The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
August 10, 1906
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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: Burr. 'i The Confederate Veterans, Marion "

.. : JJ. :. In response to an invitation from I ILne Camp Jfo. 56) met in. Ocala in the I PLANNING. AHEAD. m
: Ocala city council chambers' 6 .
.,> :". boardof trade Railway August 1906.
,. ,, j. Present, George M. Hubbard commander
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: 3. : : Ocala Tuesday morning, and'at 2 ,
; T. D.. Lancaster treasurers D.

1- -ANDPHOTOOREIPHIC-. o'clock Tuesday afternoon -was met in A. Smith I. P. Stevens R. R Carlton When laying ,your plans for the coming busy -

the Elks hall by a number of ship- a C. Priest, J. M. T. Carter Adam x

ii pers, who lodged complaints againstthe I Rou, M. .P.. Frink, J. L. Beck-Robert season, remember that we are here for the good ; .. -

GOODS lack of railroad facilities and the Fort, Wt L. Ditto, J, H. Livingston ",

sr, W. _C. Jeffords, W Kirkpatrick of others as well ourselves.
-- lack of expeditiousness in the hand- i : as 3

t AT THELssT ling of shipments of freight. i E. W McDonald, J. E. Bailey, J. D.

Those who met the commissionerwere Bassett Thad Whitehead and :Frank MUNROE
the following .named gentlemen: Harris. r
OFFICE DRUG STORE T. T. !Munroe president of. the' boardof ,:. Comrade Ditto invoked the divineblessing.

.. trade and stockgrower;' George F. I BANKERS. .
i !" : In the absence of Adjutant E. T. Ocala Fla. 1
Dittmer of the
!$; Buttgenbach Phosphate .
4j:. ; ., to 'C Company; L. S. Light, trucker; ;Williams, Comrade Frank Harris was

.;: ; A. S. Anderson Ocala' Iron Works; i requested to act as adjutant pro tern.

?$. 'j. \ Vice-c mmander L. M. Graham reported : z
'#' '.. William Anderson, Jake Brown, Mar- a
'J'J. ,.!. ". cus Frank, M. Strauss, E. P. Pittman, that he had collected two dollars

",'',''f\.0$, ,.".. J.. J. Gerig, merchants; George Mc- for the monument fund, one dollar
_ f', "\ 4_ from P. T, Randall and one dollar DIRECTORS: rR.
.... ? ; Ii Kean, lumber broker; Frank Drake,
form J. W. Colbert, Comrade
'. phosphate; William Hocker, lawyer; S. Hall George MacKay J. K. ChristianH.

; tlptl09S Carefully' Filled G. T. Maughs, Southern Express, ; E. Whitehead of Kendrick, also contributed A. Ford ZOo G. Chamblisa

:" !{ '" >- B. Duncan. Robert Taylor A. (X L. one dollar towards the moan T. T. Munroe J,. B. Brooks "
-- ---. I I railway; P. C, Pillans, trucker; D. C. ment
.'t';" ll1aS Mr. V. I Smith tracker Center Hill; Ben Ray. C. C. Priest paid fifty
: ABOUT TOWK. M. Secklnger, a name that I "
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cents does.Comrade
fV -' .' -*&& Is closely identified with the Fellowship sor and C. M. Cam, truckers; C. L. In addition to its escellentfac' 'ties this Bank 1

'f' -, ;.if......*,;I'< ** > Bittinger and Frank Harris editors. Livingston. called attention -

si Y'}.'. v.Mrj-and; .Mrs bcala Ausley, of Citra, were Ocala section Tuesday, was a. prominent visitorto The first gentleman formally,. introduced .to the fact 'that the board of- has the advaetage of a competent, capable and good
tj:','* wto
.: Tuesday. county commissioners had invited the

c-i-',.".,,:,-.-"'CP'J-'tl.t': ___: .T. -i i i You'wont forget the "Blue Ribbon instance was where Mr. Dittmer.a wagon He was gave shippedto an Marion Camp, to participate in the Board of Directors and a strong body of Stockholders.

-, Flavor." Ask any lady: that's used him and arrived some time in May ceremonies.of laying the corner stoneof
; the new court house. the date of s
"Il > Blue Ribbon Lemon .or Vanilla It witn some of the wheels and oth
; : there missing The matter to which will announced later in the THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
ih 91r,,.Joha, 'Miller went u; to Mica- is any flavor just" like the- "Blue er parts up ,
Ribbon this time has been unadjusted and i newspapers.
Flavor. .
;:,* .Tuesday to spend several days
: Commander Hubbard requested the
t :h1S sister -. this is merely an illustration of how OF OCALA,

{); .. ,.... --. FOR SALE-Brood.mare, four years ,things are conducted on the division comrades: to keep a lookout for the ---,' ,. ... ,. .'. .. "
7-'",." -llrs;' ,Ernest- Lyles, oft Newberry, Isawlsit old with young colt, or will trade for !of the A. C. L. on which his phosphate date so that as large, a anumber as -- -- -- -- --
,,:"').- :,: to her parents-in-law, Mr; good buggy horse. Apply to L. B. plants are located: possible will be present on the date .

7l....,hire. :J.'W''Lyles: in this city. McKenzie at Ocala Furniture Co. Mr. Dittmer says that he can get named. At the Baptist Church Sunday Night r. i

h : .k. M(, W.. M. 'Baico of Dutton goods quicker from New York than On. motion the camp then adjourned. The Sunday night services at the 1 s

i {Sod Edi L. Wartmann and Mr. W ac from Ocala. That he has great difficulty Baptist church are especially worthyof ,
companied by Misses Hattie and Car.rie ..... INGQX
; ,1.CroSby came down from Citra Tues- in obtaining sufficient .cars and note this week owing to the fact
{: ai Barco, of Cotton Plant spent Monday A Successful Bear Hunt.
iw 'buslnesai. that the'service was particularly for '
and after the
,;:-, ,. in the city and were rarely ever: on time cars s <
: ..... guests at 'are loaded at the mines that he fre- Mr, C. J.. McCraney of Ocklawaha the Ocala Rifles who left Monday for
:; :;Mr, F. L. Rutland, one of Sumter- ,the Montezuma hotel.Mrs. .
quently suffers demurrage because station-and the game warden for the the annual encampment.The .

er: :ttostji prominent ,citizens, spent C. C. Arms left--high :they are so slow in transit and frequently county, was In Ocala Tuesday andwas Rifles, in a body under the .
with last via We Have Now
.8Udai in Stock
Ocala i exhibiting command of Captain Nash,, entered -
:, l-2; the Seaboard for Wekiva Springs at lay for days on the sidetracksat an enormous claw -
: the mines He told of which. was taken from a large bear the church in a body and occupied 1
shipment :
; }Mis8.Le8ie.BUtch from Blitch- ,which ,place she will take charge of I I : Most Complete Line of
;;.'send: 'a 'few days with her cous- i Judge Bullock's splendidly equipped from Aurora, in., to Elliston. Florida, that was killed on Juniper creek last special seats in the front of the .

r 'ri4: ;).iles.Malste. 141'Jltaar -.. I'hotel for the next two months. ,which was shipped to Ellenton Florida Thursday August 2. church They wore their dress uniforms RINGS that Can Be Found : :
.- '..... I' Mr that bear white gloves etc. and
I Ii remained there fourteen months, McCraney says hunting were a

r.:.''' J. T.. Phillips and J, T. i i Mr Green Mathis of 'Irvine former- and when discovered he had to payextra is. the finest! of all sport and said strong and manly looking company.As Anywhere .-

...!Cttliy' represented the Berlin 'seer I i ly of Ocala, was here on Tuesday and 1 freight from Ellenton to Elllis- that the one he participated in .last they entered the church., the song,
his friends Thursday is the finest, on record. That "Onward Christian. Soldiers' was Call and See Them.
tt ( were
., ;,in;:Ocala. Monday, I congratulating him ton.Mr.
; >' ; i' ii'D his splendid appearance.. He is the Dittmer said that the road is the hounds_got on bruin's track in the sung by the choir* composed of

,.t:.< prank' Lytle and family, offjinton picture. of robust health.;: \ 4 conducted on.:entirely unbusinesslike ,early morning and the music of the Messrs. Martinot and Mathews, Mrs..-...,
'j' I I. I methods and that the service is in dogs was heard for fully six hours before E. V..Hood Mrs. R. G.. Blake and Miss
<)n-Lake-WeIr, were yisitingIna .i IEIh
)$'Monday.r.lfrkHr i Messrs. A. P. Baskin Frank Lytle 'every way unsatisfactory. The passenger the king of .the Florida swamps Louise Scott, with Mrs. W. A, .Goin

..', q f.. ., I and S. S. Savage members of the old cars are unattractive* frequent was overtaken. as organist

} C";. 'Morrison, of Ocklawana I populist guard were in Ocala Monday ,ly with no ice water; foul closets, etc. Those who composed the party were .Just beforethe sermon. Miss 'Scott,
ftiU; u E was'..among the welcome vis- We believe they; are conspiringto Commissioner Burr: suggested to C. J., McCraney, game warden for who has an especially sweet and lovely -

:-: tjnrtbpcafa: : .on rule. day make a' big sweep for the Nebraskan Mr. Dittmer that he place his 'statement Marion county C. G. McGorgee, game sorpano voice, sang that beautiful

...'.. I ,In. 1908.Messrs. in the form of a letter to the warden for Lake county 'L. D, Marsh, song, "Face to Face'

:}:.Mt8.. Saas.. Thomas and baby are commissioners and that he will take G. W Marsh and JX McCraney. Rev. C. C. Carroll, the popular pastor '

tiitDg) Mrs.. Thomas' parents, Mr. Mclver & McKay received .I it up with the officials of the road. He Mr. McCraner said that the Juniper of the Baptist church, preached a Fred G. B. Weihe .
-. : ).t lMra':: :. & M;;-Knight in Georgia. I a letter a few days ago from an out- ,said. however, that the commissioners section has numbers of bears and thatif most appropriate sermon to. the sol ; ,

: .:-.j' ;.;;.....;;. of-town customer Inclosing a check have no authority* over inter-state President Roosevelt wants a successful dier boys. He read several chapters The Jeweler. .

., t:tdwardDrake of Archer; spent for the hunt and will communicate but used as his particular text the -
":. payment ofa bill and. added shipments. That he had visited in person
; 7 ... 'and.' Monday'In the.- city, the the following postcript( : "I would'.like i the division spoken of by Mr. Ditt. with him, he will guarantee him all fourth verse of the second chapter of L- J -

A c ;( tl.Sb: ther, Mr, Frank Drake, to visit Ocala if you can get me a mer and corroborated what Mr.; Ditt the sport hes wants .in this line.- Second Timothy: "No man that warreth .-

:permit .from your mayor and, police 'mer: had said about the condition of .- entangleth himself with the affairs The Laying of the Courthouse
Mre. Coriner
'o'- ; w .- Lobrig and Mrs. Jessie I man." the passenger trains. Mrs. Handley's Pupils Give Their of this life that he may please Stone.. '

.-/:' Jcr'aitatid daughter, Ethel have Mr. D. C. Smith of Center Hill, was I Annual' Recital. him who hath chosen him to be a soldier .
\ ':ofjweek&t.t to Pablo.Beach to spend a couple Dr W.J'c. Lindsay, of Ocala,. Fla. is 'next introduced. He said that in his -. '' ." l The. board of county commissioners

',' spending several weeks here and delights Mn: Carroll spoke of the wars ,
., section the people could get no local Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock many at its

tsJ1hesehO .' ,the Presbyterian congregationon 'freight service, and the question of the pupils of Mrs. Handley gave their 01' the nation's history some for right- meeting Monday, Invited the

:-, l board met Monday;; aniehed d Sunday mornings with his able ser living Is getting to be a serious prob annual piano violin, mandolin and enousness sake and others for unrighteousness Ocala board of' trade, the jmayor and

i $ the appointment of white antiered d mons Dr. Lindsay was in Atlanta a lem. That' they only had one local vocal recital ,at Yonge's halL It was sake. He spoke of the city 'council and the Marion-Dunn

;.-- :school teachers for the; next few days this week.) -Pensaeola CoxI :- i freight F south': last week and .nose going not so largely} attended as it should Lord Jesus Christ as. a. soldier and of lodge to. appoint committees to con-

,- 1&8tlCyear., .;i spondence f in Atlanta Journal. the soldiers enlisted under his ban fer with the board of
of county
,*v.r- I north. He complained also :, the have been. but thee recital was a very commis-

,4It.Ed: Hes er'and Mr Arthurol ( I Mrs. Beatrice Marean of Florida's length, of time it took to get carload beautiful one. net.. In a few earnest and impressive sioners in fixing the date and making n
< ,. one
,;- & ;' Dunnellon. Mon lots of truck to New York Sometimes Mrs. Handley Is a very talented words he drew some splendid. lessons other arrangements for the laying of
left for i I
ay most talented novelists has
'. They the shipments are as long as and accomplished musician and the from the verses,he had read and gave I the corner stone of Marion's new
C. will
>e gone to her home in Ocala after a I '
$F-w.. SeptemberS 1.. eight days on the way playing of her .pupils demonstrated to the Rifles some very wholesomeand court house.
delightful outing at .the coast sea
.. Pi. ', v I Commissioner Burr said that the the fact that she is a very' fine. in excellent advice. The Marion-Dunn lodge will make
shore. Her next story will doubtlesstell "
.jtf '..Wllliam: Sinclair law now holds Initial lines responsible structor. Mr. Carroll is a splendid preacher; all the necessary arrangements for
;: aprominent what the wild
us waves
were sayIng. -
n..g Citzen, of' Mobile Ala., former* .-Times-Union Short Talks for the safe delivery, of goods and The class includes' Miss Lillie Bailey and his sermon on Sunday night was entertaining the visiting Masons.Mr .

trL;Mathis, city. is hereon a yisit to I this being the case, he believes in future Miss Josephine Bullock, Miss one of great benefit S. A. Rawls, a committee at one

-:: mother Ms I the transit of truck and other Beth Liddell, Misses Daisy After the sermon, Mr. Victor Mar- from the board of trade, was before
Sinclair for i
.. '''' Mrs. M. S, Rice, of Jacksonville, is the
"; a;*brt: .while. iM' I goods will be more speedy,. Paul Weathers, Charlie Fishel and tinot a member of the hospital corpsof board of county commissioners at
in the city, the guest of the Glenwood
.:. : will All the complaints were along the Arthur Handley,. and their renditionof the Florida State Troops sang a this meeting-and requested that' the
of which she shortly b
r; Messrs, Swam and StriPlixtg have lines above noted, and a deal of con the beautiful pieces selected for bass solo. He was In excellent voice entertainment of all visitors to Ocala
:.i+emaking one of the proprietors. Mesdames and his singing was very greatly en on that occasion be left
: : an automobile tour versation ensued. the "annual recital was thoroughly enjoyed entirely to
> Barnes 'and Rice intend
:: Uf4 the county, and a* far int'Dtia.county of making a The meeting seems to have resulted by the parents and friends of joyed. the board of trade and made a per.8'l1al
improvements the
: as 'Micanop They in the commissioner advising aUwho the young people.. guarantee that all would be pro-
: ceede in selling a .qu ntity of Glenwood, and propose to.make it one have complaints to make themin Those attending Mrs.. Handles recital A Noted Floridian Dies. '!ded for His proposition was accept-

:',rit,< .J hL,5Z4, other goods., of the most up-to-date hostelries In the form of letters -and the same were Indeed the recipients of a Major George R. Fairbanks, one eJ with a vote of thanks.

t Y t ___ the state. will have the attention of the com musical treat.Reunion of the most noted men in Florida, Among other business transactedby
ur Yocum Gary Is tke name : the bow was the approval of the
missioners and will be brought before
Rev. Goin (colored) and his wife ;
has 801"of; died at midnight Thursday. August:
(been tax collector's
given to the Mr. the railroad officials and he .thinks of the Perkins Family. double assessment and''
Sarah A, Goin, have just sold their
a Mr!;' William Theodore 2nd at Sewannee Tenn.. in the 86th insolvent1st..
J : Gkry. the known the that some relief will be obtained. The Perkins are one of the pioneer _
: fWLfellow. being named for his un- property, as Mulberry families of this county. The mother year of his age. j A great deal of ether: routine work = ,
; :: ndf then: place, in the second ward, near the born in Watt
Major was
and grea -.grand.t'thef reached her eightieth Fairbanks was accomplished.- -
Caroline Huber Dead. has now year ,
freight! depot. to Mr. J. J. Tillis. of
\' Tuesday erfowm N Y.. July 5"tb 1820. He
; fer what Caroline Elizabeth Hubert the two- and her birthday was
Del and they regard as a law Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and {
came .to Florida in 1842; read
mm of her children
JTh> friends' of Mr. J, M, Gat s, who very handsome price and are feelingvery year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs. C, ,by a thirty or and was admitted to.the bar. He acted Diarrhoea Remedy, Better :5

{ "! ;t1 been m for a long time wethted re much plated over their bargain. J. Huber, died, early Sunday ..morningat grandcnildren reunion, numbering took, place on as clerk of the United States District Than Three Doctors.

to see 'him on the, streets These estimable: colored people still the home of her parents, 515 Ross more. The court and In territorial times .
the of Mr. John
1Sanday retain their place the Marion house. Scrub lake at home Three years ago :we had three doctors
,, and hope be, will teadil y avenue, turner Pine street The little was secretary of the Florida senate. -

;, t'oveiealth;.. girl died after an illness of two weeks Perkins The dinner was a magnifi- At the outbreak of the civil war he with our little boy and every

';$1-.4,> ;.:, ulA The edita of this paper received a with pneumonia. cent one. and .the reunion was In all the 'Confederate forces ,and thing that they could do seemed in :,

Pry ..'Barnes jostal card yesterday from Gen, Albert respects as enjoyable as it will be joined vain At last, whe} all hope seemed
a'prominei t ,phos The funeral took place at 10 a. m. made a good record. After the war
W. Gilehrist of Punta Gorda memorable.. )Irs.. Perkins ..isa very
: ;operator ; to' be gone we began using Chamber-
of :Dunnellon', was inname Monday from the residence, conduct"ed Tenn. and was
he went to Sewannee, ,
.. who is being prominently mentioned fine woman, and her friends hope lain's Colts Cholera
.. 5Ionday and Diarrhoea
and entered h :i by Rev. Porter of St James Epis; largely instrumental In establishingthe
as Florida's next governor. The card that she will Jive to celebrate a number
"JJ t4 Remedy In
< Qca1a and. 'a few hours he beganto
'. list of f subBanned copal church. Services_were held at University pf the South. He wasa *
..::JJrib ,was mailed in the great city of Rome, of other birthdays. improve. Today be is as healthy
;; made in' a
; Gilehrist the residence. Interment was splendid type of man and few menwere
; and Mr, said that before re- child --
''' as parents could wish for
Woodlawn. cemetery by E. E. Cone & Summerfield.Guests.. more loved and venerated anhismemory d y

i ";'P.-,St ckey. pfGataesyille ;/: ia, ph : turning In America he will visit' othe, Co.., O M Sonar dir cting.-fampa Mr. and )Irs., L. B. Branch of Sum will :remain green la ths Mrs. B. J.. Johnston Linton Miss.
places, Italy and then $avari
'. For sale by all druggists. *
-' ;ahq &; uhf _rai Switzerland, Holland, Belgiumjrance, Tribune. merfield are spending this week as hearts of Florida people. He was the ..... H
.; J,'ong: of the 'mofct widely Mr and Mrs Huber formerly made the guests of M.r.: and -Mrs. J.T. War. author of Fairbanks History of Florida
England.ana Scotland! He is
having a B"RICK
;;men" r 1.. FforJda.wJs 'at the their home In this city. 'and ..theirfriends ten, i604.Tampa streets Mr, and Mrs. which is recognized as a standard FOR- SALE-Before placing '
great, time your orders save money and write
)t,!Houk ,Saturday; :iiA StuckeythestockholdJrs here learn with regret of the Branch are among.the most prominent authority. He was also the author us for prices' on our' common sand -
.tten d *'weeVolf .Fatun Hurlburt \ ipers sold, and sat; death of their little girl..and. they have citizens of Marion county. Mrs Of the Antiquities pf St Augustine,, a lime .brick.' Good stock on hand.

'-. "} !f'Dais svtUe,, .8c rail. sfacWon"" by., the, .;, PeV.nHQ, the heartfelt sympathy of theirfriends Branch is daughter of Mr and MrWarrenTampa s, most valuable and popular publication Quick shipments our 'specialty

;r'. 3ifl i.'Tnle: Sun, Drug store. .' \ x in their. bereavement, Tribune, :. .- r \ ._ The'FlorJda'Wh1te pressed Brick Co.,
Jacksonville Florida.
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< ,' ; :Ar' ,CJTRA. IN THE 'GRA'fA"n'LE:: AND ,CON-j the fever for the past three weeks. ORANGE SPRINGS JOTTINGS. 1 BLITCHTON ITEMS. DAISY.NO. T.

U: NOR COUNTRY. j .We are now very"" pleased to note'that .

: 'Written for' :the Banner, he is improving Special. Correspondences: I We are stfll having heavy rains We.are now having v .
; : Special, Correspondence; One day recently, while Mrs. J. W. SIr Jones, pastor of the Methodist weather and
everybody i
V from : ; ing'J
t and is s
It'wu one.. of. our own. named church every day : it almost -.ImpossI- : rus
< ; -1 After the serious'was'Jio t on the Randall, 'Mr. Pat T. Randall mother [Episcopal preached to a .good things white the weather is '
f.That J
't ,' :a kind .Invitation came ble for the farmers 'to harvest their favor.
.. Grahamville causeway;last: weekvthe: the back :congregation last Sunday.. Among able. ;c
< -?--- --"v --- ;3- : ;- i.5In : -*;*': : ,- /'$ ; was -gol 1.g'down' steps VV

,',: --,- .. the fresh :21r,'.a' 'ride 'to, take.. road overseer; Mr. Priest, has been she: slipped and fell and'sprained her I them were several old residents, Mr. fodder.r ', "- ," '* :Mr. Henry Hogan, of Sunday Bru1, ('

:Straight. .we. 'would s make-- >-for- 'Orange the. busiest maniin.Marioacountp:/ .'On t foot very badly. It is-"a 'very painful George,Rast, wife and 'eldest son, M!: Hon. Fred Cubberly, Halted States. (s: going to haul logs for the W"sua':

; -y Lake-r- iV '-- Friday he JLad the?cauSeway in"'shape hurt, but, Mrs. Randall stands it and Mrs. Henry East,. Mrs: ; Orris commissioner,. customs collector and Cypress Company. -

"= for travel again and on that day Mr.Helneman .- ;Enecks" widow of the late J, B. Enecks. -
:' That. we.'might not go there was 'good bravely. Mr. O. E. Johnson called .hii
"ff .- .' lawyer, of Cedar Keys was in our 01t
'- SiUtiia.f.
I -.).;r For, as you know, It's"our rainy seaSon. the Grahamyille ferry route to Silver an' ice cream party to-their many them with us again. midst Saturday. He was the defend Rev. Harmon: Martin will preach t.f. .

ft : V -\**j?? -' .- % Spring and Ocala. friends last Tuesday.Miss 1 Mrs. McBride "with whom many of ant's lawyer In the trespass case of .the Marshville school house next Sat
week the stern wheel steamer the normal students .boarded. will the state of Florida John Randall
Last vs.
.Our. ,plan 'would, be-broken, we feared Enla Fort, who has been 'the I day. Everybody cordially in'ked. .tc-
: Helen Denham 7t But would goif by:noon, it cleared.The .' passed river guest of her sister,Mrs. Hamp Price ba'presenfat" the meeting ;

., day set 'was August the first; under her own; steam. The Helen Den: for a week left Tuesday for Ocala sisters.who'reside; in Charleston ards court>bJIt the case" wasfeontinued =:' ., -1 '_We. thing wedding bells win sossrf

By noon,the sun:.o'er our'world burst? ham came from Leesburg: and was ao- to visit Mrs. iicLam, who is also her S. C. When she leaves* there will until Wednesday: ring; out as Mr. E. 0. J. seems tIlW.# "

Aay Very :soon then, we made ready- ing' to Cedar Keys Captain Ceusey, sister. be only one old resident left, 3Irs. H. United States Deputy Marshal R. paying his attention to a Berta :

is" command; will take hereto represented: V. Porter whose birthplace is Farm R. Richard Cedar has been ,-
Drove with":>X gait that was steady, who Among those who- the Keys young lady In' our vicinity. -

:' The scenery better ro to view":;=" Jacksonville e. thence around Cape Sable -Grahamville and Connor neighbor. vil1eF Va.. making._ .ome, < raids on illicit> distillers [i'Jt. ., ;, ""t -" DITTO. "

x ,', At ,.first- of us, there' were but two, and' up the Gulf of Mexico to Ce- hood at Connor Saturday e: Mr }Ir' Charlie: Johnson, and the two overin! Levy cpuntr. near jiere'l Mast i j J. bA\i'f. NO. ,2.ra ,- -j V ;4 1

T > But, we .stopped and asked<< another, dar Keys at which place she will'be and Mrs. Robert McDoaaldr Mr B. pretty little girls of :Mr. Wallace, who week} Jtjs to be. hoped"haj then; goodetilienaill i"4l'& 3. -- --, ": 1,

... A brigbt-eyed little girl-mother, used as a tow boat for the Tillman! F. Smith, Mr. 'v Fore 31r.V Will reside at Johnson.spent Sunday here cOOperate with 'the officers We are having some very pleasaatijj

Who letLher boyandbabyffair Mills. Roberts. Mr. John Perkins Mr. John They were very much pleased with and bleak up such nefarious weather and the farmers are all in ::1;

V here :would"live "the"'best' ;ofkPjeasahtlY ;< Cape W. ,H? Carlton bf Jactsdn- tone, Mrs. Kingdom Lane, Mr, Chas. the large sulphur .spring ,ant wished business. gl e. .

.... ... .... ,..... ........ lived a
--- -"" '> ville came up Monday 'to visit his they nearer; so they could enjoy Cotton is beginning to in tMs
.:- 'carerTired ; Hogan, Mrs. Nancy Mack Mr:Brin-- open We|are sorry to hear of Mrs. L. B.-:

>. .< >ygR<< 3otruur.ride; ; ', wifand children ftorfr a,,few days., son Griggs Miss Griggs Mr and Mrs. daily baths. vicinity. There will be more cotton Marsh being very ill; also Mrs. L ,A./ ,

For the past two years Captain Mr. Bert. Pegram Is Improving. He made here this year'than there >
care for a while to hide.: '. Claude Nix Mr. Cornelius Stanalandand t was Hogan. and we are glad to see Mrs

We< enjoy the, "wood's scenery-- -- Canton has been in command of a a host of others including a "pic was out driving this,afternoon for the last season. W. J. Hogan able to be out again. .

:''; .Its' nigh,,wild" tangled: .greenery.. tug. boat in Jacksonville waters anda qne nlc-que party. from Ocala Mr: first time ,in several weekl. He hopes Evangelist T. D. Hux of Astabula Mrs A. P. Marsh,. Miss Rota 1Id :

!-- The large'- trumpet flowers, scarlet few days ,ago.he, resigned his 'position .I G. Mills had his grist mill running Soon to be able to resume his dutiesIn held a very Instructive meeting last Miss Pearl Hogan visited friends sail .

f"'*'* '?' .. ,On ''water"'their' faces .wet.. in Jacksonville and moved' to I again and the farmers came down to :Macon Ga.. week In J. L. Smith's mill house. He relatives at Grahamville last TuesiJsy .

l*> Looking tip., a view still finer Ocala, where he will go into business.He [have their corn grouu'd and inciden- The health of our community is able preacher and expounds the x We, notice-that Juna Bug"y:

We get of-,this wild, tr -Umber. has bought an interest in the con- tially. to trade at Mr... Randall's. good., word of God very plainly and point- that ."Blue. Bell's" pieces were sa m.--1

Then enter. fectionery establishment of Mr Mallory I Ocala knows where to The farmers are preparing the soil
'we grove-"The Barney. spend a day edly.Milo teresting and he likes to read t1e II. :?"

V No need oif "Irishman's blarney" Liddon In the Montezuma block outing and picnicink "pq e. nicque" -for their.fall crop.of Irish potatoes.Mr. Williams was convicted of We expect June Bug would rathetj '

and within a few days'' he will move which is made unique and en- W. H., Powell, traveling for the trespass in the justice's court W 'd. [read Blue Bell's mind instead of reading .X

fe-.tellcare: his family from Grahamville to Ocala. chanting from the Silver Springs run .Consolidated Grocery' Company Mr. nesday.. Hon. C. L. Sistrunk represented : her pieces. "I

_: V V Scarcely worth while for.:/man to sigh While in Ocala'last Monday we had and Ocklawaha trip and the- place Morgan, for a snuff company, .and :Mr. the state; also John Randall : Our road overseer Mr. R. A Bo.-

occasion to speak with Mr. Isaac Ste_ is .Paines, for the Morris & Company of Morriston' was convicted of the '
Over: orange pest; the white fly; where the event spentat'Connor.. gan, is putting the'road. in fine shape,

U he cannot. ,him, away, vens, and he informed us that he (Mr. On Saturday Mr. W. H. Clarke, of Meat PacMgng house (the largest same charge. Hon. C. L. Sistrunk was But we think he'had better call oato.: *

He can, surely lessen 'his play. Stevens) and family would go to Sea Ocala came down in his pleasure meat packing company in the United the attorney for the state, and Hon. road between Daisy and Grahamvfll/

'.r .(1A whale-oil. soap let him float! breeze to spendSii weeks by the sad launch the "Undine,". with a bunch State), were at the Porter House John R. Willis represented the defendant -as it is in. terrible condition. .,; i

\ On its use our growers dote.) sea waves. "While there," Mr. Ste- of Ocala society folks, who were on Tuesday night and expressed them- :Mr. Randall paid his fine; Mr. H. A. Marsh of Tampa visits c.-

: To orange. grove.for time-: "Goodbye. ,"i vens, said, my son, Mr. S.' V. Stevens, pleasure bent it was a plc:quie-nic- selves as being: much pleased with-J I his mother at this place last fe:Sb- .

: 'On'to boat 'landing 'we nTe-. "- of Shawnee Olk ., will come down que social bunch" and they were out the menu.SIC cult court. BUSH HEAP.v .

There we leave the. surrey standing and spend month with us." TOE for a good time. SEMPER TYRANNIS. I Dr. Butch has been quite, ill with ..

eight months in 1904, the writer was fever It is to be he '
r By convenient'rustic landing. {: Old Sol the sun registering noon i hoped will soon GAITERVILLE. *
Into the little water "Sprite," with. Mr Vernie Stevens at Shawnee, when they arrived at the port bt, Con- BELLEVIEW. [i I I be npr -

t A boat just'painted, almots;white. and will probably run over to Sea- nor-on-the-Ocklawaha. At one o'clocka II II I FAIRFIELD V Death, of an Old Citizen.

breeze while he is there and give him .Special Correspondence: I NOTES.
i We at' fiitet quite "scary" goOn dainty lunch was partaken of on '.

: the .like". .for, a winding' row the glad hand.A the dock. L. W. Walker of York spent the r f --- Died, July 23, W. L. Thomas. Beat! :
week-end here with his wife and Fairfield is so much on the boom
: Moss!, ''moss! masses of dark green, new departure for grits! The In the forepart of the afternoon: the came very suddenly.. Only a few suV. n
must tell about .
we it Mr.
baby. you ,
moss. Boynton correspondence of the ,Jacksonville party called on Mrs. Pat T. Randall utes was he in the arms of death till .j
of Mrs. J. F. Pelot and Miss Edna Lohrig putting up a big sawmill
Make the' lake's. face look almost Times-Union in writing and Mrs. J, W. Randall at the Randall his soul had winged its flight to the :
-Ii '-I Nichols deelgates to the Sunday here this week. We had a street parade
? .'.. cross. the marriage of a prominent Boynton home on Connor Heights. At four world above, where all is peace tad g -,
school convention at Fort King Sat- _here today, as Mr..Oscar Lohrig
IJt V: But the pretty reflections .herejrove society couple who were married in o'clock after assuring the Randalls the love. Heart failure was the caused ,
played Georgia
th'e MiamlJuly 23 and who took the evening that and their urday and Sunday. Tfiey returned Campmeeting on death being this Ms
water itself is cleajvBeautiful' they one alL enjoyed ; subjected to :il
said"Th home Monday. the flute, twelve big black mules
train for Boynton, impromptu visit with them death not
altogether unexpected
overhanging: trees. very was
marched with the boiler of "
Maggie Whisenant celebrated her through
And those curious, cypress knees.Looking hannvv couple were met at the depot pleasantly they went aboard the I the milL He leaves a wife four children &a$
\ tenth birthday by inviting all her lit
at.themselves all the while by the entire village, who showered launch, and Capt. Clarke pulled the one brother; besides a host of Mends
tle friends to her home to 'a party MrEugene Woods and his partner,
Wear quite a pleasant sunny smile. them with rice grits and old gang plank in. and they were off on to moron his death. The remains were "
IV the civil engineer of the G. & G.. Mr.El
_ Monday afternoon. Miss Eleanor Tre-
I Looking down into the smooth lake We now know that grits will stay with their return trip to Silver Springsand interred in the family burial .
B. Polk here Friday. Mr. Polk
mere took a large wagon load of the were
of themselves two us in the Ocala. at Cedar Grove, July 25.
They pictures morning .i
left the train for Gaines-
and children out there and despite the on
While out in the far north gTOW1j"!
II' make; Those who composed the party and inclement weather all had a jolly vine and 'Mr'.. Woods went back to The baby of Mr. K. H.

: :. One in the on land southwest we had almost _forgotten who enjoyed their day's, outing and Blitchton Saturday evening to their Heidtville, died July 25, .

F In 'one they lie on other stand. what, grits were-Murphys. (Irish potatoes picnic in our midst Saturday were. time.Mrs. nets of only a'tew days. The remains .
J. J. Nelson is spending" this surveying camp.
:We passed' Jntcf a little bay, ) is the diet there.A .. the following: Miss Gardner, of TeL; The little boys had a pleasant base- were interred in the Cedar Grovet
week in and Clearwater.
letter from Mr. Thomas J. Graham Miss Palmer; of St. Petersburg Miss 26. The bereaved
In Its ,cool shade ,a while .to stay. ; ball cemetery July ones
1 The Belleview Workers met at Mrs. game Saturday evening. .
', _Our helmsman, cooled and well who is with Troop H, Edith Kippenbush of Palatka; Miss have the .sympathies of their neigh- :
Miss Eloise Smoak
Nott's home last week. Some months Ocala. was
< alry United tates army, stationed at l..
rested, Sophie Howard of Grahamville-,- Miss at Fairfield bors.
> Fort Wingate, New Mexico, says Scott Miss Mis Stilwell of ago this worthy society pledged >wJ Sunday to a
The main lake ,again we've breasted. Sullivan Mrs. J. H. McConn happened ,
Dr. Davis attended Mr.
tb the fund of the Campbell
building Library
V Out of regular business'ruts, "Part of the troop left Fort Wingateon Ocala; Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce of Sum- very painful and serious accident last
who has been
Association'and they want to makea today, very recently.
V V ,. July 15th for Islay, Wyoming with and Messrs. O. B. Howse as throwing .
Eating candy and brown peanuts terville : Mr. W. F. Moore the old gentle Saturday. Her horse ran away,
decided to sell
Like children who:have run away. hopes of arriving in Islay by the 1st Clark and Stilwell of Ocala. payment now they is still her out of the buggy and against e
: will tee at the hall Thursday night man making no improvement
'' 2d of August. H troop cream
t We feel ourselves, this sunny day. or ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM. whatever still and a .treet: breaking her left thigh very ii
but will Fred Brown is suffering,from an attack ; very weakly
comeback here more, go
E any
Under: a rustic bridge we'go, badly Dr. Hood, of Ocala was at once =-1
: Arizona for KENDRICK ITEMS."Guess" of malarial fever. Dr. Slaughteris poorly. .
J Whipple
f ,But it is a passage narrow. phoned for and arrived at seven- t
Mr. and Mrs. M L.
Payne are
attending him. away
= What, is this in which the lake station after leaving Islay Wyoming. o'clock, but the misfortune being sa
has been silent reader for their health.Dr. .
a 0 M. Gale has accepted position
other who .Mr. a
"r Myself and the men were have her i
abounds? serious, he thought best to
"*-" ;<-i left behind will join the troop at Win- for two weeks but not on account of as manager of the Marion Mercantile Montgomery; of that boomingold
; We.hear some mysterious sounds.' moved to the hospital, so she wan s tat
town of
gate station' for Whipple .about the lack of news. Company,,. and will take chargeas Micanopy. and three
V V Is that 'gator? "No a log! friends here automobile once removed there. It is the wish t it

"What do we hear? "Only a frog." latter part of October." Miss Barbara Waters of Brooks- soon as he can get moved down were Monday an of her many friends in Gaterville that, ;
Three brother Tom 'enlisted from Ocala. Mr. Gale and family will on
We, now return, and, we drive, back years ville is visiting relatives at this Miss Florrie Jennings Mrs.. Allie she will soon recover. "j'' i
;- 5 Jacksonville Fla. and he board with Mr. Ridge until they can 0/
track... at wishes to the editor and his :
$- Along the old narrow tram place. Best
Burch and Mrs. Gussie Crouch
has been stationed at Fort Wingate have their new house built. were
Here road makes many graceful Miss Clara Sims gave a delightful staff. UNCLE JOB.
ever since.. His time in the army will Mr. T. A. Mitchell who has been out driving yesterday afternoon.

turns.Amid expire in October. After being mus- party Wednesday afternoon to'a num- manager 0(, this firm for the past Miss Lula Jennings has been on thesick Governor Broward To -Be-at Fort Ii '
masses of light green ferns. ber of her little friends. Amusing three -- ,
list for two V
or weeks but
of in leave shortly for the
he remaining will
tered out speaks years \ McCoy.
For row ,and long ride so nice, games were played after which Ice is
imporving greatly
the golden west. northern markets to. purchase the fall Rev Harmon C. Martin chaimaa. .,.
V We give our thanks .to Mr. Rice. cream and cake were served. All her
welded into and winter line of goods which. will Mr. Gordon Younge was in Ocala of
Two hearts were one of the mmittee on arrangements 3
We made quite a large unsought little friends hope this will not be
catch' at Gainesville Fla., last Wednesday, be larger: than ever. He will then Saturday on business. the Fotft McCoy barbecue was ia 1

Of V when Miss Ada Giddings and Mr. R. the_ last time she entertains. take a much-needed vacation before! Preaching at the Methodist church I Ocala 1 uesday,. and had a letter frca i
small nothing
a race can ; Mrs. C. d. Croft and children. of here
V 'its'Dame Franklin Long were joined in wedlock returning to Belleview. Sunday noon and night. We hope I Govern r Broward: stating that: if tt }
For make not a request. Hernando are visiting Mrs.4 Croft's to large crowd out.. Both
But that doubt have by Rev. J, Tv:Johnson, of the Second .. see a morning V be poss ble he will be present at t&a
name no ,
sister Mrs. G., B. ChappeL and night. a
Adventist church. The'ceremony took I @UTCHTON. barber to be given by the people i\
guessed.. > There will be an ice cream supper Mrs. B. 'S. Jennings is going to Orange

',,': From thisTloridaVpo&anfl' pestLet place at the Second Advent churchat given at the .school house at this Fort :Coy neighborhood on August .
Rev. N. B. Plummer will preach Springs for her health.
the hour of 11 a. m. f 24; an will make an address on the

us ever-foreierrrrest.-I Mr and Mrs. Long left amid a place Friday evening, August 10th, i next Saturday and Sunday for Rev. ONLY VIOLET* subject fof "Draining the Everglade?.* l'
V D. R.
and it is hoped that it will be well
i shower of rice and old shoes on the I Prisoc at Fellowship and Blitchton. The ort McCoy people are yeti i "
_ represented with people from far and
The Barbecue.
> To the Trustees .of Ocala Christian afternoon St., Petersburg train for I Immediately after services at Baptist Oxford much [terested in the approaCh e
near, as preparations will be made .
The annual 'I'
barbecue which
f Church; Ocala.rat which point they secured a was barber and expect to make it the
4 for a large crowd. church at Fellowship next Sunday held at Oxford on Saturday was the
_ 'V V Gentlemen; carriage and drove overlond to Gra biggest ling of the kind that has oo-
Dr. Eddings of, Gainesville was evening the Woodmen of the in
the of
biggest one history that
: sec.
<, We want to donate some L., & M. hamville to Mr. Long's sister's. Mrs. curved that neighborhood for many
visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb over .World will unveil the monument to tion. It is estimated that twenty-five
.'. Paint to your church whenever they Tom Randall, where they spent Wed- Sunday. years. iiey are making big prepstions -
Dr., W. E. Armstrong.
hundred people were present.
t >. 'p 1nt. nesday night On Thursday they an hope to see big crowd triin
Kendrick is delighted over her The scribe attended'last fifth Sunday's
: pros- The day was a pleasant
very one
iV ; The largest Methodist .church in drove back to the "Brick City" and. all sect" Lns of the county. The eaair-
pective sister village. The large saw. Baptist convention at McIntosh
and the barbecue was superb, and everything
._ Georgia expected. to use 100 gallons took the afternoon train for Palmetto man of committee says he waats
p mill and dwellings, are being rapidlyput and the truth of it all is this: No passed off in the happiest
: of the usual kind ,of paint, they only Fla. They will spend their .honeymon Ocala 'bll represented at this barbe-
uP; The name of this new village Detter appearing nor more social -
V/ used, 32 'gallons L,. & M.. mixed with at Palmetto under the silver light of people manner possible.
is Zuba one mule north of this place; exist. in Florida than the citizens hundred
Two and thirty-five dollars
24 gallons Linseed Oil Luna. It is in the far south where cue.M

_ 'It costs less b paint a house with luna's rays are brightest and it 1$ Mrs. E. W. J6nes and children and composing: her population was realized by the sale of ice cream,: "before remarked. what the

I Mrs. R. D, Jones of Agnew was visiting It is deplorable, however 'tis true
lemonade etc., the proceeds to to
,* 1. & M, than with other: paint because very enchanting for lovers.fMrs. Long go editor ff this paper does not know
the former's mother Mrs, Jas.Carrington that farmers their
many are leaving the Oxford cemetery fund. I
pafnter _mixes, Linseed Oil fresh is, we understand, one of Gainesville'sfair i would many volumes, and the

_ : from the"'barrel at 60 cents a gallonwith society girls.. Mr. Long is a native Tuesday: nomes and numbers of others are Ocala was represented at this bar: older grows the more he real f

Mrs. ,Annie StroudX of Anthony is selling and moving away from west becue by Mr. C. L.. Blttinger, Edwin!
V V L. & M., and doesn't. pay $1.50 of this place. He recently went to I now Ii |le he does know. He has IIerer
spending a while with friends here Marion, Spencer Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Barney*
per gallon ,for Linseed Oil as done' ifreatiyforuse Gainesville and accepted a lucrative vis d the prison camps of FlocAda
this week. Mrs. Stroudt always finds W, L. Aikln has left his valuable
V Spencer.. Charley Cleveland and Miss: ism
V paint ,1s'used.. Also be.F position with a grocery firm. We hope so what ne knows about them
V a warm, welcome from her friends home and to Dunne 10n to live.
gone Annie Wade who
} cause the L. & M, Zinc harden ueL. l their' path through life will be as yjsiting. her sister I only 1 hearsay. He knows. how lever
here, especially from her music class. BUTCHTONIAN.Eczema. |
: .':: & M White 'Leadand: makes the [bright as the 'moon's rays on a fair ,, :Mrs. Hampton Brinson at that t Jit in some instances tha4....
r ,. place. and they all enjoyed the af <
L t paint. :Wear like iron, i night in Florida. courts |ave been called upon for 11 1"

f L., & M. paint Cost,-only $1.!() per I Mr Pat T, Randall left on Thurs The militia of Charlotte., N. &, recently For the good of those suffering with fair immensely. terventi and protection. He kmoTS f ;'

: gallon day for Gainesville and Jacksonville. fired on a mob who wanted to -=- that th i courts have said that they ij
eczema or such trouble wish The Evil of Good
oilier I
: .Sold b'f Mclver &: UacKay Ocala ,He went to the "Central .City" and overpower the.... officials and. take several to ." V a Name. ,were all [to the bad. The editor also

-I :VV-: Fia the metropolis on [business.. His negroes from -the, jail for the purpose that say, my. wife had something of "Mammy said Pickaninny Jim ,:cknowl Ves his ignorance as to the J

". : ...,.... "--- bright son, J, W., accompanied.'him a$ of lynching themr One .man was kind'and after using the doctors', "why didn't'IOU. name me George duties of Fie prison inspector but he ,

<'I ',A satisfied customer the best ad. remedies for'some., time"concluded to Washington '
far Ocala, J1
'.., and hIs duty
: vertlsement and satisfaction 1snot seriously wounded the mob was :doesV not elieve that
r; only our'aim.: but out guarantee. Try Miss. Jessie Wood, who has been dispersed. try Chamberlain's Salve and it "Sonny was the a answer I::1su',:merely hobnob and go hand-txt- ,

r. the White louse shoe; prtn, styles the guest of ie? cousin. Miss Rebecca proved to be, better than anything sie gwine to name, o-'mo" chlllen George;i 4glove wit lessees. '(

for_men. and women jut arlv 4. The 4\trled. For sale soon i the convict
: ; by all druggists Washington. As as .dey hyah dat
f Fair, 'xDont Uounts,, several days, returned. to WANTED'- -Two good teamsters and ?
her home 11'Qc fa last : story bout not bein able to ten a before
Thursday. two good work hands to helparound Fay Tefcleton, who is again
1 .r several A shipment of, rugs has just been ;Ue de'p to git curious to find ,- **
be so fussy about your life! While here daintr parties were a milL Apply to_ W.. Jd :the. limel lflLt oA account of her i:
J- The.electric is ponder. : her '- ,. received by us. Will rod be one. ia out whether: it's sei or not, an* dey
plans; plant' honor* | Lohrig, 64 W Broadway, Ocala. cent inarrltgej her third matrteou f
r take
: Otts'and ; '. : having : advantage of their arrival and stahts in 'sperimentm a.a.-soon as dey' modest M
powerful, yet-.noiseless., : Faraway' Moses. ; .has" been 8-2tl f. venture w: barn in the J

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41, NO.. ',8. OCAI'A FRIDAY '
AUGUST 10 1906.
ti .' ., ,. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR #

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>?v Roosevelt is determined '- All Ready for the Tampa Encampment the Chew
t The. Ocala folks who *re spendinga that's Sweet and Clean
&"eight-hour law. / -Leave Monday-Morning :- _
"t.<,,_. '- portion of the hot season at Sea on a, Special. .
breeze, are all having a. big time ,and < 'NQ'wonder SCHNAPPS .
Marsaret Peace is at;' '" ; Is poputar-it's the
are enjoing life In a .tree and easy From Sunday morning's Daily-Ban-. ;. chewing .
Micanopy and Mcln- .Jt } :r:1tobaccoo
manner. I neer. ; :V': that suits, the man:, who chews to 'get enjoymenf -

The beach between Ormond Sea Everything ,is now. in readiness for ... 1. .... : from Ute tobacco instead of: the'
Blake breeze ,and Daytona, Beach, is con ::t, :;:': .. mere habit-of
R.GL Dave re '
sidered the finest in the world the annual .encampment of. the, Florida ,A $:'?::,. 'chewingand-
and :
gee from a visit to friends .: ..:...- ,. :. : ::; .. expectoratingt' 1IMfwSIMTflH
and '
for State Troops the Ocala 'I.-i.
was that'reason selected the
-- place to hold the annual automobileraces. Rifles, Ceptaln George Nash In com s J f'.'-.:: ;t ="?"i '-l SCHNAPPS is made from choice selections of the

mand, with .their tents baggage, ;. t.'Afo"It'f J.," well matured
\Beted in Florida that the eager The Breakers hotel has a large cooking :utensils etc., will leave at 10 ;>- : .: ; ,:\f:1. thoroughly cured Piedmont lea?; _
hide has made
for'alligator number o'clock Monday morning on a spe- !f : W. with an aroma so
Journal. of guests booked for this ,. delightful and appetizing that
rhide.-Atlanta ::=.ti.- :ro.II': ...
cial for Tampa, where they will
:_i' month, and all of the cottages are re- \ A 1f I"t

Edwards, of Crystal taken for the season.. The majority main for eight'days. ,tt'.f..;l..-....-:.;'..,.....,.;t....;:i."',-...y.'i'..'... ,'.. ...:.... ...., popularized a the chewing of tobacco.. There's ) _
: of of'he visitors to Seabreeze this The Rifles will hold a dress parade "fr-:' \ tr..f:; : ;,:' .: :: no other tobacco in
. ,:Sate Barco, Cotton summer ; 5' ::: :f1 : world that requires antakes d
from this afternoon in front ,of the Ocala :; ;t""f:1..l
are Ocala
and DeLand .
etit. Saturday In Ocala. : :A '
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a while ,at ,Daytona beach there are agreat House and tonight will attend servIces ...'..:0::'.'-''.,.Dr.' ..,$. G':I RO..Ofo.\-s:, ..;1J'r."tf{: so little '_

_ 'mews"went down to Cand- many people from Palatka.In .in a body at the Baptist church. ; R'O UG.ft Yi '".: -
y3 afternoon to visit his one of the cottages at Seabreezeis This excellent military organizationhas U'R. E D33L .x :: N
':'." ; .J ";. .EAF ,
rlmt r f'John Mathews, for a few ,a big house party from DeLand, been actively engaged for a weekor ".'. 'O.BA'C oI! :C'' ::J'\"".,.r>:<.

f* 'r.< : Mr.. Hough being the host, and they more getting everything ready for ? ; ; ". "**- sweetening, UM
Sr-iu the trip, and Ocala and will
are having'an exceptionally good time.
: That's
'- have excellent reports of them during lifieMlSjfcf: what makes the difference between .
) daced. the prices on all The proprietor of the Breakers.Mr.Bert =
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,'. _cirfg ds. Inspect our stock J. Holt, Is a very popular land the encampment. ,\OBj\OCO .BEa.: SCHNAPPS.and the many excessively sweetened
We lord. His terms reasonable he The military men all over' the i t:, : _
gas, pHce, can. save youIbelFaUv are and } .
.' / does state are taking great interest in this ,,.. .., ';'.\ ,. ":. <',fJ imi hobs-and. t's such a difference that
x everything to make. it pleasantfor "" .','' .-!... ..'..Kj once a
: his guests.Dr. .. encampment, and it Is ,expected thatit ':rv i "\IP":..;i::>>L:;?'::f.i'. C h. \ SCHNAPPS- he is never deceivedand
will be of the most successful ,
Ernest W. Diggett of one ; :7: f.\{
i W, Crosby and children and Huntington !':. ...:: ":
-i..NF- :; ;: 6th'
o- encampnments in the history of the ? :-- any imitationLSCHN
en came home Saturday ,has been a, popular visitor to,the .

.. 'Mr. Crosby, at beach for several weeks, as, has also state. J$}f i The sweet
... tasty 1 1xBa
t'-;" Mr. P...E. Swabey; and brother and thelatter's The' following is the complete roster ''t. # exhilarating quality of .
...' of the Ocala Rifles t 'J.t\.v.. APPS tobacco '
; has -
- .': daughter. Miss Muriel Swa 1.\.t.. made the Reynolds factory .

.."lf ..' *kOak, WhO bey, of the same place. They are all 'Captain-George A. Nash. \ > !' famous a, the manufacturers- of the best and c' '

E -; bil this: city at the foundry English people and have made a number' First Lieutenant-John M. Graham. '>'!j',(l/l popular brands most I
;, .
: '' Second Lieutenant-Joseph -BelL chewing tobacco and the
,ormore, is here on a short of friends among the "Ocala colony as largest
fifrtti ," First Sergeant-W. C. Dunn. \%tS .r"and best equipped flat "
;: ,s., plug factories in the world.

' L'. I .. ,Lakeland is represented at Sea Commissary Sergeant-H. S. Cham- ... .:.... ;, )!. '. They contain every modern -
1>>i & .H, W&IUs went over,'to breeze by Mr. and Mrs Ben Young bers. : appliance forproducing

l 7ie i ch l Saturday afternoon: to Mr. A. B.. Cochran, Mrs. Bunch, Miss Sergeant, F. E. Weihe. ::'""" .I the best chewing tobacco, by clean, sanitary and. .

liKrffjdays, -: .. with his family,who Bunch and Miss Lula McLaughlin Sergent-c. F. Moore. :4healthful i processes. The R. J. Reynolds Tobacco _
'at,the' Seaside Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Melton and children ,Sergeant-C. F. Leltner. "':'
r ,;' '. Corporal-G. J. BUtch. Company is under the direction of the Y=j
; of Micanopy one of our nearbyto'wns.have men ;.
rsI'A.; E. Delouest have Corporal, H. P.: Bitting. j who have .'
__ a cottage at Daytona beach and ;.. r managed it since 1875, and who have
ill 6 1r'oldhome ai'Rensselaer
Corporal-Royal E. Cole.
domiciled there for made
are pleasantly the
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_ ,.i.' tad?,the ;.remainder: of therfljjtpaper the summer.. Corporal-H. M. Hampton. 44- B chewing tobacco business a i

J;:&gy '-". On, the beach within sound and Corporal-Thomas Proctor., .. .... -- iv .'....,. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, WtestffrSateiii, M. aTwo .,
Corporal J. C. Thompson.
sight of the. mighty ocean one forgets .
: is not grouchy in ;
; life Musician-Watterson Tucker.
the sordid schemes of and remembers -
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i( the governor nor The not the troubles and worries Artificer-Douglas. .

Ctor7 but we 'should like of the.future, but'sUps into lazy hap Cooks Maxie Nell Lee Hampton. Prominent August Marriages.Mr. 0
i.protect the unfortunate Privates-Percy Bitting H. ,B. Bullock and Mrs. Preseton Brooks Bird, .
piness and enjoyment. One spends .H. ,
'name of the state. G. of Monticello, have issued invitationsto S. H. BLITCH Pre .
r, Ftf hours fishing from the piers and W. Briggs L. Booher. H. C. Mar. J. C, BOOZER, Mgr
drinking in great breaths of the ,de- Breadwater. G. G. Chambers, J. R. the marriage of their daughter r. Lu- GEO. J. BUTCH. T.IIr. '
: Pfri. Pike who bas teen la Ulmer to Mr. Charles Sidney Rob .
llcidus salt air and enjoying the sunshine Crosby, J, R. Duffy, A. Dame N. L.

weral weeks ;at the Sea caring'not for the sunburn and Edwards, D. A. Fort, Asher Frank, ertson of Gainesville, on Wednesday,
jlteytoaa Beach arrived freckles that are. the penalty for this Ben Feinberg' Frank Gates, J. D. the 15th of August. Strong Hold the V a

)*$rrdsrtfternoon.;.She is very happy outdoor life. Both in the mornings Hopkins S. L. Hopkins, Leo Hodges, The marriage will take place at
, t, ct# ed tn health. Harman Head Claude Haycraft Ernest high noon in the, MeMiodist church
and afternoon most of the visi
Hodge and will be. a very_ prominent social "
Valmore J. D.
Izlar. Juhan
: reduced"the'priceson all tors indulge in a dip in the surf,.and COMMERCIAL BANK
# J. : Inspect our stock Indoors the innocent frivolities of A. G. Joiner, W. E. Johnson J. L. Jennings event, Miss Bird is cue of the best .

eodjt whist solitaire dancing bowling Fred Keiser, Zoda Keen Wallace known young women in west Florida. ,
rriee& We;can save
TOP Livers D. E. Mathews R. C. She was voted one of the most popular OCALA\ FL0. -
i Tt bFair scc pool etc., help to while away the days ,
-vaI.- .-; and evenings in a truly delightful Miller J, L. !Mack R. B. Murrell, young girls in the state, and accompanied
George Miller E. L. Proctor J. H. Pe- the Times-Pslon party to
Burdick. left Mon manner. the World's Fair at St Louis Has Upon Public Confidence .
gram George Pinder S. 'L. Payne, C. done is Evidenced
t -
LW :old horn at Joplin. Mo., ,
Galveston' Sea Wall Philips C. A. Reddit Frank Tledd J. of the two representatives of her section

>+e ad11 ,spend several months makes life now as safe in that city F.. Robertson. J. L Smoak. Jr.. Jesse oi Florida. by its Large and Increasing' -
!; ,
ttb.v His friends wish him .
as on the higher uplands. E. W, Good- Smoak Grover Spencer. G. C. Scott, The groom-elect is the son oi': Hon. -

>trip..: j lee, who resides on Dutton St. in J. L. Williams H. C. Williams, N B. W. H. Robertson of Gainesville treas- Business

*-"z .- Waco 'Tex. needs no sea wall for Mathews, G. C. Woods. urer of AlacSua count, and is an exceedingly -

H. Harris returned safety He writes:. "I have used Dr. popular and< successful
eJ from his ----. -
; trip King's New Discovery for Consumption Moonlight Picnic at Silver Springs.A young nan -- -
dirks: During,, his absence he '
the past five years and it keepsme party of Ocala folks had a moon- Cards are out announcing the approaching .
1tY Jacksonville' Miami and well .and safe. Before that time .1 light picnic at Silver Springs Thurs marrige, of Mr. Will S.

'and his,outing was a most had 'a sought which for years had day night. In the party were the following Broome and :Miss Mary Meggs Finley, q

been ,growing worse. Now It's gone." : Mr.. W.. S. Durst. Mr, and Mrs. both of Gainesville: on the fifteenth 'YOUR _
'il: "- Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe, Baxter Cam, Miss May Kemp. of of August. Mr. Broome is an attorneyin ROOM?
: :: lnDston & Pasteur in-
Croup, Whooping Cough and prevents Martel: Miss Bull of Hastings Miss the University City and Miss Fin- ,
lE"lietvetiston....... '... .' Pasteur Corn ley is the daughter the late Samuel
Pneumonia. Pleasant to take. Every Enrin and Mr. W. W. Lewmaiu They "
..;#-1yeretotore. theosunlvtny.. bottle guaranteed at Tydings drug spent a portion of the evening very Y, Finley and a granddaughter of Have :
.My1n you Everything need for it?
purchased the la- '- you
; store. Prtce we. and ji.& 'Trial bottle aeiigauuiiy on tae clear waters Of Silver the"late 5eo. Jesse j, Flniey, ot TJs&Q r,9, I
Kite General Robert Bui- -
G. .: .,. free Springs and on their return from City, and who many years ago. was a We have recently received some Fine Dining Room Furniture

..- jr' their boatride enjoyed a picnic lunch. cit'zen of Ocala.A. .
Mr. Louis R. Chazal and 'son, -'
tR1cbe, and little sou. arefroai. Those tales from the lumber S. Anderson, of tha Dutton Phosphate SUCH AS, '
morning campsof
Louis:, came home Friday ,
.J MUedgeville, Ga., and Thomas Sexton, -
Florida and company
are harrowing Indeed
from Seabreeze, They were accompanied SIDEBOARDS -
u .ij:spelt; six. weeks with ref Florida black of Ocala, left Thursday for Lennon, CHINA CLOSETS'TABLES
..,<"-'.: by Dr. D. M. Smith who went are giving a very eye. -
,,--: over to see the latter, who has been as they deserve to, The governor where they have gone to locate a ,:

quite sick with fever but who. we ate and the prison Inspector should get large tract of timber land, which it is BUFFETS and CHAIRS .' :
e,of Caldwell and ,Lar.mere said will be purchased by the Dutton .
glad to state. Is, now much better. busy and keep busy. The good name s.'
convicted for the tour Mrs Chazal and the other children of the state should be the first con Phosphate company. While nothing It will be a pleasure show them to you and give prices.;
; Wv Epps, of Talla-- home Friday afternoon via Pa. sideration. The stranger who comes authentic can be learned at this time, you .
t' ;a4t bang Their sentences came within gates to seek an honest it is said that this land contains large .
"remaining tour
s muted life imprison at latka the:? beach They for had several. Intended weeks longer living, should be treated humanelyand and valuable deposits' of phosphate OCUA FIIIITDIE( COMPANY. T ;;f y

but cut their visit short on accountof have the protection of the laws. and in the event that,it is secured by ...

the sickness of Mr. Louis Chazal Governor Broward should not let the the.Dutton company it will be openedup _:?__
laity' at the seaside Inn j Jr. drainage of the. everglades engage with great profit to the community E. C. SMITH. c. V.,ROBERTS. ; et 4

4s.composed otthe.folH. his whole attention in which it is located, and with

- hT' Wallis Gladys Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and great financial inducements. to the

., allis and Mrs J, A. four children and governess. Miss : Messrs. Thagard, Crom and Strauss company.-Gainesville Sun.

I.Ocala- Mrs. Walace Is Fischer, Mrs. C. L. Anderson and Miss 'I were in Gainesville Saturday to ascertain -THE- '.a t

''With the guests. Eloyse Izlar of this city, registered why the G.. & G..railroad Is going The wife of Rev. S. Bellamy, colored

' Advocate, at the Aragon hotel in Jacksonville to give Ocala the g.b. They are mpow.I happened to a very strange' and .

{ Thursday'. night. Mrs.Camp and the I ered to prevent It. If posible. To that. what might have been a serious accident Marion Hardware Company {
ouce tW '
-. ? t, Ocala did not children and Miss Fischer were on I end thtey have the. great seal of the Friday morning. She was stand-

3- ;Censor, but since a ,republication their, way to Roanoke. Va, for the I Ocala board of trade, the city council ing by a well and had a "spell of ,

.,ate in a Anderson and baby I sort and fell into the well '.
summer and Mrs.. and all other power necesary in the some ..-' ,- =-- :-
i ur sheet, we have and Miss Izlar were en route to, Spar- I premises.' We hope they will succeedin which was about thirty feet':' deep. -: ;;. :<

?*.|!greaVmany people thatrse'8 tanburg S, c.. for a visit of several their mission.. Ocala is the coming The,well had about ten feet of waterin -HEADQUARTERSV": --' %

a -our opjnioiu weeks with relatives. .city b{ the Interior and is In a position it so the fall was broken. A colored American Wire Fencing: /.; .: y ', ,

"- to throw_ many a dollar in the woman was standing near and
} erman'whq has been the editor of this paper acknowledges direction of the coffers of this railroad saw ,the accident and it was only a SashIDoors| and.Blinds ..

for some time, visitJacksonviUe. an invitation from Hon. D. U. .- short while before the unfortunate +' .

?? ., Pa: Fletcher chairman of the state democratic woman was rescued. She saved herself Paints.. Oils arid, Varnishes,

; places, was in the committee,,to be present as one Miv H., G., Dansby of Hawthorne o from being drowned by holding i" -
- Quhis for visit Florida at the in onto of the well until help J Mill and Mining Supplies :,; /
way a of the ten delegates from was ,the city Friday, having a number the side ::

,,,: -Ake Weir, reception In Madison Square Garden. of castings made for his new mill arrived. /:"' .

-' New York ,City,: to. be tendered Hon. located just, east of Hawthorne.. I I II .- "' Turpentine Supplies, .. .. -

,. )Asheville N.. c.. ara Wlliam Jennings Bryan ,on his return Dansby formerly resided at Reddick I Mr.' T. 0. Lloyd a -former Ocala : :; -'

,'. ,_ COuple of -days ago home Aug. 'T3. 1906 in this county, and his many friends boy who is now making his home at : : Improved Farming Tools];:,

-, .' .:a'posltloq with. the J ,. L.. 4, '- will be pleased to know that he hasbeen Jessup, Ga. in renewing his subscription : GET OUR PRICESMarion : F; -

Pompanyv 'Mr. Mr,,. :Herman: Benjamin has returned quite successful'since moving to to this paper, states that he is !

.. ,bete, having-been home from.. Atlanta where he Alachua county several years ago. I doing welL He is In the cigar 'manufacturing -3f _

'. ..department of the H. spe \Jhe.P*?t alrr weeks.or more':with While. in the city he registered forfiftytwo I business and wished to he w

: Vfor; JeTer&\.'aonthaft hla'wtf. who Is to that, city with her weeks of Marion comity's I remembered to his friends In this Hardware .
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,Banned-'' ." Cannot; .Keep Rosin 'Down-Spirits What'They Are Doing in the ,Land of -. 'OF JACKSONVILLE. *
Editor Ocala .

It, is all ..rightto ,pass sanitary or* Take .Spurt-Labor and.',, WeatherConditions the Grapefruit_and. Pine. At five o'clock, _Monday afternoon' Lc-d I Tim Csrd KffiS; In Eire:! April 16Li.Honda :: -

dlnancea and -all right !Df the boardof --- Heavy' rains at Blitchton have cut at, the office of Judge Joseph Bell, i NOZTUUUN:4EttJim. .'.
'stunts S.7 J111 I iM U.PlD-k' 4tb DOWN_ ,
*lo'cut' Rosins have done soma lively ,
health to publish notices auf crops, nearly in half Miss ,Alice; Mary Richardson of this : t ----'--' -

". down the weeds'and cleanup the: this'w' ek, going be interesting off at a rate and .then that James R. Moorehead has bought a city was quietly married to Mr. Jas. --;..- I ''.: 23 STATIONX Ha Lad 73, t:)'" :'

premises generally It Is'not only. promised to, [,. LfI r.iit ---1 l8 .

urged 'as 'a prevention (disease, but up ,again, With. even more speed than fine 40-acre orange grove, at Ocala. A._ Blair.- ,* of- Jacksonville.The- I cere s *f Tr"'fT"m.-9 swam LT.It ... ......-_ Jaebont111e':. .., ..... .-. .Ar 7 7 fpm a 8 l'ul'

as a beautifying: measure. All of this they went ''down ,demonstrating again Grapes have.yielded'very heavily in molly was performed by Judge, Bell, G ra a V.N. +tm ""-..J..,....-..-...,.. .Sr.uhJ&Ctson1'iUeL'Anrw;tine._-_-.,..,...... ... 4 ITpmUp=i Tram im (J"

to, the satisfaction ,of all ,concerned witness being Miss T S wa 104.1am .. ..... ....:.-. .... Hastings_..-_,__. 5 34 paUlwa I tJ&L '':,
is true.butitihe work .wasentered the vicinity of Ocala this season. the only :other 7 a pct team <-. ":::_. .EuC: Pal&tk&._..'....:........- S ::Upm S< 3wsm J!

upon in 'a practical. and ,businesslikeway that there is no .keeping a. good thing Fresh vegetables are scarce at Or Eula Moore an. intimate friend of the & 5 O-.Jci yin_ 1t 11 00 sum m. A.l-_.-- -._ t;_;hlatb..... ; ... _f--.Lv. 455pm 61o.m- .A
the.-assertlon-'that down and that the"world ,at large 7 ttprw I.T -. .-. Pal&tka....... -..-.-Ar Sipm; 6 Q'.at .... 1
I ventqre" ..City owing to the very hot girlish bride. ...., .SaUMateo. .__._LY -_....__ 6I"am
accomplished in a, wants common rosins, must hare ange 9 I'w A.- ..?........__....._Ar9bpm t 25pm "" ,
more would-be _.. ..' 5 1iIun, Tr.._ ..._..:._ Eau MAteo,. ... ----
[be them.1. and proposes to get them weather. The news of their marriage was a _.__..__..,L7Al i ...rpm **:*-m-- '
week than 5 paw .done"',or can# ; ; is stpm Lv-. ...,..,.......1 Bwu1el ".
423pmSMpm faun
.... done in a month, especially 'when Itx whenever an opportunity' offers. to Orange groves are growing out fini i great surprise to their friends and 9 14pm' 1240pm 113pm "".....,....w--Dupoat.-..... .-Ormond_.. ., ".- Sfu'am

is BO'so'dlftlcultto: secure efficient: labor pick them: up on a little slump in. val- at Fredonia anit'oranges are quit :also to the family of Miss Richari Ia 94apm1013pm Opm 12tpaSJpm "",_.. .._..._...._...Port.- Daytona Orange_- ....._._..-.-.-.,-,.. :.. 545{taJSopm t SsKam tf-Ui:

One good on&.horse mowing machin. ueSr It was ,merely a: ,repetition .of plentiful. It known by them that ther 10 :fpm :2 1 0upm _._.._._ w SmJ'fU-----.... 3 Ll'ct 4L*r31t '
,. son. was "
... what has 'occurred several .tfmes;! : LakdBeka-......_._...-.;L? 1 Opm Si iii'
and a good gtrong mule, bperated by;; Orange buyers are already at Bar would be married some time in th KJIW 444pm Afl-----" ..:... .. _...Orange.- ... ...._. 12 oo..a 3'pm:
one man who*understands it, will cut showing, the great strength of thes tow looking up the crop. They tool future. but their sudden change of 11 11 :Wan rani 4 55pmSOOym .. i..--- .-...Oranga City Junction _.._._...f" It 4fJp"I. '
14 ...___... ..Ar SOSpia 41L.ii
than the pressing consumptive requirements ..Kw SmyrnaOak -
( more weeds and grass in'one'day grades, for ,an average yield. plans was not known until after .the I04-\-1 21u1.wpm!m Lv--.. .._,........____. : mil ----..-...-Lv 40pm I; .att f
men 11 iur
and the fact that the beer _._. 8 05pm tern t
watermelons have rnust11le --
all the) hands with hoes and grassblades All the marriage.They started out for' awalin 1151 icr S 16pm A.r. ----;'"
who', in early'get the plums price I. of .. .,.SauWrd.".__.3L. 1165am550pm Q..ptac i
get has : 5Sm
of Bluff plenty 111wru
that the, property .owners shipped. Moss the afternoon, and then decided togo 6 art It Slam Lvt___..w............5a.nfont-, Ar ...i1.!ym '

Ocala can secure to work in the sam speedily y seeking a higher level: unde pears and peaches.The up town and be wedded at once, 11 316pm Lr .... .....TltusriU._-:- _.Ar430pm 205pm S ..
demand. lpa __ __._. .L, J2tpni 2a!: :
r of general "... .. Coe'- 11:8'sn
length of time-ye s'in a week! ,Not the pressure a orange and grapefruit crop Mrs. Blair is the eldest daughte 12 Sham :351paS54pra: ". ....1_. ,.. :Rocktedge... 12i3 t1 e i

only that but it will' be done, ,bette Tuesday brought the waterwhite lowest value$5 are fairly good-around Lake Weir thiS if Mrs. Sue G. Richardson, 'and was 1 '):...:n. 442pm "to-__...._.....- -_- Melbourne..Jensea.Eau GIillie---A.-......-...._."" 1257pm1152am 1247pm fHW 1 Ji7II3L.i:%!
at -
maclilnrun of the week with noted for its good 1 iua 12:C ::. e
nicer such is
and look. .. Let' : a year. Lake Weir graduated from the Ocala high school 15t.&m. 5 16pm _cebastltn-f-
of and: A-C, the other end of the' list, at fruits. 2.u-w1 SOOpm ",. ..., "..,.,,.,.-St.Lucia -'".. 1366am Uv11't'-. !
up and gown .onthe borders : quality of a May. She is quite young prett t o-4tm 6 I5pu ..........:."....Fort PIerce 10 5C&m n b paasuaaa j I

>. our streets and, you will note an in. $3.55.. A demand came in from a'! Peaches and watermelons are al and attractive and was a general favorite .5 31pm ""_,' ______-.Tlbballa------Eden....,.. ._ .II" 1017aala 13am n 111 li:}1Il'o it.-

provement in' appearance!that will d Quarters increasing with each day, gone. This year's crop has been the with her school friends and S4Oaui::1 4m. 46pm 4lpm .. -...-.._..... "' 1008am1000am ii35Jup t'fPt ;;3:
advances Wednesday i ".....,..._ .9tuarL..._ I'gpm2 ;
I know what I am and bringing largest in several seasons. Good price who had 66ipm -' ..........._" 9 lam 10 =
J cur hearts good. teachers: and with all others 4 JUl 7 upta, ................ Hobe Sooad. 'jtt
losse ........,.." 918am 10IJ. i
j Thursday and Friday until the _West Ju dtet.... p Ia
talking about,', forIV.lived_ 'for* .year prevailed throughout lie pleasure of her acquaintance. 4 hillIOlm ",.west Palm Beach _-" 845am i pIIl'_

i' in a town where c r>"*t*! *this-**","."*' 'was"* done twit, had been largely overcome'and even; Geo. I. Russell of Orlando, is one Mr! Blair is a successful young; S15amfi 4'.un 841pm 815pm _..., ,..,,...._ Boynton ._.....,.....". 8 8 20&m 12&m 8 itlpiar.nfi 6tp
i>! old It Delray. "
-; every, summer. and, 'dfUmmers'who" better prices than the range estabiished of the pioneers of the fancy pineapple umberman of the metropolis, being 6o&i m n 860pm a 4I1pm ..:. ........J"ortLtaderdila_?_ _" 7 Stam 'I L!'
1 ri
traveled aU.over. several|.statesprc on a few-grades. Yesterdayclosing industry of Orange county and a successful associated in business with his fat l 9 4ipm ."". _-.__B&1laDd&1e.Dania..... 719am709un f:> III

claimed"iPibroad that".It was" the prices were split. The highes and intelligent grower. He is pleasant and culture 7thaul 1020pm 68rm ." _-"....,...-..XemoaCUr.,.... _. 643am iU -
er. __ .. ...... J.Tir < B5am 7
paid'showed advances over the 7ToOim 10 3opm Ar- ....._........" ..Miami J \
I cleanest and eatest town.they.. fount prices Edwards & McDongai are clearing man and has the sincere congratulations LV Miami .. 1i0
young fSiwm; "
; .. .
in all their gravels, and they. told It close of the previous Friday of ten and tile draining ten acres of land ofMs friendS in the SO'Uil lor! lIomest "_._. -- 12 hp jl

far and wide and ?visitors came -and cents on M,;; 15 on K, 21.2 on D, 12 1-2' on Celery avenue, Sanford which will charming! bride that he has won. t Parlor Can on trains 29 and 73. 'Buffet Sleeptn Can on trains 59 and 98.t -11

many stayedf on A-C, the other grades being stil be put into lettuce and celery nexl Mr.; and Mrs. Blair left Tuesda; hilly except Sunday. .-; '

So much for the streets. 'Now as to below the previous Friday, but. with! spring. afternoon for Jacksonville and will beat N o)."3 No.19Ex. Nft.16Dailf' Na.l8No.20', .I'>(L22>>"Su.'Suit J"

a vacant lots: '!the, town authoritie:s every prospect of recovering this by; Mims orange growers are busy home on Myrtle avenue in tha Sat loll O-IIJ Na.i7N3J6 MAYPOXT BEANCH. Su-

machine at the the close of today, the demand showing mowing and spraying their groves DaUJ DallJ ELSun.. laity Dally Oaiij
',: could use the on them < ity to their friends. Daily Sua. O
expense of the owners. It would be ; no signs of abatement. The trees have a wonderful summer The Ocala Banner joins with the+ -Gill, -,-cf

o:4 cheaper to.thV. owners 'th. .n'. having. It : 1. ,and below the 'grades reports growth and are carrying an immensecrop host of friends of the young couple* 9 95p 50p 645p 65 SlOp 518p560p 2 2C8p240p clip lOOOa1006a Ly..J" _JacksoarlllaLt acksonvtUeAr 70Qa 652& 840a 882al262p800al220p ICOp eoop U2p tt 3 f14JSOp t

: : done-or half,done-br manual laborif most in request. Their world-liki of fruit both here and in Jacksonville and : 724p 729p746pl 655. 245p 1039ft 1044&UOOaAr."".__ ,EabloBeach.t1anticBeaeh._,._t.."" ,nOa 15a 7&A1215JH 520(lap? i"tr'p103p ;
they can get it' done at all, The Consumption is responsible for this M. F. Robinson of Sanford has sev Isewhere in wishing them a life of 10 ClOp! 6l0pl'COp _---- .M&yportv_ 60ua 740 12 ftOOpPEN1NSPUR nt

same means could be used by the city Every year finds their use broaden- sral'orange groves the finest of whichis unalloyed happiness 'and prosperity. AND OCCIDENTAL STEiMSHlP CONNECTIONS AT MI1E. |

:: authorities to compel,payment for the ng and for several seasons past they the ten-acre one near Orange City. .

use of the machhie"that they now lave been the prime favorites each Mr. Robinson is expecting 5,000 boxes HONOR TO FRANK CLARK. Close Coanectioa Made at MIamI with Stetowblp ef Ue P. & 0. S. S. Cempuj'tstf

use to enforce the cleaning by on rear seeing 'a higher level of values from it next season. -
"j..:' .ers.r > e jstablish for ,them. The fact that ,they Among the prominent truckers and Will Have Privilege of AppointingTwo Havana ,and Key West > |

But as forjcmr: streets, the city ire doing so well this year is pecu range growers of Winter Garden are Boys to College.

'" :, should do that itself by the uses of Warty( gratifying to producers, helpIng N. L. Story Hon. A. B. Newton J. C I Hon. Frank Clarke Congressman Two Sailings, Each Week. f

them out materially on the lower the Hurleys from the second district has recJevec Side. No Transfers.
L Its own tools and'employees.The Brockman the Teldens :Trains Discharge Passengers at :Ship's

to5'keep .its highways in v slues. o(> turps. The upper grades are and the Connells. from Prof.J. C. Homer, president ol ,
city ought .
arrive at and
have nat the Horner Military School Oxford These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected
'good order and safe condition, just taken right along 'T, E. Taylor of Lakeland had one from the several stations,but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not oaiUKgl Jt

: as the county>does' the highways out- rally been beneficiaries of the calls and three-quarters acres in tomatoes. N. C., the following letter: scholarships not Is this Company to be held responsible for any delays oritsy consequences arising .

;' ::'' aide. 'of cities'and towns. ,, 'What, are for' the lower grades. If some of the From this, small tract he harvested "The anointment of two For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARS or Other Information 4
.-. in the Horner Military School. '
municipal taxes for if not to b@ .spent lower grades were cut out they would' 602; crates of fine fruit which netted "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." -J:
bring values than orth $75 aye r,- is hereby. given your _
bubtless higher
of $879.
handsome sum
for the improvement of all 'city 'prop him the
is .they help the year 190E-07 The receipients D. Asst. Qen'lr Pass. A--t... ST. AUGUSTINE. FU.1
doing but as outf RAHNER. ,
t erty?_.It, or at least,| a portion ot'it, hey'are The Florida melon crop shipped .i-
ability -
line at lost must' be boys of average health. -
the whole along ]} AtlanIc :
to the
could better expended than In carry the state this year over ?
j and moral character and must
-' putting our streets in good condition atisfactpry prices.A ,Coast Line up to July 16 amountedto
S studies in one class .
,and keeping: them, safe and attractive -- 1,386 carloads against 1,826 car, ,
strike of negro laborers along must be accepted
The appointment ,
4 by mowing down the weeds. If our loads for the same time last year.
wharves has Interfered with all vacancies
Savannah sent before
_I City. l'4thers'will "get such a machine There were sent out from Coleman notice .
the loading of foreign vessels during in the school are filled.
"- and pujt it to work in charge of a this season 250 cars of produce consisting
the past,fortnight, accounting for the Mr. Clark says that he ,will be wil-
of ,
competent man, and under the supervision of 3,000 crates
increase In ,stock .here. Several steam- these apointraents any
to give
crates :
_ of an energetic' commissioner 3,000 crates of beans and 58,000 .
ships that were taking out part cargoes of the two boys of the district but spplicaan q
,}in a couple of weeks our city unableto of tomatoes to say nothing ;
of naval stores have been must be made at once to insure s
: would.Jook like a different place. And thousands that went forward by express -
C ;: get loaded, as. a result I.ot the, and the thousands of other ipointment, as appointments under
: } -
.I .AmenrVRBUM1: troubles, but it Is expected that matters mentionwas the proposition may be filled in ,ashort
.. crates of truck of which no
? i 45: i ....4 will be straightened out In a few News. time.
made.-New York Produce .
_ .J'. days and the month will see heavy Those who may desire to make ap- .94kraattetraWt&tw
: : '. The r ia buried treasure in every ,
; Y
shipments a result of the temporary address Mr. Clarke at
L _:: .'. acre' of Florida soil. The hoe is the Down in Lee county.where the Kor- isation may '
cessation of loading. time care Hotel
GainesVille at
x :'i key that will find it. eshans flourish, anew political organ- any

,: -'- f J. nization known .as the Progressive Oaks.
touched 56 3-4 J > > turpentine
L-g. / Tom \Watson has at last said something Spirits Liberty Party, has been launched and

about which we can; all agree. cents this week then recovered the full .county ticket has been put in The End of the World i 1SCRtES

_ '.. .' He sail "the o'w is':a useful animal." old price' of 57 cents and wound up the a field. They believe in the initiative of troubles that robbed E H. Wolfe, -
I tne week Saturday by going to 57 1.2 the Referendum the' Imperative of Bear .Grove la., of all usefulness, a 4c1\ ( ) A I c ,, .

cents again. A broker was buying at.. when he began taking Electric
_ The populists are nothing if not I Mandate, the Municipal Ownershipand came OtDI
the figure which gave rise to a rumor He writes: "Two years ago ru as
ideal excellence Bitters.
1 f, egotistical. Not satisfied with running pretty much all I .,
an exporter was doing a little caused me great suffering 7
tnan trouble
-t they own party they want to direct never, to be attained In this world. Kidney ,
bulling through this instrumentality.The I woud never have survived -
_ the affairs of all other parties. Theirorgan, the American Eagle ub- ,
receipts for the week at Savan- had I not ,taken Electric Bit ,
j lished at Estero is a bright little paper .I ef8w ; ;
Is Hon. Hunt Harris of Key West nah were 6,569 casks and at Jacksonville chuck full of ideas whether you ters. They a so'cured me of General t 110RtR1 t1 ,
: ,
F -' .: ..-.,: to have a walk-over, for the presidency 4,75i casks. Everything,.. had. .beencleaned with them or not.-LJive Oak Debility Sure cure for all Stomach, rY f
fhedose agree
: : of the seaatetli tbat way up on ;both markets at Liver and Kidney complaints Blood f
::.-. now,-Palatka Times-Herald. o :":' f": yesterday...It remains to be seen diseases, Headache Dizziness and :, "

:-. whether the advance is merely a spas Omelet for One. Weakness or bodily decline. Price v

e s a : It does look as 1f-Gene Matthews modic movement or if it will be sufficiently Break two eggs into a bowl beat 50c. Guaranteed by Tydlngs drug ,i

:' of the house supported to remain. With of water *
< :,: will be the speaker ;next slightly add two tablespoons store.

: > i of representatives' of Florida.-Pa- turps it has been different from ros .a pinch of salt and'a few dashes v \. 1AC4 V

: ,latka Times-Herald. v ins. Buyers have rushed in there to of epper. Melt a level teaspoon of "The socialist party is the medium USp IgONTRal "

-- fill their wants as soon as the market butter in a small omelet pan and pourin through which these results can be _. ... / ; .1 :"i-

The Tal1aha Sun (ire
Uadsdtn, cou. y is to, become higher points than existing before part run, under.. As soon as the egg democratic parties are the constant '4 ..f1fICItr i'

',.. tbn riches\. sv.>l of eah in .:.he.| \.u.-lt; but with turpentine the periods of is set spread a little finely chopped allies o( the corporations and the Jio7 t cop tha raat ti ..r" .- i

:'. :. The tobacco fields are ri2McJthan any weakness do not seem to have been meat over one-half, fold over and working man who enters either leaves .}. .

geld mines. productive of any unusual inquiry and unless he has greased -
hot plate. behind
serve on a hope CLAUDE L'EK&LE A. K. TAYLOaW i ?
It has .been evident that consumersof well his ,knee, joints and intends to
> When, the Q fc G. railway Js extended to take Ittr CWODId j
turpentine were more apt Brown Bread. sell himself and his fellow workersfor
to and >
from Fairfield Tampa the situation calmly and await fur- two of corn meal **Extract from ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY WITH A WILL OF ITS OWM II t
from Sampson City to Jacksonville Sift together cups party exploitation.

and the inevitable amalgamation with their developments. If. supported the market now one cup ot. flour one-half level tea letter of acceptance of Wm. D. Hay- Brimful 1 of Good Things-Bristling With Catchy CarfessfMaybe

the Southern takes placeStwke.willbe could be advanced and spoon of salt and a slightly rounding wood of the socialist party for gover- J.

r .' on two of the greatest 'railway itw6uld mean much to" the producers sufficient, teaspoon of soda. Pour on twothirdscup nor of Colorado. L you want to know what's so? Perhaps you would :

systems In, the south It's bound tq but there does not yet seem of molasses and. three cups of What's the matter with the populisparty like to see' things as they are? Perchance the truth r {

: come-Starke: Telegraph.. on which to base such a hope. at sour milk. Steam three hours in one 1' ? Is .it too insignificant for well told and cleverly pictured appeals to you? Peradventure ;

Saturday. morning-Spirits -firm mold or two hours in on -pound baking mention' Tom Watson and his followers you have longed for a paper that Will print !

.. The big' electric e n this office 5U-2 cents, receipts 1.Q22 sates powder tins. think it is the ne plus ultra everything that should be printed?

posted 236.Rosms of everything sweet lovely aad of
attracts much attention and praise,
oth firm, receipts 2,904 sales During the enforced absence of Editor .good reportFor THAT'S THE SUN -1
also some curiosity. A visitorthe
-! 2,933 .at following quotations; W W George W Wilson Mr. Wills M.

., .. er day remarked that that it was a. darnedlively that $5.25 ;WG_$5.05-10, N. $5. 'M $4.80-90. Ball, who has long been a valuable an Impaired Appetite* A Paper Without a Censor. A Paper Withouijt
squirrel we had.; K $ .Gq.701 I $4.35yH $t.2-5iO, G $4,20. member of the Times-Union's staff is To improve the appetite and I
1 cage on\rallr.ThomsviUe| (Ga.}, ;; 4 A- Ttmes-EaferpHset-> \ \ 5 F'S: 5JUQ..; ;, proving himself entirely strengthen the digestion try a

", *. -- duties of editorial management that doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and
We observe that the governor-mal have devolved upon him. By ,his ae Liver Tablets. Mr J. H. Seltz, of Detroit THAT'S 'THE SUN
Hon. W. Iw Zewadski. long prominent
ers arS neglecting Hon Jno. N, C. qualntancees no less was expected of Mick, says: "They restored my;

n' In the politics of old Marion, will Stockton, p tJacks nvUle. 'It is prett him, for he is well known to them appetite when Impaired relieved mi It is Sanitary, Clean and Wh }lesome. If is Tropical BriMjgd
In future; reside in IllInois.. }lr.- Ze
well understood that Mr. Stockto to rare ability and tact and of bloated feeling and caused
possess a
wadskt was'oneof Florida's most useful I Fascinating. It is Virile Live and Enterprising.B1RoTHE.SUN.
j would not be. altogether'averSe to ofcupyingthe Starke Telegraph. and satisfactory movemenof .
energy pleasant .
> citizens and his leaving is a .dis < t
; ... .
executive chair. and he Is the bowels." Price, 25. cents. Sam
tint loss tb the state Palatka ,
.', still an interesting quantity in Florida Good health and.good'. lands are l pies free.' All druggists.Mr. '
Times Herald.
,\ ; politics. ,Of course, he, suStained doing their part in attracting people ,- -

,' 1. a heavy defeat In -1904 but. with aU] to this section. With these any man J. E. Adams of South Lake Mostof your. neighbors do. Get their opinion. on it.
; Matthews '
The speakershlp race between
';,' ly.. I,this be yet comes very near to b who half tries can make a living and Weir,. superintendent of the Wilsoi Then-write right away to

: of Bardford. Matthews, .pi 'lug the dominant' factor in the fa -- if his efforts are whole-hearted he orange grove, was numbered amonj THE SUN Jacksonville Florida.Inclose .
Marion Carter of Alachua
t and is
: ,
:. { U&i that still bears his name will have something to lay away for our visitors Saturday and_ made the ,
/ becoming mores nteresUngi The
', as the notion strikes
Starke Telegrah the rainy:lay,-Starke Telegraph. Banner office a short vHt He says, yon-say
-# ;._. \ friends of ,each candidate are busilyengaged lake
the nw&
around One
that the orange trees $2.00-far Year x $1.fr8fer six *
.: labelling the' his
V ', '; merits of ; further sout!'
The organe growers beautiful foliagmd <
Among the prominent visitors from have a deep green IMMIIi.
man and the "demerits" ,of the'a other that the from that set SOsf.rkee
:. claim crop the country to the county site Saturday some 0{ them and/especially" the<
.J'fell' w. The outcome is difficult. toforetell..Palatka Lion next* whiter' will be as 'large .athe M hanging so fug And we'll see to,it that Jou'u'never regret it. We'll give
I were the following. ; grapefruit, trees. are
: Times-Herald. the biggest for that had.Ch .
The estimate I .you run your money money ever
proceeding one. .
," Atkinson, ,Fellowship? Luther Stafford. of fruit that are necessary Mi
.. props
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:t '. ;'0 ITake-'O- idlnoF for' ..e1\i\1.JeTer: \ and now for the state js} about> 200,00bogiesinetuinggrapefrutt \.I, .'Cottage Hill; a. M, Murphy,, An-, Adams says' that whatever else the 1' .yes. ws'Hs Hlsa ..e ... ,
and tangednS4olusia '
",\. ..malarla. 1verybdtlel. "-uaraapteed at :;.County Record{: :', ;. thpnyj W. R.. Ov'Veal, MarteL. and 'a rain damaging. 'it'is certainly. 'no

:: Ii 'AuU.lIo ti, Drug.;StoreUlm number of others. hurting the orange trees. / _.
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1 I Q *YOI 41,, :NO. 8.' FLORIDA .


, '. I1NCS ABOUT TOWN. STATE MID-WINTER FAIR. DEATH OF HON. JOHN G. REAR- The Date of the Laying the CornerStone .

jtpi tif,": -' .Tampa-, Fla. Aug. 6, ;J806. DON. Fixed. '. THEY'RETwenty .0: "F'Ft'
.-'Percy .Lisk, son of Dr. B. '
F. Special Correspondence. The various committees, already :_
:.o jl Connbrt; waS, ,in the city News was received in. this .city .
f The finest band music ever heard named in the columns_ ot"this paper, ,.'
aesday.fjpiit.oh. Tuesday of the death of Hon John
south of the Mason and, Dixon line met with the board of county commissioners -
will Garey' Reardon, which occurred at 1-
'be I
among the principal amusement and
; the brakes! Someday by features of the coming' Florida MHledgville, Ga.. Monday night. August -i Tuesday morning' after the'l Yachts and Sloops in Line -Madly!
Tliiirful momentum, thesplendid: mat ; some discussion, Wednesday, _
State Fair, to 'be held at Tampa, November the sixth.
f 'fwtII go to thejunk) pile. seventeenth of October, Nineteen hundred < "
14th to 29th. The band The deceased was a native of this
+4Jo: engaged and six,, was fixed; as. the date Racing to See'Who Will Win :TheKing's '
; for the fair Is the Red city and had the dictinction of being
:: :NO'maD. can make a fabulous for- Rayol/ for the laying of the corner stone of

:-.t D and at 'the 'same time hold in- Hussar band of England, which will the first white child born In Ocala our new court house..
arrive shortly toui He spent nearly all'of his life here Cup.
'tict. "the .finer virtues of the. souL from Europe to The ceremonies will be principally
-, .' the principal cities of the country and was intimately connected with \ .
i; under the'conduct of the Masonic fraternity How To Awaken Better
Sunday Special to the
\,'':out 'of, heroism comes faith in the The band is composed of .forty-five the city's welfare. He took a great but all other'societies and 'organizations Ocala Banner:

:Vtorta ot heroism:; Believe your ulti pieces, and is under the direction. of and abiding interest in everything are invited to participate.A School Interest in Our Churches. Newport R. I, Aug. 8.A score or

C Lieutenant Ameers leaderof that tended towards its bettermentand (Read by Mrs. Dr BUtch fifth Sun- of
,: //itate' triumph. formerly .big barbecue and basket dinner more the fleetest yachts that ever

..- ,,- the. Royal Orchestra of England upbuilding. He was for many will be provided and-no' visitor who day school convention at McIntosh dipped their bow Into eastern watersare

V:Love'demands some sort of secrecy and a member of king Edward's terms mayor of the city, was a member comes to Ocala on that date will go in July) sailing today over the thirty-fire
Otherwise it shrivels the household. Lieutenant .of the city council; member of
: ., mere Ameers has a his mile course oft Newport harbor in
away with thirst or hunger unsat This is a vital question and one to a '
.- s,jay; of passing acquaintance. played in all the principal musical the board of school trustees and wasa I isfied. Epl;!too contest for the King's cup, '

;<,' centers of Europe, and is known as vestryman of Grace Episcopal I' Every effort will be made to make be carefully studied. How to get the most coveted prize of the season.

Your;; sense'of the difference be the "Sousa of Europe.' The band had church, and in all these places dis- .it the biggest and most memorable churches:.awakened on the Sunday The Thing's top is the perpetual challenge

4 ;,=peen :right and wrong is the limit intended coming no further south charged his duties uprightly) and I day in the city's history, .school question* 'There must first be a- presented by King Edward .

:"offyour: convictions on'the question.jlrsThomas than Washington, but 'will be brought faithfully.In There will be a flow of oratory and fully presented to the church the VII. to the New York Yacht Club to '

[ Tampa at the expense of several his early life Mr, .Reardon was be contested for annUal The
y. trophy
,_ A. Mitchell and little k good 'cheer.Maj. need of Sunday school work. This
.S,"' '= .thousand dollars per week. The play an editor of ,a newspaper in this city cost 1,000 guineas and is of solid gold,
ughfer; and Mrs. J. THines.of .
,U ::' : Pauline Belleview, represented the ing of this band alone is well wortha and later went to Savannah and became J. K. Priest) of Eureka represented should be freed from any entangling excepting the bas It is forty inches

J trip to Tampa. 'a member of the staff of the his section in Ocala Tues- alliances by holding both school and tall. Th cup is ,scrolled and embla-
: ;:,. wGiy.of( Oaks" in Ocala .
0 Savannah Republican and remained day. He says that there is I not nearlyso church fully under the relationship zoned and bars one shield with the
: : What will be one of the most in- I
': nn ':'element of time' enters everythng.Given with that paper long enough to much water in the flat woods country existing between the two, to-wit: The title of the cup and general condi-

\' ; } time, and the problem teresting features of. the coming State !achieve a distinctive place in literature as outsiders would imagine. That Sunday school Is originally a part of tions and another shield for the namesof

.:';<:; not"only be solved; but slowly Fair at Tampa will be the grand display -:. and as long as he lived he was the_ country has a clay subsoil and tne church work, thoroughly dependent the winners. The name of each

imperceptibly; outgrown.f of relics, for which a large and a contributor to the newspapers and the waters easily find their way to the upon and expressing the soul of yacht winning it and the name of her-
special department will be
.:" prepared, other publications.He lakes and rivers leaving the land ina the church. Then the Sunday school owner are to be engraved on the cup, (

f :;; _- -,' ;PtL .Brinson. who has been. and probably an additional building. studied law in Savannah in the manner dry.. He says, however, that should justify this existence by 'becoming ar.d each winner shall receive from

.' He met his family here past history are desired for ger, and 'was admitted and for some medal other
high as they were during the great sphere of work. It should: be doctrinal or trophy, to commemorate -

:, ""'--f'. 5d-...,they.., all went .oh to Oxford to exhibition, and premiums will be of. years was connected with this firm, storm of 1871. Mr. Priest, besides having in its '''teaching, systematic and thorough his victory The cup is to be held,

.-..,.. 'spend.... 'afew days with friends. old days when the Indians held full General Henry R. Jackson becominga an excellent farm, has a sheep in its methods, enthusiastic in forever by the yacht club.

,. :'''_ v" i : sway in Florida, followed by the ad- minister to Russia and General Law- roach, and his flock has now reachedto its spirit soul-searching in its desires Any yacht belonging to any yacht ,

r \- .lDr; :;S<; H., Blitch leaves today forE vent of the Spaniards also those of ton was elected to,the United States the number of 1,200, and the wool and be a'genuine feeder trainer club '!n the United States in good .

2: =:':Jsieville, N.. C., where he will spend the Indian war and civil war periodsare senate from Georgia. These gentle- cli; amounts to $100 per month.. We and instructor of its members. Active standing, is eligible to compete for the

;";;aeierai,,' weeks. recuperating. He will desired. There will be appointedto men early recognized' Mr. Reardon's are glad to know that the major's op- church workers should be its teachers cup. The only restrictions are that all

a :'i:g'b6&cCmpanied, ... by his daug); er, Miss look after these departments spe- ability as a lawyer, and offered him i ns:: are all to the good. He is a and it is to be seriously questioned sloops must be over 50 feet along

\. ,].Legie. BUtch. cial will superintendents, and every exhibit great inducements to remain with Brst lass, all-round good citizen.. whether any one not; a church: member the water line, and schooners 60 feet.
'" be kept in absolute safety. them, but at the outbreak of the yellow -
Y < I. should be an officer or teacher in These conditions may in the future,

"?-'.t'" 'Remember;; Blue Ribbon Vanilla Those having relics and antiques fever epidemic in 18'16 he returned Attending Millinery Opening.Mrs. it. The pastors of the churches should be changed by the flag officers of the

.: ;;exact. is absolutely pure and so worthy of exhibition: should address : to Ocala and made this city Minnie Bostick. the enterpris- preach and instruct the churches club, who also have the right to determine -

; ::'j Ijiifbiy'concentrated that you get per- President T. J. L. Brown at Tampa his home until about two years ago, ing Ocala House milliner is. too busy along Sunday school lines of work. the dates and courses of the

;{.,.infect. .results. by using only a small immediately. when he went back to Savannah.He this season to attend the big rn finery The church should be taught to expect races.

,:.. 'Quantity,' ,; The horse races-at the coming State was a brave man. a true friend opening now being held in Jack- converts in its Sunday school The yachts competing in the race
-y'- ; and a loyal citizen and had the confi- of the dealersIn and from today about between
Fair at Tampa will be even better sonville by one largest 'recruits the Sunday school.It are 1 equally divided
?'Jr Tne .hot, :weather is effecting the than those held last year, which were dence, esteem and love of everyonewho ladies" headgear in the country,and is only along such lines can a true sloops and schooners. Amongthe
Sr vejepiants in. New York City and Is knew him. her able and efficient crack In
> the most exciting and better than any Mrs. Jessie Haycraft, interest toe aroused :and maintained. yachts taking part the
c )'putting them in, bad temper. Horses ever held in Florida., When the fair In early life he was married to Miss assistant, is therein her: stead. A church without a ,Sunday schoolis race are Wm. E. Iselin's Vigilant the

',<: '
!; limlieWofmen.' and women have suffered horses will be at the track, a large survived by his wife three sons and art and knows a stylish looking his arm bound by his side. Above all well's schooner Quson; W. S. Eaton's

; .sunstroke.' attendance being guaranteed by the two daughters, John Irwin, who' is in piece of ladies' headgear when she other-things. there should be a deep schooner Taormini ;Arthur F- Luke's
<'fi -; '" < formation of a southern racing circuit the Philippines; Edwin, Mrs. W K. sees It, so the ladies of Ocala and surrounding sense of prayer in the word. schooner Corona; Harry L. Maxwell's, .
.:T L Rothchild, of London sprak. Pendleton, of Washington and Miss communities may rest as- sloop Yankee; Commodore Cornelius
extending through Kentucky, Tennessee
...,-- gof; American politics, says Mary Reardon, of Savannah. sured that they will in a few weeksbe Total Abstainers in Convention. Vanderbilt's sloop Rainbow; H. F.
., Georgia, Alabama, the Carolinas
\t':*<-iiar" 'I"opinion' that- It President Roose- and 'Florida,. Tampa being the able to select their fall millinery Special to the Ocala Banner: Lippitt's sloop Westame; E. D. King's

.' i is, renominated"he will be elect. whichthe Consigned to Earth. rom, one of the best selected lines Providence, R. 'I, August S.-rThe sloop Neola; Cleveland H. Dodge's
Florida in
city race,
remains of Hon. John G. Rear
;:, J.oaA.:- .,. will The tuat has ever been shown. in Ocala, national convention of the Catholic cutter Hester, and others that have
:' !.:.:F. appear. None running races I don arrived in Ocala the A. C. L.
""-\.' ."t. or for that matter,. anywhere in the Total Abstenence Union of America won fame IIi former races. Some time
will be held at the fair.
2 :M1is' :Mattie E. Hough, who has railway Wednesday afternoon, and state/ Mrs. Haycraft will probably return opened here this morning with a pon- ago it had been expected that Sir

--t'the, past.. four months "in Ocala, The ladies in every section 'of Florida were met at the depot by many home from Jacksonville Satur- tifical high mass ,at the Cathedral, Thomas Lipton would enter the Shamrock .

: -3Ith4ber brother and sister, Mr and are taking a great interest in the friends and conveyed to Edgewood I day. with, the Right Rev. Bishop Harkinsas II, for this race, but he was pre-

;:...J ,Mr '" Geo: Hougt left Wednesday for coming State Fair at Tampa, and the cemetery,where they were deposited .. celebrant. After high mass the vented to carry out this plan. The
Americus, Ga.. where she will spend beside the of his mother and
-. Woman's building-the handsomest graves A New Banking Company delegates marched to Infantry Hall, race is a handicap, and in some Instances
Jrwovmdnths before returning to her
on the fair grounds-will be filled sisters Rev. G. Hendress performing On August the first the Micanopy where they were welcomed by Governor the Vigilant allowed the full

R "\:...' home..... -.! lii Union Springs; Ala.. with magnificent' displays of woman'shandiwork. Grace Episcopal church Banking Company was opened for the Utter and Mayor Dyer. After limit of 58 minutes. The maximum *
}I-. the last sad rites. Messrs. Frank Harris
of business. The boardof allowance made to the' schooner
: Premiums will be givenon transaction the usual exchange of courtesies a was
s t. There is a ferryman at'Brownsville, all work peculiar to womankind t G. T. Maughs, John Dozier, W. T. directors are J. J. Barr, M. E. short business session was held. The Katrina and the sloop Doris. I

--Texas. ,, who is ..worth, million and a.Isajf Gary W. C. Jeffords, H L. Anderson,
I and ladies having articles for exhibition Slaughter, J. D. Watkins H. L. Mont- attendance is very large and every An enormous crowd is watching the
dollare'-but continues to pursued S. T. Sistrunk and B. A. Weathers, J. B. Simonton O. L. Feaster from every of and
-. .should write at once for premium gomery, state is represented by delegates. race point vantage
luVfOccupation" ; a ferryman. He lists. were! the pall-bearers. C. E. Meltoh and E. C. Chitty. Tomorrow morning a memorial the harbor is enlivened by hundredsof

his jaever ridden in an auto nor performed -- The large number that attended the many of whom are well known to the high mass for the deceased members steamers, launches, sailboats and
.L; of tl ose'kinds ,of stunts. funeral showed in what esteem the
any this and stand highin other craft loaded with '
i Mrs. Hannah Bell Dead. readers of paper will be celebrated at the Cathedraland people anxious
? : :' "He ought; to come to Florida and join deceased was held in this city.
the business world. The estab-- there will be business sessions to get as close a view of the
Hannah J. Bell sister of the
r :: :;tile= Mrs. ,
push: The remains were accompanied; to
,. late William T. Cave, died on Wednes- lishment of this company shows that in the forenon and afternoon; In the racing yachts as possible. Society iswell
ft. '.1"' __ ; Ocala by his two daughters, Mrs. W. i is making which and the bright uniforms -
; the first from the result Micanopy progress evening a public rally will be held, I represented,
< ;;and Mrs. Edward C. Bennett day August K Pendleton and Miss Mary Reardon,
mention of fact we note, with a great deal of pleaS: at which a number of prominent of the officers of the warships

;: ,'oz.iire.the.. parents' of a little. son, who of a stroke made of paralysis in this', last and by his son, Mr. John Z. Reardon. ure Mr. Melton is president of the members of the clergy will deliver !I at anchor here, add pleasing touches
.. 'nu born '''Wednesday afternoon atthe which was paper Born and reared in Ocala and haying !
: new bank Mr. Montgomery vi<'J-pres. addresses. On Friday the delegates of color to the kaleidoscropic picture.

;i_ tome of Mrs. Bennett's parents week. Het'death the home occurred'at of her nice Orange, Mrs.L. ., spent the most of his life' here ident and Mr. Watkins cashier. will make an excursion to Newport, :I This race is the last racing event of

"f', ,:ldr.and Mrs. W. H. Clark in this city. Va., at memberof the memory of John G. Reardon will and on Saturday they will return the week at this point, and tomorrow
H. Gray She had been a
r I Bal long be cherished by the people of The Carnegie Steel Company is pre- home. ,the squadron of the New York .
church in
r ; Mrs. Albert Davis, of Jacksonville, Emanuel Episcopal : this 'community. paring to dig the deepest well in the Yacht Club will sail for Vineyard Ha- x

>:; ,,14'the guest of'her mother, Mrs. Mat imore, Md., for more than fifty years. No man whoever lived amongst world in the gas field adjoining the Marylanders Hold Reunion.- vena .J

; ;,ile.:D; (JUhan, on Fort .King avenue Her remains were taken husband to Baltimoreand the them occupied a higher niche in their town of Waynesburg, Pa. It will be Special to the Ocala Banner:.
her ,
.:;;Tlds is Mrs. Davis' first visit home buried beside affectations. sunk to a depth of 6,000 feet, 1,000 Springfield, 0., Aug. 8.-The annual .Some people are worldforgettingmortals .

: :'fece her marriage, six weeks ago, late' Nelson H. BelUMrs. feet deeper than any oil or gas well meeting of the Maryland Associationof and by the' world forgot.
Bell was the aunt of Dr. D. A P, A. May Change Name.
-) inl,her friends will be delighted toe They are a world unto themselves. ,
I that has ever been drilled before. ,Ohio opened here today at Spring
: : e e"her' again. li[. Smith of this city, and she and Special to the Ocala Banner: .
Grove Park with
an unusually large
: , :her- husband spent their winters in Atlantic City Nv ,J., Aug. 8.-The .. ,
The Tampa Herald has not only not attendance. Hundreds' Marylanders '-.- .- -. ...'. '. -
.' 'Miss .Lula Ocala for a number of years. She was annual convention of 'the American
._} Mellon, an accomplished "' suspended but is prospering more from all parts of the Satte and quite
dear old lady and had many Protestant Association met here today
rywmg and'for.erly a very Porch
Tampa society girl than ever. It is in a building of its a 'number of prominent former resi: Rockers,
'of the so- friends here, who will be pained to for a three days' session. The attendance -
'i Ocala, Is acting as
own, is printing the delinquent tax dents ,of Maryland now living in other
learn of her death. is very large and the convention
,j,.: reporter of the Tampa Tribune list has secured the city printing: states are in attendance. It is esti- Hammocks, ,

;:;; arng'the.) absence of the regular ed- We cannot understand for the life promises to be successful.One in a very short while 'claims to have mated that nearly ten thousand former Co-Carts. -
to be considered
of the
{) +r:MIss.Helen Stewart, who is away
would wantto booked thousands of subscribers. Marylanders and then ladies are
of why an employer of the of
'i:'fat'the us, : will be the changing name
'....,.- .... summer. overwork and maltreat his work- the association because there are so has a Goss perfecting press and every present.
--- their indication is that it is on a tidal This afternoon a business meeting A pretty line of these
;:VDr.S.HrBUtch.has: : received a com- men, thereby destroying many organizations the intials of
and efficiency for labor.. The A." wave of prosperity. was held and in the'evening a recep summer necessities has }
lou strength the abbre-
/,> from President Roosevelt ash which are "A. P. that
: ;>sember t of the Anti-Tubercolosis Buttgenbach Phosphate company, viation is no longer exclusively con another Mr. tion was tendered to Governor War- just been received, and .

< which is to meet and discuss when it employed the state: convicts, nected with the American Protestant For some reason or Mr. Edd field, of Maryland Governor Harris we are selling them at
Sam B. Russ did not f Ohio and Schley Tomorrow
Admiral -
i. ..if}rapidly increasing disease at showed that kind treatment increased Association. Lamb ht's place on the Tampa close prices. A Porch
.-\.Acetic.City, N. J. next July. Rep. the efficiency of the convicts for better an interesting program wilL be
is denied his Rocker Hammockis
its Tribune and paper carried out, including music by the or a
"nwsctattves from every state have work. This company provided Jewish Chautauqua Anniversary. .
.- felicitous observations.In Cadet orchestra singing, recitationsand almost indispensible
", been appointed, and it Is a high comp convicts with good quarters, good Special to the Ocala Banner:

".: ei1i to Dr, Butch to be' ,named asFlorida's clothes good food and good medical Atlantic City N. J, Aug. 8.-The lines twelve abreast, the young addresses by prominent visitors. to the comfort of grown

:.Z member attention,::and in the doing of which Jewish Chautauqua Society is celebrating men of the United States would forma people this summer .*?'

'::-' was ..eompen3&ted'with better: and the thirteenth' anniversary of 'weather is
,'. .1< '... .. column over 2,000 miles long. as a pretty j
'':-:;,.,..oaR,..:. Hudson Burr did' not 'leaver more efficient labor. establishment today. which Is the and comfortable GoCartfor
We like best call
.,until Wednesday afternoon, opening day of its tenth summer session The Tampa Tribune insists that to f

':i. he returned to Tallahassee. He It was John Wesley, the founder of at this place.: The attendance is Cot Robert W. Davis will be south SCOTTS EMULSIONa the baby. Let us

sr .:3 t,fhe": 'forenoon,.in visiting the' Pal Methodism we believe, who first originated very large. Florida's candidate for governor. food because it stands so em- show them to you and

( "j9 farm the maxim that "cleanlinessis An
: : : and inspecting.Messrs. phatically for perfect nutrition. quote you prices.

} bUss,.& Munroe's fine herd)pf next to Godliness." Whoever it keeps the .finer Man toils until his eyes are sunken, And yet in the matter of restoring extensive stock to select

-'!"',,!4rIrr Burr;believes that his visit :was that originated it, it is pretty forces, as the blacksmith's bellows and his countenance Is all pinched appetite,. :of giving new from.

L ls'WM be -productive of 'some near to the truth, and the 'citizens'of keeps the 1l&murning on the with care. He has chosen 'immolation 'strength to the tissues,especiallyto i .

::.' J.>utd'\:Rill .esp .1aUf,'lead: .t
":(. = : ;service, on the ..Dunnellonthe the,, city Aboard of .health and clean of a medicine.Seed ,

: the X C, L railway., up. There Is a very' little beauty in'weeds'an& The "yellow peril" is, here now- Its Silks are never so gorgeous, nor for free sample "Tlje Fuerjiture Men

':. .Alen;'treasurer;of'CHrn? ' .they bear no, fruit They gold that makes, life perilous) and linen never so fine as to make less 409-415! SCOTT Pearl Street BOWNE, Chemists. New,York.- / Ocala Fla.

; ';! wlsiting. .Ocala on t Wednea'k are as the barren fig tree, so hew' : the heart's t1 history a supreme. trag-. hideous""the sin of the human -heart., p:. d I.oo r.aldruggists. .

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". 1. _;1..?.<,.," T.;...,.>','Y"J..ti ..JgL ,' "'-"'- :" ,-_ :', '--'' i (There fs a judge'fln: 1Ph1 : Od.,from his'prig It called' a Xewspapernby courtesy. Is'the Hope of the West Wilt' Re- t cess dry farming '-i'

'',.,;)- ,<"; I.:, t :. ':FRANK, ;.HARRIS,.,Editor,. 1 whose" :virtues ,should b :' > : ; 'c uz t--jal1, Bois,: .. It' should, .be spoken 'of 'as the claim, Arid Lands. meth. pptication'ne may be veered With <':

every In the v read President br Uot CWa3 ',
newspaper evening miscellany > heevening fields.-John ,
; 'P Leavenaeod, ; Mena2er waving
:( ) Business '
; judge actaally 'recognizes the : of Judge Hum- fake. Of ,a newspaper it neither has .Contrary to commonly accepted hi July CThe rr. ,0

per .as 'a' part of.thegov : s letter accepting the nor, can have any of the attributes ideas as the, statement may be, it is

.1' a most valuable and efficient for governor of How 'can it :be a newspaper when nevertheless an amply demonstratedfact W th Alaska.

t\- that The duty at'a.. ; the whole solar system Is workingto rePonTe- In
that wherever in this great arid Alaska Is an terestlng
says, is criticism. Think of her supreme court prevent it!'Nine-tenths of' the important ,
the annual rainfall as
having, this .Bort-Ot ; !is, .poisoned' sti-; .news .of,, the .world matures empire averages area, she is. '..twic. aa r large, her
as high, as1 twelve inches as good 4. but
One Is almost taken back to into the vi I noon with California -, k
very between and midnight. Even if ,
be raised 'wIthout irriga- .
crops can umbers
: of ,Jefferson. while'the gov- it has its conception In the forenoon, that almost resident white populatio,
IT tion as with it. This means in
Just listen to. the "Kin;s' Bench" it Is not 11 -'
complete fully understood every acre of the great plains only about thirty thousand thou J.
and doctrine of this blood-soaked royal
until late In
ing the afternoon
between the Missouri river and the the ummer_ she has from ten thuUJ..

"A, newspaper can print and clapped!I How, then, can a paper that goes Rocky mountains, and most of the and to twenty thousand more white i
even to erroneous, the glee of & urad 1 ta press at 2 o'clock and that must be
and between
Intermountain plateaus
.. parks In fur fish and minerals she Is rick.n
print anything except made up'an ,hour 'earlier be a newspaper the Rockies and the Pacific will
she has
her annexation
Since fur1.
Mottos Th Banner, believinghost'' function In the "
Its[ chief-justice a ? It may call itself a 5 'cloekedition e
will the rich
at the top .well able to :take care of Investigate/ pry into the an invective but this does not alter the produce as abundantly as. nished 50000000. of furs, $60tJ3. e
lands of Iowa Missouri and
themselves,.'..u taken Its stand in the of every department of the on the first syl case. This is good prairie of, fish and 470,000,000 of mineral j a
barricades with the people critcise disco Illinois and much more abundantly cJUeSy gold and sliver. Her outp U\J
;Common ment and' to with the sting of naturedly and condoned
and its 'fight will be made for the betterment fit which conjure than the richest of the lands in any of gold was $9,000,000 in 1904, waa ,
by indulgent
an public.
of the older states along the Atlantic ia 1905, and will be
of those at the bottom. $16,000,000 fully
"It sometimes makes me of all the imps of How does the evening
newspaperlook seaboard that there is enough land
; $26,000,000 in 1906. Infold prodoa=
tience with that There is in i
newspapers Austra in the tilenext
;y ; FRIDAY,. AUGUST '10, 1906. realize their function t now utilized If at all, only for grazing Uon Alaska has far passed the Boa-
and creature with fur-
morning? Its paragraphs are ex
to make possible the trebling or dike and general Canadian jegloa, 4..
1 are; virtually a part of the legs wings and panded to columns and its column "
ment It is their duty to find eggs and suckles its stories are reduced to paragraphs. quadrupling of the present farming few years ago the IOandlke apd geaJ t
Nothing but man can smile.P' population of the' United States .that :
wherever they exist and : ned as a bad case*of Why is this? Because, It has been ; eral country produced from $20Cfl ,,.

to the attention of the a gabbert unable in the first case to get the real outside of comparatively small areasIn 000() to $25,000,000 of. gold a year, but
The optimist is always on, the firing western Texas and In portions of this has shrunk to $10.000,000 m!
authorities. the
They are supreme court of news in time to print it, and becauseIn >.
; line., guard against corruption ': the level of com the second; case, its full length Utah, Nebraska, Arizona, Idaho, Wyoming 19d5/ind t will probably be down 10':

office. i windlass would be re story is generally a fabrication. It South Dakota and southern Cal- $3,000,000: In 1906.-Leslie's we klr.''_
Some day the silver cord will forma, there is little arable land in
"And how
much better
into the
presence cannot be blamed for not accomplishIng -
break. this work than' grand Under the the great West that may not be divided St. Augustine is making *
'if* any Majesty. impossibilities, but It ought. not prepare '
have their men going BeelzeBub will call itself- a newspaper.' into forty-acre farms, each one tions to provide a sewerage system;,C
It you must. copy,, copy from a mas- of which will be capable of support -
where what Ocala
into be
nosing of Iscariot The life, of the so-called evening just ought to doing A '

g7 t :o H, ,' terpiece._ 1 t there is anything wrong .. five "King's Bench" newspaper is its market report and ing an average-sized family.Probably subcommittee composed of members 'I ,

-i. .sure to find it out. Some one distinguished by the its sporting edition. Without these i it there Is no exaggeration of the city council board of bal.| '

'' ". Let. bitter feelings go-Time; is the a hint. Then the facts are would suspend publication at once, in the statement made by one writer trustees and board of trade has bee3- J i

best avenger. and they go immediately flagfan't is the 1a.3tj and both of them are mangled and that the region between the foothillsof appointed to Invite engineers to sb-:!'; :

S:*,. The streneous life makes men old administrative officer who is the supreme court I imperfect reports, or downright fakes. the' Rocky the mountains, bounded on mit plans for sewerage syst awhlcli> ,*

T# before theta time. b e. politicians are The person who.has read them waits the south by Rio Grande and on will in every way De best suited to existing '|

"If he. does not act the r ; on their haunches, anxiously for the morning newspaperto the north by the Canadian border, is conditions. It .Is expected tbattthis :j.

',. Over 2,000 boys become men,. in our still in the newspapers. like a pack of man- learn the real truth about them. capable oj producing fruits, cereals, data will be in hand by Angsst J t

'.. bring the" matter:of his dwarfed mentali- vegetables'and live stock sufficientfor 14, when the subcommittee will
t nation every day. As there is, properly speaking, no rf'
the public official to the to discern the cause such thing as "an evening newspaper, the support of the entire' present port back to the full committee US"J

A death the persons to whom that population of the globe., The vast area '.
from yellow fever hasbeen in the body politic; there is of course no Influential even recommendation. j

reported from Havana., responsible and lastly they and a strong poultice ing aew paper. There are probably of fertile and as yet almost unutilized Really a Vegetarian."I t

L '-.-, the facts before the people, e superation 'is the two evening journals in this country land is.the foundation upon which the hope the Bible I gave you last 1 t

.i "" The; mad ,race for wealth breaks i any time can regulate a diseased, system. -one in Boston and one in New American people must build for the week," said the missionary, "w11(' e
: the wings of continuance of their prosperity for at
happiness. form
our of government of interest "
profit York which may be called influential I teach you something

., "Furthermore, is it not Industrial arteries and these contain the least least a century to come. Properly "It has taught me something already T s
Mr.,, John D. Rockefeller Is said to' ince? What do we have the the utilized, it may solve many perplex "
1 commonwealth "news" of any of them and are aim replied the cannibal chief. "| ; .
have an attack of fever. ing problems. It will relieve the
,, congestion
pers for? Why are they the
soul-raking ply able and brilliant journals of crit find that I'm really a vegetarian* tErDow's

;' A diamond glitter Is incomparable- ties under the constitution? of capitalism." icism. They hardly claim to be news of the cities, provide an outlet ". that?" s, J

LA* ,":,: ito the flash of the human .eye. cause they are needed as a great doctrine, truly. papers.' for the superabundant capital and afford "Why, you know it says fall flesh;:'

..' .. '. the government. They are a his earnings in ma What sort of newspaper do the opportunities for the enterprising is grass.'Philadelphia Press. -::

__ ', In the realm of love to expand the government of which 'is vale statesmen. the politician, the lawyer and discontented for decades. It
valuable and useful for that for the contains the richest mineral deposits Strawberry planting'is being done L
s means to expend. yet the merchant, the broker, the societyman
s on.-' capital and his in and the sportsman read? Do the greatest forest resources the during this fine season on a grand e!

Both .are evils, but the moneylessman Further along he says: his machinery, he they take the evening fake seriously most fertile soil and the most genial scale. Pretty much every vacant lot >

-is better than the friendless "If a member of a grand profit. He must be or,do they bank on the morning newspaper and salubrious climate on this anti in town and all the avallable land is.i ;

man: any criticisms to make of do all things for ? How long would they last If nent. What Its development and exploitation the ,strawberry belt will be utilized J

tive matters he should go to folded arms look on ;they pinned their faith to the 2 o'clock would mean to the transportation for the next crop. Our strawberry i J

Work' is as :essential as breathing, paper with them and not toil, and in adds vacuity? manufacturing mercantile, and cotton Industries place Bradford T

; and, under normal conditions is as transform the grand jury no interest and The heavenly bodies which have financial and labor Interests of the easily In/the front rank of Florida o'
-, Joyous. chine for investigation on its criticism of forbidden such a thing as' an evening nation cannot. be even dimly foreshad' counties., Starke Telegraph. :I t
owed. It would furnish stimulus that t
count for serious a
tough newspaper, are ,leagued together to -
Twelve hundred pf Florida's soldier It really looks as If the make the morning newspaper the would be felt not merely in the great It is said that Mrs. Russell Sage.9?-l:

:w': boys 'are now under arms at Camp Jefferson taught is with us ag great event of every day. For its centers of 'population and industry, :and Miss Helen Gould are fast friends s::,

1 Sparkman. name of this 'judge is ) Bouquet pages the important news, all of which but in the remotest hamlet and on the and that she will consult this splendid :

y I berger, and the newspapers the bouquet of culminates during the afternoon and most isolated farm In the republic. little philanthropist in the disposition' ':;

Jerusalem has' erect a monument to him. have What western people have become of W charities. If she does it goes f j
,i a population of 60,- probably gu early evening is garnered, weeded out :

,000, and .has only one newspaper and we see before and composed by 'migttnight after accustomed to calling the "Campbell for the saying that her benefactions tll

Isis printed In Hebrew. In a speech the other day tJ't' that contains which they are six hours in which system of dry farming" consists simply will receive the plaudits of the world. .
Tillman said: "I take a I in the exercise of
-a most of whom would this half of the world sleeps and little ,
; J Pierpont Morgan has given $25-I feel like It and walk into a exalted position to real news develops, ,and in whicn I forcepatieace and tireless industry. It A resolution Introduced into the

r < *000 for the as much reverence as into CrilC: differs-in detail from the "good farm ,Michigan democratic asking
f rehabilitation of the San viz: Senator the wonderful story of tae precedingday convention _
E- p Francisco Y. M. C. A. with all. due respect to the man of great is printed and distributed. i ing" methods practiced and taught at i I for the resignation of Bfbn.'- Thomas
Some years"ago the *
hand the reins This is the genuine newspaper. The: I the agricultural experiment stations; I Taggart. chairman of the, national, ,; I

W. A. Miller and Milo Shanks, have the sobriquet of "Brave Ben, could be sheets that are flying around the I but the underlying principles are the t I democratic convention, was unanimously
:fit. Is living up to it. It same. .
been dismissed from the government streets all day long with headlinesin I voted down.

printing office at Washington. bravery, certainly, for a Harris of the Ocala thre -inch typ Y printed in red, yellow These principles are two in number. .,
tell his constituents that he First, to keep the surface of the land
known throughout or green, announcing sudden
.:.a Japan, is. letting contracts for 23 much reverence for a the state and would death of thousands of people the' under cultivation loose and finely put
This has for a church.-Pensacola verized. This forms soil .BAlJ11
warships. heathen nation is rap- for the guberna burning of entire cities and dreadful a mulch that YmmI

5 1 idly adopting. Christian methods. When a negro goes into a scandals In the best society-what are permits, the rains and melting snowsto
we have always noticed that
percolate readily
of Live Oak, a they? It would be flattery to call thema through the co -
There was so with his hat in hand pacted soil beneath and that "
over fifteen inches of and loyal citizen, mere pretense or a fake. They are at the
r rainfall in this section of Florida In not know that this was the hustling a man of journalistic billboards and nuisances. same time prevents the moisture I WITH SORE&[

July. That was raining' some. of United States senators. and business Chicago Chronicle. stored in the ground from being ; :

-, by his friends brought to the surface by capillary : .!
\ The shadow reports true of the Big crops bring low prices many attraction, to be absorbed' Would
by the hot Scratch
He would re Sets a Good Example. and Tear the Flesfc{
substance. There are no undoubtful tie crops bring high prices. <
L dry air. The second is to
keep the subsoil
vote from Alachua What .a London paper considers the Unless Hands Were TieaWastedt088ke1e ;
foreshadowings of your Inner self. ters give only what Is finely pulverized and firmly
most remarkable legacy on record is compacted
keep the people producing 01t"AIYftJ Suffen'ngfor 1
Health Officer Porter says there is J. Bryan, the never- that of a woman who bequeaathed six increasing waterholdingcapacity
to Reason. Come to
> no sickness In Florida of an alarming of land make prosecuting attorney. hundred pounds to a newspaper, "in and Its capillary attraction, Over Year-Grew Worse Under 1
s piece your
and placing it in the best
who' by the fearless recognition of having often possible Doctors-Skin Now Clear
nature and has not been at any time and be independent. Master my so
= during the summer. In which he ful been entertained by it" Millions of physical condition for the germination .
is unknown
an duties of his office. of seed, and the development of plant
people are daily entertained by the WOULD
Just think of a man in Alabama tion and resect of newspaper. It is their companionand roots. The "dry farmer" thus stores HAVE DIED

''i- freezing ,to death at this season of Emmett Robinson,. the He is a man friend. Its regular visits are water not in dams and artificial reservoirs BUT FOR CUTICURA.
__ stores man of Ocala, ;i
the year. But he, was locked In a cold day 'greeting local friends. and would no doubt looked forward to with eagerness : but right where it can be "

storage room.AttorneyGeneral., both with credit to and pleasure. When it fails to putin reached by the roots of growing "
inson who was represented My little son, when about a Jest ,
last state fair by an appearance the day Is Incomplete. crops. and a half old, began to have sorES
Moody is preparIng of Punta Gorda, Through these principles a rainfall come out his face.
of his own make will have One of the last ,friends that the average on I had a phy
".' ,to prosecute a numberof railroadsfor home from Europe person would part with is the of twelve inches can be conserved so skdan treat him,
exhibit at the coming fair.
: '!violation of the., Federal safety Times. soon start tie cam newspaper. And yet most persons effectively that it will produce better but the Then sores grew they

appliance laws. publishing his an- regard it as merely so much merchandise. results than are usually expected of began worse. to come on

still there's more to .Volusia County Record. an annual preciptation of twentyfourinches : .Q his arms, then 00
"It rains time
1 ; A twenty-four-hour bank has every you in humid 3 ta
: : opened Post. -- America. Tne disco, other parts of
.r for business In Chicago.. With the exception doors, is the way one Tom Watson has recently fired ai erer and demonstrator of these principles p body,and then and
pressed his disgust at the R chest
v of Sundays and holidays, it noted, 'the Ocala ten-column volley at Editor Pendle- deserves to Tank among the { I came on thee
tix conditions. But In the opinion worse
'i.; will be open at all times.- the rain is far preferable to apologist which ton of the Macon Telegraph..Tom is greatest of national benefactors. H "T\ others. Then I ea-

of the national very mad and explodes worse thana has not merely: made two blades of ed another physJ-
The five mines of the Boston and temperature whicn would elclan.. Still he At the end
in magazine. He don't want to be a grass ,grow where only one grew before grewworse. .
... Montana Company, at Butte Mont., were it not for the frequent possesses of about a year and a half of suffering
democrat but wants to participate in but he has made it
-Pensacola possible to he
f have been shut down because of a Tampa Times.A press. grew so bad I had to,tie his hands
strike. that the Ocala the democratic primary. We don't see cover with wheat and corn, alfalfa in .cloths at night to keep him from

to its party organ %a. why? No democrat would want fo and other useful crops, tens of thousands fromecratchingthesoresandtearmgtheflesh. .
contributor ,to the I
is a question of ve- participate in a populist or, republican of square miles of fertile landon got to be a mere skeleton, and
The Georgia voters seem to be all Brooksville Southern .Argus was hardly able to walk. My Aunt
democratic chair- primary or convention. A democratic which nothing but sagebrush, cacti advised and
r. me to try.Cuticura Soap
things to all the candidates. In every poetry" on the subject !
and the demo1 primary Is strictly a family af Kansas sunflowers and bunch grass Ointment. So great was her faith ia
county candidate sees his glades drainage. When
every own it that she of
has the court'records fair. are now found. gave me a small piece
flag floating and the flag of no other awakes to such a; theme, There Is Soap to try and a little of the Oint-
in his statements. nothing inimical to Irrigation
candidate sense will be expected to to mmt. -I took it homewithout nay
but his Russell Sage lived be nearly in the dry farming faith but
t back and sit down" and penchant movement to please her I tried it and
Currie Investment Company Is being St. Augustine Record democrats. ninety years old and accumulated Each has a wide field before it. In it u seemed to dry cp the sores a little.

r 4, 1 organized at West Palm Beach -- nearly ninety million dollars-a million many .regions it Is probable that a I sent to the drug store and got*
with I that an effort is un for every year that he lived, and combination of Irrigation and of the Soap and a box of the
Es0,00ocapltai stock to boom thelan In the early days of the' I dry Ointment and followed the directions
, 4r- s. (that.section, and, Incidentally our public lands were ., a criminal'court I yet when he died less than fifty people farming methods will be found des i and at the end of about two months '

sell them.The qublic If that On first blush with I attended his funeraL We have rable. By an economical use of the the sores were all welL He .has
lottery. were
i the matter much in- number never had any sores of kind sinc .
now I seen a largely greater attend water stored In reservoirs, in accordance U any

Post is' the name of a new paper rified.some We good are growing people would soy i ld say that with I an humble slave's, funeral. After all with dry farming principles, and and He I can is sincerely now strong and that only healthy for,

= ,- : justice of the peace's there is something more In this life by the say
that has just made Its 'appearance'at sometimes we think we are i conserving rains and snows your most wonderful remedies of
Alachua.. Alachua county. It too good. judge's court and a than the "almighty dollar." that fall In the soil as taught by; the precious child would have died from:

is wel printed, well edited and has they are about advocates of dry farming and drawIng take those of terrible sores I used only oM
--' Soap and
a good run jot patronage. Our good The editor thus paper that are reasonably Shot in' the back from ambush-As- only on the Irrigation ditches onlyto of Ointment. (siawd about) three wra.boxer Efe"

= frtena< Mr. Heckard one of the most the office of press Censor,,and berry Spicer, one of.the chief wit supply the deficiency, It Is;possiblthat e bert :Sheldon, R. F.:W' 1, Wood-

r artistic punters sin the state; Is one of a' recent publication, s nesses against :the Hargis gang; only irrigation reservoir maybe able ale Conn,April 2'2, 1905."

I t of the editors 'and owners. We, wish it be turned over to the' papers sold and sat. wounded this time, but-wen. the old to supply double or treble the acreage Twmr 0_,eve,E r'ter..r..d. rmer7d'rt..b boa 1DIue7"or tar I"*

the. paper every, success. the board of health. d by- the ,Postofflc methods are not yet obsolete InBreathitt.CourierJouraaL they can serve by the present, wasteful bjt,ale..C0.e4. rw.;,w .
.. of&),-IIe 1.4
x MatS4iq irta '..
," methods, and that the great zon .LrigtC.axp. .i'iup.B win. :
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S S -c < .: >* >"- --O--r.-<.V-i .:.,,j .. ,: -f"-:;.- .--" "_. ::; "- '..< ...;... -'"; ,
still ,eel ;morecar: "i4FORIIHAY'',EVER SUFFERERS. On GawrnmenL.'Plato ; \ .. A' Georgia x ,Bouquet 1 A true blue southern, girl Miss Ag. '
1apeople ----' having ,laid a brick s '
1 ne Lee, by 'name. whose home is in
Y i X 'Victim Obtains Good Results by path stood aside -to see : .FloridaIs not much ,unlike Georgia. Nashville, and who; claims kinship to "s

'are crying for v Avoiding Acid"Fruits. befall; the first 'man who She seems, to, want an .editor for a Gen. R. E. Lee was recently dis-
"Send. for Billy Bryan.Is governor. Hon. Frank Harris of the
over it said nothing, but
charged by a theater company becauseshe
: The .time'.ia almost at hand whenhay' way: "There," said the : Ocala Banner, is the most prominently refused to take in '
a part "Uncle
[ going; to show some. of fever conservative citizen th mentioned. A good choice, too. '
patients enter upon their 1s.a. ? it Tom's Cabin." Miss Lee is
arses'at'the' London. horse annual season of tortune.-.Being a, bone of our institutions!" Quitman .(Ga.) Advertiser.. girl but declares. she would rather poor '

victim of' rose cold'the same thing), The next one fell on his It is lose her position and sacrifice her ? 2
announced that Jeffs
the season of which Is now over, I railed upon the tetrarch. but Browne ambition than take in the pro.,
part ,
veil- .favors the 'abolishsites. may be a candidate against Hon, 8.M. <
want to offer I left the brick and went
a suggestion which on ductlon of the play she' detests- F
'She 7might'add the '' .. Sparkman. The Tampa statesman -
think my experience, this year has "That Is a good government ,. Pensacola News. z
need not give himself fearsas q'No
proved to be of value. said Plato.. "He will one any
plays nor books that have
-: ., a ,'
-r < to the vote of Marion: "Steve" is
F'/rae fanners in,"- middle 'Florida 'physician reasoned that as rose a Goo-Goo Club!" The solid this 'will reward tendency to estrange the sections: destroy '
cold and hay fever the broke his shins, and having up way. Marion
occur during
Fcomplain ,that grass is troublesome to the man that doe.things. the homogenity of our people -
summer when acid f"uits'are eaten in ; Plato removed the -
cotton..- upon and keep the old war sores open, ,
''}:' 1 ",-- Quantity r ought Jtb eliminate .strawberries the path. "That man," said should be encouraged.
Cot Albertus Vogt, discoverer of 1 I
'; ',.TheJ'anatchists of Russia have from my diet on the theory "is a' reformer; he believes "" ,
; phosphate in Florida and the
'"doomed.the" czar to, death, and be'will that, the strong acid of this fruit 'ye neite thinge.' courtly We call the attention of our esteem \
host of
,be slain' sooner or later.. .. . .working.. through the blood caused The Plato replaced the leading hotel, says ed contemporary, the DeLand Weekly
j that a sure remedy for the white fly
the irritation, of the.-. mucous membrane path. News, that Chairman Taggart cited
.., is to sow of beneath i '.
\, a pound copperas
f.2 ere are laws wlth; Jrdavteeth, peculiar to the disease. But a certain man came the court records to sustain him in .
each affected: < orange tree and
fh"pwwyer.,, like the dentist can al- Being very fond of strawberries, I when he stumped his toe he his contention. That seemed to ua t
follow this application careful
Fays. :-find something that, will extract had already: .eaten a great many and the brick and hurled it at conclusive. Besides Mr. Hearst,. who

:them. '. .; .1 had had considerable rose cold -when sopher.. "That" said Plato, cultivatiQQvPunta: Gorda Herald. originated this, -scandal against the

{' the suggestion' was made, but I acted dodged the brick, "is an ;! Speaking of gubernatorial material, ,democratic chairman, is displeased '

f -Carrabelle S is putting} ; frills.- .It upon it at once, as there remained he is.. dangerous to the a gentleman from Jacksonville saidin with a great many' other democrats

S. soon be .measuring strength, wijthrFernnadina about six weeks of my .season in (But he was not; he was 'our hearing the other day, that if prominent among whom are Mr. Bryan

Apalachicola and several which to make the test. The result nihilist) Translated from ; Florida wanted something smooth Mayor McClellan, Senator Bailey, .
[r.other seaport cities, ..1., was far beyond my expectations. by Bolton Hall, la Life, ..!:': I and clear-cut, Fernandina could pre- etc. and Mr Hearst himself Is run
,: ning, or want? to run, as an.independent
previous years as far back as I sent a man that would fill the bill in
|fWe call the attention of Solicitorryan "Our Common Language.Mr for governor of New York, thus
';", can remember I have had many bad the person of Arthur T. Williams.Tall .
$ of Jacksonville to the fact that spells of two or three days each in Whitelaw Reid, we anl erect in statue 'the gentle- hampering and destroying the democratic '

Florida is getting up a rain monopoly. June and several heavy attacks been the bis. party's chances foe success
very_ criticising growing ma? i* Just as tall and erect In
Wrought: to'b broken Hearst is not trying to get the democratic
$ up I .-
in this had but
July whereas
(year of day living, -
English journalists to every I't
I together.LANDS. .
f ; -- two very mild, attacks fix June, lasting ican slang. We read in a I party
'A. western contemporary predicts. -_ _. :
but one dayeach. ,and none worth -= --'In.r.-c'---: ; -.1
that he said that he would
\.hat the dramatized "Jungle; bY'Up- '
speaking of in July. '
the fields
,| Sinclair will soon be packing smoking-lava -
on ,
I know there ire scores of hay !ever about the comparative -
-'" .... .. patients' who are all through 'acting saffron and blue journalism, If you have. lands you wish to sell,-Lease orrehtj'or .
: was i laid to in chilled; on suggestions) and who nave resigned wished to deprecate the CQtl
[Tv Sage rest a if lands for farming grazing
themselves cheerfully or otherwise I a you want to buy -
!Steel coffin that cost $20,000. He did increasing, the deplorable
,, to their fate, and I have previously turpentining or lumber: purposes, -
loved of the
J pst, love steel; he gold. Why. English language

[Was it not .a gold coffin -, been in their, class, but it going on all the time, and to Write 'to. ,.
""** seems' to me' that I am justified in -
IK ii i inntThe some newspapers were
| ? Stetson trustees are toil urging_ this plan. upon thoi.Jho are, streets to pour out every ..

'wrangling.. We believe we had rather willing to make' the experiment f&gardinf The degradation he added BLOUNT REAL! ESTATE 00. -

tie. the iceman" than .a member of the fruits that are most usedin if in -'' S -
less threatening we oCAr'Q : t
a"i v squabbling board of university hay fever time.As'"strawberriee a, little less cordial ITA. ,

-trustees.-: ... s'eerti Co have caus- American slang. The ; a .. ...._....:- >Sri?
-4 ed my rose cold,. so m&.r p'ea'dies' ap- of the matter is that it .
.:, Miss Jefferson Bell persists In say- pies, 'pineapples'and other field fruits part ; FiNANCIALFACTS .' I
idioms of the states are so
-that the next governor will come and fruit Ice; cause or aggrava hiy I .
There is
s. ing. something I
n' west Florida. Does she include fever In each case some, particularfruit and .
breezy about them. They
' |fcju5ncy, the home of Attorney General 1 1't may be responsible' for makingthe to the root of things. After Accurately, Completely, arid Conveniently Presented.. --
iH iiin;, west Florida? blood less alkaline. ; J
,: spoken Of men as "lunching"
A trial costs nothing but a little New York Times Financial
Weekly Quotation Review. : I
iMrs.. Thomas F, Ryan. it Is reportrjrili'build many years, it is a change to
and self-denial, and I hope this
care .
F fi.d a fine hospital In TampaT them in Mr George Ade's
will the of who will
meet eyes some
We,hope the report Is true.. Therer "pronging.about forty cents' EVERY MONDAY. v
r I give it a fair trial from, the present
[ nothing 'in this world that can I The word "stunts" is ,
; time to the end of the'.season, and t
' nating. We like to read of
equal a good woman.
[ .. .. then report, through your columns.- SALES OF STOCKS, NEY YORK STOCK EXCHANGE '
a i "doing stunts. Also it is nice
p' reported that a, large,tract of i Anti-Sneeze in New York Times. that they sometimes "have Complete details of sales of stockn umberof shares sold, first high, low and .

I Iliad. In Florida, comparatively valueless Julia their cocoa," or "get. next ] last price, high and low price during current year, and range for pre -
< [ for other purposes, be util- B. Qaurterman. vious year. Amount of each issue'of capital stock outstanding With'par
may i Written for the Ocala Banner.. game for fair. The secret value.TIMELY S -
:tor a profitable growth of cam'r i The subject of this sketch was bornin charm of ,American slang is STOCKS.
trees.-Southern Farm Maga.of -
I Camden county Georgia in October essentially good-humored Stocks which have not been traded in during the week are : placedin
: 1832 and died at her home spirited. We take it In '
near a table by themselves, with date upon which they were last' dealt-in ..
same way as we take to
the new religion that Blitchton, July 22, 1906. and price of sale{ range for the year. and dividend and capitalization ,
Mrs. Quarterman was a .Miss Bar phrases. But it is a :
las adopted ex-Secretary GageS stistics. .
:/''F t those that ,like that kind nard and was married to Capt. L. S. should. be treated as such. BOND TRANSACTIONS ON THE NEW YORK: STOCK EXCHANGE.Total ,

?.1'thingV, that is the kind of thing Quarterman in Bryan county, Georgia Globe in sales, high; low, closing. and last'bid and asked nrices for both active

.therUk. :: ;' in 1862.Captain Something Doing bonds and Inactive bonds, :as well as government I and state-bonds.
{ and'Mrs. Quarterman came 'f'F. OUTSIDE SECURITIES. -

,''-'Governor-., Broward. has now .a "red. to Florida in 1885, and located near Another rip-roaring Latest quotations, with capital and divident rates of the greatest .

t""'>.organ In the Mercury, recently the place at which' she died.Mrs. been started in Florida, this New York banks trust and surety companies, gas companies, ferry! -

r. feed at 'DeLand. J.- Hall BrumIsXie I Quarterman was a sister o' DeLand, under the name of companies insurance companies street, railways, and shares of many ,

J; editor of the. ambitious, pub- the late Mrs. Demere, who was way senger of the gods, The Industrial and mining concerns, ,and of railroad and industrial collateral .

ation. Claude L'Engle will have' to known' in this vicinity. Hall Brumsey, an trust notes with dates of maturity. interest and approximate. yield. .

:.out 'or be may lose his spurs.. Mrs. Quarterman leaves two children paper man, is editor and 1 DECLARED DIVIDENDS. {V

s' '1 'Ii -- Mr. B, S. Quarterman and Mrs. and he has started right in : I Standing and continuous, record of dividends declared during each, ..

!Governor Higgins of .New York, Anna Belle Scriven; two sisters, Mrs. former of the Claude week, with date of opening and closing of books, date of payment,

X recently ,made 'a remarkabnle' seech. Hines and Miss Clifford.Barnard. and supporting the admi : amount and date upon which stock must be held in order i

[Hrsaid: -that the graft in, Washing- one brother, D'r. Fuller' Barnard, of tearing the hides off those to secure the dividend. -
;t tim's day would not be tolerated in St. Mary's Ga. it. Well, we are glad that OUT OF TOWN STOCK EXCHANGED I r

'."'ese" ,times. Every. indication points Mrs. Quarterman united "with the of summer journalism in Reorts of transactions of stock exchanges of Philadelphia, Baltimore,

:..,; tie fact that we are growing bet. Baptist church in 1849, and remaineda banished by the existence, Chicago, Boston and other cities j -

,er ;;in every way. consistent member of that church ence and daring of John G. RAILROAD EARNINGS. '
I '
until her death.In Monthly returns of all railroads and industrial '
-:-- of the Tallahassee True the great companies :

[aWe. "would' very much 'dislike to go the death .of Mrs. Quartermanher Claude !{L'Engle of the : carefully tabulated. ,' :.

, ever" this state. making, a campaign children lose a devoted mother, Sun, Albert Williamson, of BANK CLEARINGS-NEW YORK AND OUT OF TOWN. r

'" ,or or against the drainage scheme. her brother and sisters a loving sister sonville Floridian, and J. Table of clearings of New York City banks. New York bank statement _

STe'.would rather endure another sea- and the community' one whose sey of the DeLand ; clearings of banks of principal cities of the country for the proceeding

k "4i' ':: f, rainy' weather. The drainage place cannot be- filled."A would caution them, however week; statement of banks of England, France Germany; .table.:; '

' iiemeJs, so dreary and monotonous. FRIEND" follow too closely in the giving daily quotations for call and time money through the week, and ., .
: \.)believe will discount the tariff. -_. rates of S 4
It- --- the meteoric Wm. C. Brann, sterling exchange, s

;':-# Snares for Beauty in New Treatment. Iconoclast-Punta Gorda CHRONOLOGY OF THE WEEK. .. =

The.United Spates, received fifteen A beauty specialist revealed to an ----- Records events in the financial markets of special Interest to',those

iidred, bids for: her Panama canal Express representative on Saturdaythe The Awakening.We who owing to the nature of their business, must. follow the course of ".

,ids, :while Russia's loan went begg. hand of steel width is concealedin sat together on a these markets. / ,

F .,, There. is a ,big difference in a the velvet glove of the profession.The And heard the chubby Sample Copy on Request 4

'-patriotic: government and a romantic titles of the "violet ,preachOf Annual Subscription '$1.00; With Serviceable Binder, $2.00 $

evolutionary! one. The canal bonds rest cur or the "rose leaves steeped love's sweet strife.In

averaged, ,- '103.94.. in dew" complexion lotion disguise ecstacy I" clasped her to THE NEW YORK TIMES, :

!, .- ,a'common sense so stern that "Dear one,"- I cried, "seek '

: .A Very High Compliment even to hint at it to a patient would peaceful rest 'All the News That's Fit to Print." -

.::".A.Jlow me to say, ** says a reader be fatal. < For'life?" :;' .

the'-Banner writing from Atlanta, "For instance, a hysterical patient 'Ah, yes!" she cried, and Times Square. New York City, N. Y. '

:at. 'next to the Atlanta Georgian. consults me about a wrinkle on her throbbing heart. Y

:. %'whlch I am connected, the Ocala forehead and crows' feet. 'round her Our- blended souls can .

r. aer.'is the best paper in Georgia eyes," the specialist said. "Bridge and apart, W. A. KNIGHT. L. E. LANG.

y rorIda. We like it." late nights are. the real cause, but It My love, my qwn!"
l,: is more than our profession ,is worthto But when September came

f Mls>-'Jefferson Bell the finest pollS tell her so. Instead I recommendher gust peach ANNOUNCEMENT. -

S- :',ate\. :.. : the capatal, says that .the to go to bed at 9 o'clock every Went back to town and left I

it' ..governor.. pf this state will come night and fouow the 'violet rest cure.' beach
west Florida. Now watch the po- "She must bathe in warm water Alone.
'.' :immigration to that part of the perfumed with violet toilet vinegar; Perrine Lambert in We have Just purchased the Wagon and Harness business of Messrs.
S. A. Standley & Company, and propose to add to the stock of goods everything ..
Mr.'T; A. Jennings has already recline afterward on a couch, robedin -x-' .
"Moral that is needful to make it aCOMPLETE LINE In every. sense of s
: : : there from Jasp r. He is the a.violet scented tea gown, with her BurJdozing.wMr. .
the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons on the mar '
Wallace :
violet Nesbitt a
rl1 bird"i' i.ead resting on a, pillow of
I ket also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety
has been of

while her maid
leaves massages Ii of vehicles either of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.We 3
,Besides.. those named as having ate 'cream of 'violets' into.her skin al bulldozing of missionary Invite the puglic to call and see our display of
<. -ded''!: the meeting of Confederate "The wrinkles disappear, however women." The phrase is an r

k .'rilns. Monday morning, we noted because she goes to bed at '9 o'clock. one and a lot of harassed High Grade Buggies; Serviceable Carriages, ,. ..

>":fallowing persons in from tlie.J1trri' The debutante with the sallow thank the legist for coining Unexcelled Wagons, Harness, aLan -j\

drew Jackson Snell, G. D. skin lies in bed until noon. We advise they can convey to others : Robes Etc., Etc. .
remembered .
Holly M. Griffith, P. L. her.tQ'rise at 5.a.. m., collect the dew,. terms a correct .

, Mrs. Cheney. from across steep in It some freshly gathered rose what ails them.'Ufr'may even : MAIL ORDERS WILL ALWAYS HA VE PROMPT ATTENTION. 1

petals, and wash her face in'. the lo- a reform arising out of a : '

s' tion. that a man shall be is Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.

his earlier days." says the "The patient who\.is growing stout moral dulldozing by women .

Title, American of Senator-to-be would refuse to walk two miles be-_ the circle of his own We are Always In Position Meet the Prices of Legitimate Competition.

r,' Bob officiated as fiddler at a tore breakfast unless 'we prescribed a treat Gazette.
puncheon-floor In the We Sole for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine -
shindigs walk'to a certain meadow, a mile distant are Agents

i settlement, bat he can talk to gather, an infallible herb for The newspapers of the : and Farm' Wagon.Xnight -.

lie more eloquently than massage purpos ."-Buffalo Express. saying some mighty nice -
roan," This Is bad news; Frank' Harris for governor.

;3 are'plenty of talkers, but no When, it, cant 'do' anything else in editor merits them'all I, -' & La1lg;

i to the United; States senate.1 Florida It. rains. There Is always make Florida an ideal ( ,

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WAf mttTOW LfTTtftHwwi great_ ,.. Ptk, the ,fOrce8..b1, ; RICH. i'CRGAS'GRlNUER> D1ES. i i I n Metheri"t&mgressiatExpwttion., :t. ..,jwill. ?,,; cMilraIrSouthern-Copper'Br s
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the:labor'digputew' ,\1 .: ;:!:: > "Norfolkr' a,t Aug :9-Jane;251907. ; Y

i PMt>f end In he'Prea ,"of. wheels?witb ( ;wheels, Ground*:O4'"Rock; of Ages". and("Jesus i bejjNational" 3dothers' Congress

d>nt -JianMi *0n Doer" yet'no party; 'lines: have'-been lov r-'of.My-. Soul, More day"atr.the; :'the Jamestown exposition. ;t

> TWrntn hnd Hit Pitchfork.Aog. : This new Issue. fortunately is Than a Million 'Times.- II The mothers congress will session Works

complicated for easy compre for. nearly a..week next year at

4 .peeai Cerreaotldenee Walton ; 7,1901 for 'while the. American Fed Special" to the, Ocala 3anner.: the big'celebration held on the Manufacturers Turpentine Stills;

of Labor is 'entering 'politics. New Rochelle. N. Yw Aug." &.-After shores of Hampton Roads, near Norfolk -
Th trust, if It may be eo '
the 'position .of the J- Workers.Old
abed it the Utest to see the bran- having ground out his favorite hymns, and General Metal .
in the labor market, the A building has been provided for
___j db&tef of the big stick, although this "Rock of Ages" and "Jesus,. Lover of
Citizen's Association 'ac
the convenience of mothers and children
time the president being on hit vacation to the statement of the pres-, My Soulmore than a million .times, ,.'and. the first official act of the Stills taken in exchange new ones. Patching

it ii done is aa unofficial man- ; Post, will work to enable Melcher Wideman, believed to be, the mothers' congress will be to'open this 'through-the country specialty. Orders by mail ,orFwire j

ner. Mr. RoowreH'a public statement ; to sell his labor as he richest organ grinder in the United. edifice formally. The sessions of the / will receive prompt attention at either of thfollc # \:

to the effeet that both Mrs. Rooseveltad irrespective of unions. Just States, Is dead. congress will be held in this building ing works ;, ." -
Waetf are strongly opposed to .
this may lead to is hard to For twenty-eight. the aged organist which is, built in the form of a : ;
the !sale or wearing of af&Tettee-the Is still two years to the next played at the entrance toGlen colonial cottage,, though much larger '
toft plumw'of the white heron ;||
young ,
election, and those who Island, John H. Starin'sbig summer than most cottages. Nothing will be

-will bring Joy to the hearts of all looking for a new issue resort at New Rochelle, It) Is estimated la king' for the, comfort of mothersand JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE, All1
member of the Audubon societies! v
that during that time he collected
the time-honored tariff children. Being on the shore of
and !t' is hoped hate a practical effect may'yet 'find it' in this' the from $50,000 to $75,000 in nickels Hampton Roads, on- the northwest 'S

in presetting to the southern development, 'since the forces and' pennies from excursionists. corner of the, grounds, there will al: SHOESWe
.. state in which they are found the
are not to be overlooked. The music was so doleful that several ways be plenty of cool, refreshing. air
herons which are being slaughtered
Tillman and the watch- times the millionaire owner of blowing, in from the' famous water
for these plumes. In Louisiana, and congress being absent from Glen Island tried to force the old man A is .
way. spacious' playground adjacent
-.K especially Florida, the destruction of Washington has fallen' into to change his location, but, he. had a ., in which children can play and can Save You Money Qj

the herons for their highly prized of a trust. Not a com license from the city, and as he was romp, with much to delight them

feather bas been carried on at such American trust-the on city property he refused to budge. close at hand. Mothers who cannot
rate that unless checked it baa Shoes for the Entire Fam-
a father makes but one run Although Wideman was blind, he leave their children at home will find K

been shown that his peaceful and inoffensive Chinamen,who seems to knew by instinct when a crowd was in the mothers' and children's build-

_ bird would shortly be exter assimilated the teachings approaching, and as each car and boat
attendants' who skilled in the
ing are
minated. Now that the president has country which bars them out landed its passengers at Glen Islandhe art of making children happy, with v ily. Call on Us.
himself against
I so strongly expressed started his old The
combinations aims at noth wheezy organ.
whom they can leave their children
the wearing of these plumes, It In believed "
than a monopoly of chop suet, result was invariably a shower of interest ,
while they enjoy the many

chance that to survive the heron, instead has of a following good. is known indeed, as the'Chop coins. It is said that during the busy ing features of the exposition, with W. f J. Chambers Shoe CompanJII !

beastsof The price x>f the neces- season the old man's, earnings aver- every assurance that the little ones
so many of the birds and
into oblivion Mr. life is way up; only the very aged $25 a day. are being well provided for.
this, country
obtain birds' nest and When Glen Island was closed he
soup, TEe is hundred
Roosevelt expressed himself on the cottage sixty by one
gal soon main is be- met the trains at the New Haven
feet, and its wide sloping roof
with characteristic frankness,

-I' subject and, with Mrs. Roosevelt feeling ass means With congress of all except away the the railroad off they station were and greeted as the commutersgot by the fa- of and comfort gables and windows coziness are in suggestive every out E A BOA K P

"if strongly
he says, anything more
miliar sounds of the On
organ. nu-
may well continue all sum- line. It is of the thoughtfulness
an example ,
than be does, it, looks as if the heron
whether the president will merous occasions people'pleaded with
continue to adorn its southern of the exposition _managementin
Investigation seems doubt him to cut them out and put in a few providing for the comfort of those Air Line Railwavi;
home instead of the heads of societyin
view of the already strained rolls of ragtime, but he refused'to lis-
the historical
who will visit great exposition -
Washington, at leastFor between the two nations ten to suggestions of this kind as he next

the everlasting- food of the by the Chinese boycott. Mean said that he had found that religious year. Roanoke Va. and !

local Chinese restaurant pro- music, although doleful, was more effective -
New Portrait of Lee.
race, Dr. Wiley, the astute investigator ,
members of the trust., which in arousing sympathy than
of chemistry Mr. George B. Mathews, the noted :
1 at the head of the bureau airs.
to spread its tenacles over the
painter of large decorative studies; is
is beginning a gumshoe quest country draw on their dope Five years ago he yielded slightlyto
engaged on a mammoth canvas whichis
totJ*? !?. brave men who.. commencing and aplaude the wis-. persuasion and bought the roll to be exhibited at the' Jamestown

next October, will become voinntary western civilization. "Onward, Christian Soldiers," whichhe 2260. .
1 exposition in 1907. The'picture, which .
added to his repertoire and con
e members of .his. "poisonsquad" will represent General Lee surrounded -
y in Waterbury, Conu., named tinued to play until his death. ,
for a series of experiments to by the members of his staff, is to .. ,/ .,
., is performing very cur Wideman was 76 years old, and lost "
the human be eighteen feet in length and nine 4
determine the effect on '
Among other things he! his sight in a railroad accident on "
stomach of certain chemicals. The feet high. The stretch for this enormous Tickets on sale 12th and 18th, with anfil limit August .31st Exit
on his head. He is. supposed Staten Island. In late years he was *
y government generously undertakes to canvas has been specially con sion may be had upon application. S ee ticket agent,: ?
assisted by his wife, who,carried a
_ board these twelve men free, provided structed for Mr. Mathews, so that it
large tincup and collected the money. JOHN DOZIER, Agent, W. W. CONDON, City Ticket Agent,.
what Dr. can be taken apart and the picture
they eat nothing except
The aged couple worked together un- '
with the muck-raker, who de- -
s Wiley gives tnem, in his endeavorsto when Mrs. Wide- shipped without danger of)injury; OCALA,. FLORIDA.
he may'create \ til two years ago,
j in order that
determine just what is and what The portrait of General Lee and his

Is not"harmful to the human stomach ] for his goods! man 'died.Although. he is supposed to have staff will be exhibited: in .the department S. C. BOYLSTON, JR.,

in the line of chemicals, preservative been worth $50,000, the blind man of Fine Arts, which will embrace Assistant. General Pass.:, Jacksonville: Fla.I .
and otherwise. This la not Dr. Wiley's the exhibits of paintings, draw. r *
feared that he would spend his daysin
joined "The, Don't
first poison squad, his previous investigations : woman ings, engravings, sculpture, architecture
I the poorhouse. Two weeks he
Club and then worried her-
in this line having been landscape design and photogra

_ noised abroad, .but this year, instead I death about the payment of became'seriously ill and was forcedto phy. In order that only ,the very best S
his for He
lay aside organ good. \ ,
of selecting his men. indiscriminately, I works may be placed in, this ,
was removed to St. Joseph's.nospital,
test when it begins In October department, a. jury will be appointedto
the in Manhattan, where he died today. ,.
will,, be made on employees of the the glory of the battlefield in- pass 'upon the admission of each y
old had relatives, and
j : The man no =-
of In this : more' than the temptations of exhibit. 'S
bureau chemistry only. way
0'0 it is believed that he had, willed his
It is hoped that the enthusiasm of ease. Catholic Mr. Mathews has Quite a reputation
savings to the Roman
martyrs will-be brought to the cause church. A priest took chargeof the for portrait painting, as well as for r r0 !j

through personal interest The men J. L. Ross, of Dunnellon, and larger decorative work. For. sometime I
body, and it will be buried in New
will be required, however, to give B. Maynard, of Rock Springs, Rochelle. he has been connected with the

{ _. their word that they will consume in Ocala Wednesday. Corcoran ''Art Gaiiery, in Washington, So4w.

.k nothing',except from the menu of Dr, of Sorrento D. C.
__ Bohemian 'all Mrs. Mattie: C. Borden, .
is'always r-
,: for. in the their predecessors = --
i V ley, past Florida, has a sisal hemp in bloom.It .
who don't have to live Still Wants To Be Governor *
: of viands those Mr. Hearst *
.. known to partake ,
were is a native of Yuccatan, Mexico, ; ** 0
elsewhere. step which, while not Central America and the West In- of1 New York. cbaO41
Mr. E. T. Byington editor and publisher -
harmful for them, was dies and closely resembles the century

\ .' tough' on the experiments. The food real secret of a happy life is plant. The life of the plant is six of the Miami Morning News, is
house 'one's far as they will of most modest industrious
given at the scientific boarding. powers as or seven years. If the leaves are cut one the ,
_ ," will be the best afforded by the markets back it lives for eighteen years. The and deserving men in the journalisticranks .

nothing being used that in its bloom is very beautiful and after it of Florida. The edition that he .

natural'state could make any healthy day is, the-summary of the blooms the plant dies. printed in honor of Miami's tenth anniversary

F person IllIt'ls'only the .chemical ad. and -,you are' apart. of, the to- and the East Coast extension -

ditions made by ,pro Wiley that will John D. Rockefeller still loves his was a most creditable publication (L 0'r'

_ cause an' occasional feeling of sea- .. Sunday school; still talks to his Bible and set forth the advantages and ,

r sickness, but as it is .all'done in the is the only power: of the hu class, still upholds the glory and possibilities of the east coast sectionin f

.Interest of science; and the pure food that grows by absolutely grandeur of his country, still gives to a most attractive and captivatingway. .

f :. ,' law_'the 'results will undoubtedly be itself away. charity, in his religious faith still This edition of the News was :
x ;worth while. holds to the doctrine "of the fathers. sent broadcast over' the country and SAILINGS, EACH WEEK .

_ __. wealth generates no hap- Gauged by the standard of measurement 'in all probability will reap' a rich harvest

Whether the much heralded open And yet. we enter the race- of the church and the world, i, for Miami and its environments. S BETWEEN fy> I
-y door policy, of Japan is really to one of us. .
theer are many men th stanNf Iwe..salute Editor Byington for the '
is question Jacksonville and New York
a, amount to anything a there are many worse men than old I big success of this edition .

_ 4' ,', which: is at present troubling foreign wealth, like extreme pov John Rockefeller...Indeed, few. meas- ,- r

:. merchants; according. to reports just an atmosphere ladened with ure up to his standard. An Ocala Banner correspondent is '
Calling at Charleston S.
received at the consular bureau. poison. telling the city council that they 0., both Trays. ,
While Uncle Sam is engaged in. waging We are told there are ,one hlundred ought to quit cutting weeds by hand SE2V1G2.

: i war upon rebating the Japanese next legislature wants t o, and forty-nine applicants for the office and get a mowing machine. That's -

_ ... government, according to these .reports a genuine, favor on the p Coof prison inspector. This is point right; Orlando was in the woods during -

'F, '. Is engaged, through' the publicutilities Florida it can be done b y. blank evidence that the office is looked I ,the summer until she got such a THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN USES]

which ',controls, In *' the "professional juror" upon as a sinecure. But to our machine and it has paid for itself a 1

giving' for the espectial benefit of him out of business.Why way of thinking it is a most important hundred times over, besides substituting FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN

few' .articles. Having 'acquired i I one and should be filled with the a fine growth of grass for the Jacksonville, Boston and Providence,

Manchurian railway, the government I very best material in the state. It old-time weed.-orlando StarReporter. # and. all Eastern Points.

;- it is, stated, immediately needs a fearless, humane, incorruptible '

_ a "special .discount 'otherwise' I man., One who will give a good -. Calling at Charleston Both Ways.

asa- rebate; on tobacco; 'which .is itself I I name and not a "black-eye" to our A son'of 'Abraham in New York city .SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS J f::

,a. government monopoly, and I state institutions. quit his ,wife because she grew too .
few other commodities. That fat. He, is a dapper little fellow and .
_ Y should discriminate_ in favor of 'h -!I August sixth was the. hottest' day was afraid his wife would 'roll over SO:1thbC'na.: ......:............... .....................................r..... rrcm Lswls' Warf, Bests1ftrtttoaad

own goods makes, foreigners apprhens Is Our BusinessGrowigg New York has experienced in twen- on him and smother him to death.. ...................._...:............:...Ftca foil ei Catherine Street, Jasvoan2.!
of the of the open
ve fate ty-five years. Fourteen persons succumbed
'.. policy, and incidentally shows ? to the heat and one hundred The Georgia peach season' was unsatisfactory 'ClydeSt Johns River'Line.

Y the serious problems in the way S were prastrated. Thousands slept out throughout. The rains

: government ownership* of .public utilities Because doors at night. It was not that bad caused ,them to ship in bad order.
have Between Jacksonville
we and Sanford
the largest peach ship- _
1 are likely hardships i> down here, but it was likewise a very Georgia. now

J Japan and lay that country open want. Keep hot day.. ping state in the Union. Stopping PaUtka, Astor, Beresford ( DeLan!) and Intermediate

4 the ever present criticism of Laaiiap *a St- Joins Sirer
.- the best arid keep it Ex-Governor Jennings will attend
politics,_and business.. The of Massachusetts is .
governor Steamer ,
the Bryan homecoming in New York, City of Jacksonville "
said to be the "star" the f '
r- : in a sanitary condition on stump.
*a The newest and most August 30thr His headquarters will are appointed to SaD .is follows: leave Jacksonville daily, except Sat u4lw no 1'0>*
The ,, of Florida has leave
governor a RebinU1g. Saolord
the dally sundyya .
; al9
political development-that' is the and best of all be at. Fifth Avenue hotel. v =30 L m.
-:'. : *"**' -' ,weget greater task tahn ever before him.
1 'nouncement which has just re
-h"""; : S 'this(city that the. National Citlz it to you when) He is advertising for postage stampsto The seashore resorts near New SooUi-Bonnd Read Down SCHEDULE North-Bound
send out literature with which to Read up
if Association is going Into' politics I York city are now so :crowded that it -
: 1\ want it. the scheme.
you popularize drainage
--j fight 'the newly .entered rgani? is almost impoossible to find'stand Leave J 30 p. m. ....-_ ..-w-- Jacksonville ..?..,.. ,_ ..-._ ...:... Arrive a oo
: 8 45 P. m'S. Palatka> .._. ,
American ing ,room 'on the beach.Market ? a. I.eaye_ 8 00 :' .3
e of Mr.- Gompers, the Fed : ---Wa-- ,_
There's "Tim" Sullivan, the York con- 3 a. m. "'-- Astor _____ i
a reason. New : ""' "'- .... .
*,'j eration of( Labor-is being .- --""-- ..-..._St. Francis_....._._._ .::;.__ H t
I ,_ .' gresman has resigned It is said he reports: from 'New :York in- arrive 8 39 a. ta. _..... -_. Sanford .._.,.,___ __,_ 3Q-aa-1'i;: :,:=:
S on all, sides by-!the,16cal "seers ;JVIW Try'us' andsee. was only' in the seat during the last dicate the biggest apple: yield in thehistory 10 oo a.m. --- __ ,..-,Enterprise-?._ ....:... .....-.';.. .... ..... 10 9 oo a.t*'if't .,
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': signed. He is an example for Depew ., --.
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HJNOAYr 'CLOSING.. AT :JAMES. R EM EDV';FOR. 'WH it E; 'FLY: ; I OF 'T"HE" I 'Rich i in. Blessin'(, s. .. "_,''I..' :" .,; z- $'._ ". > :.t. .:,.. ": '..$i"A. .

::' ':>:" TOWN. ,. _. I ,gplf links in: the, t ,
r:" A .For i' Grower< A, Very, Pretty Compliment and
; : Experience Ocala.
.'aces' of. the ,Exposition' :1 Not rTd Be 'K With This.Pest ., That Is Highly Appreciated..It fljtias
,' 1- .-woods in Florida dre Go To TfleBesi il
**' s
bi Sabbath--This Ques::
\ ,tioh Settled, by Government Bartow, .Fla, July 20,1906.--To, :The t body of water in .the
than, the sword. True, : .
( 'Requirement._ I,Packer;.In your issue of the 7th, Inst. .,. '"' Ocala. '
the "in -
was by phrase
Jy '"fr -- 'cPis tioned "Warning as to White Fly,''" lake-In Florida is In

Mpial to ,Ocala Banner? hands of the truly great but'whtlber hour's run. from;Oc la. ( PIIIPS! .'
published an, extract from the Lees- ana PlaUft'd
jt Norfolk. Va., Aug. 4--rhe. unusual- I the quill driver reaches this pinnacle hills in Florida are :
burg Commercial,. etc. believe I. have .
problem of Sunday open or not he"at rate wields *
.... ; Yrexat1ous : any _
\If....: I a sure cure for and preventive of t inland town in Flot
: c'tng' at; an ,exposition has been 'deft- I ; potent, influence. X- :
this pest. In 1890 my "Mary-yirginla .- -
: j. "tt telY settled and eliminated very Especially Is this true in Our Edibles and 'Drinkables
grove" at Ocala, conceded, -At that lands in Florida are
rly In the 'case of. the .Jamestown for the writer, who has traveled
... time to,be the, finest and most profitable
,: ". exposition-near. Norfolk. Va, ,which.... I 16-acre orange grove in Florida, or less and has had to do with cantaloupes and water- are as Clean and Pore as '
'will'open' on the 26th of next ,April papers of. many states; firmly., in r Florida are near.

>\z -: e'gates will be closed ,on Sundays. had four extra good manadrin trees that the Floridian -press- Pure Food Laws couldimagine '
badly blackened with white fly, and stock farm in Florida any
The board of the the country 'Weekly- is conducted .
of governors
'. with L
scarcely any fruit on any of .
: as-early as May 15th last, recj a higher plane of intelligence, is "
them be.
,; them. That brainy and splendid woman roads in Florida are out to '

j Commended; to the directors that the ,., Mrs. C. &:: Drake, of ,Yalaha, a free from moral contagion, is : .
.,... "exposition' be closed on Sundays, and by abler minds and pens than '
famous and successful t '
; orange grower; progressive up-to-date Our establishment has
; of other state of the Union r'
r ;This recommendation was, :adopted on was looking over my grove with my press any. 'are' In Ocala. :. '
:: ; of the same month, before and hence has more sway and : ,
y tnt..28th wife and self and
good noticed the in
ic high school Flor
:: 'any.official request, from the state of blackened mandarin trees: and said to as, a thought and opinion moulder. : F r been refitted according to =
there is anything lacking in the ::
''f .'Virginia, or from the United States .
me; put one pound of pulverized : and prettiest
." Had been received. The ida fourth estate it is in unity of .women ,
government, copperas pn the surface, around each are in Ocala. Sanitary Measures and the
the'act pose the community of interest.
provided''for In or .
agreement, if '
o. tree wil rid them of the fly. little daily and weekly
p,1 congress appropriating funds by the This was January.. The next day makes for the common 'weal This Florida' are in Ocala xj
in it
f' Jamestownexposition, which was strikingly manifest by some laws only thing remained :
; I applied the copperas, and>as i had '
':" the statute books relative to ,
'signed, the officials and
by exposition Solved. \
t an irrigating plant in the grove to Mystery I < -< '

jp =by*,the ,secretary of the treasury a facilitate matters, I wet it in thor- and it was mad manifest by'the : keep off periodic attacks I j "Old and Matured"are our .

few was merely a formal ger attendance at the recent and habitual ;
| <; days ago oughly. To my great joy in about"month a constipa :
rrK ratification of the action taken by the there was not white of the State Editorial Association mystery that Dr. King's
a fly on
', 'board' o f governors of the fair. Ocala solved for me," writes I j jOur '
any of the trees and they were a Whiskies Wines
'' '' Beers.
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.: And speaking of the "Brick
:. The Sunday closing arrangement mass of blossoms and bore, for the of Magnolia,. Ind. ,
recalls that it- is the home of :
to satisfactory, to all ls that
'appears;, four.trees, 43 boxes of beautiful bright are guaranteed ,
,|> classes. For those who:,wish to attend oranges in that year.I Nestor of newspaperdom in the satisfaction to ever '

=t:church services Norfolk and her sister -, am asking you to please kindly of flowers and sunshine. He( has refunded. Only 25c at way of doing bus :;"

..' dtles..afford ample opportunity, prominently mentioned as amongv store. .
% publish this letter in The Packer, for .
1!* :their, churches of the various denominations on account of its great. popularity probabilities in the next ness is. the same courteous :,

'f: '', being suppUed with able past am sure by the way of its columns is race.Who Methodist Reunion. / ,- '..,,f "

,:J"te'rs. Several of these church edifices the more ,fitting? Ocala Banner: '
shortest-and quickest route to the and appreciative mode
',- possess pinch historic Interest. St. fruit growers of Florida, California Where iIt all the Peninsular Pa., Aug. 3.-A great we :, ;

Paul's Episcopal church, in Norfolk, is there one who could more, reunion Js being held to-
f .and the West, Indies.To .
of the most interesting struct- more felicitously and withal Park, under the have employed for and : ;
'.,"iia', one' continue when I leased this au {I. years $
America. more dignity discharge the duties t :
\ ,1 and has been a place the exalted office of governor of this state. The reunion favors.
;, years ago orange grove surrounding the hotel bestowed ''
,=:rf<0f continuous worship by the devout and in the grounds was black with this urbane southern gentleman morning with a sermon. any upon : ;

>'Virginians through Colonial, Revolutionary the old school and to the manor born a meeting in the after- .-
white fly and was bearing only a few will receive strict and
By ripened years of us ,.. ',
'. : and civil war times to the rusted and blackened oranges and in the evening. In- i :;

1. The church itself bears the quired in the most exacting of s will be delivered '
; Present '
grapefruit.. In January of 1905 I
applied -
grlm: marks of war. On New Year'sidayj a pint of, pulverized copperas to callings where tact and talent, I also be an interesting prompt attention.Our :

'_, ; 177(5( the very year of the decla- the surface of the earth under each cretion and diplomacy alike are } :

? Pration of independence, a cannon ball tree and ,gave: the trees thorough cul site he is eminently equipped. constant aim is "TipPlease -' '
: ;
:7flred'fcom 'a ship of the British Lord tivation. The trees are now free from By a life time of Christian, Lemon Pie. ; =.

:-;= ?;,Dunmore's. fleet, bombarding .the city, white fly and are laden with beautiful worth true to the highest ideals rounding teaspoon of "' "

-;-.";...-'}<' .aas:,, lodged in the' brick wall high up bright fruit ed by generous impulses and the in .a little cold water, Try us and *.be'on' L::

>, est charity, he is entitled to the of boiling water and stir .
:, f r'"the'eaves., This cannon ball repains In the rear of the hotel and acrossa \ / ,* *; < '>
est office in the gift of the Add a rounding '
vinced. ,
fir. *
where the ship's gunner placed i *'
sixty-foot wide street there is also :
r And in the prime of'matured butter, one beaten egg; .: ,
; ,t130"years/ ago. Year's ago it became an acre of large and old ,orange trees.I v- -
\, .loosened and fell out, but .it was. put he is ably qualified to perceive two more the juice of '. '
; have the care of the north half of
;back.'in .place and, secured- with.mor' this acre-lot, and applied to each tree and would be equally keen to Bake in one large plate Respectfully yours, : ; :; r:
graft. The grafter who would paste. Cover the top with
: upon
-jj tar-A small square cut in the ivy thatBgrows In February last one pound of pulverized
venturesome enough to approach made from the whites of :
;over the church walls shows That half ot'the -* :
copperas. grove with an unworthy proffer hope 'stiff, with two round STRAUSS & CO': :
|/pt{ancient war relic,' which Is'point, Is free from fly and the other half in

S ed,out to every Visitor' who walks the same lot black with their depos- have a pet project escape his vi of powdered sugar. ,: ,

|Palongr\Churcn in' Norfolk with lance would be as rash as he in a very cool oven._ .
street ''
fe, its.The would flaunt, Ila matador, a red Wholesale and Retail Liquors ;
,local'friends., Over the roof of thisffinepjd large trees of my good friend ; -
ket before an angry bull with Hon. W K. Zewadski .
church oaks interlace and' '
neighbor jusj across the street
fence to jump over, tree, to climb, that they arrived safely .. .
than.20o'years -
their bows. A
graveyard more "
and north of the Hotel Phoenix: 'f'f'
hole to crawl into. Ilinois, arid that they ,
: old ,is attached to thechurch. grounds, have', had no copperas and # .
"In union there is strength"- and happy. Mr. Zewad- .
... .' Many of the tombstones. have; are full of white fly. But best proofof is''Room 208 Farmer's -- r--o---".

en flat, others are'leaning and still all that.. have to offer' is watching should not the fourth estate in T-:"::' ',: ,::;.-.:-:,::; :'::::: _,",, '>, :'. '.. ,' : __ '. -, .: "
{ Building. He will
era areso thickly covered with1mbss m{ treatment of the white fly pest. coming campaign bid their local '
; vorites to a wee while tell the us a letter for publi We Never :
the ] OurJatleatL
:. '. ,or mould that inscriptions church Such capable business men and :orange lionaire magnate seeking a st his friends all about Disappoint
barely decipherable The
growers as Messrs. Holland and stone to the senate's gilded circle and:the people there. We Fulfill Every Promise and Bmr Hold Out FaiN
-is' in the: heart of the city..Across and.
Stuart Dr. Wade all of this city ,
IMP Stricture without the bile or bonfl*and Van
'- -': .; the, Roads from Norfolk, at have just bought the E O. Painter champ his bit yet a few years, fslC CURE pain or detention from buslnewt CesUglou Bleed P ;
honor the state and add laurels to j. Owen of Pensacola, eared, never to r.turu. without mercury or mineral ianJ Lt 9! .
>-> ;Hampton Is St. John's church which
: Company Jacksonville, one ton of Vigor Positively eared BO -
.;: .:.'Ss said to be the third oldest in the pulverized copperas and are now luster of the press by pulling in Ocala and at Sea I! '-.., The Dr.Kief Medical tn Itlmlllan'a- "" 1 ,, ,.-
far od'Of II
months, with her
for Hon. Frank Harris, nerionaaadebroafedliueL '"
mously ,
: United! .Sta eL! At Smithfield. not faraway sowing it under the large old orange Dr. N K. Klufc tb*
Ocala, for governor-Frank \ ; and Mrs. W. H. Marean, I tbl initttotloa,U the chief OODIultl.lpecI& II, bi
r; is another church, dating back. trees in their splendid orange groves I by t ufl et eminent pbyilcUru and iwiaout. t
ald in Starke Telegraph. I for her home. V Our llloeeal Ja the tre>tatntof chronH d.1IIuIIlI....
-;4p_ the middle of the seventeenth ceniury south of town.I ted; ve ssa tetb nediosl and electric*!aitnclM.
:,:: : -r"'"' }1 Oar offices are equipped with aft tt>. calraBte, ,
Mar:)combatants in the famousBacon's want it distinctly understood that Mrs. Sarah Platt Decker, IS OFFERED L le..X-ra".violet ray,and Finsearayj U fac, '. .
eontrlTanee kwon to the medical prorctsloa.
} rebellion buried in this '
are all of the credit for this most valuable and "
$' of the general federation of YOUNG PEOPLE modern in evar? septet va employ i
'old church and Its graveyard. 4. trained and tffloienl atteD4&Oy,replarl1 q .
.fj: discovery belongs to that nature'snoblewoman in
clubs, says, in an interview and Ucennd pbyiieiuu being la chug ./
:t rThose who choose to make an excursion Mrs. C. B. Drake, of request all young per W. employ neratro niiluadiax BUM to teevi *
Denver Times, that the reason ,\ nage-DO 010.D-'or unwind for liier toM*nbjthtt ri:
away from the exposition Yallaha. She had in her 80-acre grove Is to woman suffrage how limited their ''''' f\ r '' '' tettotlon. Oar terms for treatmentirNar l i.ti
who wish to ob loilU.00permontC.lmedtcneataolndadaudweglH .'. Yri
., c cities i on Sunday twill find much' of at Drake Point, on Lake .Harris, some that there are still some people ugh business training and pace< a cure within a specified lima. -
Interest on Jamestown Isl- MY BEST RrfEREtlClI9. CHRONIC DISEASES. I'ruaoseafnUytrot
-jireliglous trees affected with "die-back, and .earth who cannot adjust to write 'by FIRST once ali
"A n 11
ud BUddotroabiu
neb M
;r/apd.. up.. the James river,: where- the noticed that "just as soon as the cop- to new Ideas, that as there are GREAT HALF RATE o:t\P.W I\I JILLU rJDr P4JJJ> Rupture, ilydrocele, Dr&iaf. Latex, M&. tadi .
;settlement in I DlieaiM Tamect and maugsansWonblu. Oatan
JlrsC of English people UH11LCURE1\
? peras was taken into .the trees' systems men who do not know that the and probable NOM, Thioat, held aDd Langs. DUeMM ci BrtChroaie

;%:t; America was made, in 1607. The | that the white fly was exterminated ning wheel has gone out of guaranteed.., Don't delay. pier N.CONIU.TINO K. KINQ PIm.... Do
:.,jamestown, Ter-Centennial exposition ." toda regarding your condition if you arc lick MafiUotei. C. naaMvt
| still
\ so there are women who use .- BUS. COLLEGE. W r I t_ lend yoa*v littratBTt,including sympcem: blacks m borne I
?- .commemorates this first settlement, [ If every grove owner reading this low candles and would travel by }Macon Ga. CONSULTATION SXAMWATION AND ADTICFDilKBGHEOICfiLCOM ZZ..r .ast :xNa

.,* 'The.' ,. 'only relic. of. the original James- ,letter will apply the copperas to any coach regardless of the application .............- ---- --- Yutetta 9 Yaridt ud Pssektrm$ Cana Eta ? lOlita, -

=1 town now visible is .an old brick trees they nay have affected with electricity in arc lights and .

.J f>church, tower, ,', back of which are the white fly (and I believe any other ..(
-", -- biles. =- -=-= n. :- __" __ _-.- ; ::;' ,
f :
', ,-foundations'.' of the old church, which parasite) they will thank that great, t by Mail "

'. were unearthed only recently. The jood woman for this Information. Remedy for Diarrhoea. Never

church_ t was in.. ruins so long ago that With best wishes to The Packer to Fail. home enl1 or spare employment time: studying to get at an tome edo- [ ;
r Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Ocala House Wine
a t:; :the 'foundations were buried several that.every'fruit and truck grower-and: "I want to say a few words ,,Sciences,, ROQIQS.; :,

1'E.- .Tfeet,deep chicken and butter man |in the United Cnamberlaln's Colic Cholera and mtbr Matt. 'Teacher aided
; &lOyr&of success.Ctlalogna ,
: r:: For Sunday recreation the vicinity States ought to read. I am, arrhoea Remedy. I have used ,I:,nUlESPalaUaFla .". '

K ,, -,:, .otNorfolk: ,presents a variety of .out- Yours truly, ALBERTUS VOGT. preparation in my family for the TRYOIIROLDfILLEGHANY- '" ;

'i ; sings; all of which will be novel and five years and have recommended "

>;, intensely interesting''' to visitors from The Ameircan delegates to the International to a number of people in York c '

f atilland states Trips on boats of all Woman Suffrage meeting, and have never known it to fail ;' -
,,: _kinds may be enjoyed on the waters to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, effect 'a cure In any instance. I

",a'33'9fa' Hampton' Roads, Chesapeake bay, August 6 to 11th, are as follows: Jibs. that I.can not say too much for 0 ,
:t., .the+ several rivers running into, the Carrie Chapman Catt, New York; best remedy of the kind in the : 3\ "
You !II'!
'= " this point,and out on the'placid eIv. Anna II, Shaw Philadelphia, and -S. Jemison, Spring Grove, : "

ratersof. the Atlantic. ocean. Miss Kate M. Gordon, New Orleans County Pa. This remedy is for PURE RYE*

;:;::'.M'Trolley' trips In. 'various, directions president and corresponding secretary by all druggists. '* ,

w"-_:: offer.outtngs- ,of unique interest.' The- respectively' of the National American have y Real .Estate, :
><; electric i lines through many his- Woman Suffrage Association to this from Mrs. i '
\ pass A letter paper ,. Y' : ; :

: ", .places in tidewater Virginia.-, I Ii" Mrs. Mary (X C. Bradford,, of Denver P. Hilburn, who with her son, ,. '. ,. <: :Put. up 4 full Qts ,.., : ;

: .c:;,trolley,'or, boat, the visitor may reachttahy'famous -!, and Miss Lucy E. Anthony, of Phila- car. Is now at Monteagle, OR ,
., 'li, summer.. resorts. Including delphia, a niece of Susan B. Anthony.The says that the weather is 'rs thinking= of coming \ inFancy Cartoons ; '

',: : Old! Point Comfort.. Newport alternates are, :Mrs Maud Wood and that they are having a I for a"home.. ; : -.

., News, pine' Beach, 'Virglnla'JJeach, Park arid Mrs. Mary Hulcheson Page, pleasant lime .and will be there '
9terrii View while the of Boston Misses and several ;: Delivered at ':' : 'L '
< and others Jean Fanny weeks longer. She OR ,. your :- ,

; ..J ..treat' nay yard, ,. the Immense :ship: Gordon; Miss :May Richardson and that Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Groves ... .

'ding' .. plant and the harbor's .forts Miss Jess Stevens, of New Orleans. son, Mrs.: A. L. Webb and Desire to invest in any : : Express OfficeFor ;', L .
':.. .e I.vicinity afford, unequaled opppr-1 Hester of this city .and MrS: E. of Florida property, : }

Ity' to Inspect and stud? these in- :Mr> Howell Brooke, writing" to. Tom, White and Miss Erwin, of*Citra '; : ; '

; :: 8tituUdns :of universal Interest Watson's Magazine about Bob Tay at- Iolteagle.and. all are TO SEE. $3.20. ; : ,
5'.The:'exposition itself: on. six .,,.daysaof'thea lor's election in the primary when hehad themselves. OR jVRITE ,

L : eek, will be the point'ofspe:; failed before a. legislative. caucus .

'fah:interest, :but all these outlying says: -"Now any deserving' poor man )Ir. Ben Rheinauer, of the firm : $ oo writesfor :
Regular J' a Quart Whiskey ,_ .
;; i; Jatnres, are" Included itf the greater will. have a chance." He little knows. Rheinauer & Co., 'left Saturday LIVINGSTON & O ; (

: <" iiUon.-and'.the. Sunday( closing of"r.will'expand The: primary expensive luxury noon for New York city. Mr' : Complete Price list .' ,

:> ,-,. ,.rather than! iimitpppqrtunitle'a and says Jto the poor man; "''Put up auer" will spend several weeks in ; !

..tJ" :, : for sightseeing. In or shut up." ,Mr. Davis says ,It cost metropolis, and will purchase-* OCALA FLORIDA .C ""f.

: 1i07., him. every ,dollar. he had on earth largest, and handsomest line of -

_: 7-"S. and the other- ,candidates never'niade- eyer handled- by this firm. The : CHEAPHDpe thousand Ocala House Wine ooms.OCALA. : :

.!! frindred.1 gold moulde'd records public;:;:'their expense accounts..!It almosti fall and winter goods will begin > posts;: alco two tj ous :
'_,; -5tr! ,in! 1.Gen nine- gold" ,;mouldei< .' "'at'.25c.Ocala .. i: :entirely] :.eliminates.lha ,poor., riving in a few weeks, and all,' cherry'and cedar hoards. ,: : \., :. J. "" ; V

<.j.( J'WukOf". "it" -. Furnitwa' Co.z" man'--,, Invited, to, pay this store. a visit. .,' our>;Ccaia_ ,, Fla.' 7-14121 ., FLORIDA. :
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MISS JEFFERSON, BELL funds were exhausted he taught .

school during,the winter, hoarding his

earnings like a miser and spending

: WRITES ELATE TAININGLY.t 'them for' supplies, for his trips In the ed RSAftAHtt

: ; Finally exhausted from la OCR
; summer. -tu69Mi [a
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''. : ;- bor and the hardships he had endured

Ballou became ill and died.. at

Gu iSfs Work the Capital l the 'military hospital at .St. 1 arks.
at =Interesting From his papers. it was learned that

3 he was a survivor of the crew of the

Before A Death Red Rock Ginger ;Ale
Case Supreme Copff -- Spanish gunboat that sailed from

New Orleans with the five millions
is the premier home beverage
Sentence Commuted -,Story of for Spain. A fac-simile chart jot the

one Bell had was found among his !I Taken with or after meals, it is so valuable an
papers.. ?r <, aid to digestion that many leading' sanitariums 1

.c.Buried Treasure I; order it, barrels at the time, for the use of their .
: ; Since
that day many have soughtin a G
/ convalescents and patients. It is also a splendid f '
vain the millions hidden in the / remedial agent in various kidney disorders, and s '

marshes of St. Marks. That It lies \ it never causes constipation.
$ Tallahassee, Au : 3, 190&. {I the outcome.. Judge. Malone is considered -, ,
there, few who have heard the story
Special Correspondence: one of the very ablest Jurists I ,- ; Keep it in your home for indigestion
from those who lived there in those
These:be dog-days, and at the capital in Florida, and is frequently called to days can doubt. Various expeditions i6lw; dyspepsia, etc. r QlI r
ewe -
It la too hot .to. discuss politics
sit in cases in the supreme 'court have been secretly fitted out to search i
even. .although' I Governor where .the Justices are disqualified.For for it even in recent years. AND ON DRAUGHT AT SODA FOUNTAINS ;
and' John Beard going tit il
Broward ; S. are ;
this reason be is called the seventh One party, composed of George .
to debate the drainage'question at
justice. Ladd, a son of Daniel Ladd, Swamp
I Swartz & Co.;
Pen&acola on. the 20th. .Such! energyIn i Lang, Wholesale Distributors, Ocala, Fla.
Angel Bill penham, Castillo, Bryant
such weather Is quite beyond my .
The Eppes Murder Case. and Kennedy fitted out a boat and ,
u4ertt ndinr." The Eppes murder case was again went in search of the gold-They all Mr. Nathan :. '- ". ." -. -' ''' '' -- ,
>.." :. Mayo, of Belleview ;; :::: :: : : : -.. '.' --'' :: : -' :-'- "
before the board of pardons Thurs- got drunk. One of the party thought and Summerfield, was a business vis-

'There'l nothing In life half so day. Judge. B. Christie, of JacksonVille he had located the money, but they itor to the city on Friday.
x1 '1 sweet u love's, young' dream" sang appeared before the board in behalf '
got into a fight over the, probable division THE ANNEX SALOON
a poet in the long ago, voicing a sentiment of Caldwell and Larkins who

are and had to go back to St Everybody's favorite. Blue. Ribbon
that never yet has, l been successfully -
still confined in the Duval
county jail Marks for repairs and could never Lemon and Vanilla extracts the extracts -
We have been
under sentence of death.
again find the place.
that give .desserts the 'famous
nr-much Interested and refreshedby After a tedious session of two days, The late Cololel Slusser and Mr. "Blue Ribbon Flavor" OCALA'S NEW WHISKEY. HOUSE .Y
: a little transaction hearts here
the board of pardons commuted the George Lamb, Mr. Register and Mr. :
at the capital.When I we, 1-mean
death sence for Caldwell and Larkinsto
Hall, at different times, sought to locate
the little ,coterie,. official and semiofficial life imprisonment. There was born Friday night .to Air:
the gold. The greatest difficulty
(as' well u certain, spinster .' and Mrs.. W. E. Oldfield a ,tenpoundboy
; S *
At A. C L. Ocala Fla. 11
they encountered was In quicksand, it Depot
a' eternally on'the lookout t 'copy) that The Buried Treasure. at the ohme of Mrs William .Sin ,
was necessary to wall up the excavation '

circulates around the, statehouse. lIon. H. Clay Crawford, secretaryof with lumber and keep a pump clair.
''To'loTe and]} be ''wise, Is, scarcely state, is one of the most interesting --
:; going to keep out the .water while i We make a specialty of HIGH
granted to the gods above," so these Summer prices in
l men in Florida. He has been connected they .worked. now prevail our

two dear creatures' have perllstentlyattempted with the office he holds all his Sooner or later: all have abandonedthe grovery .c tpartment-we will save GRADE WHISKIES, WINES and

to"look, distantly'' indifferent life and is a veritable encyclopediaof search-so to this day it lies you money. The Fair. xMr BEERS, and no house In the stateIs

and vehemently denied all sUe interesting information. To him I --
there a glittering hoard to mock the
:rations. thaVja wedding was .in .prospect am indebted for many stories of the dreams of all who listen to the storyof and Mrs. William Theodore better prepared to ship on short notice .

blissfully" unconscious of the Gary are the parents of a fine ,
old days that cannot be obtained else- very;
the buried treasure that lies hid to any point. All out of town or-
., fact that a little bird had told us'even where. son, who was born on the afternoonof :
den within a few miles of the ruins 4
the date 'of '-u & wedding weeks ago: One story that has kept me awake of San Marco de Apalachee. August .2d.. ,. ders filled same day as received, securely _

It was so delicious to watch them and lately Is the of the buried '
story treasure
: JEFFERSON BELL. packed, in plain cases If de
read the whole;volumes expressed in off St. Marks. The Czar of Rusia has fled from

t the long, sweet looks exchanged It was near St. Marks that the HAD AN AWFUL TIME. Peterof for the safety of his life. sired.. Give us ,a trial order and we

across> the,room that no one _had the Spanish gunboat carrying the five "Uneasy lies the head that wears'' a r
; feel confident that we will! receive the
,8fJ't'to' disabuse 'them of the idea crown/'
millions of dollars that
'.- was paid Spainin But"Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
that no one., knew and we .even 1821, by".the United 'States.for FlorIda Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him. f next one, as we guarantee quality of -t
lurprise when 'the A pair of our White House shoes
4 feigned' announcement was disabled.,and it is near there It is with pleasure that I give you will make your feet glad. New low goods .equal to any of same .grade

f !u. made, but we 'weren't the that the money was buried. this unsolicited testimonial.: About a quarter styles Just In: for men and
bit.: NO MATTER where purchased.. '
least ; women. The Fair. x
History relates that this
waspaid year ago when I had a severe case

-c-: This |Interesting" little romance began in gold from the mint at New of measles I got caught out in a hard The Michigan democrats the

,'-;' .. last year'' when Governor') Brow Orleans, and was loaded on a Spanish rain and the measles settled in ,my North Dakota democrats, are and.all for : Nicest Equipped Retail StoreIn
and Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe
appointed gunboat at New Orleans. The boat became I had awful
stomach and bowels. an Bryan. It looks like it is bea
going to
his private eereiaq..Mr.' Wolfe_came disabled near St. Marks. In fear time and had it not been for the use clean Town.

taffcd;as' a confirmed bachelor, ,and sweep. ,.... _, .. .. .. _. .
of pirates.., who. infested the coast, the of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and '-. -- '- =" -- ... .. ._ _, < .
_':: an immune from the tender passion captain, with several of the crew, Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have :Mrs. G. A. Carmichael and granddaughter "

;. .Chaimcey Depew said; about the time landed and buried thegold, then returned possibly lived but a few hours longer; Miss' Edna Culverhousehave

his .engagement to -11IL present wife to. the gunboat., They drifted but thanks to this 'remedy I am 'now returned home after an absence The Annex

\ was. announced, that .C pid',beat ally for days, and the crew was finally strong and'well.. I have written the of nearly twomonths, which they Saloon.OCALA'S

t "Is la propinquity? ,,,BO under the classic picked up by a vessel'bound for Peru. above through simple gratitude and spent in Alabama and Texas. .

walls of the dear old statehouse Mr. During the-voyage the scourge broke I shall always _speak a good word ,

t Wolfe beet the one woman, and.nothey w out on the ship and the officers and for this remedy.--Sam H, Gwln, Con The famous White House shoes for NEW WHISKEY HOUSE.

ace .to'be marr1ed-and we hope, many .of the crew 'died.. Those who cord, Ga. For sale by all druggists.., ladies and gentlemen and the Buster

"a* the story"books'say=will live ..hip'pUy survived. were landed penniless at Brown shoes for girls and boys cannot

.ever:'aftenr r4. Peru. The G. & G. Railroad. be surpassed in the city for style
A. C. L.
Er .Tallahasseertlat : Many years afterward a sailor Messrs. Thagard, Crom and Strauss quality and price. The Fair: x Depot. Ocala; Fla.

r toishe.I! stcampaignin: as.ubJectM d named waS: an Bell old landed man, feeble at St.and Marks.111, and He of the trade committee to go appointed to Gainesville by the to board In- Mr. H. G. Dansby; of Hawthorne, '... -. '. .. ,'. L ,. _"- <.r" zc '"" .'ro.-.,,,",.=-, .- .'.- '<,".. .." .--" _c .._. "- =- ..' .>-,.--_ S''

Just I'Mf'&tteYffrom! ,! ,Its unfortunate was kindly cared for by a man, named terview the officials of .the G. & G. formerly of Reddick, wag in Ocala 'T ,. '

espelenceiy'In, .the 'genial at- Smith'whose home be/reached i'i his railroad, performed their mission and Friday Interviewing the foundry.
rthe,.old 'wounds to 0- He has a grist mill capacity of
.Bw'ipbere ; began one
wanderings. He lingered several have returned.
heal) aid '\i made.himself ralua- hundred bushels day and is
per kept
r e; so .
months and then died. When he found They feel very much encouraged

ble' an4|l o i'agreeable. to us that f all. that he, was about to die he told Mr. but have no positive assurance that constantly busy 1

his aeijaaintances have become his I Smith the story of his life. He was the road will pass through Ocala on f
fir Mlss'Yinsoa his has Mr. Carter H. Dame home 1
.pane, came
r one of the crew of the ill-fated gunboat its way down the peninsular. They

been 'oWeVnoiT *Brqwa d's stenographerflshe' that carried the Spanish gold say, however, that they were treated Friday. afternoon from Gainesville, V ;
'Is' and girlish in where he spent ten days in the interest
; petite. from New Orleans. He told of thee most cordially and were accorded an 'V V
.appearance.stud' is an unusually fin of the Woodmen of the World.Mr. Bilious ? V '
: burying of the money after the boat I attentive hearing and that the officials

little woman.,.. became disabled, and of the crew be- seemed much. impressed with Dame reports this .organization .
The owing to the illness of r in 'a most flourishing condition.
_ wedding ing carried to Peru, He said he had .the facts and figures that they were .... The only sure cure for
MrC Vlnsonwllllea af --
,, very quiet spent his life trying to get back' to able to lay before them. constipation and Biliousness
fair. It twin'take' at Wed Mr. and Mrs. William Mcilvain and
place noon
St. Marks where the gold was buried. Mr. A. P. Stuckey. the vtre-president that is
oesdaylthe".fifteenth of August, and children. and :Mrs. Mcllvains| 'sister, pleasant; natural
r Before he died he gave Mr. Smith a of the road left Mentor
; wm be attended only by' a few. close Miss Willie Bell left Friday for: Ab PQSE$ and safe is _
chart by which the spot could be>located New York to confer with other
friends of the famwes.-The bride and I beville, S. C., to spend some weeks. 25
then be died and! was buried .officials and will lay before them the '
wlC: week, at Pens We regret to.learn that, Miss Bell will
groom spend a :
at St. Mark This was in the last array of figures and other inducements
cola. and will then go,for"a wedding not return to Ocala, but will remain '' IVERILLS
year of the war, more than forty presented to them by 'the 1' 1
tour of fseveral weeks. in South Carolina at her old home.
after Florida Ocala committee.
years was'purchased
.Tho.,1'1 Do''know Mr.. Wolfe well AND TONIC PELLETS
from Spain. As we have stated in the outset the Mrs. A. P. Gilmore and ,

cannot fall 'to> "beimpressed., with the After Bell's death Smith .set out In committee is very hopeful and thinkit and Mrs. Ben Borden and children children The Pills stir the lazy liver.. to
vigor of hli'lntellect; his cleverness at
_ a small sailboat with two to possible that the road will '
repartee, an&the'manly qualities that negroes passthrough went to'OXford Friday to visit rela action-the Tonic Pellets.clean
search for the burled treasure; he our city, tives.
They went
him and I sure will particularly to be all
distinguish am impurities out of the body 'a
_ a careful Inspection. of the coast present at the big annual barbecue at .
join me In wi.hlnrthat be and hi.bethrethe1" ,
and located, as he believed, the exact Fish Fry on the Ocklawaha River. that place', Saturday. so that the liver and all the
may, .never.. ,, freed from chart at 7 o'clock
4 oj; spot described by the This Saturday morning a f -
Love's tender': bondage-that they'"WID other organs act properly. \ j
chart described three trees which party drove out to Silver Springs A shipment of rugs has just been
be 'happy that when either's
grew at a certain spot. In one of theman from Ocala to spend the day on the received by us. Will you be'one to

lips aft dumb, iron'spike.was driven. Smith found river fishing. In the crowd were Mr. take advantage of their' arrival and
... The will not smile In heaven till theDthtr' '
what he believed to be the trees men: WT,H. Clark, Mrs. Howard Clark, Mrs. price? Ocala Furniture Col. x No Oriping"M '
t kiss has "
1 come. Honed in the chart. On one was a: peculiar J, C. B. Koonce, Misses Carri Gardner Dr Purging

knot. He cut into this and Jessie Palmer, Pauline Sullivan Mr. J. S., Pedrick and Mr, C, I. 1
The Case of Peter Horn.
found an Iron spike driven into the and Mr. O. B. Howse. At Silver Grace of Martin who connected
The case of Peter Horn has natural and
grown tree, over which the knot had grown. Springs they were joined by Mr. Chas. with the Crosby Lumber Company just a easy -
in at the within the Treatment
interest capital Following instructions in the chart, Stilwell and Miss Stilwell of that at that place, were visitors to common-sense
last two ;weeks Horn is white which failsto
a man. be measured off a certain distance place. They; went In a launch some the city Friday, and wre business callers never

: formerly otGadiden county, who was and here began to dig for the gold. miles down the river and at noon, at this office in the .afternoon. cure !' '

convicted fmwult with intent to He had left...the negroes with the boat after fishing for a. couple of hours -- '
_ 4 kill Ux UHf and was sentenced to at a safe distance, avoid! sharing the enjoyed a big fish fry and picnic din FOR SALE-Lot near .Ocala containing Special S / 4t

serve five years in the penitentiary. two acres of ground, abundance the"Little Doctor" i
f secret with them. He was 'equipped ner.. The afternoon was very pleas an_ Cut out V
la 1MI he wu granted conditional of fruit trees; one horse one and mail to us, with the ;' -
with only a hoe and a spade, and be- antly spent on the'river, tne party returning of
pardon. Recently he was' arrested on wagon, buggy and harness IJ-acre name your druggist it
sides was an old man, and encountered home about 7 o'clock in the ; you may have a Wetk'5Trea.t;
i c&irft of drunk and disorderly and much difficulty in the work. He evening.Mr crop corn; four: head cattle hogs and ment of the Pills and Pellets -

_ was ordered returned to the convict decided to return home and get bet- goats; pinders, peas and cotton. Address with our compliments.

.. camps to complete his sentence,Jiavl&f ter equipment and assistance, believing and Mrs. Harry Lapham have Daniel Paul, Ocala, Fla. 7-13-St .Ramon's Brownie V V:

violated the conditions of Isis park -. firmly that the treasure was returned home, after an absence of Calendar-Free

< *. Tbrottf his attorney, W,, C. burled there and intending to return about two weeks. They spent one Breakfast Corn Cake. with Weather Forecasts and Almanac information.. GiveItvith your fast
of Ramon's
Liver Pills
Kodf, te obtained a writ of habeas I and dig for It. week in Miami, where they were the Sift together one cup of corn meal purchase and Tonic Pellets.Brown .

corpus, which was argued before Shortly after this the war closed; guests of Mr... Lapham's parents, during one-half cup of flour and a rounding SU Louis Manufacturing,Mo."..GretlnevilJe.Company Tnn. -

Judge Uale&e at Quincy judge Malone the slaves were freed and he was left the anniversary week. The rest teaspoonful of sugar. Beat_ one egg" SOLD BY TYPINGS.A COMPANY, OCALA FLORIDA. -.

ruled that the period ot the orlgtosJ without money to of their visit was spent with 'Mrs.Lapham's add one cup 'of Wk end stir in the ;
,necessary continuehis -
swteoce had expired to 1903'1d search. Living In the hope that parents, Mr and Mrs. D. E. meal and flour Beat well,. then scatter E. a Smith. -
the board of pardons could not send he could yet find it, and .believing Mark in Jacksonville. over the batter three "level teaspoons .C, V. Robert.

Dim back to complete the sentence firmly it was burled. near the .tree of baking, powder, beat and SMITH & ROBERTS.

aad ertet- him released from cue with the spike in It, Smith also died. Game Warden's Notice} ... turn, Into a buttered tin. Bake twen

tody, Notice is hereby given that when ty minutes. md
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years after the advent of Bella Funeral Directors Licensed .
The state has taken aa appeal from persons want a deputy game warden Emooh1)erS l = :'
second #
Y one Ballou. appearedat LATEST METHODS. .. :
J"" Jfete&e't dec4 le& tad will St. Marks. appointed the. 'request must be accompanled We handle the famous White .House BEST !.OQOD8. WORK GUARANTEED. 1'-V'. .. V
Telegraph -or .
tiataie teal of it the with a ers':receive prompt attentlot4 and -
a CAM supreme He also was an old man and of'very properly signed p Shoes for ladies and gntlemei, and on short notice. embalming done anl'wbate

cwt, Arf:wfWH cwrt hat, re--secretive habits He_ fitted out boat tltlon of reputable persons. Address s', the Buster Brown shoes for girls and

,..... Yfl'7l.... =otl8Nt Maloae'sto bought picks, a- C. J., McCRANEY, l toy These lines 'cannot be surpassed
axes, spades and
aW1ak.."llf De t.r.u.c sup- .-Game Warden StantOn Fla. '
.r" watch
plies quality and price Come' tari OGALA
and disappeared. At intervals he 8-3 6t W ; ..and FURNITURE CONIPANYy

i ." .". 'J see ,them., The Fair., x :.
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'- -:E 'L. .Carney .commissioner 3.68 i2 I '- -5-

. : : : e ts't: ; U? ....$400:31- 'At Meeting ,of 'School t, Board August 33-Ocala 'Special 'Dist. Col'd. I' Notice is hereby given that un
'J. : i. : ...- O Lv form 1.04Oak5IILU der and by virtue, of that certain fi
July.339 overpaid : Ocala
1906 from '
:17th, County
,6thi."d ;
..: : 1 ;' ' 6fVfor Dist No.'24 1 "
ThU ., 4k Funds. :_ Jf"t3 ", S of :July, A. D.. 1906,, by the Hon. W. S.

___ ,<[Marion : Jwit!; treasurer- ..-.:. >.'" 51 '- *:;, --* .7:, ,..'' :.t'.,..j j5 11-E. ,L :.Carney. mm1ssl ner; .9 I I I D f Bullock judge of the circuit court '
__ 'report for,..the': special _- "":-.t.... ..f ,'-- _' .-......... Moss Bluff Dist.:,.No. .24: j :.," of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida .
___ ,;;$.he,..sixth' :-/'aN-r *' i 3Q 1-S.. ..,GL6vel, repairs. -.,- ji %roe- ;; I [ in and for Marion county in
And ,
"- yere.: :examined :apmved t ;J 'I llrE.: L. Carney""commissioner: :: :
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:Kilar-" sess. ; : : ''\. .. '; "...,...!<'.,A'-. i Charteif .Oak".,lI;<. .......-.h,,'$ Sqoo. I II :,l Fairfieicr Dist. No,''25-", / I CATtU. R. !chancery in that certain cause pending -
: I < :?: ;:: ; l' t *i?\ AW S TO BE m ffisr: MWCJWW! us wherein City of Ocala is
.B "R.. : complainant -
;; =Receipts. $549.35disburSed, .,, : ::2092-B. R. 'B1Itciervic; s on; ..:. ;-V I 2 ;'Fl L..pamer:commissioner & : %" F2iL BSEASf! '* STOCK Of ALL KINDS I.

_ it: present" ; ".balance,. $180.77,. ("? :- 1t(-.,'I board- :"':"t.'t' .jjji. *..51',' ..920", I. ..22 0cala, Special 'Dist./, ol'd. I &$ !( IS HOT'>Bll A JUJHANIMUIQIMJtEdMfi FOOD fciTflJKDUSTow' 'SO no-|& the and undersigned C, W Morse, jr., Is defendant .
: I special master -
<:iv -;. :. '. of-' ,, las" 1 5.h"-eCeiPt '369:4S. **.. iiS" ,i 1 3093-J.- ':. S.brantham: serric. s :-"";'! I.I.I FairfieTd! .jfprm :lOcala: .Tv.; ;l6.-00. I !! 6IVST- Altt a TlllAl 25"/JiYIYOUa CENTS APAtfttt St} LS. : appointed to execute the. said de- '
: : ,ap ro! ; !!1": a1ance,. t3E-5;,, ,_ I i. on b r9t'r .-U&. <{ $' ."t !O I Cottage ktIILDst.r: No[ .'..2720 : 1 .U[SY AU: wIST! ,lIJi1lf".tTuD! Si !gree will, on ,. '

: Kndr1ck ; | -Receipts, $-U2.27'dis' -13094-B- R. Blitch, time in I -E.. L. Carney commissioner &:STEWMlTFAm !Monday. the 3rd day of September '
.bricif 'flue. \ A. D., 1906.
: $UJ: $ L82; balance $ Q0.45, building Blaze Pond S. H. 12.00 I Ii '210cala Special Dist. .Col'd. .
during the legal hours : sale at ,
to I or. the.
thorfzed : ille-Rece pts, $38.82;' dis- i 3095 5. Scott services on I overpaid: .C. H.. form Ocala :Milwaukee r south door of the court house' i

: .' ejsdaIe P$18..i b an e, i6.94i- w.- 5- a.rdj . ..J. '-6.O0_ ..t. Cente'HHI Disti. No., 28--f / I icago has failed avenue for State nearly Bank one [in Ocala, Marion county FlorIda r,

tothe, ;-amount. i n-RecetptS, $612.05; isI W.JD. 'i1E1! l2 Carnly .
} 309 CJsalr4fo& jOmmisioner" (the same being the buildIng _
-' I dollars. J, G.
;; off-
"it Visser
*t an .
and ,
. .ized, baIJ 4i93.7t.. ::1 J .. .. 100.00 \18 'Hardware Co :
$418.35 ; July ... "., .1\'p Marion-: ma'. now: occupied by the clerk of the .
of the
Royal League who had
___ ,
: .strict i -Receipts, $i 85.16; dis 3097 W. D. Cam, postage. 5.00 terial for repairs, .. ,.. :Circuit, Court and. other county offleers "'.
deposited the funds of his
? :'A 'fnmun $10.57; balance, $173.59. 3098W. D, Cam, expenses to Pedro Dist. No. .29- organ of Marion county_ bffer.'forsale i> -

bTF t. from: 1 -Receipts. $152.03; dis Gain'sville and express p'd 7.50 12E. L. Carney commissioner in. the the bank fel dead when he"*'i and will sell to the highest and best: ,
ISj&S.Jbatthere of bank's failure.. bidder for cash the described
( following
.: $3.21; balance. $148.82. 3099-Ocala Star .petition for <'f [
'....' Hidtsv4le
South one-half of northeast
: i quarter
.. reported that D. R. Henderson
;"4tehborbo6ds t $1.46; balance $22.62. .C f 100-Qc1ayrintingCo, rUlCS* .! f!l' "c f -' '. and north one-half of southeast quarter *'

:ti aent was ln\ I -Receipts, $315.5'i, *di3'' *regulations and tickets* 15.75 Novel and Amusing .Sport To Be of UmatUIa have sold 27,500 l of block "1" of Alredd's Addition '> : -

.:J8j:were too $46.11;' balance, $267.43. 3101-Ocala News Co stationery -. -: the Aquatic. Program at James of turpentine lands in Lake to Ocala, Marion county, Florida,.:or fso :
to a !lr; McGee and associ much thereof; as may necessary '
.school .
;l- a. Receipts, 460.17 disbursed, .. .. .'. .. 2.50 I ?< -
; . .. I town Exposition.. for $100.000 who will at to satisfy said decree and costs. .. -

Would vbe, ; balance.,. Jik 102-T-.W-Sm1th..BChool..suP4L. .. .. T- _....-._.-. ........ : .arrange :: JOSEPH BELL '
& -5 .
._ .
: ?-*** r -JM'WkHjK' **** _. _"_. "" --=- <_ .....-_.'" T. _- r r:1 e l St ariation" sawmills .
*01. : *-Famr.::-ReceiptsT "$309." 3? --5 plies for rePaIr'S" :.::.::e 2a.O r Norfolk Va., Aug. 7, 1906 ; Special Master in Chancery.. ='*
the lumber. :
:.;4.petitIon $3,84;' balance, $305.39. 3103-T. E. Pasteur commission Correspondence ra BIGGS, '-.
Special : -5--- -5--- Complainant's Solicitor. 8-3 ..
:'.tIIP" ed by a, .Pond-Receipts, $279A6; dis .. .'. ,. .... ., 4.97 swarm of South American bees-1.! f.., ---
$5.61, ; balance, 273.85. 3104-Mclver & McKay school attend to their' busines of honey i NOTICE OF APPLICATION <)F :

the school Receipts, $137.06; disbursed, supplies for repairs .. 12.00 yacht". will attract a great deal and do not nf LEAVE TO SELL MINOR'S '
sting, were rec -
: ce suitable ; $133.11. 105W. W. Condon ., 1.00 attention and give pleasure to thousands -t 'S INTEREST IN REAL ESTATE. '
I trite from at the Jamestown at Jenkinstown, T a, ; .
i iJ -Receipts, $138.24; 'disbu 3106-D... M. McKinnon, teac v.Notice is hereby given that '. I
supervisOr of '; balance $134.34. ; '' !r. .:. 45.00 next. year.. .Chief R. 11. Sexton, ares.two colonies-of. these' bees on the4
f"g bne month '0 ft '* 7th day of September 1906, I will apply -

: ,"opposed the -Receipts, $390.26; dis- 3107'C & Jlurray' 'f achingi"" the. department" ... ...congresses... 'II .and"'1 .. 11 $brqubht'" ,* there by. W., to the Honorable Joseph Bell

; '.'t1in' ,that '$65.07; balance, $325.19. teaching one month ::1 ::7.4 -. .cial f events. is In corresponding... ... -, ... from the. Orinoco river. County Judge in and for Marion county *

: -nearer: the -Receipts, 13 cents; no dis =:Ne ieStev ;'officehelp 1Mf pirsonsjnteresd in the racing ofJ.ittie : bees,construct large honey cells state of Florida, at his office in -

:1 od>,than .any : balance 13 cent: 3108' .. 12.75 yachts, built on the models of the wax :wherein they deposit Ocala said me, as county guardian, for an of order the minor authorizing .'

.Ar -Receipts, 1334.52; dis-3109-J. K. Christian, appro- regular racing craft which are_ honey They are larger and yel-- child to-wit, Cornelia : Olivia Stro- .

.i $t'w s' .$102.25; balance, $232.27. priation for repairs ..,. 25.00, small to carry a crew and are than the commo bees. ., bhaf, to sell' the following property' '
: without anybody aboard. This belonging to said infant to-wit:
-Receipts, $142.17; disburse *
3110W D. Cam ,freight on
? One undivided one-fifth interest in
:: Plrst-That it 0 sport is quite popular on Pierpont Morgan who is now in ; .
$126.52; balance, $15.65. desk ,.. .'.. 105.02 block numbered forty-two (42) Old
,.b'of. ," [;:pupils King-Receipts, $85.47; dis. 3111-A, B. Fort repair work waterways, and also at points in has within the last three Survey of the city of Ocala, Marion

'f.r u :'more! i to:.walk 3.78; balance 8169. Capulet, ,. .%... 1'-50: England. The Scotch people like;'- paid out three million dollars county Florida, said lands belonging, '

.;,- Second-'-That let-Receipts, $1.86; disburse _y ..: ''t V ..{ t .-: :1 ; -, on. indulge' lity ,1 > -; paintings and antiques. l'O1\ Sir to the estate of W. J. McGrath, de- '
-. ceased to be sold for the best inter- ,
soal,,house balance $1.86. .iJ :"- o. 1' :' .1Total. There is Scotland: an:a s cia o Laurence's "Portrait of Miss... i'
none; | : ..i. .. .. ..|....'I''0 /|. .$495,38 est of said minor child.
y-iD-.. i the -Receipts, $70.48; *" dis- Warrant; Issued: for Special l 'School for miniature yacht racing which he paid $200,000. A corre- This August 10, 1906. ''

''1-': ;Tb.ird--hat $1.70.; balance $63.78. Districts. developed the' sport to a' high de"greof of the World, who asked JAMES N. STROBHAR,

aaIn-.-reason for Plant-Receipts. ,$153.53; Ocala District No. 1-: merit. Little yachts. not more !! of the connoisseurs. if .Mr. Morgan 8-11'. Guardian.-

.. ,the $2.62; balance $150.91. .506-A.. B. Ross, interest ... .$ 12:00 six: feet long' exactly conforming t 'or appreciated the works Administrator's Notice' -of .Final Dis "

l arguments' ,' Lake-Receipts, $24.82; dis 507L..',Carney, commission. 65.20 the. models, of theN famous craft he is buying, the reply \.was charge. ,
r'gotten.a't have' engaged in' the International he neither had taste knowl- .
$t: 4-; balance, $20.38. Mcintosh District No. 2- nor .'
:;I 'The;'s ptr Hill-Receipts, $85.77; dis races for many years past, are of art. That he bought with the '. Notice Is iereby given that on the '
:" 118-!. L. Carney, commission..7.66 6th day of November. A. D.. 1906, the -
,":f'. send. a well s, $30.60; balance, $55.17. 117-Ocala'Special Dist., collect tered in the contests. Each spirit that incited his country undersigned administrator the es- -
'+iS' ; ". down. Bluff-Receipts, $1.04; dis. handles his craft just as -. Mr. Barnuru, to search for stae of John W. Randall. deceased. will .' ., ,
-< overpaid McIntosh from \ present to the Hon. Joseph Bell, County

,;.'-rwucted- to 98 cents; balance 6 cents OcalaT ... *..,. .. ...,--t.,....... 7.70 ing enthusiasts handle their Judge of Marion cour.ty. Florida '
-:. &efrepairs-, -Receipts, $121.00; dis The yacht. like the rooster is -.- '" his final acounts and make final settle- '
116-R./ B. Chambers manager'of 'tlement and fo w his final discharge
apply -
,: 'A:" Drotest $2.61; balance, $118.39. put in prime condition and then struggle for life Is the orderp' administrator of the aId-
election . ... . 2.00 as -
: ").n-it.the. Hill-Receipts, $32.74; dis turned loose to fight for itself. world at which it is vain to eState: P. T. RANDALL:
No. 3-
The s;'su balance Bellevlew, sails trimmed and all things Administrator of Estate of John W. t
$1.25; $31.49. '
121E. L. Carney commission8.11 RandalL, Deceased. S
B ke< ;::a" Change Oak-Receipts, $144.41; dis- shape each tinr craft sails with Ocala Fia..' May 3. 1906. 546raADMINISTRATOR'S ;
Dist., collectortbSoverpaid.
|2-Ocala Sp .
t.petition $54.61balance, $89.80. Bellevfew from breeze, while. ... -'" the- )admiring. ad.mira '
-''i&u.. I "by "on- -Receipts, $39>.66; disbursed, y 9calaLi.U4i. .. ."..,V::'-... 12.79JFanWHIe.DistNo. and commodores? staid' on"shore I NOTICE.

!otW! and: : tax, ;, balance, $36.27. ....., =_' _. [ 4- .j| anxiously'; watchtthe t. progress'of" th '. Creditors legatees distributees, ',...,. 5 5.-

'fUl\chool.-.., -Receipts, $5,620.81 f: disburs .54;-E. LfCarneyf'commissions. 1.35 race. ? and all persons .having claimsor demands "
board lo call; : balance, $4,272.14. Dist. collectorover In the big yacht race the against the estate of Henry .1. S

.: MciaTiax: J'z" ,- ,. 53-Ocala Sp. ment of the yachts _by the men T. Spooner, deceased, are hereby !

. : ?: tter-' Talks of "Our Nation." paid Fantville from board has much: to do with SEEDS called upon and required to present '
Ocala ,. ..'.' .. f.... .. 1.2152DfM.McK1nnonii:8uppl&l the .same to. the undersigned as administrator -
0' '
tD i 1g'lti1l John D. Rockefeller, for the or failure, but in' the case of the mmlature Bepreent enrvlval of tbe fittest We the .c .
""'" : 7'"I. have become the largest seed bouse in the within two years from
tion{was, ailed. this year, met his' Sunday yachts all"seamanship is world because oat seeds! are better than date of the first publication of this
.. .. .. . 5.00
Y ment of salary others. Do you wish to grow the most
,,"fiUe;OD.s class at the Euclid avenue matter antedating the races for beautiful flowers and the finest rege. notice, otherwise same will be barred .,i

;:Mt" E;',B.,: M church at Cleveland last Sun- Dunnellon Dist, No. 5- the starting gun is fired.and the tables Plan ttt best seeds-Ferrj's. by the statute of limitations. .. ,
.' :153_E L. Carne commission 19.90 -\I< 1SAiiIfrtoiU z HENRY G. SPOONER, -
spoke to the the off and each boat must j
e classjon are away applicants. -
.' Dlddick- Dist, No. 6-. Administrator to the estate of Henry.
< ,.. -bd'ask. of Country." 4, $$&, .'95-: t. Carney/commission v f- t3* \ '-i 6.979Ola << tend!:. to its rgwnsailingUsually | :'" D. M. FERRY A CO, r T. Sponer, .

W'Jhtfschool..., hands with everymen; : | 5ecor :, -;- thefracesfare-sailed ""on, f DetrotM1ch. ,Stanton Fla.'! :August 10, 1906. 841-St: .. ,
? SptThst r v .
: r'" ...question.1t.. the class', and said: "?: .; 1' .., '.. .. "from: "' ;':j. stralght-away'coursef but. :'a- -ace'bn.. .
> Reddick' .
}(r;J.. B. is a great and good'country overpaid triangular course S not ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. :" -
Ocala ... ...._. .. .... 6.38 .
:. school' in. It is a powerful country. even for the manless yacht In &tonal. .'
, Pine Level Dist, No. 7- I Notice is hereby given to all cred-. ,:., '
ar: was to its 'present strength is'stationed at each '"
: ; ; grown commission3.43 event a man --- itors, legatees, distributees and all
, ":,' *thyrepairs. strength of a few Puritan 54-E. L.. Carney Ing point, to trim the sails for UR. L. 1'. BLAlOiJBtALOCK. persons having claims against the .

'-. ."--,,_ from" who first settled here: It was Mayville Dist, No. 8- The triangular race,., of 'course, R UI+E2 a estate ,of Robert 'E. Flinn, deceased '
41-E. L. Carney comm ssion.. 1.12 to present the same to the undersigned ,
;:. jt as. of the Pilgrims-this love much more exciting than the .0
.,t '.Jftdividual for it, the desire for 42-Ocala Sp. Dist, collector much' .Denwts. within one year: from date hereof -
respect away and also more Jtf BMOC & Chamblisa Bank Ocala,Pla.
::;,h& the .which laid the massive overpaid Mayville from Sometimes the little yachts butt' duly authenticated. '
Ocala ....... .......'S .S ... 55 H.1GGS I Ocala. Fla.,. July 6th 1906. .
: :. :berif9r:. of the United States. The each other now and then one --- 1 '
District No. 9- JAKE BROWN :
ifkrrants:for made the beginning what it Weirsdale commissioner 6.88 sizes! and again one of theme will A1ORNEY.AT.LAW.Oce As 5' Administrator of the Estate of"- -

: "'',,,'aat. 19M,,.', should keep it as it was in 99-E. L. Carney a sudden shoot 'and get far out of ( la Gary-lgnew Block.>)> Robert E. Flinn. 7-6-8t

,. '=' 4 i!u 1ng 100" Ocala Sub. School. Dist. course. &._, PUHtID .
Weirsdale S '
: .,<-M.te'the. .. is why we should love this Colored. overpaid To sail one of these yachts SPBNCKR.ATTORNEYATLA. GUARDIAN'S NOTICE ** ANNUAL. ,
from Ocala .. .. .,. 26.33 / "'
. ? .i..w.l1 cash' of ours; love her love _her "f fully requires a; high quality of SETTLEMENT.. "._41. :
: ( ; at,face '. her business, and her institu Citra No. 10125E.'L. manship on the part of the W, ? -' .

.5 ,;_rrom':date We should sink _the smaller an Carney commissioner 8.39 and therein lies the interest of ., .. 7-y* FLORIDA, Notice Is hereby given that on the \
. Griner Farm Dist No 11- 22nd of A. D., 1906. '
-S j ttitaken: up in the greater things we a contest to the scientific, i. IL CHASE day August
61E. L. Carney commissioner 4.10 _, at the court house in Marion county .
'c, : .D. remember that the events While to the eye of the layman 2'
., 62 Ocala Special Dist Col'd.DIaL DENTIST, Florida, the undersigned as guardianfor
_" .' ittO'send seem overwhelming now will ing the race from shore: _there OCALA PL: the minors Katie Mal Mcintyre
>- Griner Farm
: Ieo!,-stating in a decade. Through it overpaid appear to be a'good deal of and Helen McIntyre will present my
? ,W':? 'the. He must show our love for our from Ocala ... ... ... 16.59 about, the affair, there is in fact .2.LOS I.. SISTRU:4K. accounts and vouchers ro the Hon.
tT : the' sSs'ms. &: Abshlre. lumber." 13.75 Joseph Bell, county judge in and for .
: hjn : amount of
'". ,< : 'Co, material considerable. I ATTORN EY.IT.LAW.. Marion county and make my annual '
: : _aetary was are free in, "We 60' .-Marion Hardware.:,'.':. .. 34.72 Shifting; breezes? of coiiri&' cannot Room 4, U. -.a Bnitdinc settlement as guardian of the said '

.. 5. StwkD al(that the. ;Bible live in the truth for repairs taken: into account; and the minors '
; .. ? ends by Buck Pond Dist No. 12- Dated June 19, 1906..
'; :speciaL great our uttle squalls which ,sometimes arid Jt.4:0KAl
8.74 A !MCINTYRE :
L. Carney commissioner .
. : "if to Over in Europe they' do not 59-E. play havoc with a race; but on As 5-- Guardian for Katie Mal and Helen

-.- ._ without advantageswe: have. I was Sparr., DistNo.- 137L whole, these miniature .yacht..' "' McIntyre, Minors. 6-22-9t "5

. \: $tithe. sed.J "find' so few Sunday 59- : Carney4* commlsloneri ,3.73 are quite' interestingeven': to.the' '' ..., f OTM MHMtaMHMWH

.\S: 'P ;e ,L :;'on.. ... the- continent- '" You know' ? sipcala-bcaYa ..Sub.. --'Pistetaotoshrdiuetao"Cofd.qverpald .' technical observer,*and .they GUARDIAN'S" NOTICE OF SETTLE- ."
a great interest in Sunday Special Dist. Furnish amusement as well as thrill.It :- MENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. -
S : : ; quest 'w : I think, they are great insti from Ocala is the hope of the Jamestown -
Notice is hereby given that on the
, : .. Its:to' 1 Our country is much better 57.-Lee- Grantham, having position officials that a large fleet S D. 1906. 5
,. ':"Cleaned.o.o .. 1.60 ,-27th day of December, A. ,
: 4:1 ,go to : Sunday schools. After. I have- "- "* maniess yachts: may' 'be' at the court house in Marion county,

i _: was they have, what Sunday -. _.Candler: Dist No., 14-i-' _t upon the exposition waters, c DffiBCTOES Florida, the under signed as guardianfor

: -...1&patrons. of, there are across the water, I 55-E. L. Carney: commissioner 4.40 lug( models .\ Fellowship Dist N. 15- and aell: Mcintyre, wu present myaccounts
: 4ng said decided is craft '
: that. this country a and European as ;
yachts and vouchers to the Hon.
{ commissioner 6X0 a full slock of Coffins
: niid_ br of, Sunday schools. In living 70-E. L. Carney Leaving, aside the. racing these ; Burl,,) Outrtt, Social given fit Joseph Bell, county Judge in and for

;.; ::.:sc i. The United States you 'have a heri 68-T, W. Smith: material for, yachts. will be- interesting to 1 services. Marion county- and make my final

.. .. 7.20 and for final disehal'ge :
:. > eIedUon : !ch is most valuable.** repairs 'p S. of yacht architecture and to the to Order settlement apply minors
Embalming said
_-' & 69-V. M. Seckinger,. repair ex- body of exposition ,visitors from as the guardian said court.of the

-.Wr cei ',. ,, .* 7.25 '
mg. Brisbane Walker has made a penses larly those :from, inland places, Dated June 19th 1906. .

_.1ri",declared. h examination of/ the 'slaugh Electra Dist, No. 18:- have bad .no previous opportunity: Burnett \ ,: MCINTYRE, -
tr ,34-1:. L. Carney commissioner 1.12 As guardian of Katie Mai and Helen .
:;, ';: :. : and packing. h uses'( Swift ". inspect a yacht built 'upon 6-22-6m .
-1 Mcintyre, Minors.
Blitchton Dist No.
:=& :appr i and. enters a defense in their. lines. .
,- ;.: e::
: Wei:from book, defending his firm: Much 77.-Ocala Special Dist* cord. .< the scene of the greates -senes.of / -

: .,_;: .Jd" .,from/T. you Tiear:' about these packing overpaid Blitchton from : rine maneuvers ever witnessed. in Tailoring. the, Circuit County Court in Florida.and For' Ma.rIon -
.. I
; : Ocala. ',.. .: .,. lS-8 ,.
:,aie- gross .exaggerations and ." r world. There wilt ,be races be w -
Martel Dist. No. 1S- between .. Ocala Florida. In Re Estate of A. C. Johnson.
,.. Some people perhaps the steam and sailing yachts, Notice is hereby given that on the

_. j ritt,of pope' like to believe. evil 5S-E.. L. Carnet commissioner. ::6i9 new motor, boats. and- other types< st Importe4'ardmeitiq \ : 5th day of December, A. .D, 1906,

.c )VED : &. .on.scandal Ft. King Dist; No.' 19- water'craft., and. in th,,.event. of' : the undersigned administrator of the
<'. -N- 59-E. L. 'Carney commissioner "4.30 cess in securing-- the' manjess-yacht- Cloths. >).., estate present of: my A." Johnson return. deceased accounts will and 5

: ..J 1sper.News says that> if it CapuleDi'st.. No. 20- 'tilla these hovel:contests wiir: add Cut n .HpecialtvT, : Touchers,,and apply for.flna.t discharge

to .publish that "Washington .55-E. :L. Carn y commissioner' 1.6156r0cala' ; 'the general interests' .. ,_ : : Fit4Oudraut, ,. ,. .' '-. d administrator, F. M.of TOWNSEND.said estate.

> .father: of 'his country,*'---some :Special Dist Col'd.overpaid -- : '. Administrator' of the Estate.. of A C.

-: ; .In his ,county would rsay.:"yes, 5' : : C5. from Ocala. ,..; .20.88 'The puntav'Gorda./Herald! -t Johnson. deceased.-SQg. 6 1 Sm
Martin 'May' 28th.
.; ; d .belongs to the" corpora- Unadale! ; Dist.Np. 21- punctually. on 'ti'me:.Friday at J .
_- and 1 :he hashlred CaidweU( 'td i :52-E. L. Carney cbmmissroner 1.73 and for ten 'n fuutes:'our scisors I A i"'CI 0 ForSate. ,'
vYt VfAl"/cP
(V Or.
BY A land near
Forty 'kcr s'of fine
I thatBrother. Caldwell. 'is{ 53-Ocala Special Dist. Col'd. kept busy., It. is: a dull day :when:- t T inge:SpringSr Marion county .Fla The -

:C.. '' ; in ..stumpy: ground',, but-it, he overpaid LInadale from. Herald does, not' contain) 5' gBANKDEPOSfl; northwest quarter of southwest quarter -
= -: ,,;; l;; : .'i. ; c 'R. R/FI1C PaId,. Notes Section 4, township 12 range 24.
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; .
"Ocala 'semntmatiuEe ; ,,,
Jc3i4 : bev courageous he.will. ;rid fg ol! .. -: ,"A- :: 'c brilliant ;ind # 'tak nca tuJtfwv BEST See the 'land and<< make man offer.
'1It i andsandspurs: and In.time. ..Cotton Plant, Dist. No. 22-' ', find something waiting ,for the I cheats on earth. Don dslay. Writs -- : "-- '." 53 E. L. .Carney commissioner ).n I oceshears.'S' -ALABAMA BUSINESS co.u.EGE.Jaeoa.P.. Miss. 5-18-Sm
"'.-.., ;.1.1' | b'eargodfruit.. ;" :- : : '.ing ,, ,
{:; : '. ; .". -- : : /- ,.-' .

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Fish alive may now, be received at :

aaT distance from the waters In which ..

they are captured. In other words, :
the salmon of the Columbia, the trout .
of Maine, the bass of Florida may be .. BRO.Fs
'YK Shipped to any part of the- United .. ..
States with as great facility as a bale : ,
of bay or a crate of b1angeL Ana .r..
when the fish reach their destination .

they are as lively as if they were in :
their native element although they .
t lave not seen the water since they I
were taken from sea or river. The "
3 possibility of doing this we owe to Wholesale Grocers.
,1 the Germans, and in a recent issue of : "

Der Tag (Berlin) Hans Dominik tells -...- .. >, .
ns how it may be done. Mr. Dominik E: :: -- .;; : i, ....,
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"A short time ago I went to the :

laboratory of Dr. Eugene Erlwein,and : t.
this gentleman showed me a large ; Ocala Florida.t. >
glass case which was filled with : i 1 1fi
shelves like a bookcase; on the .

shelves I saw a large number of fish .
of every variety. There were fat carp ,, -.:" "<- -.-."' ..' .'
and pike, trout and bass and other :
watery denizens and they were all .
well and happy-they moved their .
gtfs'and fins exactly u if they were .
ia the water, although they had not :
felt this element for thirty hours. .
1 The manner in which this was accomplished .

Mr. Dominik was soon says explained that the to floor me."of .: <> ", .

the case was; covered with a thick When in Need Of: ,

layer of damp cloth; this kept the air ,

la the receptacle moist, and the gills I .. _
of the fish in consequence never be : .

came dry. But further investigation ..
bowed that the air in the box was '" -.", ./ -.
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aot air at all. but pure oxygen; be- : J.< -
-4 aide the case there was a large steel : "
cylinder with oxygen. A tube led f-t m '
the cylinder to the base of a jar filled :
with water, and another tube led from Masons Fruit Jars ; IItii

the neck of the jar into the box containing : I :
the fish. Says the writer; r : ,
"As I watched the apparatus I saw : '

of the the oxygen jar and bubble then through after being the water sat- : Pints Quarts or Half .Gallon; J: ; .

orated with moisture pass into the ,. ,
f .... But the oxygen in the case was i. ; ,
act stagnant; there was a pipe at one .1 I I

cad which allowed,the excess oxygen : ..: ." : ,:,' : _
to escape. It was now clear to me \ >. ::-. ;;.,

BOW the fish could be kept alive and I. I ,..' '"
happy without w&ter-the oxygen : -' .: i- : .:':, :..: .
passed through their wet gills and .

5 into their blood in exactly the same t. 'Z" :
way u if they were in water, while '
the carbonic gas from their lungs wascarried : : '
.off with the excess oxygen. '.' ;
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Feed I.
The afternoon of my visit the fish : ;

were, taken from the case and put in .., kr
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the water. For this purpose the oxygen I= r -; :_ _
was cut off the top of the case .'j 'e -- '
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_, unscrewed, and the fish thrown Into r S. ,_ .,,-' > _
tubs filled with water. It was at once H

apparent that the treatment had in : ; \

g 80 wise injured the creatures. The r ,
tench immediately became lively and E ,
animated; the 'thick Polish! carp at .
first seemed a little dazed by the pure : '

t. ; oxygen but after a ,few minutes was Animal Food : '
thoroughly awake; the pike were the r --
lowest to react After a period of ten 'K: .
r minutes the pike were still sluggish; : I :/

the oxygen tube was therefore pushed .
under the water and into the fishes' ffJOk5

.. mouths, and when the gas began to A
bubble, through their gills the cream : :
_.- ,tuna were at bnce'restored" .
Mr. Dominik says that in these experiments -
the case contained three ,
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'hundred-weight of, .fish, while the case : \ -. < ,., .... ----
itself, only weighed one, hundredj : ;
weight-thus there was only oneI : : > < ; ,

'fourth however dead! carried, weight.his, Dr.experiments. Eriwein has further -, : ,: Magic !fockood ::f : >

along this line and .Le has now .. -- ;
k patented special for use on .. t ';. "I j. ,', :. ..... .
..railroads; in this car the above principle .. : .
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is used,.'but with slight modift-- : '. ,:. ':": :. l '. : ,' > .." ; "
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little.water in the car, and'the, water : '
r' Is kept in' constant circulation ,by 'h : '
I means? of"small pumps.: As ,it. circulates .:apj .: "" : Jello or .Jello'lce Cream Powders : # f-'r-,+ : : : ;

the;'water passes through an ., .. ,*/ .
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t 1 acid and injects into the fluid pure : .. ".. ." .. jf1 .., ::I: <.: ::' ____
oxygen,,The fish in this way may be ; + \ ,"'r ,. '<"" '. .'4 ', -----
t kept alive 1ndeftn1te ..-.Boston Tran ; -4
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the Ocala Banner has Insinuated : .. .':, ,,....
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inspector. has not.performed his duty. : ": and Prices :) .

ti Y o ;,, We such do insinuations not remember because'having we do made not :. Lowest u ,; : .. ,; ;j,: .

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.. is complaint of, the mistreatment of : { : ,:T. 1-
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r .vene. Unless the office of prison inspector : \:: ; Yours for

,; ,. appendage is'a'mere to ornamental the state and administration useless .. i- ; f'' more business, ;- !

,'If we were, prison inspector -
'? for.about six months :we would have : -4'4.,.
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If' Tom; Watson bad never written : :

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:x' of ,Tom 'Watson's ,Magazine : -...
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