AJ&BThree \\ o.tm1t ,\\ ?

: agree upon ihe law referred, tow e vested in five trustees, (naming -.
.:. ; > ,'- iLEMIJIO. dud from authentic records* beiniuiwfth 1 them) and their successors in office '\\tC\\ \ :;

... ," J; "f' ftesblutloit\7sTo.: .' 1;approved Dec* 'to hold the same in trust for 'Ve$ t\ t'tee... 'iVU"9Sr\ \
." l. .. "
.' the fifty yearS ,existence of the fund, the uses' and purposes hereinafter rtx
.Jacksonville FlaVOct. 21 '
." ,TO-the Editor of the Ocala Banner: that any court has undertaken to con provided with power purchasers '\\1Uttk m b\\\\ 'ta.Q -
; trot the sale and disposition, of the transfer :said lands to the .
attention has been called to
My a .
., lands of control the discretion' vested and receive payment from the same, ,
.r letter "pubushed fir your: Issue of the '
; in the trustees:' during the time that to fix the price and make: arrangement ; '
\ n\\ tiSso'atlcca
23rd' instant signed by my esteemedR : \ LW -
: ; : "
frlenfd thee fund was In the hands of the for the drainage of the, lands of
Hon, .F. P Fleming. It is '
self limits tee.burden to the lands re- the swamp and overflowed \lands as .
gratifying,, tp.note the'\high plane upon ..
erred to athe, amendment' andtherey in their ? ; Cl"e :'
: 'which he discusses the proposed judgment may be most advantageous -i:
F prevents the payment of drainage to the Internal Improvement -
amendment to ,the constitution;
tax out jof the general revenue Fund and the settlement and I
which, I Pgfee'wfth'him. Is one,of the
: fund of the sta derived from the cultivation of the lands."
famous Pied
most important questions that has tobacco growirin the :
; tax of property at large. In compliance with this law and ways are used by farmers ,
; been submitted to the electors to
Lawyers may have disagreed and in obedience. to the trusts thereby and their .tomont region require and takes l less
: pass upon:in many years, and further for curing preparing f
do disagree upon the construction created it is a matter of history that
that it is of so much importancVjtnat.lt -. than tobacco in '
agree should:not be considered the statue governing these grani. ; every, act of the legislaure purportingto bacco for the market;, namely sun sweetening grown .;

from the standard of factional politics and there are questions' involved that grant the lands of said funds, or cured air cured and flue cured. any other section of the United States -
even the courts seem to disagree on, in any wise conflict with the duties ,
:T statu,I or of how It may official:etrec Individual the political, but but there is' one question that so far powers or trusts were vetoed by the The old and cheap way is called air and has wholesome, stimulating, ';.

any I haev been able to ascertain all legislatures, for twenty-five years tobacco taste that satisfies .
E only that of interest to the people of? cured the later discovery and imjuicy, .
courts have agreed upon, and that is and until during the session of 1879, ; .

d:1r' 'posd the state.to" .the He amendment writes that for he the is rear op- the expressed trust and discretionary at 'whIch time a.bill. passed attempting proved way is called flue cured. tobacco Hunger. That's why chewers tIn

; Power 'vested in the trustees of the 'to grant certain of these lands because ,1
son flue curing the tobacco is taken prefer Schnapps, Schnapps
i Jnt rnal Improvement Fund concernIng which 'Governor Drew vetoed, setting

can"1.be I drained do not.: so think as.to the become Everglade avail the control management and disposition forth his. reason"at length under date from the fields and racked in barns cheers more than any other chewing ?

> for, the purposes of, the of February 25, 1S79. chewers }
able for without? the expenditure especially built to retain heat and.tobacco. that'svhy
grant the lands vested in them so Following this veto a bill was re ,:

\. that/ it practicable' of a large for sum the of state money: to as I have been able to ascertain all ported by the railroad committee of there subjected to a continuous high Schnapps pass the good thing along ;

there has never been a time'during the house attempting'to grant certain
: : raise, without the serious, oppression| chewer makes other chewers r
: the iirectone
States produced by
;$ ; requesting congress to grant of these lands to a company named in temperature, ,
of a" large number of her citizens.
J.,any':not sure that: can gather his t o this state>"the lands lying south of the bill vetoed being chapter 3167, heat of flame heated flues, which until the fact is established that t
the Caloosahtchee river and on the' which act was made to conform to
.., meaning of this objection. Considering! out in the tobacco that there are more chewers and more ,7
northern shores of Lake Okeechobee: Governor Drew's objection ,and was ,brings ,
it in the light of.the proposed amend-
:; on ,condition that the state will made subject and subordinate to and that of tobacco chewed to the '"
,anent, It is Inapplicable, for the rea stimulating taste aroma pounds .
drain them and apply the proceeds of chapter 610 creating the trustees,

--- '. f 'son under that' the the' ;proposed'state is not constitutional called upon 1 the sale thereof, after defraying the as to the manner of constructing the expert roasting develops in green population in, states where Schnapps /

expenses of draining, to. the purposes road and drainage made subject to is sold than there are'in '
sum tobacco
amendment 'to raise a large of coffee. These similar give
; processes ,
of education 'Copies of the ;resolu- the rights of all creditors of the r

_. 'r money or :on*; the or any taxable1 money*property,;; on ,the: of state the tlOIi are forwarded to the 'presidentand fund and to the trusts to which said to both tobacco and coffee the cheerthDse states where Schnapps has not -

4'- t state j to' be,expended in ".th. drainage the state.United States senators fromthis fund control is applicable, management and,made sale and subjectto appropriation ing and stimulating quality that popyet been offered to the trade., :"

_ .' of To the_'my Everglades mind the, "serious oppress Following this resolution a bill of said fund and the ularizes their, use. A ice. plug of Schnapps is more

t: lbn _referred to could'only;be .applied, was submitted to the United Stat s lands constituting the same for the The' of economical than much
: senate quality tobacco depends a larger ioc.
August 12, 1S4S, No.. 333, to purposes of said trust 'under said act.
.a.t.all" cot. to a "large number' of
\t "authorize the' drainage of the Everglades That the title to me lands is not to
'- : : her citizens," but about,in the follow- much on the curing process and the plug of cheap tobacco. Sold at 500.
in ,the state of Florida by vest until they shall be released

<-1- king land proportions owned.;. 'the, according drainage district to the: the said state and to grant the'simeto from the indebtedness existing kind of soil that produces it, as exper pound in 5c. cuts. Strictly 10

'? < Acres.. the said state for that purpose.. against said trust fund expressly pert tests prove that this flue cured and iS-cent plugs. >
This bill was referred to the committee stating that it Is the purpose.to grant ,
Southern,States 'Ua d'i.&
'.xlmbet' on public lands and an exhaustive the residuary interest of the state in
Co. of Louis-
'lana:; '.. ;'.. ., .. ,. $1,050,257.20; report was submitted to the lands granted by an act of con A
Empire-, -- i Land .Co., ofNo'Jersey "* the committee and accompanying thereport' gress of 1850.- See section 5 of the R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO IPANY, WiN .TON-SALEM, N. C. ;.

of the of the act_ ..
secretary treasry
-. : :
;' -, < 748,25134Mississippi
= t .. As to my information that all legIslative -
'V 1ley Reality
This report states among other acts attempting to grant landsto a few Individual owners, and nine
Coy .
of Mississippi 181,201.02Consolidated
; -
r" ,
things that more than"six sevenths railroad companies Florida.from
Land. Co,, of corporations, or whether they 'deem
Florida ,,'> ,. ,' .. .. 806,958.60.Frank or'the territory Is unsurveyed, and that day to. this, without a single exeption it just that the lands to be benefitted
T It Is officially reported by the c are made subject to the
Q.: Brown trustee, surveyor should bear the burden of their own
ti of. New." ;York. ] Railroad general of Florida that it cannotbe same provisions 'either by the act reclamation as' provided and limitedby

surveyed without this being done," Itself or the general law contained in the proposed constitutional amendment
.. Land..Grants, ,., .. *? ., 102,933.15
referring to thedrainage of the the revised statutes.
,Florida Cypress Co., ofMichigan. regardless of ownership.

<<' ..' ,.. .,. -.. 83,840.00. lands. The only other question that would W.',S. JENNINGS w
'Florida. East 'Coast, Rail The report of the secretary of the arise is.a matter of opinion,as view Bilious ?

I- way.. o!? Florida :.. .. ? lsavoI1.0Q treasury to.Ie senate of the United it, relating to these grants is what Is How to Cure a Cold.
Model Land Coyof: FlorIda States transmitting a .copy of the report called certificates Issued by former The question of how to cure a cold .

> ,<;..- ; .: ,; .,. 127.939,00 of Buckingham Smith Esq., who trustees,, some of them having been without unnecessary loss of time is I The only sure cure fox
r' : J. 4 i ? .x; was in 1847'employed,by,the treasury one in which we are more or'less Jn-
during the and
1839 constipation
year ;
upon Biliousness
'La. department, to examine the
'land of.
.,.' .C' ". ,.;.: ...t t.. ",, ,. ,,,. ,.' 58,050.30Total fices in Florida and to make a reconnaIssance what unable law to or ascertain authority, and I have:would been, be pneumonia gotten rid of and the other less :the serious danger diseases of I and that is pleasant, natural

t:: acreage, of". the. nine of the Everglades as a glad for anyone who shared in their Mr. B. W. L. Hall of Waver safe is
y ,r (.holders in the" drainage' portion of the public lands for the Issurance to give the public the au Ijr, Va., has used Chamberlain's Cough

district, ?. *, 'i.- '..' .: '3.3 5.(60J)1 purpose' of ascertaining, the practibiity thority and reason for granting certificates Remedy for years and 'says: "I firmly '
,Lake Okeechobee'and and expediency of draining them to railroad campanies to un- believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy VER."ILLSAND
and appended to which are sundry patented lands. to be absolutely the best prepa I'll ',
i tr' other waterways: ., 700,000.0Owned 0 ration the
documents and letters furnishing' information market for colds. I '
Therefore, It is
by the Trustees my opinion which have TONIC PELLETS 3
recommended it to friends
the my }
on same subject. This
c. and the Internal .Im report among other ". was arrived at mere than four years and they all agree with me." For sale The Pills stir'the
things .Asto'
says: ago and has been confirmed by the all lazy livei to
provement Fund and the by druggists. m
State :School. Board. ..,' 3,000,000.00 the practicability draining the decision of two circuit juuges;: that. action-the Tonic Pellets dean '
Everglades' these data would seem to all legislative land : Fine Brood T
grants are inoperative Mares.
P- The remainder of the ter
ritory 'which embrace, indicate that it is practicable and I We have just gotten In a car loadof 'all impurities out of the.body, '
_' at an expense probably not to exceed I do not find in the the finest brood mares ever brought *
constitutional i
: the high; lands and, the five hundred to the state.and so that theft and all the (
_ kr '!an'ds'Owned by/other cit thousand dollars as estimated amendment the legislative power of to see them is to ad
by Mr Smith: in his report, mire them. We will sell them at other
levying taxes vested In the commis organs'act
:7 izens and corporations, 164,540,00 properly.No .
_ \ ..covering 29 pages of congressional report sioners. There very reasonable prices. Come and and
are no legislative
The individual land owners In the look them over at t i 1
giving minute detail report of powers vested in them--
they are
district ,have generally- paid their tax ,his exploration of the Everglades in merely duties. The amount and the MARION' FARMS STABLES,
xx Ocala, Fla.
and have petitioned the people of
the United States Revenue Cutter"Walleotr lands upon which it is to ,be leviedare Griping
; Florida; which petition has been to Miami and referring to
signed .by the citizens in tha err 1. both fixed in the constitutional IF No Purging
other means of transportation of himself
amendment. The
., begging them for relief and to I. constitutional Here U
tory ; and those under his command, amendment determines the class of RAll ..
: support the, adoption of.the proposed making reference to historical data .
y lands and designates them Just a and
as .
swamp easy
_ constitutional amendn eot. Then the" ,
beginning 1755, with special reference
overflowed lands, which designation I common-sense Treat :
question 'arises that if the citizens.living )
_ ..... to reports ,of survey made by is understood to mean the lands ment which never fails
; In the territory filled re"- .
[William Gerard De Braham, Esq..
an patented to this state .
under New
I the act Goods too.No. to -
ribtism and hope, struggling to establish engineer officer of the British Province. of 1850 and cure. '- II
expressly deprives themof
themselves and who undergo the Some of.his notes and materials

hardships of pioneer life. to bring Into i were. found in his own hand' writing Referring the very to power the complained statement of.that 1 Mackerel.. ? .. ..' ? ...35c. Special Offer.
vajue\ a territory of waste lands only 'chiefly "historiog'raphlca Cut the -
and t
_ lnhabitated hydro- :he uncontrolled handling of vast Cream of Wheat .. .. ....20c. out r
the [
: by savages are f
: graphical" which were purchased by .sums of money which would into and mail to us, with the if ,1 1pc
pleading' with the state, and its authorities i Harvard University. I their hands go Quaker Oats. .. ... ,. .. ....1 name of your druggist and i''
,- aid begging the voters by f Senator : mIghtdevelop_ a political you have a eek's Trea .
Westcott sought to obtain I machine of proportions greatly to the Puffed Rice .. ., .. ,...1 Oc. mal
t signed/petition, to come, to their relief :the manuscripts from the university p ? the Pills and Pellets

who' are the "large: number of .for the use of the library of congress; .Injury of to our people," this does not Petti John Breakfast Food ,,.15c. with our compliments.
appeal me as being worthy of .
t oppressed her 'citizens"?' The who answer will be must"seriously bet ,and department a,report being tM made by the treasury 'notice. This is a people's prop serIous Shreaded Wheat Biscuit I .. ...15e. Ramon's Brownie CalendarFreewith

'' I six; foreign corporations and three them to be brought university to Washing permitted osition'submitted to them for their Grape Nuts ,,' o' .. .. ,. ... ....15c. Weather Forecasts and Almanac information. Given with your first
"\ own consideration and untrammeled purchase of Ramon's Liver
borne; corporations' ton to be copied for .the use of the vote. If there. is being developed a Force (with Vigor) .....15c. Pro-wn PIUs and Tonic Pellets.
JUs: second reason Is: government, with a .stipulation that ,. Manufacturing Company, w
political machine won't it be because Keeker's Breakfast Wheat 5U LrOuU, Mo. Cr.on vilU..Tcnn.
_ T"&H is not the part 'of"wisdom to they were tot to be published with Flour For Sale ;
; the people's interests demand a political by Tidings & ;Co., Ocala F torida.a
F 4 spend/money-.on, lratnage'while.' the out the permission. of the univer machine to cope with the political 10c. 15c. and ,. 'S ?',.25c.

very lands sought', too, be drained are sity. machine of'those opposing the in- Virginia Cured Hams. -'

,, :'t .ia
_ pahiea, uader'JegislatIYe''land grantMani ; report, together with the appen :He says "the taxation feature will

w_ lawyers ire'oLth .opInIon. that dix, maps tables, etc;, attached there abrogate to that extent that clause of

.b,'vesting In the the, legal Internal, title, of Improvement the cwamp.lands' printed to, covering'pagesCongressional,more than one hundred the constitution'a uniform as equal it now rate exists of taxation requiring o. GROCERY, Ocala House Wine Roonjs::

,Board the t legislature did not invest, legislation progressed !' The courts do not Clark Bros., '

Itself of.:the power of further controllIng until finally in' January 1850 sev.eral agree with my learned friend on North of City Market. ---- TRY OUR -

w: : the ..disposition of the lands bills ,were pending, among this point. The constitutional provision -,--- t

&. ; 'Whether or not this.opinion Js sound ers, an act to enable the state ofr providing an equal and uniform MclYER and 1L4 CIA)

: It'Is'better to 'suspend'operations .un-- kansas to reclaim the swamp and. rate of taxation applies only to gen OLD LLEGHAN

tit the. courts have finally decided" overflowed lands within its limits eral taxation and not local assess

T the. first portion of this ob were amended tinder direction of ments. -
-a jection, I woold:rather.\ e'tq.answer the, committee public lands of the 31 Cal 340; 48 Sid, 269: 5 Ohio 243 "

by asking :What,N. unwise about usltg United States senate to. conform in 20 La. 499 70 Ga. 817, and ; = "
:; thA stands that were1 granted to.this language and substance to an act to cases cited. other y -"i.-" : '
_ _f states or the, proceeds arising aid A :
x from the state ore Louisiana In draining An assessment Is not 'a tax. Those FUNERALDmmCTOR ;' .
rot r the sale thereof,,, in the ..language of; thee swamp lands therein vof 1849, terms are regarded as distinct and : iii-
{ 1the,aeta.or;congress of s pte**"-"*.*'' and made applicable to all the states. as having a,"different meaning.

'1850. for' the, purpose' of carrying; ti h+ "In toe act))f congress 'of' 1850 win 43 La. 15 and other cases cited;. 59 : .< ; Put 4 full :
>to.effect tbiatjtactf; and further, what be found;this languages "That to enable :Md. 378; 53 Wis.." 17$, } up ,

"efJect'thB question litigatioa.has; on- the state of Arkansas (which was His last objection "the power of eminent Haves a full stock of Coffins, CaakeU

f the subject of drainage under the,proposed made applicable to Florida) and con : domain which is' bestowed upon and Burial Outfits. Special given to > in Fancy Cartoons '

,constitutional ,!amendment Under'tills'amendment struct the necessary "levees and .commisisoriers. ,. without the previous Burial services .
It is immaterialartq'the drains aforesaid. state ... .
The of Florida payment to the'' owner of the
; Embalming to Order Delivered
: JE .' "- ownership lands. The accepted this grant in 1851 with value of his land taken is an unwise
v lands, In: the1 drainage district be ani the your
'condition therein expressed and innovation of ,the law of -eminent domain '
e 'the burden,, rid matter wbo.' owns it, the purposes therein set forth 'under as It novr exists" 1 C mnoIJj Express Office i' -

',' and the cgnsUtutldnal'amendment 'it date of Januarrj4"lSS1. at the ,sametime This is largely a question of opinion -_

.-i ., ember'10( .1845,. and".Resolution : 0.'1 4, creating 'the..Board .of Internal ,, ,1 am.wtiling'to-submitquestions: I -

:i' approved'January 6K184a (Florida) to Improvement This board was 5ab6Usa- of property ,of & limited area,' as .the

y ,,.-=the "effectand,.I:::.must not take 'up ed by the adoption ''oteha.pter; 610 right of way for canals fOt'driLtnage,: W"'D For 93.20.

t your, valuable, .space .to Quote a.t' Laws of ..Florida, 'Ja1Ul&1'1: 6; 1855, purposes., to aha*'bandaot, ,jury of : .

lei zth:tor': tae se: :;valuable papers'that ) which., created the;leteraal' Improve my countrymen, who In other' instan cuaa7., .: ,,',, '
l the; BTfrplades.being 'cover ed ment?Fund,'of/Florida, to be appti intrusted; c- ,0R K ,yew 11 Regular tQOa; -
r '
with.;watdr' areJlmpractlcable of b a strictly accordmgf.to' the provisions' andag "' **un. frilrTh!, Quart Whiskey} write Jot{:
: IV/WMMJh&Bf t ;
'Ingeipd{And'"snWilvloled eIlQ. are the'..actinwhlcaUfound' vthUlan our,1 Uves.. .' $ TO 8f 1t KSTU lIi
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? ;.tberetoft; V1alpels ho ithe-_.,unit ed, guag$| 'or J the. rpose;.Ctl**?tii1 ,The' question.to- "lio.'determined 0 at .-.uR1IrIIICAL1II..NIQ ARKfCa DtsrAs( itS1Q. Of ALLIIM,5 tliL"t fAI.-' Complete-Price: ,..listWine -::

; ; 'United states court and'tot that', mat, aproper; -'applicatlonofsaid i ; iazidfoI lasat, ,the 'polls, .OI(the :6th.' of 'Na? ; +rNSew E-, *. IS A lOT A FOOD bur.,,yrxrou 1&.0" :
: ttf.to\tw: _hands':M.1'1 rpcelsgr" 't he th% purposes: .herein: :'t vembeSae'whethev.or: : :riot th> e voter ';:"IC&IlIA&2CEItTS'All SAVI r:lie AijMA&S t', :

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1-;: VOL.-41, NQ.-I 9. OOATjA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1906. ONE DOLLAR. YEAR ". ',"," ; .


t ,HAPPENINGS ABOUT 'TOWN. Formerally It was parenthetically !I Marriage of.Miss Jessie Palmer to Mr. ..The Silver Tea at Mr. and Mrs. C. Death of An Infant. 'oooorooao0'o-o" .

: stated: D.."Providence permitting" ...0 p. S. Cuilen'aThe We regret to announce the death of O' t *,0
It 'is now:. "The trains permitting." Miss Jessie India Palmer, of Ocala, silver tea at the home, of Mr. o .." ) 0
MISS SARA 'ELIZABETH :the six month's old ,child of Mrs. Fan-
HARRIS.' ," and Mr.. WiU1am'Taylor Alsop. of and Mrs. C. S. Cullen Wednesday o'* ,,' ': ?l' 0
"g z* Local Editor. .Key C. C. t.arroll.and; } Mrs. E. Van Owensboro, Ky. were united in marriage ternoon was certainly a very charming .ny Hunter Lpvell which occurred at 0 '_, 0 -

j : : Hoo went up to Island Grove Wednesday at :fifteen minutes past seven, affair. The weather. was delightful the boarding !house of Mrs. Brook, 0" 0

.Can't- Ocala 'have another drainage to attend the meeting of the o'clock Wednesday morning at Dua- and a large'number of ladies and i at the corner of Pine and South 0"* 0 i

: .:; ''debate before, the campaign. closes Baptist convention.. edin.The not, a few gentlemen were present. .I' streets yesterday" afternoon after an 0 ,* '. 0 J
': ceremony was performed by This was the first time that manyof O' o

Ocala is having a,, building boom. :Mrf R. A. Alford, with the Port In- Rev. Charles M. Giay rector of the the season and was more like a illness the little of only one four will days.leave a The deathof in O' .. 0
There has been. glis Terminal company twas In Ocala Episcopal church at St. Petersburg. reception than a church tea and all grave O' 0.0 =-
nothing like It in several the hearts of the fond parents that
:t' years. Wednesday.. He is just returning froma ormerly rector of Grace church in of those who attended It,met many of o Dr. D. M, BONEY* 0
,,:r'" +' visit to :Massachusetts.Mr. this city and took place] at the home their friends who have'jest recently time can neve wear away, a grief o Eyesight Specialist *.o .i

f'' =* "Mrs. E. P. Pitt nan accompanied of the bride's sister, :Mrs. Katharine returned home and in every way can never be assuaged. O' 0 }

'Mr; Pittinan to Ocala from Coleman : B. F. Jolly, mail carrier between Whitfield., The beautiful bride worea the afternoon_ was a great success. Miss Sue Anderson to Open a DarcingClass. o I make a specialty of' *:o .:

,::,- j yesterday and will'remain in the ctiy Grahamville and Ocala, says that' everything handsome traveling suit and was I! Those receiving with Mr. and Mrs. O' correcting eyes where oth *. o -
_:"!? .tor- several days. is prospering across the given away by her brother, Mr. Harry Sullen were :Miss Miriam Pasteur, O' ers fail. 0 b .
Miss Anderson will her
; Sue j
!,;' river,' but that rain is badly needed. X calmer.. She was attended by Mr and Mrs. G. H. Harrison and dancing class Saturday afternoon lathe o Satisfaction guaranteed 0 .

Rev.' and.Mrs.. Harmon C. Martin! Hiss Pauline' Sullivan, of Ocala, and Mrs. H. A. Ford, and assisting In oth- upstairs parlor of the O' or money refunded. 0
:, of Fort McCoy :Miss Julia Whitfield, of Dunedin and er ways were Mrs. G. H. Pasteur and mnOlT.Everybody O' --- 0
were In Ocala Tuesday :Mrs. W. D. Graham came in yes- *.s invited to be present at
;; : to attend the funeral of their terday from Carter's Pond, where only the'relatives and intimate friends Mrs. H. H. Harold.' toe opening. 0 OPTICAL PARLORS 0 "-

M,, 'daughter, Mrs. W. D. Cam.1C : she "has been visiting her parents.She were present at the wedding, which This was about the' first social eventof i Miss .Anderson has been away all oo 2 and 4 Gary Building. 0 =_
was a very simple but beautiful one. *
the guests had met Mrs Harrisonand Ocala, 'Florida. 0
BWB will remain in town for a day
summer studying dancing and is even
Chapped hands are quickly cured Miss Palmer has been in Ocala for her presence and that of Mr. I O. 0
of two but will soon come In to remain better than last
: t prepare; year to give
hy applying Chamberlain's Salve. some years, anu was one of this city'smost ,Harrison the popular rector of O' s o :$
t_ -Price 25 cents. For sale by all permanently. attractive lessons. The class will be from 3 to
drug.gists. and popular girls and Grace church added an extra pleasureto o S0
., m It is a matter of much regret that the afternoon.A 5 clock and every Saturday after- O' 0
Mrs. Robert and from 5' 6 o'clock the visitors
Tydings two sons, nocn io
marriage takes her so far away novel Innovation Introduced O' *
r' Mr J: B. Borland" the Citra orange wjbo have been spending the summerin was will be allowed the privilege of danc 0
From Ocala but her friends will uniteIn at this tea and that O' :3Y
to 0O'
was in Ocala yesterday. He'Bays i one ought
;grower; ; North Carolina' and Ohio, returned ing. 11-3-
extending her many good wishes. I popular. Instead of having 0
being shipped now home prove very
r r : oranges arc. yesterday afternoon. :Miss Anile
Mr. Alsop Is a prominent businessman
f 'right'along from the Citra the ladies serve In the dining Williston Church. O' 0
..f groves. Davis, Mrs. Tyding's sister, will of Owensboro and Is Baptist
.. a gentle-
-: ; room the gentlemen were pressed Gentlemen O' 'so- R
remain In Ohio for a month longer.
.: ,t Mr. J., W. Miller, of Blitchton. whobas man of many excellent qualities. Into service and they performed their It's sound sense that we tell you. O' t tO =.
>f' ; been sick at" the Montezuma hotel Immediately after the marriage Mr. pleasing duties In such a tanner as It wm'cost less dollars to paint 00000 o o o 000 1
'; Rev. W. W. Waddell, of Archer, and :Mrs. Alsop; left for Tampa going I to call forth all manner of compli- your church with L. & M. Paint be- ..
\ well to. return home
was enough will fill the Presbyterian pulpit Sun- to Jacksonville on the west coast diVe remarks from the fair cause more painting Is done with one -
: yesterday. He was under the care oft day and officially declare the same vacant 'sion and leaving there for an extended -; Mr. George H.Ford ushered the guests sex. gallon.of L. & M. than with two gal FRECKLES AND PIMPLES r ;;,-
Dr.. .Powers. :Mr. Waddell is a forceful tour of the eastern cities. lons of other paints and the L. &
.of Into where Mr. -
.."fi preacher and the Presbyterians extend After the first of December they the dining hall Stephen M. Zinc hardens the Ik & M. White REMOVED In Ten Days.
Brown Jewett assisted by Messrs D. S. Lead and makes the L. & M. Paint
Mr. Seth R. who has been a hearty welcome to all to be will be at home at Owensboro, Ky.
tt1.tng'; :at Micanopy for some time, is Woodrow and F. T. Schreiber passedthe wear like iron. Nadmola :
present with tarn., The guests from Ocala at the wed- -
different delicacies. At the church will be liberal
serving Any given a
Pjirat in Ocala.and: paid this office
: present Thayer <
*' ding were Mrs. George table In the center of the room quantity free whenever: they paint. The Complexion- ,
?.::/ a pleasant call yesterday' after- There was quite a wreck on the Maughs, Miss Pauline Sullivan and
Mrs. F. T. Schreiber and :Mrs. L 4 noon.m .' Seaboard Monday night at the crossing :Mr. Harry Palmer, Dittmer poured the chocolate and the gallons linseed oil will paint a mod- -- eland by tlwuaads
1 ",: ; jut above the station at Citra. r coffee. erate size house. of grateful ladies,tad .'
l For a Two'Ce t Stamp. :The freight engine and four or five Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cleghorn, of Actual cost L. & M. about $1.20 per t"" "'
1." During the afternoon Miss Annie guaranteed to remort F
;;. ,A r common process has been discovered box cars ran off the track upsettingthe Cordele, Ga., spent several, days In gallon. all facial discolor-
Mathews number of beautiful
a -
J. E. Webb painter Hickory, N. CX,
not Nobody was injured but Ocala yesterday returning home froma
f: to possess healing propertis cars. piano solos and Mrs. Pasteur-sang writes "house painted with L. & M. + Lions and restore tie
wreckeage caused south bound at River at the homeof .
the the Crystal
>. known hretofore' but surpassing any yisit several selections. 15 years ago have not needed painting L Icaury of y outL.Ttfi ; :
t 'other .drug. The discoverer will, for passenger train to be over six hours Mr. and :Mrs. C. E. Herrick, with mince**. worst caie to twenty day 5ji. aad $1.00

a, two cent stamp, tell anyone what late. 'It did, not reach Ocala :until Mrs. Cleghorn's brother Mr. GeorgeW. Better be getting your Thanksgiving Sold by McIver & MacKay, Ocala, at all leading .1.-ugitam> Iy tuiLir'i.

;2 ;it is.. Address X, Phnlipi, Fla. i eight o'clock Tuesday morning. Hyde. in readiness. Florida. i Pre an4 h P4TurNM TtIfU1{ ; Test E;rj

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'kUNDERWE: We sell nothing but Best values in Men's, Women's 'and '

= 'For Men, Ladies and Children. honest merchandise Children's SHOES to be had. .'


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I'" ''' Men's -
; I American7.r3' 1

: ': -V* .,--* -'' "rfa"**. "

--:. *..-LadyV' A4 /? ..;fle: ,l m'' nston &Pasteur -'C Ladies 's'

S ft : Corsets : '. =
; HosieryMr. .
: 1 ... Mail Orders, Solicited ,

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1: E. .L.-Carney has- returned- home I Mr. E W. Agnew carne up' from Hon. J. M. Barco came up from Mrs Sara Bennett, who formerly ..NNNN..-- NNi!..'
Stfrom .Salt Springs,' where he has Lake Weir yesterday. Tampa Wednesday: and went out to lived at Silver Springs Park' and,'afterwards '
= Sunny Slope Farm where the. familyare moved to Palatka, died in
IT: been for a\eekor: more.
Mr. C. H. Blachford who is erect: temporarily residing. He has that city Wednesday and her remains

Mrs Bryant'' Noble -and little son, ing the big saw mill at Zuber for the been somewhat. under the weather were brought here yesterday after.
lalues i Cit1sI
.'-'.'returned to their' home at Floral City Sunnier Lumber Co, was a visitor to for some little time and for the purpose -noon.and were taken to the cemeterynear Biggest ,
Y : .V.Wednesday afternoon after ashort Ocala yesterday and made us aa appreciative of, recruiting his health will Silver Springs Park for burial
ri call He says this company spend several weeks hunting and fish beside> the remains of her husband.

iYlsit.in Ocala. expects to be here for the next fit- ing. We hope he will grow robust Messrs. :Mclver & MacKay were in

-. .Solid. quarter' three' piece. suit tenor twenty years and Is putting up and strong.If charge of the funeral arrangements.Mrs. .
a substantial plant in all respects Bennett was an aged lady and
l and individual chairs in' the newestdesigns most you want a porch screen cheap owned considerable at I HEW ARRIVALS !
Mr. Blachford Is a splendid : property
at the
; can be found best here is your chance. Only a few left Ii
welcome Spring Park In Its early history and
niture'f store in town. That's' the gentleman such as we are glad to at $1.45 and $1.75'at Ocala Furniture ,_
midst. was one of its pioneer: settlers.
to our
:< Ocala Furniture Cd. Co. z

it.'. :"-.. -. Mr. James H. Sutphin with the J. Mr. Arthur Masters, bookkeeper for i
the Ocala Furniture will i SHOES I
Hamburger company, of New York company BROWN'S

E city who spent several weeks in Ocala sever his connection with that estab- ,

Sale of during the cantaloupe season last lishment early In .November: and will .
For the Feet
Big Special year and made many friends here is go to Live Oak to permanently reside. .

again' in Florida trying to get a share 3e has accepted .a position with theJ. '

of the orange crop for his popular B. Barton Furniture company a

I MILLINERY: Y house. Before leaving the state he concern which Is doing a large,bush : I I
will make Ocala another .visit, Mr. ness. Mr. Masters has been a resident WARM UNDERWEAR.: 1

., Sutphin .is one of the most popular of Ocala for the past .six years '
' I warm friends ana strong: social tles-

,,;:i;<[r.' .-.-_ We- have decided to' offer: the People of Marion Count trade'; and' Mr. W. D, Graham has .purchased and his departure will be very greatly Prices that will not Pinch the
[ surrounding country something new to the Millinery viz: Mr. John F. Williamson's home In regretted. He will be acocmpanled
;' Poc.ke"I.:
r'' -' .;. :;A.'SPECIAL MILLINERY SALE. We.shall on friday'and Sat- the second ward and will move into I by Mrs. Masters and their sweet lit- i '

.: ur ay- November" 5. and 10, put on, sale .at reduced prices our the same at ah early date. This is tie daughter, Claire Elizabeth
F entire ,line of Handsome and op to date Millinery Quite a the residence that was formerly owned :
.de8.of this line has only been here, several daya-no by :Mr James R Moorhead and was Mr. W, H. :Moore. who has been Ie!
:n-. :cheap, trashy stock-all: clean,fresh.goods. This is a new de purchased by Mr Williamson a short spending< some months at Lake Weir.

3 Q : ;: z the Millinery business and may not.be relished by while ago and Is a splendid place. Is- now representing a loan and '

.Pcompetitors,, but w \can surely save.you' money if you .will Mr. WU'' *sison' does not yet know trust company recently organized atArcadia At Cut Prices.
t and whose officers and directors -
where he
but 'c&.11'and see our: goods will move.
} < Mrs. Flora Geiger qf Ocala is visiting are composed of, some"of the : I :

Af: Mrs. J, ,E. Stevens this week. wealthiset citizens of south Florida. :

: RC i 'll USE te: = thirty-two cities and towns lof this

"O ALA : A Reliable,'Remedy for Croup: state and Mr. Moore has been given I THE FAIR

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WHY DO;ITt "'-: ] ... Calling the World D wn.'J THE DEBATE DRAWING TO ;:What Killed Watson's Magazine.

i THE. ,OCAL. $? BANNERFRANK' : : 'I. The course of the ,New YorK World is \f' CLOSE... : The members of 'typographical u&

,. ::'.' _. 'Ocala?'Fli Oct, 26< ,' 9 not:: pleasing its subscribers certainly ; n. No. 6-bf; New York and the Ia. DOCTOR CURD[

} ,HARRIS, Editor To. the Editor of;the Ocala Banner? ?' sot in'this part of the democratic .Theylrainage debate is'.now : Typographical Union are ,

If a large ,part of the Everglades 1 vineyard. l ug to a close. Its advocates and themselves on the
_? ,-P. V. Leavengood, Business', Manager. belongs to the ponents are firing their fast of Tom .won'. Magazine.
: FloridaEast; st rail ;. .one of. Its Ocala .subscribers .re ; t
way'why should the state of Florida eently sent it the following. letter and are doing so 'with ''some admire Watson personally and !f FECZEML1Maryland [

\' c drain;these lands. for Jlr FlaglerJ Is which': is" likely to find .its way to essary and intemperate language In many of the principles he

,, ..,:.:-- he not-- 'rich- enough-- to drain. ''them- himself -- '- the. waste 'basket, but the editorial: This paper has' printed nearly but they could not stand I .
: ? writers at least will know how ery artIclethat.. has come under Mh getting his paper printed in -

:i INQUIRER 'their utterances are regarded by. all observation bearing on the : "rat" Typothetae office Physician Cures Himself d ,

whether favorable or unfavorable When the union discover
genuine; democrats.The i printers\
Ans.: So far' as the average citf- following is a copy of the letter the general proposition of the that Watson's paper was being Eczema with Cutlcura Remeies'i.

r zen is concerned it matters not 'whothese' .* ing of the Everglades. in a "rat" office they sent out f Prescribes Them and Hu CJref:> -

lands belong to or who drains Ocala, Florida, October 28, 1905. Regarding the proposition as to all their friends and fel

::i iyG them.so they are brought under cultivation To the Editor of the-World: economic one it. has endeavored members throughout North Many Cases Where Other r ormbt: ",

: and are'added:ot ,the resources Does the World still pretend to bea enlighten Its readers in 'every with the result that none of HaveFalledDr.RsberSaysiCUTICliftA /

and taxable values of the state and did not feel called upon to union men subscribed.
.. ; providing democratic If so why
newspaper ,..,..........
+ of course, that they are as like a thug 'does it sandbag Hearst; ploy epithets or invectives and Typographical union No. 6. lympa- -

< rich as claimed for them.. why does it sandbag Bryan; why excluded from its columns all with Mr. Watson but thinks REMEDIES 4

.M.tto; Th Banner, believing those What boofs It to the purchaser If does it sandbag the whole democratic perate and abusive articles. should have insisted that his fi

t ,o .at the top well able to take care of they"can. be-bought, for a certain price, platform and everything preciousto It felt as If the subject were backers giTe'the printing of POSSESS TRUE MERIT

themselves, has 'taken its stand in the whether the state sells them or the democracy and fall down and L portant enough to demand int magazine to a strictly union con -S-

barricade with the common people railroad sells them; whether the state worship at the shrine of everything discussion and a glance at its It Is convinced that If this bad
,," .drains them or the railroads drain bearing the imprint of republicanism? will show that it has Indulged in done the magazine would today 4' 317 bee was&fIlietedIth e
and.its fight will be made for the betterment I
.' them, providing, of course that the i Be'anything else but don't be a other kind on a paying basis.' -New York In the year 1337. I used the r UUcwI =.

M x of those at the bottom. 'lands are made to .drain themselves? Benedict Arnold! On the whole this paper feels Remedies, and was entirely rural I

.. i Admitting, however, for the sake Why stay in the ranks to betray it?] it Las discharged its duty to the ta am a practidcff physfeka. and very

FRIDAY' ,. OCTOBER' 26, 1906.. of argument, that, this were not true, it knows that Depew and Platt and he along conscientious lines and Some Good Florida Oranges. often proscribe Cutkura Resolves and :;
Cuticora Soap fa ease of enema, ud .
L and the state was actually draining Odell and Higgins and company are manner that ought to be New York. October 28.-The Mason they have cured where other rwrnuk --,

'We had regular Thanksgiving !these lands for Mr. Flagler with its all behind him pushing his election? at least to ;:U readers who Clark Co., this week had about have faflfd. I am not in the habit cl '

r ...: weather Monday morning. own money has he not done enough the hear the question fairly first car of medk-iac '
I If the World is going to fight iit really good oranges endorsing patent but vh@|
? 'for the state for the: state to now do democratic party why not like the impartially' and intelligently iit Florida. Mr. Carroll, of the I find remedies posseattegtf merit tt

Mr. Hughes' friends positively d something for him? Is not turn about Sun join the republican party and ed. says that he was surprised' at such as Cutktara Remedy d*, I am Y

wy j; >V' '. clare that his whiskers are not pink. fair play? fight it in the open and from the exceptionally good quality of the brosd-minded enough to pro Urn lb& '-,
/ "Virtues to the trarU. I have beta
*t -'i I front? FROM OLIGARCHY TO He said the oranges motel pr&* '.
.:.::,, It seems to us that the south is Frank Harris the Third. tktojr medicine for sixteen years, *c4t
Why under the semblance and pretense RACY. a range of $ (t.50 with a few
mint I find Remedies A So. L
,: entitled to"at least one cabinet post "Old man" Harris, of the Ocala say your t
.: F of loyalty and friendship, stab ; ones selling at 13.00. He looks You are at liberty to pay h uu teller,
; tion. Banner bless his heirs all he
Y gray ( it from the rear and within its own Some curious and little I the quality of the fruit to im or any part of it. I retnala <*nrtryfrIt
has left), at last succumbs and permits ranks facts about Australia are given I .right along and.expects that 0. Fisher, M. D., D.,

i' ", Having convicted and fined the oil himself to be called the "pat A HEADER. Charles o-u", !.... Kussell in -the will soon have some of the Golden )ld., May 24, l9tk ,"
trust, Ohio Is now in the limelight as riarch of the Florida press" or 'another J I
rent issue of Everybody's. It oranges from Heard & Rey
the mother' of precedents.-Baltimore old
thing. And why Thereis
A CHAPTER ON DEMAGAGUES. that 'a few years ago, Australia at Arcadia, soon. OmCORHHESEWI.Complete --
American. ample reason: A heavy healthy,, I -
not a democracy ,at all but an
:.> ; howling kid has reached his premis The New York World a former Treatment for .
; ,Aman out in Kansas has'taken chy of land owners. No one but Every ,
via the stork who in Fine Grapefruit.Mr. .
line to
days democratic newspaper, is denouncingMr
erty could vote and in Humor from Pimples
,,"- .a ,Wg.contract on her hands. She come will call the patriarch "gran'. William owners P.
Randolph Hearst as a cases Noonan brought to the
: :' says she is going to fast until her a property owner had the to Scrofula
; ,
." husband is pa.God' low flung demagogue. to cast ten votes. It was uphill office: this morning a beauti Bathe the affected .
bless the 'strangermite.. The The World should before its cluster of parts with hot
f to get the suffrage broadened. grown on
water and Cuticura
Soap, to stem
Tribune wishes him health, long lifeand own doorstep before hurling its epithets place, at the
t Mrs. Peary"'says that her husband Russell says:, "A Queensland corner of Weeden the surface of crusts and teaks lAd
: .'i are democrats and are not caught prosperity; and expresses the earnest at others. told me that he, doubted that if .DeHaven streets. In the bunch! soften the thickened t

.,, ,' feels-confident of it and expects to hope that he will grow up to be As a demagogic newspaper it heads his part of the country they six fine fruits and they weigh 'without hard rubbing tUtidet-!
: a i man as loyal and as brave as the the procession. have achieved if 1.2 pounds. Unfortunately the boys Cuticura Ointment freely to
hear some tidings from him some e much it had not b
<., grandsire whose name he bears. In proof of what we say here we predatory habits have been preying itching irritation, and lntammatieti.
timeIn .November, .. for the women. Every avenue of t
_ A Tribune., cite all example; the fruit and Mr. Noonan was and soothe and btAJ and, lastly, tab
ployment In
was absolutely the '
;_ It is'said that.Sid Carter called One Simon Sterne propounded the of the entrenched to harvest the crop before Cuticura Resolvent iris to cOOl and
was governing cleanse! the blood. A
_ : down In a certain speech i$ a certain We Notions are again About interested Babies. In the following question for the World. to and that every man that agitated was fully matured to save his but one dollar, fc often single sufficient set eosti&g to v
precinct lately. The crowd told him answer election reform was not only from Injury. He has however, cure the most torturing diifijuriaj
: ,_. ,that they favored "dreening the everglades subject the "Will the World till us-for 'i t ed, but was blacklisted and rated that grapefruit can be itching, burning, and scaly kin, scalp,
They are dearest little }
thingsin knows if it chooses to tell-why here equal to the best in the and blood humors with loss ol -
r not -draining' them. ted. He 'found it impossible to ,
3 creation. Every movement of Thomas F., Ryan is supporting Mr. tain employment anywhere., and as it is a very profitable! from infancy to age,when all else fails -

their little hands; every smile on Hughes?" this fruit should be Oidrer. s.ce na..of m. L.t .t. -
it sieui* There is a. good deal 'of their lips dimple on their "It looked like a hopeless: fight. grown eroael.eo.aceseeePWa,JSe.p*,tfel*ten_....
; every
To this question the World remained ten an extensive scale in this county. \ l&ori4.., ruea lsuj IW u.J .. Cap, x
politics in'jutting' Mr; Straus in the cheeks more' men were discharged but the :. ..toa. '
., t '.; cabinet. It Is a move to catch Jew eyes 'of are their fond parents precious than in the the profoundly dumb until pressed fora men, never; they had 'more pluck Augustine Record. JJ aU tlC1&Iuq I."", "Oft.aarI .,.CIzt T
reply and then it the .
: "-. .votes. for Hugh s. But ,the, .Jews are richest jewels. answer gave the men. The'savage Injustice
,. ." generally good clttzens and naturallyare following ;. stirred their 'resentmentr one' and --
Bless the babies and may they increase "Ten Mr and his
:4 .. democratlcs and are not caught and years ago Hearst they urged their husbands to keep e

--K s "f' 'every day tw'ith'chaffJ! : While:,on multiply.the subject of babies it men newspapers of New were York urging to cut the their laboring and never to yield. In many

_ : ', : may Interesting; to know the notions two by voting for a 5O- ent dollar wagesin ". wives assumed the burden of 4JULLQTS. A '! A&et
p The investment by conservative porting Uur. family.. Some
_ concerning tnem by various;; na- Talking about low flung .'demagog-
..> citizens in business and residence dressmakers, and some cooks fit
jons- (Dp 3S FULL
ery pure and simple how is the
t, property i8'a very: good indication of The Washington Star says: Worlds reply for a rich specimen? family lived four years on an PIt PAID tm

k- -".' .the faith of the citizenship ia the In,, Spain.the baby's face is swept Is it not.hard hit and hard pressed? of between f 5 and $4 a week, 2 -
_ r .: city. Their .advance has been with her needle by the wife
gradual with a pine bough to bring it good That is not all. .
.. but it has only been in keeping luck 1 mother. With such a'spirit 1, XPRES;
'. ,Another subscriber wanted it to givea f
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with the 'general prosperity. that has In .of. I the 'women, the situation could u- PAID
some parts Ireland a belt of specimen of Mr. Hearst's ins'incer.u r Lz1)) -
R' ,
been prevalent in this city. People woman's hair is placed'around the ]long continue" : 'c"i.

-'- who formerly resided In our city on 'child to, keep harm away. Here s.what the World gave him: There was. an uprising against' !

.3;. their return visits are quick to see In Holland garlic salt and bread "Mr. Hearst after denouncing Murphy (oligarchy; manhood: suffrage was,

1 the change in conditions. There is an and steakare. put into the cradleof accepted the democratic nomiaa- 1 1j vied and eventually woman

'fr', atmosphere. good times prevalent anew born baby. tion at his hands," j also. Mr; Russe says"The '
drooling superstition about the
: : When a Grecian mother is putting Why could it not have given a candid .
: : James/ Creelman, i iority of woman got a
a man who has her child into the' cradle to sleep answer instead of thus resorting '
_ ; attained considerable reputation as a she turns tree times around before to the dodge of the demagogue' ? 1I 1 blow and democracy-won such an OZDEUVEREO

:o t European'traveler and' .correspondent the fire while 1' singing her favorite The democratic party in the. great I 1I torical triumph as ,still echoes'
-wysj: "I have known Mr. Bryan for song' to 'ward off evil spirits. emprie state of New York numbers in: I the ,world; fog
and < The landed oligarchy bpd .
many years n the campaign of -l"
_ Et its
ranks many of the, most honest
,f 18JC I traveled nearly 18,000, miles Hits Grover Hard.. many of the most sincere, many of the state finances so badly $ I2S9CHAS.
_ '* with"him. ;although I did not assist Once more Grover Cleveland rushes the most intelligent men, In the' Union I Queensland had an 'annual deficit F -: i

;Wrt} with my vote. ,He- is, the/ same ,into print to fight ,the democratic and to even intimate that these .U.OOOOOO.1 When the common

T- sober deliberate,, ,intense, American I.party., He has not ,in twenty years men composing this great came into power, the first year
: ,that he was,ln. those blistering days even voted .the democratic 'ticket except party are I ed a surplus of $59,000 and the BLUM :
controlled by a single man. is a species COMPANY
: .of roaring' multitudes and;. politic when his name was on IL This of demagogery nowhere excel seven :mom., -e present

4. k upheaval. 'There 1s not, a shadow of time[ he gives us an interview to help year Indicates a surplus of '$ ,

__ 'q t turning or' :evasion In his ;fconversa. republican candidate in New York ed.The World is ,the very Prince of Jacksonville Fla, .*

_ r tlcn. He does not sift, the ground to .for.g vernor. Since his work for the Demagogues and is entitled to more The Manner of Man Speaker .
suit the occasion". republican party when he was drawing than the Ananias cup. Is. 1 '

I a democratic salary he has done The Fort Wayne (Ind.)'

Col. J. ,B. Johnson, .in the Live Oak ; nothing. worse. He gave. ,-his inlucnce Funeral of Mrs. Cam. Gazette which claims to have an McMillan Bros.

Democrat says: "Suppose there to help elect McKinley whilehe The funeral services over the bodyof timate knowledge of Speaker .

should be admitted to' the voters of was easing democratic bread. Mrs. W. D. Cam were held Tues sizes him up as' follows:

: 'this state an amendment to the coin That was not to be forgiven. Now day afternoon at the residence on "Joseph G..Cannon, of, Danville, Southern '

: titutl whereby It would give ,to a that he is out of office and 'not draw- Fort King avenue at half past two is the republican 'speaker of the Copper Works

body of five men the power to come t\ng, a democratic salary he is free to o'clock. tional house of representatives.

r. Into, this'county; or any'other, : county, do republican work, but,he should announce Rev. C. C. Carroll pastor of, the Is also a pesmerbuS,.old of Turpentine Stills ,
1 and build of that he is not a democrat except and vulgarian. He'
;& system hard roads all Baptist church assisted by Rev, L. Is the boss

.. over, the county, ; build. them regard- when he is seeking office; The W. Moore, of the Methodist church patter; He has been In congress and General Metal Workers.Old
_ less of only wrong is to stand in the .
; what they cost. And suppose party conducted the services. Mr. Carroll ty years elected from a -

that,,this proposed' amendment' would lines and fight the party.-Tampa preached the funeral sermon and his and machine-ridden district.:

give to the' same body of five men the Tinies r' remarks were very beautiful and some means he has become Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

power to' levy ,a tax of ten cents per We that touching. Messrs. J. H. Livingston ly wealthy While In congress he through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

acre on, veryacre'of your land (this think presume some people sr., J.. W. Alkin, W. S. Bullock W been Identified with every scheme wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

'ten cents per acre would be, In addition dunners.newspaper Let men are persistent C. Jeffords Isaac Stevens 'and C. J. public pillage that has been toileting works .
farmer ,
: a
}o the state and place himselfin to the
county tax. with Prillips acted as the pall bearers and fleece people. He has
'_.r which you are already burdened) similar position and see If he tenderly carried the casket to its the, wet nurse of more

would you vote for such an amendment would not do the same. Suppose that last ,resting place in Greenwood grafts than, perhaps any other N. C. SAVANNAH 6A .
i "' he raises a thousand bushels : ,
? of
If such corn, in the
an amendment were and'hfa cemetery.. The mound was covered country. At the last FLA
} adopted Florida would quickly be- neighbor, should come and with lovely flowers from the friendsof of congress lie did all he could to MOBILE, ALA --

It*'r ." come the ..banner state of the Union. buy, and the price 'was one dollar, or ,the deceased. feat railroad rate legislation, i is
less and "I will
,,, ,'. : says pay the amount The funeral was very largely at. pure food but, the meat !ns
in a few days/: As the farmer does
: TM The Ocala Banner takes issue with pot want to be small'about tended. The public school was disc, .bill and every other measure of
'' ::: :. the matter, missed terest to the people. lIe acted
;;: .the Index that the proposed drainage tie "all at noon and all the teachers
: choose. same way, and another until the were present at funeral and champion of the special
It then quotes against, us, whole the as a markof
thousand bushels
--f the amendment. Just what we trusted to of corn is respect to Mr Cam, who Is super which have used the congress of
a thousand
'H rely,on for proof that our position is and different people intendent of public instruction of United States for theIr' own ) \
no one the different[ and'mereenary "
personsconcerns this} 'county. purposes.
+ ; The drainagecommissioners "" HBBngB
,' himself about it, for It is a In their of Mrs.
: 'are empowered to establish a system sorrow the family -
ill."*' of canals," drains, levees, dikes and small amount they owe the farmer Cam have the heartfelt sympathy A Great Country Where you find Shield Brand Shoes

1 reservoirs of such dimensions and and of course that will not help him the entire community. ... 'it is a safe place to trade because
any. He does not and favored
3 realize that the A truly rare realm ,
s as in the judgment of said they are sold
farmer has frittered by reliable
board Is deemed away his entire A Curious Democratic Newspaper. Advertising Land! merchants

; '-, purpose? TO DRIW advisable AND RECTA for-wha t L crop ;'of corn, and that its value is Harper's Weekly a rabid republi You'll see no homely women everywhere. Be sure to ask for

.i''< THE SWAMP AND OVERFLOWED due i in a thousand little driblets and can newspaper, makes the following rd'have you understand

IV. 1i: LANDS; WITHIN THE STATE OF'FLORIDA. that: he is seriously embarrassed in observation: The. fellows are all Appollos all Kiser's King $3.50 Shoe
4 < or' such, his business-because his, debtors treat "With the exception. Mr Hughes shoulders four feet wide
Parts or portions it as little matter. himself the most able and zealous .Who couldn't
thereof as is But if all would eet their trousers for men and
deemed best by said will
X board of drainage ; pay him promptly, which they could supporter of the republican ticket in ,goo, no matter how they tri** you get your .
If that Isn't broad' enough commissioners! to as well as not. pit would be 'a largesum the state of ,New York is the New money's worth. Made in 37

c. our contention then nothing! Is,-cove Lake to'the farmer,and enable him to York WorldJ"Now The autos In this lovely land .styles and all the popularLeathers
City Index. carry; on his business. without, dif Js not the foregoing a nice never known to' break; .'
7 : Patent Colt ;
fl u1tr. compliment for a newspaper, 'posInas The nrlningschemes y ic
.. This were true if Florida was g are always ; Gun ",
a!S Metal '
the:.'lclloOl geographies ''a democratic newspaper to receive they tolerate no fake. Box Calf etc

-- ago' her-all forty years Storms, like death is "no respecterof and the World has no better The curealls 'never, fail to :cure,. ,
described. "swamp and
: morass,** "sand, flies; alligators nn< persons. conception lt.bQ of the proprieties. than to '''pads and belts to heal;. H. C. Riser CQmpaD

Vll : moe ? : Elections,are luxuries and must It seems to ns; rather than make .and that's a
wondrous deal
discovered, In these! latter! years hat t 1 paid for finch. ./IT lJir./l< $
.. as .. ;: such tffas public the World would CEORCLff., !
; .
thoi* ..earlj, geographies did Fjorld' L ., feel like hunting holeand: In '1. .
I crawling Advertising Land,, iny ,
f'. xeiygreat injusticeand we have other It: Is believed" 'and friend
,)low that! Hearst'smajority into It not;again poking its head need ,not bulky bee .1
,-E-a lands"than. swamp *vand i J overflowed, : 1; ,. '), lll reach. .%OOOOO' -. ;,duf' oati the election is forgotten, Or"short or lean,' or gray or tall <'
4. latter information..officially"knowTiUtiTanahassee L. C ba's. little:'War' Taft yotfve 'a modest: fee.. ; 1f;
WIth'this episode will was t Secretary says that Hearts's I The people there must M .
; t. :; there, ft'.n 1? her $1,000,000; or>tlea3t that'Is whop t election would >be a national calamity.. bright surely be v.

., ''' '' ini:.< : :.waole, tate tad sh i Villxiave fS.:: Evidently the ; and happy band!
pro If Iof ,the.. ;, .. .,_ a "*= My.?. ;*for.peaee.. ; Peace*" secretary does not think ]I've 'often:
r'"V. *-'- >* ''i. -T> thought I'd 'like 'to :
comes '
insincere live
;made'_ "drainage, district" mgh.' ? Hearst Advertising :.Land ;, THE-OCALA BANNER : ,

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*'.- !|)What>They are "Doing In the. Land of. 'Watervvhits Rosins Reach $6 .and Urie Makes Statements That .
-, pentine Closes at 6614. Keep Mr Rose Busy Until :
:S; r the Gragefruit.. and Pine. : .
,. .. Election..
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r /. Villa. looks very: promising the previous week;in the settled at Kissimmee, situ- b'

"The' movement of;oranges_ from Palmetto .of: spirits turpentine. On at the north end of' the Ever- -
4'." pf last week and Wednesday of district to be drained I re- i

Oranges is very,andl:grapefruit.heavynow are, !ripening for week! turps touched their lowest there ten years and will give ; ,"_-._ '.,'_.. ......_._', _,_......._. _.'.__...._ .-_'-_..__." ..'-,. ''-- "-......._._.'h. .-.-__.-H"- _.".._"-..'-...-'-.,,''"'_' '', .

: quite rapidly at Malabar. The crop for the Creek, then rallied and some observations of result of .

t is .8,''good' one. I ahead temporarily: Last week I land' farming from land ditched

f y- 'A. M. Terwlllinger, of Mima, a'' article touched 65"cents, this drained by the Disston Land '

l carload orange shipper, 'is sending out went down to, within. a quarter and ''others. Removal
Y 'some:'nice fruit now.' of that price. The reaction 1886 :Mr. Disstbn and associates &

Conductor '''Bugbee ..says he has it to 661-4 cents, but at the close two dredges and a score of la ,

w bought 3,500. barrels and his brother, terday It was back at 66 ,cents digging canals and latheral ,

::9OOOjor their potato crop at Hastings .the market reported pretty through this muck land in kY'

this year. cleaned of supplies but a air of to drain. for establishing the '

:' !a11.shlpp ng of pineapples from certainty existing as to what sugar plantation to be known F Notice 00 .

$tuart has begun, with good fruit and be the next. move. It looks Cloud, and to induce purcha

good prices There will not be much like a game of shuttlecock. and ,settlers to locate and'con-
being batted around pretty and vegetable farms, and '" '
gardening as pineapples will pay so sugar I ,
:'much better. with no one predicting what the. the land being supposedly &

M. Richardson., of BrooksviUe. /re- move will be, although the rich big prices were asked for We Must Vacate Our Store OQ)

ports.a good orange and grapefruit in still is that the range of values
I the near future will be within a mill said to have cost "
his sugar
He Frank
A .section. says Sampson i December Next g
31 i: .
estimates his crop at 15,000 boxes. paratively narrow range. 0,000 was built on St. Cloud, a ,

There will be considerable garden apparently 'no great pressure of roads were built through this i 04 .'
truck raised in White City1 'this winter mand for either foreign or plantation to haul the cane and,, "

: and a'>number, of..growers< are inak; consumers, and probably there everything that money We intend to leave Ocala hence our
be none There is a sufficient buy or experts suggest was '
,lng preparations. to raise strawberries ,
:: interest,. it would seem, to take to make the plantation a suc- g ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IS THROWN ,' .

} W. Scott shipped the first solid car vantage 'of any opportunities Captain R. E. Rose, (our pres- .

'of, oranges this season from Bowling ferto, .boost yalues, even if but state chemist,) and an. expert on J ON THE MARKET Il\l : I.!

s 'Green last week. The movement from matter 'of two or three days, but was manager of the planta .

: '..that point is now on in full force. out sufficient strength or and Col. J. M. Kramer chief: CI At Prices which will tempt the non-purchaser. g = ,' .,
stand under the market when : of drainage. Well, we know
The 'packing and shipping of oranges -
is the chief industry at Home is up and keeps it there. raised sugar cane-they even 1 j V
.I Our Stock Consists '
: Waterwhite is again,, up"to: $ to lands for various
: :land at'present* ,The oranges.are? coloring foreign va- >
nicely since the 'weather has and 'remained there p ,3 of seed and made tests in or- .
throughout the week. While it to make it a success. d -
turned cooL Goods
'.1 Dry Clothing and b r FLi
suffer from other
A. L. Hobkirk., of Citra, says the some company owned many thous-.
-_ orange groves in his. section are look would not be surprising to see acres of this muck land and ,

ing particularly well. He has a go higher and reach; if not pass, to 'sE'' it at fancy prices, so I : _
li years best prices. Other of the see tow important it was to be [ S
will 600 700
:small grove and ship or : '
boxes this season; grades also improved this week, to point to St. Cloud as to what ladies' a iles Furnishing Goods

r Dr. E. Neve of Tampa, says the or. dowglass returning to 55.75 be: done.. Quite a number of '
little $5.30, and M to 485. K also did bumuck land and undertook
in his section is but
ange .crop 1 l
larger .than.. last season. He thinks a gain of five cents.- vegetable farming, but with Remember we must move and will mover it willnot : --i ;

the buyers should all hold out for $1 Naval Stores Review. results. St. Cloud was un- t tI pay us to pay freight, therefore this is your opportunity D ,- ";- <: ,

box on the trees. T"-' several managers during these Fall and _.
'a. to buy Winter wearing apparel : ; I
I of Edison's, New Motor Power. jearo.nd each succeeding year t in '.
large acreage
There will be. a .
Fall vegetables planted at Cocoanut Thomas A, Edison, the cane acreage grew smaller. Evi i at the lowest prices possible We, have been in business :' u

grove this year,. mostly peppers and wizard* has discovered a new : the cost of production was I here for the past seven years and we do not -:' .' J
t nts. Peacock'is putting which |ie says will greater than the proceeds from
egg pl Jackson believe that we have a single dissatisfied customer
in ,100 acres of pep ers and eggplant tor power by its application to sale of-sugar, as this entire stock L

'. tric batteries.,.:: In: an interview long since been abandoned, the 1
l 'Up to last Saturday 34,611 boxes of c I New York paper he says mill was sold dismantled and I BOY YOUR GOODS FROM 08 AND SAVE fflONEK rq

):, oranges ,bad been shipped from Fort it; f ved out of the country, and cattle I
For same date "No one has any conception roam over it virtually at will .
:Myers this season.
19,506 vast amount of search and these :lands are supposed to 1
;# last year the shipments were
x boxes and two years ago 25,258. that has been necessary in thoroughly drained. They all had THE BOSTON STORE

The land department of the F, ,E. arrive where I have arrived al_outlet and ditches and'cross m.

C. railway. is going to' reclaim, and and! .now that.It is, in hand and (' e3 to carry off the water. Other I OCALA FLA.From : .' 4r
market thousand ble! it makes me feel foolish I will 'mention who tried this ', .
the severs
place on '

'acres' valuable pineapple and truck how "easy it is when you ]know land for cane and vegetable 't tI J'h'O'. '. .. d -' c . _. '. ... _,,__"..__, .. ."_ : ., I' t Qr
growingjanfls; near West; Palm Beach. HIt is away and ahead of and vho lost thousands of ...

i Di The first car of oranges was shipped yet produced and it is fully liars in the effort are A., S. Kins- I in

from Fort Ogden last week bv I. my expectations and will work Wnitmore Bros., Lupfer Bros., ,

H.. Trabue and 'C. C. Morgan. It'conI ders in propulsion{ but it i .' Smith-Dorian and .others, all '
br'1ght foolish for me to say it is the)men of more than ordinary tt'a
sited of 256 boxes of.fine fruit, t
,. and, well ripened, and ,went to a New Nothing "is perfect in this s and intelligence' when they l ,
,.' that is of man's'inyention.. out with much less means "
a York'.
i&f -. famous Ingleside orange grove \\Tien the things I have I .) note knowledge when they quit. I) V'-I

; The St.,Petersburg, has been purchased way are perfected and I ed it for three or four years, mP'P\ P'P'\ P'P\ P\ .

j. .at this,.week from W. L. AInslee by 'T. :shall give up 'industrial and :from' ''SIX to eight years, but I 21i.f.ti:21&j21JlJD: : &irtJ,21Dl/QaW

' ::1. W, :Or ham and W. B. Hare. This I cal Investing and take up the came to the sad end of the great j

r ,'i grove te,,, one df the largest and most tigation.: ,of natural :phenomena'fi".r. Cloud" 'model plantation-a com-

'r valuable on. the Pineallis( Peninsula._ 'cause of electricity,: what it. failure. Rice culture was tried --

i.. 'w; H, Harrison, of Palmetto has a t.Ch'" it works, the cause of these lands-a big rice mill erect- -

'h 'flourishing Orange grove from which particularly the afflictions which at Kissimmee, and several hun- .

boxes. From to be incurable cancer, : ijC'e plantei by' a rice expert. .
1,000 .'
get. ;
:. he 'expects to. \ r '
tree last sumption. l tetween the maiden cane, <, .
old grapefruit > H
.one four-year I > :
"These and other things well under .the :
3: : :year he gathered '10 boxes, :which heY view as wa : ,
box> me deeply ,and soon I ,hop a* rice) and the thousands of
i.sold. for .$%.4.O"per .
: .
:. "" 'to Tampa last them' up. The photograph bIrds. that ate the matured crop I ,..' -
a M n'ey'w wired -
', week ftom Albuquergue, N. M., with cement works and other the maiden cane failed- to kill, .
make the path easier, and .c- -:
carload of Florida oranges \ inks ended this branch of muck
order (or a
'an '
shill ride hobby of science.:
:-"4:' This will be my it prover another mammoth
'i:;)' and grapefruit shipped to N w'Mexleo' the question of electricity' was The rice mill was also dis '

: the first from car Tampa ever : It is probably the up as you know,' all the and moved away. To California :
z.; made here at the
first ever sent to that territory from were The muck land is the most treach-
things that occurred
Florida point.It imitation of soil I ever saw. ,
3 ..any
fresh in my' mind and while
will take
IS* can hardly be said, that the citius' sponge-like nature up
j fruit has begun to' move suIt was evident the cause was' until it will almost mire a
"Are vice far advanced and will drown' the .
'ft'Om Oveido yet, only about, four or I crops -
and'grapefruit No, no, we are living on the it is ditched. Or, in case of

:five cars of oranges peen shipped.. About edg;) ci knowledge; we are it will dry 'out like chips or )L. .:.
having "
,thus far low .., we' do not know ,
wn -
first ol next month shipping / ; and ruin the crops that way; 'I $ '
thousandth part of one per ,.
will begin in earnest. The crop there if a lighted match is dropped' on 3000 .
yet, but we are learning. :. i
''is. probably about'' as large as last it will burn clear to the sand or d
underneath. I have seen
year. Turkey Crop Will Be :
pineapples is of it burning several times.
Is- The work of planting Cincinnati. 0., Oct. .-
Had in the above

drainage cases
F_ still going on. and White City is'go to advices received from .
: 4
fag to rank as one of the great pro-: poultry dealers, the crop of a success the Everglades to :
have would be a netlVork of drainage
The growers :
f ..duclngcenters. will be a very large one. St. Louis ,
r found that:the land is,greatly improv- been very little wet : operations, and no such issue would ;
underdraining. New YorkProduce before the people., .
'd by -: retard them. Cincinnati '
Now, let me say right here; I voted
News. now receiving. turkeys I for Governor Broward in both primaries -.
from' 12 to 15 pounds apiece but not account of his .
General. Lee's, Centenary.' on, .. .
early to begin .the dis', pared with turkeys weighing drainage scheme, as that,., to my .. Low Rates < ,
It is not too pounds last year.A I .: One-Way Every Day. .
M cession of the question\ .of .the proper commission mind, Is anything but a 'wise or practical ,' .. :. '
th one .hun merchant operation. Besides' it offers too > '
manner of celebrating} % who To October 3J J606 > I
"Eastern speculators ., ,.
of the, birth of great & chance for graft in this day .
dredth anniversary
'f market last '
with the '
oc ,
19, 1907.. and time when graft seems to be .- I. "
'+. Robert E. Lee,on ,Jan.. lesson, and .
taught a severe
No 'man in the: records of the English their hands off this holding sway throughout our country. ,, : : >
people stands higher As I see .no count / in fie state is ''via 1
secured ;
these interests Y' "
t .: # .Americans: he year exempt, and the time is unlimited. I .
that General fcee
the bulk of the turkey .
: on : .. ;.' .
are easily first, and cannot believe the people will set the :::; '" < ;;;:
? ,and Washington tober for delivery during '
law themselves and the generations -
greater upon
: : as a military ..genius; .he was !and December. Realizing .th '
with the that follow > /
x than Washington, and ranks the :
would not .receive'
Tie did not have an While I believe governor Browardis .t:1>
: few immortals. prices they had loked for, : Union Pacific :
;_ opportunity Ito display his qualities to take up their options. As honest, on the of it it does not >

of statesm snshjp, ,bpt W, ? the farmers were left with a well In a man: spending valuable tine :
& csedttabje. .that and his own money traveling over the J .
were such ,that It ply of turkeys on hand w '.
would state making long'speeches trying to
N had he. been given, a chance he. were compelled to sell at a .. :. '.
} have adorned ,any.o'Sce .where clearness figure. This year induce the people to support a scheme and r
maturity of judgment where he Is supposed not to be bene-
,. .of wisdom. and farmers' are pledged to sell .
i essential qualities. fitted not one cent, ''and where untold ;; c '
are the the consumers! and take. 7l .
of the one hun millions mast be spent in an operation
celebration I
; The market '
5 General Lees which 'at best caD be of very doubtful
dredth anniversary Present prices of 12c. .
_q :' notbesectional, however benefit to the state or other owners Southern Pacifi ,
; _' birth should Lee was as much a foot and lS@20cv dressed of this muck land. ( t :
General ably prevail, during the : ,
Grant Jack- The lands being 'in litigation as :
.patriot as was Lincoln. holidays. Other poultry will .
., theinpesttgatbr'and ownership is another this : :' '.
guide, to reason I'L
The .
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% .f: .1Sn.; or Washington. plentiful. Geese have ", : .. .
unbiased histor- scheme should' be defeated but -
1 She -
It their appearance, and heavy knowing what I do if the 'state owned < '. ., .. >'" 3.: : '" .
point. Be .
_lian are in accord on this are looked for later Old : sure-your.iickets read over this line.: ':' '. :: >

'1! should be. a: fine opportunity..country to exhibit spring chickens are .In ., every oppose foot of this the'drainage Everglades amend, Iwould ... ', ; .',- <:- ,' : ; 4-. ..;:"' ',- > : : :_. I -.
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the openness! and prices are reason .' '.
.f. ply ,
Lee'a cen- ment. Ten years of personal; observation / : ., '.' .
< ; .'\. this..celebration, of General mour is in Kentucky looking 'f ., < J '> .: : .
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'1 '. nary. ,The day, should he celebrated keys; looking' for another : of drainage by men ,of wealth,,I ; : .;. Inquire' ofJ.rTf. .. ,: :. ... .. .
'C 1n..Bciston.wellas in N.ew Orleans, last where eaca! had a personal incentive: ; ,_. '. .'. ,' .. .. .. '.
'"mee. ,- .yean.Candied tor success, proving a failure would ,_: ', ; : ; : : : '
:. .'Nashv.ChicagO, as wen W. inv N1 induce me to vote against this ;": .< : :.: v. .> .:;" ',-!, ) American Sweet .
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drainage amendment and I advise every ;... t ; -*. ': : '
positively Candled sweet potatoes *. ; i .Va : Rensselaei: l :/:=' .
The president declares one else to do so. .
-? elec'tioi popular on southern tables ... .. ,. ... -: .,
>:ftha he: la anxious '.ftr' Hughes' extremely palatable when I will add aa_ the governor charges '

? ;;, ..Another' reason' whr democratsL"5 pared. ,Cut' boiled aweet, th se- who oppose his scheme In the .. J241PEACHTREE ST; ; '-i ATLANTA,'.GA.Yr .' .. ..

should 'vote; for 'Hearst.' long' slices: place !n. an papers as being paid by these corporations : ; ? ; : '- '

.i}' -' i put lumps 'of. butter on does. not fit this case,. and J : r ,) } M : '
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many ; '
'Alpnzb :Walker: who for' + : : ,, :
11 > mUll'.1n and sprinkll th sugar. 'S believe there are many others.- r : .:;: L ;
years was' well known market :
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', (MARION: COUNTY, : IS IN :GOOD IMPORTANT NOTICE., Adding to Our Bouquet:or Honors., THE:LOVE-THAT-ONCE WAS MINE -,.:,"' .

.';SHAPE, ,. ,- Of. alt the-gentlemen :Idntified, withthe' --:--. ,
*\ :>.- To;: ,Shippers and Receivers of Fruit newspaper fraternity of Florida, The rose is' lovely in its prim.

'.The'Awistant' te'Audltor Says Our and. Vegetables. none.. Is, more deserving of highest But .hastens, to decay; 0 -
Sub-i' :; [ We ,beg to announce that 'we have honors 'than the well known "Ocala And .when It blooms its little time, 0'. L
A Boston schoolboy taS : ,
; :. "- ject for Congratulatton.f .' provided at Pier No. 45, North River, editor," .\Frank Harris, of the Withers to dust away. was -
: : New York, special facilities for the. Banner. And it may truthfully be \ 8 weak and sickly.
Tallahassee Fla, Oct. 27, 1906. .prompt handling* of fruit and vegeta said that in years gone by many honors The ,sun succeeds a ,my- awn : r

k ; :Hon S,'T. Sistrunk; Ocala, Fla. bles, wtiieh, include steam' heated have been most worthily bestow. And, glorifies day; *
My'Deaf Sir:-:It gives ne.pleasure space for assorting and prompt delivery ed, so many, indeed, that one would But when a space of time is gone His arms were soft ally fkt&y.He .

'to' hand you :copy' 'of my report 'on of oranges grapefruit and other think the Gist' complete, but lo and The day is lot for aye. didn't Have a strong mutde ia tii*
your county; this day filed with the fruit and vegetables.The behold! still another is added. The o
governor,and to congratulate you and, steam heating plant which 'we story is told by the brief We breathe the breath of life 'awhile o entire body. -
:the.county commissioners as well as have installed should insure through- an editorial: "Grandpa And, weary, lay. us down;
other county officials. on the'condi.t10D out, the winter a sufficiently high temperature greatest of all honors is that of being There do we dream but never smile, 8
,. of affairs in your county> 'inis to,safeguard fruit and vegetables a 'grandfather.. Augustine And the worm weaves our,erown. The phywcian who had attested

;z copy Is for publication in your. coun against any damage from Record. o J the family for thirty years prescribedScott's .
freezing.We Oh!! love declare that thou art true;
ty.With regards' to you and other 'have also provided on that Moved HiS Store. That one thing is divine; o Emtifafon. 4o -.

friends. .there, I am very truly yours, pier an,auction 'room, which has been Mr. J. D. Carroll, who for some time Dear silence and I, mourn anew 0 t.
1 W. B. ,SADLER. placed at the disposal of the commission past has been the proprietor .of a The heart that once was mine; NOW f

; Asst. State .Auditor. mercl.ants.ithout, extra charge, fruit and green grocery establish LEON, HANLON. 2 : !
cfr where auction sales' may be held as near the. city market, has moved his

..':: : "'. Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 26, 1906. frequently as desired., store. Hp is now located onnorth ; To feel that b y'. arm you

; : To the .Governor. Tallahassee, FIlL All our steamers are equipped, with Magnolia street near the Seaboard To Mrs. Lamar. '
_ 'Sir; I' have the honor to report the Jat apparatusand with the frequent -' depot, where he will be glad to see Mrs. William, Bailey Lamar, whois would think he was apprenticed to a

& tllaton'June,: 27 1906, concluded an schedule which we 'shall maintain I his patrons. always cordially welcomed on her blacksmith.ALL '
brief visits to Atlanta, has been the t
examination of the county offices of during the coming season, we ,
\[Marion county, to-wit: Clerk of the feel that we can assure you that any Mr. C. J. Phillips is quite a busy honor guest at a number of informal -
=j circuit court, tax collector, county shipments fruit and vegetables man these days. He is repairing the affairs.Mr. DRUGGISTS sad AND !51.00.; ,

treasurer; sheriff., county judge su forwarded via Clyde Line will receive store building recently occupied by and Mrs. Robert F. Maddox. i
I Messrs. S. A. Rawls & Co. for had Mr. and Irs.Carroll Payne, Mr.
.perintendent of public instruction our .best care and attention. ; 00000000
Messrs. Tison, is addition and Mrs. Hugh Richardson and Mr. :
: and county commissioners, with the Yours very truly, building an
_ following results: THOS E. ,EGER, to Mr. Peyser's residence and a Charles Crenshaw to meet, Mrs Lamar 1 -A ; .
h I find that the clerk of the court Vice Pres.: and' Gen.:Mgr. fence, woodhouse, etc., for Mr. R. L. at dinner Sunday evening. .... I' "
; ,
Anderson.Mr. Monday evening Mr. and Mrs.Frank
had on hand .or had otherwise accounted I
'- for all tax certificates with Ex-Senator Pasco's Son to Wed the Ellis had as their guests at dinner.
:which he was properly charged; that Nelce of Senator Mallory. H. J, Mote, of High Springs; Mr .and Mrs. Robert Maddox and Mr. i I H. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. BouvlerAnnouncement
he has turned over to the county Announcement has been made of Mr. W. H. Beaver, of Owensboro, Ky.; Charles Crenshaw, with Mrs. Lamaras s
treasurer: all public moneys, that the approaching marriage 'of Miss W. H. Dunlap,. of Macon, Fla.; S. A. honor guest. After dinner the -
_ ..have come into his hands, and as Nellie Mallory, of Pensacola, to Mr. Donnella, of Inverness; J. B. Wilcox, party occupied a box at the Grand for
county auditor he keeping: accounts Samuel Pasco, jr. The wedding will of Wilcox, and J. L. Parrott, of North the one night bill of "It Happened in

,.with all county officers: ,as', required occur on the morning of Tuesday, Carolina, were numbered among those Nordland."
-', by law. November 6, at eleven o'clock. at the registered at the Montezuma yesterday Mrs. Lamar will leave Saturday for We have just purebred the splendidly equipped F .k ri
The:minutes 'of the board of county First Presbyterian church.. v her home in Florida where she will r f
commissioners are published. Miss Mallory is a neicS of SenatorMallory remain until December, when she and machinery plant of the Yonge and Cline Company,

r; The tax collector'has. 'paid into the and Is one of the most .popular St. Augustine, the oldest city in Judge Lamar will return to and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and

county treasury and state treasury girls in Pensacola society, ,Mr. United States, -win soon be in a Washington, where Mrs. Lamar is one adjoining counties. We make a specialty of repairing
all funds .collected by him on. account Pasco is a son of Ex-Senator Pasco flounce and flutter. Preparations are of the most popular members of the
of license taxes and taxes on of Monticello, and is a bright and remarkably being made to open her hotels ,and i interesting social life in the nation's steam pumps, gas engines, etc.

the tai rolls of 1902, 1903, 1904' and successful young man. she is expecting the biggest winter 'capital-Atlanta Journal. Let us quote you prices. I -
travel in her history. We her
,1905; and the rolls, of 1902-03 and
.;- 1904 stand balanced. Mrs. C. R.. Hendricks, of this city, big expectations will be realized. Colonel Tom Johnson,of Cleveland,

_ ,r The sheriff reports, and,pays overall and Mrs. Deas, of Helena, Ga., her Col. and-- Mrs. has stopped the operation of another Ocala Gas Engine K Y
John M. Martin, who
mother, who Is here on a visit, have
I fines coming into his hands; he have trolly car line on the trivial ground I
.has a record of '.the fees charged by the sympathy of our people in their been spending the summer at that its. charter has expired and the Yr
.'- Aim ; their bereavement cauesd by the Asheville, N. C., and with their daughter city wants the street for its own Scent .
Mrs. Albert H. Brldsey, at For- Company r
I death of Mr. W. H., Deas brother to J
The; superintendent of public instruction line, If the colonel, does not
syth Ga., reached home
: ', ia systematic in the..keep- the [former' and'son of thee.latter.. Mr.Deas afternoon.Mrs. yesterday stop this sort of thing he will get
lag of the records of his office and left, his Georgia home some himself disliked by some leading people t
properly for all moneys days ago for Florida, :where he was in Cleveland-Tampa Times.FERRY'S.
paid;, to: account superintendent, to take charge of a turpentine farm G. T. :Maughs and Mr. Harry .
The county, judge has a docket in near the Gulf coast in the western Palmer came ,home yesterday from
r ., which are docketed all cases passing part of the state. He was' accompanied Dunedin, where they went to attend E. Cv Smith. C. V. Robes
4 through his office; he keeps a-record by several other. men none of tie:; wedding of Miss Jessie Palmer :

:' of his fees as the',law, requires. whom have been heard from since and Mr, Alsop Wednesday morning. Funeral Directors and Licensed EmbalmersWe

The. county commissioners have the big storm which recently createdso
been thorough. ''in,their,work and have much, damage in that section. Thelast Never in the history of this country
., confined-' themselves within the- limits seen' of the party was :.at Bainbridge has there been such a demand for labor are equipped to do the v'ery best work and use

_ of the law in the'matter of compen Ga., at which point they 'nor have the earnings of labor .5E Drake only the latest and best methods.
'sation.' ,Warrenta :are drawn direct boarded the boat and started down been so great as they are today.,

M 'to,the person'to whom the .county is the Flint River., The river ,has been ] lure a yield of'quantity and Telegraph Orders Deceive Immediate Atterjtiou.
owing ;:and they are duly registered, dredged, but without finding any trace An effort will be made in the next aaaUtr. When your father planted
,, according to law. of the missing men. legislature to do away with the convict martetbntineyebave been Improv-on tie
lease system. It is hourly kill Ins ever since. We are expert in OCALA FURNITURE
., The treasurer: had properly charged flower and vegetable weds. CO. {
himself with all :public moneys Dainty willow goods for dainty ing itslf. r '1o0iSeedAeaul.beanttfallj'ffliu>
: into parlors. Your inspection will convince tntedfreetoalUppUcanta.D. aapel and undertaking parlors corn c North Main
that went his -custody 'as, ,treas. H. FERRY CO., Detroit Uieh. Street, and OeklawaJa -
.rarer;' he": had ''on uand" oh" June, .%1$15u5.14. niure> you Co.- 'of their merit _Ocala. Fur. Mr, J. G. Lege, of Woodmar and Avenue.

,. distributecl. ail:follows" .< x Mr. S. S. Savage, jr., of Candler, were Day Phone No. 10. Night P- -ne Of and 197.
1-. General. Revenue Fund, ,.f>j, 84.96 visitors to Ocala yesterday between I

F & F. Fund ., .. .. ... 3,538.34 trains. .
., School Fund;*,.- .. .. ..'. .. 244.11
_ 11oad Fund;; :.' u' .., .. ., 681.97 Mr. George Easterling is at present -
_ Special Road Fund; .. .. 17.79 N1E1 OlL with the Commercial bank during

Building Fund, .:. ... ,. ,.- 6,893.96 the absence of Dr. Boozer. -
_ __ Sub-school Dist. Fund, ..' .' 3,664.01 r *wruM9avrui% Thos. H. ,. I ri .
& RHEUMATISM ZStTydinga Mr. E. -C. :McLeod was a .caller at Keating

Total ... .. .. i. ...$15.125.14 our office last night. He is an enthusiast
f i All of. which *is respectfully sub- :I & Co., Druggists' Ocala, .Fla. for drainage.
mitted. f : .

_,'-i: .Withstood*',.Quickly;I; > ,LINGERING Cured Other, Asst.W.Sby- i"Trealent;.B..hambeHain'ar-State COLD.SADLER 1. Auditor' But,, t Nw FUl niturnJu t In 0 1 &SUCCESSORS Company TO STRAUSS & CO., : -

Cough _Remedy
"Last-winter| I caught. a very severe
cold Which' lingered for weeks," r
s ,iTJuuauhart; of Zephyr, Ont, My.coUgh "'- ':.,:i., r WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
.was very dry and harsh. The ;
_ local dealer recommended Chamber; WearenoWpieparedto make. 'MOSS MATTRESSES : .
.Iain's tough Remedy and guaranteed t % r !
it, BO I gave it Vial. 'One small bottle he kindd*that ". "lastalsoto.. ..1 clean and renovata ) < i Ocala ;.,
: f of It cured me. I believe v.am- :' ,. Florida. J.
btrtain'B Cough Remedy to be thebest old enes. We buyK and sell ; I'' )
I have ever used." For sale .'.- .'''!O'
byall'druggists. ... .....
; m, 'AYE WHISKEY' Special I 4 QuartOffers CASE'\- WHISKEY.. :2:
;1 Second-Hand Per Gallon.
,.. The" Editors in -Jacksonville, Next ;Furnitureand .. i Star Rye. ., .. ...- .. ., .. ..JL50 < -' Per Qt. Bottle. s-'';

_ ,\., .- Week.. J -. i iOn ; /V 1 J 1\ Red Rock Rye: .. .. .. ;. .. .. 1.75 Belle Isle ., .. .. .. ... .. ..; 75 ;
_ Wednesday of next.:weeki: beIween ;.. .' '. i can save you on "class"of Keystone .. .. .. .. .. .., 2.09 King of Kentucky .. .- .. ., .. 75 .. i,

the hours trade of will 12 and 2 o'clock, money this gocds.. A Belle Isle ... ...! ,.. .. -.. .. .2.50 FOR $2.90 Uncle Joe .. .. .. .. tt tt 1.00 K.. f
the 'board
of entertain the great deal of stock .T .. to .. 3.00 Strauss Royal Reserve ..' :. x too --:
Florida editors, and this reception now on hand is as good X as new, LogtCabiaide f' .. .. .. .. .. 3.00 We will send express Old Maryland Rye ., .. .. to eo 100

_ a 'and attended.collation"- promises to be largely and the prices so low that it Monogram !. .. .. .. :. .. 3.50 prepaid 4 full quartsSTRAUSS Old Harvest Corn., ., H' .. .. 1.00
are will surprise you to Uncle Joe .. '.. .. -.: ? .. 3.50 of 1 Pilgrimage .-. .. .. .. .. -.. ... 1.25 *

;. learn them. Five ns call.Pittman. Pilgrimage .. ... .. .. .. '.. '.. ,. 4.00 IlL Cascade. .. .. .. ,. ... "- 1.25
and a Fern Hill .. .. .. .. .. .. to, 5.00 White Oak .. .. .. .. .. ..*_ ., 1.25 a 4
New :York Italian,' will Military furnish the band music of t Strauss 76 .. .. .. .-. .. .. ..- 5.00 fOR $3.50 Fern Hill .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.50 '

CORN WHISKEY. J Strauss 76 ., .. .. .. .. .. .. Ii50
The following will be ;
t ,, Tied out:' program car & Son. Tennessee*Corn .. .. .. ? .. ..$l.50 We will send express Olr Oscar Pepper (hot In bond) 1.50 =-$ '

: Address of welcome in behalf of North Carolina Corn, .. .. .. ., 1.75 prepaid 4 full quarts of Planters. .. .. .. .. :. ,.. 1.50 _
Statesville Corn .. .. .. .. Black and White Scotch Y t
the board of trade, President Charles 2.00 .. .. .. 2.00
1 E. Garner Mduntain'Corn .. .. .. ... ... 2.50 STRAUSS Mt. Vernon. .. i.-" .. .. .... .. 1.75 := e'
Old Harvest Corn .. .. .
.. .. 3.00 ROYAL "
of welcome in behalf of W.-A.. KNIGHT. -
the' city, C,. E, Jones, representing L. E. LANG. GIN. RESERVE GIN..' --/.*
Swan Gin .. .. .. ':.-Per
Mayor ,Nolan. '., .; ..$1.50 Qt Bottle. .
Address o{' welcome in behalf of Tom, Gin '.: ? '.. .. ..- '., .. 1.75 London Dock' Gin .. ,.; .. .' ..$ 75 -.r
carnl .association, W. R. Carter ed- ANNOUNCEMENT: Holland. Gin ... M .. .,.,. '.. 2.00 FOR. $3.50 ,Tom Gin .. ,-r ..- ;. .. .". .. 100
itorln-chief of the Metropolis ,.and Crown Gin ., .. .." ..--'....:.. .. 2.50 We will send 4 fall Holland. Gin' '. ? .>. .., .. ,1 .. L'0o

president of tie association. Perfection Gin .. .. ,.. ... ..' .. 3.00 quarts ofOLD Phosphate Gin' .. .. '.. .. ., 1.50

Addressin. .behalf of the local press.George' Wehave Just purchased the; Wa gon and Harness business of Messrs. RUM. Booth Tom Gin .. .. '.. .. .. .. 1.50 _
_ r :t w ",Wilson editors.:chief of S. A. Standley & Company and propose to add'to the stock of goods, every. New'England Rum .i, .. .. ... ,.$2.50 HARVESTCORN _
the Times-U lon., ,,:. thing that la needful to make It aCOMPLETE LINE in every sense of Jamaica Rum .. .. .. '.." .. ? 3.00 MALT WHISKEY. .'
.. Response' to board of trade "T, J. the word.' We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mar. Bran-y.. :. Per Qt Bottle.

.Appleyard; editor' of the Lake', City ket; also,several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle "a great va- Blackberry Brandy, .. .. ...:";. ..U.5Q The best goods to be Duffy's Pure .Malt .. .. .. ...$1.00
Index. ,riety.of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee. Apple Brandy .. .. ..' 'J:: _.. had for the money, Bowman's.,:.,. .. .. .. ... ... .. LOO{
X I* Response Peach Brandy .. .. !
,to the city's welcome in > ; SWEET -:
g behalf of the carnival, C. L. Bittlnger, High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages, California Cognac- ,. .. .. ..:'... 3.00 FOR' .fu.00 .v' GOODS. _,
:editor!of the,J>Cala.Star. \ Unexcelled Wagons, Harness, WINE.: Per GaL _
'Response .to local press E. S. Matthews :Lap Robes Etc. Etc. Cordwood: "Wine.. .; .. ';!. .:. -.41.50' We will send express: Peach and,Honey "a" grade .. .n.50
s-t : Port Wine .. ., .. ./ prepaid 4 full Peach and Honey "aa" ;
.editor: of the. Bradford, Tele ., .: .. .. 1.50: grade. 2.00
'. graph. Blackberry. Wine .. .., .. '::. :.,1.5/\; STRAUSS Rock and Rye "a" grade.. .-. .. 1.50
.to.editors, J. H.: Estlll ed- Turpentine Wagons a Special.ltr. Sherry Wine .. .: ... .. .' ..1.50 Rock and Rye '"aagrade, .. ,. 2.00 -

c- itorbf-Uie! Savannah Morning News. Imported Port Wine ... :'.. .-..;..; ... 4.00 FAMOUS Orange Brandy f .. ", ,. 3.00
of 'Collation' and ''reception. We'are; Always In Position to Meet the Prices of' Legitimate Competition. .Imported Sherry Wine .. .. ;..4.00. "76" RYE Banana Brandy: '.. ... ,.. .. -.. 3.00
banding Apricot Brandy ... .. .
Many. prominent Cubans are io. .. .. u 3.00
: together 1ight'the-movement to We are Sole Agents for the celebrated: White Hsckorv Ttir

:to.annexed,to the:"United. States. ; .- :pentine'and; Farm W gon. .
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meeting of the board of county
c commissioners of _' Marion county We NOYOf Our t"

; Florida, held on Monday, October 1, Disappoint

: :f The Seal of Public 1905; the following were named, as
Approval WI Fulfill PromIse and Iner Mold -
Inspectors. and 'clerks of 'the general Peary h.. Fslsa ilo' u.
8n1eRCe .
wtttoaa n. bU..trnQ.Chlaad Ysrieeeel th aa
i election to be held in November WE CURE
palA or detnUoa from Inutusar Ceatsgteae Bio d Pciama
1966; cared new to ntarn. vith_t s.reary or mta.r.l sasitant Led of XaatI' .-
r Ocala, Qist. No. 1,- box No. 1-C.M. Top PoatUvslyeared: ; so stlmnlaatbasp.taeaaeM.;
The Dr.King Statical Co.U u imtiiaUan crpoiitft taferi tte
Livingston, J. T. Lancaster D, .A. law of UM tat of Gaorfta torthe; tmmm ani are ofaq

i ;x c Has (been:stamped upon Red ,Rock Ginger: Ale as a very superior article.lihasjthe clerk.Miller Box inspectors No, %;.,-J.D. M.S. Wiliams.Graham, a I lierTOuaaa'ctroftioai ttti luttwUoB.U tka duet eaaalttaf Dr. K. iKclaU K. IIIJI': &,UM being tauuter uM5.{ .
: .; : unbounded confidence of the best physicians ; a fact which; John Pasteur. W. C. Jeffords, inspectors ; V Ouameatt U the treatmtcl ehroaie 4MMw! It et TM.
led) va asebou DMkal and cteetrieal arcndaa.
establishesits Avhich' is proof of ; W. TV. Clyatt, clerk. ., Oar offices an tte tuhaaio", *
:: prestigejbeyond question,> practical : Reddick, Dist. No. 2-S.. L. Friday, let 1:_,,Ttolet tslppedsPttiasW nrt la f MI. 'tut4Lslt3tn 4octriT
C. II. Cam L. S. -aa..knora to Ibo Be Light, inspectors-
its merit as a beneficial home beverage. aoaleraJ erary rttpett. and wa tmjjoy ton bat iba bYsj
Ed. Rou, clerk.Flemington trainad and c&test attcndaata,npUrila:1It4 ItI4uMel >
n y Qy Riy / and liceu4 pbfiictui being U cbarffl. r
Dist. No. 3-W. D.
Wa employ n nitkftdlfig ntM to smut ,
Mathews, C. H.. Gray, Ben Jlixson, ., ptrO e-aoo.o.o."OI'UWe4forltl-.tore .uu"a
I "tj a y&hie inttatioB. Car terms for trettr .s '
jr., inspectors; D. E. Mathews, clerk. ITtnI'It
c Look for the Red Rock Crown on OCNt Cotton Plant, Dist: No. -J. L.. B. 'r, I- ante to$10.00porn ofaears aatb.mediolnntaotada4)ac4wegly within tspec!W1 .the..H.

ffAGAtIACt tO Hudgens, J. F. Parker, J., H. Pierce, $!. CHIOIIC O1EI -

bottles. It is your only protection inspectors:; C. Y. Miller clerk. PIYBWWEST: AIfRNllDmal u Kidney sitadS8la4dN rasble Biar..,
: Romeo. Dist. No 5-A. J. Markham, Knptarfc llydroeele. Dr&tu. Loio ,. tan' %t
1 wmLcun DIMMM, Tmaoa tad maUnai tlo tie
J. A.,Wiggins. X McGehee; inspectors Non, Tkmj, head ud Laen. at Ey.
;' Joe J. Turner, clerkr N. K. KIN. '". B.CMC ChrooU UUCMC of WOOIML tub MW Diq

SoLD EOTI1ED AT AIL GROCERIES tTC., AKD OX D2ACGET AT AU. TE3'!-Cdu"S f0 IrrSLS rtE N Heidtville Dist. No. 6-A. R. I Cauutew- .u wnwun nprdlac'ouJUoa 1JDutl1ra1Dl.tcharresuhaaia u lick wuknuses pf aetass6 .
today yoo IN or all1ott4. 0. r.vs. s
p. Brooks, H. A. Ross R. D. Stokes Inspectors r IT6 Mud TOO w Utarasera,i&clodlnc armptOB bUaki tor koa>a!raa&aa s _
t ; Charley "Whiddon clerk. ADTICEfFKEXgj. v-
.l? Shady. Dist. No. 7 T. J. Barnes KINIi 7 4 test* .
k ; t; wile MEDIOIL CO., r11 a q Il1 ta t UL
John Morrison James Goens, Inspectors

:_ Manufactured_ by THE RED ROCK! COMPANY, Jacksonville, Florida.CANCER ; J. M. Douglass,' clerk. I
__ Summerfield, Dist. No. 8-J. W.
Davis, W. S. Grimes, L. B. Branch,
A inspectors; S. J. Dillard, clerk. -- THE-- .

TijE BLOCK to, save the dearest thing on earth to a very brief time. Its intellect is so Lake Weir Dlst. No. 9-Charles

him-his women. He was told to inferior and its imagination so utterly Clements, J., H. :Moon, H. H. Harris, '

contain himself, to be patient and diseased that the effect _of such inspectors; W. E. McGahagin clerk. Marioi) Hardware Corrpay

await the result of the long distance horrid spectacles soon wears off. Moss Bluff Dist.. No. 10-E. L. Martin :

The Vicious Negro and the North's northern theorizing.' This national cancer is a revolting, J. T.' Lewis A. W. Fort, inspectors r"
J. C. Pillans, clerk.
fi Responsibility for Him., Meanwhile' he was surrounded by.a hideous object One is loth to speakof Grahamville. Dist. No. 11-P. L. -HEADQUARTERS -

dense mass of ignorant. negroes fast it in clean type on unpolluted paper .
Duriso B. I. Hull P. 'T Randall In-
""."'.A, ,Northern' Editor's" 'Vigorously Out forgetting what little of selfcontrolhad lest its contemplation should spectors; B. L. Hickman, clerk. American Wire Fencing, _

Spoken been inherited from a former generation breed pestilence, but if It is ever to .Salt Springs, Dist No. .13 W P.
Words to
the Northern which had been trained to respect be cut out it must be realized and considered Williamson, D.' E. McRae, Enoch Sash 'Doors and Blinds .

if People... the white man and honor the in all its horror, especially Wells ,inspectors;' Calvin Long clerk. ,- ;

,'. white women and rapidly returning to jy' northern, people who have too Fort McCoy Dist. No. 13-W. S. Paints. Oils and Varnishes

I :The fearful occurrences in Atlanta, a state of brutal savagery. every day long shut their eyes to the truth. The Priest inspectors, G. D.J.Turner W. Stevens, Joseph. Thomas clerk. ,

IGi, which :hav horrified readers of degenerating, as. a whole,, morally; south, understands it, and the better Orange ;Springs, Dist. No. 14-D. Mill and Mining Supplies
[the,,daily press, may well ;give us of and becoming an increasing menaceto clases of whites, to whom our sympathy H. Mathews D. M. Waldron, L T. ,

the north a shock We deserve it andhrO'Deed ,civilization. Upon this vicious, .Ignorant and aid should be extended In Matchett, inspectors; Frank Jordan, : Turpentine Snpplks

it to-&awaken us to a realization debased horde, the puny the; fullest measure know further clerk. -

,' of our ..responsibilities, to ourbrethren schemes of race elevation were as that, besides the vicious negro, they Linadale, Dist. No. 15-C. A.. Mc- Improved Farming Tools! _

;- of, the south. A race 'war snowflakes falling into the seething have, with them a large element of Craney, J. B. Booth T. ,L. Johnson, ;4.

f undertaken on the part of the whites ocean., Still,.the southern whites pro- ignorant. violent, intemperate white inspectors; C. HcCraney, clerk. V*

?|in'sacred ,defense of their homes, or ..tested, warned and implored, but nor people, for whose crude and revolt D.Citra F. iSmmons Dist No. Stuart 16 W. Ramey J. Crosby, in-, GET OUR PRICES

ian': 'unlawful outbreak' In which the thern sentimentality was proof against ing execution of lynch law they are spectors; R. K. Wartmann,. clerk.

innocent and of ;the natural appeals of race the ties held responsible by the world.It .-
; guuty one race were Anthony Dist. No. 17-A. R Griffin -
''a of. kinship and we dictates of na is time for the north to bear a E. C. Sims Warren Milligan, inspectors .

ven-geance land in the solution of the problemit ; J. D* Bassett clerk. Marion Hardware Company a

: ture.Now his liberally snared In creating., It Martin, Dist No..18-F. M. Townsend -
way will
; as you : ,denounce It, or ,expense -I' it has at length come to pass
: pan do so by'ceasing to exploit the ,- J. J. Knoblock, W. P. Wood. in-
.It find palliation la "the the '
; ; greatest that deluge ,has broken. and this .
the white 's It spectors; N. Townsend, clerk. ---
provocation humanity can know; or !problem, long in the brewing of its negro
Stanton, Dist No. 19-IL 'C. Morri
can do so by considering the mass of
j/cqndemn the fperpetrators as outrageous i malign factors must be: effectually son, W. Allsopp,'J. E., Adams inspec .
in the 'south as they are, not ?
f lawbreakers,. you cannot avoid I settled,' not alone by the 'south, but negroes tors; Geo. E. Snow, clerk. ?

the awful, fact that the condition 'the- north as well. We have had as, sentiment represents them to be. Blitchton, Dist. No. 20-J. B.

It can do so by discontinuing its sen George E., L. W. P. Hammon'es I i
J which is responsible' for it exists arid enough of theorizing temporizing, : Ferguson. -
( seless, fruitless attempt at higher inspectors; S. J. McCully,
must, be reckoned. with. philosophizing; it Is time to act. Northern
cultivation of the negro. As long as clerk.
: This dreadful people are not generally aware .
'problem for
i' presses the vast majority of the race in the Belleview 'Dist.. No. '21-J. A. Free-
of the fact; but it Is nevertheless .
;,a' permanent solution. The conclusion south remains as it is, the strong arm man, J. L. Wishnant, Joe Lucius, inspectors
of the rebellion demonstrated once true, that the state of the mass of
I of white control must be strengthened ; 0. M. Gale clerk '
"and'' for all, that this was .nation.. negroes in the south is so debased, so and encouraged to exert itself. McIntosh, Dist.. No 22-J. W. Reed, (,ti .

: Being:-such! its component parts must utterly, hopelessly, fearfully_ lacking The must be taught the rudimentary H. M. Estridge, J. S. Neat, inspec 1. i .i'JlI'
share' responsibility for the malnte- in moral conceptions that there ex- negro tors; W. E. Allen,.clerk.
virtues he has ,
ce "of order and justice within its ists1 In many southern states which forgotton Pedro, Dist No. 23-S. G. Lovell
0-1 before he can aspire to a higher ed- J. C. Perry, H, R. Shaw inspectors
borders. If the protection of women this any ,other respectable journal ;
ucation. He must be made to
obey, M. M. Proctor, clerk.
;;?.18 not would not dare to describe except in .
the duty of the Amer- -- -
f' supreme absolutely., He must be compelledto uunneuon, uist NO. 24-J. L. Leitner /
f: .' :)cal citizen. ,- whetaer he lives north the most general terms so loathsome restrain himself. He must fear L 'J. Titcomb H. D, ,Wood, In- ; __- kfLro .

:''/or;south of' the Mason and DIxon' Hue and shocking would the details be and respect the law and he must be Candler Dist. No. 2 -J. N. MarshalJ. >
lthen' if truly and plainly related. O. Albert in
our"cOuntry no longer deserves made to understand that if he daresto Hlghtower McLain

(IJ rank: among civilized nations. If White women and children arei not as much 'as think wrongfully of spectors; J. H. 'Mathews, clerk. t -

;)ttis; then" It Is time that the citizens safethey cannot walk unguarded' in a white woman he will deserve death. spectors; W J, Mixon, clerk.
Dist No. =
26-1-D. L. -
f ,the north' ceased to consider the the streets; of' the cities even in the At the slightest indication of 'an at- Sparr, Grantham, -: -
: J. Lovell W D. Eminisor, inspectors;
liablem of the south as.a 'academic daytIme. At night, doors must be tempt to commit wrong he shall receive S. E. Civils, ..clerk.Eureka .

:i,question to be discussed calmly and I locked ,and windows barred, the revolver iU The north can first, do its Dist No. 27-E. E. Howard,

::.,regretfully: at. a, safe distance from' must be ready at hand if the duty by understanding the conditionas J, H, Prevatt Henry Dudley, inspec-

:r the:scene' of horror :and shame. It black assailant is to be kept out. In it is and then uniting with the Cau- tors; Irvin Wellhorner, clerk. 1tl

; $ \his duty 'to: cone' ,forward, manI'Jfu11Y. many portions of the black .belt, the casion ,of the south,in the knowledgeof Levon Dist No. 28-J. Y. Hicks, iK IO1441k

'\ ... and ,acknowledge his' share, of family of the white man lives in constant and sympathy with his situation} H. E. Morris M. B. Pritchett, inspectors ( ) I :

,. the, blame and.aSsume'hls part of theY state of siege; a fate worse to devise adequate proper and permanent ; B. F. Turner, clerk.
Kendrick .
Dist. No. 290B.
,.burden. than death awaits its members if
pell, C. Whitehead, W. A. Finley
.,:.* -<-The'north' 'is even, more responsible. they dare relax their vigilance for What, is now needed is less sentiment inspectors; C<' CL Priest Jr., clerk; FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEER.

'for.,this overwhelming horror-than the ah hour. Northen people ,do not and more common Tense on the Martel Dist. No. 30-Henry Seek-

.fefiouth: Let ,us'face the facts as tney know! the truth and ,;their journals part of the north. All the moneyIt inger, M. P. Frank, F. W. Blitch, inspectors BETWEEN _

|.=faire and'cease this sloppy, sentimental are not enlightening them. The south, .has to devote to humanitarian purposes ; Arthur Cuthill, clerk. ,
,: for shame is loth, to let the facts Fairfield, Dist No.' 31-A. G. Youge, :
talk about, the elevation of the ne'gro'.race very and all the sympathy and sup- Jacksonville and New York.: j
be known but residence of J. B. DeVoe C. C. Wills, inspectors;
_ ;;: and need' of self- ntrol on a a, very port it can command should, in the '
: few in portion of the I D. B..Payne, clerk.
; Caucasian. weeks any country which threatens
the grave emergency
fthepart'of Geiger, Dist. No. 32-Charles
Curry Calling at Charleston, S. 0., both .
where the wa1lm
Ignorant -
negro population
Ethical considerations," fine-spun theo- north and south alike, be placed unre
: H. R. Drehe, W. W Geiger, inspec-
'Arles. philanthropical devices for a Is congested will convince the servedly and-In the fullest confidence, tors; D. R. 'Zetrouer, clerk. TOSS STSAKSS33 C? T3B.SoothBound COmwIII 1DT13. s

gradual elevation of the negro are notentitled1 most skeptical that .this hideous dan- back of the better class of white 1*' S. T. SISTRUNK y

;: ,to a moment's consideration ger is always imminent and very people in the south who alone are Clerk Circuit court, Marion County, THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN J1NESFIEIGHT

When: It is true that no white woman real.The possessed of a full comprehension of -

:;living in the south Is safe for a mo- crimes of stealing Is the very the true. situation and who alone are SERVICE BETWEEN

'!Bent-unless guarded by a gun. least of the negroe's offenses against competent to deal with it adequately It. Will Jacksonville, Boston and Providence* :

||The north, freed, these negroes. It southern society. The whites of the !and justly. Minneapolis Bellmen. and all Eastern Points. i

and south have long since ,ceased to expect at duriutoa Both
: elevated thenr to citizenship pro- caning Wtp.
that they will respect rights of [Stranger Loses Big Od 'in Tampa.L. .
of equal
';/rights'claimed'kith them the the whites.possessors Previous to property., Larceny is looked upon as L. Bryant a well known citizenof Pay You !IIIF SEMI WEEKLY SAILINGS.sstifcrcsi. =
j '[the war; slavery, accursed though, it a joke. As well might one expect Lakeland. is today $#,000 poorer ..............................:-...............-.. From L TU* Warf, Sstteftf + ..
than yesterday- because he visited
change his
to spots as
'?< the leopard
; J.i<'. s. held them in subjection them, and, ana re53 .1.11OVIUU""' : .. ..+..""'.'.'..' .44VQ.."" ....*.n" to, refrain from this city with this amount of mon l oat b : ..L.: ......................._........... J'rtI1 tot City trlt v tn.t, Ia uryfle
_: ned the brutes among '
stealing. It is possible to protect ey loosely stuffed away in an Inside ,You have 'any Real Estate
were from violence.
bey, many; of overcoat.His I Clyde St. Johns River Line. -
of consequences ,the north letvuem against this, comparatively minor of. pocket an to sell, -
; and encouraged them to fense' ; it is the: hideous crimes the loss of this amount which-

ipbelleve.loose themselves equal In evrypUiing unspeakable horrors that: are' the real was in eight $500 packages of green OR Between Jacksonville and Sanford

these'the Jaw is backs, was reported to Chief of Police
"; to /their former masters.- Af-' menace.powerless because, it, recognizes no Walker during the early afternoon. You're thinking of coming St?;i!:Z i*. Palitii dear, Bemlsri ( Stlui ill lat3res'Atr 12.

lYjler-a,; brief interregnum' carpet-bag retired punishment adequate to the offense; Investigation was made but so' far I IF to Florida,for a home Lasliajj ca St. Js&s Eire?.
; government
: ,; the conquerers
not cent of the treasure has been
it can devise nothing that will pre-
protected homes, Steamer City of Jacksonville {
f to their safe, pure
: vent Its recurrence and the harm :. recovered. Bryant believes the mon OR
tscure, in the knowledge that the lawjfyas out of his are appointed to sin M follow: Leave Jack0aviU daily, eieept ftatardan.. 1111 pry
slipped which
ey .
ito protect them done is irreparable., Ketantloj,Ie,T.Samfatd dally slept HacU,1 at a:Jo a.m. '
amply strong" was only secured, by a pin, during desire to invest in any
"" fromDishonor. Ordinary punishment, adequate in : IF"
their women
from assault and
walk on Franklin street. of.Florida property,
their' hands the north: to protect crime, en.
i They washed .
He arrived in 'the city at 7 'a. m., SCHEDULE Nortla-s..4
f ibfjresponsibility; they left to the im- Jrely in the south to restrain 'the negro Read Dow IUd .,.
over the Coast Line. she left the
Ipoyerlshed. defeated south the task 'even, from the commission of : TO SEE

off .newly 'freed worthy .,of minor misdemeanors. The disgraceof train he threw his overcoat over: his OR WRITECAU Leave 3 10 P. m. _,,....."........r JackJOll\'ur. _,, ... Arrive J eo L as 'z
making the does not touch him arm and the money was then in his '.. S 45 P. m. ...................__ hlatb ....._ ____ Lave goo. at -_<
|:|citizenshlp.. :imprisonment pocket. He to the CLUbHouse 3 00 a, m.. __... ""..,,.... "_..... Astor ." ..... ..- r__ J 3o p.-!.
.r" has''contribut.- as* a rule. In many southern towns, proceeded! ..,. r....._ Frlucl._...,...,..,,..,._ a so p.n.1
; 't:,Since then the north and restaurant. Franklin street Arrive 8 34 a. m. __" ,. Saafortl ,........L' .,,..,_.__ 9 30 s.rg -
s' ;-. J largely of: money to educate the the when shiftless cold weather and improvident approaches blacks and then left that place, after eating J. H. LIYINGSTaN H &SONS O .. 19 00 a. El. _-1, *........11'_. _Eattrpie.r.-.."__ .. ii) g. 4--

tnegro. It has sent northern teachers, with his coat on his lap toj Polk streeton
ffdevpted well meaning feel! its chill, numbers of them delib- ? ; :FLORI8A. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 Wilt Bay Sty Jackaonvilia, -_.
: self-sacrificing the t
east side Franklin street
: and openly commit theft in p .._._----,.. .
; persons of 'zeal to' lift the once, erately and he with .
rl> ;, full conversed a; friend then .
h a' plane. It order to be. arrestefU, convicted and F. it. IRO$ LOXCER. |B.. AW ; 'ppressed race to higher sentenced td' the penitentiary during and later went to Court House Vi,G.COOPER.Jt. Freight AirenL C. r.bOTEU. Superiattaanl,
| :;.h4s:: sYmpathIZed'' with and supported Squarewhere he sat on fi bench and Jerry Burnett. Foot ot Hogan Street, J cksonTfle, Fla.
r 'erery 'scheme deVised. benfit the ,the''winter months there to be main- talked with another friend.. Later, he AC. UACe&TY,Cea'l Eut'a 'a... Ajt..New York. CLVOB KILNS,Oral FrX At,K. T,
!tained in comparative comfort at the THEO G. EGER, Vice President and General Manager. .
"" highest .
:..-' 70 and i has lauded. to the visited the office of lawyer! and
'akies'.every' effoffrt to, create in him. sta e's expense until at, spring returns! then went to the National Exchange Merchant General Office Pier 36, North River. Branch 2SO Broadway, New York.
'again liberty they
\lal-, political and financial aspiraa When, once bank, ,to deposit the amount .... -
'back, are met at. the train by;
; To ,the:protests of the, white relatives-and friends, But the money was not to be found. .....
the south 'who knew the neEroyaad their The eight pacakages in Tailoring.
? Jot triumph to their apiece .
\\l had to live with..hlni.: that.theI".methods.chosen and sit' heroes of newspaper had mysteriously anted

i were .wrong ,and. misleyous lurking places from a an they honorable were nnder.taking disappeared.. The attorney was then Ocala Florida.Finest ., :

:and would'surely result In returning informed of the loss and Chief Walker
Inst ad''of Jlde, vicious, debased -
-T ,afcaster/the people 'of the, south: turn- ,criminals let loose from jail. was consulted.Tampa Tribune.Mr. Impdrted'aridDomestic GlbtHt. ; Everyone to know that The w. J. Chambers Shoe Company U ready : :
.. .
';.;" : d'adeaf, ear The fear? of immedIate' and dredful to'supply your wants in

;'{tie. southern, white, _man's.exact. : death Is powerless,to control the brutal .- Rheinauer a -Candidate. ; ,Cnttihgfa Specialty ';

knowledge' of :conditions was discredsj degenerate negro when ,hi!. passions Mr Charles Rheinauer; who was Fits Guaranteed. Fashionable Footwear -

d advice :scorned, leis warnings His mind is too urged to becomea: candidate for alderman -
F _wneeaed-. :Although. he' had demon- are aroused. to consider ,theconsequences ;from the third,ward; has decided If It is Shoes you'wantt, we have then In all len heri>. prices ranging --

f United; : }Ws-.MeHty: ; repeatedly ,to, the feeble and shallow of his crime and the in the affirmative ,and :will become,an from J.5H to $6.00, In Men'" Ladies and hl1
&,|'|t6red''.IJnloa :[ud ." had/shown his: ( awakened., ,:reckons aspirant. for this position.. 'n' com can make'prices that will interest )'Ou; We also have a complete line'Of = w- ,
inhim, once, cl ; A
brute .;;
iQr AA
:* ling ess -to. serve'his country of future punish TEfD'wBANk Gent's Furnishings.' Don't fall to give"us a call -
whatever ; rv'VJ/
ixothing ,iY&
o $ when :the eniergejicy ; arose VANTEDTwo.good.. : teamsters and J. b. ,
Tan deemedunworthy ofonfdence! ment._ Thejforcq"ofexampleeven'InIts ; ; two good 'work" hands" I to. ,helparound DEPOSIT. *-' ;-
Cenrifyinkfornv when,
mosV ,
*:Questions affecting'ytlie''YaegTO! .,lie J t vengeance in burn- a mill.. Apply.I to W. ,'J; $ '," 'R.-R.-Fare'Pali. Notes Chambers
wrecki ,
.. BEST W. J. Shoe COmpanY
'5itold the lawwheajthe.: :::' ; take on tuition:
observe ) andi sickening, torture; d snot Jjohrig; 64 W Broadway; Ocala.. and ehapest on antis,'.:Deal delay.-Writa c daygOtG14 : .
:...t+wpA Wiabletoisavehimcor'cvlati tag updntblsclass"for.m6re; than 8-%tf. 1 AtA9aMABI>Sm _COL1EGlwacu Leaders. In High Grade Footwear and Deal's FurnisMaga. }==
th usa d' .times. jinore.'important,: Impress 1i .

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ING. District Nc. 26.

.r To the People ;' .of' Florida From ,0.- Special! Meeting to J.. B. . 4. f. w

V_: Surveyor. ,Moorhead's. Report to-the .k ceola County, to Vote Againstthe tration 'I J. F. "., i. ,. .. New Goods New
P k k Supervisory Architect *' Drainage 'ConstItunional Ocala, C L. ,.., .. .. .. PeopleNew ,

The board of : ". .. .. .. ..-
r. :- Ocala, Flat Oct; %6, 1906. Amendment:;. J. '
: V '. --Mr.:; J." K. TaylOr. Supervisory Archl-- met in special ; C. *. .. . ; Prices. -V
: = for the purpose: of R. A...., '. .. _'
test Washington D./'C.V ?
To the People Florida
.; : istration books, and ;H. W. .. .. .. ==
_= Dear:; Sir:- ; herewith Jurnlsh'Ipu .We the undersigned democratic .officials motion it -
; W. -.;. .. .. ? r '
V ," 'plattt.of: the government lot in Ocala .of Osceola county; .desire, inJustice lowing names be H. F.,#.. ? .. -

yjoridi,:showing dimensions, width to the people of this county" he' names be alpha : .. .. .' .-. .. .=... WHEN IN TOWN VIIT
of street, exact location and sizes; of to make the following statement" to ed, .required by : R. D.:,.. .. u u ..

all: trees" thereon; and the elevation the qualified electors' ,of the state: District B. M. ? .. r THE NEW STORE. *

"" :accruing:to city datum ,for. each It has been said .in* the press ,and From A R. E. L. .. .. .. : ...........' .. .
a 'twenty-.feet over the entire:area, on the stump that the people, of the Iwortb, R..C." .. i M. E. -.. ,H .. ... .. i .-... ,-- -
: C.. J.-N. .. .. .. .....
and/'showing "contour lines for each Everglades Drainage District are all Alwordth R. -
foot of elevation Addison, Samuel '.. J. E. .. .+ ., -
in favor of the of the drainage
r .All atreets\are'laid.out. to conform' tai: AtkInson".T. H. C. ,- J. W...0 ..... .U. ...i .,.. E Goods Shoes
iurnett, D. G. .. ,. E. J. Dry Clothing
: :with the' cardinal points with due :'allowance We desire to say that Vat the Hay. Brown. C. M. .. ,.. ..- . ,

for magnetic variations.s. primary the race for the legislature Cox: W. M. .. .. J. M. .. .. . ..
S There are, 'no obstructions such as was run. solely on the drainage issue, Cleveland R. H. ,. District No. 23. Ladies and Gent's Furnishings.

,telegraph, telephone poles, lampposts and the successful nominee for .the Jrutchfield, C. ., W. : . .'. '
: buildings wells or cesspools, legislature, .Hon. Arthur E. Donegan Campbell' R: B. C. C. .. i ... .-. nr .

_'' IDW orgas: : .electric water, .sanitary or was overwhelmingly elected'on a triggers, J. J H District No.. 27. \

rain water mains. The plat shows lurrance, W. F. .. C., TV/ .. .. .
'the established and contour clear: cut anti-drainage platform. Dodd, E., S. . : G. S. . .. i ,
Osceola county was, the headquarters Flynn, R. E. . C. .. -.. H .. .i CGAe'-rJiobe
t lines" in brown ink. The black figures of the Disston drainage canal Hiller[ Edd., eo ? R. W .. .. ..

V-ah w. elevations as recently 1 taken system. This county may therefore Hammond[ W. B. Frank, .: .. .

by'me, from top of hydrantwhich is be styled the drainage county of the tardy, W. J. . ; W. '. .. .. E; 0'
Y one .of the city bench marks,, and is state. Our people are particularly King, B. B. .. .' ..

; ,; sufficiently near to be used in con- ; familiar with the effects of drainageand Ley, E. L. Indians Dying o' .Next to Mclver & McKay's.

'i, atruction. are particularly qualified to ex Lipscomb, W. H. .. impression I

By .reference to plat ,you will observe press an opinion upon the meirts of Lindsay, W. C. given the subject

that the curb.line on each sideof'the the. proposed drainage constitutional Little H. W..u are, dying out. tfMlUlUiWIllUUMMiUiUilUUJUUIMiHJUSouthern'

lot is 0.9 above grade at"south amendment. (From M given the subject

end, and one. foot above grade at We repeat that the.'people' of this lente. Otto '. .- are more Indians .
_ 'north end. This curb is made o,f county have already passed upon this Moody Moody,, S B.. D.W...v...?.. States than .s.;;

f brick eight Inches thick and is in drainage question, and in the race Moody, J. Pierson, landed.

good condition. The difference between for the legislature they voted this Mitchell, T. A. .. 'ns were never

;' the actual grade and the lotline drainage scheme down and emphatically McCraney, Ed. . too much at Railwaji_- -

\ Is shown by the difference in condemned it. IcGahagin, W. E. the prairies and .

=' brown and blacy figures, at corners: of Easinger. the nearest settlement< of McWhorter : the forests, but they :.t;: .

Jot. \ any size lo Lake Okeeccobee, voted Pooser' J. A .. habitations ;and 2 Vestibule Trains East| o.MNe.!! 30- North and West ; L ,
I 'have dug too small pits located almost! to,a man against drainage.The tone, Spencer C. one spot. Lv Jacksonville..So. ,"" -
Lv Jacksonville ... .. '
on north and south lines of the lot 'past action of the people of iterngerber Staten, J. P., J.. S... actual census of Lv Jesup .. ... ..So. Ry11.30ahU.30p Lv Jesup .... ... ..,....So.So. RYI0.30p'Ry 1.45p: ':: "

>V V equidistance between.-corners .fromeast this county voting overwhelmingly, Terrell. J. B. .. .:. taken seventy Lv Savannah .. .So. Ry 1.20p 12.15a Ar Macon ... .... ... ...So. Ry 8b4a-<:

.; to west'.The pit on south side t against this drainage scheme is in Zewadski W. K. '. time there were Ar. Columbia ... .So. R 6.55a 6.00a Ar Atlanta ............So. Ry 5.2,.;: "

"at the center.of. the' lot, shows. mu itself an appeal to the voters of V District Prior to that time Ar. Charlotte .'.So. Ry 10.05p 9.55a Ar Rome ,.. *...., ,00 So. Ry 7.30&',,,,

: latto sub soil for about two and a Florida not, to fasten upon our pro: Jouchellon, B. F. .. by guess. Ar Greensboro Danville ....So. 12.5Gal2.51p Ar Dalton .. ......... .So. Ry 8.25&--:
half feet"-bearing.:at least twenty percent pie this oppressive, arbitrary and" Seal, C. G. '00 with the count So.-Ry 205a 2.10pAr. Ar Chattanooga ..... .So. Ry 9,4Sa- '

; of,' gravel, and at which depth useless drainage tax. Cooper, T. L. .. population are as .-Richmond ...So. Ry| 6.5'f6f2p} : Ar Lexinton ...l..Q. &. C. 5.2Qa: :r

: : the entire bottom of pit is composed This is an ,appeal to you, the fair- Clark Henry .. there were 264,200.. Ar Lynchburg-. ..So, Ryl 4.17a 4.20p Ar Cincinnati ... ..... .Q &_C. 740a _
Carver, S. M. . Ar 'Charlottes\rille.So. Ry, 6.02a 6.10p Lv ..i..C. H. .
of small sand stone; indicating good Cincinnati 8.45p
in 7880 256,127.
minded people of Florida, to give
and sufficient foundation. ns Hayes, Homer L. ? 0f Ar Washington..So Ry' 9.45 9.50p Ar Chicago ..... .. .. .Big Four 7.10a., _- _
your assistance, and to vote against Hunt, A. F. . 272,023. Today by Ar Baltimore ...?, R. .R. 11.3ta 1l.25p -
The pit..on north; side of center of the drainage constitutional amendment Hall agents on the Lv Cincinnati .. H" .Pa. Lines s.tSp
C. C. Ar W. Philaa..P. R. R 1.45p 2.35
Ar ..... ....
lot has/.similar: subsoil with muchless'gfaYei : Harris, J. C. .. .. there are Ar New' York..P.. R. R. 4.13p 6.30aThro' Chicago .Pa. Lines 7.10a ,
and at a depth of two anda Respectfully submitted to your fa Smith E. L. ? ', V is not dying Lv. Cincinnati ... .C. H.'& D.Monon. 8,45py '

_ : Ar. Chicago ,_..... .. .
half ;feet ,found clay.: The vorable consideration. Sercey, William, no reason why he ... 1.23a. '
_ V street on'south side which has ,notbeen Sercey, Geo. W. has "The Land of Sky."lNo.20T.( Cincinnati "H..C. H. & D. 9.45B) _
R. T Butler chairman board pursued
county Jacksonville .. ... ..... .......Big Four
paved. has worn down to .a Scarborough, Joe, many -- .So. Ry 7.55pToledo 5.201/>
commissioners; E..L. Lesley, Clerk in respects ,Lv Savannah . .. ..So. Ry 12.15a Ar Detroit ... .. ..Big Four 1.25a _
depth' of about two feet and showsa White. J, R. . .I. :'
solid sand rock Circuit Court; W, R. Johnston, county District to give the Ar Columbia .. ... .So. Ry 6.00a Lv Cincinnati ... .. .Big! Four{ 9.3Op ;:'

bed of gravel and judge; W. J. Sears, Superintendent frown, Joe . in the race of Ar Asheville . ,. ..So. Ry 1.50p Ar Cleveland .... Big Four 6.45& : .

'in" the center of street. public instruction J. M. Walker, Bateman; Paul D. Indian is showing Ar Hot Springs, N. C..So. Ry 2.37p Lv Lexington ... .. .... So. .': : '
Ry 5.20PNa
:. ,I do not, apprehend any difficultyJn sheriff; J. W. Arnold, mayor of Ii s- Glint Z. . The Indians Ar Knoxvllle .. .... So. Ry 6oop: Ar Louisville ..,. ,, ..So. Ry ,8.1p.( =ii- '

V getting 'good foundation, at a simmee; W. B. Makinson, tax collector iagin, Adolphus, ,of Oklahoma are Louisville ..... ... So. Ry 8.50a Ar. St Louis .... .. .. .. .So. Ry '1.32a :- i':::
usual elevations Ar St. Louis .. ':
treasonable depth. The .. .So. Ry 6.12p
J. ;L. Overstreet, tax assessor Mathews, William, and they will
; ;
Ar Ar Anniston .. .. .So. RyllO.02.i'
water In Cincinnati .. .... .Q. & C. '
tof ground vary depth .i. 8.15a
J. R. Gilbert J. A. Mathews, A. A. National affairs
sr., treasurer; Ar Birmingham ,. .. ..So. 'Ryil2.01p ,
V from 25 to.,50 feet, and which is affected Lancaster, supervisor of registrationand District Excellent. Ar Memphis .. ...Frisco &05p v:" :
at least 5 feet during the Bush, G- B. ... Dining Car, Service on All "
.4mV ; : u
member of democratic executive Ar Kansas City ...,Frisco 9.40a:_ i
i .jrainy season. -There are no buildings committee; T. M. Murphy, president, 3ush, J, G. .. .; Monument Through Trains. Memphis ..., ., .. .. .. .. .. ...,, ,8. Oa.r;; ; .

; & : on adjacent lot in this block.. Other council Kissimmee.. Bush, M; D. . E. M. law chairman riot Springs ... .. ..| '_ .

? ;' test:.pits might,.be dug at the corners Bush, C.. D ? Monument;
Blue, C. .
_ ;.and at intermediate' points, after' the' One of Mark Twain's. Clements, Chas .... : the commision 34-"New, York and Florida Express Dally Pullman Drawing'. .: ti:
i V definite location of the bulking is Mark Twain was telling the audience Dykes J. E. ? of November at Room Sleeping Car Port Tampa and Jacksonville to New York. "3",

V V: fixed. We have no established sewerage of the memory of his youth Freeman S. C. .. reunion...of the No. Washington and Florida Limited.:' Daily Pullman Drawing. : :,y"
; V ,. but, the city authorities are in says the Minneapolis Journal. "WhenI Harris H. H. V of Florida. The Room. Sleeping Car, Jacksonville to New York, Dining Car. }-

1' correspondence- with Lederle. & Pro was living in St Louis' with my Moore J. H. .. ,be changed to No. 30( -Daily Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Car between .::;

-.3 'vast' of r New York,- with 'reference to mother, when I -was comparatively Pendarvis, G. W. ... during the Jacksonville cinnati. Hendersonville Asheville,-Hot Springs, Knoxvllle and Cin :-

a sewerage system and will no doubt noun, a lovely young, creature of 16 Hussell Chas. W. association, as No. 13-Florida Limited -
-Dally solid .
Starke Jno. L. vestibuled train. Through day"coaches
Y alt: the near future take; definite steps came to pay usa visit. When she entered Smythe T. C. If''f'. -will be in the and Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars Jacksonville to Atlan<: -
secure effectivesystem "
,to same. The most ,a room a general sweetness: District Tne commission ta, Chattanooga and Cincinnati. Also Pullman Sleeping Car Jesup to Col'.', _

in operation' at present is by was diffused. I was paralyzed. ]I Port, Oliver .? i : Gen. E. M. Law, 'h'I orado Springs Col., via Birmingham. Memphis, Kansas City, .

; connection witn subterranean outlet wasn't really myself. I was diffident Smith P. .. . I.I ; Gen.,Wittich, J. A. Freeman District
_ -which Dwells vary;in depth from 35 to then.' My mother suggested that Wright, Frank, .. these two members S. H. Passenger Agent 108 W Bay St, Jacksonville, Fhu>; "
tested Hardwick, P. T. M.; W. H. Tayloe, G P. A. Brooks ;'
100 .feet These wells. are "by being. 17, show! the sweet girl some District the Florida division ; Morgan A.G.P.A _;

turning the city water for several attention, but I hadn't the: courage Blodgett.J. S. Confederate ,:(

; ., lions, and which, :"in no case seem to 'Take her to the, theatre,' said Reynodls, H., S._ ,. Cooley, of this city ----!. .
affect the water leveL '
T I' herewith' send of the my mother. So I took her thirteen Blodgett. J. F. .. .. McCreary, of :;
you a' copy blocks.down town on fotr I never Callgrove Silas, .. the Florida Florida
East s
to Coast
ordinances and refer you,
26 city.and 29 for the, 'information In nagrd had presence of,'mind in my life nut Callgrove T. F. Daughters of the Railway 'V : e :V.

) today. Then I realized I should have McRae John ,. D. U. Fletcher, of local Time '
;to sidewalks and curbing. Card No. 61. In Effect 16
I- gone around twenty-six blocks. McRae, W. C. '4 and treasurer September } 1 19C6. fz:-
'" There has been ,no street grading SOlTlltBOUND-READ
"We were. wedged In the middle .of: District Sons of e DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. =
or: sidewalk constructed along south a; row of scat; puring' the first actI Graham Marion .. ;Metropolis. 99 Na 29 ? uNa
side of ''lot. The.'walk on/ west side' was comfortable with the joy of being Gunter, A. T. ., I I Dally Dally STATIOXS. -No. 78 No 9a -

.. of lot is lower:than street_grade and were with her But the second Martin, W. L. ? Frank Cullens I OOpm 9 20am uy..Jacksonville................Ar 72 Daily: 355am Daily : .;'
_ : :1las'5'ooden curb which' is In bad re- Blassingame. C. F, Cullen 7OSpm1P4oam: .. .......,.South Jacksonynle.....,.......Ly 710pm 847am -
> act was not ,so comfortable.. I had the popular I ..... "
Roe, A. L. .. . I 1113axa ; .h..St. Augustine................ 61i1p.n '145am -
r V -::,: .pair.:- my Sunday' boots on. 'They were'N o. Windsor hotel : 1 fi3pm ;. .................. Uastlngs-... ...;........ 5 3pm 649&m -_
Thomas J. E. .. 8 ()
Please find, enclosed 'four photo.graph's 'a )8pm 11 S5am ...........__.Fest Palatka.:......._.. .. i 20pm 6 SOam.833pm
6 hospital in
and size No. 9. Thus : :
was the .. .
6xS.the, largest .that could be my Turner E. R. : 12.00m Ar..a....... ..Plllatka.................; .4' 6 o5am- .t
; ..
obtained.. There is four inch boots ,began to;' gef< very tight.At. District after, an u lOam Lv...................Palatka. ..........-.... .Ai b 45pm 600am _

a wa last 'I had'' to find relief and pushedone Simms, Jas. W. .'.. one of the best i ,..925pm........ ...........; Ar: ............:...8m Mateo.........;....... T b 154m _
Veil main 'on. the east side on :Main .. 615am Lv:..............
off a little. The heavenly chang s District and one of .8an Mateo...,........t..Ar 9 Zipm .... ........ _
f V street and a six inch ,main on. ,wes Moore, J. P. .. In'th'e 9 Wpm 12:3-2J1m Lv:...............?isunuell. .................. 4 i S8&m
V i was so blissful that the other foot hotel P 14pm 12 40pm "..................... upont................... 5Opm Ii 30am -rPm
;< 'pide on Magnolia street. 'There: $ more District I 9 48 113pm ............._.. 423pm
of got 'urg nt. As one cannot lin from Thomasville Ormond .... .......... .. 3 fi Oam)
s main 300 Atwater H. A. 10 Wpm 124pm .........,.... ... Wpm
six inch gas feet east ; ,. Da.ytona. ............... 345pm 4 48a.m
ger on the verge of absolute perfection and joined 10 1:1pm 1 B6pm ...............
V lot Osceola street Cornell M. J. .. .Port Or.a.nge................ w 33:1pm Sam
pn, .and 1035pm 200pm Ar................ .
: I pushed both off until they Gooden Burrell Mrs. Dodge made a \ew Smyma.. ............. 31lipm 4 "
electric lines on street contiguous to 11 loam 4tpm

i -; -.lot. were dangling Then there was nothing Godson, Harry, . in the hotel b 1128am 455pm ... ......... ):....:........: .. 12 ; Ii
1 t in the way of happiness until ticurtain e Hall, Daniel, '. ..: in the ownership of _ll4O&m 500pm .Orange t'lty JunctiC1n..f. ') 45pm Wpm 5 !5 pm1045pm m.

., '' Yours very truly, went down for the last time: Heath E. . .. dd finest hotel in 216pm Li'................!iew Smyma................Ar Z 4 Guam -
: .,* JAMES R. ;MOORHEAD 11 10pm 240pm ..............,... 05pm n
.; ,
." ', f' and the people rose and wanter to Johnson Hamilton,Frank 0. S. .... built in 1901. at a cost 1161pm 316pm Ar.................-Titnsv1lle.Oaltbill......................:........?..Lv" 2,05pm 240pm 8 dam roam

The State Fair go right off. I was trying to get 11 lOam 5 Wpm Art...............:..Sanfoai.................
Wednesday, November 14les s my boots on, I couldn't have got a Jones D. A. . 6 OOpm U 55&m l _.......::......... ..................1Lv. 1165am.I b OOpm 11 6 Wpm loam_ ;Y'
hand in: I Kates W. M. .- Florida War 11 5lpm 316pm ........?......,. .................
than three weeks off-will make the couldn't afford to leave< Lamb, J. M. . a.d following item 12 331am 351pm ........-..........Cocoa...................Lv.Ar 205pm 222am 3 Oun
V opening of the great Florida state the boots and so I took them along Lee, M. L. .. Cotton Plant 104am 3 Mpm ................RockJedge................, .. l,2Opm 12tpm 218&m _
4 .........
22pm .....
-the boots .Eao Glll e................. ii
fair: al Tampa which should be nt on one arm and the girl Meadows, E. R 14th about fifty 113&m' 4 BOpm ". .................Melbourne...:............ 12 7pm 147all1
.., tended by every man woman and on the other." Martin, W. H. . by yankee 248am 156am 5 OOpm .". .................Seb&sUan ................. 12 Il S7pm bam 12 137am A3im
6 .............. .
.SL Lucie....... .. '
Marsh, L. B. .. ,, ..." .
: y ,child In Florida, in a 615pm ................. .. 1061 1 O"
Levy in m .. .
county, .. .........
'' The Price, J. M. .. .. .. a .For Per. :
T.,, The coming fail will be \ comp! attention of our readers is : 8 fpm ..............:.. ........... H 106 1119pm -
ecalled Scarborough W. H. LevyvUle, taking all I......... ... ..
= to hte change of our advertisements S Eden.?......... ....... 10 11 <
and, magnificent in deartment, S .............. ... 13 1pm '
every Stuart M. J. . and horses 4am 64pm ..Jens................... 10 11
in this issue and also to the a ............ Wpm -
K and the Floridian failing to attend L Thompson, l ,W.W. ; .. il fpm ..... .............,...... 10 0 10 Upm -
Major M '
new ones. The merchants of Clyatt, 2 2pm ._.............. ......... ...... r
and acquaint himself with the wonderful our Stroud M. .. .., .. Mrs.Clyatt and 4 4 '14pm ................Wet 8ld ... ............ I I 8 9 Liam 102pm
city appreciate trade and take ... ..... 100pm
resources of Florida will be your four 51 I 1pm ; WetP& :....,,....,. 8 45am
retreat 'in his duty to himself family this means of telling you of any bar Blair, W. H District. .. men from men F.from C, J. I I C 6 85pm 84pm ... ..........................Dlry.Byntn..................._.......". s loam t 8 Olp Om

: and state. The railroads will gains they may have to offer and Brannon, C. L. .. .. and buggy from' 84 94m ...............,.,..,,..ForLauderdl...,.........."' 81 '16pm Im =V :, .
4 also the'arrival Bam -
low rates from all sections and gthe to announce of new Blair Jas. F., '7 947p ? .......... 19am 75pD
IF'ji ? 0 .... .

They took all the 5pm.H&dae. ,.. 7
best accommodations goods which are placed at your dls Belcher W. L. .. 73 1O ..... 0 78p
will be furnished ...... a
** wagons carts and 8 10 3opm Ar................... ...... 8 _
pocal and dam .Miami ... .
inspection. By closely Berry Chas, .. .. ... ...
.at low prices by the hotels '! ........ LTf.................. .Ly 631I 7 fpm
_' boarding houses homes watching the columns''of this paper Cox, M. J. ?. .. .. found and even 1 3 -...... ............ .......... a
residences of A 'com.3ntttee you will learn the names of our business Chace D. W. ,. >, that a poor A..Hom..tLv .. ....... 1 Bm
; large Cox, John H. make a' for Buffet Parlor car, and
:t. of citizens, with a 'paiad'force with ,them men who invite you to deal Carley J. W. ,. chuuren. t Dally except 01 tan. 2 Bet Sleeping clans on tra 9 and 5$. V :- '

i, of men, will look after allTisltora and you,'can rest assured .
Carter Chas
that .. stripped most Bo.23 .0.21 No. 17 : ,
they will treat you
=-?* V upon their arrivaL rightbe A Dyle Richmond, .. d Sunday200pm No. 19DiCy Daily MAYPOBT No. 18 N...20Sondty .
clothing and all BRANCH.
k4.r : 10 2
The amusement feature. willthe who does not care enough] Davenport, W S. them Oil, Except Sunday I Daliy745am

grandest ever seen in the south% for your trade to:ask you to visit his Dillard L. M. .. entirely to loam 9 Oaly I !
and 10pm 900am
Including horse races and the 8 store and who does not inform you Freeman John, clothing. 2 e 1018am1050am 618pm650pm 908am Lv..Jaknve..Ar 12 3opm 5 20pm

ISf 'white city hippodrome. tof the many'bargains he may have, to Freeman, Burt, .. were mounted on 240pm245pm 939am ....Suth. JackslvUe..Lv Siam 1222pm1150am 4 522pm445pm _
7 06aam 60pm
from, 1055&m1110am 656pm710pm 944am1000am ... .. (Bac..m. V.
the .
The.array of attractions to be see offer is hardly worth your patronage. Gild, John .. .. ., citizens SOOpm .. .Attc Bh..i." 700am 1145am
,v' on'the range will this year be a much The progressive merchant, will alwayslet Goodwin, Arthur, .. d, intention' to I V .Mypr. _.....L' P-1130am 420pmAND .

: his customers know of the Gary Henry .. ., east of the > 1=
-higher order than that of last p arrival OCQDBfTAl
> f, Gatland E [ AT
E. C. .., .. their forceVto be
A :.: & 'hundreds of new goods"at' once, and the CNCON HIm
., .oth1gh class.sh6ws} Gardemn, E. C. ... four (..Oose CoaoectiM Made at _
for hundred. Miami l. with "
way our merchants is to dots .
offered. President .Brown has .been'able.to this Gunn Steamships .
7 Fred M. .., .. te 0 S S CmpIT
through the"ciOlumns of escaped : Havana '
this 'and.
V seleet'o ll1 tile;best. The majority pa Hector Jos. H .. Key 1' est- _
.. -., ;of, these ;,shows' have never per which goes .Into almost every Hyde, W. T. .. .... .. that they shot W. W. r SOUTHBOUND h

; s .t been_seen'at: any. ofthe southern alto home In the county. Johnson; John, .. captured him. i L ( .. .T
:;... .1.!: Johnson; Frank, .. able, to hear'of the "1'.WeDeJ..Sta'S.10.I Ar HA ANA..TuaJL..IHOn'. _, : ;

: 'Cured. Afflicted with Sore Eyes for 33 Years. Mote, D. C. ,. ;.," .. Levyville and No. 4 L ... ..... Om LT KEY iYPST.Tlintadaye Mondayi.130po = .V :.
@uintyrSpralni' and Swellings I have been afflicted with sore Morrison John to be hoped, that "ABAVA-.Thu&1.. ,6.S..MLI..daJ.TaJ.. ft 00pm '
.. and. NovemberJ1901,had the quinsy..: ..,My I caught throat cold was eyes years for ago thirty-three I"became-totally years:blind Thirteen an? McCuiiy Robinson",-Robert:-.,:-. ;, ." ; in .captUring, the Additional Sa Ing5 between Key West and Havana -:' -

"_ ; .., swollen so I' could hardly breathe I was blind for,, six years; My ;eyes Ricker, E. L. .. LvBYWBST..YondaysFtdaya.:8abpm': I '''LvEA1'ANA..Taeadiya.Ssturdaya.2200a'l r ry.
V s V applied Chamberlain's.Pain BalmaJ ._ were badly. Inflamed. One'of Smoak. W. & :. hay, is,being h rVe ABVA..Tea1' Sewtdsya. { 6 Zoom ArggYWBST.Tae d&yt,8atardtyi. a 30pm l
it me relief in,a:short'time."In "V V
} gx,1-' two; gave'days; ,J.. was all:right says' Mrs. ing my Chamberlain's neighbors insisted Salve upon m try.' Stmmgas, Jahn; .. xthla fall than ,for ': 'Tru DlKharge P : 8eggers at, Shfr'j Side. No Traasfer. 1.
[. ,' and gave ne Simpson;-JohnF. sad it is =
-'V V .L Coua1ns. 'Otterbum Mich. ,Cham- half H as 'TbTlm eAo -
;; a box
of'it. rimy
V To'.D1T surprise It Simpson T1 tt wWditr In may be expected to wrtTe nt and de ;
Henry .
I a lerl ttt's Pain Balm is a;liniment andy healed my eyes and d.:fro m the..west, ,f tel *but ter arrival of departure at the times Rated
sight =
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,-, a;,( ...BIG 'PATATO'" ; 'CROPS.l1as \., :: INGS AT LEE'SS'U'RG.. NOTICE OF <'MASTER'S" SALE. : -'NOTICED- ..' Y .r
i OF

.'.. -=". In fi' .Parsers' Will' Plant Over T 'Ocala Banner.. Notice 'Is hereby given that under In the Circuit Court-of the Fifth Ju AND PROPOSED- -CHARTER'OF >

:1 .. '3>50' ACr s.'li. Ice Plant has been and by virtue:of a certain final decreein dicial Circuit of Florida In anQ'for CENTRAL AMERICAN NAVAL

:-. Yates ,Clark, of Chicago, chancery entered by the Hon. W Marion County-In 'Chancery STORES COM PAN' .
S.. BUllock, judge of the circuit courtof '
f.', 6 Reports from ,'Hastings 'are' to .the repair and put in new ma I The undersigned intending and
the fifth judicial circuit of Floridaof prr
:: .'' .that the farmers are now all and put the plant In first the state .of Florida, in a certain A. posing to organize a corporation QX --

_ 1S, preparing .the:. ground for pota- The owner has al-- cause, lately pending in the circuit Townsend.P. Stuckey.G. D.Complainant, vs, F. der the general laws of the state ot .-
'. Townsend T A.
ea This season, the acreage will charge. court, of Marion county, Florida Mathews, Albertt S. Florida relating to the organization : -_

:T. Abe larger iiiah, ever and.itjs estimatJed.'that << M., Killburne, of Florence, wherein, thecity' of Ocala .}Vas .complainant Johnson-Sam R. Johnso Johnson Olher May Fort, of corporations and the Acts of the -

': 'between 300. and '500, acre9 purchased a 'very fine or and' 'Chas. W. 'Torrer and Line Legislature of the State of Florida

.. ; ; others were Johnson, Flower Johnson, Lena amendatory thereof, hereby make and
yhaye.'been, added lo. the area for cul- grapefruit at Sum- defendants, on October
f grove 11 1906 I B. Dickson, .Eupheme Fort E publish the following articles of Incorporation '
.,w: "'...'Uvation,' Last, year about 3,000 acres He has moved on his new will on the first Mondayin and "
December to-wit A. Norris, John A. Dickson John proposed charter;
l w'ere- planted and this it wills ;
; z, ?year and will make his home i I.
.i. knot fall much short of 3,500 ; December 3, A. D., 1906, Bowen Ira Bowen Barney JIcEl- r $
:. acres.Quite The name* of the
..., between the legal hours of.sale, offer corporation aha
number, of farmers have extended will arrive in. Leesburg for: sail, and sell to, the highest reath, Dora I, McElreath Irid D.Kaox. be,

.. &'1 s the area of-their' 'grounds. and from, Atlantic City, N.- J. and best bidder for. cash, before the Dora Knox, Henry J. Power, Lala CENTRAL AMERICAN NAVAfc
i' ; Iseveral. new farms have been 'opened. new manager of the Lake court house door .in Marion county, Power, Ruth Power, James 1.. Me- STORES COMPANY

c ,During the sum'merconsiderable land i and will open it the- first Florida, the-following described lands, Mullen Marie McMullen .lev! Black and the principal place of business
shall be in the city of Ocala Marion
astcleared for cultvationbutmore lying, being and situate in the city
'Would 'been clearedthe of Ocala, county" Marion, state of Man. George W. Means, Caleb J, county Florida, with offices! in the
3 S ton- presents a fine ap- Florida,' to-wit: Baukn-ght, R. C. Smith and John V. city of New York In the State of .'J

ditions been more favorable.' : having been renovated from South half of block bounded south Martson. New York and at Caratasca Lagoon .

In addition to potatoes ,the farmers : celler, arid Leesburg can In the Republic of Honduras.
by South Seventh (7th) street and Order for Constructive Service. -51
of.. Hastings will engage In general ;a first class hotel. east by Lime street; Seminary lots, It Is ordered that the II.
H ;, farming and already there are many Ocala, Marion county Florida, herein named to-wit: T. A. The general nature of the business
diversified crops n.the ground..Strawberries proprietor of the Dunn- or so much thereof as may ,be sufficient -. to be transacted shall be the busier

,will form one of .tn e, most Bakery, ,Is now prepar to realize the taxes, assess E. A. Norris John A. Dickson John a naval' stores operator, with pow. '

,t, profitable pursuits at. Hastings and bread, pies 'and cakes on ments, penalty costs of court and Bowen, Ira Bowen Barney McElreath. er and authority to acquire by purchase

'while this luscious fruit Jim be .. Give me a trail. x solicitor's fee provided for in said Dora I. McElreath, Irid D. Knox or otherwise. and to sell and

grown on, a .small scale this*' season, : Agatheridan final decree. Dora Knox, Henry J. power, LuJa Pow.er rights encumber naval, lands stores, timber, Umber
Society. H. M. HAMPTON privileges and
.It' will; undoubtedly, in. the_ course of Society held its 1-2 Special, Master in Chancery., Albert Power, Ruth. Power James ether! property necessary for the carrying

?; year, or-two become a leading prod. meeting Friday afternoon L. McMullen Marie MeMull Len on of a naval stores basinet,

.uct, of the place. About. twenty-five Blackman, George W. Means, Caleb and with power and authority to lease, "

t 'acres are' devoted, to berries now,'and NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. J. Bauknight, E. C. Smith and John own and operate tram roads, steamboats
of preceeding meet- W Marston, be and they are hereby steamships
so the indications that sailing vessel
far are per read and tb> Notice is hereby given, that under to .
approved required appear to the bill of complainant and other water craft
: .acre the prints will be greater. than interesting hav and by virtue of a certain final decreein in this before5th *
a program, cause on or and use wharfs and other
,then potatoes will yield. Lowell chancery entered by the Hon. W. day of November isufi. facilities
subject, was ren- necessary for skipping
merchandise -
Poultry raising is another lucrative S. Bullock, judge of the circuit cOurtof It is further ordered that a copy of and naval stores products -

i Lc business at Hastings, several farms -. .. .' .Society.. the fifth judicial circuit of Floridaof this order be published once a weak and the carrying on of all business -
:there from ? the state of Florida, in a certain for eight consecutive weeks
having 1.00'to in the
1,000 head Lowell's Life incident to a naval stores business "
of chickens. Cattle and hogs also cause lately pending in.the, circuit Ocala Banner, a newspaper publish. and not inconsistent with the laws
.. .. Adele Bittinger. court: of Marion county, Florida, ed in said and .
county state. .
contribute of the state of Florida.
; largely to the wealth of
.- . Caroline Pasteur. wherein of Ocala E.
the city was complainant This 4th day of September 1906.seal III.

the farmers 'there. BIgelow Papers .. and Acme Brewing Co., ( ) S. T. SISTRUNK. The amount of capital stock authorized .

v Last year the potato crop brought . . LucUe Moore. were defendants on October 11, 1906, Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County, Is the aim of One Million
:into Hastings nearly half a million I will on the first Monday in December Fla. 9.7 .
.. Margaret Anderson. Dollars which will be divided Into
J ':dollars, and the next crop, if conditions of Sir Launfal, 1906, to-wit: By George Leitner, D. C. One Thousand Share of the par value

are favorable; will exceed the December 3; A. D., 1906 Hocker &: DuvaLComplainant's of one thousand dollars each which
?. . .. Lou McKinney. between the hours of sale of ;
., ,figure mentioned by a handsome mar. Estimate of legal Solicitors. said stock shall be fully paid and non. -:
fer for sale, and sell to the highestand
gin. The has been assessable and shall be
acreage in
steadily paid by
.. Janet Weathers. best bidder for cash, before the NOTICE
;'increasing and the Hastings section .. .. Hugo McIntosh. court house ,door In Marion county conveyance to the said corporation.
of the
naval business
stores being
:now stretches over a large territory with quotations from Low- Florida, the following described lands, In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial carried now

'' .In. time all ,of the fertile land In that lying[ being and situate in the city Circuit of Florida in and on and operated In the
Y of
Republic by H L, Anderson
section will be under and of Ocala of Marion state of for Marion
Cultivation > county County-In Chan
Resolved, that the propos and John S. Blrdsey, as copartners
values of land will advance Florida, to-wit:
for of the cery. situated at Birdseys Point '
accrordingly.1Splendid opportunities the draining Ev- All of lot three of S., J. Green's 'Ad r {
Caratasca Lagoon, to the Departmentof
Y /now offered for investment in : be adopted. dition to the city of Ocala, Marion Andross Williams Complainant, TS. Mosquitia, la said Republic of Honduras
Wilbur Cleveland, Mar- county, Florida, or so much Esther
farming land in this county as prices Williams Defendant and all the property and effects -
"w ; Negative, Clarence Meflert, thereof as may be sufficient Order for Constructive Service. of said
\ low.
.are_ yet very .. to realize the taxes, assessments It Is ordered that the defendant
I Birdaey now being used at and
Y I Frances Chambers, Ja penalty, costs of court andsol1cltor's herein named, to-wit: Esther Williams said natal stores location, and upon all

and Genevieve Smith, fee provided for in said ; be and she is hereby required property owned and held by said An.
Made Happy for Life. final decree. to appear to the bill of complaint in
favor of the negative demon and said Birdsey as copartners -
Great happiness came into the H. M. HAMPTON, this cause on or before situated in Marion Florida
The Editor. county,
= home of S. C. Blair school suPerintendent 11-2 Special Master in Chancery Monday, the 5th day of Nov. 1*ue. and also by conveyance to the

at S.. Aioans, W. Va., when the day for the election It is further ordered that a copy of said corporation of a certain concession ='

4 his little daughter was restored from the following were elect NOTICE. this order be published once a week and contract entered Into on

'the dreadful complaint he names.' He for eight consecutive weeks in the
the 11th day of November A D. 1995,
_;;' .'says: "My little ,daugnter had St. Vitus' Mary Burford; vice-pres- I wish to state to the public that 'Ocala Banner, a newspaper published between the Republic of Honduras .

3 Dance whic. yielded to no treat Atkinson; secretary, the list of qualified voters as given in in said county and state. _
and John S.
all of
ment ,p ut grew steadily until This 4th of Birdsey, the _
day September. 190$.
; seargeant atarms., the Ocala Star and Ocala Banner
I. rights and privileges to
conveyed the
;, t last '
a we tried Electric Bitters (seal) S. T. SISTRUNK
4 Ralph Robinson contains many errors and that I will said Birdsey thereunder
r to
; and I rejoice to say three bot Clerk Circuit Court Marion subject
not stand by the list as so published.
,'K tIes effected a complete cure." Quick. report, there being no Fla. an indebtedness to said H. L. Ander

:. .sure cure for nerVous complaints general the society atjourn- J. D. FERGUSON, .By George Leltner D. C. son of Thirty-fire! Thousand Dollars
Supervisor of Registration.
due and to become due before
-r : debility female weaknesses, impoverished November-, 1906. Edwin Spencer, 9-7
blood and malaria.. Guaranteed DANIEL CAPPLEMAN, Complainant's Solicitor. first annual election of officers provided

by Tydings & Co., druggists.m. Secretary. Registered VotersCorrections.The for berets, the Just valuation of

'. 'Price 50 cents. following names were publish. Administrator's Notice of Final Oil- which! said property is hereby fixed --

I"i' ed last week 'in Blitchton precinct, charge. by the corporators at the amount
A Year of Blood. -
-- No. 20, when they should have been of the said capital stock. :'
of 1903 will be
long re-
-' Dunnellon precinct No. 24: Notice is ttreby given that on the IV.
in the home of F. N. Tacket '
Moody, J. S., w;. Mixon, John, w; 6th day of November A. D4 190. Un The term for which this corporation

Ky., as a year of blood; Maloy, W., w; Myers, W. M., w; Mc- undersigned administrator of the es> shall exist i* fifty years. .
so copiously from }.Ir. stae of John W. Randall deceased will 1 I {
Fig., Credie, F. W., w; Mclllvaine, W. T., V.
lungs that death seemed very w; McQueen, A. B., w; McQuaig, W., present to the Hon. Joseph Bell County The business of the company shall

writes; "Severe bleeding A., w; McGahagin, Geo: w:: MCDon- his final Judge atounts of Marion and make courty final Florida settlt-, be conducted by the following officers!

lungs and a frightful door cough when aid, N. M., w; 'Mclver, Chas. w; tlement and apply for his final dis: to-wit: a President a- Vice-President,

: me at'death's North, T. K., w; Newkirk, George, w; charge as administrator of the said i and Secretary and Treasurer. which .

taking Dr. King's New Dis Niblack S. M., w; Neville, G. W., w; estate. P. T. RANDALL. last named ofifce may be combined --
consumption, with the as Administrator of Estate of John W, and held
Ohnmacht J. M., w. by one person, and said officers =t
result that after taking R. A. Ellison's name was omitted Randall Deceased shall be elected at the annual : '

I was completely restored from Anthony precinct No. 17, and Ocala Fix, May 3. 1)01 5-4-'m meeting of the corporation to be held- -=-

y time has proved completely H. W. Long's name was omitted I on the fourth Tuesday in December of

for sore lungs, from Martel precinct No. 30. NOTICE. each year from and after this data and

colds at Tydings & Co.'s the officers who are to conduct the
Price 50 cents and $1.00 In the Circuit Court In and For Mar
To business of the
fi' the People o SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. ion County Florida. corporation until
Trial bottle free. mMASTER'S *
In Re Estate of A. C. Johnson. there elected at the first annual ,

Under and by virtue of a' final de- Notice 1s hereby given that on the election shall be qualified shall be

f rounding SALE. decree.entered on the 31st day of October 5th day of December A. D. 1S66. as follows; H. L. Anderson, President

the undersigned administrator of the John S. Birdsty, VIce-President.
A. D. 1906 by the Hon. W. S.
and by virtue of a final de estate of A. C. Johnson deceased will and H. M. Hampton Secretary and =
of'"the circuit court' of
We take this Oct. 11, 1906,. in, the Bullock judge present my final return accounts and Treasurer-
the fifth circuit of Florida
Marion county Florida,, judicial vouchers and apply for final discharge
in and for Marion county in chancery as administrator of said estita.F. VI.
: that we have : wherein Thos M. Wal. sitting, in' the suit of L. L. Hopkins, M. TOWNSEND The highest amount of Indebted
and Annie Lee
; complainant vs. S. A. Nichols 'and Administrator of the Estate of A. C. ness and liability to which the cor-

and her husband are: Isaac N. Nichols, defendants, therein Johnson deceased. ( 1 Ire poratlon can at any time subject !t.self *

5: : s the undersigned special]i lately pending the undersigned Martin. May 2Sth, .'01. ts one half of the amount of 1U
will on special master therein appointed tfi capital stock.

the 3rd day of Dec. 1906, execute said decree, will on NOTICENotice VII.
CLOTHING The names and residences of the
: the legal hours of sale, in Monday, the third day of December -
the court house door in the 1906 is hereby given that there subscribers ty> this corporation are
k4 sell to the highest bid, In front .of the court house door in will be a meeting of the stockholders as follows: j

; GENTS cash, the following describ. Ocala Florida, offer for sale, and will of the McGehee Lumber company a H. L. Anderson Ocala Florida. =:}

to-wit: An undivided one sell during the legal hours of sale, corporation under: the laws of the H. M. Hamption Ocala Fierida.

in the north half ol f for cash to the highest bidder the state of Florida, in its-offices' in Marion Joseph J. Fort. Ocala Florida -

quarter northeast quartet mortgaged premises and property county, Florida ,at ten o'clock a.m. The capital stock of this corporation

: quarter, and south' therein mentioned, to-wil Lots one, ., on the has been subscribed as follows:

of southwest quarter ol two and three of block one hundred 5th day of November A. D. 1905, H. L. Anderson. . 748 Shares

17 township 15 south, to determine whether the charter of John S. Birdsey, .250 Shares -
'r fi and six, in the town of Belleview, 'as H .M. .
Hampton 1 Share.
and said corporation shall be named
j To' satisfy said decree I recorded and plat of same in the so
per Joseph J. Fort, . 1 Share
as liability
permit an
clerk's office of Marion county Florida
in the Commercial Witness our hands and seals this w..
W. W. C i ATT, with all the tenements and appurtenances of three hundred thousand dol
the 11th
Special Master. lars. day of October. A. D. 1906. _
thereuntp' belonging; so (seal) McGEHEE LUMBER CO. H. L. ANDERSON. (seal)
Magnolia be to
street much thereof as xoay necessary
JL M. HAMPTON, (seal)
Legal Notices. satisfy said decree and costs. By C. J. McGeheee. =sg<
i 10-5-41 President.
Is being made by pub- T. a BIGGS,
; store and State of Florida, x
new for tax deed to issue on D$- 11-2 Special Master in Chancery. County of Marion,

1, 1906 to lands in section NOTICE Personally appeared before me the -

will :give you 15* range 22; section GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SETTLE Notice is hereby--given that there undersigned authority H. L. ANDERSON -

r+ '15, range 23;, section 15, MENT' AND FINAL DISCHARGE, will be a meeting and"election of the H. M. HAMPTON and JOSEPHJ .
above FORT, each of whom Is well knownto
ones. 15, range 23; section 16, stockholders of the McGehee Lumber '
... 16 23 section 1, Is that the me to be one of the parties described .
range ; Notice hereby given on company. a ,corporation under' the '
,. 17, range 23; assessed in 27th day of December A. D, 1906. laws of the ,state of Florida held in in and who executed the foregoing ; f
articles of
r '. of T. W. Moore Henning at the court house in Marion county, its offices in Marion county Florida, proposed charter, and incorporation each acknowledged and -

Improvement Co. A. E. Florida, the under signed as guardian on the
the execution thereof for the '
C. J. Hecksina. C. Og- for' the minors. Katie Mai McIntyre, 5th: day of Noyember, A. D. 1906, uses and purposes therein set forth -
and Hellen McIntyre, wi. present my at ten o'clock a. m.. to. determine
Fox and Parties Unknown. and expressed. -
and vouchers to the Hon.; : '
accounts whether the capital stock of said corporation .
3 'Mr. A. M. : Joseph Bell, county judge in and for shall be increased to one Given under my hand and seal of
office this the 11th day of October
:J I : BEANS Marion county and make my final hundred thousand? dollars. ,
ly Proprietor A. D.. 1906.
., settlement and apply for final discharge (seal) McGEHEE LUMBER CO.
Green Pod Varieties of the said minors (County Judge Seal) ,
Shoe Store in .grown as guardian 154t'By( C. J. McGehee JOSEPH BELL .
and shipped by from the taid court President

R ,";. Block, has Dated June 19th '190S. County Judge. Marion County,; -
g C: Morrill.Cedar
I > now,has eha ? : Springs- Mich. As guardian of Katie-- Mai-- "and Helen NOTICE LETTERS OF APPLICATION PATENT. FOR .

: McIntyre, Minors. fi-22-6m Notice is hereby given that Robt -
( Department [1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Daily and'all others concern.
Valentine Green Pod )* the 12th of
on day November, A. D.,
:. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF ed that the personal property of the
to '
see i
,, ... Prices'right" on other -Va-f AND DIS- 1906 the undersigned will apply to
SETTLEMENT said has been attachedto
n AU seeds offered are"of FINAL [the Governor of.the State of Florida ; sat
: customers in CHARGE.Notice satisfy claim of Dr. H. W. Henry
1906. t his office in the,in the City of Tallahassee --
-: jr. for the of and cost of
sum $15.00 .
tg & in the State of Florida, for
; .
1 > is hereby, given that' on the suit; nonf unless the said Robt
letters patent the foregoing
proposed ; ,
:' :' J CARROLL 8th day of May, A. D., 1907, Dally, enter4: his appearance at charter.upon, .,' ==
; :. .
ax' t r- ''." ,... .. the -:;undersigned will! presenthl3 my.,office; ,Jn!: ;;Lake Weir- Fla- on or t H L. ANDERSON; -
,,!$ I ," !:., -.', 1i.w- ---'DEALER )IN ;O<" >- final"attOmlts an d"voiiehera to Joseph, before the J H. M. HAMPTON, '""

."' Bell. county judge. Marion county; 5th day of November, 1906. 10-12-51 JOSEPH J. FORT.
: '- ''' '. -' FRUITS VEGETABLES Florida at his office at Ocala, and. judgment will be. given against him
.- make final settlement and apply for by 'default and' said property sold to 1 '

&c. final discharge as administrator of satisfy said claim 'Ci!
estate of J. Porter Smith deceased* Given under, my ;hand and official 'Ejfitatin fcy lallJo.

US'v ( [ moved to North Magnolia November;;.;,2, 1906. ) seaal this the 20,. day of Sept, 1306. ,
2 ) IISUlPll { the Seaboard T.-'N. SMITu" (seal) C ,J. SMITH J. P Ii, lxfseDaw o mreslaa .
near Depot, ot"the' Estate of 3. Vi iHoalJ'......ra.d t.atoms -
As Administrator 9-2f-5t 9th District. Marion Co.. Flan.. ,
; -.' he will be pleased to see : : uYhm+N 4 Orw.aarr,
I"f", Smith Deceased 11.2-,6IP JUiiJtIDdIId-.1iiItm7J
: : ,
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mdeo oaa4eaetre .
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.14fat/: ,:this :morning. Issued: = -J

'fie annual Thanksgiving proclama.tI ..E ;: ; ; >l:* % ; :
; .Thare'day, :November '
:itten, setting, .. 'C '
r 2 '. 'a.s',the: date .. ,' ," '. :> : : : 4'S .': c. ,
'it;reads :as 'follows: :'' .. .' ..;:". ,0 ,
:f : The'time.pt: year.. hascome, when, ::-'-:-, :- 4' -. .
f. in accordance with: the wise custom ",, .': '
: ('our forefathers,. It becomes, my. : ;' . .-. ., .-- .., '. ,. .", ,

'.' duty-to set.aside,, : a special day for .. '
.: J1r" x' ,,", ,#thanksgiving and praise to; the Al; 11II .
:;W' might:because, of, the blessings we .. v. : : : ,
', taye ;received, and, of prayer that 11II i, Jf :, <

.,- '- 4 lhese.blessings'' may be continued."Yet .. --., ,,..' 18_ .
11II "
another year of widespread {r,,'
) 'yellbeb1g ,has .past. :. Never ,before.In. :
-.t.\- our: history or in the history .of' any ..
ti-i? other nation,.- ban a, people enjoyed Candy HCandy
,\ 4 F more .unbounded material prosperity 11II I f ; ":, :
., .:
.. ...
so great .
than is ours; a prosperity : !> .
_t ( that it;would arouse'lnus no spirit of .', ......

.' rp reckless disregard' of our respbnsibl- ... .. ; -..
;, .' '. __- ,
: ; -
lilies; but rather ;a. sober: .sense"o : : 4 '

; our 'many blessings, ; Sand a, resolute "" .. .... .
purpose, 'under, Providence not to .
r forfeit them by, any. action ot our .t t A Full and Complete Li.neof. ; ::

Y own. ; ', TI ___
? .
: "Material well being indespensablethough. '. .-
;it' is, can never' be anything '- .
tut 'foundation bf true national 4'V All Kindsf Candiesv
the ; ; ; ; : ', .. ::
., greatness,,and happiness.; If,we*build : ;-L'.<' .. -.' ..f', : I ., J. ,'" ...
: Nothing ''upon this; foundation, then 11II !'.';; ",, ;; .....
p' ournatlonal: life ;would: be as meaningless ,, > .... :; .

e ;and empty :as, a..house where 11II '0 .. : .-..-...-. Y
:only the ;foundation'has been laid. 11II "'. : ..' -
;' -
s r V ,Upon 'bur- material well being 11II ...t. ''.: { ..... .: ..-..
: ,' built of ': Y< ',". -
must be" asuperstructure. 4'.. .. -
: '"
Jndlvldual ;rand national. life lived in : r,".j" f '.''.: _.
_ 4 with the laws'of thehigh- ," --
,_ accordance till :. .?1 :; : ..-.
= f est'mo'ralityi; or' "else our prosperity .

'itself will In the long run turn out 11II. T: ; Goods full tubs broken
F a: 'curse instead .of a blessing. We .. Penny count
should both' be reverently .thankfuljtorwhat1 y.

f we have received, and ear- : -". ...
turning it Into '" ....
:.iestly bent upon: a .
err means? :'of :grace and, not of destruc- .... ; Y

ilpn. ., .. ,) stick pails bon bons and mixtures and .

'k, "Acocfdingly. .T, hereby set apart ... .. I

.Thucid Cthe29th day November, .. *. ........
", next, as a': day .of 'thanksgiving and .. .....

: V shall supplication meet In,:onwhich their homes the churches people Goods in boxes chocolates f
packages. fancy
deyontly acknowledge 'all that has : :
:. been given them, .and to pray that E t : ,
; :\ the;:' 'may :in addition,' jeecive ,the V :

( :power. to use: these gifts aright., .--
{"liL, ,witness' whereof,. .1 have here -
_ '' unto set my' hand and caused the ,, ', etc. Send us' your orders; can :: s

seal of the United States to be af* : : _
!fiied. ---
_ ; -"Done, at the city of Washington : '
: ,this}:22n'd ;day:of"'October In the, year

w d, < ,'of: our'I.ord;: "one. th usand'' 1ne' hun- [ -y give u fine selection We also handle I
.Bred and:sis and.of the independence : yo ; .
.-.ofvthd.United. States the one. hundred
>*-* s :and thiftyfirst;.., ,!s. '. '" .' ....
,. f "(sealf) 'THEODORE ROOSEVELT : '

t j VBy-"ELIHU: the 'President ROOT. ;. .-; ; M :', v- : Gibson Tablets and ,Rich's crystalled =: '

;' -"Secretary1. "State." <
VV ; r > ,
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,7: '. "> 3
-:: ,. Henry. Watterson /( Vardeman and : ? ;, --. :" { : :

,V '. the :Fifteenth Amendment. : : V I......
: V
: '.Governor' Vardemanhas said that if ::: V :,; : ginger. V V : ; V ---
,:he gets Into the United States senate : V". : V V V _
; t, ,he wilt try to eliminate the fifteenth .. "- ,
t a tldIl'entrrom: the;'fedaral'constitution .. : c' ; .. :. -:.., :...... -- .'-. .. .. \.....
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But as the V,7P ,
: : probability that he .
f, iwjH){ ,ent r' 'the senate is somewhat .. -', .' ,' : .. : '.::' .' ...: .. -' .>. !.:_','': _: : L- : ": '-: .. -' .. ,-.- : : :. -: '

V i:>' 1. ,rc 2 otN. :and, 'the, probability that ,heurbqld -- '. ....
'= ;be,'supported In. his proposed .: V- V --

T ,effortrso revise, the constitution is. revoter .....

::V ,'" ;'generators; there of,, is that,no document. real reason: to .co'n-for .:. '.- .... .: ....... .:: : : .... ..: .. ,-:-,:'-;".:.:' '. .. :'_. .:..:. ::;' '..:.:......:.:.:..:..:. : _: :' :':.: .:: .:: .. .n'" ., : .. .' : : : ', : ::

-: tribute: ',to :the vulgar1 wealth' of" Mr. .....

\VV'iV .i, crowded..,6ver Rockefeller the the.'V' by.: rdeman murder burning-;::mysteries Interview midnight:off"that oil of ; 'A.B 0 N & BVR0.V

fixz ';the:first pages .of.Chicago"newspapers' -

:a'feW.days ago.MrVardeman '
: !, ,, really" .'a much ..bet.tefj .
:fellow at heart ,than in: print, .
:L .r rv .iaakea Capital, of,, pyrotechnics ,or ". ::
VV'V seeks to-do "soAs': a. memb'er'of the f>d ---
,_ most .dignified, deliberate body '.iD' -\ -.

I Dearth:jwhat;; couiui bet more natural ,, i V --
'than' thathe'should; win fame as its : ,
most, "undignified and impressible c=,.TI' ... ---
irk' "" rr It "
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'member, and, how could he better '; ,. .
-- -
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launch himself on his career than byrlsing .- -" : ..' -. .,..,.
from .. ........ ... ,. .
", his seat von the opening '.. ._ ---
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to.Mck the fifteenth .- ... k. .' ....' ". ",'(. ,' fri ___
_ ,amendment through the skylight'? < .-'''-'; '. .- : ,....i-. i. .' :., {.,....' ,- "" -
.But } .' '. ......
while: the: ; ,north ,is worrying :; : :;
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ri ..about ir; Vardeman's proposed onslaught -,' .J i. '
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... : upon hart.UI. der :which : ., ( .. 'f'' ': ;'this! ; republic has been > >:' ": J
: .operated successfully ;. '
V for SQ, many ,. .. rte'. ". ',:r'. f15ge119Cos. AIb ILtUSA ---___.
; years let us '. f V" w......
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see, .how his attitude affects his ., :. -4,1 t. --till
"home: folks'?. {' if > -. ,: l .t -
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*- The" Jackson Courier [ ." -. '' 4. ----
V -Le ;says; T "' -
e 1MThe""QuestIpn, may be asked, whdidnot ... .. '" '. .: ..tIll .
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..gleton;, : Lamar;; George Hooker;. Sin ;, -- q,- ;. ,- r... ')- .;-;..l f o 'r'r,_1.; .:....-.A.' ... : .u....' -
t ,, Barksdale, _or Whithall make ,' \ '
_ '- an'effort, to,have;the fifteenth 'amend ;. : J' ;." .",.- < :' ,,rk:-t., ,. ::
3, : mktrepealed w)isle. they served their '' .. .. :,; ": / :..oj. J.; "',;....: .." .... .....
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-t. eople In congress? Of course It .: :. ;', :.' I :;-A .. .
; is an CII : N.-" '. "..,', < ..' .--....
?easy matter' to get a two-thirds vote r' 4' 'f "

_ k through both .houses of congress de- \-i\xfqfea! will please you. Try a ;caseanvour '

i iyjng tbe'"negro the right: .to', vote, as : : --" V -> -, ; /% s a -_ ,
both rthe .. ,
senate and house are. about; .
tWQ- b1rds republican, and .republic .
.' next order ::
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cans,,you know,
can. be. deY 2 .. ....
.i pended on to deprive the negro of -: .....
: 'M- his )rights- ,under the constitution. '" .....

i: .Then, no difficulty; whatever should .. .....
:- f'. ,. be;'experienced -in,. getting the legisla: : t.: < ;.. '-" : t. \''B'ff' -'<' ;" :. .-'
'tn es' of three-fourths of the states ::::

i R' -to vote to*ratify the ,action<<; of con- H; : jockey Animal 1 Food .

!. 'sresi amendment_in'rep.eallng. about three-fourtlis the fifteenth of i: g-; ;' -' .I .. : ', :\. _

'; 'the legislatures are .republican and "fit :- ---

:all.of.: 'them will' quite ntaurally vote .-- .ONE CASE CURRY COMBS FREE WITH EACH CASE 'Y :::: > .
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to.disqualify the negro as a voter, to r '' :" < ,', ,:;:,-.s.. "' ',,, '. .. ___ _>
r f -r.iiothlhs6t-'the.ald: that:; the ; '

southern' stat&.whicli'ioted'tor. : par ten*, : <: IC ; t :; ; :; :;' : :::3/

.ker Take'.it; jWould.'glve all. to.them.all the'prospecta; for I .. .- '.1 .r' ,'> .;..;' : -, ,:, .H,; .; .. 'j J. .

repealing- the :fifteenth, amndment ; : : "-' SEND US YOUR; ORDERS > :
p;' ,are\as good aoras, ,ever before,-.con- \, : \ : : : '
'tfderinff 'the'taet"that.'tha constitu ,. : i ;
tion'':has not 'been 33
: amended for
; Jorty, years.7--IxulsTllle-Courier-,,.' ; Jour over- ; -' : !: ;.J-;" ': ,'"" -,-- ';" '_ .::'', ", ...; ..'. ,(.: ,;' ::i;,:.. ,. :. !:'"t, 1f1l ._ _'.;ft ;' \".... .
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